Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, November 22, 1917, Image 3

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    S T A T E N E W S N O T E S The Place Cloverdale People
Should Visit
Published Every Thursday
Frank Taylor, Editor aud Publisher.
Brief Items of Interest from Various Towns in
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov­
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo-
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un­
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
* Oregon.
S ubscription R aixs
The annual Coquille corn carnival
One Year, in advance.................. $1.QC was held on November 16 and 17.
Six Months
.................................. 50
Between 10,000 and 12,000 m< n are
Three Months..................................... 25
Single Copy........................................ 05 employed in the shipyards in Portland
and Astoria. It is estimattd.
A dvertising R ates
All members of the bar of Oregon
Displayed Advertisements, 00 cents per
will be asked lo assist In handling the
inch per month, single column. All
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents per legal phases of the next draft.
line for each insertion.
Three companies of the 3d Oregon,
Timber land notices
$10.00 companies A, B and C, have taken out
Homestead notices
Political Announcement Cards
$10.00 $6.987.000 in war life insurance.
A movement is on foot to develop
J ob D epartment
the halibut banks off the west coast
My Job Department is complete in every of Lane- county and furnish cheap fish
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short to the citizens of Eugene.
notice at reasonable prices.
The University of California foot­
ball team was defeated by the Univer­
TH U RSD AY. NOVEM BER 22 1917. sity of Oregon on Kincaid field at
Eugene by a score of 21 to 0.
I. C. Robnett, of Centra! Point, cap­
There is one insatiable, constant de­ tured automobile license No. 1 of the
mand from soldiers in trench and train­ 1918 issue in a drawing held in Secre­
ing camp—the demand for letters and tary of State Olcott’s office.
Walter Thornton, 25, of Amity, of a
more letters from home.
well known In Oregon and
Comfort kits and candy and tobacco
are fine— but only letters soothe that Washington, has been killed in action
lonely ache that sometimes sneaks during a gas attack in France.
With seven referendum measures
under the khaki.
in sight for 1918, present ap­
Mothers and sisters and friends of
soldiers can perform as great a service pearances indicate that Oregon will
for them with the pen as with the again have a lengthy ballot next year.
Delegates from 15 lodges are ex
knitting needle. Sweaters and socks at
to meet in Salem in connection
best mean but physical comfort— while
with the annual convention of the De­
letters strengthen the heart.
If our soldiers are to fight their best gree of Honor, central Willamette dis­
we must keep them secure in their trict.
Workmen are putting the finishing
faith in our appreciation of their sacri­
fice, and aware of the beauty and worth touches on Hendrick's hall at the Uni­
of the homes for whose freedom and versity of'Oregon, a three story brick
building to be utilized as the women’s
happiness they are to battle.
Letters to soldiers should be pictuies dormitory.
Yamhill county has the largest silq
of home, and letter writers should
spare no effort to make them cheerful in the state. M W. Patton, of Cheha-
and inspiring. The veriest common- j lem valley, this year built a silo 20
places of family life are dear to these! feet in diameter and 54 feet high,
exiled lads—the news that mother is holding 400 tons.
making pickles, that lather was on the I The Hammond Lumber company has
soliciting committee of the Liberty loan purchased from the Minnesota & Ore­
—that sister has joined the first-aid; gon Land & Timber company a tract
class, n r is secretary of her high scln o l , of 1640 acres of fir timber lying in
debating club. And don’ t forget the the eastern part of Clatsop county.
Mrs. Eliza Spalding Warren. Whit­
clippings from the home paper—and’the
Indian massacre survivor arid
snapshot of mother feeding the hens !
said to be the first white child born
west of the Rocky mountains, celc-
From the Draft Information Bureau:
brnled her ?0th birthday n; Browns­
These changes affect every man sub­ ville.
ject to the draft, without exception.
With a view of being prepared to
The new plan goes into effect on De­ do paving work on force account next
cember 15. But on December 1, prepar­ year, the state highway commisrion
ations for putting it into effect will be - 1 has called for bid3 on asphaltic pa lug
gin all over the United States. At that plants.
The bids are to be opened
time all exemptions or discharges from November 27.
military service under the draft will
About 35,000 Chinook salmon eggs
automatically be canceled.
from the central hatchery at Rnnn*-
Exemptions hereafter will be based ville have been placed in the Ofegon
on an improved system whereby the Agricultural college hatcheries. They
government will have exact knowledge will be used to htlp develop the fish­
of every registered man and his affairs. eries Industries.
The basic principle of the new system
The city of Portland has received a
is those nun are to be taken fiist who bid of $5.60 a ton for waste foodstuffs
have no persons dependent upon them. now being burned at the municipal
Under this classification come single garbage Incinerator It is the purpose
men, married men whose wives support
them, married men who have, habitually to sell these foodstuffs to feed hogs
failed to suppr rt their families, or w hose and other animals.
