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ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY, AND FRIDAY
irRQES"r CRculation or Any Paper in Tillamook County
Tillamook, Oukoox, Jiwk .', in:j.
em line oi mgn quauiy mercnanaise will be on sale at
extraordinary bargain prices.
1 ndiiy double ditttribuu n ul Cold II ml Trading Stamps in nil
i, las' embroidery chime tu mr needlework nnd nrL depart
nuntfroui 1:110 to -l .MO rverv afternoon I'Yee lessons when
purehuHinu your materials here
n Jl O .1 o. it
m cr ou need iu the line of wearing impure), make out vour list and
ril Inl t it amassing low price this week. Here is eoudeiiHed sale news. Nun-
ft in iiuivt.-i h" "" ii iu i taviTai wiii9 luis w(iK at
! r fx
75c Ladies' Hose 19c Pr.
Fancy .uid plain styles, every imaginable color.
Regularly Hold up to 7oc.
I8c Initial Handkerchiefs lie
Neat, narrow hemstiti he I, with initial on fine
slu t r Itnou.
55.75 Fashionable Tub Dresses J3.48.
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,'attltrv t luoreu Mies, nun imuy viaiiuuu uimn-ih. uuhic ui puiui iinii miii-v
w. ts, etc , niartlv trimmed.
S2.50 Women's White Waists $1.69
ail-t : .! and exipiiHtu- dust Mle. trimmed with hue ami embroidery, with
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i ktraordsnary Offering Women's and
Young Ladies' Tailored Suits
Formerly. Priced $1 65
to S25.00 at - 1
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fccv . ul-. are IiHtmetivelv sui'trt ami upeai to wuuicu m ivuuv.. u.v.-.
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June Sale Dainty Whits Goods
Jf. Us goods section thi week, of gre.U interest will be the sale display of
u .'.il imported and domestic white goods at attractive, economical prices.
irst Show ncr Da ntv Kiaue ana oearora torub, jju iu.
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He I. test sum uer lubric for suits, skirts aim oresses, uic iiiMiiuunwn .m&..
he popular ni tteriaN the nay. luspiayni m um swum i..ww.
Sensational lune Offering Trimmed Millinery
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tv-s ,!iu hi reel snajies, uuw vi m.h.t, ., -
"ici;t, uimerpricco in iniu uuwmi.w .'
Trimmed Hats that sold up to $i.J., now 52.25
" 0.00, 3.69
.. " 7. ;"(), " 3.98
" 0.00, " 4,98
The "Big Store" for the Men and Boys
-nightv good clothing news this week. Wc want you to see thcjlatcst
turvc" m clothes ami you don'i Have to ay hum i
ere at .s,") "
Hart Schaffner & Marx
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"i.Mi i'iv lor vou. iiieuewiaie .i i.. - , j,,- r , ,
"lit , "tailored to fit," clothes that you expect to pay m, e b-. IV. An
f . i .... ,.i ,. lot inn' for men anil young men, pnciu
m u, u'll you oi our N.iei- ... ....v . - ,...t :., the
'Hword from lashion'creators. You'll w.mder how such swagger clothes can
M at such prices. Let us show you what they re UUe.
n' v. am ci... u n mu unnarcn w ..... . -
mc , i u-elL soles with strong ven-
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nuiKe ineir n,.,iu....v ..... . comfort-
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'raws, correct new brim and crown. able loot-lo. m , lasts
i cn urirfh' S2. 50 Health Union SultsI.O
"nocK-auout Cloth naim rac io , , iXr ,.nr!(-vvi"ir
.... , , . . . i. i t It niiioiis make ol knit uiKic.wcai
ILI1I flllll II II ! iltltl'L Mill 1MW l lll L It ,1 1 1 ' 1
f"f tHH Will U (.tMWI MHMO.m , . ..nn,.,rc Mi ill lUUlLM-
''Istupcs, silk mixed and woolens in lor men sc I n ca.s m
Vcr.v w allied color.
J'Wlv and mailed upon
"I'H'sl Ladies' Home
I'unial magaziiic of
uo(f UiC'sinir. oresent-
nK tlu in U lnlv 1isliioilH.
