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live within itself.
The severance of diplomatic re
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lations which usually is accom
panied by a declaration of war.
would not mean such a declaration
tn this case. With Germany ob
stinate and unwilling to respect
S u b sc r ipt io n R a t ' ss
One Year, in advance.......................$1.00 the lives of Americans on the high
Six Months..............................................50 seas, this country would feel im
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at her command to protect her
A d v e r t is in g R a tes
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per ships and this might mean naval
inch per month, single column. All
through the zones in
local Reading Notices. 5 cents per convoys
which German submarines are ac
line for each insertion.
Timber land notices
Political Announcement Cards $10.00 Ine belated official admission
on the pait of Germany that the
J ob D e p a r t m e n t
My Job Department iscompletein every sinking of the Gulflight was a mis
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short take, and that she has no inten
tion of destroying neutral ship-,
notice at reasonable prices.
may be the opening wedge for a
FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1915
successful straightening out of the
diplomatic entanglement resulting
GERMANY AND THE UNITED from the Lusitania tragedy.
It would seem that Germany
If there should result from the Can ill affurd to lose the friendship
American exchange of notes with of the United States at this par
Germany a disruption of the friend ticular time Denmark, Sweden,
ly relations which have existed for Norway and Holland are all stand
so man}’ years, this country need ing with the United States in this
not go to war with Germany. It controversy, and the South Ameri
will not take a step so drastic un can countries do not and cannot
less all other means have been ex countenance Germany’s behavior
on the high seas. Germany would
It has been hinted that if Ger be left practically alone, if the
many did not make amends for United States should carry out its
the slaying of Americans on the suspected move. Its friends would
high seas, that the United States lie limited to Austria-Hungary and
would sever its diplomatic relations Turkey, with Switzerland remain
with Germany. This would mean ing absolutely neutral.
that we would recall Ambassador
Gerard from Berlin and other con Miss Anderson Entertains at Picnic
sular agents in German cities, and Miss Olga Anderson gave a pic
it would also mean that Ambuss^ nic to her friends on Saturday. The
dor Bernstorff would be handed his day
perfect, they enjoyed the
passports in Washington and that cool being
of the w'oods immensely. A
all German consular agents in this bountiful
was served to
country to take their departure. which all dinner
did ample justice. A
All business relations between the snapshot was
taken of the group;
United States and Germany would each one will have
be cut off. We would not buv from they are finished. a They
Germany, neither would we sell to tired but happy, with the departed
it. It would be about the same as of another outing in the near promise
ignoring the existanceof a German Those present were the future.
empire. Germany would he out Mary, Rose, Anna and Caroline
Pnrtman, Winnie Kellow, Mandie
Whether the almost unprece Armstrong,
Dottie Bissette. Wanita
dented proceeding will take place, Anderson, Opal
remains for Germany to settle it McKillip and Master
self. It would be lamentable should
such a condition of affairs be
brought about. It would bo dis
astrous to the interchange of busi- |
ness between these countries.
Germany would feel the disad
Most conveniently located
vantage of severed ties more than
hotel in Tillomook City.
the United States, but both coun
tries would be damaged. The
world is not so large that one
country can isolate itself and ig
nore other nations. The interest*
of one are the interests directly ci
indirectly, of another. There must
Make the Todd Hotel lobby your
he an interchange of ideas, of
headquarters while in the eitv.
thought and of business, if all are
to be broadened. No country can P. W. TODD, Prop. Tillam ook, Oregon
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
ember 13 th, 1905 at the post office at Clo-
v&rdale. Tillamook County, Oregon,un
der Act of Congress, March l!rd, 1878.
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Meals
Commences Monday, June M
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Corresponding Change at Way Points,
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