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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1915)
Wetlo not wmh t., ,Vt. voll t,,jn. t
drug iiml hum ,.. mu dwnge. mh do the fash.
llillH, bill I III- eh., .;). J Hl'HKOIUl brillUK the
need lor cut. nly d.llereut tiling from i,c
drug Htorc. Itr every change nml ewry
need we me well supplied, n our long ex
pei ienct; in the drug ItimiiicHK cerves us well
in Keeping our m,w i ighl There'll in uo
need thin you nm v have imt cannot be
supplied instantly Iniu, our tuieli. Depend
on us for your drug need,
V do not loimy who -ru ih,. vie i Suilioncry.
hut whoever it ih 1mm mtiMir jiulKMiciit m vmi wifl
mliiiil when you mr -idl hue. All the liitwi
IiiiIk mid fmieirH in paper; l t,l ih new in dcttiuii
or color. Ait ample ,i.irtiin-iit locluiuac frnni.
1'rnc? nre im low n quality i liiit. Don't e
idiilent tutliuM mylr ritntiuiivrv. r limit vonr
choice hy pkUuiKlmni a Much k- ample ilinn'otirH
LAMAR'S DRUG STORE
Don't be Misled
!',V l'''ceH on a few articles. Trade where AM,
the prices are GJj 0"r good stock is priced
to IIULI) your trhde as weli aj to OlvT it. Al
ways compare quality and price
Things that yoitjijctMl now arc I'ccd. Grocer
ies, School Supplies and our Satisfaction Coffee;
it is pleasing a lot of particular people who
know .'f ud Co'llee.
E. G. Anderson, Hemlock
The Satisfaction Store
Coca! Happenings, j
n r i
Money lo Ioam mi fUU rtnitn tnrm
tmirlj;r, Klrol Natml Hunk.
Mr. M. C Condltlelt on Thursday
fr o vli wiiit friend l Pendleton.
Ilcrt Folk pft tdny for valley jolnl
,., i).nii.of. ..im 1-M whure h lis nii- lit the Interest of
the raniiui. (Jiilun.
iri uf tiny Idly . JntUw i; (IJ JUmey ;od KIa" for
.:& Unt of nvrrylhlng In kwki thing
t X lo ortrd.i for f.UwV. j " UIV- 't " HkIiI.
Puce. ! M. J. MlMor lefl today for St.
for saUuSJIanuir,. IK. ; ,-WU- Mu ' ,Wh0J" h nn,.,,,k', " fM"r"
'4"",,k- f thi Utilw.Hy of 8t. IuU.
:iv H t .hi f Mohir:wi..nii: Utt Uo(,Bbwr.. Mi
'f, ftint bful caMmbc for Krwl, jwofil l SIU. Mr. HoMrihrr nc
(bs(w M iual f. Ilaiutr, THIittV. nlHinlr.l har n far I'ortlnml.
Mih,, , rtr.i f ii, v. ,or,' s fc' ;""
raunnD. TlltamooV, Mo it I CmnfnMV.
JJtt :r.UMIMlwltB rtrnU..' w hv ebml mit U. plnnu lol
ijf f. u. thir ion t rrWo. M nfM, , u,,ml mu,c ro)U wc
Cui hm ti K to taltiul ml help j,vo oil hnml nt im? Iinlf tirico. Joncn-
It Ktt.-r". MJ wttrfc.,!'!")- K O.H. KnuiUon Pur. Oi.
HuMu. Dr. H..V rnikirU Ihnl Cmi. Hum-
r"ur e' r rvnm Willi Uwnl il Hit tlm 1huo mover, rceolvetl a broken
rrinte family. liHulti) at Urn.Wfrilj whlltt i work one tiny lant week.
0&f I Tim Injury I not nrrluu.
me KnuiUon Fur, C will glvu m! llw. Aur. OUoii. hreomiiii!H ly h
ffmc i ritifo frfo wjih Wety Ift.Ql frlcm), till holil revival irvlcc next
mli it c TurJy Qmnlni;, September UHtli, ni
t)f V u reivtrU tlm Mtth of on tlmWIIn Itlver eliool home, nenr tho
U U A bI Mr. Hverelt Hull on , Mnplo Uf fnriory.
