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ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Largest Circulation of any Paper in "Tillamook County
Tillamook, Oiu'.oon, March L'f, '.) .'!.
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Double Gold Bond Trading Sl.tmp.s Friday with Each JOc Cash Purchase in Every Department
Udu-V Home Journal Patterns for April Now Ready -Magazine of "Good Dressing" Free at
Our Pattern Counter New Shipment American Lady Corsets, Latest Spring Models
Spring's Fascinating Dress Goods and Silks
at "The House of Fashions "
I tlui dhmviiiK nre oiled the must f.Hliin.mUi- aurl lcir,.llc of black .siilcs n)ul dress uooth, plain and
.o.! NtutiuKH 'iixl iiovdu hilU at prices which will interest every ec nomieal woman.
WORSTED SHEPHERD CHECKS 25c Yd.
I st.tplc httihioimlilc novelt in loth Inre, me
.' a ui-l small black anl white checks, washnlile
ALL WOOL IMPORTED BATISTE 69c Yd.
Hit new Mill eliuuiitL matenal in a splendid array
of t' c latest Spring coloring lor dresses and owns.
IMPORTED FRENCH CREPE ALBATROSS SOc Yd.
I ntucly new weaves, til wool soli finish material
iti a beautiful rane of street and evening shinies
WORSTED, DANISH CLOTH AND SERGES 35c Yd.
Just the correct materials for children's dresses,
women's waists, etc., in all the practical Spring color
nip, .ty dcsiraldc weaves.
This week you'll find desirable, dqendnhle HLACK DKIvSS GOODS in the most fashionable weaves and
the latvt fabrien. famous for their durability, reliability and the unvarying standard of quality to which they
must conform. These moderate, attractive prices will mean immediate buyers; we suggest an early inspection.
FANCY BLACK STRIP! fANANA 98c Yd.
Extremely fashionable material for gowns and
dcmi-tnilorcd suits; width 44 in., exquisite high finish,
soft, wearable fabric.
FANCY BLACK WOOL EPONCE fl.41 Yd.
The season's style sensation. Very smooth sur
laccd. finely woven fabric, high finish, rich black.
ENGLISH MOHAIR BWILLIANTINE 69c Yd.
kVersiblc brilliantine HI in. wide, dollar value,
!iiKxioi quality, very bright and lustrous, perfect ever,
finish in a deep rich black.
BLACK TAI10W WOOL SERGES 69e Yd.
K tin proof finish, high natural color, hard twisted
wo i. compose the makeup of this good serge. ery
Iimttincriblc Showing of (he Littcst Waives in Hlnck Dress Goods Not Mentioned in this Advertisement.
1'iesh oft the loomsthe season's latest silks; prices ticketed in a manner usually expected on clearance
" Is but NlCVIvU on absolutely new and fashionable merchandise. They're idl here in the wanted shades at
tuns astonishing price concessions,
36-ln. BLACK SATIN DUCHESS 51.19 Yd. j EXQUISITE STRIPE TUB SILKS 98c yd.
iu'II say it's well worth $1 f0. A remarkable , A heavy beautiful stripe twilled silk, 27 in. wide,
quality for service, all pure silk, deep rich jet black. the predominating weaves for Spring and Summer, in
27-In. IMPORTED CHARMEUSE 98c Yd. , cvcr-v wnu'd coor for Wtt'sts lrc-SSt's 111,(1 shirts
t harmeuse still holds first place m the realm of j 36-ln. BULGARIAN IMPORTED FOULARDS 51.25 yd.
Iii.mi, lieh, lustrous finish, nineteen ol Spring's most ajj lu. ritfc nrc tleSL. ric, novcitv sj;s; t,c ,,rcat
liuliiug colors to selectlroiu, street and evening shades. Lcmm f0r them gives us only a moderate showing.
27. In. WASH SILKS. PLAIN AND FANCY, 33c Yd. , See them today.
I here are few silk labries that will give just the j 27-ln. IMPORTED SATIN FOULARDS 98c yd.
sntisiactioii these duu't.v silks will lor moderate price
to-1 miks and waists; .shown in the newest and most
ui ' da t eoloi mys.
36-in. HEAVY LINING SATINS 51-19 Yd,
uit.ible lor coat linings, fancy work, etc, flcv.vy
i - mil with a halo ol shimmering richness, ilidc for
st' 1 uiious wear and service. Extraordinary showing
"I l tlloi s.
1 Great is the demand for foulard silks this season,
nothing more serviceable. These are the genuine im
ported lacouue elleets in elegant designs and colorings.
56-in. BROCADED IMPORTED CHARMEUSE 51.98 yd.
