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TILLAMOOK HEADLIGHT. MARCH 26.
COHN’S ANNUAL REMNANT SAL
We have just taken stock, and find we have a lot of Remnants, which will be sold at a Great Sacrifice so as to make loom
fora Complete and New Line of Summer Clothing, Dress Goods, Ladies’ and Gent, s Shoes, IIat> ami < <lPs’ etc.
MONEY by trading with COHN & CO.
Do not Miss this Remnant sal
Quick Sales and Small Profits
A Big Stock to Select from
COHN & CO
Reciprocity With Canada.
The Leading Merchants.
Qtfaint Features of Life.
Perhaps there is nothing which the
The biggest ballroom in the world is
average American citizen takes less in not in any European court, but at goy
( incorporated ),
terest io than the question of trade rc- 1 eminent house, Melbourne. At the time
KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
siprocity with Canada, and yet it is a it was designed the architect consulted
( strictly in advance .)
No trouble to show aud price our
b l v our
One year............................................... 1 1.50 matter of first-class importance, which the governor of the period as to its size.
PAID UP CAPITAL, 110,000.1
“Do you know anything about ball
75 sooner or later will have to receive very
50 serious consideration. We cannot lose rooms in other parts of the world?”
A GENERAL BANKIN
sight of the fact that the Dominion is a asked the governor. “Only the one at
In order to make room for our im-
TILLAMOOK BAR IMPROVE , very close and intimate neighbor and Buckinham palace,” replied the archi
' that while a British possession it is in all tect. “Then build our ballroom a third
MENTS THE ISSUE.
\V. H arrison , VV.
G ot A STOCÌ
other respects virtually American.
bigger than that,’’ said the gevernor, in
C urtiss , B. L E ddy .
The Headlight Offers a Few Sug ' We should never loose sight of that lordly fashion. Melbourne folks may be
already ordered, we uow offer our
M. VV. H arrison .
fact, We should never forget that in proud of their huge ballroom, but it is a (foMiny
gestions to the Republicans
Liberal Prices Paid for gilt edge sec
spite of the confessed loyality of Can costly luxury to be governor.
entire STOCK for SALE.
and the Voters in Tillamook
ies of all kinds.
ada to Great Britain the bottom and
Will be greatly pleased to
Chicago has a noveltv in the “strap
The republican county central commit controlling feeling, after all, is really
tee has decided to call for primaries and American—that is, a sentiment in sym. hanger’s league,” which has already
SELL the ENTIRE STOCK
a county convention. Let us sound a patliy with what belongs on this side of gained 50,600 members and may become
word of warning. This is no time for the ocean, with what is distinguished an organization of much more than
scheming politicians to push themselves from Europeanism. The sentiment of humorous pretentions. While oaganized
to the front or for personal or factional imperialism, of affection for the “mother as a joke, or rather as a satire, to ex
fights. They have been tolerated long cou itry.” is unquestionably very strong press the disgust of that large portion
Heavy Teaming is a Specialty with
enough ; alas, and to the party’s and the . in Canada, but we venture to think that I of the public that never find seats in
Our Delivery wagon delivers to conn
county ’s detriment. The republican party a majority of the Canadian people would street cars, and which demands longer
in Tillamook county has a public duty if brought to the test, refuse to yield to straps to accommodate short men and
to perforin, and its slogan ami battle erv the least degree the privileges they now women, it threatens now to be taken by
should be Tillamook bar improvements. enjoy at the behest of the imperial gov politicians and made to figure in the
That is paramount over all other ques ernment. That is to say, Canada wants coming niuncipal campaign, The league
tions as far as Tillamook is concerned, and will insist upon retaining all of the has already been incorporated.
for it is bar improvements we want and independence she now has, which in effect
George H. Vanderbilt has just added
it is bar improvements we must have. makes her practically bee of Great
Political friction, political animosity : Britain and to all intents and purposes to his estate at Asheville, N. 0., a small
All orders promptly attended to.
and petty political jealousies in the re and complete arbiter of her own destiny. tract of land for which he paid the
publican party have been endured long
In this situation Canada must he con owner, a negro named Joshua Moore, I
enough and can accomplish nothing if sidered in any relation between that $2,250. The land would have been dear '
at $50, but the negro refused to sell at a |
persisted in. Now is the time for the party country and the United States; The
Quick's Dr livery Wagons deliver, Highest Cash price paid for stock. Both phones ON THE MAIN STRE;
to get together and exert itself for the common thought of course is that the less price he finally received. Moore, i
OPPOSITE TIIE ALLEN
county’s iiVerests, forthat is head and. Dominion is a Colony of Great Britain, wife was the real engineer of the deal ,
shoulders above a factional fight. I)ip-i which is true, but it is som •thing more
lom.acy is what is wanted and above all than this. It has a very distinct au which the modern David coveted were-
diplomatic leaders, not precinct politi tonomy and a government so far inde deeded to her twenty years ago by Erwin :
OF SAN FRANCISCO, DEALERS IN
cians who imagine they have grievances pendent that it can make i's own tariff’ Rardy. a white man in whose employ ,
to fight out ami ail ax to grind at the laws and in nearly every other res* e?t
one child—a girl—before she married I
do as it pleases.
