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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1922)
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TILLAMOOK HKIiVLO. ni.LAMOn.. .'KH.i'N .M Vi' "
The Week's Round-Up of City and
County Happenings and Personals
Mrs. Aiuia P, h.-i i,v! '
the pnrt li1 f'. .11 Ii. .. !. k ..'.t
With hi i v n i.corgf and Jc-e
Thursday morning tor Aberdeen W n.
wiiem abc wul make her home.
I ,,..vn and
li.c. l "reuse
lv 11.1111 O
t.. t.iiMaom tet ri.uay mon
. i.n., w iuu.i uio v.Mmi
Mra, Com forth of Rocaw.y w;.j-
Cass w ho has m
i'lim V I W aTv ss .
In our city Wednesday on n akippinjt (
Mr. C A Kerns rnt to Petri Vnd
n batia She will rvtnrn in a few
J. R. Simonton of BnrAon
C. M. 1 1 Valley unci W. C. Hamil
tott of Ansreles are registered
at U Tillamook HoUt.
Atfce Ton and Air. Kerle wre
stag passer (ten to Portland Thurs
day. H. V Allry of Nehalem was in the
eHjnty i'st Wednesday.
J. B. VVilk of Orenco and G. R
Ednr of Garibaldi c rejriateml at
The Hotel Netherlands Tuesday.
bVsn Buru.., K A",o awl V:c
Huddlestrm sP f Brighton and J.
at U Todd Hoil Wedriav
HUM. A. K.
in tar jo aim tfculmr-m-itivv .Mr.
im tflra, At vat rviurnert to nor
mH m Portland r'nuay morning.
St. Aiban's hpwcopu U.ww "ll
MK a c oi women and inmirens
uivtwi o r riuy ana tturo April
, 9 al aufc-hn Urv.er Mote,
i run reasonable.
The Church of the Nnsntene ha
steaded to their pastor a ait tor an
other year. Ut tho call has not as
yet beou accepted.
Lee Cooper of biai.ie, was in the
county aval las: ruday.
Luies wc nn irc.j now in.
i lUi.iijiloii . A4v.
4. . liugbe of Korcat Grovr,
waa seta on our strecu Saturday
Stag pa.tnan) for PorUnnd SnU
f onlay were. A. J. HauKn, U u.
i iiers. Mr. and Mr. Setton ami Kv-
Ifanen of Kookawny were regisicrcu
ai ine looa noiei ranrauv. ; k'.tfci
The unnul lreabytwrtan dinner will K u g. AmJ htUc
SJTrfrjrri R-lph and Manuel. Ii S.tr.
mil. 4'tarvii ..'ui, . w -ww .
and brins your basket.
!d;'.v mormnit for Nehalem to join
ir 05 Ker. . M ...i vum thv will mako
The ittie daughter of Kr. and .
Mm. French who h been ill i lm-
Georpe Williams it recovering from
an attack of the flue.
Chester McGht tfr. U very ilt
-ith the fin.
Dr. L. B Blanchard oi Portland,
wi in the connty scxt Thunu.Uy.
U. S. King upertindnt vf tho
Southern Pacific line in Oregon -
a Tillamook Ttsitor Wcdicsday
Hn. Leslie Hamwn and children
left Friday momina1 for Brijthotn to
visit Mrs. Harrison's moihf r Mrs.
Mrs. F. R Rcnfro and swis Lloyd,
Curtis, and Robert returned to thir
hom m Garibaldi Friday mirninj?
They have been visiting Mrs. R. T
Robert Waist returned to hia home
in Garibaldi Saturday.
S. W. Unbauirh pot office mspec-ti-r.
waa in our city laM week
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. RuHner went
to th metropolis Saturday to vwit
Mr. RutTner's folks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cartsle spent
the week end with their dnuffhter
Mrs. I. C. Dennis of Whoeler.
Mrs. C. M. Qumn returned to her
home in Timber Saturday. She hns
been visitinK at the Rosa Chibott
hoin for the past two weeks.
