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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1922)
I MLAMOOK THE LAND OF CHEESE, TREES AND OCEAN BREEZE
PAGES 1 TO 8
TILLAMOOK, ORIDCJON, MARCH 16, 15)22.
VERDICT ARRIVED Al
IS NOW FEE MAN
Case Handled With Despach; Is First Murder
Triiil In County In 13 Year's; Other j
Court Notes. I
ACQUITTED BY JURY
LANTZ BURNER CO.
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IIinI4 the "HUUiKST AND
ItiaUT NKWgl'At'KIt IK TIU
Thta taaue la UNitiin wltn J'f.
nttmrllvp (nlvprtpnirnta M1
tore . Irfial iaur. iHu Wfc"-
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"WATCH TUB IIUKAl.n IN
IL COUNTY IS REPn.StNTED
.i- i KM TU (10 TO COUNTY
rtinu I'im.o day which
Dl'I'.NI.Nt, OP MJI.U Hl.MOU
or KOAI) SAI.Ii, HAS
NO'l ICKI) Ur KCT
OLJm AU4ITAIt RABKKTBAt.t.
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JuiuuHM, Otivtrdoi, forward.
WtUU, TUtauiOiik, forward.
MMUurwa, ItlUmook, forvnrd.
Juhwun, Uoverda Ic, forward,
Uafcnvl, 'liliamixik, ceour.
Ihrana, I luvviitalt, irtiard.
Hulk, l.llamook. jruard.
iofn. Tl lamojk, ituattl.
Kkattui, 'ftllAOHMit; K. P. forward,
llollftt, ttlaina. forward.
lauhel!, WbMir, forward.
liArsmnui, CI rt'ordal QnmiU and
Itaiir, Ti'lamook K. V. center.
Cmovtr, Titlamook I. 0. 0. P. truard
Attfuat Stoqulsl, TIU. II, l't f.turri
ToJford, WTwaior, trd.
riwk. iut-...ooV; K. 1. trunrd.
At thr rvvjueat of Coach French
Th Una d HjiiinB editor ha aclf.t.
d tin above all atar tram from
am.mR '.h bwt playora in ihv cunty.
t m rrnch' intention to pit tlnr
wo tr4oa afcainal ouch other n week
'rom .Saturday night at TilUmo-ik, th
m rod of inn iraino to ko towanla
Ipfrnyinf: the aspenaea of n county
Uie field dny for nil county t;ram
nor, hltih cha ml lndnponilunt
The indiH-ndnt jtluyora iianifKl
tbcivtj ar rnuoll to meet at tho
High S-hool Wcdnctdny niuht for n
work -out If yu cannot couio kintl'y
will word wiUioiit fnll to Tho Homo!
Wiilch T)v Herald no.xt wook for
ull parliculara of thi lili; KW nott
Mra. A. I- Jcfrica nml childton.
"lupins, Lillian and Janti loft for I'ort
laud Monday morning to Join Mr. Jof
'rie. They Intend to make their
ANOTHER MILL IN PROSPECT
. 110 US ItS OCCUI'lHD; NKW
Jiltli2 OPENING; MOItK
"On to Uartbnldl," m.'iu to be thi.
j.ofcan tfliu unya.
iln 10c vpuitui): of the bi mm
i viiuiaitay, reporu ot the purcliaic
j. toe iinunuy rutlrond by the uic.v
..u.tiit'iii ii mi ixoruiurn 1iiciik inter-
mIiu hid lumur of anouivr 0.
.u..ii,U u iiutmiiK of the pronpi-ci
for fitiuthor uppropnatton fur harbor
tiviuiupiiium, every jKiraon wiUi an
i. ye l the luture l lookini; fynd.y
.u.iiu iiunbitlai. j
Virtually every house and store'
tianuiiiL' I'Hhor occupii'l now or '
.i'cri nptunn tin. tune when the biK
..... ujuni up in full bin st. New J
ukiiiom noose are ojieiiuiK uj, new
imnnicu boini; jihiUtieil nnu it eitiiib
.i ..v oniy ii nort time nhend when
ailudt will be rated u the eouml
. truUHiK point in th!county.
'i here are those who are of thu
apiaion uisi in the cuurte of tune
nnd they place this time at any.
where from MX months to two years)
Uaitbnidi will be milking with Tilln
.noi k in point of population.
Should another big mill locate there
and indeed there is a Kroat possibil
ity of thi, then Garibaldi will have a
payroll second to none.
Kvwitually all lumber cut here will
shipped by water :t i.s the on y
o.cnl tiling to do- and Garibaldi of.
