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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1917)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Costs Little More
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
to go East
\Y. A. Wi.-e, d in tU t.
Mr. and M ••«. Albert W ade e n t e r
as their company last Sunday
Milk C'H. fur (-air. Call Fred Affolti r,
•Mr. and Mrs. ( b a r b s Desmond, p a r
ent« of Mrs. Wade, ami the ir daughter,
J . A. Red berg wan in tb e city from Haley, of P leasant Valley, J a y Baker, of
Bearer, Mr. and Mrs. W alter Churchill,
Mr. and Mr«. Dawson were in town of H e b o .a n d Mr«. Woods, of Beaver.
from M e la W ednesday.
Hcv. Joseph A. McVeigh left Monday
Mr. and Mr«. Berk with, of Meda, were morning for Orenco and Portland. He
will a tte nd the Presbytery if able. The
Cloverdale vi. itoi - yestenlay.
stormy weather this spring has been
Mrs. tV. A. liVt;li and children arc
bad for his health and he will endeavor
iqiending the week in Tillamook.
to get well while away from th e coast
Mrs. G ray, of Blaine, visited her storms. T here will i>e no preaching
daughter, Mr«. i>ec Moon, over Sunday. s e n ice« n ext Sunday.
WA R N E W S
Are you keeping in touch with the
war situation? If not, you
sliould by reading a t^aily
Let us take your subscription for
one of the great dailies. Call
us up and tel) us which one
Mrs. Goldsworthy and d a u g h te r cf
Beaver, were Cloverdale visitors Sunday DA IKY S I R E S PROGENY TEST
you wish. Don’t delay, do it
For sal«—Heifers and
coining fresh this spring.
Everett- L andingham and family ex
pect'to leave the first of the week fur
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of plumb-
ing, hath room outfit- and fixtures. Til
Bill Gage and the Follett brothers left
for Tillamook this morning to join the
Seasonable hats for the la lies. See
Mrs. Shortridge at Cloverdale Mereun
tile Co.’s store.
V. Spaulding and family are e n te r
ta in in g the senior Mr 8| a tiding of ’1.1-
lamook, tliis week.
Goo 1 sized la'ineh fur sale or trade
W ant used Ford and will pay difference
C.ili Courier ollice.
It Is to be a State Wide Affair and Prizes
Special prize« w ill be offered for the
dairy «ire in Oregon whose daughter«
produce th e most butter fat dining a
period of JOG days. Any of the dairv
breeds can e n te r the contest a t any time
between now and Septem ber 1st. A p
plication can he made through the
county agriculturist or direct to W. A.
Barr, of the O. A. 0 . w ho w ith the as
sistance of com m ittees of the breed asso
ciations of the state, dratted the rules
and regulations for th e contest.
“ This will be a splendid stim ulus to
increased production and better cows.
It will be th e heat possible means of de-
termfiling propoteney of th e sire and his
itness for rem aining in th e herd. A
class is provided for bulls w ith grade
laughters as well as pure breds.”
Y/M. A. HIGH
D R U G G IST
Refore selecting the route for your next trip East
consider these three important things:
Steel cars, through standard or tourist sleeping
cars, unexcelled dini$g cars.
Rock ballast, automatic block signais, beavy steel
rails, consistant spetd.
Known throughout the country as “The Road of
a Thousand Wondora.”
C lo v e rd a le , O regon.
Our Agents are well informed. Ask them
regarding train schedules, or write
JOHN M. SOOTT, General Passenger Agent, Portland
By R. C. Jones, County
Guernsey Breeders’ Meeting.
T he secretary of the G uernsey Club
announced th a t there w ill be a meeting
of th e G uernsey enthusiasts of the
county next S a tu rd a y , April 14th, a t 1
p m at t he co u rt house. E veryone i n
terested in th e developm ent of t-1 1 »*
breed in th e countv is requested to be
present. At th e last m eeting a move
was sta rte d towards getting a carload
of registered stock for the breeders of
th e county. About 35 head
spoken for. The main object of this
m eeting is to perfect plans for this
m ovem ent, to set the d a te for tlie trip,
m ake a r r a n g e m e n t for finances, etc. It
has been suggested by some th a t the
tr ip be postponed on account of the war
situation. This is a m a tte r to be d e
cided by th e breeders a t tliis meeting.
