Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934, May 23, 1913, Image 3

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B. T, llaltom w In Whclir mi
tiiijnii: rhrily.
MUffU IrfatU wa a V)r cf Uulftnti
v llar;WmIn0ay,
Pitr KoImm ef Hj Gliy w In
tWfi on btliinnii tbday.
,VnyMt iUc ifcwt-, ml
cleared r any bennti work, rati at tho
Herald ultlrn,
111. 'lotU rtrU tlio birth of
tUuehic-r t Mr. awl Mr. Homy
IHohl (ti BwMnltK.
Carl KmxlNm l(l UtU morning for
I'oftlarvl br tto will lrnrmel IhiI
nl(of a o days.
Hlngor Hewing MnrMtira Mild on easy
'ytni.iil. All tnnkm of suwlng "
diluva cliiMmxl tt) repaired, Work
KiiHrNiitf, Headquarter at Allen
Pago's Furniture Html',
'Mm 1. It, Xt N. Will run n r nerlnl e.
ruralon Iti Whelor mnl rr-lnrn iwxt
(Monday, livl( Tillamook nt U.W) n.
in. ami Wlii.tr iil fi:x) p, m, -'nr
(r rnuiul trip ,
W. M Omit of Iluy (lty brniiiiiiliiwl
,1'V.Mi W. V. Tromlily nmi Mm. II.
! It firiiKH, phiiui ovr In mito Tliurndny.
I Mr. AdiihkIm Mr llrtiil wlio IimI ln-ti
I vnitii.n (MximId Unto for n few rjaya
returiiml Willi tli'iin.
I W. II, (Jiinit .now of I'lirtlunil. I.nt
. formr!y of NVw Yiri Clly, w In thy I
toly Tor tiw Uy this wnl(, looking
. ovrr th ultonllon with h vlrtw of local
ltK In ii'ito liio ol tilulmtiKi. rfl
k.i l'..rtl m ihl iiMirnintf,
ci'iny ii-n wo-lnixKlny inonuiiff i
f..r Vitii Couvor, Wtioli. to vUil hi
m..il.r Wo iimlrliinil tlml ho will
Im flll a ti wHhom In lUa Hmn v
Mnlnrkv I'ibIi t. hi lirllnn.l It.l.'
Home (inpln nrllclra In our utoru thai
runrmt l.i Iwni. Floor, rolfiir, tun,
liakttiK (wiwiij-r, lH)tlr wnil op. 'Hi
fr'h m!rtnlii tiro Rllll Ixttlcr tlmn
VlMI ran clinic nt anv lllurr In t'fi.
You kiww wlierr. nt th IUO 4. '
A limlM Ircturp coume will Imi put
on nl llic('hrlllnii Clmreh ilurliiK tin!
rnmlnn -ann. Ilin following iKnk-
rt ami hltreirtloiu linvtr tfrpn IhkjVwI :
C,i,v. Ilaillxv of l"llann ; Onlii Ititil ;j
WnltirTwnn lfo, limit; quurlntu-; (Jrny j
Mimical ('. ; MontnvIHa SVik.Ii. The
ttml alxjvi- infiilloiul U the Ik-hI I h . I J
ran Ik; yilrwl, anj wo nhoulil fil '
fllUfh plnaanl, lrnltnl, ImmsaUhc of hnv- !
lilt; inch a lnro of k'""I thing in
Pr. Wttnlt l th" only ttyc S'C
'lallnl twnnanrntly loratnj In
IlllauwxiV. Your ryc which nrathr'
tnil tcnaltlvo onjan of your Uly 1
nlKHihl Im xamlnrxl by a phynlclnn ,
wJhi U rnpabli' Ui rrwijnirr illmano
otJur than tin' lircil tif Klnmtn. I
poaralitiM' my ttlatmt anil nm alwnyH j
hurt; lo inn kit i;(m tlmt (unrantct.
