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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1912)
STATE PARAGRAPH S
4 . SHARP,
b it s of c o n d e n s e d
g a t h e r e d from
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
I. O . O . F.
o r n e s o p p o s it e t h k c o c b t h o u sk .
OKFICIC AT THK CLOVKKOALB HOTEL.
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. in.
John lVnnock. N .
G., John Low ranee. Sec. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to meet
with us when you are in Cloverdale.
T illam ook Abstract
The Ramona hotel at Hood
River was burned Sunday morn
ing. The origin of the fire is un
known. The flames spread so fast
that the lodgers on the third floor
had to save themselves bv jumping
from their windows
Nurserymen of the whole country
will come to Portland next summer
for the annual convention. They
met in Boston during the past
week and gladly accepted Port
land’s invitation presented by
commercial bodies and backed by
the Governor and Mayor.
The b. dy of Thomas E. Wells,
who was drow ned at the state fish
hatchery on the McKenzie river,
30 miles east of Eugefte, on June
2, was found 15 miles below that
point Saturday afternoon by a
crew of loggers working on a drive
in the river. The body was lodged
against a pile of drift and had the
appearance of having been there
for some time.
Losing his balnnce while watch
ing the rose festival crowd Satur
day night at Portland Charles E.
Gavin, aged 45. fell to the side
walk from the window of his room
at the Hotel Portland and was in
stantly killed. Gavin was a travel
ing salesman for the J. F. Hill
paving company of Chicago and
resides in Milwaukee to which
place the body was shipped.
An experiment station for Coos
county to aid fruit growers in the
region west of the Coast Range of
mountains is a project that has been
ee; on foot. Climate and soil con
ditions of the coast country are
different from those prevailing in
other parts of the state and it is
felt that such a station would be
of great benefit to fruit growers.
Societies are being organized in
different sections of Coos county
to accomplish this result.
A serious accident occurred Sun
day on the county road two miles
south of Gervais, when a traveler
in a covered wagon with his wife
and five children had a collision
with an automobile. As the auto
approached one of the traveler’s
horses became frightened and the
man jumped out of the rig to hold
the horse when the automobile ran
over him. breaking several iiba
and injuring him internally. He
was taken to the hospital at Salem.
The man’s name was J. B. I*ow
and the physicians holds out. little
bope for his recovery.
driver of the auto did not stop, his
name was not learned.
A Trust Company
State Engineer Lewis character
izes jthe DesChutes river as the
T h o s . C o a t k s . P k k s id k n t .
most wonderful stream in the
COM PLETE SE T O F AHSTUACT BOOKS
O F T IL L A M O O K C O U N T Y, OK EGON.
world, after a trip through it’s
entire drainage basin. He says TILLAMOOK CITY,
possibilities for irrigation are tre
mendous and the future develop Tillamook Undertaking Co.
ment of water power no less so.
R. N. HINKLE, Mgr.
He estimates nearly 900,000 horse
Successor to 0. E. Reynolds
power can* be generated in this Parlors one door north of old etaud.
stream by lfi dam sites already
Night and day calls
promptly attended to
located. An enormous increase
can be made by harnessing tribu
T. H. GOYNE,
The Ocean Spray Rebecca Lodge
No. 148 meets every other Winlnes-
day in each month at 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Lelie Gist, N. G .; Mrs. James
No. 120 meets on
I i n n c u o i i
before full moon of
•ach month, ('has.
Kay, W. M.,Chas.
T. Roosa, Sec.
Livestock men of the whole
country have been in session in
Portland during the past week and
meets on the First
and Third Thursday
while here learned many things
in each month at 10
ahout Oregon’s growing livestock
industry. Delegates to the Nation
al Livestock Exchange represented
Mrs. Olive Bays,
14 leading stockyard centers of
the United States. They handle
A tto rn e y at Law
CLOVERDALE CAMP NO. 9 9 9 9
an immense number of cattle each
year and they went back to their Office Over Tillamook County Bank
homes with a better idea than they
Meets First and Third Tuesday in each
ever had before of Oregon’s impor
month. Visiting neighbors welcome.
tance as a livestock state.
L. I'. WHITEMAN, V
ATTORNEY AT LAW
M . W . A.
PR. J. H. CONNARN
HEAD OF THE
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H. P. KERR, C. E.
W. A. WILLIAMS
Accuracy in com|>ounding pre
scriptions ami pure drugs is
what gets us the business.
j Reliable Harness Maker f
* Harness and Saddlery
R eliable Druggist
is the only
ASSET TOU HAT HAVE IN
CASE OF DISASTER.
WE WRITE THE KIND THAT
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and Best Hotel
F. R. BEALS
P. w. TODD, Prey.
Will pay 9, 10 and 11c
per lb for green and
salted H idesa
Rates made known and
information gladly given.
Will pick up hides while making my
Rollie W. Watson
regular trips to Neskowin.
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Write for Literature.
Wants to see vou, at his store
you will not be urged to buy,
and you are sure to l»e interested
even if you do not see anything
AND SURVEYING . .
J. 11. CONNARN, Clerk.
Cloverdale Heat Market,
C. F. Murphy, Prop.
Fur the convenience of
Can be had at
C . J. C R O O K ’ S ,
Fruits and Confectionery
Cigars and Soft Drinks