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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1915)
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her assistants to the injured person to
induce him or her to he merciful. One
day, hearing that an elderly butler had
caught purloining his employer’s
A N D O T H E R N E W S OF IN T E R E S T
valuables she* went to the jail, saw the
thief, who had been arrested, and
found him to be a man of fifty, of
appearance and, according to his
Dr. Wendt fits glasses. Tilla
(/’lias. Larrison, of Metis, was in the
the victim of unfortunate cir
His name was Homer
asked how he came
Will Roenicke was in town from Sand- Plasker Bros, for all kinds of ulumh-
by the name of Homer he salil that ills
ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til
father had been a i>edagogue and
We have a large line of
Ed MeOllnchy, of Metis, was in the lamook, Ore.
of the great poet Homer
wept bitter tears over tho
Frank Fox, of Meda, left Wednesday
which he found himself
II. A. Miles, of Woods, was in the morning for a few days trip to Portland.
on Miss Lawrence’s
went to his late mas
W. A. Gage and family and son Will
Be prepured when
ter, secured a promise that he would
Oseur ‘T aggart, of Neekowin, was in and his wife returned yesterday from a
School opens by buying
not prosecute the case and took Mr.
trip to Portland and Newport by auto.
the city Thursday.
Hawkins under her own especial care
your School Suppliea now.
J. 11. Dimick has as a guest this week Mr. and Mrs. D. T. W erschkul and
the purpose of giving him an op
You’ll find our prices
portunity to show how cruel fate had
his mother from Pallas.
son William returned Wednesday from
right. All orders prompt
been to him.
auto trip to Portland. Thev started
The Cloverdale Band did the honors an
Hawkins was made major domo of
at the county fair this week.
Miss Lawrence’s household, n e seem
Even the village blacksmith and the School Books Strictly Cash ed too respectable to be called butler
II. J. Kinnnman and wife, ot Ore- village
or to perform the menial services of a
barber could not stand the
town, were in town Wednesday.
butler. The truth Is he did very little
lethargy of the town this week and so
of anything, because Miss Lawrence
J. E. Cocheran, of Wiliamina, is m ak they donned their smooth clothes and
hail nothing for so respectable a person
ing trips into Cloverdale with baled with their wives joined the merry crowd
do. He attended to the purchase
of sight-seers at the fair yesterday.
of household supplies, and since his
Great are those 25c dinners at the The Herald’s county fair edition
mistress paid cash for everything
Ramsey Hotel dining room, Tillamook, reached us yesterday. It is profusely Druggist, Stationer and Kodak Dealer she bought her major domo was in
OREGON trusted with the funds used for the
illustrated with halftone cuts and lias CLOVERDALE,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shearer and complete write-ups of all the towns in
Never was a man more particular In
little son left for their home in Portland tho county besides other interesting FRANK TAYLOR,
his accounts. If from the
reading appropriate for a fair edition.
multltmle of payments at any onetim e
he was at a loss to account for a
At $1 “ per” the circus last Saturday Miss Ruth (dark who was kidnapped
or a nickel he was so much trou
relieved Tillamook county citizens of at Portland last Week Wednesday bv
his mistress sometimes ex
the Werschkul-Ray-McCahe aggrega
he would burst into tears.
she assured him
For sale—Six heifers, coming two Town” returned home Tuesday. Be
was of no
years old, in good condition. G. W. fore leaving she expressed herself as
having had the most enjoyable time of
mourn over the fact that after the un
fortunate condition In which she had
Fverett Lnndinghnm and Ed W orth her life.
founil him she would surely think him
ington are enjoying a hunting trip in
He refused to be com
“Star Brand” Shoes are Better.
Rev. F. S. Ford and family are en
One day Hawkins went out to <lo the
joying a two weeks’ vacation at Tilla A Shoe for every member of the
morning’s marketing. He did not re
turn at the usual time and In the
mook and Netarts.
By SADIE O 1COTT
meanwhile a lady cal!«*! on Miss Law
Miss Maude Webb, of Sandlakc, is $4.50 and $5.00.
she sought her kind offices in
the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Society and Mayflower for Women, $3.00, Miss Margaret Lawrence was an el the m and
atter of a criminal who had rob
derly maiden lady who, having pined l>ed her. The lady was willing to for
0. J . Worthington.
$3.50 and $4.00.
for u mission, finally decided to take give the culprit, but asked Miss Law
Mrs. W. A. High and children spent Teas and Ted for the Kids—all sizes— one
upon herself. She selected the rence to undertake his reform. The
tin fore part of the week at the Watt $2.00 to $3.00.
*of the criminal classes. Indies’ car was at the tloor, and she
ranch and Tillamook.
