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About Tillamook headlight. (Tillamook, Or.) 1888-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1888)
C. E. WILSON & CO., P roprietors .
J. B. EDWARDS,
Go to Letcher’s for your fishing tackle.
The first $5 bill wa< handed ub t»y our
wide-awake citizen, Dr. Patchen.
Postmaster Mason is making arrange
ments to put in a num’ er of boxes.
The handsomest show-window in th«
city can be ween at N. A. Hutchins.
A large assortment of flies, both double
and single gut, at Letcher’s, the jeweler.
We return thanks to every citizen in
Tillamook for help rendered in moving
tin* 11 ft I BLIGHT
A young colt belonging (o Mrs. Hutch
ins gave up the ghost on Tuesday, and
now wears wings.
Clocks from |i.5oto$i4. All clocks
guaranteed for from one to five years by
Letcher, the jeweler.
Sir. W. II. Berger, of Lincoln, Neb.,
town lookin«' up a location for
i Mr. Black well’s e ves came in contact
lth the busy bee on Tuesday. The l»ee
*oek; «1 him out the first round.
The Messers. I Ian xhurst brothers of
(obsonv ¡lie, called on ye editor this
lek and found congratulatory talk.
i Henry M. Bush, who has been down
California on a business tour, returned
Tillamook bv the Maddux Mountain
oute oil Tuesday.
J. C. Beulah and J. Cf* Comer, of
,IMlamopty, started on Tuesday for a
;short ti^ vj Yamhill’s county seat. They
go on private U^iness.
The H eadlight returns thanks to Mr,
Baxter Stillwell for a handsome boquet,
the first present of the season.
It will be our purpose in a short time
to review' the lives of the old settlers of
this county, some of whom have lived
here for the past forty years. We. will
begin a series of these articles in about
one mouth, and parties who are inter
ested will be kind enough to furnish us
facts in their particular cases.
A collection was taken up
Thayer last week to purchase
drum, which was duly sent for and ar
rived the evening before Decoration Day.
Several of our young men took hold, and
by diligent application were enabled to
come forth and do honor on the occa
sion of memorial services. Enterprises of
this nature should be encouraged, and
from what is now on tapis, Tillamook
may soon enjoy the blessings of a brass
Maddux, the Mountaineer mail agent’
came into the sanctum of our quietude
with a rush and a bang and said: “Put
me dow n for a half dozen copies of that
Boomerang of yours. It ain’t wuth a conti
nental boss fly, but I don't propose see
ing you starve, and beside. I want to
see it'you h ve go'td boss sense.” And
down’he went fot six topics. If any of
our readers ever
let them take a
p . crohs the moun-
tains w ith ye gra i e Vladdux, and that
will settle it
People who live in far distant clinics
and imagine that Tillamook is a place
somewhere, where no one can get to it,
will be surprised to learn that while
Seattle has been busy raising $1200 to
wards a celebration lor the 4th of July,
Tillamook has done, at least, half as
well, and will give a three days source
of pleasure. To parties in quest of
enjoyment, no better treat can be had
than to come to Tillamook and put in
three solid, substantirl, hearty days of
celebration interspersed with fishing, etc.
A Sunday school was organize« 1 in this
city last Sabbath with Mrs. Mondell as
superintendent; Mrs. Severance, assistant
superintendent; Mrs. Rear,* secretary;
.,f, Mason, librarian and) treasurer.
ZAul fifty scholars * wercTpi» smt for
rrvnr the qutlook and
manner in which the icbftor is officered
Having just finished the
Most - Commodious
Rooms this side of Portland and
I*. H. M. Smith,
Ytu-le Sam s
trusty boy’s nmole a JHN’ t «non us
Furnished it with two of the
Tuesday, and rema..^Sftlie would ir«
member us in his prayeritk
Best Billiard and Pool Tables
lion. J. W Maxwell, member-elect
*<>in this district, left his autograph on
In the Market,
our Ixxiks the «lay after election, He
gave us go<»d encouragement and prophe Patchen is its leader. The doctor is
A. Letcher, Prop.
I am prepared to entertain my friends in right
sied the good work would go on.
always to the fore in cases where push
1. A. McGillicuddy. of Montesano, W. and energy is required.
The Grand Central Billiard Parlors
T., who has liven here for tlw past week,
left by the Maddi x route, Tuesday, for were opened in splendid style Monday
and Spectacles Call and see me when in the city. I have, also,
his home. He will return in a short time night of this week. To say that Mr.
o make Tillamook his future home.
it lowest cash prices.
