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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1917)
P ublished E very T h u rsd ay
F ra n k T aylor, E ditor and P u b lish e r.
“ E n te re d assecond-class m a tte r, Nov
em ber liltli, 1906 a t the post office a t Clo-
veniaie, Tillamook County, O re gon,un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd. 1878.
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T im ber land notices
Political A nnouncement Cards
J ob D e p a r t m e n t
My Jo b D epartm ent is complete in every
respect a n d I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Jo b Printing on short
notice a t reasonable prices.
T H U R SD A Y . J U L Y 19, 1917.
T he perpetual boozer will never get
in to th e regular arm y. li e is already
The C h a u ta u q u a is now in session at
Tillamook. T he e n te rta in m e n tg given
by C h a u ta u q u a people are uplifting and
educational, as well as interesting. It
furnishes wholesome a m usem ent tha t
all should enjoy. You should not miss
a tte n d in g one or more of the e n te r ta in
m ents. F rid a y , S a ta rd a v , Sunday and
opportunities for those
who wish to attend.
HERE IS A GOOD RULE TO OBSERVE.
A restaurant, in one of our cities r e
m inds its custom ers th a t $700,000,000 is
wasted in food in th e U nited State?
every year and urges them to order no
more th a n th e y can eat. Were this
rule observed in all th e re sta u ra n ts and
hotels in th e land, a greater conserva
tion of food would occur th a n m any
CORN IS RING AGAIN.
Corn has come back to its own. I t ’s
crown has been restored.
The United States forecast of the o u t
put this year, th re e billion bushels,
ought to make th e livestock world smile.
D enm ark and the rest of the neutrals,
and our allies need food for th e live
stock. Our corn crop will help to keep
th e beeves and horses on their feet.
The whole world will benefit from the
energy of th e A m erican'farm er.
A nd w hen tu rn e d into Jo h n n y cake, it
is an appetizing food for the hum a n race
I t doesn’t look as if the world c o u n
tries were going to starve.
LAYS DOWN HIS TOGA.
Ja nie s W. (lerard, formerly a m b a ssa
dor from th e U nited States to G erm any,
has resigned. C ircum stances over which
he had control, lost him his job.
But a t its best, the job in Berlin which
he held down du rin g those crucial tim e t
was not attractive. He was in a delicate
position, but when put to the various
tests by G e rm a ny and th e United State«
he tyas fnllv com petent to meet them in
a m a n n e r satisfactory to the U nited
States. li e w as in G erm any all of the
disquieting hours prior to the d e c la ra
tion of war, and his conduct had to be
overly circumspect lest he make a move
th a t would inimical to his government,
l i e aerved his country well, did G erard,
and we have no doubt but this govern
m e n t will m ake use of his services again
when an opening presents itself.
There is no excuse from tra m p s in
th e U nited States.
E very m an who is physically able and
desirous, can obtain work—work of
some kind, by which Le can earn his
own living. The American vagabond
who moves from city to city, stealing
rides upon railroad ‘reight tra in s, or
w ho perchance, may walk from town to
tcfwn in thickly settled com m unities,
should not be encouraged bv th e house
keepers when he applies to th e back
door for som ething to eat.
T he vagabonds are too lazy to work.
They live off th e labor of ^other people.
E very person who contributes to the
t r a m n a t th e back door is guiltv of e n
couraging a class of peopls who, wsre
»bey off th e e a rtb , would add to the
value of the world. Thev are merely
loafers, and oftentimes
thieves. They are dangerous rh a ia c -
ters to be allowed to roam a t large.
T hey c o n trib u te nothing to th e com
m unity. They are consum ers and non-
producer«. T here ia no excu»e for their
living and th e best way to wipe out the
t r a m p ia to force him to work and earn
h i i living as honest people do. Do not
fe«4 tram ps and never giro th e m
HITS THE MAIL SQUARE 0M THE HEAD. th a t order.
Ilia duties can be b etter
The view point of a soldier in th e reg performed.
Now, if the soldier w ithout intoxicants
ular arm y, on one phase of the liquor
can do his country a greater g o o d , c a n
question, may he of interest to the not th e civilian do his country a greater
general public. F irst of all, let it be good w ithout intoxicants? Really, does
understood th a t the w riter is an advo ^ th e soldier owe his country a greater
c a te of tem perance in all things. But service th a n th e unenlisted m an?
j “ W h a t's food for th e goose is food for
he believes ale* in justice and is u n a l
‘ th e g a n d e r ."
terably opposed to anv rulings or laws
T he new war regulation
a good one
which savor of class legislation.
but let is scope lie more embracing.
The enlisted man must not indulge in W hy not m ake th e non-intoxicant order
or pa rta k e of intoxicants. U ndoubtedly universal instead af a specific order to
he will be a better soldier on account of o n e class of citizene, th e soldiery?
