Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, April 18, 1918, Image 1

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    GOOD ROADS,
GOOD HOMES,
BEST CHEESE
VOL.
CLOVERDALE COURIER.
CLOVERDALE,
X III.
HAPPENINGS
CURRENT WEEK
T IL L A M O O K
COLSTY,
OREGON,
A P R IL
18,
The Nestucca Valley First,
Last and all the
Time.
1918.
NO.
ill».
YANKEES DEFEAT HUN
Women Patrons of the Bank
Kaiser’ s Picked Shock Units Cut to
Pieces in Fierce Battle Capture
Prisoners and Kill Many.
A few years ago, there were practically no women who
were patrons o f the Bank. Now, however, women recognize
the service o f the Bank as one of the aids in handling household
and personal money affairs. The progressive woman deposits
allowances for home expenses and pays all accounts by check.
The result is that her money is always safeguarded against loss
by fire or burglary and her money iijoes farther because o f the
systematic way in which it is handled.
With the American Army in France
— Preceded by an intense bombardment I
Brief Resume Most Important o f high explosives and poison-gas j Big Vessel is Overdue for More
shells, picked troops from four German
Daily News Items.
Than One Month.
companies hurled themselves against
the American positions, on the right
à
bank o f the Meuse, north o f St. Mi-
Special Facilities f o r W om en Customers.
hiel, early Sunday morning, but were |
Every Banking Convenience and Facility.
completely repulsed after terrific hand-
to-hand fighting
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
The Americans captured some pris­ Craft Leaves West Indies Port March
Events o f Noted People, Governments
Tillamook, Oregon
oners.
The German losses already
and Pacific Northwest and Other
4 and Completely Disappears -
counted are 34 dead and 10 wounded,
who were in the American trenches,
Things Worth Knowing.
War Department Alarmed.
and 30 in No Man’s Land. Several of
Bell Pilone 53-J
the wounded enemy were taken back
PROFESSIONAL CARDS Office Ground Floor
National Hid.
by their comrades to the German posi­
P. O. Box 147
.
Unfilled orders of the United States tions.
Washington, D. C.—The big Ameri­
With Rollio Watson
Steel Corporation on March 30 were
A concentrated artillery fire on the can naval collier Cyclops, carrying 57 T.H. GOYNE.
9,056,404 tons, according to the cor­ American position in the St. Mihiel
poration’s monthly statement. This sector began Saturday morning. It passengers, 15 officers and 221 men in
is a decrease of 232,049 tons compared was resumed with increased vigor just hyr crew, has been overdue at an At­
with the orders on February 28.
Conveyancing, Etc.
I® ®
before midnight and continued inter­ lantic port since March 13. The Navy
mittently
until
nearly
daybreak.
A mutiny occurred among the Ger­
department announced Sunday that she Opp. Court House,
Tillamook, Ore.
The Germans then laid down a bar­
man troops at Beverloo camp, in Lin-
was
last
reported
at
a
West
Indies
burg, Prussia, before the time they rage and leaped over the parapets and
island March 4 and that extreme anx­
L. V. EBERHARD. Manager.
were to start for the fighting line in reached the
American
front-line
C. W. TALMAGE,
iety is entertained as to her safety.
FTance, according to the Amsterdam trenches closely behind the barrage.
Complete
Set of Abstracts of the Records
The vessel was bringing a cargo of
Telegraf. Three officers were shot
At this moment the American in­
of
Tillamook
Countv, Oregon.
manganese from Brazil.
and several others wounded.
A ttorney an d C oun sellor at Law
fantry burst from their shelters, at­
The Cyclops left the West Indies
TILLAMOOK.
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-
OREGON
The war industries board has issued tacking the enemy with grenades and with one o f her two engines damaged,
a revised priority list under which in­ bayonet.
but the department said this fact NATIONAL BLD., - TILLAMOOK, ORE. I A. C. EVERSON
dustries will get coal and railway
The struggle continued back and
transportation.
It precludes prefer­ forth for some time, but over most o f would not have prevented her from
TILLAMOOK. ORE.
ential treatment to any plant which the front involved the American troops communicating by radio, and all e f­
does not have a substantial percentage were completely victorious, as was forts to reach her by that means have
been unsuccessful. A thorough search
of products of exceptional importance.
evident from the heavy toll o f enemy of the course which she would have
COUNSELOR A T LAW
The Bolshevik government has ask­ dead and wounded.
