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CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 30, 1916
He Must Have Had Feet Like a Table.
The account by Mr. Peaslee of how
Link Peters hunted partridges, printed
in the Companion of October 7, 1015,
reminded a reader of a hunting ‘ 'yarn”
that used to be told back in the hills of
A young hunter went up into the
hills to “ try his luck.” There was one
"point” in the hills almost perfectly
round, and the soil was so loose and dry
that it was easily marked by the feet of
a passing animal. The hunter saw
turkey tracks the moment he reached
the point, and followed them. They
circled and recircled the point, and still
no turkey appeared. The tracks were
There’s only one thing about i t ! That
turkey just watches my tracks and "keeps
following just in back of me,” thought
the young man. Accordingly he took off
his shoes, put them on backword, and
so went round the point and got the
sent his limousine to a garage to see if
it were in prime condition, which it
proved to be. This is the bill rendered :
For examination of c a r ........ $7.00
As near as 1 can figure, the difference
between the two bills is one of diction.
True To Life.
Photographer (to young man)—It
will make a better picture if you put
your hand on on your father’s shoulder.
Father—l l ’ in! It would make a more
natural picture if he put his hand into
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The Evening Telegram, Portland’s
With Bollie Watson
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Courier, both papers one year for only
Says a contributor to a New York
paper: Ezra is a strictly honest but
rather sharp Vermont blacksmith. A
neighbor drove into his yard the other
morning and asked him if he thought
bis carriage was worth repairing. The
old man looked it over critically, and
said he guessed the job was "wuth do-
in.” When the bill was sent the first
Peekin’ and lookin’ ...............07
A few days later a New York man
W. A. WILLIAM
The Bank Is Safer Than the Stove
Abstracts on Short Notic
The latest to be listed is a swell little ,
15-acre ranch with lots of outrange
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The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. are
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
paving 50 cents per dozen for eggs.
Taylor Beal Estate Agency.
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