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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1914)
INTERESTING PITS OF CONDENSED NEWS GATHERED FROM
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
T hos . C oa mu. 1' k raau hat .
or .vimrsu-r hook *
or tillamook coujerr. ttvinos.
T. H. G0YNE,
Hunters returning to Pendleton
Charles L. Smith, of Portland,
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this week from the big rabbit shoot formerly of the Pine I ree Lumber
ATTORNEY AT LAW
that took place in Umatilla county
has taken charge of
the logging operations of the
for the benefit of the Portland
Lamm Lumber Company, which Oj>p. Court House,
poor, estimate that 5000 pounds of j
, recently purchased 26,0o0,000 feet
the animals were shipped.
. .. .
| of government timber near Upper
A party of fifteen Minnesota j Klamath Lake. At present he has
farmers has visited Sutherlin with- a crew of men at work getting out
in the past few days for the pur logs for the company’s mill, to
Office Over Tillamook County Bank
pose of inspecting the lands in that be built in the spring. The saw
mill to be erected will cut 70,000
vicinity. A number of them pur l, . ,
, , . feet a day at the start, and may be
chased land and
their I enlarged.
, _ , rn,
. .. of , „ this
1 he construction
intention of taking 6 up v a residence is to be started as tbe
mits, the machinery being already
For the first time in the history ordered and prepared for ship
of (he state a foreign market has ment.
Commercial Club Bid., Tillamook.
been found for Oregon onions, ten
The government contract for
carloads having recently been carrying mail from West Fork to
»■hipped to Europe via Hie canal Agnes«, Curry County, was let last
and New York, This new outlet week at Roseburg. The price of
-213 TILLAMOOK BLOCK—
has caused a sharp advance in the contract is $7,448 for a load
a pound for excess weight. In
For the first time in 30 years, winter the snow at the summit, of
the North Umpqua river, near the the coast range, nearly 5,000 feet
N. N. Kirby, Master Artisan,
R. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
Ed Worthington, Past Master,
big game preserve of Sunshine high, reaches the backs of horses
Night and Day calls
Mrs. A. Applewhite, Secretary,
ranch was frozen over for two days in depth. So bad is it that at
Walter Logus, Treasurer,
Next Door to Jones-Knudson Furniture
iast week. Old-timers say that
over the trail on snowshoea. The
the branches of the Umpqua river settlers of Curry county have vast TILLAMOOK,
were frozen over so that teams quantities of food and feed, much
could cross in 185 6, and again a of which goes out by parcel post
score of years later ice spanned the Last year the forest service franked
rivers. Fora week Douglas county a 2000 pound bridge over the route,
has been under the hand of frost being conveyed in packages of 50 Oflica Mai n S t
C lo v e rd a le
day and night.
pounds each. Twenty five pack-
Phone 13 8-7.
Dead beneath t.is led of rough ' horses and four men operate the
planks in the back room of <» base- j roUt0’ ^hieh gives quick mail j
service through one of the wildest
ment in Marshfield and in tht regions in Oregon.
midst of dirt and squalor. John
Golden, a Coos Bay pioneer, known
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
to be worth more than $20,000,
I O I - « - lf i A T
Accuracy in compounding pre
was found last week by the police. I
scriptions and pure drugs is
The.man was 75 years of age and
what gets us the business.
lived alone. Despite the fact that j WINTER SHORT COURSE— JAN. 4-30
Hours 0 a. m. 5 p. m.
Agriculture, including Agronomy,
Wants to see von, at his store
be had a monthly income of eon-
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti
you will not be urged to buy,
Both Phones. Tillamook, Ore.
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects,
and you are sure to la; interested
r-iderable over $100, Golden lived
Plant and Animal Diseases, (dream
if you do not see anything
in his shack, content to saye his; ery Management, Marketing, etc. DR. L. E. HFWITT,
Home Economics, including Cook
money, much of which fie made by
ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
! CLOUGH, Reliable Druggist.^
ing. Dressmaking and Millinery.- t
“curbstone” banking system,
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Commerce, including Business Man
borrowing money at a low rate of j agement, Rural Economics, Business
Law, Office Training. Farm Account
OBSTETRICAL SPKcTlA L I S T
interest to let it out again at n ing,
F. R. BEALS
profit. Several years ago he sold
Shopwork arid Roadbuiiding.
— Both Phones—
a corner in the business district of FARMERS WE E K —FEBRUARY’ I * OlFiee 214, 215 and 21»> Tillamook Com
A general clearing house session of
mercial Club Building.
Marshfield for $10,000. It was when
six days for the exchange of dynamic
ideas on the most pressing problems
he failed to show up and the lawyers
Write for Literature.
of the times.
Lectures by leading
knew there was money due him.
authorities. State conferences.
that suspicion was aroused, as to EXTENSION SERVICE
Offers lectures, movable schools, in
the whereabouts of »he old man.
stitutes and numerous correspondeiu*
Harness and Sad d lery
The searchers found him cold in courses on request.
his bunkroom. He recently de MUSIC: Piano, String. Band, Voice.
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No tuition. Reduced rates on all rail- |
clared to friends that the hulk of roads.
For further mb rma ion address,
his money would go to the Catholic
Advertise in the Courier. Head
The Oregon Agricultural College.
(tw -12-l-to -l-!)
CUKVAI.LI5 UHBOON bv everybody.
Attorney at Law
Calvin R. Worrall,
Business Counsellor, Titles, Ac
countant, Notary Public.
E. J. CLAUSSEN,
Attorney at Law
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
J. L. GEORGE, M. D.
HEAD OF THE
L. L. HOY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
^ DRUG SUNDRIES i
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
I REAL ESTATE
f W. A. WILLIAMS
! Reliable Harness Maker * FRANK TAYLOR,