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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1922)
I ILLAMOOK THE LAND OF CHEESE, TREES AND OCEAN BREEZE
"T It ' Pnper That
W.tch TIm HWaM
TILLAMOOK, OREGON, MARCH 30th, 1922
ROAD NECESSARY TO TIMBER MEN
the Wilson River
Must Be Built
Kamh.ll 1 as . GAIT! ES TO BE
narrow Escape I
In Auto Spill
iV.fw a rri NMhr, ,
puh thu railroad iH,u to th
- " fl SM
Wli!e .m In. t ('..rtiitid M(.n
"U. 0. A Randall had ft nr
rw and muKBluu oarapi. from death.
Al-it a mil from Yellow Kir U- 1 250
nn ui car trm-k oft mm) ml went !
"vrr eiHluuikmt-nt turning
' l.rV, & Wlln.llv Itivcf
. . .,Hlrll"tr. Within
I wilt Ih vflue the
...... I. I
... h.ch lh lln. ; h.M, ZZLll " "lU" rn- Hnnli.K Mr.Rnn
Utx t! I tl .
Iho fort-0W' flr,t , ,! jjj
Ahd kmy ,nt ra.rn fully (l
furtitnl lll, Up t., thrmtiiut ,r,,, t
HELD HERE ON
JUNE 1, 2 AND 3
For First Time
tctl ' -' '
TV 6' '
JtBt r , .
hnt hcrti demon-
B t Charlei Don-
t the .S'wutwun I'rt
. 'bnt Fariflr and
' - ihI their m inn
l A Wltwxii Itnn
'! aan tlio llltnlf rittfll
' 1 -lm !itt would lc
'l r. tlur lluatlfh wip
. f ttbntlins limU-r
. Mr lMinly, run.
'4 rfkt ihr rrwir
" lh 114,000.000
. S -Mhwrj, I'arlfir ,y,
In Ort;ti ain
'4rl wilt cht) fat f
' mtM' Imi ttritioJ
. 1 " Ami (WO fr ,
! .! t(jt ttml (avr
' iihwtttl the Vrhf
' n--xl Ail 0 U
' . -MMtMn," l.
' ' by thr tVntjol
niMity property by
" f Onp-rt Anirrlmn
1 ftn lh rirrvUliik"
A WlUon ItUrr
ROAD 10 GUI III
ON PORTLAND RUN?
Wlwrn (in rwiMiK-d ronf ioinn.- hr
'til Ule rttrtmv II- tw
r r its by but withf v0il. Pin-
.1! by rthkm hoUl at hrnnehm
h- ..irtwiiy, wlH.r Mr, .Maitin tJi
.v - .,.r man f 'll'lamook f.umj him
' l-f.-uiflil htm nrjj in totvn.
Hr ufforwl no iuJwHe nxcnptlm: n
h'! tpmirimJ miVIh lt fflrwlnly
'' k fWrnril uroillcamoiit for
VIIT()ltS TO lOL'K TI1K
PUN RUM ENTERTAINMENT
An uu ndiumt (. -i l. uhuhk
(tvttx mittuAtl uiri .r., u. i k.
Olt that lUi Uir ,.f rW
monUta Tilii.B..V Mil Im rfa by a
fit hour tio.ctr if,n rftr U
ami tram l'u t aiW. 1
Wul, iJk a. h MMt) twr at hand
RNil with the iumberian tndiUUy a
UIHK Tmal cmmIiUMM Ul any A.
lhlnr ut Uk .r.-babiity of ibu larri.
loty Uiiie rrl AttdW rail lino,
it og!il obj Uat Uut Muu ..n ihf
I.OCAI. (JLKK.VSKV C LL'II HAS
KLhCilON OF Ol FICKIW
Virgin Spruce Mill
Is Culling Again
June 1, 2 and 3 ire the aU- avl
lor tho ljuviiuoy (iiticn, which will
bu Hold In Tillamook County on thole
uui. Inn nnnouncvmunl un maav
uy ckUirn Held man, h. l tetutvr
I Morris 8-hnl, a locnl elothior,
whi'e fn I'orthiml fKntly, met o
couln from New York entirely una-
Hoth Mr. Schnnl nnd h! cousin
wcri' ataylnir at the I'ortlantl Hotul.
