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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1918)
HESTUCCA Ï ALLEY BANK
MGLLUSKS MAKE GOOD SOUP GA3 MOST VALUABLE AS FUEL ONLY CHANGE IN MACHINERY
Thrown Up on Florida Beaches by the
W a v es They Are Collected and
Sold to Hotels.
Comparatively Little la Now Being
Used for the Purpose of Giving Di-
Hand Knitting Now Done in Exactly
the Same Manner as it Waa Many
There are a few touches of humor
Although gas Is being used more
Along the Florida benches A very
In the countryside revival of knitting,
common and familiar kind o f rock Is
such as the over-large and the envious
wholly composed of the shells of n ment for lighting Is almost a thing of feminine group about the lady who,
small species of mollnsk, oval In shape
with practiced skill, deftly turns the
and half an Inch long. It Is called chiefly burners where the light Is not i heel of n sock, hut behind It nil Is a
“ coquina,” and Is hard on the feet If
•with air to produce a dim blue flame fine display o f service, says a writer In
one walks over It without shoes.
the Detroit Free Press. When you
CHAS. RAY, President
In beds below the line o f low tide with great heating power. This flame !
see n sweater or muffler In process of
are mollnsks of the snme kind, alive.
evolution It may Interest you to know
WM. CHRISTENSEN, Vice President
Their bivalve shells are pink, blue and eral salts white hot, and it Is this in- ,
that the work Is being done Just about
o f other colors, quite brilliant, so that
as It was when the art was In Its In
In places the benches are beautiful to Here the gas Is used not for its light, j
fancy. There have been great Improve
the eye, great numbers o f them being
ments In knitting machinery, however,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS;
thrown up by the waves along the that gas is now most valuable, sAys
and the first of them was directly due
Chas, Ray, Wm. Christensen, Chas. McKillipp,
According to an address delivered to a somewhat common malady—un
Under such circumstances they soon
die, of course, leaving their pretty recently Iu England by President
D. A. Bailey, Wm. A. High.
The Rov. William Lee ef Cambridge
Shells to adorn the strand. But there Harry Jones o f the Institution of Civ
university, ns the story goes, was deet*-
are always plenty of live ones at the
!y smitten with a maiden of his native
water's edge, and these are gathered (London), not 5 per cent of the whole ,
town, Woodborough. Nottinghamshire,
In quantity at some of the wiuter re
but In spite of ills ardent wooing could
J. L GEORGE, Cashier.
sorts by boys who collect them with lamination, so that the name "gas
make no impression. The fair one
rakes and carry them In baskets to the
thing o f a misnomer. The use of gns . calmly kept on with her knitting, then
hotels for sale.
the common occupation of English
They are used for soup, being as fuel. President Jones says, has re- ;
pressed to a pulp in order to extract
In revenge Reverend William swore
their juice. The latter, strained and war. and the ready applicability of gas \
heated, affords a very delicious table I appliances to the rapid making of mu- i he’d Invent a machine which would de
beverage known as “coquina broth.” nitions In emergencies has made them stroy the market for hand work. He
It is particularly recommended for In especially valuable Mr. Jones quoted kept his word, but Queen Elizabeth re
valids and persons with weak diges- | a high official o f the British war office fused to grant a patent and to give her
financial support because too many of
as follow s:
“ Without the direct aid of the gas her subjects w ould he deprived of their
CLOVERDALE COURIER ocean-going steamer in sixty days is an
Industry . . .
it would have been means o f livelihood. So the Inventor
The Sap of Spring.
perfectly Impossible for this country took his machine to France. This
Published Every Thursday
When the sap of spring is bursting
to wage the campaign of the last three story may he entirely fanciful, hut In
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
the fetters o f wintqr the general hu
SUBMARINES ON THE ATLANTIC COAST. man heart beats high. A few of us years, or even for any but n trifling 1589 William Lee did revolutionize
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
time resist the overwhelming floods of hosiery making by producing the knit
Germany has brought the war to our philosophers receive amid the rich but j
ember 18th, 1905 at the post office at Clo
euemies that were poured upon It. ting frame or stocking frame. Ameri
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un own shores by sending submarines to sober tints of autumn a happiness that When I first was asked to take charge can names In the list of those who
der Act of Congress, March 3rd. 1878.
this side of the Atlantic and sinking a we would not exchange for any other of tli“ manufacture and production of have labored to perfect knitting ma
number of American vessels. Coining season, but we are a minority, and explosives It took me but a few days chinery are W. C. Gist, Almet Reid and
S ubscription R aixs
small. The head of one o f the most
One Year, in advance......... ..........$1.00 out of almost a clear sky, this announce- j Important departments at Washington, to realize my absolute dependence on Griswold.
your great Industry.”
Six Months............................................ 50
who thinks about the processes of man
Three Months........................................ 25 of the timid. The government, doubt
Single Copy............................................ 05 less, was alse surprised, although there 1 kind, has a theory that makes a regu
Notice tor Publication.
lar curve of the relation of the seasons
( pu bl is h e r
have been repeated reports made of j to the appetite for war. As the buds
A dvertising K ates
Displayed Advertisements, 60 cents per
open, every nation thinks It Is on the
inch per month single column. All The proper credence was not placed on ! edge of victory. This curve rises for a DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents per these reports, they having been passed ! while, begins to decline In the summer U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland, Ore
line for each insertion.
and gets well down In the autumn.
gon, May 11. 1918.
