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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1916)
The Road of A Thousand Wounders”
PnbMshed Every Friday by
Frank Taylor* Editor and Publisher.
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
ember 13th, 1905 at the poHtoffice at Clo
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon, un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
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SO U T H E R N PAG1HG
TH U RSD AY. FEBRUARY 34, lfllli
FAMILY RECONSTRUCTION IN EUROPE.
The European war has bereft many
families of their sons and many sons
and daughters of their fathers. The
ruthless hand of Mars has been no re
specter of persons. Every community
in every land has felt the penalty of his
heel. In (iermany married couple*
who have lost a son in the war are be
ing urged to adopt children of fathers
lost In the war, to the best method of
consolation. Resides, it is shown they
will he doing a service to the state.
No one can measure the misery of the
fathers and mothers who are giving up
their promising sons to the war, and no
one c*n realize the sorrow of the
widows who have lost both husband
and sous. The scars of battle will be
left upon every village and hamlet for
two generations to come. But no
mother or father who has lost a son in
the war can ever be consoled by the
adoption id an orphan, nor an orphan
he consoled by having found foster
Heart wounds can neve* he removed.
C A N D ID A T E ’S N O TIC E S.
To the Voters of Tillamook County.
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for the nomination on the repub
lican ticket for the office of County
School Superintendent at the primary
election to be held in May.
Geo. B. Lamb.
Per County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the office of county treasuer of
Tillamook county, subject to the will of
the republican voters at the lylG prim
B. L. Benls.
For County School Superintendent.
I hereby announce mvself as a Dem-
ociatic candidate for the office of County
School Superintendent subject to the
primary election to be held in May,
H. M. Cross.*
To the Voters of Tillamook County:
i 1 hereby announce mvself as a candi-
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS , date for the nomination for the office of
j Sheriff on the Republican ticket. If
nominated and elected I shall endeavor
The average man wants others to see
to enforce the law with efficiency and
him as he sees himself.
After putting on the boxing gloves a
\V. L. Campbell.
man realizes why it is far more blessed
To the Voters of Tillam ook County.
to give than to receive.
1 hereby announce myself as a candi
No man can win success unless lie is date for nomination for the office of
in l*>ve with his work.
County Clerk, on the Republican ticket,
Don’ t get to self-important; the old at the primary election to be held in
«■»rid will go tm just the same after you May, lflltl.
J. C. Holden.
Occasionally a woman asks a ques To the Voters of Tillam ook Countv.
tion for the sake ot acquiring informa
Candidate for nomination, second
tion but more often it is for the purpose term, on Republican ticket, at primary
"• st irting an argument.
election in May, for County Assessor.
I lic wise leap rear girl alwava pre
tends to know a trifle less than the
voting man she is planning to face the
C. A. Johnson.
To the Voters.
1 hereby announce myself as a candi
Li have what \mi want is wealth; to date for the office of county sheriff on
|do without it is power.
the Republican ticket at the primaries
A woman has the same ambition to to bo held in Mav.
get into society as a man has to keep
Fred H. Minich.
out of jail.
W ell Inclosed.
tiedet, subject to your approval at the
“ My poor man. you are the picture o f
dejection." sympathetically declared
the prison visitor.
“ And a framed picture at that." add-
the convict. — Buffalo Express.
F o rg o t H is T ro u b le s.
As a rule, in Inter years we remem
S o u rce of S epia.
ber our pleasant experiences more eas
Sepia is one o f the commonest o f art
ily than our troubles. 1 once visited ists' paints
It is a deep brown In
a village where 1 found the oldest in •olor and is prepared from the black,
habitant. a frail old man. who regaled inky fluid discharged by the cuttle fish
me for an hour with quaint and com to Mind and baffle its enemies.
ical reminiscences o f his youth. With
each fresh anecdote his reedy laugh
broke out. It appeared ns though his
Dice nre said by some to have hod
life had been one long comedy. “ Did their origin in occult sources, but more
you never have any troubles?" I asked. reasonably they are ascribed to Psal-
"W hoy, yes. to be sure." said the pa medes o f Greece, B. C. 1244. Those
triarch. “ but Oi’ ve forgotten all they, exhumed at Thebes are identical with
’cept there was anything funny about | those used today, and the games play-
'tm ."—London Standard.
! ed with them are the simplest and
j most widely known games o f chance
! in the world.
P a la c e s of T hebes.
The palaces o f old Thebes, in Egypt,
were probably the largest and moat
U n lik e Most.
wonderful ever erected by the hand of
Wayne—Chesty is about one o f the
man. One o f them was the container oddest men I ever saw. Payne—How
of a central hall 80 feet In height, 335 so? Wayne—Why, when a fellow bor
feet in length and 17A feet in breadth, rows a quarter and doesn’t pay it back
the roof o f which was supported by 134 Chesty finally admits that it is the
columns 11 feet in diameter and 70 quarter he cares about and not the
feet in height. The cornices were of princ iple of the thing.—Exchange.
the finest marble, inlaid with Ivory
A B onehead.
work and sheathed with beaten gold.
on a visit»—Do yon
From the point of view o f artistic
beauty, the Parthenon, of course, still know, old chap. I think that vulgsb
holds the paim and Is likely always to fellow over there Insulted me. Arne"-
lean Friend- You think so? What did
hold it.-N e w York American.
he say? Reggie- Why. he suggested
I In a very rude manner that when I die
T h e P r in c ip a l’s Jest.
I bequeath my head to a collar button
Schoolteacher This new little boy
who's crying so hard snys hts name Is fac tory.- Boston Transcript.
Principal- Evidently an abbre
A S a d C o n d itio n .
viation o f lachrymose.—Judge.
"Y es." snld Bildad, settling back
By being happy we sow anonymous comfortably In his chair “ I must con
fess that I’ve got about everything I
benefits upon the world
I want “
A D is c o n c e rtin g H ab it.
“ Poor chap!” said Dutiblelgh sympa
"Yes, Dinah is a very good cook, but thetically
“ Not a thing left to look
she has one failing. She's passionately forward to. eb?” Harjier's Weekly.
fond o f my perfumes."
"You can lock them away from her.
A R ebuff.
"I told father I loved yon more than
"O f course. But I can't get used to any girl I’ve ever met.’’
"And what did father say?”
henr her snuffing under the door.” —
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"H e said to try and meet some mor;
girls “ -C ornell Widow.
P o v erty.
V ’siou s.
"T h e advantages o f poverty nre over
Molly—So you are really engaged at
rated.'* said a man who had experi
Instead of wearing a laurel wreath the To the Voters o f Tillam ook County. enced It. "T h e rich declare that pov mst? I'm aw fully glad to hear It.
-1 r 11
- a lo n g w it h o u t a
1 lure by announce myself a candi erty brings out a man's good points. dear! Angellne—Yea. I was sure you
would he; you may have a chance
li ur cut.
date for sheiilT on the Republican Well, so It does by tbe roots."