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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1918)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL it e m s
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
W. A. Wise, Dentist.
Do your Saturday (hopping tomorrow.
Highest cash pries [«aid for calves,—
patronize the Red Cross lor your eats
Claud Hall moved into the Kd Mallory
house this week.
Frank W ilshart, of Pacific City, »as
in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Dee Moon returned home Sun
day from a lew days visit with Tillamook
Buy Third Liberty Loan .ponds. It
will be good for yourself and help your
Mrs. Mary Lnndingliam and children
came in from Newberg, Tuesday
evening, for n short visit.
Mr. Trombley father of C. E. Trombley
of Tillamook, is a patient at the hos
pital. He ia being i rented fora cancer
on the lip.
Druggist and Stationer
Mr. Coughran and Elmer Hunter ex-
changed residence« this week. Mr.
Coughran will wuik on the Bailey ranch
Orlcy Hellow has bought the Hebo LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR brntiun of the Lords Supper, with an
appropriate sermon. Some new faces
tyirage of Henry White, and has taken
are expected, and more than one speak
po.<e -ion. lienry intends to go into
er. All are cordially invited.
cattle buying for a change.
Mr. and Mrs. Weidner returned from
their visit to the vallev Saturday eve
We understand that Saturday will he
a holiday in Tillamook and all stores
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Randall, are
aro to be closed. The stores in this end
spending a few days in Tillamook.
of the county will close Saturday.
Letter From E. L. McCabe.
Harold Bailey was in town the first
Camp M erritt, N. J., March 18, 1918.
of the week with his hand in a sling
Dear F riend:
having broken some of his fingers w hile
Your letter received to-day at the
working with a gasoline engine in a
above named place. We arrived here
last night after being on the road nearly
Commissioner Owens and Henry
three weeks. We had some trip.
Weiss came in from Portland the first
We took a transport at San Francisco,
of the week with a double drive Du
transport being the Northern Pacific.
plex gravel truck which will he used by
the train at Fort Stevens, had a
the county for rord work this summer.
fine trip to San Francisco. The weather
New ranches are being listed with us
was good all the way. Going through
every week. If you want something at
Oregon wo had quite a turnout at all the
the right price and on suitable terms
stations at all the town« we w ent through
see our list of Nestucca Valley ranches.
at night. Arrived in Portland at one
Taylor Real Estate Agency, Cloverdale.
A. M. There was a large crowd there
see us off. Saw my father when I
Tb» high school gave a farewell sur
went through. Portland was reallv the
This is the largest arid finest car that ever carried the
prise party for Miss Ethel Mewbirter at
only place we were allowed to get off.
the home of Prof. Bidgood last evening.
SIX name plate—a car that is without real compe
At Roseburg we got off for exercise,
A very pleasant time was enjoyed In
tition in its Price class.
did double time around the block, then
al). Refreshments of ice cream and
back to the train in formation. The
cake were served. Miss Ethel will be
The individual beauty of its lines, its unusual size and
stop for a hike was in Ashland.
missed by her many friends hero.
Following is a list of registrars in the next
its extraordinary mechanical refinement, will make this p* w
The Liberty Temple, at Tillamook w as various South end precincts who will in bloom. We made an eight hour stop
model one of the most talked of cars of the coming season.
dedicated Sunday. V very good pro register voters:
at a town called Tracv. This stop, 1
gram was rendered. One of its most J. I,. George, Clovenlale.
tliiiiIt was to kill time, as they were not
pleasing features was the raising of the P. I). Ott, llebo.
Its powerful, flexible and remarkably smooth-running
for us at Frisco. Tracv is a town
allied (lugs. American, English, French \V. J. Gilbert, Beaver.
is of the overhead valve type with balanced crank
Belgian and Italian, each flag being J. S. Wiliuot, Blaine.
oiling and many other advanced features.
raiseit by a man of the nationality it A. C. Deuel, Woods.
S. II. Rock, Oretown.
forgot to mention that they gave us a
II, Christensen, Neskowin.
Ben Kappender was in t'loverdale to W.
Tracy. I diu not go as I had
1 looks will close for registration of to go on at guard,
day from Tillamook. Mr. kuppemler voters
it was so crowded
for coming prim ary election or they could hardly but dance
W. K b P P E N B C N D C R
has been making frequent visits to this April Ifith.
so 1 guess I did
end of the County and recentlv deliverer!
not miss much.
t.i Will l’enter, of Oretow n, a Count Six
T illam o o k ,
On arriving at San Francisco we hiked
automobile. The O rant Six isj gaining Four Jersey heifers $50 each,
straight to the dock and went aboard
more and more favor cuery day. I hose One Durham Cow, $05,
tlie boat. W e ¡ived on board boat tied
who own a Grant 'ox say its "the car" of One Holstein Cow, $'«5,
up to the dock for two davs and could
One Pole Cow, $>V>.
not get off any of this time to take in
TheClnverdale Red Cross society are L. L. Bhortridge ranch. Ira C. Dolph,
Hail a tine trip down the coast to the
very proud of the work turner! out since
a canal. The ocean was very
lie organization and thought it would
smooth all tae wav hut it was very trop
interest people to know just what they
dav passed pleasantlv with us. ical. The trip through the canal was
are doing to we publish below a list of A Easter
the evening, but surelv the nwit interesting of the whole trip.
tb» articles that have been shipped to not enough to in drench
the seven Sundays
Tlllaiuook JO pairs pajama«.30operating coming. "If it rains on Easter day, Made a short stop at Colon but as usual
was not allowed any shore leave. Thie
leggins, 54 UM sox, 54 aim slings, 10 Seven Sundays for it pay."
ulMlomina! bandages, 30 dish towels, ‘JO Rev. Gilman, from Bandow, Oregon, not being able to go ashore at the differ
napkins, 'JO substitute handkerchiefs, is visiting bis sou here, and was auu>ng ent stops was dissapointing, but of
C o u n ty D airy I n s p e c to r
Fasterattendents at Chapel, Sunday course the officials did not want to ad-
10 tray covers, J ambulance pillows ami tlie
veitise the fact that a transport was go
7 p.irs of knitted s>-x.
