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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1915)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
tbIHLRCULATIONOF ANV PAPER I
n Tillamook County
Tillamook, Okroox, Novk.mjwii HJlo.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $30,000
Member Federal Reserve Bank
B.C Limb, President J. Mother, Qfiithicr
,C II Mcn, Vice IVw, I. H. Kdthon, AM. Cashier
A. W. litiitn
Cnrciul aticntlon givtsu to all Hniiking business
phut ' in our hitwl.s,
000 'U OT.V HUIL0IN3. 1ULAM3DK. ORH
All the Supplies the Babies Need
Nlpplca, Bottles, Brushes, Combs, Talcum
Powder and Milk.
Send Us Your Order
The Tillamook Drag Store
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We pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Deposits.
Tillamook Cotmty Baak
Mrs. Fred Christen
sen Buried Monday
Service at Prcsbylerian Church Ira
pienive. Worthy Woman Leaves
Tim fuiipful dorvice of Mm. Fred1
Chrutcnuoit were held at tho l'rtaby
; tc-rinn clitirch on Monday Inst and In
torment look place at tho I. 0. O, F
Mr. ('hrlU'iin,'i) who wni otic of our
I iiiiot worthy women will li greatly
inimrd by her many Tllluinook frloiidn,
8h wm n iiicmhor of tho l'fcubytcrluti
rnurro, r.nniuni Mir iixio. mid Wf.it m
iiiiiPirinii in coihiui.thiji uiiiiiiy. :iu
wnn rnlI in this city, coinlim hem
whi'ii but h amiill rhllil. Her bercavcJ
Olio lihvo the I. curt foil yininthy of li
hol of ftirtiiU. who Mere Indeed up.
lireclstlyn of Iter mnny exeollent qunl-
'I hit flornl Iributcii from frlrndiT were
many mid benutlful,
Kathryn V. Miner, duuirhtcr of Mr.
nod Mr. Lvunnrd lllner, witi bom Oct.
8. JStt ut Wentnrvflle. Nebraska. She
rnine to Tillamook, OroRon with her
imrenlii in l&tl .nnd her residence hnv
over tinee been here. Sho wns mar
ried to Fred VV. Chrltcncn t rilla
mook on Jim., 10, llKiS. Thin union ins
tein blertl with iwo children. Verm!
itfed H yennt, mid Cnrroll nceil 2 yuurs.
Aftir mi llliicn of ncver.il week not
exected to prove fntl, he deprtiil
thl Ufa on the evening of Thundny, j
Nov. 11, 101 Ti, ItKVliii; nltnined the auu
of.33 yearn, t month nml T day.
Hutde her levotod hubund mid
two mum, ho na left to mourn her de
parture, her father mid jriotlicrf JJ rj.
mid 'Mri. 'TA'bniini! liner jutT threu
brother, ClllTortt, Jnmen it ml Nonl
Miner, nil resident of TIHninook, mii'ij
relatlven mid n uret many Intlnritu
(rlmiiU mitl ncttirtiiititnris in Tilla
mook fit)' mid county, where through
Imt chool t!ity mid youth bho hn beo:i
no well nod fnvorably known.
Mrit. Knthryn ChrUtenseu unitetl
will, the I're.ibyterlnn Church of Tilbi
mook iildiic with her husbund, on Feb
8, I9U. by confession of her personal
faith in Christ.
In nddlllon to her denire itnd mn-
bltlon to prove tin upright womanly
charncter, hn.'u mid hold friends, prove
to bo n good mitl faithful wife iti.d
mother, nhe hna taken great Interest in
the ilevelopinent mill use of her musical
inclination and itttitininenti. Ity ths
memiH sho loved to be of service when
over possible, and was over modestly
anil unconsciously displaying tender
nature nnd kindly disposition.
Scarcely u week ago she was talking
with some of us atwut tho church und
Its prospect, and was hoping that she
might soon bo able to help again with
Wo' bollevo sho has ''llnished her
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course, nnu nns "Kepi mo iniin, ami
that even now is In possession of her
"crown of life." Wo boliovo sho hna
heard tho "well dono" of the Muster,
ter Lord nnd Kedeemer. nnd has en
tered Into her rest. Sweot peace.
This is thu best reason for comfort
for tho borcuved ones.
PARENT TEACHERS ASSO
CIATION TO MEET FRIDAY
Tho Paront-Tenchors' Association
will meet Friday night at 7:30 lit the
High School, for tho Bccond regular
meeting of tho year. Tnoro will bo u
program of numbers from tho second,
fourth and eluhth grades mid from the
high school. Mrs. Hurgo will present
a short puoer on methods of teaching
primary reading will demonstrate
tho method In use in Tillamook, with
u class of primary childron. Mr. San
ders will apeak on teaching Agrlcul
turo in tho upper gradea and high
school. Thoro will bo read a paper from
tho Oregon pongrcss of Mothers on
tho care of the teoth ot children, Bnd
Mr. Onthank will report tho reaulta of
the examination of tho teoth of tho
children in the local schools, which was
made late laat spring. Mr. Onthank
will also describe and give the results
of several tests of the language ability
of tho children In tho different grades.
