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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1914)
issued twice a week-tuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of any Paper in Tillamook Oountv
Tiu.amook, Ouhoon, Jn.v lDlk
ouihkmi in uiu oiron(;si way
Growing Stronger livery Dny
"StRVCS YOU RIG1II"
UJir Spreclxn JkiilscI)
irst National Bank
SCIIREIDEK.SCIIIFPMAN WEDDING Industrial Review
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C. H'I.KS Vt-e-Piwfettt
W. J. RIKi HKK. rbtr
n 1)1 WW. RIISIIRYE ASSOCUIION
01 !: United Stutos
THE IDEAL LAX! TABLETS
TILLAMOOK DRUG STORb
n. t-:. KOCH PROP.
!. k x;ii. ph. u., dhowcm. amothfxk
A vry prntty how wedding wag
oleitmltod on tm ovonlng of Wnimm
day, July Hth. at R o'clock nt the homo
of Mr. nml Mrs. K. Sehilfinan, lUy
City. Ows'in, elib-at daughter, 1 1 axel
Ardella, wm Tint tMl Itt uiirrlage to
Mr. Prad Wltlmm f?fhrpbr of Me
Mbi-.vllU. Oregon, tiy lUv. I). A. Mac
Kantin nf Tdlamoik. Floih young
popti were popular O. A. C. student,
the g-ootn bolng membor of last years
Preding the rarryny Martin A.
(UhrtritMr. brother of the groom anng
I'M Uv You Truly." Mendelsohn's
! wadding mrh wju played by MIm
Maud Moon of Uiit eity wbw atoo play
' J softly during tho eeremonv.
Th room were sttraeUvety ileeor
I hUkI with marguerite nml (am. 'Did
' bride wm charming in k govn of ivory
!ervt fo Mio nm) errll w-lrftt rose,
i liar veil was arranged In Jattet cup
! and wreathed with tiny whit daisies.
Mlt0 was altundwl by her silr Miss
, IJstber Shitfman Who wore h drs of
rus colored silk draped wtui w
1mm nnd carried Dorothy Pcrkina roMM.
Tho grxwn wn acrautpunied by hit
brother MarCin A. Sehreiber. I .It tie
Mim Delias BchiffrJMn wet ring bmrer.
, After Um enrotminv a daiiciuos four
coura ti(wr wm served by the Miaae
lite ttirb and Jcie Warrnn. Ha
M Um tntmbars of tru immodiai
fumllic Mr. and 4n. U. A. Slinm
Mr. ami Mr. J. 11 MtW. th fttlaao
JmI Wamn, I run Hoaorth. hiith
Watt. Mai Muuii ami Mr. A. Bbe
hiaor of thu rity. Mta Kutfna Schrai
Wr t.f MoMlnnvllle. Inol Paul nf TilU-
mooh. Miaa ttm ilurtilnif and Mr
U. f. Howard of Corvall w prra
, The coult will be at hume to their
frlPiw' aftr July li at their routttry
i humc near MrMtntu illa.
Poor Children to
if !.... r- I .
Ui the jtStte ! At Ui home of thi- lrii i(irnt, ;
i .Mr. and Mr. W. M. Uwvn, varly ;
r , 4 ..... . , . yctrdHy roorninr;. crur.l the mar- Artijanx Vill BrinR St7coly Here on a
Enterprise Ihat Givr Fmploymtnt ard riagcof tlwrir daughter , Kuth, to Ood-I
. i i .i- t .t. i u.'i.i. two Ten Days Vicatioa. Litrzens
Matters Affecting Dtvclopmcnl froy(- Minakar. of Whaeler. The '
... rereiiHinv took tdnca in trw preaence of ' Are Ashed to lien.
C'.y,. Onmi i.iii.(r a rrlr of
latafc"'. ! -tUr rliiim, to coft
it,0W l ini '!, jc. rounty and
dl y ikcU :inrif i, ue third of the rol
WwV Jt (rftn iin I'll n Simpin
Uotli North rtrnd t. rot $7fJ&-
N?B''rt ha -fiiiirati for a new
)iii(hfihKt t - $16,000
'i be it
ewiuSty and htnirlf mill.
'tfff Prtl.ir.d, l.tiirrnc and Eiitrrn
h lilllahtd K illjuliiiK it loop track
ror at in t'tf i
iflp rial"- ihe worfcinsmi-n'
iflWU'i'i ' -(. thr Hoard rr lak- !
tnit Jt.aU snie rnirririi ana Hull-
tutwni noibl- i hr win Ik i
eirifU''' and inrf ildf afaintl ae
cidttftl n i' vk'rk.
Ujp break n hr p!"Jt of the
Atneciaan Can Co at Portland aevcr
all uflrrd l-...rwK were laid off at
r and ii tbr lrry (irld
thu family hwI :i few invitad friunda.
Kiv. F. S. rord ornclatlne;. The Dnci On aturda. uwt I3th. 1911. a
wn hocominKly irownwt nnd departed Bf9CU train frrm I'ortUnd will hrin
wiui Iwr hntlmnd on th oarly aURe , t,, Tillamo-.k aiwut 150 n-r-k ra of the
; for Tiltarriook. ri!aan lds, iadk a- i
Mr. Mlnaker holds an Important p' , for a two dava ontinir a-rl
itltion with the Whevler Lumber Co-1 0nd attached t 'Heir tr i-
nnd ia hoal in hih eateeui by hia '-im-1 spJi, Cir. t ti-.r ex,- ,-e for rail
ployera. Tho brido taught school t nd f.r h , r, .)floul 70 p,,.
milt, lumber Whel laal year, and the Rood wishes children fro-n Crtland. of hon -irable
parentage, ffr h 10 day .ut"ii m Ttl-tamoo'-.
'';r '-itlssena will xicvtwl
to fornii. j)la.ea for thu rhiiir-n to
aNjep, B'i.1 fomethinj t' eat wr.il-- here.
Tho Artisans of CJUr:. pa tu ir nvn
cxponae. M'rtro . be vnth them
to look after t'.e n.
This lein co. -Iv a ch'ritH'il1 mat
ttr, it is rciii''t I hat eac-: "f the
of the doouIc of Cloverdale iro with '
tht'in to their future home at Wheeler.
. CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY
GENERAL'S OFEICE HERE
Attorney John A. Jeffrey of Port
land. Democratic candidate for the of
fice of Attorney General waa in the
14 SslveMo,. vow. on a J WO hmi t0
MSW- f"-r bf I'er rlool fadtltie t ,!Zr.. ,..
E raciju iie. Trlcwhone Co. ",r- h"
ll.-, -I it . 1 ..
city tat week, while here h vlnst.-l . ' ,urr ' "u,rr.
m many inU aa lie could reach abo. j "f r,""rn n'" " W
! iKa l...h f Unu. Point fro-n the. r rnembcrsh.p a r0m.
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BARN BURNER SENTENCED
' Salvealer Davis
fred tu burning a barn, and proper
ty beloiieinK t" hi divorced wi.'s tail
January, lal iruilly to the o.nrjre
l fre Judue Huline on M outlay and
ii gt.n an inlvroiediate MnUsnee
uf from five to fifteen years. Ho will
be taken to Salem at one.
M if.luntl In J.o.ooo of Mrrrt Con-
I i , ; I - . t m V
j I imtit i 11 lUllit Will illMIICC ihc
l, i,fid' mrr rHid to I'rook t o.
of time he
1 mittce or 3 or o to repre-nt
I . . . i . .: i r i.-
haa lived in Oregon near- i ln1 1 wumw
.b,,,,, $o,ooo on new ' ly his lilo. and Haa pract.ceo aw , f
und form ! CO" mittoe 'jf ar-
term as District
' . " . IKrat Itlalrlt tlo im OTim
r uofk mi nir i,ranis iata ; -
Mrni ( iiv rilrwd onto an a half doxen Ulal lawyer ;n roruanu ,
ir liai, on ihr theory that it , and i well eauipped for the po.ition.
ntcipai project. 1 to which iie aatdrea.
Mi.rt.i iR'l on tire roiunibia ; for aome 20 year. He haa served a
V ' It or1 Kll r ' In ik. UiaUlnri. anrl haa vrvM
Attornrv Cencr:, and Labor (m ,,i.irict Attorney in the ranm-nt. to elect omcea. appoint
.- , f M f
of the beat of ' uo-eo:rmm. nil rar u- witvvsk hi
ruiin monev, loiiationi ot tjotl anu
beildinif. etc., fir the poor children, so
that they mny enjoy a few days of
Bef.l h ndoMrd Ritulithic Aitnrnvw Jolfcrv helirvi-g thnt lr. God's sunshine, pure air aid happiness.
ni toxccM $t per yard. I tide lands of th a'atp. the aehoul furd. The specUl train will reach Tilla-
W l-hcmien s union will p. , ,,,, te-lamntion projects of the mo, Saturday. 4 p. m. aod will be
r Mis catiorry ai I'lorrnix. i.,i.. houk' receive more tonsiueraiion . ... . . , ,
m hia-hwav in Multnomah ! HrMi ,lfcS interest of the state slose,"1" "u"u""rtuJ' . " .
A.t S.tn a mil.- f..r in.kiri .1..-.. U.-l. I.-.V. ! nft, r morr , ceuiion cominivufir wn.i mi un
the third tatc t" knock out thoroutfi-l . If -i i-'.xl te will Blt- en-
Skv law that is also attack- loaevor to aafetuitrt toe provisions of
e federal courts of Oregon. 1 tt t ifative ami retVrondum laws.