I'ricrisBrr rraoonahlo a anywhorr. j
r'rrtl (. Skomp, of Hni;rniln lleml,
on the Trnnk Itlvrr. will have approx
Cwi wantnl ; fmm oil" U lpty
milk W. 8, I'blllip. Kaurct . i.,rtu. .. ,, t irf.. thi. ...n.
i
win. Thf lrKir part utf losan Ikt
Urrik. 1W? 6 V, UiTI'afiAr.
Pur lf riinapi, worV am about
13M lb. parli. Of will anil ttipnratfly.
.a aJ.Ic a motor ' tnt(utrc at llcrak! Oittm,
rung rulptnont.
Tlio f!lmar arrlvnl In i"rt yrtr
far Kcnvrol tKiuif - iay, loiI Jown with flour, frml, grj-
of two, l'iUlra ! rral nirriiaiilir aM autionabllra.
u lu tfvf,. Tllla.J JtwUn ,Dln)f, Am, tHto wc, ,moft.
' nt.? to I'ortlaml Wrlnulay. Wo uiw
a! It wa a Tllla-' ticmtAmt thf y will Im abnont for a wcok
r iho fir t of iho or maro.
! vn.ii... . u-oinl iu il L-oncral I for tlinof r 'oiii'. (In! hmino nnd now
w.fn of Oaribalul work all ranch -lAdy Job, aUiHarp. Knointh land clonwl to make n
.tu tlin fir.t ttt ti n ' .,. i . .l .ii.i4Ihl far fow ilavn. Lull 1 Hvlnc dalryiok' ; U flno location for n
i up (liK-h ranch.
'. . r iraw tirrrlr-c. ! )r, Womlt rap-uU tb birth of a girt
a inuukci aixl ncll baby to Mr. a.l Vr. ClaroiKn Tlklon
only
rlr. Tlic rcmalrnlfr arr a variety of
Mark cp, nomo phrnominaU ami
limmnwtli bUck. "r would likr to
(Ivp a rr!poii.nlllc mmh)H a rnntrai't nt
an unrlj dali to prrarrvr thn lcrrl
on nlmron ultnlilc fur tho inurkct. Hell
phone.
J'rlrt' I6.001.(W. Pino plarc on the
Sllrir Hlvcr, for nh On liiVwatrr,
90 aerc of tlinWr and CO ncrc of
iHitlwn land. Owrrr olTonil t.'I.OOO.W
:-ft thl
it with
morn I ok
mlnilvo '
r t tf- ral l.mno work.
rrfrroncen. Addr
J laioixik.
?-tSM , j.wliO ,na ImoI1
kw' llixi'l lllviT, ro-
liflUrF ,y i.,f.. thi. whcW.
I It Ufk war i, in phono n llvo
Mf"l.k, Ijfij i. Wo will
UkUbi A will autlafy villi.
Ptk.it, iuhI Myrtlo MHU
I'Sit t Vac j! i ..n ouUldo. ThuV
l''.rtlan. j . .radaj inornlnif.
'..rtliuul. urrlvisl
fcefin' v.. win k nod In oiv
P'f iplc it wimihtir nnd lino
HuU. I n 1,1,. ,.iir nt tho
I'V bulklino. lua coiiiiiliiti il hi
5l riuri,td to hla homo In
Urn tmlor who l lo-
tho county bunk, oxm.-cU lo
oncof iho llralH liulldlnKii,
thu Joui-a & Kutidnon itoro
In .
VISIT
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. "ii iinL miij tiling
' u KIKST CLASS
He also keeps
HOOL SUPPLIES
K EVERY PUPIL
LOUGH
TlHv RRUANLi;
W'st and Book Seller
on Wpl.HMM'oy. Tho Ulllo ono
lvxl 'rw bourn.
Hil. Kmaleraa ha iurchpil a Hop
new Itrno aii'.o; aft h, p., o pannt'iinc',
nolf alartfraiwl has rlorlrlr IIkIiU. The
iiw car U eortalnly a Ixtnuly.
