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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1913)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th, AT 9 A. M.
Tillamook's .. Leading . Furnishers
WILL OPEN TMilR
FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
To make room for a large and complete Spring and Summer line, we kare to
clean out all our Fall and Winter stock, and to do to we hare to Cit Prices to
Less than Wholesale Prices. This will be the opportunity for thrifty buyers.
Read the prices on our circulars and remember the date.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th, AT 9 A.M.
Store Closed All Day Friday
UNCLE JAKE DIDN'T AGREE.
The Old Man Upheld His Rsputatio
For Being Contrary.
"Uncle Jake" was ont' of tbe char
acters of Banbury. lie wtw a de.i.
as a post iv bra he wanted to be
nnd .!! contrary a a bundle of s;i ..
Oli- of his nel'hiKir' came into h.
.vurd one day and sdid "l'n--le .I..ke.
J"il iike to borrow jour wuou ihlf
niomins. Mine in haMns a spring
"ou'll ba-$ to speak louder," ro
joined Uncle JaUe. "I don't bear very
v.eil and 1 don't like to loud nry
The old man was an expert tnake
of as helves an occupation In which
there Is inure art than the unitHtruet
ed ttould suppone and these handle
V left at tbe villain? store to be sold
on -juirallon. One snowy dav. nt
Uncle Jake came stninplnu' up the step
of the store, another old fellow who
was known as Uii' le Horace remarked
to the men lounlns about the stove:
"I'll treat the crowd if I don't mnko
Uncle Jake acree to the arst tblna 1
eay to him when he comes in."
"Don't 1-e rash. Uncle Horace!" call
ed out the storekeeper. 'That nerer
hapined yet. and it Isn't likely to."
Hut Pncle Horace merely ?rlnnl
and '.P kel up one of Uncle Jake's hi
helves The door opened, and in came
J: l:e." said t.'nrje riorace, ninnln?
I.'- finders up and down the .smooth
rod. "tlili Is n mlchty stood ai han
No. It ain't-." replied Uncle Jake it
on ( "I mil make cood handles, but
that one you've trot Is the kind peopla
want The don't know no better!"
And L'n le Horace treated the cnta
puny to sardines, crackers and cheesa.
- Youth's Companion
Just i ; : -i ui-ci Mint tin-
et. lui:i- T'mf" the thin:; vm've
en to learn hurt to !ie the '.n -r
eiit for yourself That's yur trouble
lni2ier: you don't "live when jou hiivri
the optKtrtmiliy. A more eoiir
'uld I rfa-li if tbe.v would only leara
h to put th)'t ensv llnide 'JO per " en(
til.. 'Ted It u.te.id nt tbe !-! f tide '
of Uiefr H'-voiints ' - New York World
Tree That Givci Light,
lrnnni; freaks of initure In lre-s
then- stands conspicuous one known n
the Asiatic star tree It Is enormous
ly tall, srowlnsr to a height of from
lxty feet to eighty feet, while from
tb" ground up to u distance of about
forty feet the trunk 1 wrfectly hare.
From that point there sprint n num
ber of tanzlcd HmlM. which shoot it
clusters of lout;, pointed leaves, and It
Is these, sroujssl together, that emit
nt nl-'bt a clear, phosphorescent llirht.
This irives the tree a sjs-ctrol ap'nr
ance anil Is very deceiving to travW
ers. who frequently mistake the clow
for an Illuminated window of a houae.
The !lht is not brilliant, but l a?
tilhnt strength to allow of a news-pap-r
belnc rend by It It does not
Icker. but irlows steadily from
t to daybreak.
BABIES UNDER THE SPOUT. , UJ AT fuDD KOm.
A Lecture on Economy That Mara
Hann? Delivered to Dingley.
. Ilat'iiii did mail) things In a
v ..) 'e erthelesj he was not
to ti in. iili- eijous attention to
j. ' uiiv ori-i..iii Senator Hut.
i. i.i.o.ii in Ua-hnu'tiiii boar
' nr Si-.-li:" llepie'eiitlltivo
1 .' ' III.- I;. 1 1!! law Just el).
1 't' dooi 11, .una walked
""'k a cut beside him.
' ' 1 ' bed and cjco
f ' 't-iii- .nfaiu. IMnule;
.hi i'ie I- Hanua with a
On the Slopes of VesuviM.
