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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1915)
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ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUI-SDAY AND FRIDAY
Largest Circulation of amy Paper in Tillamook County
'll.UMO(K, OhI'.GON. I'Y.IIKl Ain 2'A. 1015.
ss .in y of mil customiM' about'
I irst Nitioncil Service
I'i.-v aii nil plctcd with it find
Can tell you why.
first National llouK
Fp IN AND f
'muTca I J i,iuit fro, ,, of
""owiia (hu I'nlmiM,, ,.,,lru.
11 WHliiiiKt(.i . 7 ri)0l
jlUni mill umr out build
t Water orchard of UK) npplu
var uti.m . on ..I -
'""I fruits. Llllltl In Itllrli ylilln
V,ti0II llllil lmll.lt II 1 1
1 "II'IIMH" Willi l.l'pi
h, -- uuiiiiinga uic, may
41 my olllcu,
Coimiurcful Clil) llldg,
II E. tot. V ED
T OUR PMCE.S
TV VKliiUTtU YOU
TM'-Y ARE PAIR.
PRICED. O'JR. 6R.O-
. h J WERE
r Kfc'P RIGHT WHEN
V. r 6oT I h?- V COME
N M r 1 : o J HOW
t Prices In Gallon ouods mis Week
- ..i.l I'.u'k liulloti IV.U -liv v.iu
: -ii'l Pack (iiillon Hiunp'.tii WW-
! -vilui iuk f.nllou Hi.ulurrU'.s r(e enu
" Iitl Pari; Calloii .nanlHM iif 5 He can
'! i hd I'.icl. li.illon I'miMim-H ,'loe can
"!" I i in-v Hhukbi't i ic s 'u. it I'.in l.V.
RAY & CO.
tROCIiRIES, SMOKED MEATS, FRUITS, VEG
ETABLES, HAY, GRAIN, FEED.
Ill I WlooK, . nKI'i-.uN
' SCHOOL KNI KIM AINMI-NT
TO BUY PICTURES
' The tutltlif school nn ivii K mi m
i.TiniiuiKMti Friday vinli(g, Pnunmry
l. lit Uio " hoiiii', for Ui iurHt
of rnlHinu fuiHl t plrairiw.
1 Kvory crmli- will Imvo ii purl In tlm
iprorm. nl nonrly nvory nhiia In
itflio.il will nppnnr oiiunvl..)ro. llio
nuinlKTrt will l.o Itu-Ui'ly 'f Prll,l,u
AIIWHK t'"1 nlToiill.iK fmituru "f
tho proKri.in will w n "orU' f liiHtorl
ril Inhli'MH by tlto lKlitli urmlo ; m-u'ro
(llitli'i-t Kiul nmtiiiiin no'ih'1 ly Hi" ''oy.H
. i .i i x iilnlW
Of llll' IHIIl mill HIXHI Krimim, .
m ,,y In 0..H..H..O l.y tint fhllilron of
tl.u fourth rml... uo.l h mlimul by tho
I Tim whwol litis n vorv fw iltr.
lwM,ut luumnl. for o.u. room, wl.Mi
w.-ro purol.Mmul with tho recr P l Hi
. ll.o I'Hrui.t-'rimolimrt ABnoolutlnn H
1 I. i, u I.oiumI that thoro
, 0 p.,r.,i -. .
W I'O HUlliriUIH rri
proitrnm to Pl.u- t lt one ..!
plcturo In ouch room.
Tim proKrmn will l K'von In t
Hull School Au.lltorlum. vry prompt
ly nt oll.t o,0loi.k. Ailmlwlor. Ih 10
and 25 i-untM.
Ono Ton of Cm! ol" ''w :,,n,'
f Wood ..Hi your Wiful.lm t Imv-
B.w mul Split It. Umb-Schrailor Co.
Hullo Ccntrul GPme 28W.
It U tint l.rltrr. iIimI Ihc prhilii
ftiOM law rr..fr. frrl ih
llO iiiduliy. t)M prt cenl ( thr
j Qrtfmi tro billed lo othri
CoriIi Buiion Jittlnintt Mill
bf buili h4mlMi Mt office.
I'riurvWt Pinm Crmmrfy will
Ay u4 (rii iht Drcbutf
rtver bow $j,$o jwr tun of kl.
Rtmii4 ntt m Kartell ftciory
muI rKrt vcvfrtl noid itriket.
