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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1915)
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-------------------------- * ing of his wife’s nerves uncontrolled
during slumber. I gave him tins cause
However, since I could give him no
comfort, he left me, much de
Not long after his visit, taking up a
newspaper, I saw a uotice that he had
left his. house a few days before and
Chaa, Ray is having gravel hauled for See P. M. Stiverson for photo supplies.
uot been heard from since. The
Eyes tested ar.d glasses fitted—any
police had been notified, and an alarm
A. Haedinger, of Oretown. was in the kind. Prices right. A. H. Harris, op-
bad been sent ou t Fears were enter
ticion.v At Tillamook Drug Store, Tilla
that he had met with foul plaj,
We have a large line of
day before his disappearance
Cloverdale school commences next
n large sum of money
When in Tillamook and you want a
good meal at a most reasonable price
His visit to me, the story lie told and
Preaching services as usual at the call
at M. Oleson’s in the Ramsey Hotel
his depression led me to suspect that
church next Sunday.
He prepared when
he was sufferiug from some nervous
I). T. Werschkul has leased his dairy A petition is being circulated for the
or mental trouble, and 1 inclined to
the belief that what he had told me
ranch to Mike Berchett.
your School Supplies now.
improvement of the Little Nestucca
about ills wife was n creation of a dis
0. Otzen and family wore in the city road to connect with the Sour Grass
eased brain. I did not see how l
from OretoWn Saturday.
road. The Little Nestucca road taps
would be Justified in making known
suspicions without mentioning the
T. H. Renter ami son Dell, of Meda,
and that I did not care to do.
were in the city Saturday.
people of Meda, Oretown and Neskowin School Books Strictly Cash Severance never turned up. and no
probable cause was ever given for his
Attorney George W illett, of Tillamook, will he directly benefltted by connect
When several years
was in Cloverdale yesterday.
ing and improving this road and it
gave him up for
Mrs. E. J. Dunn, of Meda, was a should be done.
dead, believing that he had lieen mur
Cloverdale shopper Thursday.
dered for the money he had with him.
The badly decomposed body of an un
Four years after Ills disappearance she
J. M. Traxler left Sunday for a week’s known man was found Tuesday m orn
agnln. and ns fate would have
ing on the beach about two miles north Druggist, Stationer and Kodak Dealer it her second
visit with his folks in Portland.
husband was a patient of
the mouth of the river by R. Dundas
know that he was to
A. B. Estabrook left Tuesday morn of
OREGON m arry Mrs. Severance,
Frank Gutperlip, of Oregon City, CLOVERDALE,
and I was sat
ing for Portland and Washington towns. and
who were spending a few days visiting
isfied that 1 had not known It. because
W. H. Christensen and family were here. No papers or writing of any kind
I should have been troubled ns to what
Cloverdale visitors from Oretown Mon was found on the body so no means of F. R. BEALS
I should do In the matter, for I was
undecided what to attribute her first
identification was secured. A jackknife
husband’s disappearance to.
11 D. Beckwith and Andy Hess, of and a keyring with three keys and a
Within a few months after my pa
Meda, were business visitors in the city folding buttonhook with the advertise
Hammond's— marriage he came
m ent of a Portland shoe store, were
office one day with a wild
taken from the pockets. The body had TILLAMOOK. -
eyes and told me a story sim
S. (). Snow and wife, of Willamina, on tan shoes and a grey suit and wore
one Severance had told me.
are visiting at the home of Mr. and M rs. a narrow but stout leather belt. The
a disagreement with his
remains after being viewed by proper
wife, during which she had become
very much excited. During the vitu
Miss Ava Owen left this morning for authority was buried a short distance
she had hurled at him her
Portland, where she will complete her
eyes had glittered like those of an an
high school course.
gry serpent. Her appearance during
Great are those 25c dinners at the
the trouble had made such a horrible
Mesdames Weiss, Dawson and Hol Ramsey Hotel dining room, Tillamook,
Impression upon him that he was
lingsworth, of Meda, were Cloverdale Ore.
afraid he would lose his mind. He
asked me to give him a sedative.
The afternoon train from Tillamook
Hero was a worae complication for
to Portland will make its last trip for the Mrs. John Simmons returned last “Doctor," said Norman Goodfeilow to me than Severance had brought me,
for I was not sure whether Sever
season next Monday.
