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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1915)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
A new engine was delivered to
Moving picture show tomorrow
evening. Good music ns well as u the Krebs mill from Tillamook
Dr. Shearer reports the arrival
L S. Crawford, former salesman,
for the Nestucca Lumber Co , mov of a boy at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Nicholas Thursday, July
ed outside this week.
8; a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Dr. and Mrs. Shearer enjoyed a
Jenner, of Meda, July, 3.
visit from their son, Howard, of
When in Tillamook and you
Portland, over Sunday.
want a good meal at a most rea
Miss Sowers, of Beaver, accom
sonable price call at M. Olson’s in
panied by her mother and little
the Rainsev Hotel dining room.
sister, was in Oloverdale yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Applewhite
ington and family enjoyed an auto
have a 5-year-old boy from Port
trip to Tillamook last evening with
land at their home, whom they in
tend to adopt.
lodge there and returned early this
Miss Margaret Creecy, of Gres morning.
ham. assistant postmistress at that
place, visited at the Chas Rav
W ill V isit Lodge Here.
home here this week.
Grand Patriarch Andrews and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Webb and wife and Grand Secretary Sharon
son, Carl, of Tillamook, Hundaved and wife, of Portland, of the Grand
with Mrs Webb’s parents. Mr and Lodge of Oddfellows, w ill be in
Cloverdale this evening and visit
Mrs F’rank Worthington.
with (he local lodge. These gentle
Bids are being asked by the
men, with their wives, are visiting
two counties for the completion of
the various Oddfellow lodges of
the Tillamook-Yamhill road, the
Tillamook County this week. A
Sour Grass route
banquet will he given in their
for bids appears on this page.
honor by the lodge here this even
Friends of Mr. and Mrs Q O. ing and i splendid tim e is e x
Castner, of Willamina, formerly of pected.
this place, will be pleased to learn
Hotel Changes Hands.
that an eight-pound hoy arrived at
(Willamina Times j
their home on June 27, with inten
Hotel Commercial has again
tions to remain.
changed hands, Jenner A Jenner
Editor and Mrs Trombley, of
transferring title the first of the
celebrated with the week to .1 X Hulett
Cloverdale people July 5, and the gets a dairy ranch at Meda and
wav E i surrounded the edibles of will m ove out im m ed iately
a picnic dinner at the home of his Hulett has b ased host* Irv to G.
fatlur-in law was really his torical. K. Walker, who took possession on
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Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals, addressed to the
County Clerk of Yamhill County, Or
egon, and endorsed “ Proposal to com
plete Tillamook-Yamhill Joint Road,"
in accordance with the plans and speci
fications thereof, on file in the offices of
the County Clerk of Tillamook and
Yamhill Counties, will be received by
the County Courts of said Counties at
the Court House at McMinnville, Ore
gon until the hour of 10 o’clock a, in..
July 24th, 1015. and at that time and
place publicly opened and read. Each
bid shall be accompanied by a certified
check for a sum equal to 5 per cent of
the amount of the hid, and made pay
able to the Clerk of Yamhill County,
and which shall be forfeited to the
County Courts jointly in case the bid be
accepted and the bidder shall, for a
period of 5 days from the date of award
ing to him the contract, fail, refuse or
neglect to enter into the contract and to
furnish the bond required by law.
Bids will be received for clearing,
grubbing and grading any one or all of
the sections as included between sta
tion 0 plus 00 and station 295 plus 84.4.
The County Courts reserve the right
to reject any or all bids or to accept the
bid considered the best for said Tilla
mook and Yamhill Counties.
Tillamook-Yamhill Joint Road District.
By C. B. Wilson,
Clerk or Yamhill County.
J. C. Holden,
Clerk of Tillamook County.
First publication July 9, 1915.
Last publication July 23, 1915.
on your little
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
easv it is to use a Kodak.
Report of the condition of the
Win. A. HIGH
Druggist, Stationer and Rod ik Dealer
Lip Reading Detectives.