STATE NEWS NOTES
Brief Items of Interest from Various Towns in
a ju stic e of the peace in th a t county
recently dism issed liquor case s a ga inst
O. Suml and A. W hite is unsound. The
a ttorney-general holds thut nil ths
sta te needs to prove is th a t the liquor
cam e into th e d e fendants' hands and
th a t the burdeu is then shifted to
then» to prove th a t they secured such
liquor in a lawful maimer.
Are You Going East this
WHY NOT THE CALIFORNIA WAY?
Three Fine Trains Daily
the grain crops of the great wheat
belt im m ediately tr ib u ta ry to Pendle
ton, fa rm e rs a re beginning to he a p
prehensive re ga rding the effect of the
heat on the ir crop prospects.
Miss B ertha Althaus. saleslady at
the U m pqua hotel at Koseburg; Mrs.
Alice Allen, a Roseburg nurse; VV. J.
W eaver, p ro p rie to r of the U m pqua
hotel at R oseburg; J. M. Burt, tra v e l
ing salesm an for the Jo h n Deere Plow
company, of P o r tla n d ; E. L. P a rro tt,
capitalist, and Elovd Miller, son of a
prom inent Dillard rancher, are suffer
ing from injurie s which they sustained
T he next national convention of the
when Mr. P a r r o t t ’s car ieft the road
Mu P hu Epsilon, national music so r
and tu rn e d over p A a point n ear Can-
For in fo rm a tio n ,
ority, will bo held in E ugene in 1919.
S eventeen bra n c h e s of the Red Cross
T.m e Tables, Etc., ca ll on o a r agevÀ
society with a total m em bership of
That, th e Bellnnd law .enacted a t the
1671 have been formed in Linn county. recent session of the legislature to
Deer in the m ountains have suffered prohibit the sale of salmon caught In
severely from the long winter, says the ocean off the Columbia river d u r
J o h n M. Scott, Cenerai Faesenger Agent
C harles H oskins, an Echo sheepm an ing th e closed fishing season ia un
T he main railroads in Oregon have constitutional was the decision of Cir
abandoned th e ir a tte m p t to get a IS cuit Ju d g e E akin at Asto*:c.
per cent Increase in in tr a s ta te freight
5\ hile the^num ber of a- tomoblles in
ra te s a t this time.
the s ta te re g iste re d up to Ju n e 30 this
T he little town of Flavel was visit
y e a r is greatly in excess of the n u m
ed by a blaze which destroyed two
ber reg iste re d for the fin d six m onths • ■ I
fram e buildings with the loss of a p
of last year, the n u m b e r of inotorryrtes
proxim ately $2500.
has dropped off, according to a s ta te
Hood River has shipped 80 carloads m ent issued by S e c re ta ry Olcott.
Moving w ith expedition in its efforts
of stra w b e rrie s and it is expected
prom ote the s ta te highway work,
tha t fully 100 carloads will be handled
In ever lino of Merchandise, but none
the sta te highw ay commission has a d
before the season closes.
more especially than in
Bids will be opened at Roseburg vertised for proposals on a large
Ju ly 28 for the Douglas county road a m o u n t of road work, the proposals to
bond Issue of $555,000 authorized at i be opened Inly 20, at th e office of S.
lirrnan of *'•'<? c o tm is n lo n
the re c e n t sta te flection.
Boys in the sta te training school in Portland.
Net r r c ' d in total =Vi r.ient of ere
and girls In th e girls' industrial school
Our largo stock i«- in every instance the best that can be had
will a ssist in h a rv e stin g the berry from the blue Lodge m .ne near Med-
and our aim will bo to k e e p the high standard up.
, ford derin ; the last thr'-e tnotPhs is
crop of the W illam ette valley.
T he 28th a nnua l convention. O re betw een $75 nun and flno.ooo in copper
gon S ta te Fharm uceutical assc,. intmn, alone. T he ore yields from $5 to $7.5'»
began at Seaside T uesday and v ill a ton in gold and sil' er, th pet re
su its in those m*. lals being $10,090 in
continue until S a tu rd a y night.
Reports received from grow ers in the sam e period.
Marion county indicate th a t great
Since the w orkm en's com pensation
num bers of pickers will be needed to law went into effect on Novem ber 5,
handle the be rry crop this year.
1914, up to J u n e 30, 1917, Hie receipts
A nnouncem ent " a s made by A. H. of th e sta te industrial accident cum-
Lea, s e c re ta ry of the sta te fair board, ' mission have been $2,283,558.98, while
tha t the board has decided to put on the d isb u rse m e n ts have been $301,322.-
an automobile show in connection with 04, according to a financial s ta te m e n t
the sta te fair.
issued by the commission.