Ttsur- ' Nino Ullfumnl iilcturo of Skookum
(it i iiim fur unld. Imjulio of or: tvr Wl cmil. or 10 cant for ono;
wlle-r. Ocrliy. tJnrltwWl Uitf. ,S foVf ;u lor wtomi im pom cri.
Wm Mii.tli uf the Wll.tm lllw, J,,n"
WJMr, w n 'lllUinuuk IkiIimi
n... .i. H... iimi ir tin.
ml r t . Iir.l of l he week. , airoi,-" "' i''' "
.... i. i . .. .. u .K,iul
"'" "7n"' r the lml rt conference. None of
f,r time thl. w,ek Wth n,w , ,u c()UMl
Ur ,m tlek of Mppen.llcUU. , '
wcok from S.ilem where ho nttemleil
a.(. k niMMittiry mruuurcn. ,. . , nuVl,P .,. i
fr.m'nUMmHik. A. II. SnU.r, ,, f(my
OMton. Oro. . r11i ., t. Valley
hvi I'toritmn nml wife loft . wltro tioy plcknl hop iIuHhk tho hop
TliurKiitT for WiMxIlmrn, wtioro they , i.kiMlf .yW,
tei; ,e lo vlll 1'rtil'ii pmnt.
A. . Ainmirr of tho Ainmer Fuml
line ( . Miult it liutlnen trip to rort
thit wnik for the purpooe of buy
Ite new cood.
Mr nml Mr. C. A. O'Ncel of Cor-
W. W. Cornier left thU niornlnif for
Ahlntiil whore hu nml Mr. Cornier will
tpuiid tho winter. The Jinluo will tukn
n tleer hunt ill the vicinity of AhIiIrihI
Ilr OUnn. ilenllit. will lonvo wllll
wl' i lmvo U'on vIkIiIiikt friend fntny Sumlny for a two week
Mr f r the piit month loft tor wui- Vlcnllm. While kuiiu ho will vim
form on Tliurmlny. fnemla t Lebiinon ntl Cnncnilo Lock.
Join Ilrnnt who lm ho - roMlik' M Ho will bo nt hi ollko nKi 0ct
Hubtunl tin umiintr. returneil to tho kjh,.
city on Thurily, to reiiiuln hero fr n i)cWey Tnylor, w o wu nrrosteil lt ,
'w day Iwklnir uftor hiulne! mnt ,cotc (or tteinptliiK to rnpo tho llttloj
Uri. i limwllur u'lrl In tho outh oml of tho.
WmiUmI: (innernl hoiiHckeeplnu', county. w tukon toilny to me loiorm
work on frm. AiWmm M. KlUhbeth Lditwl nt Hnlem by Deputy Shorm u.
Irck r. TIIImook. ! eur Sveiwon. On account of 'liij'lor
ForSnlo: S. 0. White I.ohoru e U w thou .foe ' "
tttkoK!.. T.n-rn.1 -neelnl hc.vy loy- the reform tcnuoi rmisor tf ..- ..,.
I alock, lmiulro of W. S. (nte. penltnntlury
a tm wki j. ii i A-mir4ii k v m m i
The l.mlle Altl of tho Meth(IUt
Church will moot at thn home of Mr,
(ieortte l.nmb on Thuriday, September
CHh. A iol attrnilancu I (lirlred.
0. 'I', Wvrchku! and wife and on
William and Undo Henry Miller of
Clovenlale, mi toed over to Tillamook
WediniKlay, Thev vUlted friend in
thl vicinity Wcdiiednv and Thurday
and left for homo today. Willie U s till
lenruluu to run the automobile.
Oo. N. Taylor will ncnk at the
ChrUtlan Church on Sunday evenini:
In-furc a union mrullng of tho ChrU
tin ii, U, II,, Nazarluu and M. E.
churchc. Ilu t n temperance worker
of wide, experience and I quite well
Tlllnmook county on relation of
GeorKtt Moiko vn. Snndbcri;-l);u
Company, a corimratlon, 1 n cimu filed
In the circuit court to recover
(truwinit out of work on the i'licilie
City cotintvryad, a part of which wa
(ubtet by tho 3'ndburKlKti Co. to
fScu. MrnikoK, who I now auini; for the
balance allowed to Ixj owing him.
