Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, November 22, 1917, Image 2

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
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W. A. Wise. deutlet.
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
fo r Rale—Team, wagon and harness,
tiny Mai toon, Cloverdale.
This hoe been a prosperous year and y ou ’ ll
of course want to m ake som e suitable G ift
or G ifts to those you love, Y o u ’ ll find good
substantial G ift G oods at our store, suitable
for the folks at hom e or the boys at the
front.
Alee Watt, of Tillamook, it a guest at
the home of hia daughter, M jd . High.
W. A. High lias rented the Cbas. Kay
house and will take immediate posses­
sion.
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Dee Sanders was the lucky one to get ■
a leave of absence this week from the
Fort.
OUR
HOLIDAY
GOODS
are arriving and a? usual we’ll have a beau ­
tiful line of G ift G oode to offer you , and at
a range of prices to suit your purse. We
in vite you to com e in and look over the
line.
Lawrence (»Ids had the miaiortnue to
break one of the bones in his light arm
Tuesday.
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Have you though over the numerous Gifts
. . . you’ll want to give at Christmas?
Jam«-« liitilcy visited t 'e home folks
the first of the week
Mrs. Albert Darby, of Tillamook is
visiting her sister, Mrs. P. H. Messner
and family this week.
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Christmas Fast Approaching
Mr. Kock, of Orotown, is a Clovtrdale
visitor today.
Piaster Bros, for all kinds of oluinb-
Ing, both room outfits and fixtures. Til­
lamook. Ore.
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Watch this space for New Announcements
WM. A. HI G H ,
GLOVBRDALL,
Stationer
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OREGON
Best Hard W heat
Flour
$2.85 Sack
Barrel 11.40
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
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season here.
John Wilson.......................... ’ .......... 4.00 H. G. Kininan........................ . . . . 1.00
Our aristocracy, the late fishermen, Wilson Taylor.................................. 1.00 Gilbert Rock.................................... 100
are planning a California trip. Forget E. E. Colestock............................... 2.50 W. H. Christensen........................... 4.00
the cheese and get the net if you want l.eola Dunham...........................
3.00 E. R. McHugh..................................
20
to succeed.
L. M. Kraner................................... 5.00 L. J. Red berg.................................... 1.00
Mr. rnd Mrs. Kraner, of Cloverdale, C. F. Rhortridge............................... 2.00
Meda
were visiting this community in the in­ A. A. Im'ah ..................................... 5.00 Mollie Craven and Brother....... ... .10.00
5.00
terest of tiie Y. M. C. A. war fund. Its A. Arstill.................
Mrs. Chas. F ox ...................................6.00
needless to say the trip wa3 not in vain. P. II. Messner.................................. 5.00 H. J. Gould..................................... 2 50
Mr. Chandler, of Tillamook, was a Wm. Messner.................................. 5.00 Mrs. M. Handle............................. 2.00
Lena Cochran .....................
5.00
Pacific City visitor Monday.
Frank Taylor.................................... 5.00 Mrs. Lydia Irish..... ’. .................... 2.25
It is rumored that Mrs. Kelding has H. H Miller...................................... 5.00 Mae A. Schaeffer............................. 1.00
1.00
bought property her* for a summer Mr and Mrs. John Fleck................. 5.00 Mrs. L. E. Whiteman................
O.
H,
Larison
................................
1.00
home.
D. T. Wersehknl............................... 5.00
There are a number of permanent im­ J. L. Lawrence ............................... 5.00 E. R. Foster..................................... LOO
provements under wav for Woods the Wrn. Glick........................................ 5.00 J. C. D unn...................................... 1.00
coining season.
M. N. Bay9..................................... 5.00 Wilma Grace Dunn....................... 1.00
5.00 Roy C. Dunn.................................... 1.00
Mr. Collier will give an interesting Mary Jenck................................
2.50
H. B. Lockwood............................... 5.00 W. A. Hes9 . . . ...........
talk at the Mission Sunday evening.
Neskowln
J.
J.
Hudson.....................................
5.00
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Deuel were
W. A. Gage...................................... 5.00 James Taggart.................................. 1.50
Tillamook «isitors Sunday.
.1 L. Gay..........................................
50 Kathryn Edmunds...........................
50
Mr. Bewley is on the sick list.
