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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1912)
C lo v e r d a le L o d g e s .
STATE PAR AG R APH S
Dr. P. J. SHARP,
i. o . o . r .
O FFICK O P P O SIT K TH B COURT H O U SE .
HITS OF CONDENSED NEWS GATHERED FROM
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. m.
John Pennock. N .
G., John Lowrance. Sec. Visiting
brothers sre cordially invited to meet
with as when you are in Cloverdale.
O FFIC E AT T H E C L O V H W A L E H O T E L .
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
& Trust Company
The feeling aroused by the de
T h u s . C o a t is . P r e s id e n t .
cision of the supreme court in dis
solving ' tlie port of Tillamook,
COM PLETE SET OF A B S TR A C T HOOKS
The Ocean Spray Rebecca Lodge
OF T IL L A M O O K C O U N T Y , O R E G O N .
No. 148 meets every other Wednes
caused a special meeting to beheld
day in each month at 8:00 P. M.
of the port of Bay Ocean, attended TILLAMOOK CITY,
Mrs. Lelie Gist, N . G . ; Mrs. James
The Black Butte Land it Live by a large number of the residents
stock company have submitted six of Tillamook as well as the citixens
R. N. HINKLE, Mgr.
filings with State Engineer Lewis of the place. Ways and means
Successor to C. E. Reynolds
far the appropriation of water to were discussed by which to preserve
126 meets on
Thursday, on or
All , , f 1'he government appropriation for Parlors one door north of old stand.
irrigate (¡10 acres of land,
before full moon of
Night and day calls
the land is located in Crook the improvement of Tillamook bar,
promptly attended to
and the ports of Bay City and Bay
Ray, W. M.,Chas.
T. Roosa, Sec.
Ocean are arranging to extand
For the first time in the history their port boundaries to include T. H. GOYNE,
o' the famous battleship Oregon is the territory which has been loet
to visit its own state. During the to Tillamook. Several ot the Til
Elks reunion, in July, the historic lamook people pledged their sup
meets on the First
old fighting ship will he brought to
and Third Thursday
port to the port of Bay Ocean in
in each month at 10
Portland harbor. Naval officials its efforts to secure the amount o f j° * ^ ‘ ^ourt Bouse
have at last given their consent to
money required to guarantee the ;
the request that the Oregon be
government appropriation. While
Mrs. Olive Bays,
brought to Portland.
it will be impossible to get further
Asserting that Jackrahbits are assistance from the port of Tilla-
Attorney at Law
CLOVERDALE CAMP NO. 9 9 9 9
overrunning Harney county and lamook, leading citizens promise
that the time has arrived when the private contributions to help make Office Over Tillamook County Bank
1 he first great dairy show ever
held west of the Rocky Mountains
is scheduled for Portland Novem
ber 13 to 25. There will also he a
hig «ale of dairy cattle at the show.
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
paople must legislate against them, ( up the deficiency caused
A. W. (Iowans, of Burns, has dissolution of ber port,
written Attorneyslienerul Crawford
inquiiing whether a measure to be
initiated and offering rewards for
their scalps must be filed with the
county or the secretary of state,
The attorney-general in response,
says that a measure may be ini
tiated eithur to apply only to the
county or to the state as a whole,
l ut that in either case it must be
filed with the sicretary of state,
that a filing will» the county clerk
is not sufficient under the law.
| HEAD OF THE
A man who lias been working at
odd jobs utound Astoria for some
time past, but who was not long
ago at the head of one of the big-
gasl electric light companies in ll e
middle west, w is yesterday identi
fied h\ ins brother, J. 11. Goehst,
president of the Federal Electric
campanv, of Chicago. Mr Goehst
bus bten wandering over the
country for u long time drifting
from place to plate, and findly
landing at Astoria, lie perfected
ami promoted a large number of
valuable electrical inventions be
fore he began hi» wanderings, and
was president and gem nil manager
nf the Con m mwealth K e c t r c
inmpunv, capitalized at $ 7,0 H),000.
His brother was a delegate to the
National KUetrtc Light association
meeting at Seattle, and act ¡dentally
heard that his brother was in
Astoria. He will use every effort
to persuade the wanderer to return
east with him ami take his place
tune again in the ranks of the fore
most electricians of the country.
M. W. A.
Meets First and Third Tuesday in each
month. ' ’ ¡siting neighbors welcome.
L. E. WHITEMAN, V C.
J. II. CONNARN, Clerk.
DR. J. H. CONNARN
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| W. A. WILLIAMS
Cloverdale, Ore. i Reliable Harness Maker •
j PROCESSION i! H.
P. KERR, C. E.
AND SURVEYING . .
\ ecu racy in compounding pre- <’
| what gets us the business.
1 scriptiona and para drugs
tlo u g h
| Wants to see vou, at bis store
, you will lie d
tie urged to buy,
1 and you are sure to be interested
| even if you do not see anything
i von want.
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and Best Hotel
Write for Literature.
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F. R. BEALS
Will pay 9, 10 and 11c
per lb for g r e e n and
Will pick up hides while making my
regular trips to Neskowin.
Cloverdale Meat Market,
C. F. Murphy, Prop.
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I DRUGS AND
DRUG SUNDRIES!! FRANK TAYLOR,
Harness and Saddlery
For the convenience of
Can be had at
;; C. J. CROOK’S,
Fruits and Confectionery
Cigars and Soft Drinks