Hadley has excelled the most sanguine
one of the best
S traykd —One chestnut-sorrel horse, expectation of his efforts, would l>e but Particular attention paid to the
a feeble effort to convey the grandeur
branded with an anchor on left shoulder, and ni.i ’.nificene in which his parlors are
Repair of Fine Watches, and
had about thirty feet of rope to him when filled, i'wo of the best tables in the
\nv one returning the same to market adorn his floors, while the walls
Work Sent Me
In the Northwest for public entertainment.
A. P. Wilson, at llobHonville, will receive are decorated in a manner superior to
any hall it has been our pleasure to gaze
a I literal reward
upon. The hall is illuminated with nu From a distance will receive prompt attention
A. I*. Wilson, of Hobsonville, gave merous brilliant lights which give the
ns a pleasant call Tuesday morning. Mr. place a tone far in advance of the common
Wilson congratulated the H eadlight run of billiard parlors in western cities.
sutatantiallv, ami said it was bound to
A fiance was given in the room of the
"get there Eli.” And his prophesy shall Grand Central Billiard Parlors last
not l>e in vaiu.
Friday night, and proved a success in
Election day passed off pleasant and every respect. The music was good, the
quiet, with not ajar to mar the ripple of calling excellent, and the assemblage
the tide of votes. But some one was superb. Gayety and joyous revelry ran
destined to get a black eye. polticallv. high until eleven o’clock when all parties
and consquently it liecame necessary to adjourned to the Occidental Hotel ami
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score the fellows who ’ promised to vote partook of a repast equal to that of a
toj me,” but whose ballots all seemed iu citv epicurean. After supper the festivi-
t es continued until 3 a. m.. when everv
favor of the other fellow. Such is life
one went home well satisfied that Tilla
for the candidate.
mook could not be outdone in general
The Ih: idligii r was the recipient. on make ups for enjoyable amusement and
Tuesday, of one of the finest strawberry pleasure mingling together.
lx»quets we have have gazed u|s>n for
After the vl.*< Sion reports arrive«! Tnes-
years, the l terries Iteing plump and large, day eveni. g. a»d there was no doubt left
am! too delicious for utterance, while the
interspersion ot Howers ran* gave the in the min« Is of the victors. Thaver’s ar-
contrast of admiration The editor w i hvs t.llery was railed into practice and soon
the donor. Mrs. Mary L. Pay, a lite of the hills resountled with the echo of
Is»are, pro. |»erity and happiness.
canonading, and shouts <4 “victory” rent
1' armkrs T ake N oticil —Each of the air. But the celebration was sudden
And the east
you wdl greatly oblige the editor by ly t» rni’natt‘d on amniM of the disturb
ance it gave Mi-. Rnnn, who lie. .|1U>-
sending us, either bv postal rani or letter, gvrously ill; the gentlemen at onev char Persons desiring to semi money through the
the exact amount of receipts and exports tered the lirn. Garfield ami prncetslrd to
in the wav of freight for the past war the hay when' the boom was kept up
We wish these st a an cuts in order to until the ammunition wagon gave out its
last mouthful of f.Mwl. \1| was barmen v
make a compilation with which we in
IWII.V, .|in,.tu.l... both the vumjumhe.! mid
tend refuting erroneous statements lately . conqueror
mingling together in rweet
by getting drafts.
made through a correspondence m the • accor.1
ttu,t th,. «1 . ,„M, ¡, ov,.r.
let us dwell together in unitv
C. A. E. THAYER, - - Tillamook.
P UBLIC HALLS
All Work Guranteed
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