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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1914)
ISSURn Twirn a
I ARQFQTn.n -iuii5UAY AND FRIDAY
gfT.QlROUt-A--ON OF ANV PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tn.i amook, Qhhoqn, Jr.st; 2 1014. m ;j8
I fit rllwl imUUflALjUAPW
IS NOW LOCATED WITSJNEW BANXINGKOOMJ
i..o. oF. building;
AKDIINVITrS THE PUBLIC TO CALL ANO .MAKE J
ANJINSPECTION OF THE ROOM,
AND ITS EQUIPMENT
Safety, Security, Service.
STATE OFFICIALS INVESTIGATE
IJLUE BACK SALMON
IU I., tuition and (U-o. Kelly of the
tm f'lii'fli!i.;.iifiaftii,'iil accompanied
by Ittn.cl llnwkliK mill Gnmt; Warden
i-r:h lnvpllM( conditions hero
ll Wrnk f, e,M..itvur to See
vliPthr there are any Illuo Hack rntl
Miob In Tillamook y.
'limy Icanird rmmiiU to satisfy them
that the Blue Ilnrlt. nro Intro Imt could
mil nmkn n catch because thev did not
h u... right Mud of u net. Ono
hwfml fathoms of Kill net will be
cut licni for further invtwtluntloru
'Hip Itivrttlgtilhnit nr being made for
th" HjrK. of ftruJIntr out whether Ilia
fUh cuiiw hero to spawn or not. Jf the
ivttlft)im drove favorable 10,000,
tf Itluti Hack unliiiori eggs will be
hlped tirro fri.m Alaska.
Tim Blue Duck is n fine flsh arid com-pari-
favorably with our Chinook.
FINANCIAL CONDITION 0F0REC0N
Arkulluriili from Our Slate College
WJJI Be Prettnt. Dairvinc and
Loganberry Rauiof Will Be
Kvry farmer In ihe"courity should
pbtito attend tho big farmer meet
ingsjjwhieb arc scheduled as follow:
Thursday, June 11. 1 P. M. Nehiilern
at Union Hull.
Frjday, June 12, at 1 P. M.. Tllla
mookat Court I louse.
Friday, Juno 12. nt 8 P. M. Tillamook
nt Commercial Club.
Saturday, Juno 13. nt 1 I'. M Clover-
Saturday, Juno 13. at 8 1. M. Heaver.
COUNCIL GRANTS ANOTHER
LIGHT AND POWERJFRANCHISE
At tho regular meeting of the coun
cil last night a lluht nnd nowcr fran
chise was granted to F. D. Small and Cl of Kine Graduated Friday Etb-
II. O. Uric, with the understanding
that they shall within 18 months ex
pend not lens than 131.000 on the pro
ject. Tlila proposition has been up be
fore the council for the pant six months
or more, but noydpg definite was done
until last night.
TILLAMOOK PEOPLE LEAVE
On Monday Mrs. Gorham Munson and
daughter Esther, left for Sweden where
, they will visit relative. They expect
ui imj auseni aooui ir.ree months or
possibly a little longer. Edgar Mun
son accompanied them as far us l'ort-
nisc. Prof. Ackerman of the
MoBBouth Training Sc'iool
irmirovemcnt of our Uniry henis will . and. Thv pxtwet t nrrlvn in Now
be Iran main topic of the day. Somo of j Yor on Saturday, where they will take
Keeps Cows Free From Flics and Will
lncft?A6c Their Milk 10 to 20 Per Gent.