The measles in this vicinity, are «till ing through with a load of soldiers.
The Red Cross auxiliary u( Clovenlale giving «orne trouble, two of Mr. lies-
leaving Colon and getting out Telephone Main 3—and Mutual
will serve byt coffee, sandwiches and tettler's children being the latest vic in Alter
the Atlantic oceau it became consid
oak s a»t the Mercantile Co s «tore to tim«.
and a good many were
rn, rr vw, Friday from the noon hour Mrs. Ward is spenbiug a tew days In seasick. rougher
not sick any of the time. are coming and going all the time. 1917. at 8 per cent per annum ; f> r $50
uuiil after the moving picture »bow in Tillamook.
ev fees and for the costs and dis
at Norfolk, Va. That is practically all the camp is, a attom
tire evening. One cup of coffee with Cll*f M utism visited our little burg Staved about half was
ents of this action, and an order
a day at this port.
sale of the property attached herein,
sitgat uml cream, a sandwich and a Sunday.
that I know of, at least have not seen ! j of
to w it; Lots 5 and 6 in Block 11 in St ill •
cookie or small cake will be served for Roy Manes. and family, have moved not see anything of the town as we hiked any parade grounds.
well-* addition to Tillamook City. Ore
35 cents The proceeds will go to the
nndjone sand and gravel dredge
yet, who will take lus place in the
Red Crusa s > help «be pood caun by ! i as
with all its equipment with a 15-horse
power heavy dutv Morse engine w ith all
buyiug your Saturday lunch at the
Mac. ] its
D. D. Miller, Sec'v of the L. L. L. L. w as coons.
equipm ent; one Schmidt concrete
.it Pacific City, has decided to give up Our next stop was at Hoboken X. J. Ia tk* Circuit Court of the 8tateof Oregon, •paver; one Little Wonder m ixer; one
scow in dimensions JO feet bv 40 feet; fi
laist Sunday m run g the docks J logging, and go to budding ships. He From there we took the train to here.
wagons; 3 Fresno scrapers; one
with his family, have moved to Tilla We will prohablv be here for four or Chas. Ray, lor Plaintiff
the country were «et ahead one hour mook.
gas engine and nnm p, about 3000 feet
_ _ . . . vt-
Summons. of l * l* inch pipe: about J000 feet of 2
and now Tillamook county to out do all Lauren Randall, ha« joined the mar- five ilays. We are only about fourteen _ F. C.
Feldschau, Defendant. )
inch pipe and one Overland track. This
the rest will «el the calendar ahead oao | ines, and Miss -haw the genial boarding miles from New York ! expect to be To F.
C. Feldschau, tlie defendant— summons is served upon you by publi
«lay. To morrow will tie Saturday and house keeper at the mill, will also go to at !e to take in New York one of the*« In the name
of the State of Oregon, vou cation thereof, for six week» in the
Portland, »lie will las gre-itlv missed by night* a« they tie giv ing so manv passes are hereby required
you are urged to do alt >• ur Saturday her
to ap'.ietsf and an- Cloverdale Courier, bv order of Hon.
each night. I also saw the Ptatue of **er tlie complaint filed ¡-.gainst you in Geo. R. Bugley. Judge of said court,
shopping tomorrow That is, so far as
tie aNwe entitled action within -ox made at Chambers in Tillamook City,
Edmunds, has joined the boy» liberty.
bum nee« is concerned all that usually in Erne«t
*eeks from the date of *,h#- first publica I Oregon. March iNth. 1918. and the first
orcurs on Saturday will take place t<*- Our very lawt wishes go with him, arid Arb* was on the same boat with us. tion
of this summons, and if vou fail to publication thereof is made on the 4th
He is g.ung to A U k I otw , Scotland. answer
tnorrow. \t Clovenlale the (tores will we hot^e for his safe return.
or apper, for want thereof tlie dav of April. 1918.
keep open tomorrow evening and the Don't forget that next fttndae. is I List a gixwl deal of flesh on the trip plaintiff will take judgment against vou Dated at Tillam ook. Oregon, this 1st
for th# sum of One Hundred a nd Thirtv- day of Aprii. 1918.
moving picture show will give its usual Mission dav here. There will be regular but am feeling tine.
and 05-100 Dollars, t.vgether with
C. W. Talmagr,
luoruiug service and at night the cele - Camp Meritt is t me camp. Soldiers ^the interest
weekly cahibition touivrrow evening
theim>a from Janu ary 5tb.
Attorney for the Plamt.fi.
Prepare for the
This store will be closed Saturday,
• April (>, from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
WM. A. HIGH,
Why Pay More
Old Style Buhl S
Can, Special . . O w O v ®
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
G R A N J S IX
Dr. L. L». G la y sie r
V E T E RI M A R I A N