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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1916)
CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 24, 1916
W HISKY POWDER
“A LL A M ISTAKE”
IS BARRED BY LAW WEDNESDAY EVENING
MARCH 1, 1916
Attorney General Says Compound
Offered by Eastern Concern
Several of our customers are people we do not know by sight
though we have done business by mail with them for years.
‘ ‘ Laugh and the world laughs with
you; sin re and you sleep alone.
believe we have given them satisfactory banking service and can
Twenty-five cents a laugh is a bargain
give you the same satisfaction.
Recently a reader of the Courier sale price, but on Wednesday evening of
next week, the first day of the calendar
handed us an advertisement of a whieky
Mail us Your Next Check or hecks
of March, the Cloverdale High
p nvder, stating that several of these ad
school students are going to give a play
vertisements were in circulation here,
It saves you time, and T I M E IS MONEY, especially at this season
and wanted to know its legality. We that will make you laugh from start to
of the year. No need to come to the bank in person.
a Ivised him to send the advertisement
“ Captain Obediah Skinner,” the title
t ) the district attorney for his advice.
SECURITY A N D SERVICE Our Motto
is enough to make you laugh, and
The advertisement profusely stated that
the powder could be sold and used in when Ferdy. the rainmaker, is elec
any state in the union and that it came trically connected with the captain, the
sparks of magnetic laughter will echo
witliing the scope of preparations per
re-echo through the hall. If you
mitted by the federal laws.
there you miss a chance to en
The following is clipped from one of
combustion of the
our daily newspaper exchanges and is
The boys need the money to pay for
“ A powder from which an Ohio com
for the manual training depart
pany says “ the most delicious and
of the school, and when you hand
mellow whisky can be made” comes
two-bit piece, it will be used
within the purvew of the prohibition
Children will be ad
law and cannot be sold in this state, ac
cording to the opinion of Attorney
The Cloverdale hall has been secured
General 1’ rown for the district attorney
the occasion and the play will begin
of Coos county.
•‘Attorney General Frown held th a t'
of characters :
‘ Zanol’ came within the provision of
Lighthead......... Frank Owen
the prohibition law whjch says ‘ all
Clean rooms. Comfortable beds.
mixtures, compounds or preparations,
Because the Yamhill-Tillnmook high
Make this your resting place.
whether liquor or not,which a re intended
way goes over a very high h 'll, over the
Cornelia Skinner (old m a id ). . . .
when mixed with water or otherwise, to
Mrs. Romero, Manager.
......................... Zada Christensen old Fairdale and TraBk River route, as
produce bv fermentation, or otherwise, Nell i servant) ................... Jennie Glick
outlim d on the map adopted within a
an intoxicating liquor, shall also 1 e Nellie Richm ond......................... Jennie Ward
To the Point.
deemed to be embraced within the George Richmond........... J. R. Bidgood year after the passage of the state high
a very appropriate re
term intoxicating liquor,’ as defined in Nellie Huntington. . . . Ethyl Mewhirter way act in 1913, Yamhill county officials
made when they pull
Hichard H am ilton .......... Glen Cochran appeared before the state highway com
ed him from under his mount when It
mission at Salem Wednesday and ask
stumbled and fell on him.”
that the commission approve the Grande
‘ What n w the remark?”
Ronde-Sour Grass route as the most
• T ills Is a horse on me.’
John Alberts of the advisory board
contended that the board was poweiless
to make any change in the routes o f the
“ And you used to say you were will
highways as adopted and the only way ing to die for me I”
it could be changed was by legislative
“ So I am.”
! action. The law said the highway map
“ And yet you refuse me a new
| must be adopted within a year atter the dress !"
“ But look at the cost o f Iti"
act’s passage. Governor Withyeombe
“ It's cheaper than a fu ueral.” —Hous
thought Alberts was right and Kay dis-
; agreed. It was decided to submit the ton Fost.
LAW OF 1913 PREVENTS
SOUR GRASS BECOMING
Todd Ore. Hotel
McMinnville News-Reporter Says
Old Fairdale-Trask River Road
is Present Highway.
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
FREE AUTO BUS__
C L O V C R D /\L E , O R E G O N
W e W ant Your Banking
matter to the attorney general.
T h e F o o t of the R e in d e e r.
And can give you all the advantages that
any other can give you.
You need the Bank
we need your business.
M U T U A L IT Y , T h a t’s all
Bank with your home bank and enlarge
the Business scope of the Nestucca Valley.
The foot of tile reindeer la most pe
| cullar In construction
It Is cloven
through the middle, and each hnlf
curved upward lu front. It Is slightly
elongated and capable o f a consider
able amount of expansion.
glaced on an Irregular surface which
Is difficult to traverse, the animal con
tracts the feet into a sort o f claw, by
which a firm hold is secured. When
moving rapidly the two portions of the
foot us It Is lifting strike together, the
hoofs making a continuous clattering
noise, which may be heard at a consld
eruble distance. It is this peculiarity
o f the feet that mnl.es the reindeer so
sure footed and so valuable iu rocky
and uneven country, where almost any
other anrnal would prove a failure as
a ls*nst o f burden.
H a rd Luck.
“ Say. Weary, didn’t 1 see you sawln'
“ Yes Dat was one o f dem snd occa
sions when a man what’s lazy finds he
can't afford to be idle.” —Exchange.
P o te n t A t tra c tio n s .
Tom —Women don't love men for
what they really ure, hut tot what
they hnve done. K itty —And men love
women for what their fathers have
done - Fuck.
“That boat embraces many poluts tn
its Rtops "
“ That’s why. then. It Is always hug
ging tlie shore.“ —Baltimore American.
Little minds are vexed with trifles.—