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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1918)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
and OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
W. A. Wide, Dentist.
Wanted— LaJy housekeeper for ranch
1’laek» r Bro*., Tillamook, fur anything home. F. C. Zosel. Woods.
Harry Krancr, a one time resident of
lately of Southern Cali
Wanted :—Ytarliug# beifei*. I/. A. . Cloverdale,
to Cloverdale Monday
and is now helping his uncle, L. M.
1 Mril! pay 10c per pound (or canara Kroner.
Dr. la-Fevre returned to Cloverdale
Glenn Stewart returned Tuesdav from last evening, accompanied by his wife
a few day« visit iu McMinnville.
¡and family. The are locating :n the
I'une Lamsuu ia viiiting home folk«, cottage formerly occupied bv Dr.
having arrived here recently from Port Shearer.
These will be special music rendered
W. A. High has purchased the Ar by tbe Bradford Brothers and otters at
thur Coffey residence and will occupy the Castle Rock school house next Sun
day, June 30tb, at 2 p. in. The organ
\V. Q. Dwight and Attorney Mannix, izing of a band or orchestra will then be
of Tillamook, were Cloverdale business considered. If you like good music be
shere and bring your friends. There
will also be a Fourth of July picnic with
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. j the
raising of a flag on Castle Rock on
Ray Letson ut the Boals hospital. Till- ' the Fourth
at the Castle Rock bridge.
Thera will be music by the Bradford
For Rent—Dairy ranch down on Brothers. Prof. Lowell Bradford, ol
Salmon River. Call or write to E. G, Spokane, Wash., will be the speaker of
the dav. Be sure to come.—Committee.
Calkins, Otis, Oregon.
Mrs. i . E. Shearer and daughter Mar
Death Calls Richard Chilcott.
garet left Tuesday morning for Camp Richard
Chilcott was born in Jeffer
Lewis to join the doctor.
son County, Iowa, November 5th, 1848,
Remember the meetings at the school agea 69 years, 8 months ,17 days. Au
houses on Friday evening at 3 o'clock ! gust 13, 1876, be was married to Jennie
Grant in Mauketa, Kansas. Four
it is your patriotic duty to be there.
were horn to this union Ketha
For sale—Wagon, mower, hay rake children
in infancy, Mrs. Howard
and a few small farm tools. Axel1 I lithe, of died
Nelson, between Cloverdale and Hebo. and Kulph Chilcott, of llebo,
Smith, the oalf man. savs send your Also four grand-children : Glen Hihhs,
calves to him by stage, lie is in the Erma, Barbara and Paul Chilcott. The
market for all kinds, except Jersey bull deceased has three brothers residing in
Another one of those pleasing dances On March 20, 1911, he suffered a
will t>3 held at the Pacific City hall stroke of paralysis which made him an
Saturday night. Good orchestra music invalid. On June 9th, he came to Hebo
to make his home with his sons. He
will be provided.
the trip over ths mountains nicely
The shipment fur the Cloverdale Red stood
as well as usual the
Cross society this month consisted of past week. 1>een
tO pajama suits, 40 abdominal bandages,
he passed away Saturday at 5:45
10 tea binders, 9 pair bed sox. 42 arm and
m. Funeral services wore held at
slings, 10 pair knitted sox, ami one p. Hebo
last Sunday, conducted
sweater. The work rooms will probably bv Iiev. cemetery
be closet! for a couple of weeks as all
material is made up and tne busy See Taylor, at the Courier office for
season is on for the most of the mem Fire
The canning season is here
What about your Fruit Jars
Don’t wait until the &tock is diminished
Ruy now while the old price holds good
By Buying War Saving
and Thrift Stamps
to the Limit.
Phone your order for your
needs during tbe canning
For the balance of this
month we are giving Ibis
space and one of onr show
window* in boosting the
sale of War Saving and
This state is still short
on its quota. Prepare to
do your bit in the next
two weeks in loaning
Uncle Sam yonr spare
quarters. Buy a Saving
Stamp and if you can’t
buy a Saving Stamp buy
a Thrift Stamp is to be
tne slogan and again put
Oregon over the Top.
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
Ii ■ /
G R A N T S IX
WM. A. HIGH,
DRUGGIST AND STATIONER
C e l e b r a t e W ith U s
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 powerful, flexible and remarkably smooth-running
engine is of the overhead valve type with balanced crank
shaft, ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
T IU U A M O O K
Tillamook will celebrate Independence Day with Parades,
Bands, Military Drills, (*ood Lectures, Music, etc., etc.
VV. K L P P E N B C N D E R
g o m e . « * * * tliis
S o ur s t o r e
and be “At Homo." We will not urge you to buy—ONLY
TAKE A LOOK at the many extentional values we offer.
Just Received, the Newest
LADIES’ KID GLOVES
We are now ready to do all classses of welding in the
j s :
We have Special Valve Tools, such
as arc essential in Motor
n ’ ork.
Our line of Itx & Dunn Shoes, Fibre» Sweaters, Royal Wor-
cester and w a r n f . r corsets merit the consideration of all
ladies that would be well dressed.
Make sure you get all that you pay (or—wear
B R AN D IG E B. K IN C A ID A CO.
Your repairs can be handled her« as well as in the large
garage of the city.
NOT HIGH PRIC ED
THE PLACE TO GET THE BEST MERCHANDISE
T ILLA M O O K
We have just received a new’
Oxyacetyline Welding Plant
There are none better and the
price is not bi gh.
Good Ones—Color» Grey and
Khaki, at 13.75
CLOVERDALE GARAGE :
Men’s Fine Kid Gloves
An unusually large shipment of
Hata for Men and Boys has just
We are showing the very latest
in Shade* and Shape« in such well
known brands as
Colrrs Grey Tan, Brown,
Prices 12.50, 12.75, 13.00, 13.75
The quality is above the ordin
W. R. L E T SO N , Môr.