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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1914)
ISSUED TWICE A
RQE8T CIRCULATION OF ANY.'PkpEH ,N TILLAMOOK COUNTY
I'illamooic, Okhoon.Imav 12, 10M-.
a M 1 m ' I 1.7 IT,
THE FIRST NATIONALjBANK.
(SNOW I OCATLD IN ITSJNKW BANKINCJHOOM
I. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
AM INViri S THE PUBLIC TO C.M.I. AND MAKE
A INSPECTION OF THE ROOM
AND ITS EQUIPMENT
Safety, Security, Service.
BLAINE BOY WEDS IN SEATTLE
Hnnr, Hmlib. Uvumbly !
k'wwn y.,.JhK ,,,, Jllft(I(() Hrfvw, i
lr .... Muml.y aftorrnon it. ronmanv :
hiU, hui.tl.K formerly Mini Ablgal I.Jr J
WUUImI ..f hi.i. u.... n.r Crowd
-... i . i noy l
""" l achllly oti May Old.
They ms,P ,iHHr lairtm at Itlntnn
h-fo Mr. Hinil J, wti ..Mi mihI ralcd.
J Church Dedicated
i. n . n.iL l u u
Red uicdn Ddin di nome. ne
Guarantee it to be Sea Salt
Sea Salt, Tiy.ltYUkWill-Lik .U.2So-
LLAMOOK R I I P, STORir
KOC H .V. H I L.L., PROPS. 1
E. K. K- H I'M. "., OlOnsaULQAI'OTMilKH
Hifj&frX 'I'll iUfvM. fHtff
HON WILL ELECT OFFICERS
Nltlr. i hrrvly Kiven that Saturday
Auditorium, will (m Ihr dalr- and place
Uf lit Mi.Ttihtr f the 1'arent. Teacher
AncwWlfcwi, fur Die ttnr of Bclirt
ia rtltaor. to tortc for llir coming
Tb IMlUrr of praptring n aaitd play
tfraitxj mid lh wrilng of B gymnas
turn and play hall will U. u. i,k, tip
I lhl ttwwtiiiK. Efy on,, intereiitod
in lh kriopnifi and rwaltii of their
rhlkUer. should atU-nd tilt tow ting.
TW foltoHlne ptanun wm r-ndrrl
at Um Parvnt-Ttfaeher meeting MmMiay
rrmintt. Ma llth:
PUna lh Mia Kv WhreVr ml
Min Man.. Hoi 1. .
IU4it Jtwt MeKeruic atxl Ken
Houf "Old Molhr (Jopb- Hy Mr.
. lepr ronaWcrwl-THc aJvut,ili(T ()f
i ! riunlx avt)(ttiR Hip County
lllh .v-ht.. Km.l.
Kur nx.m houw to rvnt. Itiquirv at
HrraW .tfl.-r r ..f Julin Shci-t.
i- VARIETY STORE
in Attendinrp. Crrrmon.
ie.' Iraortnive, Arckblihop Christie
OnKuty murtiltiK lUo now Catholic
Churfhof ttila city which Iihk heen
crecjjjkJ lit ii cost of rn-wHy J10.IXK), wn
A Jnrjc titiniliar of Cntholic nod non
Calhtilira w.tu preacnt fllliliK thu
churih tii ita lit mum I cnpaclty.
Thy ciTcinony of lilctin th ex
torlo of th church lusted nbout ton
mlmU- .i'l.?r which tho Interior of the
chiireli wiu l)u4oil noil then llihmim
wna iM hy I'r. Oarvy. of Livurpool,
.Mint MikIi Mn Archllhoi Chris
tlo dnrrml n vnry eloquent mrtmitt,
holdfiiK tho ero.vl In wrjpt iittcntlon
for half hour.
AfUsr tho nernoii hy the Aichbinhop,
Huv.jFr. Jiime Itmiw of llu.iverton.
lelltv rwl n ahort illncoumc in the Our
man jain;u in;e.
