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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1917)
IT E M S
OF IN T E R E S T
W. A. Wise, dentist.
Clyde Hudson is again driving
auto stigi- for Mr. Tiaxler.
Mias Zola Car. y, of Hillsboro, is a
guest of th-s F i r n . Owens home.
Robert Call came in Tuesday night !
Mr«, trist is having lu m b e r lia u led
for a iii-H bouse.
Mr. and Mr. Harris, of the IlarrisJ
A into Furnituie Co., Tillamook, were in
Mrs. Eeul ih Purlin, of Banks ¡F the
Cloverdale on busines» today.
guest o l Jier sister, Mrs. A;thur Coffy.
Alldv Heater left Monday for Silet/.,
Mrs. Gray, of Blaine, visited her » litre lie lias eeeured a position as man
daughter, Mis. Dee Moon over Sunday.
ager of the Elmore cannery at that
\ tiuhv girl w i t born to Mr. a id place.
Mra. Leonaid Bui ¡.e, of Tillamook, Mon
Grace Hill, who lias been a guest at
the l ank Owens home for the past
Flacker Bros, for all kinds of uliimh' three weeks, left for her home in Salem
ing, bath room outfits an-J fixtures Til* I Wednesday.
I Mr. uud Mrs. George Wells enter*
Mr«, rtiil Ales"m*r i* v Citing iier mined for a few davs this week Mr.
daughter, Mrs. Fay flovh, at ElL-ns- Well*’ brother and wile from Me-
The rain ttie tlret of the week was
Tillamook County is said to have a
very it-reshing, tut ww could stand I ruotorcvcl« «op on its highways to cap-
quite a little n ore.
I ture auto speeders.
He will have to go
Mr and 'Ire. Elbert Worthington and some if he overtakee »otne of the
daughter, of Loraine, are visiting Clover* speeders.
Uuie relatives this Week.
i William Bays, of loganberry juice
Leslie Burke, with a party of s. veil ! fame, wa- in Cloverdale on business to-
from Bortiand, visited Mr. and Mr« j day from Beaver. Bill has a particular
; g o o d wav of making t his popular drink
Measlier ttie latter part of last week.
, and is making a market for his product.
My Fall and Winter samples of Suits
Another of those popular Pacific City
and Overcoats are here. Call and look
will be given Saturday evening
look them over
V. F. Learned, Clover-
with music by Faulconer’ s orchestra.
All w ho attend these dances enjoy them
Mrs. Joe Lowrance, who lr s been selves and they are increasing in popu
quite ill at the home of Mr Lowrance’ s larity as the season rolls on.
parent«, was able to return to ber home
Dr. Wise will he at his Cloverdale
in Oretosrn Sunday.
i dice every Monday evening and ull
l)r Turner, eye specialist, »ill be in through the day Tuesday and Ion gel if
Cloverdale, Tuesday, August .8, ;,t required until further notice. Those
Cloverdale Hotel. One day only. Don’ t desiring dental work done cun make
forget tbe date. Consult him.
appointment by telephone.
An ideal bathing spot has teen de
Bill* are out announcing the many
veloped in the Neetucca r.v -r n at good features of the County Fair. Re-
Cloveidale amt the young people are member the fair will be held next week
enjoying the sport this summer.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
8. ti Sneve, of Siletr, is at the Bi onten Friday. Arrange your affairs to take in
Springs this » c«k taking baths
He the Fair for a dav or two at least.
putisi • ttie splendid effects of ihe baths
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Christensen and
and says they are a boon to sufferers.
lamily, of Tillamook, were eurlv morn
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson, who ing ealler* in Cloverdale this morning.
have been »(.ending tin* pa-t month They, in company with Mr. and Mrs. H.
with relatives in and around Clnvt-rdn'c, II Brooten and daughter Nona, left
left for their home in Buxton venter lay *vi• h their car for Bellingham, Wash
ington, for a two weeks visit with rela
The rates nt thr* Louvre restaurant in tives.
Tillsmook nr«-no higher tintn at ottier
M:ss Zoe Marie Haiger, recently of
valine places and the tables ate a- in
siting and tin i dibl*« as iipin-li/mg u« Eng< ne, reched Cloverdale last evening
and is making her home with Mr. and
th >-e vou rind .n the lare* r cities.