A man who wuhtl to Mre Mr. ikhnal
of New York wn sent to Morris
J Schnnl' room. Un learning that
another man with the xame name wan
iejrlitere.1 there Morris M on"e hum-
-.1 hi m up and they exchange' card'
I onl to learn that they were cousin
j Morris Srhnal is a eouin to Mrs.
SchnlUer (letter kno-wn as Ida
Schrfal) who playti! 'eadint; role In
"Undine" nnd "The answer of the
She Is a champion swimmer, divor,
runner, jumper howler Also cham
pion beauty and the most skillful em
broider and sock darner in Flat
She will be remembered ns the
City to Make Demands
on County for Return
of Road Tax Money
An attempt ai rrtui (his Week to
cet oat a representative tratherint;
of busineaa men to mt with the
city council on Wednesday evening
to talk over the proposition of try'"K
U- -cure from the county a refund of
The attendance at the meeting wa
not what it should have been. How
ever, those who were present took a
keen interest and discussed the matter
to some extent.
It seems that the county is making
. 1 . .
ai a mcetinj; ox wt local Oucmsey youn,: .hrc-dcvil who dove from the
01 Kancitioti he.d atnhc Creamery as-j wine of a aeroplane into the ocrtin
iMMmtiona rooms on Tuesday. j nt nriirhton Beach riven the specta-
The matter of program for the j tors the thrill of their live,
thnu days meetini: and Uie enter- ! TWi. ni.m.il .ill t;nA .
lrfln lw tammeiit of the visitors was dlscused teretin: stnr about Mrs. S-hniUer
...v ... Mlt n lnc .,,nrrn copy 01 a me "1'hysirtil work just now is new homes.
committees were Unpointed: Culture." m.i. . 1
,. .. . . I hrank Mathews is eonstructinRr a
hinance; Jim Williams. Joe. Durrer, - : . .,.. , ... . .
,, , ... , ' ' nevr story and a half bungalow for
liownnl Kdmunds. tUry-treasurer: Mr. Click of Clover- v-,n ti ... z:r.i. -j . ..
West. F:stimated cost is $3200.
lares levied on rity property, and , a special levy of 1 mill for road par
wmrn nas tw-n sml W! I be usc-1 on poses and a eenertil lew of 9 m' U
th.. ,unty r .ads oj'sule of the city, which will be turnl over to the roid
This means that the city has beo.i
paying and is called upon to pHy for
road improvements outsidn of jtho
, In view of the fact that oar people
are a'ready over bunlened with street
I improvements a protest is being made
j to this practice. The practice started
, , , in 'JC, and since that time some S-tO..
f the saw and hammer is ... , . . ...
v"v iwi.t uvt'n exiracieu irnm me city.
Th. amount thus extracted this yetir
will be about H,000.
The prevailing opinion of the meet
ing seemed to be to the effect that
the city council should try and come
GOING ON NOW
The ml. Waled on the NeUrla
road, known ha
U.I 1 ... I
' " . m ram owiietl ny lonme lyr
Barn llamJ and other intereU, will
aon brtrin peralniiia. Mr Dye. who
T) e ng
tun fully heard every hook and crook .
of Tillamook and its environments
the--- ear'y Spring dnys. (
I'rospecLs frr a record season in!
eon'Tiction line seem promising rc- 1
eorci-.ng to loul contractors, hard- i
ware men and lumber dealers.
Aside from the numerous repuirs
be'ng made to residence and business
structure th principal constructen
, rather than to go to law which will
i be costly in iny event. And a motion
, to this effect was carried.
The matter will again be taken up
at a later meeting of the council.
r e a - '.in-nlo lumbef hir-
v-r . , ..,,n?rn. , i,Ji?wsicrii..-w.".j 1...1 kjJ.i..i
' O I'ark A rtrtilrarl to 'oad Cl'vel at
aHie'e apMAHnc In lit" "'hiffmnn iar Th runt rai lor
'iB Ulin f tlw l"e ami in three vard
.. .11 ,i. 11 1. . .
