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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1913)
Che Cillamook Rcrald
1ucil Civlcc a iUcch
Cucsd.iv and Friday
Entered as sevond-closs matter M.iy 17. 1010. at the pot otllce- at Tillamook.
Oregon, under the act of March 3, 1879.
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' cl Advertisement
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Vjb subiwxpient Insertion, line
Notices, per I'm
Curd of thank. oer line
Loc!. -'or line, nrsl insertion -
lined sulMUc"t tnssrttun, linn .iVi
; Resolution of ' oodulenco ami
IxhIrc notleos. per lime .06
1 Business A Prof eswiona I rani?, mo. I .00
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ALL Display Ad must bo in this of
fice on Montlav ami Thursday Morn
inns to insure publication in follow
ing Tuesday and Friday issues.
Reasons arc imperative.
FRIDAY. AlV.rST S,
United Brclhren Church Notes.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Murninc worship and Sermon
Christian Endeavor at 7 t1. M. To
pic "lleroos and Heroines of the Tem
perance "ase." Leader, Mrs. A. I
Evening Service and Sermon at S P.
All are invited to those services.
OtScial Board on Monday evening at
S r. M.
Prayer ireeting Wednesday at S 1M.
Sunday School picnic Tuesday Aug.
12. Conveyances will leave tho Church
at 9 A. M. ami go to Mr. Freeman's
place on Wilson River. Everybody is
It. F. Whit. Pator.
us. Tho communion service will oon
cluiie the morning worship.
At 7 I'. M. Young Peoples Mooting.
At St'. M. A program of special
song and music has been prepared for
the evenine service. Mr. Koch will
favor us with a violin sok. We have
four illustrated hymns which will be
On Wednesday evening at the home
of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mr.
M. K. Ilaitonkratt, occurred the mar
riage of Miss Nellie ItMUMtWrnU ad
Stephen Peak. Member of the fam
ily ami friends of the couple assembled
and amid thin happy circle the eupU'.
accompanied by Mr. Frank Ilanenkratt
ami Miss Stella Smith took their place.
The solemn and impresslvo ring cere
iminy was used, Rev. 11. W. Kuhlman
olHclatlng. After congratulation were
oMondid by those present nil retired
to the dining reoin when a sumptuous
dinner was pnrlnkon of.
Mhm lLuteokratt has lived in Tilla
mo.k a number of years and I one of
our best known ami most hlghl re
spected young women.
The happy couple arc spending a few
days along the const and in the south
part of the county before leaving for
thoir new home at Stantlcld, Orog.n,
where Mr. lik is engaged as Princi
ple of the school. These respected ami
well known ytmng teoplo leave c.irry
Ing with them tho best wlshen ami the
kindest regards of all who know them.
HAYOCI-AN NI-W5 IHJ.MS.
Miss II. McN'umara of Portland ac
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
Hat LocMetl iu the Commercial Bids.,
Succeeding Dr. I1. J. Sharp.
All Veil OiUUnLrd. 1Mb Phono.
,., ., o to U , III.
OltkcMoorii , (l, 4,j0e. t.
Ojxn Itvrulm honi 7 unlit S o'clock
DR A D PKKMV
t)itic in Stuigvou tlhltf.
VII Woik Uiiaiautrcd.
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M
JOHN IIIAND III.MMiKSON
lilUtmook Huilclimj Room 210
Attornev at Law
OHicc In Commcrcl.il HuiUIInijt
El. J. CLAU88EN
Di:t icitui Auvokat
beanl ami seen with profit. The postor
! wilt road at this time also a letter from companiod bv a party of friends U oc
Fanny Crosby the blind New hngland eupylng the Huston cottage tills weeK
hymn writer. She is now M years of Or. It. A.
aee ami has written more than 50tX) Portland art
The public is invited to these exerci
HIRAM MARBLE DEAD.
Christian Church Notes.
Bible School at 10 a. m. with classes
for all. If not attending elsewhere we
extend a cordial invitation to
11 a. m. Preaching by L. H. Haw
kins of Portland.
7 p. m. Your-- "?oplc's Meeting.
S p. m. Regular evening service.
Second sermon in series on "Unity."
Subject. "The Bible, and its Relation
to Christian Unity."
"Come Thou with us and we will do
R. E. Jope, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church Notes
On Thursday morning at 7 o'clock
Hiram Marble, for the past three years
j a resident of this city, died at his home
of bronchitis and other complications.
j Deceased was a member of the
Masonic Lodge which order had charge!
i'f the funeral services held at the
( Methodist Church, Rev. Kuhlman '
: preaching the sermon, and the Masons
I conducting the services at the grave.
Hiram Marble w.i born in Stevenson
County, Illinois in the year 15-17. Hi
boyhood days were spent in that state
and later he went west to Kansas where .
