Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, November 08, 1917, Image 2

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NEWS
Dasker biros, for all kinds of plumb­
in'/,
bath room outfits and fixtures. Til­
For .Sale—Teurn, wagon and Larnet**.
lamook. Ore.
Guy Mattoon, Cloverdale.
Rev. Montgomery, of Portiand, was
Finder—Plea»# return keg of nails to
in Cloverdule last Sunday and in the
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. and receive
evening nt. the church delivered one of
rewar I.
his usual characteristic, eloquent ser­
Kay L-taon, o f ' Tillamook, was in mons that was both educational and in­
Cloveidale Monday and Tuesday on a spiring. At the dose of the services the
business deal.
question of securing a regular pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Shortridgp, of Dolph, was discussed, the results of which will
visited over Sunday with their son and be to afllliute with Tillamook, the
his wife, Mr. -nd Mi**. Carl Shortridge. pastor to preach at that place in the
morning and here in the evening. Rev.
The Louvru for an appetizing lunch or Montgomery said he thought he knew
dinner.
Couutei and table service. of a man; that could fill the appoint­
When in Tillamook nest time try the ments and he would endeavor to secure
Louvre.
him for a tryout.
RHow about that insurance. Delays
L'ttle Ncs‘ ucca Road Boosters Meet.
arc dangerous. ¡represent two of the
Quite a number of Little Nestucca
best old line companies doing business people met at the hall here on Saturday
in the stale. Frank Taylor, Ctov^rdale. *o discuss the situation of the Little
W. A. Wise, dentist.
'tarried—On Wednesday, November
7, at Tillamook by Judge Stanley,
Marion feiines to Mira Maude Wilson,
both ot Meda. Their manv friends wish
them happiness in their wedded life.
A fine, large otter was exhibited in
Cloverdule Tuesday morning. It was
killed by Chet Worthington while
■ wiuiuriiig the Nestuccu river.
The
Ncstucea is a veritable gold mine for
v due this year.
1 r. Wire will be a' his Cloverdule
ollice every Monday evening and all
through the day Tuesday and longer ii
required until further notice. Tliosr
desiring dental work done can make
uppointiueut by telephone.
A special meeting of the Lelies Aid
of the Prta'ryterian church will be held
ut the church Wednesday, November
14, nt 2 p. mi . A h there is special busi­
ness to be attended to it is urged that
all members attend.
lithermen are making big catches
this week. It is reported Jelf I leek
made over »500 in one night the fori
part of the week. Another luckv lisle
erm in outlie Little Vestncca i- reported
to ll ivv made haul ■ i something < v. i
♦ 40 > worth of salmon.
Word was leceivcd here Fi iday of tin
death of Mrs. Nelson, of Newls ig. Sin
was the mother of Mrs. Frank Owens
and Mrs. Chas. Ilium and at one time a
resident of Cloverdule and quip well
known throughout this end of tin
county.
John Her and Mrs. LaTracc, of Hopp-
ner, Itoy Her, of 1‘ortland, and Sam
liny, of Fort Columbia, all returned to
thtir r. spectlve homes Monday, having
been culled here to attend the funeral
of Mbs Millie Her, Mrs. John Her and
Mrs. Havens will remain with Mr. Kay
for s. short t me
The CToverdale National Farm l oan
Association met last Saturday and
trues ict t the usual monthly bn-im -«
It w.is decided to assess each niembci |!
to defray expenses timt
that was necessary
to incur. New inemhi r« will he ehurged
$r> to d« fr y expenses ul examin prop-
ertv for loun. Frank T.iylop wus neide
temuorary sverptary and will allein! to
thut ollice for the m mtli.
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Week=end Specials:
OF INTEREST
1-lb package Royal Club Raisins, 15c
Holiday
Goods are
Arriving
Albers Oat flakes, 35c
Albers Wheat Flakes, 35e
Toilet Soap, regular 10c cakes, 5c
0
Watch this
Space
for
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holiday An-
nouncement
WM . A. HIGH,
;
Crystal White Soap, $4.65 case
Sugar $8.45 sack
Druggist and Stationer
Nesoca road relative to its be thrown
out from its designation as a state high­ Cloverdale,
Oregon.
way. Mr. Beals was present at the
meeting aud said that matters haijj taken
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bays, of Beaver,
a diffeient course than w hat was ex- were in Cloverdale todav.
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peeted both as to the Little Nestucca
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Porter and son
and the county bonds for hardsurface
.Where is Your Boyi
roads. The question of improving the Earl retnrned the first of the week from
Six
million
boys in prison camps ; 14,-
Little Nestucca road from Meda this Medford where thev visited their son,
000,000 boys under arms. The trenches
way was discussed.
Mr. Beals was Herbert.
asked if he would go to Salem as a i
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! will soon be filled with our boys. If it
representative of the people of thi end | Local Y. M. C. A War Council Organized. I is not your boy you are especially fa­
A few uf the citizens of Cloverdale
of the county to confer with the state
vored by his presence at your fireside.
highway commission and he acquiesced, met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
But how about your neighbor’s boy?
with
the
understanding
that
Kruner
with
Mr.