1.111 run itr mm. lull intnirtkfi r.i. .
rat mad". , e. .na purely ,.rf. illmM.t. of IUklntr f... tbp
in H. n ,ntrrr.t.t Mrw rr , tnfnK ton,lr1ftri ,)0twl.t.n
Fo .rtrfal m.f.th. i.. thr mam. NVurti and the IWnberg sumti er
trnarire f May .lr.tmrnt of the resort tnoprv. Mr. Dye n'oo has a
Suulhrm IVJ hat been biinly en. contract fur the narci of large
SK ,JPif ftW tlt1 Vr"s'M'i,- IImberfnMhJhe lrlJ.nldlJBox-Fnct-
.Siwtl weev anmiucement orv. snair i. 3
ine milifcvntch is IticatcFon the , ' " aS" ' '
rjim l.elml Umber tract will ent
ity ari.it 25 men.
Reception and program; H. E. Tuck- ( dale, director.
er, S'. D Pine and Ira Lance. The next monthly meeting will be
Entertainment: Mrs. Bushlach, Mrs. , held at the Cottonwood Farm, April
Joe. Willmms, J. L. Guy, Rudolph 1 1th.
Membership: Homer Mason, Paul
Dave Marteny is to erect a new
home on Seventh.
I Keldsen will build on West Third
r.nd Second Avenue.
Art Anderson is excavating for a
t4Atio rohillvn tt
"'"n of tho WlUun
" U" vfw.Krini of
Tlie Umlter wn.
i knuw thp eorly
rt titan river iuaj t
-t o. no to o.raV, fur
atk- hohlinir of llm.
'futile )nfltleily A
' 111 cnio Hume Im-
iwt taken at gme
tcraper on tW ..b. ritevtwi; to bo.
gin the tatl of thia trrk loadlna about
30 ihMly yard rara per ohifl Tkt
K-rael u l" be OMd for MslUsUItg
The nu'road wtit probaldy dtarard
i)w luktr paaaitffar eni' used
now and ttbatitutt larpe mottnUin
tyira lly doir this and elimlnatinf
all u- neceaaary (topa m the territoW
arroaa tho mmwUllli that w a' ar.
j veil by iderirfc traina ronidttkl
iIhih could be ml from th ninnlng
"M'l There aiq t)var
; in tun -i,i hurtr
! "1" by (ho futut fn
uti thru" th.. Iiii- tit,..
- th Fork of the W). f0''i,'",' "'r w1 w'l1
' I" M Mill 111 rtVaif f Ki b.
Uthitlt ii.L'lidtfiti mlfiiit
""e lu tU mil, wide, i Un ,,nV0 ",U,th,jJ 10 lh"in,,,
i tiinlMiniit'ii llxtl 1111-'
1 iliu tiniltitr Is voiii-
A five-hour aclioilttliH such at is
I m-tdniiily conlemii'Uled, uW h a
it - ,1... ii. j i..i..
ttx' tiipniMi ui iun tnnwn nftfttit
stiine of H'a lost preatlge which the
Oreeua FJrstk of Women'
I'lubt mtwu tn Tillnutook May 30th
to June tf.
County Commission Alley was'
around this week ronsutlmg with
navlgMors on the bay and other in-
A bie barn is gninc up on the
St Hwell farm North of town.
Garibaldi, too, is busily encaged
terested parties regarding the Todd b,""w:- Among the t recenfy
1 1 1 TTt- . y-
SMOKER APRII, 15
the. 1 11 ,
fiiiy diti ninny mil.
' lb" flllitat tlllllttir III
"'"y wi hifcomo uAn
uiUIiiik of the WtUon
Mm only solution.
'i will imt only provide
1, tune saving connection
' but will opeii up iiuiiiy
-Imtive litrnia u'ong thu
be tho most popuhir
H win! piissenger er
1 1' ally cutting thu time
1 "lrret are now work.
