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CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY. OREGON. AUGUST J7, 1016
TILLAMOOK COUNTY FAIR
BIG ONES’’ Good Program Arranged—Tillamook and
A Lecture Ton Cannot Afford
Community Spirit to Predominate.
The Tillamook County Fair Board ar-
I ranged the program for tlie fair which
will be hold on August 22-25, and there
Rev. J. K. Snyder, who had eo kindly are miinv attractive features. The Til
treated the people of Cloverdale to some lamook spirit and community interest
of the beat sermons (hey have ever will predominate during the four days
heard, has been prevailed upon to de of the fair. The program is as follows:
liver a lecture here before his return
Tillamook Bay Aug. 22.
10 a. m.— Flying' Machine Exhibition,
Tae lecture will he delivered in the forenoon on account of wind.
church Monday evening, August 21, All exhibits must be in by noon.
and the subject of the lecture will be 1:30 p. m —Parade under the auspices
“ Catching the Rig Ones.” From the of the Tillamook business men.
title of his subject and the fact that 2:00 p. m .—Address by Governor
Rev. Pnyder has been spending his va Withycombe at Fair Grounds.
cation fishirg the streams of Tillamook 2:30 p. m.—Horse races.
County, it can be inferred that he has One half mile running race.
something good up his sleeve to One half mile trotting race.
hand to those who come out to hear Auto Races
Slow mile, on high.
There will also he a short program Backward race, quarter mile.
and the ladies of the church are going Tire changing contest.
celebrate the occasion by furnishing
some good eats to make glad the inner Bicycle race, free for all, quarter mile.
m an. and everything will be tree.
Motorcycle race, free for all.
All in all, it will be a get together 100 yard dash, men over 35.
meeting that no one can afford to misB. One-half mile foot race, men over 30.
At the close of the meeting the subject Five hundred free rides on m erry-go
of the indebtedness on the manse will round for children^ under 12 years of
be taken up and discussed.
Do not confuse this lecture Monday 7:30 p. in.—McGhee’s orchestra and
evening with the lectures tomorrow af program under the auspices ot Tilla
ternoon and evening under the direction mook Boosters, “ Tillamook Spirit and
of the Oregon Hvgiene Society.
Rev. Snyder leaves shortly for nis
Farm ers’ Day, Ang. 23.
home in Pendleton, Oregon, and it will 10:00 a. m.—Flying machine exhibition.
be our last opportunity to hear him.
10 :00 to 12,—Horse races, hitching con-
I I N e s tu c c a V a lle y
G I/O V ER D A U E. OREGON
We Want Your Banking ÏÏ
And can give you all the advantages that
any other can give you. You need the Bank
we need your business.
M U T U A L IT Y , T h a t ’s a ll
Bank with your home bank and enlarge pg
jS the Business scope of the Nestucca Valley. MU
¡Several of our customers are people we do not kuow by sight
though we have done business by mail with them for years. We
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
^ T IL L A M O O K ,
tests, pulling matches, etc. Work
team walking race, quarter mile.
1:30 p. m.—Parade under auspices of
2:00 p. m.—Stunts by different granges
in front of grand stand.
2:30 p. m.—Base ball, five innings,
farmers vs. town men.
3:30 p. m.—M arathon ruee, one mile,
free for all.
Relay race, quarter mWe to relay.
7 :30 p. m.—McGhee's orchestra. Pro
gram by farmers, assisted by outside
talent. Judging commences in differ
ent departm ents on this day. Boys
and girls stock judging. Instructions
commence on this day, also two can
ning teams to work.
Children's Day, Thursday. Aug. 24.
10:00 a. m.—Flying machine exhibition.
All children under 10 adm itted free.
Five hundred free merry-go-round
tickets for children under 12 years.
Band music, spelling contest, cipher
ing. Instructions in stock judging for
1:30 p. m.—Parade of schools.
2:00 p .m .— Bicycle race, quarter mile,
hovs under 16.
Boys’ relay race, quarter mile, three
100 yard dashes, high and broad
Girls’ races and ball throwing con
7:30 p. m .—McGhee’s orchestra and
program by children including de
Two canning teams to work on this
Dahlia Day, Friday, Aug. 25.
10 -00 a. m.— Flying machine exhibition.
Five hundred free rides on merrv-go*
round for children under 12.
1 :30 p. m.—Ladies’ riding contest.
Ladies’ auto driving content.
Ladies’ riding race, quarter mile.
100-yard dash, ladies under 75.
Ponev race, free for nil.
Ladies’ nail driving contest.
Ladies’ hitching contest.
Stock judging contest, boys and girls.
Closing canning contest on this day.
The Cloverdale Band will furnish
plenty of good music each day.
For sale—One registered Holstein
bull. Chas Ray, Cloverdale.
TROUBLES ON YOUR BRAIN
can be speedily done away with
if you will but take the precau
tion to protect yourself against
catastrophes. A few dollars will
assure you of your home, or a
fitting substitute, for a fire in
surance policy is a resurrector
from the possible vreck you
may become enmeshed in any
day. lake our advice. Uet out
a fire insurance policy com-
mensurate with your holdings.
TODD MOTEL BUILDING, TILLAMOOK
R O L L IE W . V V A TgniM The Insurance Man