5fP Oro. U llatnlln. only llmt clam
houo mover In Tlllamfn)k (Hinty.
Thlrty-IlM' rr In thf IhuIiiuiih. I'. 0.
Ilox No. IBZ
11m WlUon rivrr nchool which hn
Imuiii UUKht during Ihn pnst yrnr l'
Kllrn llrwley and HUlo l.amb. olot
today with a proKram nd picnic illiinor.
An B room tnniunut houe, furnUhod,
with Inlimlry. for mihi nt J 3,000
Trrnm. Sen J. C. Ilowljy.
For unto (!nod youmr Kenornl (rm
tmm, betwewn lXl and IU0 H't. wl.
Will tdl aliiK-le. Jiwoph llmiim;'irtni)r,
lioK I'mrlo.
K. I). Hnmll nnd on Clorencp went
to Tortlnnil on Wodnemliiy. A law unit.
Hmiill v Mulnrkey I'Uh Co, for money
coimlderiitlouK, will bo tried In Port
bind thU week, j
Jnek l.-itlmer nnd inotluir loft fori
Portland Wodnondny mornlm; t attoml
the graduation oxwrcUe of tho PaclUr i
Dontnl Collee. Ira l.atlmor In a mom
her of thin year' cliti.
l.ont, bolweun the , K. Church anil
HeiiHton barber nhop a fur boa with nar
row ribbon tb'K. Hndor pleuHO lo.ivu
at the lleiotton ahop.
Ilonry ItoKorn who has bcon Horvlnk'
on tho U. S. firand Jury at Portland
returned homo yoMonlay for a short
vlnlt, after which ho will return to
Portland and complolo iii uuuuh moru.
Son Turner nnd Schlld hoforo you
build and ot prloei on llrt clana Bhiu
gloi. nt their mill l iiiIIch nouth of Tilla
moolt City. Wo can hnndlo any lo
ordor on whort notice.
rhreao factory. Schixil house on tho
plare. Another piece of land to relit,
adjoining. TbU m n uplcndld buy nnd
will make tho buyer rich In n fow
yearn. Kenton for selling in debt.
Inquire of OIibj. Coyne, Kei ville,
Oregon.
mmm
The llatltroom That Pleases
is one which completely satisfies
the ileiiuml for sanitary security,
durability and beauty of design.
A ",$tumfoir Modern Dath
room iuMallcil by s with a careful
rruard for sanitary efficiency and
the fnllowiiii; out of your instruc
tions will please you.
Ask for booklets.
R. F.
We life giving "Gold
Hond" Trad i n k
Stumps with every
ensh deal.
ZACHHAN
Most Prompt ami BKcctual Cure
for Had Colds.
When you havo a bad cold you want
n remedy that will not only give relief,
but oiroct a prompt and permanent
cure, a romcdv tlmt l pleasant to take.
ii remedy that contain noining injur-
Chamborlaln'H LouKn hkiuwijt
ii HCIH
I. ..I..., ,..11. .Dm tllO IUIIL'8.
i i .i nn oiiiuru n uiKii, i" -
. moriiliw. Mr. Koy accompan.eu ui...... .)Xectortlon, opona tho aecre-
To loan, by Uo Tillamook Title & tUmmi restore, tho system to
. Tillamook. Ore., $1200 ......piiv condition. This remedy has
In ono or two loans on Improved farm wor( wKle sale and use,
lands, Tillamook 0 jih rnt morl- wyH be depended upon,
gujfes, ileulera.
Mrs. Komoyno and children of Spo-
...i.,. I,v l.eon V Siting whii
Kane, wi. "r". ... ..- Ioiih.
1 Mrs. Komeyno'H fattier, " u tll)80 requiremonts.
.anmo time, loft for homo Wednesday n tela " . t,
f . I ll...,,. III! I1I1LIIIU -----
niul can
Sold by
Roy.
Absolutely Pure
The only Baking Powder made from
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Makes delicious home-baked foods
of maximum quality at liilnimum
cost Makes home baking
pleasant and profitable
Church of Christ.
Sunday May 2i, Is tho clwfnfr day of
thu revivals now in profcreM. Have
yo'inttenlod? Cuitx on Sunday -.vo
will iJo you gfxl.
10 A. M. Bible school with clnw
f ir nil. We haw ylnc foryou,
11 A. M. i'rrflcolng by BvnflfjeHtt
Caylor. Hut.jrt: MormmeriUil rl
dnre of Chrintbim'ty.
7 P. M. Christian Uttftf or.
1 P. M. ProHcrdn:;. .Si ,. : "Why
1 win a Christian or r iina.i' o of Hap
t'Bfn Nt wvuninp .'rrc,
Thoco Bieetlng art f.ro. nir a blus
irtif to many, soul arc tr lo-' u, C hi.
You sr cordially invi-i. A welcome
awaits you.
K. E. .Jo pc.
U. B. Church No'm.
I
Nearly all those Wagons and
Buggies are Stvdebakers"
thousand
Every yenr over one hundred
S'udcbnUcr vehicles nrc sold.
tl
This tells vou what the farmers of
country think of the Studcbakcr wagons.
Tliis appreciation has been constantly grow
ing for sixty years.
This npprccintion 1ms been rnmed by the deter
mination of Studcbakcr to produce an honestly built
wagon thnt will do n full day's work and keep on doing
it, and not to build a cheap one.
The man who buys the Studcbakcr Rets all the
improvements sained by the experience of two gener
au'ons of wagon builders.
FwmW4(mi Truck D.li-rr Wo
Dump Wmmh Bucfl Surrr
iuiiM W(on font Cart Hunnt
SuJJ undtr tf.0 StuJtbuker guaranty.
Sec our Dtjlcr ei utile us.
STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind.
KCW VOKK CHICAGO DAIXAS KANSAS crTY PEMV
MINNCAl-OUS SALTtJkKX CITV- &A.N rXANUSCO n RTl.SO.ORE.
We are d'.'njicd to announce that the
Oregon Annual Conference of the U.
B. Church will hold in Tillamook this
y-ar. June Jth to Sth is the date.
Further hnnounctintnU will made.
quarterly meetings will be held
Saturday MH P. M. each official should
make an earnest effort to be present
at this meeting. Kev. C. C. Bell of
Philomath, Ore., will be present and
take charge instead of Hldcr.
Kev. Bell will preach Sunday morn
ing at 11 tW A. M. after which the sac
rament wnl be administrcJ.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Y. P. C. K. ui 7 P. M. and preaching
again by Kev, II il at a P. M. Every
body invite! to nil thetc scrices.
I. E. Meese, Pastor.
I
Presbyterian Church Notes.
University
SUMMER SCHOOL
f Oregon
June 23 Aug. 1
1913
Twenty-live instructors. Fifty courses. Distin
guished Eastern educators added to regular faculty
I'nivei'sity dormitories open. Hoard and room
at $15.50 per week. Reduced railroad rates.
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, address
CfK Registrar, University of Oregon, Eugene
REPORT OF SCHOOL
DISTRICT NO. 49.
No. of days taught, 20.
Whole number of days attendance,
170.
Whole number of days absence, 8.
Whole number of times late, 2.
No. papils neither absent or late, 5.
Average number of pupils belonging,
8.0.
Average dally attendance, 8.6.
Per cent of attendance, 95.
Itoll of honor: Martha Halmer,
KIlMibtith Halmer. Verna Abplanulp,
Kosn Abplanalp, Stella Stulvonger.
KATIK SHEKTS,
Teacher.
Naierene Meetings.
Services Tuesday nnd Friday even-
i ings. Sundays at 3 and S i. m.
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Town property, timber lands, houses
and lots, vacant lots in Tillamook and
Br.y City. I have some Portland prop
erty which 1 will trade for Tillamook
property.
