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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1918)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
of in t e r e s t
W. A. Wise, Dentist.
Highest cash price pail for calve».—
Arch Myer left for Portland this
A NICE LINE OF
W h y Pay More
H. A. Miles and wife, of Wood*, were
in town today.
For 8ale— Horge, hack and harness.
Inquire at Courier cilice.
Be prepared to buy Liberty Loan
Bord* Saturday, April 0.
Dr. George is moving his farm resid
ence nearer to the road and will remodel
Dr. Lererre is sufficiently recovered ;
from Lis recent operation to Le out
For the Little Folks
James and Eluier Bailey were home
from the Fort for a visit with home j
folks over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertion, otTillnmook.
are tompororily located on the Beals
ranch across the river.
P. B VanCiel, of Portland, accom
panied Sheriff Campbell to Cloverdale
from Tillamook this afternoon.
Meet the Held workers «elling Third
Liberty Loan Bonds with a glad hand
and show your patriotism by buying
as large a bond as possible.
Old Style Buhl
1 Can, Special . . U * O U
WM. A. HIGH,
Druggist and Stationer
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Letter from Arba Stiverson.
Mv Dear Aunt and Vncle:
I ju=t sent you a telegram so I thought
Mr. Beals spent Wednesday and
I would explain more about it. You
The people of this end of the county Thursday at the mill at Pacific City.
see when we heard we were to leave
responded liberally to the call for help He says the new machinery will soon be!
San Francisco our accounts were made
for the Belgians. A large shipment of all o.i hand.
up and sealed. We missed the last pay
clothing was sent from here Saturday.
Mr. Cornett and Jesse Dunn returned | Jay there and probably won't be paid
The business houses of Tillamook w ill from Tillamook where they have been f0r a couple of months. Our bandma-t-
close Saturday, April 0, the first day of attending court, as witnesses in the t.r tried hard to get our pay for us, but
^ nothing doing until we reach our desti-
Third Liberty Loan Bond sale. It is Fleck-Blazer case.
urged that the stores in this end ol the
Mrs. Grace Learned made a short visit1 nation which will he a -'ng, long way
couty close on that day.
home since her marriage. She is at off. I have some money now but I
may want some little things, vou know :
New ranches are being listed with us present taking a nurses course at the
is II— to be-Lusted. If I leave be-:
every week. If you want something at
fore it comes it will be sent back to you, !
the right price and on suitable terms
It isn't generally known that aeroplane heres hoping I don’ t, ha I ha!
see our list of Xeatucca Valley ranches. manufacture has commenced at Pacific
Well George left last Thursday ‘ ‘you
Tavlor Real Estate Agency, Cloverdale. City. Last Sunday, Barney Randall
know” . 1 don't know whether these
The telephone switchboard has been completed one, in one dav. Should he | are censored or not hut I am going to j
moved to an upstair room in the Kratier make Cloverdale a visit, don't take him : say ««me thing* just the same and I
block. The booth will he installed in for a German. Barney is all for the i hope it all passes. There were sixteen
the hotel. This is an improvement [as Union and democracy.
ships in their bunch heavily convoyed.
it gives more privacy to the operator
D. T. and Arthur Edmunbs made a The Yaterland has made three trips
across already, and many others her
trip thru the Beaver country Monday.
size are in the service. Everything is
Tho Third Lilterty Loan drive com
It is reported that there is trouble over
mences Saturday, April tl. This may he some boundry lines at Pacific City. We busy here, people are feeling the war
This is tha largest and fincit car that ever carried the
the last opportunity you will have to hope a peaceable adjustment can be much more than out west and prices are
SIX name plate— a car that is without real compe
high. Tile sociability of the people here .
buy liberty bonds and you should do made.
tition in its Price class.
is the same as in 8. F. only one is not 1
yonr bit to put Tillamook County over
There was quite a large and interested here long enough to get acquainted. I
the top in this drive.
audience at the meeting in the camp was presented with a ticket to the j
The individual beauty of its lines, its unusual size and
A letter from the Portland Presby store, Sunday night. There was some
Metropolitan opera house and w h o!
its extraordinary mechanical refinement, will make this new
tery savs that Rev. Thomas Anderson, good singing and a talk on the present
should de next to me but Mr. and Mrs.
who preached here last Sunday, will be conditions that made the time pass
model one of the most talked of cars of the coming season.
Gould, some select company, wasn't it? ;
here next Sunday evening. The service pleasantly.
They talked and I had lots of fun with (
will begin at 7 :30. Don’ t miss an op
them. I am going with a friend sailor
Its poweiful. flexible and remarkably smooth-running
portunity to he;.i something good.
School, Sundav morning and it you do of mine to the Hipprodome tonight and
engine is of the overhead valve type with balanced crank
With the great number of candidates we feel sure you w ill continue coming.
another fellow is taking both of us, but
shaft, ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
lor County Commissioner for the south
Dr. Montgomery will preach an Easter it won’ t last long. I sure will be giad
end of Tillamook County It should not
sermon at the camp store at Pacific Citv, to leave this place, it is the worst I
be hard to make a choice. On*» thing
Sunday evening in connection with ever struck. In the navy yard it is so
certain those who are elected to remain
special s ,iigs ami perhaps a •mall tilled that vou can't begin to find a
at home will K> in the majority.
place to sit down or a place to sling
hammock. It is a regular mad !
A meeting of ti e director« of the
house The first night here s c moved j
Xeatucca Valiev Bank w.m held hist Fii-
several times, vou can imagine what j
Four Jersey heifers ♦'»«» each.
i '" ' A’ m Christiansen elected vice
rest we had. So they said the best '
One Durham Cow, f'>'.
president. The otlicer* ol the bank are
they could do was to send us ashore to
president, Chas. Rav; vice president,
room at our >wn expense. So we took
One Pole Cow, Ido.
