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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1913)
issued twice a week-tuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of an v Paper in Tillamook County
Tillamook, Oukkon, Fkiiim'akv 20, 11)1. '5.
"fcxtM rnuy, ( - wwuoic uuuu duinm l r.tding stamps with every
juc purcnasc in .tu aepArimcnin. Kcmcmbcr this Is for Friday only.
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HUVail W II li iCW ..Jail II IM LflrllX.
Suits and Dresses lte
Thf littot mill MiMit.t nnv Spim Jdsliiuns, icproductioiiH of"
Inli tlasK Im run moilolh mid tin tn wcnt ci cations of
A nu t u-.i'h luhinive ilcMtiers.
Tailored Suits from $15.00 to $27.50
New style ffAturra ate rather short cutaway coats, draped
Hide "Uh'k plvats" ui the sKiriN. Iurje Hell (nnaments and fasten
tufj. tunJ inaiiv otlirs tlitun that jive added smai tne.ss; extreinelv
fancy, iiIho nnnleiatelv tnminet! The new' materials, fancy wor
sted, wool cpoiiKe. two toned Bedford cords, series, and many
Other frijihionnhle itwitei inlH. The new colors include leather
hrown, tnn. Copenhagen lilue. jrny and llacl stripes, navy ami
lilncli striH'H The sites, from 111: to l-S, for women, women of
extra size, small women and ihimmcs.
1K OK ClIAKtilv. When alterations arc necessary our expert
tailoress will sec you arc pci lectly htted to your own satisfaction
Women's and Young Ladies' Coats from $8.50 to $20.00
Artistic draped effects are amonj; the newest styles in shorter coats, loose shoul
der clli. is Willi double cults, panel fronts, corded and plain yoke hacks, loosely
Idniun np effects, eliiiiuj: lo the lorm; trimmings of hire self buttons. The new
miterbb, 1NkIh1i coverts, wool eponc, imported diagonals, series, and fancy
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Fashionable. Dresses $8.75 to $16.00
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IUi irmm IICW rUyic llimnaiions ieseen m iuc new ueep mccvu aim utcp cun
effects, piped with satin channelize with la rc collars, strictly tailored models with
fini ih.iiK'd skirts at verv popular puces
Advance Showing of Spring Millinery
SATURDAY, MARCH 1st, om work rooms in the balcony will open. Milli-
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tier t s year assumes early season interest ivasier is uiuy a Miori umv away.
Wcui n your inspection to a millinery treat. The discriminating dresser always
malis varlv season selections. We will feature smartly I rimmed tailored and
'ress its. Mauv are reproductions ol 1'iencli nats, ami as many moieare me
mlap' turns and creations of our own designer which are equally clever. Hats
lciK!i.il and made to order at short notice.
Hats trimmed free of charge when buying your trimmings and shapes here.
700 Pair New Spring Shoes
. men's, youu ladies, men's, boys , and children's n surprisingly wonderful
sliipn. nt. the" most fashionable styles, correct models, all widths and sizes.
Some of the models-Tan button, j?un metal button, put metal nice, tan initton
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o.... - velvet ami suede pumps, while Ducks, pateui icauier ouuou o.xioros,
hhul . , nt tans, pin metal, null vici, Ked Cross comforts, old Indies' comforts, and
Fl r helm Shoes for men.
N In tOkSI-TS-Bv far
tin puniest figure re-
dnn-f and figure
.iMHiia aeons jwwm".
1-RlvIi The magazine of
Ladies' I lomejour
nal patterns for
March read v.
One Dozen Score Cards With A
25c Deck of Curds.
Tillamook drug store
KOCH cSi M 1 1 I
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Fk,1( J , ISrll )M. . I 13oo.. Norlh ol Ftofflcr
SatiiflioB Gu.rnteed. Money Back W aa",,anuf)f
P0 GOLD BOND STAMPS
With Erery C$h Subscription to the .
ilJLLAMOOK IIBRAI-I j
KF.rORT OF DEAVKR SCHOOL.
Month iMiilInt? Fol. 21, Ui:i.
Hiirollliiont: Hoys -0, Jjlrln 20.