Nothing newer than these beautiful brocaded char
meuse lor stunning dresses, shown in new designs and
shades lor street and evening wear. ,
Women's Suits, Coats and Dresses of Superior Style, Tailoring and Finish
I ..eh duv I.V express brings some new garments to take the place of those sold the day before. Visitors to
t in ua i cpu.s . ..ii'irined with our most compk-te gathering ol authoritative styles for
'tau-ohsd smJ COATS PKOM ,00 UP
A Magnificent Display of Spring and Summer Millinery
A SEASON IN WHICH THE SHALL HAT LOOMS LARGE
i M.-vii-Lii iirLNuicnts. Imt lltsllinn creators somehow contrive to create
Milliacry seasons cou.e and jj" U .Mix i"" I" . show (listiu(.tivdv .,.,, fashionable rood-
new ideas with each incomnic; nulhnei icM'ni..
clnat very ular aiccs. no.charc3E TRIMMING SERVICE
II times to all those who purchase Untrunmed Hats
i amply prepared to tender prompt ami emeu.,, balcony depar rMENT.
and triinming.s iti our millinery section.
We deliver "free of elmrc" by pnrwl nwt to
any point in Tillamook Co. purelwisiH ol
$1.00 or over. Try shopping with us by
muil or phone your wants. Ordei h lillcd and
umiicd mime duv iw received. SnmpleH cheer
fully went upon requcHi. The new Spring ami
bummer trimming" are uenuunu.
Tit Com Csarealaal to BTarywaar-
NEWS FROM THE ART DEPARTMENT
D. M. C. imported French embroidery' and
crochet cotton, colors and white, Clark's
crochet cotton, all uumbers.eolors and white.
Harbour' lustrous linen crochet thread.
Carlson, Currier's embroidery und crochet
silks. Bone nnd ebony tatting shuttles,
Wood nnd bone crochet hooks and needles,
54-In. HEAVY LADIES' CLOTH 7Sc Yd.
Kspeeiully adapted for riding habits. sWirts and
negligee suits. Colors of burgundy, navy, black, brown
WHIPCORD AND FANCY WOOL MIXTURES 65c Yd.
An exceptional lot of new-novelty suitings specially
priced; in useful colorings and a large variety of
TAILORED WOOL SERGES 98c TO 51.33 Yd.
Ileavv all wool storm proof serges, wirv twisted
I finish, splendid materials, shades ol navy, brown, bur-
! t'lindv nfl lilfii-Lf nnil irin
FASHIONABLE BULGARIAN SUITINGS $1.65 Yd.
Rich mottled cflects and illuminated mannish mix
tures. f4-in. wide; the very latest for tailored suits,
coats and skirts.
Building Operations Tillamook Churches
Progressing Nicely. Celebrate Easter.
Odd Fellows Gelling Ready lo Build Some Churches Have Special Programs
Fine Structure; Maionx Contemplate
Building: Catholics Will Build.
By another month the Otl'l Fellow
will havu under way the erection of
their now Imnlmijii block and hall, on
thi-ir projMjrty at present occupied by
Vi-h & Hotwy ao.1 the oW I. O. O. F.
The new tiulldtntr will Ix; 80 x 102J
feet, two utorlcii, and will be conntruct-
cd of brick at a cost of 121,000. The
new huildmi; will have a choice location
an') when completed will be a great
Improvement to our city.
I Work will begin on the new building
a Mon a thoiie now occupying the
ite can secure other quarter. Grucn
nenwuld ii Kohrbach, I'ropi., of the
Tillamook Sheet Metal Works, have
bought the I. O. 0. K. Hall and will
move it or.tu their lot opposite the
Lumen iilacksmlth shop. I'elz and
Money will move Into the dough
building lately occupied by Finley
Bros. Mr. Houston, the barber, will
move into the office building lately oc
cup led by iioyajohn & Arnold, opposite
lialtoma, and will occupy the same un
til more suitable quarters can be ob
I'lani have been secured for the
erection of a new business block and
lodge hall by the Masonic Building
Association on the corner of First Ava
Kaat and second street, ir in con
templated plana are carried out this
building will be a Ana ornament to tha
city and will coat $20,000 or mora.
The Catholic Church society of this
city will build a m church this aura-
r at a coatoX rastar n 4wa nA-thr
The new $20,000 Christian Church is
now faat nearing completion and will
be ready for dedication about the first
of May. This new edifice will be
equipped with a gymnasium and all
modern arrangement for the comfort
nd enjoyment of ita membership.
