Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, July 04, 1918, Image 1

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    GOOD ROADS,
GOOD HOMGS,
BEST CHEESE
VO L.
X III.
CLOVERDALE COURIER.
(L O V E R D A LE ,
T IL L A M O O K
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: STATE N E W S *
IN BRIEF.
General Diaz' Surprise Attack
Is Big Success.
T A K E 800 PRI SONERS
Harvesting of the first strawberry
crop throughout the North Bend sec­
tion is approaching the final stages
and growers report the production far
below normal.
The cranberry marshes in the vi­
cinity of Astoria are now in full bloom.
! Oldtime cranberry growers admit that
, they have never seen anything like
the bloom on the marshes that is seen
this year.
COUNTY,
OKEGOX,
OF CURRENT WEEK
Brief Resume Most Important
Daily News Items.
JU LY
4,
The Nestucca Valley First,
Last and all the
Time.
1918.
NO.
4'
W h a t a B a n k C h e c k S ays
A B A N K Check has a message aside from its face value. It
"
says that the one who draws it has money in the Bank and
that the Bank on which it is drawft will honor this signature. It
says that the depositor regularly deposits the money received
and pays expenses by writing checks.
Your check will say all
this for you, when you open an account subject to check with
this Bank. You will then have the convenience and safety that
the Bank assures and you can write your check for the exact
amount o f each payment.
BEGIN TH E N EW Y E A R W IT H A CHECKING AC CO U N T
COMPILED
TOR
4 PER CENT PAID ON YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT
YOU
Joe Thurin is the latest trusty to
escape from the state penitentiary. He
was convicted in Multnomah county
TH E LARGEST B A N K IN THE C O U N T Y
■ in 1911 on a charge of burglary and is
Unexpected Drive Gains Strong Posi­ a parole violator. He also served time Events o f Noted People, Governments
TILLAMOOK, OREGON
at Walla Walla.
tions and Breaks Up Prepara­
and Pacific Northwest and Other
The Astoria school board received a
Things Worth Knowing.
tions for Enemy Offensive.
letter from the capital issues commit-
; tee of Washington declining to author­
Bell Plume 53-J
PR O FESSIO NAL CARDS Office Ground Floor
ize the proposed $125,000 issue of
National Bid,
P. O. Box 147
school district bonds for new school
President Poincare has signed a de-1 T. H.G0YNE,
Attacking
the
Austro-Hungarian buildings.
With Rollie Watson
cree declaring the Department o! the
lines on the Asiago plateau, the Ital­
The
present
cherry
crop
will
set
a
Seine, which Includes Paris, within j
ians have taken Monte Di Valbella,
captured more than 800 prisoners and record for Lane county in point of the army zone.
quality,
if
the
dry
weather
continues
have held it against repeated counter­
A tornado south of Green City, Mo.,
a few days longer, according to Coun­
Conveyancing, Etc.
attacks.
Wednesday night took a toll of five
This turn to the offensive came as ty Commissioner M. H. Harlowe, own-
lives, injured several others and
Opp. Court House,
Tillamook, Ore.
a surprise to the laymen of the allied | er of one of the largest orchards.
stroyed much property.
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world, for it was believed that Gen­
The little village of Harbor, which
The city of Irkutsk, Siberia, has
eral Diaz would be content to hold nestled on the south side of the Chetco
L. V. EB E R H A R D . Manager.
C. W. T A L M A G E ,
his lines in the mountains against a 1 river in Curry county, is reported to been captured by Czopho-Slovak troops
Complete
Set of Abstracts of the Records
under
General
Alexleff,
according
to
j
new offensive intended by the Aus­ I have been practically wiped out by
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
trians and Germans.
the fire which started in the C. & O. Berlin advices received In Copenhagen.
The Italian attack was not limited logging camp in the neighborhood.
I T ILLA M O O K .
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•
OREGON
Belgium has been given another
to Monte Di Valbella. On the left
The sale of 100,000,000 feet of tim­ credit of $2,250,000, making Belgium’s
bank of the Brenta they captured the
ber on the Klamath reservation (o the total loans from the United States I
height of Sasso Rosso, just north of
A. C. EVERSON
Pelican Bay Lumber company, of Kla- $122,800,000. Aggregate credits to the j
the village of Valstagna.
: math Falls, has just been approved by allies now amount to $5,972,590,000.
TILLAMOOK. ORE.
These actions may explain the fail­
: the government, according to J. M.
ure of the Italians to pursue the Aus­
The food question in Austria has not
| Bedford, who has charge of the timber
trians across the Piave when, on June
improved, says the correspondent of
, on the reservation.
