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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1913)
issued twice a weektuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of any Paper in "Tillamook County
TlU.AMOOK, Old'.rlON, A I'HII. lf. !.)!.'
.-i ARan a" day F"day Double Gold Bond Trading Stamps with each 10c cash
gjrv purchase in all departments. Special attention is called to our immense show
ily ine of the smart new dress trimmings, frills, pipings, rufflings, braids, etc., in
J color combinations and plain effects.
THE BOUND OF THE SAW AND HAMMER
sjorc hui lienm mihr rvnlriuf 'il -mr j')u ami j)rnjrcns Wc arc mulling changes, improvements mid enlarge
t tia t yon nwiv har )r.itrr (milfoil. K'lcalti liltim Krc"tvr Natinfaction in your 'nuiHiietioiiH with us. We
. 1 1 v keip our price 'l'iwri hi I lie illy'' liul keep i oiiNlitntly improving phy.HKiil e(piipment and service.
One of the Biggest Events of the Week
Sale of All Wool Tailor Serges $1.48 Yd.
I n ( Time Shown in Tillamook.
IIc-it your opportunity lor the tailor suit, coat or skirt. We made an
i'h;il purchase of these much sought for wiry,. twisted, heary, all wool,
npouetl mat shrunk" tailor series; f0 in. wide, in the popular run-about
colors, midnight hluc, cardinal, Havana brown, navy and cardinal: the
. ar-iirouud weight While they last .... !.48 Yd.
Important Sale $1.65 Mannish Suites $1
Just in b i press, biaulilul mixtures and just as quickly we decided to
jjivc vim a )ooi b.trjiain treat alonj; with the many other greatly reduced
things 1:1 nut- drv oods department. See these rich new suitings today,
."l iii wi le ( not very lare pieces). Make your selection immediately at
the low pi tec l'00 Yd-
just Received Distinctive Tailor'd Suits
4 . . V
in Smartest Fabrics sis.so to $25.00
s . .
TlichMire times when one feels that improvement is impossible: this is one
of the times that we leel that no known creation in tailored suits lias cs-
raped us that earned with it a distinction and wonderful value. At the
above two prices, the suits we are showing we are positive cannot be
" duplicated elsewhere in point of material, style, workmanship and trim-
. i,i i
t .i.i w i wti nt Mm- ctne ts now. wiieiner VOU ouv or not.
.... V'. ...... I,. I'llll" II TSC H( . IllllnllMk " 1
Two oril Wash Goods Specials that Bring the Prettiest Weaves and Colorings for Spring
. n r I i f i C I
and bummer rrocKS ai upponune saving
Tiiblc No. 1
Wnili Good, that Sold to 60c -
Choice 23c yd.
.,1 our best captures of tla- season are among
ist collection-silk finish poplins, fancy silk lm
daiutv nainsooks, I'rench KiiiKlims. tenuis
s.lk orKnndes,etc. They are certainly remark
leiins at just the riKlu lime. This week 23c yd.
Table No. 2 Wash Goods, Value to 40c
Choice 16c yd.
Additional interest will be centered to this table.
We have brightened it up with some truly sensational
values, lancy French Swiss, pretty organdies, plain and
fancv linens, line nainsooks, Soudan pongee, and a
score of other line offerings, each one worth your par
ticular attention. Choice - 16c yd.
Town of Wheeler
Incorporation Papers Have Been Filed
And City l Undergoing a Boom.
Th.' town of Wheeler on th" Nchalcm
liny in at present enjoying a real boom.
I Several Tillamook citizen are taking
advantage of 1U prosperity ami arc In
vesting then'. K. T. Hnltom, Kalph
Cndy and M. F. Ix-ach are among those
of this city who are investing in
Wheeler. Mr. Haltom will install a
ttUKt of ilry goods. Ralph Caily excct
to go into the drug store business and
M. F. Iach i already carryitg on a
meat busineim there.
The Wheeler Lumlicr Co.. at present
the largest firm at Wheeler will expend
1300,000 at Wheeler and vicinity this
year, in the construction of a mill
and lumbering operation!. The new
mill now under construction will have
a daily capacity of 70.000 feet for a 10
hour run. It is expected that the mill
will run double shift. Two hundred
men will be employed at the mill and
A now shingle mill is now under con
struction at Wheeler, which will em
ploy twenty-five men. This mill will
ktart in altout two weeks.
The nresent school house is too small
to accomodate alt the pupils of that
district and in consequence a new school
builomg will be built at once.
