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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1917)
Stanley Werschkul wan with a party
•f autoiuobilists that called heie Mon
Don't forget the sugar sale at the day. They came over the new road
Cloverdal*- Mercantile Co.’».
from Seaside and h-ft out over the
New and «t-cond-hand furniture nt the Dolpli road, making the loop. Mr.
Tillamook Furniture C o./A llan Page, Werschkul is in the advertising depart
ment of the Evening Telegram.
W. A. \Vi»e.dentist.
Cashier McCal»e, of the Nestuoca Tal
Ell litenn and family, of Albany, vis-
What are you doing to protect vour
ft*-d Btindav with Mr. and Mr*. D. A ley Bank, says that he has a hard time
from the flies? You are loosing &
trying to reduce loo weight Me pitched
hay Monday evening on the ranch of share of your profit if you neglect to
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co., Inc.
will pay 115 cent* a dozen for your fresh D. A. Bailey’s uud as soon as he had j protect your cows Irom the flies.
completed his flesh reducing stunt Mrs.
Come in and get a can of any one of
Bailev gave luui a strawberry shortcake
Ben Joy is visiting home folks in that put ou more flesh than he lost. fly sprays we sell and give it a thorough
Portland this week, having left here Mac says he's about discouraged.
tiial and you’ll lie convinced.
We sell a number of the best Sprays
The ltainsey Motel at Tillamook is
Those who attended the Chautauqua now under tbe management of Mrs. to be found on the market for use
the opening day, Wednesday, report the Goldie Stephenson, formerly of Condon,
against Flies, don’t wait, begiu now.
Oregon. The dining room of the hotel
The service nt the Louvre is the best lias been opened and that popular hotel
that can be had in Tillamook. Try the id again enjoying a good business. The
new propiietress invites the people of
Louvre whan in Tillunr >ok nest.
The Reliable Druggist,
this *etid of the county to make the
“ Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, of
Ramsey their headquarters when in
Buxton, are guests of relatives here this
week. Mrs. Watson was formerly Mis»
Some of the fishermen were a little
too ambitious last Sunday evening and
Tiv the 'Ramsey hotel the next time started fishing an hour or two before the Sunday Evening at tbe Presbyterian
you visit Tillamook. The dining room allotted time set by the laws governing
service i» the b<*st that cun he had. fishing. Two game wardens were ou the
Table» and lunch counter service.
Sunday evening the services at the
scene and landed in t heir net seven hoys :
church will he a patriotic
Railed Wanted—Would like to rent a F,liner Hunter, Chas. Turner, LyleCrav-
ranch on share*. Can furnish best of en. Max Muttoon, Forest Gist, Claire one. Not only are tlie Coast Guard in
Address C. 8 Bradford, Follette and William Gage. Two of tbe vited, but tbe veterans »f ’61 and of the
6425 HUth street, 8. F., Portland, Ore. , boys plea I guilty and were fined $50 and Spanish-Ainerican war will be made
, Mr» Fred Nelson, of Amitv, sister of I costsand tbe remainder were discharged. welcome. F'or these the two front seats
Boy Scouts Save Life.
Mrs. Antrim, is spending vacation tim e1 They were taken to Tillamook before in the church will be reserved. Every
boy can ted me the dif
soldier, lie that was and fie that is, no
lu Clover isle. She and Mrs. Cooper Judge 8tanlev.
ference between tbe “ quick” and tbe
But for the timely help of Walter
tir" occupying the cottage near the
“ dead” ? asked the Sunday school teach
Tbe government needs farmers as well occupy the reserved seals.
on last Tuesday afternoon the er.
as fighters. Two million three thousand
And then, to show appreciation of the
Cloverdale lodge of Oddfellows con acres of Oregon A California Railroad spirit that animates our young men in Yamhill river would have claimed two j Willie waved Ids hand frantically.
ferred the third degree last Saturday Co. graut lands. Title revested in responding so promptly to the call of of our number. While at the picnic
“ Well, Willie?”
upon Elmer Bailev. Judge Galloway, l" nited States. To he opened for home the stars and stripes, let us make a given by the Baptist Sunday school,
“ Please, ma'am, the ‘quick’ are the
of McMinnville, w as present and assisted steads and sale. Containing some of g<>.id hack ground bv having ihe entire
¡ones that get out of the way of autumo-
quite a few were in swimming and wad
in th*’ work.
the bust land left in the Cnited States church tilled to overflowing.
