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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1917)
PERSO N AL
Tillam ook Undertaking Co. FRA N K TAY LO R ,
K. S. HENKEL, Proprietor.
OF IN TEREST
Night and Day calls
N otary Public
S ix th Street at Second Avenue
W. A. Wlw , rin itlit.
F r o l A fh.Iter i* the now mail carrier
TILLA M O O K .
H’ . A. Bvird oí Portland, ww» in town j tietween Hloveriiale and Nenkowin, li*
! having purchased the rout«1 from Arthur
Coffey this we, k
Mr. Aftolter in a
Boy wanted age 10 to 18. High’**
strictly busi new young man ami pat-
School will open in a |
ronH of the mail route will receive the
We arc paying 45c per dozen for egg*.
You will |
»ante business like treatm ent as liar
( 1 .veníale Mercantil« Oe.
characterized ll»e former carrier.
Vic Laaruad was in town from F r i
Two Special detective» were in tin*
day to Sunday night froin the Fort.
end of the county and on Satuiday
Elder ft. Y. Blalock will preach at the evening arretted four young m e n ,------
B.ipiuit church n e i t Sunday at 11 a in. Joiiet, of flcbu, Cob Bauer, of Ne«kowin, Wa are headquarters for all School
A cor.lial t »Iconic in given to all
Ben Joy and A1 Learned, of Cloverdale,
Supplies the Youugilere
for having fermented loganberry juice
u .av n eed ,
Plusker Bros. for all kind* of uliimb-
at a dance in Pacific City. The boys
>ng. liuth room outfit» ami flztureii Til
(School Bookt Strictly Cash)
plead guiltv before Judge Stanley, of
TiilamOok, and paid fines of $10 and
Clarence I l u . h b t i k and family moved coets. 1» it »aid the officers were look
to Tillamook this week where he ha» ing for bigger game but were thrown off
employment in the mill.
D ruggist and Stationer
SCH O O L
S U P P L IE S
B ooks, Ta b le ts,
P e n cils, E tc .
V I. A. HIGH,
Oaorge Stiverson coftie down from
Ivan Gist met with another accident
Bremerton Sunday afternoon and re last Monday, tin« making the second
turned Monday morning
one within the past year. While exca
Mr aril Mrs. Ralph Moore and fam vating for a basement to hit mother’s
ily of McMinnyille, ure guests at the new home the Fresno scraper which he
was using struck a root and threw Ivan
W A. Iligh home this week.
over the top of the scraper and landed
T h e service at the Louvre is the liest him on hit left »boulder on a rock be
th at can be had in Tillamook. Try the tween the two horses he was handling.
lo u v re when in Tillamook next.
The shoulder bone was broken and he is
Merton F versai ramo Jin frorn N ata, now carrying his left arm in a sling and
Id»ho, Baturday and it now making hit shoulder bandaged.
ports look better for a good year’s work. |
We have an enrollment of about 65.
The high school enrollment is 22. That
is better than we have ever bad before. j
Our freshman class includes an e x
cellent group of beginners.
We were all glad of the return of
Frances Nelson, who was obliged to be ;
out of school last year.
Miss Jessie Jensen of Beaver, was in
Cloverdale Wednesday and made a r
rangements to attend school this year.
cintene Ht thè Coir! .-pring» factory.
Notice to th e P ublic.
She will be in the junior class.
In view of the fact that our business ¡ T h e high school has organized its first
One of thè old inndtimrk» o? thè Ves-
tur-ca V a l l o it being rii zeri, l t is the keeps ns so closely confined during the j senior class. Two of the charter mem*
laung unable to procure the ^*'r®- Howard and Diner, are ‘ 5 e most
Muttoon farai limite between d o v e r- week and
honorable seniors .
...e g l i h S o
; l ’i o p e r help amt believing a man or
............................., iviiiiinn requires a little recreation free
The new di ninno for tlie eloctrrc llglit . . .
., , .
. • , frorn business care», w** bave decided to
pia t wu r ct'ivcd bere t nlav. It will ; ,
. . . .
dose our stare Suialavs lrom I l a . ru.