Number of diiyn tmiKht 20.
Wliolo niiii'hor of ilnj'M iittumliiniv
Wliolo nuinhur of iluys nhsonru 2S.
Wluilu iminlwrof times Into UI,
Number of mipllH nolthor iibsont nor
AvoniKO mimbor bolon;iiiK !H.7
Avi'WKM daily iittomlimco 117.SI
I'or ront of utti'inhuu'o IK1.8.
Nmiif8 of impiln iii'ltlior absont nor
Into! Abnihnm Hayn, Dowv SuIHiir,
Hoy 1'uyni', ?:vn (iodHoy, Fay Huston,
Don tlilluTt, Honald Sailinif, Wayne
JnrkHim, Harold t'olllur, Vem Jackson,
Hula Huston, Nollls Klnnimian, Shlrl
Jackson, llattlo Huston, Ardls Collier,
Wllllo NeClay, Howell Ayer, Merlo
Allison, Kutli Allison, Virulnln Allison,
William Allison, Orvllhi Allison, Mi
dm! Allison, I'erry Huston, Joo Hub
ton, Uuy Huston.
Teachers: Mls Anna Wood and F.
Orffon Alm.Bic it Uied at a Text
book. Dairy tndustr- to be En
couraged in Ontario Diilrict.
1'ortli.iMl, Ore. Kei. 26 (Spt-clal) -Tho
Oregon AltimtiKc, Imij,iI by the
Slate limnlKrntion CominUniiin, l in
dcltmnl by kcIkmiU mid cullee where
It l tiid nn ii tuxlirf'ok, which I help
Inif nlonj; Um Vnow-yimr-stntii move
ment. 11te ttlfiiannc, of which nil rd
itlon of ;M,(X) wm printwl. U MM
with (lain rnrrfully Kitthenil ntnl com
pllol mimI in, In subttnnco mi) admirable
cncyclopedin mi Oregon. Tbi book In
Iwllik' dltrlbut-d lo inquirers in nil
pnrU of the cwunlry from the Portland
Headquarter of Hip Oregon Dcvclo
meiit U'ujtU'i mid coplc will be tent,
without charge, to nny sUite school
delriiiK them fur uu in educational
During the coming yenr the book wil
be complctuty rcvinvd and enlarged and
letter arc now belni; sent out to
county nuMton in order lo t;ct accur
al! alalUlIca uti land claiatHcation in
the various pari of the atate, in order
that reliable fiurvi nmy be printed a
lo the extent of land timbered, tillable,
The Ontario diitrict hopes to make
that one of the best dairy sections in
Orcj(on. Heretofore, the chief cmpha
tin ha been placed on the possibilities
of fruit crowiiii: and a bit; apple dis
trict has lwn built up. Hereafter, the
chief elforl will ho Ui attract dairymen
and lo induce local farmers to keep
herd of milk cows. Letters were sent
to 60,000 dairymen throughout the
country, to 2.00U Mgriculluritl colUite
students und to '2,000 bolter makers
tellioK of the udvuntac olTered to
dairymen by Onlaiioand Die surround
Sciiool children of the state are sinn
ing etitlon cnt oui by Ihe State
SuK)rlntendenl of Public Instruction
askltiK that the famous battleship Ore
tun bo placet! at the head of the ojen
iiiK navai parade through the i'anuaia
Canal. After bcini; sittmnl by all the
school children of thu state, the peti
tion will be rot nr. ed to Salem and for
warded l President and Congress eurly
In the Spring.
That Oregon can grow splendid corn,
ratikfug well with the best corn staUs
of the Union, is the otalcmont of C.
I- Smith, aK'ricultunst for the O -W.
H. Sc. N. Company, who is arranging
a corn show to he held next fall at
Pendleton. This will be open to corn
exhibits by farmers in every part of
j Oregon and another show will hu held
at Colfax, Washington, for the farmers
of that state. "Farmer" Smith de
clares that the average corn crop kt
acre in Oregon Is larger than in low it,
that corn is a plant that will adapt
itself to almost any climate and should
(V made one of the chief item: of agri
cultural production here.
A use for hop vines left in the field
after the crop is picked has been found
by an experimenter at Tikoiiki, Wash.
