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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1915)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
and other n ew s of in ter est
J. Cochran moved hie family in from It is reported that Geo. Bodyfelt has
marketed 26 gallons of strawberries—a
W illamina Tuesday.
Virgil Maggarel has been awarded a
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Ed Leach and Clarence Vidito. of
patent on a piston ring.
and Winter gives a year -
J. M. Traxler returned to Cloverdale morning.
round of pleasure with a
last night from the “ Round-Up.”
Kodak,so why put off buy
Evening Telegram (daily) and
A little money spent on the bridge at the The
Cloverdale Courier, both papers one
Cloverdale may avert an accident.
Dr. W endt tits glasses. 1111a- William Werschkul left Monday for
We carry a fine line to se
mook, Ore.. I. O. O. F. Bid. San Fi*anciseo and Los Angeles, where
lect from and have a few
exceptional values in
Great are those 26c dinners at the he will spend the winter months.
slightly used Cameras.
Ramsey Hotel dining room, Tillumook, Full stock of fall Furniture, choice
Call in and allow us to
pieces at bottom prices. Jones-Knud
them to vou.
Frank W orthington and wife were son Furniture Co., Tillamook, Ore.
¡ 'E . f ^ K
K I U N i C C i A I D A C O .
down from Tillamook a couple days this Don’t forget the auction sale at the
c CxkYti. e a.
residence of J. H. Cockerharn, Clover
tomoriow (Saturday) afternoon at Druggist, Stationer and Kodak Dealer
Will Hoenicke and sister Anna, of dale
Sandlake, were in Cloverdule the first of 1 o’clock.
Eyes tested and glasses fitted—any
Prices right. A. 11. H arris, op-
Needed Road Improvement.
The new Hoor covering—Congoleum— kind.
ticion. At Tillamook Drug Store, Tilla Jerome
Dunn was in town Wednesday
at Jones-Knudson Furniture Co., Tilla mook, Ore.
a short visit at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Laffoon, of Coun county seat. Mr. Dunn
is very much
I’haris Stiverson returned home yes cil, Idaho, are in Cloverdale looking over interested in the good roads movement
property they recently secured from
terday having recovered from a slight the
and like a great many others in this end
injury sustained while outside.
of the county, he wants to see work com
Literary Clab Organized.
Mrs. H. K. Gaines returned from the
mence earty in the spring on the Little * |^0-MORROW’ or next day or
valley the fore part of the week and has A good sized gathering met at the Nestucca road. So do we. Here is
next week, whenever you
decided to remain in Tillamook county. school house last Friday evening and or where our cut-off over the tide land
a literary club.
would become doubly Useful. In order start looking tor your Aulum Suit,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cockerharn have ganized
make a desirable complete road that come and see us.
decided to soil their household goods and E. L. McCabe secretary.
benefit the Oretown-Neskowin
and move to southern California.
The club will meet every alternate people and every other property owner
Mr. and Mrs. A. W att, of Hemlock, Friday evening in the Cloverdale hall. in that section the road should be laved
B ran d egee,
were guests of their daughter. Mrs. W. Mrs. Chas. Lundipiist, Rev. Ford ami out on the most practical route from
A. High and family Sunday and Mon Professor Bid good entertained the first Oretown to the Sour Grass junction,
meeting with remarks and readings.
touching the cut-off road leading to
K in c a id & C o.
When in Tillamook and you want a
Burned to Death.
good meal at a most reasonable price Mrs. Frederick Kggleston, 30 years This will give those coming from the have tailored us a bountiful s u p
call at M. Oleson’s in the Ramsey Hotel old, wife of a rancher living near Ne- valley to the resorts here an opportunity
visit Neskowin and Pacific City or ply of wonderfully clever clothes.
halem, was burned to death in a fire to
either one of them without driving all Every style is truly correct, and
Now is the time to look for your heat which destroyed their house last Satur over
Christendom to get there. This whatever you pay, secures positive
ing stoves. We havo some choice bar day. Eggleston awoke to find their road also
a way for ranchers quality.
