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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1912)
In order to make room for our new fall stock we are offering what we have on hand at cost. This is a genuine bargain sale.
Shoes of good standard make.
Men’s High Grade $4.50 and $5.00 Shoes for $3.10
Men’s High Grade 3.50 and 4,00 Shoes for 2.60
Broken lots and odd sizes, all good, reliable stock,
3,50 to 5.00 grade at 2.50
Women’s 3.50 to 5.00 grades at greatly reduced prices
CLOVERDALE MERCANTILE CO.
Sporting Shoes and Men’s and Women’s Oxfords at prices you can’t afford to miss. Come early while you can get a fit.
T h e T cm par of a T h u n d ersto rm .
A t a ll. >ve;i v w >ie I y o u n g woman
entered one «>r th e d e p a r tm e n t stores,
accompaiM i l».v an a n g e lic appearing
little g ir l o f th re e y e a rs . "W hat a
beautiful c h lM !" th e shoppers m urm ur
ed as she pr.sseri. Emm one counter
to another ; i.c two w e n t, purchasing
gloves, a w h ite lace veil, some rose
pink rihlmn. th a t the m other held un-
dcr h e r daughter's ciiln and then at
her child to see th e effect, which the
saleswoman d e c la re d perfect. All the
tim e the child w a s sweetly acqulscent
In all her m o.he.'s plans. Once or
tw ice sin* sp oke q u ie tly 10 her mother,
who a n s w e re d h e r b y s a y in g , “P er
haps, Inter." a nd s m ile d . Suddenly a
change came over the nngellc face. It
was like a g re a t b la c k thundercloud
passing over the fact* of the sick.
“I won't sto p teasing.” shrieked the
angelic one; "I won't! 1 w ant choco
late Ice cream! 1 will have It! I will!
I will!” The voice rose In a shriek of
rage and determ ination. Then she
threw her dainty self to the floor and
rolled over and over.—New York Mall.
N apoleon’* L a s t Doctor.
M. Frederic Masson has traced the
rem arkable career of Signor Antom
marchi. whom Cardinal Fesch sent to
St. Helena to act as Napoleon’s medi
cal adviser. He was not even quali
fied. but was only a student holding
an appointm ent In the dissecting room
of the Florence hospital, and he diag
nosed cancer of the stomach as a sim
ple indigestion and counseled the em
peror to cure It by digging In the gar
den. A fter Napoleon's death he tried
to obtain a pension from his heirs on
the strength of an unsupporti-d state
m ent th at there w as n codicil In the
will bequeathing one to him. Marie
Louise and Neipperg refused to do
anything for him, but the m atter ulti
m ately went to arbitration, and he was
aw arded an aunulty of 3,000 francs.
H e raised a little ready money by cell
ing Napoleon’s death m ask, and then,
after setting up In medical practice in
Paris and failing to obtain patients,
he crossed the ocean to New Orleans.
H e died in Santiago In 1838.—W est
m inster Gazette.
A Pun n in g M atch .
Father ruefully gazed ou his last
“Money has wings, and house rents
make it fly.” he said.
“Yes.” said his flfteen-year-old son.
“and some houses have wings, for I’ve
seen many a bouse fly ”
“ You’re sm arter than your old dad.
maybe, my sou. but i alw ays thought
that oo part of a boose except the
chimney flue!” —London Tit-Bits.
C u rious Beehive«.
In the village of Hoefel. Silesia, there
are a num ber of beehives In the shape
of life size figures cleverly carved In
wood and painted In colors. The fig
ures were carved more than a century
ago by monks of the Naum burg mon
astery. who were at that tim e In pos
session of a large farm In the district
The beehives represent different char
acters. ranging from Moses to a mill
tary officer, a country girl and a night
w atchm an with a spear.
T h e Fastidious.
“Catch any fish on your trip?"
“No, and I can’t understand why.
Had a $200 outfit Had the light kind
of books and the latest thing In flies.”
“Maybe you w eren't wearing the
right kind of hat.” —W ashington Her
“Jack proposed to me while turning
the music for me at the piano.”
“ Ab. 1 see! You played right Into his
T h e M agic Glasses.
The first flehlglass brought to the
New Hebrides sorely puzzled the sim
ple minded nativ«*s, who. of course,
thought them the product of wizardry,
lu “ Islands of Enchantm ent" Florence
Coombs tells how one of the mission
clergy was walking along the shore,
when a native at his side poiuted out
a tiny figure In the distance.
“There goes one of my enemies," said
The white man, draw ing out Ills field-
glasses and adjusting the focus, band
ed them to his companion, who. gazing
theough them in excited amazement,
beheld his foe apparently close at
hand. Dropping the glasses, he seized
his arrow s and looked again. The ene
my was as far away as at first. Once
more he snatched the magic glasses,
once more exchanged them for his a r
rows and once more was baffled. To
lose such an opportunity was hard lu-
deed A bright thought suddenly oc
curred to him.
“You hold the glasses to my eyes."
said he to the missiouary, “and I can
“n a v e you any-lnfluence w ith him ?"
“Do you talk to him often?”
“Then tell hint for mo th at he cooks
w ith a Canadian accent.” — Chicago
H e Guessed R ig h t.
This story w as told at a prom inent
club the other day by a m an who had
met Lord Decies In one of his visits to
London. Although Lord Decies is an
experienced nnd traveled man of the
world, he does not believe In throw ing
aw ay money In those extravngant tips
th at characterize Americans nnd th at
are very often m istaken generosity.
The Englishm an also Is quite able to
take hls own part If his reasonable tips
are taken unreasonably, as was evi
denced one day when he had taken a
cab to the club.
When he alighted nnd pn!d the driver
cabby seemed to think hls tip was too
“W ot’s this ’ere for, my lord?” said
the cabby, regarding with some con
tem pt the coin he held In hls hand.
N o t P ure P a risian .
“Drink, I should be Inclined to think.
The landlord of the liest hotel In the Judging
by your nose." was the polite
small western town was solicitous and effective
reply of Lord Decies a-,
about the impression that his accom he vanished Into
the club.—New York
modatious had made upon the dlstln nerald.
“I think we set a good table.” he
confided to the departing guest. “You
T h e T e s t of Society.
easterners are aw ful finicky about "Pa. bow can you tell w hether a
your meals, and for a long tim e we ) mon Is I d society or not?”
had difficulty In getting a cook who "The man who Is uot In society, my
could do anything more than slam son. Is trying to get known, nnd the
ham and eggs and fried potatoes to man who Is In Is trying not to ."-S n tlre.
gether. We have one of the best
cooks in the country now —yes. sir, a
Politeness W ith a Purpose.
regular Parisian chef. lie worked In "The doctor Is such a polite man. He
a lot of the best restaurants In Taree™ i alw ays sees hls patients out right to
told me so him self.”
the door." "Yes; he once had a m ag
“Do you know this chef?" Inquired nificent fur coat stolen!”—London Opin