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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1918)
W, A. Wise, Dentist.
Plasker Bros.,Tillamook, for anything
Mis. Lela Hudson, of Portland, i«
yisiting home folks.
1 will pay 11c per pound for carcara
A bahv l,ov arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrr. Albert Wade July 4th.
Quite number of ladies from ('lover-
dale are picking loganberries at Beaver.
Kestucca Valley Hospital, ('loverdale,
O-iego. J. 1. LeFevre, Ph. B, M. I). in
Wanted—3 lb coffee cans at 5e each.
Must be clean and with lids. High’s
Deo Sanders was over from Fort Col
umbia tlie latter part ol last week visit
ing home folks.
James Booth, of Willamina has rent
ed the Gage place and w ith bis family
moved in Monday.
See us about a 15-cow ranch to rent
and stock for sale. Taylor Real Estate
Wanted—To rent on shares, a ranch
with 18 to 26 cows. Best of reference.
Cl aa. Corutbers, Cloverdale.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cuiestock and
daughter Beryl were visitors to Forest
<>rove and the valley the fore part of
When in Tillamook and want good
eats and splendid service give the
Louvre your patronage. Meals and
lunches at any hour.
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
CHAS. RAY, President
WM. CHRISTENSEN, Vice President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS;
Chas. Ray, Wm. Christensen, Chas. M cXillipp,
D. A. Bailey, Wm. A. High.
Have You Sent any Home Pictures to the
over there? I f not you’re denying
them a great pleasure.
J. L GEORGE, Cashier.
Why not come in and let
us show you our line of
CAMERAS AND KODAKS
Your Patronage is Solicited
Prices from 75c Up.
in the \rmy than in civil life, and has] For those of our fighting men who do
tloy L'.siabrook visited Ins father at
better medical care at the front than at not escape scatheless, the Government
ll.,s place over Sunday. He is now liv
! under the soldier and sailor insurance
ing in Portland and is in the draft list
In oth«r wars from 10 to 15 men died i law gives protection to the wounded and
and expects to be called to camp soon.
!rom disease tc 1 from bullets; in this (their dependants and to the families
war 1 man die3 from disease to every 10 j and dependants of those w ho make the
ftherih C-wnpl 111 and i ;hers will be
DRUGGIST AND KODAK DEALER
[supreme sacrifice for their country.
Over I 1., Tilhiiiu tik i'uesday i Venn. ■
and will organise a Cuu. t (.mai l unit.
Do not laii to meet with the gentlemen. * Cloverdale,
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A letter from the presiding elder of
which botti mother and daughter may
W OODS ITE M S .
the Presbyterian church brings the
spend some time with us at the beach. 1
good news that out old frieii 1, Rev. J.
Albert Soutlimaid, of Sheridan, is
We understand that Mrs. Roberts and \
A. McYuigh, will be here to preach on
| with us again for the fishing season.
■ family have arrived at Pacific City.
Sunday next, morning and evening.
Mr. Golden and family, oi Tillamook,
Messers Carlson, Northrup, and Mont- j
Talk about going some. A certain in
dividual whose stU) ill Cloverdale was are spending a few davs at the beach gomerv accompanied by their wives
11eKi services at Hebo, Sunday night. I
so short we did not learn his name, with Mr. Fisher.
moved into Cloverdale Monday aftei
Mr. Turk, the genial mill man, from llebo as usual was represented by a
noon to enbnrK in the huteher business, Hemlock, is improving the Pacific City iaige appreciative crowd.
had his supper here and moved out in mill.
Mrs. Byron Randall has returned
I will deliver 20 tons of bay in the j
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Werschkul, ac home after several weeks stav with her bale on car at McMinnville for *30 per j
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Smith mother, a. Newberg, who is in failing ton Hay consists of Clover, Cheat, I
Elliott, drove over to Cloverdele Tuesday health but lias slightly improved.
| Machete and Orchard Grass, a good;
fiorn Tillamook. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott
Pacific City and Woods were quite mixture and cured in fine shape.
me in at grand i areuta ol the junioi
Ira C. Barber,
Mr. Wade that anived just in time to 'T. 11 represented ou the Beals ranch at i
celebrute the Fourth of July.