Miss Esther Munson spent the
week end ith friends at Nehalem.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith went
to Garibaldi Jliturday where they
spent a few day with Mrs. Smiths
brother Charlie Reuf.
Dollar Week Dollar Week Dollar Week
Make y i A -i i V. duty next
week at ! v' - t i .ui .i:--. Uil times
Spring Ba-ir.t . :.-.-!!- .t t just as does
the human .t- ni r.-i- a tMi.ie in the Spring
time. As a .-timum.- to hj-iness, which how
ever, is far better than anticipated, we are
offering a number of extraordinary values
for this our Big Bargain Week Sale.
MILK PAIL $1.00
An opportune bargain. Made of good grade material.
Capacity 11 quarts,
VACUUM VASHER, $1-00
The Rapid Vacuum Washer uiaen waih day easier.
Not a pounder but a real vacuum washer. Every household
should have one. For dollar wotk, each $1.00
LARGE CLOTHES BASKET $1.00
Split wood, large i-ize, clothe- basket, pt-ciid for dollar
week at $1 00
WASH TUBS $1.00
Large galvanized wa-h tubs. A wonderful buy.
OTHER DOLLAR EARGAINS
Hol(l-fal baby plates.
O'Codar I'o'ish Mops
Oil Color Window Blinds
Quart h:ich trade Kamel, al! colors
One pattern genuine cork linoleum.
Res. 11.25 wire dish drainer.
Pyrex Making dishci.
Jiirdinniersseveial different sisses and ahape Omnrn.
ental and useful.
CO?iB!NATION DOLLAR WEEK
Rolling Pi.., Flour Sifter and Mixing Bowl
All for $1.00
One 0x4 Drip Pan, One 7x8 Drip Pan, One
Cake Tin, Tu o Pie Tins, One Muffin Pan
All for $1.00
CKHMT-YKSJ HXCHANGK.S GLADLY
PHONK ORDKItS -SURKLV
Vf.thr.rh,ni this weekl wen,.'
J - flmnfn, Fnnk Wortl.lnifton and
poh;,;;;',. MrH-01,0 my m
Tom Rounk went to Portland Tuos.
dv on the Htae.
i-onover & Conover havo
Tlicini wi'l bo an all-ilay nioutlnjf
' Tilliimook .Jursiiy fSittlu Club held
"I. tint hoin,. of Morrison MIIIk on
Thiiradnv 23rd, 11122.
You arc urgently refloated to bo
nrosent. A liaHkut dinner wil1 b(t ser
ved Do not f.-nret the dale and conic
'wrlv Let ih i-ndexvor to nrtiko till"
iii'utinir wo' Hi while, b-ith for IhikI
m-n anil so-lallv.
HOSK CUAWFORI), Sec'y.
mn , r
m t Furniture Co. I
Bf "j:KUYTiu.r; to fukmsh thh no.Mir r
nf; O Do,,ar Wt! o"ar tcl Dollar Week Dollar Week
John IV Hutu wnn n m.iko iviss
eiiKor lit Kiultiy to Newborv
1'V Krvik of Portland ivitis
tensl at the Hotel N'etheilnnd l'r
day of last week.
Mrs Clay Daniel from M ' er
was in the city Inst Friday.
Mrs Grace Hurmoaicr of M,-Mei
was recuterHl at the Tillamook ho
tol last we"k.
Netta Tompselt wh comes f-on-Twm
Roi-ks w ns a business iito
Mr. DelVniunc of Portland was
a lntsliuv- visitor lat week
A. U Shirley and T C. Bennett
won stoj jmssenjjeis to Port'and
last Fndnv. t
W F. Onldwol! left for P.itlan.l
Friday on a bust - trip
Mm It. N'lirer i'ew. " '''
Portlaml W'edned.i .te f Iiei
dauprthei. Jvilia, who he in that it
A number of people friin Nihalem
were in Ti'lnmook 'lWda to a!
