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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1918)
The Nestucca Valley First,
Last and all the
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R E P O R T H IN D E N B U R G
T IL L A M O O K
O lì E G O N ,
Aged Field Marshal Said to Have Suc
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Bank Appeals to Small Depositors
WHILE this Bank transacts a general banking business
and enjoys the patronage of large depositors; yet it
The A. J. Wisdom sawmill near El
appeals to people who wish to make smaller deposits on
gin employs a girl high school gradu
personal or family accounts. This Bank accepts deposits
ate as a driver of the sawdust wagon,
In any amount and serves the small depositor with the
the young man formerly on the job
same courtesy as it extends to larger depositors. New
accounts are cordially invited, in small as well as large
La Grande is to have a liberty chor
amounts, and every depositor is assured the greatest se
us of approximately 200 voices. More
curity for money and every attention and service.
than 100 already belong and it has
been decided to employ Professor Ed
CHECKING AND INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS INVITED.
wards, of Baker, as director.
FINE BANKING LOCATION AND UNEXCELLED SERVICE.
A break in the A line canal of the
Umatilla project, near Hermiston, dur
ing the storm last week put the irriga
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
tion system on the project out of com
mission for two or three days.
General Banking and Savings.
Miss Ella Nelson was the first girl
employed at the Baker mills to suffer
injury, she losing the second finger
and portion of the thumb of her right
hand Saturday by a saw at the box
Bell Phone 53-J
factory of the Baker White Pine Lum PROFESSIONAL
CARDS Office Ground Floor
In the last six months there have ber company.
P. <). Bos 147
The period for subscribing to the been several rumors of the death of
The Baker Commercial Club has ap T.H. GOYNEr
With Rollit* Watson
eighth Hungarian war loan, which "was Field Marshal von Hindenburg and
pealed for assistance from the govern
to close on July 12, has been extended there have been many reports that he
until July 24, according to advices has been in poor health. German news ment through Representative Sinnott
papers were not permitted to mention to revive the Sumpter Valley irriga
tion project, completion of which
Eugene V. Debs Thursday notified
Keeping step with reports of the would water about 80,000 acres east
the socialist county committee at field marshal’s health have been dis of Baker.
| Opp. Court House.
Terre Haute, Ind., that he would de patches indicating that the fielu mar
Fishing on Rogue river is increasing
cline the nomination for congress of shal and the emperor had had disagree-: in volume and a fleet of gasoline
L. V. EBERHARD. Manager.
fered him a week ago.
ments concerning the German offen-1 schooners, including the Rustler,
C. W. TALMAGE,
Tramp and Della, are transporting the
Prevention of the threatened short sive In the west.
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At the outbreak of the war Field j pack to Coos bay for reshipment. The
age of harvest labor in the western
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
run will be heavy until the close of
wheat belt and the probable saving of
every acre of the crop is announced j eral in retirement. He was credited the season in August.
with evolving and carrying out the
by the federal employment service.
campaign against the Russians in east
The air superiority of the entente Prussia which resulted in the serious that farmers cannot handle the hay NATIONAL BLD., - TILLAMOOK, ORE. A. C. EVERSON
allies on the Austro-Italian front is in Russian defeat at Tannenburg, for crop, young women have begun work !
dicated by the figures made public which he was promoted to field mar in the fields in some parts of Linn
county. From different communities
Thursday dealing with the ten days’ shal.
Money to Loan
the past few days have come reports
offensive of the Austro-Hungarians
of girls being seen in the fields pitch
Real Estate Agency
104» Oddfellows’ Building,
A British submarine was slightly
See me for realty deals.
As an outcome of the trial for gam
damaged and one officer and five men
bling of M. H. Abbey last Monday,
killed when the craft was attacked by
Returns and Reports.
which resulted in his acquittal. Judge
German seaplanes off the east coast
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
Harding of Newport dismissed the
of England July 6, according to an
R. N. H E N K E L , Proprietor.
Portland. — Through the arrival in cases against B. F. Baker and G. A.