V. t . will expend $16,000 wni i of late lx-cn Siibiect to
IiW '5 ,u'l hiirhway on the ! ainw evasion by the court.
for the irann'actare of - lecirolytic ! REAL AMOUNT OF BUSlrtESi.
iras at tVnirt and 17th streets. 1 .
presa arc that "safe and m.t" will be As thine arc. it .lifficult to v.Mtre , Artisans and children will Ko to Bar
lh- test applied to all new laws at- . the real amount 01 mmm- 1 1
eeiin! industries and labor. I bcini? done. Those let in'rri. 1 ru -
i'.TAltt l-ike :rcts J 100.000 for high- j licve that, so f.ir a the textilo .-.re
-w imormiiir. nis. conccrnvrt. tnr vow ot .u
posaible A picnic nupper at 6 p. m.
will be served in the Stillwell l'ark
j grove, where aodrtiaei; 01 welcome, re
sponse, etc. will be ban and after sup-pu-:iie.ctty'.strecU.'iH.bc,ronedi.olT,
band will plav, all can dame, the
children piny and n general Carnival
spirit enjoyed. Sunday the visiting
Cons Bay kcis a new life saving j compare very favorably with pn vio-is
Ion to coat ?.m,ooo seasons. In silks tlu is known to 1
station to coat S
Contract for state highway
work the case absolutely. In
in Columbia county were let the past woolens there is one mci
Special Grocery Prices
Quaker Oats Crescent Baking Powders
,, , .uK.u(i . . 25c ." I'mmi.I Cut. ivxular prioc
, ., . j5c $1 (it) now ojc
'' ' -m ! ;5 ,mnl( Cn, KcKiilfir price
Dried rruitr. -ne, now 55c
,,M lYunos 1 0c per lb. ! 1 I'.unul Can, regular price
..i..x Uriel I'enolu-H 10c per lb. -Tic, now
th.it is b-
week amountinc to $44.77. work to . ypnd dispute, and that is mat t i
e done bv October 1st, .mills have continued to take l.rv.r
Wo.-V tunriinn I'mailtK ! ..nantiiie of 'the raw niateri ' t' ..n
.o intv. cets a cheese factory. j ever uetorc. I ne purcnast s
Kesebure shinred the first car load 'down South for consumpu
COFFEE AND TEA SPECIAL
ni' tiMctiK from Oreiron.
V .1. Williams is running a logan
berry cannery near Hilhboro.
N'ine measures of the thirty-one to
' be voted on are aimed at radical
1 Inures in taxation laws.
due big lumber company In Raker
rounty will incrvase Its payroll to
r,,ouo p-.-r month in August ana
-liter sJwinills wiil follow suit.
Tl.e Simpson mines in the Buckeye
'iitriei of Raker county have an ex
'ibit of ore pnduccd on the N'orth
Linn and Benton counties will es
tablish a free ferry at Harrbburg.
Ordering and forfeiting railroad
linds on the assessment rolls by the
State Tax Commii'sionvr will compel
the counties to dig up $400,305 taxes
for the railroad lands whether the
in Ll,s., l,.r $2.00; KuhvPCmm-ohi Co.kc .1.
Anu-ricnu Colli-c. Stcol Cut, 1 pound 30c
Aim 1 it-nti i 'Ur, Stwl Cut, 'A pounds 5c
1 tur 2
RIDGEWA'YS HIGH GRADE TEAS
Hit Mnjf.sty's Hlcnd
I lor NJijcsly'i Hlcnd,
i . H ,
Lnhcl 1 pound Ufa
lo poll MC
1 1 . Mo.mil 'JHo: 11 01 Mniostv
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CnpluU liousiuwi 1, a iwuiivi ..v.
n ! . e
shown this for sorrre time, ami s.
have those of wopl here ant .ir o!
It is also pretty well understood that
the stock of manufactured goods on
hand arc not over large.
Passing beyond the indie of tlu
monnrnt and looking to the future,
the belief has become all but t.river
sal that the corner of indecision ami
uncertainty has been turned and that
the last half of thv. present year is
View for a clnm bake, sea bathing and
other amusements. Everybody i in
vited to go along, take their lunches,
and enjoy the day. The hotel there
will serve u 50c dinner for all who de
sire. ElTort wilt b made to get the
skating rink for the children to sleep
in, Rtid the Christian church has very
kindly donated the use of their ui.se
ment where muats can bo serve 1 them
by the ladies of the eour.iy. Amuse
ments will bo arranged for then Do
nations of food, cheese, bwdding, etc..
vill bo asked far. The plans are in
charge of Mrs. Jennie E. Smith repre
senting the Artisans Grand Lodge and
charities of Portland. This is a rare
opportunity to do charity and help lit
tle children. Our Savior has said:
"Whosoever shall give to drink unto
bound to show a remarkable revival 0lu of tixQie m.t tts ones, a cup of cold
one of the principal factors on which shall in no wise lose his reward, and
thv beliei is based. No one is dipo- again Christ snys. "Vcriiv I say unto
ed to minimuc the potency of a pile- vou inasmuch as vj jirt t not unto one
nomcn.illv larce wneai crop now
re.i.U for the garnering, nor of other
products oi field and farm. But, be
yond thesv. there arc the evidences
01 a large buying power shown in the
hank deposit all ocr the country.