.'or everything to he de.iircd in thi.-.
The Whitnoy mill oponcd up with
a crow of about 300 men on Wednes
day. At present the mill is cutting for
U own consumption, the mil pro
i'rty coiixumin larire iiunntity ef
dankiiu; anil timbers in preparation
or tho full opening of tho bij; prop
Work at ldaville on the railroad is
eiiiK ipewled up. The road is beint;
bullante.l and graded and bridjies and
'tilveiU liut into shape. The steo
pun over tho Kilchis has been com.
Win. Martin, who rcently t-ok
NEW ADS IN THIS ISSUE
E. J. Baertlcrn Auto Repairing Auto Section,
riillamook Garage Giving prices of Ford cars
City Tire Shop Vulcanizing Auto Section.
Tilianiook lire Co. Service Station Good buys in
tires Auto Section.
Brown's Service Station Introducing McClaren
tires Auto Section.
Central Service Station Puncture Proof Lee Tires
Dr. Howard Chiropractor service.
Tillamook Hotel The city's largest hostelry.
Tillamook Sheet MeTal Works Good news to home
Pacific Telephone & Tel. Co. "Service Talk."
Oregon Agricultural College Homemakers' Con
ference. 0. V. Badley Tractor Co Cletrac tractors.
F B. MeKiniey Building lots on installment plan.
Other interetsing ads in today's issue.
Haltom's full page "Sunny Smile Sale" announce
ment Usual location, first section.
Moms bcitnal telling of a wonderiui Raincoat buy-
Reeher furniture Co. Featuring Colonial ranges.
Tillamook Mercantile Co. Announcing 10 per cent
off for cash.
Tillamook Battery Co., Burkhard,the plumber, Snod
grass, the shoe doctor, E. G- Anderson, Gem
Theatre and two score other interesting and
worth-while store and business announcements.
HERALD ADS YIELD GOOD RETURNS
BOTH TO READER AND ADVERTISER!
ver one ofUie stores at Garibaldi,
a very optimistic and 'ooks for tile
-inie to come when "Gary" will be
TUB town in Tillamook county.
V.. 0. Hodges has sold his interest
n he Star restaurant here and cast
ii lot wjth Gnribaldi. He opened up
i i.stnurant there this. week. A
dumber and sheet metal works mnn
as in dwn this week nnd announc
ed that he was on his way to Gnri
aldi with an idea of locating. It is
aid that another bij; Komral mer.
ha inline store is to open there in a
To Hold Gaities
Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Phelps and son
Shades from East Reviver, were in
the citv Monday.
One Thousand Extra Copies of Herald
Distributed This Issue
One thousand additional copies of tins issue are be
ing dibiributed throughout the county today.
This is done with only one oojoct in view-to por-
more Home 10 ikcuiuu iitiinmv.
, and in the nopca
mil one thousam
with Tillamook's leading home papd, aim in uic nop,-,
a a ioo ilv portion who receive these extra copies
1 ee f t tb enroll their names on The Herald sub-
seription list and become sieauy miuino.
1 The Herald as it comes to you now is one of the
.leanest and best papers in all the state. Certain i is
u I W8 u best paper published in this coun ty o
uu. Mihtnu . ' K, MJlirf,s !U.n ksued weekly
11 111 LUlilM .
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him nnv oinei
tiav rrom eigi
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ia". !imt we respecuuny u.m .iiu
Some of the exclusive Herald features are:
A live-wire aporting pnfje.
,-B-U-N-K, by the Cub Reporter.
lAuLoEnrey,Sectio,t (t bo issued f.et,uently).
The best uociety co'umn m the comity.
These features alone make -.m attractive home pa
noiJi tcrest ng to father, mothor, a ster, brothci ho
Kinail Sd tho whole family. Added. to these Ihe
Herald has a really creditable local news page; a well
written editorial column, farm news, more interesting
store news than any other paper, a live V. ant Ad col
umn and news of the churches and school.
New features are contemplated ; in fact two are to
be introduced shortly. You will want to read them each
The Herald wants to be of genuine assistance
to it's readers. If there is some bit of information that
you want write us. If you have news of interest to
other readers of this paper, send it in, we will sureely
be glad to give it space.
Last week we added 19 new names to our rolls; this
week we have added (at this writing) over 25; may
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next week? Write, telephone or call, if you wish, our
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We are confident that you will like The Herald
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Herald in 1922."
Thij Tillamook Guornscy breeders
are making extensive reparations for
the holding of the Guernsey Gaycties
here, on June, 13, 14 and 15.