! biles; tbe ones that don’t are the
ing. Mrs. J. B. Johnson and Miss Violet
H C. Tatro. nj Nesltow in, has sold
Special music and song will be given, Grove being among them. They were : ‘dead.’ ”
hi- ranch to Fred Heals an I about Aug -ections and description of soil, climate, and the pastoi, Rev. Jos. McVeigh, will wading down stream and just above the
u*t 1 will move to McMinnville Mr. rainfall, elevation-, temperature etc., deliver an address that will, no doubt, bridge they stepped iiBo a fifteen foot
A 2 h. p. marine engine, with shaft,
Postpaid one dollar. be appreciated by all.
1 idier of Pacific Citv will take charge tiv counties.
hole. Both ladies went down as neither 1 wheel and Schebler carbureter. The
Co., B^x 610
On this occasion a collection will be could swim. Walter Wood, a fourteen 1 first check for $15 takes it. Can be seen
• f the ranch.
taken and given to* “our boys,” the year old Boy Scout, who had been swim at the Courier office.
.1. R. Let son and sons, of Portland,
soldiers of Cloverdale. I.et us make it a ming and diving saw ¿the danger from
were the guest* Monday >>t Mr. and
Plasker Bros, for all kinds of ollimb
Farm Residence Bums.
where he was across the river, and ing, bath room outfits and fixtures. Til-
Mrs. Boon. Mr. 1 etson was so well im
The farm home of Mrs. Jennie Gist
Hebo, Wood«, Pacific City, Oretown, started to them. lie secured hold of
pressed with Cloverdale that he may
j lamook. Ore.
was burned to tbe ground Monday Neskowin, .Sandlake and every town in Mrs. Johnson first and succeeded after
consider locating here.
morning with most of ttie contents. Tillamook county are asked to turn out some difficulty in bringing her up and
Dr. Wise will he at his Cloverdale Mrs Gist discovered the tire in tbe attic and bear this farewell address and wish
out to more shallow water where others
office every Monday evening and all and she hastened to the telephone and the boys Godspeed.
Leland B. Erwin
helped him. Although quite exhausted i f
through the day Tuesday ami longer if called for help. Before help from the
Ranch for Rent.
required until further notice. Those village reached the place the fire had
A ranch of 300 acres with 20 cows to and ir. a short time brought her to the * PIANO INSTRUCTION f
desiring dental work done can make 1 gained such headway as to allow en
lease. Cash rent. Taylor Real Estate surface also. A chain was formed bv
Diploma from the Chicago
appointment by telephone.
nuance to the lower floor only. 8onie Agency. Cloverdale.
others who waded out as far as p- ssible
Jeff F'leck ami Gene Garrett, plead ! of the furniture on this floor was saved
to help the boy when he ratne to the top
not guilty last evening in the justice ( The loss was estimated at from $2,500
Will be in Cloverdale on Thurs
Many great musicians were u.dieted of the water as they feared his strength ♦
dav of each week.
court at Cloverdale to violating the Heb to $3,000.
with physical infirmities. Mozart, who
law by having their set nets more than
Those desiring to take les
lived to the age of only thirty-five, unconscious when rescued.
Farewell Party at Cloverdale Hall
one-thir l the wav across the river. Th*
sons please engage a lesson period
di al of consumption. Schumann, w ho
now. Leave word at the Cloverdale
ease will be beard l iter.
Monday evening a farewell party will
died at the uge of forty-six. was for first aid to the drowning, taught bv tbe
Hotel or write ine at «Tillamook.
some years before his death confined
We can sell you a first-class range at
Terms $1.09 Per Lesson.
a price much lower than vou can, buy ' of the Coast Guards. A short program in an asylum. Beethoven reached the
age of fifty-seven. but for many years
J. W. Grove, father of Miss Violet was
one elsewhere. We are direct agents j
previous to fils deatli was quite deaf. the first Scout Master of Amity, and
for the manufacturers, the Portland dress the boys and give them the fare .Mendelssohn dual at the age of thirty-
taught the boys their first lessons in
Sitove Works, and yon save the eastern 1 well bid in behalf of the citizens of six. 8 lilibert at thirty one, Weber at
those w ho were nearlv drowned,
freight and tbe middle man's profit, i Cloverdale.
forty. Chopin at forty, Purcell at thir
Monday evening, Rev. G. O.
Mrs. Frank Owens has charge of the ty seven and Bellini at thirty-three.
TiUaimsik Furniture Co., Allan Page,
present Scout Master, g ive
There are. of course, a few exceptions.