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1.00 fir nunc
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units- iiomTjoiTknai patterns
Crowded Out of this Ad
Women's 1.50 House
Dresses - - 97c
Fnncv (lowered Dresden
(IKibbons, yd. - 29c
Women's 1.75 stlish
Tub Dresses - l.48
Misses' and Children's
SL'.OO Wash Dresses
all sizes - - 25c
llcavv natural color
Khaki Cloth - 19c
licautiful 27-in. Floral
KilkM - - 38c
U. B. Conference
Biihop Bell Will Arrire Here Wa Af
ternoon. It ii Expected That Near
Ir 100 Preacben and Delegates
Will Be Pretent.
HUhop W. M. Hell of Snn Franclnco.
who will Imi tha prtillf)K officer at the
U, II. Confcrufico which will he held
here tiiU wcok. In oxtwctetl to nrrivo
The e)jK-nIK inijtltiff of tho confer
nee will Im hctd nt Uic U. H. Church
on WetlneiHlny evctilnc t which time
tho conference will be welcomed by a
rtrcerital(vu of tho commercial club.
What the pronrnm for Wclndny
evcnlm; will le wo are unable to ulalt.
The forenoonii atwl afternoonn will be
dtvolel to mnttern of buiilncioi, how
ever, during each nfterno'in, at a time
Ml by the conference Uinhop Hell will
uliliri) tho conference. The public la
cordially nviltI to thcae morning ad
(iri'Mca n they will bo educational, in
structive ami of Intercut to alt.
Full announcement In regard to the
Sunday ervlcea will tippear in the next
jmiuo of the Herald.
THE COUNCIL MEETS IN
Al a meeting of the council on Mon
day cveninK it wa decided that the
city should purchime a street liusher.
Tlio new (lusher will probably cost
about tl'iM. Tho street sweeper which
tho city has U'cn usint;, w'hich was
contracted for but which was never
paid for n It has never civen satisfac
tion, will be token ns part payment on
tfio new (lusher.
Councilmun Sappinclon tendered his
resignation last evenlntr. This was
done because of the pressure of other
The council appointed Wm. Hoy in
scclor of ktreet pavement xvort. This,
no doubt, was a ;ood move as .Mr. Hoy
has had a Kreat deal of experience
alonK this lino of work.
The usual bills were allowed.
At tho special olestlon at Wheeler
on the 2Uth of May it was decided to
incorporate. The vote stood 32 to 2 in
favor of incorporating. Tho following
officers wore elected:
Mayor, Alex Anderson, Jr. : Re
corder ; E. A. Hrenner ; Treasurer,
Wm. M. Knott : Marshall, J. F. Hrad
ley ; Aldermen, John Kampfer, S.
LundbcrK. G. L. Madden, H. L. Mun
sell, E. L. Hector, A. J. Zimmerman.
SHOWS DEFECTS IN
FARM BUTTER MAKING.
It is the aim of this bank to ive
the best banking service possible
and we do it.
It is also our aim to have the
very best equipment such as
Modern Fire Proof Banking
Room, Fire Proof Vault, Iiur
glar Proof Safe, Modern Safe
Deposit Boxes and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Fnnr main defects in farm butter as
compared with cretimery butter are
pointed out by 0. G. Simpson of tho
dairy school nt the Orenon Auricultur
ul College. Ho says:
"Tho main defects in farm butter, as
compared will) creamery butter, are
bud llavor, stalenoss or rancidity, too
many shades of color, und unsuitable
packages. The flavor is of the highest
importance, nnd no matter how good
tho butter is in other respects, if tho
llavor Is wronji It is classed ns' nn in
"No matter how skillful tho butter
maker is, it is impossible for him to
muko a strictly lirst class butter out of
poorly llnvored or tainted cream.
I ('rutin may become tainted from foul
causes; bacterial infection, nbsorbtion
1 of llavors, food eaten, or disenso in tho
cjw. The bacterial infection may
cjmo of unclean cows nnd stables, un
clean surroundings, especially in n
temperature nbovo CO deRrees.
I "Abaorntlon of flavors takes place
with remarkable rnpidity when milk or
cream is allowed to stund in nn utmo
sphoro whore odors are present, ospeci-
E ally when tho milk is wnrm. Foods
UlUtllllVU QHUIIf, i..v.
.14 onions, decayed sUaeo. old stalky
kulo, or turnip tops should not bo fed
fuw hours of nitlkiiiK. Ex-
K.rlinHiita havo shown that milk will
not nossuas tho lluvora of such foods
If not drawn for eiirht or ton hours
uftor feedlnjr. Cows that nro abnor
mally heated or excited Loforo milking
r Kivoa tainted milk. Muny diseases
1 I . .1 mill,
ANOTHER MIMl VICTIM FOUND.
From Ray City Examiner;
That some of the victims of the ill
fated bark Mimi, which tipped over
after bein taken to deep water early
in April, were cautjht in the Hucing or
by some part of the ship is suRitested
by finding the body of an unknown
sailor on the bench less than u quarter
of a mile south of where the vessel
went down. It is now thought that
other bodies may loosen from the frrasp
of the ship and come ashore.
The bodies previously recovered had
drifted some distance from the scene
of the disaster. The first was a mile
north and the last about thirteen miles
south. The discovery of the last,
which was Saturday forenoon, leads to
the belief that it and others were held
by the wreckage. -It would have been
almost impossible for the body to have
drifted far and be in the condition in
hich It was found.
While the head, one leg and both
hands were gone, it was in a better
state of preservation thnn the one
found just north of Netarts. This in
dicates that it has been submerged for
some time in such a position that it
was better preserved.
This leaves ten of tho victims to be
accounted for. Four of the twai t
were taken from tho vessel alive; two
were taken off dead on Monday, and
four have been picked up alone the
coast. In two cases it has been impos
sible to identify the victims. This was
in the case of the last two, but there
has been some particles of clothing
still remaining sufficient to identify
them as sailors.
In the case of the one at Netarts,
there was only a stocking remaining.
The one -Saturday was recognired as
one of the sailors from tho boot and
underclothing. There were no other
marks about tho bony to suggest mo
identity of the man.
Or Hawk was notineti snortiy niior
tho body was discovered and went to the
scene and held an inquest. On account
of the condition of tho body and its
location, it was considered impractical
by nil there to remove it and it was
buried on the beach. A heavy oak
board from the wrecked vessel was
erected as a monument and marked.
PEAT SOIL AND SAND.
"To grow cranberries you must have
peat soil," says Prof. C. I. fjwis of
the Oregon Agricultural College. "If
the soil contains much clay the vines
will grow, but the plant will not be
"First the land is thoroughly cleaned
off, all trees, brush, grass and- even
grass roots being removed. The land
is then leveled and several inches of
sand, free from grass and salt, is
spread on. It is important to keep
the water tabic within a foot of the
surface during the growing season. If
there is a stream of living water on
the land, it is all the better, sime you
ca . flood the land with this and help
to keep down insect and frost in
juries." 0. A. C. has r.o cranberry bulletin
at present, but valuable ones can be
secured by writing to the Wisconsin
Experiment Station at Madison, the
Massachusetts Agricultural College at
Amherst, or by sending for the De
cember number of the Better Fruit,
published at Hood River, Ore., which
contains a special article on cranber
ries by O. N. Bennett of Warrenton,
considered one of the best experts in
this industry on the coast.
CARD OF THANKS.
The ladies of the Woman's Relief
Corps, Corinth l'ost No. 54, Tillamook
City, wish to sircerely thank all those
who so kindly assisted in making the
Decoration Day Program and exercises
Shake Off Your Rheumatism.
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. Try a twenty-five cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and
see how quickly your rheumatic pains
disappear. Sold by all dealers.
Subscribe for the Herald,
twice n week.
On Your Own Account
havo you any money In tho bank? A part of your earnings ought
to belaced there, anyway. Everybody can afford to savo some
thing, however little. Hnvo u bank account of your own and you
will fool happier, better, more independent. Muko your little
money euro more, nnd so grow bigger. Rotter than hoarding it
where firo or thieves -can roach it. Your bank-book is a receipt
nnd nn cvideneo of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
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