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TILLAMOOK, OREGON, MARCH «6, 1903
* 1.50 per year,
arriving there he married Miss Clarissa
Editorial Tit Bits.
into Binger's, or any other aspirant's,
McCain, who died March 15, 1878. He
band wagon before we know what they
Good bye, Joe. Think upon us when are going to do for Tillamook. And for
was married the second time to Mrs.
Ha rah Berry on Jan. 18, 1886. Of these you get to Napa.
that reason it is well for Tillamook to
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two marriages nine children were born,
know where its at before it commits
eight of whom are living, with his faith
ful wife, to mourn their loss. Mr. Foster wife and family would resurrect his |
was fi resident of Yamhill county for grandmother nnd sell her body for n stiff. I . Call for General Fund Warrants.
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All county General Fund Warrants
nearly 40 years, having taken a dona
Strange, but it’s true, the last three
tion claim near Sheridan, which became fires in Tillamook were on premises be serries E. endorsed prior to March 1st
valuable, making him one of the wealthy longing to members of the hose com 1900 are now payable and will be paid on
farmeis of that county.
He came to pany—and they did not put up the cigars presentation. Interest ceases this date
March 24, 1903.
Tillamook .about five years ago.
for the bovs.
P. W. Todd,
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Chairman A. W. Severance called the
President Roosevelt is coming to Ore
republican county central committee to
order on Saturday, when it was decided gon, and by not visiting Tillamook he is
to hold the primaries on Saturday, the missing the best part of the woolly west.
received until April 15th,
the iTlost Complete in Tillamook.
28th March, at one o’clock, and the con.
I vention at the court house oh Saturday, county will vie with each other in mak 1903, by the Tillamook Dairy Associa
the 4th April, at ten o’clock. The repre- ing a cheese for Mr. Eddy to present to tion for 125 cords of four foot alder
Ule «nt Headquarters for
1 sentation decided upon was one delegate the president.
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Dated Tillamook, Oregon, March 18,
1 from each precinct and one for every ten
We looked for a democratic rooster on
or major part, votes cast for the late the public school building on Monday, j 1903.
S. SEVERANCE, Secretary.
| Congressman Tongue, which gives each but evidently the young men have not 1
precint the number of delegates as below : yet cut their eye teeth in practical jokes
Call for Road Warrants.
3 and high school yells. Rah ! rah ! rah '
8 Sandlake ...
County Road Fund Warrant series
5 Fairview ...
9 Emersonians ! Rah I Cock-a-doodle- F. endorsed prior to December 1st 1902,
If you want anything in the Hardware bine call us up.
do I Emersonians !
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
are now payable and will be paid on
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It is reported that a smooth fellow, presentation. Interest ceases from this
2 one of the fraternity who makes annual date March 24th 1903,
3 L. Nestucca
P. W. Todd,
2 excursions to this county for the express
In a letter received from Senator J. H. purpose of milking the dairymen or their
wives, worked the religious dodge last
Mitchell, he informs us that Major W. C.
week on some of the people in the south
Langfitt has not yet made a report to
TILLAMOOK JOTTINGS. You can get Gray Oats or White Beardless Barley for seed at the department regarding the proposed part of the county. But what a surprise On and after April 1st, 1903, the
Oats for seed at Gangloff & Snuf Gangloff & Snuffer’s.
improvement of Tillamook bar. The when they saw the man who had asked freight rate per Pacific Navigation Co's,
a blessing before meals playing cards in Steamers will be $5 per ton from Port
It i.43 vears old.
Strayed, a two year old heifer, brown senator concludes by saying : “I will
It is a home company.
loud and San Francisco. For further in
“You will have to hurry !' !” or ton will and white, both ears marked. Is in poor keep following the matter up in th? de this city on Sunday.
It is a policy holder's company.
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formation regarding quantity shipments
not get that pretty Easter bonnet nt condition. Owner can recover the same partment here, and will do ail I can to
It does business only in the U.S.
If the Tillamook jxople ever felt apply to.
bv calling upon John A. Burkhalter nnd expedite the work.” The letter he re
It has not contested a claim in 20
E lmore & Co., Gen. Agts., Astoria ;
A 4-0-foot addition will be made to paying cost.
ceived from the department was as fol proud, it should have been on Saturday
evening when they listened to the pupils
or B. C. L amb , Agt., Tillamook.
German services will be held Sunday
It is named lor the fnther of his
of the high school. Rob those young
Washington, March 13, 1903.
house and feed store.
men of high school privileges and the
Hon. John H. Mitchell,
Miss Ruth Cooper came home from from 12 noonftill 1. Sunday school from
It is worthy of its name.
ability they displayed on Saturday
will be received at tlie
1 till 2. All German speaking people in
It is the Washington Life Insurance
never have been
S ir ,—Acknowledging the receipt of would probably
County Clerk’s office up to and including
been attending college.
vited.—John Looser, pastor.