E x p e rim e n ts for the control of the
Four f a 'a l accidents and 352 non-
onion mildew a re being conducted by fatal accidents w ere reported to the
And everything usually kept in a first-class hard* are store, and
the d e p a rtm e n t of r ia n t pathology at sta te industrial accident commission
all goods are of the best quality.
the Oregon A gricultural college with during the past week. T he fatal acci
prom ising results.
de nts w ere; Joseph Slreim er. Portland,
Complete figures compiled by United d e p a r tm e n t s to re ; J a m e s Adkins, Ore
S ta te s A ttorney R eam es show th a t gon City, tr e s p a s s e r ; J. F, Cuddeback,
since w a r census day, J u n e 5, 364 men Portland, c o n stru c tio n ; Paul Corchan.
of m ilitary age have been perm itted to Clifton, logging.
re g iste r a t Portland.
E ig h ty tons of the 1916 crop of flax
Correspondence Lessons in
A large cattle tra n sa c tio n took place is now being p u t through the w ater
«-hen C. A. Goriey and Arch W assom, re ttin g process a t the »*ate p e n ite n
of H a rrisb u rg purchased 1190 head of tia ry by Flax M anager R Crawford,
D urham ste e rs from George Brown, of | The 20 tona of flax which was retted
Corvallis for $10,000.
j last fall has been s tu tc h c d and work
Five m eetings will be held In Linn i ed UP into fiber of good quality. T he
DR. ALFRED WOOLER
c ounty this week under the direction ' 1917 crop, which is still growing, is
of the U n i t e d S ta te s d e p a rtm e n t of | reported to be in good condition.
Composer, Teacher and Director
a g ric u ltu re to teach farm e rs ho» to
N. Campbell, r e g istra r of the Port
e x te rm in a te digger squirrels.
land United S la te s land offiie, has ro-
John W. Bowmen, c a rp e n te r shot eeived a bulletin from W a sh in g to n an
All musician*, w hether director, teacher,
and killed hts wife and then se n t two so unc ing ten*ati'-e plans for the sale
pianist or vocalist should u n d e rsta n d H arm ony.
bullets into his own temple, dying al of five sections of Silc-tz Indian re s er
Instriirtior, in th is branch rd study should,
most instantly, at Pendleton. Friends 1 r a tio n land in Lincoln county. The
whenever possible, be taken from an e xpert
said Bowman w as jealous of his wife. sale will be held some tim e in August
teacher. However, it is not always convenient,
Chin Bing, the, first of six alleged | and will be public. T he tim ber la
nor possible for one to Kave towrn and study in
gunm en im plicated In the m urder of 1 m ostly Douglas fir. and governm ent
person with such a teacher.
Billie Eng, an Americanized Chinaman, ! c ru ise rs gave an e stim a te cf 170,620,
For th e accommodation of »uch Dr. Allred
in th e re c e n t tong war, was found 000 feet.
Wooler, of Buffalo, N. Y., has perfected a m ost
guilty of second degree m urder a t La
Scores of men, women and children
thorough course in H arm ony and Composition
w-ill be needed to h a rv e s t the crops of
th a t is simple, concise and practical, which be
Fire prevention will he taught in the Folk county H r , f-uri .r r. and unless
teachse seccsssfully by mall.
schools of Salem, and re p re se n ta tiv es this dem and is supplied, fully 60 per
if interested, write for prospectus and rates. J
of the s ta te fire m a rsh a l s d e p a rtm e n t . cent of the fruit and eratn yield will
will m ake a com plete survey of the , be lost. Women, girls and hoys to
etty, according to plans which h a r e pick the heavy berry crop now fast
(2tffrct> T U o o fe r, Q Y lu e . © o c .
ripening are especially wanted at this
Several d eputy s ta te fire marshal* time, b u t f*«*ady work for an unlim it
Suite C, 322 West Utica St.,
have been se n t to th " e a ste rn Ore ed nu m b e r of men from now until the
BUFFALO, N„ Y.
gon grain fields to aid farm e rs and middle of O ctober or N ovem ber is also
w arehousem en to give ihe fullest pro offered.
p. 8 .—Dr. Wooler also corrects a m a te u rs' musical composition», a n d
tection again?* fire th a t m.ght destroy
A tto rn e y ^re n e ra l Brown advises J.
w rites music to poems. Those desiring su h service mu»* send t keir
needed food supplies.
O. E rtckson distric t a*torney for C la t
M. 8. or poem for estim ate of cost. Prices are resonable
W hile th e re ia j e t little injury to sop county, th a t the theory upon which
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T he next meeting of the Oregon
6tate grange will be h e ll in the spring
of 1918 In Salem.
Miss O. Shaw was appointed post
m a ste r at P le a sa n t Home, vice Mrs.
C. J. Britton, resigned.
E v e re tt, 19-year-old sen of Mr. and
i Mrs. W illiam Green, of Haines, died
from injuries caused by the kick of
H e n ry M. H ansen, Salem corres
pondent of the Portland Telegram,
hr.s been appointed S e na tor M eNary's
private secre ary.
Connecting al San Francisco with
through service to the East via
Ogden and New Orleans
Southern Pacific Lines
I Builders’ Hardware,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Stoves. Hanges, Farm and
Alex McNair & Co., Tuiamook ore.
I)iimong ani> Compoetftoit