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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1915)
T he V in e g ar Bible.
A copy of the “Vinegar Bible” may
seen at Neweburch church. Isle of
<*ublisb9d Every Friday by
Wight. It is a name given to au edi
tion of the Bible published lo 1717 at
Frank Taylor. Editer and Publisher.
the Clarendon Press, Oxford. A mis
‘‘Entered as second-class matter, .Nov- print in the title of the twentieth chap
ember loth, 1905 at the postoffice at Clo- ter of St. Luke was made to read
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon^un -1
of the Vinegar” Instead of
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878. “Parable
“Parable of the Vineyard."
S u b s c r ip t io n U a t ' îs
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Si* Months ......................................... 50
ThTee Months.......................................25 Special Low Prices offered on
Single Copy................................... .05
JUST IN - A New Line of Men’s
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per Ladies’ and Qent’s
inch per month, single column. All
local Reading Notices, 5 cents per
lijje for each insertion.
Timber land notices
Political Announcement Cards $10.00
Blues, Greys and Browns.
for 30 Days.
A d v e r tis in g R ates
My Job Department iscompletoin every
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short Buy While They are Cheap
notice at reasonable prices.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1915 Also a Beautiful Line of Jewelry
J ob D epar tm en t
LOTS OF OTHER ARTICLES SUITABLE
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
of all kinds. I assure you the
best values possible.
A. H. HARRIS Umbrellas
Comb and Brush
JEWELER AND 0PTICI0N Shaving Sticks
TILLAMOOK, — OREGON Neckties
Pntlence— I understand her husband
O. A. C. Sleeve Holders
speaks very quick to her at times. Pa
trice—Yes. but he’s trying to strike an
average. It was an awful long time
before he proposed to her.—Yonkers
•*I am of the great meaty class.” he
“The meaty class?”
“1 es. Tlie middle class, which is
the meat of the human sandwich.”—
Hats and Caps
“Own up, now. Who’s the head of
H O A R D IN G W E A L T H .
Could I climb to the highest place
in Athens 1 would lift my v o c e and
proclaim: Fellow citizens, why do
ye turn and scrape every stone to
gather wealth and take so little
care of your children, to whom one
day you must relinquish it all?—
Speaks Q uicker Now.
FARMERS’ AND HOME-MAKERS’ WEEK
and RURAL LIFE CONFERENCES
Ja nua ry 3 t o 8, 1916
M id d le C la ss.
Anyw ay, He W a sn ’t.
“My wife used to be,” admitted Mr
Enpeck, “but since my daughters are
grown up we have u commission form
Edith—You say old Mr. Goldley de
ceived Edith dreadfully about his age?
Gladys—Yes. poor girl! After they
were married he confessed that he
was only sixty Instead of seventy-five.
Live In fo rm atio n , P ractical H elp for th e H om e
th e F arm , th e C om m u n ity .
C onventions of O reg o n 's G re ate st In d u stries
C onferences on O rego n's M ost V ital P roblem s
L EC T U R ES—D E M O N ST R A T IO N S—
E X H IB IT IO N S —E N T E R T A IN M E N T S
T w o th o u san d people atte n d e d last year. It is a
g reat place to m nke frien d s—w ith live
th in k e rs an d live th o u g h ts, good
w orkers, an d good w ork.
W IN TE R SH OR T COURSE
January 10 to Fe bru ary 4 , 1916
A P ractical A g ricu ltu ral C ourse in a N ut Shell.
A pplied S cience in A ctual W ork o f
th e F arm a n d H ousehold.
C ourses in F R U IT R A IS IN G , FA R M CROPS,
SO ILS, STO CK R A ISIN G , D A IR Y W ORK,
PO U LTR Y R A ISIN G , G A R D E N IN G , COOK
IN G , S E W IN G , H O U SEH O LD A RTS, HOM E
N U R SIN G , BU SIN ESS M ETH O D S, ROAD
B U IL D IN G .F A R M E N G IN E E R IN G , RURAL
O RG A N IZA TIO N S, M A R K E T IN G .
C orresp on d en ce C ourses W itho u t T uition.
E x p e rt In stru c tio n in M usic.
R educed ra ilro a d rates.
F or progra m w rite to The College Exchange, Oregon
Agricultural College. Corvallis.
(lw -12-i to 1-1)
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER
Nut» and Fruit.
Jello with BananaB,
Dickenson's Home Made Preserves
and Grape Juice.
Royal Club sliced Pineapple,
Full Cream and Cream Brick
Large Arm Hockers
He—Too bad I haven’t had the ad
vantage of an education as well as you,
Creamed Asparagus Tips.
She—Believe me, you'll get the ad
vantages of mine as soon as we’re mar Children’s Rockers 50c Sringless Beans,
Horse Radish Mustard.
“It was a street beggar who made
Fancy Red Apples for the table,
me feel my insignificance,” said former
Celery and Fresh Vegetables.
United States Senator Chauncey M.
Depew, “and he did It In a gracious
81.25 to $5.00
Come in and let us show you.
way. I was a trifle out of sorts when
A Lesson Prom a Beggar.
I said to him, 'You can't bold me up.’
“ ’Not even as a good example,’ he AMMER FURNITURE CO.
replied, lifting his bat.”—Youth's Com
TILLAMOOK, - - OREGON I
Cloverdale Mercantile Company