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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1913)
SWEEPING COMPOUND IS OUR LOW PRICES
Which makes Our Store the Bargain Center of the City
lfs Our Own Way of Doing Tilings, distasteful to some especially certain competitors but pleasing
to all those in need of clean, classy merchandise at reduced prices. We are not handing you a few
baits i?1 with a big "holler", neither do we have to call on' "Webster" or "neighboring ads" to impress
upon one and all the fact that there are no reserves or hold-backs, or that every article and every
original price have been cut.
or Special Sale and Efforts to Please Will Continue
Until Saturday Evening, Jan, 3rd
Until the iast second of time is ticked off, and as true and faithful as the Gold Btnuls ol Uncle Sam, will
you find as doing just as we advertise. Our Entire Stock at the Mercy oi Low Prices.
Never Will Mortal Man, Firm or Corporation
hand you Merchandise of Merit at a lower price. Never will up-to-date Clothing, Shoes, Rubbers,
Underwear, Dress Goods, Gloves, Blankets Shirts, Sweaters, waists, Collars, Tics, etc.,
receive a deeper cut.
Gome i the Sale thai Sets the Pacs and Staggers Competition!
YOURS, ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
A. A. PENNINGTON
THE HOME OF
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Baihe In Comfort
Your cold bathroom can be
warmed casilvand nuirklv hv nifnn!
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J, Sr.iottgt.i-ss ZJ A
You'll wonder how you ever got
alontf without it.
Easy to move from room to room.
Easy to light and take care of. Can't
smoke. Doesn't smell. Will last a life
" 'wvv4 lit ynxiu v4
blue enameled arums.
Ask to see it at your dealers.
etc V j
For Best Results
Use Pearl Oil
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BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
Tho county court of Jackson county
has levied 3 mills for road purposes.
The fiftieth annual meeting of tho
Oregon Historical society was held at
Tho Utnpa.ua river Is open again to
navigation aftor having been sealed
up by a shoaled bar for over a month.
Senator Chamberlain has Introduced
a bill to protect the dignity and honor
of the uniform of tha United States.
Tho following Oregon postofflces
havo boen advanced to the presides
t'nl cliiEs: Haines, salary $1000; Su
thcrlln. ?I100; Wlllaiulna, $1000.
A score of poor children of Eugene
nvru ulvflu a Christmas treo aud a din
ner by the Gamma Phi Hetas sorority
of girls at the university of Oregon.
A herd of Gfi Arizona goats has been
shipped from Corvallls to Sonora,
Texas, the goats bringing an average
of $17 each.
A total of 144,000 will be paid pa
trons of the Creswell co operative can
nery as the proceeds of the first year's
Enterprising physicians In cortnln
"dry" sections of tho. state are aiding
materially in the violation of the Inw,
according to a statement made by
Governor West says there will bo
no special session of the atato legis
lature to fix up registration laws. Hp
says a littlo common senso will rem
'dy the trouble,
i'Vd'ral Judge Drnn fit th3 ' 1
1 State rourt at Portland will nuuitx-r
certificates of Chlnvse In order that
tht-r- hnil not bv nny violations of
Ike Immigration Itwi.
Klectrtc railway service birtweoti
Mt toll us ami I'rinevlll in central Ore
gon Is a proposition being worked out
by the business men and m.ishmuu
of that section.
Having receive! complaints regard
In? the discipline at Worn Point, Sn
tor Chamberlain has Introduced
resolution for an Investigation of the
As sort of an afterChrUtiims cele
bration and final wlndup for the year
of 1013, the MuzamuH are pinning n
ski trip to Mt. Hood, leaving Portland
Iwcembor 27. to tx gon five da1).
The scarlet fever epidemic In Union
has been brought under control by
lif-altli officers. No nsw cases have
ben discovered for a week, and the
public schools will be reopened Janu
Mrs. Mary Krlkson, of Portland, frail
and without money, hurled n brick
through the window of n store in I.oh
Angelas, f.'nl.. In order that she might
be arrested and put In Jnll, whore she
could get something to ent.
