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TILLAMOOK HERALD, TIL1.AMOOK. OREGON, MAY 9M.
C K. TROMBLKY
Editor and Publisher
Safcrtriptktn Per Ysr
Advertising Rfctes Made Known
atrd as 8c .od Com Mail at the
Pott Office at "Tillamook, Oregon..
l'rtnrj- Ration Friday, May M,
Im tun to wto.
Tench Uw children to read tbe ail
vert menu: hop them clUvn,, the
A do&r spent at bom it n dollar
aved to the community. By Of the
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TKc. Tillamook Canity ltnseba I
League open at TUIaraook Sunday.
The fcraudstand and btatehera should
b in support o tae noou.
t have the "Knack of getting th rv"
m d.s lonctWMnnn "Nick" Sinnolt
of KUstem Oregon or ' Pnt" .McAr
.tm; . t (ho Portland district. Nor
. a.i i aggTeaaivuly progressive,
,m. Uie tukrt of the conn coutt
...id even ns n pnvbtv cititen has
.i'w to aehiugton "J " orougirt
.wine th bnctm ' on at knst one was-'
iob, (.ilvc htnto oftic.Ul por and !
m vrtll at loftst b heard from, once I
THE HENKRY 1100Z1TS
POLITICAL NAP JllOV
K. R. R od, the Xafeh Kah N.e ho
MaHW and candidate for lh n -miii-tion
of Representative wa bob nobb
ing around with TilAunoofc vote p
i-aot Friday. Reed baa a lot t
$ ? I
It look like Ha l and Norb.ad
far a 1'. Lam. ok County con. -Hall
for Salem and Norbu i
Georgv Winslow and Ko lie W - -,
both Republican. bKvth reldet:, ti
tb good citv Tilaimook and I
i menitwrs in (TihhI s.anding .n
, Odd Feiows 1 dge, were cnpi
HtNERV VOU'RE 60IN6 TO BE
HOME Alt DAY - WONT YOU
CLEAN THE. CISTERN OUT
ifi' ViuRt I
V7 7 wee
SANP L V.K IS H.WISn
a. JAf TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT rvTWWVAA.a.J. . .
DID NOU PIND
UWTKR ! -
IVmt frgt to applaud tbe vis;..:
1 7 . "r'LN.,V ZZT Ltf, ?rwit at the county conTntuu h. I
J'.'Ki-!." Tillamook Saturday. Gwr.it .il
"-. " "'-TO,. V , m.ited that ho . lodkint- f.,r
a oua iur your team ireaieo vrnen, D";, ., , . , i
VrJLu w w'v," the differ know not.
The potitkai campaiirn a conductad
loca.ly aa been ivmaikably dan of
which fact The Herald editor is part.
K-ulariy ploased. Too much time and
cnarfy w geiw rally spent in be
amitthmgr tbe otber tel ow t name by
a raruun apecie of candidate who will
v i by tatr method or toJi.
Th dcvelopmuit c; Tillamook's
hu.-bor facilities abou d be foremost
in tbe minds of evory person m Tu
lantook tbeav day. Without harbors
no coastal community can expect to
come !to it's own and wtth narbor presont or future.
prvi rty oevciopeu ana imprurw maj
pot .it this Pactf? CoUst has that
chance to become tho "New York on
tbe Pacific Coast ' taut all commtmi-
r C-v'nr.,D 1 1 DID SOU PIND A
iTHAT DONEH i ANYTHING.HENtlRY ?
,1 n.Mly OmltieJ Inst lt
M.ry KynW rt i
w, P to take charts t baM."'
w,rd by Mr Wt.
Members of tbs Hir r's J
uich school ara W 'v prr lw
tntiluatmt Jntv b.
