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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1915)
Fourth of July Celebration at Clcverdale
v O N I ) / \ Y , J U L Y 5.
S o m e t h i n g d o in g all tho tim e.
G o m e an d G n jo y the d a y with us j
Dr. J. L. George closed a deal
W. R. Robedee, of Woods, wan a
J L. Gay, whereby he pur
Cloverdale visitor Saturday.
chases the ranch owned by the
Mrs. Clarence Dunn, of Meda,
was in Cloyerdale Monday.
When in Tillamook and you
Fred Briody was a Tillamook want a good meal at a most rea
visitor tho fore part of the week.
sonable price call at M. Olson’s in
Axel Nelson has
joined the the Ramsev Hotel dining room.
large number of Ford car drivers.
Mrs. Sarah Bunn, Mrs. Sarah
Mrs Lillie Hiner, Mrs. Lizzie
Dr. Wendt fits glasses. Til
Jackson and Mrs. Shoemaker,
lamook. Ore. r.O. O. F. Bid
Beaver ladies attending the Re
W. A. High has a new cement becca assembly here, called at the
walk in front of his place of busi Courier office Wednesday.
The piece of road improvement
and just south of Cloverdale
Mrs. Howard Shearer, of Port
land, is tint guest of Mrs. and Dr. was completed yesterday after
noon. The road has the appear
ance of being well built and we be
Quite a number left here this
lieve it will be a lasting one.
morning to attend the celebration
Miss Erma Taylor was given a
birthday surprise party Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hellenbrand, by the members of her Sunday
of Rose Lodge, visited in Clover- school class, it being her 14th
birthday. Games and refresh
(«rent are those 25c dinners at ments were enjoyed during the
the Ramsev Hotel dining room, ftfternoon.
The Needlecrift met with Mrs.
Worthington Thursday af
For photos, postcards and mounts
and quite a large number
see P. M Stiverson. First class
enjoyed the hospitality of
the hostess and spent a profitable
Miss Ava Owen returned home afternoon
Friday, uRer finishing tier term of house was made sweet and attrac
sehool in Portlnn I.
tive by the uso of a profusion of
Mr. and Mrs. Collins are enjoy the beautiful Svringa and dainty
ing a new Studobnker car delivered Maiden Hair Ferns The next
meeting will be held at the home
to them yesterday.
of Mrs. Clias Lunquist.
Wanted— To lease a ranch or
On Saturday evening at 8 o’clock,
will buy a good long term lease.
Guy Bunn, well known in this
Tavlor Renl Estate Agency.
county, hut who is now managing
Robert Lockwood fractured one
a cheese factory at Otis, in Lincoln
of the minor hones of right wrist
county, sustained a broken leg
whilecranking his automobile Wed
while wrestling. A trip on foot
over the trail was made to Nesko-
Dr. .1 L George and family, who win, from which point Dr. Boals
have been in Portland *fnr some was reached over the phone. The
time returned to Cloverdale Wed doctor started at once traveling in
auto as far as Neskowin and from
there on foot over the very muddy
Mrs. Clms Smith and family,
trail to Otis, arriving at the home
of Corvallis, are visiting at Mrs.
of the injured man at 5 o’clock in
Smith’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the morning. The injured mem-
her was then cared for and after a
Vol. 1, No. 1, of the Wheeler Re little rest the doctor started for
The trip was indeed a
porter reached us today. It is a home.
six column four page paper with most stmiaous one and long to he
Arthur llansun as editor and pub remembered by the doctor— Tilla
Mrs Edward Fogg left Tuesday
morning for Bend, Oregon, to visit
file home of her husband's parents,
She expects to he absent a month
or six weeks
Popular Couple Wedded.
One of the popular June wed
j dings that has taken place in Til
lamook county occurred Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs George
Wo learn Dr George will tak« R. McKimens, at Mohler, when
charge of Dr Boals’ practice for their daughter, Miss Gertrude, was
the coming six weeks while th* united in marriage to Albert Boon,
latter takes a vacation and visit- of Cloverdale
for the past two years clerked in
in Washington and California.
the Cloverdale Mercantile Co.’s
W. T Cob stock and wife, of
store in Cloverdale, where she ha«
Hecla, South Dakota, visited with
a host cf friends, and Mr. Boon,
h’ - brother. I K. Colestock, amt
who is the blacksmith at this
f itiiM the fore part of the week.
place, is a voting man of exemplary
I'hev li ft Thursday for the ex
hfthits and one of the most popular
position at San Francisco.
voting me?, in town These happy,
Dr Shearer reports the irriv:il jollv young newlv weds start life’s
of a hahv gnl Sunday to Mr. and married pathway amid the he>*
Mrs. John Fleck; to Mr and Mrs. wishes of a h< *t of friends— and
Allen Jenner, Meda. I hutsdav, a me too
hoy, to Mr and Mrs. DeWitt
Thev returned here last evening
Jones, Beaver, Saturday a boy.
after a short visit outside.
w i t h
summer outing trips. It will record, in
picture form, the scenes and places of
interest, making the outing trips of
greater pleasure to you.
