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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1917)
GL»DAIN-UP SA L-D S
I’iAV items onlv from
Noted French Pugilist
February Clean-U|) Sales which point the
wav to wonderful
economies on reliables
and altogether desirable mer
Many unadvertised Hargains on Tables
Georges Cnrpentler. the sensational
young French boxer about whom so
much has been written of late. Is a
sergeant aviator In the French (lying
corps and has seen extensive service.
He has several times been mentioned
In dispatches and has received three
medals for valor He Joined the colors
Come and sei' them.
Sensational Clean-Up Prices on
L a d ie s '
Suit®, G o a ts and
D ress S k irts
Every Garment Radically Reduced.
Never in the history of this store have the women of tf»i~ county been offered such high grade, stylish
and becoming Suit«, Coats and Skirts as tins ¡.Meat Cle: m-Cp Sale offers to those who will shop now.
Every Woman's ready to wear t? 11 it , Coat and l>i ess Skirt in the house is purchasable at a price dollars
and dollars below the former prices and in many cases less than cost prices.
Pur Fabric (oats.
New Fall Suits
For Actual Values to $25.00.
Handsome, rich looking Coats in plain Black and
Brown and fancy effects in drown and Grey.
For Actual Values to $25.00.
Stylish Suits in Serges, Tweed Mixtures and
< labardines in colors of Brown, Blue and Black.
New Fall Suits
Stylish ( oats,
1 ( 5.70
For Actual Values to $ltt.50.
Coats in plain color Wool Valours and Handsome
mixed Tweeds trimmed with Velvet collars, etc.
For Actual Values to $27.50.
Bedford Cords, Gabardines, Crepe Poplin, Serges
and Tweed Mixtures in colors of Green, Copen,
Navy and Black.
For $7.50 Values and Over.
Kenyon Raincoats in Tan and Hark Colors, also
fabric Coats in Checks and fancy mixtures. Very
special Clean-Cp price.
For Actual Values to $7.50.
Stylish cut dress akirts in many weaves and
colors. Very popular garments and very handsome
when worn with pretty waists.
Every Member of the Family can participate in this
(¿rent February Sale of
Ladies’ Dress Shoes SI.98
For Actual Values to $3.00
Gunmetal and Patent Leather
Button Shoes with low le-els
and Gunmetal and Kid Blu-
cher styles with Military Heels.
Children’ s and Misses
Sizes 5 to 8.
Regular $1.08 now $1.*>0
Regular $2.25 now $1.1*3
Sizes 1 1 to 2,
Regular $2.77> now $2.20
The Famous Red Cross
For Actual $*>.50 Values.
Ladies’ 8-in top Shoes in
Patent and Vici Kid Button
and Lace Models with Louis
Cuban Heels and shown in the
very newest lasts.
Sizes 8 to 11*2,
Regular $2.75 now $2.45
Sizes 12 to 2.
Regular $11.25 now $2.05
Sizes 2’ .> to 5 '2.
Regular $3.50 now $2.08
Your Choice of any
Trim m ed Hat
ia the store
1 .8 5
Actual Values up to $7.50.
A sacrifice Sale affording every
woman, who has put off the pur
chase of her winter Hat, a saving
that is a sensation.
Every Hat is up-to-date in style,
well made, trimmed perfectly and
altogether desirable in every way.
Come to the store and see for
youtself what a beautiful Hat such
a small sum of monsy will buy.
Regular to $4.50 Values in 1 .2 1 1
uatnmined shapes for only
Men’s Work and Dress Shoes Underpriced.
Men I You can’ t atiord to pass hv these wonderful savings in
footwear Come in and look them over. You’ ll want mors than
one pair when you vee them.
R> g $t is) Box Calf Bluchers now
Reg $5 50 8-in. Top Work Shoes now 4.35
To $'*.**) 12 in Top Hay ton Shoes now 5.85
r t *.00 12 and l«»-in Napa Tan Shoes 5.So
(1EOKOKS CAKI E N T II K.
when war was declared and lias been
fighting ever since. Carpentler is the
heavyweight champion of Europe,
Working his way up to t lint point
through all the classes from the ban
tam. His last lii-tic achievement of
note was t<> win from Gunboat Smith
on a foul in London in the summer of
1014. When he joined I lie army lie wa s
tirst with the signal sendee and twice
had his apparatus shot away. Later
he became mi iiiitonn Idle carrier, then
became attnelied to the aviation serv
ile. lie Is only twenty-two years old.
T o Pl ay Interleague Games.
The International league and the
American association will begin tlietr
season next, year on April 20 and end
about Aug. 7>. 'This over, the clubs in
the two leagues will play forty-eight
Intel league games. Three games will
be played In each one of tliu sixteen
cities, and the players in the winning
league will receive a bonus of $8,OJO
as well as their salaries. Each club
w ill contribute $500 to the purse.
Hol l e n b a c k to S t ay at Syracuse.
Syracuse unverslty has retained "Big
Bill” Hollenback as football coach for
I another year and has prepared a foun-
I datlon for the 11*17 gridiron team.
Joseph He Moe, win* played an excel
lent game at end throughout the past
season, has been elected captain.
N e e d h a m to Ma n a g e N e w a r k .
Tom Needham, the veteran catcher,
has been apisdnted manager of the
Newark club. Needham was with the
Cubs when Chance won the National
lengue pennant In 1007, 1008 and 1010.
He also was with the Giants for a time.