Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, March 02, 1916, Image 5

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    Passports.
a nount $200,000,000 in gold was de-
Cloverdale Courier near
Passports
are
a very aucieut Institu­
ixjsited in the subterranean chambers
To
the
Voters
of
Tillamook
County.
tion
Some
of
the
old monkish chron­
Spandau, a.id each year there has
CANDIDATE’S NOTICES.
Published Every Friday by
Frank Taylor* Editor and Publisher.
“Entered as second-class matter, Nov-
tmb«r 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo­
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
a Ided to this one million dollars in gold. I hereby annonnee that I am a can-
This was the nest egg for the next war, «1 idate for the nomination on the repub­
and as the next war is here, it is pre­ lican ticket for the office of County
sumed that the war chest has been J School Superintendent at the primary
smashed and its contents distributed. | election to he held in Mav.
Geo. B. Latuh.
Fcr County Treasurer.
THE SLA3 CREEK SAGE SAYS
I
hereby
announce tnvself as candi­
S ubscription R ates
date
for
the
orfiee of county treasuer of
One Year, in advance.......................$1.00 If a woman is homely she tries to per­
Six Months ............................................50 l suade herself that she has a classic face Tillamook county, subject to the will of
Three Months..........................................25
the republican voters at the lt»16 prim­
Single Copy............................................. 05 Nowadays we hear more about the ary
election.
Respectfully,
shiftless
son-in-law
than
about
the
prod­
B. L. Beals.
A dvertising R ates
igal
son.
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per
inch per month, single column. All We never have much use for people For County School Superintendent.
local Reading Notices, 5 cents per who
1 hereby announce myself as a Dein-
are smarter than we are.
lipe for each insertion.
ociatic
for the oflice of County
Timber land notices
$10.00 It takes a silly woman to make a fool School candidate
Superintendent
subject to the
Homestead notices
5.00 of a smart man.
primary
election
to
he
held in May,
Political Announcement Cards $10.00
1916.
H.
M. Cross.'
Folly and failure roost on the same
J ob D epartment
For Sheriff.
My Job Department is complete in every perch.
respect and I am able to do all kinds , Great men have many friends—and To the Voters of Tillamook County :
Commercial Job Printing on short many more enemies.
1 hereby announce myself as a candi­
notice at reasonable prices.
date for the nomination for the office of
W is c o n s in .
Sheriff on the Republican ticket. If
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1910
Wisconsin has from time to time nominated and elected I shall endeavor
been an annex of various states. Aft­ to enforce the law with efficiency and
er Ohio was admitted to the union. economy.
Respectfully,
Wisconsin from 1805 to 1809 formed a
W. L. Campbell.
part of Indiana territory. From 1S09
T H E SH A D O W S.
to 1S18 Wisconsin was embraced iu the To the Voters of Tillamook County.
territory of Illinois. When Illinois be­ I hereby announce myself as a candi­
D o not b o rro w tro u b le and do
came a state all the country north of date for nomination for the office of
not a n tic ip a te m is fo rtu n e s . W ere
it, including Wisconsin, was Joined to County Clerk, on the Republican ticket,
a m a n ’s s o rro w s and d is q u io -
Michigan. After more than forty nt the primary election to be held in
tu d e s su m m e d up at the end of
years
of shifting. Wisconsin was ad­ May, 1916.
h is life it w o u ld g e n e ra lly be
Respectfully,
mitted
Into the Union with her present
fo u n d th a t he h ad su ffe re d m ore
J. C. Holden.
boundaries iu 1848.—St. Louis Post-
fro m th e a p p re h e n s io n of s u c h
Dispatch.
To the Voters of Tillamook County.
e v ils a s n e v e r h ap p en e d to h im
Candidate for nomination, second
th a n fro m th o se e v ils w h ich
W h a t H e ld H e r.
term,
ticket, at primary
had re a lly b e fa lle n him .
Dinah Snow7 was a colored cook In election on in Republican
May,
for
County
Assessor.
the home of Smith. One morning on
Respectfully,
going to the kitchen Mrs. Smith noticed
C. A. Johnson.
that Dinah looked as if she had been
L0TAL TO AMERICA.
up writh a road roller.
To the Voters.
So much emphasis has been laid upon tangled
“Why. Dinah." exclaimed she. “what I hereby announce
myself as a candi­
the hyphen lately that it should not be in the world has happened to you?”
date
for
the
office
of
sheriff on
overlooked that the German spy, Ig- "Was me busbauY* explained Dinah. the Republican ticket county
at
the
primaries
“He done went an- beat me ag’in, an’
natus T. T. Lincoln, who had escaped Jes’
to
be
held
in
Mav.
fo'
nothin'
too.”
from custody in New York, has been re­ “Again.”' cried Mrs Smith, with in­
Respectfully
captured through information furnished creasing
wonder
“Is
he
in
the
habit
Fred H. Minich.
the authorities by several naturalized of beating you? Why don’t you have
To the Voters of Tillamook County.
Germans.
him arrested?"
It is the most natural thing in the “Been thinklu’ of It sebcral times, I hereby announce myself a candi­
world that those of German descent missy," was the startling rejoinder of date for sheriff on the Republican
eh >uld sympathize with Germany in Dinah, “but 1 hain’t uebab had no tiedet, Bubjcct to your approval at the
Mav primaries.
hei{trouble,hut when the country of their money to pay his Hue.”—Exchange.
a loption is dragged in, in one way or
Respectfully,
G y p s ie s A n d D eath.
John Aschim.
another, the overwhelming percentage
of them are going to be loyal to its The custom of placing the property To the Republiean Voters of Tilla­
voys and their adopted country. Both of the dead In their graves has always
mook County.
