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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
a n d o t h e r n e w s o f in t e r e s t
I nder New
The Todd Hotel
Tillam ook, Oro.
W. A. High spent Sunday last in Til The Literary Club will soon be re
established and meetings held regularly. STOCK REM ED IES
L. S. HUSHBECX, Proprietor.
E. E. Coleatock was a Tillamook Take the old reliable White stage for '
Now is just the time when
a comfortable, safe and sure trip to
your cattle and horses need Dining Room run on Family Style
a good tonic.
Henry Kamp is having the lobby of Tillamook.
the hotel wainscoated.
Commencing next Wednesday night
We carry a full line of the
Andy Heater returned yesterday from there will be a series of pictures en
stock remedies and can
a short visit with his sister in Beaver. titled “ The Ciirl in the Game” at the
you with whatever
Cloverdale hall. The proceeds will be
Great are those 25c dinners at the turned over to the church.
Ramsey Hotel dining room, Tillamook,
If your stock is troubled
Saturday evening, March 4, Mr. and
lice, try a can ot Cres- THE COULTER CO.
Mrs. L. Burns, of the Castle Itoch
Manufacturers of Violins, Mandolins
ogent, the stock dip.
l’lasker Bros, for all kinds of ulumh- ranch, gave an old time basket supper.
and Guitars—Select Stringsand Rosin
ing, bath room outfits and lixtures. Til About fifty were present, all enjoying
—Revoicing, restoring ana repairing
\ iolins. W orkmanship of 20 years of
themselves so thoroughly th at many !
Bring a’.l vour old gunny sacks to us.
We pay 5e apiece for them. Cloverdale low on Three Itivers.
If J. Rufus Wallingford, the character CLOVERDALE,
Miss Jennie Ward will leave the first of many financial schemes, should visit LITERARY AND MUSI
in April for Monmouth, where she will Beaver, he would find a geuius for finan
CAN EE PREVENTED
attend tin* State Normal.
cial manipulation, that would put in
Cloverdale peopie should know that a
Joe Everest left Tuesday morning to the shade anything his imaginative
few doses of simple buckthorn hark,
take up his duties as cheesi-maker in a brain ever gave way to. One of the A Rare Display of Talent Monday Even glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i ka,
Denmark. Ore., factory.
often relieve or prevent appendicitis.
ing, March 27
citizens of our neighbor town (we are
This simple mixture removes such sur
Bankers Harrison and Robinson, of withholding names; inadvertantly over
the Tillamook County Bank, were in drew his account at one ot the Tilla Monday evening, March 27, will he prising foul m atter that ONE SPOON
FUL relieves almost ANY CASE con
Cloverdale last Sunday,
mook banks and upon being notified
stomach or gas. A short
Harold Bailey, of Neskowin, has se took the m atter quite seriously and musical and literary entertainm ent. treatm ent sour helps
cured the position us assistant cheese* hastened to find a way th at he might Every effort is being made to make this trouble. Adler-i-ka chronic
reimburse the bank without waiting for
maker in the Cloverdale factory.
next morning’s mail. He took out his entertainm ent one of the most inter ever sold. \Y. A. High. Druggist.
Buy your milk cans now while we are check book and wrote the bank a check esting that has been presented for some
selling them at the low price of $2.55 for the amount of the overdraft on the time and as the cause is for a worthy Resolutions by Tíllameos County Fair
each. Cloverdale Mercantile Co.
same account he had already overdrawn, purpose every seat in the church should
At a meeting of the Tillamook County
Mr. and Mrs. Betchart, renters on the gave it to a fi ¡end enclosed in an en he The
Werselikul ranch, are the proud parents velope with the request that he hand it 10c. price of admission w ill be 25c and Fair Board, held on Saturday, the 11th,
the following resolution was duly
of a new hoy which arrived last Friday, in at the bank as soon as he reached
Tillamook. The banker smiled when
H ill Renter, of (iretown, was a Clover- he
Resolved, That the Fair Board very
pinned to the over in the next issue of the Courier.
dale visitor Saturday, enroute home draft saw slip the and check
feel the loss of their esteemed
advised the beater to re
Not to Be Broken.
from an extended visit in San Frunciseo. turn them to their
Mr. J. H. Dunstan;
“Has your husband a strong will?”
