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About Tillamook headlight. (Tillamook, Or.) 1888-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1890)
RALLY, REPGSUCAKC ! I
TIDE T/\BLE for
fudge W. II. Cooper lias just returned
The merchants here are doing more
A. J. Gaylord, Thomas Colgate, and
from Portland on a business trip. Ha Francis and Joseph Cronen are making
business this spring than ever before.
WITH has been laying in additional stock for a canoe trip down the Nehalem to salt
Krebs Bros, have their yard full of fine
MASS MEETINGS ATNEHALEM
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his hardware store. He reports general . . water. Their ls»at is a 29-foot canoe with
fir and spruce luml«>r, and passer» by
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confidence in the State Republican ticket. water-tight compartments and every
Fino weather at last.
can hear the buzzing of the saws iu the
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E. 1! Jacoby has gone to Portland on steam mill on Little Nestucca.
Speech-making—T. B. Handley
Tlie steamer Louis Olsen came into thing ship-shape and ready for the
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will address the people.
port Monday evening with u cargo of numerous rapids they expect to shoot. business.
Bees are making honey, stock is look
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freight and twenty passensers. She left This is a trip, says the Nehalem Journal,
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The road is reported quite good between ing well and we are looking forward fora
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Tlie Republicans will c[>en the cam Wednesday evening louded with lumber I the dangers and beauties of which are Bay City and Tillamook.
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enough to set a sportsman’s blood boil
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eha for Portland, .from Barker A Smith’s mill
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The njusie of the violin and the sound
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ing. The river runs through some of the
in this city.
visiting friends in Buy City.
of dancing fuel are heard every few even
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i . km school Ho: sit, Saturday, May 17, at
finest scenery in the Northwest and winds
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Mr. Trowbridge is building a neat office ings.
1 r. m . ; at T illamook , Saturday, May 2-1,' Tom Nelson will make regular trips ■ around wild and majestic mountains up
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from this place to McMinnville, Sheridan
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opposite from the Bay City hotel.
A wedding took place at Woods last
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at 7 1‘. M.; al W oods , Tuesday, May 27, and Lafayette currying passengers henee-
manner of game. If the sportsmen of! Work has commenced on the church Sunday, tli< rs was anegher on April
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forth. He arrives here on Saturday and
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the large Eastern cities only knew what ' 1 lots. Considerable grading has to be i iu the ne’ghborhiH d of Big Nestucca.
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T. B. Handley will make speeches and , leaves on Monday. At present he goes they are missing the river would soon be done before the foundation is laid. There
Travel lias conimeuced on the Big Nes
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other good speakers are expected. Tlie | via Nestucca.
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full of ca|>sized canoes. Plenty of elk will be a grand view of the ocean from tucca toll road. Mr. Landingham, ths
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present owner of '.he read, is putting it in
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the church grounds.
political issues of the day, and especially I C. S. Clark, of the Sheridan Courier, reported in the unsurveyed district.
made this office a call this we- k. Mr.
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better condition than it has ever lieen be
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Clark is a live newspaper man and pub
fore. He has changed the road at Horn
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in an able manner. Everybody turn oct. ' lishes a sprightly newspaper. He was
rmrslay >v il«» ill 6-, i 10 22; S.(
hill in such a way that there is no
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All are cordially invited to attend, accompanied by C. Allison, one of Sheri
We are getting lots of mail now; pull scarcely now at all. Mr Landing
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I noticed in your pajier an article re
garding tlie origin of the name Aft. Hebo. thanks.
ham put in about two hundred days
whether Democrats or Ilepul licaus.
,l»ve Table is ii>r Dry Blocking Bar, not
Gardening is about all done in this work on the change at Horn Creek, lie
Subscribers to the Tillamook and It was named by Mr. J. Lamson, aa old
Tlllsiuook, or 1 illatnook Bar.
