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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1913)
issued twice a week tuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of any Paper in Tillamook County
Tru.AMooK, Okkoon, Mav l.'l, l'Jh'J.
I ice "Kinbroidcry 1choiin' IiuIich' Classen daily from 1 ::I0 to 'kliO every afternoon, Irish cro
tint and embroidery making, are conducted daily in our art and needle goods department.
"I hi week I'ridav double (iold M-md trading stamps given with each 10c purchase throughout
filestore. Sp?cUl Sale Hair Goods. This week Madam Hoot will place on Bale best quality
hair goods at remarkably low prices.
Womrn's Hooni Drtsses, 97c
tin. Ii lltouv section this week, sale
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Vtmtn's P"r Lnen WalaU, 52.75
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May Sale "Kayier's" Glove, 45c
lixtra lisle Venetian, black, white and
colors, Spring and Summer dress and
See window display of art goods, beau
tiful embroidered pieces, also stamped
pieces ready to work; complete assort
ment of embroidery supplies.
THIS WEEK WE PRESENT
ay White Sales
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, in. L-ine Persian lawn, soft finish. Special Sc yd.
:C in. lla.ou tnuTl. sheer line weave. Special i9c yd.
IKS in. Nainsook de luxe. corded cheeks. Special 29c yd.
tM- in. Corded and fancy sinpe inadfis. Special 27c yd.
French mull, sheer, solt clinging weave Sp'l 33c yd.
2S in. Crepe tortillion, a charming labric. Sp'l i 8c yd.
.'IS in. Danish worsted, white and cream. Sp'l 29c yd.
:1s in. Crepe albatros, all wool, washable. S'pl 46c yd.
(Is in. AlT woof imported biitiste. Special 63c yd.
t'J iiu Imported Sicilian, washable. Special 87cy
52 in Cream storm serge, heavy weave. Sp'l 98c yd.
:"() "in"" Imp. Kng. serge, cream, tailor fab. Sp'l$.37yd.
Throughout the store phenomenal May Sale values
will prevail embroideries, laces, table linens, art goods,
muslin wear, wash goods, towels, lace curtains,
women's and children's ready-to-wear apparel, etc
SMART SUMMER MILLINERY
All the Rage Maline and Bow Hats
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Special Weekly Pattern Service
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Farmers Have An
Dr. Kerr Not Able to Attend; Prof.
Hetzel and Mr. Shrock Talk About
Large Congregation Attends Senrices.
Nearly $12,000 Raised to Par
off Indebtedness on Splendid
27 in. Wash Silks 25c yd.
Both plain and fancy figured silks, the
season's best and newest colors, soft
clinging weave, rich, shimmering, lus
trous finish, good, serviceable fabrics.
Try shopping with us by mail or phone
your orders. We deliver by parcel post,
free of charge to any point in Tillamook
Co., purchases amounting to $1.00 or
over. Samples scut upon request.
,M151'-MnKiMine of Good Dressing, or
mailed to our out of town patrons if
0 Gold Bond 1 rading stamps
With Every Cah Subscription to the HtKALD.
Quite a IrK: number of our farmer
friends attended the meeting at the
Court Houc Monday afternoon and
listened to oine Kood talks on the dem
onstration farm idea. Dr. Kerr, presi
dent of the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege, who was to have been present,
was unavoidably detained at home by
the serious Illness of his wife. How
ever, the subjtct of the day was well
handled by I'rof. HeUel of the college
awl Mr. Shrock, deputy dairy and food
commissioner of the state, these
gentlemen having arrived here on Sun
day. During Monday forenoon Chas.
Kunzc took the visitors about the ad
joining country, showing them our fine
dairy farms and introducing them to
I At the noon hour an informal lunch
con was given In honor of the visitors,
at the; Todd Hotel, after which the
party went to the Court House where
the public meeting took place as pre
After n few introductory remarks.
Cr8. Kunzc. the chairman of the meet
ing, "introduced Prof. Hetzel. I'rof.
Hctzol dwelt to some extent upon the
work which the college is doing and
-.,nt..,nfititi ilnlnir alonir the line of
educating the farmer who is unable to
attend school. In this regard he men
tioned the demonstration trains and
lecturers: the correspondence bureau
that Is being established; and the bul
letins that are to be issued in language
tuat everyone can understand-
Prof. Hetzel endeavored to impress
upon his hearer's minds the idea that
the college's sole purpose was not to
teach the farmer how to handle- his
farm, (because in some instances the
fnrmer has learned more from practical
exjerience than the college faculty
can tell him.) but rather to bring to
the farmer's assistance what scientific
knowledge the college has gained,
thereby letting science and practical
experience walk hand in hand for the
Prof. Hetzel Btated that the state
demonstrations farms hud not been of
much help o the ordinary farmer, be
cause their experiments had been car
ried on on an elaborate scale, wun
every improvement. He said that what
the farmer needed was knowledge mai
would enable him to get the best re
sults with what he had to do and worh.
