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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
In the Arena
Harry Hooper of the Red Sox.
Harry Hooper, right Beider for the
Boston American league team, is gen
erally conceded to be one of the smart
est outer gardeners lu the game, lie
is a native of Santa Clara, Cal., and
Has Just passed his twenty-ninth birth
day. Hooper started his baseball ca
reer ns a pitcher, but was removed to
the outfield because of his batting abil-
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Sad heart, sad heart,
Cease thy repining
The clouds, though dark.
Have silver lining.
In ever line of Merchandise, but none
Thou mayst have lost
All that seems dear.
Thy soul may faint
With doubt and fear.
Yet know. oh. heart,
God's guiding will
Is round about
His children stilll
HAK HY tlO O PU li.
Ity. Ills tlrst professional engagement
was with Sacramento, Cal., In 11)07.
lie was purchased from the coast team
by John L. Taylor, then owner of the
Red Sox, and became a regular iu UH)l)
He made good at once and Is now con
sidered Invaluable by Manager Carri
Caldwell Not to Be Traded.
Since Kay Caldwell has been suspend
ed the Yanks have bad several offers
of trndo for him, but Manager (>ono
van says he will not consider any trade
for the erratic right bander.
ever, If Colonel tluppert has his way
about It Caldwell will probably uot
pitch another game tills year. It Is
understood the Yankee president 1» for
setting him dowu tor the season.
Rule Bow« to Injury.
In a recent Colutnbus-Mllwaukee
game the rule that a pitcher must dis
pose o f Ills tlrst batter was broken
through force of circumstances. Irving
Young inni been called In ns relief
pitcher by Milwaukee.
oue ball to his tlrst batter and In do
ing so strained a leg so that he could
By consent he retired
then and there.
Ward a Great Sprinter.
“ One of the greatest sprinters In the
making tho country lias ever seen,” Is
iho opinion passed by the closest stu
dents of track and Held athletics upon
A. E. Ward, the young Chicago A. A
runner who captured both the 100 and
220 yard championship races at the
A. A. U. national chaniptoushtpg at
Newark. N. J., recently.
Tho shyest girl In the world Is will
ing to sit in the lap o f luxury.—Louie-
more especially than in
Our la rge stock is in every ingtanee the hest that can be had
To Promote Sheep Raising.
That is a most interesting experi
ment in sheep raising in Pennsylvania
which the department of agriculture ut
Harrisburg is arranging to conduct
Business men and bankers are to pro
vide 5.000 thrifty ewes
Patton, secretary of agriculture, has
Issued circulars to the farmers in ail
the counties of Pennsylvania offering
to let each applicant have ten of these
ewes for breeding purposes.
It is planned that the farmer shall
receive all the wool produced by the
ewes and that half the number of
lambs when ready for market will be
long to the farmer and the other half
to tlie owners of the original stock.
Details have been outlined on an
equitable basis whereby in eases where
la mils died from disease or were wor
ried by sheep tlje farmer is to be guar
anteed against loss.
The Fringed Gentian.
Photo by American Pres« Association.
Children gladly welcome you.
Blossoms of the royal hue,
Rrtghtering the dullest room
With your wealth of purple bloom.
On damp glebe or mossy ground
In ihe autumn are you found.
Opening your chnlice tall
Where the cheerful sunbeams fall.
our aim will be to keep the h igh standard up.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Stoves Ranges, Farm and
And everything usually kept in a first-class hardware store, and
, all goods are of the best quality.
Alex McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
Ç THE GOOD JUDGE GETS FOfjiT
J E R Ü H DOVOUKNOW
> O F A C O N T E N T E D W A N
A R O U N D T H IS L U M B E R
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PO I ? S U R E - I T S I------- ! U U D C E . I M A 3 H A P P V AS|
M y F R I E N D M U R P H y - - -| A O O I t '- '- L L y C O A T IN A CAN
H E 'L L T I L L Y O U W H V f \ F A C T O R y - I I'V
'V E F O U N D l
R E A L CHEW . A N D I
D IS L O C A T E '
D O N 'T HAVE TO DISI
When the summer flowers fade
You adorn tne narrow glade.
Weaving in your texture bright
Sapphire from the streams of light
Children linger where you grow
And your green leaves are aglow
With the message from above
Teaching us that life Is love
UST put it up to
a gentlem anly fellow and w atch him
the tobacco that calls for a sm all sized chew .
facts lik e these appeal to his com m on sen se:—
W-B CUT C hew ing is rich tobacco. I t’s sh re d d ed , you
get n ex t to all the good tobacco taste. T h e touch of
salt helps bring out the flavor. I t’s not sweeter»/':! end
flavored to d eath —you don’t have to k e e p grinv. r.,t ei-d
Mule t>7 WEYJffAN-EUlTOTl COMP - .1Y. ! " *V-e Sqosrc, New Toia City
F R A N K TAYLOR,
All Wav Points
Safe and Comfortable
F. R. BEALS
Leave Cloverdale daily at
7:30 n. m , arriving at Tilla
mook at 10 a. in.— in time for
morning train to Portland.
Leave Tillamook at 2 p. as , X
W rits for Literatura.
arriving at Cloverdale at 5 $
T IL L A M O O K .
,1. M. T R A X L E R . Prep
Take the old reliable White stage for
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Tht C lo verdal* Mercantile Co. are a comfortable, safe and sure trip ts
! ;>0 cent? per dozen for eggs.
YV. A. W ILLIA M S