Company of New York.
the 7th instant, which was not received brought out. No better argument could
Mrs. Sturgeon will move her millinery
A fire alarm brought out the hose com at this office until yesterday, I beg to say be advanced for high schools, and we April 1st. 1903, for the removing of
H. T. Botts, for abstracts.
parlors to the store opposite the post pany on Saturday evening to extinguish that the report of survey of Tillamook would like to see every section of the I stumps and grading of the road from the
office vacated by Mrs. Todd.
C. ’Ben Riesland for a home
a fire between the ceiling and roof in 0. Bay and Bar, Oregon, authorized by the county enjoying the benefits of a good bridge near the farm of G. T. Jenkins to
the Bester Ford, said road being 3}j
Mrs. Chas. Hiatt and family left on E. Quick’s kitchen. The boys lost no river and harbor act ofjune 13,1902, high school.
N. Jones, of Spruce, was in the city 0:1
miles in length and grade to be 10 feet
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Monday to visit her parents near Gales time in getting it out, the chemicals has not yet been received. Upon its re
It may be that very little interest will in width; and where no grade is made
Farm loans at 6 percent. Apply to
ceipt I shall be pleased to communicate be taken in the republican primaries next the stumps to be removed from said road
W. C. Trombley, of Bay City, had the was to the roof which will have to be with you further on the subject.
B. L. Eddy.
Saturday and the convention a week bed 8 feet wide. Dated this I2th day of
The latter of your correspondent will later. But, considering that Tillamook March. 1903.
Rev. J. R. Welch c4me in from Woods misfortune to cut his foot with an ax
while cruising timber on the Cape last
By order of County Court,
I be retained until further reply shall be is trying to get an appropriation for the
leave on the next steamer. O11 account made.
improvement of the bar, it seems to us
. C. Morton was in the city on
Mrs. Sturgeon carries the latest crea of poor health Mr. White had to resign Very respectfully, your obedient servant, that the people should take moreinterest
A. M ac K enzir ,
tions in millinery and can furnish yon
in them „than heretofore, for the next
Farm loans 7 per cent. Apply to C.
Notice to Milk Producer*.
Acting Chief of Engineers.
with styles of which you would be and will take a rest for several months,
congressman from the first district will
visiting his friends in the East. It is not
After April 1st «and until further notice,
be the gentleman whom we shall have to
¿««■Atterbury was up from Oretown
known who will fill the vacancy, altho
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thompson returned
rely upon to get $500,000 for this pro the Tillamook Creamery Company will
ugh there is some probability of a rela
to this city on Wednesday from Cali-
ject inserted in the next river and harbor manufacture Cheese at 1% cents and
The jury list for the April term of the bill. So it is highly important that con- Rutter nt
Miami cheese factory will start «P fornia, where they have been several tive of Prof. Whitney being called.
cents per pound, and nil
The following members of the Legisla Circuit Court was drawn as follows :
about the first.
siderable interest be taken in them so as money accumulated therefrom over nnd
Donaldson, John, Hoquarton, clerk.
ture will act with Governor Chamber-
¿»yearlings for Sale.— Apply at the
to elect delegates who have the political above running expenses and a dividend
C. Ben just completed a deal trans
Paul, Frank, South Prairie, farmer.
lain in arranging for the reception and
pull and who are 111 touch with those in of six |xr cent on the stock of the com
ferring the forty acres belonging to J.
Boquist, N. G., Tillamook, farmer.
pany, will be returned at the end of the
Samuel Olds, of Fairdale, was in the Abplanalp in Pleasant Valley to Fred entertainment of President Roosevelt on
power and the present administration.
Cone, VV. S., Bay. timlxr cruiser.
his arrival in Oregon; Senators Brow
year to the patron^ of the creamery in
city On Monday.
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Hogan, C. W., Union, farmer.
nell of Clackamas, Kuykendall of Lane,
The Salem Journal in discussing the proportion to milk delivered.
J. C. Currie, of .Portland, was in the
Miss Queenie Kelty, who has been re- Carter of Jackson, Croisan of Marion
Effenberger, Jos., Nehalem, farmer.
By order of the Board of Directors.
ability of the different persons who have
city on Saturday.
siding with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Alder- and Wehrung of Washington; Repre
Balmer, Fred, Bay, laborer.
JOS. SANDERS, Pres.
been mentioned for congress has this to
W|| E Catterlin, of McMinnville, was man, will leave on the next steamer for sentatives Harris of Lane, Eddy of
Bevins, Amos, Beaver, farmer.
A. 0. HUNT,
say about Mr. B L. Eddy : This
in the city Monday.
Hoskins, W. H., Foley, farmer.
