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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1917)
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CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY. OREOON, APRIL 19,1917
Plan That Will Insure State Better
Highways to be Voted Upon
a surplus even if there be no increase
in assessed value or number of auto
Approval of the bond measure by
the voters is all that is needed to car-
i ry out the good roads campaign efi'ec-
[ tively. Indorsement of the bonds at
the June election would mean that
actual road construction could begin
this year. In passing on this measure,
voters are not asked to vote blindly.
The pending bond bill describes tho
roads that are to be constructed and
defines the general character of their
construction. All roads will be built
under the supervision of the State
Highway Commission which was ere
ated for that specific purpose.
The members of the Commission
are men of the strictest integrity.
They are among the state's most rep
resentative citizens who have achiev
ed enviable success in the business
As appointees of Governor
Withjcombe, they may be depended
upon to conduct the business of state
road building with the same fidelity
they have shown in their personal af
fairs. The personnel of the Commis
sion is a guarantee that all road funds
coming into its hands will be dis
bursed wisely and economically.
FAIR NOTES; ALSO
President Wilson Says Raise Some
thing For Food- Plant
President Wilson lias very wisely
The “R I G H T C H A N G E
With a d ecking account at this Bank you will always have
just the ‘ rignt change *’ no matter where you pay the bill or to
whom you pay it.
t o u c a n draw vour check tor anv ODD AMOUNT and pay
your bill either in person or BY MAIL which is a real convenience
you can enjoy hy
Everybody wauts good roads. The
advised larger j induction
need for improved highways is admit
ted. Every citizen is anxious and
willing to pay his share towards the
ing has gone higher and higher. |
All supplies furnished free.
cost of building good roads. All the
We can reduce the cost of living j
individual ever has insisted upon and
by raising ull the potatoes and
is asking today is that the public re
ceive one dollar of value for every
other garden truck we need. Dem
dollar expended in road construction.
your patriotism by plant-
Frequently in the past the public has
not received full value from these ex
penditures. But this has been due
ing potatoes tnd oth er garden
invariably to the lack of a systematic
plan of road building and an intelli
! truck, liaise inoligli so that a t
gent supervision of the work by public
i lenst you will not have to buv.
Old Fash ionad Pepper Fut.
officials charged with disbursing the
Chop finely two es a o f k.» . .i pop I And another thing, you will I
pel's, onions and I i ,
M o t one ta-
The last Legislature, however, pro
blespoonful of butter in a ur.ieepau, want to m ike a display at the (air
R o u m a n ia n C o u rte s y.
vided the necessary legislation for in
The Roumanians are among the hand add the ebon d \-get 'dues in d siir this fall to show your loyalty to ; $25,000 Loss Caused
troducing in Oregon a systematic and
intelligent campaign for the ntate-wide somest races in Europe, hut that, suys over a moderate H e until i .« butter the fair.
is absorbed. Add r, >-< ant ha f pound
construction of permanent hard sur a correspondent of the London Tele
Below is given a list of garden
of fre h t.ipe cut info sm -II iu os and
face highways. A complete road code graph. is only a | art o f their fascina
one-querter of u cupful of blench 'd vegetab les oil w hich prem ium s w ill
was adopted and a Highway Commis
tice. Add two quarts of cold \ ait r he offered .
F ill a ll the a v a ila b le
sion created for its administration. the Indies o f Uukhaiest "combine the
and one pound and a half of veal
Another measure provided for issu beauty of ttie Hungarian, the grace of
knuckle, bt as n to t.'stu with salt ground space you h in t w ith p la n t
The sawmill plant of the G. H.
ance of bonds aggregating $1,800,000 the Austrian mid the wit and style of
celery salt, cover the keti o ilo-ely life. S ta rt now.
