Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, March 01, 1917, Image 2

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Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the State
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Land Board of the State of Oregon will
! j receive
! LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
seated bids at its office in the
Capitol
Building at Salem, Oregon, up
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INTEREST
OTHER NEWS OF
AND
a
n
a
to
10
o’clock
a. in. on April 10, 1017, for
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! all the State’s interest in the tide and
overflow lands hereinafter described,
giving, however, to the ow ner or ow ners
The fishing season for catching steel-
W. A. W ise,dentist.
of anv lands abutting or fronting there­
on, the prefeience right to purchase said
heads
with
nets
closed
yesterday.
Preparedness
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. pays Ac each
tide and overfiow lands at the highest
Hr. Wise will be at the Cloverdale
for good sacks.
juice offeied, provided such offer is
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made in good faith, and also provided,
Hotel
Monday
evening
and
all
day
We’re
Prepared
for
Dr. Wise will not come to come to Tuesday March Id.
| that the land will not be sold for, nor
Cloverdale next Tuesday, March t>.
offer therefor accepted of less
Spring with a Full | j any
than
$7.50
per acre, and that the Board
To
KxcUange:—Huick
automobile
for
W anted—Will pay highest cash price cows or two-year-old heifers coming
Line
of
reserves the right to reject any and all
for your calves. A. W. Franklin. Phone. fresh. J. B. (iillam , Cloverdale.
j bids.
Said lands are situated in Tillamook
A boy arrived at the home of Mr. and
County,
Oregon, and are described as
Estimable
Citizen
Passes
Away.
Mrs. Clyde Hudson Monday of this The communty was shocked Tuesday
follows: to-wit :
Beginning at a point which is the
week.
morning to hear of the untimely death
corner
to lots lit) and 21, of Section 5, T.
Are
You
Prepared
With
Mrs. L. M. Kraner, Arlene and Arba of Thomas Brooten He had been in
5 8., R. 10 W of W. M.; thence N. 7
Btiverson were Tillamook visitors yes­ poor health but a short time and was a Kodak to catch the Beau­ degrees 00’ E. 827.04 feet to corner to
Lots 13 and 1*0; N. 8!) degrees 28' W.
terday.
not considt.-ed seriously ill until a few ties of Spring? If not, I 1407.30
feet ; South r>U.tH) feet to corner
to
lots
22
and 23; S. 41 degrees 45’ E.
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of olumh- days before his death.
feet to corner to Lots 21 and 22;
ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til­ Everything that love and money Come in and let us show j 077.50
could command was done to relieve him you our line of Kodaks and S. 85 degrees 00’ E. 050.04 feet to place
lamook. Ore.
of beginning, containing 18.89 acres of
but the dread disease tuberculoses had
title land fronting and abutting on Lots
Or. and Mrs. Wist* were over night become too thoroughly established and how easy it is to use them. j I 20,
21, and 22, Section 5, T. 5 S., R. 10
guests at the Cloverdale Hotel Monday Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock he passed
PRICE
$6.00
UP.
W. of W. M.
of this week.
Applications and bids should be ad-
away. Ho left a host of mourners for
tot i. (4. Brown, Clerk State Land
Mr. and Mrs. I>. T. Werschkul re­ to know Tom Brooten was to be his W m . A. H I G H I I dressed
Board,
Salem, Oregon, and marked
turned home Saturday from a three friend. The bereaved family have the
“
Application
and bid to purchase Tide
DRUGGIST AND STATIONER I Lands.”
sympathy of the entire community.
necks stay in Portland.
(i. (>. Brown,
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OREGON
The funeral services were held CLOVERDALE,
Mrs. Jam es Mailev, of Wheeler, is Wednesday
Clerk State Land Board.
afternoon
from
the
home
of
visiting this week at the home of her his parents and later from the Union
Dated at Salem, Oiegon January 24.
A New Era in Road Building.
