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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1917)
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vii'tuilis ov*-r m 'vera I leading college
teams, lias .*
a contract with the
Boston Nationals. His services hail
been >ught l>y th e Chicago Nationals.
In the Arena
Prepare to Make a Back
Yard Vegetable Garden
d rover Cleveland Alexander, star
pitcher o f the Thlludelphiu Nationals
ami premier piteiier of tIn* league, has
finally jumped Into the class o f bull
players who receive big -ularies. li e
recently signed a contract that culls
for u salary, it is generally believed, of
2,f>00 u year. A» a pitcher Mexuuder
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aged, how a c h e e r in g word will
T h u s . C oatks . P r e s i d e n t .
b r i g h t e n t h e day and lig h te n th e
load f o r u t !
A i ' luparison of the sum which must
be paid this year for vegetables, with
price ruling a year ago, although 101(5
was a year In which much complaint
was beard o f the high cost o f living.
Is really startling.
I The situation suggests that every
body who has a patch o f ground in the
ba 'k yard, even though it contain only
a few dozen square feet, should utilize*
It In vegetable raising. Persons who
Lave never “made garden” will 1 e sur
prised nt the results which cun be ob
tained from a small piece of ground
<: w f lly i .titivated, ai d they will bo
Mill more surpri i d nt the difference it
will make in their green grocery bills
to be uble to get lettuce, cnbbnges. to
nir.foes. pe ls, beaus, spline h, onions
and potatoes from their own garden.
Mot ■ than t hat. the exercl e o f gflr
denii g Is beneficial, ami there will he
nn lie reuse In health rm the cost o f IIv
Ing 'decreases. I.et everybody “make
garden” this spring who can possibly
d . so
CARDS A. C. EVERSON
Tillamook Abstract Company
W h e n w e a r e w e a ry or d i s c o u r
on m pi a n t « n o r
K n o w in g th is, why
ab st w a c i bo o k s
Money to Loan
Real Estate Agency
O r TILLAMOOK COUNTY. «HBCiC««.
a r e we so f o r g e t f u l of t h e help
TILLAM OOK C IT Y ,
wo m i g h t giv e to o t h e r s ?
Alexander, Famous Twirler
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See rue for realty deals.
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
T. H. GOYNE,
R. N. H EN K EL, Proprietor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
The Best Antiseptic
Night and Day calls
Next Door to Jones- Knudson Furniture
Opp. Court House,
Tillamook. Ore. TILLAMOOK.
Lyacptic is completely sol liable in j
water. A teaspoon full to one quart of |
water is ttie average strength to be used
for antiseptic, germicide, deoderants, j
wounds, cuts, nail punctures, mange,
hoof rot, mud fever, lice, fleas, dandruff,
shampoo, bei.ig of a soapy nature proves
Write for Literature.
very effective for washing the animals’
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
O R F .G O *
and stable utencils, and if used in gen T IL L A M O O K .
eral, improves stable conditions, infect
D i n i n g R o o m ru n on F a m i l y S t y l e
ion, among cattle, abortion, foul dis FRANK TAYLOR,
ellarle and externally to prevent tjje
M e a ls ‘2 5 c.
spread of diseases.
F. R. BEA LS
R EA L ESTA TE
THAS. I. CLOUGH,
Reliable Druggist, Tillamook, Ore.
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates h j the W eek.
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B a rg a in
E v e r O ffe re d
1’lio to by A m e ric a n I ’m
m i .' ton.
UllOVEU C. ALCX AMM It.
,2 5 FOUR „MONTHLY MAGAZINES $ | ,25
Is nt the top, his only rival liciti • \V l
ter Joltnsou o f (In* Washington Amen
cans. A l e í a tuler has been i iteli
years in the National lea uc ami In
liti"» was mainly responsible for tIt ■
I ’iiillies winning the National tl > ■.
There are now five men In baseball
believed to be drawing lai” r solarles
than Alexander. Two of lio e, John
J . Met• raw and (ieoi ie Sta'iiiie
managers. T y Cobb, Tri ; Speaker an I
1'lddie Collins are the others.
aro admittedly the greatest players la
Wagner Still on Dock.
Ilonas Wagner nt forty three is an-
ticiputlng another in i¡\e
a a (be
diamond. li e is an exeeptioi to the
rule of athletic life whit h brings m t o
the sixth agi*o f lean and slippeiv I ¡sia
tu loon at thirty live or so. p.iy it Is
that mea of his age should not be the
rule histond of the exeeption, and tin
doubt they would be w h the '. e e
natural, easy way of livli ; that b..s
kept Wagner in the front rank long
beyond the time usually allotto,I to
Gill Become* a Brave.
Robert (¡111 w h o . mieli ;• for the
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Leave Cloverdale daily at
7 ^ 0 ». tu , arriving at I tila-
inook at 10 a u t — in time for
morning train to Portland.
Leave Tillamook nt 3 p. m
arriving at Cloverdale at £
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