The verv restrictions imposed on lliai
due to uil
of the least of thase,
ye did it not to
RALI H:C, BACON.
. a.r.. aMT
. . aaa'SiaS'M'. aw .WW. riiUJll.
tt-W'tt n rarrwrEiii. v
pound $1 .00;
Ray & Company
.., .TO..if-r-irvTu,jf:a.,tTnrir-'ir.!ii 1 .
inoTJrsaciws' K?ju.'ii v .
-onnliea can collect it or UOt.
The Willamette Parific will vxtend
...vii m lfiehanlsnn.
The chiilem bark industry opens ; power tor manv lnontn,
..iik a n. .oil ilemaud at aVj cents. ! certainties of divers kinds,
State Pood Commissioner Mickle.it to be m.miiestid with greater cm-1
prohibit U of baking powders ; phai when it is in rvtdenct , as it
I'ontaiiiiug .11 and Pure Food law uuit soon te. The buvtnc will be
ti. in the eo. i- ber'an- of real needs, and the shelves
Among the . laws to be voted on oi ri i.tibvs, which has.' Ik en com-j
in Vnvemhtr. it lost lor want JM ...ir i c U I'll. ..H n.ne icy oc re
signers, and would .'bolisli eorpor -lion
coinniissioner, death and Sen.iu.
Gresliaiu has org.iniA.I a iinnei
with aoo gtockhoUKrs.
Drain will install a $f,oo cit liKht
The initiated sur-tax proposal to
collect V) cents on the $100 propertv
owned over S.'S.ouo, and then grad
u..ied upwards on larger sum.
plinishel I-. k not thai tl.V time
is at l.a:xl hie !ccn atlorueu in die
trade s..le in this iml oilier centers
duriun the last 101 ti.ight. Financial
Kvviiw in New York l imes.
A. M. AUSTIN
CIVIL ENGINEER AND
WATER AND POWER RIGHTS
Vktoiia is tvnibh torn up. with pill
i- improvements but not kicking.
II a r- flM'll I. I 1 1
liollu. w. WnlHon.
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""mil i-iiy, tiri'Ki'.i
r: Your iiiiino turn I'i'on rt'-
mi i,u ,.,1 ..... in ti 11 11 in i 1 11
" i 11 ;MM llllllt.l
I havo 220 iii-reii of slightly nil-
I Hl .1. .... irl'llt'itl. till
s IHIIII. I1IS IIJI'IS SIS
neh mill, uriimi growa iiluimtmil
" louial, tiiiii.iui! wutor iiml
H 1 u thu pliico, 0 K.r cent uf
teiiu on the Imhiiu'o,
1 '..ui.! vim not iiib'ival HOino
Tilliimuok diiiryinun of I he hwitm
. inndenu bo tilled, 2T.ihtm now l.n-
.,. in oatH, vetch, npml. H'!'-
'. t nr.-luird - nl eroprt your
. . 1 A uood hm.Ho and nationality? TW would innku anyone
M ... ...1..1 Loented ti.'. miles I .. ,.,,.., fnll. I'li'iiso let inu licar
""ine mii-i.i.1 b- ' .. . , T a in.
from P.11 1 liind, Oregon, mreu-.p....-.-. fruu you u, Jtmr mirnosi eor.vuiuei.ee. iJirji-' US UNJJ
Youifl very truly,
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of 11 inllu from n rnilromi hu.uo,
Culuiuhln Klvur Mignw.iy
Would lllto tu trmln lur u
coiiul to thu
htnull hitihw tract neiir
viiliiu "f W""0-
a ,11 ir.nle uur2-'0rreaiit Wnwr
ucre. fJWtt i" f "r ,of0 lU,w"' ,0,,K
Note-lfy'1" mvo nnj'tliint!::to oUn
for thcbue. plesse sulimit tlio HHine
in Wlj. ,, io R0II10 W. WntKi.n, at
Tmld llutul lieloro tho lfith, of July.
Tim Herald conies twice 11 week.
H -Tt OAS.
Wotld-travelers who carried
"A. B. A." Travelers' Cheques last season are
enthusiastic in praise of them. "Good as gold every
where", is their testimony. Try them yoursell on your
next trip. They are safer than money; handier than
Tttlaoioolt Cotmty Bant
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