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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1917)
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DRUGGIST AND STATIONER
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
It pays to advertise in the Cloverdale wagon was so badly used up th at it will cost you nothing. Dring a bit of
C ourier and its advertising space is would not pay to have it repaired it was change with you in case you feel th at
bought by successful, up-to date m erch som etim es m ads useful by w iring the his lecture lias been good, so th a t you
ants. A perusal of its advertising col broken parts with hayw ire, of which can help to defray his expenses in com
there was an abundance in every ranch ing to Cloverdale.
um ns will verify this statem ent.
e r’s yard. Hence when an article of
A griculturist .Tones, of Tillam ook, any discription hail been badly broken | For Sale—One com plete set of m edium
phones us th a t a big silo excursion will it was a com m on expression to say th at weight farm harness never been used.
m ake the Nestucca Va'ley Monday m orn it had gone “ hayw ire.” It is presum ed Twenty per cent below cost. Geo. R.
ing, passing through Cloverdale en- th at ths com ing logging cam p evangelist \ Schaefer, Meda, Oregon.
route for Pacific City at 10 o’clock, lie had at some tim e or another allowed j
requests all those having m achines to him self to get into a hayw ire condition,
or had gone “ hayw ire” so to speak. He Sundav schoel at 10 a. m. Classes for
bring a load and m eet th e excursion.
to speak in the P resbyterian church / all.
It may lie som ew hat out of the ordi is next
Sunday m orning and evening, and ! Preaching services at 11 a. m . and
nary to title a man ‘‘H ayw ire” and y e t' besides telling of his experience will talk 7 ;30 p. m. All are cordially invited to
it mav he highly appropriate. In one to the people regarding tho salvation o f 1 these services.
section of the country when a buggy or | th eir souls. Come and hear h im ; it
Rev. Jos. A. M cVeigh, pastor.
The Hew York Clothing Store
Tillamook’s Greatest Bargain House
For tin* next few (lavs we are srointr to otter you the
most exceptional bargains you have heard of in many a day—
.hist received hundreds of dollars worth of good staple mer
chandise consisting of Men’s, Ladies’ and Children’s Clothing,
Shoes, l nderwear, Furnishings, etc., which will go during
tins sale at prices far below actual wholesale cost. The few
items below give you an idea of the great bargains wo are of
fering. “Note tin* Prices:”
\V. A. W ise, dentist.
Hr. Wise will be at Cloverdale Tues
day Feb. “7.
Hr. Wise cannot come to Cloverdale
next Tuesday, Fab. 20.
Fresh country cured bacon at 24c per
pound. C h a rla n d o Heuel, Woods.
W anted Will pay highest cash price
for your calves. A W. Franklin. Phone.
I ncle llenrv M iller and Mrs. P otter, k
of Braver, were Cloverdale visitors W ed
nesday of this week.
J . B. Gillam and fam ily enjoyed a
visit from hts m other, of Tillamook
from Friday to M onday.
Mrs. Oscar Bodyfelt, accom panied by
buy now at per pair
8 1 1 .4 8
in* this sah* special
her mot her, Mrs. lb R utgersand d au g h t
$20.00 M en's Suits now go-
er, were Cloverdale visiters W ednesday.
in* a t ............................... . . . ' ’ 'H '1 O .00 M en’s ’s W ork Shoes to O O X
* ’ **
Mrs. A. W att, of Tillam ook, arrived
$20.00 Ladies’ Suits «»in* u f ü To $7. f»0 Bovs’ Blue Serge X i s> go at |ier p air...................
in Cloverdale this afternoon for a short
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Suits. 8 ,^ .1 at .....
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visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. A.
M ira ’ I «m ra »K..K>va|. ,| ( ) s
3 , 4 8 , Bov9’ School Shoe, , t « c t io n , 1
Clam s for Sale—Delivered at Wood*
Low Prices during
o(> cents; Clover Tale <>h cents per live
gallons. Claren»’« 'I Babcock Wooils,
All Ladies’ Skirts to go at
ext’eptional low prices.
I- nvoy O G underson, of the Salvation
I n $4.IK) M en’s H ats, good
Your choice a t....... 2 . 4 8
Army, P ortland, was in Cloverdale
•fl r>0 Values at .........
ve«ter»lav. W hile here he m ade a trip
Lined F nderw ear ex tra
$1.00 Values a t
68c To $2.50 M en’s H ats E xtra (k *
special, per garm ent .....
big values Special a t ....... *
llen rv A ltrnherger, of Blaine, was
Men’s Fine [Tress Shirts in
brought to Cloverdale todav on account
•T-V M en’s Wool Sux at per ,) • > .,
a lot »if Neat Desirable
»<f badly lacerating two of his toe- while
p a i r .........................................
Suits. It il \ now at the 1 j( k
W ashington's birth.lav danea will I>«>
Ladies’ and Children’s Hosiery
Ladies’ Suits Men’s Suits
l»ovs’ K nickcrhockci
I huradav evening, Feb.
22. Music will he furnished hv H ea
to n's orchestra
Gllie Woods, of Reaver, was operated
on at the Nest le, a Valiev Hospital
l'ueedav m orning lor appendicitis, lie
is reported a» »hung nicely.
\ repot t reached Ch>veniale Sunday
th at J«*e Baxter, of Polph. was »piit«
badly injured hv a fractious horse His
injuries wi re quite serious, hut he is on
V M en’s W ork si iris during | ( t
this sal«- at
at very low pi ices for the
Remember the Name
next few davs.
>1. CiMGhM-’XM. P r o p . TILLAMOOK, OKL.