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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1915)
'SSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
?ESTC,RCULATIONOF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Okhijon, May H, )C,
A FOURTH OF JUI Y CELEBRATION
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W uiv if utir cutttomct'rt nbout
lirst Ncitioiuil Service
I in .uc all )lcancl with it ami
Cnn tell mi why.
first National llanK
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THAT vK ARK AL--v
A Y J AWAKE.
AWAKE TO THE !N-
iTKREJT S or OUR. PA-
TR.ONJ AND AWAKE
10 WHAT THEY RE-
fUIRE. WE ARE NOT
AJLEEP. bUT RIGHT
Grocery Specials This Week
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Leave orders with us for land plaster.
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SOLDIERS POLICE VICTORIA
Anil Qerinnn '"s' rrcr Aulhorlllci
lo Tvke Action.
Vlotorlu. I - -Vlclorlii w plnro.1
un.t.ir imrllnl "u r,muU t,f 'a'
muhH ui-.m iioriiii.ii iwiiiIiIIhIiiui'Iiih b
mnlmlKMU umi. rovoi.Kli.i: lh bIhUIiik
of tl.u I.UHllaulu. Allor u mob or H'-v
oriil IIioiihiiiiiI iihmi "' ,,0'rt
mimrt,f.l wiu.Iowh In Ihu IMiim.ii lx
brownrv. tbo Now ICkIuiuI Kotol, Ml
imrwr-ri J'1ry l.'n.mni.H
uUmnhiK .HlubllHl.inont hiuI Oo Kh
pn.mbhiK Hl.oi'. !' iuyor reuJ I In
rloi act l Uio ciirnor of nml
tiov..nior Htroot,. ami 800 mMlorn be
pilllcllIK tlio olty.
Tlt Uro Culmnew.
IM.n.utolphtu. - Kx-1'rl.lc..t Taft
urKwl imlliiuno itu.1 culiniw. lu tlu.
nroHont lntorn.Ulo.ial Mtimtlon n.ul
iUlml on ll.o bIIUuiw of th rounlry
, Miami )' I'nml.lu.it WIIboii, In mi
mlilnoH at Ho. Union Muriio l.oro.
Wrrkl Kevirw t Activities Tliroufh
out the Sutc.
Si board iiml coiHtnUt.u.u on
Hlhtr Kilutadon tHl for two
tw Ui,ttOJ Hi u bofl have
(ltt ffron connretrd witli them.
April wheal thitimenit Iroin J'orl-
Mlverttm wmU mrvc Church
Mrwt wilt concrete.
Bamtnn ha old $i bond lot
nw sehool houe.
PrM Grove will improve sirecu
wilk Macadam at Si.(-) to $i jo a
HurrtMwrg Linn and tnc Comii-
to builit li.io l.iitlgf here
XfartbfleW-I'rrry ,S? Kieholon
larcc Ntw luruilurc iote opened.
Whenever made tcipcmiblr for
common carrier iiiney Jroi nui
IfKiepeodencr 'llcy and Silrt
ratiroaa win erni jcao"0 on rv
To otply meter to all Portland
wir uert is to cost 4moo.ooo.
Twelve mrore on the ballot at
Port land dty election all morr or
let calculated to incrrac cost uf
ResniUtionft of jilnryi meccil
long three line' A monthly licence,
a Mirny bond to protect irni;ert
ftainl accident, and a designated
toute of travel.
HoiebitiK"--Ungincer for Kendall
Bro detittning Jyo.o aw mill
Jiujjcne-- two room and ftuiwcc
older cd addrd to high chool.
I'ottUnd -A new St. Helen Hall
will im- on tight of burned Imililinn
j I jV.c cuoitty will build a hospital at
l-lke Vlc:... - j """
The fott Koek-Dnid highway is to
The new cannery at The Dalles i ;
lo be ready by Junr toth i
If w hud nil tin- ndjpetivca of nr.
mlvniirit wcrni for u eircun w- couldn't
llll lllnllr., to ul,i. I I.
Ji fr In TilUritnok City on tin? lib of
rJuly, Wt havu moil tin. liil of con-
Kirlhutors which i longer than n lovirii
explanation and we know the commit
! in eharee. Thy arc Wrn. (J. Tail.
