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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1915)
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ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
RCULATION OF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Th.i.a.mook, Oki.oon, Jcs'ii 21),
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sl any of our ciiti.itcm about
firs! National Service
i iv a iv all pit us- I with it ittul
Citn tell s an why.
lir.st National UanK
lilt., nuuk, Urr.jtjn
HAT DO You MEtD
EVE GOT ITv
YOU DONT HAVC To
waste: amy time
Come straight to
U.S- WE'VE COT JT,
AND THE PRICE
.WILL 5C RkSHT.
i, . ' n .h -Ii n IV tUOI'e,
. i ., , v u' i u . a witu us t 1 1 1 iiitMncrs
' .-- ntv us. nun i s lull i ii 1 1 1 1 value lor
v, am you for a cuKioun-r, iiutl the way
ii when you come in will make customer
is with mu- puuhasic, mill we will prove
RAY & CO.
ochRn..s, smoked MaA rs, frui rs, veg
Ii TABLES, HAY, GRAIN, FEED.
Ill I luoK. - . OKI-COX
M INDUiTRlAL REVIEW.
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oilier one cautc. -Su;'ierliti .
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illi.'i'liii In I'll"'!' f ll,, ,)rl
lliirdlrk wk lhro too.
Mr. nml Mr. Holu-rt WodiI nml Mr.
mihI MiH, Km KiiUwood of Amity,
On-., iiiovihltluir in M.o (.rnvM limno
lor u Hhort tliu-. ntUt wlilrh Hx-y wilt
nr.i.MKlo lo I'm-illo City to "unii. Mm.
Wooil In ii hIhIoi- ot Mm. lirtvp.
I.um SiimUy Ki-v K.I. l).;.;rii.K, Ky.
I.uth MiHHlonnry of 1'ortlaml, h'l
nei'i l tin- KiIik I'lm''-.
Mr nml Ml. ('- li1''!,
vlHltliiMt Mr. nml Mm. Mix of South
rritlrln IhhI Kiintlay.
Ki;r.ml Hfht warm imIhh lmo
tlmurowtli of Kr" V,h.pr ''r?,,, .
i urtat i"tMil In H'lH vu'ii.lty nml con
HiMiiiiMifly tlm ilnlr.vnmii U wmiriiiir
r.nil,. on lilt f... For, mi'r r
morn uriiKu, morf 'n""1 n,llK'
,nro i.illlt, morn inonoy, moro ...onoy.
in(.ro proHlHTity, moro pnwi .
hiioiikIi. nil otlmr ijoimI tliiiil! WM
It Six Straight
Red Men Drop Cmnc To Hcnyrr. (JooJ
Gsinri I'romiicd For 2nd and 3rd.
A 1 jllriid.Mi t wHiirtr. one
of Ui Utti 1,4(1 M jjii,r,
WI tllf l.nul .tu.Hi. ,i. I SuttlU) uhrtt
lotl lca8i Ita.J.in won from
JiA) I n i i Ulitithunl .U hct A
lin Km lor IilUrtow.k allowniK Intl
t dilate wa given irui . .11
Miottil oiul lacd ifowl kuiiii I Ink
ht Wfn Utr im weak tbe- m ihe
Um bul Wallace it r(ccted i fill
ihw hole very Mtttfaciory,
The Kiilttien who lke Neli-I m
yUm- m the Ichkuc lot! their ihkuI
,:me at limver in a nlow cmeti.
'h tmlidti tm4t a good mart r.i.
King tn the eeonit and l,unh
. J hiu lor five runt. Beaver liltr m ir
it. tlojjtn iMtimg MimU and u tt.,
n of Hie eight h managed to eauh
u aioi make i morr for y !
inramrc winniim ljr a tcier l n t
''he lat Htavrrton team which hn
., it i,m moi vl the amateur t. jih
in t'ottUiul will play I illaniuot, on
.id lounh. iiem Friday Saturday n.1
U Tin tt he hy Ir Ihe lo l
ae Ull keen itete ilut tetttoti I l.r
m !h gami- nil! to- called ititinrd-
1 1 ' Alter the arrival ul the
i. .io It. iorrtoo at a jo f.in.
Startdine County League,
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Da II0AI.S MAKES LOKG TftlP.
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$ n iooo
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O I owO
On Monday adcrnoon at o'clock.
,Mik Kble Lee Lamh, and Mr.
rritntlk h. Merger, hold of il.u ctiy
wire uiilted It) marrijKf at Ihe hop
let t lioiiio in the prcucncc of im
mediate rehiiavlwi ami a ley.- fninili,
Ki v Oltilti'i oator of the M h
'I he lirlde U a tiioul eOimtiti.
ymnp wptimn. She cmtttialed Ir.on
iMtr liijslt ttliool, and hat mice
lauKhl tit iliTfercnt teliooU ahoul liir
ccHinty. The Kroom lis many rirnds
here ami H a p.raduatc of De Pan
Univartity, of lndlaim and it a I'la
Omiimft Delia man.
