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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1915)
IT E M S
OF IN T E R E S T
Lloyd Peck is clerking in the drug
Sale of Holiday Gift Goods
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Arwtill, Tues
day, a son.
Remember the Slogan, “ SH OP E A R L Y . ”
DOING TH INGS.
I am only one.
But still I am one.
I cannot do ever'thing.
But still 1 can c’o something.
And because I cannot do everything
I will not refuse to do the some
thing which I can do.
— Edward Everett Hale.
By so doing you get
Elmer Webb spent Sunday with home the cho 'cesi selections.
folks at Tillamook.
Report of the condition of the
Our line of H oliday Gift Goods will be the nicest assortment of such
Chester Worthington was a Tilla goods that have ever been shown here and equal to any you will
mook visitor Wednesday.
The line is too extensive too enumerate the various nice things.
W M . A. HIG H ,
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
Oscar Taggart, of Neskowin, was a Suffice to sav that we have something for everyone and just the things
Cloverdale visitor Wednesday.
that will please you.
In the state of Oregon, at the close of
We invite you to call early and look the line over, enjoy the
J. D. Pearson, of Dolph, was a Clover-
business, Nov. 10,1915.
of seeing whether you wish to buy or not. You are always
dale business visitor Saturday.
P. II. Messner was in Tillamook a few
Loans and discounts............... $28,807.93
If desired packages will be laid aside to be delivered later.
Overdrafts, secured and un
days the latter part of last week.
Mesdames Beckwith and Mvers, of
Bonds and warrants................. 2,501.00
Meda.were Cloverdale shoppers Wednes
Furniture and fixtures............................. 2,200.00
Other real estate owned.......... 2,052.40
OREGON Due from banks (not reserve
Miss Helen Beals is spending the
banks). ................................... 3,667.26
week end with her parents at Tilla
Due from approved reserve
Con Newhill has sold his ranch near
here to Ed Earl, of near Tillamook.
Corvallis, Ore,, Nov. 24.— Farmers Checks and other cash items
Tools for the manual training depart* Consideration $5000. Mr. Newhill ad
and home makers of the Cloverdale dis Cash on hand............................ 1,527.58
partment of the high school, have been vises us that he will move to Grizzle,
trict are doing a good deal of thinking
Oregon. We regret to lose Con, hut
Mrs. A. Watt, of Tillamook, visited welcomo the new comers.
and home more prosperous and satis
her daughter, M rs. High, the latter part
Webb McGinnis, who was injured factory. All such will undoubtedly be
paid in ................$15,000.00
of last week.
three months ago in a motorcycle ac
glad of an opportunity to have the help Surplus fund............................
W. H. Christensen, of Oretown, and cident, and having been confined ever of a half-dozen specialists in the most Undivided profits,...................
Harry Beckwith, of Msda, were in the since in a hospital, has so far recovered important phases of farm and home Individual deposits subject
to check................................. 21,959.07
as to be able to return home last Satur
life and industries, who will conduct a Cashier checks outstanding..
day. With the aid of crutches he is two-day session of the Oregon Agricul Time and savings deposit,........
W. FI. Webb, of Sandlake, was a visi able to get around the house.
tural College movable school at Clover
tor a couple of days this week at the C.
Bills payable for m oney.........
Some of the taxpayers of Douglas dale Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. These schools
.1. Worthington home.
county are going to fight an appropria in Tillamook county are under the
A. M. Austin came down from Tilla tion of $2000 to enforce the prohibition auspices of Roy C. Jones, county agri
mook Sunday and is doing some sur law. It takes money to catch bootleg culturist, who will have charge of the State of Oregon, County \
veying in this end of the county.
gers and if justices of the peace and rir- arrangements essential to the success of
1, E. L. McCabe, cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
Win. Raleigh was in Cloverdale Tues cuit judges would impose a good heavy the schools.
Among the subjects to he handled aie the above statement is true to the best
day from the fishing grounds, and left tine on this class of law breakers this
should be a source of revenue and not soils and crops, farm livestock, dairying, of my knowledge and belief.
Wednesday morning for Sheridan.
15. L. McCabe. Cashier.
an additional burden upon the tax fruit and vegetable production, poultry
We have a good ranch to lease to any
Subscribed and sworn to before me
payers.—Tillamook Headlight. It takes and eggs and home making. Forenoon, this 22nd day of November, 1915.
responsible party who will buy the
money to catch bootleggers, nothing afternoon and evening sessions w ill be
Frank Taylor, Notary Public.
stock. Taylor Real Estate Agency.
My commission expires Sept. 9, 1919.
truer was ever uttered, and the advice held, all of which are entirely free. The
Rev. Ford and family left Tuesday to make the fines heavy is excellent, value of the work will depend upon the
Road Survey Completed
morning for Tillamook, where they but as to the source of revenue it might number of persons taking it, and in or
County Surveyor Shreive,accompanied
Editor be well to explain that all tines must be der to get the full benefit a large attend
Trombley and family.
turned over to the county treasurer and ance must be had. The instructors will by his corps of helpers, and James
to the school fund. It might give lectures, some of them illustrated, Baker and Herman Farmer, of Beaver,
Make no mistake aud make no dates
of revenue to the school conference on personal problems anti have been in Cloverdale this week sur
except that you will he at the vocal and
veying and viewing the new road from
instrumental concert to ho given at ttie fund if the district attorney was provided answer questions on subjects of local in
Daniels’ ranch to the Werschkul
Presbyterian church next Wednesday with money to make convictions.
The line as surveyed is almost
The home economies work will he
Vocal and Instrumental Concert.
and though the distance on
Programs are out announcing a vocal conducted nt the same time as the work the old road is less than two miles the
The fishing season closed on the 20th
of farm problems, since tHe interests are
and a truck load of the Japanese em uml instrumental concert to be given at
distance saved is nearly half a mile. To
ployes passed through Cloverdale Mon the Presbyterian church Wednesday
put it in exact figures the distance be
Following is the program:
day for Tillamook, where they took the evening, December 1. The proceeds
the stake points on the new sur
Tuesday, Nov. 30—Morning, 10 to 12
will he used to buy music, etc., for the
train for Portland.
feet and on the old road
church orchestra. It will he entertain —Supplementing whey for hog feeding, 8,100 feet. As the grade field notes
A report was in circulation yesterday
ing and interesting and should have the R. E. Reynolds. Care and management have not been commutted no definite
that the water was undermining the
support of all. The price of admission of herd, E. B. Fitts
Thrae Rivers bridge. Road Supervisor
Afternoon— 1 to 4— Co-operative or figures for excavation and fills can be
is lo cents ami 10 cents for . hildren.
Baker went to the bridge and while the
ganization of dairymen, testing milk for given.
The surveyors left this morning for
turbulent water was high the bridge
caesin ami lmtterfat, breeding and feed
was found to he safe.
ing for milk production, E. B. Fitts.
barn of George Kellow’s on the hank
Evening—8 to 10— Hog breeds and j
Wants $2,000 to Prosecute With.
Clovcrdale.Grange celebrated Thanks
of the river near the Farmer grade, was management, R. E. Reynolds. T ypos' District Attorney Goyue wants $2,000 to
giving with a program and dinner.
blown into the river. The barn con and breeds, E. B. Fitts.
he expended through his office to en
Turkey, duck, chicken with cranberry
tained a horse, buggy and an automo
the prohibition law. It should be
sauce, formed a part of the menu. The
bile. Mr. Kellow saw the barn roll —Silage crops and silage making, J. E. ] granted him. Might as will hire a me
program was reported excellent aud the
into the river and hastened to the place. Larson. The home orchard, W. S. chanic, pay him a good salary and then
day ytu* full of enjoyment for a large
Flic barn lodged against some brush Brown.
refuse to give him tools or material to
number of members of the order.
! and remained until the horse and auto
Afternoon—1 to 4— Co-operative mar work with, as to provide no means for
■‘ The Perils of Pauline" is the title of were taken out when it drifted down keting of poultry products, W.S. Brown. the prosecutor to work with.
a •‘• tio - of pictures to he run at the stream with the buggy. Mr. Kellow Kale and root crops, J. E. Larson. ' thousand dollars in the treasury tor the
picture show here Saturday nights, the fo"owad the wreck with a boat and at Small fruits Uhe brambles), W. 8 purpose of hiring detectives and paying
first to he given tomorrow evening in l: itt’s landing succeeded in getting the Brown.
rewards will have a w holesome effeet to
six rtcls. Each evening is a complete buggy away from the debris hut not
Evening—8 to 10— Breeds of poultry: prevent bootlegging.
If you take a
until quite hadlv damaged. We under
storv hut on the general title. These
stand the auto was damaged to some e x
pictures will run through the next two tent hut that the horse came out un- yard manures and ihcir conservation plainly see that the request slum Id he
' injured. The barn was a total loss.