Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, April 06, 1916, Image 1

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C LO V E E D A LE . T IL L A M O O K COUNTY. OREOOII. A P R IL 6, 1946
VOL. 11.
NO. . 9
PARENT-TEACH­
SPLENDID EN­
ERS’ MEETING
TERTAINMENT
Saturday, April 8, Named as Clean-
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Several of our customers are people we do not know by sigh
It Was Highly Appreciated by the
Up Day.
though we have done business by mail with them for years.
People.
The Parent-Teachers’ Association at
their regular meeting last Friday even­
ing discussed some important questions,
among them, and of the most import­
ance was that of the organization of a
Union High School. A commitee was
appointed to formulate petitions to be
circulated in the eight contiguous dis­
tricts. These petitions call for the ques­
tion to ba put before the District
Boundary Board and voted on at the
■chool elections. In order to get it be­
fore the electors of each district the
District Boundary Board after receiving
the petitions with the required number
of signatures, must instruct such dis­
tricts to vote on the same at their next
annual school meeting. These petitions
are now being circulated.
Saturday of this week was set aside
as clean up day on the school giounds
and it is puposed to discard the old
fr nt fence and plant some trees and
scbrubs. The ladies are to furnish re­
freshments in the school building and
how well the sterner sex use their
brawn and muscle can better be told
when vou see the school premises Sun­
day next.
believe we have given them satisfactory banking service and can
The attendance at the musical and
literary entertainment at the l’ resby - 1
terian church last Monday evening was :
quite large and applause after applause j
followed each number on the program,
showing that those who attended highly
appreciated the entertainment.
The entertainment was given to meet j
a financial deficiency occuring at the
close of the church year, and netted for
the society $18 55.
“ What ?”
“ Yes, ma’am. I have two half
sisters and three half brothers.” —
Philadelphia Press.
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CLOVERDALB, OREGON
W e W ant Your Banking
Mail us Your Next Check or Checks
It saves you time, and TIME IS MONEY, especially at this season
of the year.
No need to come to the bank in person.
SECURITY AND SERVICE Our Motto
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all the advantges
OPENING COCOANUTS.
nut contains. When the ground in
cocoanut has been passed through
How the Meat Is Made Ready For the the cooker it is ready for manufac­
Candymaker.
ture into the various confections in
In large candy factories many which cocoanut meat is used.— Los
cocoanuts are used. In removing Angeles Times.
the shells from these nuts there are
Our First Cocoa.
employed men who work at this reg­
The
first
newspaper notice that
ularly, just as they would at any
announced
the
sale of cocoa and
other trade or calling.
chocolate
in
America
read:
A cocoanut opener works at a
“
Amos
Trask,
at
his
house, n lit­
bench. Back of him are stacked up
tle
below
the
Bell
tavern,
in Dun-
on the floor large sacks filled with
cocoanut3. At intervals he empties vers, makes and sells chocolate
a sack of nuts on the bench in front which he will warrant to he good
of him and then he continues open­ and takes cocoa to grind. Those
who may please to favor him with
ing.
Ilis only tool is a heavy all steel their custom may depend upon be­
knife, like an all steel oyster knife, ing well served and at a very cheap
with a heavy solid handle and with rate.”
This notice appeared in the Essex
the other end flattened and tapered
into a round pointed knife, lie Gazette of Massachusetts on the
holds a nut on the bench in front 18th of June, 1771, five years beforo
of him and with one whack of the the signing of the Declaration of In­
Despite Mr. Trask s
heavy handle he breaks the shell, dependence.
opening it with irregular fissures, assurance that his rate was cheap,
and then with the knife end of the chocolate was very expensive and
tool ho pries ofE the 6hell and tosses beyond the purse of any but the
the shelled nut into a basket at his wealthy folk.
side. An expert opener can shell a
Bids Want-ad.
great mauy cocoanuts in a day.
Sealed bids will be received by the
But the cocoanut opener is not
tho only person employed at the co­ undersigned until April 10, ’ 10, for
coanut end of the factory. From building barn. Flans and specifications
the opener’s bench the baskets of can be seen at the Courier ottice. The
shelled nuts are removed to a table, right reserved to reject any or all bills.
C. Otsen. Oretown.
at which sit girls who remove the
brown skin with which tho meat of
Under New
the cocoanut is covered. Knives
Management
made specially for this purpose are
used, and quickly they cut off tho
skin and toss tho nuts into other
baskets, where you see them now,
not brown, but milk white.
Then the cocoanuts are dumped
Tillamook, Ore.
into a chute, down which they go to
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
the floor below into the grinders,
which break the cocoanuts up into
the required degree of coarseness or Dining Hoorn run no Family 8t\le
fineness, and from the grinders they
Meals 2oc.
go to the cooking kettles, for the
cocoanut for candies must be cook­
ed before it is used. If it were used
raw it would soon become sour or
rancid from the oil that the cocoa- I
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Business
any other can give you.
give you the same satisfaction.
F ra c tio n s .
“ And have you any brothers and
sisters, my little man?” asked the
kind old lady.
“ Yes’m,” replied the little man.
“ 1 have one sister and one and a
half brothers.”
Boss of a Laundry.
“ What is your occupation, Ras-
tus ?”
“I ’se de manager ob a laundry,
sah, an 1 makes a right comf’able
livin’ .”
Artichoke Seed For Sale.
“ What is the name of your laun­
Anyone desiring artichokes for eeed
can secure same by calling on Ohas. dry?”
“ Hannah Maria Johnson, sah.” —
Bay, Cloverdale. Price, dug 2c per lb.,
in the ground lt^c per lb.
Boston Transcript.
And can give yo
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we need your business.
MUTUALITY, That’s all
Bank with your home bank and enlarge
the Business scope of the Nestucca Valley.
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The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by tbo Week.