DOES ALL KINDS OF
As the Headlight has previously point- i In dealing with Canada, therefore, the Moore, and the land was to go to her
WATCH, CLOCK ANI
ed out, in selecting delegates to form the j United States is dealing with a country
delegation from Tillamook to the con-1 which, while being a part of the Briiith of age and she wanted the money. Moore
grtssional convention, it should be made I empire, is practically independent. What, would, no doubt, have sold long ago if
up of live, progressive and aggressive I then, should be our policy in respect to
In first class style.
men who have identified themselves with trade negotiations ? May we not reason, got only a small portion of the money,
the industrial and commercial welfare ably ask that any arrangement we may his wife and her daughter getting the
Engraving a specialty
AGENTS STEAMERS " VV. H. KRUGER" AND " REDONDO." -
of the county. Therefore, the republican make with Canada shall be absolutely lion’s share.
county convention hasan important duty free from conditions relating to England?
It is related with pride by the Hays
At present Canada makes a perferential City Republican that at a banquet given Hobsonville,
The aim of the delegation must be to tariff in favor of English manufacturers. by the Masonic bodies of that town one
secure a pledge from the next congress." It is not a legitimate demand that that night recently, no less than six gentle
man to have $560,600 appropriation in policy shall be abandoned as a condition men appeared in the regular evening,
serted in the next river and harbor bill to trade reciprocity between the Domin costume. This was the first function in '
for the improvement of Tillamook bar. ion and the United States ?
Hays City at which the spiketail made 1
. . . •
Although but a small delegation, it has
its appearance. For a number of years
Alaska Homestead Law
a vote of four to one behind it for the
■$22.oo, with drop head and >
there have l>een men in Havs City who
next republican candidate who will
all the latest improvements
The enactment of the Alaska home possessed the garments, but they were
pledge himself for this project. Every stead law will undoubtedly prove of cloistered sacredly from the local eye.
at M c I ntosh & M c N air ' s .
democrat in the county must concede great benefit to that territory. It is and kept only for use when their owners
It is the B onita S ewing
that it would be useless to vote for a reasonably expected to stimulate the in- were eastwardly abroad. But now the !
achine , and they range
democrat, who would be antagonistic to i ct ease of population, those familiar ice is broken and no future function in i
price from $22 to $35,
the party in power, consequently they with the country asserting that the Hays City will lie without the swallow’- ,
with ball bearings. They
must vote for a republican congressman want of such a law has prevented tail. As the editor vaunts it : “A final
Fine Machine Work a Specialty.
are little beauties, perfectly
if they want harbor improvements. It people going to Alaska for permanent breakaway has been had from the rude
may place them in an embarrassing posi settlement. It is a quite general notion, period when the ballroom attire of men
made and something new on
w w w w
w v-v W W V v
tion. but they would be sacrificing no particularly in the east, that there is was composed of boots, spurs, som- •
the market. These machi
principle if they voted for bar improve little in that territory to invite popula- brero and six-shooters, and when the
nes are a better article than
ments. Supposing that Tillamook |>eo- tion and that there is small chance ol height of elegant manners was to invite
the peddlars are charging
ple for oihv forgot their political preju it ever bring much better settled than at 1 your girl after every dance to the bar to
and $75 for.
dices and took a novel course by casting present.
i take a drink.” And Hays City is not !
their entire votes, not so much for the
It is needless to say that this is an alone among the western towns in
republican candidate, but for bar im entirely mistaken idea, as the result of coming to the ways of the east. The
provements, it would have a good effect. investigations by government officials same phenomenon is noted for its town ;
No one will deny but there is logic and conclusively shows.
The fact is that ■ by the Anthony Republican, ns follows .
common sense in it if they will stop to there is a very large area of Alatkn 1 “The spiketail coats in this town already
reason it rut. Tillamook will never be that is available for agriculture and , number eight, although some of the own-
able to turn the country up-siile-down it is highly probable that most of this ' ers lack the courage to wear them at
TILLAMOOK CITY. ORE.
politically, but the |«»ple of the county will lie taken up under the homestead ' home.”
shou^l stand shoulder to shoulder for law within a comparatively few years
Shop next door to Lane■>'» Hotel. Tillamook
bar improvements and drop their politi aud a prosjierous community estab
Blasts from Ram's Horn.
