Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, August 10, 1916, Image 2

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    LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
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Wise & Massey, Dentists.
P. M. Stiverson for photo work.
L ester Ray
Tuesday.
Dell P en ter, Arba C raven, and Cliff
M attoon and wife were in the city from
Meda yesterday.
was up from Oretown
T he M ontgom ery-N orthrup band will
hold services in th e Hebo school house
Mrs. J . L. George spent Sunday a t S unday evening.
N ehalem .
Twenty-four automobiles were parked
A rchie Gist has a fine h a m on his a t Pacific City last Sunday a n d th e
r a n c h nearly com pleted.
place had th e appearance of a well
patronized
Hummer resort. Q uite a few
W. II. K andle and Earl Breeding, of
cam
pers
are
located there.
Meda, were in town Monday.
Rev. H ornschuch, of Dolph, formerly
Miss Lucile George i* visiting a t th e
pastor
of th e E vangelical church,
Will C h ristensen home a t Oretown.
Salem, will preach in th e P resb y teria n
A baby boy arrived this m orning a t c h u rc h h ere Sunday m orning a t 11
th e hom e of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Boon. o’clock. Come out and h ea r him .
F or sale—House and lot cheap. Term s
J . M. f r a x l e r was visited th e la tte r
to rig h t party. E n q u ire Courier office. p art ot last week by his son, F red, who
M artin Jen e k and m o th er re tu rn e d is a m em ber of the crew of th e U. S. navy
last F riday from a few days visit a t Til­ ship M arblehead. They left M onday
m orning in th e ir auto for P o rtla n d ,
lamook.
Priscilla, th e three-year-old child of
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of d u m b ­
ing, b ath room outfits and fixtures. T il­ C. A. S m ith , was struck by a r u n n in g
horse Tuesday afternoon a n d q u ite
lamook, Ore.
badly h u rt. Dr. S hearer was called and
Mrs. Dave Bailev is e n tertain in g her
on e x a m in a tio n found no bones broken,
sister, Mrs. G lynn and daughter G reta,
bu t th e rig h t arm badly bruised.
of A lbany, Ore.
T he Cloverdale C anning club w ent to
T. A. P o rte r and wife and M arion
Beaver Tuesday for th e ir first lesson. The
Bailev a n d wife, of Oretown, were in
m em bers are
A lm a
L a n d in g h a m ,
tow n W ednesday.
R achael W ard, Dorothy Owen, Lois
E d ito r R em asters, of the
Amity George and J e n n ie Glick. Mr. and
S ta n d a rd , is spending his sum m er v a ­ Mr*. K ran er took th e m over in th e ir
cation a t Pacific City.
auto.
Howard S hearer, wife and babe, of
M i. and Mrs. S charack and Mr. and
P ortland, are th e guests of the Dr. Mrs. William P o rte r and son, of O r­
S hearer hom e this week.
leans, Neb., arrived a t O retow n in two
autom
obiles last S a tu rd a y and are the
Mrs. Peck, of P ortlan d , cam e to
guests
of Mr. a r d Mrs. T. A. Porter.
Cloverdale F riday and is visiting at the
They
expect
to re m a in here a couple of
hom e of her son, Lloyd Peck.
weeks.
Ford cars will be sold by Ackley &
Mr. a n d Mrs. V. S paulding and
Rosenberg, Tillamook, till J u l y 1st, on
children,
accom panied bv M amie Call,
easy paym ents. Touring car $403.25.
left Sunday m o rn in g for an a u to trip to
Miss Athelia T hayer a n d
cousin,
the ea stern p a r t of W ashington and
Robert C lark, J r . , of P o rtla n d , are visit­
and Oregon. Before r e tu r n in g they
ing Mrs. Frank Owens for a few days.
will drive in to California. They e x ­
W. A. P o uter and wife were u p from pect to be aw ay a couple of weeks.
th e ca n n ery W ednesday. Mr. P enter
Elder R. Y. Blalock will preach n ext
reports th e ru n of salm on very low now.
Sunday
in th e Cloverdale
Baptist
L. J . Redberg and wife, Ole ltedberg
clnirch a t 1 1 a . m. an d 2 p. m. His s u b ­
and W. H. C hristen sen were business
ject in th e m orning will be “ The Keys
visitors in town W eddesday from Ore-
of th e K in g d o m ,” an d in t h s afternoon
town.
