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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1917)
GOOD ROAD POINTERS
: Oltice G round Floor
GOOD ROADS RALLY
TO BE HELD APRIL 28
Good ro ad s will m ake O regon th e i
g re a te s t d airy in g c en te r iu the world.
R em em ber th is when you vote ou the
from all sections of the sta te
road bond bill in June.
have been gran ted by the ra il
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roads for the S tatew ide Good
T h e proposed bond issue will pro
Hoads Rally to be held in P o rt
vide good roads a t no g re a te r cost
land. S atu rd ay . April 28. D on't
th an the s ta te is now paying for poor
forget the d ate and a rra n g e to
atten d .
E very friend of the
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road bond bill and good roads
T h e action ef the recen t L egislature
en th u sia st is invited to be
la doubling th e annual license on a u
tom obiles and m aking Hie funds de
G overnor W lthycom be and
rived th erefro m available for road
H ighw ay C om m issioners Ben
M n stru e tio a is justified by the re a
son, Thom pson and Adam s will
soning th a t It is th e autom obile th a t
the principal ad d resses
d estro y s the road and it should b ia r
aud sh o rt five-m inute talk s are
Id s burden of road construction.
proposed by the M ayors of
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various O regon cities.
"W hen public m oney is honestly
From p resen t indications, the
•p e n t on a road every dollar Lecontes -
rally will prove the m ost no ta
th re e d o lla rs." says the P o rtland Jour- i
ble gath erin g of good roads
nail "F irst, th e re is the dollar in the
boosters ever held in th e P a
road Itself. Second, th ere rem ains in
cific N orthw est.
the com m unity the dollar w hich has
been paid out for labor and m aterial.
1 bird, th e re is th e dollar of econom ic
value added to th e land ad jacen t to
th e road. T his is a real value, not a
specu lativ e one. It is an in crease in back gurtlen last night, a n d ”—
B e tte r reaso n s fur supporting the
road bond bill Ju n e 4th could not be can sing.”— Ixmdou Opinion.
offered. It m ay be depended upon
th a t Highw ay C om m issioners Benson,
T hom pson and A dam s will see to it
th a t every dollar of the road fund is
honestly expended and full value re
tu rn ed In road s honestly constructed.
Bell Phone 53-J
P. O. Box 147
P R O F E S S IO N A L
R . N. H E N K E L , P roprieto r.
T illa m o o k
W ith Rollie W atson
A b s t r a c t in g Co.
T aos. C oatks .
Abstracts on Short Notice
P R E S ID E N T .
C O M P L E T E SK T O F A B ST R A C T
T IL L A M O O K
TILLAM OOK C ITY ,
PACIFIC ABSTRACT CO.
T.H . G0YNE,
L. V. E B K R H A R D , M anager.
C om plete Set of A bstracts of
ATTORNEY AT LAW
The Best Antiseptic
C onveyancing, E tc.
of Tillam ook C ountv, Oregon.
[TIL L A M O O K .
O REG O N
N ight an d Day calls
prom ptly atten d ed .
N ext Door to Jones-K nudson F urnitui
TILLA M O O K .
Opp. C ourt House,
T illam ook, Ore.
The Todd Hotel F. REAL
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
W rite for L iteratu re.
TILLA M O O K .
Dining Room run on Family Style
FR A N K TAYLOR,
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
N o t a r y P u b lic
L yseptic is com pletely ¿oluable i
w ater. A teaspoon full to one q u a rt <
w ater is th e average stren g th to be use
for a n tisep tic, germ icide, deodorant!
w ounds, c u ts, nail p u n ctures, mang<
hoof ro t, m ud fever, lice, fleas, d a n d rn f
sham poo, being of a soapy n a tu re prove
very effective for w ashing th e anim ab
and stab le n ten cils, and if used in gen
eral, im proves stab le conditions, infect
ion, am ong cattle, abortion, foul dii
charge and ex tern ally to prev en t th
spread of diseases.
CHAS. I. CLOUGH,
C lo v e r d a le , O re. Reliable Drnqqist, Tillamook, Ort
T he p ersonnel of the Highway Com
m ission, appointed by G overnor Withy-
com be, Is in itself a g u aran tee th a t
th e m oney derived from the proposed
16 ,000,000 good roads bond issue will
be wisely and econom ically expended.
It is a fu rth e r g u a ran tee th at every
cen t of th e m oney will be sp en t in
p ractical road co n struction.
T h ere
will be u e lth e r w aste nor e x tra v a
gance in the ex p en d itu re of the fuud.
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In voting th e good roads bonds Ju n e
4th. th e v oters of th e s ta te ure taking
ab so lu tely no chances. The bill au
tho rizin g the bonds specifically de
scrib es th e roads to be im proved and
defines th e general c h a ra c te r of th eir
co n stru ctio n . Bids will be invited and.
If th e proposals a re excessive, the
H ighw ay C om m issioners have an
nounced th a t they will do th e ir own
paving. W hat inure could be ask ed ?
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N one of th e m oney to lie expended
for good roads under (lie bonding act
will lie expended in M ultnom ah Conn
ty although th at county pays 40 pei
oant of th e autom obile licenses of th-
■tate and a p ro p o rtio nate sh are of the
reg u lar q u a rte r mill road tax
M agazine B a rg a in
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Mother's Doll Story
The Squirrel’s House
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th e n am e of l'lp . lie lived in a eliurui-
lug little doghouse Unit stood near th e
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Ills m a ste r w as Fred, ab o u t six years
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Arid, Bluoe he lived in a big city,
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