Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, December 21, 1916, Image 5

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Cloverdale
Courier
Published Every Thursday
Frank
Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
“ E n ters l as second-class m atter, Nov­
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo-
verdale, Tillamook County, ©regon, un­
der Act of Congress, Maruh 3rd. 1878.
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Single Copy................................................06
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Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per
inch per month, single column. All j
local Reading Notices. 5 cents per j
li_ne for each insertion.
Timber land notices
$10.00 '
Homestead notices
3.00
Political Announcement Cards $10.00 :
9
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J ob D epartment
My Job Department is complete in every
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short
notice at reasonable orices.
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1910
Buenos Aires has a plan that is worthy
of emulating. Every year Buenos
Aires exempts from taxation the most
beautiful building erected within the
preceeding twelve month, and awards a
medal to the architect.
WANTS PRESS GOVERNMENTALIZED.
i
f
Mr. Bryan wants a law to compel
newspapers to give a greater space for
m atters the government desires pub­
lished.
Every newspaper is flooded now with
requests for publitity from nearly every
departm ent and official bureau, state
and federal.
Newspaper« receive from live to ten
letters in a day’s mail setting forth the
importance and value of services per­
formed by boards, officials and commis­
sions.
Time taken to prepare all this matter,
paper and postage, are all at public ex­
pense and increase cost of government
and seek to expand public functions.
High taxes, high cost of officialism,
and constant increase of overhead ex­
penses largely are due now to govern­
mental press bureaus.
Why should the newspapers be asked
to run all this free of charge?
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
i
W ir e le s s M e s s a g e
Cloverdale, Ore., Dec, 14, 1916.
To the Bo}> and Girls of the Nestucea Valley:
Dear Friends:
I will be in Cloverdale, at the Cloverdale Mercantile
(V s store, Saturday, December 23, 1916, from 10 o’clock
a, m. to 10 o’clock p. m., with a present for every boy and girl
living in the Nestucea Valley, lie sure and meet me there,
Yours truly,
Santa Claus,
Notice for Publication.
Oregon.
Now therefore in sixty (60) days from
tbs date of this notice it shall bo un­
lawful for stoci to run at large, under
penalty of Ten (10) dollars for the first
offense, and twenty (20) dollars for each
and every subsequent offense, to be re­
covered from the owner of the stock in a
civil action in the name of the State of
Oregon before a Justice of the Peace in
the district in which such owner or
keeper or either of them may reside, and
if there be no Justice of the Peace in
such district, then before any Justice of
the Peace in the County.
Dated this 29th day of November, A.
D. 1916
J. C. Holden, County Clerk.
First publication Dec. 7, 1916.
Last publication Dec. 28, 1916.
( pu b l ish e r )
03895
But the ignorance of a lawyer isn’t
bliss for his client.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Beware of people whose politeness is U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Portland,
Oregon, November 18th, 1916.
excessive.
N otice is hereby given that Augusta
The average woman is vain enough to Fowler,
of Beaver, Tillamook County,
believe that she isn’t.
Oregon, who, on August 14, 1913, made
Men who speak before they think Homestead Entry NO.-03895, for e % of
have occasion to make many apologies. se Vi, 8ection 34, tow nship 3 South,
Range 9 West. W illamette Meridian,
How many times hare you won out has
notice of intention to make
when invited to play iu another m an’s i final tiled
three-year proof, to establish claim
to the land above descrilied. before the
game?
Register and Receiver of the United
No man has a right to expect his wife States
Land Office, at Portland, Oregon,
to be a good cook unless he is that kind on the 27th day of December, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses :
of a provider.
Notics.
! Ernest Ilaag, Arthur Haag, John Notice is hereby
that, at the
When a girl tries to dodge a kiss she Kumm, and Jacob Niklaus, all of General Election held given
on
November
7th,
Beaver,
Tillamook
County,
Oregon.
manages to do it in a way that euahles Re-advertised notice.
1916,
the
question
ot
Stock
running
at
her to catch it just where she wants it.
N. Campbell,
large
in
the
Precinct
of
Union
was
Register. voted upon, and it appearing from said
The spilled milk of human kindness
is the only kind worth crying o< er.
returns that a majority of all votes cast
Notice.
Notice
is
hereby
given
that,
at
the
was against stock running at large, in
A man is likely to save his religion
General
Election
held
on
November
7th,
said
Precinct, Tillamook County, Ore­
and best suit of clothes for the Sabbath.
1916,
the
question
of
Htock
running
gon.
One burlesque show will keep the
large in the precinct of Cloverdale | Now therefore in sixty (60) davs from
average man awake longer than a dozen at
date of this notice it shall be unlaw­
was
voted upon, and it appearing from i the for
stock to run at large, under pen­
sermons.
said returns that a majority of all votes ful
alty
of
dollars for
Nothing takes the ambition out of a cast was against stock running at large, the first Ten offenss, 10 and
twenty
man more effectually than an easy chair. .n said Precinct, Tillamook County, (20) dollars for each and every
subsequent offense, to bo recovered from
the owner of the stock iu a civil action
in the name of the State of Oregon be­
fore a Justice of the Peace in the dis-
tiict in which such owner or keeper or
either of them may reside, and if there
be no Justice of the Peace in such dis­
trict, then befere any Justice of the
Peace in the County,
Dated this 29th day of November, A.
D. 1916,
J. C. Holden, Codnty Clerk.
First publication Dec. 7, 1916.
Last publication Dec, 28, 1916.
FRESH MEATS
Call us by phone
or see as
if you
have
HI DES
We pay top prices.
GROVER WITT,
Cloverdale, Ore