Attlie clone of the nervlcea Arch
uimijp ChrUtle extended apeeinl
thunkt and commendation to Fr. Vim
ClarynhocV fur the aplenilid work which
he hd done In plmi'iin an 1 overseeintj
Meeting Well Atended
Large Crowd Turni Out To Hear
Rer. Sara Bettit. Rom Traffic
On Sunday evening a large number
of our citizen1! gathered at the Cnridt-
"DROP IN AND :
LOOK AROUND" ;
BAND BOYS ENJOY SOCIAL EVENT
A (denxant aurprtae wa given tho
IlHtid lloya on Mondny evening when
Mr. Wrn. 'J, l.nraon and hia bride,
formerly Mia Hazel I'ctty, with the
HMtatnneu of the Mlaae Hrown nnd
l.arion nerved n lountiful refresh
merit to the boys, consisting of ice
cream and cake. Aftrr tiie evening'
rehcaranl nnd till present hd been
served Dr. 'I'hos. Mnnk urti..! in inmtrr
ut ceremonies and with u few nppropri-' 'ar) Church in a temperauce rally, and
ate remarks presenter! the newly-weds 1 listened to a masterly address by Key.
with a handsome glass witter set from ! Sam Hetti. Mr. Ucttis who ia known
the members of the Tillamook Uoosters ! a the Cowboy I'reacher, delivered one
Hand at ii token of their high esteem. I of his characteristic sermons, full of
Mr. Larson as a member of thu band j logic, wit and good humor. He held
has made good with the boys who have j his audience in wrapt attention from
n high personal regard for his bearing j the beginning to the end of his
as n gentleman and ability us a mu- discourse, during which time he dealt
the whiskey business some pretty hard
At the close of the meeting Rev.
Weber of the M. K. Church stepped
forward and suggested that a union of
the churches secure the service of Mr,
liettis for a series of revival meetings,
and the proposition gained favor at
once with the result that committees
were appointed to start the work, and
everything is now under way for a big
The skating rink has been secured
ar.d the services will be held therein.
T. K. Isaacs, a singer of Forest Grove
with piano accompanist have also been
engaged and on Monday .May IB, the
services will begin and last for at least
sician, he having server! for several
years in the U. S. Artillery branch of
the service at musician. It is hoped by
the boys that Mr. Larson's matrimonial
venture will be one of long life and
happiness with the charming bride,
and that the future will see him as
cone picions a member of the Tillamook
Itand as be ha been in the past. Here
is good luck and long life and happi
ness. From one of the Hoys who was
a large part of this section is from
1,200 to J.fiOO feet and there Is danger
Dishes to be Given Away Free
P 111 nnl Saa ft 1 j-i II. UA A n l.irirr Atioif CT I nil
um iiiii mm laiiid 9 v jb.mj vj -
Us On the Telephone.
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
S S. JohtiMtn who denoted the
cro-t; John Herns who donated
"finis mlwmml UOc per hltl. in I'ortliiml.
--.wMi nun i.- mjiiiii; in i oriinuu in .i. v
Cnu mII High Patent Hard
a 1)1)1. .it lollowiujJ prig's:
Highland Brand, Hard Wheat, $5.00 bbl. $1.30 sk.
Pure White Brand, Hard Wheat,I$5.40 bbl. $1.40 sk.
BUY FLOUR NOW AND SAVE MONEY
Dll n r a
Mgr. Grocery Dept.
Ray & Company
V irilllinr I i.l ait
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l (Ion J " everything
it ii,,. 1 inili'U lu
last Sunday, Dr H.irzcc,
iissNtril Dr. cndl
'flu. fimrr.il CIVICfs M'lll
ii 'i'liiirsday. .
l I.- ...rr.... l,. f.llllllV Imm'
yinpiiHiy of the entire roniiuiinit)
WIDOW LOSES HOME
On Sundiiy rvrtiiiitf .Ji " ''V.md
lio.i.r of Mrs. M. Salwcy. ;, 1
i. ..if . . . 1 1 u .uiili nf Inwlli
niir-ii.iii nun i.l. ,..n,Mils
l.uincd to the ground uWi, . . ?
I. .1 u ititn
Mrs Salwcy h
dicd In .!
th.- rnnslructiou of t'.c n -w church.
Hi' aWn i'ti'iiiltn thanks to all ('.ilholic
him) non-Cathulic friends who had in
any way assislwl in the construction
of the new odillco.
SH'cial thain.s was extendd to Mar
ti i .ind Thciidorc Horns who donaterl
ti r baptismal fount; Jos. and Mrs
I'urrer who donated tiie high altar;
! chandeliers and Will Spalding, Dave
j KiUpatrick, Henry Springer and the
Lames Altar Society, each of whom
I donated ine chandelier. These dona-
! - ..II I,.,...,lif,.l
tll'll ...R III 1V.J KlHHUIHlt 'V-
mlly the altar cross donated by Mr.