Everyone ia invited to attend these
meetings of tho Parent Teachera' As
sociations; parents are especially urged
to do ao.
Subscribe for tuu
twice each week.
FAflftlERS AND HOME
MAKERS SHORT COURSE
Tim Short Course, conducted by tho
Extension Division of 0. A. C corno,
this year, on the .'Wth of November.
Island 2nd of December at Tillamook.
The list of speakers Is ms follows:
Anna H, Turley, Home Science.
" K II. Fltt. Dairying.
" J. E. I.arscn. Soils and Crops.
: " It. E. Reynolds, Livestock,
i " C. C. Lmnb. Poultry.
! " W. S. Ilrown, Horticulture nnd
1'lniit DUeitics. 6
These people all look part in the pro-
fram at our last short course and all
some with tomethlng good to give u.
The ibitiillnl program will be printed
D next weeks papers.
Mr. Dana of tho Oregon Journal
fitnlf, In a speech ril the O. A. C. Far
mer Week at Corvallls last winter.
laid, "The Farmers with no problems
u solve and no ideals to attain do not
ttcml such meetings as this. I be
lieve that every Tillamook farmer hat
both problems and ideals. If he does.
Oils meeting Is the place for him.
t'The farmers meetings will bo held
fn the Court House and the ladles
Meetings In tho Guild Halt of tho Pres
J Tho meetings at Cloverdale come on
the 30th of Nov. and tho 1st of Dec.
aVid itl Kchnlcm on Dec. 2nd, 3rd and
Itoy C. Jones,
IEVERLY ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT
A delightful program was rendered
list Saturday at tho school house by
tie Ueverly Entertainers, a company
of four young women who aro giving
eRtcrtalnmunts in mnny of the pro
BTfsnvo towns in the northwest. The
tence for an hour and a half and not'.
once during that period did tho interest)
Each of the young women is an art
ist, and together they form a most
versatile organization. They sing won
derfully well and their numbers on the
mandolin and guitar are excellent. The
readings and songs in costume by Miss
Seoleye, the planologucs by MUs Cald
well, the mandolin numbers by Mis
ThorKj and the guitarolo?ues by Miss
Smith were nil very effective. In fact,
each number was a hit. Tillamook is
fortunate to have entertainments of
this charncter. Without doubt, the
Huyorlys will have a bigger and a bet
ter audiencu when they come to Tilla
News Items about Statewide Industries
Improvements asd Building on
Salem, Nov. 15. Sluslaw Homo
Telephone with central building at
Florence and 70 miles line sold to Pa
cific Telephone Co.
Standard Oil Co. building distribut
ing station at Hcppncr.
Shortage of frieght cars for first
time In several years. Good sign.
Huena Vista Hop acreage being
extended and new dry-houses building.
Portland school levy reduced from
seven mills to 6.0.
Idaho-Oregon Power Co. plans lines
to Halfway, Cornueopia and Richmond.
Portland Chamber of Commerce may
divert naif its J2W.0O0 Income to pro-
Portland planning $100,000 Labor
temple. Washington and 20th Sts.
To find homes for actual settlers on
tillable land and 'liable them to stay
there should be the only interest of
the state in the Oregon California
Land Grant exchange.
Portland million dollar postoffice is
to gel onto paper at least.
Astoria-Knappa-Westport land drain
age district bonded for 137.503.
Hood River Christian
erecting $4,500 church.
Tillamook, Or., Nov. 15. 1915. -The
Common Council of Tillamook City,
Oregon, met In regular session on this
date at 7 :.'i0 o'clock p. m.. when were
present Hon. S. A. Hrodhead. Mayor,
Councilmen -John Keldson, M. Melchlor,
G. A. Edmunds, R. T. IJoals. City
Atty. II. T. Kotts, Marshal N. J. My
ers. Recorder John Aschlm, whereupon
the following proceedings were had
The minutes of the regular meeting
held Nov. 1st, and of the special meet
ing held Nov. 4th. were read and ap
The Finance Committee was given
until the next regular meeting to re
port as to the bill of the Tillamook
In the matter of opening streets be
tween Miller and Thayer Additions, it
was moved seconded, and carried, that
the report filed by the viewers
under date of be rejected, and
that a new board of viewers be ap
pointed for the purpose of opening
tenth street only, and to assess dam
ages and tamefits resulting from this
Upon motion, made, seconded and
carried it was ordered that a City Cau
cus be called for Nov. 27th, the same
to be held at the Court House.
Upon motion made, seconded, and
carried, the following Election Board
was appointed to serve at the regular
city election. Judges, Alex Watt, C.
