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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1909)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
I BUSINESS LOCALS
Advertise your W ants in this
for 5c. per Line. . . .
Have you a saddle for sale? If ffce. The C oukiek wishes him a
so, infoi in the Conti eh ofliee.
A Missouri editor refuses to pub
The Tillamook County Bank
lias a change of ad in this issue lish obituary notices of people j
who, while living, failed to sub*
which you should read.
s e r v ic e !
Ladies! make vour men f i \ J L o j .pointed
People who do
not take their local , paper are al-
DON’T HOARD MONEY
Cloveruale Mercantile Co. store, to
. , ,
’ | ready dead and their passing awa v ;
You take big chances if you hoard
keep * J vour fresh washed floors clean has
‘ news value.
A chance th at several
and protect your carpets.
have taken and
If you are thinking of buying a
Read the change of ail for the new cook stove or heating stove!
First National Bank on the lirst you should visit the hardware de
Hoarded money earns you nothing
page. Their ads are always in partment of the Cloverdale Mer-,
besides being subject to loss as at awe.
This bank offers you security and pro
cantilc Co. Store and look over the
tection, liesidos paving you interest at
Go and see. the new furniture at s*°ck which they received in a re-
rate of four per cent per a n n u m , on the
tlie Cloverdale Mercantile Co’s. cei,t shipment.
am ount deposited, if left on tim e de
furniture department. They may
posit either as a Savings Deposit or Time
Will. Raleigh, whom we reported
have something that you will want. in our last issue as being on h i s 1
Bank with the
way to Portland by boat v i a .1
The bad storm the fere part of
“OLD R E L I A B L E ’
Tillamook, was not able to secure
the week caused a dearth of local
Tillamook County Bank.
passage on account of the bad
news for this week’s issue, which
weather so he returned on Satur
is very diflicult to evercome.
day with the intention of going!
Mrs. Frank Foster of Meda has out ever the Sheridan road. On
been visiting in Cloverdale this account of the last storm, however,
he was not able to get out at all,
and consequently had to eat turkey
l i o l l i e YV. Y V a ts o n
Forced Into Exile.
B. D. Lamar returned from Til
with Tillamook County friends.
lamook on Tuesday. It was neces
Wm. r p e h u r e h of Ctlenn Oak, O kla.,
K cal E s ta to
It was reported that Mrs. D. H.
sary for him to make the trip on
was an exile from home M ountain air,
horseback on account of the bad McIntyre, Lena, of Dallas, daugh
he thought, would cure a frightful lung
ter of W. N. Bays of Blaine, had
condition of the roads.
racking cough th a t had defied all r e m
died of typhoid fever, later report,
edies for tv;o years. After six m onths
Ray Gentry drove to Tillamook however, savs she is on the road to
he returned, d e a th dogging his steps.
last Saturday returning on Sunday. recovery. She had been here visit
Then 1 began to use Dr. King’s New
He took as passengers Capt. Talell ing her parents when she got word
Discovery,” he writes, “ and after tak
Teh nhone at office and resi ing six bottles I am as well as e v e r." It
and crew who have just finished that her husband hail been taken
saves thousands yearly from desperate
their season’s work on the Dejla.
down with typhoid fever and she
lung diseases. Infallible for coughs and
S e e me before making an invest j colds, it dispells hoarseness and sole
The road from the old creamery returned home to care for him, tuk
j th roat. Cures <»rip, bronchitis, heium
to Pacific City on the south side ing the disease herself. Her bus ment.
rhage, A sthm a, ( ’roup,W hooping Cough.
of the riycr is completely blocked hand has recovered.
dOe and $1.00, trial bottle free, g u a ra n
by logs and <1 rift wood, making it
Following is a 1 ie*t of the names
teed by the Cloverdale Drug store.
impossible for vehicles of any kind of pupils from Tillamook county
to travel on it.
L. II I N K It,
who are attending the Oregon
H. B. Lockwood of Cloverdale.
held the time card which drew the
set of dishes at the Cloverdale
Mercantile Co. Store last Saturday.
Despite the wet weather there was
quite a large crowd out.
G. W. Wallace of Tillamook, K.
K. Gilbert of Beaver, and Jack
1‘ennoek, Alex Frazier and T. R.
Wilson of Meda attended Masonic
lodge here on Thursday evening.
Agricultural Collage, at Com,Ilia: Machine and Blacksmith Shop,
Roy J. Anderson, Tillamook; H.M.
Pro fe ssio n al W o rk m e n ,
Chase, Helio; Clifford Dunn. Clover-
Mill Work and Gasoline Boat Work
dale; Vida Almira Rogers, Tilla
(ìiver Careful Attention.
mook. Every county in Oregon
is represented at the college also T illamook ,
27 states and foreign countries. I
Excluding Benton County, Mult
nomah leads with l.">2 representa K IL L T he C O U C H
tives, W a s h i n g t o n second with 12. ano CURE the LUNGS
while Clackamas has 34, and Linn
new D iscovery
Dick Robedee of Woods was a
Jas. Whitman is giving #1 as a
Cloverdale visitor lis t Saturday
and Sunday while on his way first prize and a large framed pic
home from Tillamook, where he ture as second prize each Saturday
RmfOUCH* um 50 *a»i .00
rUnvOLDS e TRIALwritfREC
iiad been on business for a week.
scorecard for the week’s shoot. On AND A IL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
L. M. kraner, proprietor of our
, . .
i Christmas eve he will give an ad- G U ARAH TC FD SA T/SF A C TO R Y
local telephone lines, has l>een ap- ,. .
O R M O N E Y R F F U M C eO .
ditional prize which will !»e a sil
taunted twist master for the ensu-
ver set vamed at f 1000. Everyone
ing four vears We believe this
shooting at the gallery from now
A large a mount of chopped feed
appointment meetr with the hearty
until Christmas will get a chance has just a r r i v e d at the Cloverdale
approval of the patrons of this of-
for a draw on the silver set.
Mercantile Co. Store.
S E N D FOR TH E
Sym ptom s signify theapprocch
of some disease-what disease few
can tell. It takes years of study
and experience to do th a t. Semi
for one w ho does know -the doctor
lie will diagnose th e case and
write for the needed remedies,
and bv the v;ay these remedies
should be exactly r ig h i - p u r e and
no m a te to th e fra c tio n o la g r a in .
Bring Your Prescrip
tions to US
and you’ll get what the dis-tor
orders. I t ’s as im|K>rtant to have
your medicines put up by an ex-
perienccd pharmacist as it is to
employ an ex|s*rienced physician
W e h a vk ti i k K x p k r i bn c r .
W e h a v e 1’i kK Daims.
W x h a v e pE sriecT H kkvh b .
R elia b le
D ru g g is t.