CttlliOf oat om idc rrduc -ie
lrtUn4 Tokr Am (artnirni
U io rail $liK,
Srlr immmmI bill for otw $o,om)
Hottmi Traininf Sckol i &l
Tt A, C, Smith mill on Cm H4
wilt ojr!tte in tlt c fimtxul
Thrr t( 44rvlotiinni bill mtir
pMA bf the Hm--Io lMe thr
thr mhU take, to grant righi of
mtt tlic land toil id tll ciiurnt
SMieir CUrk of Glfr.W
4o not Uuk Ihc o(oty in ilu
Svt i worth what it ti Hi
Withinfton County Grsngrrt o;
tKM aiivr niiing on fence and barn
Company famed to develop Mill
Creek Fall near Gold Hill.
tnietmate Commerce Commiitt
mle & I Co. can continue lo opet
ate facific Mail Steam Shift Co.
M U. Fry anil John V4t lw j.J
tied nw machine to MaraklirM
ItrtMMti handle plant.
I't r'r are generally atrakemng to
llir Uti iti4i late which rnpplr and
k"i nuiutifiiil activity Ait not "Iwnr
il r tktniivaii at cttir of ih
urtt woold Irad one lo belirc
,r jt uikI worliiiun emlmrnt
.' nf.i la Ur ihmwn lh"
.jii.U out ! work.
(..!,! Hill planning aireei imfroxr
Tntta tlto it to have tutt""
Re i moving for a new hig
U Antra hat bought the old Cran- !
.K.rc at Silvrrlon and will make in
rich Co.. Baker undertaker j
will erect building.
Women have been receiving
a month ie for teaching than men
A law juil enacted aima to ge thr
Silvcrton aawmill reiumea opcraiioii
BeavertonFitcher. block to
buHl will coat
Inroan-Pmilaon Uogfinf Camp re
miiok opiraliom. Employe 400 men
A promoter of ga plants Imt Cor
ti on the liftt.
I'cndleion planning for a urn
,.ercainB activity In Oreaon ahip
I rKil.-iture paaied bill for a five per
..nt prcfcrenial on Oregon mndr
r.iilHtt in public btilltiinga witlnmt o
Shell Choline Co. of Cnllfornia.
, ill hk.mI1 $,soo.ooo storatjo system at
'.,t.Hicf nl The Dalles to be con
.iriicinl of ltron sandnioiie.
I'tiion Meat Company mys win
iti..iir f.1ling off in Oregon, while
I S t'rnau shows gniti of sS.ooO.ooo
t.i 04,000,000 in one year in United
Cutting out plnte umtler nnd patent
inside- newnpnprrs me glviiiR more
The IVndlcton Hotel i to Imve n
lu.) utoiy eonerele annex.
Silvertoii Diat. Nro. . will open biiN
Feb. js on $I5,hm m'IiooI bouse.
V, A. Ilohle, Lebanon uriiitniery
t o. builds ?,t,iHo buiiK'ulow.
Dull.is Meicaulile Co. will add 0
Iret to store.
Ashland adds Jkki.wo auxiliary to
CoitKiess' appropriated $,i("i(',o(xi for
Umatilla and $J77,xi for Klamath
Hubbard F.ntcrprise fiKhtint? for
a new hit;li s'chool.
KuKeue has u broom factory and
wants broom makers.
Attorney at Uw .
COMMERCIAL BLDG., ROOM 12
NOTICE TO ROYAL ARCH MASONS
All companions arc invited Lo attend a special com
munication of Johnson Chapter No. 21 K A. M. to be held
atIasonic Hall in Tillamoolc, commencing March 1st at
7:00 I'. M. and continuing through the week, The Koynl
Arch licrcc will he conferred on several teams.
And the work will be under the direction and supervi
sion of Most Excellent Grand Hiuh Priest CLYDE EVANS
and corps of able assistants.
I TO ORGANIZE
HMfrrn1 th- ln.' li-rn of poultry In
trtia tounty have nukml thnt n County
Poultry Hreedrrn Cluti be formril, and
wltliltbal etxl In view a invoUnK of all
intcrt'ntl l en 1 19,1 tor next Saturday, ; ....
,. . f ,,. , , . ,. prnrioua to the concert and umlur the
l obruary 27tb, ttt 1 iiO p. m. at the ' ,,,, .
