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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1917)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
appreciate the generous
patronage accorded us in the
past year and want to thank
W. A. Wist*, dentist.
Mrs. I „ M. kraner left Saturday
Ed Cochran visited Hie county sent morning for Han Francisco in respon
to a telegram from A rha Stiverson say
ing I ip would not he able to come home
J. R. Bldgnod is assisting in ti c Mar- for Christmas and for her to come there.
car tile Co.’s store this week.
She expeits to be gone about three
Mies Marie Hager is spending tlie weeks.
Christmas vacation at her home >n
Mrs. Alex imluli received a card Mon
day front the Fred Russell family, of
Mr ami Mrs. Car! Shortridge and son Eugene, announcing the death of Lavon
J«*< k returned home from Salem last Russell the previous Friday. The Rtts-
sells were former residents of Clover-
dale ami Miss Lavon was their oldest
ft Plasker Bros, for alt kinds of (dumb
child und was about IT» years old.
ing, hath room outfits and fixtures. Til*
The mail schedule has changed again.
It reaches here at about 2 o'clock p. m ,
Rev. H E. llornsehuch, of Three which makes our mail just a day late.
Rivers, was a bun,uosa visitor in Clover- The train gets into Tillamook too late
for the stage, so they take the mail front
A postal card from the .Multnomah here over, get the mail of the previous
hotel. Portland, says Chas. Ray is day and immediately return.
Sad Ending ol Bright Young Lite.
Attorney Robert McGrath is with ns
One ol the sadest incidents of the
again this week assisting the hoys with
year was the funeral of Mrs. Ernest
Edmunds, which was conducted by Rev.
J. M. Truxler is in Portland this week f. 1. Montgomery at theOretown church
assisting his family with the remainder Saturday. Although the day was rainy
of the Christmas turkey.
the church was filled with her friends
neighbors ; her death was so sudden
Mr. and Mis. Robert Watt, of Tilla-
our many costoniers for the
same, and wishing all a
W e wish to extend our BEST
W ISH E S to all our customers
H A P P Y and PR O S PE R
OUS N EW YE A R .
Thanking you for your generous
patronage through the past and
Happy New Year
hoping for a continuance of the
same through the coming year.
and success and prosperity
for the years to come.
WM. A. HIGH,
Druugist and Stationer
City to Oretown chuch and return, ta k -;
ing several people to the funeral. He I
says it takes a better driver than the [
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
While Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Deuel I
few day. visiting at the ! “ ,ld unexpected, and the circumstance. were leisurely riding in four or five feet j
connected therewith so sad, that it of water yver tho former's meadow j
High home the first of the week.
aroused the deepest sympathy of the lands here, the latter spied a gopher
Elmer Bailey, Glen Cochran, Lyle neighborhood.
making a successful escape from the
Craven and Elina Johnson were home
The simple text "Jesus Wept” was flood, and as she loves her garden better
from the Fort to spend Christmas.
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
appropriate for the occasion and tli£ than the gopher she determined to in-
more especially than in
Mr and Mrs. Albert Wade are spend fact that one of the last things that the I tefere anil In the exciting battle the
ing the week in Tillamook. John Lock- leparted did, while in full possession of boat was overturned, throwing both oc
wood is cheese-maker in the meantime her supposed health and all her mental cupant into deeper aud swifter water,
faculties, was to kneel at her bedside where, after a struggle for about 30
Arthur Coffey and family are visiting
and commit herself into God’s care. minutes they succeeded in righting their
friends in the valley. They went over
This simple act, coupled w.th her faith, boat and hailing it out. As darkness
Our large stock is in every instance the lest that can be had
the "hum p” in their new Mnxwtll.
gives the bereaved ones great assurance was falling no one saw their plight nor
and our aim will be to keep the high standard up.
The Louvre for nn appetizing lunch or of meeting her where sad partings will knew anything about it until their ar
Counter and table service. he no more.
rival home,looking like drowned kittens.
When in Tillamook next time try the
Her maiden name was Kathrvn However, neither is any the worse for
Noble Ward, and she was horn in Chris- the exciting experience.
('minty, Missouri, May 2r>th, 185*0,
II. A. Miles and W. R. Kohedee, of
Mr. Ward and his wife are spending
at the age of a little over "1
Woods, and Chas. Murphy, of Clover-
the holidays in Tillamook.
dale, were Tillamook business visitors years.
The lecent high water drove several
She was married to Ernest Edmunds
June 10, lMlfl, and died December 21, people from their homes and made e x
Isaac Ward and Mr*. Mar\| Landing- 11*17. She leaves to mourn her death, a cellent boating from Pacific City to
hum, of Ntwberg, readied Cloverdale father,mother,three sisters, her husband Woods via the highway.
lust evening. Mrs. Lumlinghain may and a tiny baby girl.
It is said by some of the mill hands
return to Cloverdale to live.
A part of a piece writen by Dr. .Mont that Garrett Ward made a fairly good
Those w ho wish to see Dr. Wise ub uit gomery for the occasion, follows:
sized hole in the muddy-water the other
their dental work will please take notice "Th at narrow bar, the mists between day, caused, we presume, by a misstep,
eternity and tim e;
that he and Mrs. Wise will leave shortly
hut lie is still smiling.
And everything usually kept in a first-class hardware store, and
From earth looks deep, and du-k, and
for the Booth on a vacation trip of four
all goods are of the best quality.
chill, from heaven ’tin sublime,
An entertainment was given in the
or six weeks.
That short, dark road is all between my Pacific City hall Xmas evening by the
loved ones and me,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv Lockwood re
If Jesus calls I w ill not fear, but shake Woods and Pacific City schoil.
ceived word this week from their son
earth’ s tetters free.
Robert, stationed at Honolulu saying
Income Tax Returns.
And v.hen we meet on von’ bright shore,
he was suffering from a broken collar
and clasp glad hands again
In a communication received by this
bone hut did not .ay how it happened.
And Jesus gives a welcome sweet,
there will be no moving piceure show
paper. Collector of Internal Revenue
'twill be ti e end of pain.
Saturday night.— Dance Tuesday night.
The gathering at the church Christ At dealli’s dark dooi 1 will not weep, Milton A. Miller, announces that a fed
when loved one's safelv cro*s;
Death oi Mrs. Thomas Coates.'WP
mas Eve was not up to its usual size.
I, too, will take their God for mine, eral income tax officer will he sent into
I.avina It. Contes, a daughter of Mr.
nor murmur at mv cross.
Whether this was due to lloovcrt/ing
w ill he here until January 30. His head ami Mrs. John II. Nolan, was born on
on candy or that there were other en
quarters will he at the court house and Wilson River, about one mile north of
tertainment, we de not know. H ow
w itnout charge lie will assist in making Tillamook City, on April 21st, 1S72. and
ever. tlie program was enjoyed l>v the
died on Christmas day, 1917. She was
children and parents, and a short but
Unmarried persons with incomes of married to Thomas Coates, who survives
interesting talk by lie\ Eads was ap some time, was taken to the t'loverdnle
h ispital t > undergo an operation, which #1000 or more and married persons re her. on November 14, 185*1. Four chil
we trust will meit with success.
ceiving |2ll0d or over this year w ill have dren were horn to this union ; one son, i
William Thomas. First Class Private in 1
1 n '.e- an a d of Congress approved
E. Kirkwood and wife have gone to to make returns.
Oct d er 0, 1917, the storage, use, pur-
Returns of incomes for tho year 1017 Headquarters Company, 102tid* United |
their old home in Folk county to spend
muxt be made on forms provided for the States Infantry, which left Camp Mills.
chas", sale or mnniifuiturc -t expioxives the holidavs.
purpose before March 1. I*1H, Because Long Island, New Y'ork, some time ago,
is prohibited with >ut fii-t obtaming a|
Mr. and Mrs. P. X. Edmund* brought
t many people don't understand for an unknow n destination, and three
license. Frank Taylor, Cloverdale, lias
their son, Ernest s, little girl to I aoilic j
nntj wu„ q know how to make daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth and
h.'en app 'luted licensing am lit (or the
i ily from the hospital Suturdm m g b t.;oug tl>t‘ir returns, the government is Agnes, all living with their father in
southern portion "i iillam ok uuntv
,t< mother having died Friday night.
; ^.Dj i ng ¡n this ex|>ert to make himself Tillamook City.
and heel sc can be severed t*_v culling on
She also leaves surviving her, her
Mr. Fleck gave h.s new Overland cat known to the government. If he doesn’ t
him and making will luvit. A ter- of
mother, Mr«. Margaret E. Nolan, of
cents is ui »il«.
Portland ; four brothers, G. C. Nolan, of |
t>i i pay
a t i.i vi . ' t v
rn i u r i r . i l
t ’ i t to
♦1.000, pav a fine or go to jail. So if Ray. Arizona; Oak Nolan, A. E. Nolan
vou don't want to take chances on going and Harry U. Nolan, all of Portland;
Pufe and Comfortable
to jail you la tter call on the income tax and three sisters, Mrs. R. L. Wade, of
If yon are not sure about being
Leave Cloverdale daily at
subject to the tax, letter ask him and o«o, Oregon, and Mrs. Rollie W. Wat- ■
a. in., arriving at Tilla
make sure. Whether von see the in son, of Tillamook, and ^numerous other
mook at 10 a. m.— in time for
come tax man or not, you must make
morning train to Portland.
Mrs. Coates was a meml*er of the
return if subject to tax.
Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m .
The Collector suggests that everybody
at Cloverdale at 5
npirit c f flv ßcctßon prompts me
start figuring up now his income ant •j W orthy Matron of Silver Wave Chapter
expenses so a* to he ready with the No. 18, Order of the Eastern Star;
J M. T R A X LE R , Prop. J
to erprißß to pou appreciation of cur pfcciß
'figures when the expert arrives. Ex
pense«. however, don't mean family ex Order of America; and a member of the
penses, money used to pav off the Women's Relief Corps and the Am eri
ant ßußincßß rifattone during tßc paßt pear
principal of a debt, new machinery, can Red Cross.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Stoves. Ranges, Farm and
Alex McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
THE W H ITE!
A1I W ay Points
ôni fco moßt ßeartifp trtßß
prcßpcntp for ttv coming peßr.
building«, or anything like that. They
mean what vou s|>end in making vour
money, inter« *t. taxes paid, hired help,
amount paid for g.* Is sold, seed, stoek
bought f>r feeding, rent, (except for
your dwelling etc. Income includes
lUnit every dollai you get.
Young team. 1
hors« t, harm «s
and wagon. Enquire J. E. Cochran.
Money to loan—The Pacific Building
and Loan Association has an agent
Fnqiiire at the office of Tavlor
Liai^r -law- Agency.
Jelly is Oaiuaqe'l.
The Todd Hotel
The recent severe storm caused g re a t'
damage at the government jetty at the
mouth of Nehalem bay. Thirty bents
of the jetty tramway were washed into
L S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
ths channel, carrying the pile-driver, -
eigl t cars and the tender launch w ith!
Hum. These thirty bents sre in one
gap of the north jetty, on which the Inning Room run on Family Style
» •rk is yet incomplete.
Me als 35c.
other places on the same jetty one or
more l«*nts were tarried sway"
The big gap is on the inshore end and
will, have t • be rebuilt t>efore work can
again proceed. The F>ss is estimated at
twenty thousand dollars—V heeler Re
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents. Special
Rates by the Week.