Thebeirbl 1« reckoned from the level of aver-
Astoria Telegraph and Telephone Com pioneer of Oregon and a respected citizen local ity, aud a good crop is insured if it lias several meu at work now and by the
’taxer'.nW waters, lo which Hie soundings
r want „jiienou
15th of .May, the Big Nestucca Road will
pany will meet Saturday niglit in Sur of Willamina. He named it Iievo, and rains soon.
the Coast Survey charts.
veyor Wilson's office. The articles of when we petitioned for the postoffiee, the
B. W. Turner returned from Yamhill be a pleasant carriage drive, from Grand
County Court is in session this week.
incorporation were received and filed by papers eatno for Hebo instead of Hevo last Wednesday, lie talks of starting a R.mde to tho beach.
So the change in the name is my fault butcher shop ip town.
G. O Nolan has gone to Portland on the Secretary of State.
Among tlie improvements on the road
S tatk .
in nut being a belter quill slinger.
............... Sylvester rennoyer.
School commenced two weeks ago and that is worthy of consideration is tho
........ .......... Geo. \V. McBride
J. M. K nifoxo .
There was a dance at E. M. Keys* Sat ing every week now, and as soon ns
is running very smoothly under the cutting off of two fords on Three Rivers,
... G. W. Webb.
at ZOU Mueudructlo..
. . E. U. McElroy. urday night.
of Miss Cavitt.
.................................. Frnuk Baker.
W. W. Thayer, W. P. Lord,
A substantial wooden awning has been be a great rush in this direction. Those
Crop-Weather Bulletin No. 8.
R. S. Strahan.
who havo come, report a great many
, constructed in front of the bank.
D istrict .
V. B. DeLashmutt, Claude Thayer place on South Prairie, Saturday, May 10.
R. P. Boise
The steamer Augusta will probably
H. II. Hewitt
and G. O. Nolan, on Tuesday, filed arti A. Harris aud Tom Lyster, managers. p'OR WEEK KS121SU SATVRUAY, MAY 3, 1S9O.I
iwant, Attorney • ...................................
C ounty .
leave Forthind for this place to-day.
Tlie sheriff seems to have little confi cles incorporating the Tillamook Water Everybody is invited.
........ W. II. Cooper.
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........ ............................ ................ R. R. Hay«.
M ono . R omeo .
S. Scovell has been appointed ]>ost- dence in the people of this county, as he Co., which has, for its purpose the estab
3PECT I toimenUthe
for the past week ha»
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lishment of water works to supply the
J. W. Maxwell. miistey at Onion l’eak vice >8. K. Scovell,
been above the normal. Since January
and who can claim but a short residence town with needful protection against fire
xhiwl Superni tendent............. . .. IxT. Maulsby. ! deceased.
1st, it has averaged below the normal.
A*ci.wr .......................................... .......... Ja*par Smith.
Canditates are beginning to lt»m up in the county. As to liis standing and and do away with the use of wells which
........... A. P. Wilson.
There was no rainfall during the week.
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always become unhealthful in a town.
...............-, ............. I '!*• Maulaby. now. They are shaking hands with the
From January 1st, 1889, to date, about
ComiuiMioner« ... W. T. West and il. I*. Holden.
j dear people.
Otto Heins the new photographer has Stock has been all taken and immediate
Mr. Landingham is putt-ng the toll the average has fallen. The amount of
J. r. Sherlock's and Henry Tobi’s arrive! and will soon be ready for busi steps will be taken to ascertain the most road iu Bplendid shape.
sunshine has lieen above the average for
liquor licenses were allowed by tlie I ness. He will build a two-story building accessible place from which water can
the week. Almost cloudless weather has*
near the G. A. It. hall for his gallery.
prevailed during the past seven days.
TlLLAMOOX CllASUK. M. E. CUL'KCU,
moving to Sand Lake and one to our
He makes a speciality of enlarging pho-
The nights have been much warmer,
Hot Sunday in the mouth, South Prairie 10 3O
| ton in crayon, aud excels in this line of lights will be the next thing in order.
aud no frosts are reported. This is the
Pleasant Valley 2:30 and work for the straight Republican !