0. H. Lamar. C, F. Knstcr nnl P. I).
Hn nil. Thri Iwya ririir lUn hell rvi-ry
llrit they swlnj; tint rnllt and hit
tin-1 ull-eyc rvry time thi-y fir. Like
0.u patriarchal family we'ri? all Koine
lo meiit In 'Jlllamook anil haiiK a mill
loin around tbe neck of Dull Care ,
with bill", lxim, batiKl Say we'd
tjfci' t.. t.-ll you ..II alx.ut it but you
Woukl-'t bcllvvi; im Tliry'r.: Kolni: t'
main tin? War turn purple with
tnvy nml they arc Kotni; to olfcr the
jw-oplc one of the most dazrlifik'.
aclntlllntini'. ntuiM-niltini.il xt..lnrt.
! K-'"'"". '"U know, wc Mmply can't ,
discrllxc It. Little Nemo never saw j
jnyihlnic like i. nml the chances are j
you never Mill acain for such IhltiK''
COt tot of money and a ureal deal of!
effort. They've eot their heads to
K ther now. planninK. fcheminu. de
visini: ami a little later It will be up
to you to brim; Acnu nnd the children
Of jut Annus aloic and enjoy your-
selve. Il'a up to Tillamook to make
KOo art he will or tile In the attempt.
Wiitch this paer for the details.
TILLAMOOK ColjNTY WILL
5 HAVE ORGANIZED BASE BALL
is filling tke requirements of men
wlio kave keretofore paid fancy
prices in order to nave clothes just
as they want them. If you 11 have
Ed. V. Price & Co.
At a metit'it nf tho roprcfc ntntives
of tbe different base ball clubs of tbe
county, held at the Commercial Club
rooms here on Monday, arrangements
were made for tbe orcanizaMon of a
Tillamook County League. Tbe follow-
inif team were rcprrset ted and will I
ta included in the new league: Neha. I
lem; Hay City; Tillamook; Ked.mm; STATE GRANGE ENJOYS
C-tl)o:it;.Ac&dcrny ; Ucuyer and CJovcr-
tailor your new Spring suit to
order we 11 guarantee
of style, fit and
and the value will
please you immensely.
A. A. PENNINGTON
J. It. Callnhau was elected tempor-
nry preMdent of the league, and i. K. of the State GranRe accompanied by
Shaw, secretary. Mr. Calluhun tip-1 several Tillamook people stopped at
mouk Bay Hospital where Dr. Hawk
' .'n c f rr r in f . n 1 1 n I V. .trtil. Int.
ei tu nivr. t"
IV. k I'.VJJU.V. ...V. ..t. U. .llV-t.h
was noted at once, and has continued
morning the members
jclmirmau, C. A. Mahan and H. II. 1 nnd irreatly enjoyed bv all. The life
Mill.n. savini; crew also entertained the visit-
The first i:nme under tbe new league- or by pultim: on their shore drill. The
ri'Kulations will probably bo played on j few hours at the beach put a littinir
decoration day. The schedule for tho climax to the week's entertainment of
season will be
made up as soon as
R. M. WADE, PIONEER
the State Uraime, the delegates all
voicing the sentiment that the State
Grunge had never been so royally en
tertained as our people had entertained
MERCHANT, IS DEADjthem
itdc 350 per cVnt profit on 50c
Variety Store j
'DROP IN AND
LOOK AROUND" !
From Sttndny Journal:
It. M. Waiie, president of the U. M
Wiule & Co., wholesale dealers in im
ide.nents and vehicles, died at his
home, -100 Rodney avenue, at -I o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Ho was SO years
old and was one of the pioneer mer
chants and Implement men of Oregon.
Horn in Johnson county, Missouri,
lie came lo Oregon with his parents in
lSW). Thev crossed the plains with an
ox team. His father took up a dona
tion land claim near where Hstaeada
is now located.
Young Wadu lived on thu farm three
years, until ho wiim IS, and then went
to California, where bo learned the
printing trade and clerked in a general
merchandise store for three or four
Returning to Oregon he bought n
stock of goods and opened a store in
a tent at The Dalles. A little later he
moved to Auburn, Huker County. He
returned to tho Willainetto valley in
1SG5 and estiibli'hed tho linn of It. M.
