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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
izn?5T ClRCUL-ATION OF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Okkgox, Jn.v 22. 1013.
B AH dy Friday, Dpublr Gold Bond Trading Stamps with each JOc purchase
bout the tor.-We deliver Free of Charge, by parcel Pout, to any point In
Tillamook Co.. nurch&ne amniinllno tn nr. 4mfl- .
- I f .. .w WM. WtHVft U u T CI
,t wcek'f accomplishment set the peg another notch
higher in the record of Haltom's merchandising
ihnjj the '' the horns" i the only wise and courageous course for the man
jtrtic! or the inerclmnt who look lorvwird to uncli a radical change m is in
utilvioimiu: when the new TAHII?I? HI 1,1, in passed and so nil this month
rrwill he iiwwl IM H)R I T NI-WS lUM.UiTINS from the Hig Store, telling
fcnurring pnt'e reduction that are made to distribute vast (mnntitics of this
ijumnh stock of the newest. nmtU lchirahle. best assorted goods in Tillamook Co.
Tariff-Year Summer Clearaway Sale
I trek's offering are no lrs sensational than those that crowded this store last
wfck from the opening hour until the doors were closed. Come early.
i. r 4 m ii i t
umcrmj,'. lustrous, lam v ano pi. on iweneiieu sanitary seamless napkins, six
LSjmIU 27c yd. to the box. special - - 23c box
fk silk hosiery, regular dollar qiml. Vacation stationery, fancy linen finish
double fool ami ton 69c pr. ink tablets 7c, new stvleeuvcTs 5cpkg.
prices should make an absolute clearance of all our remaining
about 300 washable suits, coats and dresses for women, young
ladies and children
U4t -were $'. rid In ort VVltlll.
"i(l vouiil' Indies' noreh dresses in
ft( French lau'im find timlwmm.
, r -o
M.83 werfS.'t.r.O mS-l- fid ini- nU
I'L'll'tf flfllllll- VV.Wll UlWl.l .....I
M coats niwl inibtu
At 9fld-Were Sl.SO-middy and Huj-
fcUVinn blouses for young Indies, with
belts, smartly trimmed.
At 49c were $1.00 plain black, white
and lancy house waists, classy tailored
Property Low $400,000 Covered By
1100,000 IsiHrance. All of
Business Portion Gone.
On Friday cveninir t tlx o'clock fire
broke out at Sheridan ami the whole
Imiincft section of the town was de-
strayed. Thu Ire started !iy ;gHolino
tank In a restaurant exploding ai d
clfng fire to the building. It is laid
that the failure to have sufficient hone
male it imKtibiu to check the flame
anil! In forty minutes the entire bun I new
section wm alilsic. The water main
were broken liv falllntr LuiUilrurs. thus
greatly crippling the fire department.
Alt buiinva houses south of the
river were burned, leaving only a meat
hop, second hand (tore and garage on
uio wrwi side or trie river.
tkck buildinfc seemed to have no
effect upon the progress of the flame
whitevcr, a they entered the window
and burned the frame work.
'fkf. Inti.1 loan In atlmulnl at 1100..
t0, covered by $100,000 Insurance.
A Urge number of people arrived
from nearby towns ami brought pro-
vitlon for the hornless.
Whilu the ocoote of Shcridinn have
suffered terrible loss, ihey have the
uua) western courage and work of re
construction will noon Imj under way.
GETTYSBURG VETERAN RETURNS.
It is the aim of this bank to give
the best banking service possible
and wc do it.
It is also our aim to have the
very best equipment such as
Modem Fire Proof Banking
Room, Fire Proof Vault, Bur
glar Proof Safe, Modern Safe
Deposit Boxes and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
racing the Summer Clear AWay of Shoes. It's Impotslble to Impress You Thor -pughly
of the C Bargains". "Sec Window Display."
The Half-Yearly Cut
STANDARD PRICES OF HIGH GRADE SHOES
Frr W . . r 1 oAiva Rovs and Men
omen i uung -ivsaj
NO EXCH jiQtgi NONE ON APPROVAL, NONE SENT C. O. D.
