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About Tillamook headlight. (Tillamook, Or.) 1888-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1890)
It is the duty of every citizen to
attend and take an active part in
Publia I rd every Fri Jay morning.
I the .conventions for nominating
public officers and then attend the
PuorRirrous. electionsand vote. It shows in-
L amb & J one »,
I consistency for a man who takes
no interest in public affairs atelec-
tion to be continually finding fault
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
with the administration of affairs.
. .75. It is very frequently the ease that
many complaints come from igne
rance in regard to ¡niblie business.
Sill tntosh grabliöbt
START THE BOOM.
Nearly all the towns in the
Willamette valley have Boards of
Trade and committees who give
information to prospective immi
grants. Many towns are sjiending I
considerable money every month
Arthur Stillwell, prop.
to advertise their loealitits by
means -of maps, pamphlets and
circulars, and often some arange-
ments are made with some news-
. paper to publish large special illus
(± i biters.
fl-oo P®r inch per month. Specical rate* given
The little city of Tillamook oc trated editions, giving descriptions
on large or long time advertisement!
cupies one of the finest town-sites | of the country, which are sent
Local notice«, locts. per line; and sets, after
in the state. The beautiful sur 1 broadcast over the land. They are
the first insertion.
reaping rich rewards for their
CorreapOM'k nce on topic« of general interest,
cape is enough to insure the build trouble and expense already.
AddrcM all communication!) to
ing of a large town if there were [ There is room for thousands of
T uk H eadlight ,
settlers in Oregon yet, and the
T illamook , O k .
places mentioned are offering every
Fresh Fruits and Berries In season.
«^•All Pout-m Rater* in Tillamook county mountain scenery to the east and
are agents for the H kadlight .
j the bold prominence of Cape
I am bound to keep things moving. I not only want *<'■ t®1
Nothing effective is being done
Meares and Cape Lookout on the
to make room for spring stock; but for stock that I shall are gi’
west lend enchantment to the view. j by the people of this place and
have constantly on the road. I shall sell at the lowest
The mountains are covered with county, except the newspapers we TILLAMOOK,
green timber instead of being bare send out and,perhaps a few letters.
I have come to stay and realize that I am depend- *>"[
like the sundried hills of California. Yet. many are coming here in spite
of our lethargy, and indifference. R.T. WEATHERLY, ent on the people for support, You will find thjt you
•can make a better bargain with King than any other -
The State Democratic conven After running the gauntlet of all
merchant in the County.
D. P. THOMPSON,
tion declares in favor of a tarif!' for I the realestate «gents and their
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
No trouble to show goods . Ask for whatyou want, M.*
revenue sufficient to pay the ex
if we havn’t got it, we will procure it for you. 3
0KCKKTARY OF MTATE.
pense of running the government.
GEO. W. McBRIDE,
As this is the great and only issue
You WILL BE TREATED WITH POLITENES AND RESPECT SkrUT
Hats & Caps,
of that party we cannot see how it seeking information regarding this
can have many supporters in this
Boots &. Shoes.
county. Tillamook Bay needs an attracted hither by judicious anil
appropriation of 8100,000 to make truthful advertising. Now let us
ROBERT S. BEAN,
and where is the money to come our share of the prosperity which
from if the tariff is removed? All is coming all over the state. We
SUIT. OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
that this county contributes to the are isolated, unknown and have
E. b . M celroy ,
tariff surplus fund would not pay nobody to champion our cause. In E. B. J&COBY,
for a preliminary survey of the the first place those who arc deal
GEO. PETTIT, PROP.
uni/VDl Di\.U J'l
Bay, and yet there are men here ing in real estate or who wish to
FRANK C. BAKER,
who will vote for practical free
the un i
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS IN THE CtY, wurt
most benefit from a boom, and
GEORGE C. BINGHAM,
The Democratic Voice has made they should call a meeting and
t — r ca. an
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its appearance. It is n small edi agree on some systematic course of
This House is First-class in every Respect.
