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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1917)
to the postal biP by a vote of 321 to 72,
the house now sends to the President of
Published E very Thursday
the United '■dates the amendment of the
Webb-Kenyon law which prohibits or
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
dering liquors to be transported in inter
My experience in operating and building
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
Silos for the past eight years, four thereof in
ember 13th, 1905 at the postoffice atClo- scientific, medicinal or mechanical pur
Tillamook County has led me to design the
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon, un poses into any state or territory prohib
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
iting the manufacture or sale of liquor. )
In other words, when this amendment
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becomes a law, every state where the
One Year, in advance................... $1.00
Si* Months............................................50 sale or manufacture of liquor is now-
Three Months........................................25 barred, will be ¡relieved of the ship
Single Copy........................................... 05 ment into that state of intoxicating
liquors. It is a drastic hone dry law,
A d ver tisin g R ates
and when in effect will make prohibition
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per
is rnanufaelured in Tillamook, is a home product and is designed
inch per month, single column. All states bone dry.
1 ocal Reading Notices. 5 cents per
for simplicity, durability, economy and efficiency. I also have
line for each insertion.
hibition movement has been the ship- j
Timber land notices
$1Q.00 ment into dry states of liquor by mail, j
Silage Cutters, (las Engines, Farm Implements, Wagons, Manure
Political Announcement Cards
»Spreaders, Hay Tools, etc.
state law was nullified bv the manufact-
urers and dealers in liquors. They made
J ob D epar tm en t
Al l G o o d s a r o A b s o l u t e l y G u a r a n t e e d
business of defying the prohibition
My Job Department iscompletein every
respect and I am able to do all kinds laws by shipping the forbidden liquor
Commercial Job Printing on short into them.
a n d a ll I n f o r m a t i o n F r e e .
notice at reasonable prices.
The passage of the Webb Kenvon law
met its challenge by manufacturers w ho
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took the case into courts on the claim
LET ME HAVE YOUR TROUBLES
that it w as unconstutional. The United
SPAIN SERVING THE UNITED STATES. States Supreme Court, however, did n ot!
Spain, that decadent nation which agree with distillers and brewers, and '
was given a body blow when it engaged declared the Webb-Kenyon law constitu- ,
in a war with the United States twenty tional. The Reed amendment now tills ,
years ago, is now coming again in the in a loop hole and makes it more bind
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limelight after so long a period off the ing. It makes illegal the sending of in
map of the world. Spain is taking over toxicating liquor into a state which has
the intercourse of this country with declared itself desirous of getting rid of
Innocent the children of any wrong they can care for. A fund of $5 a month
( iermany since our ambassador left the liquor habit.
but nevertheless thev pay.
from every school in Oregon would he
llerlin. Senor Polo de Bernade, who
One of the great drawbacks with
for several thousand hungry
was ambassador to the United States which prohibitionists have been faced
hungry today. A large percentage of kiddies.
when the Cuban war broke out, is now was the < »It repeated statement that u n - j
them are starving and will die regard
Sunday, March 4, has been designated
handling our affairs in Berlin, where he less the nation prohibits the manufact- j
less of the haste with which money is as Belgian Relief Fund Day. We urge
is the Spanish ambassador. This serv lire and sale of intoxicating liquor, it
raised and rushed to them to buy food. every minister and every priest to speak
ice performed by Spain in behalf of her was next to ueless for the states to pass i
But a larger percentage of them can of the conditions in Belgium, and to
old enemy will serve to strengthen the prohibition laws. The congress has
take up a collection to buy food for the
ties of friendship which have been now offered a knockout blow to that ar
Will you try to get this picture in little ones.
growing since the “ late pleasantness” gument. Congress does not say that j
your mind? Imagine a long bread line;
We urge every mayor, every county
was ended. The United States has giv liquor shall not be manufactured, but if
every child in it is hungry ; some of school superintendent and every com
en evidence that it holds no enmity the members of the house and senate 1
them are starving and there is not mercial organization to help in this
against the Spanish nation.