Tho Boat Antiseptic
on the same thing.
take in the furnishing of the good eats. Bach. Haydn and Handel all outlived
Mr. amt Afra. I, M k inner mid Ari*
About one year ago, one of our Boy
their threescore years and t*u. The
latter, however, was for some years Scouts, Oscar Antrim saved the life of
8t ¡verson autoed to Portland Suudav.
Lyseptic is completely soluable in
Durel Vaughan of Portland and the
taking to her home Mi-s Smith, w lo | A meeting of the owner« of land em totally Mind.
water. A teaspoon full to one quart of
work of Walter Wood on Tuesday surely water is the average strength to be used
ha* been their gm *t for the past two bodied in the Big Nestueca Drainage
A Domestic C ris is .
the importance of tfie or
“Well," remarked Mr. Meektou with
Wteh». On tlicir return they were ac District will he held Mondav, July lit),
for antiseptic, germicide, deoderants,
it should be given all wasinds, cuts, nail punctures, mange,
companied liv Mr» Moody Fetters mid 191?, at Cloverdale, t)»e., for the pur
have had some strike trouble at our the help.and encouragement possible.
son, of Portland, formerly of Salma, istic of electing a supervisor.
lus t rot, mud fever, lice, flea*, dandruff,
Ohio, a cousin of Mr. firm er
Wehster Hudson, Secretary. house. Henrietta hasn't recovered
slaunpoo, bei.ig of a soapy nature proves
from the surprise yet!’’
“I do not understand It," said the vnry effective for washing the animals’
ittid «table utencils, and if used in gen
“l walked In and told her that the philosopher.
eral, improves stable conditions, infect
10.1 heaver and the fumade tender end
"What Is bothering you now?" In
ion, among cattle, abortion, foul dis
tt ■ lawn sprinkler and the dog washer quired the other.
and externally to prevent tbe
an l the rubber tree nurse L.,d organ
"If a mau ts two hours late arriving
d uud il -clan d a strike."
home hU wife rate, s a row-, w hile If
"How dal it tiupjien?"
tit* is goue two yours she will give him
U H AS . I. C LO U G H ,
“hasily. I'm all of them.”—'Wash
a royal welcome. Women are pecul
lar."— I’earson s Weekly.
RAiinhlfiDruggist, Tillamook. Ore.
Soap at Msdicin».
Soap has played a large part In med
H.DOM I .'a>
« ti n vim d ’ re t w uit « .met bi mc in drug
icine. Medh inal soup when pure 1»
*o .re supplies.
M i’t fi t c ild, »inriuy weather oi »lu*h\ read»
si. d to la> made of caustic soda and
iw-ep vim from having it. Don’t put younieli to'inconvenience
either olive or ultnoiid oil. It was
to get it. Jast t»-U . hone us m.d we'lt deliver it ut mice.
much employed in the form of pills
Intended to have a gently ai<ertent.
anti a id actlou.
While there are
Don’t think yon are Troubling as—We seek that Kind
many kinds of soaps. It ts said that
those commonly used may be divided
Into three classes. The first class com
prises fine white soaps and sceuted
soaps, the second class tbe coarse
household soaps and the third class
Lo'* of inopie buy Medicine», Toilet Article*. Candie*, Perfuim «. etc.
the soft ftoap*
of in every day bv 'phone. W« send for au I deliver per*cri|>ti >ti«
Your urd.-r receive* the «urne orrvm t and careful attenti n a« tl ugh
Th# Oil Bird.
vou came to the »tore in )>er»oti
One of the animal eurtoslties of
South America Is the “oil bint,” or
gum liaro. it breed« In rock caves j This line consists not only of saddlery goods but also' Fishing Tackle,
snd one of its favorite haunts is the 1
Try Telephone Shopping
Flash Lights. Batteries. Oiled Clothing. Pocketbocks, P.azor
Island of Trinidad
It lays Its egg-
tu a net made of mud. and the young
Strops, Cutlery and Zerolene *11 to be sold at 20 per
birds are pn dlgioiis y fat. The na
tives melt the fat down In clay pot*
cent cut, except on Gasoline.
and produce from it a kind of butter.
The caves Inhabited by the lilia's are
Tillam ook, Oregon
usually ao cssllite only from the sea.
and the hunting of it cm la sometimes
an txdttng spoil.
WM. A. HIGH,
600 Sacks in Stock at
$9.00 Per Sack
GET A SACK OR TWO WHILE IT
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc
Phono Us Your Drug Store
f lic entire stock of the W, A. Williams
Harness store at Tillamook thrown
on the market.
LAMARS DRUG STORE
W. A. WILLIAMS,