For Joint Representative,
tion of the watchtower and copies , securing the desired results. Of
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the typographical blunders of that ■ course, there are sonic who will
O nly W hite L abor E mployed .
paper in its advertising matter, | hold back and allow somebody else
For County Officials.
though it is somewhat more ably-
edited tliiin the watchtower. Its j pense, and afterward enjoy the Repairing fleetly and Promptly Executed,
principal object seems to bo to fruits of the boom the same as the
price# the LoWe#t,
boom McDermott for Treasurer I more entersrising class, but this
and punish a few recalcitrant cannot be helped, and is always
Democrats. The only good feature the case under like circumstances. L_-------------------------
G eo squires , prop .
C. N. DREW,
about the Voice, is that it endorses Let them enjoy the prosperity in
J. II. Mitchell, but Senator I | order that everybody else may
R. R HAYS,
Mitchell is not looking for support I ' better their condition. Sell your
j from Democrats.
An amusiiig property when you can get a fair
Excellent Accommodation^ end popular price#.
! feature of the little sheet, in regard • ¡trice and buy some more. Y'ou
► HER IFF.
J. W. HEELENBRANI).
Ito the Comity ticket, is that it can always find bargains when you
The table will constantly be supplied with the best the market affords, and
Having just finished the
of Little Newtucca.
eliuuui everything, but we are will ■ have the cash, anil by doing this
or expense will be spared in striving for the comfort of guests.
ing tliat it shall have all it can we will soon dispose of all those Most
Rooms this side of Portland and
F. M. LAMB,
obstructionists who arc against
every move to secure improve Faraishstf it with two oi the
Finest Billiard and Peal Tables i
ments. The outside world is not
Headquarters for the traveling public.
W C KING,
in the Market,
The election of Geo. C. Bingham going to come here and wake us up I nui ptepoied to entertain my friend» in righ
of Tifian lock.
to the office of prosecuting attorney and put our money in our hands:
this district will insure strict we must go to work to secure it. Call and see me when in the city. £have, also 1
A. P. WILSON,
attention to the duties of that
one ol the.best
oilice. and an able advocate for the tagis and resources to secure it.
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enforcement of the state’s laws.— We must not rest easy expecting'
In the Northwest for public entertainment.
P M., a
us, but take the necessary means
a tn 4 p
The democratic state conven to let the outside world know’what
tion was determined not to be out advantages this country possesses.
done in the matter of platform. I
The First Move for Annexation.
For Hoquarton Precinct Officers. In lineal measure its production is
about equal to the republican plat M ontreal , May 4.—L O. Laird, mcm-
il STI. K or TUli I'lAl'K.
form, and it is also a great reform 1 her of parliament for Montreal, whose
A. W. SEVERANCE.
diK'Uinent, among other things call appointment as high sheriff of Montreal
will lie officially announced on Monday,
ing for the Australian ballot. I‘lat- suggests the separation of Quebec from THE SI-AUGUSTA
form talk is very c-heiip witli tlu-1 the rest of the dominion, and the forma Will make regular tripa, the weather permit
Special attention givenk<
democratic party in Oregon, and tion of a new French colony on the banks ting, from
Politics are warming up aud means nothing, Democracy is I of the St. Lawrence, or else the aunexa- TILLAMOOK TO ASTORIA AMD PORTLAND. filling orders for goods far
' tion of Quebec to the I’nited States.
will Is- very lively from this until opposed to ludlot reforni, and in
For Freight rates or Pa«s«ge, apply to
election. Great interest is taken
Coist Lumber 7 rade.
by the voters in all localities.
an F rancisco , May 4.—Six years ago !
the democratic governor, perhaps
the greatest representative demo steam schooners, until then a novelty in ENTERPRISE, JR.
While the residents of the Will
W. S. CONf
crat living killed it with Ids veto. marine architecture, ap|>cared as a result
amette valley are sweating under
of great activity in the coast lumlier tniilc
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the oollur and complaining of the
and as a necessity for quicker means of John Day’s Barn in Tillamook, ANATOMICAL, BOOTlSItSE'MaKER,
During the Season of 1890.
