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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1917)
Published Every Thursday
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
B r ie f Ite m s o f In te re s t fro m V a r io u s T o w n s in
“ Entered assecond-class matter, Nov-
enilier 1.1th, 1905 at the post office at Clo-
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
Tho Polk Yamhill Marion Medical
association held its monthly meeting
B UHSCKlCTtON H a I i8
One Year, in advance.................... $1.0C
Oregon Agricultural college alumni
Three Months..................................... 25 has 18 per cent of Us membership In
Single Copy........................................ 05 natioual service.
A severe earthquake shock was felt
AnvgRTisiNG R ates
In the Lakeview section at 5:45 o'clock
Displayed AdvertlseuienUi, 00 cento pt i Saturday tnor"in~.
inch per month, single column. All
Forty thousand ycung trout have re
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents per
cently been planted in the northern
line for each insertion.
Timber land notices
$10.00 part of Klamath county.
The Oregon Poultry and Pet Stock
Political Announcement Cards
association will hold its annual show
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in Portland December .1 to 8.
J ob D epartment
James Joseph Coyle, for 63 years a
My Job Department iscompletein every
respect and. I am able to do all kinds resident of Oregon, died at his home
Commercial Job Printing on short iirSt. Paul. He was 70 years o’ d.
notice at reasonable prices.
Oregon’s quota of aircraft fir that it
is to supply for government uses has
TH U R S D A Y , N O V E M B E R S 1917.
been announced as 4,500,000 feet.
The grain and provision store of
Burkhalter at Grants Pass
A victory may cost a heap of money,
but who could estimate the mountain of was destroyed by fire with a loss of
cash a defeat would bring.
A public meeting to o annize a Ben
Now that it is all over, let us again ton county arrleultural council will
remark that the Liberty bond is one of soon be called by the county agrieul
the best and safest investments ever of tural agent.
fered to miser or spendthrift.
Boys at the state training school tor
boys contributed $11.20 with which to
A GERMAN BORN AMERICAN SPEARS.
buy Christmas pacl ages for the sol
Every once in a while we read of diers in France.
some distinguished citizen of German
Earnings of paroled men since July,
ancestry, but naturalized a3 an Am eri 1915, total $235,473.77, according to a
can, speak in burning words that should report of I'arole Officer Keller, filed
be dinned in tlie ears of all, native-born with the governor.
Folk county has dug the greater
Prof. Max F. Meyer, of the University part of its potarto crop, and in almost
o/ Missouri, recently the recipient of an every district about one half of a nor
invitation to join one of the organiza mal yield is reported.
tions witli high-sounding names whote
Charles B. Crosno died suddenly at
real object is to paralyze the fighting [ Toledo. He was 73 years old and had
arm of the American government, in re been prominent in state and county
plying that the invitation was an insult, politics for many years
October was an exceptionally dry
“ I am thoroughly familiar with the month in Astoria. The records show
present organization of the German that the total rainfall during the
social body and with its culmination, month was but 1.25 inches.
the present German government. I am
During the month of October the
much more familiar with it than any of state industrial accident commission
your committee. I have lived in Ger sent out 3028 pay warrants to injured
many 25 years. I was born there. I workmen and for hospital fees.
was educated there. I spent 19 years of
During the month of October 1225
iny life in Germau educational institu automobiles were licensed by Secre
tions from tne kindergarten to the re tary of State Olcott, ami the total for
the ten month': of this year is 48,312.
Prof. Meyer cites these things to show
Governor WiihycomL 1...3 appointed
that he knows Germany not from the Thomas Nelson of Astoria a membe r
outside, but from the inside, as a land of the state board of pilot «»remission
in which the military class is the rrs to succeed Edward C. Jr. id, re
governing class. Stating these facts, signed.
Work on the fish dam 20 miles up
Professor Meyer then utters the solemn
warning te disloyalists in this country : the north Umpqua river from llose-
“ I f Germany wins this war, 50 years hurg. has been abandoned by the state,
hence its government will rule the Am owing to the inability to secure the
erican people. I do not want my Am needed men.
erican children to be put under the I Judge J. C. Moreland, clerk o f the
yoke which I escaped by coming to Am- j supreme court, announced that out of
erica. My hope is that the German 15 who took the examination for ad
government will be overthrown and.that mission to the bar at Salem October
the German nation, my relatives and 3, six failed.
Farm and garden and general pro
friends will enter an international or
duee raised at the Oregon state ho?
ganization for peace and justice.
