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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1918)
W. A. Wise, Dentist.
Attend tbe Red Crues gale Tuesday
. Tatro came in from McMinnville
M les Varena Luca» is home lor Ltr
Plasker Bry-., Tillamook, iui anything
IT E M S
O TH ER
OF I N T E R E S T
A number of oampera have arrived at
Pacific City, reminding us that all parts
of Oregon are not a» pleasant as our
MiloParritdi is smiling now, bis father,
mother, sister and brother are here vis
iting biin. They expect to move into
the house recently vacated by Ambrose
By Buying War Saving
Rev. Galloway gave a abort talk at
and Thrift Stamps
the Mission Sunday morning.
We understand that the McFall boys
to the Limit.
and Bert Cornett have gone to woik at
the Yellow Fir mill.
Barney Knoblock has gone to Jenck's
mill to work.
For th^ balance of this
•Mr. Fleck lias taken charge of the
month we are giving this
cattle on the Beals ranch and will move
space and one of our show
there in the near future.
It is rumored th at Mr. Roberts and
windows in boosting the
Fellman, of Eugene, have purchased the
sale of War Saving and
Pacific City mill and timber.
Mr. Fisher and Mr. and Mr». Weidner
were Tillamook visitors Saturday.
This state is still short
Mr. and Mrs. Nortlirup went to Tort-
on its quota. Prepare to
land Saturday. Rev. Carlson will re
turn with them and will be at the Mis
do your bit in the next
sion Sunday morning. An interesting
two weeks in loaning
meeting is expected.
Owing to the absence of Mr. Nortlirup
Uncle Sam vonr spare
Dr. Montgomery post phoned bis talk
quarters. Buy a Saving
“ The Kaiser in Prophesy” until next
Sunday night at Pacific City.
Stamp and if you can’t
Byron Randall went to Tillamook
buy a Saving Stamp buy
a Thrift Stamp is to be
Doc Yuck's car isn’t lost after all, old
348 was circling in the pasture near the
tne slogan and again put
mill Tuesday and now any day may be
Oregon over the Top.
expected on tbe highway.
1 ’Aill pay 10c per pound for cartata
See W. A. High's window and relief
ids ad in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. P. li. VanCiel were in
Cloverdale the laet of the wtck.
Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith.
Dee Sanders and Glen Cochran were
over from camp and Sundayed with
Mrs. Cochran, of Amity, is visiting
her children, J. E. Cochran and Mrs.
Mr». Arch Meyer and daughter Laura
returned Sunday from a couple of weeks
v.sit in Dallas.
The editor and his family started for
Portland this morning. They will re
For Kent- Dairy ranch down on
Salmon River. Call or write to E. O.
Calkins, Otis, Oregon.
Smith, the calf man. savs send vour
calves to him by stage, lie is in tbe
innrket for all kinds, except Jersey bull
Glenn Stewart, accompanied bv his
tat her and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Cai ut her», made a trip to the valley
Letter to Mr. Ray From Sam.
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding were visitor»
France, May 21, 1918.
to Portland nnd the valley the latter
part of lust. week. They returned home
Well, summer has reached France at
last, and a tew of ns hit the river to cool
Reiter than $171 has been raised bv off a bit. Just last Sunday McCabe
the local committee on the Armenian and 1 went fishing, but our luck was not DRUGGIST AND STATIONER
drive and will easily go “ over the top” like wo have bad in Cloyerdale, We
fished for about two hours and then
When in Tillamook and want good went in swimming. Mack is quite thin
eats and splendid service give the and be is prettv »ore to think that he
Louvre your patronage. Meals and can’t tloat like he used to a vear ago,
my notice that there is
lunches at any hour.
a report current that I do not vactice
J. Monroe Switzer, of Cloverdale, is in
friei *1 and Mack are going out surgery, that my practice is o.dy that
Wiilamina having come over Tuesday, this My evening,
for me 1 am on the of medicine. In correcting this erron
lit was a former resident o-f our city and »ick list lor a hut
days, due to eating eous statem ent I wish to state that 1 am
his old filends are glad to see him .— too much Swi»» cheese.
competent and am prepared to do surg
We have fairl> good times hero, while <’ry as well as practice
Mr. and M o. Warden, Mr. and Mrs. going to school—after 4 p. m., and on I Thanking the people of Clovardala foi
P. Hendrickson and daughter Pear), and Hundavs. Will be able to see things as the past courtesies and patronage I r e - ,
r -nd Mrs. (.’lilt Whitham, all of we get paid. No pav day since March, main as ever
Poitlnnd, have been guests of the Mess- tough, isn’t it’
m r families this week.
I can safely say that I believe I am .
Dr. J E. LeFevre.