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The weather is splendid; the 1-ees second week of g.rod growing weather
The Columbia river in rising three or
7:30 ticket all day.
Papers have been filed in the case of four inches a -lay and the Willamette is are storing honey fast now, ami the this season and all vegetation has shown
country will with milk and honey fl-'W.
lue beneficial effucl of the weather.
7:3V the school building on the 16th and I7tli J. W. Maxwell vs. Tillamook county to rising from back water.
Sunday School in Tillamook every SiHiday 10;oo
recover wages for work in supervising the
Married, at the residence of the bride’s While the low lands are generally moist
Paver me •ti;n.,8 Thur«.lay cveniuRs
7:30 of this month.
construction of the Nehalem and Nes-
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. A. C. Gist, April yet, general rain would prove beneficial.
If special fHWtorlal service iad Hired, call on
Water and Land Pets.
thenn.lcrsifatd al the Parsonage, opposite the
The steamer Scotia, owned by the tucea road The matter will come up
Mr. Arthur Dimmick to Miss Georgie
Truckee Lumber Company, camo into in tlie August term of the Circuit Court
J. II. W ood , Pastor.
The steam schooner Louis Olsen. Cap Gist.
Winter and spring sown wheat is re
the bay Monday.
before Judge Boise.
tain F. A. Johnson, arrived Monday
ported to be in excellent condition,
T illamook C ircuit , M. E. C hurch , S outh .
Vote the straight Republican ticket at
The Nehalem Journal of April 1st, evening from Tillamook, says the Asto-
"Prospect» were never better at this sea
The candidates says: The T illamook H kad K iuiit lias rian. Dr. W. W. Green and family, of
Appointments in part—subject to modification. the coming election.
The steamer Augusta is evpected daily. son fora bountiful wheat crop,” is re
Tillumook. firM Sunday, morning and evening.
been enlarged to a six column paper. It
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The Str. Scotia left Wednesday for San ported irom various wheat districts. Early
South Prairie, third "at
A vote forR. It. Hays for County Clerk still presents its usual newsy and neat been nt Tillamook and vicinity for two or
10:150 p 1’ . . m
Pleasant Valley, " ”
spring sown grain is up; the late sown
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M. . is a vote for a man who will keep the appearance, and gives the the Watch three weeks and are homeward bound. Francisco.
would be materially benelitted by rain.
D aniel M. C onway , I’astor.
county book« in good shape.
tower, the regular weekly allopathic dose
Tillamook Dr. Green saw a young sea Elmore cannery, will go to Astoria soon .
Janies Rvau reports being chased by of strong medicine.
C hristian C hurch .
been especially favor
Gus. Anderson went to Alaska the fore
cougars a few nights ago. IIo took
The Republicans w ho are candidates
IHrr II n M-ie-lAS, Pastor: Will preach nt
able to tlie fruit crop. The warmer nights
to the various oflices are all good men and was making piteous cries. The boat part of last weox, where he intends to
Tlllunook. un the third suit ftftli Sunday * 01 refuge in Mr. Bester’s house.
md bright sunshine have done much
was headed towards the little fellow and
r.«i ninnlli. al 11 :oO A. M-, and 7:30 r. M. All
I.et every Republican turn out to the and if elected will be a credit to the as soon as he saw them he »Warn for fish.
arr cordially invited.
towards advancing the fruit past its
John and Torn Johnson have gone to
polls on election day. If a full vo.e is county and inspire confidence in tlie them at once and was picked up and
stage, liable to be injured by frost. The
polled, there is no danger^ defeat
pencil and apple crop will lie less than
taken on board. He is evidently not
The Truckee Lumber Company »awed are slaughtered it will be a hard blow to mor-' than three or four days old, but has is very sick.