J. C. Rowley.
Cure for Stomach Disorders.
j Disorders of the stomach mny bo
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable cures
havo been effected by these tablets.
The average workman likes to rest on Sold by nil dealers,
Sunday so that ho can go to church. :
But ho very seldom thinks how ban!; '
his wife workB on that day, more than
any other. He likes tho rest, so why
not bIvo her tho same kind of pleasure,
let her be free from tho euro and trouble
of cooklnK Sunday Dinner, and take
her nnd tho remainder or the family
down to Tillamook's leading eating
house und enjoy tho comforts of homo,
a-s-ny fnm homo. Dinner served from
11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Look for the slirn EAT.
PALM CAFE
2nd Avenue, Next Door to THiamook
Feed Co.
3uriAI 'ONKnVdS TIIA
iusdtury) nj
H'n 'WIS I00"!!!!
MJU1 all
uo nnuoui Jd tiij AJ ao ou
j))s3jj pur iqJupui )un p3u
Ajjaj in m uv3 pioi uojj jnoA
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The Second WorU s Christian Citi
zenship Conference will be held in
I ortland, June 20 to July 6.
The Conference will open with a
general mass meeting in the Mult
nomah Stadium on the afternoon of
June 20, and three sessions daily will
be held through the week except the
4th of July.
On the morning of Independence Day
celebrated rien, American and foreign,
will speak, foll'j.ved by a great civic
parade and demonstration.
Low rates on all the roads, good for
the whole time of th; Conference, and
special rntcs for special days, will be
granted.
TI e Bible gc'uol hour is from 10 to
,11 o click. The first picnic of the
season wi!I be held an Saturday May
31st. We anticipate a pleasant drive
It Ida ville on the bay. Everybody
connectel wth the school and tha
, church arc invited to join.
Preaching service at 11 a.m. The
ser iio.i tbeme: "A Good Soldier of
Jesus Christ." The choir will sing- an
! anthem ent iled: "My Presence Shall
go With Thee," by E. S. Lorenz.
Praise ami preaching service at 8
p.m. The poster vill speak on the
themet "Is Decoration Day Per ma
I nent or Pass-ing?" Anihem by the
choir: "Go Forward Christian Sold-
ier" by Miss Adam.
The general public are cordially in
vited to these services. Strangers are
specially invited to make the Presby
terian church their church home while
in the city.
Methodist Church Notes.
If a fellow really begins looking for
them he may be able to find spots on
so bright an object as the sun.
A beam in a fellow's eye does not al
ways prevent him from seeing splinters
in his brother's eye. Sometime the
beam appears to be an aid for the ad
verse critic.
Even the printer is not infallible as
witnesses NaamUn the leper in last
week's issue.
A tellinu lesson showing the hard
ships of the children in factcries was
seen in the pictures lasi Friday even
ing. Next Sunday:
At 10 a. m., Sunday School. Wo
have teachers and elassts for.
At 11 a. m., Memorial Services.
Members of tho G A. K. and W. R. C.
will attend in a body.
This is the beginning of the cxerc ses
of Memorial week and the public is in
vited to these services.
At 7 p. m. Young People's Meeli.ig.
Subject. "The Social Impulse "
At S p. m. We expect to have illus
trated songs for this service. Subject,
"Sham, or the Folly of Untempered
Mortar."
The public is cordially invited to
these services.
H. W. Kuhlman, Pastor.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
County Court of Tillamook County,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids, for
one hundred cords of hemlock wood,
lor meV-OUri iiuuac, nam nuuu iu uu
cut 415 ill. In length, and corded in the
basement of the Court House.
A certified check equal to 5 per cent
of the amount of the bid, must accom
pany each bid as a guarantee that the
bidder will execute u bond for the com
pletion of the contract if awarded the
same,
1 All bids to be tiled in the office of
tho County Clerk, of Tillamook County,
Oregon, on or before June 4th, 1913.
The Court reserves thu right to re
ject any and all bids.
1 ' J. C. IIOLDEN,
County Clerk.