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TILLAMOOK HEADLIGHT, MARCH 26.
Call for County Convention.
A convention of the Republican party
Born, on March 12th, to the wife of
of tne County of Tillamook, State of Mr. L. Solomon, a son.
(>regon, is hereby called to meet in Tilla-
Rev. W. J. Roehmer returned home
mock Citv, Saturday, April 4tli, 1993.
at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of Friday from Tillamook, where he has
electing five delegates to the First Con. I>eeii under tile doctor's care.
g.e.:i >nal Ihstnct Convention to be I O1| March loth Nehalem experienced
held in Eugene. Oregon, April 9th. 1903, I ,
the purpose of z nominating
Repre the heaviest wind storm for several
sentative to Congress.
The convention will consist of 85 i Road Superviser Morrison had a crew
among the . of men on the road Monday and Tues-
j day clearing out logs blown down by
several precincts as follows, to-wit :
Netarts.................. 3 Sandlake ...
3 the recent wind storm.
Hebo...................... 4 Tillamook
C. Preston has gone to Hobson ville to
Union..................... 5 Fairview ...
9 work in the logging camp.
3 I ioquartoii
D H. Vedder started up his shingle
Nehalem .............. 8 Carnahan...
Garibaldi............. 4 Bay..............
6 mill Friday.
Barnegat.............. 1 Foley..........
Theodore Kingsley went to Lou
Blaine .................. 3 L. Nest itcca
3 Smith’s on the Miami, Monday.
South Prairie..... 5 Dolph..........
Felix Roy has again taken up the
The same being one delegate at large '
for each precinct and one delegate tor manly art of batching—his house keeper
every ten votes or fraction thereof of I has gone.
five or < ver. cast for the late Thomas
Miss Mary Schollmeyer opened school
H. Tongue in June. 1902.
in the Blyback district Monday.
Primaries will be held in each precinct
Mrs. Wilks is staying at N. P. Alley’s
at its regular polling place Saturday,
in Low town.
March 28th, 1903, at 1 o’clock p.m.
Mrs. Laura Kabke has closed her
A. W. S everance , Chairman.
school at Vosburg.
H omer M ason , Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Finley returned home
from Clatskanie last Thursday.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Christenson
Furnished by T. II. Botts, Abstracter. returned home Thursday from a visit to
Transfers from March 18, to March 23. Astoria.
A letter from Francis Cronen informs
U. S. A. to Julia Curtis. Patent. S
us that they arrived at Panama, March
Sw & S J£ Se 31 i S 8.
U. S. A. to Peter Schneider. Patent. s 2nd, after a three month’s trip from San
Diago, 40 days of which was spent in a
X Nw & N % Sw 13 6 S 9.
M. A. Schlotter to J. C. Holden & L. R calm at sea.
Ziemer. % acre in Se corner 29 2 S
B. A. Todd has rented his North Fork
ranch to C. L. Alley for another year.
William F. Balmer to Truckee Lumber
E. K. Scovell is laid up with the rhu-
Company. Nw Nw 24 1 N IO.
WE WANT YO1K TH A DE
We keep a full line of CLOTHING, bought from *i.ri*ls,‘,‘;‘ti*i(‘ikc a
pride in putting out a well made, as well as sty lish clothing.
A large assortment of Fine Clothing to
select from, at Prices that
will surprise you.
Our stock of SHOES Is the largest in Tilla
mook, comprising all kinds and styles,
from the best Factories.
Men's work Shoes
Bov’s two piece Suits $1.50 to $5.(
“ three “
'sMisses’ and Children's Shoes of all kinds,
■nd at lowest living prices.
Hats, FurnishingJGoods, Blankets,
GROCERIES, FLOUR & FEED.
A full line of Gloves of all kinds.
TIM j AMOOK CITY.
TO»» A («IPABT
Anarchists Boycott an Italian
J. S. LAMAR,
Mrs. Arthur G. Miller, wife of the |
P aterson , N. J. March, 23.—Because
he would not become an anarchist, Secun- manager of the telephone company, at
do Casanova says he is under a boycott
and cannot get groceries or milk from 1 Butte, Mont., caught John Gerser trying
the only dealer in those necessaries in to enter the rear of her house. She shot |
Ashley Heights, a small settlement of at him, but missed, and then marched
I have the largest and best assorted stock of old r«rx
! Italians on the outskirts of this city. him at the point of the gun to the center !
Wines and Liquors that has ever been imported into
Casanova has sworn out complaints
against 25 of his nvighbors.chargingtheni of the town, where he was turned oyer
I with conspiracy Ashley Heights is set- to a policeman.