Despite the danger to which they ar
eipwed fnim 60.001) to lOO.OX) people
live iihjii the sloiies of Vesuvius, be
ile tli.- .VKi.()) (nbililfatits crowded
;m!'. Naples The reason Is that the
fertility of the soil Is perennial, the
peril only occasional. The vnleatile
ejeeta are rich In alumina, silica. itin
tiesla. lime. jHitash and Iron, which by
'I- di-nmpo'ltoti tfu to make splen
did land Some of the best vines In
I'alv utow on the sfcrm f Vesuvius
If the oh-iino wi-re nwny not one
'eii'h of the many cultivators niiiM
i' -1st In the same area.
'i . e.
1 Icing tho Cake,
l-'or Ihe tir-t time Kthel chllticed le
liei father prepMr ui; to h ' i
: Into t'le l;l "hell, she X I I .t
"i '"It. ui.iiuinii. uess what iiapii i
"I don't know, de.ir. Wlmt U h
'He's innlilut' ii i illte out of his fin e.
Willed Ktliel "He's iuttln the lelti
on It now "-ChlciiKo News
- '.siinoo to. i mouK the lines
- lteHirtB. they ui;reed. In
o i Miti every eias 0f business and
'i- mis piositeliliii. "Evurv one
said II..UI1.1. 'seeiiw to he maklnu iood
Hi -ley protested Ho knew of a
leant ie man who wasn't-lilniself
"ft '- simple, l)isley. very." re
plied . .,u. -You pa) ,our cm-fur
With a tilckul, tho full lmudied ceut on
llio dollar. You may hare noticed that
I paid my rare with a ticket I buy
Her .esrnl AdvlMT-AIiidnin, y
have bad three IiiiIiikU. ami eve
one or them either neni rruzy or in
e.l out o he woithles Vet you
Milukliiu of iimriyliiK nalii! r.ilr i i
i-nt--Ves. sir I ivuiit a ,,ife ami
'iMi-ili.-- Uhli-nxo Ti'lliiitiK
'"'en the life about which least
.il I- Ihe one lh.it mik the lie
-tuileiitl told ou aist nit-'m .
wake uju ut 7 thin uioruiiiK. Why the
dickens didn't you do no? Landlady
Well. Ir. at 7 o'clock you lindn'e cotuo
' lb -eliile lit, , i,
In Simlj They VJter the Youngster
to Keep fi'im Quiot.
The UHllr,. ,. ,i, ,.. iit-lbtsir-
IhhI of Ni.iii.i in ,i, 1,1 ii.i ve a .-iirlOUS
prucilie .i ..i.. ifwlr tuil.l.T." neaii4
under i i. I im n.i.et U order to
-iiil the y ic-ieiv to sd-ep mid to
lie-Ill U'e. -Vlit'l" m lieu car'
m.tii u.i. iij.'k!- tears nuo In tjie
liMitlt mem lolled lliete was ii bultlllit
p!a-e wImth niiu of siiett elilldreu
tnlKllt U- ell hi it uiiivk fliiso In flir
Tlie w.iter of n hill sprint; was wi
ildln-l'-il a. In riirmst) u si-rles of Ill
tie -i,., .r.. i'iii-h iiumt the ttnekiu'ssi
ol -ihes Utile lllifer Ulste eatH
hhii was a kind of earth pillow and
n little troiiL'h to carry away the w.
ter Kuril child wits so laid that or
of ihe water saints played on th top
of lt hind, and the water then runoff
Inti- the truou-h
An Klitrlii-b "lllelal testllles that the
liroeess un" i.iost siiccessful. Then
never wen- sueti (pilet und iintrouble
siuie babies ui those under the hmmiU.
The pinpie were iinMnlmin-s in nert
lin; thai tin- water did tbe children no
harm but that on th contrary. It
belietited and Invigorated them. In
fuel. ihe. seemed to think that a child
not -niijeitisl to ttils priM.'i-HK must
ki-ou ip noft brnliiel and of llttlo o-
i count.-Hiir:r' W'kly.
I ORIGIN OF CINDERELLA.
Thu Dainty Footed Damiel Who 0- '
carne a Kinu'e Wifa.
