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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1914)
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OF T IL L A M O O K C O U N TY , OF. BOON
V A R IO C S SU I’ LU ES IN OREGON
T IL L A M O O K C IT Y
Ï . H. GOYNE,
THE LIFE CAREER
An election was held at C< quei !e
this week to levy a two per cent
tax for city 7 exp en ses, instead of is
suing saloon licenses. 1 he pro
posed tax carried ! » \ a majority of
ATTORNEY AT LAW
“ Schooling in youth should invariably be
directed to prepare a person in the best way
for the best p rinanent occupation for which
he is capable. —PresidentC. W. Kliot.
This is the Mission of the
Mrs. Martha Eiger, of Wedder-
Forty ■sixth School Year Opens
burn, shot uml killed herself last
Wednesday evening, it is alleged, S E P T E M B E R 18th, i q i 4
rite for illustrated 100 -page Book
after a quarrel with her husband. let, W "THE
LIFE CAREER,” and for Cata Office Over Tillamook County Bank
into her bedroom, log containing full information.
T ILLA M O O K . ORE.
D egree Courses — AGRICULTURE .
slummed the door and fired a
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus
bullet into her heart.
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture. C alvin R. Worrall,
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
Warren Reed, a capitalist of L ogging E ngineering , home eco
West Douglas and founder of Reed- nomics : Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
port, shot himself last Thursday Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining Business Counsellor, Titles, Ac
while hunting and the bullet tore Ceramics. C ommerce . P harmacy .
countant, Notary Public.
I ndustrial arts .
away n part of Ins hand. The
Vocational t ourses-Agricu11ure, Dairy Commercial Club Bid , Tillamook
shooting was accidental and the ing, Home Makers’ Course. Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
injury, while serious, is not ex
School o f Music—Piano, String, Band,
pect* d ter be fa t a 1 .
N o t a r y P u b lic
Farmers Business Course by Mail Free.
Medford is said to he in line for
A d d re s s T I I K R E G IS T R A R ,
C lo v erd ale, O re
C o rv a llis , O re go n
a -plendid addition to its indus (tw-7-16 to 9-9)
tries in the form of a sawmill to
eost approximately $1,000.000. It is going to kill the China pheas F. R. BEALS
is expected the m ill will be built ants on his place, as he says the
birds are eating his corn, and he
invited the game wardens to go
W rite for Literature
over and watch him, declaring that
he will make a test case in the
T IL L A M O O K
courts. E. C. Hills, deputy war
den, savs he will accept the deli
J. L. G E O R G E , M . D .
and has sent notice to Bushncll
that lie will be over there. The
P h y sic ia n and
law provides that birds and ani
S u rg e o n
mals that destroy property may be
killed upon permission from the
Phone Id 8-7
State Game Warden, hut Bushncll
is said to have no such permit.
Hills sa\s he will arrest the man L . L . H O Y , M . D.
if he sees pheasants shot.
P h y sician and S u rg e o n
a milking Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore
machine learn about the B. L. K
milker sold by Dusker Bros.. Til D R . E L M E R D. A L L E N
All the latest improve
VS it!) new hU’ Idins” ’. beiier equip-
J ground», and mooy sd-
. 1 to it ivu ity. the University
' . ' i " i l l t:i .-in its thirty-ninth
■ > ir Tuesiiuy, September 15.
-w! traiaiug for Business, Jour-
Law, Medicine, Te-icbinc, Li-
o 'York. Music, ArchiteCtare.
Honrs ha. m.
iir. nil education.
Meets uii first and third Fridays of each
month at I. O. O. F. hall ut8:30p. m.
X. N. Kirby, Master Artisan,
Ed Worthington, Past Master,
Mrs. A. Applewhite, Secretary,
W alter Logus, Treasurer.
j j Wants to see vou, at ids store 5
(I you will not be
and you are sure to he interested *
j| e v e n if you do not see anything J
W. A. W IL L IA M S
Reliable Harness Maker
$180. m 3 AtolnubtitioA f
U M i V E R s ilY C f OREGON
W CH St. ORIdON
< I CLOUGH, Reliable DrnSgist.|
W E A R E FAC TO R Y
— Both Phones—
u j u . * u - w c t - tiding* f u ll y I
' i c r m i M r i - » for u wn and
< 1 you want.
Otlice Ü14, 215 und 2UI Tillamook Com
mereiai Club Building.
r 1 jr i'i tp*»rf than 5#.(K-9 volum e* tw o I
for a atn’ i'ij a.i,d lilu tiraiftl book let, I
OBSTETRICAL S P E C I A L I S T
• .:D|? in course o f ro tu tn td id n
M illie Sappington,
Mrs. Fi. Lundquist,
’tiYMcal Vr.vning und Fine Arts.
r'.'‘*st »1 '■ »ti-.ngest dep-rtments 1
R A N G E
meets on the First
and Third Saturday
in each month at 10
Otlice Commercial Bldg
DR. L. E. H EW ITT,
.. K . , t’ j
No. 12B meets on
Thursday, on or
before full moon of
each month. Chas.
Ray, f f . M., Win.
M. Owen, Sec.
Accuracy ui compounding pre-
< > scriptions and pure drugs is
11 w hat gets us the business.
D en tist
File Cloverdale Courier $1 a vear
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The Ocean Spray Rifaeeca Lodge
No. 148 meets every other Wednes
day in each month at 8:(X) P. M.
Mrs. Lena Coohran, N. G .; Mrs.
Lelio Gist, Secty.
ments to make it a perfect milker
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. m.
Frank Owens. N .
G., John Lowrance. See. Visiting
brothers are cordially invited to meet
with us when you are in Cloverdale.
and can save you tlie middle-man’s
profit. Fiu:dies are shipped direct to
us fi in tli* factory at Detroit, Mich.
Advertise in the Courier.
canscll you a marine or stationary en*
i i • at tin* lowest possible price. Sample
Read engines on display.
FRANK TA Y LO R , Agent, Cloverdale.