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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1916)
CLOVERDALE, TILLAM OOK COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 12, 1916
NO. 1 4
In reply to this extraordinary asser
tion, we will quote from a letter of Gov
ernor Capper’s which lies before ns.
Speeding of the conditions in Kansas he
Do 33 Prohibition Prohibit ?
The following is from “ Better Farm
“ Our per capita wealth of $1,630 is
Several of our customers are people we do not know by sight
ing,” one of the oldest farm magazines
though we have done business by mail with them for years. We
and twice as high as that of the United
Does Prohibition Prohibit.” This is
States as a whole. It gives us a total of
believe we have given them satisfactory banki-ng service and can
the pertinent question which stares us
$2,884,624,000 ot taxable wealth, an in
in the face as we read advertisements
give you the same satisfaction.
crease of $70,000,000 the past year, and
three and four columns wide, signed by enables us to maintoin a tax rate of
sundry brewers’ associations. Since an $1.25 on a thousand, lower than that of
Mail us Your Next Check or Checks
answer is desired, we have no hesitancy any other state, with one exception.
It saves you time, and TI ME IS MONEY, especially at this seapon
in saying that prohibition does not pro- Our bank deposits of $224,110,576 are
h'bit some things. It does not prohibit the largest per capita of any state, an
of the year. No need to come to the bank in person.
the Brewers’ Association, for instance, increase of $23,000,000 in the vear 1015.
SECURITY AND SERVICE Our Motto
from perpetrating the most infamous Our 74,000 automobiles give us one car
falsehoods that a venal newspaper press to every sixth family, a record equalled
printed for money paid in hand. They by only two other states. One family
are flooding such states as have the out of every five has a telephone, the
liquor question up for determination at largest percentage of any state. Our
the fall elections; Hooding them with farm products in 1915 were $ >41,561,000.
lies so palpably flagrant that wg wonder Our live stock is valued at $310,655,000.
A Notable Hand-Shakiug.
how any newspaper can publish them We produced $325,000,000 of manu of this infamous traflic against which
all civilization has set its face firmly,
and look its readers squarely in the factured products in 1915.”
are not aging through disinterested mo
face. For example, “ Poor Bleeding
In a lettfer whicn the editor of Better tives. As for ourselves, we are no more
The hand that made it possible fur
Kansas” is cited as the horrible victim Farming recently received from the
11. Taft to become president of
of the depredations of prohibition. To Liquor Publicity Bureau, he is asked disinterested than they. We are strict the United States, and the hand that
read these liquor advertisements, one whether he will publish disinterested ly interested in the accomplishment of made it impossible for Mr. Taft to re
would suppose that the inhabitants of facts presented by them. They plead this grAt reform. As between King sume his position ut the heud of the
Kansas are wallowing in misery, bur that there are two sides to the story. 1 Right and King Hum, we’ re not neutral. United States government, shook the
dened with debt, the citizens of its state We admit that there are two sides, a We are strongly for the Allies. The bund of Mr. Taft at a Hughes reception
capital maudlin drunk with the “ Five light side aud a dark side, a right side: Allies are the Public School, the Chris in New York City Tuesday night.
tian Church and the American Home.
imndred T msaud Quarts of 1 iquor and a wrong side. As for disinterested
Old time personal and political friends,
brought to Topeka and consumed by its presentation, no such thing is possible.
they were, but an enstrangment sprung
inhabitants last year.”______________
Tfiose who are urging a continuance
Statement of Ownership, Manage up between them through the workings
ment, etc., of the Clovordale Courier; of the political machine, and they be
nub'ished weekly at Cloverdale, Oregon, came political enemies of the worst
for October 1, 1916:
D oes M o n e y Burn a H ole In
That the names and address of the
Ttie breach between them was so
publisher, editor, managing editor, and wide and deep that party leaders dare
and business manager are;
Your Pocket ?
Publisher, etc,: Frank Taylor. Clover not attempt to bring about a reconcilia
tion. The clmsm could not ho bridged.
Owner: Chas. Ray, Cloverdale, Ore
Yet T, It. and W. II. T. met on an
equal plane at the Hughes reception,
Signature: Frank Taylor,
clasped hands, spoke to each other
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 4th day of October, 1916.
Politics make strange bedfellows.
E. L. McCabe, Notary Public.
If these national figures could really
My commission expires June 19, 1920.
become reconciled and bury the hatchet,
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. are the republican party would l ave occas-
paying 40 cents per dozen for eggs.
| ion for a barbecue.
OUli money will pile up rapidly if, when you get a surplus
of cash, you take it at once to-the hank. If you carry a
large sum of money on your person there always is a
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