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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1918)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
AND OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
We Want Your
THE BALANCE OF POWER
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W. A. HIGH
Byron Randall, who has been in Tilla
mook and Portland for tbe past week,
returned home, by auto, Saturday night.
He came by tbe new road over tbe
mountains (ie, the one under the old
one.) He and others brought some new
Alvin Babcock, who has been spend-,
ing the week in Tillamook, also returned \
Lome Saturday night.
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
The Doc Yak car has been sold again, j
this time Mr. Babcock is the happy
OVER THE TOP
W. A. Wise, Dentist.
Mr. Ward’s little boy bad his hand
quite badly cut the other day. The oider
brother was splitting wood and the little
fellow put his hand under the axe. The
cut is not as serious as it was first
thought to be, and he is on the road to j
rapid recove ry.
THE HONOR FLAG.
Highest cash pries paid for calves,—
Cloverdale Evidently First Towa to be
) will pay 20c per pound tor calf hides.
Cloverdale has on display its honor
Albert Craven and family, of Dallas,
tlag. It is displayed in the Cloverdale
are Cloverdale this week.
Mercantile Store where it will remain
The Cloverdale Mercantile Co. will
until some time in 'lay when a flag
pay 34c per dozen for eggs.
raising day will be proclaimed and a
iiirch Alderman, of Tillamook, is a celebration pulled off that will make
business visitor in town today.
everyone feel glad, doubly glad, that
Arch Myer, who is now located at Cloverdale won the honor of being the
first over, which according to all reports
Clatskanie, was home over Sunday.
see in to l>e the case.
Mrs. Howard Shearer and daughter,
The flag is a large white flag with a
Joan, of Portland are visiting at the J . red border and three blue stripes run
1C. Shearer home.
ning through the center.
For each time going over the top we
Mrs. Belle Murphy left Sunday for
Seattle 'where she will visit with a sis are to receive a blue star and at the
time of raising the ttlag we will have at
ter for a few weeks.
least seven stars. Five stars have
Miss Slappi, of Tillamook, has Iwen already reached this plaice and will be
engaged to complete the term of school attached to the flag today.
as teacher in the primary department.
Mr. Lulley, tbe U. S. spruce inspector !
is in Pacific City, at this wrighting, in-j
specting lumber at the mill.
The first barge load of lumber was
loaded at the mill Tuesday.
The dance, at Pacific City, Saturday
night, w as reported to have been well
Bert Cornett and wife, have been
away to Tillamook for a few days, where
bis brother, who had recently undergone
a serious operation, died from the
The meeting at the camp store Sun
day night, was well attended. There
were some patriotic pieces followed bv
a sermon by Dr. Montgomery.
Mr. Thun will preach in the Chapel,
following S. S. Sunday A. M. and there
will also be a meeting at the camp store,
Sunday evening. All are cordially in
This is the largest and finest car that ever carried the
GRANT SIX name plate— a car that is without real compe
tition in its Price class.
The individual beauty of its lines, its unusual size and
its extraordinary mechanical refinement, will make this new
model one of the most talked of cars of the coming season.
A Piece of Good Fortune.
In these days of high prices it is re-
freshing to find one article of nation-wide
Woman Suffrage in Italy.
James Whitman, of Dundee, tormely
demand that costs no more now than it
Its powerful, flexible and remarkably smooth-running
of Cloverdale, anil well known in ties
did before the war.
is of the overhead valve tvpe with balanced crank
enit of the county, is in Cloverdale to
The Youth’s Companion subscription
shaft. ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
price, |2.00, w ill not be increased nor
ileges to women, have gone twain.
Nows reached Cloverdale recently Minister Sacchl has recently Intro will the contents of the paper be dirtiiu- I
that Mrs. Ed Worthington, now resid duced a bill to abolish marital author ished. The 52 issues of 1918 will be i
ing at Harrisburg, Oregon, had Buffered ity—and the parliamentary commis packed full of the best stories by the [
most popular writers. The Editorial
a stroke of paralysis.
sion has completed it, and added an Page, the Boys’ Page, Girls’ Page,
If you want to make govtd catches buy article, “Intended to recognize worn Family Page and all the department*
your fishing tackle at V. F. Learuod's. mi’s right to exercise all liherul pro will continue to bring a vast amount of
Ecw issortment of flies. We carry the fessions and he eligible for all posts of cheer, good entertainment and inform- i
best grade of tackle.
public employment except Judicial ation for every reader in the family i
One day last week V \. Npanlding functions, political rights, and tbe mil circle.
landed a steelhead weighing si\ pound* itary defense of tbe state." The com
By special arrangement new subacrib-
with a four ounce rod and since then mission will demand, among other ers for The Companion can also have
most every citizen has tried to Uwit the things, that qualified woman lawyers McCall’s Magazine—the fashion author
record. Fish arc beginning to take be nllowed to practice.
ity—lor 12 months, both publications
This movement has already received for only $2.25.
flies and some good catches haw been
the support of a large number of dep
Beginning with the issue of April, |
uties, says a correspondent, who will
Rev. Chas. Haves, «1 Portland, will present a resolution that if the govern 1918, McCall’s Magazine is doubled In
volume, its page being now the same
pleat h in the Presbyterian chun-.li Sun ment pusses the martial authority ah- size as The Youth’s Companion’s, For 1
day evening. He will bring with him olltlou bill it may include the amend tbe present there is no advance in price,
his stereopticon machine and also* pic ments put forward by the commission. and the offer of the enlarged McCall’s
C o u n t y Dairy I n s p e c t o r
tures of semes in France. Donut fail
j and The Youth’s Companion for $2.25 1
to turn out and hear this didst rated
Great Mangrove Swamps.
| is an u op* railed bargain.
