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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTV
Tiu.amook, Onkoon, XoviiMHI'.H 2.", I'll.",.
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DOUBLE GOLD BOND TRADING STAMPS EVERY FRIDAY
igh Class Tailored Suits
Captured For Cash
J. D. M.vtln of New York, the buyer for the 42 Store Syndicate of which
this store Is ft member secured the entire made up stock of beautiful tailored
suits of Koacnbaum A Co., who are quittlnE business and arc classed among
New York's highest classed Garment manufacturers. We have Just received
by express our portion of this special! purchase and have put this lot of suits
in with our fall stock on hand and divided In two Immense lots:
ALL $25.00 TAILORED SUITS ON SALE AT $15.00
ALL $22.50 TAILORED SUITS ON SALE AT $12.50
Cleanup Prices Prevail Throughout the Store
All millinery at less than first cost, all dress coods and silks re
duced. H.ivlland China and English wnrc to close 1-2 price. One
bl table of toys to cloc 1-2 price. Bin assortment of Xmas
dolls at reduced prices. Thanksgiving table linens at reduced
WV. Dm Mule. Jr.
Since ihli wm Unit wk, everything
Iimh been very uImI about the school,
eppt aom of the student minds
and they lure muit very disturbed
id-out their grade, or rather lack of
gradi. Hnch thing n theno how
ever have xUUh) ever since Uu wure
umi.iiwi.vij, n mi very UKuiy wtu lattt hk
F. R. Beals Heads the Ticket;
Goo Bunch of Councilmen also
On Saturday evening the court room
THANKSGIVING DINNER AT
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imiK hi Ul ItMl llWIWelVOO, SO It 1 no of tho court lmln ur.i vll fllL-f vjtti.
(mrticulnr marvel. I ro,ircsc.nlativt. cil,w of our cjty who
Frat)k Knboaon was trying to light u ' proceeded to (rut in nomination a net
ga ntuVH or was irritating it In some t candidate It bo voted on at the
fiftii'r ft.HfiH.ti. tol,.i tf ..-..I...I. .1 i ' ....... : .. .. .t... . t ...ift ...in i
srorehiKl hi oyirtirpwe and "rmiatachtf" i held December 1.
and burnad hi file quite badly, bov. 1 Tbu meeting wan called to order by
t'Vi'r, Prank sustain no very serious ! Councilman Erwln Harriion, who was
injury, nor wh he nblu to mis any ! made permanent chairman, after which
school on u-rount of It. It litis wot yet
be. determine! liethcr ho will be
jcor.fifwd '.,r an attempt nt suicide.
i sine there m no way of proving .that
I thi wan hit, intention.
I A student body mooting was hold
j lt wtwk for tiio puru! of Uivcuwlni;
th dvibihty of rvorxiinixint: the
tudnt (HKly and levying n tux uaeh
tn?itfr fir Uf.ngiji lo Ui Htudont
Imdy orifniation. Th Wea was re
coivtxl fnvorablv nod a motion to that
ir?ol w inu'ie nncl carried. Hy an
otlir motion the provident appointed a
cominitU'c compoad of two from each
claw, dutormine the amount of tho tax
and make twin further arrangement.
W IK-In-Vti that thia in an excellent
Attorney S. S. Johnsjn wai made
secretary of tho meeting.
After the preliminarie had btn
disod of I). L. Shrode arose and
after a short speech placd in nomin
ation F. It. UeuLs for mayor. Th
nomination of Mr. Utah was Krout
with considerable applauw, after which
on motion the nominations were closed
and .Mr. Henl was declared tho nom
inee by unanimous consent of all those
J. H. Oaylord was unanimonsly
noinlnatmt for the olllce of city treas
urer. After the nominations for mayor nnd
treasurer had been Ailed, those present
from the dilferent wards proceeded to
th.n f..r tho school and therefore ! W,'nin"t":Hn'li'?atos from l!'eir rosc-
, ji!oso al Noo t Thursday, Thanksgiving
is always admired!
VynV(t a ftni' ltn of rhoic fl
tk from which l aeltrl anl will
cunrniitiifl you a Bowl fit at very
Wr nltn h.ndlr Critli' f IT ntilliltf
CmHl. .ml Ki4i.nrn f.H.MIilrrd
It.ln Co.ti. ' (ir u a trial.
J. WAl. HOW ALL
NUN'S AND tOHJS' TAII.OK
f ir in Mn .in- Wild- TUiitmofil , Orr.
I b.uM rfceeivit (he mipport of the on
to lire muilenl lHly. Uy levying pome
g ; n aaonahlif tax a fund, leloMKliijr to Die
, oreHnited student bwlv. will be raisod
an I in tbl way the credit of the
nt-nool can be kept in ijeod condition.