Mr. Hanson arrived this week with a
curry about doublé t i» nurnber of ligbt* . . .
a . „ ,
to tt p. in., beginnmg Sunduv, »ept. 2nd. big six wheeled truck for the Pacific J
of thè one now In use.
lloping tlu» action m-eive» trie ap- Citv mill This truck haij been made j
Mi and V rr 1 . •). Uarn«dell and provai of olir ruany customers and a»-1 purposely for this haul and is one o f !
t irei- childreo of Dundee, are vi iting suring you tn.it our service to you is o f I the
«»‘" » 'K T I'’, ,“ ‘hin'‘8. on U,, e !
i . .
■ market of winch Mr. Hanson is justly
.Mrs. Lamsdell s parents, sir. and
s. tirst importance and that your needs | j,rou,|
Will Glick this week.
w ill continue to receive our most carelul '
The logging crew have commenced i
This month’s issue of Dumb Anim .’s 1*, l e “ ,ion we l l " ‘ nk -vou l , t vour ^ ner' operations again, near the rocky grade.
contains u splendid picture of the l i l f e ‘' ruUf! P»trona*« 1,1 t , “‘ P»*1 »"•> hoP'ng With the many fishermen that are on
fawn Arthur Tatro is raising with Mrs. , ,r “ continuance of the same, beg to the river and the daily raft of logs will
L M. K r a n .r and Arlene S tiv e rso n , r,mi*in’
make out little burg quite lively.
" • A- High,
Grandma Wood ha» been entertain
Druggist and Stationer. ing her granddaughter and her great-
K lm aJolm s.in and l.irner Badey cume '
granddaughter. the latter being now a
over irom Fort ’ oluuihia Saturday
young lady. 'I here are few women Thai
carry their burden of years as lightly as
rug h t m il visited home folks till Sim -
dav night. I he l»iy< look tine and »t etn Out Day of Big Show- Friday Sept. 14th. Grandma Wood.
j Adam Babcock, who was working
well pleased with their positions.
Blaine will lie alive w ith glory Friday, I Tuesday on the mill root, missed his
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wcrscbkul of
September 14th, when there w ill be I footing and fell about lti feet to the
li e fortunately sustained no
Portland, arc guests at the D. T.
In Id at that place their annual home broken bones, but his back and ankle
W .m lik u l
I o n ic
steaders' fair. These fairs are gradual were quite badly sprained.
W erse h kill is an nrtist on the Oregonian
ly growing in popularity and there are
«tuff and is now enjoying his vacation
a great many good and useful premiums
Dr. Wise w ill be a t hi* Cloverdale to tie competed for bv grower», breeders j
office every Monday evening and all *i»d manufacturer* this year,
through the day Tuesday- and lo tiger if
Th,‘ business men throughout the
W l u i f tr a in e d i p e c i i l i i t * with modern l * b
required until further notice. Those ! counly hav* contributed liberally in
• r i U r i M n d »<ifqu»le equ i| m* ut f i t * tu
desiring dental work done ran make i K"0*1* »«d money- to be put up for prize*
• t m c t i o n l*tul>Lg to l o l h g i n t f t i t g t t r » m IL#
appointment by telephone.
»»«1 a pleasant and profits ble day may fc llv w in g »cbt ol»:
i be bud by all who attend.
A G R I C U L T U R E , with I S d c p a r l B i f u t i ;
Saturday night i* the closing night of
Following is the program for the day
C O M M E R C E , with 4 d«p»i tm* ut» ;
the serial “ Pearl of the Ariuv" running I 10 a. in.— Parade
K N G JN EE R JN G ,
6 df pw rtu tfo U . In
•tudiuf Civil. Llfvtri*nl Higbwny. 1 iidunti u\
i'i the moviug picture show. Everybody !
Ait» Irrigntiou and Mechnniral V nginffriug
IV in. — Diliner
Conte and see the closing episode Com- i 1 p in.— Bicycle races
Y’G J U S S T R Y . Includ ing L c g g .u g E u g m f« r -
m Hieing Mat liadas- evening, September | 2 p. in — Horse races
H O M E E C O N O M I C S wftfc 4 mujur drp n rt
3 p. m. Foot races
15. a new scrini “ Patri»’’ »sill he started,
i i u lu d u ig
tim u t u g
lid s new serial i* «tarring '1rs. Vernon ,
N tiu ir;
C a .tV , the best known and best dressed j
M I N I N G , with three de pn rtiu euU .
women iti America
Look fur fuithcr I g, bool is rapidly settling down to the ’ *“* 0h' “1 *»• Sn«»a«srto*
announcement nezt week.
rivrlit kind «*í a hum. NVv»*r did i»roi-
T H E S C H O O L OT M U S I C , e f f r r .
