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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAYS
Largest Circulation of Any Paper in Tillamook County
Tillamook, OkKOON, J.Nl ,KY .51, 1 1 1 TS .
This Store Delivers Goods by Parcels Postf Charges Pre
paid. ---Buy Your Crockery at Great Savings
New offerings, new interest, new economies
niurli the i losing ilnyx of the
Friendship and Sale
flu ':C 1,'UTtl
rn i hi; cki; i-sr uvucun
.v Tin. nut si: KiiDvciiit
(iii.nl i ()n!y '.vrltrd
nft. fin wheel muslin,
W'iiii. ui h jray or white tmniinry wool
ttii-h t w cur - fi3c finr.
I'.xu.i .rv hlnnhets. flouhlc lel ic,
i .08 pr.
l."n i hiiiulituy giugliniiif, plaid, clucks
iiml sti ieH .... 9c yd.
1'J l.LVIienvy Inney shirting - 7c yd.
Siixony yni'n nt - - - 5c skein
Regularly sold nt 1 Oe
2 l-'Jc heitvy outing flannels 7 J-2c yd.
Children's heavy fleeced underwear.
white or grny
con la for women; tan or
- - - - $3.33
splendid patterns - 9 -2c yd.
The Greatest Sale of Muslin Wear You Ever Attended
Cl M' Utliuunis. Miiiiuiiv trimmed, cor-
st i .oers. petticoats, fjuwits mid
combinations . ' 63c
SI 50 garments, bcautifiulv trimmed;
combinations, drawers, corset cov
ers, pci'iu'putt, etc. 9fic
M i. garments, elrgautlv trimmed;
petticoats, combinations, gowns,
etc .i . . - - $f.29
?'J.7." garments, entire line of imported
and American high grade muslin
700 yards of fancy silks, regularly sold
at $1 .-5 messaliaes, foulards mid
.if i Ileitis- Friendship Snlc Spcciit
.. -U - - - 69cyf:
ET ONE 6F THESE $J.25 BLACK TISIT-SILK PETTICOATS AT 69c
Comforters at $1.29
Swagger Silk Waists at $2.98
Mi.ttitilul new creations, both dress
- - -,-
c: i ii i
Lace Curtains at 88c Pair
It. -lb vi cam and white, lull length.
I n ?1 .'J
Silkaliue covered, filled with fine
Children's Dresses at Deep Cut
Friendship Sale Prices
$1 OO dresses at 53c
$1.7o t SLVtfs dresses - - $1.29
Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing Reduced.
l .. I e i t . . ....
.miii s i .(.in; ruus HOW
Men's $lht.(J0 .Suits now
$10.95 Hoys' Suits, rc'. to $0 sellers, $3.60
14 .40 I Hovs Suits, rc. to $ kL'o sellers, $2.95
Am. L5vCorsets 98c
L' oo "
Ilu' (iintrr (oimiilrnt lo lrrvlure
M en's $").:"()
J Our Weekly
Better Farms For The Stale. Plans
On For County Demonstration
Farmi. Pupils Interested.
l'ortlind. Ore. Jan. 23l.StM.eial) -Kur-
Uir xprmslon In the sentiment In j fund for advertising report-d and by
COMMERCIAL CLUB MEETS
IN REGULAR SESSION.
Tuesday, Jan. ZA, 1913.
'Pin! regular business martin,; it the
Commercial Club was hew on Tuesday,
January 23, 1013. J'roildent Shrode
MinuUrs of the previous meeting
were road and approved.
The commltUu of solicitation of
ruvor or "earth liirfilion that in tut
itmriK lhrotiih'tit Orison tixluy will
bu k'vi Foliruary whkh hn lifi-n
miido el iMrun'it cl In th' Cnjtilry
Ltfc mnvement. At that tlrntt cwU
of the ntnto nro cxpcclcl to psy pc
liil nttunliiiti to the subject of the iJe
vjl(jnnvr. t of Oroir ol!. tho irn
jwivcm?nl ft our fnrm nnd the better
rienl of country lif ccicml ly.
jBpveiitl pr'iKratnn will be nrrnnsi-d
in the vnrioun nchixili, nn.1 in mnny
town nrni vlluc. pnnic will he
livlil by nchuol children. The nlojjon
tiifcldwi oi for t!w occnlon will Ik:
''Hcttir Frm Will Huild the State."
' Tlic I'Ioh to bt worko.1 out every
where in that the movement to make
better farms nnd to improve the fiirrn
home of Ore-nn ii a utep that make
for the prosperity of nil ihe people.
l.1f on tht farm, if m.vlo more profi
table, will become more attractive and
happier bomca mean more contented
people and an increiwcd country jwp
ulatlon. It In d.ralred that Senate Hill 72. a
measure Iwfore the Legislature to pro
yjdo for cxtennion work by the Oregon
triculturfl CoHkc. ,U discussed by
tHe pupib of the schools on February
li and toacHem and nchwl lnnrls arc
Urvvil to maJio the- necciwary prepara
tions. A copy of this bill will le ient
Miem In tlrrte ror thrtjerenu
Thin mendurv pinna to extend the
benefit of the Oresron Acricultural
(;lleit (o ovesy county in Oregon. Co
ojwrntive demonstration farm will be
one of the chief means used. Knch
county or dwtrict of the state i ill be
nupplicd with these institutions ami
the exjHirU from the 0. A. C. in
chnrvre will o Into partnership with
the farmum in solving soil pnblem
nnd in exploiting Krieultu.'v to the
limit of ita ixwsibililies.