He proposes to utilize the fibre in much
the same way that llax is used, n
chemical is used to dissolve thu vege
table matter thai encloses thu lit) ro and
the latter is then ready to be dried,
carded, spun and made into cloth.
Practically the same treatment and
machinery can be used as in llax man
ufacture. A Shetland pony will be an attrac
tive prize in tiiu juvenile industrial
contest to he hold at the State Fair
this year. It will bo awarded to the
boy or girl making tho best exhibit
of livestock anil is otlVied by tho Port
land Union Stockyards Company. Thu
exhibit must consist of at least one
li.ii, or pen, of chickens or ducks, two
pigs and u sheep. There, will bu many
other prizes for which tho young farm
ers may compete.
A. D. CASE DEAD.
A. 1). Case father of A. K. Case,
died at the Case homo this morning at
1 four o'clock of old aire, buinir 97 vears
old at tho time of his death.
Deceased was a cousin of J. I, Case
tho noted Haclno, Wis,, farm imple
Tho funeral will bo hold at tho homo
ut 1 Thursday afternoon.
NEW DEPOT NOW
- , , I In Regular Session.
It s'.-ems mighty lo J lllarnookers i
Ui see the now depot at Inst under con-,
atrurtion. A week or more ngr the ; Arrangement! for St. Patrick's Day
Dance Diicuiscd. Campaign For
New Mcmberi Resumed.
railway jruople ot busy nrx! did some
excavating with the aid of a steam ,
shovel arvl some eight learns bclong-
Ui the Warren Construction Company,
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carici)ters, who have begun their r.,,,. . . ..
k i Cluo met In regular monthly meeting
. ' ,, ,,, . , I with about twenty members present.
The railway company will build Mlmite.of prevlou. mcctin-; read and
depot and the company crpen cr . 00fi a
Hies. HcrtI is now on the job with m . . ,a . . .. .
,four men. He expects, however, thstt j Mctjon of c)ub at ,ai(t rc(jinr meeting.
ten more men will be added to his .
force today or tomorrow.
Ail the material for the new depot
is now on hand and Mr, Herd expect
to have the building completed by
May 1. The main building of the new
depot will be 25x112 feet, with two
platforms, one platform being 8x25
fet am! the other 36x25 feet.
The J. It. & N. began running trains
In here one year ago last October and
up to thl time the people have been
put to considerable inconvenience be
cause of there being no drpot. We are
going to have a good depot and we will
certainly appreciate it.
Subscribe for tho Herald,
wlof a week.
Custom Inspector F. L. Parker and
Joe. Johnson of Astoria came in Mon
day to Inspect the bark Mlml on the
Nehatem Beach in order to prevent any
dutiable jroods from being carried
aakore. They loft the following day.
B. A. Todd is about to let a contract
for the clearing of 15 acrea of Und on
his farm on the North Fork to the
Staaick liros. who are engaged in clear
ing" land for E. X Scovell," when They
finish their present contract.
The Mohler Cheese Factory will start
up about March 1st, according to pres
et)' plans. Hugh Barber has been re
tained as cheese maker fur the coming j
season having given entire taiisfac
lion in that capacity during the past
both to employer and patrons as well.
Sam Lundbcrg has completed the ex
cavation far the new building which
he is building in Wheeler. He is build
ing along practically the same plans
as the new building which Alex Andcr
50') Jr. is just completing in Wheeler.
These two buildings are each 30 by 60
feet and two story and well built and
are a credit to the new town of Wheel
er. Mr. George Hosenhall, one of the
men who came to Wheeler from Lynden
Washington, with Mr. Jensen, has
purchased two lots in Wheeler and will
immediately start to clear the same
and will erect a bungalow.
A subscription list is being circulated
in Wheeler with tho idea of raising
sulllcicnt funds with which to erect a
church building. A location for thu
church has been donated and it is prob
able that construction will start within
a short time.