All who are interested in tb e breed,
w hether th e y wish to buy cuttle or not,
should a tte n d this meeting. There is
room on the inside of the club for every j
Guernsey e n thusiast.
Southern Pacific Lines
"Portland Rose Festival ’ -
June 13, 14, 15’*
Skyrockets Before Gunpowder.
It m a tte rs \e r y little In the long ru a ) S t i t e of ow nership, m anagem ent, etc.,
to the small boy when, bow or w here required by net of Congress of August
fireworks were first mmle nnd of w hat *■*’
Of Clover File Courier,
they tire m ade now. But tile fa. t re weekly ¡.t C lo .e rd a le , Oregon, for April
mains tha t the despised heathen CM 1,1017.
ucse first m ade them and used them State of Oregon,
and th a t civilized com m unities did not C ounty of Tillamook j S8-
Before me, a notary public, in and for
kuow of them until th e fourteenth c e n
Tbe skyro k. t w as first invent said sta te a.,d county aforesaid, per
ed tow ard the close of tbe ninth cen sonally appeared F ra n k Taylor, who,
having been duly sworn according to
tury mid at th a t time was used, so It l*»w, deposes and says t h a t lie is tbe
is said, in India and China In war publisher of th e Cloverdale Courier and
T h a t was long before the invention of t h a t tiie following to tb e best of bis
knowledge, is a tr u e s ta te m e n t of tHe
ow nership, m a n a g e m e n t, etc , of tlie
aforesaid publication is as follows:
^ E ditor, Manager, etc., F ran« Taylor,
» • » • ♦ • ♦ « ♦ « ♦ • ♦ • a * * * Cloverdale; owners, Clias. Kay, F rank
Signature, F ra n k Taylor.
Sworn to and subscribed bef(ire me
this 3d dav of April, 1917.
E. L. McCabe,
N otary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires J u n e 10, 1920.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hush leek are
en te rta in in g Mr. lln sh b c c k ’s mother dlovcrdale Grange
ol Tillamook, this week.
tng Noxt T harsday Afternoon.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Ja m e s Iml.ili w n
T hursday,.A pril 111, is P a tr io t’s Day
visitors in Cloverdale yesterday from
and Cloverdale G range will celebrate
th e ir Three River.* ranch.
the occasion with a patriotic program.
Mrs. Fred Christ >usen. of Tillamook, It will take place in the afternoon nt
was th e gue-t uf her m other, Mr>. their hall at this place. AH are invited
tieorge, th e first of the week.
a tte n d a n d have som ething to sav of
patriotic n a tu r e * Come and talk.
For sale—One G uernsey row. fresh in
two weeks, two Jerseys, now fresh, Come and listen.
tested. Call Central Creamery.
Beans May be Principal Fond.
Sam Hay took up th e duties of hi-
\n Independence visitor on Saturday
piisitiouas assistant cheese maker in tin
Big Ditoli Demonstration.
nfonned a reporter for the Observer
Cloverdale factory this morning.
Some tim e in the near future there
that many fields of hops were disappear
Fred T raxler w is in Grilled of the ing in that vicinity and th a t he knew of will be a d e m o n stra tio n of ditc h in g and
usseinbling of th e m arine corps and lie >ver 500 acres that would he i lanted to powd.-r on the farm of N ordstrom Bros.,
Notice tor Publication—Isolated Tract.
left S a tu rd a y m orning for Portland to beans this year. Fields of 50 nerer and near th e Hemlock post office. A rrange
more are common, tbe visitor said, and
report for duty.