1017.
m other, Mrs. Win. Collins.
school house, conducted by Rev. J. A. To the Editor—We are standing at the
Mr. and Mrs. (ioorge Wells are the McVeigh, of tlie Clot erdale Presbyterian grave of an ideal in road making that
happy parents of a bov which arrived church. The remains were laid to rest has outlived its day of usefulness. The
American genius of invention has ush­
Friday morning, February 23.
in the Union cemetery.
ered
into tiie world a new instrum ent
OBITUAR Y.
Best prices paid for hides. Bring or
of
travel
and transportation that is
Tillamook, Ore.
send them in. Check will he sent by Thomas Brooten, second son of Mr. revolutionizing
human endeavor and
return mail. Grover W itt, Cloverdale. and Mrs. 11. H. Brooten, was born in industry, ami today
L. S. HUSHBECK. Proprietor.
we are witnessing
McHenry County, North Dakota, April
Ocean Spray Rebecca lodge will give 11, 1885, ami died at his father’s home the birth of a new ideal that meets
an entertainm ent and basket social at near Cloverdale, Feb. -7, 1917, aged 31 present conditions of traffic and endur­ Dining Room run on Family Style
the Cloverdale hall tomorrow evening years, 10 months and 1(1 days.
ance, circumventing the elements of
Meals ‘25c.
to which all are invited to come and He was christened in the Lutheran decay and the erasion of time.
the ladies are requested to bring bask­ church in infancy.
The very genius that had brought
ets.
about
the former has become the beacon
He came to Oregon with his parents
light
of
the latter, and a way has been
“ How the Oospel Came“ will he the in the fall of 1808, and was married to
provided
w hereby the superior construc­
message of hope discussed next Sunday Miss Ruby W inters Nov. HI, 1912. Two
tion
may
supercede the inferior, and the own a machine.
morning. In the evening the pastor children were horn to this union, a little
most
remarkable
fact of it all is that it Let us make a comparative statem ent
w dl tell the story of “ The Palsied Man.” son, Thomas Dean, and a daughter,
does
it
without
expense to its bene­ now under the jiresent conditions, and
Mr. McVeigh is making the Sunday Dorothy Marie, who, with hi* wife, his
ficiaries!
Marvelous
and preposterous under the new, and see if the autom o­
night discourses intensely interesting. father and mother, three brothers,
ow ner has actually paid anything or
as
this
declaration
may
seem it is never­ bile
Henry, Harry and Dolivcr. of Clover-
not.
At present his account at the end
Hr. Robinson, of Tillamook, was in dale,
and three sisters, Mrs. Claude theless true.
of the first year stands like this: One
Cloverdale Monday and assisted l>r. Christensen
Mrs. Clifford Hiner, The advent of the automobile (in set of tires at prices quoted today, $71;
Shearer in an operation on tieorge of Tillamook, and
$3; total $74. Tires worn out
and little sister Nona at this connection I include all explosive j at license,
\N alters for gall stones. There are sev­ home mourn their
the
end
of the year, credit $00. With
motor
vehicles)
seen
proved
that
not
loss.
j>aved
roads
it would stand like this:
eral patients in the Nestueea Valley He has lived on his
farm adjoining his only was its speed curtailed but the ab­ One set of tires, $71; license $0; total
hospital and all are reported to he do­ father’s place for the last
solute waste from wear and tear on $77. Credit at end of year, one set of
four years.
ing nicely.
tires half worn out, $35.50; less extra
He was a good son and brother and a tires and machinery in negotiating ) license
fee of $3, leaving $32.50 profit on
('has. Rav and I.. M. Kraner, of Clov­ devoted husband and father.
modern roads was excessive in the ex­ an investment
$3, extra license
erdale, K. F„ Cross, of llcho and T. R Tom was always a goad neighbor and treme. How glorious, however, is the fee! Thus a of Ford the owner,
Wilson, of Meda, were in Tillamook his death will he sincerely mourned by genius of man trium phing over all sur­ mercializing his present losses by in com­
wear
Monday in the interest of hardeurface the entire community.