“ Binding a n d L osing.” E verybody r e ­
Mrs. Earl Barker, of P o rtla n d , cams quested to come, bring vour d in n e r and
hom e on account of th e illnesg of her enjoy bo th services a n d a basket dinner.
m o th e r, Mrs. Axel Nelson, who is some
Mr. C lark and family and Mr. Thayer,
better
of P ortland, and kliss T h av e r, of T illa ­
W hen in Tillamook and you w ant a
mook, autoed h ere last F riday ami re­
good meal a t a m ost reasonable price
m ained a couple of days. They carried
call at M Oleson's in th e R am sey Hotel
with th em as a mascot Pete, th e tam e
dining room.
duck t h a t has won th e good graces of
Oscar H e llenbrand was in th e city the family. This is t h e t h ird tr i p Pete
Tuesday from Lincoln Bounty. He is has accom panied the Clark family over
helping pu t up the hav crop on the here to enjoy an outing. Mr. C lark is
farm a t Neskowin.
in th e em ploy of Allen A Lewis, w hole­
T he surveying crew com pleted their salers ot P ortlan d .
survey on th e Big Mestucca d ra in and
left Tuesday for Corvallis.
(la m e W arden Leach was on the
Neetucca River and bay last uight and
notified four of th e fishermen to appear
before J u s tic e Taylor for a violation of
t h e fishing law.
W. K. Rohcdce. the d esse m in ato r of
m erc h an d ise a n d fish stories, at the
dow n river tow n of Woods, was p re a m ­
bulatin g in th e business c e n te r of Clover
dale Monday.
Under the Direction of the State
HygienelSociety—Some
Things Everyone
Should Enow.
O u tin g
N e c e s s itie s
T
T h e State H ygiene society, of which
Rev. Snyder is a m e m b e r, will hold two
m eetings in C loverdale n e x t week F ri­
d ay afternoon a n d evening. T h e afte r­
noon m eeting will be for ladies and the
evening m eeting for m en.
W hile th e m eetings will be u n d e r the
auspic-ps of t h e s t a t e organization Rev.
S nyder, w ho is spending his vacation at
Beaver, will give t h e lecture, assisted bv
Dr. Robinson, of Tillam ook.
I t was arran g e d to furnish t h e Courier
w ith some d a t a on th e subject, b u t the
m a te ria l did n o t arrive. T he s tate so­
ciety was organized for th e purpose of
d essem inating lite ra tu re a n d giving lec­
tu res th a t would inform t h e uninform ed
relative to th e body a n d t h e sex. The
meetings will be held in t h e church
F riday, A ugust 18, afte rn o o n a n d ev e n ­
ing. F un d s for th e m a in te n a n c e of this
society are a p p r o p ria te d by th e legisla­
tu r e and th e m eetings a r e free.
W hen you go on an outing you
need Cups and Plates.
J u s t step into our store a n d get a
package of P a p e r Plates, D rinking
Cups or O uting Package.
T h e y ’re just th e th in g for an o u t ­
ing trip. Saves b o th erin g w ith
dishes a n d are perfectly s a n itary .
Also take a look a t those little
Prem o’s for th e youngsters or a
Kodak for th e older ones. Y o u ’ll
certainly need one.
Wm. A. HIGH
Drag gist and Stationer,
CLOVERDALE,
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OREGON
J . R. Bidgood a n d family r e tu r n e d
home from th e valley today.
A large an d appreciative audience
greeted Rev. S nyder a t th e P re s b y teria n
church last Sunday evening to h e a r his
lecture on “ Sissies and M ollycoddles.”
The spea k er’* in te rp re ta tio n of th e s u b ­
ject was different from th e ord in ary
ami gave his h earers m u ch food for
thought.
Miss S nyder re n dered two
beautiful solos t h a t were m u ch a p p r e ­
ciated. At th e close of th e service Rev.
Snyder expressed his willingness to
come again n ex t Sunday evening and
announced as his subject “ M an is as
Ilis Mind is” and Miss S nyder will
favor us with some special num bers.
The people of Cloverdale are surely for­
t u n a te to obtain such a splendid speaker
for so m a n y services. Do not miss one
of th e m .