U. M. Kraner and wife and Arby
Stivernon of Cloverdale, nutoed over
fnim Cloverdale Thursday. They
brought with them Mr. Kraner'
nephew Harry Kraner and wife who
have been vUltlni; at Clovordalu all
vuinmer. Tim vmttor lell on I hum
ility imirniiik' for their hoiuu at
At thu council mcellni; Itiitt Monday
aveniui; the city council decidisi to
olfer to allow Mr. Stlllwell to take
judgment in the cane wherein he ha
ondenvered lo necnro thu tract of land
of I) acre which ho gave, the school
children for a play ground if ho would
dceil the city an acre of laud without
Carl I'ossotti v. thu Southern Pacific
Company i n uil tiled in thu circuit
court.' Tho plalntilT nlleges that de
fendant ha entered uhiii hi land with
out coiiRcnl and is mninUinine; thereon
a bridge pier of large timber piling
.mid a rnllrond-trestle, and that defend
ant I operating upon the tretlo miin
erou railroad trniii mid motor car,
and hv reason of till plitlntitf'it right
of way Is tibtructcd, and hn become
pcrllou tied dangerous, dnm.tging the
plaintitr to the nmouutj of $2,000 which
liu now aue to recover.
While in conversation witli 1). T.
Wontchkul of Oloverdnlo, a few day
ago, liu informed u that while digging
a deep ditch through vome of hi bot
tom land thi mimincr ho discovered
niiiu feet below tho urfncu of the
ground n llreplaco. Tho llreplnoe was
cnmHied of three nnd four layer of
tones one Uon the other. It was oval
shupe, about three foot ucrosn it and
live foot long. At tho center tho
ground wa coopetl nut omewhnt nnd
In tho depression wiir found about n
bushul or more of ntdica and ember
uf n ono timo fire. An interesting uues
tion is. How long ngo and by whom
wa tho fire place built.
r. It. Ileal.
loan on farm mortgager.
Wc have a full and complete Una of
1 rhool Iwok nnd aupplle, Tillamook
1 Drug Co.
. On Wednesday night J. Urown who
I night watchman for tho S. I', at
Kodad' cut, very narrowly escaped
' death. He wa on top of tho water
purnp which i located at the Kllchi
Hlvcr, making omc repair when he
accidentally fell a ditanco of fifteen
feet, Urlklng the track below. Tho
fall knockifd him unconKciou nnd he
J lay on the track for mmii time before
Mil! wa diftcovcred. Hi discovery by a
fellow workman who wa out for a
t troll wa ralher by accident and if he
had lain on the track five minute lon
ger he would probably have been run
. over by the freight which wa due
about that time. As 'on a llrown
wa discovered Dr. Hoals was called
.it. . .
anu no was soon revived, lie is now
out of danger.
&3tk Don't neglect your child il
j it complain about hendachc
. and eye ache. Children attending
rhool are very apt to strain theircyes,
cauing oyc strain matting the child
neglect its books, becoming dull and
backward. Have their cvoy examined
by Dr. Wcndt of Tillamook, fie eye
specialist. It is not always thatgl.i8c!
j arc needed. Consultation free. Satis
APPLES FOR SALE.
Haldwin, Northern Spies, Kings.
Gravuustclus. (irime?. Golden Pippins
and other varieties. 1 will have about
four or five hundred boxes. Will start
to pick about October 1st. I also will
sell apple cider that will make the best
of vinegar. I'hone your want, i'rice
are low thi vear.- JOE NALDSON.
FELDSCHAU LECURES CONTRACT.
At tho oficninjr of the bid for the
construct loYi of the cement pavement
on Second Ave. Ktt last night, P. 0.
Peldschau wn awarded the contract,
hi contract price being $7,038 73.
