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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1915)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
iIC?E:3"r OjROUL-ATION OF ANY PAPER, I N TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Okijgon, Dkckmjiku 14. 1915.
The Fst National Bank
Capital and Surplus $30,000
Member Federal Reserve Bank
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A. W. Ilium
JH. C. I.ituib
Careful attention yiven to nil Hanking business
placed iu our hands.
ODD WJJ.OW HUILDI.NM. TILLAMOOK. ORK
ALEX- M'NAIR & CO.
II A KI H AKE
KITCHEN RANGES an
See Ua for Price Before Ordering Elsewhere
THE PRUDENT MAN'
IS H NEVER OUT OF
A JOB AND WITHOUT
MONEY IN THE BANK
RcprotR wrin't hrlnn- h.nA tha monoy you have oxtrava-
. - i, - ...
II.. r . i . . Imn n ic mniinu
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But tho man who banks his monoy is tho man who gains
6 confulonco of his omployor and holds his job.
Monoy in the bank also moans CREUI I ana uunri-
follow mon. . .
Make OUR bank YOUK banK.
Wo pay 4 por cent intorost on Savings Dopsits.
Tillamook County Bank
Subscribe For The Tillamook Herald.
Issued Tuesday and Friday.
i A Coolly Nt-aber of Our Pceplt Calagr.
j inJ Enjoy a Few Hoar AW Mwte.-
Wit, Haaw aM StcUkititr
Last evening about three hundred of!
.our people gathered the Prebylrl
, (Ulkl Hull Ntii) thorp, under Ik
'pice of tha Civic Improvement Club
njuved m splendid program and a fow
( hour of ocIahllity.
Ihc first number on tho program
.consisted of selection by tho McGhee
orchestra which were well received.
The rrccril nutaber wu a reading bf
i John LeUmi Henderson, from Marfa
; Twain Innocence Abroad, entitled
"The Kuropean Guide." We alwaye
look for something good when Mr. Hen
derson takri the platform and were
not disappointed In Oil case. Mr. lien-:
derton's efforts were much approclat-j
The next number 'm a vocal aolo
by Mlii Mabel Coyne. Minn Coyne has
a ect votco which I gradually Im
proving. We bespeak for her a bright
future ni a vocallkt. Her number was
i nv fourth number on the program
was a nrlccllon by thu HIkIi School
Clfc Club, which wi appreciated and
I'rpf. I. C. Crockatt of the Tllla
mook Ilkh School kvo ome Interest
Ink' and amusing reading In tho Scotch
dialect which wore well received by
A mate chorus by members of the
club rendered two very kikmI and ap
Mrs. Fred IVonnun rendered In htr
usual pIcnBlnK style a very nice vocal
solo, which was well rcreiyed.
AfUr the program those present
formed in line nndmjrhrUaround the
hall and each one received a piece of
pic and some other eatables, after
which some limo was spent In a social
The olllctTh of the club wish to sin
cerely thuiik the dllfercnt committees
for Ihu elllclent work performed in
makinc tho ntTnir a success.
THE SCHOOL TO GIVE ENTER-
TAINMENT FRIDAY NIGHT
1 n 11 m
The Public .School ami Parent Tea
Cher'a Association will ve a Christ
mat entertainment, Kridiv nluht at
r ' - - - .,' ..v.iw. iiuv.imii.uiii.
Thm will be fiumLtri on the rros?frp
fPltff AVarv rrvatilva t,t lU.. -t.- ..I I
Wiveral from the High School. Third,
fourth and Fifth gradca have rirenared
apeclal Christ maa plays, he primary
grades havo little playlets and dialog
ues. The upper grades, recitations and
special musical number ami the lilxh
JJchool music class is working up some
pedal music In connection wlth..Mc-
'Cbee'a orchestra. In addition to this.
It Is expected that there will be spclul
lumbers by talented members of the
J'arciil Tencher's Association Including
Mr. and Mrs. Koch. There will In- a
harge of 10c and 2Sc to go towards
raising a School Beautiful fund from
men rnoney will bo taken to purchase
mo additional art material for the
chool rooms and especially at this
time to go toward the purchase of a
ylctmla for tho use of the school. A
Pnc program Is promised. Everyone
New Item about Statewide Indattries
laipreTemcati aad Building on
FIRE BOYS BENEFITS
MUST STAY AT HOME. YET
THEY GET AN EDUCATION
University of Oregon, Eugene, Nov.