Timber land notices
$10.00 off as hallucinations of the captains re- i
NOTICE is hereby giveu that James |
Political Announcement Cards
$5.00 they were boxes or other wreckage , if they had decided to make peace, Buck bee, of Meda, Tillamook County,
which is frequently seen at sea. Now 1 could do it most easily, is from the Oregon, who, on December 1, 1913, made
days of goldenrod and autumn browns Homestead Entry No. 03972 for lot 1 ,
THURSDAY. JUNE 13. 1918.
that the actual destruction of ships has j
to Just before the greening of the and a e *4 n e
n e *4 s e J4 Section 3,
re-inforced these reports, the nayal de
Any man who lives up to his epitaph partment will take more stock in them buds. The story of coal, a tragic j and on April 15, 1918, made Additional
story to the poor, helps this curve, but Homestead Entrv, No. 0497H for s
is a dead one.
For disinfecting where Contagious or
and seek to find a remedy for the under there is in it much of sheer poetry, in s w *4 n w l^, w ’ 2 n w t4 s w *4 11 w 4^,
dependent of more solid things.—Nor and s e 44 n w V 4 s w V 4 n w W, Section infectious diseases are prevailing.
2, all in Township 5 South, Range 10
Narrow minded men seldom travel in
There is no need to become unduly man Hapgood in Leslie’s.
West, Willamette Meridian, has filed
the straight and narrow path.
alarmed over this phase of Germany’s
notice of intention to make three year
CARBOf.IC COMPOUND is a power
How Scouts Can Help Nation.
warfare. A remedy will be found for it,
proof,to establish claim to the land above
Germicidal mixture and by its use
Many a woman leads a dog’s life—by just as it was found for the supmarines
Offer your services to some garden
holding the other end of the string.
in the English channel. The submar er as o patrol. lie will be able to pay Court for Tillamook County, Oregon, at will improve general stable conditions.
Oregon, on the 29th day of
Make his crop Tillamook,
ines around the French and Irish coasts you for your labor.
When a man loses confidence in him have been more than met. The sub- j
Claimant names ns witnesses :
D. J. Dunn, T. R. Wilson, Frank
self he makes the vote unanimous.
marines along our own coasts w ill soon j the world that the boy scouts can rise
to any emergency.
John Baker, all of Meda, Oregon.
find that thev are in dangerous waters !
riant a garden at home. No mat
Proof made under Act of June II, 1906,
CHAS. I. CLOUGH,
It is impossible for a great man to pre also.
ter how small the space. Forego the and Act June 6, 1912.
vent the greatness from cropping out.
The cruiser submarine which Germany j flower garden this season. Plant vog- I
Kt gieter. Pniiahlfl Druggist, Tillamook. Ore.
has built, is undoubtedly the kiud that ( etables. If you have no garden, use j
T ) ip Irish-Americans who are in Berlin has been sent over here. The period a window box. You will he delighted
trying to stir up trouble between Ireland which it can spend at sea without going with the results, no matter how small
and England, should be barred out when to its base for supplies of bombs, tor-1 the crop. Do It now.
Offer your services to your teacher
they attempt to land on American soil pedoes and other necessities, is undoubt
help In securing the necessary In
edly mncli longer than any of the other
class of U-boats. However, the sub- i formation to establish school and home
gardens. Don't be a slacker.
The restriction on the importation of marines are a long way from home, and \ Ask ytur city officials to organize to
crude rubber has been followed by re we will proceed to make their presence help conserve the food supply of our
strictions on importation of four com uncomfortable here, just ae we have on country. Have them offer vacant space
Show your patriot
modities possessing some of the charact the other side of the Atlantic.
No great menace to life was ever in ism. Arouse theirs.— Scout News and
eristics of rubber, and capable under
some circumstances of being used as vented but some remedy was found to Bulletin.
C o u n t y D airy In sp e cto r
counteract its sting. It will be found
substitutes for natural rubber.
in this case.
It Is the unhappy usage of our [
America i* reclaiming its reputation
schools and universities to study the
Telephone Main 3—and Mutual.
for speed. Building a fully equipped
history of mankind only during periods |
o f mechanical unprogresslveness. The
historical ideas of Europe range be
tween the time when the Greeks were
going about the world on foot or horse
back or In galleys or sailing ships, to
the days when Napoleon, Wellington
and Nelson were going about at very
much the same pace In much the same
vehicles and vessels. At the advent of
steam and electricity the muse of his
tory holds her nose and shuts her pyes.
Science will study and get the better
o f a modern disease, as for example,
sleeping sickness, In spite of the fact
that It has no classical standing, but
our history schools wou><l be shocked
at the bare Idea of studying the effect
o f modern means of communication
upon administrative areas, large or
small. This defect In our historical
training has made our minds politi
cally sluggish.—If. G. Wolfs In New
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OLD MAN HARRIS
Editor of the Oil and Mineral Journal
E.;..uSr, Meat., '«.ill
e von straight
1 “ tips" about oil and mining companies
free, and send you sample copy of his
16 page illustrated paper for ttie asking.
Scores of bis subscribers ha\e made
$460 on s $100 investment an 1 upwar 1 .
bv following bis advice. Don’ t buy in
any company until vou write him about
it—he knows who is reliable and those
who are not. Write Dun’s or Biad-
ctreet'a as to what they think of Old
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