Arnx Construction Co. bid wa 7,fiir.32.
Siwakc A. MeKco 13,000. Tfic contract
call for 4,359.3.1 square ynrds, and will
connect the present pavement wilh the
Tho following birth took place on
Thursday, Sept. Zi: A boy to Mr. and
Mr. Ii. E. N'cushaurn, Tillamook; f
daughter to Mr. and Mr. L. H. Krake,
K. N. HllSKUi, Mkm
Located in Jonca-Knudson Huildfngj
Funeral Director and Ueemtid Embalm
. I kif t
- ' 'lij
G. L. DICK & SON, Props.
The Snme Price to livcryone
REALTY FOR SALE OR TRADE
Ilran per ton
Short, per ton
MidiU, per ton'
Hurley per ton
Wheat per ton
Oat Whole iur ton
Rolled oats per ton 30.50
Chopped Oats per ton 80.50
For cash payment deduct $1.50 per
ton from each of above.
Fruit and berry sugar $6.30 per sack
less 25c per suck for cash.
Ilran, !)5c per sack.
Shorts, $1.30 per sack.
Midds per sack.
Wheat, per sack.
Wliolo oat. $1.C0 per ewt.
Rolled oats, $1,10 per suck.
For cash deduct from thg nbove as
follow: 10c per sack On bran, shorts
tniilcls nnd rolled oat and 15c per sack
on wheat nnd 10c per cwt on oats.
Arm & Hammer Soda, 5c per pkg;
Cupid Flour, SG.25 per bbl les 25c for
ciihIi payment or $1.65 less 10 cents.
Onions, OOe'iier sack.
TILLAMOOK MERCANTILE CO
Thi property Is for sale or part trade
or all trade if valued right.
50x100 lot with foil two Btory six
large rooms, largo closet, concrete
basement with cement floor, furnace
licit, eight run', hot water coil! hath
lavatory, medicine cabinet, one piece
ink, wash tray, wood elevator, ga
and electric lights, aIo a garage on
back of lot 10x21 storyiand half, sewer
connected and water, fruit trees, shrub
bery, raved street and cement side
walk, chme to best car service In the
city of Portland and 35 minutes walk
from Hroadwny bridge.
CI acre, half cleared, balance four
small stump and Lrush, fenced, 400
feet from city limits of Vancouver,
Wash., close to two electric carlines.
One buHinens lol 50x125 in the town
of White Salmon. Wash.. COO feet from
First Nat. Hank.
Two Seaside lot 100x100, liolladay
One lot 50x100 on Cornell Road, west
side, Portland, Or., will trade for Til
lamook farm dairy and city or sell at
right price. Want to deal direct with
owners. J. M. Liisbcrg, 104A. It. F.
D. 1. Mutual Phone. TiRamook. Ore.
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
Hat Located in the Commercial BMg., .
Succeeding Dr. P. J. Sharp. t,;
All Work Gmrjnltfd, Both Phonf. .
OHior Hour.: ? '? 2.- m'
io tiM p. m. ,
Open EvtnlrJ2t i'om 7 until I o'clock
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M.f
( Both Phones)
Tillamook i OreHnnHte
On and after Oct. 1st, 1915. the
barber shop will close at seven
o'clock except Saturdays when they
will close nt 10 p. tn.
Moulton and Son,
' F. McGinnis,
C. E. Mowrey,
W. M. lieaston.
Interest this week centered -around
class elections nnd preparations for
the coming football, game between
the Sophomores and Freshmen.
Every evening this week the school
grounds have been the scene of light
Tho following officers were elected
by the Freshmen nnd Sophomore class
es. Freshmen. .
Pres. -Will Kennedy.
Vire-Pres. Glenn Leach.
Sec. --Leslie Conover.
Treas. Max Beals.
Vice-Pro. -Walter Stark.
Sec. Nellie Gaylord
Treas.- August Boquist.
Sergeantj-at-Arms Gertrude Ball.
A few upper class students still con
tinue to register.
Next Friday night Oct. 1st, there
will be n reception for the ne stu
dents and new members of the faculty,
given by thu classes,,' Sophomores,
Juniors and Seniors. Preuaration are
beinR made for an inturestinc and en
joyable program. .