IOC Oddfellows’ Building,
followed in coming to port has been
At another point a large enemy
ed Germany for permission to post­
Tillamook. Oregon.
See me for realty deals.
made, and continues, it was
an­
pone the demobilization of the Rus­ force surrounded 25 Americans in
Special
Equipment
for
Making
Income
nounced.
•
sian army in consequence of the Jap­ front o f their trenches.
The Ameri­
Returns and Reports.
There have been no reports o f Ger­
anese landing at Vladivostok, accord­ cans suddenly attacked and killed sev­
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
ing to reports in circulation in Petro- eral of the Germans and returned to man submarines or raiders in the local­
R. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
ity
in
which
the
collier
was,
the
de­
grad and forwarded by Reuter’s cor­ their trenches urinjured and bringing
Night and Day calls
E
.
J
.
MENDENHALL
partment’s statement said.
The J. N. PEARCY
respondent.
prisoners.
nromptly attended.
weather had not been stormy, and
The Butte, Mont., board of educa­
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
could hardly have given the collier
Sixth Street at Second Avenue K.ost
tion voted to retain German as part
Americans Bring Down Planes.
trouble.
of the high school course. The move
TILLAMOOK.
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OREGON
With the American Army in France
928 C h a m b e r o f C o m m e r c e ,
The fact that the collier had been
is purely selfish, the board explained, — Two German fighting planes were
missing nearly a month became known
being based on a belief that better
-
-
OREGON
competition can be offered German shot down Sunday morning inside the here April 11. The naval censor re­ PORTLAND,
merchants after the war if Americans American lines by Lieutenants A. S. quested the press not to publish the
Winslow, of Chicago, and Douglas fact, on the ground that the ship had
understand their language.
Campbell o f California.
Each man not been given up for lost, and that to
Tillamook Abstracting Co. ; ;
The sinking of British merchantmen downed one machine.
publish the fact that she was overdue
by mines or submarines last week
Both the enemy aviators were made might expose her to enemy attack,
T hob . C o a t k s , P kkn idkxt .
reached the next lowest level of any
OOMPI.HT* MKT o r ABSTRACT BOOKS
similar period since Germany began prisoner. One of them was slightly while she might be disabled on the high
her intensive submarine campaign wounded.
seas. The official announcement by
O P TILLAM OO K COU N TY. O H M IO S.
The machines, which formed part of the Navy Sunday does not give the
early in 1917. Four vessels of more
than 1600 tons, two of less than 1600 a patrol o f five aircraft, were brought ship up for lost, but merely says ‘ ‘the TILLAMOOK CITY.
OREGON.
tons and two fishing boats were sent down after a six-minute engagement.
Navy
department
feels
extremely
anx­
to the bottom.
One o f the enemy machines fell in ious as to her safety.”
The sedition bill, prohibiting under flames, but the other was only slightly
penalties of 20 years’ imprisonment damaged. It is believed that Lieuten­
FOR—
and $10,000 fine language or acts of ant Campbell is the first graduate o f a U. S. SENATOR STONE DEAD
disloyalty or obstruction of the army strictly American school to bring down
draft and liberty loans, passed the an enemy machine.
Missourian in Public Life Nearly Half
Write for Literature.
senate without a record vote. It now
The French general commanding the
Century, Passes Away
Capital.
goes to conference between the house zone in which the machines were shot
TILLAMOOK.
OREGON
and senate and final enactment is ex­
Washington, D. C.— Senator Wil­
down congratulated the Americans on
pected soon.
liam J. Stone, of Missouri, chairman
their “ beautiful exploit.”
The house of commons passed the
Both lieutenants were awarded the of the senate foreign relations com­
second reading of the English govern­ war cross.
mittee and for many years prominent
ment's manpower bill. The vote was
- a n d -
among Democratic leaders, died here
323 to 100. Most of the morning
Sunday after a stroke o f paralysis suf- !
newspapers agree with the principles THIRTY-THREE DEAD IN FIRE
fered last Wednesday.
of Premier Lloyd George's manpower
Tillam ook, Ore.
