Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, September 28, 1916, Image 1

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    LOVERDALE
VOL.
j 2.
C L O VERD ALE, T IL L A M O O K COUNTY. OREGON. SEPTEM BER 28. 1916
PLANS FLIGHT
ACROSS ATLANTIC
Seriously Injured.
Word was received in Cloverdale Mon­
day morning that Mrs. Emma Fogg was
seriously injured Sunday in an automo­
bile accident. The report says Mrs.
Fogg was i.n company with other ladies
in an automobile driven by Garrett
Ward and in making a turn the auto­
mobile came to a sudden stop throwing
the occupants out of the car over the
windshield. Mrs, Fogg was picked up
unconscious and rushed to a hospital.
It was first thought that her skull was
fractured and up to this writing she is
reported in a critical condition.
Will Us9 Giant Machine Carry ; 3
Ton of Gasoline.
Will 1916— the most notable year in
tbe hishorv of the world—record among
its tremendous achievements, a trans-
Atlantic aeroplane flight?
Lieut. I’ olner.a Danish military aviat­
or, is tired with ambition to become the
Columbus of the clouds, and is prepar­
ing to fly from Faroe island to New
York in a 350-horsepower air craft. He
says he expects to make the 3,550-mile
journey in 48 hours.
Expert airmen believe Polner will
succeed. With a high-powered motor
Polner hopes to average 74 miles an
hour.
Polner plans to make the trip from
Faroe island to St. Johns, N. F., in 30
hours. His machine is being built to
carrv sufficient fuel to make the flight
without a stop. Expert aviators esti­
mate more than a ton of gasoline will he
needed.
Since the opening of the European
war many machines have been made
and successfully operated with carrying
capacity for even greater load.:.
Polner’ s machine will be equipped
with wireless apparatus and the average
height at which he plans to Hv will be
between 8,000
and 10,000 feet.
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Cloe Halbert No Nimrod.
Miss Clue Halbert enjoyed a week’s
vacation from the telephone switch­
board last week and tried tier luck fish­
ing tbe Little Nestucca river. Every
afternoon of the week she angled for the
finny tribe and late tbe last afternoon
she succeeded in landing a trout leas
than seven inches long. The hello girl
says she wasn’ t entirely unsuccessful at
any rate.
Falls From Barn Loit and Broafcs^rm.
Monday afternoon while playing in
the hay loft at Mark Bays’ ranch litt’e
Miss Leighton, sister of Mrs. Bays, fell
and broke her arm at the wrist. She was
taken to the hospital at Tillamook Mon­
day evening where the arm was set and
the child made as comfortable as pos­
sible.
Was Operated Upon Monday.
Miss Mamie Call, of this place, was
operated upon Monday at the Jones
The Evening Telegram, Portland’ s hospital, Tillamook, by Dr. Shearer for
best daily paper, and the Cloverdale appendicitis. It is reported the young
Courier, both papers one year for only lady withstood the operation nicely and
is on the high road to recovery
$3.50.
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though we have done business by mail with them for years.
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[t 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
Jury Says Launch is Exempt.
In the trial of E. E. Colestock vs. H.
Crenshaw Saturday over the attachment
of a launch, the jury rendered a ver­
dict that the launch was operated to
earn a living for the owner and de­
cided it came under the law of exempted
property.
C r a r y , but
Rich.
Some years ago a man was arrested
on ilia ground of insanity. Ills filthy
dwelling was searched. Even the wall
paper was lined Inside with bank
notes. A kitchen copper was the store
place o f thousands of old hank hills
The grate was tilled with silver and
copper coins. Jars and bottles were
crammed with pennies he had collect­
ed on the streets. When the treasure
was counted it totaled £25,000, and an­
other £5,000 was In a bank!—London
Tit-Bits.
FIRE!
FIRE!
TROUBLES ON YOUR B R A IN
M U TU A L ITY , That’s all
the Business scope of the Nestucca Valloy.
FIRE!
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 resurrectar
from the possible
wreck you
may become enmeshed in any
day. Take our advice. Get out
a fire insurance policy com­
mensurate with your holdings.
we need your business.
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S tra teg y .
"What was all the argument be
tween you and the judge yesterday?”
“ Oh. we were discussing the merits
of our respective cars.”
“ That's a foolish thing to do
You
can never convince a man that your
ear Is better than his.”
“ I knefw that, but 1 got him so mad
that he committed himself to the state­
ment that my car can’t make over ten
miles an hour. The next time I'm
brought up before him for speeding I'll
remind him of that.” —St. Louis I’ost-
Dlspatch.
Is G r a m m a r E s r e n t i i l ?
Sometimes it is i.r - -d that formal
grammar teach's d el 1 ■< i to write and
speak correctly, hut as d! Americans
tiuvo studied for1:
: r,r
r. includ­
ing newspaper rep > : -r* ninl saleswo­
men, there won. I a;
r t ■ 1 e n<> guar­
antee that fori; 1 1 g e iar study leads
to correct habits <>! -• i• • * It On the
other hand, 1 «.a c knew a school
where for fourteen yt ars not a minute
When in Tillamook and you want a was spent on formal grammar, uud,
good meal at a most reasonable price like the worm that does not miss a
slice or two, no one ever knew the dif­
call at M. OU-aon’s in the ItamBey Hotel
ference.—Atlantic Monthly.
dining room.
You need the Bank
Bank with your home bank and enlarge
We
believe we have given them satisfactory banking service and esn
And can give you ail the advatanges that
any other can give you.
NO. 12
Phone Us Cal on Us Write Us
TODD HOTEL BUILDINO, TILLAMOOK
ROLLIE W.
AY A T g f l M
The Insurance Man