Oaor 0altoxT wl I'rad "r
have put a up sniaKio x
A nl AUl .ms klf fw w". t
t Mr arvl Mrs Wajtor Te y on J
A,r' ' Ut Toy I' taylnf I
ltat!il ' i'iowrdl
of r' f
RECEIVED SHIPMENT DIUlXT
FROM THE FACTORY
TUG OF WAR CHEWING
One tblnx ortatn tbe south cm! of
tbe county is oinjr to hl? n member
n the Board of county Conuni.-ion-ers
al boogb they will bnvv to awU.t
the outran, of tbe fall elections to
th inaa. K, O Kicuarus and
ii. SJ. Farmer, tbe one a de.no. hmi
.he other n R. are practically assured
.f Uie nomination ntui then lh fUD
$ S $
Watson i ottt with an absoulfe
ienia. of bvmft connectod in any wny
hap or to: m with the Klu Klu.v Klan
ties a.c aiming at.
Ralph E. Williams, L again a can
didate :'?r tbe position of Republican
National t mraiteman for Oregon.
Becaua of Mr. Wiiliam's v.tal interest
in Tillamook county, this matter is
of special importance to our people,
Mr. Wfliicms bemp interested in tbe
contebtplated Wilson R.vtr railroad
and also h inp president of the Til
lamook Coonty Bank. Mr. WilLams
if an enerjetic, progressive buiinese
mitn and any su:ess which ho may
attain will in n measure reflect -o our
good. He has be. Republican Nat
ional Committeeman for Oregon for
tbe past 14 years fend is now vice
chairman of the national com mi tee,
a position second in importance on the
cemmiu, e; and if nnoua this
place he will be in ti pos.uon to be
ot macs assistance to Tillamook
Cocr.ty. A vote for Ralph E. Wil
liams will be well placed. Tillamook
County shtmld give him a good big
Senator Xorbe'd of Astoria should
(ve a unanimous vooe at the
hands of Tillamook County Republi
cans for th nomination of Congress,
man. to successed W. C. Havrley who
has held that position i )r sixteen j
long years. Haw ley does r.ot seen;
"Asleep-at-the-switch" Ifowlcy cir.
.'ulated the vos rs thist week wth a
natlv worded liu'e tprintxi in Wash
ington) telling bis (rood fmnds here
rsow much money h-- had secured for
thj buiidmgs of roads at CRATER
. JVKE and a.so the amount be htid
secured for the improvement of Tilla
nook harbor. V. e wunedr ti ithc
;eiil.emen r members just when this
mprovement money was sd:urcd.
-Cot that we doub: htm but that
t xks liki
were in dire need
if a considerable "harbor appropria
tion" ;'ast now. But vhj he says:
i have pending get that pending
r.,ouo,000 more appropriations. Seems
o us that depends. Anyhow let's put
-or Wad on tar job.
Judge Holmes is hot on the trail of
..i elusive vote and is this week
.laking side tripe to Portland, etc.
:c. A little work might 'and Hclnvrs
he nom. nation.
OH I'M SO RELIEVED I I MlbEO tiAEY
TEETHINS RIN6 AND I WAS JUST J
SURE I DROPPED IT IN THE f I l 1
JS CISTERN ! 7?.
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7 PLUGS (42 INCHES) FOR A 1M LAR
Alex Cigar Store
mo, an acre
trvM- 1 t 'awBrrKs "e
Auri"1 Edward. Certrmle HraM.
' u. ..! t'.aia Ward l'lT'
wardi Wallace and Ib
Mele and irarry rtaon sr-nt
FrUlay ewnng T,''
wa, who t conftntU to btr I' d with
an injured limb-
Anna Nan rakmt IboreMcb
bred prtuHnr tbtt year.
