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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1914)
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VARIOUS SOCRCES IN OREGON
I. O. O. P.
ITIM PUTT K 8K T OK A H S Y R A C T BOOKS
T IL L A M O O K
T. H. GOYNE,
i ’ By defeating Dayton Sunday
championship of the upper Wil
The Oregon Loganberry associa
tion has raised $1200 to be Used in
a campaign by the Salem cummer
cial club to advertise loganberries
and obtain a better market for
them. The work will be com
The 600-acre fire that has been
burning for some time six miles
southwest of Canyonville has been
quenched, and the men returned
only to start out again to fight a
new fire on Panther Gulch, six
miles southeast of Canyonville.
In addition to the list of state
and privately owned lands new
opened for settlement on and near
the Tumalo project, the Oregon
Slate Immigration Commission is
now'collecting data from all parts
of the state and in a short time will
issue a similar list covering avail-
aide lands in practically every
county in Oregon.
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. in.
Frank Owens. N .
G., John Lowranee. Sec. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to meet
with us when you are in Cloverdale.
cut off Saturday while repairing
the pump at the pumping station.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
The plant is operated by electric
Tl io Ocean Spray R. becca Lodge
power and the young man was
No. 148 meets every oil ier \\ »•dues-
dnv in each month at 8:00 P. M.
cleaning the gearing, when in some Opp. Court House,
i Mrs Lena Coohran N. G. ; Mrs.
manner be turned the switch,
Lelio Gist, Sectv.
starting the machinery and it GEORGE WILLETT
drew his hand into the gearing in
such a manner as to cut off the
No. 120 meets on
hand at the wrist.
Thursday, on or
Attorney at Law
Oiilce Over Tillamook
before full moon of
H. D. Badger and wife, while on
each month. Chas.
TILLAM O O K . ORE.
Ray, VV. M., Wm.
their way to Ashland the other
M. Owen, See-.
day had the good fortune to sight Calvin R. Worrall,
a doe, two yearlings and a fawn
near the summit of Greenspring
were Business Counsellor, Titles, Ac
quite tame and waited by the road
meets on the First
countant, Notary Fublic.
until the car went bv and stopped,
in each month at 10
when they walked across and went
M illie Sappington,
into the brush, seemingly very FRANK TAYLOR,
W . M.
little frightened. A short time
M rs. E. Lundquist,
ago a five-prong buck was found
dead in Jenny Creek, having been
Cloverdale, Ore. A R T I 8 A M L O D G E »
shot by some hunter and not found
,_I,The movement of the recall of
the Columbia countv court is be
ing urged in Clatskanie. The pe
titions which are being circulated
cite the following alleged facts and
Complaining that the manage
charge selfishness and extrava
ment ci evLcal railroad companies gance in the management of the
in the state allowed passengers business of the county on the part
during the recent warm spell tore- of County Judge \V. A. Harris and
move their shoes, and that the at Commissioneis Louis Fluhrer and
mosphere of the cars became un John Farr: That a road has been
bearable, a resident of the state, ordered built between the city of
whose name is withheld, has asked ¡St Helens and Columbia City and
the State Railroad Commission to Warren highway at a cost of about
issue an order forbidding passen $60.000, which road when com
gers from indulging in the prac pleted, will be of no practical bene
tice in the future. Pending an in fit to the public and is being built
vestigation to determine whether parallel with the present county
it has jurisdiction over the subject road for a distance of about three
matter, the commission has taken i miles, also that an automobile
the complaint under advisement truck was purchased at a cost of
$1,675 without advertising for bids.
O. A. Miller, son of J. II. Miller,
proprietor of the Junction City-
Neyer say die. Expire sounds
water system h»d his right hand more classy.
Walter Logus, Treasurer,
Write for Literature.
HEAD OF THE
J.L. GEORGE, M. D.
Phone 13 S-7.
Physician and Surgeon
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
Office Commercial Bldg
Hours 9 a .m .
With new buildings, better equip
bn.ry W o - i , Music, Architecture,
. ly_i!Cal Training and Fine Arts.
and strongest departments
of m o re than M,
v o lu m e «, t w o
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fo r w o m e n . E rp e a * * # lo w e s t.
V r ..e fv.r c a t a lo g a r d t.fuiLrrrcd b o o k le t,
A tV r.-ssin r R e g istra r,
5 p .m .
— Both Phones—
Ollice 214, 215 and 210 Tillamook Com
mercial Club Building.
W. A. WILLIAMS
o s is o n
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Advertise in the Courier.
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Sente ette ex* ette ex*ax* •> • ex*#>•
Wants to see you, at his store
you will not be nrgfhd to bny,
and you are sure to he interested
even if you do not see anything
| CLOUGH, Reliable Drupyist.^
OBSTETRICAL S P KC I A L I S T
? DRUG SUNDRIES
Accuracy in compounding pre
scriptions rfnd pure drugs is
what gets us the business.
I t p a y s t o a d v e r t i s e ' i n t h e C l o v e r d a l e C o u r ie r DR. L. E. HEWITT,
nif it, enlarged grounds, and many ad
ditions to its faculty, the University
° Oregon will begin its thirty-ninth
ye^r Tuesday, September 15.
.‘■oecial training for Business, Jour-
rial iAna, Law, Medicine. Teaching, Li-
L. L. HOY, M. D.
N. N. Kirby, Master Artisan,
Ed Worthington. Past Master,
Mrs. A. Applewhite, Secretary,
Ofiioo Main St
Meets on lirst and third Fridays of each
month at I. O. O. F. hall a t8:30 p. m.
F. R. BEALS
and can save you tlm middle-man's
profit. Engines are shipped direct to
S us from the factory at Detroit, Mich.
We do not buy through an) • :ency and
can sell you a marine or stationary en
gine at the lowest possible price. Sumple
Read engines on display.
FRANK TAYLOR, Agent, Cloverdale.