Mlmloro, one of the larger islands
Send nil order# to- Tbe Youth's
Telephone Main 3—and Mutual
At the hist mi tir g of the ('V im t A a 1 *» of the Philippine group, is a province Companion, St. Paul Street, Boston,'
by itself and contains 3.983 square M ass.
Grange n committee on ic«olntioiis was miles. It Is distant from Manila a lit-
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appended and the (ollo-ainv resolution ( tic more than 100 miles
Resolution ot Condolence.
In' the Circuit Coart of the State ol Orecoa. 1 7
presented by them waa adopted
Ke- | shores of thw „laud are mot . than U
It ha# pleased the Supreme
lor Tillamook County.
attorney fees and f .r thq cost- and dis-
eolvett, that this grunge hero assembled VXHl ncr.s of nmngrove swamps, with . . .
bursements of this action, and an order
to re,uove <ron\ -mon# 1,8 our , Chas Kay, Plsint.fi.
of sale of the property attache.! herein,
ref- se to accept a“ memliera any appli ' large trees In practically virgin growth. |
J fraternal brother. Roy S. Stons.
_ ~ _ , , , vs- _ , ,
S Summons to wit. Lots 5 and 6 in Block 11 in Still
cant not loyal to the American flag, that I conservatively estimated to yield 50,- | fraternal brother. Roy S. Stone.
well's addition to Tillamook City, Ore-
when an unlnyul member i* found steps
* ,a,r‘'' i’r " el,
' ■ imn.ediat' taken to rid the grange
cutch. J u » t why tlds growth should ' bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy, are herebv required t o appear and an- " with
' all its equipment with a 15-horse
Morse engine with all
of such uiKUider,
I n o . 1 remained untouched for so long ! Further resolved that al>ove be spread 8' ' pr V e ,'onil il‘ int tiled against you in
its equipment; ono Schmidt concrete
II II. Harw arJ, living between la not explained.
| on the records of our grange and a copy net>k, (rom t ,,e <Ute o( the firpt pubUcll. paver; one Little Wonder mixer; one
«ont to the Cloverdale Courier.
tion of this summons, and if vou fail t. scow in dimension* 20 feet bv 40 feet; fi
Beaver and Hern luck, died suddenly
answer or apper, for want thereof the dump wagons; 3 Fresno scrapers; one
Monks Carved Church Seats.
Tueeday evening. He hail over exer
plaintiff will take judgment against vou gas engine and pump; about 3000 feet
W. II. Christensen,
the sum c-f One Hundred and Thirty- of l ’ j inch pipe, about 2000 feet of 2
cised in an endes .or to place a pig in a
Mr# L. E Whiteman,
to l>c M .n within the walls of the an-
One and 05-100 Dollars, together with inch pipe and one Overland truck. This
rotral, and upon ria ln u : the house
W. A. Penter.
rt.ml church at Clodock on the borders
the interest thereon front January 5th. summons is served upon vou by publi
complained of n sever« pain in the of Monmouthshire.
cation thereof, for six weeks in the
The edifice was
Conner, bv order of Hon.
chest, but thought be vpmld soon re built some eight centuries ago aud for
Salt Fish F. r Sale.
.ey. Judge of said <*>nrt,
cover. A few minutes ’a lc r he tell to many year* it had interesting relations
Salted whole steelhead 10c per pound, FRANK TAYLOR,
made at Chambers in Tdlamook Citv.
tbe floor and dieil wit.Vs—.t regaining with l.nnthony Abbey while It was the steelhead bellv, l . ' ’ ^ c per pound.
Oregon. March 29th. 1918 . and the brst
consciousness. He is w.#H known in the monks of the ndj.icent monastery that
publication thereof is made on the 4th
Chas Cruthers, Cloverdale.
dav of \ prti, 1918.
couuty and is a relativ e «t the Earl did much of the beautiful carving with
Dated at Tillamook. Oregon, this 1st
faimlv near t'loverdal«
The funeral In its walls The flue tower Is now so
Ownership of Cloverdale Courier
day of April, 1918.
wi'l l-e I * I toaiorr.o« tn lu the C hri-tlau dilapidated that It must he speedily re Ow ner, publisher, etc.
C. W. Talmagr,
Mortgagee Chas Kay
stored if it W to be saved front ruin
chunh at Tillamook.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
W. K U P P E N B E N D E R
Dr. E. L». Glaisyer
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