.in average; other fruits and berries give
promise of immense yields. Many acre»
"1LLAMOOK LODGE NO. 57. at their mills at Hobsonville l,300,0o0
a thick, soft fur of a silver gray color,
most of which are land-hunters. There
A. E. & A. M., meets on the feet of lumber during the month of April. future.
has no teeth, but will suck ami try to is plenty of vacant land here yet, which of new orchards will come into bearing
first Saturday niibt of each
Decoration day will be duly observed chew fresh fish, and takes milk from a
month. Special inc-tii:jrs for work
G. \V. Fearnsidc is making n business
evcrv Kriday night. Visitinghreth-
will make good homes for industrious this year.
ren invited to attend.
trip to Portland, and Theo. Steinhilber j here under the auspices of the G. 2!. R nursing bottl ' like any well regulated persons who are willing to face the diffi
H. V. V. Johnson, W. M.
has charge of hi» store during bis alisence. The procession will form at 1 o’clock at baby. The doctor will try and raise him, culty and hardships at first. J. A. C.
F. 1>. Ilasbrouck, Sec’y.
In Washington county, maples, alder
G. A. R. hall and march to the cemetery. as the little fellow seems fond of people,
Full court proceedings will be given Tlie Odd Fellows and Masons are ex-
and hazel arc in lent, one month later
likes being petted, will lie down with
'II.LAMHOK lodge next week.
Up to tiic hour of going to
than lust year, Ground is ill excellent
|iected to attend in a body, also the Tilla children and follow them around. On
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condition. Iu < lackamaa, the ground
Pel- pres» much of the business was unfin mook Cornet Band will be in attendance.
the vessel are two more pets, which bo-
low's hall every Satur-
E. T. Werner left for Cascades.
is drying out. < >11 uplands of the Wil-
—'day night, except the ished.
Everybody is invited.
lung to the captain. They are two young
has not begun yet for want of lametta valley, rain is especially needed.
lr*t Saturday of each month.
A vote for Ilellenbrand for Sheriff is a
N. 1’. Roberts, N.G.
W. C. King, Sec’y.
A party is being organized in this city black bears or cubs, one of which was a teacher.
In Benton, at the Agricultural College
vote to electa man who will collect the to start for Tillamook county to take up
found afloat on a log, and the ottier,
Mr. J. Hill Snd Mr. Casv have gone grasses are blading out, garden pea*
delinquent taxes and lighten tho burden titnlicr claims. It is their intention to which is younger, was captured when his
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meet« first We.lnes
quit, high, radishes and lettuce growing
take a surveyor from hero to locate and mother was killed a few Hays ago near to Portland on business.
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day of ctu-h rionth
lldelv, strawberries as large as a dime,
\ in G.aii.l < inl.al Ball.
Work has been resumed on the new survey the land for them. A portion of Tillamook. During the day the cubs
J. Whiling, Goininauder.
apple trees in fuil bl snn. Oak trees have
church and it is proposed to havo it fin-1 the party has already gone and they will play on the deck, seemingly perfectly for Mr. Baxter, chopped hie hand badly.
generally leafed out in western Oregon,
J. Hill lias sold his store to Mr. Casey.
isned and ready for dedication on the lie joined by the balance in a few days. contented and at night they are confined
in" Douglas county, in neighborhood of
fourth Sunday iu July.
in a coop where they quarrel and fight ill Mr. Casey and family have.taken posses Roseburg, the p -nch crop generally killed
The posl-offi.*.. at Tillamook will be open every
A story of treasure buried in this county
The latest ]>o]itical gag is the announce-
by the April frosts. In Jackson county,
day tn the
fi-oni 7 o'clock a . m ., I o S o'clock
r a., and on Sunday from a to loA.
mid Irom in an early day by the crew of a wrecked ment of Bill Smith as an indep nd< nt
Mr. Baxter is at work rebuilding the grape vines budding out, one mouth later
»tn 4 v. M. Mnils close at 45 minutes past 7 I'. M.
bridge that was washed out by high than la-t year.
He can probably
ey order and registered business dose at 5 Spanish vessel, will api>ear in this paper candidate for Sheriff,
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In eastern Oregon, shee[>-shearlng Is in
J. C. Mason, Post-master.
The basket social given for the benefit
Quite a number oi the men about town candidacy is not as much out of place m-
Mr. and Mrs. Evans, from Little Nes- full sway, the elip is good and wool
have ordered plug hats. They will arrive that of McDermott for Treasurer, as ho of the band last Friday night was a suc tucca have been visiting at Mr. Bhort- weighing well, l’lums and prunes, in
TILL A MOOK
on the Augusta. They will be black silk j was not a candidate before tlie Repuuli- cess in every particular. The band gave rjdge's at the Mountain house.
the interior sections in blossom. The
'idtne excellent selections, »nd the differ
LAUNDRY, tiles of the latest style, and all alike. j can convention, and McDermott was.
grain piospe. ts throughout this section
ent members favored the audience with
LESTHK hart . P ro ».
were never better. Spring grain is gen
washing gathered and The Yamhill Reporter makes its Tilla- j pon’t forget that this paper publishes songs ami instrumental music. The Ger
B. 8. P aovi .
mook correspondent say that this county three times as much Real and county
deliver g d. every week.
man duet by Mr. and Mrs. Smith was ex*
Observer, U. H. Signal Service Ass’t. Di
Fallili V washing and ironing a specialty. imports "cheat” from San Francisco f. r newg aB all the other county papers put
cellent. and the l>est feature of the evening.
—Sl'fTS CLEAN! D TO ORDER.— feed. It undoubtedly means “chop.”
rector, Oregon Weather Bureau.
together. New subscribers and those A banjo solo by Wilber Stillwell was re
When are we to have that wedding?
It is whispered a certain officer of the ( who pay a year in advance can get the ceived with deafening applause. Dr.
C. H Bodie law is in the habit of catching law-break- Call'or Free Press for 35 cents extra. So
Mr. Wood is layed up with a bad cold.
Patchen sang a song which created great
er» on the street and fining them without you can supply yourself with nil the read merriment.
D. F. Edmunds has just received n
II. Booth started for Sheridan Thurs
Various others deserve
going to the trouble of giving them a ing matter you want for $1 85 ]>er year,
fine assortment of bools aud shoe» from
.■qiecial mention. After the musical ex day
The steamer Augusta came in Wed Sait Francisco.
Bridges are needed very much across ercises were over, the sale of the baskets
We »re constantly adding new faces of
Mrs. J. Grabc-1 anil Chas. Grabel, of t|ic Nehalem and Big and Little Nestucca began. D. T Edmunds and A. Letcher nesday.
type and new cut» to our office. Any
Hillsboro, are coming to Tillamook to rivcrSr and the county should build them acted as auctionerers and there was great
Have opened the only first-class two- live. Grandma Grabel is getting very 1 BS soon a3 ¡t js able, With three or four excitement and enthusiasm during the
thing not in stock will be secured on
chair shop in the county. Hair cutting
iu ihe latest style. Give them a trial old and will reside with Mr. and Mrs. i good bridge» in the different sections bidding. Tlie baskets sold well, bring
Our merchants received new stocks by short notice.
the county would be connected so that it ing on an average nearly three dollars the Augusta.
and they will give von a good job. One Geo. Squire».
Alicias < of billheads, letter head»*
door South of the Grand Central.
Ixiuis S. Abrams, traveling salesmen ' would be possible to travel the full length each. One basket »old for seven didlars
etc., tabulated with blocking
Krebs Bros, are running their bee hive
KUfCH & BODLE.
for one of the lending shoe houses of the ' of it at any season. The county will be first, and was resold, until over fifteen . factory in full blast.
' cement at this office wit bout extra charge.
dollars was realized from it. After de
Call and see our work.
coast was in the city this week aud sold more prosperous when this is done.
Mr. Brown, of Cape Lookout, s]-ent a
large bills of goods to most of our lead-
We are prepared to execute large pos
Acertain paper published in this county ducting all exjicnditurcs, the receipts of . few da) a iu the city last week.
ter work in colors, blended or otherwise,
1 that claims to be Republican, is working the evening amounted to more than
|^l VER Y STABLE
Land hunters are numerous
Look in a manner that will compare favorably
Don’t “swap” your votes ou election in the interest of the Democrats and is Esch of the baskets contained a dainty '
lunch prepared by the fair damsel or j out for a big rush this summer.
I w ith any establishment.
day for the benefit of one man. If every ,l0;ng everything it can in an underhand
It is rumored that psrties from the
First-class single and double Republican votes the straight ticket, it wav to defeat several of the Republican dame whose nutnlier was on the attached
J. C. Maxon has received a large stock
will lie elect'd wittiout trading for the nominee», Beware of its fabrications. ' tag. and after all were sold, the gentle valley will build a first-class hotel here of agricultural implements. He has
turnouts kept on hand
in the near future.
It is moved by personal and private in- j
mowers, plows, hand planters, wagons
benefit of one man.
tlie ladles who held the corresponding ,
Boarding and transient stocK
Mrs Mary Smith, of Moore’s Valley, terest altogether and docs net care a fig numbers took their places iu order along ' The dance at Oretown last week was ami buggies. Fee Lis "ad" next week.
earefully cared for.
Yamhill county, will commence a six- tor the dear people, which it feigns to side, which was followed by a march an enjoyable affair. Several of the
Wc have a large stock of pencil tahlots
8x9, in block* of 200 sheets. They ar®
montli's school at Netarts next Monday. take such an interest in. It wishes only and the devouring of the viands in the young i-Cople from this side attended.
Stillwell & Ebermarii
N abob . 1 just the thing for school work or "siratch-
Sbe taught there last year aud gave ex-: to wreak out spite and revenge on a few baskets. G<xxl natu.-ed hilarity prevail-1
men in order to force them to show it
Isjoks'* for business mon. We make
Proprietäre. cellent satisfaction.
- ed all through and everybody went home 1
! thctn.Stny size, to order.
Capt. Staples of the steamer Improve- favors. •
Nothwithrtauding the poor transporta
G D. Biggs advertises his stallion
ment, refused to pay bis poll tax and he
Spring lias at last returned ; and the
was prosecuted before Justice Ralston . tion facilities, the arrivals in this place
Heifers for Sale.
people appreciate the raya of old Sol. “Trude J roll ar” with poaler». The work
He will now have to pay his tax with will average forty persons per week for
when lie «hows his face through the waa executed in the H ka D i totiT jolvde-
the past month, ami it is safe to presume
A few head of two and three-year-old
partment, the only office in the county
|13 additional in the way of costs.
that one-half of them w ill .remain bére heifer» for sale. Call on,
prepared to do such work.
Everybody take notice of tbelfepubli- i
Fann work is about finished up for !
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At this rate the popula
H. D. Br.aTEK.
can meetings to be held in thia county.
this spring, The ranchers in this part of
tion of the town and county will be ma
It will pay you to hear T. B. Handley
the country were conifielleil to <k> more
terially increased during the next six
Large Ranch for Sale.
speak, as he is one of the beat posted
than the usual amount of work on ac
Eon S alk .—Two four-year- Id bulls.
There is no doubt, however,
Exchange Business men in the country on political question», months.
but that the number of arrivals at the s Good location and a chance to make count of the high water taking away to Girth ni.usure aluut <1’2 leet each.
and can present them in an able and
C. W. A lley ,
present time will be insignificant in com money from the start with a small ex much fencing, but it will all be completed
Interest paid on time deposits.
forcible manner. Turn out; a reusing
in due season.
N aliala in.
parison to what will come in the fature penditure Enquire at this office.
C-4. E. TH AYER, • • Tillamook tine is expected.
DI I !
Kutch & Bodie.
C. & E THAYER,