COUNSELOR A T L A W
23, the enemy fled from the west bank
the London Daily Mail, and it is not
The sum of $404.30 was paid over improbable, despite Germany’s help,
with a haste that indicated something
106 Oddfellows’ Building,
in the justice court at Pendleton Sat­ that the entire country is slowly starv­
of demoralization.
See tue for re a lty deals.
Tillamook, Oregon-
General Diaz probably has expected urday morning by W illiam McGowan ing.
Special Equipment for Making Income
the heaviest enemy blow along the and George Brown. The men, who
Returns and Reports.
Warning that the country is facing
mountain front, which is the key to were arrested in their car at Umatilla,
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
the Italian situation. In attacking be with Mrs. Brown, were charged with a shortage of apples, cherries and
berries next year was given Friday by
R. N. H E N K E L , Proprietor.
has carried the fight to the foe, gained importing liquor.
members of the American Association
Night and Day calls
strong positions at vital points and
Omar Lewis Renninger, 16 years of of Nurserymen in convention In
promptly attended.
broken up some of the preparations age, was drowned in the millrace at
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
made by the enemy for an offensive. ; Coburg, Lane county, Thursday after­ Chicago.
Sixth Street at Second Avenue East
It is not believed General Diaz plans noon, when he slipped Into the deep
Secretary Baker has directed that ]
T ILLA M O O K .
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-
OREGON
to go further than local objectives, but
water while wading near the shore.
if he should make much progress on He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. officials connected with departments
of
the
Government
under
his
juris-
pnDTl
lu
n
the Asiago plateau he could be able to
j Renninger, of Coburg.
diction must refrain from criticising in I *
take under his artillery fire the rail­
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The Johnson mill at Coquille was their official capacity r.ny newspaper j — - —
road paralleling the battle line and
running along the Brenta river east totally destroyed by a fire of unascer­ or group of newspapers.
tained origin Friday night. The mill
Tillamook Abstracting Co.
of Lake Caldonazzo.
The Paris municipal council votes
This line is the connecting link be­ was cutting lumber for shipyards
T h o s . C o a tk r . P r k h id k n t .
tween the Piave and Adige fronts, and building United States vessels and unanimously that the Avenue Troca-
if the Italians could dominate it, the also airplane material. The loss is dero should henceforth bear the name
COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACT BOOKS
of President Wilson. It was also decid­
Austrian system of communications estimated at more than $50,000.
OF TILLAMOOK COUNTY. OREGON.
would be seriously impaired.
Robert Potter, of Fossil, died Friday ed that the nameplates should be in
from injuries he sustained in the cloud place before the Fourth of July.
TILLA M O O K C IT Y .
OREGON.
F IF T Y PROBABLY DEAD
burst near Fossil last Friday.
He,
Allied and neutral shipping sunk
with Gordie Rambo, another victim,
IN S I O U X CITY D I S A S T E R was brought to Fossil Monday. A l­ by German U-boats during the first
28 days of May totaled 233,639 gross
though suffering intensely, he told tons, according to estimates made by
Sioux City, Iowa.— Burrowing deep clearly of his frightful experience.
keeps you posted
the Navy Department, Senator Beck­
under tons of wreckage, firemen and
An old feud between Vernon Mc- ham, of Kentucky, announced In the
volunteers Sunday removed 30 more ; Allister and Joe Quinn, convicts at Senate.
on all important
bodies from the wreckage of the Ruff the state penitentiary, is close to its
Write for Literature.
I
f
expenditures
for
the
fiscal
year
building, which collapsed Saturday last chapter Wednesday, as Quinn is
happenings of the
OREGON
afternoon at Fourth and Douglas, and lying dying in the prison hospital, with starting Monday amount to $24,000,-1 TILLA M O O K ,
announced that the toll of the disaster a stab cut over his heart, which pene­ 000,000, as estimated by the Treasury, 1 .
and Congress enacts a revenue measure
Nestucca Valley.
may reach 50. It is probable several trated his left lung.
M cAllister is to raise $8,000,000.000, the $16,000,000,-
persons were completely incinerated, locked in a death cell.
000 difference w ill be provided by the
judging from the condition of most of
Investigation of an application made bond issues.
W e also do
the bodies removed.
Tolling feverishly, some of them so by Eastern Oregon lumbermen to the
Charles Piez, vice-president of the
PRINTING
weak they wobbled after their 22 Industrial Accident commission for a Emergency Fleet Corporation, and
hours, workers could see parts of reduction in rates on risks in that ter­ Charles M. Schwab, director-general,
Tillamook, Ore.
charred bodies still deep under smoul­ ritory under the workmen's compen­ left Thursday for the Pacific Coast for
of all kinds at
dering timbers and so badly burned sation act may result in legislation a tour of Western shipyards and to be
widening
the
power
of
the
commission,
L.
S.