'e Also Curry a Full Line of Sprnycrs
ntl Wc Guarantee Them, Also the
ii a k a i s f r t i i e r- r t i i
1 I A-K V LJL J I I l-Y I I V l I r I I i i r
E. V K KlU IMJ. C DKUTSQIIi. AlO'H IliKli
Ij T1U.AMOOK. C)irON
us are apt to think our stock no! no
Improvement but on closer xiiinina-i
tloniwe find that we have not yet
readied the maximum nor ev-n n high i
Sal rill. Or.. May to -fSlini.il . I UVCfiirn tird.lllrllon Arninllnir In IKil
Sute Imury'iicr C'ointiiuiuiter Fcr leUuL rvmrt tnr lmr. ..'
rm who ha charge of the nc- ? uafc wu ... .n. .i. ir i
roomiHg denartiocnl of siale. u.ll " ,
i.U Monday the first ouatlrrlv rt ractflries of the county.
jtti ul ihr year of ihr fttntui..l ton j 'Hus mil represents a product of
tutvn of the various couniu A a' oui, JM.00 cows and !as year con-i
V ?f . ' eM..n th. taluella. average of S.U7 r cent of
ii-.ttn .i.lcn. ..j emunn 1.1 H,r I Wutl. In round numbewUiis
t ianiirs ami ih. r ...n u latrd mi meanil a productionj'Jf -1000 Ibx. of milk,
mm omi" f nui m ir iiti iumj J ltoss tncome Irom
i the average cow m Tillnmook County.
a steamer of the Hamburg line to
It has occn thirty years since Mrs.
Munson left Sweden for this country.
Mrs. Alfred I.itmon and Lars Jonnson
of this vicinity also left on a trip to,
Sweden Monday morning. Mrs. Lar
son accompanied his wife as far as
BAND BOYS MEET AT NEHALEM
On Sunday the mei bora of the Til
lamook Jlooster Hai-d met nt Nehalern
lifty or more strong, band 'boys from
Cloverdale. Tillamook. Hay City.
Wheeler nnd Nehalcm being preitcnt.i;
lln tho morning a rchearsii'jwa held
cannot be 1 at the WooJman hall, ufter which about
I'ractic.il j ono hundred band bos and their farn-
s'alriiii-nu nuIr 1
. Ut In tmmv .lit.i.iU st llu-
Thr monev trer'ivrrf. ukirl. r l Un are realiiting much more
j i.icj of count) sn.l tjtc. Bc,,rni 1 than this and iher is no reason why!
I - -j . 1 .i .i . . 1 .1... . r .1.. . i. I
nmu, n uiiruik, iprrui i valt, ) oveiog ui me muiuy
eciiniy schools, nj' ti.il school !,. fitrolliK
trteis, lnjifh scho .lv M.rr, rcai.i. r ,..,iJLi. . ,1.. ... i.,.,... 1 H'es sat down to a line banquet,
w..i ' "''N jj? 1,10 main ,ncrnc f"r uicuton. I (rHtrr at tho banquet and also gav a
I i)ganicrry culture nnu markuting gooci iuik. Attorney cai. wornill of
.Ji t ;) will also have an imiwrtant place on , this ,cit' "Iso Knva a goo.1 talk. Other
theorem Our soils and climate KlS.''SS' lfc.l
Wtl. j J "'ec,",,y "Japletl to the or Cloverdale.
.... . " : growlriif of this plant and we are all ! After the banquet a concert was
;.'ni nuirjiiniiv. tui.
: imwn and micrlljini
I s ffllow
IHaktr . . .
n . . .
II. .1 Knrr
iku;mm 1 win ws
.jijfcisivitrfiiftlr.tcreated In the best methods Riven on the street of Nehalern which
r.j,.' 18.04 1
y).iof K4 i
I'ruf. V. S. llrown of the Kxtension
Divin.'ui nt th' State Agriculf. ml Col
lic will tell us huw to handle logait
The other spenkers will be M. J. E. 1
Iiiimnn of the U.S. Dairy Division. 1 J
l'n.f. W. A. Ilnrrof the Slate College j
nral It. C. Jones, County Agriculturist 1 i
on Jane 14th.