with. It was with Uiis idea in view
that the last state legislature passed
a bill which provided that the state
would give dollar for dollar that tho
ro.mtv mitht put up. to the extent of
fci.000. for the purpose of buying or
leasing a demonstration farm and
equipment, and hiring a county agent,
whoso business it is to go about the
county assisting ull tho farmers. In
nr v.s.. it will be necessary for us to
put up fU,000 in order to secure $2,000
from the state nnd all other expenui
iur. on tho proposition will have to
ho met bv local interests. However, it
was pointed out that a county poor
farm can be used as a demonstration
in nnr i'' this fact miiv bo
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of assistance as the County Court has
already made an appropriation for the
mirrhasc of tt COUIltV POOr IlirHl.
Pmf. Hetzel was very enthusiastic
t?ard to the mutter of tho state co
operating with the county along the
linos alovo mentioned unu conc.nueu
...,iirka bv stating that tho Oregon
Agricultural College would do all in its
power to aid and assist us u wo wouiu
take tho matter up.
riinnnan Kunie now introduced Mr.
Shrock, deputy dairy und food com
missioner. who gave some valuablo in
v-..;. in Mr. Shrock stated that of
ho io.000.000 children who attend
uMmnl in tho ' United Statos, less
than six per cent ever wont above tho
8th grade, and for this reason ho ndvo
o.iIp.1 a coi.rso in farming in tho lower
Ho advocated tho demonstra
tion farm and county agont idea and as
.... illustration iravo tho oxperieiico of
tho men who. took up irrigated lands
t Twin Falls. Idaho, bomo oi tliem
woro clerks, book keepers, school touch
urs. ote.. uiui but few of them know
hmv tn handle tho land, however, with
the aid of u good mull on h demonstra
I tion furm thuro woro but fow failures.
Mr. Shrock dwolt on tho subject of
1 rIIbitu and stated that whtlo corn was
the beat, clover was very good.
The new Christian Church which has
been under construction for the pat
eight months, was dedicated last Sun
day under the most fnvorablft cir
cumstances. The program of the day
was carried out as previously adver
tised as near as it was possible to do
After singing by the choir and con
gregation ; prayer and responsive read
ing; and a beautiful solo by C. H. AI
theide, P.ev. S. K. Hawkins of Portland
took charge of the services of the
morning and at once proceeded to
raise a sufficient sum with which to
pay off the ren aining Indebtedness of
the church. The mark was set at $10,
000, but before P.ov. Hawkins was
through nearly $12,000 had been raised.
During his remarks Rev. Hawkins
stated that he had never in his life
time seen as fine and well appointed
church built for the money. He had
especial praise for those who had en
gineered and planned for the new
church; for Rev. Jope; and Contractor
Roy who has certainly given of the
best that is in him in the constructing
of the new church. Mr. Etoy is cer
tainly deserving of a great deal of
credit for the attention be has given
the new structure.
A large crowd attended and enjoyed
the sen-ices of the day.
In the evening a sermon was deliv
ered by Evangelist Gaylor, who with
the assistance of C. H. Altheide, singer,
is conducting revival services at the
REPORT OF RIVERDALE SCHOOL
Report of Riverdale School for month
endirg April IS.
No. pupils remaining at date: Boys
10 ; girls 11. Total, 21.
So. days tanght, 20.
Whole No. days attendance, 3S4.5.
Whole number days absence. lO.o-
Whole No. times late, 1.
No. pupils neither absent or late, 17.
Per cent of attendance, 97.5.
Names of pupils perfect in attend
ance: Grace and Lois waae ; wina
Vaughn ; Gladys Kodad ; Asbury, Kate.
Roy and Leon Shaw ; Willie and Doro
tha Vaughn ; Martha, Willie and Han
nah Zuercher ; Celestia and Annie
Haugen ; Harry and Kenneth Elliott.
SCHOOL REPORT DISTRICT NO. 49.
Report of School District No. 49 for
month ending April 21, 1913.
No. of pupils remaining at date:
Boys 4 ; girls 6 ; total, 10.
No. days taught, 13.
Whole number days attendance, 101.
Whole number days absence, 17.
Whole number times late, 0.
Number pupils neither absent or
Per cent of attendance, Soj.
He advised the building of small
At tho conclusion of tho talks, a
number of the farmers expressed them
selves as being in favor of u demonstra
tion farm and a motion was made by
W. E. Noycs and seconded by Geo.
Williams that a committee of four bo
appointed to act with tho chairman in
an endeavor to interest, me touniy
Court in tho matter. Motion was car
ried und tho following committee was
appointed: Geo. Williams.Geo. R. Mc-
Kimmens. Cvrus Randall, W. t. noyes.
The meeting then adjourned.
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