Dr. T u rn e r, th e
W h it e G loves.
W hite gloves can be ta n n e d by soak
lng them In a saffron solution until
th e required t i n t has been obtained.
V e r y Different.
“I say, y our e a rs have n e v e r been
pierced, Alleeu!” “ No, b u t th e y ’re be­
ing ‘bored.’ ’’—Lehigh Burr.
Success.
T h e ta le n t of success Is no more
|h a n doing w h a t you ca n do well w ith
out a th o u g h t of fam e.—Longfellow.
N o strils .
M an Is th e only anim al w hose nos­
trils open d o w n w a rd . E v en th e high­
est a p e s ’ nostrils open to th e front.
T h e C ra b .
A c r a b seized while feeding by a
g re a te r and s tro n g e r will c o n tin u e Its
well known meal while being itself devoured.
L o n g e st B ible V erse.
eye specialist of P o rtla n d , will
be in Cloverdale again, Monday, August
21, at Beaver, Tuesday, August 22, and
Tillam ook, A ugust 23 and 24. D on't
fail to consult him a b o u t your eyes and
glasses. Be sure an d let him show the
new invisible Bifocal, w ith o u t lines or
seam s to c a tc h d irt, stra in th e eyes or
cause effort. One light, solid piece of
glass t h a t looks like a single pair yet
answ ers th e purpose of two, enabling
you to read or do close work and see
d is ta n t objects perfectly. D on’t forget
th e date,
T h e longest verse in th e Bible, the
ninth verse in th e eighth c h a p te r of
E sther, contain s ninety words.
Pleased at L ast.
“ W a s y o u r last m istress satisfied
w ith you?” S e rv a n t—Well, she said
she w a s well pleased w h e n I l e f t
A M o u rn e r.
F u n e ra l D ire cto r (to g e n tle m a n ) -
A re you one of th e m o u rn e rs ? G entle­
m a n - Y e s ; he owed me $500.
A n Im p o s s ib ilit y .
P atience—Did you e v e r try counting
ten before speaking? P a trice—Yes; I
tried It once, b u t I c a n ’t do it.
The latest in ladies’ hats is th e tilting
lid. I t will be convenient in this
co u n try as th e rain will only tall on one
shoulder at a time.
M ary Knew.
G* ze m e s s — W h a t Is th e f u t u r e of th e
verb “to love,” M ary? Pupil (a fte r a
T he Evening Telegram , P o rtla n d ’s pause)—To m a rry , m a ’am.
best daily paper, an d the Cloverdals
A n c ie n t Legal Fees.
C ourier, both papers one year for only
Iu 1470 a b a r r i s te r ’s fee iu E n g lan d
$3.50.
w as less th a n a dollar, with fourpence
W h a t a m arrie d m an c a n ’t u n d e r­
s ta n d is why a single m an is unable to
Mrs. J. J . McGinnis e n te rta in e d a party
ap p reciate his liberty.
of young people Tuesday afternoon. It
Notice to Herse Owners
was th e young ladv's b irth d a y and
E.
E.
Cress, of Hebo, has purchased
proved a very enjoyable affair. After a
th
e
Percherou
horse “ L iberal” and will
jolly round of games delicious re fre s h ­
keep
him
a
t
his
hern on th e place. Im ­
m ents were served.
Mrs. M cGinnis
prove
your
stock
by th e use of this
was assisted by Mrs. Haas.
Those
registered
P
ercheron.
present w ere: Viva and E d ith Owens,
Beryl Oolestock, Dorothy and E dith
Man proposes and wom an accept«—
Owen, Fvelvn and Melviu High ami th e and in after years th ey w onder how the
honor g u e s t.
fool killer happened to overlook them .
th ro w n in fo r a dinner.
To honor her neice, M adaline Haas,
M a n ’s D ia r y .
T h e life of every m a n is a d ia ry in
w hich he m e a n s to w rite oue story and
w rites another.
V i r g i n i a Dare.
j
T h e first w h ite child born In th e colo­
nies was Virginia D are at R oanoke is­
land. Aug. 18. 1587.
B r a in y A n ts .
A nts have larger b ra in s In proportion
to th e size of th e ir bodies th a n auy
o th e r living creatu re s.