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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1922)
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PA OK KOUIl
C. E. TROIUBLEY
Editor and Publisher
SuWrtptlon $2.00 lVr Uar in A.lv.mf.'
AilrrtisinK HMc Made Known I pon Application.
Say it with subscriptions.
Homo industry thrives best with homo patronage.
Grow a trarden. ASant lot, a spado, a packge of
, t"- . i n ....... a kmII liim tnf triL'K.
soe(j ana a 101 01 imuuv. yi.- ...
Bond issue came oTTnity of 8-1. Now the city
councilmen have promised to put the city on an even bettei
The Herald'? last issue, confining 12 sev.Mi-column
panes, was the largest regular edition of any paper ever
published in Tillamook county. Designed as W
paper it looks like ten or even 12 pages would lkel be
come a chronic habit with us right now.
MR. AND MRS
What wonderful thoughts come up when these two
abbreviations are printed in a news item what intense
humau interest these portray
In the country weekly, they take the one big place
in all news items, from the simple visit to relatives, to the
larger matters of human life. .
" "Mr- and Mrs." the tn'eat news item ot the unr.eive
the brineer of recollections to the man far from home,
who takes his old home town paper, and reads the items
f Mr and Mrs. and let his mind wanner oacn iu
avs when he knew the Mr. and Mrs .in knee pants, and
It'- the home town paper where the real .mi. ano
Air news items occur and to receive the home town pa
per week in and week out is to know the great happen
ings of the world, the doings of Mr. and Mrs.
" If vou don't take the home town paper, subscribe now
If you do take it, renew your subscription.
MOTOR RECKLESSNES KILLS MANY
During the vear 1921, 57 persons were killed and 2S3
injured in grade crossing accidents in the six western
states served bv the Southern Pacific Company, accord
ing to a report made public by R. J. Clancy, assistant to
the general manager.
This is a slight relative increase over the casualties
for 1920, dispite"the safety campaign of the Company.
Clancv in his report, shows however that had it not been
for the tragedv of Proberta, Cal., where 13 high school
students were killed the number of fatalities for 1921, cor
related to the number of registered automobiles and lo
comotive miles for this year, would have shown a decrease
of about 11 per cent-
In ISO instances instead of being struck by trains, the
automobiles ran into trains, primarily the result of ap
nroachine crossing at a speed so great that braking power
was not sufficient to ston automobile before hitting train,
resulting in four fatailies and S3 injuries.
In So instances crossing gates lowered to protect them
from train were run through and broken, and in eight in
stances crossing flagmen, warning autoist of approaching
trains were ran down and injured.
The Recognized Standard
Nr EARLY every field of endeavor
Jiu-) its recognized standard -one
manufacturer's ;;oods that
always loom up first in your mind
when a product of its nature is
It's true of cameras, pianos, locks,
crackers, vpeedompters, watches
and a host of other products.
And it's true of Milking Midlines.
Visit the hma of prizf wincing stock
of breeds, go to th dairy f.irms wIim
chief object N the production of I- j;t
quaii i'.ies of mill r go to the -1 -: i i J
farim r who hao. y a limited nifmbt . i
cm--: everywhere-vciu'll find the domiMit
in;; milking machine to b. the Kmpire.
' Tiplefe Information from us will
I' e you under no obligation,. Coi..
1 . sr-e hi or ask us to come out ' see
NOTIOK TO VOTKKS
List of tvglstrnr for Ti'lin" k
TIip following n.vnM pornon linxo
boon appointed nfficlnl toclstrnr for
M county nnd all petsoiw h -
not rrKitoitl ami who t.h to vote
the l'rlmaru-t on May 10, t02S. . Id
taVo mlvantn of thU opportunity to
WRiKtcr whflo the n'Rlstration IhoW
an' in tho lmnd of tho rvirltrar Tho
rocitrars will have tho book ftvtii
March lf. to April If. a period of
notnc 30 dayn. after which tho ro
KlMratioin will ho olo-usl.
Following aro tho name, procinct,
and post office.
Henry Tohl, NVhalem. N'ehatem.
T. K. Ashley, Kay ami Ktkhin. Uay
U H. Rock. Little NoMuocn. Orr-
Karl Aver, IVnlne. Itlaine. Oreiron
Goo. V. Phelps GnrihWI. Gri
W. H rhri'tcnon. NVfcowln, Or.
K L. McCabe, Clovrnlnl. Hover-
I' I). Ott, Hebo. llebo Oregon
Henry U Kin, ryean. Hayoeean
L. K. Rrodo, Samllakc. Sandlakv.
William Gilbert, l!r, llwiver. j
Oregon. , 1
J. J. Krabj. It6ekacny, Koekwy.
Oregon. ' 1
W. A. Ktnvo, UriRhton, llriithton.
G. H. N'unn, Wheeler, Whoeler. Or
II. S. 11KI.MHAI.U !
County Clrrk '
STATK OF OUKGON. I'OK
Tll.UAMOOK COr.NTV. i
In the Matter of the KsUite of '
Amanda O. Hnuxhurst, Oeceasisl.
