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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1917)
Published Every Thursday
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
" E n t e r e d as second-class m a tte r, N o v
em ber 13th, 1905 a t th e post office at Clo-
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon, u n
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
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T im ber la n d notices
H om estead notices
Political A nnouncem ent Cards
J ob D e pa r t m e n t
My J o b D e p a rtm e n t is complete in every
respect a n d 1 am able to do all kinds
Commercial J o b P rin tin g on short
notice a t reasonable prices.
T H U R S D A Y . N O V E M B E R 1 1917.
Will someone please inform
Courier w hat druggist in Tillamook
Countv is agent for the Underwood
Our Oliver is in good
ru n n in g order, b u t they do say there is
more " p e p ” in a n Underwood.
Suddenly the nation realizes th a t it is
short of sugar. T he refiners have
finished the ir raw product a n d the
m a rk e t waits for the product of the A m
erican soil—the beet sugar w hich will
be tu rn e d upon t lie m a rk e t to relieve the
distress just as soon as the beats are de
livered to th e factory in such q u a n tity
as w ill insure a supply large enough to
keep th e mills going w ithout s h u t
Sugar factories are so constituted th a t
they must ru n day and night, every day
in the week, after they once begin the
campaign, w h e n a factory shuts down,
a great expense follows, and this e x
pense th e factory m anagers aim to
There are n u m e r o u s ' beet sugar fee-
tories in th e east and will therelore cut
a big figure in supplying the dem and
and spoiling the famine. The sooner
they commence work, the quicker will
th e shortage disappear.
Christmas Mail to Enlisted Men.
From the Navy D e p a rtm e n t, W a sh in g
ton, D. C.
W ith the approach of the Holiday
season, special a tte n tio n is being given
to th e delivery of C hristm as mail to e n
listed m en serving abroad. A rra nge
m ents have been perfected by the Navy,
W ar and Poslotfice dep a rtm e n ts w here
by C hristm as mail to th e American E x
peditionary forces in Europe and to the
crew s of U. S. Naval vessels ser>ing in
E uropean waters will be delivered by
C hristm as morning. W ithout the fullest
co-operation on th e p a r t of the public
it will be impossible to accomplish tb it
The families and friends of enlisted
m en are urged to observe th e r u b s
adopted by th e Navy, W ar and Post-
office departm ent?, particularly in three
e sse n tia ls:
1. Mails to reach sailors and soldiers
m u st be poeled not later th a n N ovem btr
lo th .
2. E very package m u st bear con
spicuously th e words "C h ris tm as M ail,”
th e complete address of the person fi r
whom it is intended, an d , in th e upper
left-hand corner, th e nam e and address
of the sender.
3. E very parcel m ust be so packed
and wrapped as to a d m it of easy in
spection by th e postm aster. No pack
age will be dispatched to E urope which
has not th e p ostm aster's certificate th a t
it contains no prohibited articles.
All mail for men serving on board
vessels of th e A tlantic fleet and in
th e E uropean waters should be a d
dressed to th e U. S. 8 ............. care post
m aster, New York, N. Y. All mail in
tended for men serving in th e Pacific
and Asiatic fleets should be addresed to
th e U. S. 8 ............ . Asiatic station, via
San Francisco, Cal.
4 4 A 4 4 4 M
4 4 4 < | 4
Leland B. Erwin
i PIANO INSTRUCTION
Diploma from the fti:a g o
Will be in Cloverdale on Thurs
day of each ween.
Those desiring to take fis-
sons please engage a lesson period
now. Leave word at the Cloverdale
Hotel or w tite ine at Tillamook.
Terma Si .00 Per Lesson.
The Place Cloverdale People
Should V isit
Brief Items of Interest from Various Towns in
Fire destroyed the Oddfellows' hall
T he H erm iston Dairy and
Show was held last week.
W ashington c o u n ty ’s output ol
onions will he about 208 cars.
A corn and potato show will be
held on Novem ber 17 at Coqullle.
Neal C. Ja m ison has been appointed
W ashington county agricultural agent.
The sia te convention cf the Baptist
church held its annual session a t The
The s ta te highw ay de p a rtm e n t now
has under c onstruction 200 miles of
A cam paign for $100,000 for th e con
struction of a new hospital has been
launched in Salem.
The Pacific In ternational Live Stock
show is to be held a t Po rtla n d during
the week of N ovem ber 19.
T he surve y for th e proposed rail
road to run from Mount Angel to
N iagara has been completed.
T he fruit in d u stry cf the Hood River
valley is suffering a serious loss on
account of the oar shortage.
Salvatore S u n te ri was sh o t and al
m ost in sta n tly killed in a duel with
two oth e r Ita lia n s in Portland
Gold Hill s c e m e n t plant began op
erations la st week. The p la n t cost
$700,000 and is stric tly modern.
George W . Anderson, serving
three-year te r m in the p e nitentiary
subscribed $1000 to the liberty loan.