with which to match an equal amount the Parisian.” But still we have not
Lumber company at Hillsboro
and simmer for tv.o hows, hiien mid
I t 2 i .1
provided by the Government, under all the truth. It is the distinction and
one cupful of canned t mato and lot Asparagus, tjiree bunches.. $0.75 $n
was destroyed by a fire early Mon
the Shackleford Act, for the construc kindliness o f tho manners of Pukharest
which mai k it out amoug the » Kies of simmer for twenty minutes longer. Beans, yellow pod, 1 gal__
tion of post roads and forest roads.
da y morning and incendiarism is
Remove the veal bore, < ool, skim ami
Most important of the Legislative the world. No one ever found there
Beans, green pod, 1 g.il....
strongly suspected. Whan the fire
reheat Lefore sen ing.
measures was that authorizing the is anything hut courtesy. Many have pro
Beets, table.......... ..............
was first discovered at 6:30 a. m ,
sue of bonds to the amount of $6,000,- nounced the people the politest on
000 for the construction of main trunk earth, and the politeness is not a mat
the mill w as on fire in a half dozen
Brussel Sprouts ..............
Line n huge ar.nteware pie pinli
lines throughout the state. At the ter of civility or readiuess to oblige,
places, while less than 15 minutes
With n pastry jabber
same time, another bill was passed but a high bred distinction of manner.
hr fore a local citizen who passed
doubling the annual license on all au
width, o f pa;try. Mix to t t w o
tomobiles and motor vehicles.
The Round World.
,r‘" ; the place saw no evidence of fire
revenue from this source, together
“ I hoar you lim e a brother abroad?’ ’ cupfuls o r grated n| pie, the g\' c l rind Celery ................................
at anv point. The property loan is
with the money derived from the ex
cupfuls o f sugar, tw<$c :: s I'ghtly bent
$25,000 and there wan no in
isting one-fourth mill road tax will
“ Is he a long way ofr?"
en, two tabic »poem d1 . o f 'i .o:fp i but
meet all interest charges of the pro
'Twenty-five men are
"Yes; lie could hardly got any far ter, half a tcaspoouTnl o f s.iit mid one Corn, table........................
posed bond issue and retire the bonds
ther away without coming nearer."— • upful o f thin cream. Torn t . . Into Horseradish ................ ....
af employment by the
without adding a dollar to the direct |
the plate Plied with pastry, v e t the Koh] Rabi..........................
50 fire. The owners have not yet de
taxes of the individual.
edgea and set t'le Li; s » f pa I y over Lettuce, bead.....................
Of these various measures, only one 1
50 cid ed as to their future action and
the top o f the fillin'; in two directions. Lettuce, loose leaved........
— the $6,000,000 Bond Bill— will be |
25 there is a possibility that they will
Finish with a strip < f juste on the Leek....................................
submitted to the voters for their ap
Onion .................... ...........
proval at the special election, June
.50 not rebuild, although they have
4th. This measure asks nothing of
Peas, 1 gallon.....................
50 considerable contracts on hand.
anybody except that which he must
Pumpkin, table ................
Rico Ire Crerm.
I’ he lire department succeeded in
pay under laws which go into effect
2 nd 3rd
Drop n cupful o f we’.l washed rice Potato»
regardless of whether the bond issue
* 500 $2.oO $2,00 $i :>o-$i on kieping the flames from adjoining
into a kettle o f I oiiit ■; w itrr, boil for
be adopted. All manner of safeguards
P i peek, any var iclv.
property and from a greater part
fifteen inmates, drain, drop in' > told
have been provided outside the bond
mi'k enough to cover about half an Rail lieh, r nil ! or oval...... $0.5(1 $0.25 <>f lh*; lumber in the adjoining
ing act. The Highway Commission
inch thick, place in doub.V boiler, cook Kaddish, long......................
has been reorganized, methods of road
till soft, press through a s', ve or ricor, Rhubarb..............................
construction have been reformed,
I return to lire, beat tin; yolks o f three Squash, rummer ...............
competition in contracts has been
I eg'g.s with one cupful o f sugar. Add to Squash, Hubbard................
