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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1917)
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AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
to go East
W. A. Wise, dentist.
Jeff /McGinnis . wan a county seat
II. A. Milos, of Woods, was in Clover-
Air. and Mrs. Kd Mallory were Tilla
mook visitors Monday.
W. W. Conder, of Tillamook, was in
Mr. and Mrs. C'has. Murphy were
Tillamook visitors Monday.
W A R N E WS
Before selecting the route for your next trip East
consider these three important things:
SE R V IC E
Steel cars, through standard or tourist sleeping
car6, unexcelled dining cars.
PATRIOTIC MEETING Let us take your subscription for
A full line of Herrmann Shoes at the
Cloverdale Grange Again to the Front -
Cloverdale Mercantile Co.’s store.
Joe Etzwiler was in Cloverdale from
Oretown yesterday doing business
W. G. Sbellenbarger, deputy Grand !
Master of the Masonic Lodge, will ar
rive in Cloverdale from Portland this
afternoon and attend a special session of
the Masonic order of this place. Mr.
Shellenbarger will meet with the Tilla
mook lodge Friday evening at wnich
time tint Tillamook brothers are de Are you keeping in touch with the
sirous of entertaining the members of
If not, you!
the Cloverdale fraternity.
should by reading a daily
This Time Flying Its Colors.
one of the great dailies. Cal! ,
us up and tell us which one!
you w ish. Don’t delay, do it'
Rock ballast, automatic block signais, heavy steel
rails, consistant spetd.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Earl and family
A big crowd attended the patriotic I
■V>ent Sunday visiting relatives at Tilla meeting held by tlie Cloverdale Grange
today. Dinner was served at noon and
For sals— Heifers and young cows the afternoon was spent in patriotic DF.ÜGGIÜT A N D NEWS AGENT
coining fresh this spring. W. Koenicke, speeches and songs.
A drill appropriate to the occasion
was rendered by the school pupils.
Flanker Bros, for all kinds of olumh-
All in all, the program was reported
ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til
good and all those taking i art very en
thusiastic for the colors of the U. S. A.
Seasonable hats for the ladies. See
Mrs. Shortridge at Cloverdale Mercan BUSINESS AND REALTY DEALS
tile Co.’s store.
WM. A. HIGH
Mrs. Frank Owens spent a couple of
days the fore part of the week visiting
her sister at Pleasant Valley.
Mercantile Co.’s Store Changes Owner
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Johnson, of the
The fore part of this week a deal was
Aldsr Grove ranch, Three Kivers, were closed wherein W. G. Dwight and V.
Cloverdals business visitors today.
Spaulding purchased the Cloverdale and
stores from Mr. Ray. The
Mrs. Winnie Worthington anddaugh-
tur Lorenn, of Tillumook, were in company will be incorporated nnder the
name of the Cloverdale Mercantile Co.
Cloverdale the fore part of the week.
Here’s wishing success to the new firm.
Miss Louise McKimen* having coin*
Another one of the deals closed this
pleted her term of school in I'uion left week was the sale of the Cloverdale
last Friday morning for her home in Courier printing office by Mr. Kay to the
present manager and 'editor of the
Mrs Albert Darby, a sister Mrs. F. 11 paper.
J. M. Traxler closed a deal this week
Messuer, and Mrs. Eva Brisbee, of
Tillamook, visited here the fore part of and is now the owner of tlie Presbyterian
church manse onmertv.
Miss May Shultz, who was operated STATE PAYS FOR HIGHWAY BASE
upon for appendicitis Monday at the
Nestuccu Valley liosp tal, is reported us
Rose Lodge Settler Asks for Aid
Known throughout the country as “ The Road of
a Thousand Wondars.”
L IB E R A L STOPOVERS
Like to Know
Our Agents are well informed. Ask them
regarding train schedules, or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent, Portland
Southern Pacific Lines
For Southern Wear
“ Portland.Rose Festival” -
The lingerie frock here pictured is of
white and daiuty Freuch batiste. The
band embroidered yoke which lends a
Resolution of Condolence.
