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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1913)
issued twice a weektuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of any Paper in "Tillamook Countv
Tillamook, Ouicoon, .JAian 11, 15)1:5.
li. m ufMWi r i: e r i. a u
Departments in the Store
Hit' nilK taltrta whnIi liltlioiH, 'A1-., hi with, in all tin
MHltiuiinMt ami utiipfc color Jflc yd.
i .. i a test, ttiitiUT neeltwenr iiovcllkm at timiMunl valtieH
25c, '18c, up to $1.00
in) ilonliiiiijj all wool duigotml. iwiKliah miunre ami rhevi.
,. -no iti. wide ....... $2.67 yd
SprcUl Sale WoiupiiV medium weight knit underwear, union
.nit or M'twu'nir Ramiem 55c
tttilnl now ruehing. lintier styles Ujmis XIV neck flouncing-.
i.i ailrtl and braided tjdes .... 25c lo 44c yd.
. 'Mark ?;niren and finr clinmhray wnims, ies 0 u M wain,
ti njurcial .......... 29c
"ft T''-WN w,,s ""Wiiery s0 fiieiniuiiif tl tic! entrancing" was
the remnrk nveruenrd by one of tin Indies when coining
liom out' millinery loa ymicrdny, "nntl o moderatch
i ! " Thin and many hioit complimentary exprcsnions were
i .liter viewing the Inrjie display. We have prepareil lavishly
-u this ean both in tailored and dress irinuned mode.
I'ntrlmmed H.U in every imaginable uhape. Copies of the smart -
tun aaa and Puti modeln, Mibtn, hemp, hair braid, etc., ete.
1 1 ilxuate showing of feathers. Hiicltups. llower, ete.. ami at
u von wtwh to pay. Better order your Ivaster bonnet toda.
its and trimming are purehaseil here our expert designer will trim your
i .dditionnl charge
- 1 lntihlc (UU.lt WP Tnuliun Stninis in Ml Pcinrtnicnts in the Stoic
he Smartest Spring Suits, Clever Spring Coats,
harming New Frocks-For the St. Patrick's Bail
i. t. dclav, and it's best to see these beantilul silk I rocks and dresses; dc
,,,,,,, here will give you but a faint idea oi their beauty. Diverse in their
mutable stvles and' labries, for all types, lor all ages, and occasions.
. shfti1TgViTWi"illiriecrtnritjf party-gowns, KnMcrfroclcs-artd Trot
We specialize at t he-clow prices
h . !.
W deliver free of charge
to any p0jllti Tillamook
nnt, by parcel post,
I'urclmBCH amounting to
$1 .00 or over.
Silk Dresses from - $10.00 to $18.50
Evening Frocks from - 15.00 to 20.00
White Serge Dresses from 14.50 to 19.50
He lAILORliD bUllo com ueir nwi ..
, n.-.des for Dress and Kuu-Alumt wear; a lieautilul ranp?
' ...ii uoolet. mannislt m'utuixs and series, in all the
,s l-'or tlie smart types they are splendid values at
$15.00, $16.50, $19.95, up to $35.00
in.. . . i .1. ...II ...I III,. IVIII II'I.'.'IIHV 1()V
'H . "vf . A II S i, Kin iiimui'
uill wonder at T- the wom o. or yunK lady who
..iliritvol tadoretl.nal dress slv ies ami wealth o( ma
...ii i iv,.wl.m.. to see these attractive new Spring
Uxor new models amlauealth of materials ineludinK
me, homcsptm. diagonals, uiannwh mixtures am me
1 - pherd checks". The showing is radically d.flerent Iron.
-us Desirably priced at
$8.00, $12.50, $17.50, to $20.00
i i .,, r.u) iiosn r,,Ju .sr.i . n i"v
New Styles in Spring Dress Goods,
qm,c nH W?sh Cottons
, . ...JT ' .,.,,: huny and see this magnificent array of mate-
i in. in y liinn i 'i
i n. . . . . .... i
i in w
t . .. II ... ,l,ir
cw dress linens, latest wnivn,
New ln;h.-ims, combination checks,
Mnpcs, phtids and plain coiois,
1 . . ftc to 33c yd.
New porc.-vles, betiutiful line of newest pnt
tuns nud coloriiiK
2 i-2 to Jiic yd.
Ralin -. j ur i In oroner op' UiK
EXCEPTIONAL MvAcf .StlrinP SIlKS
OFFERINGS 1 . ,nM,ninmu display, in
SpriniiH newest and most desirable " V(ii ,vcrc ,ilks 80
orcsol exclusive weaves, at cNt.v.nely mm k ()(-
Popular and the varieties so great, uui mm
wmililul linster silks.