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Albert E. Wilkes to Rosana Baker. W
] tied exclusively by Italians and Casanova
In his sermon Sunday morning, the
# Se & Ne Se sec 19 & Nw Sw sec
I says they are all anarchists. They re
20 I S 8. $575.00.
John Grey, of Tillamook, had a narrow peatedly tried to get him to join their I Rev. Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst referred
John Svenson and wife to Janies A. & escape on Sunday. He w’as riding a group, but be refused and then a long | to the incidents of the capture of Aguin-
Lonnie Hamion. 16 57 acres in Nw horse and driving a colt ahead of him, I course of persecution started. Casanoya ' aldo by General Funston, and critisised
Sw & Sw Nw 19 1 S 9. $2982.60
holding the animal with a long rope. could not move away, so he stood the I the American people for condoning what
William C. Morton and wife to Maivin
F. McNeil. Lot 18 18 J. J. McCoy’s
There is oalv one grocery in the little • practiced by Funston in making the
Don’t drink cheap doctored stuff when you cau less 1
Blum’s the end of the rope was trailing.
addition to Ray City. $75.00
•colony and one milkman, neither of
buy it pure and unadulterated from me.
W. C. Morton and wife to Marvin F. It got caught and snubbed the colt up, 1 whom is an Italian. These dealers were celebrated capture that utterly discourag
McNeil. Lot 6, J. J. McCoy’s addi causing the rope to draw tight across ' presented with a paper signed bv 25 ed all other belligerent Philippine leaders.
tion to Bay City. $50.00.
the horse which Grey was riding. Thi9 residents thieatening that if thev con-
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Eliza A. Lucy to Lou<s N. Fletcher. freigtened the horse and it bolted. The | tinue to serve Casanova the signers
Brooklyn, N. Y., children - are suffering
Lot 2 ami part of lot I in the town of
rope caught Grey and he was partly 1 would withdraw their trade. The gro- from an epidemic of croup and whooping
1 cer and milk man explained the'situation
thrown off, falling against something he to Casanova and showed him the paper. cough which is raging in that borough.
One mortgage filed securing $2000 00.
At present there are over 800 cases of
George W. Croker to Jessie Kays, bond hurt his side. The horse skipped for 1 Thi9 was the evidence he wanted and he
town, but when coming down the road ’ at once made the charges of conspiracy. the maladies in the borough, and the
for deed. NW93S 10. $500.00.
J. P. ALLEN,
epidemic is spreading rapidly. Already
Gust Wicklund and wife to Adolf Erik by Turner’s place was captured and
A Blood Thiraty Crime.
son. Tract in secs 19 & 20 1 S 9 turned over to Grey.
many deaths have been reported. The
The church for Pleasant Valley is a ' [ U nion , Or., March 23.—Woods Gray diseases arc mostly confined to children
First Class accommodation at Second Class Rate.
Gust Wicklund and wife to Adolf Erik sure go, the ground being donated by 1 and his 12-year old son were brought to whose ages range from one month to 10
the Union County jail late Saturday
son. Quit-claim to small tract in
19 1 S 9 $1.00.
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rods distant, and who hastened to her Her Love Unrequited She Kill
W. I) Stillwell and wife to William II. member have taken a wise step in build bald M Halgarth, of Elgiiu who is dying
President Castro has resigned. He side. Together they tore all the burn
of their as a result of a conflict with the Grays,
Eberman. 4.93 acres in Adrick ing themselves a house
I father and child. The affair, which oc-
Thomas D. L. C $375.00.
own, and it will lie one more mark of ¡ cured in Northeastern Union County, placed his resignation of the Presidency ing clothing from the victim’s bodv.
S umpter , March 24.—The suicide Rei
W. I). Stillwell to W. H. Eberman. 10 improvement which each community five miles from Elgin, near the Wallowa of the Republic of Venezuela in the hands The poor girl reaching the house in an Miss Zerelda McVicker yesterday aft
acres in Edrick Thomas D, L. C. should support.
border, was one of the most tragic and of the President of Congress after read almort nude condition, the mother cov noon is the sole topic of con versa ti
$ l ooo. oo
among residents of Sumpter. The yoo Ml
E. G. E. Wist is erecting a resident sensational in the country's history. ing the Presidential message. In the ered the child with bed clothing, and a lady was well known and had ma niHlil
F. W I reston and wife to William H.
One of its horrible scenes was a pros ordinary’ course of events, President neighbor was notified who rode to
friends. The result of the Coroner's
Ebertnan. Tract in E. Thomas D
trate man being hammered to death Castro’s term would have ended Febru
Sunnyside, nearly 20 miles away, after quest today revealed that desponden
his family here.