Tho state emergency board refused
io authorize a deficiency of $60,000
for Immediate use In giving employ
ment to Idle men of the statu. Gov
ernor West say that ho will make
nnother effort to secure relief for the
Linn county wlfl expend more than
$180,000 In road improvement In J014.
The budget of next year's work, which
hr.s been prepared and Is being pub
lished, and on which the tax levy to
be made will bo based, shown thai ap
proximately this amount will bo avail
able for the Improvement of the conn
(Purging that there Is little sem
blance to law and order In the city,
that the snlnnn (ilmm.nt la I ri fiiit rtf
of the municipal government, and that
the lives of themselves and their fam
ilies are In constant danger, about 55
residents of Copperfleld, Haker coun
ty, have appealed to Governor West
The board of hluher fiirrlptila l.v
resolution at a meeting in Portland,
agreed to eliminate thn rnnrMritt In
chemical and electrical onglnoerlng
from the curricula of the unlvorslty
of Oregon, transferring them to the
Oregon agricultural college, and ellm
Inato tho courso in oiWi engineering
at the agricultural coIUmui and UHKlL'ti
It to tho university.
A convention of tho C4 roud Biiuor-
j visor of lnti rounty will IW I
I KuKn-t shortly sftnr the rip r
i imHr Isors for I9U an .nu- I
1 January, ant-unllng to plan of lU-
county court Th purpuM- of ih
I convention wilt ) to onillnM plan: i
j road wcrV for the tornlnd r m d t
tnakv a study of modem roadmuK. .
"Til" bill which llprntatlr- Si ,
nott Introducod to kIvu public Inn '
entrymeu thro years in which to rr
tnbllxli a residence on Innil. dimits tin
Ideas of many men In Ornmiii. wl.
Uhv reprnaoiitnd tlmt tho expnnsi- '
getting established on claims is i:
most prohibitive. The bill Is vr
carefully drawn and Slnnott !i.iir
It will hnve Mi approval of tht row 1
mlttefl aud tha Intsrlor department '
Portland enjoy the distinction o.
having tho most prosperous posi"
cnvlitK bank In tho United Hiatus, it
idinwn by tho annunl report of Mi
boanl nf trustntHi of tha postal s:i .
Ing4 i"m. recently suit to i-ongress
Only 'hr-e cities in the United Htat
have larger deposits In their post i
snvlnrs banks Minn Portland -N
York, Chicago and llostnu, cltl
whlch greatly outrank Portland Jn
as an it tt ronton wnicn tiaseritiii mi
lleve will he a rival to Portland's fa
mous Christinas swim, the Maker conn
try club plans for an open golf lour
namriit, medal play, to he staged on
Haker links Christmas day.
.Marvel I.owrey, aged 16, of Alsea,
committed Hiilclde by drinking car
bollc acid while In a fit of despond
ency over tho fact that she could not
havo pleasures tho same as oilier
Mrs, J, H. Koherg, who resides on
a farm east of Hood' Itlvt r, held up
two suspects with a revolver as they
were trying to enter the bouse of i
Japanese near her home, ami detain
ed them until the arrival of the sher
iff THE MARKETS.
' WfiS&mm PRESENTS I
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Wheat Club,. 85o; bluestem, fltcj
red Russian, 84tL
Hny Tlmothf $17; alfulfu, $14,
Hutter Creatnery, 35.
KKgH Candlod, 40c.
Wheat niueiitem, 9Sc; club, 84c;
red Russian, 83h.
Htty-Tlmothjt, $17 por ton: alfalfa.
$14 per ton. '
Butter Crsaiaery, 36c.
There is no substitute
lot Royal Baking Pow
der for making the
best cake, biscuit and
pastry. Royal is Ab
solutely Pte Jtncf tbe
only baking powder
made from Royal
grape cream of tartar