Stronger than the Law in Men’s and She visited them
in prisou, and many begged Miss I^uwrence to go with her
.1. L. Gay and family left Monday with Bovs for hard work.
of them talked w ith her so jiersunsive- to a liollce station to see the prisoner
their auto for a trip through southern We sell the celebrated “ Bergman” ly about Ihe unfortunate circumstances Miss Lawrence «consented and on the
king of loggers for heavy wear.
way the lady told her that the crim
Oregon and northern California.
that hud led them to become criminals inal
had called on one of her maids
Prop in and take a look.
she came to believe they were all the evening liefore mid ha«l gone away
Fester Ray and family, Ole Redberg
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. that
victims of their surroundings. This led with some valuable sliver. lie hail
and wife, and John Redberg, of Ole-
to advocate mercy toward them. been arrested in the morning.
town, were in the city Thursday.
Hit the Timber Men.
Lawrence, who was wealthy, When Miss Lawrence reached the
“ Our Own Home Town” this week
founded a society for helping criminals Jail, aud the culprit was marched out
resembles the story of "T he Deserted The Oregon Voter has become greatly to lead a better llf<*. 11«. r society was <>f Ills cell the good lady was aston
Village.” Everybody at the fair.
a corps of young women who ished. n e was Homer Hawkins. His
excited over the m anner in which school really
k * her assistants. They l>em>fnetn*8s was at a loss what to
Eves tested ar.d glasses fitted—any iNiundaries have been juggled in some of worked with to I her
hi the cause and do In the mntter, hut. turning to th«*
kind. Prices right. A. H. Harris, op the coast counties in order to get a crack though duriug a term
of years they lady wbi> bad sufTercil was about to
tician. At Tillamook Prug Store, Tilla
a very few pl«*nd for tin* prisoner. when an In
criminals up into a better sphere |>t*r- si «K*tor showed her a numl>er of ar
tides belonging to her that had ho«*!i
When in Tillamook and you want a and railroads and assess it for school muuently, they i>ersee eretL
«>f Miss Lawrence's objects was found In Hawkins’ iosscs*!on.
goo 1 meal at a most reasonable price purposes where the monev was needed. to One
persons ugaiust whom crimes Thi*ro was a diflVrenoe In Miss Law
call at M. Oloson’s in the Ramsey Hotel Of course it is an unlawful thing to do. had ln«lm*e
to refrain from rence’s neighbors losing valuables and
hut wo have never heard of any of the prosecution committed
and to take the ««(Tender losing them herself. She turned upon
Scott Boatman and family moved timber owners of the coast giving awav under their protection with a view to Hawkins, fulled him an ungrateful
M ednesday from the W atts ranch at any of their holdings. A lot of the best accomplishing his reformatU>n. ¡she man. and then, after promising the In
found tills a difficult matter. When spector that she would appear against
the Yellow Fir Mill, to the Cornier land on the coast is held by the timber one
had I kh * h victimized by a confl- the prisoner, walked < ut ot the office
ranch, which he has leased.
speculators, and there are mnnv dis deuce man fie was usually bent rather the picture of Indi-mntion.
All the grading on the one mile of tricts where there are fewer people than on punishment than sympathy. When This inded Miss I*awn*n«v’s tndi
hard-surface reed south of Tillamook is there were twenty-five years ago, be- a woman lost her Jewelry at the Lauds vidual work In th<* reformation of crim
in pit ted and the laying of the mixed cause the timlter men bought up the of a dishonest servant she considered inals. She i!lsbnndi*d h«*r •oclety. but
time Joln**«l one tn which the w< rk
-ravel rock and sand is now going on. land and are holding the country hack it her duty to the state* to prosecute tn
on was rather general thin
Grr in Burke was thrown from a hor-> for their ow n benefit. A little taxing of her lime lu eiuleuveulug t» induce particular Ev«*n tld« organized effort
last Sunday morning, dislocating the for roads and schools is a mightv go«*l i such iK*rsous to forego revenge* tuid met with a very llmlfisl su«*e« «•*.
-boulder and breaking one of the minor I thing iughese cases, f<>r it is getting tie help bring about u new birth in those Nevertheless Miss r.nwrem'p found t ! ,r
while particular n formalk>ns were i f
Irenes. Pr. Shearer was called and re- ' money from people who are able to p»v who had injured them.
achieve«!, the condition of the crlml sl
ducts 1 the fracture. Orrin was around it. and at the same time hurrying the Whenever Miss Lawrence saw un ac classes
wns tw tered by the efforts of
town Monday and says "you can't keep day when they will market the tim ber j count in a newspaper of a theft or n
a wood man down.”
-Grant Countv Journal.
Wm. A. HIGH