11 'ion with thu NoUherit
A MlbaLaiittal decrease In asrnger
fines was twiliounctxl last wk by Uln
railrttad, tlint is mprtl to be prnct-
Icilly W per cent Sptwftil btwi.'h rate
will n'ao be permitted
CROSS HOME IH'RNS
EARLY .MONDAY MORNING
The flirm home of II M. Cms tip
the Trnsk river, wits rampWIy do
troyetl by fire Monday morniiiK bo
tween tho hours uf four nnd fiva
Tim fln evidently was mused by 11
defertive fine Insurance 111 thu sum
of $1000 was curried on the furniture.
At the meettnc of thu city council
Monday lat Dr. lUnsly wn nppuint
d to fill the varlincy tin the Tilla
mook Iloxintf Commission caused by
Uia resignation of A. F. Wallace.
Dr. Shoarer w.i also appointed to
tjtu Commission, it being rntpiired
that U pricticing physician be affilin
lr Mth vhat body. '
The Roving Commission Is p'nnn-1
'Ifn a big smoker to be held for the
benefit of the American Legion April!
Ui The card Is being lined up now,
It is expected that about 250 visit-!
ors will arrive in auJo reachig Hehti
at '.i In nit noon, on Thursday, June Ut.
Thu south end uf the county will then
be, vikitc.il ami th,. herds in that lo
cality viewed, after which the party
will start for Tillamook, who ro 11 b&n J bridge. Tho p nrM cnll for i rt9 foot j builiiinsrn art? Hiritn Crarto
quel wt-i be enjoynl In the evening. . nnproach on the west end, a 200 foot!
Dm Hi.. c.w-r,i.,l ,1.. .. tl,.. ..ill I . I
" i ""v." swing spun ami a 101 foot approach
start making the loop, ,1,, north. ; on the west ,.,, .Superstructure f. be
visiting different herds and arriving , Wood ,, the estimatei! cost j3
at the Falrvlew Grange Hall at about ' nround $85,000.
noon, where u fine tlinner will be en-1 Allout uu. 0n!v detail to work out
f I a a. I L 1 1 .1 I
a nor mnncr me nerus soutn , now js to ol)tuin pormission-which
will be visited
On th third dav the north part
of the county will be visited and we
The Roosevelt Memorf.il Coast
Highway Association is of the opinion,
that it will succeed in having the
Roosevelt Highway desginated a road
new home on Fourth and Second Ave. ' t primary importance, Fred C.Baker,
East. !v .frwho is secretory of the association,
Oren Dixon rs purchased a lot onTiV'n'r received some assurance from
V" Fifth en-1 Th'nl and mnv bui'd. Washington D. C, to that effect. The
residene and the combination hotel
"ml show h' ue of J. E. Repass.
fW-;MeraMo building is under way
t Rockawv, nrtmy new cottages and
summer homes going up.
will no doubt bo given readily from
the war department for the crossing.
Tho bridre has boon and still is badly
understand that Rudolph Zweiful will ! m,Mei ,, work .hou,d bo starttsl 0I,
David Caufield left Saturday mom.
ing for his homo in Oregon City. He
hUs een visiting hos son Jack Cau-
feld for the Inst three weeks and says
State Highway Commission in its
tenative map, designated it 'as a road
of secondary importance, when the
Associatoin took exceptions to this
and made an effort to have the de
signation changed to a road of pri
mary importance. When the matter
rtime up for consideration at Washing
ton last week, the association had
made such a good showing that the
Secretary of Agriculture deferred de.
signating the road 1 untfl ' svfrh
tis further investigation can be made.
Oregon Federation of Women's
make arrangements for a sea food
dinner on the boiich.
On Tuesday, the Guernsey Associa- j
tion held Its annual election of of-1
! Tillamook is certtiinly an inviting city. Clubs meets in Tillamook May 30th
it soon. Wheeler Reporter.
to June 2.
ficers anil elected ns follows: Ira G.
1 II ..II ...1. TI . ... .
the promoters promising one of the Iosmeiu; nownru r.timunas,
.et bills put on hero for some time. vlrp.nrwMent; Homer Mason, secre-
COM M ERCI A I. STL' DENTS
MAKING GOOD PROGRESS
HERO CHEESE FACTORY
TO COST NEAR $13000
A GREAT REVIVAL
Band of Native Elk
0" Um Nt-lmi.tm im fwi.. ..)..... i.t 1im nnimdri alld I'MITVHU:
.t "' ' inn 1 tt I II sill' nini j....