Mr* J. C. Foster. She is to he assist
Mr. and Mr* D T W.-rschknl left
ant high S c h ool teacher in the Clover
last Saturdax f >r I’ortlan
»here it.ev dale high school. The teachers for the
ate enjoying a visit « th relatives l'lu y c. ming tet in : J. R. Bidgood, principal;
expected to return tide week a c c o m Miss llaiger. assistant; Miss Dunham,
panied tv their son R.lpli, and his gin ltd department and Miss Beals,
i primary department. School will begin
Rollie Watson and family were in Monday, September 3, and the principal
» i lies us to request that all he on hand
town Sunday and while visiting at the
C. A. Smith ranch their baby was quite
severely bitten by a dog.
Mr. Kraner received a letter from
brought to the drug store and l< ca' ap Arlta Stiverson recently telling how the
plications were applied and later taken recruits arc all innocnlated for typhoid
to the hospital where the nurse, in the
absence of the doctor, dressed
tin- fever, each one having to take three in
jeetiona of the serium. He says that in
nearly every case it makes the hoys
While F. K Beals was hitting the high quite sick. Arha is going through a
«poti between Cloverdale and I’ aeific rn'licr severe treatment as he also had
Cty Monday he met another machine to be vaccinated but save tie is getting
coming in the opposite direction on , | «long nicelv with it all and likes the
narrow grade and a* there was mu suf work and surroundings line.
fleient room to pas* he headed his ma
chino down the grade rather than col
The Louvre for an appetizing lunch or
lide with the other car As his ca* dinner.
Counter nnd table service.
headed downward Mr. Beals discovered When in Tillamook next time try tbs
u limb overhead and grubbing this he Lou\te
let the ear glide from under him. A*
the limb whs quite a distance from the
ground Mr. Beals found it necessary to go
Bids will he received by the under
to one of the neighboring ranches fo r a signed up to and including Saturday,
ladder t« come down on. This is the August 25, 1017, for 100 ricks Ill-inch
wav Mr, Heal« exp'ain* it, but as a frac fir wood delivered to the Central
tion of a coat tail is * ill on the hmh it Creamery not later than November 15.
tells a somewhat differ* nt story Will Address all bids to M. N. Bays. Sec.,
Mr. Beals please explain?
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Phone Us Your Drug Store
FI.DOM a duv pa*-' 0 that you lo not w wit something in drug
•• re -ii| elles
Du t h-t i I I stormy Weather >i -lu-hy roads
keep veil from having it. Don't put yourself to inconvenience
to w t it. Just telephone ii* and \v* 1) deliver it at "ii v.
Don t think you are Troubling u s— W e seek that Kind
Lot* of people bm Medicine*. Toilet Vrtides. Candies, Perfume-*, d o ,
of U« every day hy 'phone. We send for and deliver perscription*.
A u r o ter receive» ttie same prom ' and careful attention as though
you carne to the store in person.
T ry Telephone Shopping
LA M A R S DRUG STORE
increased tu 41 and al moat 800 horses 1 and a big free three-mile street I lia d e
are carried. There » ill be 00 clown» I show day morning.
Sugar has again Advanced
Have you selected your winter
reading? If not, do it now, or ;
W o are givin«*' our customers
subscriptions are about
advantage of tlie lowest price possible.
to expire let ue renew thtm for
We have notice that within the
next sixty days prices on a num
Buy now and save while vou have the
ber of magazines will advance.
Have yourself this extra cost by
giving us your ¡subscriptions now.
W M . A. H I G H ,
Druggist, Newsdealer and Stationer
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Barney Randcll’* brother is making!
him a short visit.
who recently i
passed a successful examination for the
aviation corps, is now on his way to j
Texas for intensive training.
There are few families that are exempt
from the draft, but one and all seem to 1
accept the inevitable with coral grace. I
We hope that our nation will see that |
these brave hovsare provided with every
necessity for forcing the war to a suc
A brother of Tom Weidner is making
him an extended visit waiting for the ;
call of the second draft.
Th** Montgoinery-Northrnp band held !
a morning and afternoon service last1
Sunday at Oretown and an evening ser- !
vice that »a* unusually well attended
on ttie Pacific City camp ground.
The Pacific City mill made its first
run Monday, doing excellent work, but '
was delayed by tlie severing of a steam
pipe, which frightened and slightlv
burned some of the workmen.
