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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1917)
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GOOD ROADS POINTERS
j thal fins is an "Sge ~b? TuVEeT Tires. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Permit a few present day arguments
to confront you, then look them
squarely in the face. That is the
only way to settle the matter honest Tillamook Abstracting Co.
T hos . C oatks . P r e sid e n t .
ly. That being the case we are cer
tain that every voter who has not
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already become convinced that Ore
TILLAMOOK C orN T Y . OREGON.
«on should be pulled out of the mud
will resolve to do his bit by casting TILLAMOOK CITY.
his vote for the first real sensible
measure ever placed before the peo
ple which was intended to do a real T.H.G0YNE,
good tor the state and not make a
few erafters rich.—Tons I’av Harbor
A vote for the road bond bill will be
a vote for a s'ate-wlde system of good
roads without increasing direct taxes.
Con t forget this when you vote June
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Whether the road bonds arc voted
or not the auto license and tile millase
tax will have to he paid just the
same. Where would there be any
economy in voting them down?—Mc
six mil- '
V/ U 11 U U i U LI 1 1 1VJ Opp. Court House,
lion bond issue are working against
Tho Best Antiseptic
the improvement of the by-roads or
laterals which they claim to cham
pion.—Pendleton Last Oregonian.
Lyseptic is completely soluable in
A teaspoon full to one quart of
“This is the greatest measure ever water.
the average strength to he used
contemplated by the state of Oregon,” for antiseplic,
Write for Literature.
said Governor Withycombe, discuss
ing the $6,(100,00'} road bond bill at vounifs, cuts, nail, punctures, mange, TILLAMOOK. -
1 the statewide good roads rally in iioof rut, mud fever, lice, fleas, dandruff,
Portland. "It means more to the state shampoo, being of a soapy nature proves
than any measure in its history, be very effective for washing the animals' FRANK TAYLOR,
cause the one thing we need is high and stable utencils, and if used in gen
ways In Oregon.”
eral, improves stable conditions, infect
ion, among cattle, atxjrtion, foul dis
Industrial preparedness, military charge
and externally to prevent the
preparedness, economic insurance and
common hofse sense •■ rise up to slap spread of diteases.
the contrary Mr. Spence s statements
in the face. The bond issue IS prae-
tical, IS necessary, IS without tax ReliableEruggist, Tillamook, Ore. A. C. EVERSON
obligation, DOES make the auto own
er bear ALL the burden and SHOULD
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Eighty per cent of the automobiles
In Oregon are owned by persons liv
ing in the cities, and not one cent
An advertisement this
See me for realty deals.
of the proposed $6,000.000 bond issue
size in the Cloverdale
is to be used on roads in cities. A11
Courier at only 35c the
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
the money goes on county roads, and
isssue. Don’t let the
as only 20 per cent of the auto license
K. N. IIENKEL, Proprietor.
door hinges of your busi
will be paid by those living in tlio
Night and Day calls
country, that means that the auto
the want of a little adver
owners living in incorporated cities l
will pay $1,800,000 of the $6,000,000
to Jones-Knudson Furniture
bond issue.—Tillamook Headlight.
f ! TILLAMOOK.
It is time for us to get out of the
thud. We need and must have good
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roads. They will add to the wealth.
I thrift ami happiness of our people and j
1 National Bid.
P. Q. Box 147
our state. Tills measure ($6,000,000 :
road bond hill) does not add one far
With ltollie Watson
thing to our taxes; it simply capital- |
izes waste. No sane man or woman I
should offer a single word of opposi- i
tion (o this movement.—Governor
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
Withycombe at statewide good roads
lull) in Portland.
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Dining Room run on Family Style
Six years ago the people of Califor- '
nia voted $18,000,000 bonds for good
I,. V. F.BERHARD, Manager.
roads. The measure received only a
small majority. La t November t h e y 1
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voted an additional $15.000,000 of
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
bonds for further road work. The
vote at the Bcrond election was 4 to 1
TILLAMOOK. - • OREGON
for the bonds. There's a reason. Dai- j
ifornians were satisfied with their
first investemnt. Hoad construction
in California has yielded satisfactory '
dividends to the people of that state.
