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About Tillamook headlight. (Tillamook, Or.) 1888-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1924)
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COUNTY WELL REPRESENTEB
Events tn the Lives of Little Men
AT STATE COLLEGE
CHEESE SELLS FASTER
(Continued from page one)
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor small advance in the hay market.
vallis, December 15—Tillamook coun Hay prices are apt to be from $28
ty is represented at O. A. C. this year to $30 by next spring, if much of a
by 20 students. Ten come from Til winter is experienced in eastern Ore
lamook—five men and five women. gon and Washington. Very little
Cloverdale is represented by three, Willamette valley hay is offered of
Garibaldi by one, Wheeler one, Nes the 1923 crop, although there is con
kowin one, Nehalem one, Barview siderable of the 1922 crop still in
one, and Brighton one.
Vera Rogers of Tillamook is a
Cheese production for the year will
junior in vocational education, spe be approximately 7,350,000 pounds,
cializing in physcal education. Miss or about five percent greater than the
Rogers is a members of pi Beta Phi previous year.
Nothing definite has been decided
Other women from Tillamook are
upon regarding the butter plant, but
Irma Austin, Pauline Gienger, Eliza
several sites have been offered and
beth Heyd, and Hallie Large. Miss
no doubt one of them will be se-
Austin, Miss Large, and Miss Gienger
lcted by the directors at the next
are home economics students and monthly meeting to be held on Jan
Miss Heyd is a freshman in com
merce. Miss Large and Miss Gienger
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are sophomores and Miss Heyd and
Eugene—Stock subscribed locally
Miss Austin are freshmen.
The men from Tillamook are Jo for pottery and floor tiling factory.
seph Maxwell, freshman in mechan
ical engineering, Hubert Mathews, woolen mills running to capacity, two
sophomore in mining engineering, Or shifts.
Portland—Work to begin at once on
mand Mathews, freshman in civil eng
ineering, Theodore Powers, freshman
in civil engineering, and Frank Best
er, sophomore in civil engineering.
All men are registered in this school,
which is one of the largest schools in
Maxwell and Hubert Mathews are
Special Excursion Fares
among the prominent men on the
campus from Tillamook. Mathews is
active in athletics, being a member of
the varsity basketball squad. Max
wood-consuming industries of the
well is a member of the Beaver
Newspapers, periodicals, ing lockjaw from which cause he Knights, an organization for instruct
railroads, builders, architects, forest- died.
ing the freshmen in the traditions of
Although his suffering was great
erp, forest schools, and the general
the college and for disciplining them.
public will be represented. Secre
Take advantage of these low
tary Wallace will issue his invitations mained concious until the last. He
fares in going away for your
to the conference as soon as possible was layed to rest in the Jason Lee
holiday—to San Francisco
after receiving the responses to the cemetery at Salem, Rev. W. W. Rose-
bnugh a friend of the family, per
(Continued from page one)
and intermediate stations.
letters he mailed today.
forming the burial service.
Watson, which was moved into the
In his letter the secretary said:
He leaves besides friends two broth center of sixth street during the con
“As you know, the question of tim
ers and six sisters all of whom were struction of the Watson building, be
San Francisco... $
ber supply is becoming more acute
present at the funeral except two removed from its present location in
year by year. We are studying it'
Sacramento .... $
the middle of the street.
from three angles; first, how to pro
Thurm, as he was generally known,
On sale—for Christmas—Dec.
tect the timber, we have from fire, was of a good hearted genial disposi
19-25, inc. On sale—for New
insect pests and plant diseases; sec tion. He was unmarried.— Con inspect the rear of the Plasker prop
erty on Second avenue east to de
Year’s—Dec. 30-Jan. 1. Return
ond, how to encourage the growing of
termine whether instructions given
limit on each—Jan. 5, 1925.
more timber, both on national forests
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the owners following the fire there last
and private forests; third, how to cut MRS. LILLIAN A. GOODSPEED
And you’ll like Southern Pa
summer had been carried out.
the waste in the manufacture and use
cific dining car service— high
The water commisison was asked
Mrs. Lillian A. Goodspeed died at
est quality food deliciously
“We belive that by better ways of the family home in this city December
prepared and served at your
manufacture and use the drain on our1 13, 1924. Funeral services were held
accustomed meal time.
the laying of the new mains at the
forests can be reduced by at least1 at 1:30 o'clock Monday.
Mrs. Goodspeed was born July 8,
For train schedules and further
one-fourth. This problem has not re
ceived the attention it should have. 1857, at Amity, Oregon and was a
Roseburg — Douglas county jail
We need more facts than we have as daughter of George W. Miller and prisoners are being employed on road
the basis for a workable program. Augusta A. Miller, Oregon pioneers. work.
She was, with the exception of
After considering the whole matter
St. Helens—Piling is being driven
carefully, I have decided to call a about one year in Illinois, a resident for foundation for Portland shingle
national conference on wood wastes, of Oregon, and of Tillamook fifty-nine mill here.
to be held in Washington, November years.
Falls City—Cannery here has pack-
She was united in marriage with
19 and 20, in the hope that such a
e 28,553 cases apples, two carloads
conference may be able to work out H. F. Goodspeed December 10, 1878, going to England.
a plan of joint action by federal, and is survived by her husband and
The Dalles—Two great food plants
state, and industrial agencies. The one sister, Mrs. Emily B. Stewart, of running to capacity with dehydrator
responsibility is a joint one in which Tillamook.
working three shifts on dried apples.
the public and the industries alike
Albany—New $75,000 Albany Col
Freewater—First carload of head
have a vital interest.
lettuce shipped from here to New lege building will be built largely by
“The thought is to invite represent
atives of all the associations and in York.
dustries financially interested in the
manufacture and use of forest pro
ducts, as well as the representatives
of state forest organizations, the
trade and general press and public
interest and educational groups. I
am hoping that you and several oth
ers will come from your own associ
SUNDAY-MONDAY, DECEMBER 21-22
ation, and I am asking if you will
suggest the names of individuals who
will take a live interest in the sub
BETTY COMPSON. South African adventure and
ject and to whom I can send person
al invitations. I believe the purpose
“HALFBACK OF NOTRE DAME”—Comedy
of the conference is sufficiently im
portant to justify the time and ex
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23-24
pense consumed in attending it.”
$1,000,000 mausoleum in Mt. Scott
St. Helens—Pulp and paper com-
pany incorporates for $100,000, to
start $2,000,000 plant.
Silverton—Great Silver Falls Tim
ber company mill operating on two
Falls City—Brown-Mathers sawmill
opens after long close-down, with 25
Baker—Eight cars of cattle for Port
land and 10 for Seattle left here in
Molalla—Five camps already built
and three others to follow, on Eastern
■& Western timber tract.
railroad to be built and 20 years log
ging in sight.
Bend—Two principal sawmills now
running double shifts. Shevlin-Hixon
plant employs 1350 men. Brooks-
Scanlon mill, 1100.
Eugene—Telephone company clos-
innual Christmas program was
Friday, with Santa Claus., a
tas tree and presents for every
lie Zetas, who were responsible
program, gave an appropriate
The Joys of Christmas,” and
ir classes in high school each
uteil a little skit as their part,
k Johnson made a jolly Santa
and distributed the gifts which
purchased earlier in the week by
Bdents for the person whose
they drew on Tuesday.
grade school operetta which
given Thursday night in the
ssium was unusually good. The
of the “Christmas at Grand-
was cleverly acted and together
the scenery and and beautiful
nes was very interesting. The
u of the visit of “The Three
Men,” given by high school stu-
deserves special mention as a
of the evenings entertainment
eial credit is due Miss Church,
rector, and Miss Bennie, as ass-
, The costumes were design-
Miss McDonald and made by
»1 closes on Friday with two
ito enjoy the Christmas holidays
looming back to school to finish
Kmaining two weeks of this
i Zeta party and initiation was
lost Friday at the home of Row
linson, who is their now presi-
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REDUCE drain on forest
'better ways of manufacture and
fee drain on the country’s for-
an be reduced at least one-
i. Secretary Wallace states in
fetter to 150 representatives of
•«sing industries, consumers, the
feg crafts, and the general pub-
bo have been asked to name 2,-
•en and women to whom invita-
to attend the conference should
wbermen and timber owners of
ln and Washington should be
I interested in this conference
* fully represented, for with
states having approximate-
i-third of the remaining stand-
“ber, the public is looking more
>ore to the Pacific Northwest
«ir lumber supply, but what is
important, will look to Pacific
lumbermen and loggers to effect
•tibie reduction in waste, both
1 woods and in the mill,” said
ü Forester Cecil, in comment-
1 Secretary Wallace’s call. The
: Northwest lumbermen has
•a interest in fire prevention,
inning to become interested in
’t»tion; but in the problem of
t down the waste of timber,
1 k»s been little or no general
interest shown to date, foresters
CITY COUNCIL MEETS
G. T. COULSON
G. T. Coulson was born in Morgan
County Ohio February 28, 1877 and
died at the Salem hospital December
9, 1924. He moved with his parents
from Ohio to Beaver, Tillamook coun
ty, Oregon in June 1895 and made
this county his home for the greater
part of the time since then.