In a Vienna school for the deaf and
dumb, where Up readiug is taught, a
course has been established for the spe
cial purpose of teaching the art to de
tectives. The possibilities of Up read
lug, says the author of the account In
the Volta Review, have been exagger
ated. But they are sufficient to cause
authorities to think the instruction of
defectives worth while. When a de
tective becomes proficient, he Is able
to learn something of the conversation
lietween people who are visible, but out
of earshot The article says that at
from Ml to 100 feet It Is possible for an
export to get the general run of a con
versation. Some reading has been done
with glasses at a distance of 125 feet
Instruction and practice in the art
must be very thorough if the detective
Is to use it to real advantage In his
Mr. V\ alker work.
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
In the state of Oregon, at the close of
business. June 23,1915.
Loans and discounts........... ♦39,685.t)5
Overdrafts, secured and an-
Bonds and warrants.............
Furniture and fixtures......
Other real estate owned....... . 2,025.40
'Due from banks (not reserve
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items
Cash on hand......................
L IA B IL IT IE S
Capital stock paid in ........... *15,000 00
L ndivided profits,...............
Individual deposits subject
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aufde- 1 Tuesday of this week.
to check............................. 18.027.50
Cashier checks outstanding
, ‘ has had pievious expeiience in
runner, ot rails C ity, accompanied
Transforming Clothesline Posts.
this line of work and there is no
A suburban resident grew tired of Notes and bills rediscounted.
by Joseph Flora, autoed over to . .
doubt he will make good.
the wooden clothesline posts In his Bills payable for money........
their old neighborhood Monday i
Mr. and Mrs Jenner have done back yard. He Incased them In chicken
wire netting and planted sprouts of
I lie two Joes returned
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very well for the time they were honeysuckle nround the posts, n e then
M onday, while Mrs. Aufdetuauer .
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here but he prvb rs the ranch to nailed a little bird house to the top of
t io guest this week of Mrs. Af- the close confinement of the hotel ench* In n short time the honeysuckle
I, E. L. McCabe, cashier of [be above-
f Iter at Neskowin
had completely covered the unsightly
I he Times wishes them I>osta nml a pnlr of bluebirds built a I named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
For sale— A good pony, 5 year- success in their new home, ami be- nest In one of the houses. Many of of my knowledge and belief.
K . L. McCabe. Cashier
eld, weight 7iM). well broke to d rive
for the new management this man’s neighbors took up the Idea,
and honeysuckle vines and bird houses
Correct attest:—Chas. Rav, L. M
-ingle or double, i good body cart ht*re B
now make the clothesline posts of his K aner, Directors.
Subscribe«! and sworn to before me
locality n pride to their owners.—House
Will sell cheap or
this tith day of Inly, 1915.
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Frank Taylor, Notary Public
will trade as part
a j t i i n n on a
“Will yon love me „
and , a
My commission expires Sept. 10,1915.
The Military Attache.
good second-hand motorcycle For dnyT sighed the newly t»etrothed
of a military attache nre '
pirttei 1 ars write L. S
It all depends,” replied the scion of to make himself thoroughly acquaint
an ancient but Impoverished family, ed with every change that takes place
A soldier on guard was questioned
There Will be preaching services “I>0 y o "
-VoUr tno,u’-v w,u lllst ln military affairs and to report from
that long?”—St. Louts Tost Dispatch
time to time on the>uobtllzntlon. nrma-
» t the C lo v erd a U Baptist church
ment and equipment of the power to
M in d kv at 11:30 a. tn . 2 p. tn and
The most militant In form of Euro-
in. F lders Blalock ami Mil *r pean crown* Is that of Germany, which
will conduct ti c m eetings
A “bow* eight shields bearing alternate
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black eagle* and Jeweled crosses, while
t askot dinner will h# » m yed at
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pot*«? on four swords binrtng with
the close of the tir-f me« ting. Sun* diamonds b n glut*» crowned with a
da v school u the usual hour.
ero«s of gold.
which he Is to l>c accredited
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jrno find dear old Broad
^T»at way yet
“Old and dear’’ —Cleveland
as to his knowledge of his duties.
“ You know your duty here, do you.
“ Yes. sir.”
“Well, now. suppose they should
open on you with shells and musketry.
what would you do?”
“ Form a line, sir.”
“ What! One man form a line?”
“ Yes, sir; form a bee line for camp,
sir.” —New York American.