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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
AND PER 30N A L
The Hudson Brother* have added to
their herd a pure blood (¡uernsey bull
f'liuie* Stiver»on m in Portland this
puiebaeed la d Saturday from the stork
of pure blots) Guernsey* th at was re
T il* soldier boy* hiked to tii«* beach cently brought to Tillamook County
from tin- east.
AY. A. \Yi ac , dentist.
OF IN TE R E ST
Low Round Trip Fares
O D A K
Have you thought of the
’pleasure you could have with a real
The Children’* Day exercises held at
KODAK, taking pictures of the scenes
the Presbyterian ebureb Sunday evening
aud things th at interest you most.
A baby boy was born to Mr and Mr*. wire well attended. The smiling little
f*i«s, flower* and flags make an irre
Don’t deprive yourself of
Fred Briody last Friday.
fu tab le combination. Koine very pleas this pleasure. Step into our store and
For S a l e " —Two .Jersey cow», lately ing numbers were given.
I i let us show * you our line of Camaras and
irc-kb. Call phone office.
Dr. Turner, the well known eve Kodaks.
Joh n kedberg uml family, of Oretown, specialist of Portland, will be ut Hotel
were in town Wed need ay.
Price«* f r o m 7 5 c u p
Oloverdale again Thursday. J u n e 21st,
Eggs 30c per dozen.
cantile Co., iuc.
New and second-hand furniture iitthe one d..y only.
Tillamook Furniture Co., Allan Page, cross ev.»8 straightened. Guaranteed.
Consult him. Don’t forget the date.
Have you bought your Liberty Loan
Drug&lfet a n d K o d a k D o a l e r
Bond. The Nestucca Valley Bank has
subscribed for $1500 worth of the bonds Cloverdale,
and the elder Mr. Redberg, of Oretown,
Deputy Dairy In epee tor Dunran is in
has subscribed 1 100 to the fund. Who lie took the fawn from the deer and is
Cloverdale this week in hie official
will be the next to help the U. S. A. by rearing it on a bottle. It is said that
buying a Liberty Bond.
the young deer takes to the bottle as
Mr. and Mr* L. M Kraner, Arba and
We ean sell you a first-class range at cleverly as a hum an child. The fawn |
Arlene Stivereon left tins morning for
a price much lower th an you can buy is thriving and the editor is arranging
one elsewhere. We are direct ageifts j to have a picture taken of the animal j
Al Boon tfu* week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. W ertchkul, nc-
Look over you farm implement* and com named by Rev. McVeigh, left early
■ c a t in vour needs early. Cloveidate Tuesday morning for Portland over the
mountain road. Mr. and Mrs. Wersch-
Mercantile Co , Ine.
kul will visit relatives in Portland for a
A delightful nrrpriae party trim band couple of weeks and also take in the
ed Elmer Karl luaf night. An except sights at the rose show. Mr. McVeigh
ionally enjoyable evening was «pent
will visit his wife at Orenco, returning
V. A. Spaulding and family anfoi-d to the latter part of next week.
the valley Saturday and returned Mon
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Messner are this
day. T'ley visited Eugene while on the week enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs.
Woolford and daughter, of Perrvdah
Ore. They have visited the beaches in
this end of the county and yesterday
autiH'd to Tillamook to see the sights of
the county seat town. Mi Mes»ner he-
lieve* in »bowing hi* guests the beautie*
The i «ourre for an appetizing lunch or
of Tillamook county when they come to
Counter aud table service.
see him and in this case is making no
When in Tillamook uext time try the
exception to the rule.
Monday Sam Bettes, the noted cov;-
Mr. and .Mrs. J . J . McGinnis, son
boy preacher, hit the high places as he
Webb and Mrs. Albert Wade and Mrs.
drove through Cloverdale, but stopped
Chan. Jen sen were an auto party to long enough to shake hand, with a
couple of hi* acquaintance* here and
For the housewife who want* to sa\e make arrangement* for a meeting to be
we *av buy your coffee before the war held in the church next week Thursday
His subject w ill be " T b e
tax of He |H*r pound is added. Clover- evening.
Lord’s Prayer.” S Sani
a m i i»
s getting a little
dale Mercantile Co., Inc.
old to be cali ed a cowboy preaclier, bnt
Gn account of the absence of the
frolli the fife and energy he display* he
pastor there will he no
preaching is stili a hoc. A good cromi will grcet
rervices in the Preahvterian clian-h next thè man next Thnrsdav evening to bear
Sunday. Sunday school at the usual unother Olle of hi» good tulks. He oc-
cupied the piti pii bere one Kntiday even-
T h e last meeting of the W. t\ T. U. inglast y earam l was liighly appreciated.
