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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1915)
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“ Rattlesnake Jim," a Swiss, who
is walking around the world bare
footed and who passed through
Oregon going north several months
ago, is returning and is on his way
to South America. Jim tried to
get into British Columbia, but was
turned back by the Canadian im
migration officers. He will cover
South America until the war is
over before starting his trip back to
lett, who is attending Matthews,
Tuos. CoA-saa. P eomdicn r.
thinks there is a possibility of the
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present had difficulty in preventing
Bogart shooting n third time, after TJ LLA MOOK C ITY .
Matthews was down. Matthews is
a one-armed man. Mrs Matthews T. H. GOYNE,
was sick at the time of the shoot
ATTO RN EY A T LAW
ing and was nearly prostrated.
Giving the name of Dodge, and
N.o. 114 meets each
Saturday at 7 p. in.
Jno Lowranee. N.
G , F. Worthington, See.
hrothera are cordially invited to meet
with us when you are in Cloverdale.
The Ocean Spray lit bevva Lodvj
No. 148 meets every other Wednes
day in eacli month at H:00 1‘. M.
Mrs. Millie Sappingtou, N. U .; M>s
Theresa A rut ill. Sectv.
No. 12ti meets on
Thursday on or
before full moon of
each month. E. K.
Gilbert. W. M .;
declaring himself to be a relative Opp. Coart House,
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of the manufacturer of the Dodge
automobile, a stranger is said to
have buncoed 30 auto dealers in
and around Marshfield b> garner
ing advance money from them on
a proposed auto association, which Office Over Tillamook County Bank meets on tho First
and Third Saturday
could buy direct from the factory
in each month at 10
at prices less than half now being
paid by them for supplies and Tillamook Undertaking Co.
Ii. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
they paid $5 initiation fees and
Night and Day calls
Five prisoners have been rerom one man put up $100 toward sup
to Jones-Knudson Furniture
mended by the 6tate parole board plies. Dodge has disappeared and
to the governor for parole. They the officers are searching for him. TILLAMOOK.
are C. A. Carmanv, serving a term
trom Yamhill county for larceny
J.E. SHEARER, M. D.
by bailee; John McCullough, serv
Obe Harris went to Tillamook
ing a term from Yamhill county
for larcenv; Walter C. Dutrow, Sunday, returning Monday, bring
-erving a teim for larceny, from ing his nephew, Roy Olson, with Oflico Main St.
Phone 13 8-7.
Wasco county; W. H, Beeman,
serving a term from Marioncoun ty
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atkinson
Dr. A. W. Lister,
for assault and robbery, and Dave were business visitors to Tillamook
Snyder, serving a term from Monday, returning Tuesday.
Umatilla county for obtaining
Office with Dr. Shearer,
George Galloway made a busi
money by false pretenses.
ness trip to Hemlock Wednesday
On Saturday noon of last week
Accuracy in compounding pre- .
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Diamond Were
scriptions and pure drugs ie i
Arnold Brugger, living with his
what gets us the business.
Tillamook visitors the first of the L. L. HOY, M. D.
wife and little daughter on a small week.
farm west of Amity, hanged him
Wants to see you, at his store 1
Mrs. Mabel Mapes, of Cloverdale,
self in his barn. The cause of the
you will not be urged to buy*. (
Physician and Surgeon
and you are sure to be interested
act is unknown. Nothing unusual
even if you do not seo anything
was noticed in his manner during
Mr. Cameron and son, were busi
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
the forenoon. He left the house ness visitors in Tillamook this
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for the barn before noon and after
E. J. CLAUSSEN,
his wife had prepared the noonday
Mr. and Mrs. Ladd are visiting
meal she went to the barn to call relatives here.
A tto rn e y at Law
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him, when she found him hanging.
The picnic at the lake held re
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Unable to release the body, she
ran to a neighbors for aid. The
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coroner was summoned and made on account of the threatening
rain. Those who attended, about
examination of the body.
Office Ground Floor
Bell Phone 5.1-J ¡TILLAMOOK.
one dozen, report having had a
P. O. Box 147
C. O. Bogart shot and dan good time.
With Rollio Watson
gerously wounded B. Matthews
neur Vale Sunday afternoon. Both
are homesteaders on Dry Gulch, lumber the past week for Mr.
about 20 miles northwest of Vale. Ward’s new house.
The shooting is said to have been
Mr. and Mrs. Allen and Mr. and
the result of a dispute over the use Mrs. Hughes and son, Allen, spent
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of a spring. Bogart used a .303 Sunday on the beach.
Savage rifle, shooting Matthews
W. A. WILLIAMS
Grandpa Atkinson was visiting
L. V. EBKRIIARD, Manager.
'wipe in the groin, the bullets his son Charles the first of the
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passing entirely through the body week.
Harness and Saddlery
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
without striking a bone. Bogart
was immediately jailed. Dr. Bart
The Cloverdale Courier f 1 a year, TILLAMOOK.
OREGON » **0
Attorney at Law
Tillamook Abstract Compauy
In addition to winning a grand
prize for forage crops, anu a medal
for products of the soil, the Wil
lamette valley exhibit at the San
Francisco fair has been awarded
18 gold medals, 52 silver medals
and received eight honorable men
tions according to Fred S. By non,
secretary of the Willamette Valley
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