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CLOVEEDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OREGON. APRIL 5, 1917
HARDSDRFACE VS. MAY BE VISITED
HIGH COST OF LIVING
BY DARK CLOUD
Tho Former Will Help Minimize William Morriscn Again at Large, Large and Enthusiast c Meeting at
the Latter—A Commercial
Whereabouts Unknown to
I believe one way of reducing th e high
News reached Cloverdale Tuesday
cost of living is by good roads, as they through official source t h a t William
reduce waste. Take our railroad systems M orrison, th e colored gent th a t was
a9 a n exam ple. They have th e highest sent from Cloverdale to th e insane asy
type of good roads we have. T he ra il lum a t Salem last sum m er, had again
road companies have spent h u n d re d s of taken leave of absence ami his w here
millions of dollars in building road beds abouts was unknow n to th e officials of
th it will carry heavy loads swiftly a t a th e asylum .
small cost. I t has been a paying propo
The asylum officials 6eem to think
sition for th e m . They have connected th a t M orrison had m ade fur this place,
up our towns and cities and m ade them th e sam e as he did last summer when
he m ade his escape from th e asylum,
W h a t th e railroads have done for the for th e y have notified our authorities
cities, goo! roads will do for th e country th a t if he reaches here tWw tify them
districts. We c annot have a railroad and tfyev will come a. ter him.
on each section line or alongside every
Morrison is a large t »lored fellow and
farm , b u t we can have good roads to is dem ented, Bo far lie lias done n o th
ing of a violent n a tu re , but owing to bis
I t is n o t a question of building good condition it was not th o u g h t safe to
roads for a utom obiles: it is a question society for him to he at large.
of building good roads to reduce th e cost
of tra n sp o rtin g produce to th e m arkets
and tra n sp o rtin g the products of our
city to the c o i n t r y cheaply.
Good roads work hand in h a nd w ith
Animals lo1 e th e ir masters, but men
our railroad systems, first as the great
feeders of th e c ountry to th e railroad seldom do.
To spend tim e ai su in g with a fool is
and second, as tlie outlet from the r a il
put yourself in his class.
road to the country districts.
T he g r e a te r th e m a n the more vicious
A great deal of congestion on our the s n a r l of his small enemy.
railroads can be relieved bv good roads, I W hen you cannot shake a bore by
u dog th e m for short ha uls and leaving j g ra n tin g a loan he is hopeless. •
th e railroads clear for th e long hauls
It is b e tte r n o t to pay all as you go.
Save enough for a re tu rn ticket.
a n d th ro u g h freight.
W hen we look some of tho grooms
You cannot drive from one town to
a n o th e r in th e districts where th e re are over w e do not w onder th a t the ir vic
hard surfaced roads today w ithout pass tims are spoken of as “blushing brides.”
T he m an who leads the simple life
ing a great n u m b e r of trucks, w hich
generally has a good appetite in the
shows the tre n d of events toward w hat morning.
I have said above.
By th e tim e the proposed concrete
B u m s ' B e st Poem .
highw ay in Tillamook C ounty is c o m
I t Is said th a t a boy was once asked
In the poet’s prasence which of B urns’
pleted it will be so crowded with com
A fter taking
mercial vehicles carrying h u n d re d s oi works he 11-ked best.
tons of freight every day. t h a t it will be j thought w ith tum self for a little he
rattier a com m ercial highw ay th a n a | declared th a t he liked the "Cotter's
Saturday N ight" by faV the best, "al
to u rist route.
though." he added, "it m ade me greet
(cry) w heu A y f a th e r bade me read it
Organs were known before the time
to my m ltb e r." T h is sta te m e n t seem
of Christ and were used in religious
ed to im press Burns, for presently he
services early hi the C hristian era.
said to th e lad. "W eek my eallant
T hose w ho are quite satisfied sit still (boy), it m ade m e greet, hoo. more than
SDd do nothing; those who are noi once w hen l was w riting it by my fa
quite satisfied a re the sole benefactors ther's fireside."
of the world.
“ All thiugs a r e possible." quoted the
My first is to d rin k from ;
My second, to allow ;
My w hole Is tw o verses.
"E xcept some |>eoplo," added the
You h a v e gu essed it bv now.
m ere m an.—I.ife.
A nsw er- Cup. l e t —couple f.
Are You Thinking of Aiarriage ?
the Charch Last Son
Che “R I G H T C H A N G E
With a checking account at tbis Bank you will always have
just the "right change” no matter where you pay the bill or to
whom you pay it.
You can draw your check tor any ODD AMOUNT and pay
Tim patriotic m eeting th a t was a n
pour bill either in person or BY MAIL which is a real convenience
nounced for S unday evening was a de
you can enjoy by
For a while in the
OPENING A CHECKING ACCOUNT
afternoon it looked as if the elem ents i
would have the beet of it, but toward
All supplies furnished free.
evening th e sto rm abated and a very
fair-sized audience greeted the ¡-peukei
The c h u rc h was p ie ttily decorated with
flags th a t appealed to out patriotism as
A Bank for all the People
soon as we entered th e door.
Rev. Mr. McVeigh, in a few well-
chosen words, asked tha t no uproaruus
for n o t m aking Woods a visit, as this
WOODS ITE: IS.
appiaitse he indulge I in, as respeet to
read is a good one fn? this bad season.
G od's day and house were th e tit si
principles of loyal citizenship.
