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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEM3
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
I). C. Collier, of Woods, paid Clovar- Israel Putman, of Dolph, was in
dale a visit today.
The Masonic lodge will meet this Mr. and Mrs. H arry Thomas enter
tained Mr. Thomas’ brother a eouple of
evening and elect officers.
H A V E YO U D O N E Y O U R S?
Parent-Teachers meet at the school
If not, You’re loosing possibly an opportunity of getting just what
At the movies Saturday evening
house at 8 o’clock this evening.
Gilbert Belleque and children, of of Mexico will be gi\en. It is claimed
We have a beautiful line of Gift Goods and every day niee things
Woods, were in Cloverdale Tuesday.
this picture was actually taken on the are going out or being laid aside for those that came in and saw Just
Miss Fannie Smith, of Beaver, was firing line.
the Gift they wanted.
the guest #f Mrs. Shearer yesterday.
Highest cash price paid for hides.
Here’s the Tip— Come in and make your selections now while the
Uncle John Baker and John Darling Bring them or send them in. I will pay
were in Cloverdale from Meda today.
the cartage. Check mailed to von same 6tock is complete, we’ll gladly’ lay them aside for you, and avoid the
Mr. and Mrs. E. Neueuschwander, (lav as hides are received. R. D. disappointment later of not finding just what you wanted. We invite
of Oretown, were Cloverdale business Wersehkul, Cloverdale. Phone 13 8-6. you to come in and look around.
On and ofter this date goods from the
Mercantile Co. will be deliv
We have a few clients for ranches to
Beautiful Calendar for Every Lady Coming into odr
mail carriers. For this de
rent. Will buy or furnish stock. Taylor
Store. Ask for one.
livery there will he no charge made by
Real Estate Agency.
the store. Small packages and bundles
Mr. and Mrs. Erin Pike, of Grover, only can be carried this way.
Oregon, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A letter to the officials of the Presby
Archie Gist last week.
D ru ô ô is t a n d S ta tio n e r
terian church from Kev. Montgomery,
L. U. Alberts, of Tillamook, formerly of Portland, states that Cloverdale will G l o v e r d a l e ,
of Pacific City, was a business visitor have a minister here in a few davs. It
here and at Pacific City this week.
is possible he will be here for the coining
every description for the girls. Plentv
The Evening Telegram, Portland’s Sunday, if not, a few days later.
At the pleasant home of S. II. Dill of useful gifts foi the father, also the
best daily paper, and the Cloverdale Richard Miles and James Sutton, of near ihe lonely little post office of Dolph mother. You are specially invited to
Courier, both papers one year for only Pacific
City, were in Amity the first of a? pleasant a wedding took place on visit this store anti see the elegant dis
$ 3 . 50 .
the week. The boys hiked out from December 3rd as one could wish to see play of Holiday Gift Goods. Anyhow',
Eld. It. Y. Blalock will preach in the the coast over the Dolph-Grand Ronde when Mr. Dill’s daughter Eileen and “ Come in and Look Around.”
Lam ar’s Variety Store, Tillamook.
Cloverdale Baptist church next Sunday route. Mr. Miles is a nephew of J. G. Clarence S. Yach were united in m ar
nt 11 a. m, All «re cordially invited to Perry of this place,—Amity Standard. riage by Dr. J. I. Montgomery, of Woods.
Death of Mrs. Belleque.
The unusual weather conditions, Died—At
her home, Woods, Oregon—
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. have heavy windsand high water only seemed
Belleque, wife of Gilbert
At the literary meeting tomorrow inaugurated an one-half price shoe sale to
to the delight of the occasion as Belleque, on Thursday,
evening among other attractions of note on their entire stock of shoes. They are the add
minister, despite fallen logs that 1916, and was interred in November
on the program is a Swiss yodle by going to sell every pair of shoes in the obstructed
his way, arrived on tim e and
Friday, December 1st.
store in order to do this trick quick j in good humor and promptly said the tery
was born in Kewaunee
See ns for your Christmas candies. they have cut the price exactly in the magic words that made the happy eoaple County, Wisconsin,
Christmas mixed, Chocolates, Burnt middle, so if you want a pair of shoes I one, sitting down at once to the tem pt Her maiden name was May
peanut. 20c per pound; 5 pounds, 00c. for one-naif price call.
ing repast that the bride’s mother she was married to Mr. Belleque
Cloverdale Mercantile Co.
a meeting was held Monday evening had ready, but long before the keen teen years ago last June. To this union
Pamonn Grange will meet in Clover- by the enthusiasts of the hospital pro appetites were satisfied other guests he- j ! were born seven children, ffhs with
gan arriving none the worse for their
dale next \\ ednesday, December 13. A ject.
father mourn their great loss.
A committee was appointed to delay but smiling and very hungry. 1 their
large delegation is expected and an in
Belleque was a sincere Christian
circulate petitions in the various parts Soon after lunch Mr. and Mrs. Yach since her childhood and united with the
teresting program looked for.
the south part of Tillamook county to started on their wedding trip followed Presbyterian church. Her heavenly
Mr. and Mrs. F/ra Edwards, ofSpring of
solicit by popular subscription money to by the best wishes of their many friends. father invited her home for Thanks
\ alley, Minnesota, are the guests of Mr. establish
at Cloverdale. The We don’t blame some men for refusing giving and she gladly accepted the in
and Mrs. Tatro, of Neskowin. Mrs. last reports a hospital
th at the to take their own advice.
vitation. laying aside her tired and suf
Edwards and Mr. Tatro are brother and Dr. George residence ia effect
“ Drop In and Look Around.”
fering body, while bright angels bore
for the term of two years and the build Your Christmas »hopping will not be her spirit home, there to await and wel
For sale—7-year-old sorrel horse, ing converted into a hospital. A moot complete unless you see the magnificent come her loved ones.
broke single, double or to ride, a «¿t-in. ing is called for next Monday evening line of gift goods on display in Lamar's The funeral services was conducted
Mant wagon, three years old and single at which mooting all the stockholders Variety Store, Tillamook. In this store by Dr. Montgomery at the cemetery.
harness—$173.00. C. J. W orthington, of the former association are requested you'will be able to find gifts for every .The
singing was led by Rev. L. A.
to he present.
member of the family at a price within Northrop who also offered prayer.
Services will be held at llebo Sunday Dr. Turner, the well known eve- the reach of every pocketbook Toys The beteaved husband and motherless
evening, December 10 . at 7 :30, by Mont specialist, of Portland, will he in Clover- for the children and fancy articles of children have our deepest sympathy.
gumary and Northrup. All are cor
dially invited. Come early and hear dale again Thursday, December 21st at
the Cloverdale Hotel. Don’t fail to
t lie singing.
him about your evea ami glasses.
Ihe Presbyterian Sunday school de Headaches
relieved, cross eyes straight
citimi to hold their Christm as tree and
program at the church on Saturday
evening, lVcciiil>cr 23. The various Christinas gift than to have your father, i
Jones-Knudson Furo. Co. and Ammer Fura. Co.
committees have been appointed.
mother, sister, or brother's eyes exam 1
W e have just unpacked a consignment inetl by a specialist of experience and
of fancy sets of chinaware, gold band, standing and if needed present them
tie • orated, etc. Just t he capar for a nifty a pair of up-to-date glar-ees. which would
C uristmas gift. Ask to sea them tha be a durable an.I lasting gift, besides at
next tune yon are in the store. Clover the same time, preserve their eve sight
dale Mercantile Co.
which is the most precious sense thev
Dr. Turner makes no charge for
rillaim>ok County budget meeting
and he most positively will
will occur on Friday, the 15th day of
glasses where they are
December. From the general conversa
can order then and
tii'n that ia going the r ound« the maet-
at Christmas time
iag a ill 1 h > an exciting one. A large
delegation ia expected from the Little U desired Consult him. D n’t forget
MARRIS-AMMER FURN. CO., Inc.
WM. A. HIGH,
Harris-Ammer Furriture Co.
All Prices Reduced for our