G. D. Kerns...................................... 2.00 Roy Ward......................................... 1.00
Our enterprising postmaster, A. C. C. C. Murphy .................................. 2.00
Recapitulation
Deuel, lias increased his stock of goods J. M. Traxler................................... 2.50
Cloverdale......................................
$273.50
to such an extent that his natrons will i Fred Briody.
1.00 Hebo. .....................
68.50
have to get their mail from the door or -C. F. Murphy
2.00
he will have to enlarge his place of bus Guy M&ttoon.................................... 2.00 AVoods........................................... 21.50
iness. We expect it will be the latter. Arthur Coffey ................................. 5.00 Pacific City.................................... 25.00
47.75
The Pacific City mill is sawing 3 inch Fred M eilz k e.....................................5.00 Oretown....................................
2.00 Meda.............. %. ............ ........... 32.25
road plank for a road from the mill to D. M. Pen ter..............
3.00
Lester Ray........................................ 2.50 Neskowin .....................................
the graveled road at Pacific City.
IJ.
K.
Bidgood.....................................5.00
One of the late improvements on the
Total
$471.50
C*. A. Smith..................................... 2.50
Heals ranch is an excellent hog pen.
J. B. Gillum.......................................2.00
D. 1». Hostettler was a Cloverdale G. H. Ethel...................................... 1.50
School District Budget.
visitor Tuesday to consult Dr. Shearer
To
tne
Clerk
of School District No. 22,
about Ins little girl.
ClOTerdale High School
of Tillamook County’ , Oregon :
Adam Babcock had quite a serious Howard O w en s.................................. 2.50
fall Tuesday morning from a roof of a Raymond Lowrance........................ 2.50
Following is a statement of the esti­
building caused by a defective scaffold. Wade Arstill.................................... 2.50 mated amount of money needed by the
He Is having more than his share of Jennie G lick...................................... 2.50
district during the fiscal year beginning
bad luck tliis* fall.
Viola Red berg................................... 50
Mr. Chandler, of Tillamook, is here Goldie W ilson................................... 2.50 on June 18th, 1917, and ending on June
Bessie Hunter.................................. 2 50 30, 1918. This budget is made in com­
for a day or two on business.
Mabel Lundquist............................. 1.00 pliance with Section 217, and includes
Pledges!:—
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
the estimated amounts to be received
Paul B u rk e....................................... 2.50
Hallie Desmond............................... 1.00 from the County School Fund, special
district tax and all other moneys of the
Nastucca Valley as Usual Does Its Bit
Hebo
With a Vim.
Orley Kellow.................................... 2.50 district:
BUDGET
Chas. M cKillipp............................... 2.50
Fred C. Roeser................................. 2 50
E STIM A TE D E X P E N D IT U R E S
When it comes to supporting, w ith its Oscar Bodvfelt.......................
2.50
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„„ Teachers’ salaries____$3,021.00
There will he a basket social at the
Mr. Williams, who has been some cash, any feature of the war work of H. M. U’ D r L. Y u ........................Furniture..................................
30 O0
Mrs.
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llebo school gymnasium on the evening time in the Tillamook hospital, is re­ this nation, the Nestucca Valley ha-
W. Bodyfelt.......................... 5.00 Apparatus and supplies
.. 5.00
such as mayis, chalk,
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of Nov. nibei 2S for the purpose of i a:s ported failing rapidly. No one seems shown, repeatedly, that it takes a back Ward Sappington..............
P. D. O tt................................
5.00
to he able to locate his trouble
erasures,
stoves,
cur­
sent
for
no
community
in
Unde
Sam’s
ing money to huv apparatus t;: equip
Henry W hite.......................................5.00
tains, e t c ...................
25.00
W. W Hepburn, of Portland, an old list of cities, big or little.
the gymnasium. A good program will
Etlie Jensen .......................
5.00
time friend of Dr. Montgomery, was a
Flags.............................
15.00
It made this fact plain in two Liberty G . W . Bodvfelt................................. 1.50 Repairs of School houses
be given and a general good time i- an­ recent visitor to Pacific City and is so
A.
E.
Mever....................................
50
ticipated. Ci tue and bring a basket well pleased with the place that he ha- Loan drives, in its reply to the appeal of
outbuildings or fences
25.00
N. N. Kirby___ ; ........................... 1.00
and help the good wink a mug.
promised to spend the entire coming the American Red Cross, »ml to cap Scott \V. Boatman........................... 1.00 Playground equipment,
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the climax it again gave the same an­ Mrs. Scott Boatman..............