Despite th e storm . unduv, April 1,
Tlarker Bros, for all k in d s of d u m b -
A fter singing the Stai Siuingled Ban w.i~ \lt Fowls day for Woods. Our mg, bath room outfits and fixtures. Til
ner. th e first speaker, L, M. Krauer, was people turned out exceedingly well in lamook. tire.
called to the platform , and after tellini: our patriotic meeting a t 2
p. m. and
the audience th a t he was no public a fine program was rendered bv local
■Masker latilit bed into a.i address so fuli talent. H was opened by th e stirring
of patiiotisiri and logic that he was fre notes of “ America.” by the congrega
quently in te rru p te d by applause. He tion.
appealed to the young men to respote
P ra y e r bv Rev. f . A. N oithrnp.
to th e first rail of our country, as the»
Song, “ A riiousand Y e a r-." by L. A.
were not bound bv those d ependent ot V orthrup.
them for support and protection, and t>
Original Reading by Mrs. Minnie
those who would stav at hom e he Blunt.
pointed out how building good toads,
We wish everyone could have heard
raising more bountiful crops, more liens Mr. Blum ns her paper was excellent
and stock, they too could s e r w theii and should lie heard by everv patriot
His whole address was so and especially th e women.
Song by Miss Mable Goyne and Mary
good and delivered with such e a r n e s t
ness t h a t it wholly disproved his open W illiams accompanied by music on the
ing sta te m e n t, and Mr. McVeigh told new ukuleles.
Short talk by D. C. Collier, our old
him he th o u g h t he would make a gcod
veteran of 63.
T he n ext speaker was Mrs. Charles
Paper and sh o rt talk by Dr. Mont- ^
j j y j g RSON
Blum. She had prepared a paper a-
she had explained th a t she was not
Song, “ Battle H y m n of R epublic” by
gifted as an extem porainnus speaker tho congregation.
T h re e cheers for the old flag
T hat m uch careful thought and s tu d '
had surely been given to the subj-'e.
M oney to L o a n
was evidenced all th ro u g h her talk. Sin
said th a t th e eyes of the world were on
Tt is sai l th a t we will soon h e a r the
th e U nited States as wo were as v< t an
sound of the whistle atnl the logging e n
e x p e rim e n t. She also appealed to tin gine a n d see men again with th e ir dinner
Women of the land to so conduct them
Sen me for realty deals.
pails near our burg, w hich wiil be nsign
selves t h a t th e ir honor would he upheld of hi tte r times.
and revered with the same loyalty as the
It is rumored tha t Mrs. Willie Fisher a
O the r citizens irave short t-ik s after will be perm itted to leave Tillamook f<»r «
which Mr. McVeigh gave a splendid home som etim e th is week, and is pro ♦
talk urging our young men to a strongei nounced to be on the royal road to co m
An a d v e rtise m e n t th is
sense of th e responsibility laid upon plete recovery th a n k s to th e skill of Dr.
size in th e Cloverdale
lhem , to be awake to the opportunities Boals.
Courier a t only 2-V tho
th a t were presented every day to men
D on’t let the
Then* will he Master sendees at the
of sterling worth mol pointed out how mission next Sunday at 11 a. in., pro ' 1%
door hinges of your busi
young men from foreign countries came ceded by th e usual Sunday school.
ness place get rusty for
here and saw those very opportunities
the want ol a little adver
The M ontgoinery-N orthrup hand wi!l| ♦
and by dogged d e te rm in a tio n and p e r
be in Me ho Sunday evening wit 'i a men I
sistency grasped them from undei the
•age su.ted to this glad time of the year. :
very nose of American youths who are
Out new trnstle is nearly completed. I
too careless to apply tlietris Ives to
study and the b etterm ent of lln ir con and now th e re will soon I t no excuse
ditions. T he service was closed by the
singing of I n te rim .
Taken as a whole, th e evening was
well spent and any one with a drop of
red blood in him m ust have gone home
with shoulders squared at.d a full sense
Mv experience in operating and building
of loyalty to his c ountry, home and (I ig
Hiloa for the pa-*t eight years, four thereof in
in his breast.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BARK
VI. A. WILLIAMS
Heal Estate Agency
T IL L A M O O K
PO W ER
F A IT H .
F a it h la not bore for daya of
F a it h dosa not
find har tru aat and g reataat p o w
er w hen th * aun ahin * appeara.
© S L O
Tillamook County has led me to design the
M en'* If eeth.
Before Hrtltb Ini teeth were created
defleieueies had to tie made good by
the real article, so body snatchers ra v
aged the cemeteries ry night, iirenktng
up the ja w s of the dead to extract
their te e th to sell to dentLds for inser
tion in live m en's mouths. An arm y
of these ghouls followed Wellington's
They were licensed a- sutlers,
but once nig h t fell out came tltelr nip
pers. and they prowled over the battle
fle’d e x tra c tin g th e teeth of th dead
or dying.—London Mail.
TART youi-weddcd life right. The young man who is con
tem plating matrimony should b a n k his money. After
he has furnished his home he shomld have something laid
aside for possible adversity. Wedded life means added
responsibility for him. The prospective bridegroom should open
a bank account today. It means happiness in t h e future. We’ll
gladly explain c*ir banking system.
S I L O
is rnmufaclured in Tillamook,- ia a home product and is designed
for simplicity, durability, economy and cflicicncy.
I aleo have
Silage Uuttera, Gas Engines, Farm Implements, Wagons, Manure
Spreaders. Hay Tools, etc.
A ll Good«» nro ¿\b*olutoly G uuronteed
oriel all In fo rm atio n F re e .
LET ME HAVE YOUR TROUBLES
It ia tha a t t r ib u t i of fa ith to ba
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
llava in good in sp ita of a v il; it
ia th * a ttrib u ta of fa ith to badava
in th * tight althoucih ah* i* *n -
vircn e d by th * d a rk n es*.
13. K U P P L N BLINDER,
T illa m o o k ,