Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, October 16, 1914, Image 6

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State, it costs no more.
Be among the best dressers of the
Let us show you the late styles and the money-saving.
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A K K — All Suits and Overcoats are made by the J. L. Bowman it Co., Tailors.
Portland Ore. Wo take your measure and d< liver your -out in five days. Ask “ George"
to show yon the line of samples and style hook.
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HGIoverdale M ercantile 1
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They were A Social Gathering at the Van-
Galloway’s last week.
over for fish.
SAN D L\KK
Our school began last Monday
Mrs. Hayes and daughter, also
with Miss Claudia Brown,of Dallas, Jim Thompson and Mrs. Alice
as teacher.
Hoyt wore guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Wehh caught a young Win. Galloway last Sunday.
hear in one of his traps Wednes­ .Harry Brown, of Turner, is home
day.
visiting his parents.
William Galloway went to Ti l l a­
mook Wednesday to take treat­
ment from the German doctor,
Mr. llelmier and children, of
Hemlock, camped at the lake
Wednesday and Thursday. Came
to pick huckleberries,
Mrs. Kva Wehh returned from
Tillamook Tuesday, where »he had
been called bv the death of her
mother, Mrs Waymire.
There are a number of salmon to
he seen in the lake at present.
George Galloway and daughter
Alta made a trip to Beaver Satur­
day.
Geo. Galloway made a trip
Hemlock Wednesday.
to
Mrs. Brown returned home last
Monday after an 1 xtended visit to
the east.
W illin g
to O b liq e .
Y oimik t a t t y H a v e ytai a clm nlnt-
Im: lib ra r y ?
Itnokseller No. m ad a m :
I .- in a fr a id w e a r e q u ite o u t o f them.
Hut I t a n s h o w you a re v o lv in g book-
case!
Good Advice.
••fîtve de d evll bis due,” snid Urtcte
Khen. "tint m nke y o u r a r r a n g e m e n t s
ns inair as y o u ktn so yon w o n 't o w o
hlm miflln.” WashlngttMi Star.
O in t e
M u s ic a l.
Is y o u r dauirhter fond o f m n s le î ”
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t ’ u m rox
" N o m a tter Dow tt soumis
site s i f u i s to ilke It. '- W ash ingto n
St ai
D ru d g ery Is the grny
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»ngel of sue-
N o t L ite r a r y .
.I11II V is ite r Von sa y thnt a love fo r
books bron gbt y o u Itéré, m y pour m an
P rlso n er— Y e s . slr; pooketbook».— E x -
chaitire.
Mr Smith and Mr. Turner, of
T he envious will die, but envy never.
Banks, were camped at George — M oliere
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Bak»rand son Lawrence, Messrs.
T. H. Foster, Glenn VanDyke,
Dyke Home.
Thos.
Wilson, Henry VanDyke,
A delightful social gathering
Misses Ora an i Muled Dunn, Iva
took place last Saturday at the
Myers, Jenny VanDyke, May ami
residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dory Schu
VanDyke, of Meda. the occasion
being the birth anniversary of Mrs.
VanDyke and was another of the
week-end surprise parties.
The hours were whiled away in
social
chat,
ini« 1 »persed With
music, and an excellent dinner
! was tastily served by the hostess.
Much interest was shown when
a mineature model of a patented
Popular Mechanics
invention by G. W. Baker was dis
Magazine
played and its use described. It is
“ W H IT T E N S O Y O U C A N U N D E R S T A N D I T ”
hoped the invention will prove to
A G R E A T Continued Story o f the W o rld ’*
Progress w hich you may begin reading
he a success.
at any time, and which w ill hold your
interest
forever. Y ou are livin g in the best
The day was thoroughly enjoyed
year, of the most wonderful age. o f what is
doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
and before departing the guests
A resident o f M ara would gladly pay —
voted their hostess a most cordial
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n n r t FOR ONE Y E A R S
$ 1 ,U U U
S U B S C R IP T IO N
entertainer, wishing her many
to this magazine.in order to keep inform ed o f
our progress in E ngineering and Mechanics.
more such happy birthday*.
A re you reading it? T w o millions o f your
neighbors are. and it is the favorite maga­
Besides Mr. and Mrs. VanDyke
zine in thousands o f the best Am erican
homes. It appeals to all classes — old and
those in attendance were: Mr. and
young — men and women.
The "Shop N o t e »" Department (2 0 pages)
Mrs. K. S. VanDyke and daughter
gives e.i-y ways to do tilings — how to make
useful article* for home and shop, repairs, etc.
LaVene. Mrs. T. H. Wilson. Mrs
" Amateur Mechanic»" (1 0 paces 1 tells now to
make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, |..>at*
M.*rv Wei-* and son Krnest. Mrs.
engines, magic, and all the things a boy love*!
S I.S O P E R Y E A R . S IN G L E C O R IE S I S C E N T S
Molinda C Baton. Mrs. Grant
Ask rvur Nswsdeslsr t.* show rw , on« or
Daw->n, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hoi- ^ W R I T E F O R F R E E S A M P L E C O R Y T O D A Y
P O P U L A R M E C H A N IC S C O .
( lingsworth, Mrs. F. S. Foster, Mrs.
J IS W . Washington S t. C H ICAG O
K. J. Dana, Mr. at. 1 Mr-. G. W.