HUSHBECK,
Proprietor.
they could not be sure they were men
present in San Francisco July 4 at the
moderate prices.
Commissioner Marshall said Saturday.
or women.
launchings to be held there that day.
The opening of the Chain Grocery,
The schooner Sprr.y made a record
Someone made a Federal income tax Dining Room run on Family Style
which was crushed under the walls of catch of fish near Heceta Head some
the Ruff building, revealed the extent distance off shore. A fter four days' payment of $14,000,000 in New York
of the disaster. Thirty-five volunteer fishing the crew brought in 15 tons of Thursday, the last day for payment of
Meals .‘{ftc.
motor trucks removed debris so rapid­ halibut and 3000 pounds of black cod. the taxes before a 5 per cent penalty is
ly Sunday morning the ruins of the Each member of the crew cleared $300 imposed. Collector Edw’ards announced
crowded grocery were entered six and the Burke company, of Portland, the receipt cf such sum from an In­
hours ahead of schedule.
owners of the vessel, cleared over dividual, but declined to disclose his !
Identity.
Men found in the ruins were burned $ 2000 .
alive in cells, pinned down by wreck­
age, their positions indicated.
Benton Bowers, of Ashland, member
An agreement has been reached by
The cause of the disaster has not of the State Lime board, announces Senate and House conferees on the
been determined. Some of the persons that the board will continue to con­ legislative, executive and judicial ap­
who were in the wrecked buildings at struct and operate the Gold Hill plant, propriation bill providing that all Gov-1
the time of the collapse asserted that which will be completed about the eminent employes in the civil estab­
it was caused by an ammonia explosion first of August. Funds to continue lishment shall work eight hours daily
in the Chain Grocery or the Beaumont operation will be forthcoming, pledged instead of seven, as at present, begin
Market, while others declared it was on the credit of members of the board ning July 1, and shall receive $120 ad­
due to reconstruction work which was until such time the State Emergency ditional pay annually.
going on in the Ruff building.
board or the next legislature comes
to their relief.
K in g George and Queen Mary tasted
Non-Partisan Ticket Wins.
American buckwheat cakes for the
Fargo, N. D.— The entire Non-parti­
Work on the Prineville railroad Is first time Thursday at the Eagle Hut
san ticket, state and congressional was progressing rapidly, the rails having of the American Y. M. C. A. The
nominated in the Republican primaries been laid within two miles of O'Neil visit wag a surprise, one made at the
of Wednesday.
station. 10 miles from Prineville.
K in g’s own suggestion. The King ex­
Governor Lynn J. Frazier, Non-par­
plained to the secretary that he had
tisan, who took the lead over John
The Klamath county council of de­ heard so much about the Eagle Hut
Steen, Independent, as returns came
he had determined to see It.
from the rural pr cincts Thursday, fense, a branch of the state council,
has
opened
an
office
in
Klamath
Falls,
steadily Increased tnat lead until It
I f you are in the market for a ¡food Dairy Ranch we can
where all information relative to the
Charles J. McCarthy was Tuesday
is near the 15,000 mark.
show
you something lhat will interest you. We have some
defense
of
the
Nation
will
be
received.
inaugurated
ax
governor
of
the
terri­
In the congressional race In the
tory o f Haw».t, succeeding Lucius E.
first district. It Is estimated. Congress­
excellent
bargains. Money is made dairying in Tillamook
Rev. Robert E. Browning, former Pink ham.
man J. M. Baer's final majority will be
County.
Why
not get a chunk o f this money.
nearly 800 over Henry Vick; In the rector of Emmanuel Episcopal ch trch
third district J. H. Sinclair’s approxi­ in Marshfield, has written to local
President Wilson will deliver a
T A Y L O R REAL ESTATE A G E N C Y
mately 700 over P. D. Norton. In the friends advising them of his arrival in Fourth of July address at Mount Ver­
second district, George Young was Europe. Rev. Mr. Browning enlisted non, V a . in connection with a cele­
Cloverdale, Oregon
successful over John Hanchett by a for service with the British army and bration In which representatives of
is
a
chaplain.
allied nations will participate.
vote of aproximately 3 to 1.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
ATTOR NEY AT LA W
de-
Abstracts on Short Notice
by the
PACIFIC A BSTR A CT CO.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
NATIONAL BLD., - TILLAMOOK, ORE.
ROBERT H. McGRATH
J. N. PEARCY
Money to Loan
Real Estate Agency
E.J. MENDENHALL
928 Chamber of Commerce,
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OREGON
r
THE COURIER
F. R. B EA LS
REAL ESTATE
T he T odd H otel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the W eek.
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LIST YOUR FARM WITH
Taylor Real Estate Agency
IF YOU W ANT TO SELL IT.
SEE TAYLOR FOR YOUR FIRE INSURANCE