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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1914)
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This change in the governm ent was
also a bitter pill for Mein beer Van
Vfikuaook Abstract Compatir
Vranken to sw allow . He w as Dutch
T hus . C ' . PtnuttnavT.
from th e crow n of his head to the soles
I. O . O . F .
c o x n -u rrR s u r o r
of Ids feet, and his ancestors, who hud
Nos Iucca I, i «ilge
o r T IL L A M O O K CO U N TY, OK BOON.
been sailors, bad fought th e English
No. 114 m eets each
when the N etherlands w ere a pow er on
OR BOON. Saturday a t 7 p. m.
the sea. Now. m einheer had a very TILLAMOOK CITY.
pretty daughter. Anneke by nam e, who
(»., Join» Lowrance. Sec. V isiting
v Thereby Hangs a Tale.
brothers are cordially invited to m eet
the new country th an tier old father,
wit b us when you are in Clove.rdttle.
who could be content in It only so long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
By F. A. MITCHEL
| as it was Dutch. W hen the English
landed m any of the Inhabitants of New
4- 4- 4- 4- 4- •!*■>•;• 4- <- ■ 4» 4- 4- ->• 4- •;• 4- 4- 4- 4-4- 4- 4- 4- Am sterdam w ent down to th e B attery,
The Ocean Spray Refcmca Lodge
148 meets every other W ednes
here the aquarium now stands, to see Opp. Court House,
Tillam ook, Ore day in
Tlu> city of New York was founded w them
each month a t 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Lena Coohran*, N. G .; Mrs.
on the southernm ost point of M anhat Anneke Van V ranken. buxom and w ith
Lelie (list, ¡Sooty.
tan Island and first grew to the e a st eyes as blue ns the heavens above and
ward. L ater it started up Broadway, tw o ropes of flaxen hair hanging dow n
and the east side, as it is called, fell her back.
iiiio decade no- But til! a fte r th e be One of tile boats which brought sup
Attorney at Law
12(> meets iih
ginning of the nineteenth century the
handsom est resiliences were in the
years old. three years A uneke's senior.
neighborhood of the E ast river.
cadi month, ('lias.
T IL L A M O O K . ORE.
Kay, W. M., Wm.
Some years ago w orkm en engaged in wore the jack et of a m iddy, decorated
tearing down an old dw elling near w ith brass buttons, th a t shone re Calvin R. Worrall,
Franklin square—in which W ashington splendent in the sun and added to th e
lived when first inaugurated president attraction s of his handsom e person. H is
—cam e upon a closet built in a wall eye lighted upon Anneke. who stood Business Counsellor, Titles, Ac
G U A IN G C
in which was a skeleton. IIow it got am ong those looking on, and A uneke's
Cloverdale G range
m eets on th e F irst
countant, Notary Public.
there w as a m ystery, for there w as no eye lighted on him. To her th is young
T hird S aturday
opening to the closet, it being inclosed m an giving orders to a dozen stalw art Commercial Club Hid.. Tillamook. and
:n each m onth a t 10
w ithin four thick walls. The tind w as men. who obeyed his slightest com
referred to a historical society, which mand. was little less th an a god. But E. J. CLAUSSEN,
M illie Sappington,
appointed II(die er Bogan’us. an an the young m an w as on duty and, hav
tiquarian. to investigate the whole
Attorney at Law
m atter and report. T he following Is ship, lying our in the H udson river.
ext m eted from th e papers filed with Busy as he was. how ever, young Eg
gleston found tim e to give A nneke Van
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"The fact th at the skeleton was Vranken an adm iring glance, and in Tillamook,
Meets on first and th ird Fridays of each
found w ithin four solid walls is easily return there w as a rapt ir e in tier eyes
m onth at I. O. O. K. hall at8 :3 0 p. m.
explained. The house was repaired at w hat w as to her a heavenly vision.
and altereif during the last decade of It w as but a few days a fte r th is th at Tillamook Undertaking Co. N. N. K irby, M aster A rtisan,
tne eighteenth century, and the wall while w alking under the guns of tin-
Ed W orthington, P ast M aster,
K. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
wherein w as the door to th e closet was fort. whereon the Engli h laid replaced
pplew hite, Secretary,
m ade whole. The apartm en t inclosed
N ight and Day calls
W alter Logos, T reasurer.