Last year the Gaetles, an annual
o.'ent of state-wide proportions, vas
'io d ut Astoria. James Williams, I. G.
Lance and County Agent Pine attend,
ed and suecessfu'ly"bid in" this year's
affair for Tillamook. To make good
their boast that "Tillamook would
'.rent them right" the local Guernsoy
"luh i.s bending every effort.
Tentative plans for the entertain,
.went of the visitors include a bh
banqucnt on the first evening, a trip
of inspection to one or more of the
cheese factories as wo1! as the visit
ng of every Guernsey farm in the
Committees have been appointed
and are now actively engaged in com
ulctiiig the program. Uusiness men
hould assist in the entertainment of
hose lovers of pure bred cattle when
'hey come here and it goes without
tying that they v ill.
HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
Students receiving 90 or over in all
Kowena Hansen, Wanda Hiiltom,
Ho'in Jordan, Marie Messersmith,
Catherine Smith, Veda Smith, Rolotta
Watson, Muriel Wiley, Esther Mills,
Ueatri'.'o Sheldon, Joe Maxwell, Ilia
Davidson, lluth Gould, Lucia Wiley,
Ceo Husk, Carvis Art rip, Kenisth
Malum, Paul Powoi und Arline Hayd,
Last week Tho Herald added 10
new names to its subscription llst;thi,q
week wo huvo nlrcsdy added 27, all
but two being now readers. Ti'lamook
County folks appmUta Uv-Wtf
Tho representative of the LanU
Oil Burner Co. who left here about
ten days ago on a contemplated sU
weakA' journey Ut Bagtern and South
ern stats,retumed to Tillamook Mon
day with glowijf smiles having nccom.
plithed their objective in Portland
and not being forced, to go to the ex
pense of making the Eastern jaunt.
At an informal meeting of the
tockholders of the company held
Monday night Tillamook wag given
its first intimation of jut what was
accomplished. In speaking of the
'losing of the deal Mr. Burr Beals
aysr "The plant in Tillamook will be
placed in operation -as quickly ag
the balance of machinery can be in
stalled whih is now in transit."
"The sal0 h one of the largest tran.
ractions that has taken place in Tilla
mook for some time and involves a
tr.e return of $500,000.00 to the stock
holders of the LanU Oil Burner Co.
'r five for one on the money invested."
The Herald was the only Tillamook
i-wspnper to give the home folks any
rtiaiation that this important deal
was contemplated and it now voices
t's approval of the actions of these
f-.r-visioned business men who have
rought another payroll to our healths.
The present plant has an output of ,
-nbout 100 burners per eight-hour day,
vorking eight to ten men. It ii pos.
; ible that three shifts will be worked,
hus enabling thom to turn out 300
"Tiers every 24 hours.
' rort-'on of the burners will be
-isu'actured by contract at some
omt in the East to expedite delivery
o Eastern and middle west poins.
NEW MEEING PLACE.
Friday's meeting of the American
-(j'nn brought out a large attend
" e Several speakers of state and
-' n ite addressed the legionares,
-es 'y cni'yable boxing and wrest
"ng proirrsm was presented and
"tit st rved.
"Ti' I'-a! post is p-oing by leaps
nd b'inds. Meetings are held a'ter.
-Velv r.t the different towns in the
unty with the idea of making it a
-outy wide proposition.
The Woodman hall has been secur
ei for future meetings. Some inter
esting meetings are being planned.
CHARLES A. ELLIOTT DEAD
Mr. Charles A. Elliott who has been
ill for about two years died Thursday
morning at his farm home near Til
lamook. Mr. Elliott was 63 years old.
Funeral services will be held Sun
day at the Presbyterian church in
Tillamook and buriel will b in the
Bay City cemetery.
Holders Under Test
Prof. S.. A. Pinkerton of the Uni
versity of California Dairy Farm of
Dais, Quiornja .arrived luro last
Thursday evening with instructions to
put another four day special test on
Jatiis of Sequoia and Rex'a Daisy of
Tillamook, tho two Guernsey cows
belonging to the Cottonwood Farm
owne dby Edmunds and Fitzpatriclc
These two cows are both making
bis records Hnd each of them bids fair
U brek the double letter records in
clawed AA and EE.
They are attracting attention from
In endow nil over the United States
t-nd it will bb. u big boost for Tilla
County if Mr. FjUpatrick suc
"ds in puling them at the heads of
their respective classes. Janis of Se.
quota is now. milking on her 13th
month and is still milking from 34 to
33 pounds daily with an average teat
better than 0 per cent She will finish
r test on the 9th day of May while
OaUy frill not finkk her yew wtil