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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1915)
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and take advantage of the
20 Lbs Cane Sugar
Crown Flour, Bbl
Silverdale Tomatoes, case
Standard Corn, case
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G lo v e r d a le M e r c a n t ile G o ., G lo v e r d a le , O r e .
fered as an excuse for the accident. If
we haven’ t a law making it a crime to
an automobile while under the in
Published Every Friday by
of liquor one should be enacted.
Prank Taylor* Editor and Publisher.
The lives of people have always, more
“ Entered asaecond-claBs matter, Nov or less, been endangered by the drunk,
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo- and since the advent of the automobile
rd»k\ Tillamook County, Oregoni un-
the danger has been many times multi
y Act of Congress, March 3rd. 1878.
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RECONSTRUCTION IN MEXICO.
six Months..... .............................
The task resting upon the shoulders
Thiee M onths..................................... Jg
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F R ID A Y . NOVEMBER 2fi. 1915
Every day it becomes more and more
apparent that a law should be enacted,
if there is not already one, dealing
drastically with automobile driver« who
If their own lives
were the only ones endangered laxity
might be tolerated. Every dav or so we
read of a drunken automobile driver
hurling some innocent pedestrian into
eternity, then follows an examination,
and in some cases being drunk is of
■talesman and a general. He and hie
goverment which has been recognized
by several nations, have taken over a
land that has been devastated by five
years of war, outlawry and anarchy.
The fields have gone uncultivated, mines
have been closed, private industries
have been abandoned, labor has been
unemployed, and the whole country is a
picture of caos. The railroads have
been rendered useless, the internal
wealth and resources of the country are
not producing, and all labor employing
inatitaiions are going to ruin. This is
the condition in which Caranza finds
things as he takes hold. The rehabili
tation of Mexico is a tremendous job.
It cannot be accomplished without aid
from the United States er other nations,
and not a dollar will they invest until
they are assured that a stable govern
ment has been establish»!. It is sel
dom that the leading citizen of any
country has been called upon to recon
struct upon such a large scale with so
little with which to begin work.
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Peculiarities of Russian Winters.
There Is one curious thing about a
Russian winter—in the latter part o f
October or the beginning o f November
the weather will be quite mild. Not a
sign can be seen o f an approaching
change, when suddenly, without any
apparent warning, a light haze will be
seen in the northern sky, and in twen
ty-four hours the thermometer may
fall 50 degrees. The change Is so sud
den and violent that travelers are fre
quently frozen to death before they
can gain shelter. It has occurred that
farmers out looking after their flocks
have been caught in one o f these blix-
zards and, missing their way home,
have lost their lives, their bodies re
maining under the snow until spring.
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