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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1915)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
o th er n e w s of in t e r e s t
Mrs. Jensen Passes Away.
The Courier is again called upon
to chronicle the death of an old
and respected pioneer. It will be
remembered that two weeks ago
Mrs. Jensen, while engaged at her
household washing accidently
scalded herself with a boiler of
water. Dr. Shearer was once
called and did all that medical
skill could do. The feeble life
seemed to tremble in the balance
for several days, her family and
friends hoping against hope. She
succumbed to the shock on Tues
day morning. The funeral took
place from the home, Rev. F. S.
Ford, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, officiating. Friends from
all over the south part of the
countv were present and filled the
house, scores had to remain out
side. The service was simple and
brief Many contributions of
beautiful floral emblems were
placed on her grave in the Odd
Fellow’s cemetery by her neigh
bors and friends of years of ac
quaintance. A long procession of
friends followed the remains to
their last resting place.
Chan. Ray is spending this week Mr. Eastman, of Beaver, visited
Cloverdale this morning.
Joe Etzweiler, of Oretown wan in Mrs. S. E. Gaines, of Meda, was
shopping in town Saturday.
Job Foster returned home Fri For photos, postcards and mounts
day evening from New Mexico. see P. M. Stiverson. First class
Dr. Wendt fits glasses. TH- work guaranteed.
lamook. Ore. I. 0. O. F. Bid Mrs. P. B. Vanceil, of Portland,
Get your suit cleaned and pressed ¡9 in Cloverdale, the guest of her
before the Fourth. P. M. Stiver- sister, Miss Gertrude McKimens.
A. H. Harris, Jeweler. Fine
Great are those 25c dinners at Wutch work a specialty. Opposite
the Ramsey Hotel dining room, postoffice, Tillamook, Oregon.
The W. C. T. U. have postponed
Plasker Bros, tor all kinds of indefinitely the boy’s medal con
plumbing, bath room outfits and test which was to have taken place
fixtures. Tillamook. Ore.
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robedee, of Two of the vacant lots on Main
Woods, enjoyed last Sunday with street are being graded and a ten
on your little
relatives in Cloverdale.
nis court will be erected thereon. summer outing trips. It will
D. J. Dunn, of Meda, was in We understand a club is being or picture form, the scenes and record,
Cloverdalo last evening on his way ganized.
over to the county seat.
pleasure to you.
Dr. Shearer was called to Port greater
Let us suggest that you step into our
E. L. McCabe made a hurried land Monday as a witness in a store
allow us to show you how Marew Sophia Hansen was born
trip to Portland the fore part of railroad damage suit. The judge easy it and
is to use a Kodak.
in Denmark May 26, 1842; in No
the week, returning home last gave him leave of absence until
vember, 1866, she was joined in
Saturday so the doctor made a
to Mr. Lars Jensen, and
J. W. Bitgood, a Polk county patients yesterday, leaving for Druggist, Stationer and Kodak Dealer marriage
six children Were
teacher, has been tendered the Portland again this morning. He CLOVERDALE,
died in infancy.
principalship of the high school at expects to be home Sunday even
Notice of Annual School Meeting. Luthern church, also a member of
Eyes tested and glares fitted—
Notice is hereby given to the the Grange, where she was faith
will have a big two- legal
any kind. Prices right. A. H. day Tillamook
of School District No. ful in the discharge of her duties
July 2 and 3. 22, of voters
Harris opticion. At Tillamook Those celebration
State of as an oflicer of the lodge. For a
who have the celebration in Oregon, that the County,
Drug Store, Tillamook, Oregon.
school short time she lived in New Jeriey,
charge are endeavoring to make it
When in Tillamook and you the biggest affair ever pulled off in meeting of said district will he moving to California and 35 years
want a good meal at a most rea our county seat town. They pur held at the school house to begin ago moved to Hebo, Oregon, where
sonable price call at M. Olson’s in pose to have amusements to suit at the hour of one o’clock, p. m., she died at the age of 73 years’
month and nine days. She is
the Ramsey Hotel dining room. eveiyone and are asking all to on the third Monday of June, be one
by her husband, two sons
John Hellcndbrand, of Rose meet their friends there on the 1915.
daughters. She was a
Lodge, was in town Wednesday, on two days mentioned.
at this end
his way home from Tilamook where Call at hotel parlors Tuesday, purpose of electing one director of the county respected
he had made a short business trip. June 22nd, Beaver, Wednesday, and one clerk and the transacting well known.
A. B. Estabrook and son Roy are June 23d, and let Drs. Lowe & of such business usual at such
again with their Cloverdale friends, Turner show you the new Krvtop meeting.
The Woods and Pacific City
having returned from Portland double vision glasses without lino Dated this 9th day of June, A. postoffice has been consolidated
and is now located across the river
and Bellingham last Sunday eve to catch dirt, strain the eyes or D., 1915.
come apart. One light solid piece Attest.
D. A. Bailey,
from Woods. It will be known as
the Woods postoflice, yet it is
A few campers’ cottages could pair, vet answers the purpose of Fred Briody, District Clerk.
neither in Woods nor Pacific City.
be rented in Cloverdale if they two, enabling you to read or do
were to be had. Here is a ehance
work and see distant objects
for an enterprising individual to close
Remember the date.
make somo money on a small in
Cloverdale Couple Wed.
J. E. Cochran, of Willamina, On Monday afternoon at Tilla
fornirt ly of Cloverdale. is visiting mook occurred the marriage of two
in town this week. M r. C o c h r a n ! of Cloverdale’» most popular voung |
may move back to Cloverdale this people. Miss Lein Bailey and Mr.
f ill and go into business here.' Clyde Hudson. They were married
rids estimable family will be wel- by the Rev. Gittins, of the Metho
corned back to the town of their .‘list Episcopal church. The newly I
weds are visiting in Tillamook, but I
Eriday and Saturday,
will make Cloverdale their home.
You and your children are »afe The
if you wear Drs. Lowe ifc Turner’s 1
wish them a long and
July 2 and 3 at
glasses—eves safe and price safe— friends
they cost no more than the ordin
ary kinds and you have the benefit Presbyterian Church Notes.
of their skill and many yeats ex
SUNDAY, JUNK 20TH.
perience as cxclu.-ive eye and nerve Children’s Day exercises will be
specialists Dr. Turner is recogn- held in the church in the evening
ized as one of the leading opthalm- at S o’clock sharp, An elaborate
olegists ot the Northwest. Consult program has been prepared con- It is aimed to make this the Ih^gcst and
ihem at tha hotel parlors. Clover- -isting of music, recitations and
dale, June 22, Beaver Juno 23 drills bv the children. Everyone Host Celebration ever held in the County
They do not go from house to cordially invited
house. One charge covers entire Parents having infants for bap-
Come and help us enjoy celebrating
cost of examination. Glasses are 1 tism please notify the pastor, either
the National Holiday.
frames are fully guaranteed wheth- for morning or evening service,
er they cost $2 or more.— Adv.
F. S. Ford, Pastor.
W m . A. HIGH
2-D ay© o f r u n -2
Big 4th of July Celebration