E. Reynolds, and W. S. Hays Clerks.
E. .1. Olaussen. J. S. Stephens and R.
Scientists J w. Wataon.
A motion was made, seconded and
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Mr. llotts and Mr. Lamb, members
of the school boaid, recently spent an
entire forenoon inspecting the work of
the schools. They visited all of the
grade rooms for various lengths of
time and a number or tho High School
The sixth grade won the Palmev
ponnant this Inst week for the rawt
progress in Pennmanship. The fifth
grade camo second, and fourth grade
third. The results were very close nnd
being only one-tenth per cent diiTtr
enco between tho average grades.
Tho Curtis Practice Tests, which
wcro ordered not long ago have ar
rived and the grades from the Third A
to tho Eifihth inclusive are spending
part of tlio Arithmetic period each day
in drilling in the fundamentals of
Arithmetic. Too Curtis Tests which
wore given few weeks ngo, show that
tho average efficiency in tho fundamen
tals of addition, subtraction, multipli
cation und division ia low, nltho some
individuals stand well. Tho complete
results of, these tests will be given at
tin Hurly meeting of the Parent Tea
Tho Inst spelling test given in the
High Sohool show very much better'
results than previous tota. Out of 9G
taking the test. 58 have perlect papera
and the grados of nearly one half of
the remainder tire 90 or better.
"DROP IN AND
Millions for public improvements carried that the extra police who had
honestly expended, but not a dollar for: been employed for the summer months,
political graft is a good sentiment. be dispensed with at once.
Baker booiting bond issue for $125,- (Resolution naming streets)
000 high school. . A petition was read asking for the
T.,t luiu . d.-ir- ... installation of a street light on Sixth
. , upon motion made, seconded and car
Amity constructing reservoir for . . mn . ln..al, .
new water system. , Ap,, wa9 made that the drain
Now railroad and sawmill in Doug- I through the Harrison fill at the south
las county will add materially to tax j en f 6th Ave. East, was not suttici
rolU ar.d lower farmers taxes. j ent1y large to cirry off the water gath-
Baker California capitalists plan ' ering east of same, and that as a con-
50 ..stamp mill at Victoria mine. sequence residents in the south part of
Huker White Pine Lumber Co. pnts
in $7,000 logging machine.
Wet Umatilla irrigation ditch 17
miles long, lined with concrete.
Pendleton will pave Riverside drive
with gravel bitulithic
North Pacific -Steamship Co. nnnoun-
Miller Addition were bothered be bacK-
water. The matter was referred to the
Street Commissioner to take up with
A motion was mide that the bill of
F. C. Feldschau of S3236.52 in partial
payment of Second Ave. East contract
be allowed and a warrant be drawn in
ces purchase of steamship Breakwater ' payment of same. Tne motion was sec
to be put on run of the Santa Clara onded, and upon the roll being called,
that was wrecked recently. the vote resulted as follows, Keldson
Newport M. M. Davis promoting ' aye, Melchior aye, Edmunds no. Boals
dock and tramway on South Beach. no, Lamb absent. Total ayes 2, noes 2.
Portland will reduce overhead city 1 Absent 1, whereupon the motion was
expense .Dec. 1, $75,000 to $100,003 a declared lost.
YOST 1 oioi tit owwGt " i J tvisvsfctvu .W5"
North Bank railroad acquiring ter-, '
minals at Hood River and White Salmon.
Twenty-mile loop highway
around Mt. Hood.
ortlaud First unit $40,000 Kennedy
Aliskv estate, California, will re
build burned block in Portland.
Chemawa Indian School having $7,000
heating plant installed.
' ged at Fourth Street -ind Stlllwell Ave.
and the matter was referred to the
I Nothing further appearing at this
oeatcd i jjmC( upon motion made, seconded and
NOTICE OF CAUCUS
Notice is hereby given, that a cau
cus will bo held at the Court House in
Tillamook City, Oregon, on Saturday,
November 27th'. 1915, at the hour of
8 o'clock P. M.. for the purpose of
nominating tho following officers for
tho ensuing year, to be 'voted on ot the
City Election on December 8th, 1915,
Mayor, five councilmen and city
treasurer. Also one water commission
er from the 5th ward.
Dono by order of the Common Coun
cil. Dated this NnynmDer itin, ittio.
3 " John Aschim,
a i City Recorder.
carried, Council adjourned to Monday,
Nov. 22nd at 7:30 p. m.
The rainfall for the twenty-four
hours beginning Monday at 5 a. m.
was 2.33 inches which is ; the heaviest
rainfall registered this fall at the high
This Tuesday afternoon G of the old
soldiers and 25 ladies of the W. R. C.
gave u birthday party in honor of
Frank Severance at his ranch. A fine
dinner was enjoyed. Mr. Severance
recently underwent a successful opera
tion for cancer in Portland, and is now
on the road to recovery. His many
friends will be pleased to learn that be
is steadily recovering at this writing.
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