,,.,, Jin i direction of V. C Tromblcv made a
Cornmcreittl C lull rinn, Tillamoj, .. , ,
,,t, , , ,, .'line ihowlnR. itollle v.. v nUon as
rrbfoMir Drydnn, who dcvfloinil -. " , ,
, ,. , , . inanairiT of the bam! bait made much
the tturk) record layerx at the Oregon . , .l
. j .. , ,. ,, , . . . . I preparation for th concert htk! the
Acrlrultural ( ilttKe, la oxeetetl to Iw 1 ' ... . . ,
, , , . , . church wan upttroprialelv decorated
bertiftl tnat limn ami will take up not). .. '
i f.i i , tt i. i . for the occamon.
onlyllrm bremltnu' of fancy huiIUs but)
the tk-veU.pnenl of tho "oki: habit" j Tillamook houW be prowl of hor
In our farm Hocka. Tho aubject of co- j b''n,1 w- Wtun U makine
0wralive marketmK will alw, be j vry --Torl to finance the expense of
cued. Kervoi. iiilcrti i lnvitl t'nKwl Frisco trip which will be
lid lurgrd to lw prtwont and
KeWtnbrc the time, Saturday p. m..
th. (flace. (Vimmercial Cluti r.K.m. and
the lbj.t, chicken. j
Hoy C Jone ;
County AcriculturUt. j
OrrfFrldav afternoon at the hone of
.ir. aim .Mra. ixiiniiioo ui ihi. urume a;
i'erystirelty weddini; took place, when )
Hliinche. their ctdcat daughter was
irlvon In marriage to Krncsl Kirby.
the familv. 'the ceremony took place
In thr tastefully decorated parlor, con
ducted by Hev. F. S. Ford, pastor of
the 1'renbylcrian Churrh at Cloverdale.
After eonirra'ulalioni the frienda wore
conduetett to the dinintr rmin whore a
Milailanltal wedilini; dinner win aervi-d
uwiur the direction of Mm. Comptom
asslstiMl by Mrx. Allen. At the conclu.
jilon of which the friuiala tuturiKsl to
thoir ever.il ho men.
Mr. ami Mrs. Kirby are estimable
ywini; poopht nnd well known in the
imiKhborhood. Tho II urahl joins their
host of friends in wlshitu? them n pros
lirous journey on life's way.
THE SCHOOLS AND
THE COUNTY FAIR
To the IVI c Seho.d of Tillamook
The fair boiini deire a good show-
. ... t. . .1... intr. rul
ing 01 SCIIOOl I'XIIIims HI inu .'. inn,
August 21. 25. 2d and 27. lho county j
sehoo! superintendent is working on
tho school prize list, to bo published in J
our county fair premium list some i
time in March. Wo export, however.
to publish a s'ireulnr list for tho use
of thu schools, very Mon, possibly next
week. At this time w.uild state Unit j
school districts arc requested to make j
display of n booth on tho following
conditions: School work displayed H3J
per cent ; articles in industrial list X
per cent ; general decoration and dis- j
play per cent. Anv article in a I
booth imiv be entered in any individual j
exhibit for prizes. Ilootbs nro to be '
classed as follows: Clr.ss A, schools,
of ono room ; class H, schools of nv
rooms; class t, schools of more than
Owing to the fact that only one)
school In the county Is provided with
manuol training instruction, this
brunch will be barred in tho booth
competition: they may bo in booth
howuvor, and may bo ontered In in
Pleaso get busy and prepare for ex
hibits In tho threo classes.
Yours for bettor schools,
Tillamook County Fair Hoard,
lly J, II. Duustan.
GARIBALDI POSTMASTER HELD
Fred Aloxuudur, tho Postmaster of
Guribaldl, has been Indicted by tho
Fodornl Grand Jury sitting at Portlimd
on tho charge of appropriating funds
belonging to tht post otlleo depurtni'.mt.
Sheriff Cronslmw received word by
wire from Portland on Monday to placo
Alexander under arrest und ho is now
In jail here whore ho will bo hold until
tomorrow morning when he
will bo taken to Portlimd. It is said
ho la in dofuult 11300.
THE BAND CONCERT
Tb Unid ron-ert whirh uk iven
at the ChrUtlan Churrh on Monday
evenlnj; in honor of V.'aahinnton'
blrtbday wuji a auccu In over" way
from ii inimicnl atandprdnt Tho baml
i. ...i i ... ...i. ... ..- ,.n
" a,'vurtiitcmont fr the county
' nrxi he ahouio have !.: help ami enn-
I..,..,. i . - i. .
".ue naa oren one o. me
Mwotl IxxHlew Tillamuok County ha
uv,'r ,,n h" much Ulne nd
money in enoeavunnu 10 onn jina-
County to the fn.nt and has
nlwaya been in the front rankj aiding
uvory enterprise which ha bevn for
the benefit of the county. Help him
boost the liooitor hand.
