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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1914)
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P R O F E S S IO N A L
BITS OF CONDENSED NEWS GATHERED FROM
Tillamook Abstract Company
TWOS. CoAWS. PftBSJDIftNT.
OOAttMJTTI S E T O F A B S T R A C T
T IL L A M O O K
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
T. H. GOYNE,
James McKinney, of Arlington,
Workmen Saturday completed
instantly killed last Saturday
r- ftie roof on the new Klamath
automobile accident. In
county court house. It will now
company with Ed Huxley, his son-
___he possible for work to be con in-law. Mr. McKinney, was hunt-
tinued on theTiTtFFfOT~r>-f-4hn VxuiULz. Liugj*eese in the fields near Blalock.
ii g all «'Inter, as soon as the heat They shot afTri rTipplnd q ¡.florin
ing opparatus is installed.
that was about to get away andT
into the car, they gave
Hood River experienced its first
car struck a badger
heavy frost of the season Saturday
j hole and the front axle was broken,
night. Up to that time nasturtiums, i the auto turning turtle, crushing
pansies, dahlias and other fall Mr. McKinney beneath it. Mr.
blooming flowers blossomed per I Huxley was severely bruised. Mr
fectly. The frost of Saturday 1 McKinney was one of the early
night nipped them. Pools were settlers of Gillam county.
coated with ice.
H. Gotthelf, a hide-huver, was
The heroism and presence of beaten and robbed across the river
mind of Miss Janet Estcott, a tele from Eugene at 9 o’clock in the
phone operator at Marshfield, saved morniug Sunday. He was struck
a baby’s life Monday, when she on the head with a large rock and
then kicked in the face. A purse
grasped a horse, one of a runaway containing between $95 and $100
team, by the bits not a moment was taken. Gotthelf was uncon
too soon to keep it from dashing scious for a few minutes from the
the youngster to death. The second blows and kicks anil was found in
horse of the team plunged into the that condition by a farmer who
jagged end of a heavy railing, helped him to town. Gotthelf met
which pierced the animal’s lungs the two men in the Eugene Coffee
and it fell dead. The mother of Club They represented that they
the baby, who escaped before her were farmers, and told him they
name was made known, seeing the had hides to sell. They made an
team dashing wildly toward her, appointment with him to meet
suddenly lost her presence of mind across the river, and when the hide-
and run, leaving the infant help buyer arrived at the appointed
less in the path of the runaway place, the men pounced upon him,
assaulted and robbed him.
i LOW HOUND TRIP FARES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opp. Court House,
Convemant Train Service
To all points on the P. R. & N.; also to
Southern Pacific points.
Attorney at Law
Office Over Tillamook County Bank
Business Counsellor, Titles, Ac
countant, Notary Public.
Commercial Club Bid., Tillamook.
E. J. CLAUSSEN,
Attorney at Law
-2 1 3 TILLAMOOK BLOCK—
The Oeean Spray Kebwcn Lodge
No. 148 meets every other Wednes
day in each month at 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Lena Coohran, N. G .; Mrs.
L.Hie Gist. i-V-cty.
No. lütt meets on
Thursday, on or
before full mopn of
each month. Chas.
NNy , PA
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meets on the First
and Third Saturday
in each month at 10
Mrs. E. Lundquist,
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Tillamook Undertaking Co.
Walter Logus, Treasurer,
Night and Day calls
* J. L. GEORGE, M. D.
HEAD OF THE
Office Main St.
Rhone 13 S-7.
h o y
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! Physician and Surgeon
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
j Office Commercial Bldg
Hours 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Both Phones. Tillamook, Ore.
DR. L. E. HEWITL
% Osteopathic Physician
— Both Phones—
Office 214, 215 and til0 Tillamook Com
mercial Club Building.
Pacific Railway & Navigation j 1 Reliable Harness Maker
W. A. WILLIAMS
Harness and Saddlery
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
Vo. 114 meets each
Saturday aL7 p. in.
Frank Owens. N .
G., John Low-ranee. See. Visitipg
brothers are cordially invited to meet
with us when you are in ClevcrdaTe.
Oregon Meets on first and third Fridays of each
month at I. O. O. F. hall at8:30p. ni.
| N. N. Kirby, Master Artisan,
Ed Worthington, Past. Master,
Ii. N. II KN K EL,‘ Proprietor.
Mrs. A. Applewhite, Secretary,
OBS1ETRICAL 8 P E C I A L I S T
Full particulars as to train service, specific fares be
tween all stations, etc., from nearest Agent of the
I. O . O . F .
Ray, W. M., Win.
M. Owen, Sec.
Calvin R. Worrall,
AI NSA S O I V I N Oi LL.
For Thanksgiving Day, November 26, low
round trip tickets will be sold between all
points on the Pacific Railway & Nav. Co.
also P R A N. and S. P. points in Oregon,
Novemh* r 25 and 26. Return limit No
Advertise in the Courier.
! DRUGS AND
; DRUG SUNDRIES
W W W V W W W W W W
Accuracy in compounding pre*-
script ions and pure drugs 1«
what gets u-s the business.
Wants to see you, at hiH store
you will not be urged to bity,
and you are sure to be interested
even if you do not see anything
F. R. BEALS
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