Schumacher, who were alleged to have
E .J . MENDENHALL
Night and Day calls
Major James B. McCudden, British Portland Saturday of the Emergency been playing in the same game of J. N. PEARCY
star airman, who is credited with Fleet corporation officials, led by poker with Abbey.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
bringing down 54 German machines, Charles M. Schwab, director-general, it
Sixth Street at Second A ven u e East
Fire, believed to have been caused
was accidentally killed while flying was decided that the Oregon district
from England to France Tuesday. He should produce during the next year by a pelican flying against the wires
a fleet of steel and wooden steamers and crossing a high tension power cir
fell on the French coast.
with a contract valuation of $200,000,- cuit at 'he Link river plant of the PORTLAND,
Three Italian sailors and one Italian 000 .
California-Oregon Power company at _____________________________________________________
soldier are being tried by a court- j The enlargement of some plants and Klamath Falls Friday burned a $1500
martial at Rome on a charge of having the duplication of at least one steel | transformer, several fences and a
blown up the Italian battleship Bene yard is depended on to produce much | large plot of dried grass surrounding. Tillamook Abstracting Co.
detto Brin on September 27, 1916, by of the extra tonnage, while established
Two trainmen were killed, one was
placing an infernal machine in the yards are to be given all contracts they
T h o s . C o a t e s . P r e s id e n t .
injured seriously and the fourth had
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can complete through maximum pro a marvelous escape from death when
An agreement under which shoe duction. Besides making such head the bridge over the reservoir at River
O F TILLAM OO K C O C N T Y . OREGON .
manufacturers who observe conserva way in a survey of the construction Mill, on the Estacada line of the Port
tion regulations will be placed on the
land Railway, Light & Power com TILLAMOOK CITY.
fuel priority list has been reached by most favorable impression among pany collapsed at 11:33 o’clock Thurs
the manufacturers and the war indus those he met personally at shipyards day morning, as a section of a freight
tries board and fuel administration. and at luncheon.
train was being moved across the
They both went on record for keep structure.
The terms, it was reported, involve
ing both steel and wooden plants
elimination of many fancy styles.
keeps you posted
Six months ago Lincoln county was
crammed with orders.
Corporal Everett Buckley, of Kil- pointed out any laggards in the plants
on all important
burn, 111., an aviator in the French would find themselves without busi years’ sleep. Today it is one of the
Write for Literature.
service, who was captured by the Ger ness or means of assisting in the war. busiest counties in the northwest. Be
tween 2000 and 3000 soldiers are build
happenings of the
mans at Verdun, has escaped from It is a business trip.
Germany. According to a dispatch
But they are not on the Pacific coast ing railroads and felling spruce. Eight
from Zurich to the Paris Le Journal to scatter cheer alone. They are opti sawmills are being operated in the
he reached Switzerland Tuesday morn mistic about the final outcome of the county and the big half-milllon-dnllar
war as regards the ability of the Amer mill at Toledo, it Is believed, will be
completed by October next. Another
W e also do
A political contest growing out of ican shipbuilders to meet the 100 per big mill, it is believed, will go in at
Sunday’s election in David, a gold
mining town near the western end of nage, also they tell that every ounce activities and railroad work, the bar
the Isthmus of Panama, resulted In of muscle and energy now devoted to and harbor Improvements are employ
the government imprisoning the op the cause must be doubled If possible. ing many men.
of all kinds at
With them it is an open season on
position judges of election. In conse
Medford people were shocked Sat
quence, a detachment of 35 American
urday to learn of the death of Ernest
soldiers has been directed to remain are scoring every ship floated as win Adams, a popular young rancher liv
at David to watch developments.
every German put out of combat is ing near that city, as the result of an Dining Room run on Family Style
airplane accident in England, June
Three persons were shot and the credited as a loss to the Kaiser.