Americans in American and Germans been followed by the true Romany I am a candidate
for the Republican
iu Germany might as well understand gypsies. It is due to some old tradi­ nomination for Circuit
Judge of the 19th
tion of ill luck attending the possession
that now.
Judicial
District,
comprising
Tillamook
of an article whose former owner Is
and
Washington
counties,
at
the May
SOME WAR FIGURES.
gone, and much valuable property Is
The European war continues and the buried in this belief. There Is also a 19th, 1916, primaries.
Geo. R. Bagiev.
war debt to be inherited by future gen­ sentiment among gypsies against the
erations is rising mountain high. |K)8sesslon of anything that has be­ To the Voters ot Tillamook County.
Premier Asqnith’of Great Britain owns longed to a dond person, because it I herewith announce myself as a can­
up that the war is costing John Bull serves to remind the living of the de­ didate
succeed myself as County Snr-
tw ntv-two millions of dollars every parted and Inspire In them a dread of vor. If to nominated
elected I will
d i.v, and the house of commons has death The custom of burying their continue to enforce and
the
same policies
voted the government a credit of $2,- property with gypsy dead dates from practiced by my office in the
past, that
100/ 00.000 with which to carry on the the earliest history of the Romany of conducting it on strictly engineering
war. This money will run the govern­ ‘rlbes.
basis, efficiently and economically.
ment until the last of May. The total
in a B a d W a y .
Respectfully,
cost of the war for England in 1915 and “Is he hard up?”
R. L. Shreve.
1916 to date is $6,677,000,000, and there “1 should say so. He can't even get
is no telling what the total cost will be credit for his good intentions."—Judge. The Evening Telegram, Portland's
best daily paper, and tlie Cloverdale
at the end of the conflict.
L e s s T im e .
Courier,
both papers one year fur only
Ger.nauy needs money for the war “In what mouth do ladles talk the
$3.50.
and ia now endeavoring to raise $2,- least?”
00 i,000,M00 of new revenue hv means of “In February.”—Exchange
Artichoke Seed For Sale.
taxation.
Anyone desiring artichokes for seed
N o N ew s.
After the Franco-UusGan war, France "They tell me your wife Is one of the can secure same by calling on Chas.
was utilised to pay Germany an in­ cleverest women in town.”
Ray, Cloverdale. Price, dug 2c per lb.,
demnity of one billion dollars. Of this "So 1 hear."—Judge.
in the ground l*ac per lb.
- 1
iclers mention as an achievement ou
the part of King Canute that he ob­
tained free passes for his subjects
through various continental countries,
ou their pilgrimages to the shrines of
the Apostles l’eter and Paul at Rome.
Each pilgrim was furnished with a
document in the nature of a passport
called “Tracturia de Itlnere I’ern-
genta." Hall In his “Cbroulele" makes
refereuee to a system of passports in
the time of Edward IV. ami the en­
forcement of this system Is known to
have been very strict in the reigns of
Elizabeth uud James. —l.ondou Chroul-
ele.
T h e R h o d u m S id u s.
An amusing story told by Hood do-
scribes how u country nurseryman
made u (urge sum out ot sales of a
simple little flower which lie sold un­
der the name of the Rhodum sidus.
This charming name proved quite an
attraction to the ladles, and the flower
became the rugo of the season. It was
one of those freaks of fashion for
which there is no accounting. At
length a botanist who found that the
plant was not an uncommon weed re­
quested to know where the nursery­
man got the nume from. He elicited
the following reply: “1 found this flow­
er in the road beside us. so christened
It the Rhodum sidus."
F i r s t C o lo n ia l A s s e m b ly .
The first legislative assembly that
ever met in America was at James­
town. Va. Governor Ycardley. feeling
that the colonists should "have u liuiul
In the governing of themselves," to use
his own language, called the assembly
together at Jamestown July 3U. 1619.
It consisted of the governor, counell
and “burgesses,” as they were railed,
chosen from the various plantations.
The laws passed by this body hail to
be ratified In England: but. hi turn,
the orders from London were not bind­
ing unless ratitled by the colonial as­
sembly. la 1621 these privilege* were
embodied in a written constitution, the
first of the kind In America. — New
York American.
F in in g E n g lis h S e r v a n t s In 1680.
Nan Newton, for breaking u teapot
In I’liiU's chamber, 2s. tkl
Richard Knight, fur pride and
slighting. 2s. 6d.
William Hetherlugton. for not heltig
reudy to go to church three Sundays,
10 shillings.
Thomas Rlrdall, for being at Nunea­
ton from morning to night, b shillings.
Cook, dead drunk. 10 shillings.
Anue Adams to be wushinnid at
Lady day. She went away the 29th
of June for being wanton and careless.
She lost five pairs of sheets and five
pillowbeers, for which my wMfe made
her pay £1.—Diary of Sir Richard Newr*
dlgate.
Animal Peculiarities.
All animals, hens Included, have pe­
culiarities. and to obtutn the best re­
sults In working with them we must
take this fact Into consideration. Not
ODly Is It true that each class of ani­
mals has its peculiarities, but Individ­
uals In the same class have their dis­
tinctive traits. To illustrate this take
for example two horses. One Is a
heavy work horse, and when you speak
to him It Is quite awhile before he
obeys. Yet he may be as willing and
obedient as the other horse, which Is
of driving stock and quick In its
thoughts and actions. In fact It Is
wrong to both to drive such horses to­
gether.—Farm nnd Fireside.
The Cloverdale Courier $ 1 a year,