Presbyterian Church Notes
11 Cm(aa( -Rnnlcfi
arc m ndsv, conic early and get your supply
whilq Vtock, is com Jik'te. .,,.,. nr nencils,
Wohave the finest assortment o poicus,
tahlcteruser, pons, pen liollcr. "i.s -
K FOUNTAIN PENS 21 If, , ffil
. t'rit. m IV iiFi ocr cent oft on wutuumu
pen. . a i. n,tr nuiro'is.
Ask The Man Who
He will pay you from $2.00 to $ L00Vmorc
per month for youirhouse if it has a wcllgequip
ped htttli room '
Think of It i
Act;tmlly from 2i to 36 per cent on the 'in
ventinent oi: about H of. th(? net returhfJfr'om
time house ,you rented;. Can' you invest;,
$100.00 any better.
, ''fC F.'ZACHMANN abpiit
TMIamoqk'a Leading Plumbing A SheetMttal" Shop
Tho Field Secretary of tho Oregon
Anti-Saloon League, Mr. George N.
Taylor, will speak from the pulpit next
Sunday nt tho 11 o'clock service. He
will outline tho policies adopted by the
representatives of tho churches consti
tuting the headquarters committee.
Mr. Tnylor has had an extensive exper
ience as n traveling salesman in u large
part of thu U. S., nnd has contributed
with his pen to tho eastern dailies,
treatimr of tho colonist question in tho
South. In the lino of Sunduy School
evangelism he has given considerable
nttentinn. Ho ftnttllv gave up his
hardware cuatomora and tho road that
ho might devote all his, timo to tho
cvancalistic and missionary work which
called for tho application of his ability
as a man amonc man. as u-apecmity
salesman ho learned to put things up
in bundles for carrying homo. Tho
Antl-Saloon Leacue of Oregon had.use
for juat.hla typo and talent, so called
him to its field service. He will hayo
a message on Sunday morning for the
men and women citizens wno may oo
Mnromnl with the tasks that confront
the" church here'on tho coast. A cood
and largo hearing should be given
Rallirlon Kent in Place" is the sub
ject or Mr. Ybuel'a sermon in the even-
ins; lit 7 :30. Each person Dreiont win
be conscious of the cordial "a'nd home
like feellmr of these everting services,
A;young people's service will bo held
All ate cordially invited to each and
all of these service.
L. L. HOY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Bell Phone- Oflicc 5, Residence 5 M p?'
Mutual Phor.c Office and Residence 'l1
rrr ? a Monk' p.r nnr i i K
Dr. Jack- Olson
Office 'Hours Irom 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
JOHN LEUND HENDERSON
Abs t tier
Tillamook County Bank Bldg.
Attorney at Law
Office In Tillamook Block
Attorney at Law
COMMERCIAL BLDG., ROOM J2
J. R. CALLAHAN
General practice in all state and
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook.
Geo. P. Winslow
T. H. G0YNE
Land Office Business.
' H. T. BOTTS
COMPLETE SET OF ASTRACTS.
Oflice 202-204-, Tillamook
Tillamook - Ore.
El. J . Claussen
Celand B. Erwm
Teacher of Piano
Diplomu from the Chicago)
A complete stock of sheet music
and Technic Books.
Terms : $4.00 per months instruction
Factory Representative tor the
CriUTti & BUTLER PIANOS
And Player Pianos.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Furnished or unfurnished apartments
for rent at tho Tilco Apartments in
the Masonic building. All modem
conveniences, ut business center.
Enauire at Herald Office.
Try ono of our Fancy Dressed Chick
na or your Sunday dinner. Tilla
mook Meat Company.
ARE' YOU GOING TO BUILD?
Barns and farm buildlnss of nil
kihds erected by experienced cavtitw,
wither by contntet or la,va0wonv. "iapa
mid es.tlmutea Iiirnlahod for all tunda of,
carpenter work. J. M. Lllsberg, Mu
CH AS. I. CLOUGH CO. .
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