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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1918)
W. A. V ise , Dentist.
“ POSSUM” cleverest crook in
New York was sure up against it~
Rachel Sm ith is reported seriously ill.
' J o h n Moore made a trip to Salem this
Held up at the point of a gun and m arried off-hand to a girl he
never saw before.
Blanker Bro?.,Tillamook, for a nything
1 will pay l i e per pound for carcara
Neetutca Valley Hospital, Cloverdale,
Oregon. J. T. LeEevre, Ph. B, M D. in
Y ou’ll th in k you never knew w h a t a th rill was
before when you Eee
W anted—To re n t on shares, a ranch
with 18 to 25 cows, best of reference.
C/has. Cerutbers. Cloverdale.
Mr. aad Mrs. Guy Eads, of The
Dalles, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A ntrim a t the Cloverdale Hotel.
Arch Meyer is here from Clatskaui
this week. l i e is packing his house
hold goods and will move to th a t place
Mr. and Mrs. Vic le a r n e d , Elmer
Bailey and E lm a Jo hnson were over
from F o rt Columbia for a Sunday with
th e home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chae. Morgan and
daughter and his b rother from Yamhill,
Oregon, are visiting w ith the Messner
families this week.
George Branson H o w a rd ’s M ightiest M elodrama w ith
a Brilliant A ll-Star Cast, ineluding
Have You Sent any Home Pictures to the Boys
over there? If not you’re denying
them a great pleasure.
Why not come in and let
us show you our line of
CAM ERAS A N D KODAKS
FRIDAY EVE., JULY 19
Prices from 75c Up.
Admission 25c. Children 15c.
W hen in Tillamook and w ant good
eats and splendid service give the
Louvre your patronage. Meals and
luuches a t any hour.
Roland McGinnis accompanied by hie
m other and Mias L aura Meyer autoed
to Portland Sunday for a few days visit.
Roland leaves the first of n ext week to
join th e colors.
WM. A. HIGH
A JEWEL PRODUCTION
Dance after the show.
DRUGGIST AND KODAK DEALER
Home Guard Orgaization.
Mr. and Mis. L. M. K raner, Marry
Cam pbell, accompanied by
K raner, Irene Stiverson and d aughter
Mr. E b e r h a r d t and Mr. King, of T illa
Arlene made a tr ip to Fort Columbia,
mook, were in Cloverdale Tuesday e ve n
leaving here Saturday and returning
8lnglng Together Unifies Communities.
ing to assist in organizing a hom e guard
com pany. Several signed up and a
“Let the Nation sing and it will be
All patriotic m others are requested to meeting will b e held Tuesday night,
come united and victorious.”
bring children under five years of age to when th e organization will be perfected •'Community Slug” idea, which Is to be
th e Red Cross rooms for physical e x and a captain elected.
fe a tu re d a t C hautauqua on the fifth
am ination n ext S a turda y. This is a
day, ha s been spreading throughout
nation-w ide m ovem ent for better babies.
America In ever-widening circles since
Commencing Monday and continuing the outbreuk of the war. T he “Com
I t is reported th a t the fishermen made th e entire week Tillamook will be cele
m unity Sing” stim ulates a feeling of
a C h a u ta u q u a . The solidarity. An entire community lift-
sntae good catches on the bay Monday brating w ith
night, the high boat making a little Courier contains m uch advertising this
over #150. The rest of the boats a v e r week in the interest of the C h autauqua.
aged about #100 each. Set net fishing No am u se m e n t feature has ever been
institute d th a t lias given th e people e n
proved a losing game.
joyment and education as has the circuit
W hen you have an hour or two to
of Chautuuquas. R em em ber it sta rts
spare go to the lie-1 Cross rooms and Monday afternoon and continues until
sort moss. T here is great need of this Saturday afternoon. Program s can be I
moss and you c a n ’t spend your spare had a t the Courier office.
tim e in a better cause. The rooms wilt
Brush Side of Highways.
he open every afternoon and evening.
W herever brush grows along the
II. B. Lockwood has bought a ranch aide of highways a t curves ami road in
n ear Vancouver.