The fourth a n n u a l convention of the
S outhern Oregon. Federation of W o
m en's clubs w as held a t G ra n ts Pass.
N ovem ber 18 h a s been set a s the
d a te for the dedication of th e recon
stru c te d G race P re sb y te ria n church
D oited S ta te s S e na tor Charles L.
McNary ha s baen confined to his
home in Salem with an a tta c k
T he new clubhouse of th e Illihee
golf club n e a r Finzer, five m iles south
of Salem, was opened officially with
a grand hall.
Twenty-one different road districts
in Linn c ounty have called m eetings
to vote on a special ta x cn th is y e a r ’s
asse se m e n t roll.
A terrific wind s to rm visited The
T alles and before it s p e n t its force
caused heavy d a m a g e to t h e shipping
and w harf boat section.
Lewis Squier, 3-year oM son of W.
C. Squier, w»3 ground t o death by a
S outhern Pacific tra in **n a trestle
tw o miles south of S alem .
The Oregon A gricultural college
faculty subscribed p ra c tic a lly
fifth of Benton county's qpiota for the
liberty bonds, raising $7(\i000.
Ed W eatherson. a le a d e r at S herlfn
Hixon camp 4 was f a ta lly crushed be
tw een two lugs and died a f te r his re
moval to th e hospital in Bend.
A ttorney General B ro w n holds that
the public service com mission has
power to grant fra nc hise d for logging
»nd booming in w a te rs of navigable
Mrs. C harles E. Cashaer, of Hood
River, was re-elected ptresldent of the
Oregon S ta te F e d e r a tio n of W omen's
clubs a t th e ann u a l -convention held
a t Prineville.
Tillamook c o u n ty -was perpetually
enjoined by th e suprmme c o u rt from
selling $412,000 wo»fh of road bonds
passed a t a sp e c ia l «flection in that
c ounty on J u n e 4.
W hile at work In t h e Big Creek
Logging c o m p a n y 1* c a m p n e a r Aa-
toria. F ra n k Geelan w a s stru c k In th*
head by a trip llr e and to badly In
jured th a t he died.
Leland E. Mo»,, for th e past 22 years
a re sid e n t of A lbany and
know n amonfe the railroad men cf
w estern Gregors, hie d at his hom e In
Edw ard Billings, aged 45. living at
3pringfia)d Ju n c tio n , w as instantly
killed n e a r B u g e n e when a S outhern
Pacific tro o p tr a i n stru c k the hack
In which he w as riding
W ork is b«Jng rushed on th re e can
tonm entg at F o rt S tevens and two
each a t F o r t s C olum bia and Canby, for
w inter h o u s in g of th e coast artillery
men s ta tio n e d a t Oieae posts.
Miss E s t h e r C arson, chief clerk to
G overnor W itbyc om be , will be m i r
»led the m iddle of N ovem ber to Hugh
McCammon, w h o is connected with a
b ro k e ra g e c o n c e rn In Seattle.
T h e fre s h m a n e la te set a
precedent a t W illa m e tte U niversity at
Salem w hen th e y pre se n te d the un'
versitjr w ith a n e v c o n c re te sidewalk
between E aton and W aller halls.
T he Eugene fruit G rowers' associ
atlon has paid to outsiders, and will
pay to its members, $12,000 for wild
evergreen blackberries. The Eugene
cannery took in 326,000 pounds, the
Creswell ca n n e ry 30,000, and
Junction City cannery 12.900, making
a total of 368.000 pounds, or 184 tons
of evergreen blackberries taken in by
th* three factories.
G o l d e n ’s
Employes of the Crown W illam ette
Paper com pany's mills at
City struck, following rejection
their demands for a horizontal a d
vance in wages of 25 cents a day.
The farm ers of Douglas county have
Just organized an agricultural council
which will work with the county agri
cultural agent and co-operate with the
United S ta te s d epartm ent cf a g ri
Fully 60 per cent of the hens of the
sta te of Oregon have been slaughtered
during the last six months, declares
E. J. McClanahan. president of the
Oregon P oultry B reeders’ association.
Grain elevators and stockyards in
Oregon are to be carefully guarded
because Food A dm inistrator Hoover
has been informed th a t there is a
nation-wide conspiracy to destroy
Albany will hold a special election
December 3 for the purpose cf am e n d
ing the city charter to comply with
th e new sta te law relative to holding
state, county and municipal elections
a t the same time
Secretary of State Olcott has ap
pointed Chauncey Butler of The Dalles
as h'-ad of the motor vehicle regis
tra tio n d e p a rtm e n t of his office to fill
th e vacancy caused by the death of
E dw ard G. Patterson.
At a meeting of the sta te fish and
game commission an appropriation of
$1500 was ordered set aside for the
purchase of a site on which it is pro
posed to erect a fish ha tc he ry on the
upper W illam ette river.
W a lte r Tice, a resident of Falls
City, wa6 almost instantly killed near
H oskins when he fell from a scaf
folding aronnd a w a te r tank of the
Valley A Siletz railway, falling 20
feet and fracturing hie skull.
The Big Springs project r e a r Bon
anza, about 25 miles east of K lam a'h
Falls, a pumping enterprise involving
betw een 2500 and 2000 acres is pro
ceeding rapidly and the dredging of
Lost river is about completed
Samplers and weighers employed
by the grain inspection d epartm ent of
the public service commission are not
subject to the eight-hour law, accord
ing to an opinion given by Attorney
General Brown to the commission.
New assurances th a t the people of
Oregon need not w orry over the pos-
eibillty cf a sugar famine are con
tained in a le tte r Just received by
Po rtla n d brokers from the W estern
Sugar Refining company a t San F r a n
H a b e a s corpus proceedings to test
the constitutionality of the anti pick
eting ordinance of Portland, passed at
the last election, w ere instituted in
th e suprem e court by Earl
a g a in st Chief cf Police Johnson, c!
Fuel A dm inistrator Fred J. Holmes
of T.a G rande has chosen as com m it
teem en to assist him in distributing
fuel In Oregon, Bruce Dennis. W. O.
Munsel, Dr C. J. Bmlth and E A.
Holmes, all of Portland Lot L Fierce
of Salem and F L Cham bers cf Eu
T hree fatal accident* were reported
to the industrial accident commission
for the week ending O ctober 25,
being F. T h u rsto n W heeler, sa-vmiP
employe; J. A Ramsey. Ast"ri§, a "d
Charles Otis, Odessa, loggers.
told 382 accident* w ere reported »or
th e week.
T h e com m ittee created by th* test
leglelature to investigate th» question
of consolidating commission* and
elim inating duplication* of s ta te a r
tivities is seriously
recom m ending to tbe next legislature
th a t *tate employe* be placed upon •
civil a ^rric e bail*.
T h e E ataeada ee-’e tr y ha* Juat r o *
plated the picking, drying and sb'P
ping of one of the best prune crop* of
While the crop was
only about a 50 per cent one. the quail
ty of tb e fruit and the prices obtained
w ere sufficiently high, ao tha t all
grower* received good r e tu rn s
Following an Interview with reprw
We have no competition. We m anufacture all our
Coats and Suits right in the store and sell direct to
you at m a n u fa c tu rers’ wholesale prices. We save
you the storekeeper's profits and th e traveling e x
pense. high re n t expense and middle m a n ’s profits.
J u s t tliinx for a moment w hat this m eans to you.
W O M E N ’S S H O P
A few words to the consumers of wearing apparel. I t
will pay you lo remember when you think about
Suits or Coats to See Cs.
Absolutely half the prices you would
have to pay in any other
store in our town.
We m anufacture new styles in Coats and Suits for
Ladies and Misses. Exclusive new styles every week.
Out of town people
11 *'m rav }"V0 ip?d
and come and mspee-t our
ful line of Coats and 8uits. Our Ladies’ Tailoring d e p a r tm e n t will be
glad to m ake up to your order exclusive style* in any style you may de-
sir*. In m aking your Coats, f-uiits or separate Skirts we guarantee to give
Men’s Suits and Coats
Tailored in our store on premises.
/ 'i ^ L l g k i n ’t
V H I I U E I H ^
W o m e n 's S h o p
Firfet S t r e e t
A d v e r tis e
C o u r ie r
East Via California
Is a pleasant v.inter route.
iiir >b jn i. Kin i
Travel in comfort
where it it always summer.
Francisco, San Jose, Del
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Santa
Venice and many other charming re
Three Daily Trains
Portland to Han Francisco.
and tourist sleepers, dining car*, solid
at this season of the year.
Ask your local agent for particular*.
Jo h n
M. Scott, Genera F a ^ e n g e r Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
aentatlvea of the car servic* bureau,*
of th* InterRtat# com m erce cemmls
»Ion and the American Railway a s s a
elation, C hairm an Miller, of the putdic
service com m 'ssicn. who Is now in
the east, ha* w ritten the commission
th a t In relation to c a r sho rta g e con
ditions all oth*r need* m ust be sct
aside and aw ait the need* of the gov
ernm e nt
Word wa* received from C hairm an
Miller, of the public service commi*
slon. now a t W ashington, D. C., that
the only recourae left for fighting the
new minimum on lum ber ablpmenta
from the northw est to Chicago te r r i
tory U through a formal complaint
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before the in te r s ta te commerce com
mission. H e say* he Inquired Into th*
m a tte r a n l is satisfied that no other
plan woulf, be effective.
lim b e r on isolated tract* of th*
Oregon k California railroad grant
lands, now revested In the United
State* government, will soon be of
fered for sale, according to Irstror
tion* Just received by the commi*
Mon*r of th* general land office from
Secretary of the Interior Franklin K.
Inns, It ia understood that plan* for
the opening of portions of these land*
lo entry are under consideration by
the governm ent, but d*tall# and date*
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