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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1912)
Today is the longest day of the
Ed McGlinchy, of Meda, was in
the city Monday.
The ferryboat at Woods was put
in commission Tuesday.
Levi Green was
Torn Wilson and Chas. Fox were
up from Meda Thursday.
Elmer Webb and wife were vis
itors at Oretown Tuesday.
L. M. Kraner commenced paint
ing hia new block yesterday.
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♦ For Confectionery,
t Soft Drinks, Ci-
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thing f o r
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! Cam pers’ Lunches
C lo v e r d a le , O re.
Guy Bunn and family visited
home folk« at Beaver Wednesday.
J. H. Fitzgerald, of 1’ . W. C. R. &
11. E. Follett and 1). H. Fletcher
N. Co. fame was in Cloverdale
were up from Oretown Wednesday.
Rev, Blalock will preach in the
Dell Renter, Lyle Craven and L
Baptist church. Cloverdale, at 11
E. Whiteman were up from Meda
a. m. All are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Nets Pearson. Mr9.
Miss Ellen McKimmens left the
J. Anderson und Mrs. E. S. Lund-
first of the week for her home at
(¡uist and children, of Carlton, are
visiting at the home of Chas. Lund-
Mr. Virgil was in Cloverdale yes quist this week.
terday enroute from Portland to
Rev. Clark has been absent from
his place at Woods.
Cloverdale the greater part of this
Cha-. Fox and wife, 8. E. Gaines week in attendance at the Portland
and Fred Weiss, were in the city Presbvterv at Tillamook. He re
from Meda Saturday.
Miss Emma Ward, of Neskowin,
Wednesday night the Tillamook
was the guest if her sister Mrs. mail came in by auto owing to the
Landiiiglmm, ttiis week.
fact that the regular rig was out
Lester Ray and family and Mrs. of commission. It is reported that
J Jensen, of Oretown, were busi an auto will be put into commis
sion on this route shortly.
ness visitors in the citv Tuesday.
0. A. Smith was elected director
and Elmer Webb re-elected clerk
at the annual school meeting Mon
Ice Cream Soda
Joe Clark, of Pacific City, was
in Cloverdale today.
Plasker Bros., Tillamook,
leaders in the plumbing line.
block last Sunday night by crawl
ing through a window and carried
Billiard and Pool
away a bundle of wall paper which
was te he used on the kitchen
walls. The V also left a threaten
ing letter to Frank Foster, the
We are arranging to supply hunters
^arber occupying a portion of the
and campers with »munition this
fall. Our line of Shells, etc. will
Rumor is current here today soon be here. Let us know your
that Capt. Dodge and his crew and wants.
launch have been lost off Salmon
river bar. Efforts have been made
to learn the authenticity of the
rumor without result. Capt. Dodge
is in the deep sea fishing business
and is reported to have left Tilla-
Mrs. Wheeler, a noted elocution : mook last Sunday.
ist of Portland, will be in Clover-
Chas. Ray returned home Mon
dale and talk to the ladies in the
His neice, Miss
church Thursday afternoon next day evening.
at 2:30 and also hold an evening Millie Iler, returned with him, ac
meeting to which all are invited.
companied by,her sister-in-law and
Frank Worthington with a road
crew for the past week has been
Mrs. L M Dennis, of Neskowin,
hauling gravel on the roads here
Sundnyed over in Cloverdale with
Mrs Dr. Connarn and on Monday
l>oth went to Tillomook from which
daughter Grace, and Mr. and Mrs.
place Mrs. Dennis left for Portland
W. A. Renter werp up from the
where she will visit her mother for
a few dava previous to the latter’s
Subject for the sermon next Sun departure for Brazil.
day evening: “ How a Ruh r was
There is such a thing as carry
Taught to Look I p ” Preaching
ing this boosting business too far.
al Oretown at 11 a in.
Last Sunday an unruly bull lie-
Mrs Mable Ma|H>s. accompanied longing to Frank Bowles and
by Miss Carrie Brown,of Sanolake, running at large attacked Mrs.
visited at the William Lawrence Burt
Hudson, of Woods, and
home the first of the week.
boosted her entirely over a fence.
Mrs Ivan Gist was taken to Til Mrs. Hudson was carrying their
lamook last Sunday where an little child and with a mother’s
operation for appeniecitis was |>er- forethought dropped the child in
fortned Wednesday. A telephone side the fence liefore the animal
message received this morning
advise« that she withstood the reached her. She was considerably
e|)#ration nicely and is gradually bruised but is again able to be out
Pacific City, •
child,of Heppner, and Mrs. Lamar
and children, of Tillamook, also
Miss Ava Owen, who returned
home from her school at Portland
where she has been ttie past four
For sale— 100 acres of land in
Tillamook county, Oregon, town 5
8. R. 10 W., sections 11 and 12,
located on countv road three miles
east of Meda. Plank house— 4
rooms, barn 14x24, noshed. About
10 or 12 acres cleared and in culti
vation, balance brush and timber.
Price f 10OO, Terms. Enquire W,
H Stewart, Dayton, Oregon.
Hotel and Livery Barn for Sale
Good Hotel and Livery Barn
located at Cloverdale for sale. An
excellent opportunity for the right
party. Enquire at this office.
Orders taken for
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