').- Times that In some localities arn
not so good as they might bo are swell
ing the enrollment in the corresKii)d
enco'study department of the State
University. Most of those who enroll
seek university credits toward u de
gree, and since October tho enrollment
hss been l&C.
High School students who cannot
yet come to the University because of
finances often enroll, as do school
tenchurs who win t to prepare for ex
aminations for higher certificates.
Many n human interest touch is con
tained in tho letters received:
"We havo a boy who would like
some more education but can't bo
spared from homo just nt present."
writes mi Oregon woman.
"I'leiiso pardon my envelope. I
would havo to ride ten miles to get
another, I ntn so glad you didn't soul
yours ho 1 could usejit," writes n Crook
A man who holds down a homestead
near Sheriduy, Oregon, wishes to
utilize his spnro time in the best pos
slide mniiner. and usks for courses ami
prices, "which aro nn important item,"
he says, not knowing no correspond-
once study foes are charged, beyond ul
Housewives' sometimes enroll, "to
avoid Btngniition," as nno of them put
it, and one young farmer enrolled in
an ''Introduction to Philosophy"
SURPRISE PARTY AT BEAVER
Lust Thursday evening twenty-two
friends of Mr. and Mrs F. H. McKlnley
surprised tiioin at their homo In Hea
ver. Dancing, music and games caused
thu evening to pass all too quickly. A
doliclous luncheon waa served. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leslie,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Hoy Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
KoHtlo, Misses Annio and Ruby Johr.
son, Miss Koxio Woods, Miss Delhi
Ilollmeyer, Miss Lir.rlo Erdt, Mr. Hob
ort Furknei, Mr. Oscar Johnson, Mr.
Olllu Woods, Mr. Kdw. Ureeey, Mr,
Albeit t Ki.K, Mi. Letter Forkuor, Air
Cliria Erdt, Mr. Clinton King mid Mr..
On Sunday last at High noon
Agnes Zaddach, daughter of Mr.
Mra. Fred Zaddach of Mohlcr. was
fnarried to Chas. Stephens at the Ne
balem church by Itev. Ernest Smith.
gilbert Zaddach acted as best man and
Is Ellen McKlmens acted as bride's
laid. The services at the church were
ttended by about 'AK) friends. After
the wedding some 20 friends of the
tontractlng parties gathered at the
borne of the bride where a splendid
eddlng dinner was much enjoved.
The bride Is a well known and highly
rWpected Tillamook County girl while
fife'' groom Jrn-'aweeesafiH' bridge con
tractor. They havo the best wishes of
host of friends.
THE LIGHTHOUSE TRAIL
Salem, Dec. 13. Eugene will have
Caterpillar cars on streets,
fiig shipbuilding Is proposed at St
Helena capable of building steel boats
bumpier- Hig merger plan for de
velopment of mining on gigantic scale
Final announcement is made that
total tax Itry will be $562,000 less than
Burns promises J125.000 ir Strahorn
will include that city.
City auditor of Portland refuses to
approve claims of city officials for seats
In observation car. Smoker or chair
ears are good enough for anybody. If
they want something better, they can
pay for it.
Contract let to build Florence water
Hawley paper mills at Oregon City
plan $500,000 addition increasing capac
ity GO per cent and employing 1000
Hood River has new industry, a rol
rortianu trains now run on raw
Oregon City line from Baker's bridge
Bay City Oregon Box & Lumber Co.
Bcgtnnlng Wednesday and Thursday
of this week the fire boys will be given
the proceeds of the ticket office at the
Star Theatre on those evenings and for
every alternate Wednesday and Thurs
day evenings thereafter for sometime.
The proceeds are to be used to purchase
bath room fixtures for the fire boys,
the same to be installed at the new
city hall. "The Spenders" will be
shown next Wednesday and Thursday.
at Roaeburg under way.
