Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, November 01, 1917, Image 2

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    LOCAL
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AND PERSONAL ITEMS
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While they Last
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
G r y s t a l W h it e S o a p
Jewelry
W. A. Wise, dentist.
“ My Fourteen Months at the Front.”
First
instnllment this week. Read it.
8. H. Rock, of Oritown, was io
Cloverdale Tuesday.
Piasker f’.ros. for all kinds of ulunib-
For Rale--Team, wagon and harness. ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til­
iE’ VE ju s t seceived an
lamook. Ore.
Guy Mattoon, Cloverdale.
elgant new line of
The Louvre for an appetizing lunch or
J . L. Burke returned Tuesday from a
Jewelry, some of the
dinner.
Counter and table service.
few day* visit at Newberg.
latest things in the jewelry
When in Tillamook next time try the
8an Kay came. over from the to t Louvre.
line, possibly just the thing
Tuesday to attend the funeral of M e
you have been looking for.
A new gasoline station has been in­
Iter.
•
stalled in Cloverdale by tbe Cloverdale
Come in and look over the
Tue Hallowe’en social at Oretown has { Mercantile Co. Gas always on hand to
many nice things.
been postponed to Wednesday evening, supply patrons.
November 7.
We also have a nice new
That insects have power and genius
County School Snperint ndent Li tn'i
line of Hand Painted China
was demonstrated the other day when
and family were in this end of the
and fancy Jardiniere. Just
it was discovered that a web had been
county Wednesday.
100 Bars.
the thing for pre-holiday
attached to a wishbone that had been
Nathan Moon, of Salem, is visiting
purchases.
his brother John Moon this week and hung above an electric light bulb in the
front
of
the
Cliaa.
Ray
home,
and
that
enjoying the fishing.
by manipulation of the spider and his
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worthington, of web the wishbone had been raised,
Tillamook, were visitors with relatives swung away from the lamp and sus­
Druggist and Stationer
in Cloverdale the first of the week.
pended in midair by one single spider
-
-
Oregon.
The dance that w: • to he held here web. Compare the weight of ¡the wish- Cloverdale,
this evening has been postponed to bine to that of the spider and it is
Saturday ev,ning, so says the manage­ wonderful what proportionate power Fastern Star Lodge of Tillamook,
these small insects have. The wishbone aid has taken an active part in church,
ment.
was left unmolested and it-> course will 8 nday school, W. C. T. U. and Red Mrs. Wm. T Collins..................... 500
TILLAMOOK NEWS NOTES.
Mr*. Trank Owen* and Mrs. Charles
Wm. T. C ollins..............................
500
be watched with interest.
Cross work.
Blum are in New berg this week, having
John H. Rock...............................
300
The funeral was held Wednesday at
D. T. Werschkul while driving his
been called their bv tne serious illness
H. B. Lockwood....................... ... 100 District Attorney Scents Booze— Good
of their mother, Mrs. Nelson.
auto on a narrow piece of road near the 1 o ’clock at the Presbyterian church,! Mary S. Sanders...............................
50
the services being conducted by R* V
Shewing in Tax Collection— Se­
50
Mr. R. E. Shelby, of North Yakima, old Doty place met with a fortunate Curtis of the Christian chutch ot Tilla­ H C. Sanders..................................
ditious Bobo Locked up.
50
came in Tuesday to visit her father, mishap. The fill at this place is new mook. People from all parts of the Sarah H. Penter..................... „... .
50
8cott Boatman, of Hebo. Scott says and qu te sott and the road only wide county were in attendance and without D. H. Penter................................
Andrew Anderson ..............
100
she not only surprised him with her
enough for a machine. With Mr. doubt it was the largest funeral ever Lester Ray...............................
On information given to District A t­
50
visit, t ut by announcing her marriage
held in Cloverdale. The floral offerings
torney Goyne Mondav that a shipment
Werschkul
in
the
machine
were
Clyde
Richard
A
lle
n
.................................