mail and express cars were looted by
A. B. Chapman, who was arrested in
13 bandits, who held up a fast Miss
the vicinity of Powers, when a con
ouri, Kansas and Texas passenger
stable found 16 bottles of whisky in his
train early Thursday at Koch, a siding
automobile, was held in bonds of $2500
three miles east of Paoli. Kan. They
to appear before the next county
compelled the engine crew to detach
the mail and express cars and run
them away and then fled north in
The importance of a cannery In a
New York.— The Busch family, of community was demonstrated Monday,
St. Louis, bought $1,000,000 worth of
In giving ‘'coucsete expression” to the German war bonds which the gov when the Linn and Benton Growers’
the "friendly sentiments” for Mexico, ernment believes were sold in this association shipped out a 60,000-pound
LIST YOUR FARM WITH
voiced by President Wilson to Mexican country for propaganda and for the car of strawberries and loganberries
editors at the white house recently, purchase of the New York Evening from Albany.
H. H. Zapf was arraigned in the
announced Mall and other newspapers, according
Thursday that it had arranged for the to a statement issued by Alfred L. Astoria Justice court Tuesday morning
exportation to Mexico of 1,600.000 Becker, deputy state attorney-general. on an information charging him with
assault with a dangerous weapon in
bushels of corn, manufactured articles
Mr. Becker added that probably,
of iron, steel, zinc and copper, agri more than $100,000,000 worth of the running over a child with an auto
cultural machinery and certain food bonds had been sold in the United mobile.
IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT.
The body of one of the unfortunate
Mr. Becker emphasized the point
Christie Benet, an attorney of Co
lumbia. S. C„ was appointed by Gov that while the United States was still day night has been recovered, accord
ernor Manning to serve the next six neutral the imperial German govern ing to a message received at Klamath
a fund “ to seduce Falls by Coroner A. A. Soule from
months of the unexpired term of the ment establist
part of the American press with good Postmaster Cleaves, at Bend. The
late Senator Tillman.
American gold, exchanged for mere message did not state whether the
F. H. Elliott, superintendent of the scraps of papei."
body was that of Vernon Forbes or
If you are in the market for a good Dairy Ranch we can
Great Northern railroad at Superior,
Many Americans, he said. Invested j Ralph Poindexter.
show you something that will interest you. W e have some
Wis., has been appointed president of in the German bonds before this coun-1 The first shipment of freight, two
the Spokane, Portland & Seattle rail try went to war in the same manner flatcar loads of lumber from the De-
Money is made dairying in Tillamook
road. with headquarters at Portland. that they are now buyipg liberty Armond & Weston sawmill at Swan
County. Why net get a chunk of this money.
Submarines are increasing in num bonds, thinking that the money was lake, has been received over the
ber and quality, according to Vice- to be used legitimately for the pur Klamath Falls municipal railroad, now-
TA YLO R REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Admiral von Capelle, in the debate in chase of munitions and war supplies, under construction by Robert E. Stra-
He said reports of and not suspecting that their dollars horn. Locomotive No. 1 was driven by
losses have been exaggerated by the were to be used against their own W. E. Bond. Mr. Strahorn s secretary,
and fired by Gus Ettreim.
Amsterdam.—The death of Field
Marshal von Hindenburg is announced
in Les Nouvelles, a French language
newspaper published at The Hague.
Brief Resume Most Important Von Hindenburg’s death, which re
sulted from congestion of the brain, is
said to have occurred after a stormy
Daily News Items.
interview with the German emperor
at great headquarters at Spa. The em
peror and the field marshal are de
clared to have had serious differences
of opinion concerning the German of
fensive toward Paris.
The violent interview between von
Hindenburg and Emperor William took
place on May 16 Les Nouvelles says.
Events o f Noted People, Governments It was followed by an apoplectic
ami Pacific Northwest and Other
The newspaper says its information
Things Worth Knowing.
was obtained “ from good sources in
the occupied district of Belgium.”
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