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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1912)
----- * Dr. J. J. MURRAY, V. S.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
an d other
of in t e r e s t
j j Registered and graduate veterinary sur-
I i ire« hi . Office at Rogers A McNamer
___ Livery ¡stables, Tillamook. Roth phones.
Mrs Anna Gersunde, who has
Fred Murphy is a Portland visi
visiting her sister, Mrs. D. T.
tor this week.
Werachkul, left Wednesday for her
T. K. Wilson, of Meda, was in
home at Benton Harbor, Michigan.
the city Tuesday.
Chas. Burke is moving from
Henry Farmer, of Beaver, was in
Tillamook back to his ranch at this
the city Tuesday.
place. He will take charge of the
James Burke was a Tillamook
same April 1. Mr. Oleson, who
visitor this week.
operated the ranch last season, will
Louis Morris was in the city move to Tillamook.
Thursday from Hebo.
The time is coming to a close
Mrs. D. J. Dunn, of Meda, was and your opportunity to register
in the city Wednesday.
before the primaries are held will
Chas. Butts and son, of Otis, he lost if you do not attend to it
this month. Any notary or justice
were in the city Tuesday.
of the peace can register you.
Mrs. Mark Bays was a Tilla
mook visitor Wednesday.
F. H. Haradon, of Astoria, ac
A new fence is being built in companied of Capt. Tabell,
Lentz, were in Cloveruale today
front of the Chas. Ray residence.
nnd left for the cannery this after
For sale— Good hull for speed
Capt. Tabell will take
launch. Enquire at Courier ollicc.
charge of the Gerald C.
Henry Dawson was in the city
P. S. Isaacson, veterinary sur
the first of the week from Tilla
geon, can be lmd by calling or tel
ephoning him at the Todd hotel,
Mrs. L. J. Red berg and Mrs.
Mr. Isaacson is a
Gillock, of Oretown. were in town
Canadian graduate and formerly a
veterinary on the U S. transport
A baby girl arrived at the home Dix.
of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dennis Tues
W. F. Barnhart, of Lynden,
Wash,, made Cloverdale a day’s
Ed Worthington, accompanied
visit this w’eek ostensibly to buy a
bv Mrs. Gist, drove to Tillamook
ranch. As he left unexpectedly
the following morning we surmise
Mrs. L. E. Whiteman and son lie did not find anything that
Lawrence, of Meda, were in the suited him.
A new and strictly high class
T. A. Porter and Mr. and Mrs. line of wall pHper has been added
Commons, of Oretown, were in the to the already varied line carried
at Lamar’s Variety Store, Tilla
The Three Rivers and Clover- mook. Yon can find anything you
dale cheese factories commenced want at this popular store. Come
making cheese every day this week. in and look around.
Now is the time your
and dollars in your
£ have just received a
complete line of Fish
ing Tackle. Rods, Lines and
Flies of every description.
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The Reliable be given to the person bringing us
' ----------------------------j the largest trout caught this season
with fishing tackle bought of us.
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Druggist, at once.
Mrs. Georg** W. Baird came to
Cloverdale Wednesday from Port
land to visit her husband and look
over this locality. They had pre
viously decided not to build here
but we are hopeful that they may
change their mind and become
neighbors among us.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Court of 'I illamook County,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids for
clearing, grading and graveling of
the right-of-way of what is known
as the E E Cross road commenc
ing at the W. W. Cornier bridge
and extending to the “ Hebo store,”
on the new survey, according to
Cloverdale Hotel Arrivals.
the plans and specifications on file
W. F. Baruhart, Lynden, Wash.;
at the office of the County Clerk.
C. A. Slone, Garibaldi; Capt. A.
Said bids to be separate for the
Wagner, Berkeley, Cal.; G. M. grading, Hnd for the graveling.
A certified eheek equal to 5 per
Lowmas. Seattle; F. H. Haradon,
of the amount of the hid must
Astoria; B. Tabell, Lentz, Ore.; F.
accompany each hid as a guaran
W, Christensen, Ed Hadley, Tilla
tee that the bidder will execute a
bond for the completion of the
contract if awarded the same.
To the Voters of Tillam ook Comity.
All bids must he filed with the
I hereby announce myself as | County'cieik^f THlam«.k Connie,
candidate for renomination for the ¡O r e g o n , on or before 10 o ’clock, A,
office of County School Superin-j M , Wednesday the o<l day of April,
trndent on the Republican ticket, J
at the primary election, to he held
. . Court reserves the n right
8 , to
•i in mi.»
1 reject, any and all hide. Bv order
April Id, 1. 1-.
|of the County Court,. March 8th,
W. S. Buel.
A heautisu) line of Easter post
Charles Roosa has accepted a
Anything in plumbing at 1 Iasker
Advertise in the Courier and get
cards, also e g g dye at H i g h ’ s position with the Cloverdale Mer- !
Phone or mail orders promptly cantile Co. and will have charge of
tlie store nnd dock nt the mouth of j
He commenced his
I he Gerald C. was floated again the river.
Saturday after being beached and
and is now ready to load for an will move his family there.
ERE is an oil-burning lamp which produces a flood of
Several neighbors and friends of
pure, white light—more brilliant than gas or electricity
— yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes. It is simple
Notice— I will be in Cloverdale Mrs. 8. W. Barker,of Kitella Falls, i
and safe, clean and noiseless, does not fill the room with obnox
for one week commencing March helped her celebrate her 4.'»d birth-
ious, unhealthf u! odors. T o have a better 1 ighted home, with an
27. All dentistry work guaranteed. Uay last week Friday in a most ap
— Dr. Tatoni.
din tier was provided and an ex
wilt actually cost m o nothing. It will par tot Itself lo the oil it taset. I an
Mrs. M. E. McQund, who has
the »cent tor the Mantle Lamp C h i m u ot America anS am telling yea what I
ceedingly joyous time was had b y 1
know to be absolute tacts. Professor Rogers, ol Lewis Institute, Chicago, made
been visiting her daughter. Mrs. H.
a cotnpaiatist test ot all the IraH".* oil-burning lamps on the market—an I the
rAladdin waa f-und to glee the best light and tha most economic a! to aae. But yoc
S. Brim hall, left Monday for Los
Son’I need to accept these strong statements on my word only. Alt I eah is the opportunity lo prose
tbaaa at my own risk. I will he glad to let you
Dr. Williams and George Sher
Burning Kerosene (Coal Oil)
It Outshines Gas or Electricity
Aladdin Mantle Lamp
W hat is the use of having vour
picture taken unless you get the
be«t? Monk’s studio is turning
out nothing hut the best, and you
are invited to call on him. next
door tO'poslotlice, when in n i l» ,
T R Y an Aladdin Lamp in Your Hom e Before You Buy
wood were called to Slab Creek
I tarnish Table, Bracket, Hanging, Wall and Chandelier tapes ot lair?«—lo tact Aladdia Lampa toe arery
perpoae Just drop me a post card snd simple say you era interested. I'll he glad tobring an Aladdia Lamp la
Thursday by the serious illness of
shew yea aad lease to yoel home lo aae a might at two, aaurtJy without obligation. Mail tha card today.
Mr». Sherwood who is visiting her
•isU-r, Mrs. Dolly Ward, at that
M A N T L 5 8 23c E A C H .
| placo. They returned this morn-!
Fall Snpply of Accessories for the Lamp.
j inf reporting Mrs Sherwood some
GEO. W . ST IV E R SO N .
Special Price for one week only on the Wonderful Aladdin Lamp