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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1909)
Take advantage of
Bailey’s Sale of Boots and
Gome to the
Sonic* good values at a reduction to 2
make* room for incom ing stock,
COURIER O rriG E
f Bran :|1"1 Barley at Baileys, j
The cold weather the first of the
week turned to ruin again which is
Have Bailey hat been hauling
lumber of late with which to build
an addition to his harm
N. 1*. Hausen made a trip to
Tillamook on Friday, returning on
The Three Kivers factory is
making cheese eyery other day
Born on Monday night to the
wife of Kd Hansen a nine pound
hoy. Mother and child are doing
ns well as could be expected, hut
Kd is recovering much slower.
Chas. Fletchar left the first of
the week for his home, taking his
son Knell with him.
It is reported that the A \V.
Fletcher place lias been sold.
L. A. Bolter has been up around
Cloverdale with his wood saw dur
ing the past week.
J o b W o rk
In talking over the meat ques
tion we might say that there is
quite a contrast between the con
ditions of this winter and last |
Last winter we did well
if we were able to secure a piece of
fresh meat once in two weeks, while Careful
this winter we have a first class
butcher shop in town and a meat
wagon at your door at regular in
tervals. Mr. Quinlin is doing his
best to please his customers. Stand
by him and give him the en
couragement an institution of this
Saturday was open meeting at
the (¡range and a lo> a! fair of farm
products was held.
(.eater At ter bury has rented the
Makinster place for pasturage.
The Neskowin chees* factory
has closed but the Orctown factory
will continue during this month.
W orkm anship and
S tief action
Forced Into Exile.
Win rpchurch of (Menu Oak, Okla.,
was an exile from home
he thought, would cure a frightful lung-
rucking cough that had defied all rem
edies for t w o years. After six months
he returned, death dogging hi» steps.
“ Then I begun to use Di. King’s New
Itiseovery,” lie writes, “ and after tak
ing six bottles I am as well 11 s ever.” It
saves thousands yearly from desperate
lung diseases. Infallible for coughs and
colds, it dispells hoarseness and sore
throat, ( ’ures (¡rip, bronchitis, hemor
rhage, A st h m i, Croup, Whooping ( '«High.
fSOe and $ 1.00, trial bottle free, guaran
teed by the Cloverdale Drugstore
There will be a dance in the
(¡range hall on Thanksgiving and
Bids For Wood Wanted.
one at Bowman’s house in the near
We want 50 cords of wood; 40
cords of alder and 10 of fir. It
Nellie I. Durfee’a brother John! must he sound wood and he corded
has married again and little Marie up in the shed at the factory; 20
cords to he delivered by the 1st of
will go to live with her parents, May, 1010, and the balance by the
after Thanksgiving Day.
30th of August, 1010.
Bids to he received up to Nov.
The Della came in hut the hogs
don’t know it.
I h ive Kiwis C r e a m e r y A sfo .
Hubo, O r e .
We had some ice down here thi.-
week but it didn’t stay very long
The Ore town Sunday School lias
commenced a new contest.
Tor all knds of
Succeed when everything else falls.
In nervous prostration r.nd female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
It is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist’s counter.
H as Opened and is ready for business
under the nnuuureinent of
C o nstantin e l\oz->rski
A ll werk in wood and iron
done with neatness and