Whereas, The Divine M aster in his in
finite wisdom has seen tit to remove
troin our midst our beloved Brother
Therefore; be it Resolved, by the Ore-
town Grange No% 354, that we extend
our deepest sympathy to the bereaved
family in this their hour of trial.
By your committee,
W. H, Christensen,
The Cloverdale Courier $1 a year
June 13, 14, 15’*
Surveyor Austin from Tillamook, is
doing considerable work with a crew in
this vicinity. No one appeal s to know
whether he is surveying the terminus of
a railroad, an aeroplane station or a
submarine base, but whatever it is, it
is done in a thorough, workmanlike
The evidence of the dinner pail, the
shrill whistle of the donkey engine and
the crash of the tall spruce timber indi
cates a busy season here.
A missionary and his wife from the
South Sea Islands gave an interesting
talk to our children and promised to re
turn for an evening in the Mission
Mrs. George went to Nehalem Friday
and returned Monday.
At a recent meeting of the State High
came down for a short stay on the farm, way com mission held at Salem, at which
Rev. L. A. Xorthrup will speak in the
returning to Nehalem Tuesday.
Herbert Nunn, the newly chosen state
Chapel Sunday at 11:30 a. in. and the
Montgomery-Northrup band will be at
Potatoes and Seed Potatoes for sale— engineer, was present ; a decision was
Hebo Sunday evening, April 22. All
l have a limited quantity of Early reached that where the law requires
It ivee seed potatoes to sell; also potatoes counties to prepare a highway before it
is hard surfaced, the hard surface shall
f ir tlie market. D. T. Wersehkul.
Notice lor Publication—Isolated Tract.
include the base. The effect of the de
Until further notice I will pay 28
( publisher )
cision will he that the county will only
cents per pound for calf hides. Send
Public Land Sale.
have to bring the highway to a grade
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them in and a check will he sent you by
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR
and drain it.
return mail. Grover Witt, Cloverdale,
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland, Ore
An offer was made by John \V. Boyer,
gon, March 12th, 1917.
owner of the toll road on the Salmon
Notice is hereby given that, as directed
I liter R. Y. Blalock will preach at the i river, to sacrafice it free of charge if the
bv the Commissioner of the General
Baptist church next Sunday at 11 » m. state and Tillamook countv would prop
Land Office, under provisions of Sec.
2455, R. S., pursuant to the application
and 8 p. m. Morning subject : "B lood." erly improve the road.
of Nathan A. Gage, of 243 5th st., Port
The evening subject will he “ Peace."
Frank Mann, of Rose Lodge asked for
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land, Oregon. Serial No. 04784, we will
You are given a hearty invitation to ai<l for a highway from WilUmina up
offer at public sale, to the highest bidder
- a n d -
U N G F.R IE FROCK.
these servici ■
but at not less than $2.00 per acre, at 10
the Salmon river and on to the Pacific
o’clock a. m., on the 3d day of of May,
A letter received yesterday from Rev. const, and it w as also taken under ad- princess effect at the waist line is an
1917, next, at this office, the follow ing
Jos. A. McVeigh *uya he will l>e in j visement.
tract of land:
broad revere collar are Interesting de
Safe and Comfortable
Lots 2, 3 and 4, Section 30, Township
Cloverdale Friday evening and wishes
4 South, Range 10 West, W. M.
the Csurler to announce that there w ill
The sale will not lie kept open, but
Leave Cloverdale daily at
he morning and evening services in the
be declared closed when those pres
7:30 a. m , arriving at Til la-
church Sundav next.
| The sheriff reports that about $10,-'; Methods to Observe In
ent at the hour named have ceased bid
niook at 10 a. m.— in time for
ding. The person making the highest
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,! 000.00 more was collected on the 1916 i
Laundering Colored Silks
morning train to Portland.
-■ bid will be required to immediately pay
j taxes tins vear than for the first half of j
For silks, which are now a part of
Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m , £ to the Receiver the amount thereof.