A few months ago he went to Sa
lem, Oregon, and for the past few
weeks was employed at the Elks Tem
ple now being built in that city.
About three weeks ago he met with
an accident, mashing the last two
fingers of his right hand, one finger
was so seriously injured that it had
■ planned to have the two-day to be removed. Later the wound be
attended by representatives came infected and three days before
the wood-manufacturing and
Our Trade Is Increasing
every day—the customers come to get some of
®ur home made pastries. The service i-
thing one could ask for.
Mrs. George Crimmins____
Roseburg—Commandant of old sol
dier’s home shows savings of $4,500
Salem—New Salem hotel, building
costing over $100,000, opened for ser
Albany—Public utilities pay tax on
$3,684,072 investment in Linn county:
Southern Pacific on $1,500,292; Moun
tain States Power company on $383,-
952.67; and Oregon Electric on $352,-
Wallowa—Foothills irrigation pro
ject will be carried on, to add 1500
acres of irrigated lands, increase pres
ent water supply and furnish city
C. F. LINCECUM, Prop.
MEATS, FISH & POULTRY
h School News
ing 1924 program of $100,000 im
Mt. Angel—Eight carloads hops
and four cars canned goods shipped
from here in one day. Hops are con
signed to Europe.
Wholesale and Retail
Hind Quarters of Beef, per lb.... 7c
Steer Beef Boiling, per lb.
Steer Beef Roasts.............. ...
Pork Roast, 4 to 6 lb. pieces
T Bone and Short Cuts......
Bacon Backs, (sugar cure)
Bacon, (very mild).............
NEW MARKET HAMS
(Fresh Pig Feet, per lb. 10c; 3 lbs......
A full assortment of meats, fancy turkeys, geese,
ducks, large fat hens and chickens for your
Christmas dinner. Make your selections early.
That Good Home Made
Cream Nut Taffy
Buy it by the pound—All flavors, any quantity over one pound.
By mail only—Send check or money order.
E. V. Stewart, Box 383, Tillamook
I have made candy four years nt Tillamook County Fair—Always
1925 License Free
On all our used cars sold from now until the first
of the year. Why wait until the first when you
can have that car for Christmas. Remember this
offer does not apply after January 1st, 1925.
THE RIDING KID
FROM POWDER RIVER
Make Your Choice
Starring HOOT GIBSON. Western action production.
"INTERNATIONAL NEWS” and “AESOP’S FABLE”
THURSDAY-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25-2«
Starring BEN ALEXANDER, LLOYD
HAMILTON, MATT MOORE, MARY CARR, VICTOR POTEL,
DAN MASON and many celebrated screen artists. A clean-cut
comedy for the whole family.
"JONAH JONES ’—Comedy
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27
DARING A western,
cowboy rodeo and stunt
Ford Bug,a racer............ $ 90.00
Ford Touring ’23 ............ 275.00
Chevrolet Coupe repainted,
overhauled .................. 650.00
Ford Milk delivery....... 75.00
Chevrolet Milk delivery .. 125.00
Caddillac 7-passenger tour
ing ............. .................... 250.00
Ford Truck, 3 speed trans
mission .......................... 225.00
Ford Coupe...................... 275.00
Chevrolet Touring re
painted .......................... 125.00
Buick Six 7-passenger .... 375.00
Chevrolet Sedan, balloon
tires .............................. 785.00
Chevrolet Touring, repaint
ed, overhauled ............. 225.00
Chevrolet Bug................. 175.00
Ford Touring, starter..... 185.00
Oakland Touring ............ 150.00
Starring JACK HOXIE.
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