mountable obstacles and coming boldly and tear on his tires for one year and
utilizing these losses in building hard-
roads and bonding to get them. The
forword with a proposition to salvage surfaced
roads, would actually save bv
more enlightened the Tillamooker gets
I the major part of this palpable loss, con­ that act $32.50
Bids Wanted.
exclusive of all
on this question the sooner he becomes Sealed bids will be received up to verting it into modern, up-to-date roads license fees! or And $29.50
the hard-surfaced
an anthuiast for better road condition. Saturday at 1 p. m. March 3, 1917, and by that supreme act bm Mug great road has cost him nothing! Nor is that
all. This account has not taken into
In this issue of the Ceurier is an ap­ tor assistant cheesemaker at the (’lover- Appian wavs, su|>erior to an; teretofore consideration
any of the other numer
peal tor aid for the starving Belgian dale factory. Address J. I.owrance, constructed, without expense to the out up-keej» items such as extra gaso­
people, because built by the saving of line, broken springs, etc., that every
children After reading the call for aid secretary, Cloverdale, Oregon.
that
which was a former unavoidable automobile owner has to contend with
slip a coin in an unused j>ocket and
Church Notes.
mere on bad roads than he does on good
waste!
when you ate asked to contribute bv Sundav school at 10 a. in. Classes for
ones.
For example, the cheaper automobile, The above indisputable facts had
someone who will interest themselves al'..
if
used
very much, will wear out one set ought to itnjtreas the minds of
enough to solicit aid called tor. just dig Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
of
tires
year on our present roads, every voter that the Oregon state-bond­
up the piece and turn in over.
7 ,:U) p. m. All are cordially invited to and it is each
hard-surfaced roads program is.
estimated
that with a universal ing.
first
<>f
all. the saving and capitalization
V meeting of the Presbyterian church these services.
system of luirdsurfaeed roads one set of of present
Rev.
,los.
A.
McVeigh,
pastor.
waste. That instead of cost­
board will lie held shortly when the
tires
would
last
two
years,
thus
doubling
ing
us
monev,
it will actually make us
Card of Thanks
question of building a new manse will
their lite. Now comes forward the great money and cost us nothing. That if we
le settled It is promised to sell the We take this means of expressing our State of Oregon and proposes to bond, do not pave, t his loss will continue, and.
.he j>urjM«e of building such mads, worst of all. it i* irretrievable. That the
present manse property and with the heartfelt thank* for the many kind- for
t
t
the extent of $0,000,000. and by man or woman who does not own a ma­
iii
s*r*
and
expressions
of
sympathy
liroeeeds make a start toward the erec­
doubling
thus adding $3 to the license
has nothing to do with the finan­
tion of a lie sit-in bull ling on tlx i-iop- shown us during t'is illness and death of the cheaper machines the present chine
cial |<art of t lie transaction hut to ac­
eitv alongside the church. It will re­ "f -uir tn>i»vod husband, eon and brother, license tax on all automobiles pledces cept the improved roads and the en­
herself to redeem the said bonds, prin­ hanced value added to the community.
quire aliout $1200 to erect the new I'lioiua« Brooten. and al-o for the beau­ ! cipal
and interest, from the proceed* of Constructive legislation, like this, i*
tiful
Moral
offerings
received.
bunding and will require assistance
such
tax.
It is clearly evident, then,
makes nations great. To rational
frota. every one desiring to see the im­ 'I - I! ;' \ Bt it«», Ml and Ml», that no |»erscn p*va anything, either on what
minds
the proposition i- irresistible.
provements along this line.
II H Brooten and family.
the Isolds or interest, but those who
1,. M Kraner.
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KODAK AND KO­
DAK SUPPLIES
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates 5y the Week.