“ But the German government, the pital for the 10 months from January
fearful danger to our future, can le 1 to October 31 this year amounted
overthrown only by raising armies, not to $87,943.73.
Mrs. A. M. La Follette, wife o f State
by sitting around your council tables
La Follette, of Marlon count- ,
a,,d working for the repeal of conscrip
died at the Salem hospital from the
tion la « s."
effects of a stroke of paralysis. She
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS was 70 years old.
The per capita cost at the state
has increased from $21.33
Most advocates of peace at any price
in January when there were 4 $6 in
are married men.
mates, to $28.40 in October, when
A loud voice is a powerful weapon of there were 341 inmates.
defense and oTense.
Plans for the immediate erection
Two heads are better than a dozen in of a large p’ aning mill at Wen filing
and the gradual electrification of! the
a love affair.
Wendling plant of tho Eooth ’»'.elly
I f a man is really fond of music he Lumber company were announced.
seldom tries to sing.
State Fire Marshal Wells has ¡spued
A wise man doesn’ t lie—neither does a warning about fires from def ettve
flues and chimneys.
He urges all
he tell all the truth he knows.
citizens to make an inspection of
When a man is easily bought the
their flv “ * and chimneys ar.d avoid
buyer is usually sold.
j possible loss.
Most men who think they are great
Through the office of the Wheeler
don’ t even look the part
county agricultural agent, a carload
of rye has been distributed among thp
What puzzles a small boy is how his
farmers near Fossil. A shortage of
mother can wear such a hot slipper.
rye seed necessitated a shipment from
It is easy to reason with a man after outside points.
you have staked him to a hot dinner.
The second annual homecoming
at Oregon «Agricultural col
A husbaad has grounds for divorce if
Lis wife refuses to help him with the lege, inaugurated as a custom of the
institution last fall, la to be staged this
week, with a program crowded with
A cheerful lie makes more friends athletic contests.
than a solemn truth.
Bids were opened by the state high
People with peppery tempers are nut way commission Tuesday for gradin '
the W olf creek hill, in Jos phtne coun
the salt of the earth.
ty. a distance of approximately five
No, RafTalo, earthquakes were not in miles. Thi" Is one of the »worst hill*
vented bv the Quakers.
on the Pacific hi?hv. ay.
It was indicated at a meeting of the
the fellow who has ac
quired the art of going alter what he state tax commission, sitting as a
wants wlyle the other fellow is waiting. beard of equalization, that the as
The Place Cloverdale People
sessed valuation of both the Southern
Pacific and O.-W. R. & X. t'c s prop- J
erties probably will bo reduced slight |
For a month the Forest Grove !
school board has experimented with h
a noonday hot ■
lunch foj- the pupils and teachers at 1
cor-t. The result of the first month's I
experience 1ms proved highly success
G o l d e n ’s
W O M E N 'S S H O P
A few words to the consumers of wearing apparel. It
will pay you to remember when you lliink about
Suits or Coats to See 11 s.
C irl L. Davis, secretary of the Coos
County Fire I’atrcl association, de
clares that forest fires have ca'iscd
more damage and required more ex
penditures by the association than in
any year since ilie patrol was oigan-
We have no competition. We manufacture all our
Coats aud Suits right in the store and sell direct to
vou at manufacturers’ u Imlesale price*. We Fave
you tlie storekeeper'p profits ami the traveling ex
pense, high rent expense nml middle man’s profits.
Just thins foi a moment what tiiis means to you.
ihe port of Randon is considering
the construction of a $20,000 dredge
for the purpose of guaranteeing the
port a certainty of shipping the year
around» Recent bar trouble caused by
Shoaling is expected to be taken care
of by such a dredge.
Several Co,.s county high schools
with domestic science departments
We manufacture new styles in Coats and Suits for
are resuming the usual winter custom
Ladies aud Misses. Exclusive new etjles every week.
of serving noonda; lunches for the
O u t ot
to w n
p e o p le
K ' v i » P “ v you to spend you far«,
accommodation of students who pre
and come and inspect our beauti
fer to dine at the schoois instead of
ful lino of Coats and Suits. Our Ladies’ Tailoring department will be
returning home for meals.
glad to make up to your older exclusive styles in any style you may de
Concluding that moving pictures
sire. In making your Coats, suits or separate Skirts we guarantee to give
furnished the state institutions by
a film supply company of Portland
were unfit for exhibition, the board
of control has directed Its secretary
to make arrangements fer a censor
ship of the films provided.