L. C. #100.00.
with a revolver, his assailant mortally
The Pleasant Valley cheese factory wounded with a bullet through his ary 20, 1908. He was elected Presi Dr. Haryey. When he arrived he began over unrequited love was the cause
George Cohn to William IL Ebertnan.
her taking her life The verdict was t
block 7 Stillwell’s addi opened its doors for business on Mon chest and stomach, inflicted by the un dent of Venezuela in February of last dressing the burns, which covered nearly
der man, and the smaller of the former year for six years, beginning February every portion ot the girl’s body. When deceased came to her death from a gu on tl
tion to Tillam >ok. $150 00
day morning. It has been fitted up to
shot wound inflicted by herself wi
hacking vcngefully with a pocket-knife at
E. B. Chamberlain to E A. Chamberlain. make Chedde^ cheese.
asked if the burns pained her she replied suicidal intent.
his father’s enemy.
Nw 7 3 S 10. $500.00
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The investigation showed that i' to a
that she did not feel any pain. Shortly
Woods, Gray and Archie Halgarth
Ezra B Chamberlain to E. A. Chamber
were neighbors and foes Gray was a
alter this statement she breathed her held a 22-caliber rifle against her brea
Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8, block
Tennessean, raised in Kentucky, and a eastern part of the Island of Mindanao, last. Dr. Harvey says the immediate ¡and fired ‘he fatal bullet through h
5, lots l. 3, 5 and 6, block 3, lot 8
heart. A letter addressed to her sw« G iff
Fencebuilding, garden making and
bl ck 6, and lots 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and
cause of the child’s death was heart heart told the story of the cause and ti
the men fought at school the battles of
Inspector Clarke and
potato planting seems to be the order of their fathers and in the complication Constabulary
8, block 7, Lookout City. $1.00.
! motive for the deed. Several w it new
failure, superinduced by shock.
were examined, among them Rohe Frid
Ezra R. Chamberlain to E. A. Chamber* the day.
Gray’s son was expelled. He was taking several others. A detachment of 30 men,
McClure, A barber, for whom she entt
Nw Se r, 3 S, 11, except Look
A. Jackson and family passed through him back to school with a gun in his hip belonging to the Tenth Infantry, under
tained an affection that whs not 1
out City. $5.00.
pocket when Halgarth, one of the trus the command of Lieutenants Patterson
the burg Monday.
turned. The latter was read to thejw
tees, spied them from the field and called and Brown, is hurrying from Ilogan, on
Claude Tfjaver and wife to C. Murphv.
Ralph Bunday and Chas. Sailing were a halt. There was a narrow line between j
and was most pathetic. It said :
Lots 3 and 8, block 10
to Malaney's ad-
callers in the burg Sunday,
them, with two fences. As Halgarth the northwest coast of Mindanao, to
Mv Dearest Bob ; When you tecei
dition to Ocean Park. (40.00.
this I will have passed out of the mo
L. Kinnaman was in our burg the first cressed the intervening fences to get at I Suriago, on the transport Reilly, with
State of Oregon to Sherman en vers.
of the week.
S Se 36, 3 3, to. ,100.00.
criminations occurred, and Gray pulled
knesv, for seeing that it was all ot Prie
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C. F. Murphy and wife to W. Curtis.
Abner Grist, who has been to Ohio on his gun and told the burly trustee to
between us and that our paths hem
For five days Mrs. J. M. Reeve, of Stic- ,
Lols I, 2, 3, 4, sec 6. 2 S, 8.
$ Iooo. a visit the past few months, passed stav on his own side. Halgarth was a
forth must be separate, I caniffit star Sum
Sherman Myers and wife to A. W. Bunn. through the burg one day last week.
reekless man and walked into the jaws
it. I loved as no being can ever I01
sleeps deeply, as if at rest, and never
W M Se 36, 3 S, 10 1350.00.
ot a revolver, seizing Gray.
again, and I cannot stand it. I w
In the struggle Gray shot four times, moves a muscle. The physicians tear she
Julia Curtis to William Curti*. S *2 Sw
admit that I trifled with you and a
hitting Halgarth once. The bullet struck w ill die without recovering consciousness. I
and S Ji Se 31, 1 S, 8. $1000.00.
sorry, oh. so sorry, but I cannot men
Halgarth’s chest, ranging down and out
1 it now. If I had taken your advkt
Two mortgages filed securing $875.00.