130.890 5.' j of I hi- cuunly. 1
I Menlings areeiitiruly free nnd every- ,
I one is invitiHl to come and bring his I
cecial Grocery Prices
J.rj,Sj2 00 ;
t" l .lt s tt-
ii r... 1
" Ba VIIVIIVrtHi.n..' vw i--
Crescent Baking Powders
round Ciin, ivtilar price
$1.01) now 85
'omul Cnn, Ke.uulnr price
7Uo, now 55c
Pound Can. regular price
COFFEES AND TEA SPECIAL
f.ennnn Ainerifan Concc, Steel Hit, 1 pound sue
((a-nnnn American CohVe.'SUcl Cut, rhwumls 85c
RIDGEWAYS HIGH GRADEJTEAS
(ranne Label pound .M.r.c; Onm Label 1 pound Hflc
IIIit i. i 1 1. r,.v llei M11 estv's Hleucl 'spounM DUc
. "lint ,n ,t lm iui sfwsi... t,
cr'M., :...-..... in 1 1 d 1 nil? Cmntnl I louseliom, 'y pounu
I. inn . . ,
M.uiott 3$7,o ii I f
r. lirncprv LJeor.
Ray & Company
IT n -
vuai nr. no.
4" i now considering
mimher of aloekholdurH
llairtciok for a i.i.riiiiiii.
' 'io n.Ko hits now titkeit
'f Will nromlHCH tn tiikn
UoriH'VB HottHfif Tllla.
"Wo nnd Ilitgloy of HIIU.
v..lJ0yil ,,y tho Bl(ick.
Mtorm,yH u u .1 .ii, ,.r
lll. IX . ' """"""
r.711 "umilwiiy of Fori
,Mi"K I'. J. Worrnl. nmn-
iigcrof tlm hotel
In tho divorce flull. A. 0. Krmnlmif
Agiit'H KrumUuf, iilnlntlff wiw
In the r-"- "f tl"11"";
. . nr"i, ii .am uiu rort
iiuiiinHii;iii!iii, . -
plaintiffs and attorneys A. C Kntmons
mill Hurt are represcntiiur Henll & Co.
nnil the Fort Dodgo Mnehinory Co.
M. J. Gornoni la roprosonting tho coun
ty. SCHOOL MEETING JUNE 15th.
cHllctnla.. motion wiw .....do by A fon -!
nntalloMrlko ouinrjH t.fl I ronml"'
" 1 .i...iir.,v,Tai.'..il leave 10
On Monday, Juno Ifith, thorn will bo
hulil the iiimuiil meeting of School Pis.
trint No. ). at which timo it clerk nn I
. ' M..i..i..iti'rtfn.iHkud leiivo nil n,..tr will ho elected uml other
wnereuiioni, ii"" .... i' ,, . ,
amend compl..li.t.B These eimW l, ..n.ttterH of importaneo .liscusaed suelt
tNkunun In it few tluys. 8.8. Jolmmin thu erection of u gymnaalum or
dG C Fulton are HttornevH for tht 1 other playground improvements.
.. . . r.oSp.-UJU
had a bonded in
debtedness of f.tdo.ooo and a foot
note tells that Clatsop County had
authorized an issue of $.100,000 and
Columbia of $joo,coo for building
roads The other counties have no
Jackson had the largest total in
liiiudness, $1,058,360. Klamath owed
$njS,S...5t ; Josephine, $00.1,073.80;
1 anc. $J58,3rM7; I'liMtilla. $j-.i.t-'-05;
Multiiomah, $167,073.25, and the
others smaller amounts.
l l.U-.op showed a deficit of $52,663.
Sn; Coos $ 1. 1 1.1.(17; Crook, $63,610.08
Curry, $3577 -9i Harney, $61,042.23;
l.nl.v.'ii, $.121,(05.46; Josephine, $2t,
.!.S,. Kla math, $17.725.67; I .arte,
$i2r.4,").95; Lincoln, $oohS.oo; Mal
heur, 30.2.hj; Morrow, $10,023.24;
The best showing was made by
Multnomah, which led above its
debts $021.7(10.17. Others 'that had
large surpluses were:
llakir.?. 1 12,4(14.11; (.oimtiliia, M75.