Rev. McConnell, pastor of the Dallas
Christian church, »'ill occupy the Mis
sion pulpit at Woods Sunday morning.
He is an able sneaker and it »ill pay
you well to come anil hear him.
F. K. Beals while on his way from
Cloverdale to Pacific City narrowly
escaped serious injury when meeting a I
carelessly driven auto loaded with peo- !
pie coming at a high rats of speed I
around n dangerous curve. Mr. B eals1
ran his own car over the grade rather)
than collide with the lighter car and ,
endangering the lives of it* passengers.
His escape, as well as his presence of 1
mind, » a s simply miraculous.The only
damage was a broken windshield.
A large crowd attended the Bible
reading Wednesday at the camp ground. 1
Something doing around the fires on!
the I’aeific City camp grounds every
A surprise party whs given in honor'
of F.rwin Guines a few evenings ago. A*
very pleasant evening »as spent in
playing games. Some of the gam oft,
plaved were: "Butt-In, Three Deep,
ron the Handkerchief,
Sillier Boy, Drop
Last Couple Out. Jack I ost Hi* Supper, j
Farmer iu the Dell, Wink'um, Cross
Question- and Silly Answers, What do
Vou Look Like, Gossip, etc.” At inid-
night lunch was server! and evervone
had plenty to eat.
Tlio-e present were: Mra. Guinea and
sons, Maiion and Erwin, and daughter,
Nora; Mr and Mrs. Whiteman and son
Lawrence; Dell I'erter, Clair Craven;
Mar) and Russell Fox; Oliver, Alice,’ I
B y r o n and Mildred Beckwith;
Norton; Halbe * i.nild ; Mr-. Wilson and I
sons Frank and Ralph, and «laughters |
Yvola, Mable aud Maud; Earl, Tressa ,
■ iti .I
Mrs. Irish and)
daughters J«-««ie and Grace, and son*
Grant; Mrs. Myers and sons Lawrence, j
F.liner and Howard, an t daughter lva;
Walter and I in Elliott; Mrs. Weiss
and sen Henrv. Ruth Benson.
C9MING THIS WAT
World i Biggest Circa« xnd Spedatile
"Cinderella" Anuonnced for Fxrly Oats
Announcemer i i« ma le that un Mon
dar. Augutt 27, Ringling Bros, cim i*
»ili givo aftcrnn >n ami night perforai-
lincea ut Portland.
The fiimous shnwnen are ti.is sea.-on
presentine un all r.t » « n i won.forftil pro
The tremendo*!« fairvtand «nev-
taci», ‘ •Cindereha." will appeal tn both
ynung «nd <‘ld. More than Ukk) person« 1
Uke («art in it 1« is casti) thè biggest
sfsvtuele Ringhi.« Bros, bave * ver
sta«ed ami ite glorimi* " Pallet of thè
Faine«," »ith ■<«) dancing girls, is in it-
self »orth going many nule« tosee. Fol- i
lo»in g "Cimieteiia ’ 400 arenic arti«ts
apj«-ar in thè maih teot program. The
Ringling* bave citred *c*.rt-«
performer« nev >r b*t .re sceu in A meri
ex. An cntir* traine*] animai stivi» ha.
U« n ui-iile ¡mrt of tne maio tent prò- !
grani ibi- -i-a-. n. The mcnag. rie no»
nnnil«-r« likw » d d animala The e i e - !
pliant*, tiuòid !.g "B ig Ring..," thè
v a iti.» largot («vii)v.eiui, hai« l--*i.
F IF T H A N N U A L
OP L IV E S T O C K
Including Dairy Cattle, Hogs,
Horses, Poultry, etc.
S c h o o l e x h ib it s
G r a n g e E x h ib it s
Good Horse Races, ete.
Ball Gam e Every L)iiv.
M e r r y Go R ound and
S p e c ia l A t t r a c t i o n s
EAST THROUGH CALIFORNIA
Is a favorite route for those seeking diversity of scenery, oppor
tunity to visit many attractive cities en route aud enjoy the best
One W ay Fares
First and second class to the East and
South apply vta California. The trip
can be made very economically.
■ Round Trip to principle cities iu the
East will be on sale certain days in
August and September. These tickets
apply over practically all routes.
Ask your local agent for particulars or write
John M. Scott. Gallerai Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines