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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1914)
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J. B. Dimmick was in the city
from Wood* Saturday.
Will Rntmlcke was in the «|ty
from Bandlake Monday.
Joseph Steinmassl was up from
Little Nestucca Tuesday.
W. R. Robedee, of Woods, was a
Cloverdale visitor Tuesday.
Ed Worthington took a load of
hogs to Tillamook Tuesday.
Cloverdale Hotel Arrivals.
C. Huston, K. A, Ciyana, Frank
Wood; J. H. Reeves, F. W Arm
strong, Portland; Blanche Lucas,
Tillamook; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bays,
Pacific City; J. C. Strebin, Trout-
dale; J. H. McCakle and wife, Nes-
Frank Yach, of Polph, was a
The Meda Cooperative Creamery
Cloverdale visitor on Thursday.
Company wishes to receive bid
Gilbert Belleqtio was a Clover-
from cheese makers to make cheese
dale visitor from Woods Monday.
at it’s factory for the year 1915.
Mrs. lloenicke was in town Leave or send bidt to T. R. Wilson
from Sandlako Wednesday.
Cloverdale, Ore. on or before Sept
There will he no dance at the 2t>, 1014. Company reserves the
Clovt Jilale hall Saturday, Sept. 2(>. right to reject any or all bids.
Mrs. James Shearwood and fam
Meda Cooperative Creamery Co.
ily moved to the valley Wednesday.
Neodlecrait Club Meeting.
Alex Imlah and wife left Tues
Thursday afternoon the needle-
day for a two wee ks visit in the
craft club resumed its meetings
which had been postpond for the
Fred Briody was awarded second last three
four weeks, and met
prize for local pictures at the conn at Mrs. Wirt Snppirgton. The
manev forms of needlework and
Cloo Halbert left Snnday for pleasant soeial chat made the hours
Estaeada, where she will attend pass most pleasantly, and delicious
refreshment added to the pleasure
Mrs, F. J. Meifzke, returned of the occasion.
Saturday evening from u trip out hydrangia were used for decrations
in the rooms
Come out and enjoy yourself
once «gain at the movies on Sat SURPRISE PARTY AT MEDA
urday at the Cloverdale hull.
Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. H. Hollings
The Oretown, Neskowm and
worth, residents of Meda. were
Cloverdale cheese factories are now
pleasantly surprised on the anni
running every second day.
versary of Mrs. Hollingsworth, last
Jan. Moyers, Dan Fletcher, Rol
Saturday when a number of their
and MuGinnis and Mr. Price were
neighbors anil friends walked in
Tillamook visitors Wednesday.
nnanounced to help celebrate the
Miss Myrtle Murphy who has
occasion. The hours of the day
been visiting at the Chas, Murphy
were delightfuly whiled away in
home loft Tuesday for her home in
music and social conversation.
After a tastily served dinner pre
If you have not registered on or
Oct. loth you lose your vote it will pared by the hostess with delecta
be impossible to swear in your vote ble refreshments supplied by the
guests all present assembled on the
— register now.
The iury in the case of Ray lawn while Mrs. Adelia Weiss took
Cooper, of the Blaiuo shooting re several photos of the grout*, this as
turned a verdict of not guilty after a memento of the day host and
being out two hours.
hestess at a late hour in the after
Mrs. Lizzie Johnson wn> hostess noon the guests departed for their
Thursday to a party of friends. respeclive homes hawing thorough
Music and games weaa played and ly enjoyed the day and genial hos
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Hollings
at a late hour light refreshments
worth. Those present were:
were served. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hollingsworth
Mr. and James Bailey, Otto llor-
Mesdames Julia Wilson, II. D.
ti>n, Mr. ami Mrs S. Boatman and
Beckwith, Marv Barker, Adelia
family and F. Affolter On de
Weiss, (.trace Young, of Idaho,
parting all wished the hostess Mary Weiss and little son Ernest,
many ha ppy returns of the day.
Char Fox' Marv Dawson. MalinJa
Mias I,noil George was successful C Paton, Mae Schaeffer, Francis S
in receiving the award of second Foster. Mr and Mrs G W Baker
prize for fancy work at the count v and son Lawrence, Thos. H Foster
Mi Mollie Craven,
I Genera! Repairing*
Vacation Days |
| D. H. FLETCHER
But through the days coming
with your regular duties you’ll
find much pleasure in using
Step into our store and let us
show you our line of Kokaks and
how easy it is to use them.
W ni. A. H IG H
Druggist and Stationer
Report of the condition of the
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
In the state of Oregon, at the close of
business, Sept. 12, 1914.
Loans and discounts.................$00,352.82
Overdrafts, secured and un
Bonds and warrants................ .‘>,.‘500.00
Stocks and other securities.
Banking house ........................
Furniture and fixtures........... 2,200.00
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items.
Cash on hand ........................ 2,922.01
Capital stock paid in
Individual deposits subject
to check................................. 45,504.87
Cashier checks outstanding .
Time certificates of d eposit... 1,150.00
Notes and bills rediscounted. 11,900.00
Bills payable for m oney.........
State of Oregon, County 1
I, Walter J. Logos, cashier of tlie
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Walter .1. Logos, Cashier.
Correct attest:—Chas. Rav, L. M. Kra-
ner, Walter .!. Logos, Directors.
Subscribed ami sworn to before me
this 19th day of Sept., 1914.
E. L. McCabe, Notary Public
All Work Guaranteed.
ORETOVVN, O RE .
1 After enjoying a three month’s
vacation another school year is
before ua— a year filled with oppor
tunities an possibilities. From the
enthuiasm displayed by the major
ity of the pupils w® have every
reason to expect a very profitable
'2 Everyone ia delighted with the
improvement! made upon and
around the building during the
summer, which add greatly, not
only to the appearance, but to thi
3 The total enrollment at this
time is about sixty, the number
being quite evenly divided between
the rooms. Owing to the large
class of beginners, it was necessary
to move the fifth grade into the
4 A new current events class has
been organized in connection with
the history and reading work.
5 There are seven scholars taking
the ninth grade. The pupils in
this class show that thep are going
to get the most possible out of the
years work by the start they are
making They seem to have in.
mind the old, but excellet maxim.
‘ Well begun is naif done’ ’.
(> There are at present more pn-
pils in the grammar room than can
be comfortably seated. New desks
dave been ordered, however which
will probably be here before long
7 Monday, Sept. 14, being the
oa«-hundredth anniversary of the
writing of our national song “ The
Star Spangled Banner” , the schools
in the state at the request of sup
erintendent Churchill, sang this
song at twelve o’clock. The teach
ers wers asked to tell, at this time
the history of the song.
M ARIN E
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