The second dance of the season occurs getting fat "over here.’1 1 weigh U'J,
at Pacittc City Saturday evening. Fal pounds and have one thing to boast of, To the people of Tillamook County,
coner's orchestra, of Sheridan, w ill fur that 1 have not answerer! sick call since theco.llin moths are making their nests
nish the lunate and a g ot time and I landed on foreign soil—good, isn’t i t 1 in tree Hnd bush and unless destroyed
| It is sure warm here where w*> ate 1 >- now, will later destroy what you and I
good music is assure I.
i cated and reminds one of Kansas, per need. Take old papers, matches and
Next Tuesday evening at Cloverdale haps du*' to heavy lighting.
with you so you can reach their
¡mil I * ik lit tied Cross sale of apron» , Say. why not send us a Cloverdale string
hands will soon clean them
and fancy woik will he held. A cra’o Courier? We will assure you we will out, is the all advice
of a stranger.
of straw bel l ies lias tier n donated ai d appreciate it.
will In s ild to tbe highest bidder. The Well. 1 will doM ami gel ready for [N o .90
soeietv will appreciate donation» of all school. It is now 8 a. tn.
Report of the condition of the
kinds of fancy work, crochet lace yoke), Give my regards to all, and with b< t
dollies, handkerchief», aprons, bag*, w isbes to you.
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
pillow top», etc., tor this sale.
Satt. C, <V*th Art., A E. F. In the state of Oregon, at the clot« of
The ladies of 11»*- Red t'ri ss fi*ciety
buainess. Maj 10, 1918
gave a surprise dinner in honor of their
r. tiring work chairman. Mis Shearer, The picnic at the river Friday evening
last Tuesday. A Unit JO ladle» and Mr. given by the high school student» came Overdrafts, secured aud un $»¡9,295.61
Ray ««represent. As a token of appr* •
near ending in a very serious man Bond»
elation (or her splendid services Mrs verv
. 100 00
Shearer w is ) resented with * lovalliere ner.One of the ears nfter it was cranked up Hanking house
Furniture and fixtures
and chain and a bottle of perfume in an broke away Lt*fore the driver could get Other
real estate owned.......... 2,919.70
ivorv stan laid, a beautiful crocheted into it and started away; it was headed Due from
centerpiece and other small gifts.
....... .. 6,225.90'
away from the river but after starting Check* and other ......
District Attorney F K Prasecki and made a complete turn and ran down the Cash on band
.......... 2,620 84
'.iniilv, of Dallas Orog n. wire Clover- bank onto the bar, there it made an Expenses
dale visitor» Monday. Mr l'rasccki drove
in vet the l.ittle Nest uvea road with knocking him down and then rati over
un automobile, preferring that r>>a<l on him after which it -truck John Camp- i
account of shortening the distance to bell and Oscar Richards Oscar sirs- Capital stock paid iu
some outs and bruises n tbe 8urplua fund ..................... .
the coast It bus beer, generally con tained
i i . WAi
. . . . uonsuliTAblv
, . , Due u. to banks i and • banker*
sidered that lia Little Nestuec* t ad i non a i . w hm
, , , ,
, - Individual deposit* subject
was cloned to travel, eapevial'y with bruised about tbe body ; then the car \0 ^heck
automobiles He tells us fie *oel quite made another turn striking Mb- Laura Cashier cluck- outstanding 1,177.55
Real and Arle** Join*, running ever D ne and sa\m g*dnooril
a nurobet of machine* on the road.
. _i__ - . knee.
> itea and hm- rediscount* I 16.M1 00
H IV l.otkwotid clo»**d a deal Satur Owing to the nature of the bar which
day, -oiling his ranch at thi* place to was mostly soft «and the unfortunate « U t e of Oregon,
n Mr. Si.v 1er. of Portland. Mr. Snviler suffered only cut* arid Iwuises, which if I. J of L Tillamook.
<*« rge. Cashier of the aber#
will remain here with Mr. I<ockwood to it had been bard ground or a larger ear named bank,
do solemnly swear that
the !'.r-t of neat month, when he taxe* no doubt tbe accident would have been tit at. \. s’atetnent
i- tro- to tbe Iwat
full charge. Mr*. *>nvder i* at prisent in appalling.
of my knowledge and belief.
.1 L. George, Cash •»
Portland fittin g afiairs arrange*! to All 11»At were hurt are out and around
.u.d sw .rn to before me
tiu v*> h* re. n is deal was made through ar. 1 outside ot feeling a little sore from this S,il-*rib*d
16tl. dav of Vav, 1918.
tin Taylor Rial Fstato Agency. Mr their experience are feeling fin* ami
frank Taylor, N, tary Publie
and Mrs I *« kw"tsl hare not fully de- claim that it takes more than a Ford to M> commi-*,
n expire» Aspt. 9, 1919.
eldest just what thev will do, hut it i* put them out of business.—Amity Correct attest —Chas Ray, W. A.
tliougl t tl es will move to f rtUcd
W M . A. H I G H ,
We want all your Eggs.
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
G R A N T S IX
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.
Its powetful, flexible and remarkably smooth-running
engine is of the overhead valve type with balanced crank
shaft, ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
W . K U P P E IN B D N D E R
: CLOYERDALE GARAGE
We have just received a new
Oxvacetyline Welding o riant
We are now ready to do all classses of welding in the
We have Special Valve Tools, such
as are essential in Motor Work.
\our repaira can be handled here as well ¿9 in tbe large
garage of the city.
L E T S O IN ,