, i inv prteni time iu erotiit none
THE RAMSEY HOUSE. to ur. When any achaol nctivity.
uch a fooi-biill, debate, etc.. Is in im-
ttjK-dtnte nctod of tflpnuy, the necojary
fu-v! can ! borrowed from tlie Stud-
lefit lUriy trensury nntl tnen paid baca
THANKSGIVING DINNER AT
live wards and the folio win); gentle
men were placed in nomination :
First ward, John Keldson; Second
ward. Geo. Edmund; Third ward, Sam
llradhviid; Fourth wurd, M. Mekhior;
F'iflh ward, Geo. Lamb.
.1. L. lloiden was nominated to the'
olilco of water commissioner from the
1 iuiiikui tnif Dinner will lie
mmv- J nt tlir liumwy llouitc Irom
4 lo 2 . in .nt ! liuiu il (n s p. in , (,i
ivtiiu Umiierf over erviul in Till-1 will ivt cnuniHKl and heW down by j rwiucml raihtmJ rattis
uiiioas Hty. Ihcmtrnu le nr ' the luck of money, its i often tho
of tittstero and Contnil Oregon and it
iti txntwt(nl that mtinv luwinlx nM nvnt-
ol ihr awellfHt ThniiUM. j Inter ii. Thus any worthy enterprise u,0 country will take advantage of the
It is the nitii of this hfink to giv
iholicst hunkiiiij scmcc possible
-11111,1 wc lu it.
nlso our (tin) to
MoiIlm-ii Imic ItooI
Kooin, lfire Proof Vault,
Lrlnr Proof Safe. Modern
Boxes niul we
CoiifonitiH; nnd Crmini of Toinuio,
Urotiarri Ci-Jfry .Mixed nfcetl
naked Chiiux k Adiuoti, White
Vinjinin nyrnr Cured limn,
limited l.iinil) Cliopn, I'urnoh penti.
IlictitlcU pork clni. enmm eiiuico.
l'riiui' K'Uih of lleef Ati Jiw.
K'ijnt yoiinc itr, Sim.-tit; OiLvintr.
Ix'oiint Tnikfy. OyMti-r nreriniiig-,
Wiildoif SnltuI MuyoiinUu.
Coiiiliiiintl.iii P'leiii'li Du'Hhini,'.
Sweet Com In Cieiiin.
Knulleli ihitnl ptitltliutr. winemiiu'e.
1'iiiiklii, uiiiK'f mill iiiil; iie.
I'ilhmiDok on-Biii mill tiru'k clietci.
Ice eienin with vmiillu wiiiiMn,
jpiiii ted on k e NutH.
J. W. IIi'Nk-rt, Clief.
I cane uadur the present system,
the menus for launching anch an enter -
The reiKirt of the Junction Citv :
since j... i.i:t.j . ;
iritc will always lie obtainable. It ,
iieti eloven months ago ami during that ;
time Sl.000 jmundii of butter has "been !
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tim Herald Ufllcu !h now looated iu
the now MiiHonic bldg. Give us a call.
NOTICI0 in hereby given tlml no
hunting or trospuHsing will bo'nlliiwed
mi Ketiirts Hay Co. property, including
hu Hiindiiplt at Nctarts Hay.
Wells & eilson.
Kiirnltdiud and unfurnished rounis, al
so housekeeping rooms at ttio Wiitcli
ha born nuge.itod that a constitution
lie made providing for thee arrai.-ge-mentd,
and put into etroct as soon as
notminlo Undoubtedly it -ill.be a
good licy to adopt a constitution and
carry on buKines accordingly. Hence
wo hope lo see everyone get in and
loot for a now lively Student Hody.
Tho Junior had another candy sale
last Friday, An excellent business
waa done na all kinds of stuJent body
aches will prove. The girlj made the
candy in the Domestic Science depart
ment, but fri'in all aiuiearances no ser
iom mistakes were made. The Juniors
nr surely greniy for lucre and they
got it to). 1 He use to which they in
tend putting 'he monev is vory ctn-1
niemtable however, and the more we
holt them to maku il the better will be '
the annual they t.re K"i".r to put out, ,
A good annual is a line advertisement
fertile school and we should assist the
Juniora in every way Kissiblo in their'
elfori to timke this annual n success, 1
mailt , about 5,000 pounds of which has
I been used by the farmers themselves,
j The remainder sold for S25,09i, butter
' milk for J27;i and cream for ?437. mak-i
j ing-a total of fiti.O'JG. Of this amount '
I the farmers iceived 22,2-10, less one
cent per pound for running expences.
The average price paid for butter dur
ing the last 11 months was 31 cents per
pound, and the farmers received 51,200
more than if they hud sold their pro
ducts to private creameries.
President W, J. Kerr, of the Oregon
Vgricultural College, has recently been
The Hotel Tillamook's Thanksgiving
dinner will be nerved in Urn courses ami
in cuisine and aesviee will not be sur
passed in Oregon. The Steward, Cal.
Worrall; the Chef, Mr. V. E. King;
and the Head Waitress, Miss May
Mahoney are all especially competent
and the well known reputation of this
Elegant Hostelry will even be sur
passed. Take your wife, family, friends and
enjoy the day. Special rntea for child
ren. Reserve tabic in advance.
Don't forget their regular Sunday
Thursday, 12 to 2 and 0 to 8 p. m., 75c.
Eastern Oyster Cocktail.
Celery En HIanehe.
Lettuee --French Dressing.
Consomme in Cup3,
Fillets of Salmon Saute
Westphalia Ham -Celery Mustard.
Domestic Due -Glhlet Sauce.
Chicken Livera Stewed With
Oregon TurkeyChestnut Dressing.
Tillamook Cranberry Sauce.
Saddle of Mutton Motuon Rothchild.
Bruised Sirioin of Beef.
Sweet Potatoes Glace.
Fried Eg Plant.
Fuiglish Plum Pudding Hard and
Brandy Sauce. .
Mince, Apple, Pumpkin and Lemon
Vanilla Ice Cream Angel Cake.
Tillamook Cheese Saltine Wafers.
At a recent meeting, in Portland, of
representatives of the Willamette Val
ley Exposition Association, it was de-
trmitHMl to make tht S.in Francism
in conference with the Secretary of Ag- j exhibit in the n:rfure of a diversified
farm display. It is expected this will
On Saturday, November 29 1913, we
are going to give uwuy StH) long linnd
led busting spoons, 1W) spoons will bo
given away in tho foronoon, 200 in the
ufternoon mid 150 after Huppor. Every
lady that is n house keeper, who visits
tho ntoro on thia date will reeoive one
of thesu spoons as long as they last.
i, . .ii i i i. i i,..i. mIiiiioh tuned niut! Nono of those Hpoons will bo reserved
ce H hereby given that tho Al who wish 11 Tho only way to
Ic.ihuh will bo Ukun during tho , repaired, please phone t A. Im h k B,or
. Nov. 2UI, to 2Utl. InehiHlvu. i plunu Htoro m liis uner, L. . h Remember you do not have
W.S.H..OI, CountySt.pt. will ho Nr.. ""M.weck f r ,, .....im n single purchnso or pay u cent
I time, -Al. worn ki"-
" . - I ,
rPftn of muroN, ImriicHH mid whkoh
io or would trwilu.on town prop
8i M. II. ('allahan. Tllluiliook
Now Spanish Kltchun for aula. K""
(lulru of Mru. C. A. Cornfortli.
to procure ono of thoso spoons just
come mid got one.
LAMAR'S VARIETY STORE
"Drop la and Look Around."
Portland, Ore., Nov
From all over the West, and from some
of tho Middle western states, come
reports nf intending exhibitors! at the
International Livestock Exposition to
bo hold at the Portland Union Stock-
yards, December S-13. Guernseys from
Wiscoiiblu, Holsteins from Arizona,
llerefords itnd Shorthorns from Mon
tana will bo seen on dress parade by
the side of fancy livestock from the
agricultural colleges of California,
Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
Stump's herd of Jerseys from Mon
mouth, Oregon, from which tho grand
champion hoifor for the United States
at tho National show in Chicago wiu
taken, will bo entered, nnd tho Urown,
Minor and Dunn Shorthorns nre also
on this circuit. Many entries of sheep
from tho most prominent flocks of tho
Northwest will also bo shown.
The exposition ollicials havo been
fortunate in securing tho services of
some of tho most famous livestock
judges in tho Union to tnke care of tho
classes. Practically nil tho men se
lected havo been judges at tho Inter
national Livestock Exposition or tho
National Dairy Show at Chicago and
II aro noted for exceptional ability
and fairness. Commercial and booster
clubs all over tho Northwest are en
thusiastically stirring up Interest In
tho ovont,. full special ear parties are
promised from a number of the cities
ricultnre and other ollicials at Washing
ton regarding larger co-operation by the
Government with the state in its agri
cultural work, and has been assured
that the department of farm manage
ment will contribute money for the
promotion of boys' and girls' clubs
throughout the state and also co-operate
with the college in every way for
the extension of agricultural education.
President Kerr was much interested in
the bureau of marketing and has asked
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'"i rneciiil) 1 111 u 1 uejiarinieni seuu experts 10
Oregon to show how to got better mar
kets and better prices for farm products.
require a space not less than 2UX1UO
feet and that sufficient material will
be provided to occupy a similiar area
in the Oregon state building.
Permits School Dancing
Olympla. Wash. Alter nearly 12'
years, during which dancing in public
school buildings has been forbidden
rigidly, Attorney-General Tanner, in
an official opinion, throws the bars
down to devotees of the tango, as well
as the more conservative forms of tha
On Your Own Account
Havo you any money in tho bank ? A part of your earnings ought
to bo placed thoro, anyway. Everybody can atTcrd to savo some
thing, however little. Havo a bank account of your own and you
will feol happier, bettor, more independent. Make your little
money earn more, and so grow bigger. Better than hoarding it
whoro flro or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is a receipt
and an'evidcncc of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank