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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1918)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL I TEMS
W. A. Wise, dentist.
Cha«. Kay is in Cioverdale again
Bud Wallaca, of Beaver, wan in town
Miss Ethel Jemen, of Beaver, was in
Mr. and Mrv. John Jent k of Hemlock
were in town Tuesday.
Jattics Trent and family of Neskowin
were in town Tue 3 d. 1 v.
E. F. Rogers and wife, of Tillamook,
are spending the week in this end of the
Blaaker Bros, for all kinds of (dumb
ing, bath room outfits and fixtures. Til*
Will Roenice, of SanJluke, and sister,
Mrs. Harris, of Tillamook, were in
Cloverdala New Years Day,
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
Although the United States recruit
ing offices no longer take recruits vol
untarily, who Lave registered, the
British and Canadian recruiting mis
sion can accept al) British and Canadian
subjects between the ages of 18 and 4ft
and in certain branches up to 56, pro
vided the man has only his first pa pros
or uo papers at all. American citizens
cannot be enlisted. Why not start the
New Year right by joining the British
army or Canadian Expeditionary Fores,
and help end the war, is urged by the
above named officer.
Carpenters, boat builders, black
smiths. tlmbermen and other trades
men are especially needed.
To those who have dependents a lib
eral separation allowance is paid by the
government, and where this is not suf
ficient a further grant will be made by
the British Patriotic Fund of Oregon.
John Lockwood experts to leave for
Corvallis tomorrow where he will take
Monday—we’ ll say is our “ beatleei
a course in eheese making.
Joseph Aufdeinauer, who has been a
One cinder, one flicker, one coal.
patient at the hospital tor a short time,
Tuesday—well this is our “ inealiesB
returned to his horns in ilcho Friday.
The Louvre for an appetizing lunch or
One oyster, one herring, one sole.
Counter and table service. Wednesday—oh, this«s our ‘ ‘ wheatless
Wheu in Tillamook next time try the
One corn cake, one dodger, ODe scone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bidgood enter Thursday—we must have a ‘ ‘eweetless
tained the high school scholars with v
pickle, one lemon, one bone.
watch party at their home Monday i
make a good ’ eatltss day , g
One cheerful and glorious fast.
The next Red Cross meeting will he Saturday—call it a ‘ treatless day,”
held Frid iv, January t l, the regular
For all reciprocity’s past.
meeting day having been changed from But Bnndav—may Hoover forgive us,
Weiuesday to Friday.
If we should all happen to feel
The baptism service at the Baptist
c'jurclt New Year's l»ay was largely at A little more hungry than usual today,
And once again eat a sipiare meal.
tended and two new membt re were
aided to their church roll.
WATCH THIS-SPACE NEXT WEEK
W e wish to extend our BEST
WISHES to all our customers
lor a HAPPY and PROSPER
OUS NEW YEAR.
Thanking you for your genarou6
patronage through the past and
hoping for a continuance of the
same through the coming year.
WM. A. HIGH,
Druggist and Stationer
Death of Joseph Williams.
Cioverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Again death came our way. This
time Joseph Williams, of Pacific City,
was called. He was taken sick in Butte • mb
Montana, sometime in May, He had
been working there in the mines while
his family were living in their little
home in Pacific City. He found that
he was gradually getting worse and
came h«-re September 5th of last year,
llis case was a peculiar one that seemed
to battle the medical men. lie was
taken to Tillamook hospital under the
care of Dr. Boales and from there
brought, back to his home, lie was
later taken to the Cioverdale hospital
but despite all that riuidical skill could
accomplish he died Friday, December
28, at about 12 o’clock, noon.
He was born in England, Jue 15,1869
Was married to Augusta Pauls at
New Year’s I)av was one of the
Spokane, Wash., in 18*.«8, and to this
prettiest days it lias been our pleasure
union there were born four children,
Woods and Pacific City during the
to experience in some time and we are
Joseph, Lorenzo, Mary and Arthur, all
past week has borne a greater resem
hoping it is mi omen of bright things in
of whom are living. Joseph, the oldest,
blance to a large inland sea than quiet
1»1 1 .
is attending school in Portland. The
dec«-as*-d also leaves besides his wife and
Roy Stone of Neskowin, who ha* been
Our people have not so greatly children, a brother and two sisters.
reported ns being demented for some
Dr. Montgomery conducted the fun
time, was taken to Tillamook Sundae resented the inclemancy of the weather,
and from their sent io the asylum foi because it gave them a better oppor eral seavices at the Odil Fellow’s ceme
tunity for visiting and feasting during tery where only his wife and family ami
a few friends were able to attend on ac
Those who wish to see Dr. Wise about
of the heavy rain and high w ater.
Frank Dunn is visiting relatives here
their dental work will please take notice
The funeral was held at 3 o’clock, De
that he and Mrs. Wise will leave shortly
for the south on a vacation trip of four broth« rs und their families, who have
The bereaved family have our deepest
recently arm ed here from Hood River,
or six weeks.
The loss of husband and
and fiis sisters, who are living here witli
A song service was held at the other friends, who ha«e also recently father is a loss too great for verbal ex
church lust Sunday evening. Another come to make them a visit, are having pression. The lonely hearth, the vacant
seng service will he held next Sunday about as jolly a time as a family can chair, w ill n-main a silent reminder ¡of
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Uncalled for Letters.
him who has passed on before.
eveniug at 7:30 at which all good have.
The following letters remain uncalhd
These line* were read at the funeral:
singer* and all good listeners are in
A watc) night meeting at the Mission Let me strew my flowers daily, in the for at the Cioverdale postoffice January
was well attended, and the three-hour
path of those 1 love.
Mrs Adie Sclimelrer
Ira C. Barber, of Dolph, formerly of program was extremely interesting from
Making bright the upper pathway
leading to our homes above;
Willuniinu, and a member of the state the beginning to the end, interspersed
Mr. K. L. Padden
legislature, is visiting at the J. H. Lam- with songs, several different kinds of
In calling for the same please say
ton home this week. Mr |l-»rl«,-r in instrumental music, recitations, as well
Keeping ever as my motto “ Do as 1 ‘ ‘ Advertise«!.”
Mabelle N. Foster. Pestmaster.
building a fence to correl the joint sen as readings bearing on the live topics of
would have them do.”
the day and closing the year with a .
Notice of Contest.
ever hastening tread,
Merle Meyers, who has been ul the half hour of solemn service, for thanks- > To improve each precious moment,
Department of the Interior,
ere 1 slumber with the «lead.
hospital for some time was removed to giving and new resolutions. The begin- j
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ning of the New Ye»r was celebrated When oui loved ainl lost are sleeping in United States Land Othce.
their narrow, silent tomb
Portland, Oregon, Dec. 21,1917.
F E. Meyers, of llel»o, Sunday. A bv rejoicing and good wishes, and as
May no vain regret be ours, making To Joseph Tondreau, of Cioverdale, Ore
spec nl.st from Portland was called to fine a spread of good things to eat as
deeper still the gloom.
gon, Contestee :
a -e him mid pronounced his trouble to one would ask to see. Someone then Then, lK-ar Lord, help us remember
You are hereby notified that I. la-on-
when at last the partings come
propose«! that each one do a little bit of
»«««1 Ferguson, who gives Gladstone. Ore
hr tumor on the brain and incurable.
Red Cross work and a good sized col- [ That the journey o’er the river, is the gon, as his postottice address, did on
onlv journey homy.
Married—At Vancouver December 28, lection was taken.
Nov. 22, 1917, file in tins office his duly
In his keeping there to linger near the | corroborate«! application to contest and
Mis» Helen M. Beals to Harvey 1*.
pearly city’s gate.
I secure the cancellation of your Loins-
Mrs. Bvron Randall has returned to)
Fhinger. The families of both of the
-A N D
There to listen for our coming loved ' stead entry No— , Serial No. 04502,
young pe««ple are well known i«si ’ cuts ber home
l acltic (. itv much improved
and lost will surely wait.
| made May 13, 191ft, for w
n «> ' 4 and j [
of Tillamook. Mrs. Kbinger is now 1 health.
What’s more gran-1 than thoughts of ■ n e ' 4 n w l4 Section 34, Township 5
I South, Range 10 West, Willamette Mer-
teaching tier th rd vear «.f school in
Mr an«l Mr*. Garrett War«» have re-
Every day we’re nearing home.
' idian, and a» grounds for his contest he
O oversale and Mr. Kbinger for the turned again to Pacific City after *(>einl- Here we’ re but a weary pilgrim, there alleges that said entrvmun has absn-
P-'»t year ha* res.divl in Kellogg, Idaho, > ¿nj. Hie holidays in Tillaino«'k.
in toil we’ ll cease to roam ;
done«l the sai«l land for a period of two
Jesus brighten’ » all our pathway and vears or more and that he lias made no
where he hu<! a poMlion as druggist, hut
Chester Worthington’s new house is
in aorruw isonr friend,
, improvements whatsoever nor culti
ha* m vntlv enlisted and i- n««w -Ra
i-et us give him ev-ry treasure ami g«i vated no part of sai«l land. That said
tioned at Vancouver where lie is in train
with him to d,-» end.
entryroan’s absence troin the lun 1 was
ing in the tried cal corps Th«« couple are
not due to his empniyiuent in military
\\ e have some dandy real estate buys.
very well known and popular tl-r-uigh- Ask for particulars about a «mall bot
services rendered in connection with
Card of Thanks.
out the count « and a n ng und happv tom lami ranch near Pacific City, Ten
We desire to thank kind friend? and i the ojierations in Mexico or along the
married life is the wish of their friend» acres neat Beaver at a bargain. Goo«l neighbors for their kindness and sym border thereof, «>r in mobilization cam|>s 1
elsewhere in military or naval organiza
tions of the United States or the
1 house and lot in Cioverdale, part c.-i«h pathy in our bereavement.
National Guard of any of the several «*♦•♦♦•♦•-> ♦ ♦ •♦ •♦ ••♦ •♦ •♦ « o*®
' anJ easy terms. Tavlor Roul Estate
k O u n c e (o Join Ike Canadian Serv ce
R. S. Waril and Familv.
You are, therefore, further notified
Lieutenant Sitnpaon wants all Cana
that the said allegations will be taken
dian and British subject* to know that
a# confessed, and your said entrv will be
canceled without lurther rigtit to be
tbev can atill enlist as volunteers, hut
heard, either Indore this office or <-n
Leland B. Erwin
that the time is not far di-tant when
appeal, if you fail to file in this office
this privilege will he withdrawn and
within twenty -lavs after the fourth
T illam ook , Ore.
publication of this notice, as shown be-
they will be conscripted. All British
An advertisement this
low, your answer, under oath, specific
an«l CanaJian subjects are «herefore
size in the Clownlale
Diploma from tho Chicago
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
ally respontfir.g to these allegation? of
urge-1 to call on or cn-nniunicatc wi.h
Courier at only 35c the
contest, together with due proof that
b in at bis offus corner Third and l Uk
lV»n't let the
you have serve«! h copy of your answer
streets. Port laud.
on the said ccntastant either in person
dix-r hing«-? «if your busi-
day of each week.
or by registered mail.
He pirtirnlar’.v wants Englishmen to
neu« place get rustv for
Y'ou shoulil state in y«>ur answer the
join English ri fluents. Scotchmen to
the want <«f a little ailver-
of the poet office to which you de
1 sons plea?«- engage a lesson peri««!
join bcolch regimwt*, Ir «hmea to join
1 1 sing.
sire future notices to l«e sent to you.
now Lease w«>r«l at the Cioverdale
Irish reg.incut*, Welshmen to join
N. Campbell. Regi-ter.
ll«*tel or write me at Tillam«»ok.
Date of first publication Dee. 27. 1917.
Welsh regimeuts, ami Canadian t>> join
Date of second publication Jan. 3, 1918.
Terms U 00 Por Lesson.
the Canadian Expeditionary Force, hut
Date of third publication Jan. 10. 1918.
A f f i f A W
A A w i w
volunteers lave t* e cl. i«-e , f ««ring W W W W W W W a w V a a f A W a a • a f A l v f
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Date of fourth publication Jac. 17, 1918,
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
more especia iiy than in
Our large stock is in every instance the best that can be had
and our aim will be to keep the high standard up.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware j
Stoves, Ranges, Farm and
And everything usually kept in u first-class hardware store, and
all goods are of the best quality.
Alex McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
I THE WHITE!
AI l Way Points
Safe and Comfortable 2
Leave Cioverdale daily at
7:30 a. m., arriving at Tilla
mook at 10 a. m.—in time for
morning train to Portland.
Leave Tillamook at 3 p. m ,
arriving at Cioverdale at 5 J
Ernest D. Edmunds
J M. TRAXLER, Trop. *
The Todd Hotel
Dining Room run on Family Style
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rales bj the Week.