Work on the new bank and hotel is
being rushed as fast as possible, with
the prospects that the bank will be
ready for occupancy by another month
and the hotel will be ready by the first
of June. This new $75,000 structure
will be a great addition to our city's
For Children; All Have Special
Music For The Occasion.
Khjter Sunday weather was not all
that it might have ben, however, the
services at the churches were all well
At the United Brcthern Church the
(children rendered a special program in
I the morning and Hev. Metc delivered
an Easter sermon in the evening.
Rev. Jopc of the Christian Church de
livered an Raster sermon iKi'.h mornfnfj
and evening In the cvcni.ig the ser
mon wns a stcrioptican lecture on "The
Life of Christ."
The regular Easter services were
held at the Sacred Heart Catholic
Church. Rev. Father Van Clarenbcck
preaching the sermon at 10 AO A. M.
Rev. D. A. Mackenzie preached ap
propriate sermons for both mrvices of
the day and special music was provided
at the Presbyterian Church.
At the German Congregational
Church appropriate services were con
ducted by Rev. Paul Ebtnger, pastor.
Regular Easter services were held at
the Gtrman Reformed Church, Rev. F.
C. Schnuelle officiating. Communion
services were also held. On Palm Sun
day the following children were confirm
ed : Priska Neigcr, Gertrude Schlappi,
Clara Mayer and Julia Neigcr.
At the Methodist Church Rev. U. W.
Kuhlman delivered an Easter sarmoa
after which a missionary offering was
taken amounting to 9218. Soma tit
was also received for other benevolen
ce. Of tha above amounts, the Sunday
School gave P& In tha evening tha
84ay 8ehool eraier tha direction of
Mrs. Kuhlman rendered a very intar-
ting Easter program.
SPEAKER C. N. MCARTHUR LAUDS
Salem, Or., March 20th: -In review
ing the work of the recent session of
the LegiHUture, Speaker C. N. Mc
Arthtir today paid a high compliment
to Representative T. B. Hundley of
Tillamook and Yamhill Counties.
"Mr. Hundley was one of our best
men," suid the Speaker. "He was an
earnest und sincere worker in the
cause of many meritorious measures
before the house, und his services upon
the judiciary committee wero particu
larly valuable. Mr. Hundley showed
himself to bo a big, broad-gauged legis
lator and the people of his district will
do well to re-oloct him if he desires
Speaker McArthur also stated that
the recent session enacted more constructive-
legislation than any otlior
session in the history of the state, and
that the sum total of the appropriations
wus $:e0,000 less than the amount ap
NEW FIRM FOR TILLAMOOK.
The Tillamook Sheet Metal Works is
the name of a new firm just getting
established here. The new firm does
plumbing and general repair work, and
has bought the Odd Fellow hall, which
will be moved onto its property recent
ly purchased on Third Street in front of
the Larsen blacksmith shop.
It will be three weeks at least before
the building can be removed, but in
the meantime the firm will occupy the
building next to the Tillamook Bakery.
REPORT OF DISTRICT NO. 49.
SHEET AND PILLOW CASE SOCIAL.
On Saturday evening, March 29th,
the Woman's Relitf Corps, auxiliary to
the G. A. H,, will give a Sheet and
Pillow Case Social at the store build
ing lately occupied by the Finley Bros.
The ladies are requested to bring
boxes containing lunch for themselves
At 8 o'clock a short program will be
rendered after which the ladies attired
in sheets and pillow cases will be auc
tioned olT by Chas. Reynolds, Uie old
The Woman's Relief Corps are just
organizing and they need a little mon
ey to help themselves along. Every
Everything free but the ladles.
The Steamer Elmore has gone into
commission again on her summer run
and will leave Portland for Tillamook
Month ending March 21, 1913.
No. of pupils remaining at
Boys 4; Girls G;- Totals 10.
No. days taught during month
Whole nn. days attendance 197.
Whole no. days absence 3.
Whole no. times late 0.
No. of pupils neither absent nor late
Average no. of pupils belonging 10.
Average daily attendance 9.S.
Per cent of attendance 93.
The pupils neither absent nor tardy
during the month were: John Stivenga,
Annie Stivenga, Stella Stivenga, Rosa
Abplanalp, Lizzie Balmer, Phineas
Huverstick and James Pallin.
Katie Sheets, teacher.
REPORT OF RIVERDALE SCHOOL.
Month ending March 21.
No. of pupils remaining at date,
boys 11; girls 9; total 20.
No. days taught 20.
Whole no. days attendance 10.
Whole no. days absence 10.
Whole no. times late 1.
No. pupils neither absent nor late 17.
Average no. belonging 19.
Average daily attendance 18.5.
Per cent of attendance 97.3.
labol Noyes, teacher.
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