Tailored in our store on premises.
Secretary of State Olcott has sent
notices to all state officials that any
claims presented by them against the
state for expenses for either passenger
or Pultmgn fares or freight expense
tax under the new war tax law will
not be audited by his office.
The appropriation of $,'300 for the
state grain Inspection department,
under the public service commission,
is now exhausted and the commission
is preparing to ask the emergency
board to authorize the departmen*
to incur a deficiency of
A. E. Borthwick, one of the widely
known grand army veterans of Ore-
eon, formerly commander o' the de
partment o! Ore m a: »J at cne time
LOW ROUND T R IP FARES TO
clerk of Multnomah ecunty, died st
PRODUCTS SHOW, PO R TL A N D
his residence in Portland fell wing an
illness of several months. 11c was 72
Students of the normal school at
Monmouth are making a comprchen
sh e study of the different kinds of
food products The purpose announc
ed in giving tiiis instruction to the
students is t-> enable them to teach
lln- pupils the plan of the government
to conserve food for the allies.
Six of the 468 accidents reported to
the state industrial accident commis
sion during the week ending Novem
ber 1 were fatal. They were: John
Wade, Astoria, brakeman; A. L. Badg
er, Portland, steel worker; W. H. Tice,
Fal's t '»ty, logger; Frank
Knappa, logger; E. Weatherson, Bend,
logger, and John Oliver, La Grande,
In October 25 vessels loaded at the
mills in the lower Columbia river dis
trict and their combined
amounted to 29,028,370 feet of lumber.
During the same period 11 vessels
loaded 9,427,842 feet of lumber at the
up-river mills, making a grand total
of 29,436,212 t»»t of lumber that was
shipped by water from the Columbia
river in the month of October.
Hhanikn is a claimant for liberty
Let us arrange your trip to tin* lies! advantage
loan lau*-eis. Without wishing to un
A.-k any agent for full particulars or write
derestlmate tlie performance of Powers
which averaged subscriptions of $109
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
for each rn.in. woman and vhild, and
was accorded highest rank * in the
linited States, Slianlko calls ‘ at*en
tion to the fa d Fiat with less than
309 population it contributed $52,200,
or $174 for each inhabitant of the com
In the belief that the grade of the
old Oregon-Washington railroad may creek In Horsefly valley, will now b° Charles H. Castner of Hood River,
be used as the basis for
w ater level divided Into about three separate and J. A Churchill, superintendent of
road from Pendleton to Echo, a num units, and each uuit proceed on its public Instruction.
The big reservoir of t.h* Tumalo ir
her of Pendleton business men and own private enterprine, war practical
farmers have started a move to have j ly decided at a meeting of the mem rigation project In central Oregon is
pronounced a failure In a report made
the state highway commission locate j bers of the district held at Bonanza.
To correct an error made when he to the state desert land hoard by a
the state road between these two
towns so that it will pa»s over the old attempted to appoint member* of the commission of engineers appointed to
right of way, down the Umatliia river. state board of vocational education investigate the project.
Instead of over the hill where the before the law authorizing such hoard neers recommend that water be pro
present road lies
. | « a s effective. Governor Wtthycombe cured from the Deschutes river to
That the Horsefly irrigation project ; has reappointed the board members, irritate the lands in the project. This
which originally was created to Irri i with one change. He appointed C. F. «m ild Involve a cost of $349 090, they
gate 16,990 acres of rich land in Lan ! Adams of Portland to serve in pla-e estimate. Leakage, due to bad break«,
gell and Yonna valleys, about 20 mlle3 of W. B Ayer, food administrator. and slow percolation mafre the present
east of K U : a*h Falls, by the installs- i Other members are Mrs. George Me Tumalo reservoir useless for storage
tion of a dam at lue head of Miller Math and E. J. Stack of Portland. Mi ». purposes, the report claims.
Absolutely half tlu* prices you would
have to pay in any other
store in our town.
Men’s Suits and Coats
G o l d e n ’s Womon,«F«h°p
To the East *
Cost bnt Litte More
Choice of l Trains Daily Portland to San Francisco
Superb Scenery of Siskiyou and Shasta mountains
Visit to Dear old San Francisco,
Choice of 3 Routes East
Through Ogden with Wonders of High Sierra Nevadas
Through »Southern California and Sunset Route
Visit Los Angeles—Tourist center of West
Visit the Apache Trail
Southern Pacific Lines