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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL I TEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
L. M. Dennis has purchased the Steve
The County Court is in Besaion this
saw mill at Neskowin and will
move the same to the Jeff Fleck place
Chas. Hay made a quick business trip
and manufacture cheese boxes.
co Portland the first part of the week.
‘ All a Mistake.”
II. 8. Hock, of Oretown, was in
ball was filled last evening
Cloverdale last evening on his return
production of “ A ll a
home from Tillamook.
Mistake” by the High School students.
J. D. Cameron, of Sandlake lost his Everyone in the drama carried their
Qouse and most of his household goods part admirably and the audience was
jy fire last week Thursday.
The entertainment was given to pay
When in Tillamook and you want a
food meal at a most reasonable price for manual training tools for the school
:all at M. Oleaon’a in the Ramsey Hotel and the receipts of the evening was
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worthington, of Recall Petition Filed But Not Accepted.
Tillamook, and Mrs. A. K. Worthing- Tillamook Herald:
The petition demanding the recall of
,on and children, of Hay City, viiited
Commissioner McKimens was tiled last
■elutives over Sunday in Cloverdale.
week, but was not accepted on account
Tbs White Stage was reassembled
of there not being enough names on it.
/esteid ty and was put on the run again
The petition contained 300 names, while
I his morning. It has been all over
there should have been 700, so we are
muled and repainted, presenting a new
informed by the clerk. NVe understand
and dandy appearance.
that proceedings will be brought in the
Owing to the death of Mr. Dunstan, Circuit Court to torce the clerk to call
the Pomona Orange meeting to be held an election, and if this cannot be done,
it Oretown today was indefinitely post more names will be secured.
poned. The fuoerul will take place at
Wanted - To Rent Dairy Ranch.
Tillamook tomorrow morning at 10
to rent a dairy ranch, with 15
or 20 cows, on shares. Can give best of
Dr. Shearer and .fames Burke, ac references.
E. Burns, Hebo, Ore.
companied bv the doctor’s daughter,
Taste a Guide to Health.
autoed over the mountains to Portland
Investigation has shown that
Monday. They returned home by train
o f food is good for a person
! last evening. The doctor is having bis
It. I f a child has prac
I auto overhauled at the Ford factory.
tically a fixed notion that he does not
Hills are out announcing a Leap Year like eggs they will do him no good and
■ hall to ho given by the ladies in the may do him harm. Only serious re
j Cloverdale ball Friday c o n in g, March sults can follow from coercing a child
3rd. Gents will be permitted to enjoy Into eating food which he dislikes.—
the dance and lunch free, while the Professor M. V. O’Shea In Mother’s
gentler sex will be assessed 50 cents Magazine.
each and also provide the lunch.
Attorney General Brown has given
“ Well, Davie, did you enjoy your vis
as his opinion that the state highway It to the museum?"
commission can change its map cover
“ Yes, mother.”
"D o you remember any o f the nice
ing state highways at any time. Re
cently at a meeting ot the commission, things you saw?”
"Oh. yes, I remember lots o f them.”
John Alberts, of Salem, raised the ques
"And can you tell me what they were
tion whether or not the map after liv
ing adopted could be changed. This
"Y es; most o f them were called ‘ Do
means that the state will help finan Not Touch.’ "-E xch a n ge.
cially in hard surfacing the Sour Grass
“ Goodmen" and “ Goodwomen."
pleasing form o f address that was
At the home of the bride’ s parents in
in the seventeenth century
M' bier, Friday afternoon, February 25,
tins gone quite out o f use, probably
oei irred the wedding of M i s s Kllen Me-
been use o f its restriction to “ inferior
Ki uens and Kav l.etson, Rev. It. A.
persons." The "M r." was then a pro
Nan Winkle officiating, Mr. Letson is lix to which only gentlemen were en-
.a mechanic employed in one of the T il titled, and among the Puritan fathers
lamook auto garages, and Miss Me- of New England the deprivation o f the
Ki•nen's until recent 1 v lias been assist right to be so addressed was Inflict
ing in Mason's store. Both are popular ed as a punishment. “ Goodman" or
in the county and have the best wishes “Uoodwomnii," by contraction "Goody,"
was the address o f those low in the so
of manv friends.
cial scale. The term is preserved In
\ petition to Bond tho county for some old songs.