Wade & Co., implement dealers, at
Salem, lu IStst he moved to Portland,
and hero built up one of tho largest
Implement jobbing houses in tho north
west. lie leaves u son, It. L. Wadu; two
daughters, Mrs, F. May Glafko and
Mrs. Kdwurd Newbegin. of Portland;
a sister, Mrs. L. K. Murrs, of Salem,
and a brother, W. 11. H. Wade, of Es
tacada. Thu funeral will bo hold Tuesday
nftornuon from tho residence. Com
plete dotulla havu not been arranged.
FOR BLAINE COUNTRY
A homesteaders fair will bo hold at
or near the Grange Hall on tbe Nea
tucca. near Blaine on August 21st,
A special homestomlors exhibit will j
bo shown, to which all the home
ateuderH of thu county are Invited to
participate. Ihere will also be a gen
eral exhibit. Tho work of handling
the fair Iibb been placed in tho hands j
uf committees, which ure now at work. I
MAN HURT AT QUARRY.
(Bay City Examiner.)
l'ctcr Stcbcn an employee of the
Miami quarry was badly injured
Tuesday aftcrnon, when a piece of
rock fell hitting him on the head He
was immediately rushed to the Tilla-
IWI nfm fh.t f.i1.iu.'im Mmmitlii frt tl .. . Ti..... n.. ....... ....... Ur.m Hn.l
p.hI. 1 ..i v" - " niK.it "j
" j formulate bylaws and rules for the joyed a few hours at the
" ' j government of the league. F. K. Shaw, j dam bake was prepared by Dr. Wise
ZLiItl """""""""" I chairman. C. A. Mahan and H. H. 1 and greatly enjoyed by all.
C. O lunucn, Gold Beach, will
build a jo-rom hotel at Bookings.
D. R- Wiggin. Portland may oper
ate Ih filendalc box factory.
North Plains stiugKling for a
North llcnd 1. J. Simpon will
bttild J4ki dairy bain at Shore Acre
A game warden closed the Barry
Crab cannery at Umpire on n tech
nicality. St. Johni" Star Sand Co. will erect
Condon contract let to Kvcrett
Logan for $i,?$o CoiiKregatioiul
Litigation, ending, the Porter Bros
sawmill ou the Siuslnw will operate.
I., j. Simpson who built North
llend and operates large industries,
icsigucd as mayor nnd will heroine a
candidate for Congress.
Raising deer for Portland market
it new Douglas county industry.
litinaii mine, Curry County, made
clean up of $15,000 gold for wiute.'s
KtiRcne council refuses to enact
minimum wage law of $i2.S for eight
hours, but enacted preference law for
Flour going from Seattle to Frisco
via Hill line of steamers.
(iiants Pass Twohy Bios, expect
to build .0 miles of railroad this year.
John Itoesch of La Grande plans to
build $.'0,000 hotel at Union.
Fugcne people moving for a new
twelve loom grade school.
$,000 to be spent on highway,
Giants Pass to Crcsent City,
Florence voted $5000 to build ad
dition to school house.
MRS. KENNEDY DEAD.
Bay City Examiner.)
After a three weeks illness Mrs.
ii. jw.iiKdy, wife of a well known
rancher on the Miami, died at the
home Tuesday. The death was not
unexpected as the sufferers condition
was critical for several days prior to
the dentil. Funeral erviccs were held
Wednesday aftcrnon, interment be
ing made in the local cemetery. In the
funeral train were nearly one hundred
friends and relatives from the Miami.
Mrs. Kennedy leaves her mother,
Mrs. Quick of Tillamook, a husband,
and a number of children, besides a
large circle of friends to mourn her
loss. She has made her home in this
district for a number of years and
was widly known.
Willi'.' I ,MR7
ALWAYS SEES HIS
V3ANK BALANCE CROW
The man who has never had a bank account has one
great pleasure in life yet left to him STARTING one.
Banking money and seeing the balance GROW bigger
and bigger month by month is a continuous joy.
As his bank balance GROWS a man takes more interest
in his work or his business and earns more and gains self re
spect and the G0NF1DENGE of his firm and of himself.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Deposits.
Tillamook County Bank