"v "'rtllcin ttiin li. t-v llti.i uf Ti In. lunvv imtleis ill SOH80D. aiu the stouts
li'ink rmintv . .i.... tl. 1 .. ..t ii... i.....t Tl... 1. ir. I i.i-f I lur ion-
v --mub ' 111 l mill II til III" llflil. nv '-
'"t'Vf elk mimhiirliig Imtwenn tlnuUllv md travel from om- ptut 01
'' "'d fn tv fin. 1 iiiilmhlH la hiIII Cut fr o ; .11' 1'i'oiinilH to the oilier.
fuming over thu Lriiiim.l ihnl wan The herd is thought to have shifted
'' lli )., , 11 , .,, .,, ,. ,.H .., ,i mind slough
,,M(' I ticioiu lmiciilH of luirirliiir ' dli'ti lct to the heml of Illg creek.
I '"iiul of
ih httriluileil to driving tho. Hunters Imvo not molested thorn, h-1
h,w to their nt' I iilthniii'h eoiiL-ar mo anlil to bo prey
ei 1 , . " ' "
"""I. mm also to tlio discovery thai lug mi tho doer in that vicinity, tnuy
"' ' " I "till tixlsts. It h Hiild'hie not tackling thu 'll- SI""' ''
I '" ,""' li'ivo thu great ht1iNtn lillflng of n year ago In tho n.nst Mi
lint 1 11 1 rmi i In (i-li-i iiiiiiiOioiH lmvo not ilurod to opor-
m,. 11 , r.v.,. ...
'"in 111 .1 t 11. ,i...i....,
-. ...w wiiu in hid iiiiiuui
Dkiii ...1 ..
..... """" '"' 'eggura urn at work,
rni 1 0""' "f U, "'" lAiVii ruported
f,,"r wilhi,, no ,M ortlu)llli
Ul ,l't uull. iwtlmatml to wcljfh
11 to mo boldly uiiioii'r tho oik
Loggers nnd woodsmen In the di'
trlct froiiionted by thom ocilisloniill.V
romo upon Iioiiih nflor tho shoddinr
Hinnon. Buy City Examine.
For Men Only
Students of the Commercial De
parvmetu toi uie itign :cnooi are 1
showing a great dea1 of progress in ,
their typing nnd penmanship. Up to
The Hebo cheese ftictory is nearing
completion and when finished will
be one of the finest in the county.
The reconstruction of the old buid
ing was necessitated bv a boiler ex-
the present date eleven students have plosion sometime back which did con
received awards from the Underwood ! -"durable damage.
I TV,. ;.. Pnn.,.n.. I ;.. I The tirw luiililim- will eost in thp
VM C1'1TC; k v ... oi.vvu III i;,iiiK. 1 - " - -
iUlN-olVIUo Th followini' have received the In-. 1 neighborhoo.1 of $3,000 when finished.
A Wise gUy IS lO OUSy 111 the daytime tO WOlTy and 111 ! tial Certificate for writing 30 or more
the night-time too sleepy. Advertising brings the same
results. No worries!
Your store may seem commonplace to YOU.
Recnuso you aie in it every day.
Folks who live near Niagara Mills fail to find a thrill in the beauty and
grandeur of nature's great speotaclo.
But your shop is WONDERFULLY FASCINATING to other people.
There n lomiime in, merchandise. There's U story which could be told
about I'H'i'v article on your shelvo.i, about over)' day's business.
Trv en experiment.
Tomoit'ow morning, morning go to your place of business as, if it xvas
your FIRST DAY on tlio job.
Try to look lit. your o.NtnblMimont from the standpoint of a stranger.
(Jet a "fresh viewpoint. Then you'll find your enthusiasm growing. You'll
thri'l to tho finger tips.
Is your store commonplace? A thousand times NO! It is teemingr with
interest. It is n'lvo with romance,
You'll prolrtibly find thatenthuslnsni will bubble over into newspaper
An ENTHUSIASTIC merchant simply MUST advertise.