Mr. Jack Fischer and family have through the stomach. U ith this mortal For many years past Mrs. Reeve has
j would have been bettej off, but as tri
S itisfaction of three mortgages securing moved to Hebo. We are sorry to lose wound, he threw Grey down, wrested been subject to lapses of consciousness,
as I write these lin« I love you stil
the weapon from him and then began but they have never lasted more than a
and death is preferable to this agon
I them from this neighborhood.
pounding him. Then Gray, according to few hours at a time. At such times, on
and suffering. If you will take it as a
Deafness Cannot be Cured ! Mr. and Mrs. L. Jensen spent Sunday Halgarth’s statement, cried to his son ;
• offering from me you may have the larg
awakening, she has told strange tales of.
“Get your knife and kill the----- ”
bv loci! applications, ns they cannot reach the 1 with their son and family, on Boulder.
gold heart I wear. Lovingly, your ur
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
The boy opened his jack knife and assail having been in the spirit land, and of
The gentleman who has purchased the
Z krelda .”
way to cut r deafness, and that ia by constitu
conversing with her departed husband.
tional remedies. Dea. lies« ia caused'by an in Turpcv ranch, came in last Thursday to
tl.nued condition of the mucous fiui ig of the , view his property.
It is asserted that she has foretold the
last Saturday night.
Kuntnchiaii Tube When this tul»e geta inflaui-
I you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
Mr. Blalock ami Mrs. Chopard were
Saturday night Gray was removed to deaths of various persons. About a year
heaiing. ami when it la entirely closed deafness
is the result mid tin’ewa the mflumiuation can out for a buggy ride last Tuesday, Mr. Union to prevent a possible demonstra ago she told of a vision in w hich she saw
be taken out and this lube restored to its nor B. says “Don’t tell Mrs B."
tion from an Elgin mob. Sentiment, how- , seven men lying dead. She was so sure
mal couditioii, hearing will be destroyed fo -
ever, is turning to Gray's favor on
ever, nine chm * s out of ten aie caused by
that something dreadful was going to
of self-defense. He is an old mail
Cnfntih. which is nothing but au inflamed con
happen that she spread the news through
dition of the mucous surfaces
cupy the house vacated by the Fischer's. and not too strong.
DRESSMAKING PARLORS at tlx
We will give One Hundred Dollar-- for any
H. A. ChopArd has sold two acres of
case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
Residence of Mrs. Ellison.
not lx cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure Send for , land to Mr. Blalock.
power works blew up and seven men
E lgin , Or., March 24—The remains of were killed.
F J. CHINEY & CO.. Toledo. o.
Mrs. Grace Chopaid visited Mrs. Lena
NOTR’K for publication . r
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Sold by DriiKgist«. 75c.
Archie M. Halgarth, the Elgin rancher,
1>1 pattmpnt r»f the Itftrrfor
1 Kinnaman last week.
Halt's Family Pills are the best.
wher was shot in the eWest by Woods . Niagara Falls is practically drf an’d ‘
Land Office at Oregon City. Ore ,
1 Elder Blalock and family were in our
March ais’f. 1903
Grav and stabbed six times l»v Gray’s | for the first time in 55 years people arc 1
Notice is hereby given that the f llowing
Broke From Moorings
1 named settler has filed notice of his intentw
young son in an affray five miles east of able to walk about in the river bed.
i an appointment to preach at the Boulder
to make final proof in support of tiis claim, aid
here, were interred yesterday afternoon Thousands have clambered over the
¡-that said proof will be made before the Regb
A stomia . Mart'll 21,—Th. bar tug Ta. Cree* school house at 2:30 that day.
and Receiver, at Oregon City, Oregon,0*
' May 9th Uk.3, vlf. :
too.h rrtuincil thia errning front her
School closed Fridav, much to the re
with a large concourse of Union County Great rocks never lirfore seen are ¿high
1». RI Ft’S CHENEY
cruise in sennhof the derelict schooner gret of parents as well as pupils
H E No. r2463. for the S U of Ne '< .sec ; S k
that wii. reported adrift off the mouth
people in attendance. He suffered a 1 and dry. So little water is flowing over
R, tp. 2 N, range 7 W
Mrs. John Rorba, who hat been suf
of the river, and while the achooner wa<
( He names the following witnesses to prow
good deal liefore death. His dying state the American falls that men in high
Ins continuous residence upon and ciilli'iitw»
i ot aighted. enough waa learneil to clear fering for some weeks past with a severe
boots almost could have crossed at the
of Mid land, vi,
up the miatery. The Tatoosh took a cold and tore throat, went to Tillamook ment is in the care of three members of
Walter J. Smith, ot Wilaon Ore ; Will«»
the Masonic lodge at Fig»« —A. R Tuttle, | brink. The extraordinary condition is
course ao ith. west from the mouth of the Sunday to consult a doctor.
niitupworth, of Wi <cn ore. Toby smith. «
! due to an ice jam up the river. The ice
Wilson, Ore. , Samuel Todd, of Forest Grow
river, and after .reaming 30 miles, met a
William Fine and Janies Masterson.