Eight women are employed In the
families are independent of them for
support. Men in this class will be -sub­ plant of the Springfield Planing Mill
ject to first call. They will be listed
company at Springfield, and the pro­
under what will he known as class 1.
The married men and those with per­ prietors of the mill have found the
sons other than their wives or children experiment such a success that It is
immediately dependent on them for probable more will be employed.
support, as well as those whose work is
At a meeting of delegates from the
necessary to industries essential to the
war, including agriculture, will he listed various granges in Clatsop county, a
in other classes. There will be five resolution was adopted authorizing
classes in all.
the county Pomona grange to appoint
The effect of classification in classes a buying and selling agent to represent
below class 1 will he to grant a tempor­
ary discharge from the draft, for men in the grange members.
The Coos county court has decided
these classes will not be called until the
class or classes above theirs ha* been to secure a true valuation of the real
property and intends having a com
But before this system can he put I
into effect, information must he gath­ plete survey made for readiness for
ered on which to make the classification the 1918 budget, which will carry the
of each man.
appropriations for 1919.
To obtain this information sn l to
Two hundred tons of lime fertilizer
compile it afterward, the government i
has prepared books called Questionairea. ; day will be the output of the Gold
The Questionaire? contain questions Hill property recently leased by the
covering every phase of a man's occu­ state lime board. The quarry is ex­
pation, h.s income, that of persons he pected to be In operation in "lime to
claims to be dependent on him, his
family relations, his business, his supply spring fertilizer.
The presidency of Kansas Agricul­
Each registered man must answer one tural college, paying a salary of $909«
of these Questionaires in full.
a year, ha? been offered to President
A Questionaire will be mailed by the
local board to each registered man di­ William J. Kerr, of the Oregon Agvt
rected to the address on his registration cultural college, by members of th®
card or as that address may be < hangfd Kansas board of regents.
by notice of change of address filed; It is announced that a 100,009 foot
therewith, within the next two or three
saw mill will be erected at Prinxl*
He will have seven days with which falls, near Bend, this winter for t*»®
to make the lequired answers and re­ purpose of cutting the w-htte pine th«f
turn the Questionaire to the board.
is to be found in that vicinity. The
Failure to answer will automatically
will be built by the White Pine
cancel his rights to exemption and will
Lumber company
put him in class 1.
In order fully to project the rights of
The 12th annual Western Oregon
every registered man, and to help him Older Boys' conference, under the di­
make out his Questionaire. lawyers will
rection of the Interstate executive cons
he at the headquarters of the board to
advise and assist him without charge, j mlttee of the Young Mens Christian
You will get your Questionaire soon.' association of Oregon and Idaho, will
Watch for it.
be held tn Eugene November 30 and
G o l d e n ’s
December 1 ami 2
The tirst organized Of fort to drain
the Long Tom swamps, northwest of
Eugene, were put on foot with the
filing of articles of incorporation of
the Neighbors Drainage Co-operative
association. Th.® objects as stated are
to construct, operate arri maintain a
system to drain all the wet, swamp and
overflowed land west of the 1 j>ng Tom
^ W O M E N 'S S H O P
In Now and up-to-date Quarters
Onlya hurt time ago the Holden Co. started business in Tillamook City.
Its bii thpliite was in a $20 rented store on First street. It soon created
favorable iinpression \\i:h its* high quality good* and low prices and now
it i . copies the bcs. store on the main business street, (the store formerly
occupied by Mr. Williams.)
The average salary being paid men
teachers throughout the state for 1917
Is $98.62 and for women it is $65.75,
according to figures contained in the
official directory of school teachers,
being issued by J. A. Churchill, super­
intendent of public instruction.
The values of railreal securities are
falling with such rapidity a? to be a
source, of great alarm to hankers In
Every woman wlut de.-ircs Stylish, well-fitting Clothes will bo
the east, is the statement of Kiank J.
interested iu the new Full and Winter
Miller, chairman of the public service
commission, who ins just returned
from a several weeks' trip in the
eastern states.
Mount Ang! 1 was the host to hun­
dreds of visitors who swarmed from
Showing the most wonderful values in the season’s latest and most ap-
I roved styles in
Salem. Silverton, Sublimity, Wool
burn, Oregon City and other Marion
anti Clackamas county points to join
In celebrating the comn'etlon of a 2'/i-
mile 6treleh of concrete highway from
Silverton to St. Benedict abbey.