Senator Wiliam J. Stone was in pub- i
appeal. There is no quarrel with it,
Safe and Comfortable
but several papers declare there is Three Buildings o f Oklahoma Insane lie life 45 years and during that period ;
L.
S.
HUSHBECK,
Proprietor.
probably
engaged
in
as
many
political
■
need for caution.
Hospital Burned Many Rescued.
contests as any man o f his time, rang­
Leave Clovenlnle daily at
The first of the American fighting
Norman, Okla.—Thirty-three bodies, ing all the way from controversies
7:30 a. m , arriving nt Tilla­
troops have arrived on the British
mook at 10 a. m — in time for
front and nave been greeted with in­ burned and charred beyond recognition, over county offices to the broadest na­ Dining Room run on Family Htyle
tense enthusiasm. The overseas pio- j had been taken Saturday night from tional issues. At the entry o f the
morning
train to Portland.
Meals 35c.
neers wore a battalion of infantry the ruined building that housed ward United States into the war Senator
I**ave
Tillamook
at 3 p. m ,
which c ime swinging along the road No. 14 o f the State hospital for the Stone performed the trying feat o f an­
arriving
at
Cloverdale
at 5
into a certain sector after an all-night insane here, ravaged by fire.
tagonizing his own party administra­
p. m.
march that began on the anniversary 1 Three buildings, all frame struc- tion, later aligning in a generally sat-
of America's declaration of war.
J M. TRAXLER, Prop.
j tures, were destroyed and a fourth was j isfactory manner,
It was in connection with the bill
Stabilizing of prices of domestic ne­ badly damaged. The list o f missing
cessities. including cotton goods, wool­ j stood at 37.
j proposing the arming o f American
en. manufactured clothing, shoes and
According to the best information merchant ships that he took sharp is-
hats, were discussed Friday by Presi­ i obtainable, the fire started from de- sue with President Wilson.
He stood
dent Wilson and his war cabinet. It fective wiring in a linen closet in ward with the dozen senators whose opposi-
is understood that the president's 14. Thirty-five helpless negroes were tion caused the failure o f that measure
LIST YOUR FARM WITH
counsellors believe that drastic action
will have to be taken soon or the aver­ carried quickly from the adjoining at the close of the 4th congress and
age citizen will find many of the ward, No. 15, but the blaze in ward 14 brought down the denunciation o f the
had gained great headway and it was President upon "the wilful twelve.”
things he needs out of reach.
there most o f the deaths occurred.
While Senator Stone made no apolo­
Because of alleged pro-German ut­
Eighty negro patients were rescued gies for his course on that occasion, he
terances, William Prisse, 51 years old,
a registered German, was thrown head from ward No. 10, most o f them hav­ always contended it was in strict line
with his duty as a senator, because in
first into a dough bin at a Salt Lake ing to be carried out.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT.
A two-story structure containing , accord with his convictions,
City bakery by two Americans, ac­
His opposition to the declaration o f
cording to a story told the police by wards 13 and 16 next started to blaze.
Prisse. The German added that while These two wards contained 88 violent war upon Germany was also pro-
he was nearly smothered in dough the patients, most o f them negroes. Some nounced, and he declined to take
men fired several shots at his feet, j Qf the patients in this ward fought charge o f the war resolution, as would
but failed to strike them.
have been expected o f the chairman o f i
their rescuers.
Thousands of cases of failure to file
The fire here was extinguished be- the committee on foreign relations. !
If you are in the market for a good Dairy Ranch we can
income tax returns have been uncov- fore the structure was totally de- j He did not seek, however, to place ob­
show
you somethin# that will interest you. We have some
ered by internal revenue agents and gtroyed.
stacles in the way o f a consideration |
steps are being taken to compel filing
Only a few o f those in ward 14 es- o f the measure and transferred the
excellent bargains.
Money is made dairying in Tillamook
of delinquent reports and payment of caped and the victims were burned be- leadership to Senator Hitchcock, next
County. Why not get a chunk of this money.
the proper penalties. Officials also yond indmtification.
ranking Democratic member o f the
have discovered that some companies
Most of the 33 bodies recovered ^ committee. He believed that Ameri-
and individuals reported Incomes or
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Cloverdale, Oregon
be forced to make supplemental re­ many had been rendered helpless by ; possible, but when the die was cast
smoke and fumes.
| for war he changed overnight.
ports.
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