Thanking you M
cal prejudices. But will they do so and lished where now there are few ixoplr.
past favors, I bed
The broad mind will not have the big
along the lines we have indicated ?
to sat’ that I havcl
According to government reports there
moved into nuj
For fear that some of the politicians is a region suitable for agriculture head.
new store next t»|
What we gain in form we may lose in
may have an idea that the Headlight is capable of sustaining a very consid
C. Ben Riesland’f
trying to make lip a "slate.” we will de erable population and where the cli force.
It you wish t”
The indulgence of the flesh dwarfs the ‘
sist from mentioning the names of mate during most of the vesr is as
see all the choice
gentlemen who would make active dele favorable as in some of our northwest spirit.
line of Suiting an*
STEAMERS—SUE H. ELMORE. W. H HARRISON
Misfortunes are God's call to new min
gates. We want to sec men chosen who ern states. The false impressions which
up-to-date Pant ■ ■
stand high in the estimation of the peo have widely obtained in regard to
kindlv give me a
Stolen fruits are sweet only to a de-
BAY CITY, HOBSONVILLE
d made in the shof
ple at home and who are in touch with Alaska «are of course largely responsible
nt 1 illamook.
Connecting at Astoria with the Orpvnn kuiir... i a . w
the administration and can carry some for the past neglect of congress to make ranged appetite.
•Iso the Astoria & Columbia River R R L»iFriV,<Rt,O,i»C<> i*nd
U.S.—Pressing, cleaning and repairiwi
External forms of religion often mark
inffuence nt the congressional conven- proper provision for the territory, but
.«d .11 )*»■>«• ewt. For
of all kinds done.
its extinct fires.
now that the value of the resources
SAMUEL ELMORE i CO. ifemnil Agent«, ASTORIA. OR
To pnnder to the lower faculties is tn
As we have atnte<1. this is no time for of that country is better understood
B. C. LAMB. Agent Tillamook Oregon.
political friction or a factional fight, fi»r it will receive the consideration it
a ’ i Jf* J*
Some people are planning already to
if ever a time occurred in the history of merits. It is a rich ponamion, which
IA A C. It. R. Co.. Portland
Tillamook w hen the people should stand has already repaid many tunes w hat more for n change of administration
XOTICK TO CRK1HTOIL4.
on one Hat form for a common purpeor, our government paid Russia for it and when they get to heaven.
N otic • ra Hum G ivrm .— That the **
derwigned has hern duly appointed bjr
it is right now. But will they rise to the will continue to contribute liberally to
Immty Court of the State of Oreg«»»**
Th» laics» news itvrivcd regarding ti e Cenlr.Hy üoealed.
situation, sink all other differences and th? national wealth.
Tillamook County executor of the la«t <•
and testament of JACOB S. EI.LIOTT <1'
come out and stand united for a demand
ceasetl All persons haring CLAIMS agni»
the estate of said deceased, arc hereby
for bar improvements ? That, mid that
'imrcd to present the same to me property
for ■ o ne time past at Claret s. Switzer
onlv is the onlv issue in Tillamook, and
rcn,.Si! a* by law required, «at the offer nf B
Wheat, ont», barley.short*, middling*, land, c uses anxiety. Mr Steyn s suf
L Eddy. Attorwey-at-Law. at Tilla«**
it is a platform n|»on republicans, demo, bran oil meal, whole wheat lion', Ixat
Li tv, Oregon. within six months from tke
crats, prohibitionists and »«nudists can hard w heat Hour.
TheBFM Hotel in the city. No Cl.««» E^GON
hated this 5th dar of March A h I***
At G a XGLOFF St Sxt FFFB'S.
Unite for the county’s benefit.
Fred C. Baker, Publlnher.
/^ B « *
SMITH & JENKINS,
Successors to L. N. Barnes,
At the NEW MEAT MARKET.
Undertaker and Er
Only Prime Meats Handled. Give us a
Call. Hides Wanted.
Truckee Lumber Co.,
FIR& SPRUCE Lumber
G. F. Franlçliq
> Sewing Machines,
A. K. CASE,
Tillamook Iron Woks
General Machinists & Blacksmiths.
Tillamook Meat Market
Fresh and Cured Meats, Hides, Wool, etc.
CHARLES ABRAHAM lil.I.IOTT
Executor of the last will and tests««**
of Jacob S. Elliott, deceased.