Kr lit jur« and lid* at the old price
wtiile they last. Save money hv huving
them now. Cloverdale Mercantile Co.,
was held at th e home of Mrs. K. K.
Arthur Tatro is a kindlv disposed
Cross a lid after the usual routine i f individuai. Alami lin ee weeks ago a
huainc** was transacted refreshments
deer was illusisi bv ilogs to bis premise«,
j The deer was giveti npw heli Mr. Tatro
Kltner, the voung« st son of Mr. and diseovercd it and upon investigation he
Mr*. Frank Owens, midi rwcnt : n o n c i - 1 foiiud t li.it the deer Itad a hroken leg.
ntion at thè Nestucca \ allei Hospital To put the animai out of it« suffering
Tiiesday iimrning. Ile is repurte.1 to U- he slmt it. Epou opciiing tlie deer he
rncoverilig nic« Iv.
iound a fawn in it w liicli was stili alive.
Phone Us Your Drug Store
I I.IM M a »lay pu-- « that v o u d o n o t want something in drug
¿ ¿ ¡J st'Tr supplì.«
1 *< » « i * t let col i, stormy weather or slushv r>*al*
Kca l» veil from having it. Itu i't put yourself to inconvenience
to get it, J list telephone II« and Well deliver it at once.
Don’t think yon are Tronbllng us— We seek that Kind
I.«-ft of i wo pie buy Medicines. Toilet Article«. Candie«, Perfume*. <‘tc ,
« f us e i e r i da> by ’phone. M> seed for and d r ille r |>er*criplions.
Your order receive* the same prompt and careful attention as though
you came to the store iu person.
Try Telephone Shopping
LAM AR S DRUG STORE
On Sale via California
Many date-« in June, July, August and September
a8 11 mirse8 tbe botl,e for Pu blk ati, n in j
i 8ome oi th ® 8Po rti" *
“ " e l l as
the Dumb Animals, the oldest humane
I publication in the United ¡states.
Limit 3 months.
Enjoy a Beach Outing Trip
WM. A, HIGH,
Freil gchcrziriger aud family were
count« »out vi-itore from Ore town
Plaaker Bros. for all kinds of ulniiib- for the manufacturers, the Portland
Ing, bath room outfit* and fixture* T il Iron Works, and you save the eastern
freight and the middle m a n ’s profit.
Furniture Co., Allan Page,
Mr*. Robinson, of Nehalem.is visiting
at the borne of her granddaughter, Mr*
T w o -D a y Round T rip F ares
On Sale daily between points
Tillamook to MoLler, inclusive.
Sunday only fares also on
sale at slightly lower rates.
For information nsk j o u r h cal asrent
Jo h n M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
Mr. Spaulding, of Cloverdale, was a
( Wood* visitor on Tuesday,
War Census Period of Grace Ea3 Ended.
Bids will be received by tbe Cold
Rev. McVeigh and Mr. Werarbkal ; The period of grace for men of mill-
passed through here Sunday. Also Mr. , i ar.v ake who failed for anv reason to Springs Cheese Factory up to Tuesday.
HH7, for 100 rick of Abler wood
Tavlor and Mr. Owens made us a short ! register oil War Census Day, is ended. Ju ly
woodshed at factory. Address
hunted down witlftmt mercy, There Ivan G is t , Secretary, Cloverdale, Ore.
A Porland lumberman spent Tuesday will be no more leniency.
in this vieinity for the purpose of e x
Governor Withycombe has received
amining the spruce here as to its fitness official instructions from tin Provi »M ^
for government use. We understand Marshal General at Washington. 1*. C
Leland Ö. Erwin
! h# rttu rl“:<i with a favorable report.
that the moet vigorous enforcement of ' *>
Mrs. Behling, of Centeral, Oregon, is the penal clause of the law will e re 9 ♦
with Grandma Wood and qui red against all who have not regis •
Diploma frem tlie Chicago
think* this one ot the leading spots in tered.
It is announced that the quota of men •
i Oregon for pleasure, health and hap-
Cloverdale on Tburs-
to be drafted into the military service *
dav of eacli week.
from each state will be based on pre- ft
; Mr. Northrup has purchased another
^ vions census estimates, not on the actual
Those desiring to take lessons
automobile. It must be his new ven
i registration figures, which in Oregon * period now. Leave word at the
ture in tbe ciani business is bringing
was slightly lower than t i e estim ate. c Cloverdale Hotel or write me at
: Inasmuch as the men to he called are
Terms SJ.00 Per Lesson.