Can be found next door to the Bank in !
oppressive heat this early in the
A small select galaxy of fools trans|>ortation to supply the large d< - ■ E ntfrcrisk , J r ., is a rich blue-bar Tillamook, where for a reasonable price
season, the people of Tillamook are formed themselves into «hat they mands for lumber, csdechdly in Southern with
black points, has a star in forehead you can get your Boots and Shoes imide
et^oying weather that is just simply ' term the Bridge|>ort .Suicide Club California. There arc thirty-seven of j and stands 17 bauds high; weight 1700. to order and warranted, which for dur-' Timber lands a specflH|
lie is spirited, showy and handsome,
perfect, and the best part of it is at Bridge|s>rt. (’min., four years these vesaels at present engaged in the with
a lofty carriage and fine action. He ability and comfort cannot be excelled I
that this state of ihe climate will ago. It was agreed that one mem coast huulier trade between San Diego received the first prominin in the “horse- elsewhere.
Locating and Timbar Craix
of-wll-work” class at Oakland. Cal., and
continue all summer.
ber should end his life each year. and the Columbia river, and nearly all of San Jose; also, won second prize at the Kef>airing\ Rubber Roots, a Specialty. I BAY CITY, - ORE
Livermore fair in W89, being entered in
: not because of any dissatisfaction them are registered here. They have the
special (“lass assigned for all-purpose i
THE NOTEO ORAFT STALLION
Tillamook county is experienc I with or weariness of life, but mere- been deriving revenue by carrying pas- ’ horses, having many of this class of
ing n very favorable und gratifying I ly for the excitement the agreement rangers, with coal for ballast. A few
reaction, religiously, socially ami brought. The agref'ment. so far. days ago the inspectors of steam vessels
Will make the season 0^89’) in Tilla
in matters of education. The era has been lived iqi to. There were and hulls were notified to enforce the I'NTl- Rl'RlSl'., J r ., was sired by the mook at Goodspeed's barn, adjoining the
of church building has In-gun in at first five members, and in last department regulation allowing such ves 1- Norman horse E nterprise ; he bvthe town.
celebrated Nortntn horse S t . I jvwrhncb ,
earnest. The facilities for educa January there were only two left. sels, licensed to carry passengers, to kad the largest Norman horse ever imported
the imparted I
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the United States, weighing 2160.
tion are In-ing greatly improved, the president and secretary, The only to u certain point, with reference to into
Dam, a fine Cleveland Bay.
and the social status is on the latter, whose name is Wendell the deck lint. This regulation would C. T. H ills ,
P rop . M ajor was sired by G lkxold J i - xioi ,
mend. It is with regret that we Baum, sold his farm the other day, allow the schooners to carry but about
the winner of the Gold Medal for draft
admit that the line of distinction turned the proceeds over to lis half their usual load and would really
vnsi KiHE for the TILLAMOOK stallions nt the Philadelphia Expewition ;
Will stand at Tillamook, durin Gei
he by Joint Corp, the great prize-wiuner
has not been very marked between wife, and tlieu ent his throat, leav-1 amount to a prohibition oi carrying paa-
HEADLIGHT, the only newa- of England.
respectability and lunnllumism in ing all the glory of the club to the sengers on their down trips. Those most
paper in Tillamook county His dam was a Morgan mare; grand the season, commencing Ml
aocial circles, but the schools ami chief officer. The sooner now he interested are preparing a petition to the
giving nil the county aewi*. dam, J ohn ; great grartl-dam, tiiacK
—S ervice $10 to I nscr
churches will s<x>n work a whole- enrries out his part of the agree coast delegation iq congnm to have the
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sonte change in that direction.
ment. the 1'i'tter. Observer.
w. D. ILLIN3SW0RTH M. P. Hathaway.
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The prices I mean
DENTAL < HOTEL
(©F SAN MJANCI8®©.)
Groceries,, I)rv Goods,
Botjts, Shoes, Kats & Cap
Doors and YYiiido
$ 1.50 per year.