"MY AUTO, 'TIS OF THEE."
My auto, 'tia of thee, s'urt cut
pove,rtyBof thecj .. chant. , I blew
pile of domcli, on vou two year ago,
j ami now you quite refuse to go, or
! won't tr can't. Through town and
1 countryside, you were my jiy ami
pride; a happy day. I loved thy iraudy
' hue, thy nice white tirea so new. out
i no you're iIj.vh and out for '.rue,
in wvery way, to thee, old rattle box,
came -tinny bumps ami knocks: for
theo I grieve. Badly the top is lorn, '
frayed are thy seats and worn: toe
whooping cough nlfects thy horn. I d
believe. Thy twrfume swell the '
brcze. while go.d folks choke nnd
wheeze, as we pais by. 1 paid for
u price 'twould buy a mansion I'-icc,
now everybody's yelling "ice"--I won-'
dor why? Thy motor has the grippe. '
i the spark pb'g has the pip und woe is1
I thine. I too have MilTered chills, agi.
: ami kindred ills, endeavoring to p v
' niv bills Mnci' thou wort mine. Go.w'
l my bank toll now, no more 'uvnuH I
, cho e the cow. as once before. Ye ''
I I had the num. so belli me John an.
I'd buy mvsi'lf a .-ar agaitij and spe. '
fomc ii ore. l-.xciuirge.
THIS "PRUDENT" YOUNG MAN BANK0
HIS MONEY AND BECAME A PARTNER
. jJ- 'ivr-NS. 1 ' .-S3
Such a thing as not "haying a chance ' is all BOSH.
Evory man has a chance if he will only TAKE the chance
Older men with lots of MONEY are looking for younger
mon with a little money whom they would like to tako into
Nothing can hold down a man with GHARAGTER and
money. BANKING your money will build your character.
Do it and have BOTH.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Deposits.
Tilllamook County Bank
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
An entertainment wnt Riven at tho
MlKh School Auditorlhrn Inst Friday
afternoon in honor of Lincoln's birth
day, WaahlnKton'a birthday and the
presentation of diplomas to the Feb
ruary elan of the eighth Rrade. Tho
following program was rendered:
SonK-"Star SpanRlcl Hanncr"
by High Schfol.
SonR -"Dixie", by the Krl quartet,
Mn. MacKenzie, Pauline Heals,
Zylphia Seltzer, Freda Schnuelle.
Oration on Lincoln, Erw in Sehnuelle.
Piano Duct -Gertrude Kbincer
and Marie Holden.
RcadinK-"Thc Perfect Tribute,"
Vocal Duet Alice Todd, Frwla
Kcadlnt; -Hernlce Nelson.
Soni? -"Columhia Gem of the Ocean"
by High School
Heading Elizabeth Whituho'ine.
Selection by Orchestra.
Addres by Mr. Hottji.
Presentation of diplomas to February
class of eighth g ade.
"America" -by High school.
The basket ball games last Friday
ami Saturday nights between Portland
Academy ami T. II S. both resulted in
victory for the Hig'i School. The scores
were: Friday night, P. A. 16, T. H.
S. 23; Saturday. P. A. 12. T. II. S. 23.
Our team has improved a great deal
! since the Jefferson-T. H. S game aid
i now feel able to beat anything. There
will probably tv -mother game a week
from next Friday
' An entertainment will lie given bv
the grade pupils at the High School
Auditorium, Friday, Feb. 2o. The
money obtained will be used to pur
chase pictures for the rooms. A very
: interesting program has been arranged
I by the teacher and the students have
' been drilling faithfully for a long
A nice little explosion took place in
the chemistry, Ubojatojeojer
Don Scwmen announced that he woa
goinrf to burn some sodium and every
one biat it for the closet except Don
who got a drenching with hot water
for his bravery.
A certain fat and jovial freshman is
getting very popular with the ladies
of late. A great deal of excitement
was created the other noon when a
curtain popular young damsel was seen
sitting on his dek nnd conversing with
' him i i an undertone.
STUMP PULLER FOR SALE
l will sell a Swanson stump puller
i;h which I can develop 120 h. p. My
rf ison for selling is that I have finished
-.i-.iliing stumps on my farm and have
vi inure use for tne machine. Chas.
j Ml kinds of wood and fence posts foe
, iHtf-. fcee bhrtxle.
IN THE BUSINESS.