Botts
and
Mr.
Jones.
but only
of Tillamook last evening and perfected ; What are vou doing to make his lot as
he defray his own expenses.
Mr. Beals has spent considerable . an organization for the purpose of raising I ,.agv as pogaib]e, under conditions that
greut deal of valuable ' nmney to help the Y. M. C. A. carry on j
money and
are not, at the best, what we would like?
tune in the furtherance of goiAl roads i i j , ¡be goiwl work they are doing in the
Would you not like, in some way, to
nilainuok county an<l is entitled to war-stricken countries, at the front, in
more appreciation than we are aoma- tha priaon cam pa and at the home can help in a work that will protect, in
times prone to give him.
I tomwents.
some measure, these home ties from
A telegram was received from him j It >s proposed to raise ♦ >.>,000,000 for breaking, while these boys are1 passing
shortly after his arrival in Salem and it this work and the quota for lillamook
through these trying experiences for
stated tli.it he had succedcd in securing county is $2,000, of which Cloverdale is
vou and me?
a promise that the matter of tint Little apportioned $200.
Mr.
Kroner
was
selected
as
the
cap-
There is just one institution which is
Ni tneca road would be held until a
Uiinjfor
the
work
here
and
he
has
ap-
!
accomplishing
this work but whose
meeting of those interested in the
Little Nestucca road and a representa­ pointed two teams for soliciting as fob powers are greatly thwarted by lack of
tive of the state commission could be lows:
Team No. L —Mrs. L. M. Kraner, means. It is an institution in whose
had.
MrB. Frank Tavlor, J. R. Bidgood and hands you are always safe in entrusting
Card ot Thanks.
Frank Taylor.
vonr funds, and also your boys, during
We desire to thank ym kind friends
Team No. 2.—Chas. Ray, Mrs. J. E.
those “ off duty” days, or hours, when
and neighbors for their sympathy and
¡Shearer, Mrs. Chas. LundquistJ Mrs. D.
helpfulness in our hour of bereavement
time
drags. When loneliness puts to
• A. Bailey.
and sorrow and also for the beautiful
the
test
and when temptations make
The teams will meet with Mi. Kraner
floral offerings.
at his home Saturday evening and per­ their most formidable attacks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Iler,
fect arrangements tor the drive which
This institution is the Y. M. C. A.*
Chas. Kay,
commences
Sunday and ends with the
Neva LaTrace,
and ihe wonderful work that is being
Emma Havens,
dose of the week.
done through this agency is far beyond
Kuv ller.
the realization of most of us. Y. M. C.
A. huts are being established in the
army camps of our own country, as well
Dr. Robinson, of 'lillamook, was as those of the allies, also in the prison
called to see Grandma Babcock last camps of the allies, where those weary
week Thursday. Her 83 years of faith­ and worn hoys can have an hour of re­
ful service have left their marks, but laxation. a cup of coffee, a comfortable
Diploma from tlio Chicago
we trust she may be spared to us some desk at which they may sit while writ­
Musical College
ing to those homefolks, with stationary
time yet
Will be in Cloverdale on Thurs­
Mr. Beals has purchased a 125-b. p. and every necessity furnished, where
day of each week.
boiler for the mill and a force of men thev may also have the privilege of
Those desiring to take les­
are preparing to move it to l’acitia City. hearing the best music upon the grapha-
phoue, seeing the moving pictures,
s o n s please engage a lesson period
Pacific City school began last week reading the best magazines or even
now. Leave word at the Cloverdale
Hotel or w rite me at Tillamook.
Monday with Miss Gilbert as teacher.
taking hours of special training and
Terms $1.00 Per Lesson,
Mrs. Leo Notion’s mother is making study.
For this eacii million men will require
her h visit.
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200 experienced workers, 500 pianos,
The fishermen are reaping a very rich
500 graphaphoncs. 25,000 talking ma­
harvest these days. It is rumored that
chine records, 500 motion pictura ma­
some are making from $100 to $500 a
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) 'on ironh! go mites
chines, 1,000,000 feet of films a day,
night.
If so fish are much more
to hear .¡nun Case
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10,000 pens a day, 25.000 chess and
rows with much less
profitable than Cows
les. checker tx)ardg Mf000 m
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
WOODS ITEMS.
B. Erwin
1 PIANO Leland INSTRUCTION
«•J
l
sing
“ The Star Spangled
Banner’ *
a a t . 1 r i h a r
.\f( h l!e -
ton ting
“ America.’ *
It has been p ro m t
many times in pub­
lic that their m ag-
n ’fteen roiees are lit-
‘ itili
He-( 'rented by the Yen' Edison amt that
iiitir voices <•» 'itnot l< f/e/tcteit from the . V uc Kit-
I S O U ' v H r - ( '/
i/ion of them when heard in com-
p a ri sou. )j * are eery an.vious to hare yon hear
these He Ci co
n s.
are sure yon iei/t appre *
d a te them.
iwmat* u cxnjcm—•
If
There or many sound reproducing ma
chines, hut th /v is only olii instrument uhi eh
He Creates . Mu I sic. It is the .\ eie Edison, " The
Ehonoom oh n h a Soul.”
l :or Sale on Lasv Payments bv
J. S. LAMAR
TILLAMOOK,
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OREGON
Office Ground Floor
National Bid.