Twelve new cottages for workingracn
will be erected at once, and three other
dwellings of b.ingalow style, coding
from $2,000 to J3.000, will be erected
this summer. A new bunk house nnd
a new mess nouse to accommoaaie
ninety men is at present under con
A new bank building is also under
cotifctruction and E. L. Rector, proprie
tor of the Hotel Zimmerman is build
ing an annex to Uie hotel which will
give him fourteen more guest rooms
Opening Up of a New Department
t, , , ,, , , , . the women of Tillamook. Commencing Monday afternoon, April 21, at 1:30
This s,ld be gladsome news to the u ivc FUISI2 OI- CHAKCH-lcssons in Irish
.,.. sny business day alternooi, du, ng . M . . .
1,B: "'Mii nery STREET HATS FROM $2.50 TO $12.50
llTime J competition does not effect us. We have succceed in put-
M th. si- i.rices we have spcalut, to tl m. nuy 1)ctwCL.n , llmn wa8 hcn:tforc considered possible-
lliese in i . , ,
1 . ... i. , i... i,..o .ll..i.mro ..sew here a L ;0 nor cent
...i.. iiiiiinarisi)il w ui v.. .w. .
limit m (inn tv more in style. - unupaiiswu
will duiioustraie the truth ol tliis statement
SPECIAL SALE ---FLOWERS,
GARLANDS, FOLIAGE, ETC.
At 19c Flowers that, sold up to Too.
At 33c Flowers that sold up to $1.2;.
At 68c Flowers that sold up to $1.75.
Wo di liver Free of Charge
b parcel post purchases
amounting to $1.00 '
over to any point in
Ih Comer CoMMtatt to
Thelnew Spring and Summer styles are
here, dress and walking stylos in the
latest shades, and combination stitch
IMl I. !
,"r. (iiord. wiia eiillml to tho l
w Jo KUwi-ilor'H ut Orotown Tue'ly
IIVK, Hit. ymin,j mm of Mr. KUwuil;
ivIiik Hiivoreil un nrlory 'f thu fool
Mm'iIIiik nrofumtly. After mj
?ouf wnri. th.) doctor hud Hiim-eiled
uTI'l'li'K Hi" How of IiIoimI mill lof
wt boy r(.HilllK IH pomfnrtiililo mh
fosiiuiu uiidur tiiu ciruuiimtuneuH,
J O.Mills, who him followed tli
u"X'r busliiuHH in fliivurdalo for tlio
It..... I. tlttltl l.rillMl.ll IIV
. .hi !.,. f..r 1.7 VillirH. wohui "."",; .,
,,lf,w yeHi'H, '''it i,,,,,,, iii lailiiiii I vhIh mnl norvuu- ex mu on. .
K.,.iH. mi. 1 b. huv Johnson luui noi . . j
niio of his
) Into ill t Uo
r,"t,.d a.Hl ..II th.it wuh mb lo
,'lono for him. ,w yte
HPloUH.HilrinH' eorv j....
uuhuh. Mr. Mliw uw ' Johnson l.ml not boon ice
iVi i.lio ror tho l'Ht tliw'o u.oi i I . f ,, for Hon.o tiino i.iul
l u ,trm'te.l a ovum il; ' 'th naralyHls while in
Jonriy .luv.eh l Inf" I''1)!!!!! !, ,'. S lmlLll.U near the river T
fi-iiiii w h i' i ai Hi-oiniu in; ...i.Ti.i. full luickwiini roi'oivuiK "
hVa mixloim In 1 ,.. hi! will n - I Ho wna not fomul until ijiilto
In-ProvoH In that ooa I y I. l ' , Medieal ahl was
At l.a.-'-itH'k. )yl1hA,lu,.
CIiiib .lolinaon, a UK0 ot
cu Valley, puiwcJ away l
tun Mitu(iiiiMi vnllov 1111(1 took
1U1IIU W tJ ' ------ -
up a hoinesteml in 1879, where he Biiu-e
lived until dentil el.ilineil him. Ho was
buried in Union cemetery yesterday
iiflornooi), Kev. Chirk preaching the
funeral sermon. He leaves a wife mm
three children to mourn his death.
G. W. HurKcas, uf Salem, has been
t.. .1 U, tlm mittt turn vviikt4.
Ill mu WUIIIHIUIUI.JI ,. ..- ..
Uoforo cominir in ho purchased a ranch
rmm nut Krnna itremeiv luiiuunut mu
lless Ui.nch at Meda.
iiiiisnettrt and remained bo un u uouu . .. V' ...,ti,.V iiiii will return in a
' nu eased wan born In nn ui . th y to Impr wo hU land and build
Some Good Cow
Out of Some 900 Head, Teller Sweo-
on Makes Special Report on 7.
It is not the wigh of the board of tho
Tillamook Cow Testing Association, to
show any preference, or do anything
Hint will cause jealousy among tho
members of the association, but with
the best of intentions, and for the bene
fit of everyone it eives the tcntinfj rec
ords of seven cows out of a total of
VjO for the year which cloed the first
The record is as follows: No. 1, Jer
sey Kave 7.293 lbs. of milk which pro
duced 423j of pounds of butter fat.