'1 lie Evening Telegram, Portland’s
“My dear. Ids will is incontestable.” That the community has lost a leader
best daily paper, and the Cloverdale
who was actuated by a desire to advance
Hemlock, Ore., March 12,
Courier, both pupers one year for only
upbuilding and best interests of all
A pleasant little ripple of surprise When most Most
of the ebunty and one who gave a
people choose food for
and whole hearted ser
thought they take a predigested vari
When in Tillamook and you want n today when Joseph S. Lowrnnce, one of ety.—.!
good meal at a most reasonable price Cloverdale’s promising young men,
sense of honor in all
call at M. (Meson's in tin* Ramsey Hotel legally, if somewhat against our will,
What Started the Quarrel.
fellow man, was a
Wit» (at homei— Hello, dear
captivated and carried away one of our est! Young
a father to the
Husband uit the office»—
Notice of the opening to entry of the most promising young women, Anna H. Hello! Young
Who Is it?—Puck.
Siletz Indian reservation was received Rutgers. The ceremony took place at
That the Fair Board hereby express
Hard to Say Sometimes.
at the land office this week. There are the home of the bride’s parents at Willie—Pa.
sympathy to Mrs. Dunstan and to
when has a man horse
about 1(1,000 acres subject, to homestead i about 3 o’clock in the afternoon and sense? Pa—When
his aged parents, and
wu* performed by Dr. J. I. Montgomery, my son.—Philadelphia Evening Ledger That these resolutions be entered in
the secretary’s hook and a copy he
I lie members of the Presbyterian «ne of tin* evangelists now bolding meet
Very Little Difference.
church are rehearsing for musical and mgs in Pleasant Valiev. The happy First Childhood—When
older friends presented to Mrs. Dunstan and one
literary entertainm ent to he given in pair left at once for their new home in of the family condescendingly ask you given to the county papers for publica
the I’reshyterian church Monday even Cloverdale. We feel keenly the loss to how old you are.
us l>ut congratulate Cloverdale upon re- Second Childhood — When younger
ing. March 27.
L. M. Kraner, Pres. Protem,
receiving this acquisition to their town. friends of the family condescendingly
W. S. Buel, County School
L’ollie Watson, of l illamo k, arcom
]>anied by C. D. Gahrielsou. of Salem,
special agent of the Queen ami Rov.nl
In New Qmrtars.
Insurance Companies, visited Clover- The A miner Furniture Co. have moved “Are you afraid of death?"
(fate today in the interest of their busi- and are now located next door to | ost “Yes. 1 am.”
agricultural and horticultural societies
oflice. Tillamook Citv, and have on dis “ W h y ?"
and granges of the north end of tiie
Remember the school rally at Ore- play an exceptionally fine stock of well "Well. I have never heard of any ; county with respect to their recommen
town this Saturday, March 17. This is selected Furiiilure. Call and let ns body w hoever licked It "—Detroit Free dation of someone representing them to
third rally so far and they are growing make your acquaintance.
lili the »aeaney on the board.
A miner Furniture Co.
in interest. You should not miss thi*
Erwin Harrison, Secretary.
RECIPE TOR GRAY HAIR.
one as it is a tri-school affair, Union,
Notice to Yolera.
Euehl Milk Cans.
To half pint of w ater mid 1 oz. Hf>y
Med a and ((retow n.
mvself as a candi*
Having purchased 300 of the Buehl,! and *4 oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair
Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Kraner, Arha pressed
23 11» can, we are in i twice a week until it becomes the desired
Stivers..n. Miss Ruth Clark and Mr*. a position toi>, to pioneer
at the extremely
Geo. Stivers >n and children, autoed to low price of $2 sell .'»5 them
each. You can have
directions for m aking and use come
Tillamook Saturday. Mrs. Stiverson one or as many as you choose at this In Full each
N. J. Myers.
of fl.irbo Compound. It will
was returning home after a visit here of bargain price. Cloverdale Mercantile Co. gradually box darken
streaked, faded gray
Artichoke Seed For Sale.
hair, and rem oves dandruff. It is excel
a couple of weeks. Miss Clark re
d siring artichokes for seed
mained until Sunday evening, the gue-t
hair soft and glossy. It will not color the can secure same l»v calling on Chas.
Miss Miller, a former Cloverdale
scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not Bay, Cloveidale. Price, dug 2c ia*r lb.,
O P - niook, (ire.. I. O. ((. F. B1J. I rub off.
in the ground l l2c pel lb.
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
Wm. A. HIGH
E, Barns, Agent,