Let us suggest that you step into our
store and allow us to show you how
easy it is to use a Kodak.
Wm. A. HIGH
Druggist, Stationer and Kodak Dealer
Dies While Here Visiting.
Mrs. Anna Shaver, of Portland,
a sister of Mrs. Thomas Hollings
worth, died at tho latter’s home
last Saturday. Mrs. Shaver and
her husband came to Meda a
couple of weeks ago to he present
at the celebration of her sister’s
golden wedding. A few days be
fore the event she was taken
seriously ill and the day that was
to have been so happy was over
shadowed by the angel of death.
Another sad feature is that Mr.
Shaver’s mind is deranged aud he
may have to be taken to the
Rev. F. 8 Ford was called to
officiate at the funeral which took
place at the Union cemetery last
Mrs. ¡Shaver was horn 71 years
ago in the state of Indiana, but for
many years has lived in Oregon
and intended to celebrate her 4i)th
wedding anniversary on Monday,
June 28th. She is survived by
her husband, two sons, one daugh
ter and five sisters.
Quite a number of Mrs Hol
lingsworth’s neighbors from Meda
and Oretown attended the funeral.
Card of Thanks.
We wish, through the columns
of the Courier, to thank the many
friends who so kindly assisted us
during the illness and death of Uur
wife, daughter and sister, Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. R Allen.
Pla-ker Bros (or all kinds of
plumbing, hatn room outfits and
fixtures. Tillamook. Ore.
Bad, bootleg whiskey and a
young man by the name of Dugan,
who was camping here, caused
some little commotion in this end
of the county last Saturday. The
young man and Earl Paul went
in a launch down the river and
Paul claims that the man after
running in a snag and disabling
the engine demanded him f Paul )
to start the engine and threaten
ing to shoot if he didn’ t. Paul
claims to have grabhed the gun
and as 60 on as he could get ashore
left the boat and came to Cloyer
dale whete he delivered the gun to
the deputy sheriff. R. M. March
and a friend of Dugan autoed from
here to Pacific City where the man
and boat were and he turned on
them and with a knife slashed
three of the auto tires. On a charge
of assault preferred by Paul the
deputy sheriff armed with a war
rant from the justice’s office ar
rested Dugan and took him to the
•county jail at Tillamook. It is re
ported that Paul had been drink
ing with his boat companion which
is incorrect and does the yottng
man an injustice, as when he
reached Cloverdale from his ex
perience he was sober as a judge
and scared half to death. Dugan
gained while in Tillamook the
sympathy of the officials by-
claiming he had been robbed of
$135 w-hile in the boat, and Sun
day Deputy Sheriff Campbell and
Prosecutor Goyne, accompanied l y
Dugan came to Cloverdale and af
ter investigation the attorney or
dered that Dugan be released on ac
count of insufficient evidence to
convict. Monday morning a search
w?as made of the boat and in one
of Dugan’s gloves in the bottom of
the boat was found $110of Dugan’s
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
County Court of Tillamook County, O r
egon, and endorsed “ Proposals to Com
plete the E. E. Cross County Hoad
“ known as the Three Rivers Road,’ ’
from Sta. 448 plus 00 to Sta. 450 plus 00
and from Sta. 408 plus 38 to 400 plus
95.8; also from Sta. 404 plus 43 to 443
plus 00.9 in
accordance with the
plans and specifications thereof on file
in the office of the County Clerk of T il
lamook County, Oregon, will he received
by tiie County Court of said County, at
its office in the Court House, at Tilla
mook City, Oregon, until the hour of 10
o'clock a. m., on the 0th dav of July,
A. I'., 1915, and at that time publicly
opened and read.J
Each bid shall be accompanied by a
certified check 'm ade payable to the
County Clerk, for an amount equal to 5
per cent of the amount of the total of said
hid, which shall be forfeited to the county,
in case the bid be accepted and the bid
der shall fail, neglect or refuse for a
period of 5 days after which the award
is made to enter into a contract and
tile a bond satisfactory to the court as
required by law.
The bids are to cover Clearing, G ru b
bing and Grading, ironi Sta. 448 plus
00 to 458 plus 00 and from Sta. 488 plus
38 to 496 plus 95.8; also from Sta. 404
plus 43 to 113 plus 00 9, and separate
bids will be received on each section, or
on the whole three together, according
to the plan* and -)>etifications on file.
The County Court reserve« the right
to reject any and all bid«.
Dated tlii* the 23rd day of June. 1015.
J. C. HOLDEN,
First publication June 25th.
Last publication July 9th.