some are larger. Should tb e effort to s tr a to r of one of the powder companies
Potatoes and Seed Potatoes for s d*‘—
D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E I N T E R IO R
The ex- j
increase the growing of till« po) ular and to put on th is dem onstration
I have a limited q u a n tity of Early
S. LAND O F F I C E a t P u .tla n il, O re
oiglilv initiations food become general act dates cannot he given at th is t i m e , 1
- FO R-
Bovee seed potatoes to se ll; also pota toe s
gon, March 12th, 1917.
the governm ent cannot well accuse Polk
Notice is hereby given th a t, as directed
for the m arket. D. T. Wer.-ehkul.
of neglect tow ard fool preparedness.— it m ind and plan to !*♦* present. The I
bv the Com m issioner of tlie General
dates w ill he announced later.
I f , 1’ntil f u r th e r notice 1 will pay 27 Observer.
Land Office, u nde r provisions of Sec.
There ia m uch land in th e county
cents p«r pound for calf hides. Sen-!
2155, R. 8., p u r s u a n t to th e application
badly in need of drainage a n d we all
Good Paper at Cloverdale.
them in and a check will lie sent you 1 \
of N athan A. Gage, of 243 5th st., P o r t
1 he Cloverdale (Ore.) Courier which w ish t i know if we can do it with
re tu rn mail. <irover W itt, Cloverdale,
land, Oregon. Serial No. 04784, we will
was started by tlw- late son of Mr. and powdi r as economically and efficiently
offer a t public sale, to tbe highest bidder
M s. Rasmus NVson, of this ‘city, has
- a n d -
W m. Owen was a Cloverdale caller
but a t not. less th a n $2.00 |>er acre, a t 10
installed a new press and naw appeal» one wiih wet land to take in th isd e m o n -
last week Friday mid Saturday. He
o’clock a. in., on tb e 3d day of of May,
in a larger size. T here arc few towns etration for th e powder e x p e it will show
left for his home in Portland Sunday
1917, next, a t this office, th e following
ei small as Clover lale tha t ha«e the i>cp us just how to go at th e job, and every
tr a c t of land :
after a short visit witlT ids dangliti r
ind push to support a counlrv pa|«er one can judge for himself as to the
Lots 2, 3 a nd 4, Section 30, Township
Avu at Boulder Creek.
9 | 4 South, Range 10 West, W . M.
The Courier lias alwuvs given news of efficiency of th e work. T he cost will be
A m 'ssage received ye t. r lay fi.un interest about th a t sect ion of Tillamook figured out on the ground.
Leave Cloverdale daily at 2 ; T he sale will not be kept open, blit
be declared closed when those pres-
Arha Stivors.ui stated th a t he did not C ounty.— McMinnville Nt . vs -R cjkii ter
7:30 a. m , arriving at Tilla 9 , e will
H jw " About That Silo.
n t a t tb e hour nam ed have ceased bid«
pa«« the exam in a tio n f>>r the F. S. Naw
At th e tim e of our silo tour m anv e x
• ding. The person m aking the highest
because of bis lu-ai t lieating too ra| idly
CUsess Plant for Rickrenll.
morning train to Portland.
• bid will lie required to im m ediately pay
pressed th e ir d e te rm in a tio n to build a
an 1 t!i it he would r e ta r i hum* t i s
Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m , J I to th e Receiver th e a m o u n t thereof.
\ Cheese factory has been organized j silo this vear. Don’t let tha t d e te r m in
Any persons claim ing adversely th e
arriving at Cloverdale at 6 a 4 above
i n 't h e farmers at Itiekreal and .» com - 1 ation w aken.
The lessons of this
described land are advised to file
w inter and spring should driv e home • p. ra.
VF ait tw enty m on'ici , f f „ . ( h>ver-
• th e ir claims, or objections, on or before
J. M. Meyers, pre sid e n t; J . O. Price, more forcibly than ever th e need fur a •
J. M. TRAXLER, Prop. C th e tim e designated for sale.
dalc lodge of (i ldfellow - visited T illa
se c re ta ry ; B. F. Lucas, Otis W att, K. silo. W ith b u tte rfa t close to HO cents a
N. Campbell, Register
» ♦ •♦ >♦♦♦♦♦♦« oc»#
mook hslge Tuesday evening, when that
Geo. I. Sm ith, Receiver.
A. Stenson and J . O. Price, directors. pound, it behoove« every da iry m a n to
lodge conferr d tbe first degree on s.x
The building will he located e ither in have a good supply. D.,n't say you
candidates from ( !ov, r.lale. .'.11 report
or near Itiekreal, tr ib u ta r y to the can t afford to build a silo tins sum m er.
Q n t GCOC S U O C t A S O H IS S P T . N O — N 0 B - T n jr >
a roy al g o o d time.
dairies of «11 th e member«.
HORTON, THIS CERTAINLY
You absolutely can n o t afford tola* w ith
T H IS I j THE L IF E a l l )
" t h e m ’ s m y s e n t i m e n t s
« THE l I F t A U RIGHT
Mr. aial Mrs p. T. W er-eliku’ were
RIG H T! ANO w e C U T r
A U T T LE CHEW S A T IS
I SU PP O SE YO U ' R E
IS THE T O B A C C O T H A ’ l
F IE S ANO YOU D O N T r
PERFECTLY H A P P Y
rilhiiniHik visitors th e lore part of the
A rrangem ents are being m ade to get
HAKES HE H APPY AND]
SATlSFi tO. f
H A V E TO S R I T S O
’ S A T IS F IE D .r~
week. Mr. Werseltknl, Mr. Hudson
the silo e xpert from O. A. C. here d u r
and Mr. Lawrence attended a m eeting
ing early J u n e to give us a silo building
of th e Big Nestueea Drainage district
W orry Is th e u n d e rta k e r's advance ; dem onstration. Plan to take this in
while at Tillamook.
a n d build a silo yourself.
It. C. Jones,
Owing to th e fact t i n t there * n dif
b!a k one.
ference of opinion in the location of
As u r ’.:!o. th e good dodger does not
th e Nehrtleoi W heeler road th e m a tte r have to sta n d ir.uuy bumps.
MUSIC A N D AST.
T be c h a p w ith nothing on hts nitud
has been left to the decision of the state
highway board, and it is expected that
Music and art uplift human
Fools Jump on tbe accelerator where
nature. Music and art as neces
a sta te highway engineer will be in the | an gels would pall ou the emergency
c ounty in a few days to deter mi i c the fit ake.
sities in the lives of the people
H U R L ¡9 something mighty democratic
m atter. I t is th o u g h t the petitions
Next to wlsd tn. th e ability to look
should be accentuated by all who
about rich, sappy tobacco. N o w that men
calling an election on th e county b o n d like ready r >ney Is probably most to
have the welfare of humanity at
have \V-B G U T Chewing, a goo4 tobacco,
ing question will be filed with the be desired.
heart. Unless beauty la brought
each other, it cements friendship. C om
county court today. It i« expected to
into the home life our rac^aim-
mon-sense about tobacco is getting mighty gen
ply cannot progress, for the
set the date «*1 this election ahead *f the rimony.
election on th e s ta te bunding act, J u n e
n ow — no one wants the over sweetened kind
H I » evident th a t • lot of ns a re not
4. I t can l>e held a t a separate tim e going to cut us m uch ti e tn the eyes
takes its root in unity that it
when he can get rich tobacco shredded and
without incurring additional cost To of posterity a s we foolishly imagine
love— I ova that it order, law, har
lightly salted to bring out the good tobacco
have both elections on the sam e dav we stia!’.
mony— and all these qualities
it W o u l d lie necessary to have se|>arate
synchronized reflect beauty.-—
election boards and the expense would bave n inure disastrous effect on the
ly WiTUAN BUTTON COMPANY. 1107 lro ^ r,v . New York O y
w e a th e r prophet th a n others.
la* equally th e «auie in e ith e r care.
THE W HITE!
AI W a v P o in ts