Senato Hill 7- nsVs that the state
this yenr npprobriate a sutlieie t
nmoint to start this work on n k itis
fnctory bui. the eopnties to share in
the benefits also beiiiR expected lo pet
nsiilu funds to carry the project alone.
Tlui Ftslernl Government, too, will be
drawn, u;on for money, it hiivinc made
provisions for extension work of the
First national Bank
. C. HOI.OICN
Ii. C. La. mm
W.M. 0. T.MT
C. V. Tai.mac.u
15 have just installed some modern
Safe Deposit Itoxes where your vaU
liable papers will b- sale lrom inc. l
will be pleased tosho (hum to you.
Under : lT: ; Government Supervision
INTERUST I'AIO ON TIMR DHPOSITS
It i only by such an arrangement
that the Kovornmeut funds can bo ob
tained to furthur demonstration ,fur.m
work in this Htate. To et what it is
' i ntitled to in this direction, the state
, must show iU interest by taking this
, movement up in earnest :nd all those
I who favor the development of Oregon's
' liKricultural possibilities, ita biest
asset, are behind tho proposed measure.
At a recent mentiue; hold in l'ortland,
thu Central Oregon Development
Iamikuc, which drafted the bill, the
Oregon Development League, tho
State Hankers' Association, tho Super
intendent of Public Instruction, the
When the subscription list was being I Oregon Agricultural College, thu livo
elreula.ed last week in behalf of M.,!Jl"c,k fntorcaU. tho railroads and the
I business men of Portland were all rep-
uiuirey. Kov. mcuso put ins name. r,..OM..Hi ...ul 11,,r.l0.i t..lt ti10 .......j of
motion duly made and cirried wis dis-
It vns moveil ami seconded that
the Club endorse an approprintion of
tW,f by the stau; for the Sun
Francisco fair ami that the scrroiiiry
be instructed to notify the representa
tive to that effect.
It was moved to amend the motion
to read TSA.&J) In place of I500.000.
Motion seconded. Carried.
The original motion cs amended nloo
It wn moved nnd seconded that a
committee of three be appointed to act
in conjunction with the Secretary to
take step to Collect outstanding dues
nnd accounts, and to learn what .de
linquent members expect to do toward
retaining their memberships, the com
mittee to report to the House Com
mittee. Motion seconded ami carried.
Will Spalding. C. Smith and Fred D.
Small were appointed.
It whs moved nnd seconded that the
syitotn formerly in Uae of posting a
list of members showing the date to
which dues have been paid be here
after followed. Motion carried.
A motion was made that it is the
sense of tho meeting" that the Club Is
not an eleemosynary institution or a
charitable undertaking- and IhRt th,!
to let the Club rooms to anybody with
It was moved nnd seconded to amend
the foregoing motion to add that the
janitor le instructed not to permit any
meetings In the Club rooms until ?he I
Persons desiring to hold ' it present an
order signed by the President nnd Sec
retary and stating the rent charged.
The amendment was carried.
The motion as ame-xied w s carried.
It was moved and seconded that the
east room at the south end lx cleaned
Recent Rclin; Of State Supreme Court
Opens Way For Fraud". Big
Lots to Stale.
The supreme courts decision that It
is unconstitutional to prosecute tho
creamery man who brings butter from
Wisconsin in a tub here to b? sold
under a dainty wrapper a "Made in
Oregon," clear the way for fjndintf
f7,('),000 of Oregon rnaney annually
away and continues the opportunity
to deceive the people, according to the
biennial report of the Oregon dairy
awl food commissioner, J. W. Uaily,
now succeeded by J. D. Mickle.
It is predicted that if the practice
continues, the dairy industry will be
destroyed, because Oregon Dairymen
cannot compete with th cheap tub
butter, renovated after reaching Port
land and sold at the high market rate.
This, in its turn, it is stated, will
paralize the development of Oregon,
because men wilt not attempt to oper
ate dairies and subdue land who make 8
loss of it because of unfair competi
tion. The report states that during two
years the dairy Industry hai made
material gain in the state, that food
regulations have been successful in
keeping nearly all adulterated stuff
off the market, and that the embalm
ing of meat is almost a dead practice
Prosecutions of vc-vlers of adulterated
lard has compelled some necessary
reforms. Inspection of dairies has
been Ie ih number and efficiency
than during years previous, and thhi
is charged to thu fact that the dairy
xxnmi moner-'e -i-tp:ta r-onry HoTk
half of the peri6 1 Hat three dairy'
men were fined for dirty dairies ami'
One section of the report is occu
pied by the report of tho chemist, A.