Wm ChrialMMon; direct >rt, Chaa. R t.
them up. Wt get very g' od rooms for
Ira l Barber,
Win. Christiansen. Wm. \. High and
bits a night, anything would boat
Chas McKillipp. J. L. George, cashier.
moving. \\ t- have to stand in line for
The R«d Cross auxilliarv made an
hours waiting for chow ‘ ‘our eatt ", and
extra large shipment of finish, ,J ,;ar
Rules Only for the Weak.
then stand up to eat it. on top of it all.
nients. bandages etc. tl is month.
It Is one of the wenkne .'•os of man- We are herded around like so many
Every m uting is will attended an 1 kind that it Is forever establishing cattle. You can never know what
spUndi 1 results accomplished. All rules, programs, formulae. They serve we must endure unless you go there •
ladies are cordially invited. IKin’ t wait their purposes for the guidance o f or vou reel!. The Y. M. C. A. is doing
for a personal invitation. This is air dinary minds. But the pioneers of much for the benefit of our comfort, and ,
thought ride rough-shod through the
G o u n ly D airy In sp e c to r
rulers. They gain the ends they desire we certainly appreciate the fact that
The few w ho attended church service by refusing to be directed by what home folks are behind it all, but the
here last Sunday evening was treat-d to someone else has thought before them, boys are worthy of it. My, I have a
Telephone Main 3—and Mutual
one of ike tv st, W not the lest, sem en by what teachers have Insisted upon teinble cold, one like we used to have
in Ohio, the sudden change I suppose, i
evet delivered in Cloverdale. Lev. as binding.- Exchange.
My arms and neck are beginning to
Tims. Afcderson, of Portland, one of the
big preachers of the -tate. delivered the
Beat Kind of Play Is Work.
> ' cl ,,ff from the snnburn i.i the Tana- is faced over there, of course, we wont
Notice ior Publication.
sermon and it was a pity the church was
On s of the best kinds o f piny Is ,u9- I dropped yon a letter and postal be in no danger. We will be at Aber
LPCB ushie B;
not filled. We sometimes wonder why work. Many of tho etcicn ts of play i from there. L pe you got them all O. K. deen. Scotland. My address is U. 8.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
it is that when the Cloverdale people enter Into work If It Is performed In When we landed here we all had silver
Naval Base Xo. 17 foreign service, c | o
C. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland, Ore
have an opportunity to hear talent and the right spirit. The most satisfying dollars and s we passed them out the
postmaster, Now York. W ith love and
gon. March 5, 1918.
ability they don't turn out.
e«t U excited ; competition with desire ring, some thought thev were counter- best wishes bo all.
NOTICE is herebv given that Claude
to succeed and accomplish some defl- j
M. Lane, ol Hebo, Tillamook Con.itv,
Liksrty Laaa Commits* Vestings.
i f**t. I asked the reason and the ana- '
Arba. Oregon, who, on March 20, 1915, made
Two committee meetings of the Third nlte end. makes the gitine worth play wer was that they hadn’t seen a silver
Homestead Knlrv Xo. O440S for e }* s e
ing, Work Is fatiguing anti distaste
Liberty Loan will l«e held Saturdav, one
’ a Section 24. Township I South, Range
ful when It Is lucking In these ele | dollar for three years. Can yon imagine i
at Cloverdale and the . thrr at Bt aver. ments^
10 West, Willamette Meridian, has filed
j that. A conductor refused to take one i
The Cloverdale Cheese Co. will re notice of intention to make three-year
The Beaver meeting will k< attended
from our bunch, it sounds fishy but I
sealed bid« for 300 ricks good fir proof, to establish claim to the land
hv the mero!>er living at Beaver, Blain*.
am not stretching it at all. Everything
wood to be delivered in factorv. Bart above described, before the clerk of the
T a k e P a in s .
lie bo, Hemlock. Smdiake and the ter
i here is paper and it is all stretched out
t'ountv Court for Tillamook County,
t > be delivered by May 15, the rest to Oregon, at Tillamook. Oregon, on the
Genius has been defined a* an Infi
ritory south of Pleasant Valiev white the
Cloverdale meeting will l • attended hv nite cupncItT for taking pnlns ¡m l ta’, | as possible. This i« a cruel world at he agreed upon at time of opening bids, 10th dav of April, 191b.
ont. which 1« a sert of '•■conti cattato
"Mturdav, April 6tb.
Claimant names as witnesses:
the members residing in Cloverdale,
of gtnins has the same cl ra eteri sties best.
J. Lewallen. Joe FVice, A. 8. Lane,
J. R. Lowrance, Secretary.
Merta, Oretown, Neekowin, Pacific City observes an educator. One who will
By the ti.ne t < hi read this. I will be
Fred Lewallen, all of Heho, Oregon.
Proof made under Act of June il, 1906.
take iMilns enough will meet with n *>ne. leaving on Friday the Sind, on an
and Act June 0, 1912.
Ten o'clock is the hour set for each men-ure t*f n rrsM , And no one who Atnarican L ior f.»r Liverpool, England.
meeting and the*e t»- will l< the la-t belittle* the need o f pot lent, ph hllng If you don't hear from me for a month j >t Bids am asked l-w cutting 1.000 rich
16-inch wood. Will furnish power
mooting» held twfore the big dri>e is work ts likely to succeed, no matter .<r so p!ea*c don't worry. 1 tell you it « iw outfit and tools. BiJs opened April
what his endow ment».
Have \onr buildings insured. C-ee
takes a n ' . u g *1 man to face what
H. B. Lockwood, Cloverdals. Taylor at doverti*!«.
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