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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1915)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
Tillamook, Ore., Feb. 25 , 1915 ,
Field Worker and Club Organizer
Prof. F. L. Griffin will spend the week,
from March 1 to the 5th, in the schools
of the county. He will have his lantern
and slides and give illustrated talks
where practicable. Agriculturist K. C.
Jones and County Superintendent Buel
will accompany Mr. Griffin and assist
him in his work. It is the intention to
make as many schools as possible. Wince
it is quite impossible to reach every
school in the county in one week, and
that being all the time alloted to us by
Mr. Griffin, wre have planned the fol
lowing schedule. It is hoped that the
school patrons and everyone interested
in the movement will attend these
meetings. It is also suggested that
schools not included in this schedule
but are sufficiently near to attend a
meeting of some seliool included, dis
miss for a period and teacher and pupils
attend in a unit. Everyone within
reach is especially requested to attend
the evening sessions, and get some good
lessons along the lines which Mr. Grif
fin shall speak, and see his selection of
Monday, March 1, forenoon—Wheeler
and Moliler; afternoon—Manzanita,
Nehalem, Union High School; evening
Tuesday forenoon—Balm Barnesdale,
Crane School, Miami; afternoon—Gari
baldi, Bay City; evening—Tillamook
High School auditorium.
Wednesday forenoon—South Prairie,
Fauceil Creek, Pleasant Valley; noon
hour—Yellow Fir mill; afternoon, Hem
lock, Beaver, Hebo; evening—Beaver
Thursday forenoon—Meda. Union; af
evening—Grange hall, Fairview.
Friday forenoon—Tillamook, Wilson
River, Fairview ; afternoon—Red Clover,
Long Prairie, Hunt School; evening—
W. S. Buel.
Attend the band concert and George Worthington is having S t o c k T o n i c s
material put on the ground for im
basket social tonight.
Cows «n I horses, like the human,
Cedar fence posts for sale. E. provements to his home.
needs at this season a good System
Plasker Bros, tor all kinds of Tonic.
G. Anderson. Hemlock.
Don’t neglect the needs of
Herman Farmer, of Beaver, was plumbing, batn room outfits and your cows and other stock. Look
fixtures. Tillamook. Ore.
in Cloverdale Wednesday.
after their needs and they’ll make
Mrs. W. M. Owen returned home Watch work a specialty. Opposite it up in returns.
For your benefit we have made
from Portland Wednesday.
postoffice, Tillamook, Oregon.
a close study of this part of our
Hr. Wendt fits glasses. Til-
business and are prepared to fur
lamook, Ore. I. O. O. F. Bid. We have a fine trade in Satis nish
you with the best of Stock
faction Coffee; its always good.
I.. M. Kraner attended a Fair Three pounds for $1.00, postage Remedies, prepared expressly for
Board meeting at Tillamook Mon* paid. E. G. Anderson, Hemlock. you, Mr. Dairyman and Stockman,
in your business a» a duijyman
Mrs. R. M. March returned creek bottom and bench land with and stockraiser.
home Wednesday from a visit to good barn, t4 acres cleared, $100 Give us a call when in need of
Remedies. Now is the time
per acre. It takes $1000 cash to Stock
Rollie Watson, the “Insurance handle this anil its an excellent to use them.
Man,” of Tillamook, was in Clover- huv. Taylor Real Estate Agency.
Diamond “W” Baking Powder W m . A. H IG H
Apples—Fancy Baldwins 11.50; Gives the same results at half the
THE RELIABLE DRUGGIST
extra fancy $1 60 per box« V. price. Pure and guaranteed. 25c CLOVERDALE,
per pound, postage paid. E. G.
Sam Bauer, of Neakowin, was Anderson, Hemlock.
shaking hands with Cloverdale
D. T. Werschkul, F. S. Ford and Chas.
friends Tuesday evening.
On Friday afternoon, Feb. 19, Hay, of Cloverdale, were in the city
Pomona Grange meets in Clover at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Comp Monday.
Loyd Kellow and Ole Lane, of Hebo,
dale next week Thursday. Prep ton. a very pretty wedding took were
arations are being made for a big place, when Blanche, their eldest Mrs. in B. the M. city Webb
and daughter. Mrs.
daughter, was given in marriage to Anderson, of Falls City,
Ore., were in
Mrs. Ciarunce Hush beck is en were present outside of the family. friends and relatives. week visiting
tertaining her sister-in law, Mrs. The ceremony took place in the George Galloway and John Caqaeron,
Bert Webb and daughter, of Falls beautifully decorated parlor, con of Samilake, were in the city Wednes
BAY c n Y 50 , CLOVERDALE 28 .
By superior team work of the Buy
ducted by Rev. F. 8. Ford, pastor day.
team and Cloverdale handicapped
Miss Emma Bauer, of Neakowin, of the Cloverdale Presbyterian W. N. Bays, of Reaver, was a business
absence of Bain, the demon
will be udded to the large list of church. After congratulations the visitor in the city Wednesday.
went down to defeat
L. Starr, of Portland, was in the in a hard fought battle
high school pupils in the Clover friends were conducted to the din city C. Wednesday.
by the score of
dale school Monday.
ing room where a substantial J. R. Low ranee, of Cloverdale, was 50 to 38.
Captain Foster of the visiting team
We have a fine trade in Satis wedding dinner was served under in the city Wednesday.
light of the evening,
faction Coffee; its always good. the direction of Mrs. Compton, H. M. Farmer and wife, of Beaver, while the P. shining
was the best
were in the city Wednesday.
Three pounds for $1.00, postage assisted by Mrs. Allen.
point maker for the home, team, making
paid. E. G. Anderson, Hemlock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kirby are estim- Ike Hiner, of Beaver, was a Tillamook 22 points. He was also strong on con
verting fouls into points, making 6
young people and well known visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Werschkul ahle
out of 8 chances.
in the neighborhood. The Courier Mrs. Eugene Atkinson, of Sandlake, points
are enjoying a visit at Wheeler joins
up as follows:
a business visitor in the city
their many friends in wish was
Bay City 50
and Tillamook this week with ing. them
Mrs. Werschkul’* sister, Mrs. Min- life’s way.
Peter Amacher, of Portland, a former P. M. Sti verson 22.. ,F. ....... Foster 24
Gist 4 ........................C .. Cochran 10
resident of this county, was in the city Cooper
sker, and Mr. Wirsckul’s brother,
2.................... G .. . . . . . . Pike 2
the first of the looking after property McCabe..................G.,
Diamond “W” Baking Powder interests.
Forest Avers, Edgar ard William
Mr. Kaufman, a saloonkeeper, of Til
TILLAMOOK DOWNS HEBO
Gilbert, of Beaver, John Holgate.1 pric®’ ^ r s and guaranteed oc lamook,
night before the largest
8. C. Woods and. Bud Wallace, of **"T Pound’ P°8t*Ke Pft,d- E. G. Wednesday night while attempting to crowd of the season, Tillamook High
assault a lady living out on Seventh beat Hebo 43 to 11. The game was not
East Beaver, E. C. Anderson and Anderson, Hemlock.
and Fifth avenue. The lady with as one sided as the score indicates.
Elmer Nordatrum, ol Hemlock, Presbyterian Church Notes.
child lives alone, her husband Hebo put up a hard fight all the way
SUNDAY, KKB. 28.
attended Masonic lodge here last
living employed by the Coats Lumber through the game.
There will be no morning ser Co. logging camp on Bewlev creek. The stars for the evening were Mail-
the pastor will be at Ore- Kaufman entered the house with intent dux for Tillamouk and Furkner for
The Xeedlecraft enjoyed a very vice,
to assault when he received two shots Hebo.
pleasant afternoon Thursday ut Sunday school as usual.
from a pistol. He confessed to Sheriff The line up:
the home of Mrs. J. L. Public service in the evening at Crenshaw. Kaufman is at the Wendt U McGinnis
sanitarium in a precarious condition. W McGinnis fi . . .. . F... ...
George. Several piano solo« 8 o’clock. Special music.
The Postmaster at Garibaldi, Fred Forkner............... ...C... .. Wallace 20
played by Mis? Lucile George Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. Alexander,
is in trouble for alleged ap Gules....................
added much to the pleasure of the All are welcome.
propriation of funds belonging to the Kellow................. . G . .
afternoon. The guests present
K 8, Ford, Pastor. poatolfiee department. He was indicted Fancy local creamery butter
were Meadamea J L. George, Frank Eves tested and glasses fitted— by tlie Grand Jury sitting iu Portland. ¡75 cents per 2-lb square, postage
Worthington. Chae. Lundquiet, A any kind. Prices right. A H. Alexander
, and . was
. . arrest to ' paid direct to you. Give us your
A Arstill, E. L. Worthington and Harris, opticion. At Tillamook Portland. It is charged that his de. regular butter business. The Satis-
Miss Lucile George.
Drug Store, Tillamook, Oregon. falcations amount to over 11300.
faction Store, Hemlock, Ore.