100
a* well.
and Webster Hudson and for a moment w ere beautiful and bespoke of the high Lurline R. Alien.............................. lfO of liquor had been received here Satui-
Mrs. Ten Via, formerly of Pacific Mr. Werschkul’» attention was called esteem in which she was held.
dav, he got busy and search warrants
30
In her immediate family she is sur­ Alva F. Ball......................................
City but now of Sandy, Montana, visited and the front wheels of the car got on the
Liurence W hitem an.........................
50 were issued a n ! a box containing thirty
here a couple of weeks with Mrs. Jeff soft ground and the car turned turtle vived by her father and mother, Mr. and
Roy Stone............................................
50 quarts of whisky was found, also an
Fleck and returned to her home last with the occupants. Clyde was the Mr*. John Her, and two sister, Mrs.
Genevieve Ward ...............................
50 empty box, just like tbe full one, was
Monday.
found £Q
on the premises of a local hotel
first one to get out from under and he Neva LaTrace and Mrs. Emma Evans, Roy S. Ward .......................
. ' of Heppner. and a brother, Roy Iler,
here.
The booze was labeled Under­
assisted
in
helping
Mr.
Werschkul
re
Dr. Wise Will be at his Cloverdale
1 of Portland.
wood Typewriters and marked to one of
lease
himself.
Mr.
Gay,
who
was
near
Total.
rjH'O
office every Monday evening and all
She was buried in the Oddfellow»
the local drug stores. The case is caus­
through the day Tuesday ami longer if the scene hastened over and the three cemetery and a beautiful service was
Inexpensive Lightin g.
ing considerable interest at this time as
raised
the
car
enough
so
that
Webster
required until further uotiee. Those
Many of the peasant class in Spain
: conducted by the Rebekahs at the
it
is thought several parties are inter­
was
extricated.
A
careful
inventory
of
make use of the bark of the cork oak
desiring dental work done cuu make
grave.
ested.
There has been no arrests made
injuries
was
taken
and
it
was
found
to light their cottages at night. Tbe
appointment by telephone.
Attorney Goyne and Sheriff
with the exception of a few slight cuts | The bereaved family have the sincere bark ts placed In a kettle, from which yet.
A letter was received V o id iy even­ and minor bruises the trio was as sound sympathy of the entire community in
protrudes a spout, and when it is hot Campbell are working farther on the
ing from Rev. Montgomery, of the Port as ever. The machine was rolled on 1 their sorrow.
case.
Millie Caroline Her was born at Gales enough it gives off a gas which burns
land Prishytery, saying that he was over into the field, cranked and driven
1878~ '
considerable brilliancy.
From a statement made at the tax
coming to Tillamook cenntv; that le home with the top and w indshield com­ Creek, Washington, June 30th,
‘ ' j
The lighting Is not expensive, and collector’ s office we have the following
She was baptized in infancy and has the peasant is careful to save the car­
wan'd preach in Tillamook neat Sunday pletely demolished.
lived a faithful Christian life. She was bonized cork refuse, for he can sell it. figures showing amount of taxes co -
morning and in the evening at the
ever kind and true to all who knew her, as it is known commercially as “ Span­ lacted up to and including October 5th :
Presbyterian church in Cloverdale.
Miss Millie Her Passes Away.
Amount collected $398,105.64; and on
The community was greatly shocked a lo\in* daughter and a good sister. ish black," one of the intensest black- the delinquent rolls over $18,000.00
The postmaster at ( loverdulo lias just
She has lived for the past 18 years browns known among pigments.—Lou
received her notification of increased Tuesday morning when it was learned
have been collected. There is delinquent
with her unde, Chas. Ray, in Clover­ don Standard.
letter postage. The rate is three ce:.ts that Miss Millie lier had passed away
on the current rolls between $.‘11,000.00
dale.