. . .1 i MiVnlors and weaves.
marvel jil tue ui.h
materials in a good nmge 01 eoiois.
New Spring dress goods, black and col
or hundreds ol vnrds to select Iroin,
shephertl checks, chillbn batiste, storni
,ii tailored .serges, Ivughsh mixed
suitings, hair line stripes fancy niix.
tares, etc., Irom - 35c to $3.00 yd.
Tillamook agents for
Nemo and American Lady
JU Corsets, Ladies' Home
Journal Patterns. Magti.
CinnA Dressinir sent
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w. r..,vw mi; in'"" .vMv-.
The CwMf ComrnmiH
U. S. Sailor Boy
I Jot Alkiaioa Formjdjr of Tillamook
County, Now In Far F.at With
U. S. Navy.
n V. S. S. nneinnnli,
t Swiiion, Clilm,
' Jnu. 0. 10W.
I vbll try nml write m fw lliiu tM
We wrrH'Ml here Suturdny nftornowt
tmlffflilhl hour run from Sbnrujlliil.
Wfl liavo bwn living; on oytr nw)
rnn'c. ! ! fnmif hr. Wu pay
'in ctrili Mi'X. for n tnull hrmkut Uml
holiJti nttoiil two ilozpn oraiiKP.. The.)
nrtt )ln?, tKi. Oyntvrn nro 20 cent
Moid! n xuixl, nml n few of in k I"
toK5ht-r nml luy n fi-w (kmuhIh nml i;ot
o:i tf the xiV to fix thum up for Ua.
I went nhtiro with i hunch ywtonlny
ntxl nc took trly through the hllln
nl J Kt ncvurnl (Int' plcttirtm. My
nte no iorc I cnnhnnlly wnlk, it in
lh' firt time I hnvu wnlkwl over n
I. . ... it I..
Sinn? in one iiuiit ninrv wu iii noivoiu
Svt'nton in the wort plnev wu hnvc
ui truck J'ft, there i iwthitiK here hut
! tlmoioicn consul nml chink. The
Stnmlurtl Oil Company hn two lar;t;
InnV here nme n every ort in
I Oilnn. We hnvc never heon in u jwrt
yet hut what there nre several larjje
'tliere arc nlwut one Hundred Ihouv
I ntul hhiiIii in Swnton and the placo
bloc not cover 01 much irronnd i Tillu
jmuoV. None of the streets nrc over
irixor eiht feet wide nnd in most
i pinion only three or four foeL There
j I lrk'' lUh market in one corner of
the town nml they huve nenrly every
kirn! of llh thnt there I in the ocean,
even to Jolly'fUh iind devil Huh. It in
rtrtP'plncr - where-n person -rcU oik.
Iuii.ilri.il ncenu on the dollnr. I'hey
hIwmvh lieen their flnh until they nro
i nU no matter if they do get rotten
' they out llu'ill jimt the nine.
Thii in 11 Rrent place for iilk nml lin
en drawn work. 1 hnvc Itousht three
mdhII pieces ami nm i;oini; to neml
, them to you purhnp.1 they will Ikj hoo
' for MitnethirtK. I am koIiir to buy n
! lot of tilks when I tot readv to co
j home it don't p ty to eml it by moil,
j j There are several fellow in the crow
', thai are Kettmir the cocnino habit. One
2 ! iruy wn running nil oror thu ship last
I'niKht. Ho lookwl ami ctel worse
B j than any craiy erson I ever nw. They
n have not been at it very lonjj but are
mire to ot caunht if they keep it up
very loni;. One of the chink stewards
otr thm tdiip win cmiKiit siinuKKliiiK
opium at .Manila and he i.s doiii a year
at I'avite now at hard labor. !
We will lunve here Monday for Man
iln. V nro R.dn alon with the Smt
ntotfa nml Albany and are Koinn to
have street innnovuvres on the way.
We will U ,lrJ' dock at Conclapo
iiKnin and will probably lie there a
mouth or more for repair. They nay
we won't j;o buck to China before A p
nl or Mav. but may no anytime.
P I have made out pretty rckkI on pic
ture here. I have already koui unoui
liftetm dollarH worth and have about
thirty dollar worth ordered, and am
1,'oinu out with a party hkiuii Saturday
and Suudav and take some more. I ux-
poet to make some money washing bugs ;
ami hnmiiUH'KB while we are away
from ShnnKlmi. Wo chunked hags
thin week and two of us scrubbed
twenty-seven at one dollar each and
we ehaiiKo liainmoekrt next week and
we will have nearly forty Imumiocktt
to Hcrub, and we ot two dollars each
for them. When we are in SlmiiKlmi
they are all eut ashore and the Chink
wash a bat; and hammock both for
The money wo use out here is only
worth ono half what U. S. money is.