w as of such size th at workm en would shipm an. who was on shore leave
prom ptly attended.
not necessarily have seen w hat it con strolling about w ith a brother officer.
tained. especially since there w ere no Ttiis m eeting seem s to have resulted TILLAM OOK,
O lt Et »ON
windows to adm it light in th at part of fn an acquaintance betw een Itnlph and
Anneke. but bow It w as brought about
J. L. GEORGE, M. D.
“ As to there being such a closet a t
ail. th e story e m necte 1 w ith it is a
Our First Daguerreotype.
sufficient explanation, for the opening, The first
which was w alk'd lip. was closed by a America w as a picture of Mie U nitarian
sliding panel. W hat has not been sat church.
W ashington square. New York
M ain S t
isfactorily explained is the use for
which tin* closet w as designed. At
Phone 13 S-7.
th e tim e tiie house w as built such se fessor S. F. B Morse and occupied fif
cret cham bers were not unusual, espe History
L. L. HOY, M. D.
cially in the homes of those who were
in constant danger from some enemy.
But in Am erica when th e country was
Physician and Surgeon
first settled avenues of escape were S tew art E dw ard W ^ite tells of his
rath er tunnels through which th e set greatest disappointm ent it happened
(Commercial Flub Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
tlers m ight save them selves from be when lie w as five years old.
sieging Indians. It seem s probable “ I understood th a t those w ho m ain
th a t the house in Franklin square was tained perfect deportm ent In school DR. ELMER D. ALLEN, < » Accuracy in com pounding p re
thus provided by its builder. M einheer during the week would be given their
scriptions and nufe drugs is
Van Vranken. sim ply because he hftd choice of sw eetm eats I th erefore he-
w hat gets ns th e buslnew».
a sim ilar closet in Ids residence in R ot haved m yself w ith extraorjlidary pro Office C om m ercial Bldg
terdam . for it appears th a t his ances priety. W hen the tim e ctime and I
H ours 9 a. m. 5 p. in.
tors were prom inent officials In the dem anded my sw eetm eats I found th at
W ants to see yon, at hts store
Both Phones. Tillam ook, Ore.
you will not be urged to buy,
N etherlands during th a t period when It was my choice of a sentm ate th a t
and you are sure to lie interested
tiie bloodthirsty Duke of Alva held the had been offered. I never quite for
even if you do not see anything
gave th at teacher and shall alw ays DR. L. E. HEWITT,
country in Ids grip.”
But to the story I have unearthed consider the week af good conduct one
concerning the skeleton found in the lost out of my life.” —Exchange.
CLOUGH, -ReUabl» Dmflflist.
closet. Meiifheer Von Vranken cam e
to America in 1058. bringing with him
w hat w as In those days a fortune. "I tell you, Pat, my boy,” the big 0B8TETRICAL 8 PE Cl A L I8 T
Soon a fter landing he sent to Holland man of the tow n confided, laying a
F. R. BEALS
for brick w ith which to build Ids resi patronizing hand on the young Irish
dence and com pleted It In 1fi*’>2. model m an's shoulder, ” 1 wish I had your Office 214, 215 and 21<> Tillam ook Com
ing it a fte r bis home in R otterdam , tongue.”
m ercial C lub Building.
even to the secret closet. When it was "Sure, sor.” grinned P it “bu t it
ok * • * * * * • • < • • * • *x*
com pleted the house w as the finest in would do yez no good w ithout me * • w *
W rite for L itpratare.
th e city, which w as then a Dutch town brains.” —W om an's Hom e Com panion.
and railed New Am sterdam .
l TILLAM OOK.
Now. It w as In KHV4 th at the city
w as captured by th e English, th e “ My daughter appears to have m ar 9
! FRANK TAYLOR,
H a rn e ss an d S ad d lery
D utchm en refusing to m ake an effort ried very happily,” rem arked a lady. ft
to defend It despite th e protestations
of their governor. P eter Stnyvesant. be adm itted, but he has fam ily.”
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who stam ped w ith his wooden lug “ Yes. 1 beard he w as a widower
’and sw ore by St. Nicholas th at they w ith six childrenT’ a neighbor sniffed
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w ere an a nun* set of cow ards, un acridly.
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In the Closet
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