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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1917)
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Published Every Thursday
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publ 11 •
“ Entered as second-class matter Nov- I
ember Rtt li, 1905 at the post office at C'h -
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un
der Act of Congress, March di d, 1878.
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respect and 1 am a’>le to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short
notice at reasonable prices.
T IH 'R S D A Y. IK R R U A R Y
Harry Thaw’s wound is said to he j
healing very slowly. Rut it would he
just like him to get well.
Yamhill county is figuring on a
$500,000 road bond issue. Yauihillers
say you cannot keep the old countv
down. It was the first in Oregon to
build good roads; its roads have been
kept up as well as any in Oregon, ex-'
(■opting Multnomah; ami now to secure
for itself the benefits of through travel
it is figuring on further improvement.
Something good will come from the
road agitation in Yamhi’ l, for the
county contains the finest farming
country on earth, and first class roads
through it is what will sell farm lands
and settle up the county with thriftv,
enterprising new farmers.
What is said of Yamhill county re
garding the benefits to he derived from
road improvement can truthfully be said
f >r Tillamook county.
Our prices same as Tillamook, plus the
freight See samples at the store.
AN OUTRAGEOUS PROPOSITION.
So far the Oregon legislature has
shown no disposition to injure anv Ore-
gon industries by radical or freak legis
lation. A bill has been introduced,
however, attacking the fish industry on
the Rogue river. The motive behind
this hill seems to he the whim of a few
"sportsmen” w ho wish commercial fish
ing killed on the Rogue river to insure
t hem belter sport a few days in the
We will make no attempt to argue the
merits of injuring a great industry for
the benefit of a few rod and gun clubs
and to-called “ sports.” The motive
alone is enough to kill it.
Onegoii has had enough freak legisla
tion and this move is so preposterous
that it should he given a scant heed.
To hamper or kill an Oregon industry
that employs hundreds of workmen for
t lie benefit of a few “ sports” would he
a black sp,.t in the state's historv.
Rusv Portland men usually confine
their newspaper reading to the big city
dailies, and forget tiiat out in the state
there are published sterling, inde|>en-
dciit journals which are powerful fac
tors in promoting, sound, wholesome
While not so brilliant in editorial ex-
pression as the city dailies which em
ploy writers to comment on the issues
• >f the hour, the country pipers are
edited by the men who own them, and
Ws are prepared to meet your requirements
Cloverdale Mercantile Oo.
hence n licet a practical, common sense because that is the only chance he gets. his own horn, hut. not in going on a
point of view.
Never condemn a man’s foolish “ toot.”
To keep in touch with the real senti
actions until you are wise to his game.
The girl who is wise never gives a
ment of a citizenship that has the inde
man a lock of her hair. She may
Men are horn, hut husbands are
pendence and ubiity to maintain isself
to change the color of it later.
in the open country, instead of drifting made.
to the congestion of the metropolis,
Some people are so unimportant that
every Portland business man ought to they don’t even furnish material fot
subscribe for a few country weeklies or gossip.
small community dailies.
Ever notice how easy it is for a man ,
And to make his wares known to that
he good natured when everything is
same independent and sturdy citizen
ship, he ought to include the country
papers as well a' the city dailies in his
And many a man has been caught at
advertising plans.—Oregon Voter.
j his own fool game by wise people who
i let him think he was fooling them.
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
Kve never left poor old Adrru at home
' to take care of the children while she
It is easier to renew a good resolution ] went about the country preaching
( women’s rights. Rut then what woman
than a ninety-day note.
wants to he an Eve.
The he« is never too busy to admin
The less said about the age of women
ister a stinging rebuke.
and canned goods the better.
If matrimony doesn't make a woman
Ha) pines« has a peculiar way of coin
w ise there isn’ t any hope for her.
ing and going without any warning.
F R A N K TAYLOR,
One ot the things a man can’ t under
stand is why his enemies seem to have
people develops- after having done you a
so many friends.
Occasionally a married man does a lot
o( talking when he is away from home j Any man may be justified in blowing j