Made to vour niea utre, to fit vou perfectly, in nnv style and mutcrial of
The military department at the Ore­
your own st lection, or of vour own material.
gon Agricultural College at Corvallis
A complete line of Ready-to-wear Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses, etc., In
has received an order .from the war
beautiful styles and tine'materials. Every garment is perfect in tit and
department at Washington to th ef­
faultless in ’ \v*frkniansl'iip. Conte and enjov the pleasure of looking
through this beautiful line whether you wish to buv or not.
fect that all men entering land grant
colleges, except those enrolled In law,
medicine, pharmacy and dentistry, arc
required to enrol! in the reserve offi
cers’ training corps.
At a meeting of the Oregon emer­
gency board $5009 was appropriated
for the maintenance of the gru’ n tn
epection department of the public serv­
ice commission up to the end of 1918
and $2500 was appropriated for tl'<>
epocial agent fund of the govf rnor'.-
office to be applied to the suppression
of bootleggers and activity of the I. W.
W. and kindred organizations.
A reduction of 20 certs a b.irrel i,i
patent flour prices was announced at
the close of a mtetir ;• of northwoftern
millers, held in Dm cf.'ic ■ i f T. It
Wilcox, chairman of the Pc* Lie coast
district. United Stater, food r ’ n,'- -s
tration, milling 'i\irion
Tim c \
wholesale price r f $10 a barrel for th
best family patents is now e ff'elite
m ài A ) u i r d f i n n w r 1 r a d c e
in all north Pacific coast, markets.
13 f i 3l A o l i r l V I M l i
r A K t i O
After requ^stiug .the North 11 nd city
council tn forego all taxes on Improve­
ments for five years, L. J. Simpson
T o all S t a t i o n s i n
announced that he had Induced a liu
corporation to install a new plant at
North Bend. Th» plant will ho tin
largest on Coos bay and will. It is
stated, undertake the manufacture ol
o n
boxcars, finished aeroplane stork and
other materials to fill government con-
Five of the 564 accidents reported
to the state Industrial accident com
mission during the week ending No­
vember 15 were, fatal. The fatal cases
were as follows: Frank Rams, Kerry;
Mike Aznc, Mobler, and Olell Holver
sen, Springfield, all killed In saw mill
operations: and Louis Squier, Sal* m,
To nil Southern Pacific Strions in Oregon, Sale
and Ed Billings. Springfield, both
killed while traveling on
dates Nov. 28 and 29„ Return limit December
3, 1917.
Under the plan adopted by th" war
department for designating organiza­
('aliform ; 1
tions of troops in the military sc rvlcw,
To all Southern Pacific Stations in California,
the 3d Oregon, supplemented by a
part of the 3d District of Columbia
Sale dates Nov. 21, 25, 2 f> and 27. Return limit
Infantry, 1* now the 162d Infantry.
December 1 r>, 1917.
The Oregon field artillery batteries A
Ask your local agent for information
and B are now part of the 147th Meld
artillery, ar.d the thrpe separate
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
squadrons of Oregon cavulry are nart
of the 148th field artillery.
Bonds given by officials of a stats,
township, county or village for tfe®
faithful performance of their <*utlep,
and any bonds given to the sain® po­
litical divisions covering contracts for
The Hull Number company, with vicinity are not purchasing freely. Th®
governmental purposes cr for th® pie
• m> ¡.< st Mullno. Liberal ard Carlton, «(owners of the market. Is attributed
teeticn of the state. township, cuun’ y
ha: just' completer! negotiations with to the uncertainty of the food control
or municipali'y are not subj'ct to
th® United States government by propaganda and buyers are expecting
federal taxsMon undcr the war tai
which It Is to furnkh the latter with a price-setting to he announced
ao*. according to Information received
a c r ' a l n kind of fir lumber turned
An appeal for skilled laborers to be
by Secretary of State Olcott.
out by the Carlton mill, which Is to used In the arsenals of the United
The number of men working on
h shipp'd d'rect *o cpi-aro
This Ptatrs has been received by Labor
state highways is now reduced to a
| mountain tiro}x-r, cor tnonly know n Commissioner Hoff from Captain Van
mltr'mum and will be k e p t at thi*
t. der the name of ‘ bull fir.’’ Is tourh Duaen, of the ordnance service, sr»d
point throughout the winter, a cordin'?
and out 1 eUhs oak two to one.
he haa asked the commissioner to tlve
to a s'atement by K at® Highway En
H an growers in the upper CoqntM® him a Met of all skilled labor®rs avail­
gin* or Nunn whcn asked as to what
valley, who hed out extra a-reage this able for civilian occupations. Me asks
action will he taken toward recent
f asm and garnered heavy crops, do particularly
after machinists, tool
protests of lumbermen and the s’ ale
not find a ready market for their workers, turret lathe operators, drop
taxpayers' league against using men
product, since the buyers who in other forgers. pipe fitters, blacksmiths and
on state work who might be used In
1 years absorbed the offerings in that *l*Ttri< li
government service elsewhere.
Our success is the reward of reliable
Merchandise at decidedly lower
ju ices than charged elsewhere
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