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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1918)
KESTÜCCA VALLEY BANK
LIFE AND VICTORY
A pound of food saved by
you means a pound
H Ü IIfîlY A S
THIRD Ü. S.
Save your money—lend it
to your country. Buy
U. S. Liberty Loan
The Store of Complete Readiness
CHAS. RAY, P re sid e n t
WM. C H R IS T E N S E N , Vice P re sid e n t
BOARD OF DIRECTORS;
Chas. Ray, Wm. Christensen, Chas. McKilllpp,
Wm, A. High.
WHATEVER YOUR EASTER NEED
It is Here Ready for Your Choosing
For One Day Ouly-Satnrday
For One Day 0aly--Saturday
EASTER SALE OF
EASTER SALE OF
J. L GEORGE, Cashier.
LADIES’ KID GLOVES
MEN’S $1.00 SILK
Ties 59c each
Your Patronage is Solicited
For Actual S2.25 and 2.50 Values
Three for Oac Seventy-five
One Button-clasp Tan Cape Gloves with
P-X-M seams and black prints, white one but
all subscribers, but not the amount of ! ton clasp Kid Gloves with self or black points
CLO V ER D A LE COURIER of
the individual subscriptions, will be'
and stitching. All Sizes,
kept in each community. A window
Published Every T hursday
F rank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
Limit, two pairs to each customer.
Honor Flag, will be given each subscriber \
to the loan, ta be displayed at the home |
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov or place of business.
No Mail or Phone Orders
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office atClo-
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd. 1878. NOTICES OF CANDIDATES
S u b sc r ip t io n K atts
One Year, in advance........ ......... $1.00 To the Voters of Tillamook County :
Six Months........................................... 50
I beg to announoe that I will be a j
Three Months.......................: .............25 candidate for County Commissioner for
Single Copy.......................................... 05
the south end of the county on the Re
A d v e r t is in g R ates
publican ticket at the next primary
Displayed Advertisements, 60 cents per election.
Ole B. Redberg.
inch per month, single column. All
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents per
line for ench insertion.
Timber land notices
$10.00 I hereby announce my candidacy for j
5.00 the nomination on the Republican |
Political Announcement Cards
$10.00 Ticket for County Commissioner, to be \
voted on at the nominating convention
J ob D e pa r t m e n t
to be held in May, 1918.
It nominated and elected I promise to
My Job Department is complete in every
respect and I am able to do all kinds the best of my ability all efforts for the
Commercial Job Printing on short developement and advencement of Till-1
notice at reasonable »rices.
Believing myself perfectly competent
to administer the office I place my can
THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1918.
didacy before the voters for their suf
D. A. Bailey.
THE GREAT DOTY.
As we go about our daily tasks in
peace and safety men are dying every
minute on the battlefields of Europe to To the voters of Tillamook County:
I herewith announce myself as a 1
save civilization. Our own gallant
soldiers are shedding their blood in candidate on the Republican ticket at j
France and our sailors engulfed in the the nominating convention to be held i
waters of the Atlantic as thev go in in May for the office of County Com
defense of America's rights and honor. missioner. My motto: “ A square deal j
Upon our performance of the work all aronnd.’’
John Weiss, Fr., Meda
committed to us depend the lives of
thousands of men and women, the fate
of many nations, the preservation of To The Voters of Tillamook County
civilization and humanity itself; and
1 wish to announce that I will be a
the more efficient and prompt we peo candidate at the next primary election
ple of America are in doing our pail, for the office of County Commission
the more quickly this war will come er for the South part of the county on
to an end and the greater the number the Republican ticket. I believe in
of Our soldiers and sailors who will be good roads, and will use my best ef
saved from death and suffering and the forts in seeing that roads are con- j
greater number of people of other structed permanently and built eco
nations released from bondage and nomically, if elected.
saved from death.
A. A. Imlah.
To work, to save, to economize, to
give financial support to the government
To The Yoteri of Tillamook County.
is a duty of the nation and to the world
I hereby announce myielf as a
and It is especially a duty to our fight candidate for re-election to the office of
ing men who on land and sea are offer- Sheriff of Tillamook County, on the
tbeir lives for their country and their Republican Ticket, at the Primary
Election, May 17, 1918.
THE LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAO.