I he was married to Mrs. Emtna Brown
mlrews ami family of
occupying their cottage
Mr. ami Mrs. K. Mallory of Portland
were at Hayocenn for tho week end.
Mrs. W. II. Greon and family of Salt
Lake City are occupying tho Potter
Mr. Clark, lumberman of Portland,
accomunied by his family luvc been
at llayoccnn Hotel this week.
P. I). Hance made a trip to Portland
Wednesday, returning Thursday.
I Mis little Baker of Portland is vto
iting her brother t. (.'.
Dr. L. K. Hewitt
A N t SUIP'KON
Ito. ami OlHee Whitohou UcsWIcnce
j Dr. Jack Olson
OlHoe Hours Irom 'J a. m. to f. p. in.
Over F R. Bells' Real Estate Office
j Both I'honen
T. H. G0YNE
U. S. LoramUiioncf
11. T. I50TTS,
C0.MIM.UTl: SliT 0I: AHSTKACT.
Oliuv 'JtKJ-UOl, TillatiiDult
Geo. P. Winslow
NOTICE OF riNAt)
Notleo I. trql,y
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il fn Ttltaiiuk.L .
ofcminl In Urn Mk
Uio maiirr ! imify h(
ny mi) mid n . ri (f A
t tho hunt of pi (hi .
having any i.,tu,. .
count, ami l. fm ,1
any way In th . ,v 1
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time .tnir.1 m nuVeVh?,!
jeeuoni ami ruutu
Alttirrrt f -f ,4,J
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
A full two storv six room house ami
barn. Good plumbing, all Improve
ments In, hard surfjeet! streets, ce
ment skle walks, cloie in, line location,
Seven acres dote to city limits of
Bread 'Pioneer Transfer Co.
FOR SAI.lv AT
i G. I. DICK SON. Pot..
j lloiU PlfMWt
J lite Snmc I'rlcc to livcryunc
Van Couver. Wajihingtoii lino fruit
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in the winter of 1SS. Four sons, Ray land, high ami sltoly.
who died in March 1912. Earl. Guy, Liml- Kighty ucres on Netarts ltav. on new
lev. and one daughter. Dessie. were county road 5; mtltfj from city of Tilla-
born to this union.
I Mr. Marble has been a patient suffer-
I er for the past
few months but it
i was only during the week preceding
; his death that he was unable to bo up
and around the house the greater part
of the time.
the iieceasiHl who was hold in
r .i i ii. community . wtettm oy a who know h)m
j a Mason for about ten years.
moo's, for sale in smtll tracts or all.
First mortgage note of ilt(V), tlrsti
class security, drawing 7 or cent ,
interest, for sate.
See J. M. Liisberg, Tillamook, Ore. i
J. Wm. Edwall
1 E. N. CRUS0N.
, l'uintrr uinl Paper Hanger
i Contracts Taken
All Wurk (.ttiitrmiUT'l,
I Tillamook. r.
FIRST CLASS WORK!
No morning service next Sunday.
Praise and preaching at S p. m.
Sermon theme: "The Unity Which
(1) Oneness of
(2) Oneness of LOVE, community of
(3) Onenebs of ACTION, community
of service. j
During the fiscal year ending March ,. P. Saaulding was born August I,
31. 1913. the Presbvterian Church in tsr.l t i .. i ur.o u..
the United States received on confes-. o,,i ,h.. ,.lain in ..n ,.,i.,,u. mny be ont in to Ed Weston,
mcmuens, me largest in tne wlth h 3 niretiti. Thev ivel in l..rt
NOTICE FOR BIDS,
and spocifications for
of a wotidnhtNl. fence.
( form ami sidoivnlk alio the painting of
i same for School Dial. 23, Long Prairie,
j ure now on file in office of the County
' Scho I Superintendent.
Cleaning and Pressing
! On 2nd Ave. Opposite Ed's Garage
Tin a:ook t.'Nt)i!rAKiNtJ co
U. N. lll.NM.lt. Mfi.
pour Do,if Wet of llnV.'ry
1'uiicml Dlivdur ami lj(iud r.ttillin.r
iM'U AiiiU' 1 When Rniuvstcd
Notice 01 Sillcdt U4(,
Notlro l hrrcb. g fS iijl
0 to th lllgitral 1,.U,. A
In tho Capitol (tin ,t, hjJ
gon. onocpitwr tiMJ
. m, of .ttl.l day , H4 j,l
Cfr.l m Ilia !o tJ ,1
to the owner or vwners (
abutting or ffwht.ntt wn-rt
OVDtlloW Ulnlv the t'fTftnvil
loreh aid tl ivl u(nJ
at HB hlBltrl pf 'v otftfril
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olio pfovldln that tK? m
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Tlllattvook ( inuhlj. Utt
etiml at fultoitt. t--l
nor Lctw-it (,.. i j ,jjfl
10W. uf W. M .a'Vtht J
on tho rlsfht tnk . t t.MUI
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N. t- &r H 71 friutj,J
tifgintilfig, vu' i-.fi t$ i
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furl nnrl by ( I a. ?y
mt rt, '1 . 6 8, It l' S W il
Application! nml l t thnti
dfo.or.l ( (, (i llfv.wtl, tv-il
Lflwl IIomiI. Srii,r Qtrtui
(liAtkrtl "AppllCt'" vJ Hi
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ClrfU Ute lAi!
Datnl July 22. PI3
history of the church. 6l,3o5 were re
ceived by certificates. $1,923,000 were
eontributed for Home Missions, and
31,530,000 for Foreign Missions. These
figures indicate large gain.
A Presbyterian Church has been or
ganized at Rockaway Beach, which is
well, attended these days by the camp
ara and week end visitors.
D. A. Mackenzie, B. D.
Methodist Church Notes,
Mrs. Alice Thayer Clark of Portland,
'jrmtw ........ I tie .11.. e. 1 . M i
hut? ' J a """ ) We wish to than the many kind
, , friends who so freely offered their ser-
Mr. Turtlelotte an architect from ; vices in our recent bereavement, ami
Portland spent most of Thursday with I a,ao oe the ,nany beautiful flowers.
land till 1355 when they returned to
Kddyville and in 1371 came back to
Skamokawa, Wash. I
In 1582 he married Edna McElhany
of Keokuk, Iowa.
He came to Tillamook Co. in 1901.
Died August t. 1913 at the age of fi2.
Leaves wifo and two daughters,
Grace and Ella, to mourn his loss.
The funeral services were held at
the United Brethren church at Heaver,
August 0, at 10 o'clock by the Rev.
clerk of said district
I board reserves the right to reject
j and all bids which must be in
nanus o: sain district clerk on or
fore noon of August 1(5, 1913.
CARD OF THANKS,
our committee going over various
church plans etc.
Next Saturday at 8 P. M. Dr. Moore
from Salem meets with us for our
fourth Quarterly Conference. Full re
ports from all departments will be
At 10 A. M. Sunday School, We
have clashes and competent teachers
At U A. M. Dr. Moore preaches for
Mrs. Edna Stjauldinir
STAGE TO NETARTS,
I he schedule for the Tillamook Ne
tarts auto stage is as follows:
leaves tillamook at 9 a. tn. and -I :'M
P in, nounci trip il.Zb. Fare one way
Chatterton and Alexander.
On Your Own Account
have- you any money In the hank? A part of your arnlngs ought
to bcplaced there, anyway. Everybody can afford to savojsomo
thing, however little. Have a bank account of your own and you
will feel happier, better, more Independent. Make your little
monoy earn more, and so grow bigger. Better than hoarding It
where fire or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is a rocelpt
and an evidence of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
rwisper hweilwl s now successor to'
R. R. Roberts, in Tillamook County.
All accounts owing tflu J. R. Wat-
iiiia .Hcuicaii uo., are payauw ui rvasper
R. R. Roberts
Tillamook. Oregon, July 23, 1913.
ine water i.omrniHsion has given
.Mr. Hong nositivu instructions to shut
on waier irom nil consumers who have 1
not paid their water rent by the 10th
ui eacn rrionm.
By Order Water Commission,
The Most Important
Business of Yours
la where you invest your moiiev.
The Western Uian & Savings Co. of
halt Lake City, Utah, a tried ami proved
company, is now ready for business In j
Tillamook ami Tillamook Co. To loan
you money or build you a home on small
monthly payments, at a low rate of1
ntoreu. Write or see
A. C. EVERSON, Loan Agt.i
A. M'NAIR, President.
D. L. SHRODE. Vice President.
CANZADA EVKHSnM - . -r. I
uvi.,1, ut 1 1 enn 1 1
uoam or Appraisors,
S?'.,M1W' '' Minick.
R. t. Zachman, K. J. Clausseii.
Board of Trustees.
John Leland IJen-
L. C. Smith. W. (J. McOec.
THE MANUFACTURING CITY ON
Field for Investment
AN0IHEK CUf W MAZOA (TUNC.
15,. 40 Watt, 35c
60 Watt .... 45c
100 Wilt 80c
if2 1ZM ' ' '
250 Watt - - . .
Pruntnl I. iimp. r.e l',lra.
til 'culvt-.'l'T Uru"y l",r' "f
iiic city I ik-iIkmic ua, v(. ,,
wiring i,t . 'Mwe.t; Wl ,
ltnt with k.,,,,1 wi,rk,,!(i,..h!p;
Tillamook Elcetrla "m
For Details as U, investing in Wheeler,
P. A. JACKSON
.Secretary WflMf PortUnJ OWW,' iff fM
t Y '
w , U ymmok office Crft f, I. M