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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1915
THE GAMBLER AND VIDE.
The mayor of a certain Michigan town
issued an order to prohibit gambling.
Then came the circulation of a petition
protesting against the suppression of
gambling and games of chance because
" it would damage business.”
By what manner of reasoning any
merchant figures it out that gambling
helps business, is a conundrum. The
gambler is a producer of no business.
He creates nothing for the community,
but lies in wait for easy marks that they
may be bled. Gamblers live off ths in
dustry of other people. They rob the
home of money that should go toward
the necessities of life. They strip the
child of shoes and clothing. They are
warts upon the escutcheon of the body
When crusades were started for the
suppression of the vice evil, there was a
hue and cry that it "w ould hurt busi
From the viewpoint of some, morality
and decency and virtue can go the dogs,
so long as “ business is not hurt."
The city which has no gambling and
no dens of iniquity is the city that is on
a sound foundation.
would vanish in riotous living, finds its
way into legitimate channels of trade.
The home benefits. The merchant ben
efits. The community benefits.
Gambling and vice never made any
That Michigan town should throw
those petitions into the scrap heap, and
support the mayor in all his efforts to
make the place a better town in which
ing games with a dance in the evening.
Mr. Long, of Yellow Fir, returned
home after a week spent at John Sim
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoyt, of Tillamook,
ar6 visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice
Ralph Blum, of Yellow Fir, spent
part of the week viBiting his uncle,
At the school meeting held Saturday
at the school house a four-mill tax was
voted to finish paying the indebtedness
on the building.
Mr. Edwards was
elected director to fill the vacancy made
by the resignation of Mrs. Eugene A t
kinson. Chas. Atkinson, the clerk, has
been taking the census of the school
GOOD OLD BIBLB LINK
King Jesus is our captain.
He gave his life for all
If we ever get to heaven
We must take the good old Bible
Salvation is our ticket
It was purchased by his own blood
And we must come by repentance
On this gyod old Bible lins.
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This is a good old Bible
That we have got for a guide,
It points the way to glory
On the good old Bible line.
ber 20, will run cur
No divisions is there in it,
daily, Cloverdale to
They are one in God.
They must teach the same Jesus
On the good old Bible line.
Good old Bible line, good old Bible line, Leave Cloverdale at 7:45 a. m.
Leave Tillamook on ar
My ticket it is purchased on the good
Mrs. John Camsron and infant
rival of train.
old Bible line.
daughter have returned to their home
They must not have a carnal mind
after an absence of several months spent
On this good old Bible line.
in ths valley.
They must give up all hatred,
Variance, strife, sedition too
The neighbornood basket dinner
Your patronage solicited.
If they ever get to heaven
Thanksgiving day was quite well at
V. H. JONES.
On this good old Bible line,
tended and the afternoon spent in play
Notice to the Public