1.00 | (play shed)................. 500 00
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swer to the appeal of the Y. M. C. A. o . m . Putman.........!!! 1' . ; I ! ' . ' . ! loo j i**nitor’8
Andrew Anderson........................ . 5.00 ' JV-1e, ...............................
last
w
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} ou would go mites
F. E. Mever................................... 5.00
9.00
Our quote for the territory south of N. P. Hansen.....................
5.00 I 9 !erkA Salary ..............
25.00
to hear .luno Case
Insurance.....................
12.00
Beaver was $200. and we doubced it and Walter Churchill.............. .............. 5.00
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Uester ................................... 2.50 For payment of war­
then added more. To be precise, as the 1 J- "
rants........................... 311.44
Woods
figures w ill show, we raised just $471.50.
“ The Star Spangled
Following is a l.st, w itli the amounts, Richard Miles .............. ’. ............... 1.00
Banner”
O. L. Smith......................... ......... . 1.00 Total estimated amount
of the contributors:
of monev to be ex­
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I Deuel and Cornet .....................
pended for all pur­
Cloverdale.
and .Irthar Ai ddU -
I M. J. Bays .................. .................... 1 50
poses during the year
$4.1"7 44
Grover
W
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$
200
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Cland
Hall
......................................
250
ton .siHi>
J. C. Foster.......... ....................
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
1 00 I W. R. Robedce ............................... 2.50
Ed Karl .....................................
2 50 j K Allen............................................. 5.00! From Countv School
“ America.”
Chas. Ray..................................
5.00 Rich O. Allen.................................. 5 00 [ Fund during coming
W A High..............................
•5.00 |D. C. Collier.................................... 2.00 I school year.............. $ 990.00
If lias been provetl
Al Boon............................................. 5.oo
From State School Fund
Pacific City
J. J M cGinnis................................. 5.00
many times in pub­
during the coming
J. T. Moon....................................... R oo Jeff Fleck ........................................ 5.00
school rear....
122.50
lic that their majf-
F. L. Uwen...................................... 5.00 D. T. Edmunds...............................5.00
Mrs.
Cornelia
Edmunds..................
5.00
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Estimated
amount
it
Myrtle Gist...................................... 5 00
haon— « nificen mites are lit
.. 5 00! be received trorn all
Chas. Lundquist............................... 5.00’ A. Edmunds and Sisters.
2 00! other sources during
* rally Re-Created by t/te .Yet v Edison and that
Joseph Wilson.................................. 2.50 I Ambrose Babcock...........
L.
A.
Northrop....................
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1.
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th* con» n* <‘tho01
Alice
M.
Coffey
...........................
5
0
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their voices ran not tu detected from the .Yew Kd~
vear. High School
J. E. Shearer.. ........... ............. .
5 00 j
Crawford .................... .
2.00
Fund (E st.).......... ..... 1,360.00
isou's Re-l'reation of them when heard in com­
V. a Span) ling .......................... 2.00 j
Oretown
Total estimated
"re­
parison. Jl e are very anxious to hare you hear
JV'V J” I ' , ....................................... 2.00 W. A. Penter.....................................5 00
ceipts, not including
Helen Beals
6.00 C Follett
the money to be re­
these Rr Creations. II t are sure you will appre­
A! Learned ...................................... 2.50 , Oscar Hellenbrand ....... ................. 2 50
ceived from the tax
ciate them.
F- Antrim................................. 5.00 D. C. Miles....................................... 2.50
which it is proposed
J. L. Burke ... .............................. 5U0' E. J. Hunter............................
. 2 50
to vote........................
$2,472.00
Albert Wade ................................. 6.00 I F.. W .Gillman ........................... !. 1.50
There are many sound reprotlacing m a­
RECA PITU LA TION
Emma Fogg...................................... 1.00 R. B. Miles..............
1001
chines, but there is only one instrument which
ex­
Margaret Curry ............................... 2 00 A. F. Ball. . ....................... .
2.50 Total estimated
penses for the year...$4,177.44
M Sch nicy ..
Re Creates . Music. It is the .\eic Edison, " The
2.00 Wirt Sappington...........................
2 50
re­
'1rs. W C. Stewart ..................