I he, liaino' couple left on a iliort
honryniooti trip amid the htti wiOut
of iii.iuy. friend.
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A PLEASANT SURPRISE.
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On- Thursday cvrnittt; of lai week ,
a nuikiher of iriemU very a(!rcelt
kurtlifned Mrs. C. K. Mrew. tin- or.
caiuti heln her bir t Inlay. 'H
toeml convcrMtion, Kami) were jday- (i
ed and later in the evt.tiiiiK rsfrcth-jij
nitmji cie crveo.
Mr'. Urow win the rccinient of
tiiaiiy appropriate Kf'- i A
Tltbuc proem M-etc. Mr. and Mrj ..
II. T, HotH. Mr. and Mr. U. 0. Jaclc-i
kon, pMr. and Mm. Carl Hahcrlarh. Jfi
Mr. nna ;.ir. uio. itmit ami cini
dien, Mr, and Mr. C. M. Tromtlc
and 1aui;liicr Sarah, Mri. H, A. . i
NinUle, Mr. Marie Wade. Mr. and
Mr. llowatd Drew, Joint Steinliack,
John Day, Kay Crate, Mr. Ilellisli,
the Mikies Lottie, Gnicc and Lois
Wade, illanch Stark, llernice Nelon
and Neva Maddux, and Mr. U
U ili y anil children.
Lest You F
This Gentle Reminder Is
The days are few, the hours are speeding
by, the closing date of our sale is near at
MGyT E D JPORTUN ITIES
Means a Loss to You
Get busy, search the city over look where you will,
note carefully quality, style and priee. Do this, do
it intelligently, then you will have Some idea of our
efiorts to please.
This inornini; at 10 o'clock Eirl!
StroiiL' nod Miss Kkthcr Thomas, hoth
highly ettKctcd nml well known youtiRl
pvoplc were married nt thu M. K. parj
Thov left on I
made to Nckkoutn from i the 1 1 :10 train for Portlnml and other!
.tilth point Or, Hwh reached j oiittodt' point. They will return shortly
.ct the phone, ihe, doctor M-rud i ' ,nakc thdr heme ht this vicinity.
otuc travcumi in auto at far at - .-. -. 'I
Mirfta ad from Ulcr tfit tooi ofer""' w umiwiy-t4raiM
ihr tt iiuiddv trait lo Oitv .irti l'r of tiear reliitw u mvl fne d.
i 'tt N.tiintay evening at 8 o'clock,
m l.unti ktii.Hii in thl t'utii.
. ,i i . ! im ii'4lij!iir .i 'hn
t .it ltik, in I nmhi I . .0111).
t: ,iii. i iiiua,r,i r wfiiic u ri..ii t
. trip on tool oer tht trail ts , tunitKts by Key. Gltttnt.
i'iv -il li'i imiitr ol Ihr injtin.l man
..l tin ii '.'! tit Ihr ttmriiiiiK
'Ihe injuinl nieiiil.n thru
i.iiid i,. jtid afier j little rrt the
tn-tor uii. (or home 1 tic tri
ii .m tn,c i. a moki ktrenuouk oiu and
Ioiik to he f rmenihered t the doctor.
MRS. ALICE RONEtCKK DEAD.
N', rt'.Khrd Cloverdale Sund.i
iiormitK ol the death ol Mrt. Aim
Koenicke. Some time ago Mrt. K..
nicke titkrn lo Cortland for imil
icaI Irralniriu where it wat thouKht
aii operation would he neeetiar),
'.nil de.ith relieved her tuffering. Thr
n main were brought home and the
if.nrt.il took place on Tuctduy. her
j.nttor. Rev, V, S, Ford, officiating,
interior nl wat had in the tiisl ceme
tery near the home of her parents.
The funeral was largely attended
t many who h:nl known the drera.s
nl from childhood. The flor.il offer
mitt were beautiful
Alice Amelia Allen was born at
Albany. I. inn County. Oregon, Sept
U l7Q. She came lo Tillamook with
her parcntt when 8 tnonth old She
became a member of the I'rekhvterwn
Church of t loverdiile. December J,
too.i. She wa joined in marriage to
iili.ini Koenirke on Oeci inhri l St.
lyio. She i muvixed by her htikbaud
and two mii.iII ehildriii, a father and
oiul In-1. one liiothrr .ind one iiter,
Mr. I liinii k She died at I'oi tland,
Oregon, June .nth, Hi 1 5 Courier.
