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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1914)
Pnblisfced Every Triditf by
from such organizations will make
the county famous as a producer of
Prank Taylor, Editor aud Publisher. dairy cattle as well a.- cheese. There
"Entered as second-class m atter, Nov- is no reason why the income from
em berloth, 1905 at the post office at Ck>- suplus slock should not be marly
vepdale, Tilferaook County, Oregon.un-
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 18/8. equal to the cheese income and that
with very little more work than is
SU B SC R IPT IO N K a TRS
at the present time.
One Year, in advance.................. . fl.OC
Sis M onths........ .........
50 | Organizations of this kind have
Three M onths.............................................25 made thousands of dollars annually
for ihe farmers of Wisconsin in
A dv ertising K ates
sales of cattle alone to say nothing
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per of
improvement brought about
inch per month, single column. All j on the
the herds of the state. We all
T oeal Reading Notices, 5 eents per
know what co operation and or
line for each insertion.
Timber land notices
$10.00 ganization have done for the
in the manufacture and
Political Announcement Curds $10.00 county
sale of cheese and it is safe to say
J ob D
it will do as much for the breeding
Mv Job Department is complete in every and selling of high class dairy
respect and I am able to do all kinds
R. C. Jones,
Commercial Job Printing on short cattle.
notice at rousonable prices.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1914.
Death ot Mrs. Stultz.
No Route South
Tlie Scenic Shasta Route
Through Oregon and California
THREE THOUGH TRAINS DAILY
"Shasta Limited” Leaves Portland...............3.50 p. m.
‘‘San Francisco Express” Leaves Portland...8.15 p. in.
‘‘California Express” Leaves Portland.......1.30 a. in.
Direct connections at San Francisco with trains East via Ogden
or South throng Los Angeles, El Paso or New Orleans
Died at the home of her son,
Vote Yes—County High School Joseph Etzweiler, Friday last, Oc
tober 16, 1914, Mrs. Millie Ann
Stultz, aged 79 years.
ON SALE DAILY. LIMIT SIX MONTHS
The County High School Fund | Mrs. Stultz was born in the state
is the best local measure to be
a pioneer of the old type. She | Corresponding Low Round Trip Fares All Other S. P. Points
voted on at the coming election. crossed
plains with her parents
It will give the rancher an oppor in 1847, the
Tickets to all points south and east on sale daily. Litera
day when the In
tunity to educate his children with dian was exceeding
ture descriptiyr of California, The Exposition and the trip
hostile and on
San Francisco to New Orleans on application to nearest
out sending them to the city. It several occasions narrowly escaped
annihilation. Thirty-nine years
is an economic measure.
ago she was left a widow with nine
Erl. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
Holstein Breeders Organize. children te support, but she was a ‘‘M John
Products Show P o rtlan d October 86th to
Last Saturday afternoon, at the woman of indomitable will and X anufacturers and Land Novem
call of County Agriculturist Jones, erty and raising her family honor
several Holstein breeders met at ably For several years her health
the court house and organized the has been declining and seven
Tillamook County Holstein Breed- weeks ago when her daughter was
eis Association. Temporary officers buried she was absolutely helpless,
she had been for many months.
were elected to serve until a larger as
one daughter re
meeting can be called and a con main. sons The and funeral
stitution ad ipted. W. E. Noyes from the church at Oretown, Rev.
was e! ted president and Ben Kup- F. 3. Ford, pasior of the Cioverdale
pen bender, ot Nehalem, secretary. church, officiating. A large gath
of her friends and neighbors
The date for the next meeting was ering
set for October 31 at 1 p. m., and mains to their and last followed
it is hoped that ever man in the For a long time her children have
county, north south or middle, cared for her, the neighbors have
who is now using or who is plan been unceasing in their kindness
which the children feel very
ning to use a pure bred Holstein for
hull wiil make it a point to be
present at this meeting. The meet GEO. R. McKIMENS.
ing will be held at the courthouse. Independent candidate for Coun
The object of the association is | ty Commissioner, two year term,
to promote the breeding and iru- J believes in co operating with our
provernent of high grade and pure taxpayers on deciding the amount
bred Holstein cattle in the county of money to be raised each year by
and to aid the members in buying, taxation, in expending the mone\
breeding and selling first-class an in th« best and most economical
imals; also too establish n good manner and in keeping a correct
reputation for Tillamook county as and itemized account of all ex
a Holstein center. The association penses.— Paid Adv.
opposes the admixture of the blood
of several breeds and the use of
cross-bred, grade or scrub sires. It
also pledges itself to exert every
Most conveniently located
possible influence for the futher-
in Tillomook City.
n nee and improvement of the live
stock interest of the community.
TERMS—Cash or bankable
It is hoped that in the near fu
notes at 8 per cent interest.
ture we shall be able to report the
organization of some of the breed
Make the Todd Hotel lobby your
ers of the ether breeds for similar
headquarters while in the city.
purposes a* the improved breeding)
and better advertising re su ltin g P. W. TODD, Prop. Tillamook, Oregon L. M. K r a n e r , - A u c t i o n e e r
S55 Portland to Los Angeles and Return
-A T -
Cioverdale, Friday, Oc
tober 30, at 2 P. M.
'Hie following desirable stock of cattle
will be sold to the highest bidder:
14 head High Grade Jersey heifers,
3 head High Grade Holstein heifers,
5 head mixed Holstein and Dur
These heifers are from some of the
best cows in the Willamette Valley, and
Cents, Meals are coming fresh in the spring.
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75
Meitzike & G raven ,