Only Cat r., , Mteh CUss Shoes that U Held In FD Season, and the
VA and Oifor A
Mcn'i Nobby $5.00 Flonbe.m Low
...I.:., wwi. tan. iat-
metal; button, uui.v.
Fvcr know of such drastic pneecutting?
Simnlv overstocked, the season s best
. 1 .1 ui.. Khcui.;h stvles and
dress models; leathers o Russia tan.
Ln metal; button, blucher and pump
stvles, large range of sues and widths,
the season's popular shapes.
Boy.' F.bion.ble Oxford., Regular t QA
$3.50 Valuei, - - , " T !f
Here is a great bargain lor the youth
, ui ,ov; nobby patent colt, gun meta
vic'i oxfords, welt soles and n little
A oxford than you would expect at
50 at-the above great reduction.
r THIS ADVERTISEMENT
ICROWDEU ,mi!Th.Vv Summer clearance uh
New summertime irmiineil ,s
i .. U-ss than hall 1,K,B;11 ...mj Bl, ts nt marvelous re-
r 'i'i gun
' Md Muir
n,()rll'1 i u.,.mih1v mide ox-
"i ."en i: ... that are a
mi tin. timiinicr uown.
Lir .... r i . s
trfo of Woems'i nd loung um- JQ
f Ml ....1 I. .el hlllL' (it
earlvl l ncy win "..",
price. We do not want to dump-
huin.ner clearauee at less tnai.
. (lUCllOUS. . .,, ,
lWy75csilk finish hooyP ' . ,accS( dress goods, silks, dra.
fcckwear. jewelry, novelties, i summer elear'anee rcductions-
ries, etc.. (lisnlayed in our sine -
Lave curtain. "ww , t
KfS mul window st lom im hennud.
WOI 81 x;90 a Children's ginghams and per-
tlUfariS calc dresses, 2 to G years, 19c
C N. Drew, a veteran of the Civil
Wur and u pniticipant in the battle of
Gettysburg, arrived home Friday from
the late GettynburK reunion.
Umn Imimr intirvicwcd. Mr. Drew
Wife ycty i,,,?rJL?i)'l!K,".cf0JiUi-2L-ili-trip
and of whnt took plnce nt the re
union n ho law it.
The tpccinl train carrying the Ore-
Kon doleRBtion left Portland at two
o'clock on the afternoon of the 25th of
unc and arrived at Gettysburg ut
midnight on the 29th. There waa no
hange of car or jwrtcrs during the
!iitlro trin. There was about ninety in
the Oregon delegation which went into
camp southwest of the city, near the
original battle line of Gen. Lee. Tents
had been pitched and cots set up, and
everything wn in redincs for them
xcent thst they had to go to head-
quurtera for their blankets. The camp
wn well supplied with good water,
An ..v,.ri third Street All ice
water fountain was Maintained.
Mr. Drow sy that there was plenty
of sccommodutions for the Gettysburg
veterans Jand that the crowding and
lack of accomodations reported was
caused hy others crowding in.
U. S. regular soldiers did all the
cooking and regular camp work. Three
meals were served every day with the
very best of food Including pies,
chicken, turki-y. ice crenm and lemon-
There was no restrictiuns on the old
soldiers. They could go and come as
thev ltUoi and enjoy themselves as
they suw best.
There were two largo tents ; one
stating 7000 people and the other 3000
tu'iinltf. The smaller tent was used lor
entertainment features and was in use
every hour of tho day. Tho larger
tent was used for tho big guthenngs
such as reunions, etc.
A regiment of U. S. infantry pa
.1I.,1 .!. irrniiniln ami a reL'illient of
11. S. Cnvnlrv did escort duty.
The reunion of Mr. Drew's regiment,
the Sixth Muine, took place on Juiy
'1 wul was attended by only six menv
Mr. Drew savs that tho historical
peach orchard near tho devil's den has
nmntntalv erased and
.wit nv.Ml 11 stumii is left standing.
The battle Hold which includes 3,500
acres now bolongs to tho govern
numt and uoon it uro erected monu
..... uitilok oniit from $16,000 to
tor. ruvi AtinK
Artillery, representing the artillery
f hnth arm es. is now in me same po-
ettinii hMt thev occupied on July 3,
1863, with records on monument be
iv,,ir,,r hn reunion the old veterans
spent much tlmo looking for old land
marks and places that particularly in-
terested tnem. uovuminoiiv
ments have changed the lay of the land
somewhat, however, many ow laminar
,... In evidence, and the old
.IU. IV .
boys got ranch enjoyment out of the
privolege of looking over me uw
ground. ... ...
The boya In blue mtngltd freely with
the boy in Gray and the opinion waa
unanimous that the battle of Gettys
burg had ended right.
On his return home vlr. Drew visited
Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, tak
ing the Canadian Pacific around via
Van County, ii, C., and the south to
Chas. Reynolds, one of the Gettys
burg veterans of this city went from
the reunion to fields in Pennsylvania '
where he is now visiting.
Tillamook Clam Bake
One TkewMad People Eat Claw. Fkk
Aad Tillamook Cheese. Visiters
On Sunday last some 350 visiting
Moose of the state and county-and - 650
cIUSensof " this city and surrounding
country attended a clam bake on the
( P. R. & N. terminal grounds east of
The visitors arrived on a special train
the night before and Saturday evening
was spent amid dancing and other
amusements about town. The band
Judge Campbell adjourned Court on
Saturday with the understanding that
the pavement case should be UKen up
again on Thursday of this week. The
Judge was obliged to take Monday for t the M trajn and headed
the consideration of a case at Hillsboro. 'proceggjon up toWn.
It is expected that the Hadley case . Flsh and cheese were abo ,erved in
will be taken up next Monday or as . iarRC quantities at the feed on Sunday,
soon as the pavement case is disposed Folowinjj ig atnount of food con
of. The defendants in the Hadley case gumed . of Saimoni joo
had a motion pending for the dismissal j of brjck cheese. 100 bushels of
of the case. The motion for dismissal, ciams 3,50 ioave8 of bread 1 barrel of
however, was overruled by Judge , k, d er foods in proportion.
Campbell and the case will come up
SALMON PRICES AGREED ON.
The threatened" strike of fishermen
In Southeastern Alaska wan averted
when by June 21 practically all tne
canncrymen had signed the agreement
us to the scale of prices. Chums were
cut from 3 cents and 3 cents to 21
ami 3 cents h piece. Sockeycs are i
cents at stream ; 15 cents delivered.
Cohoes are tho same prico as Sockeyes.
Humpbacks are lj cents at stream ; it
delivered at cannery. The Chums are
2 cents at the stream and 3 cents de
livered. J. U. Heckman and inos.
Heckman were among the first to sign
On Your Own Account
have you any money In the bank? A part of your earnings oupht
Rvprvhodv cm afford to save some
t . .. b.aisb Atun anil VA11
g, however little. Have a Dan account u j
feel happier, better, more independent. Make your littto
money earn more, and so grow Digger, newer
where fire or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is a receipt
and an evidenco of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
l pickles and other foods in proportion.-
100 gallons of clam soup were con
sumed. The clams and salmon were
served in different ways.
A kangaroo court was conducted and.
much merriment was occasioned by
Two ball games were played durihg
the day which resulted in two victories
for the visitors over the home team.
The score for the morning stood 10 to
3, and the score for the afternoon
game stood 8 to V. jne anernoon.
game was a good one and was marked
by two three base hits.
There was not as large a crowd of
visitors as was looked for, however,
those who did come reported a most
t ivUi I'innamin nf Ttenver.
died on Monday evenlnc at six o clock
. . . . ... . 1 lrii .nnAd ortfl nthnr pimnlicAtlQIlA
Dr. Urie of Camns wasn wno hVr deathrbr: Boato
an interest in the Tillamook Ice Plant, Dr. Kerron held a consultation in
arrived here Sunday. Dr. Urie ex-. reRarti to her case on Monday after
n, his wife here Thursday. They noon. but nothing could be done for
will probably remain for a short time. her.