CITATION 1IY I'UHI.K Al lD.N ' 1
To Mrs. Moll Mitchell. Mrs. Klue
Fuller, ilrs. Ie!.u Sllnes. Ar hie;
i'eniue, Haiel Vtfrry" Mtlin. t.oluie '
Curry, Ltv Curry, (jordie lorry, he.r
ind dcuiocs of Amanda P. Hu '
hurst, deceased, and to ail naron
known and uknown, mtvtsti n '
estate above amend:
WHEREAS, the ecs.-utor ot Uu 1
above enUtlel estate has fiu-u h.
petiHon in the above entitled Couit
for an ureter to sell tho rcti profvd j
bolongini; to aid estate and herein-1
liter described; I
THEREFORE, you and each of you
aie required to appear in this .ue
at 10 o clock a. m. on tho 4th day of
May, 132-', and show cause, if any
thc-ru be, why an order should not be
...Jc in -ros cause auuiuu.
ing and directing the said e.veculor to
tor cash at puouc s.ue to me hik"
uiuder, the followint, umh .
real property belonging to saul esUte,
and situate! in Tillamook v ouiuy,
Lot Two () and the Southeai nuar
ter of the .Northwest quar;j. u.
ion ly, iurttisiup I hootn o. !..,.
IU West of the Willamette Menu. an
containing oO.OO acres, more oi
llllH CliAllU.N is niaae o o: ue I
. tne iionorabie Homer Mnsuii, ij.' '
ji the above named tAurt aa j .. u
and entered, said order being dalcii
tho Hth day of February, ly--, an .
the date ot ine first publication bt.r.j,
tne 16th day of February, lyJJ, ur.
the date of the last publ.catien bui-n
Marrh 23, 1W2.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have,
hurounto tet my hand and the. nea ,
said Court on this the llth da
H. 3. HRIMHALL, Clerk of the
County Court of the btale of Oregon,
for Tillamook Couity.
By Edna L. Mills, Deputy.
.U'I1CL OF H.-sAL SiA H.I...U... .
.Nolue is hereby given, that tne
uiuej aigneu, aUinimstratrix of the
svaie ot uuOert Joun vv alt, ucccaacu,
lias tiieu in tne Lounly Court in i.t
uiiiuok Loamy, btaiu ot Oregon, mi
i.nai luijuiit as such adminiatia i...
saia esiate, and mat tno olni u.j
ji Marcn, JyjJ, at the hour of i.ju
o clock, p. m., at the Court Roon. oi
aid Court in said County nus been
nxed by said Court as the time and
place for hearing of objections to saiu
report and the final settlement thgrr
of. Dated and first published .March 2,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Robert John Watt, Deceased.
Rarrkk & Hall, Attorneys for Administratrix.
SUNIWY -MONDAY MARCH 2l7
A LA a li
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SVEKY MOVE A SUKPUteK. EVEKY SCEKS
A SKNA ntN!
"MUTT & JltFr Cartoon Comody
THURSDAY-FRIDAY MARCH 30-31
TUltSUAY-WEDNESDAY MAKCII 28-29
Miracles of the
Thiiti InMitUim-nt raptor jwvun, imk! t an-.l
tUw Mit;t'l, of Ut JuiikU'" ha.n prow t. to be
Uu mini fntorUlnlnK and Intorunllnjr . q-Ur
pluv w' have ever offt'iod If you Hum v cil
Ihrfirnl iwo intflHiiHnt.- tnrt in m't I . by
ami t lh riMunluinK numliun. ! " Intc
Uan n?vi r!
K A W A I . il !'
A tnlr of fioo love anU U-mpivstuous wooing On
tho Spanish W? of .agda';. tui Kt-aturinn .Mir
iain CooK'r and Georpv W.tNh. A romanoi of
j!tl Spain A tal of uudyint luvv aud thrilling
adventure full ot life ami fir.
'HOCUC POCUS" Snub Pcllttrd Comedy
SATURDAY A PHI I. 1
AFTERNOON MAT INEE & EVENING
I he Inner Chamber
A mat.-i pi o' m fun acltiiK anl ' " ir
A itictuiv Uiat l'fi4 jiMtiev to th- b" v fruin
which it w;i.h u.tde rTV Hlood Ki'd D tA, i by
C'harlt'i l aldwfll l)ba. Tho utmnge Mi
girl who wui thf virllin of HO.ip. it's . t,,it
that K,'t' nhr tho kin I'Vatuiing A i ' c
sujlMitd by a cwn of populnr and w .. '
in The Bell Hop
"Th.' lu ll H1" rank prh.tp.s Lan ' i'
htM and in-.t aiminin comedy, tlu tt .ne
ctuuinmiH rmir f laughter and fun w it! er.4
in "Tho Itt-ll Hop."