Ilo fools an irresistible imptu'se to tell tho men nnd women of his com.
nuinlty about his store nm! his service
Ami when ho gets his enthusiasm "over" to tho public, they'll mnko a
phth to his door.
And thov put it over with advertising:
"Under a spreading chestnut tree
The village smithy stands;
-The Smith, a mighty man Is he,
With large and sinewy hands,
And tho muscles of his brawny arms
Are strong as iron bands."
"Hut," said ho "The Blacksmith job
Is not so good I trow''
So he and his brothers grew whiskers
And they're selling cough drops now.
And that's that.
words per minute: Eltn Sheets, Ethel
Anderson, Marguret Armentrout, E'la
Davidson, Florence Shortridge, Re
berta Campbell, Donrelela Abrams,
Fa Davidson, Lillian Groat, Elm Hohl
fiold. Three hnve also xvon the modal
ill the 10 xvon! contest: Grairr Jolliffe
Margaret Armentrout and Ethel Anderson.
Pau'ine Ginger win has been en
rolled in the Typing Popaitnient for
two nnd one half months xvrites 31
xvords net per minutes on the Reming
for typwriter. This is the best rate
of speed that has been attained in the
school for tho pns 3 years in so short
Those entitled to the progressive
pin given by tho Palmer Company for
progress in pemmnship nre: F'orn
Schield, Lily Schield, Catherine Smith.
Muriel Wley, Blanche Harris, Esther
Mil's, Roletth Wn'son, Bessie Knight,
Mildred Shocmakt- Mary Pangborn,
F'l' Hohlfield, SHnov Hurt, Pcbblo
Bessie Thomus and Evoyn Glad
were uxvnrded the Improvement Cert!,
finite. Students taking Penninnsh'p
nro now writing for tho Palmer Dip
loma which is tho highest iiwnrd
given in Penmanship,
Eiuipment and furnishings xvi'l bring
the total cost to neiir $13000
Out at Hemlock Nazarene Church
there is a great revival in progress.
Conducted by Evangelist St. Clair of
These meetings will probably close
Sunday April 2nd. with three serx'ces,
11 A. M.; 2:30 P. M. and 8 P. M. The
afternoon service will be a healing
service. Mr. St. G'air xvill tell his ex.
perience of healing and lay hands on
others for healing.
(By a Business .Man Who was There) tion, that these young men under the
On Friday evening; March 25th, the
business nicn of the city wore the
guests of the American Legion, and
Wntch for date of blvr county.wldo
field, and tftick meat at Tillamook.
very blo leadership of Dr J. E.
Shearer, Commander of this Post,
xvere serving just as faithfully and
the principal speaker of the evening j consistently in seeking to spread the
Us Mr. Walter Toore, Jr., of Mc- J doctrine of true Americanism, respect
Minnville. It was an inspiration to j for law, and education in what makes
listen to Mr. Toozo, who so eloquent')' i " tn,o citizen, as they were when
portrayed tho purpose and accomplish- wearing the uniform of the United
ments of the American Legion. We ".'o """" T"
. . . , of the Stars and Stripes and all that
business men were aware of the exist- ! thak mnrVl.loU3 FUig 8tands for ,n tho
enco of the American Legoin nnd in ' xvay of free government, equality be
n go-tern! way were aware of its high , fore th- 'a- loyalty and truth,
ideals nnd its true patriotic services, The hvs'n-ss men were royally en
but only in u gen 'il way. Therefore, i tertnit-t. '. nnd left that meeting con
we were p'unsod bov.-nd expression to , vinced 't If them is any one n
bu so fully advised that thero existed j stitution in Tllumook County that In
Ml Tillmook County n strong organ-! contributing to its onllghtenment,
izatiou of clean earnest young men ! progress and welfare, it is the Amer
whoro nmbitions and activities instead ' ic.in Legion, and that the Legon Is en
of hi Ing purely for their own advance- titled to the repect and unfal'ing sup
mom, as a few hnvo stntcd, xvere, as port of every man, woman and child
n matter of fact, bused upon tho high, who believes in the government and
est Ideals of what constitutes real in the peopla of the United 8Utea of
American citizenship; and in addi- America.