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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1915)
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C lo v e r d a le L o d g e s .
Tillamook Abstract Company
T h o s . C o a ' mss . P k k s s u b x t .
BITS OF CONDENSED tiEW S GATHERED FROM
CXiMPlAfTK SILT O F A B S T R A C T
VARIOUS SOURCES IN OREGON
T IL L A M O O K
i. o. o. r.
Ncatucea Lodge N
No. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 n. in.
Jno Lowrance. N.
G , F. Worthington, Sec.
brothers are cordially invited to m e e t
with u.s when vou are in Cloverdale.
OK B O O N .
Frank Davey, of Salem, speaker
of the 1907 session of the legisla
t u r e , and member of the recent
session, will succeed Tom Wilson
as clerk of the penitentiary.
The jetty at Nehalem is com
pleted for about 1,200 feet and is
already having a marked effect
upon the channel. Rock is now
being dumped into about 20 feet of
Chamberlain is advised by the
postoffice department that as a re
suit of the inspector’s report the
Tillamook postoffice will be re
moved to the Masonic building,
for a term of five years.
Governor Withycomb has issued
a requisition upon the governor of
New York, aBking for the return
to this state of A. B. Cook, wanted
in Salem for issuing fraudulent
checks. He is under arrest in
T. H. COYNE,
a rifle, he waited for them to come
out. When they finally emerged
loaded down with plunder he
called on them to halt, and when
they broke and ran, he tired, with
the result that one was killed. He
has not been identified. Grady
was recently released from the
county jail where he had been
held for several months on a
found on Grady makes-n clear case
out against him, declares the
sheriff. It is believed the men are
the same who four hours earlier
stores without gelling any loot of
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opp. Court House,
The Ocean 8prav Re bacca Lodge
No. 148 meets every other W ednes-
day in each month at 8:00 1*. M.
Mrs. I.ena Coohran , N. G. M-s.
Lelie Gist, Sectv.
Attorney at Law
Office Over Tillamook County Bank
E. J. CLAUSSEN,
No. 120 meets on
Thursday, on or
before full moon of
each month. E. K .
Gilbert. W. M .;
Win.M .Owen, See.
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Attorney at Law
—213 TILLAMOOK BLOCK—
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
Fancy local creamery butter
R. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
75 cents per 2-lb square, postage
Night and Day calls
paid direct to you. Give us -your
regular butter business. The Satis Next Door to Jones-Kntidson Furniture
faction Store, Hemlock, Ore
TILLAMOOK, . -
G R A N G E
meets on the First
and Third Saturday
in each month at 10
Mrs. E. Lundquist,
Meets on first and third Fridays of east
month at 1. O O. F. hall at8: 30p. m.
Office Ground Floor
Bell Phone 5I!-J J. L. GEORGE, M. D.
The co-operative cannery
P. O. Box 147
N. N. Kirby, Master Artisan,
Newberg paid to farmers of that
With Rollie Watson
Ed Worthington. Past Master,
region $24,454 last year, practically
all of it for produce which would Abstracts on Short Notice
Offica Main St
Walter Logos, Treasurer,
otherwise have been lost. The
Phone 13 8*7.
cannery made a net profit of about
$3,000, which was better than e x
ABSTRACT CO. L. L. HOY, M D.
pected for the first year. Co-oper PACIFIC
ative establishments of this kind
Physician and Surgeon
L. V. EBERHARD, Manager.
are likely to prove the salvation of
thousands of Oregon farmers.
Complete Set of Abstracts of the Records
HEAD OF THE
of Tillamook County, Oregon.
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
While returning from a call at
DR. E L M E R D. A L L E N ,
Oinay last week Dr. Pilkington ot TILLAMOOK.
Astoria had a narrow escape from
serious injury when his automobile
Office Commercial Bldg
skidded in the poft clay and
Hours 0 a. m. 5 p. m.
dashed down a gullev at the side
Both Phones. Tillamook, Ore.
of the read. Luckily the machine
struck right side up. permitting
DR. L. E. HEWITT,
the driver to escape with but a
slight jar. The physician had to
get a team to pull the car back
into the road. The car fell 15 Our Stock of WALL PAPKR com O B 8 T E T R IC A L s P E C l A L I %
— Both Phones—
Discovering three burgulars rob
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bing the general merchandise store
of Joe Gooding early Saturday
morning at St. Paul, Dan Girdle,
a citizen of that town opened fire
with a rifle, and killed one of
them. Deputy Sheriff Needham
shortly afterward arrested James
Grady and Frank Undermeyer, and
Most conveniently located
they are being held in connection
hotel in Tillomook City.
with the burglary. The former had
plunder on him, and although none ,
was found on the latter, he is held
as a suspect. Girle’s attention was
attracted to the store about 6
o ’clock in the morning by the
Make the Todd Hotel lobby your
while in the city.
crashing of glass and he saw three
men enter. Arming himself with P. W . TODD, Prop. Tillamook, Oregon
Office 214, 215 and 2111 Tillamook Com
mercial Club Building.
CRUSON & MYERS
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Meals
W . A . W IL L IA M S
f Reliable Harness Maker » "
Harness and Saddlery
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Caille Perfect’n Engines
Accuracy in compounding
scriptions and pure drugs i*
♦ » business.
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what gets us the
Wants to see vou, at his store
you will not be urged to buy,
and you are sure to la1 interested
even if you do not see anything
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F. R. BEALS
Write for Literature.
W E ARE FACTORY
and can save you the middle-man’s
pre.ftt. Engines are ship|>ed direct to F R A N K T A Y L O R ,
us from the factory at Detroit, Mich.
We do not buy through any agency and
can sell you a marine or stationary en
gine at the lowest possible price. Sample
engines on display.
FRANK TAYLOR, Agent, Cloverdale.