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t t e a iu t h t p rin c ip al ár p iu tm< a t ,
n o in.tru m rn tal B a sic.
Phone Us Your Drug Store
i ’i |»>\| n d.iv (.«*«•!•» t », i* you do not want vum tiling in drug
»tor-* » ipph>
D-u » l> t col t. «i irtny weather or *lu*b\ rosi»
s ke; yc-i from having it. IVui’t put yourself t j incv*ii>ent«nce
t ■ get it. Ju st ti-i.-f Jioiie li» and we ll deliver it at once.
Don t think you are Troubling us— We seek that Kind
1 i* of people buy Medit ine*. To;!, t Arti, le*. Candie*, Perfume*, etc.,
of - 1 » i-vi-rv day hy 'phone. We send for tn 1 deliver perse ri pt ion«.
Yttnr itr ler receive* the «aun- prompt and t trcful attetuion as though
you carne to Ibc store in person.
Try Telephone Shopping
LA M A R S DRUG STORE
Tillam ook, Oregon
Cheaper than lard
Better than lard
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Correspondence Lessons in
f)armon£ ani> Compcetfton
DR. A L F R E D W 0 0L E R
Composer, Teacher and D irector
All musicians, whether director, teacher,
pianist or vocalist should understand Harmony.
Instruction in this branch ot study should,
whenever possible, bo taken from an expert
teacher. However, it is not always convenient,
nor possible for one to leave town and study in
person with such a teacher.
For the accommodation of such Dr. Allred
Wooler. of Buffalo. N. Y ., has perfected a most
thorough course in Harmony and Composition
tlcit is simple, concise,and practical, which he
teaches successfully by mail.
ii interested, write for prospectus and r a t ts .1
Çtffrcfc Tî?oofer, (Wlu&. ©oc.
Suitè C, 322 West Utica St.,
BU FFALO, N. Y.
P. 8.— Dr. Wooler also corrects amateurs’ musical compositions, nml
writes music to poerns. Those desiring such service must send their
M. S. or poem for estimate of cost. Prices are resonahto.
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Notics for Pablicstlon
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D E P A R T M E N T OF T H E I N T E R IO R
l*. S. LANl> O F F I C E *t Pivrtland, Ore-
i gni», Feptemlier 4, 1017.
NOTIOF. is herehy given that Alvy F
. Hall, of Oretown. O rege n , who. ,>n l*e-
cenilter 11, 1911, made Honie«iea<t F.ntrv
No. tk’VtTS, ftir the s e
s w v4 Section
■ (7. and n e ^ n w l4 . n lff n e \ Section
JO, Totvnshin 5 'South, k.inge 10 West.
WilUmette Mcrii(ian, ha» iih«l notice ot
mgke five-year proof,
tu e*tahli*h rlnim tn the l*nd »bove tle-
scnbetl. lieforv th e Regi«ter and R«*oe¡ver
of the l'niietl State« Land Otllce at
i’ortlantl, Oregon, mi lite Vttli tlav o í 1
( la.maní ñames a« witncsses:
rhomas H. F.iater. of M,«la. Oregon;
Daría» J . Dunn, ni M «la. Or*-w°n; Har-
rv D Beckw ith .n f Mt«la, Oregnn; t'le
B Rt-lhvrg, of ( Irrto »n , Wri-gun.
Prt»t| niatle at-cttrding to iaw un 1er
a hich «i.trv wat made.
Most enjoyable route.
Trail, Ei P a so, Ne Orleans.
new and delightful every hour.
Three daily train? from Portlaud con
necting at San Francisco for the South
an d east.
F.r.-t and second das? sleep
Urnxcelled dining car
The Safety Route
Ask your local agent f<*r ticket? and booklets descriptive
of this wonderful trip.
Joh n M. Scot;. General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines