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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1917)
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
I Bills will he received until February
1st for delivering the cheese for ID 17
from Cloverdale Cheese Co. to Tillamook
or to Portland at the option of the
of said company.
Bids w ill also he received up to the
same date for furnishing cheese boxes
for said factory.
11. I 5. Lockwood,
County warrants taken at face value
W. A. Wine, dentist.
Roland M c ( ii uiiih returned from l’«>rt- Co. trade at the Cloverdale Mercantile
revival services will begin at
Dr. W. A. Wise will return about the Special
Cloverdale Baptist Church next
We have the agency for
February 1 st.
Sunday at 11 a. no. The pastor, Elder
at 10 a. in. Classes for
the Oregon Journal and
Freeh country cured bacon at 24c per Blalock, expects Elder t». W. Reynolds,
of Silver Lake, Oregon, to be here Sat
are now ready' to take
Charlund A Deuel, Woods.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
urday evening or the first of next week.
your subscription at
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Miles, of Woods, Ue will do the preaching, everybody
7 ;.'!0 p. m. All are cordially invited to
visited Cloverdale last Saturday.
invited. Come and enjoy the meetings. BARGAIN DAY RATES these services.
Rev. J o s . A. McVeigh, pastor
Wee V. F. (.earned for real estate. We According to the secretary of .-date, in
can sell your place. Dint, it with us.
a report recently made for ifilti, liila-
If a feller approaches a mule careless
luook County paid to the state treasurer
newals as well as New
like he kin learn more in two minutes
Mr. and Mrs. W, It. Kohedce, of for
automobile, motorcycle, chauffeur
than he kin learn in a grange meetiii’
Woods, were visitors in town Sunday dealers
in a year.
Come in and let us talk
of $1,47*.); costs to state for plates, etc.,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas, of Moh- $2155.44. Tine am ount Tillamook County
oyer the proposition with
Marryin’ a feller to reform him is a
ler, were visitors in Cloverdale yesterday will receive from the state from such
deal like trvin’ to make an appe-
fund for purposes, w ill be $,21:1.5»»,
ti/.in’ omelet out uv a bad egg.
Uncle .lobn Baker and John Darling At the congregational meating held
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Sr., of Meda, were Cloverdale visitors in tho Presbyterian church last Tues
Twenty-five dollars an acre buys a
day evening a call was tendered to Rev. DRUGGIST AND STATIONER
of 1(50 acres near Meda. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bays are e n ter J. A. McVeigh, the same being unani CLOVERDALE,
taining a young daughter who arrived mous. A committee of three, V. F.
Learned, .Mrs. Frank Owens and Mrs.
Chan. LiindquWt, was appointed to
Mis. Alex Wat*, of Tillamook, visited solicit the people to see if sullicient
her daughter, Vit*. W. A. High, and funds could he raised to pay the salary
family this week.
of a pastor.
Mrs. S. S. John son, returned to her
Exterminate the Hole.
home in Tillamook Monday after a short
visit with her mother, Mrs. Jenck.
On 'Tuesday afternoon Mr. Shaffer, of
A. C., gave an interesting as well as
Safety deposit boxes at the Nes- O.
vo talk in the Cloverdale (»range
tucca Valley Bank $1.50 per year. Hall. Mr.
We have decided to sell out our entire stock of Men’s and
Shaffer told what traps to
Rent one for your valuable papers.
use and how to set them to catch the
Best prices paid for hides. Bring or mole. He also explained how to pre Women’s Clothing, all up-to-date Merchandise at
send them in. Check will he sent by pare the skins for market. Mr. Shaffer
return mail, »»rover Witt, Cloverdale. then went into the field and dem on
Mrs. Wolfe, who has been a guest at strated how to set the traps. Mr. Shaffer
the Phil Measlier home for a couple of is organizing a hoys' a n d g ’tls’ campaign
The people of Tillamook and the com m unity have the
weeks, returned to Tillamook Saturday. j against the mole. Many ot the peoph
It is reported that Arch Meyers has
leased the hidings ranch at Oretown to co-operate with him. A purse of live
has been raised for the hoy or
and w ill move onto the same about Feb dollars
will get the most moles by the
end of the school term. Besides that
Never before, in the history of Tillamook, have prices been slashed
Mr. and Mrs. Ham llushheck, of the many of the farmers have offered a
1‘odd Hotel, Tillamook, were guests bounty of live cents each to any one for as they are now.
of Mis. llushheck'» hiothci and family, each mole caught on their land. Bovs
We mention here a few o f our prices. Come in and convince
and girls should speak to Mr. Spaulding
Mrs. Edward Karl left this morning at tin* store if they wish to know which yourself:
for Dundee being called th e re b y the of the farmers will pay a bountv of live
serious illness of her brother, James cents each for moles caught on their
Men’s Suits, very tine weaves
# 8 5 values a t ........... ............# 1 8 . 7 5
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Werschkul, who chance to fight successful!v the mole.
have been visiting their son near Tilla Inst go tin* Mercantile Company's store i
#80 values at ....................... 14.75
mook for the past two weeks, returned and put your name in the list with those > Bovs Suits to #7.50 a t. . . 8 95 #25 values at ....................... 12.75
who will pay a bounty of live cents for
I. M. Dennis and family moved to moles caught on your land. Ask Mr. i Bays’ Suits to #5.00 values at 2 95 #20 values at ..................... 10.75
Tillamook today. Mi. Dennis has se Spaulding to show you the list.
Men’s #2 >o Hats to go at #1 15. Men’s Union Suits #1 5 0 v a l u e s # 1 .1 5
cured a position m the Tillamook l.um
bel Co s mill at that place as a tiler.
See us (or prices and torms on an A 1
#8.50 Wool Union Suits #2 15.
I strived from my premises at Meda saw mill that ha* made money and i-
about Dec. 15, two Jersey heifers now making money. A good proposi Men’s Work Shirts values at
Men’s 7*”>c and #1 00 work
marked with split in right car ami tion to oti«*r to tin* light party.
upper bit in left Finder please notify lt!0-acra ranch that will (-ear the
gloves a t ................................ 4 9 c
D. J. Dunn
lo-cst invesugat¡on at $25 per acr»\
p a ir ........................................... 95c Men’s fine Underwear, val
Wluh riding lior«ahack to tow it Mon I'.'-t) buys a 15-acre ranch near the
day evening, .lohuny l.iakwood ran Agency Small house and barn. School, Boy.-’ #1 50 Hats now going
ues to #2 5 0 at per gar
into a buggy driven by Dale (»lick, postollice, stole and line church near at
t rowing tin former to t h e ground and this place.
iujuryitig I i i i i i sullicieiitlv to lav h i m u p
$ Ilk) per acre buy s 50 acres close to
for a few duv s
Small pay ment down, low
The iuas<|iieiade d a m e given last interest.
• veiling for the benefit of the Nestmv.i
Valiev Hospital netted fio that in stitu \ general store, fine location, at in-
In the Buildiug formerly Occupied by
tion $ltiO. A voting contest was carried 1 voic«*, If you want to g<*t into a good
on and Miss H elm Peals w a s > oted the pav ing business inve stigate this open-
the Chas. I Clcugh Drug Store.
most popular lady in the hall. The j ing
Taylor Real Estate Agency,
costouns. it is said, was very elaborat»*.
Cloverdale. Ore TILLAMOOK.
VVm. A. H IG H
THE NEW YORK STORE
CLOSES ITS DOORS
LESS THAN COST
Chance of a Lifetime
The New York Clothing Store