U1,U- C,,n * * y " 001,8 18 not P ™ **™ " * chosen by lot, the failure to register of
w hen 2*J new dog* were added to our ] any man who should have done so in-
I quota in one week.
i creases the chances against every other
The saw mill at Pacific City has been man w ho did his duty and registered.
Call for Elds for Bond* and Construction
For this reason, particularly, and also
busy for a few days. A}Tietber it is tbe
beginning of greater things or a spa ! as a patriotic dutv, every one of the
Drainage D istrirt
H»2,840 men \\ho registered in Oregon is
■malic death struggle we are not
will receive bids for the construction of
pared at this time to say.
ditches according to ils plan of reclam a
1 the shirkers.
Mvri M ytr* and trien.l *|<ent Sunday,
Already the sheriffs, police officers tion up to 10 «»’clock a. m., J u n e 23rd,
at the d am beds.
and precj nct registrars have been di- 15U7, and will also receive bids for the
sale of $8000.00 of its bonds to be issued
A merry party of camper« from Sheri- reeled bv the Adjutant < ieneml to re
for paying expense* of construction up
dan that had sjient a few days here, left port a11 suspicious cases.
th e same time.
! through the press, and in response to
for home Monday.
t certificate check for five per cent
official orders from Washington, all men
Some future soldier bov* after visit- j ” m , ' ^ Ve registered a r e 'a s i^ U o 'u i d “ in o f ,h e Bmount °*
bi,i if* s q u ir e d to
ing the beach, respect fully saluted the t |,js Anti-Slacker campai-Mi
, insure th at successful bidder will take
large ting at the postoffiee.
| 0 f cotlrie. tht,re mnv‘ ,;e \ fe ,v w},„ > t d pay for bonds or enter into con-
Tbe greatest excitement of the week can present legitimate excuse« for not tract with approved bond for doing the
was when Mr. Fisher, who was deep sea having registered. But tlu-i will have work awarded. Bids w ill be opened at
fishing, caught a large seal ion. He has to present them in court. Tbe time for Tillamook. Oregon, on the date m en
» -lit the hide and skull to Capt. Jen sen , lenienev is pus*«d. and imprisonment tion« d, ami may be sent in care of H. T.
to make a mounted rug. If Mr. Fisher faces those who tried to evade their Rott*, attorney for the district, at th at
had not been a fisher, lit never could dutv to their country.
j Bid* for construction may be made
have fishtrd out s<* large a fisher. The
for separate section* of tbe work.
writer bit the hook too, but afterward
A J li. p. marine engine, with slintt,
Right reserved t «3 reject any or all
found a large bullet hole iu the hide.
wheel and S-hebh-r carbureter. T k « j -, j ,j s
The Belle pie family snent a few 1 first check for «17» t a l e - ¡t. Can be ~«-en
AY. L. Hudson, Secretary.
happy hour* on the river with their at the Courier office
Cloverdale. Tillamook County, Oregon.
phonograph Tuesday evening, making ------------------------w—
»ouie ot our |>eople think that we were
having a special serenade
( T H * S E ’ s » * DW D I C I S S E S H l K l S S k - S . ^
Cloverdale brass band.
i lik e w -a «-UT t o e s :
s f iw i T a r
I___, ! t Hi S«INtlP--ES
A N D I N T E N D U S n-iq IT
J o h n Re<lwine and wife, of Cloverdale,
J U S T AS LONS A S t W E N T
INDEVENDFNCS o f äk . c r i c a n
Mtteu l e l Mission service here last Sun
TO, R E G A R D L E S S OF WNA1
A N T O NE 5A T9 O R DOES
1 h e h a ^ T he
Al ONT. J
Next Sunday morning service at the
Mi-si-iti will he interesting
Mr Th in
i* going to give u* a little ouline of the
history ali i composition of the Bible. I
Six others will give from three to five
iniuute talks on Noah, I’eter, lotzaru*.
Jo h n and Abut, including special songs
aud the usual exercises.
The cowbov preacher will «j»eak in
the Mission Chapel at K 'clock Tuesday
»veiling. All are invited.
The other night
1 went to the th eatre
With .#law-hrow f n e n J ,
Ami the orchestra played
"1 .ittle Brown Ju g . '
An«l be thought
It was the national anthem
And stood up
And I did loo,
— Arkansas Gazette.
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salt brings it out, vi ihuut so much chewing; and a little
chew lasts and satisfies.
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