Saturday evening from a week’s visit Dr. Theodore Colt “1 am th.ukiug of ance's
ex isten ce had been itn halluci
The cannery at the mouth of the river among relatives at Pleasant Valiev.
proposing marriage to a lady in whose nation occasioned by a disordered brain
is in operation although the fishermen After spending several days here family there are traces of Insanity. Do or had been caused by some peculiar
report a light run of salmon.
In bis life. But 1 dared
camping and fishing Antone Van Laanen you consider me Justified In marrying condition
this, for it would be
Mrs. Halbert, Mrs. Gillam and sister. ami brother returned Wednesday to her under the circumstances?"
him. I had
“Not if the Insanity Is hereditary. no recourse but to say of
Miss Coder, rani|>ed the fore ¡»art of the their home in Salem.
week at the beach opposite Pacific City. Mr. Allen is entertaing relatives from Thei*e is a great difference between In must have been suffering from that some
sanity from a temporary cause and nervous weakness. Instead of giving
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Fleck, accompanied Portland this week.
from an organic trouble that may be
a drug 1 udvised him to go on a
by Miss Allie Lowranoe and Tony.Ienck, Mrs. Georgia Bounin left Sunday transmitted from parent to child. 1 do him
but on no account to take his
returned Sunday trom a three weeks' evening to visit among relatives at uot consider that any one suffering wife with
trip in California.
from an aliment which is hereditary lie took my
ns to the trip, but
has a right to marry. Your question never returned ndvlce
It. News of h!.i
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. High are enter Miss Agnes Simmons is again at the suggests
a story involving a case which having fallen ower a precipice
taining this week Mr. High's brother lake after an absence ot some months. came within
my professional experi zerland was sent to her over the hi ocean,
and his wife, also his brother's son, wife
but I hnve always suspected flint be
George Galloway made a business ence.
and child, of McMinnville
Its transmission himself.
ance came to consult me as to a case One thing for confirmed
Mr. and Mrs Morgan and daughter. trip to Tillamook Wednesday.
to yours. He had recently l»een his body was never found.
who have boon helping Mr. Mesaner on A party consisting of Edd Blum and similar
married and all had gone happily till Two years after having become a
the ranch this summer left for their two daughters and son Ralph, Mrs. Hall one
day on returning to his home from hypothetical double widow the lady in
and two daughters, W alter and Susie business
home in Yamhill Wednesday.
he found bis wife lying on the this case died.“ I confess I was re
Biown, spent several days at the lake bod lmllsjiosed.
She seemed drowsy, lieved. There wns now no further
trank Worthington and dnnghter camping,
she try to get a chance of any more of my clients m ar
Edna, now of Tillamook, were in Clover- berries.
paper to a rying her. Soon after her death F made
dab' yesterday. Mr. Worthington is
some Investigations ns to her case
shipping his household goods to Till«
relatives from the valley visiting them “Presently he heard her tossing through the physician who attended
about on the bed and. looking at her her. I called on him and gave him the
Mrs. Mill Porter, who has l>een visit this week.
from his paper, saw that, though experience of her two husbands us giv
of Vancouver, Washing asleep or at least dozing, there was an en
to me. n e accepted a theory l gave
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ton, Mr. is Carter,
visiting liis brother, Ed Caster undulatory motion about her that sug- j htm and promised If possible to learn
t arver, of Qrvt>wn, the past two
gested the movement of a snake. He facts that would confirm It
months, left for her home in Portland and family.
had awakened her and asked her If He found an aunt of the subject of
A goodly number of Saiullakert nere she
not lieen dreaming, but she my story w4io told him that her sister
fair visitors at Tillamook last week, said had
she ha«l not been conscious during soon after her marriage had been
lo the people between Woods and among
number br ing Mr. and Mrs. her nap ami felt much better for It.
frightened by a serpent. Six months
Beaver I will start with the big gasoline Eugene the
after this episode the child, who be-
wood saw between Sept, f> and 10 and Ladd.
Mrs. Severnnce-IInmmond. wns
would like to have all the woik 1 can
My theory wns that the moth
vfcy Dr. Wendt fits glasses. 1 ilia- It not for this 1 would have concluded er’s fright
cct. Prices right. Chas Cruthers.
at tlU-s critical period affect
W oods, Oregon.
c $ > - inook, Ore.. I. O. U. F. Bid. that what he bnd seen was the work ed the nature of the child.
PERSO N A L
IT E M S
j in order to reassure him, but it did uot.
Wm. A. M1G H