2.00
Will Gage ..................................... 2.00 Total estimate-1
1‘honograph II *///.* tr S<9 ttl."
ceipts
not
ineluding
Chas. Blum ..................................... 5.00 K. Carver
. . 1.00
the tax to 1« voted... 2,472.50
I». A. Bailey....................................... 5.00 Janies Sutton
1 00
Tor Sale on Kasy Payments bv
T I*. Lucas..................................
5.00
T. A. Porter
*2 00
Balance, amount to be
Frank Von K uw................................ 5.00 F Nene asc Invalider
. 1.00
raised by district tax
$1.301.94
Joe Fetch.art....................................... 5.00 Chris Otzen
2.00
'!* rt Frere-t ....... .................. ....... 2.00 Jen? Jensen......... . ...................... 1.00 Dated this 2nd day of November, 1917.
I L. George
................ ..... 5.001 Ole Red berg..................
2 00 P. A. Bailev,
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TILLAMOOK,
OREGON
Rav II i-l.t-eck ...................... ....... 200 Roy Stone........................... ’ . .
100 K L. Owens.
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M » K Hush V ex .......................... 1 00 ■ Mina Follett ....................
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5.00
Rills are out for a Thanksgiving dance
to be given at the hall at Cloverdalc j G. W. Traven, grand warden of the
Thursday evening, November 23.
Oddfellows visited the Cloverdale l< dge
|.(i Tuesday evening and the Rebekah
William Rtdeigh was up from Paci
City Tu* »day and Wednesday morning ladies proceeded to show him that while
Went to Tillamook to he there a tew food conservation was the general order
of things they could still serve a ban­
days
quet that was dainty, palatable and
There will bo a dance at TI**bo Friday very satisfying to the inner man. A
evening, Nuvelnlw-r 23. All are invited, very pleasant evening was enjoyed by
Wilkin’s Jaz orchestra «¿11 furnish the all.
music.
Mr. and Mrs (¡rover Witt, A1 Boon,
Chid Hall, fish merchant and ml round Chas. Ray and Mrs. Her autoed to Mc­
knight <>f the silvery salmon, is enjoy­ Minnville today. Charley and A1 will
ing a visit from his brother, a Mou- witnesrf Grover do the bumps in the
tanian.
Eagle loege tonight. Mrs. Her will re­
It is reported that F. R. F'.eal will turn to her home in Heppner and Mr.
have a large lumber scow built and tlmt j Kay expects to visit for a while in
lumber from his Pacific City mil’ will Washington points before returning to
be freighted by water to Cloverdale and to Cloverdale. If Mr. Witt lives through
the ordeal tonight Al will see that he
then hauled to Tillamook.
and Mrs. Witt are safely escorted home.
Here’ « n shot youmust pull thetri^g t
Cloverdale has had two near’ serious
quick to get—The Kvening Telegram,
tires
in the last week. Last Thursday
the Orange Judd Farmer and the
Cloverdale Courier nit one year (or $4,25. ! afternoon Al Learned spilled a gallon of
i gasoline in front of the Mercantile Co.’ s
Thia offer expires November 30.
I store ami shortly after Richard Miles
The rates at the Louvre restaurant in | lighted a cigarette and threw the burn-
Tillamook are no higher than at other | ing match into it. The Harnes spread
eating places and the tables are as in- j so quickly that it took prompt action
viting and the edibles as appetizing as j with fire extinguishers to put it out.
those you find in the larger cities.
The other fire occurred Monday after-
Dr. Wise will be at bis Cloverdale ! noon about 5 o’clock in tlie Kraner
office every Monday evening and all block. Mi«. Cochran was rendering
through the day Tuesday and longei if j some lard in the oven when it became
required until further notice. T h o s e overheated and exploded. The oven
desiring dental work done can make ! door flew ojien and flames and smoke
appointment by telephone.
I tilled the house. The tire extinguishers
were again brought into use, the hose
A deal was closed this week whereby
quieklv laid and the fire subdued with
Chas. Blum was made owner of the
very little loss. Hero’ s hoping that the
Frank Worthington ranch and Ray
third one deetn’ t materialize.
Hushbeck owner of the Chas. Blum
ranch and the families have taken
WOODS ITEMS.
possession of the same.
J. S. LAMAR