We have stayed here so lone that we
will miss the January Transport and
there Is a hunch on board that are do
ink' over timo now and u ureal many
with only a fow days to do and you
can imntfino how they feel ubout hav
ing to stay unothor month out here.
Wo will ot a bunch of recruiU ua
soon as wo ot to Manila. 250 came
out on tho last transport.
Woll 1 onn't think of any thliiK moro
to nlKht. l'lonso write soon.
V. S. Wo haven't Kotton uny mail
since Christmas all our mail has been
sent to Munilu from Japan.
First National Bank
WM. 0. TAIT, President.
J. C. HOLDEN, Vice President.
Interest Paid on Time and Saving Drpoiiti.
Under United States Government
On Saturday evening a InrRc number
of our citizen who nre disposed to fiRht
the pnylnc of the pavinK nsse!ment
met nt the court house and decided on
a plan of proceedure.
It was decided thnt those feeling
themBclve o disposed should band
themselves together under an agree
ment to pay 10 jxr cent of the amount
nHeK.Ml Buninst them for pavement
into n fund which will be used to pay
the exenie of n law bUit.
Some sixty nainc have already been
ecured repreenttnt about ?0,000 of
the pnvint; awessment, ami the pros
jiecla nro that many moro will come in.
brinjrini; the total up to more than
ilW.OJO ns representative of the pave
Among the proerty holders who
have taken hold of the fight are: C.
aivd K. Thayer, who have retained a
special attorney, H. T. Goodspeod.
Dnve Mnrtiny. W. G. Dwight. Heal?
Hro., Geo. Edmunds. C. It. Wolfe,
W. C. King. F. S. Whitehou.se. Odd
Fellows, Chas. Kunze and J. S. I.amnr. i
The citizens are taking hold of the
matter with a strong hand and will no
doubt give the Warren Construction
Co. a hard light, with the best of
changes for winning.
PROPOSED NEW ROAD
Subscribe for tho Herald,
twice a week.
K. J. Myers spent several dnys and
nights in the woods between here and
Sandlake last week while endeavoring
to find n short cut trail that might be
made into a good road. He was sue-1
eessful in his endeavors nnd tells us
that the routo which he has blnied will
shorten tho road between Sandlake and
Tillamook over eight miles. Tho dis
tance between Sandlake and Tilluniook
as now traveled by way of Hemlock is
Mr. Meyers contends that as tho
county is contemplating building n new
road from Sandlake to Hemlock, it
would bo better for tho Sandlake peo
ple to have the new road built over the
trail lately blnzed by him and connect
with the Hewlcv Creek road. The dis
tance between Sandlake and the Bcw
ley Creek road is but a little more than
the distance between Sandlake ami
Hemlock and would make n difference
of S miles as previously stated in the
trip to Tillamook.
We understand that if this route is
taken settlers in the vicinity of Bewley
Creek will donate towards the new
If this new route is taken the people
of Woods will no doubt pull pretty
Strong for a road from Woods to Sand
lake. Wah the completion of a new
road from Woods to Sandlake and from
Sandlake to Bawley Creek the distance
between Woods and Tillamook will bo
shortened over eleven miles.
COUNCIL MEETS IN REGULAR
On Monday evening the city council
met in regular session and passed a
blanket ordinance ordering cement
sidewalks to be laid in the central part
of the town.
The district included in the blanket
ordinance takes in, in a general way,
the following territory: From Front
Street south on Stillwell Ave. to Fifth
street, from the corner of Stillwell
Ave. and Fifth Street east to Third
Ave. East, running on Third Ave.
East to Fourth Street and then to
Fourth Ave. East and from there north
to First Street.
Considerable cement walk has already
been laid in the territory included in
the above description. While the above
ordinance gives the council power to
lav walks at any point it wishes to, the
fact that there will be considerable
building in this section this summer
may cause the council to eliminate
some of the walks for this season.
An ordinance was passed calling for
bids for ihe sale of two street improve
ment bonds, one bond for JiiOO and tho
other for $317.01. Those bonds cover
the improvements in the matter of
ement walks in Maple Grove Addition.
A party from Fortlund who is de
sirous of starting a saloon at the Ram
sey House endeavored to have his bonds
approved for the same but his request
On Your Own Account
have you any money in tho bank? A part of your earnings ought
to bo placed there, anyway. Everybody can afford to save some
thing, however little. Have a bank account of your own und you
will feel happier, better, moro independent. Make your little
monny earn moro, and so grow bigger. Better than hoarding it
whero Arts or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is a receipt
and an evidence of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook Cotmty Bank