How His Wif* Helped.
per ounce or fraction thereof on letters
and $32,000.00. This is considered a
during the night. 8he was operated on
Columbus was married in 1170 or good show ing by those in the office.
and other lir-t-cluis matter except drop
Liberty Band Subscriber.
letters. All drop letters, that is, letters a I tile over a w* ek a i/o at the Nestue-.a
The following is a complete list, with thereabouts to a Miss Falestrello of
A German hobo giving bis name as
mailed for delivery from the office at Valley hospital and reports of her eon- the amounts, of purchasers of t ie Lisbon, w hose father had distinguished
Nik
Weilant was arrested and placed in
which posted, including those for de­ dition had been favorable until Mondayt second Liberty Loan Bonds in the himself as a navigator. A part of her
the county jail on Su.nday. He is a
marriage
dower
was
a
great
collection
livery by city, rural, or other curriers of when a change for the worse took Cloverdale district *.
trapper and has been traveling over the
such office, are required to have pv>et-
Jack Rnon ................................... I 100 of vuluable charts. Journals and impor­
place
and
she
died
about
midnight.
county
tbe past month, also workid
ege paid on them at tin* rate of two
Frank Taylor...................................
50 tant memoranda. She possessed a fine
Her
mother,
Mrs.
John
Her,
and
her
some
picking
blackberries and diggi g
cents an ounce ir fraction thereof.
Glenn Taylor..................................
50 education and was widely known as a
uncle,
Cfias.
Ray,
were
at
her
bedside.
potatoes.
While
at Hemlock Sund; y
brainy,
brilliant
woman,
who
was
con­
Postal ia. !s .,re requited to he prepaid
.loii n F le ck .....................................
loo
Miss lier was well known thioughont
morning he pngaged in conversaticn
stantly
urging
her
husband
on
In
the
two cents, and, therefore the one cent
J. L. George.......................
50
with F.d Anderson regarding the war
postal cards must have u one-cent post­ the county, having lived here w ith her 0 . A. Smith....................................
100 path which finally brought him to the
parents a number of years and after­
and stated he would like to see the
age stamp affixed to them in addition
Roland 11. Meit/.ke......... ..............
50 wonderful goal with which we are so
ward
taking
care
of
her
uncle’s
home.
kaiser win, then there would be no
familiar
t i t h e one-cent stamp impressed on
Frank Wilson.................................
50
in her quiet, pleasant way she made
more war and we would all be nndtr
Uuadeioupe.
on such cards. Port cards, private
A. W. lies*......................................
50
tiKinv
friends
and
retained
them.
She
one
rule. Mr. Anderson informed him
Guadeloupe, the largest island of the
mailing curds, bearing written messages
Chas. R a v ......................................
100
he
was
sitting under the American ting
n,„*, have two cent* postage prepaid on
» member of the Kebekah Lodge at ^
^ ortoll
............................
50 French West ludies, has a population
und
had
said enough, whereupon he
thi‘iu. Th:a rule tuLe?
tomorrow, |
pince ft ni l ncM un ottico at the .time Permit Trail )er ...............................
50 of about 183.000 and a total area of
Noveml-cr 2.
of lur death. She was a member of tbe
left
and
Mr. Anderson telephoned
George Traxler...............................
50 722 square miles. 32 per cent o f which
Deputy Sheriff Stanley at Tillamook
................
is
under
cultivation.
The
important
Roy K. Kedlwrg.................
50
and he assisted by Deputv Sheriff
lna k. Burke...................................
50 crops are sugar caue. coffee, cocoa, va­
Webb and District Attorney Govne ar­
Jas. L. Burke ..................................
50 nilla and also lime trees. Tbe soil is
You iron Id g o lit ¡les
rested
the man and placed him in the
Ftta fhirke......................................
100 fertile, and the rainfall is usually suf-
to h ea r A n n a Case
county
jail. He is held awaiting in ­
Orln Burke....................................... 100 flcleut for the needs of the crops.
structions from the United States at­
s i n g
A. A. Imlah..................................... 100
torney in Portland.