MrefChas. Lund., uist last Friday. After
c „ uActkW, of adinquency have'
Any personp claiming adversely the
the business part of the meeting lunch ! Wi.n glllJ (or 1Mir, am, 19M Uxeg 80tliut the everyday- washing, dean luke
riving at Cloverdale at 6 } I ai>ove
described land arc advised to file
warm water lu which good white soap
was Nfrcecl by the hostoB*, * and Mie» the
#l tax .. roll»
n are ...
their claims, or objections, on or before
Mabel and Ague* entertained the com
J M. TRAXLER, Prep Ì the time designated for sale.
pany with several musical selections.
couple of boys who reside in St. tlioro Is no need of soda or any of the
N. Campbell, Register
John? found t'leir wav to thia d iv on washing powders, says the Ladies'
Geo. I. Smith, Receiver.
O. C. #Yogler, of Tillamook, paid , Tuem|av er.routt> down th,, roMt. Their
silk garments, such us crepe de chine,
Cloverdale a v sit yesterday, M hilt names are Cov Donaldson and Leonard
washable satin, pussy willow silk, with
here lie demonstrated his ability as a Leifur, aged about 15 years each. Sheriff as little rubbing as lnisslble, remember-
fisherman by landing with the use of the , Campbell picked them up at the Trask Ing that two soapy waters are far bet
tiy a very fine catch. He is entitled to river bridge near Liislvrg“ , they having ter than <^ne which has been overused.
the credit of doing the first successful told one of the townsmen they were on Rinse in several lukewarm waters, and
tiie way to Sheridan. They were kept if a white silk a few drops of bluing
tiy fishing here this season.
at a local imtel and sent hack to Port may bo added to the last water.
B. J. Cady, twenty years a missionary
Much of the new underwear Is flesh
h.nd on the train Wednesday, ft ap-
in the South 8. a Islands, w.ll deliver a I lieu red from the boys’ story that they colored or delicate pink. This color Is
likely to remain with the method Just
stereopticon lecture at the t lovsrdale base not a very pleasant home and had
described; but. to retinf, pink coloring
hall Monday evening at 8 :30 His sub- j started out to find a better one. The may lx» put into the last water. This
ject will b«: "From Canibalism te matter was reported to tiie County may bo »lone by soaking a little colored
Christianity.” There will tie no charge Judge at Portland, who is going to take tissue paper In water or using water
for admission. A collection will lie care of the boya and investigate the < olor dyes.
The method that has been suggested
taken up at the clone o( the lecture for matter.
for white silks will be successful for
the benefit of foreign missions.
Dave Thompson, of Mohler was a colored s'lks aud wools us well. All
Gans Garrett, formerly of Aurora, business visitor in Tillamook Tuesday. three are compost'd o f delicate fibers
Ore., ia a new arrival in thia neck-o’ t lie-
K. 0 Richards and F J. Ayer, of and should he washed without rubbing
with water no wanner than the lem-
woods, lie and his family have located Reaver, were in the city Tuesday. Mr. |>erature o f the band and good quality
OIJ men get to putting reliance into good stock.
Ever since you learned of the rich tobacco o f
at Pmeitic City an i we believa from the Ayer lias recently purchased a 20-acre white soup In the form of a suds. All
tract from J. D. Jones at Beaver < waters that are list'd for these' fabrics
\\*B G U T Chewing is made, there has
laoks of tliii gs there will be di tings in
and came to town to complete tiie deal. should be o f the same temi»erature. the
increasing demand for it. The idea o f
that reaort town thia summer that will
work should lie doue as rapidly as Is
so that you can get at the tobacco
make the inhabitant« wake up and take
at Rockawav. was a business visitor in consistent with g\ oil results, aud the
satisfaction without so much grinding and spitting, has
notice. With a bar (surface road to Pa
drying should lie out o f the nun. It is
the city Tuesday.
made a winning with men aLo. The little cb'iw that
cific City and the natural advantages ot
O. G. Swenson ha* accepted a position i well to press the colored ellks In a
and satisfies is the thing.
the place taken advantage of it would in the Tillamook County Bank and i towel before hanging, as this will ab
become a beach resort second to none iu I Clarence Stanley ha« l»een appointed , sorb surplus moisture and avoid
«•<W ky WFTMAN-RRUTON COMPANY, 1107 Bro.Jw««, P*w Yw* Gty
| deputy sheriff in hia place,
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