Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, March 22, 1917, Image 1

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GOOD ROADS,
GOOD HOMES,
BEST CHEESE
CLOVERDALE COURIER.
VOL. j 2.
Tie Nestucca Valley First,
Last, and all the
time.
CLOVERDALE, TILLA M OO K COUNTY, OREGON. M ARCH 22, 1917
COUNTY FAIR NOTES DROWNS SELF
LINCOLN WANTS
IN SILETZ RIVER
GOOD ROADS
County Fair Set for Last Four
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Days of August, the 28ti),
29th, 30th and 31st.
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John Rydzeski Goes Insane and Bond Issue is Favored at Moet-
Rushes to His Death
infl- Discussion Shows
“SHOCK ABSORBER”
Duriug Ntght.
People are United.
That takes tbe jolts and jars out of life later on and gives you that
(’lias. 11. Lilly Seed Co., of Portland
and Seattle, are offering a prize of $10
in cash this year to be paid the person John Rydzeski, ol Taft, aged 21, com­ The Oregonian correspondent at To­
given the highest award for best ex­ mitted suicide late last Sunday night ledo, Oregon, iri writing to that paper
hibit of farm and garden produce at our by drowning himself while in a says: “ The greatect meeting in point
fair, according to specifications on page demented condition, lie had been of attendance and genuine enthusiasm
four of their catalog.
at work for Jo« Kosydar on ever held in the county was before the
One hundred dollars in prizes are of­ the
Siletz. During the night County Couit last Wednesday at the
fered in the poultry departm ent this Mrs. lower
Kosydar
someone falling Court House. The meeting was in ­
year. Get a hatching of pure bred down the stairs heard
and,
arising
to - i investi-
stock of some C'lmnion c standard
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i p r i t to
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she
found
Rvzeski
in
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wildly
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u n be largely given over to the
and get in on this. C tucks from , , eggs,
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' .. j sane condition. He ordered her to ! ronsiucr.i ¡ition of the court’s intention to
set any time between now and April
open the door and let him out and, be­ dispose of the county rook crusher, hut
5th will he old enough to exhibit.
fore she could comply, lie knocked her the new $6,000,000 road bond issue in­
The secretary of tlie Fair Hoard here- down,
tore open , the „ , door
and ran terjected itself into the discussion.
bv
calls
for
bids
on
candy,
ice
cream
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_ a , i I I soft drink
i • , concessions at , the fair
, screaming across the fields in the dark- While a number came with doubts in
their minds as to the advisability of in- I
this year. Five per cent of the bid tu ness.
dorsing the big road bond issue, it de­
accompany bid in the form of a check D. X. Byerlee, formel ly of the Times veloped as the discussion proceeded |
or cash. Bids to be in the hands of the at W illamina, is now putdisher of the that the persons present, representing!
secretary by Friday, March 30th. Right ! Oswego, Ore., Times. For a time he all parts of the county, were gradually
published a newspaper at Linnton, Ore. getting together as a unit on wanting
reserved to reject any and ali bids.
Mr. Bverlec puts out a lively paper for better roads.
By order of tlie Board.
F.rwin Harrison. Secretary. the growing town of Oswego.
The court room was packed to the
I doors during morning and afternoon
{ sessions and the enthusiasm was at a
i high pitch.
Perhaps as interesting a speaker ns
took the tloor was William F. Wood­
My experience in operating and builJing
ward. of Portland. Mr. Woodward ha 1
just arrived in Newport from a tram p
Silos for the past eight years, four thereof in
over the county road from Tillamook,
Tillamook County has led me to design the
and hearing of the meeting made a
special trip to Toledo in behalf of the
T I L L A M O O K
SIL O
state highways proposed under the
new bond issue. Mr. Woodward urged
the appointm ent of a committee to go
to Salem to confer with the commission
to including Lincoln county
T I C T I L L A M O O K S I L O in ia regard
the project.”
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is manufaclured in Tillamook, is a horn« product and is designed
WOODS ITEMS.
for simplicity, durability, economy and efficiency. I also have
Montgomery-Xorthrnp hand will
Silage Cutters, Gas Engines, Farm Implements, Wagons, Manure be The
at Ifebo Sunday evening. Special
Spreaders, Hay Tools, etc.
songs and interesting subjects will lie
All G o o d s a r e A b s o lu t e ly G u a r a n t e e d
a n d all I n f o r m a t i o n F re e .
LET ME HAVE YOUR TROUBLES
B. K U P P E I N B E N D E R ,
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Oregon
‘Ready Cash Talks.
JK KE you ready for a business opportunity ? Suppose that to-
handled. All are cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bays, of Portland,
have been visiting their relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Bays, of Woods.
Evangelist Northrup is somewhat of
a (isherman these days by the clams he
has been digging. Perhaps following
At mstle Peter. We hope tho not with
any idea of backsliding as did the great
Apostle. He sang well at the mission
Sunday night so I think lie is still on !
the safe side.
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Woods and Pacific City are both very
dry towns considering the rainy weather. '
The water supply of both places seem to
he failing about the same time. However,
we are assured that the proper remedy j
will he applied soon and no one need go
dry for sparkling mountain water will
again be found in abundance.
Several unsightly buildings at Pacific
City have been removed and we are told
that some new and more modern ones
will take their places.
From the unusual roar of the on an
j in the vicinity of Cape Ktwanda the
other night we thought the German»
Had begun their submarine warfare on
|K>or defenseless Parigo City or Woods. |
Wby not have a modern fort and a doz­
en destroyers here? We ought to have
a share of the preparedness plum.
The g'is) el cars are on the move and
no one seems to know their destination. I
Gasolene
morrow you see a chance whereby the investment of
1 lL $1.000 would 6tart you on the road to an independent
fortune. Have you the thousand? Plhce your surplus
cash in hank. Then when a choice investment offers you are
ready for it. There is an old saying that money makes money.
It is particularly true today. Security, service and courtesy are
our watchwords.
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
Cloverdale, Oregon.
worry-free, successful air which comes from the knowledge of the
little "nest egg” earning you 1 per cent interest in lomo geod
bank like ours. To be THRIFTY and PRUDENT from 21 to 50
means a successful and comfortable old age.
Open a
AND
Automobile
Accessories
Savings Account Today.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
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Tillom ook,
NO. 34
Counts
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HARDWARE
Builders’ Hardware,
,
In ever line of Merchandise, Lut none
more especially than in
Our large stock is in every instance thé best that can Le hud
and our aim will lie to keep the high standard up.
Tools
Shell and Heavy Hardware
Stoves Ranges, Farm and
Garden Tools
And everything usually kept iu a first-class hard ware store, and
all goods are of the best quality.
j AlßX McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore
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Ask tor Booklet, Helpful and Instructive
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Portland
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