Tillamook, Banks of Multnomah, Gault
gentleman hails from the Tillamook
D. B Gaunt, of McMinnville, was in
Tillamook City, from all reports, is to of Washington, Hale of Josephine, Her
Haag, Ernest, Beaver, farmer.
country, and has fought his way to the
the city on Tuesday.
have another clothing store, to be locat- mann of Coos. Jones 6f Lincoln, Galloway
Chambe rlain, E. A., Sand Lnke, farmer. front from the obscurity and gloom ot
Great Rush to Get Land.
Hanson, N. P., Hebo, farmer.
Captain Geo. Hunt was in from the ed in the store previously occupied bv of Yamhill and Bilyeu of Lane.
the tall forests of the coast region. It
R oseburg , Or., March 23.—Official
Jacobson & Co.
Commons, A. M., Little Nestucca, makes very little difference whether this
lighthouse on Friday.
Elmer Allen had a gay time Monday
coming convention nominates him or notice has Ixen issued from the Roseburg
The starting of a Commercial Club is evening celebrating his eleventh birthday farmer.
Born. on Saturday, to the wife of Mr.
Kays, Jesse, Sand Lake, farmer.
not, as a lawmaker and orator in legis Land Office thnt township 31, in ranges
a move in the right direction, for it can with a large crowd of liis young friends
]. lllingsworth, a son.
lative bodies his reputation is securely 9 and 10, will be thrown open for entry
Born, on the 18th inst., to the wife of accomplish many things which will be to in the opera house. They all had a royal
Christensen. W. H., Little Nestuccn, established. If the honor of the nomi Friday, March 27. This township con
Mr. H. L. Fowler, a son.
nation for congress should come to him. sists of a large body of timber land
Joseph Price had his home burned on tained by Mrs. Allen and a number of farmer.
Bert Donaldson came in on the
district would remain Republican and lying almost west of West Fork, and is
Saturday, destroying the household friends. The voung folks were :
Redon do from California.
would be represented with dignity and j in the extreme southern portion oi
Girls : Mami Bowen, Dott nnd Lucele
furniture and the clothing of his family.
L> T. Bynum is up from Hobsonville,
ability. As a lawyer nnd hs a man B. L. I Douglas County. As there have been
A subscription was taken up for him.
Pauline Aiderman, Viola Sappington,
having a siege of the grip.
C. E. Hadley, Tillamook, saloon Eddy ranks among the substantiate of j many “ squatters’’ on this township
Mr. F. S. Whitehouse is expected back Euna and Ilo Quick, Maggie Welt, Ollie keeper.
Mr A. J. Cohn left for Portland on
Oregon. It is not understood that he is i there is expected a large rush at the
Welt, Ollie Case, Nctte and Velme With
San Pranciaco, and it is reported row,
Glad, Erick, Tillamook, farmer.
Sunday on a business trip.
seeking the nomination or is even a can- 1 Land Office Friday morning, foras usual
Melva Jones, Jesse andEthel David,
he has been successful in contracting the Sadie Guptill. Hazel and Stella Smith,
didate and yet it would not lx fair to ihe timber sharks will be ready to
Mi B. O. Snuffer left on Sunday for a
lumber from the mill to parties in that Mabie Edmunds.
him out of this cruise of the con crowd the settlers out, as the land office
bminess trip in Portland.
Bovs : Carl Grayson, Fred Bowen,
Bain. A. T., Hebo, farmer.
tall timber of the first district. officials register only those who can get
Forrest J. Ayer and W. N. Bays, of
to the counter in a first-come-first served
Mrs. F. J. Gobnr wns down from the Floyd and Howard Woolfe, Roy and
Billings, Dan, South Prairie, farmer.
Blaine. were in the city Sunday.
order. The List time a new section was
Trask house on Saturday to take in the Harry Tuttle, Harry and John Loomis,
Hellenbrand, Oscar, Little Nestucca
Many of our citizens are extremely thrown open the counters in front of the
We are glad to hear that Mrs. Lottie debate, and to watch her son. Geo. Arthur Edmunds, Arthur Case, Oscar farmer.
anxious that the new congressman for Land Office rooms were crowded with
Ross Clements, Frank Schrader,
Griggs is considered a little better.
Gobar, preside over one of Tillamook’s Tittle,
King, W. C., Sand Lake, farmer.
Horace Sappington,James Smith, Emery
the first district should be a strong friend settlers, who slept there all night in
Rt L. Fullerton has returned to the big «audiences.
Drew, C. N., Tillamook, farmer.
Blodgett. Geo. Guptill, Lynn ahd Floyd
to Tillamook bar improvement. It is the order to lie first at the counter, and
city after teaching school near Blaine.
