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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1912)
C loverdale L odges.
Dr. P. J. SHARP,
i. o. o. r.
T IL L A M O O K D ENTIST
r NT ER BATING
HITS OF CONDENSED N EW S G A T H E R E D FROM
o f f ic e o p p o s it e t h e
OFFICE A T TH B CLOVERDAW HOTEL.
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. m.
John Pennock. N .
G., John Lowrance. Sec. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to meet
wiili us wlieu juu »»6 in Cloverdale
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
There were 41,800 Elks registered usual, expects to win the leading
at Portland last week attendiag prizes with products of Oregon d ry
farms. He has got in the habit of
The greud lodge of
United winning firsts for this state and ex
Workmen met in annual session at pects to repeat bis success this
According to a dispatch received
For the first time aince Governor
Weat waa elected there has been Saturday from Adjutant-General
issued an international requisition. \V. E. Finzer, of the Oregon Na
It was issued on the Canadian tional Guard, the state troops will
government for the return to Port not be brought to Tillamook
land ef S. P. Denzen, charged with county this year for their yearly
encampment and maneuvers, ow
stealing an automobile.
ing to the fact that a joint en
prize campment with regular troops of
dahlias, will have a dahlia show Idaho and Washington, will be
August 24 and 25. There is a held at Grays Habor. General
movement on toot to make Seaside Finzer was greatly impressed with
known aa the ‘ Dahlia City.,T Itia this country as a place for encamp
claimed that nowhere else do the ment when he was here with the
tlowere reach such perfection.
Portland business men’s excursion
Alfred Olson has been awarded this spring, and put the matter of
to $8000 securing grounds in the hande of
against the Silverton Lumber Co. the Tillamook commercial club.
for injuries suffered while in the It is hoped that the troops will
company's employ. He asked for come to this countv next year.
a judgment of 112,000, but the
The house public lands commit
jury after consideration of the ex tee have reported favorably a bill
tent of hia injuries reduced it to to authorize the attorney general
half that sum. <
to settle with the purchasers ef
Twenty years in the penitentiary
was the sentence imposed by Judge
Kelly, of Salem, on A. A. Allison,
an ex-convict, who. with W. H
tteeman, was convicted of holding
up O. I. Chenoweth. The holdup
was accomplished by Mrs. Reeman
luring Chenoweth into a dark
•treet where Alii mi : n and Beeman
covered him with guns. Beeman
has asked for a mimic and sentence
was deferred. Mrs. Bcemun is be
Christine Jacobson, of Elsie, wus
accidently drowned in the Nehalsm
river near her home Sunday, while
swimming with a party of y o u n g
people. She was in a skiff with
her three brothers and several
others when the boat was upset,
throwing all into the water. Miss
Jacobson sank before help could
reach her, the body t>eiug finally se
cured by diving after it, after a
search of over half an hour. She
was about 24 years of age.
Tillman Reuter, wbo makes grain
grow on the semi-arid
more than 8(X).000 acres of rail-
road grant land in Oregon at the
rate of $2.50 an acre. The land
was granted to be sold to actual
settlers at not more than $2.50 aa
acre. This stipulation was held
by the court to be ignored. Te
clear title to innocent purchaser»
the legislation was recommended.
The bill as amended validates con
veyances to all purchasers ef leas
than a thousand acres at $2 50 an
acre, approves the couse of the de
partment of justice in the prose
cution of the present euit, and pro
vides that in case of forfeiture
lands are to he restored to the pub
lic domain subject to entry under
the land laws and are not to be in
cluded in forest reserves or other
A Trust Company
T h u s . C o a t e s . P n a siD w rr.
COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACT BOOKS
OF TILLA M O O K OOOBTT, OBUSOI«.
TILLAM OOK C IT Y .
The Ocean Spray Rebecca Lodge
No. 148 meets every other Wednes
day in each month at 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Lelie Gist, N. G .; Mrs. James
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
R. N. H im C H , Mgr.
No. 126 meets on
Thursday, on or
before full moon of
each month. Chas.
Ray, W. M.,Chas.
T. Roosa, Sec.
Successor te • . I . Reynold«
Parlors one d oar north of aid stand.
Night and day calls
promptly attended to
T. x c o m ,
ATTORNEY AT LAV
meets on the First
and Third Thursday
in each month at 10
Mrs. Olive Bays,
Opp. Court House,
Attorney at Law
CLOVERDALE CAMP NO. 9999
Oflee Over Tillamook County Bank
DR. J. H. CONNARN
Meets First and Third Tuesday in each
Visiting neighbors welcome.
L. E. W H IT E M A N , V C.
J. H. C O NN ARN, Clerk.
£ < K * «PCs dXd sX# #X» eXe SX# SX« *X * dX* •*» dX» £
H. P. KERR, C. E.
AND SURVEYING . .
M. W . A.
W. A. W IL L IA M S
| Reliable Harness Maker |
Harness and Saddlery
and Best Hotel
F. R. BEALS
P. ¥. TODD, Prey.
Writs for Literature.
I RADE m ARI
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
central Oregon where none grew i Anfon.mum • •swch •»*
before, does not want anyone to il..*»
I k m «nelly
a M r l <»'aa.1»nuai.
r t l r W M U KA
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oo r PaMau
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r S E R M itl,
overlook the forthcoming Interna
P i M U u l n u r a w k M ans A la . raaalT«
tional dry farming congress to be » m a l ao li»« , w lt b o a t a s a rv a . tn I k «
held at Lethbridge, Alberta, Octo
A hanOaoBialr tllaakrakaS waaSty. Uaraaat <Rr-
ber 21 -2t*.
He is collecting ex ra latta« o f aa? aalaaUSc journal. Tarma. |3 a
raar : four nioulAa. SA Sold b , all aawadaalwa.
hibits of the products Oregon
grows by dry farming, and. ae
T IL L A M O O K .
Will pay 9. 10 and 11c
per lb for green and
W ill pick up hides while making my
regular trips to Xeeknwin.
Cloverdale Heat Harket,
C. F. Hurphy, Prop.
F R A N K TAYLO R ,
For the convenience of
Can be had at
; C . J. C R O O K ’S ,
i Fruits and Confectionery
Cigars and Soft Drinks
M E R C H A N D IS E