gains. Jones-Knudson Furniture Co., house on fire and hurried hi* wife and to get grain provides
three small children outside. He the.i at much less expense than
the house to save some furni now used. Today about by all the outside
TheCloverdnle young people planned a le-entered
ture. While thus engaged his wife travel is over the Three Rivers road and A . A . P e n n i n g t o n
good time at the beach for last evening sought
valuables. Her of necessity compels them to come
but owing to the rain adjourned to the charred to body save later some
Cloverdale to reach either of
hall where a pleasant evening was spent. ruins. The house and found
contents de through
or the ranches in the south
Mr. and Mrs.. .1. L. Gay and family re stroyed were valued at $1000 and the en end of the county.
to quite an ex
Notice of Completed Contract.
turned from their trip to the valley Sun tire loss falls on the family as their was tent is a lienetit to the This
is herebv given, that the
day. They were accompanied by Miss no insurance.
Master for Tillamook
I tta l'.dgar, of Rickreal, a cousin of the
has tiled in this office
voting ladies of the family.
A calf which gave milk when it was roads laved out where they should be his certificate for the completion of tlie
Miss Dorothy Owen entertained a few seven days old is reported by a New and will support such improvements re contract of M. J. and John Jenck, on
friends in honor of her thirteenth birth- i \ ork paper. At the age of one month gardless of the personal interests of a the E. E. Cross County road from Sta
day Thursday afternoon Gaines and it was being milked daily. The calf was few or many.
448 pluss 00 to Sta. 450 plus 00 and from
light refreshments made the time pas* born in I.eptondale July 4 and as soon
408 plus 38.1 to Sta. 400 plus 95.8, in ac
pleasantly. The hostess was the re :is it hei une famous it was bought for a
cordance with the plans and specifica
cipient of a number of dainty gifts.
curiosity. It is being exhibited.
tions, and any person, firm or corpora
having objections to file to the
John Franklin plead guilty to a charge
F i n n i s h R e s p e c t F o r th e L a w .
of assault and battery Monday in th e , In Finland there Is a deep and pre MEAT AND PRODUCE completion of said work, may do so
within two weeks from the date of the
justice court and was fined $;*> and costs. vailing respect for law.
The charge was preferred by C. O. "Can 1 have a shot at an elk?" asked
(R. I). Werschkul, Prop.)
Date«! »his 28th day of September,
Woolaey at the cannery. In default of a stranger of a peasant who 1’ved on
payment Franklin was remanded to the the fringe of a forest well stocked whb Market now open ready for busi 1915.
J. C. Holden,
county jail. This and several civil suits this noble game.
ness. Telephone vour wants.
filed made a busy week in the justice "No. sir. It’s against the law.”
Rig m akes North and
“W hat is the penalty?"
First publication Oct. 2, 1915.
"Two hundred Finnish marks."
Last publication Oct. 15, 1916.
I..M. Kraner has received the draw “All right. Will you come along with
Highest cush price paid for cal! Dr. Lister Would Furnish New Ones for
ings and siariflcations from bis attorneys me if 1 agree to pay the fine?"
at Washington on his invention of a "No, 1 won’t. It’s against the law. hides, cow hides ami young calves.
wrench which he is prosecuting throe h and I'm not going to break It.”—“Rus
a peculiar oi**ra-
the 1'nlted States patent office. It is a slnu Characteristics."
Our aim is to handle only first- tion on a certain business man. While
class stock and sell nothing we the gentleman was w orking on his au
tubular bundle automatic wrench that
would no use on our own table. tomobile he swallowed the lower pla *
adjusts itself to any bur and especially!
C o ltsfo o t Leaves.
adapted for use on automobiles and The smoking of dried coltsfoot leaves
of his back teeth. The plate tyas loea’e l
Trial Order Solicited
other machinery where it is impossible an tesla ted the tntmductlou of tobacco
with the X-ray and without much
to o|>crut«> other wrenches.
Matket next to Courier office, Cloverdale trouble the teeth were removed.
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