made compulsory and an anti-conspir
acy bill has been passed. Amortiza
rice with a pinch o f salt. Cook until Spinach
Swiss ( ’ b . 1 .......................
tion tables show that the income now
thick. Cool, add two tab!es|>ooiii uls of
irrevocably provided will retire the
vanilla or oilier fkn iritig, tv » tutde-
Ia.'p .' l h»ae Soflcfincg's
$6 000,000 bond issue, meet the re
Sltooufuls o f s h i l v ai d 11 pil, L o f lieu \ y
ouirements of the Federal Act, pro
creum, wblpp«*!. i luce in fiee/cr and Largest Pumpkin...............
vide maintenance of roads and leave
freoze an Usual.
!.tl_ t-! Squash.............. ... 50
See me for realty deals.
I.unrest Rhubarb, leaf mid
’ stalk ...............................
Three nnd a half cupfuls o f corn
moil, m o a:nl
half cupfuls o f v.bite bärgest la u !¡(lower............
Fin Cloverdale Courier ? 1 a year
flour, three e
tv o cup' 1 s «•:' butter
— —.— - ... —1—, 7TT.T ~T j T "
, ndlk, butter sir-> . f en ,
i cupful of In or,
r. n ♦ it '■ j i..,
of molasses, a t": p^onlul «•* soda, a
teospoonful'o.' s.< t. Heat u.iiil i ,ht.
bake in hot oc on. Fei vp w p h 1 a< < n n,-
My experience in operating and building
with sweet new bulb r.
OPENING A CHECKING ACCOUNT
T IL L 3 0 0 K COUNTY BANK
A Bank for all the People
H o m e C o ok ery
DESTROYED BY FIRE
w. A. WILLIAMS
A. C. EVERSON
Muncy li» Loan
lieu I Kstntc Agency
TILLA M O O K
The Batik Is Safer Than the Stove.
r i b b A M O O K SILsO
Potato and Ham.
Into a buttered bnkii.; d V i put alter
nate layers o f cold puiat- c- . II t »1 tliin.
chopped haul and w liit" name
plenty o f sauce. Make sauce with a
large tablespoonful of butter melted, a
large tnblespoonful o f flour stirred
«month and one and one half rupfiiiu of
A P c e t’a C u s ta rd Bath.
CARCELY* a week goes by that the newspapers don’t print
a story of some foolish housewife who thoughtlessly
started a fire in the stove where she had stored »way the
savings of a lifetime. Money placed in a stove or in a
teapot or under a carpet does not draw interest. It is not safe
from thieves. It is not safe from fire. Money deposited in a hark
draws interest. The steel vaults in our bank are impervious to
fire and thieves. Bank your money with us.
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
A custom which has now disappeared
used to afford much amusement to the
guests at the banquet on lord mayor »
day. In the household o f the lord mayor
there existed the office» o f jester nnd
eity laureate. On the day of the feast
a huge quaking custard was made in a
dish as large as a bathing machine. It
was the duty o f the laureate, clad In
official gaib, to spring from his chair
into the depths of the custard, splash
ing the contents over the table and the
In return for tbl* feat the laureate
was allowed to eat as much of the cus
tard as he wished, which was probably
i very little.— Loudon Taller.
The great man expect« everything of
| himself; the small man expects every-
1 thing o f others.
Silo- f .r the past eight years, four thereof in
j illamook County has led me to design the
I I L I, A M O O
T H E
S I L O
T IL L A M O O K
is m i n 11 fa» lure 1 in Tillamook, is a home product and is designed
for simplicity, durability, economy and efficiency.
I also have
Si!..ge (’utters. Gas Engines, F’urm Implements, Wagons, Manure
Spreaders, Hay Tools, etc.
A l l Goods* a r o A l i s o l u l . o l y G u a r o n t c o d
a n d all I n f o r m a t i o n F r e e .
LET ME HAVE YOUR T RO UB LE S
T illc iin o o k ,