C. V. Getchcll came up from Hebo
Victoria waling achooner, which report
Gray and his son are in Union, beyond was driven ftom Lake Erie into the en
CRA9. B Moos Rs, Register.
ed having Men nothing excepting the Saturday, and visited until Monday
trance of the Niagara and lodged in the
T imber L and A ct J cnr 3, 487».—Non« e roi
recently wrecked Milling schooner off' with H. A. Chopard's family.
part of Halgarth’s friends, who are very shoalwater, shutting off the flow’ into
Gray's Harbor two days ago The
Mr. Abner Griest, of Blaine, who has
Tntoo.li then continued her coute about
bitter. Sentiment here, however, is now the American channel. The Horseshoe I
Oregon City. Oregon
tiO miles, when she spoke the liarkiutine I »ecu in Ohio for the past six months is favoring Grav to some extent, many Fall is not affected as much as the
Notice is hereby given that in conipliaa«
Omega, a ini her m aster cleared up the home again, and more in love w ith the
American. The river in the vicinity of
with the provisions of the act of < ongiw
invstery. He said that last evening lie coast country than ever. He says he claiming he shot in self-deiensc.
•f Jun. 3rd, Is;* entitle'1 “An act for tfc
tlie Three Sister Islands is quite dry and
passed a small dismasted vessel. She nearly froie to death back there.
sale of timlier laud« in the Slales of < aliforwa
To force the issue on the blue laws
the center falls, between Goat and Lune
was light, had no bowsprit, all tlie w.n.
’’ruunu Nevada, and Waahinfftou Terrilorj
Mrs. Emily Johnson nnd children were iti Philadelphia, the prominent and re.
as extended tn all the Public Und State* *
do*, were broken and a small rope was
Islands, is a skeleton of itself. Tlie con.
act of August 4, 1891,
hanging from her bow. He thought 11« guests at the home of H. A. Chopard sponsible mrmbcni of the Sabbath and
>*<’LA < RENSHAW.
dition is likely to exist for several davs.
craft was Mime old settling vessel or last Sunday.
or Tillamook, conn v of Tillamook, state «
Observance Association have sworn out
Oregon, has this day ti.ed in this office b*
yacht that had broken adritt from some
Nearly every one is complaining of warrants lor the arrest of several pab.
< t the risers along the c •••»». Th.re was
'♦ of *w '«
Iiahers of morning newspapers and the Wiltimn Rale», who lives on a home
t o w ater in the vessel, bu: she w as not coughs and colds nowadays»
1 <»t Se % of Section No. 2o, m t<>w»
worth towing ashore.
S^.’P No. 1 South, rnuge Nu 10 West, and •*’
H. A. Chopard is slashing on their executive oficers of a ne* comimn v. a stead in ti e Glade, about 15 miles from
offer proof to show that the land sought i»
The T.itoosh ran south a few miles much at present.
locomotive works and an ice cream com Prosser. Wash., was burning sagebrush
more valuable for ((4 tinibei or atone this a*
tuithei in lm|ie ot sighting tlie craft,
agricultural purposes, and to establish hr’
pany. The newspapers are bring prose last Thursday afternoon, the high wind
bet tailing to do so, returned to Astoria,
claim to said land before the < minty Clerk •<
Tillamook County. Oregi n at Tillam<>ok ( it}
Mount Pckr volcano, on the island of cuted for accepting advertisements on which prevailed at the time in some
after a tun of 17® miles.
<>jego”. ou Monday, the k th da\ ol lune. 19®?-
Martinique. is discharging dense clouds Sunday, selling wares and doing all manner communicated the fire to her
*»he names as witne«se«
Walter C. Bailey, Henry S Baker. Fred»
Yoo can get Gray Oats or White of reddish smoke. The Sotiffriere volcano manner of labor prohibited bv the a< t clothing. Immediate!, she was in a
Baker, Chai lew sowers, of Tillamook ore ow
Oats for seed at Gangloff Är Snuf is very active, and is discharging dense
1794, which also prohibits a man blare. Her screams for help attracted
Anv and all persons claiming adverse )
above described lands are requested to lile (hen
j tTom kissing his wife.
clouds of smoke.
claims inthix office on or before said 15th day*
I her father, who was working some 3»
< has B. Mooars. Register.
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?’ Whisky, $2.25 to $8.00 per gal. ;
a Wines, $1.00 to $3.00 per gal
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