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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1916)
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
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AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
Notice for Publication.
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D E P A R T M E N T OK T H E IN T E R IO R
1'. 8. L A N D OFFICE at Portland, Or- -
gon, April 3, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that Lewis S.
Keene, of Beaver, Oregon, who, on Oe-
tober 11th, 1912, made homestead entry
No. 03660, for n e b4 of n e x4, section
township 8 south,
west, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final tlnee-
vear proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Clerk of the
County Court for Tillamook County,
Oregon, at Tillamook, Oregon, on the
first day of June, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
O. W. Rumanian, Elisha P. Mills, R o
bert C. Magarrell, William S. Speece,
all of Beaver, Oregon.
Proof made according to law under
which entry was made.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Farm
A big line of Easter cards at High’ s
We have just received
er, Sunday, a girl.
Obe Mattoon is suffering with a boil
The effects of last Saturday’s work on
tiie school grounds is visible and pleas
on his hand.
Attorney Marx, of Tillamook, was in ing.
Mrs. Carrie Morgan, formerly of Port
C. I. Clough and family, of Tillamook, land, is visiting with the Nelson and
were Cloverdal« visitors Sunday.
Dr. J. <1. Turner, formerly of Lowe &
Rev. F. S. Ford left yesterday morn
ing to attend the Presbytery at Port Turner, eve specialists of Portland, will
he at Cloverdale Hotel April 19, at
Beaver April 20 and at Tillamook April
Full blood, single comb, White Leg 21 and 22. Dr. Turner devotes his en
And you will find in this line some
horn eggs for setting. Order now. Ivan
tire time, energy and effort exclusively very seasonable Gifts for Birthdays
to the eye. He is a graduate of the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lowranee are now Northern Illinois College of Opthamol- and many other occasions.
occupying the house adjoining the edi ogv and Otology of Chicago, Illinois,
and lias had more than 18 years of hard
\V. A. Highsmith, of Oretown, is now practical experience and knows his bus
with the Cloverdale Mercantile Co. at iness thoroughly in all its branches.
Statement of the ownership, manage
Druggist and Stationer,
This is no side line. Dr. Turner gives
ment, etc., required by tlieactof Con
F. S. York left yesterday morning for
C LOVE RDALE ,
gress of August 24, 1912,
Beaver where he w ill assist John Jenck
Of Cloverdale Courier,
electric instruments, and when he pre
in the mill for a few weeks.
weekly at Cloverdale for April, 1916.
scribes glasses it is with positive and ab
Adam Babcock, of Pacific Citv, se
State of Oregon, County of Tillamook, *s
solute assurance that they are the best
cured the contract to build a large new
Before me, a notary public in and for
and only kind suited to your eyes. If
barn for C. Otzen at Oretown.
tlie[coiiTitv|aforesai<l,personally appear* d
you do not need glasses he will tell you
Frank Taylor, who, having been duly
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Rohedee, of so frankly. No charge for consultation
I want all the Red, White
sworn according to law, deposes and
Woods, were guests Sunday at the home oi examination.
says that lie is the publisher of the
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Murphy.
and Roan Bulls and Heifers,
Cloverdale Courier, and that the follow
A stock of high grade auto tires and Wednesday, April 19.
also Holstein Heifers and
ing is, to the best of his knowledge an*I
Prices low, the quality the
a true statement of the owner
best. 1). T. Edmund», Pacific City,
Guernsey Heifers I can get.
ship, management, etc., of the aforesaid
A very pleasant surprise party was
I will pay a good price for
publication for the date shown in the
On and after this date boys under the given Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and
caption. Publisher, Frank Taylor,
this class of stock.
age of 21 years are prohibited from play family last Thursday evening. Just as
editor, managing editor, business man
ing games in my place of business.— V. they were getting up from the supper
If there is no other way
ager, same. Owner of plant, Cha. Raw
table a number of their neighbors
Bond holders, mortgagees, or other se
The Literary society gave an interest*
nility holders, none.
Friday evening and
the stage and I will pay the
Taylor, publisher, husisness manager,
and a midnight lunch was served. At a
promises us a drama for the next meet
very late hour all departed for their
ing, May 7.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 4th dav of April, 1916.
Just arrived from "‘ the East/’ a line
of Ladies’ Hats, up-to-date and latest
S A N D L A K E H A P P E N IN G S ;
Notary public tor Oregon.
styles, 1’ ou are invited to call and in
My commission expirses June 23, 1914,
spect them. At I>. T. Edmunds, Pacific
Miss Carrie Brown has returned home
from Tillamook, where she has been at
Some road grading is being do.ie oil tending school, having been obliged to
Parkway Drive. We would he pleased quit on account of her eves not being
to see this driveway graded from the able to stand the night study.
church to the summit of the hill as it
Tuesday, April 4th, being the 68th
would make a scenic road. In descend birthday of Win. Galloway, Mrs. Eva
is the round trip rate to Los
ing the view that could be had would Webb and daughter Maude. Mr. and
Angeles. Six months return
be well worth the trip.
Mrs. Carpenter, G. W. Galloway and
limit with stopovers. The
We are informed that Mr. Eddy, wife and two sons gathered at his home
deputy state highwav commissioner, I to spend the dav. Alta, Mabel and
spring is a delightful time
who spent several days last month Clara Galloway, who had spent the dav
vi wing the roads of Tillamook county, at school, took supper with him. All
has tiled his report with the county had an enjoyable time and wished him
court recommending the Little Nestiic many more happy birthdays.
ca us a state highway and asking the health is not very good.
court to endorse the lecomuiendatinn.
Jim Thompson had the misfortune
Commissioner while plowing to get his leg hurt with a
Owens signed the recommendation and singletree. He is to he seen limping
are at their best. Nice warm
it is presumed the other members of the around, hut is able to fish.
sunny days making bathing
court have also signed it.
Mr. Edwards, Mr. Carter and Mr. I
ideal. Choice of beaches,
Carpenter wore Tillamook visitors Sat
T. Werschknl,accompanied by Mrs.
Santa Monica, Ocean Park,
Worschkul, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wersch- urday.
kul and son, hit the road Sunday morn-
The cheese factory starts operations
Beach and Newport are all
in,', in company w ith « big tat turkey, for the 17th inst.
Oscar Werschktil's home north of Tilla
within a tew minutes ride of
Mrs. Minnie Searcy returned to her
mook. The bird occupied floor space in mother’s home after a visit in Tilla*j
the rear portion of their Ford going over mook.
and the rear springs groaned with the
Remember that the beautiful
Joe Atkinson has a new automobile. He
extra weight hut not so on the return
came to the lake last Thursday and i
trip. Dave occupied the front seat ami
tie* auto hove into Cloverdale in the gave several of his friends a ride. He re-
evening looking like all springs were in turned home Saturday.
Mrs. Ira Diamond and Mrs. L. L. G a l- '
the rear and none in front.
loway, the carpet weaver of the lake, |
is open all the year. Many
The city council of Tillamook criticised were Tillamook visitors Wednesday.
of the best exhibits from the
R colder Aschim recently because of Mrs. Galloway delivered some work she
hi* not finding Dr. Reedy guilty of had finished. Anyone desiring weaving
breaking the speed limit and Mr. done, carpets or rug*, w rite or call and
been taken to San
A-chim very plainly told the said coun get prices.
this fair big
cil that if they were dissatisfied with his
John Cameron is enjoying a visit from
wax < f doing business he would resign
his brother from New York.
and the council advised him they would
JWrite for our booklet on San
accept his resignation whereupon it was Cameron is making preparations to get
Diego and Southern California
C n lend, ’fin* case is one very much to hi* new house built by clearing a place
for the siime. Ha will build by the road
h regretted a« Mr. Aschim ns we are
Ask local agent for farther information or
le I to believe lias been u very valuable this time.
write John M. Scott, General Pas
o cer and a magistrate reputed as deal
senger Agent, Portland, Ore.
in.' justly with everybody. The law at land.
times piv-ctii t s Midi restrictions upon
Mrs. Albert Brown has been very ill
a magistrate that it apparently looks a< tin* la*t few days. Hope she speedily
though the magistrate would he per recovers.
fectly justifiable in throwing the stat
Card of Thanks.
ute* ami ordinances in the hay and pro
ceed on hi* own initiative. However,
Wo wish to thank those who so kindly
lie cannot do thi*. and must he governed assist«! during our recent sad bereave
bv written codes. Ira C. Smith lias ment.
been appointed to till the oilier.
Mrs. L. M . Sutton.
A Beautiful New Assortment
Wm. A. HIGH
SMITH, The Calf Man