JohtLHon. It was made in Fulda, Ger
mony, and is considered by those who
are in a position to judge to be a mas
lerpce. At the evening service Fr. Galliger
president of the Columbia University
of Portland, delivered a discourse on
ttlorutiomil matters which was rery
OUR PORTLAMD LETTER
IVrtland, Ore., May 12, (Mpecial)
Ki'IMfta -from nearly every toction of
Oregon indicate that the grain crop fori
l'Jl l will be the largest ir. thu history j
of lite Jitate. Not only tins Uie grain
ariv:ge heeit greatly increased, but
weather oendltionM have been rirusually
favorable and in nearly all districts
the. yield ficr acre will be larRor than
Fruit reporia from some sections aro
not ijuite as wwouraging as grain es-j
tiinates, but in most cases tho loss
from frost ha not exceeded the annual
thimuiirr of iut- A large acreage of
new orchards will produce the firat
commercial crop this year am! it ia es
iimated tho total fruit yield will bo far
beyond that of last year.
J. W. Hruwer, special agent for tho
State Immigration Commission Ins
just returned from a careful nurvoy of
the lands included in thu area recently
eliminated from tho forest reserves in
Central Oregon and his report to State
Immigration Agent C. C. Chapman
carries with it a note of warning to in-
of frost killing at all ti'nes i the year.
Distance from the railroad varies from
7fi to 100 miles, u aking it extremely
ditlicult to get produce to market.
l'ros)ects for grazing are fairly en
couraging and Mr. Hrewer advises new
settlers to turn their nttention mainly
to stock raising-
Don't forget the Portland Kose Fes
tival dates -June 9 to VI inclusive. The
only change of itnortaiice in the pro
gram lias been the complete elimina
tion of Hex Orgonus and the substitu
tion of a "Queen of Kosaria" who will
be the sole reigning monarch during
Festival week. The election of Her t checks. Tillamook County Hank
Majesty and her maids of Honor is
now on and the polls will be open until
the night of Saturday, May 10. The
queen and her court will bo given a
grand tour of all the principal coast
cities prior to the opening of the Rose
The combined commercial bodies of
Coos County have decided to erect a
building at the J'anama-Pecifie Expo
sition. -The lumber mills of 'he county
have agreed to furnish all th needed
wooden material, the railroads will
transport it to California free of
charge, and the County Court and the
citizens are expected to provide the
necessary funds about 515,000 to pay
for the collecting and installing the
The Salem Cherrv Fair will be held
June 25-27 inclusive. It has been decid
ed to hold the show on the Co.irt
House grounds, and that in addition to
cherries, there will be exhibits of small
Open an account with the OLD RE
LlAHLE with your next pay .check
Fay all bills by check. You'll know
just where the money went at the end
of the month by iooking over the
We weld Cast Iron, Steel, Bronze,
Brass, Aluminum, Nickle Steel and
Copper. We also weld broken gears,
pulleys, crank shafts, boilers and
build seamless tanks, also do cutting
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MILL AND MARINE WORK.
HINER & REED At Hlner-s Machine Shop
No Job. too Big and None too Small
i I,. o e a nv house
yjf ni? will IHC.-.I clot Kando,h-
c I KS however, and a request has
,cr .mule that all those r who . may
have clothing w 'V.'vt- V he -am" at ' tending aettlera on such lands. Already,
!f Kii"5r ild 'office, from which point j there is a great number of homeseek-l
ho- will he forwarded to the needy 1 orfl tml ui,minated district ami it is
family. (expected there will be more applicants
than there aro claims. Of tho 23t,CiS0
i.i., fnr .ilo' acres actually open ror entry, tu loasv
Sinner .owiroj '"""-" ,, I iw'MKIO acres are non-tillable, leaving
hi our ihmiiu ,....- .... - --. , ,lr,p m,,!,
llulll UUl IH.uuu ncii-a " v
1 will support settlera. The elevation of
WHAT'S THE USE
Of running foolish risks with your money? Why be like that
IamuIoii man who lost $100 while
FEEDING THE ELEPHANT?
The money was in an envelope in tho side pocket of his coat.
Thoughtless of results he put biscuit in his pockets for the
elephant to delicately extract with his trunk. When the huge
beast reached this side pocket he neatly and expeditiously ap
propriated both biscuit and money, seemingly relishing'his
It is a safo wager that tho man'is now a convert to the check
ing system. Had he banked his money and let the elephant
eat his check book ho could have laughed at the incident, for
tho bank would have immediately given him another book. Get
.... ...iui' terms.
muHic store at TilUniook, Ore.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
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