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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1916)
CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 2, 1916
J. H. DUNSTAN
SCHOOL RALLY AT WOODS
One of Tillamook’s Best Citizens
Succumbs at Salem.
Interesting Gathering at the Down
N e s t u c c a V a ä le y
G b O V C ß D rlL E , O REGO N
W e W an t Your Banking:
And can give you all th e a d v a n ta g es th a t
a n y other can give you.
Several of our customers are people we do not know by sight
though we have done business by mail with them for years.
Sym pathy was expressed on every
The second of the series of school
hand last week when the sad intelli rallies was held a t Woods on Saturday
gence was received th a t J . H. Dunstan,
of Tillamook, had become m entally de- last. A goodly num ber from Clover-
dale were present and enjoyed th e hos
Mr. Dunstan has been prom inent in pitality of the people of Woods—
th e grange and also president of the especially the ladies, for had it not been
County F air board.
lie personally for the ladies of Woods th a t p art of the
looked after m uch of the detail work rally set aside for refreshm ents would
and as he has been in ill health for have been so deliciously good and
some tim e, th is m ental stra in , was evi - 1 abundant.
dently too great for his weakened con- j I t was an exceptionally interesting
dition. L ater he took up w ith the event, but owing to a little tardiness in
C hristian Science faith expecting to be getting started, it was neccessarv to
helped, b u t it seems this culm inated bis close th e rally a t a tim e when th e in te r
trouble and on W ednesdey of last week est was at its best. All regretted th at
he became violently insane. He was the hour hail arrived when we had to
taken to Salem for tre a tm e n t Thursday part.
The next rally will be held at Ore-
and now his m any friends are again
shocked to learn of his d eath, which oc town, which will be a union of the
Oretown, Union and Neskowin rallies,
curred Tuesday evening.
Mr. D u n stan ’s wife and m other were on M arch 18rh. Everone is invised and
constantly w ith him , as near as physi rem em ber 10 o’clock sharp.
cians and a tte n d a n ts would perm it,
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
w atching and anxiously waiting for
T o h a lf p in t o f w a te r add X oz. B a y
words of encouragem ent from the
R um . a sm a ll b o x o f B a rb o C om pound,
physicians. The sym pathy of every and
% oz. o f g ly c e r in e . A p p ly to th e hair
citizen of the county is with them in tw ic e a w eek u n til it b e c o m e s th e d esired
sh ad e. A n y d r u g g is t ca n p u t th is up or
th is sad tria l.
y ou ca n m ix it a t h o m e a t v e r y little cost.
Mr. D unstan was a public spirited F u ll d ir e c tio n s fo r m a k in g an d u s e com e
m an of m ore than ordinary ability, in e a c h b o x o f B a r b o C om pound. It w ill
always seeking to improve and build up g r a d u a lly d a rk en str e a k e d , fa d e d g r a y
the county, He did much to make T il hair, an d r e m o v e s d an d ru ff. It Is e x c e l
lamook county w hat it is and in his de le n t fo r fa llin g h a ir an d w ill m a k e h arsh
mise the county loses one of its m ost a r h a ir s o f t an d g lo s s y . It w ill n ot color th e
dent supporters, a man who alwavs stood sca lp . Is n o t stic k y o r g r e a sy , an d d o es not
for w hat is rig h t, just and moral.
You need the Bank
vve need your business.
MUTUALITY, That’s all
B ank w ith your home bank and enlarge
th e B u s in e s s scope of the N estucca Valley.
believe we have given them satisfactory banking service and can
give you the same satisfaction.
Mail us Your Next Check or Checks
It saves you time, and TIME IS MONEY, especially at this season
of the year. No need to come to the bank in person.
SECURITY AND SERVICE Our Motto
INDUSTRIAL CLUB MEET
A Good Program and Interesting
On the evening of M arch 8, the
Cloverdale Industrial Club will hold a
meeting in the Cloverdale H all. They
have a tine program prepared. The
speakers of the evening will be Supt. W.
8. Buel and S tate Field W orker L. P.
H arrington, cf Corvallis, Oregon.
Mr. H arrington will bring his lan tern
and give an illustrated talk. There will
be no admission fee and all are cordially
invited, especially parents.
Get in touch with the Industrial Club
and its work.
Otlioe G round Floor
Bell PlK.no 53-J
P. O. Box 147
W ith Uollie W atson
Abstracts on Short Noiice
L. V. EB E R IIA R D , Manager.
Complete Set of A bstracts of the Records
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
To any person finding a buyer and m ak
ing a sale of t e
of pw ^ and s w
of s e $$ of Sec. 11, Twp 5 south,*of
Range 10 W est, W. M. Easy term s.
For particulars address owner, P. O.
Box 376, Portland, Oregon.
“Nobody Home,” In Two Acts.
Act 1.—O pportunity knocks. “ Who’s
that?" asked the wife of her husband.
“Nobody. M aybe a beggar. Let him
Great are those 26c dinners a t the
knock. Nobody home.” replied the lag
Hotel dining room, Tillamook,
Tw enty years have elapsed.
Act 2.—“ W hat’s that noise?” asked
the old m an of his old wife.
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of ulum b-
The noise is repeated. “There It Is ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. T il
again. Go to the window and see lamook. Ore.
w hat It Is," Raid the old husband.
W ife goes to window and peers
through the tattered curtains. Comes THE COULTER CO.
M anufacturers of Violins, M andolins
buck. “It Is the wolf.” she says. “ It
and G uitars—Select Strings and Rosin
won’t go. ns did the other visitor we
—Revoicing, restoring ami repairing
turned aw ay."—Richmond Times Dls
Violins. W orkm anship of 20 years of
high grade experience.
The Chinese Junk is to most w estern
eyes a curious not to Ray outlandish
type of vessel. Yet a nautical a u th o r
ity In picturing and describing a fa
mous c raft of tills kind which visited
Europe and America as long ago ns
1848 says th a t she proved herself an
excellent sea boat, with powers of
w eathering a storm equal If not supe
rior to vessels of w estern build. This
Junk, the Keying, Is also declared to
have made a run “equal to the tim e of
the best packet ships of the period."
Inform ation of this kind about foreign
methods is often truly educative to
Am ericans Inclined to bo boastful.
E. Burns, Agent.
MORE MEN THAN WOMEN
Surgeons state men are slightly more
subject to rppendicitis th a n women.
Cloverdale |>eople should know th a t a
few doses of sim ple bucktborn bark,
glycerine, etc., as m ixed in Adlerika,
often relieve or prevent ap|<endicttis.
This m ixture removes such surprising
fo u l m atter th a t ONE SPOONFUL re
lieves alm ost ANY CASK constipation,
so u r stom ach or gas. The INSTANT,
easy action of Adler-i-ka is surprising.
W. A. High, druggist