Lamar, J. S., Hoquarton, saloon height of political folly for our citizens to
Finn Smith returned to Tillamook the Ebcrman.
when the doors were opened the rush
Ben Bunn has returned to the city to first of the week from Eastern Oregon.
W. E. Martin, of Astoria, filed an keeper.
full all over themselves in support of any ing crowd broke several panes of glass
Bixby, Joseph, Reaver, farmer.
make vats and tin work for R. L. Wade. He has been up in the mining country at answer in the circuit court at Portland
one aspirant before they know what he and a ’Himber of fights for positions oc
' Gulstrom, Olof, Tillamook. farmer.
is going to do for Tillamook. It may lx curred.
The steamer Sue H. Elmore left Sunday Sumpter, where there is plenty of work to the suit of his wife, Bertha E. Martin,
fora divorce, in which he denies that she
that the shouters for Binger Hermann
inriAstori», and is expected back Friday. and he is pleased with that section.
Don’t Miss this 8nap.
was com(jelled to leave him because of
are barking np the wrong tree. A letter
Dr. P. J. Sharp, the exper-
The lumber schooner Redondo came in
cruel treatment. He accuses her of infi-
97*^ acres of choice land, 30 acres of written to him on the subject on March enced dentist is located in
oaTuesdav to load Jnnilier at Hobson and stock near Cloverdale to S. Schiff- delity, and names John Reed as co-re-
second bottom, nnd balance Ixst in the ! 16th has not yet been answered. Prolta-
man. of Bay City, the consideration was
Wise’s dental parlors,
‘ *. - Martin alleges th.at about world, on Tillamook river, at $80 jxr bly he may fx away from home on ac Dr
for Old .Mexico !’’ ’Pon,lent
Mrs Sturgeon always carries high
'January 1, 1903, his wife left their home acre. One half in meadow. Good im count of his campaign, and an answer and is prepared to do nothing
for that is where Mr. Rhoades is headed
mMinerv at prices umuillv paid for second
at Astoria, telling him she was going to provements. C. Ben Riesland, the land will come in the course of a few days. As but first class work and give
Amity to visit her parents, but that her ag<nt.
there is no assurance that Hermann will the best of satisfaction.
The month of March has been unusual real purpose was to meet Reed in Port
•Jlazor honing a specialty with Davis
receive the nomination, it would be as your teeth need fixing call
ly dry and bright for Tillamook. The land. He also avers that Mrs. Martin
AUCTION 8ALE !
the barlier, opposite the Allen house
well for Tillamook people to lx a little
old saying that “March comes in like a often indulges in intoxicating liquors to
Price 25 cents.
more diplomatic for fear that Binger is
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, rtc .
lion and goes out like a lamb” does not excess, and made a practice of visiting
not the choice of the republican con ven. j The best cup of Coffee in
U S. Best hardwheat Flour at always hold good. But we do want a different soloous in Astoria, nnd especial Ox Tin rsday , A pril 2, 1903, noth tion. It looks «a little premature, and town. Lunch at any time, at
' nice soft rnin to set the grass growing.
Gangloff Är Snuffer’s.
ly the Louvre Concert Hall. There is ing preventing, John Brenton, will sell at even a little nlisurd, for anyone in ge» Vogler's baKery.
— one child, a toy, 5 years old, nnd the his farm, one mile north of Tillamook
! father asks to lx appointed his legal City, his Household Goods. Furniture.
1 guardian. The Martins were married at Carpenter's Tools, Lumber, etc.
McMinnville in 1893. and reside 1 for
Terms, cash, or one year s time with
approved security. Interest 6 per cent.
some time in Tillamook City.
Bales to commence promptly nt ten
Died, at his home in this city on Fri
Come to me in large numbers each day. Why ? Because 1 have a repula
day last, Mr. Spencer Chaplin Foster, o’clock in the forenoon.
tation for the purity of mv drugs and the skill I use in compounding.
aged 79 years. The fnneral took place
on Monday, the religious service Ixing
Department is finely equipped, kept scrupulously clean, ami you can lie sure
held in the United Brethren church, con
that you get just what your phvstcian means that you should.
A dairy farm of 72 acres, situated on
ducted by the pastor. Rev. W. N. Blodg the Nestucca river at Beaver, Oregon.
ett. Deceased was born in Ontario G<x>d location, near a cheese factory,
Houses Rented and Taxes paid lor non-Rcsidents.
county, N.Y., on the 19th June, 1824. school-honse, church and store. Price,
$3009 — For particulars write or call on
He came to Oregon in 1851 and located |. R. Finley, Beaver, Tillamook county,
in Oregon City. About a month after Oregon.
T inware ,
Steel Ranges, Cook Stoves, and Heating Stoves
Dairy Farms. Timber Claims.
Home Locations. Town Property
CHAS. I CLOUGH,
Tillamook City, Oregon