MATINEE AT 2:15 UOX OFFICE OPEN
-'um. Blork ill.: H ... : ;n lur, K4-!t.n if th n-r'ift th khw , td thn n.l thr thaw fur at Wat! t
i-lusivr, Blo.k -, at in tVific Ad- ic.1 lU'.f u( u;il muiui in lb Hutr rui. it mny mil, bjr !! tho T1'U"" '!
dition to Atona. ,f 'lifriiui; h.Kjld tu( t ftt-. to a4 b-- JiiJr f
And tht it would U. Wm-fl il u njjxi IT lit OUDLUKU that if agl o( wn "t the ! ? i h ( ami ni ot T1llaM t
minor that hi interest in und real kin of Mid vunor anii all pptonm in m'Tet of a4 itti c . Und, t ' In TUlaMMMk (
houid bt folil, n.l " f ,nu nfttair tfppvar U l, j HOAUUl MV'
appearing mi aj.. . s. a Tuearfav th tth IT IH FUHTIIEh r.u ....Kl.1) thai n,,. tn, .
I......,.md v. ! . r iUr u. i( . ,,,, ..jjft i)ur ,r,( (firr tMr te(w , jJti ,x tmli BJ)t,i ,92
" ' ' ,Vl ' ' ' "' a ! ' ! i v i . n , . , ' i i a!-, I t ' - f l ltp "f -t
i 1 YY '
oi Kin Li
3 Til l A m nntl mr
and 1 know you will need furniture, hence this
essage to You!
My store is cunipa-tm .ux-k-d with high-grad up-tu-daU' furniture ami furniahinf'S of all kin I'rk
cry, hardware, Htovis, ruiv, carpeLs, mgp, liiudaimns, congoleu:n, kitclu-n utensiln tile.
I sell at reasonable prices and I wantl, you'to cor.;e in and look over my stock before you .spi n 1 . F'W
jf your money; it means a saving to you.
BLOOM BROUGHT DOWN PRICES IN TILLAMOOK
Be-fore I came to Tillamook 1 know nriee.s were hirh :ml iiiwit.li. ii.i.i... ..,.i ,,i ..ii .... i r..r;..i
IN Tim COUNTY COURT OK THK
Si'ATK OF OICK(;ON J'OK THK
COUNTY OF TILLAMOOK
In thu Mutter of tho E.stato of
Harry li, Cottl;, a Minor.
Order to Show caiwci why License
nhould not b Kruiiled for Sale of
Ileal I'xoifert.y !
This matter comfiiK on to he heard
this 27th day of I'ebruary, 1022, upon
thu petition of- David Kunttli, Ouar
dian of the KBtate of thu above named
minor, whereby it appears that naid
minor is the owner of an undivided
one flixth interest in the following den
bribed real property uituate in Tilla
mook County, Oregon:
Lots 11, ID and 1G in Block M, and
lotH Ki, M, 1G arvl 10 in Iiioek 07 of
I'acific Addition to the Town of Uny
LotH 1, 8, 9 and 10 in KU:k 5 of the
original Town of Hay City,
Lot 1 and an undivided three-fourthu
interest in lot 2 of Ulock C of Cone
and Company'H Addition to the Town
of Hay City.
And a like one-sixth Interest in thu
following described real propeity sit
uate in Clatsop County, Oregon:
SB of NE Section 30, Township 8 N.
II. S. W.
Lot 13, Hlnck 1, Lots (1 to 21 in
clusive, Ulock 3, Lots 1 to 21 inclu
sive, Illock 7, Lots 13 to24 Inclusive
Ulock 11, Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive, block
28, Lots 1 to 12 inclusive, Block 36,
Lots 1 to 24 Inclusive, Illock 40, Lots
1 to 24 inclusive, Block 00, LoU 1 to
21 inclusive, Block 01, Lots 1 to 24
Inclusive, Block 02, Lots 13 to 21, in-
licioif l came to 1 niamook I know prices were hij;h and people were not at all satisfied- bu.uw W
prices were so high in the furniture line that no one could touch anything. As soon as U-ame the pi wed
(lov..i hy I rices have be.m on the decline fur over a year but did not reach Tillamook until I ',,t?' t
Lome m and g t acquainted- te 1 your neighbors about Bloom's- don't send out of town when I diainoo
boasts of ji low priced store like Bloom's.
A FEW OF BLOOM'S EVERY-DAY PRICES NO SALE PRICES
Four piece bed-room set in Ivory $1 in.00 U2-pieee Blue-bird .linn,.,- H.t . . .
'I I VI fa OiJ I2t l '
for $175.00 to 5185.00- (Jrass Rugs iKVZ $6.95:
7 - - - '
Soud Oak dining table and four leather Leather seat rockinir chairs . . . . $18 il,u
seat hardwood chairs $55 00 u u ,, .... minN'O'
)y,(i 11 the famous PARAMOUNT lWui
Lmoloumn floor covering, . ,55c per yard and up 1
w.ici, ,i ' nn , Wu t!lla' d furniture in oxehanK'' fo1' ,ieW'
"""" oc aim up . j,i
I ay attention to inv fminni HtnteniLMils an ri I
11 ' ,m(1 ul i.e what this means to you,
Bloom Furniture Go
OPPOSITE CLOUGH S