Mr. Lockwood and tersections danger lurks. C u ttin g away
son Jo h n were in th e first of th e week this brush m ay pre v e n t an accident and
to close up his business affairs here and it should be done before someone is
to ship Ids household gsods. We reirret h u rt. The narrow road up ttie Jenck
to lose these good people from Clover- hill lias a rank growth of fern along
s do tlie road and it is practically im
possible for automobiles to pass because
The new barn Chits. Sm ith is having
to get out of the beaten p ath is more i
h u ll ou his ranch w ill lx* one am ong th a n one wishes to elianee for fear of
th e many fine ones in the south p a r t of reaching out too far and going over th e j
th e county w hen completed. The roof hunk.
is I wing slongled ami Mr. S m ith ’s crop
Dynamite, What? Yes!
of h.ty this season will he placed in his
filled with d y n a m ite and !
u box of d y n a m ite caps carelessly l e f t ;
Rev. J . A. McVeigh is w ith his Glo- in an unoccupied building on tlie Three
verdale friends th is week. Me preached Rivers road caused a little anxious iu -
two good sermons lust Sunday and next quiry last week before the whvs am
Mr. and Mrs. Elchhorn.
Suiida- will preach morning and even wherefores were known,
ing Mon-lav he leaves for the Synod
Ing 1*» voice In song strik e s a note for
at E u ,v‘tiel and from th a t place will re T hree Rivers road and while looking harmony of u nderstanding and mutual
th ro u g h an old burn on th e place dis good will. T he communities thnt will
t u r n to Ins charge a t Coquille.
covered the d y n a m ite and im mediately sing together will learn to act together,
li th e you'.'g people in and around
reported it to Deputy Sheriff Burke who and in w ar time, more thau any other,
Cloverdale wish to render a service to proceeded to the place and took charge 1 we need this unification of our people.
Mr. and Mrs. Elchhorn have u d u s u s I
th e ir country thev can do so bv sp e n d of th e ex plosives.
ta le nt and ability as "Community Sing”
ing their spare tim e at th e Bed Cross
It w as learned later th a t the d ynam ite j
leaders. They have been In the work
rooms helping to sort moss. I ’omhint had been left there by w orkm an w h o '
for years and stand at the top of th e ir
p ’easnre ami d u ty and make this work constructed the llebo w ater system an i | profession.
popular for th e need is great.
were using d y n a m ite to do some blast-
See Taylor, a t th e Courier office for
A Sunday school rally for th e sent I ing.
end of th e county will be held in Clover
It is reported th a t a rra n g e m en ts art' '
dale the first Sun-lav in August. It will
Hay for Sals.
I will deliver 20 tons of hay in th e
l>e an all-day session, with a picnic d in perfecting for im m ediate work of hard
ner. All of 0 r Sunday school;- are in surfacing the road in Yamhill county bale on car at McMinnvilie for $:t0 per
1 out from the Sour Grass
We hope tins ' ton
Hay consists of Clover. C heat,
vited to come and take part. A good
who live In Machete and O rchard Grass, a good
program will be arranged. Each school
is asked to prepare one noiubcr. The Tillamook county may have a road to m ixture atnl cured in fine shape.
Ira C. Barber,
county a u p w iu tc u d e u t, Mrs Edwards, the valley th a t can be traveled in winter
•f Tillamook, expects to bs present. i as well as in sum m er.
Come and bring your lunsh.
Several auto loads of people from
Clorerdalo went to Sandlakc Sunday on
a moss gathering expedition. Mr. T r a i
ler took a truck loud of people and
brought back tb s moss. Parties from
Tillamook and Reaver also took part. A
long tattle was spread and the picnic
d in n e r m uch enjoyed
Mr. I-antx, the
Tillamook photographer, was in the
party and took photos of the crowd A
large quantity of moss was. gathered for
eaeti of the societies.
The Niagara Insurance C-> i* repre
santad in Cloverdale bv Frank fax l -
Bee tom aln-ut ycur r
See it at
Fruit J a r s
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
Cloverdale Mercantile Co. Inc.
G R A N T S IX
This ¡9 the largest and finest car that ever carried th
GRANT SIX name plate—a cur that is without reul compi
tition in its Price class.
D r. E. E. G la is y e r
The individual beauty of Its lines, its unusual size an
its extraordinary mechanical r sfinement, will make this ne
model one of the most talked o£ cars of the coming season.
Its powerful, flexible anJ remarkably ainooth-runnin
•ngine is of the overhead valve type with balanced cranl
shaft, ferced-feed oiling, ^ nJ many other advanced features.
C o u n t ) D a ir y I n s p e c to r
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