* The Soldier's Chances.
There will he a committee from the
(drear, as the danger and large a« the
Mr. O’Connell, of Cloverdale, is keep
Tillamook Bed Cross branch at the
local Bed Cross rooms on 1 ruluy after ing nightly guard over the] Pacific Citv losses m the aggregate, the individual
i soldier lias plenty ol chances of coming
noon ut 12 o’clock to give instructions on mill.
out of the war unscathed, or at least I
(licking and sorting the sphagnum moss.
l’.arnev Knoblock was a Tillamook not badly injured.
All Bed Cross workers are urged to be visitor this week.
Based on the mortality statistics of the
present as'this is the woik that is most
Mr. Beals has nearly completed a new allied armies, a soldier's chances are as
urgent and is carried on on quite a large
camp store on the camp ground.
scale in the county.
Twenty-nine chances of coming borne
Mr ( liarland lias built an excellent ! to one chance of being killed.
Dance at Pacific City.
new boat for Mr. Fisher but for the last
Forty-nine chances of recovering from
Saturday evening. July 13. Falconer's few days he has been on the sick list.
i wounds to one chance rf dying from
orchestra. All are invited.
Mrs. haven.ler expects to visit Camp ! them.
Lewis, with her daughter, Mrs. Gibson, | One chance in 500 of losing a limb.
Will live five years longer because of
of Cambridge, Idaho, whose husband is
Report of the condition of the
now in training at the camp. After physical training, is freer from disease
WM7 A. HIGH
F r u it J a r s
IIx; for Sale.
The canning season is here
What about your Fruit Jars
Don’t wait until the stock is diminished
Buy now while the old price holds good
Phone your order for your
needs during the canning
NESTUCCA VALLEY BANK
OF C L O V ER D A LE ,
III the state of Oregon, at the
business. June LU, IMS.
B F so l lit I S.
lavami and discount«
OvsrdruftS, secured and mi .
Bonds und Mariants
Furniture and fixtures
Ot her 1 cal estate ow ned
Dtu'finm banks not reserve
Due »roin aiunM Ywl resorvt*
Gush -oi hand
Other I* sources, transit
Y E T D D S PS A R i A IN
C o u n t y D a iry I n s p e c t o r
Telephone Main d—and Mutual
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turpi s fund
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p. uses and taxes paid
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of Filin inook,
î, J I. Vìi* iyr, Cishior « f tl <* above-
named bank, do »utentuly swear that
the abov-statement is true to the l»«t
of I«-;- i.-.ievi, !g,
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.1 1.. George. Csiliiw.
« u b n 'd ie d a m t
Dr. t . D. G la is y e r
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
sw> t n
In wer line of Merchandise, hut none
more »specially than in
Our large «to. k i« in every instance the host that can Le had
and our aim will be to keep the high standard up.
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t..i» 11th <! i\ • J •.’ • I'd*
1 ank layior, Notary i'ublie.
My commission expires «*pt. 9, 1019.
test-C has. Ray, W. ,\.
Clough’s Carbolic Com
F it disinfecting where C on t.igif
infectious diseases are prevailing.
C \ K ROI.IC COM Pot’ X D - a p wei -
(nl GermU l l.il mixture and by it« use
wdl iin|>r«i\ general stable cotul.tiot«
CHAS. I. CLOUGH,
F e M u b le D m g g iit , T illam o ok , Ore.
Shell and Heavy Hardware
Stoves. Ranges, Farm and
And everything usually kt ( t in a tirst-cla«« hardware store, and
v all good** are of the best quality.
I Alex McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
This is the largest and finest car that ever carried the
GRAN T SIX name plate—a car that is without real compe
tition in its Pries class.
Tbs imJividjAl beauty of its lints, 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 trpe with balanced crank
shaft. ferced-feed oiling and many other advanced features.
W . KUP’ P E N B E N D E R
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