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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1914)
B e g g a rs on H o rs e b a c k .
1 hirsos are cheap in Chile. Accord
ing in 1 ’nineis J. (; Mnitlnud In "( Idle:
Its Land nnd People.' yon cuu boy a
horse in Santiago lor $2.5 or $30 aud
for less In the country, in Illustration,
he <|iiotes a little happening witnessed
by .Miss May Cromuieliu in Mendoza:
“ Up rode a «am ho dressed in white.
If I remember rightly no worse than
Ids fellows, at any rate
a nag. sorry enough, yet still capable,
and wore a medal round his neck. Off
came Ids hat with a bow of much
grace, but he- stretched out Ids hand
toward the window grating Imploring
It’s all right; he's one of our
beggars. The town has so many li
censed ones who are allowed to come
round.' said my hostess, looking out
over my shoulder So, instead of dis
missing him with a little ‘ Pardon, lit
tle brother, lot not giving you any
thing, some small coins- were placed
In his palm
I'¡os h> pagara' d«od will
repay lit, was the dignified response,
and with a farewell how of perfect
politeness this beggar on horseback
Carlyle’s A m e n itie s .
Carlyle li.nl his (lings against science,
but they were not very virulent. Nev
ertheless in regard to literature he
placed himself in the position of the
III Idl'd tlud fouled its own nest, as wit
ness the following amenities. Keats
is a "( urried dead dog." whatever that
may menu; Shelley is "a ghastly object
Coleridge, "a puffy, obstructed looking
old man talking in a maudlin sleep an
iiilinite deal of nothing;" Lamb, "a
puir eratur, with a thin streak of cock
ney wit. nothing humorous but his
dress;" Walter Scoit. a toothless re
lailer of old wives' fables;" Brougham,
“ an eternal grinder of commonplace;’’
Woiii-uortb "stooping to extract u
spiritual ketchup from mushrooms that
w . ie ill lie* oilier 1 mm toadstools;” tsir
Jiobert I eel, "a plausible fox;” J. W.
Urokcr, hui unhanged hound;“ Lord
John Bussell. "a turnspit o f good pedi
gree;" Lord Melbourne, "a monkey.”
“ Il B o n ! H m i a F a s t to
H a m m e r it.”
L i g h t h o u s e Lenses.
In the latter half of the eighteenth
century one of tlie members of a little
scientific society in Liverpool told a
brother scientist that lie could read a
newspaper by tile light of a small cau
dle at a distance of thirty feet. The
second scientist said the thing was im
possible To prove bis contention tbe
first scientist coated the inside of a
shallow wooden box with sloping
pieces of looking glass so as to form
a concave lens, placed it behind a far
thing candle and readily deciphered the
small print at the stipulated distance.
The experiment was witnessed by a
Liverpool dock master. He was a
thinking man uud saw great possibili
ties in this learned jest. He straight
way adapted the principle to light house
requirements, and forthwith the mod
ern reflected light, with its miles of
reflected range and untold life saving
powers, sprang into being.
The fact we wish to hammer is that Alex McNair »fc Co.’s
store gives more quality, service and satisfaction than any other
store in Tillamook county.
Our Phenominal Success Demonstates that Fact.
Remember Alex McNair & Co. for Builders’ Hardware,
Cave Troughing, Farm Tools, Shelf Goods, Cutlery, and every
thing kept in a fully stocked hardware store.
Alex McNair & Co.,
T h e W h a le 's B lo w .
I’orpoise What is the whale blowing
aboutV I logllsh (ih tie got so many
notices for Ids font In swallowing Jo
nah lies been blowing ever since. —Ex
A lc o h o l F o r Poison Ivy.
A 1 eminent New York surgeon says
that the best treatment for the inflam
mation caused by poison ivy is to wash
the place aud then bathe it in 115 per
Conhis is eternal patience
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S ellin g
Brand o f Shoes in th e W o r ld
A ll made of Good Leather.
No substitutes for leather are ever used.
“ Star Brand Shoes A re Better ’*
G L O V L R U A L t M CRG ANTILL GO.
Y E A R !;'
I Sonic» for Travoiors and Visitors I
Meals :;;>(• and 00c
I>cd> 00c and up.
Your Patrona*»!' Solicited
is fhe only
MAY HAVE IN
CASE OF DISASTER.
T rade M arks
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
WE WRITE THE KIND THAT
A n ro n p «en d in g a .k e tc h nnd description nisv
,«l> ; 'T asi•«’■tain > Mr «»irtnicii fre e «diet tier axs
tnventt.-in is probably patent able. Communina.
tlo n s strictly confidential. HANDBOOK o n l ’ a te n u
sent free. (»M ost «C on or fo r scouring patervs.
Ratee made known and
information gladly given.
Scientific Am erican.
Rollie W. Watson
\ hands, n ie lr tUnstrstod w eekly. I nroost cir-
. illation o f a « v sotenuu,- Journal. T e r n k P a
t o r : (o n r months, f t , S ,A I by all newsdealers.
Keal Satats ami Fix* Luauranc*
I’ stent* takon through Jlunn .* t o . receive
jjy i.il no tier, without c harge, iu tlie
? I’lvtTvtliinji’ I irst-class
L a rg e st
SOME P O P U LA R UNES
The “ Patriot**—
“ Our Family**-»
A Fine Shoe for Men
The “ Pilurim” —
For Every Member of tbe Family
The Busine» Man’s Shoe
The “ Society**—
Tbe Longest Wearing Work Shoe Made
A Particular Shoe for Particular Women
••Soft and Good’’—
* T e « » & Ted** School Shoe« —
For Boys and Girls
A Work Shoe True to Name
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F b r th e F h m o u s
Note tb it the Coltrici an d th eeitv daily can he had in several
case- ni a price less tli. 1.1 the city daily alone. Cash must accompany
each subscript ion and a In s>ed to 1 lie Cloverdale Courier, Cloverdale,
Star Brand Shoes
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