(iAM, Douglas, $137,102.03; Grant,
$SS,.pS8j; Hood Kivcr, $87,440.86;
I .inn, $.2(i,t3l.V3; Marion, $248,301.
82, I 'oik, $82,044.65; Tillamook, $193.
0(10. 1. 1. Umatilla, $200,687.37; Union,
$77,84(1.78; Wasco, $73.llJp; Wash
ington, $167,007.26; Yamhill, $83,152.-04.
"DROP IN AND
Commencement exercises thii year
were of usual interest. As a prelim
inary to the main event the Juniors
gave a banquet to the graduating class
on JThureday evening, which wai at
tended by about 56, including the Al
umni. The banquet was made up or 6
Howard Lamar, "resident of the
Junior class acting as toastrnastcr called
on different ones for hor alks.
I'rof. Ralph Moore gave the first ad
dress and was followed by Miss Stella
Goyne, President of the Seniors. Ver
ne Hain reprcenting the Student body
gave a talk and was followed by Prof.
Buchanan. Mips Debar, Elbert E. Ginn
The banquet was pronounced a suc
cess by everyone present.
On Friday evening the graduating
exercises took place at the Christian
church with tho f illowing class mem
bership graduating- Stella Goyne,
ice Todd, Alice Perry, Vcrle Stanley,
Gail .Buel, Harvey Ebinger, Ralph
Harris, Perry DcLillis and Verne Bain.
The musical program of the evening
consisted of music bv the High School
Orchestra, violip solo by Areta Ever
son and a vocal solo by Vcrle Stanley.
The salutatory was given by Alice Per
ry and the Valedictorv was given by
Verne llaid. The audress of the even
ing wfts given by Prof. Ackerman of
Monmouth. At the close of the pro
gram Verne Bain was presented with a
year's scholarship at the Pacific Uni
versity at Foreot Grove, for having the
highest standings of any pupil n his
class. . ...
- . . . -i. -
graduat d this year and shared honors
th the seniors Fndav night.
n Monday, June 1st, at the home of
the brides parents Mr. and Mrst. H. II.
Brooten neur Cloverdale, their daugh
ter Miss Dena was given in marriage
to Mr. Cli.Tord Hincr a well known
Z 1 Ford, past r of the N'estucca Presby
x , t rian church otiiciated.
f After the service and congratula
X ' tions, n substantial dinner was enjoyed
5 by the large company of relatives.
5 ' The young couple in company with
i ', friends autoed back to the city where
2 they will .in the future reside. The
$ Herald joins tneir many friends in ex-
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 Hiner s Machine Shop
No Jobs too Elg iad None too Small
WHAT'S THE USE
Eagle Feeding Young Fllmari.
Klamath Falls. Perhaps tha flrat
motion picture of a bald eagle nesting
nnd feeding hor young has Juat been
secured by a company engaged in
filming bird mid ntituml life in Klam
ath county. Tho film was taken from
n pine tree ICO foot from tho ground
looking down Into the neat In another
The Old Spanish Kitchen is a lino
phi-'o to got good foods, good service
an I good treatment.
Of running foolish risks with your money? Why .bejlike that
London man who lost $100 while
FEEDING THE ELEPHANT?
The money was in an envelope in the side pocket of his coat.
Thoughtless of results he put biscuit in his pockets for the
clephuiic to delicately extract with his trunk. When the huge
beast renched this side pocket he neatly and expeditiously ap
propriated both biscuit nnd money, seemingly relishing his
It is a safe wager that the man'is now a convert to the check
ing svstum. Had he bunked his money and let the elephant
eat his check book he could have laughed at the incident, for
the bunk would hnve immediately given him (toother hook, Oct
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank