Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, October 02, 1915, Image 4

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INTERESTING
BITS OF CONDENSED NEWS GATHERED FROM
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
The fact w« wish to hammer is that Alex McNair & Co.’s
store gives more quality, service and satisfaction than any other
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Three warehouses were burned at
Yoncalla Saturday with » total loss of
$10,000. The fire started at nuon and
swept trom one building to another.
Agricultural implements, dried prunes
and hay were amuni’ the principal prop*
erty destroyed.
There was some in-
sueance on the buildings, but none on
the contents and these were a total loss.
tionality of the 1913 loan shark law
brief« Having been filed with the clerk
of the court in a case in which the act
is assailed. The validity of the law is
attacked in the case of the state vs. E.
E. Ware, convicted in Portland of mak­
ing loans at a rate of interest greater
than 10 per cent per annum without
having obtained a license from the state
banking board. Ware’s attorneys con­
Threatening letters have been re­
tend that the law is class legislation,
ceived by the T. A. Liveslv Hop com­
and that it is unconstitutional on the
pany of Quinaby and a night watch­
grounds that it grants special privileges.
man has been appointed at the Lake-
Senator Chamberlain has notified the
brook farm in Mission Bottom, where
the compan's hop-picking machine is father of Louis Husser, the Dallas boy
installed. The heavy tire loss at the who has been held a prisoner of war at
company’s yards south of Salem re­ Kingston, Ont., for nearly a year, that
cently has caused the owners to take the Canadian government has finally re­
precautions at the yards at Quinaby.
fused the re ,uost of the state depart­
Within the next few weeks the su­ ment tor the release of the man. In re­
preme court will rule on the constitu­ fusing the last demand of Secretary of
store in Tillamook county.
Oar Pfcenominal Success Demonstates that Fact.
Remember Alex McNair & Co. for Builders’ Hardware,
Eave Troughing, Farm Tools, Shelf Goods, Cutlery, and every­
thing kept in a fully stocked hardware store.
Alex McNair & Co., Tmamook,Ore. |
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THE 6 0 0 0 P O P P E P E T S A U N E O N T H E R ETIR E D J U D G E .^
V E R Y I N T E L L I G E N T LOOKING.
C .E N T L L M A N -- T O O B A D HE
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CLOVERDALE, ORE.
HE WAS T H E BEST JU D G E THIS
S T A T E E V E R HAD. IT WOULD DO
Y O U G O O D NOW TO HEAR HIM
T A L K »T H E M E R ITS O F T H E
R E A L TO B A C C O CHEW .
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Travelers and Visitors
Meals 35c and 50e
Beds 50c and up.
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It pays to advertise in the Cloverdale Courier
A Y B t i ycuVc cue of these
r e fo rm e d grinders your­
self and know how they like to
meet and talk about the little
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chew that satisfies. \ /hen you meet a
non-m em ber pudd-i: ; n big wad in his
cheek don’t you ice like stopping him
and giving him the Tacts about the Real
Tobacco Chew?
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco— seasoned
and sweetened just enough— cuts out so much o f the
grinding and spitting.
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C K Z W 1N G T 0 3 A C C 0 . I T IS T H E N E W
REAL T O B A C C O C H E W - C U T LONG SHRED.
Take less than one-qunrter the old size chew. It
will be more satisfying than n mouthful o f ordinary
tobacco. Just take a nibble o f it until you find the
strength chew that suits you, then see how easily and
evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies,
how much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to be tobacco
satisfied. That’ s why it is The Real t obacco Chew. That’ s why it costs
less in the end.
l'he taste of pure, rich tobacco does not need to be covored up. An
excess o f licorice and sweetening makes you spit too much.
One small chew takes the place of two tig
chews of the old kind.
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WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Union Square, New York City
State Lansing, General W. H. Otter,
commanding interment operation« iu
Canada, said: “ In the present is a
case where a man of German birth and
name has enlisted in our forces under a
false name, avowing that his reason for
to doing was to get to Germany; that
his first bullet would be for his own of­
ficers, and whose uncle in Germany had
advised his retun to that country, as
his name had lieen posted in the official
papers for not reporting. Surely there
is every justification for his detention,
and I am therefore reluctantly obliged
to refuse your request for his discharge.
Six hundred dollars down, balance on
long time at 6 per cent interest, buys an
upland ranch.
Taylor Real Estate
Agency for particulars.
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of ulumb-
ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til­
lamook, Ore.
F. R. BEALS
REAL ESTATE
Write for Literature.
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