Sn,l ts.k aw Mil- ('. -'
Uirhr fr e w H 'r bam to b
erected by U T Brode
V R Willis cany to Uke
to go treat Ashing last dy Z t
Cbeeae maker. Sybil Htttfbea. $
ports a daily Uerage of ITM lb. of I
milk s dy sad M & 'bv for Ik
monh of Apr I H A Brand reee'ved
i I per rent or htgb st tost far bttttor
ft,t You are lertir, tt mmt m IM' o
Mr d Mr 3m-k iokm Henry ' pptprtot eH tm fVh, K,
Xewbers, Mr N'ordstroa and toe r the snulu' t JnVn the jwe.f Hs., .-ji .r
toads from TllUraoak cm la to rAljr . lr ,
1ndr fihmg JHsnday All rwsrtd j ., KUng i ..
Uw' . , J -I. w g.a t- ...w y. tn'V, I;.
Whrr t y u goirp tv t , . . . , ," abr
JcPtk to trwelrfy
Adv l eif-
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Finan?JUl'y tfv operetta given by
hj grades rec.ntly was a success
140 85 was taken in. This will be
dded to the fund for the purchase
J .1 new piano.
Cants birthday was observed, with
.ppropriatg ex, rrises by both the
.igh school and grades. The program
a.; as follows:
S.iluie to the Flag Vssemb y. tays of him, 'Chuck" Lamb who on
Sketch of life of Grant teml the nw:e for the preauk-ncy '.;
Carlisle Strttnahun. a ,.h, ht:s lHh, ,L.tlv- . ,tua,,. .(
Piano Solo .......... James WnUot, ftlw durinK. hu thrl, yr, , th.- j)t)Tit pniFS
C.nint tn the Cml War ., . .. . . I"
Noah Kvrhards. university. nc is at prsnt genera.
Vocal Duet "Tenting Ton.ght' president of the Junior week end con.
Francos Wilson and U. m lio a- mitto , and trve1 as .a member oi
ttn lite He meconung comm.ttee last fall
Piano Solo Rowonn Hanson H wtis a member of the unwarsity
Military life of "-ant . . Conch French debating team this year which won
Grant as President. . Glenn A ml arson a decisive vrtory over tbe Oregtm
PinnA 5oln . . . Oliver Mothers Agriculturnl c..i:e t.-am nd tbe
McKmlev's appreciation of Grant Stanford University team, captunru;
Hariey Davidson. tK Pacific Coast championship
Star Spang'ed Uann r Assembly honors. Ijimb is a membar of Sigma
Address by Mr. Spcer of the G. A. U. Chi."
Boyhood and youth cf Grant
Mrs. Hanson. e . , , . , .
. , ,, See Pr. Girder for dental asrt i
.Mtiy Pay exjreisea will bo held . n n ,, .,,.,
on the 12th day of the month. Th s ' 0 0 r- Ruild'nc
will also be school exhibition day. .
Th.- track meet will be ha'd on Mav ' Whooping CouKh
the 13th. The meet will b open to This is n Vl.rv dsnj-urou, disease,
amateurs of the county under twenty ! nnrtV-ularlv to children ivr five
one years ox age.
Charles Lamb a former grauac of
Tillamook High is a candidate for thj,
presidency of the student body at the
Universitw of On-gon. Mr. Lamb
. . . . . r- iii s i r- Aprrri v a a ririr
U . Bill . mam II W mmm I k mm m mw-m . . ... mmm I 1 I I
graduated her in 1918. He was an I the time is very mueir shortened, and
vears of airo hut when no narerorie.
colcine or other on nlo is i?lven. la I Inurance
Remedy. Most people believe that it I Von VJU tWni- lnarne
must run ita course, rjor knowing that Think
i'rv Our I'Yenh Stock of Ciinrs ami lolmccu Our ,N. .1! 1: r Is Grd
HIU STUDKHAKHU .SIX FOR HIKR
Charlio Moore, Bill Withrow, A. Aiwlln Go nnywhfi , ..nlime
Cull thorn at Alux'.i.
THE TODD HOTEL
Cootrally lestod, Mo.!erat Price., ltoomi With list snd CW
snd Sloam Ural
Rote for rooms, 76e anl 1 100; Weekly rste, on spptWtlon.