tend the funeral of Mildred IY.1. n
Spring vacntlort is here an.) seM-ral
yotina; folks of Ti.imok who ate
nttendinp O A. C are sp-ndin: th. n
vacation at their parental hooies
Those we have seen fn t-i the l
town are: Miss Beulah Roger. Flirn
est Fonl. l.owe'l Kdwanls, Trever
Hare and Henry ltiK-hIer
Mrs. A. K. Case of Portland is w.-oi
in Mrs. Art t"e of this -itv
Mrs. Tumdre of Mill City ha
visitin her sister Mrs Vidito thi
Mrs. Ackley returned to her hum
in Portland Tuesday morning She
Hus been visitine. her daughtet Mr
Wtl'iama. Mr. and Mrs. Vane H Seel, '
Portland are receivhie rongrat'ila
'ns on the nrriea' of U II ri'i 1
'a'tphter born to them Man-h r T.
a.bv will be named HeUv Jsn- M--i
Seety was formely !" r'lwi 'n
-rent daughter of Mr ami Mr
Mrs N'olan went to Port'and Wed
nesday to spend a few weeks visiting
her children in that city
M'ss Laura Price T!rV -.k
oent Wednesday with her folk !
Mrs. M. B. Chamberlain of ,?..
Francisco was in Tillamook Mon-la. t
on business. t
Mrs Amy Pratt, sunertendent a' ,
the Boals hos-ta! left the f-M rar- ,
f the week for Port'and t .vr.-n.t !
the GrUnd Onera and also to wvt--elstives.
Wh'h there h,. ! .-'.'
it the Imperial hotel. i
' Mr and Mrs J. M. Kidder of ",.r 1
1 'bnlili Ure the proud pare-nt of n i-
Sorn St. Patrick's Dnv Mat h 17-r j
ThVma HcKver who ha been at
'he Boals hospital hns returned t.- her
Mrs. Alice Sargent, a former T'
Ismooker, who has been visaing le j
'Slighter Mrs. KeMnw of Heho 'o
'Ke rast two months returned to her
vome in Oregon City Wednesda morn
FrtmW Bunch 'went to ,1'ortUnd
Wednesday morning. j
W. G Jordan of Brighton stnppo.1 i
n our rity Tuesday on his way to '
tiarry Miner, son of Dave Mi I of
Yellow Fir. who is at the Boals hos
pital is setting along nicely.
Lewis Fleek of Yellow Kir V...I hi.
! thumb crushed Inst wi-ek and had to
have the nail removed.
Hear the concert at the Gem Theatre
April 2nd, given by home Uilent.
.N'orman J. Myers, formerly at thi
' "TV. but nciU' lit Pnrtlnn.l i. .
it the home of hs son Robert and
feeting many old friends Mr Myer
was city marshal of Tillamook ' for
everal years and served as a useful
itizen in many capaitie whi'e Ijv
Alvin D. Wick, traveling pn n
g'-r agent for the Southern Pacific
f i, was in town this week, meeting
'ir business men. Mr. U'irk r-,...i
i "hat a special rate of $5 00; Portl-nd
, 'o Tdlamook beach points and ret irn
would bo given durin" the l)-?ach
1 on months. He tate I that a little
i Vgher rate would be made between
Portland and Ti'lamook and return
Big concert Sunday afternoon April I
2nd. Don't forget the date.
Hear the Tillamook Band at the I
Sunday Toncert April 2nd.
Mr. Fred C. Tftiker went to Kugene !
on Saturday to visit her daughter nd I
-on-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. le M j
Trav., and will remain there for
evertil weeks. I
M-s. If. U. Casher of f'anada .s in j
' l'imo'k visiting her daughter Mr
'""m-'m ,K"ihm- She visited her -on
it Ililsboro before coming here '
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Beals have re. !
turrid Vrom I'ortland where thev I
nan gone on business, and while there
they al,o visited their son Roland
who is attending Hill .Military A'V
Mr. A. A. Pennington who has been
confined to his home with tonailites
is imnroving ratiidly.
K T. Haltom is on the sick 'ist thi
week, but is rapidly recovering and
vill s-.on he back on the iob.
'o .1. Conner frinn .......
m Tillamook Saturday.
Mr. find Mm. ft. v t.m w...