No. 2, Holstine, 11, Too lbs. of milk
which produced 400 pounds of butter
N'o. 3. Holstine. trave 11.101 pounds
of milk which produce i 410.51 pounds
of butter fat.
No. 1 Holstine, gave 11369 pounds of
milk which produced 426.00 Ibj of but
No. 5, Jersey gave 9,3ii9 pounds of
milk which proJuced 473.49 pounds of
No. 6 Jersey, gave 3.050 lb3. of milk,
which produced 423.65 lb, of butter
No. 7. gave S.935 pounds of milk,
which produced 411.70 lbs. of butter
The average price of butter fat was
between 41 and 42c per pound.
OLD FOLKS CONCERT A SUCCESS.
The Old Folks Concert given in the
High Sfhool Auditorium last Friday
evening was a sucesss in every way,
the program was well rendered, every
number being enjoyed by a large and
aDtireciative audience. The concert
was nut on in Bay City a fe weeks
Mr. Hector has a tine hostelry and cat-! uv the ttonle of Bav Citv. and was
era to the first class trade only. His repeatcd here for the benefit of the
rooms are well arranged with bHths and new Christian Church. The Ladies Aid
all modern convienees and his accomo- j 0r tj,e Christian Church gave a ban-
dations are first clas in every way. j ,., to those who gave the concert af-
I'he first Hour of the annex which is . entertainment.
20 x SO will be rented to E. T. Haltom
for a dry goods store. The Hotel Zim-1
merman now contains thirty six guest I RAMSEY HOUSE CHANGES HANDS.
The nrosneritv of Wheeler is based V. J. Peterson and C S. Barnes, late
.1 .1 . . U . 1 m 1 Ik. Pamant. hnn.Ji
u) ii eonsiuerauie cxiuni. upuu uci oi roriiniiu, uuukui we
ent and contemplated harbor improve-'f C. M. Vidito and have taken possess
ion oi me same, ineyarc icnuiauus
the hotel throughout and getting it
ready for the summer trade.
ments. The Nehalem project for har
bor imorovements is estimated at I
$360,000. one-half of which is furnished
by the government and one-half by the
I'ort of Neha cm. The abuve amount
will give an abundance of water on the
bar and admit large lumber carriers.
Wheeler and the whole Nehalem count
ry is bound to thrive and boom from
now on. What benefits IV heeler will
benefit every locality in Tillamook
County. Watch Wheeler grow!
ODD FELLOWS OF BEAVER AND
CL0VERDALE WILL CELEBRATE.
On Auril 26th the 1. O. O. F. lodges
of Beaver and Cloverdale will unite in
observing the anniversary of the Order
by holding a picnic at Uodyfelt's grove
between Hebo and Beaver. It will be
an all day atlair with u basket dinner
at noon. There will be a talk on Odd
fellowship, songs, recitations, etc.
After dinner has been served there
will be foot races, tugs of war, and
other sports, also a ball game. All
who come are ussured of an enjoyable
time, frizes, will bo given for all races
and games. Everybody welcome.
Mrs. JelT Harris assisted by Mrs.
Ernest Knight, entertained the birth
day Club at the home of Mis. Harris on
April 11th. Dainty refreshments were
served. The members present were
Madames Breeden, Mapes, Bester,
Kunie. Marolf, Harris, Knight, Hos
ley, Durrer and Miss Ella McCormack.
The guests of the afternoon being
Madames, Goeres, Shields, Geingcr,
Liisberg, Johnson and Miss Myrtle
Owens. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Chas. Kunze on May 20th.
Elder R. Y. Blalock will preach next
Sunday at 2:30 in the Advent Church
house. All are given a hearty wel
come. This issue of the Herald contains the
quarterly statement of the First Na
tional Bank of Tillamook, which shows
a decided increase over last quarter.
The footings for this quarter total near
ly f 100,000 more than the footings of
the previous statement.
BOND IS REDUCED.
Washington, April 12. The Board of
Engineers agreed today to reduce from
$100,000 to $10,000 tho bond required
for maintaining the nine-foot channel
from Bay City to Tillamook and un
order to this effect will be sent to tho
Portland otllco immediately. The
maintenance of tho nine-foot channel
was made one of the conditions of im
provement in the Tillamook project,
and tho Board of Engineers has been
insisting on a $100,000 guarantee bond.
The Port of Bay City had appealed to
Congressman Hawley to have tho
umount of tho bond reduced, claiming
the coat guarantee of tho bond would
be greater than tho mnintonanco of
A baby girl urrived Suturday night !
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 1 1
The Tillamook County Holiness As
sociation will meet Friday evening at
7:30 at the home of II. W. H. Holmes.
Nazarene class will meet at the same
place Sunday P. M. at 3 o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
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