Woodmen of the World planning
$100,000 building in Portland.
Roaeburg Catholic Church will be re
modeled at cost of $6,000.
Southern Pacific Co. employs 1400
men In Portland with annual payroll
Vale Ben Matthiesen in six weeka
took $2200 in gold from Placer mining
on upper Willow Creek.
Planing mill in Eugene will nana
facturc baseball bat.
Powers has new school with 259
Roseburg Review states that county
officials elected on economy program
have broken faith. Remedy, compare
promises and results and vote accord
ingly at next election.
Pendleton post office shows increase
of 30 per cent.
Eugene cannery is shipping 15,000
cases of beets, cabbage and carrots to
U. S. Army. San Francisco.
SL Helens creamery now in opera- is estimated that Oregon will
tion. j spend $4,000,000 on roads In 1916.
Echo has let contract for $10,000 city . Warren Construction Co. is paving
hall. Riverside Drive at Pendleton.
l elegrapb cable la being laid acroee
The Light-housu Trail which leads
over the cape to the Cape Mears Light
House, is being kept in shape this
winter by attorney John Lcland Hen
derson, and is now in good passable
condition. This trail is now wide
enough Hourly all the way for a team
and wagon, but the bridges are weak.
However, Mr. Henderson hits made
trails around these bridges so that
horsemen can take a single horse
around without any trouble. The trail
proper is about 4$ miles long. The trip
from Tillamook to tho light house is
rstiniNted to be about it miles and is a
very pleasant and popular one for
Since last May Mr. Henderson has
worked at least 35 days on this trail,
and except for u few days work now
and then by others has done the most
of the work on it. The trail should
really be named Henderson' trail in
honor of Mr. Henderson and hereafter
the Herald will designate it as such.
Mr. Henderson is a public spirited
man and likes to see things go ahead
and done right.
By a vote of 970 to 233 voters of
Salem defeated an experimental pave
ment lien law against property.
Booth-Kelly Co. is building new
burner at Springfield.
Tian are tinder way ' ioufJ,,new"
road cutting out Pioneer Hill on road
Removal of old building prepatory
to erection of new $100,000 post office
Growers Association may build can
nery at Scio thia winter.
' A I though"! n"e rattrb'acSare' prceper
ing they are not offering'prizes to the
pedestrians who tresspass on the right
of way and thus get tbemselvea man
gled. Mt. Scott Herald.
CHIT Nicholson and Ed. Omar who
were tried before Judge Bagley
last week for burglary were found
guilty and sentenced to two to tivo
years in thu stat? penitentiary. These
young men with Carl Dennis who plead
guilty to the charge of forgery were
taken to Salem on Sunday by Deputy
Shcritl'ii Campbell and Swenson.
LARD AT REDUCED PRICES
10 lb. pails Tillamook Meat Co'b.
pure lard for $1.25 cash. 5 lb. pnilsC5c.
3 lb. pails 40c. 50 lb, cans for 12c per
"DROP IN AMD
Land For Sale
40, SO, 120 or 160 acres of the Dr. Brooks'
rauch, 3 miles south sine! Ys mile west of Tilla
mook on old Netarts road. Three ot the 40
acre tracts have one half or o'er good bottom
land which the tide, backing up through a creek
from the Tillamook River VI mile east, overflows.
There is a barn 40xS0 on one 40 acre tract
which is 3-5 bottom. There is a very good
house on one 40 acre which is V bottom, and a
school house is also located on this 40. One 40
acre which has no buildings is Vi bottom land.
The remainder is bench pasture lands (some
plowed) but mostly set to red clover. One 40
bench timber land, some grazing.
Price Will Be Right. Part Trade. Will
Will sell 40, 80, 120, 160 acres or all.
See Owner, C. B. COLLINS,
At Ramsey Hotel.
K you want to buy a good watch cheap j'ou can
do it of me. lam going to close out one half
my regular stock of watches. The sale will last
U0 days. I also have a beautiful stock of Jewel
ry and Silverware.
Prices Away Down
We Grind Agates to Order Right Here in Tillamook
A. H. HARRIS
Jeweler and Optician
In Tillamook Drug Store