A new and distinctive feature will be
introduced in the Third Liberty Loan
campaign, and'every citv or town in the
country which subscribes more than its
quota of Liberty bonds will be awarded
by the Treasury Department an Honor
The flag will be 36 inches wide and 54
inches long. The body of the flag will
be white with a red border, and three
broad blue vertical stripes denoting the
Third Loan. The flags, which will be of
the same quality as the flags of the navy,
are already being manufactured and will
be awarded as fast as the right to flv
them is won. Enough swarded by the
Treasure Department, they will be dis
tributed by the Liberty loan committees
of the different districts.
There will also be a Nation»’ Honor
Flag for each State, to be flown at the
State capitol, with the name of each
town winning a flag incribed upon it.
There will be also preserved in the
United States Treasury a National
Honor Flag, with the record of each
State recorded on it.
Stars, to be placed on the flag of each
city or town doubling its quota, will be
also awarded, and an additional star for
each time the quota is doubled.
An Honor Roll, containing the names
1 t*k-- this method of announcing iny
candidacv for the nomination of County
Commissioner on the Republican ticket
at the primary election to he held May
17, 1918. I will work for the beet
interest of the taxpayer* and citizens of
Tillamook County especially in the
matter of roads, and will insist in a
definite road policy a* follows: Appro
riating as much of tbe road fund as
possible for the purpose of hard surfac
ing the main highways without neglect
ing tbe tributary roads and conforming
to the state regulations when the same
are to tbe interest of Tillamook County.
H. M. Farmer.
No mail or phono orders.
Easter Sale of
Ladies’ Suits at $19.83
Ladies’ Goats at 15.87
Ail extraordinary event offering new
styles only, including the famous
“ Palmer” garments.
are shown in Belted and Military !—shown in sizes for the miss of 16
styles io the most popular fabrics to the matron size 40 are produced
and colorings including the new in all the new weaves and color
ing One of the suits in illustrated.
JUST A WORD ABOUT FITTINGS
No matter bow hard you think you are to tit, you will secure complete
satisfaction here. Miss Boyle, the lady in charge of our Ready-to-wear De
partment on the Balcony, is an expert fitter of wide and vailed experience,
and with the additional selection of “ Stylish Stout.” garment« now being
featured we can guarantee perfect fittingi for the mips of 16 to the matron
requiring a size 49.
For One Day Only- Saturday
EASTER SALE OF
NEW MILLINERY AT
S3.49 AND S5.89
To the Voters of Tillam ook County.
Limit. 3 tics to each customer.
Friday and Saturday the last
Two Days of Our Great
W. L. Campbell.
To the Voters of Tillamook County
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the nomination for County
Commissioner on the Republican ticket
at the primaries to bo held May 17th,
1919. If nominated and elected I will
render the people of onr county and
nation faithful, conscientious and
patriotic service, and will favor road
building of a jermonent nature.
H. V, Alley.
Wide flowing End Tire in the richest color
ings and designs. Ties that are actually north
One Dollar each to be sold only on the day pro
ceeding E aster at this wonderful bargain price.
JUST RECEIVED THE
NEW SPRING MODELS IN
RED GROSS SHOES
An opportunity every woman should grasp
to buy her new Easter Bonnet at a wonderful
The Huts offered include pattern hats from
Eastern style centers, as well as hats mad*
under Mrs. Critchlow's supervision.
Only Hpring 1918 models are effersd and
every hat is a bargain.
Actual 14 50 $5.00. $5,50and $6.00
Hats for o n ly ................................... 4 / 0 « A t /
Actual $7..50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.50
and $10.00 Hats far o n ly .............. ^ 0 « 0 t /
Dozens of bats to sulect from and no two alike.
One mode! only is illustrated, brief descrip
tions of other models follow
Tbe Shoe illustrated come* in three style«, j
one in Grey Kid with light grey 9-inch tops,
one in chocolate calf with 9-inch tops to match
and the other in Black Kid with Battleship
Grey, 9-inch top«. Price per pair
Tbe Greatest Values in
110.85, $8.35, $7.85
America today for
Grey and Field Mouse Kid Shoes with 9-
inch lace tops to match. Louis Cuban heels, per
Chocolate Kid Shoes, with 9-inch lace topi
New styles every month—all sizes from 36 to
to match, Louis Cuban heel*. Per pair $8.85.
•50—actually worth $2 00 if bought in the ordinary
Ladies’ Black Kid Comfort Shoe«, stylish
models in low and medium heels. Price $4.*5
way—as always, just One Dollar.
to $6 85.
The Welworth Blouse $2. Mad* and told
New Oxfords, Black Kid. lace models with
under the same plan as the Worthmor—worth $3
Military heels. Price per pair $5 85.
to $3.50. Bold here only—as always $2 00.