W. GRABEL DEAD.
On Sunday Al Hoone of C!o erd.ili
nml Misn Gertie MeKm.int were nmr
rind at the homo of the bride's parent
Mr. ami Mrt. 'jeo, Mekmnns
Mohier. The bride hn taught fcri
in the cnutity mul for komc time
tint clorkod it I tn? Clovurdule Met-.u
tilo iU). store. Shu is well known i
tho county nnd is highly ieueUii
The uroam is in the blacksinithii hum
noa nl Clovurdate nml is un indus
trious mul inuen respected youn: inan
They left on Monday for a trip outsnie
RACKET IN THE SOUTH END.
f? "rri rr r .,.-.-.s ".. . .. I
THE CHUTE & BUTLER PIAN-
OS AND PLAYtR-PlANOS
rank amoni; the very best in tone
duality, and general construction.
I have the Factory Agency for
these Hiph Grade Instruments, and
anyone in the market for either a
i'lano or riayer Piano will do wel
to ste n.e be f. ire buyini;.
Catatoy Upon Request
Leland B. Erwin
On Siiturdny W. Grnbel for inmiy
ynirt ii rotideul of this enmity died tit
tho Tillamook .Siiiiatnrinm of a compli
cation of iliM'anes. Ho had been aib
inj; for many years.
Hit owned some bench ptoperty
south of llayoeeiiii and imuio hi.s homi!
Hi,. re most of tho time. lie was
brought to the Tillamook Sanatariiim
hiht wui'k. The funeral aervieet were
hold from the I. 0. 0. I Hall on Sun
day afjoruiion, ho buhiK a membor of
that order. Tho torvlees wuro eon
ducted by Kv. II. A. Van Winkle. In
terment took plaeo at thu I. 0. 0. F.
District Attorney Goyne was called
to Cloverdale the fiiht of the week to
ook after a ease in Jude Taylor'sl
court relative to an altercation which
n follow by the name of Duati not
into with a limn by the name of J'aul.
Dublin and I'aul went down the N'es
tiiera in a motor boat and on the wn
ot into a row ssliieh resulted in Paul
having Duu'iui arre.sted fur nsMiult
Attorney Goyne considered the evi
iloneu on this ehnrno as insutlicient as
there was simply tho word of one mm.
amiinst another anil it appears they
hud been ilrinkintr. Duan, however,
not into a mi.xup at Paeillc City and in
the melee cut the tires of the auto
owned by the Cloverdale butcher who
had iiono to Pacific City to get him.
This daiiianu was settled for. however,
and thu case was dismissed. It seems
Unit Dublin had a sum of money on
htm which was lost or stolen, and the
disappearance of this money was one
of tho causes of the trouble. Wo have
later learned that u iiart of the money
in dispute has been found.
THE "PRUDENT MAN"
-M OF INDEPENDENCE FOR
HIMSELF EACH j ME
fc WRITES A DEPOSIT
Go to tho "Kamsey Good Kats" for
the beat of overythiiiK In good things
to eat. Oley will treat you right.
The Orenoit Agiiciilliual College
tuis the honor of hawng the reconl
bic.tking lieu of the world, so far as
aiithoiiuiive records go, She laid ,o.l
eggs List e.tr. Naliirally there is
mu Ii iiitetcst in the madam and t-o
little piide in hei aihieveiiieiU. When
her iccoiil was mailt known to the
Hoard of Kcireuts they were asked
nffli-i.illx to name hrr. Senator
Mill del llellen, of the board, spoke
iironintly hiiying ".Shakespeare pro
vided her name long ago, Lady Mc
Duff Lay on MeDuff." She c.triics
the iiaine to the Panama-Pacific Kx
position, ami will carry it on the rolls
of fame for many a day. Journal of
'DROP IN AND
-jlamMt Hi I m" . r J-tr f
v i, ' .vr 1. 1 rr
That is if he does not turn right around and draw his
money out to foolishly invest in some far-away, GET-RIGH-QU1GK
scheme constantly offered to him by some strange,
It is our business to know which investments are good
and which are NOT. If any of our depositors will come in
and ASK us about investiments they figure on making, we
shall gladly give our opinion to them.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
We pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Deposits.
Tillamook County Bank
REV. SCHNUELLE LEAVES
Kev. F. C. Schuuelle, Pastor of thu
German Reformed Church of this city
will preach his farewell sermon next
Sunday morning. Ho and family wll
leave shortly for St. Joe, Mo., where
he has a larger field. During thu three
yaurs that Kev. Suhnuelle und family
have been hero they have made many
friends who regret much their departure.
We can furnish sand in large Quan
tities, chuaper than anyone. Whero
sand is taken for large contract furn
ished on job. See P. N. Elliott ut
Electric Light Plant. Wk
u,-'ler.illon. A raJi, wool