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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
| FRANK TAYLOR,
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. an
W. A. Wise, Dentist.
50 cents per dozen for eggs. ’
Jeff McGinnis was a Tillamaok visitr»r
Plasker Pros, for all kinds of olumb'
bath room outfits and fixtures. Tib
Fred Affolter was up from Neskowin lamook.
The latest to ho listed is a swell little
Alex Isilah in spending the week in 15-acre
ranch with lots of outrange
IS AGAIN T N E SL O G A N
near the Agency for $950. Hood house
Those that do their shopping early will he the ones to get first
Frank Yach, of Dolph, was in (’lover- and barn. Taylor Real Estate Agency,
Are you going to have First or leave it to someone else?
ale the fore part of the week.
At the school meeting this afternoon
Line of GIFT GOODS and TOYS is now most complete and as
John Jenck, ot Beaver, was a Clover- Carl Short ridge was elected to fill a fine an Or assortment
as we have ever been able to offer you.
ile business visitor Saturday.
vacancy on the hoard, A four-mill tax
Pyraliu Ivory, Jewelry, Leather Goods, Kodaks, Books,
Dr. Wise will make his next visit to was levied to pay running expenses of
the coming term.
loverdale about February 15, 1017.
Stationery, Toilet and Manicure Sets, Jardiniers, Fancy
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. are Commencing next Wednesday, De
cember 6th, the serial for the moving
China, Candy, Cigars, Games and Toys.
living 50 cents per dozen for eggs.
picture show will be “Lilly of Poverty
We h ave the goods that will please you and at prices that will
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, High and chil- Elat.’’ This film features a comedy
purse. Come in and look around whether you intend to
ren were Tillamook visitors today.
that is reported one of the best.
You’re always welcome.
II. II. Itrooten and son Henry were in Highest cash price paid for hides.
>wn from the Brooten Springs Monday. Bring them or send them in. I will pay
Mr. and Mr«. F. S. York, of Bay City, the cartage. Check mailed to you same
D ruééifit a n d S t a t i o n e r
ere guests over Sunday of Cloverdale day as hides are received. R. D.
Werschkul, Cloverdale. Phone 13 8-6. C l o v e r d a l e ,
J. M. Traxler left yesterday morning A. B. Conwav. of Oretown, left last
Report of the condition of the
>r Portland to spend Thanksgiving with Friday morning for Emmettsburg, Iowa,
to he gone a month or six weeks. .Mr.
formerly lived at Emmetts FOOTBALL AND STUDIES DO NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
Ernest Worthington, of Mohler, and Conway
and will look after some business
«1 Worthington, of I.orane were in the burg
of Oregon, at the close of
Ijist season a lad who never <$> business, November
Alex Fraser, of the Salmon River T. R. Wilson, of Meda, was in Clover grammar school entered u big <S>
ountry, was in Cloverdale last Friday dale
Tuesday. We know of no one university. The first time he <§> Overdrafts, secured and un-
visited town every one turned
more familiar with the Little Nestucca out
greet him. One of Ids old «S' Bon« Is and warrants................
We have a few clients for ranches to road than he, and to the Courier he pals to inquired
ent. Will buy or furnish stock. Taylor stated that there was about 400 yards any difficulty with his studies. <S> Furniture and fixtures........... 2,200.00
teal F.state Agency.
of rock work on the Little Nestucca
real estate owned.......... 2,052.40
"No," replied I’at, “hut let rue <S> Other
hanks (not reserve
John Redhorg and wife and Earl
<S> Due from approved reserve . 2,409.68
‘orter, of Orutown, were business visit* that and three miles as some would like some sticker."
to have the taxpayers believe.
rs in the citv Monday.
W. 11. Christensen and wife and Carl
ominous ami wife, of Oretown, were the public Tuesday. When Yamhill
Notice for Publication.
county does her duty in regard to the
'loverdale visitors Tuesday.
The county surveying crew were in
county citizens will have a DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Capital stock LIABILITIES
paid in .............. $15,000.00
Ins part of the county this week sur- Tillamook
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland, Undivided profits...................
eyingtheJap Ditnick road.
traveled summer and winter, and Yam Oregon,
Individual deposits subject
Mr. and Mrs. V. Spaulding, and Mr. hill citizens ns well as others can ranch N o t ic k is November
to check................................. 27.376.56
ml Mrs. Bidgood and children, enjoyed Tillamook county benches.
n auto trip to Tillamook Sunday.
ami savings deposit.......
County Commissioner Owens and E. Oregon, who, on August 14, 1913, made Time
payable for money.........
I liner Webb will leave Sunday for I. Cantina, of the state highway de Homestead Entry No. 03895, for e L, of Bills
'itlmnook where be will take up his partment, returned this morning from so l4, Section 34, Township 3 South, borrowed............................
"tics Monday morning in the assessor’s a trip to Salmon River. They left Mon Range 9 West, Willamette Meridian,
Oregon, County )
d e morning on horseback, taking in lias filed notice of intention to make State of of Tillamook,
final three-year proof, to establish claim
tin proposed new road and trail to the to
D. A. Bailey has purchased from K. Salmon
bay. They were inspect Register and Receiver of the United named bank, do solemnly of swear
. York his house and lot on Parkway ing the River
new state highway and the States Land Office, at Portland, Oregon, the above statement is true to the liest
•rive. Mr. Bailev will complete "the government
of my knowledge and belief.
highway through the forest on the 27th day of December, 1916.
ouse in the near future.
K. L. McCabs. Cashier.
Ernest Haag, Arthur Haag, John Subscribed and sworn to before me
Mrs. R. D. Werschkul returned Sun-
Krnnm, and Jacob Niklaus, all of this 24th day of November, 1916.
MAT PUT MILL HERE
ay from a three wresks’ visit with her
Beaver, Tillamook County, Oregon.
Frank Taylor, Notary Public.
arents in Portland and other relatives
My commission expires Sept. 9, 1919.
ml friends in the Willamette Valley. It Is Possible that Cloveredale Will Have
Correct attest:—Chas. Ray, W. G.
New Saw Mill.
Chester Worthington and Joe Ducham
pent a couple of days hunting at Sand-
ike the first of the week. Joe save deor It is |>ossible and mar be probable
re more plentiful than ducks just now. that Cloverdale will have a new saw
mill. Messrs Jenck and York are figur
The people of Cloverdale were again ing
out that they could consolidate
leatedtoan excellent address at the their it mills
and move them to this place.
’reshvteriau church this morning by Mr. Jenck has
First Street, Tillamook, Ore
mill at Beaver nnd Mr.
Icy. Curtis, pastor of the Christian V ork one near a Eugene.
line of Men’s, Women’s and Children’s
men tire practical • mill men and are Are closing out their entire
Miss Rachael Ward, well known here, financially able to make things pav
nd Herald Tillery, of Hallston, Oregon, here with the kind of a mill they will Men’s first class Suits from $11 50 up.
ere united in marriage at McMinnville erect. We would be glad te have them
Ladies’ Suit*, good style, from $3 50 up
undav. November 26. Rachael's sister, locate with us as tliev are familiar with
liss Jennie, and a few nearby friends tl e field, both having previously lived
Girl s nil \\ ool S?erge Dress» « at very reasonable prices.
ere i>re«#nt. The happy couple are In e, and both more or les» financially
In fact every Garment goes at .50c on the 91.00.
landing Thanksgiving with Rachael's interested in the upbuilding of the com
art-nts at Neskewin.
M. (Hickman «Sc M. E. Farmer, Proprietors.
Y o u r O h r is t m a s
S h o p p in g E a r l y
WM. A. liSGM,
THE NEYV YORK STORE