) Il has said. -Not one L'lrl In a
thousand knows iheorlt;ln of the f-Jetid
of her childhood. Cinderella. '
Her real mime was llhodow, aud
die was a beautiful KKjiitlan uiuldvB
who liven j7i) years isTore the com
moii era and durliif,' the relKii of ono ,
of the twelve klm;s of ICKypt, On
(lay llhodope ventured to bathe In u
clear stream near her home, leavlnjf
ivr shoes, which were very small ly
Iiik on u bank. An eajle. passion
above, eauuht hIkHI of the little san
dals and. inlstnkliie, them for a tootii
witiie tidbit, pounced down and car
rled off one In his beak f
The bird un wttliiy ilnyed the part
of fair, Kodiiiother. for. llyiiK over
Mi'inphls. where the klut; was dls
iH'iisum justice, it let the shoo fall dl
rvctly at the ItltiK's feet. Its size,
beauty and daintiness Itiiiueitliitely nt
Hin ted Hie royal eye, and the klni; de
lenuliied lo know rile wearer of to
rillililiiL' ii shoe
.Messeiieers nere lhroiii;h all
the kingdom in M.nrrh of the foot that
H would (ii (hi,(IM. was DnallA ,,
'nered. Ihe shoe (i.ared ,m ,,.r' f(a,ti
and she wii- .-nn-1,.,1 M (Huniiih ii
.Mel'(ihs wfier.. ,,H iii'i me the ,,u,-e
of Klin; I'sitliiiiietn-iM
D. rot i.-t-tt i; yuiMiuy chicken ;
(rfii.ncrrl Hie Todd. K. Iter l.ian you'
run liHvo .it ho-ii- an ! Uit Iriu miovv. .
Oitniiatxl try int. Sorvu-u from 5:80;
7 p. in.
nii)s.v ii, w
(at!nril,trt nntl Il.av.l
I'eiirCr Itawat. t .. I
' i;. r .i."'.:.-.-.-r?"-"". . '
fUuouhoi4t wllh Pl-iuj Ato"
uvea uw your (uct UiL
ntJixwe jnt uurctal iron.
on tum ntoltidurmliuity,d.i)nu:iW
eal ayirvlco, tniln the Mxtumo th
bit wnje you can buy mtinUme of
rtre. lhl t why filluinotW uiaou
xuusa Uy Ui hulUke ik
Alex McNair & Co.
A Crcjt )'iant.
'What do you think will finally t
elected aa our national plant?"
"Well. It In dolltira to dimes It will
1 '" 1 I t : - t ....-i an
'Hie followltiji prices lire now paid
for firm product h at Tlllutnook City.
Ootrectod every Thurudaj ;
r'KK" per dor..
nutlet, per roll jo.75
J'otntncH, per cwt.
f I me, per lb. ,I7j to
C I-Iiuko, per Ih.
' ' rrotc, per lb.
j J'BMhlpB, per Ih.
M- if. . : , ,
l'uinpkltm, per lb,
ApplcB, per box im to
iil" rr"t wiu, per it),
IIOKi, heavy, dresaed, per lb
Happy New Year.
I lOCDtMaULUTAj I
Iii thin, our hrM imagc of the New Yenr
we wish to cxiii'i'NM inn- !iMiii-i-iiiiwwi i.k ii.,. ....i.e..
hn-their put roiijijrc ilurtnu: the pust yenr. ntul of
what we v.'iltic i-ven more, their eoiiddetice imtl
cordml 00(1 will. V rv.iWw that the public'
tiitere.Hl ;ind om- intcreHtH are 'imittiiil mid that
wnatever neipn one iifli)r,.Vthe nthor -xmmm.t
j-- " ' ' 1 T,aaaJfcSiaaa . a fcj.aaaasal
tlieir pilt roililLfe (llirillf the nnul eiiiu ti4a 1 1 i a I Cil
otirnelveH that (luring the eoniiti year we will tiM
nilt ii1i.nl ...... a . . tt . m .
w... ..ami ui-tii tMiortrt to merit the coiitiiitiatioii
of thcpleanant relationis which have e.xiHtcd in tliej
Accept jour jKincere, winhcH that the New
i "iJLUKyo" 'I'ipptneHHiatid prosperity.
Southern Pacific Company.
SIDNEY li. IJHNDHIC30N
JOHN LfiLAND HENDERSON
Attorney Law and Nolaty public
LAW : AUSTKACTS : REAL n"t'Tl
SIJRVIiYINO s INSURANCE
y ilUnnook, Orcgoil
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