Bell Phone 53-J
B. O. Box 147
With Rollie Watson
Abstracts on Short Notice
by the
PACIFIC
ABSTRACT CO.
L. V. EBERIIARD. Manager.
Complete Set of Abstracts of the Records
of Tillamook County, Oregon.
TILLAMOOK.
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OREGON
School District Budget.
To tne Clerk of School ¡District No. 22.
of Tillamook County, Oregon :
Following is a statement of the esti­
mated amount of money needed by the
district during the fiscal year beginning
ob June 18th. 1917, and ending on Juna
30, 1918. This budget is made in com­
pliance with Section 217, and includes
the estimated amounts to be received
from the County School Fund, special
district tax and all other moneys of the
district:
BUDGET
E STIM ATED E X P E N D IT U R E S
Teachers’ salaries.$3,021.00
Furniture......... ............
30.00
Apparatus and supplies
such as maps, chalk,
erasures, stoves, cur­
tains, e t c ............
25.00
blags......................
15.00
Repairs of Schoolhouses
outbuildings or fences
25.00
Playground equipment,
(playshed)..........
500.00
Janitor’s wages...........
90 00
Fuel......................... 100.00
W ater...........................
9.00
Clerk’s salary.......
25.00
Insurance..............
12.00
For payment of war­
rants.......................
311.41
Total estimated amount
of money to be ex ­
pended for all pur­
poses during the year
»4.177.41
I week and 1,000,000 Bibles.
E ST IM A T E D RECEIPTS
I To accomplish ail this, and you would
, would have them accomplish no less, From County School
Fund during coming
1 they w ill also most surely require your
school
year............... $ 990.00
most liberal offering.
This great undertaking is to l>e ac- From State School Fund
during the coming
Mrs. Fisher won, to Tillamook Satur- comP,**hed 1
w i,h tl,e « if,s oi
school year................. 122.50
Us where the necessary mednul treat- <v* r,n heartrd »^riots who want our Estimated amount to
ment in her ease .s more convenient.
| brv8 to n*ve a11 t,ies« thinK3 «* uPlift
be received from all
I them and to protect them from the
othtr
sources during
> me up to .late topics are discussed
contamination that everywhere
the
coming
school
Is the speakers at the Mission. Its * ¡* « » ¡1 - them as well as the physical
rear. High School
profitable place to spend your Sunday j anBers that threaten them,
Fund (E st.)............... 1,360.00
evenings—where sen are always wel-| jj , c amount required to accomplish
Total
estimated
re­
come.
j these things in our own country, upon
ceipts, not including
Mrs. Deuel has been on the sick list j t,le
and over the seas, is *35,000,900.
the money to be re­
for a few das s.
; of which Oregon’ s share, outside of
ceived front the tax
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Portland, is $100,000. Tillamook coun-
which it is proposed
| A I Babcock las computed lmn a . . . . . . .
. ... .
,
,
.i
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.
. l b * share of this burden o f responsi-
m w d< min le.
e, where
w here he e expect«
a r cts to speud
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^ T°te........................
»2.472.00
Witty 1 » $..000. The amoutit has been
the winter with his family.
a n APITCLATIOM
apportioned among the.various diatnets
Total estimated
ex-
'
MrfHdU has recently purchased a of the conntv. Will each «listrict raiae
penses
for
the
year...»4,177.44
Ford—his walking days are over.
I d* quota? Lat us take up the task with
Total estimated
re­
Mr. Northrup now has three cars. 1 a will and see that our distsict doea its
ceipts not including
' . i *hare.
will you do? This ia an
No. 348 coming again ¡nt. » bis peaaea m
. . . . . What
,
the tax to be voted... 2,472.50
, ‘ nd«vidual queat.on.
•ion. He has completed a large
>ix thousand dollara prnyjilea one of
garage and should soon successfully
Balance, amount to 1«
these
huts, in our own land. Fifteen
compete n hall Cloverdale or Woods
raised by district tax
»1.304 94
thousand dollars provides one over the
jitneys.
Dated
this
2nd
day
of
November,
1917
seas. Will we provide them?
D. A. Bailev,
t „
,
D. D. Mdler went t*' T.iiainook 8un-
I^t us ask again, where are our boya? F. L. Owens.
> ? T rd,
Directors
I Date of caaspaign Noveaiber 11 to 18. ____________ 1 School Dist. No 22
I k**‘s 10 v“ y’
; I>. D. Hnetettler has returned from
lillamook where he and Ambrose Bah-
| cock silent a few days prepaiing the
large new boiler for shipment to the
Pacific City mill.
he
t,llt