S. WelU, who made a ' irge number
ofexaminationsoffo.il oriduct3 djr
ing the two yeaj-s, a-J another
section is occupied by the rsports of
Deputies Duncan and Nelsjn.
Daily credits himself during two
J year? with 123 pro.ecut'.o-, of which
115 were successful. Fifty-nine con-"
demnations were made during arose-
nnd fitted up for use as a committee I cutlori3i 0f wrtjch 33 were dairies, and
rei which resulted in the condemnation of
IS cans of cream, 3 veals, 3 slaughter
room ani thit tho City Cojncil be
strietel to the use of that room for.
its meetings. .lotion earned. houses and 2 boxes of grapes, together
It was moved and seconded that the with the confiscation of 6 milk pails,
AN UNDESIRABLE DOES
down fur $10 witli thu understanding
that lie would pay thu amount later.
On Monday thudny on which Mrs. Dud
ruy left, a stranger, who in some man
ner learned that Itov. Mee.su had not
paid his mihscriptiou, called at the
IT, 11, ParHDiiMgi) and atnted that Mrs,
Dudrey was about to leave and asked
Itov. Mcoho to turn the money over to
him. After a little dulay thu money
I was turned over to the atrnnger who
gave ii receipt Migued G. P. Nichols.
I On Thiirnday Kov. Meeso discovered j Agent Viekers tells us that ho has
his iniHtnku and olllcurs havo been put j been notified to tho effect that Rail
I on the ciiho, Thu prospect of getting transportation will bo resumed next
tho fellow, however, nro very small, as i Sunday, in euso no serious mishap
the hour is agricultural extension work
that shall reach to every part of tho
state. All present pledged their
support to the bill now before the Leg
islature and pointed to tho widespread
benefits that will follow its passage.
TRAIN SERVICE TO BE
ho probably got out of tho county
BRICK LAYER SERIOUSLY INJURED
takes plaeo between now and that
I Tho first train over tho road since
December 28, arrived hero Wednesday
night and was composed of engine, five
cars mid u cuboosu. Three- of tho ears
contained merchandise long overdue,
and two of tho ears contained fuol oil.
It has boon estimated that the cost
council be required to pay $12$ month
ly as rent for the room and $5.00 extra
for each overflow meeting nt which the
large hall is used. Motion carried.
It was moved and' seconded thr.t the
janitor he instructed to exclude all
peWOns from' he Club rooms except
members and 'thoe' who 'hold visitors'
cards in nccordahe'e With" " the by-laWsi
It was moved to amend the consti
tution by repealing the amendment to
Section 2 of Article 3 relative tc dues,
past May 21, 1912, and substituting the
original provisions of the constitution
therefore. Motion was seconded. Ac
tion deferred until next regulnr busi
A motion duly made nnd seconded
that each member pledge himself to
bring in n new member within 30 days I
or pay $10.00 into the treasury of the
Club, was carried.
It was moved and seconded that the
1 Secretary lie instructed to wire the j
State Railway Commission relative to
train and mail service to this district.
It was moved and seconded that the
meeting adjourn until Wednesday,
Kebninry 5, 1913. which meeting
should be ii combined business meeting
and smoker and that tho president
appoint a committee of three to
I arrange a program tor that evening,
it being understood that prospective
members may bo invited to attend.
The president appointed Ralph Cady,
S, M. Kerrnn and H. 1.. Heals, Jr., to
arrange tho meeting. t
K. J, Clausseu,
as the work of the dairy and food
commissioner in two years. Hubget.
This forenoon at about 10:00 o'clock
Will Nilblo'of Portland, who Ikib thu
contract to lay. tho brick work at tho
now bank bulldinir, foil about 30 feet of maintenance of tho P. R. & N. dur
from u dofoctivu ncalVold, Htriklnif on Ing tho pust month has boon $150,000,
Ids back, uud shoulders, injuring him- j with no Income. It is safe to presume
self' neiiouiily.' Some bpnus nro brokun Hint had tho railway peoplo known
but jiiat how serious his condition ia wlmt it wb to cost them in first con-1 is thoroughly established,
Ih not known nt this time. atruction work, nnd inulntonunco tho thoroon will bo great.
first few years in battling with tho
elements, they would have been very
reticent about putting n road in here,
especially over thu present route. It
takes u "long sack" to manipulate u
railroad in this county. However,
Tillamook county's resources ure of
such nbumluncu thut onco our present
road or any other that may build hero,
L.UUKS A Nil GKNTLEMliN 01'
Tillamook and Vicinity:
'OU nro most cordially
invited to call and in
spect the season's pro
ductions ol imported
and domestic suitings,
other fabrics. You will
surely find man)' beau
tiful patterns designed
to be made up into
perfectly tailor e 'd
clothes adapted to
J. Wm. Edwall
MEN'S and LADIES'
2nd Ave. East, Next
to County Bank
Bargain Day Subscriptions for
the Oregon Daily Journal taken at
Litiuur'5 Drug Store, Dally nnd
Sunday by mail, i year, $5.00;
Dally, $3.75! Sunday, $1.50; Sernl
Weekly, H5C, This offer expires
Feb, 7, 1913.