“ The Star Spangled
J. J. McGinnis...............................
100
Wolves were far more common in
Howard Owens...............................
60 Palestine in Biblical times than they
Danner”
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Arthur Owens ........................
60 are now, though they are yet occasion­
STATE OF OREGON FOR TILLA­
und A rth u r M iddle-
ally
seen.
The
wolf
o
f
Palestine
is
the
Omer Bailev ................................
50
MOOK COUNTY.
I). A. Bailey.....................................
100 common cauls lupus.
ton .sing
I n the matter o r the estate of J ohn
Dorothy S. Christensen.................
100
Seven is generally regarded ns a
eock , deceased . Order for hearing
“ A m erica.”
Anna K. Christensen....................
100 lucky number because it Is sacred to
final account. Register No. 116.
Zada M. Christensen ...................
100 Apollo. The story goes that at the
It has hern proved
Notice of Hearing ol Final Acconnt.
Oscar F.. Taggart.......
50 birth o f this deity seven sacred swans
Notice is hereby given . —That the un­
muni/ tim es in pub­
Frank L. Owens........
‘ 200
circled about his head.
dersigned,
admin'strntor of the estate of
lic th at their m a g ­
W. S. Boatman ...... ..
60
John Rock, deceased, has filed in the
John Lockwood...........
50
nifier it voiers a re tit-
Office Ground Floor
Bell Phone 53-J County Court of Tillamook County,
V. A. Spaulding......
50
rralli/ Jle-Created bp the .A'ew Edison and that
National
Bid,
P. O. Box 147 Oregon, his final account as such ad­
B. H. Joy ..................
50
their voices cannot be detected from the .Yt ir E d­
ministrator, and that said Court
R. M. Fox ...................
50
has appointed Satuiday, the 3rd day of
ison's Jle-Creation o f them irhen h eard in rom -
W. A. High.................
With Rollie Watson
250
November, 1917. at the hour of 1 o’clock
partson. II e are very a n xiou s to h are you h ea r
Xestucca Valiev Bank.
1.000
p. m. of said day. at the County Court
100
I M. Kraner...............
these Re-Creations. II e a re su re you will appre­
room in the County Court House in the
F.ffie 1) Kraner..........
100
city of Tillamook City, Tillamook
ciate them.
County, Oregon, a« the time and place
50
I>a\id T. Werschkul....
for hearing of objections to said final
There a re m a n y soun d reprotlucing m a ­
50
Webster L. Htnlsou.
account and the settlement thereof.
William C. Hudson....
50
chines, but there is on ly one in stru m en t irhie/i
This notice is published by order of the
Clyde H udson.............
50
Cou/ity Judge of said Court, dated the
Re Creates .1/usir. ft i.s the A eir Edison, " The
2f>th day of September, 1917, the first
W . A. Gage, Jr............
50
Rhouograjih II ¡fit a >oitl.”
publication of which is Thursday, the
D T. Edmund*...........
50 1
27th day of Septeuilier, 1917 and the
Ji «ephine Gage ...........
50
Far Sale on Kasy Payments bv
la*t publication is Thursday, the 25th
L. V. EBERHARD. Manager.»
Nestucca Lodge, 1. I). F
ICO
.»ay of Octolier, 1917. and the time in
which it has to run is 4 weeks and 5 in­
J. R. lowra-.ee............ .
50
Complete Set of Alwtract* of the Records sertions thereof.
C F. Murphy.....................
»0
of Tillamook County, Oregon.
8. II. Rock.
100
TILl.AM O O K ,
Cl 'rcrdalc Lodge. F. A A. M.
ORHOON
Administrator of the e-tate of John
J L Lawrence...........
wo TILLAMOOK.
Rock, deceased.
OREGON
or
R o y a l W h it e S o a p
$4.65
One ease only to a customer.
W M . A. HI GH,
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Ci £di 3cm—
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by the
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