1 ortlnnd were registered at the Til
, lamook hotel Sunrhiy.
I Mrs. F. H. Mobbi-c
i h. r. Jones who has been visiting
. here Jor so ie time with friends left
for his home in La Grande Tuesday
If. Wilkes ami 0. Collet went
. ' ioi ik on tiiiHiness Tuesduy.
H. A. Fit-matriek of Mohlo
iriamo-,k n Monday.
0. Lunily of Portlaml was in Til
lamook bnd other near by towns look,
ing over the country this week.
Key. o. L. Dark left for Salem
luosday to attend a meeting of the
District SupertiniientH .ml Hlslmps
ami group leaden of tli, Salem .list-
nml U . W. C itten.ler Jr. of Seattle
were registered at the Tillamook hotel
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Scott of Seaside
were in our citv Mnndav.
( It. McCoullogh who comes front
aioioi e ty was In " llo,ww.i.
Oltl'AKTM I n I
mm pa m H li tiiia
iwrt 'P torn' irmi aaa
312 DEPARTMENT STORES
1 11.1 AMOOK. OKI-CON
, t l HF NtEDLtSb 1TNANC1AL SA. ,.lt K l-S YOU MAKE WHEN YOU
, NOT 'TAKF THK TIMK" OK AK K DISINCLINED TO LOOK AROUND
'lTTtEBEFOKK YOU MAKE YOUU NECESiiAKY PURCHASES OF
I EhSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD THINGS? IT IS NOT ALONE A QUK5
T10N OF SAVING MONEY BUT ONt. Ol SEC UK ING QUALITY AND
SERVICE THAT IS INVOLVED. COMPARE OUR VALUES WITH
Smart Styles Btauiifully Made
i iU' i'
that fhou the !H'vft
trimmiiiir of xilk
colored f l.tiua .
.t ' smart drawes
: Mtutts in hiinlsom?
embroidt'O'. braid, bright
; ,,ilt. oj'p.ujUf rMibt-oidt'fV.
i a t
Fim- Puiii t
sal? other.- are unUfit.d
Exceedingly popular and priced only
See TJi Dip!hyi
i : hT - h.i-1
rial. Some Uave
. .f ir ribbon belts;
IlH 1 U Is.
Men's Work Pants
Real Service at Low Prices
in liu m.iktnt: of J. I Penin-y Co. M. Work
rwib fUtniK' thnaiiu' nmt?nalM jhh Mtful
Hurkiuaiuilup m wjicti that we mny -" r o,ir
euMiMiien tht bwt pomiblo vnltiun i, i,,,
l4tre quantity bu mjj for our H 1 2 Wji . ibles
u to tjuoU iicfi that aAstii'i? you - o .cita
nitjn Cottmmda Work. Put, dark v ma
i urea, ttwute wtth ru-avy drill pocki .: , au
uutitiitiig. aii Uij) tl waiib lo juuvont t t t jj
i.iy. i iy, 5ii.8u, sLUtt
5ion Honvy WctH'Itt Cnasimcro And KcfKjr
ork 1'nut. brown and ray miMui- matic
uiut heavy drill puckftiiiftn and tnitm , a,l
uijtu M um. to pi v i nt ripping.
$2.b8, $3..j, v..9a
Moils Corduroy Pauls, m. iu of (litli ' liht
drab cortluroo two nip pocket, bull l" tan's
or piaiii Oottom.n, uipim cnttt tu provt n' j ,iij,
cut full nit
$2.98, $3.)8, $4.98
"WITHOUT A SMILING
rACE DO NOT
. OMn A MERCHANT
,i an old Cbine?r provetb, For pictures
ijueiiess, sh'ewii com. i-.d serine and pene
tiatitiK vision, tie h.-.- excel
A smila, a kijul word, a sympathetic
nelpina hand, cou nutliini;, they unlusrk
trie gates f untold happines and success.
Without these human quaUfscatumn.man,
indeed, shotttd not become a merchant
Servica a expreMd by salespeople woo
mil, who are courtcoua, attentive, effi.
cant, who render helpful aitnre to
their ustoraars, is an oft-mentioned chara
cteristic of tht J. C IVnnty Co. store
Wc strive to be worthy merchants.
