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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1916)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
of in t e r e s t
T h e L a s t G a Iï
Tonight is the night of the big show.
Hotel In Mew Hands.
J. I*. Burke is again proprietor of the
E. E. Antrim, of Amity, arrived in
Cloverdale with his family last week
1). T. VVerschkul is confined to his Thursday and Monday morning took
home with the grip.
chargs of the Cloverdale Hotel, which
TO L A T E C H R IS T M ftS S H O P P E R S
I. C. Trent, of Neekowin, was in he and his w ife have purchased.
Mr. anil Mrs. Antrim have beon in
the hotel business before and under We wish to advise late shoppers that we still have a very good assort
Webb McGinnis returned home from
stand catering to the traveling public as
ment of Gift Goods. Come in and look the stock
Portland last evening.
well as looking after the wants of regu
over even if you are late.
Mr. and Mrs. Rieh Allen, of Woods, lar patrons. We feel certain they will
were in town Monday.
meet the requirements of the patrons of
Arthur Tatro, of Neekowin, is a this institution in a way that will be Here is w i s h i n g our Friends and P a tr o n s a very
satisfactory to all.
Cloverdale visitor today.
Albert Wade, the new chee&emaker
was in Cloverdale yesterday.
Alter enumerating the many presents
Supper for the Christmas night dan that you have purchased are you sure
cers will be served at the hotel at 25c a that you have not missed selecting a
gift for that person you long ago de
The Cloverdale factory commenced cided to remember on Christmas day.
making cheese every third day this
M aking a specialty the year round of
novelty goods places us in a position to
Everett Landingham is among the have jut what you are looking for as a
number laid up this week on account of gift to anyone.
“ If you can’t find it at Lamar’s Var
Store, it can’t be found,” is a
R. D. Werschkul is packing up his
household word throughout the length
household goods and expects to move to
and breadth of Tillamook county.
Call today, tomorrow or any other
The moving picture shows held on day and you’ll find us with the goods.
Lamar’s Variety Store, Tillamook.
Wednesday evenings will be discon
tinued for the present.
W. J. Rickers, cashier of the First
National Bank, Tillamook, was in
Cloverdale on business Tuesday.
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The pupils of the Cloverdale school
It Smelled Like It.
The Swedish jitney driver drew up
will render a short Christmas program
at the selioolhouse tomorrow afternoon. ' beside the road, Jumped out and, with
wrench In bund, crawled under the
auto. Taking ad
Len Whiteman, of Oretown, was in!
vantage of the
Cloverdale yesterday. While here lie
stop, the o n ) y
purchased It. 0 Werebkul’s Ford de
passenger, a Ger
Druôâist and Stationer
Just received 250 swell Necties, just
“ You are foolish to spend $5,000
the kind for suitable Christmas gifts. sending your son to a finishing school.
They range in price from 25 cents to He will never take any polish. He’s a
$1.00. Cloverdale Mercantile Co. -
“In other words, you think I might
Riches have wings; that’s why the
as well buy a fifty-cent bottle of furni
poor are always with us.
ture polish.”—Louisville Courier-Jour
Just as Advertisod.
An English paper advertises for “ a
Many a man who isn’t satisfied with
young person who can cook and dress
the ill he has, pursues drug store alma
children” and refers in its “ lost and nacs and acquires others he knows not of.
found” column to “a doll belonging to
a little girl stuffed with rags.”
This is the paper that contains the
D r . B. F. S m i t h ,
"A gentleman has a school for sale.
Contains two schoolrooms which will
accommodate 300 pupils, one above an
other.” Also this: “ A lady offers for P h o n o H i g h ' s
sale a baboon, three tabby cats and a D r u f t S t o r o .
parrot. Mhe slates that being now
to eat a lunch married, she has no use for them, as
On account of the Christmas tree be
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mainlj their amiable qualities are all combined Office Ground Floor
ing held on Saturday evening, the mov
of l i m b ti r g e r in her husband.”
P. O. Box 147
ing picture show will be postponed until
With Rollie Watson
If women had their choice lietwe n
ly the d r i v e r
See us for vonr Christmas candies. ■
A bstracts on Short Notice
neath the ma less demand for leather.
Christmas mixed, Chocolates, Burnt
chine and, with
peanut, 20c per pound ; 5 pounds, VX)c.
bulging eyes and
A Mean Insinuation.
Clovenlale Mercantile Co.
a hand on his nose, stood staring at
“ Whv,” writes one of these pro-
Several Cloverdale citizens will spend the auto.
pounders of unanswerable questions, PACIFIC
A B S T R A C T CO.
"What’s the matter?” inquired the
the holidays outside. Among tho num- German innocently between mouthfuls “does a girl always shut her eyes when
a man kisses her?”
L. V. EBERIIAKD, Manager.
b r will be Ben Joy and J. M. Traxler, of 1 hcese.
Complete Set of Abstracts of the Records
“Ay don’t know," said Ole. "But Ay
who will eat Christmas dinner at their
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
tank the engine bane dead.”—Country haps we can tell vou the reason.—To
homes in Portland.
Pr. Turner, the eye specialist of Port
land. arrived in Cloverdale Tuesday and
Marshaling a Parade.
An old Irishman, long desirous of
In company with drover Witt and J. I..
Burke went to Sandlake yesterdav otlh lal dignity, was finally appointed
marshal In a parade. Veterans, bands
where the trio bagged several wild duck
men and school
The county budget meeting held* at ch ild r en w 'r e
Tillamook last Fridav did not favor tak lim'd along the
streets of t h e
ing the string from the $15,000 for the t o w n , patiently
Little Nestneca road improvement to* waiting the sig
I'olph and the result is the citizens of nal to start.
the Little Ncscucca country are not at
File committee having iu charge the up the s t r e e t .
Christmas tree wishes to announce that After Inspecting
the dignified pro
everybody is invited to put their presents cession he gave
on the tree. The tree is solely a com Ids horse a quick clip. Then, standing
munity affair and all are invited to ai- up in his stlrru; ■<. he yelled with a
teud. Elder Blalock has kindly con- voice filled with pride and authority:
"Ready, now! Every one of ye ka|>e
sented to be present ami deliver a short
w|d the hor^e!”
address appropriate to the oecassion.
Light as Chaff
Harris-Ammer Fur iture Co.
Jones-Knndson Furo. Co. and Animer Furo. Co.
All Prices Reduced for our
HARRIS-AMMER EURN. CO., Inc.