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The State Highway Commission has
adopted the following policy with re
gard to road surveys:
Fifty acres of up land, elose to Clover
Whenever any County shall make
dale, practically ail cleared and fenced,
application to the Commission setting
no buildings, at $100 per acre. If you
forth a disire to do construct ion work
a small amount of money to pay
on post roads, forest roads or any
1 will help you make the first
other state highway within its limits,
the Commission will authorize a def
inite location survey establishing
One hundred and sixty acres near
grades and alignments. The expense
at $25 an aere. Five cows and
of such surveys will be paid for from
stock on this place that will
the state funds of the Commission.
A small cash payment
. . .
down will secure this place. Might
We cannot conceive how a farmer
consider a trade on part of the principal.
can oppose the present good roads ;
This place for sale or rent.
movement when it lutaus so much to
him to have good roads to take his |
Five hundred dollars down will buy
products to the market. Tho State !
nw of the se l4 and the n ** of
of Oregon is endeavoring to bring i
the sw t of section 3, and the e of
about a comprehensive system of road
the se ’4 section 4, town 5 south, range
building, which it should have done :
years ago. but, strange to relate, ob
10 west. I can rent you this place, if
jection is raised by farmers, who w ill
want it, at a very reasonable price.
be the most benefited by a system of
What have yon to trade for 100 acres,
hard surfaced trunk roads. Take
the old Schaler place. Will consider «•
Tillamook County for an illustration
with a hard surfaced highway through
eastern or Canada property. Tt 11 us
the county. The farmers would use
what you have and keep the ball roll
it 12 months of the year and the sum
mer auto travel throe months of the
The John Weiss saw mill, the or.e
>» ar.—Tillamook Headlight
that makes money every time the wheel
f don't believe In going In debt for
goes round. Let us explain the terms
something that we don't reed, and I
price on this money-maker.
don't think bonding is the best way.
Rut. there yon are, under the s»«tem
We have residence property at Pa
that thi* government is run it 1« the
cific City th it can be bought for half
only way to get what we need, and
cash, balance to suit purchaser. You
we all agree that we need good reals
know that Pacific City will some dav l>e
• nd we know that macadam will not
ideal summer resort and that prop
stand the traffic Will we w$;t until
will l<e higher. Why not buy now
we have the money, or go in debt, for
w bile there is a chance for an invist-
what we all «ay we need? I have
come to the parting r.f the wavs, and
say 1 believe those men who figured
Pu> ing, selling or trading is>al estate
on the license pajlng for the bonds
ami business enterprises our big hold.
what they arc
We have realty from Tiuil>er to N e s k o -
C. A. Schut’bet, Clackamas County
win and business enterprises scattered
farmer, r, In a communication to the
along the wav. that can be bought
Oregon City Eu’erprls*.
right. Fin-1 us if you are in the market
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if you are not in the market for
In arriving at a sensible conclusion
of the snai»» I have, get.in. A tip
aa regards the road bond laaue it is
that's worth taking.
not unwise nor untimely to reckon
along the line of a twentieth century
resident. Do not harken back to the
days when our «’•andfathera crossed
the plains tn a prairie «efiooner drawn
Fy * yoke of oxen, P. . . »* remember
ATTORNEY AT LAW
F. R. BEALS
('o.sts Lillie .More
Aik local agent for information
John M. Scott, (¡»-lierai Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
“Portland P.osc Festival” • June 13, 14, 15”
CHAS. I. CLOUGH,
Money to Loan
Real Estate Agency
The Todd Hotel
It Pays to Advertise in the Courier.
Abstracts on Short Notice
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Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
Correspondence Lessons in
2)armon£ anb Compoetfton
DR. ALFRED WOOLER
Composer, Teacher and Director
Taylor Real Estate Agency
Ml musi i uh . whether director, tendier,
pi ii^-t or vocalist should understand Ifarnmny.
Instruction« in this 1 rane 1 ot stu-lv should,
whenever possible, he taken from an expert
teacher. Ilowcv-r, it i- u t always convenient,
nor possile for mie to leave town and study in
person with such n teaeher.
For the aecouim dation of «unii Dr Allied
Woolei. of Filtralo \ Y , has |>erfectcd a tin st
t boron ili eonr«e in Harmony and Compì -itimi
that is simple, - ■ neise und piiutieal, which he
Laches «necessitili / bv mall.
If i liter est e d , w rite foi prosp eine and ritti s.
Qtffreb TUcofer, QVUio. ©oc.
322 West Utica St.,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
P S —Dr. Winder also correct« amateurs’ musical c-m positions. mm
writes music to poem«. Tho«- desiring auch aeriio* must send their
M S. or poem for estim ate of »*o«t. Prices are resonahle.
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