W. T0D1), Proprietor Tll.ia.M0t. UUKGON
active member of tho !ass of that
year, and was at one time president
of the student body. He was also a
member of the high schoo' debuto
that there is ittle danger from the j
disease when th s remedy is given. It j
aa been used in mtinv cptdm- of
whiopmg cough, with pronounced suc-
tearn The "Or gon Diiily Emerald" ; cess. It is safe and pleasant to takw.
A A A . . A Sf
PROGRAM FOR WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY, MAY 14
SUNDAY-MONDAY MAY 14-15
Moran of the Lady
THURSDAY-FRIDAY MAY 18-19
Sec V. A. Church, local
GO TO CHURCH FOR
H T. Holts, President
Attorney ut Iiw
j.hn Inland HcnUurson, Scy-Tra.
ttorn-y-at-luw, Notary Public
TILLAMOOK TITLE AND
Law, Abati nets, Real Estate,
CITY TRANSFER CO.
"We haul anythiiiK"
Cnll Us Either Phono
211 Tillamook Iioth
ll w 571
Featuring Dorothy Dalton and Rudolph Valentino.
With stars the calibre of Dorothy Dalton and Ru- '
dolph Valentino, and a stoiy of the type of "Moran ; 0ne man one wife! Civilization forces man to ac
of The Lady Letty" it's bound to make a wonderful cePt that principle But it cannot control hs mind,
photoplay, a thrilling stoiy of the sea, based on the j Th min of man is still "The Devil's Garden" in
great novel by Frank Norris. Unhesitatingly en- which ancient traits persist, struggle against them
dorsed as one of the Big Plays of the year. j though he may. See this fight between a man's feality
"BONY PARTS" Mutt & Jeff Cartoon Comedy. t0 nis Wlte and tne ae-ld trait that craved not one
wne, out many. Lionel Barrymore's Greatest Achiev-ment.
SHOE AND HARNESS
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY MAY 16-17
Iron to Gold
Taken from the story "When Iron Tunis to Gold" by
George Own Baxter The tale is a powerful "west
ern" of life,love and crime in a western mining camp.
"Iron To Gold" is a story and play that will capture
and hold your attention as few others have ever done.
If you like quick, snappy rapid-fire action DON'T
FAIL TO SEE THIS ONE.
"ON LOCATION" One Reel Comedy.
SATURDAY MAY 20
SHIRLEY MASON In
Little Miss Smiles
The love stoiy of a sweet faced tenement girl and a
handsome physician, about a little girl whose smile
saved her mother's eyes, her brother's life and her
father's self-respect, and won the heart of a true man.
"LOVE AND WAR" Two reel comedy.
Done correctly at reason
Laces, oil, polish, etc.
When in need in our line,
The Shoe Doctor.
Todd Hotel Bldg.
DAVID ROBINSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Successor to Dr. Wcndt
L. L. HOY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Relll Phcni -Office 6, Kotulcnee &M
Mutual Phone Office and Residence
DR. I. M. SMITH
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office In National Hldg.
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BOTTS & WINSLOW
R. B. HAYS
FISH AND SHELL PISH
Fmest Quality nt Rensonibl0 Prices
BELL PHONE 131W
'THERE'S ALVAYS A GOOD SHOW AT THE GEMOFTEN TIMES IT'S GREAT"
DR. O. L. HOHLFELD
'loll Phono F2
Funwal Director and License
K- N. HKNKLE, Mgr.
Lndy Assistant whin dsilrsd
ROBERT H. McGRATH
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
T. H. GOYNE
ATTORNEY AT LAW ami
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
Opposite Court House
Kyc Specialist "
Complcto lens KrlnclInK fnctory on
prcmlaes. And ull duplleuteil.
DR. J. G. TURNER
Permanently lomUid In Tlllsmook,
l'rlvato office in Jenkins Jowoly Store,
Latoat up-to-date InstrumenU and
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