Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, August 24, 1916, Image 4

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HELP
TAKB i Quaiity Counts
YOURSELF.
Throw away idle hopes. Como
to thine own aid, if thou carest
at all for thyself, while it is in
thy power.— M arcus Aurelius.
I THE W H ITE!
AUTO
Lucky.
“ Noah must have felt lucky when he
landed after his long sail."
“ Yes,” replied the New York import­
er. “ Think o f a man landing all that
cargo without a customs official to say
a word!” —Exchange
Unappreciative.
“ Carlyle was a great thinker. You
can’t turn to a single page without
finding some gem of thought. Here,
for instance, he says that there is
strength in cheerfulness."
“ So there is in cheese.” —Exchange.
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
more especially than in
STAGE
HARDWARE
FOR—
Tiilamook-
Cloverdale
Our large stock is in every instance the best that can be had
and our aim will be to keep the high standard up.
-AND--
All Way Points
Safe and Comfortable
Playing His Cards.
“ Father likes you. Henry."
"H e ought to, Geraldine. But after
we are married he's going to find out
that I’m not such a poor pinochle
player as I have led him to believe 1
a m.” —Birmingham Age-IIerald.
Uniting Learning ant Labjr
th e oreco : j
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
In its Six Schools and Forty-eight De-
partments is engaged in the great work
of uniting Learning anil Lab >r.
Forty-eighth School Y ear Opens
SEPTEMBER 18, I B I S .
Leave Cloverdale daily at
7:30 a. m., arriving at Tilla­
mook at 10 a. in.— in time for
morning
train to Portland.
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Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m , Ï
riving at Cloverdale at 5 $
arri
p. rn
J. M. TR A XL ER , Prop c
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Under New
Management
Builders’ Hardware,
I
Tools
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Stoves Ranges, Farm and
Garden Tools
And everything usually kept in a first-class hardware store, and
all goods are of the best quality.
Alex McNair & Co.,
The Todd Hotel —
Tillamook, Ore.
Degree Courses requiring a four-year
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
high school preparation, are ottered in
the following:
AG RICU LTU RE,
16 Departments;
Dining Room run on Family Style
COMMERCE, 4 Departments; E N G IN ­
E ER IN G , 6 Departments; M INES, 3
Meals 25c.
Departments; FO RESTRY, 2 Depart
meats; HOME ECONOMICS. 4 Depart­
ments; and PH ARM ACY.
V o c a t i o n a l C o u r s e s requiring an
Eighth Grade preparation for entrance
are offered in Agriculture, Dairying,
Commerce, Forestry, Home Makers, and
Mechanic Arts. Pharmacy with a two
Grievances.
year high school entrance requirement.
First Stoker (w eary;—I ’d like to fiud
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.— Piano, String, the merchant ’oo invented boilers. Sec­
Rand and Voice Culture.
ond Stoker (also weary) — Boilers be
Catalogue and lieautiful illustrated blowed! I ’m lookiu’ for the blighter
booklet free.
'oo found out that coal would burn.—
Address T h K RKGISTRAR,
London l ’uuch.
1 W-7-1S16 t o 9-7-16)
C O R V A L L IS . ORHOON
Wise& Massey
Dentists
And Owners of
DR. H. M. MASSEY
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V f H A T '5 U P ,
I C A P T A IN
. S IS K Ï . V A f il'L P A T f h t
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is a college graduate in
Dentistry, registered in
Oregon, has lmd seveial
years experience, and
has come to Tillamook
county to make it his
futere home.
C AL'
P R O P H I1 T O * VERT MUCH
* r-C » A ’! r ; Y C U I I L L I ^ J H I M A B O U T
W -R T O B A C f C M O A I K S T H AT T O U |
L t O-OA* A» HIS ¿ X P rN A E J —
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The Evening Telegram, daily,
and the Cloverdale Courier, both
papers one year for S3.50.
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
T M f <fcOOU O UDC*I ’ S K iN O N
I
BÄR VIEW
TENT CITY
DR. W. A. WISE
is the same Dr. Wise who
practiced Dentistry in
Tillamook countv a few
years ago, and will be
pleased to again wait on
those who desire
his
services.
We have Dental Offices in Tillamook, Bay City, Bar View and
Cloverdale, and are equipped to do all kinds of Dental
Work as good as it can be done anywhere.
WHAT WE CANNOT GUARANTEE, J WE DO NOT DO
Dr. Massey guarantees all his work
and can be consulted at any time.
Call up by Telephone.
Dr. Wise has had thirty years exper­
ience in plate work and guarantees
what he says.
Free Painless Extracting, when Bridge work is Ordered
N F good turn deserves another—one good chew
of W -B C l >T Chewing gives u man the tobacco
satisfaction lie’s been reeking ior years.
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A good chew of W -B C U T .
nu ans a
The
seasoning brings out the rich tobacco
flavor without grinding un«i spitting,—that’s v h a f makes
it n gentleman’s chew.
O
chew.
salt
long shred,
small
(le t a lbc pouch at nny business-like dt jle r ’ s. G ive * -It t . l TT the
quality test —and learn liie Biggest sur4 -is« o f your tobacao experience.
K*de by WEYMA N-BRUTOX COTTA NY. Ü0 U * n 5 ^ ore, Few Yart f ly
OUR BRIDGE WORK has been brought up to the highest state of
perfection. The teeth on the bridge art interchangeable at will
without removing from the mouth.
PLAT E? W I T H FLEXIBI/E SUCTION.— The very best and Iateat
in modern dentistry. No more falling plates. If you are having
plate troubles, get Dr. Wise’s advice as to what should be done
and the cost of doing it FREE. We can extract your teeth abso­
lutely without paiu— free where plate or bridge work is ordered.
Will be at Cloverdale Hotel Every Tuesday