continue to become converts to the de- j enough food for all. An officer comes work. Call meetings and orgauize to
sirability of a dry nation, it w ill not be j down the line, lie examines each child save these innocent livis. Each com
SENATOR HANDLEY COMPLIMENTED.
long before there w ill be absolute prolii-. and separates the hungry from the munity should go at the work in its own
The Portland Evening Telegram paid
bition in the United States. Congress! starving, and the “ hungry” are pulled way, hut all remittances should be sent
a compliment to our Tom Handley in a
is very rapidly approaching the day1 out of the line screaming and kicking.
to Mr. Eddy. They will he acknow
recent issue, which reads as follows:
when it will put » law of this character i (let that again. The “ hungry” are ledged, and full credit will he given
“ Cheese, bovine diseases anil tish
upon ttie books.
each town and citv for what it does.
separated from the “ starving.”
have been the subjects in which Sena
That is a true picture and it is the
tor Tom Handley, of Tillamook, has
AN APPEAL FOR AID
basis of this appeal to all Oregonians
been interested during the session and
who have received big pay for their
in legislation pertaining to these sub
jects he secured all that his district de The Belgian Children Need It, Will You products sent to the war zone.
We asx you to pay back a little sum
of money to send to those children, so
“ Probably the only thing that kept
that all may have sufficient food to keep
Tom Handley from being a star before
This is an appeal on behalf of little them alive until the war is over. We
the footlights or a movie king was the
appeal for any sum you wish to give,
fact that he inherited from his father children, and we want to reach:
The wheat growers east of the Cas but send it ijuicklv. All remittances
a taste for the law. As a young man
should be made to S. L. Eddy, care of
Handley was villain, leading man and cade mountains.
Ladd A Tilton Bank, Portland, Oregon.
The cowboys of the ■ame district.
comedian for a road snow that hit the
The fishermen of the rivers of Oregon. | It will reach the committee in charge of
"tank’ ' towns of Oregon and Washing
The dairymen in the valleys west of the Belgian Children's F ood Fund and
to n . He claims to be an authority on
will he promptly forwaideo.
stale eggs and it may be that obtaining the Cascade mountains.
The committee can keep a Belgian
Ttie mothers and fathers and the
this knowledge caused him to desert the
si bool children of every school district child alive at a cost of $1 per month, or
stage and practice law.
a little over 3 cents a day. One hun
In 1915 he found himself a member of in the state.
We want to remind you wheat men dred dollars will feed UK) children one
the house of representatives and 1917 a
Bell Phone 53-J
and you cow men. dairy men and home month; $1,000 will feed 1,<SXJ children Office (»round Floor
P. O. Box 147
“ In ttie few times that Handley was builders of the unprecedented prosperity
With Rollie Watson
given the gavel by President Moser that has been yours during ihe past two have three slice* of bread spread with
during the session, he established him vears and to point out that it is possible
self as a steamroller of the most im -1 for von to enjoy the good things of life it will sustain life.
We want to ask some big heat ted fel
proved type. He does not talk until because (and for no other reason) of the
in every town where this appeal is
iv c e s s a r y and then to the point. H e is most awful war in the history of the
to read this appeal and to then
one of the big men of the Senate.”
out and pa«« the hat for con
In the pathway of that contest st'Hxl a
Don’ t wait for some other
little country which was unfortunate
HELPING HAND TO ‘ DRY’ STATES
L. V. EBF.RHARD, Manager.
do it yourself.
The house of representatives in " ash* enough to oppose the advance of an in
We want to a«k every school in Ore Complete Set of Abstracts«! the Records
ington on Wednesday held out a helping vading armv—it was Belgium.
of Tillamook Count v, Oregon.
Today the little children of Belgium— gon to undertake to supjs<rt a« many
hand to the “ dry” states of the union.
By thi passage of the Reed amendment 4.000.000 of them—are pa\ ing the price. iklgian children as the pupils think
T IL L A M O O K SILO
B. K U P P E N B E N D E R ,
W. A. WILLIAMS
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