A 'id wt shall endeavor to deserve your
SI' KING HATS
"boniue Crvjjt" fettrc hu
oi our fumou5 "Marathon" line.
Good qaulily felt, silk lined,
witn tafft?ta band.
Men will find t xcuptiunal va-
in Ci'nuuu' Cowhide Ikdt
...re. Black ami brown leather
with tongue or .slide buckle.
49c, 69c, 98c
HOUSE DK Easts
dainty, Ii;ht i
titiinain House Ukv
muiKiy niatle in variou
ciifchM and many beati!.
u-nift are here in giea'
unco for vou.
i-vcry dny more women aie
nvndinj; thcmsclvca of tins won
derful opportunity to obtain
these desirable gnnncnU nl ouf
low pticc of
Have you seen oui
iihmiL? We'd like to .-li-tli'se
- inn i.aii;ii iiain opp inMi.vi-
went to the
"hler was in
itd uoiily of netti 1 m seel
Potal'ii-1. They cook up a ie, pruct
wa'ly b ight pii.of and are big yieldor
Ileiiutiful in-'v I'o.its for Spring
Mrs. Louis Webber died WedneUuy
afternoon at the H'rtd Hospital, in
f'uensa and peritonitis was the ejus;
f her death.
Kunend servlcoa will be held Pun
day t I o'clock at the Sacred lltnrt
Mrs. P. At I'iachbwker went to
P irtlnnd Morula morning.
Mr. and Mrs. lUlpb McUanols, of
Tillamook, Spent Monday visitinK in
J I". Hay, of Portland, was in the
county sent on business this week.
Mrs. A. J. N'yo anil daughter Hir-
,;ni' returned to their homo in Port
'and Monday morning.
S. Arnold, of Sheridan was seen on
the streets Sunday
Mr. and Mra. P.K. Ilurko, of Hay
City spent the week end wlUi Mr.
Hurkc's mother, .Mr. Mary Mossnur
of this eity(
K. L. Ahcd wont to Holding Mon
STKTSON HATS -I'linnington's.
On ariotmr page a lypographi. al
error occurs i the tid of the illo.-m
I unuturo Co.
Ko- k.ng chairs nru riuoted at
up. It shuud read 113 anil up.
Charles Jerome Chuff was born
at Portsmouth, Mngland on .Vh.rch t
2th, 1K-10 aiul departisl this In. ui I
til arrook on March ZOth UTi Aged j
f yean: It months and U6 .f.iys I J
Ho joined the Kngllsh Navy i,t tile '
Ke of lit years and came to the i
t nle. States in the "S,xities."Wh.e I
he followed the srti for many years ' ?
oi.i iiUi i,r, 01 i, is innrnage lo Mm
Nellie Carter at Po..i,,l(, 0,Kun;
lo this union wo children were born
m J, . i . """!' 11 I'liniiek, and
Mi:. Nellie McDonald of Heiaile, 'n
He was a mnmber of the Odd .-,..
ow lodge for mure then r,D yea is and
became a iiumibw of the Masoni.
Lodge on June mu I HUH. Ilotnles l,,v
wo children he li'avio .. looting
.n these two lodges ti mourn his dc
parture, toitethor w'i bin friend-,
ntMl neighbors In Tillamook.
Alex McNair & Co.
NVe are lleadtitiartery
GARDEN TOOLS AND FARM
Sr: U for I'rice. Before Ordering EUewlicre
Wide variety in Stunt
ran now trive vou
fiflOH FULT HAT nt $3X0 or $G,00.
Pennington's AdV, v.
lUpaind While You Wait
trial will ceiivlne
.... , ,,,,
orKiiiaiiKhlp, Parcel post given
itALPii a. unwAiuis
P. J. WORRELL, Prop.
A Thoroughly Modern Fireproof Hotel 0n'X
on the European Plan.
Hot and Cold Water
In A L fJarte McalH
In tho City.
Convenient, Comfortable, RoiiHonublo Ami