A Uoanl of Underwriters consisting
of E. C. Generaux of Seattle, surveyor
on the Puget Sound for the San Fran
cisco Hoard of Marine Underwriters,
and Captain Albert Crowe of Portland
who represents Oregon territory in the
same capacity accompanied by Captain
Westfall, mine in Tuesday from Port
land to inspect tho Mimi and ascettain
tho possibility of gjtting her on? the
They arrived at Wheeler at 3 :30 and
immediately boarded a launch which
took them Hown the bay. The party
loft tho stranded vessel in short order
and after a thorough inspection decided
that shu could be taken oil" safely.
Tho plan recommended by Captains
(lunoraux and Crow is to put out two
mushroom anchors 4000 feet from
shore to which will bo fastened two
two-inch steel cables from tho vessel.
Two donkey engines will pull on these
cables and a sulllcicnt strain will bo
maintained to keep them perfectly taut
at all times which will have a' tendency
to keep thu vessel outward from tho
beach. In this manner it is believed
that tho vessel will come olf easily.
! Tugs will also stand ready to ren
der any assistance that may bo nec-
. essarv. Arrangements having already
1 been mado with tho Port of Portland
und Puget Sound Towing Co., of Se-
' attlo for the uso of tho tugs.
! It will reijuiio live daya time before
anything will be done, however, as the
owners of tho vessel at Hamburg, Ger
many must bo notified before the
whereby every club member was to
secure a new member or pay 10.00 in
to the club treasury, be not considered
Motion was made that time for ob
taining new membership under the
f 10.00 rule be extended 30 days. Mo
Motion was made that com
mitu-e of three be appointed aa
nominating committee to receive nom
inations for election of officers for the
coming year, nominations to close
thirty days before election which will
be held on the regular meeting night
In April. Motion carried, and presi
dent appointed Wm. G. Talt. Chaa. I.
Clough and It. W. Watson on this com
mittee. Motion was made, that no admission
fee be charged for entrance to the
club rooms on the night of the St Pat
rick Day dance and basket supper, and
that a general price of $1.00 for gents
be charged for dancing. Motion car
ried. A general Invitation is extended to
all to attend this affair, with the ex
pectation that the ladies will bring
baskets, and that those who wish may
danee, and that all the gents present
will bay baaketav
DAILY CURRENT FILINGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
Furnished By Pacific Abstract Co.
The Nehalcm Co. to Henry Thuroan,
$300, lot 5 blk 24 Wheeler.
First Bank & Trust Co. to Fredrick
Buccrman, $55, lot 5 blk 62 and lot 30
blk C2 Kockaway Beach.
First Bank Trust Co. to Jacob
Kratt $20, lot 23 blk 69 Rockaway.
First Bank &. Trust Co. to Arnold
Roethlin $20, lot 31 blk GG Rockaway.
Frank Dye & wf to T. C. Morrison
$10, 2 tracts in Sees 23 & 33 1 S 9 W.
Nchalem Bay Co. to Kate Allison
$175, lot 11 blk 11 Necarney City.
W. C. Hawk & wf to Louis J. Big
nell & wf $200, lots 37 & 33 blk 20
First Bank & TrustvCo. to Elizabeth
P. Starbuck $20, lot 32 blk 14 Rockaway
Nehalem Bay Land Co to Margaret
D. Lewis $230, lota 5 & 6 blk 3 Necar
Nehalem Bay Land Co. to Elizabeth
P. Lewis $60, lot 1 blk 3 Nehalem
Nehalem Bay Land Co. to Frank M.
Lewis $60. lot 29 blk 3 Nehalem Beach.
Nehalem Bay Co. to Arthur H. Lew
is lot 2 blk 2 Nehalem Bench. $60.
Alexander Christie, Archbishop, to
Theodore M'v Burr lot 13 blk 50 Bay
occun Park, J 10 et-til.
T. B. Potter Realty Co. to -II. W.
Fountain lots 35 & 36 blk 45 Bayocean
Bay City Land Co. to E. A. Nelson
lot 5 blk 10 Bay City, $500.
Northern Pacific Railway Co to Jacob
Welty 40 acres in Seo 30 1 S 0 W, $330.
Bertha A. Hunt & bus. to J. M. Llts
berg & wf 17.43 acre tract in Sec 31 1
S 9 W. $6500.
It comes Underwriters have
tho authority to f
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