1 1-7,(HK) to hard surface the roads was
dr. wn up and submitted to some of the
A W hite Flour Illusion.
eiti/.• iin for approval, but as the jh *-
This is what tho surgeon general of
titi ui lacked explicit ness, it was re the Pnlted States public health service
tinned and rewritten. Hditor Cotton, has to say about white flour-
( of N'ehalem, was here with the first pe-
" I want to warn you against the
tit .ui hut returned home the following craze people in this country have for
day. We ladu ve. as do a great many white Hour. The whitest flour Is not
I ranchers in this valley, that the only the fs'st; it is not the purest; it is only
< wav to get hard surface roads is to bond t!ie dearest, and wt^n you buy it you
for them. The general opinion is that buy looks and not nourishment In or
a committee of icpres« utative taxpayers ! ib r to make It white some o f the most
I h * elccte I or appointed to assist the nourishing and essential components of
County Court in this particular line of the natural wheat have been taken
aw ay."—Osteopathic Magazine.
G E T O U T IN
n il; OPEN
With a KODAK
We have a fine assortment of
Cameras and Kodaks
Prices from $2.00 Up
Also everything in the line of
supplies needed bj’ the amateur.
If you haven’t already received
one of our catalogs just step in and
we will be pleased to give you one. rp H E R E are two distinguishing
features which demonstrate
We are headquarters for every
thing in the E A S TM A N K OD A K the effectiveness of
W m . A . H IG H
Kincaid & Co.
Druggist, Stationer and
C LO V E R D A LE ,
One is style; the other is quality.
Dr. Wendt fits glasses.
T illa Pick any Suit you desire and pay
I. O. U. F. Bid.
any price from $13 to $35 and
Montenegrin Caps Speak.
The Montenegrins carry on their caps
a reminder o f tho history o f their race,
in the shape o f a deep black border
surmounted with five semicircles of
gold. The black border is symbolic of
mourning for the fatal battle o f Kos-
sovo, which shattered the Servian em
pire. while the five lines signify the
live centuries which have elapsed since
that event, and stand also as a sign
of hope that one day the glories o f the
old Serb empire will be restored.—
John Brown’ s Compass.
A coraimss. once the property o f John
Brown, which played a part in early
history. Is in the museum o f the Kan
sas State Historical society in Topeka.
John Brown used the instrument when
he was living In Osnwntomie, in the
years between 1S55 and 185.8 During
the Missouri-Kansas border w arfare in
those days, the story goes, the aboli
tionist leader used the compass In a
pretence o f surveying land, when In
reality he was locating and mapping
the camps o f proslavery men. —Kansas
you’ll find these features. They’re
characteristic of the house.
A . A . Pennington
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W. A. WILLIAMS
Harness and Saddlery
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Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
County Clerk of Tillamook County, Or
egon, for furnishing all necessary labor
and materials required for the construc
tion of four wooden bridges, along the
Tillamook-Ynmhill Joint Road, will be
received at the Court House in T illa
mook County, Oregon, up to the hour of
o’clock a in., Tuesday, the 14th day
of March, 1910, and at said time and
place, publicly opened and read.'f
Proposals mav be submitted for each
bridge separately or for the four as a
H er Ladyship—You are a disgrace to whole. •
your title—barred from decent society
Each proposal shall be accompanied
and expelled from all your clubs for by a certified check for no less than 5
crooked gambling and dissipation— per cent of the total amount thereof, as
and. though I am from common stock. a guarantee that if awarded the con
tract, the bidder will enter into a con-
I've paid nil your debts and kept you trait and furnish therewith a satisfac
in luxury. I'd like to know what I’ ve tory bond, that the work will be com
had out o f our marriage. Lord Black- pleted in accordance with the terms and
sheep—Dash it nil. woman, haven't I conditions thereof.
A copy of the plans and specifications
made you my equal?—Exchange.
may be seen at the office of the Countv
Clerk, of either Tillamook or Yam hill
All In Fifty Years.
Generally speaking, a man fifty years
Ti e County Courts of Tillamook snd
o f age has slept ii.000 days, worked Yamhill Counties reserve tho right to
6.500 days, walked SOO days, amused reject anv or all bids, or to accept the
1 i t which may l»e deemed best for said
himself 4.1*00 days, eaten 1.500 days Counties.
and has been sick 500 days. He has
J. C. Holden. Countv Clerk,
eatev 17,000 pounds o f bread. IO. inm
C. B. Wilson, Countv Clerk,
pounds o f meat and 4.000 pounds of
Yam hill County.
vegetables, eggs and fish and drunk In
First publication, Feb. 24, 1916.
all 7.000 gallons o f liquid.
I.ast publication, March 9, 1916.