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The Nestucca Valley First,
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AUSTRIANS START What a Bank Check Says
After L. G. McDonald, alias George
Thompson, alias George Van Huron, pa
role violator, had been apprehended by
Des Moines authorities and Oregon au
Brief Resume Most Important thorities were about to go after him Drive Extends From Plateau of
news reached Salem that Thompson
had been turned loose at Des Moines.
Daily News Items.
Asingo to Sea in Italy.
Every man called in the draft in
Linn and Benton counties hereafter
will receive a small silk American flag
as the gift of the Albany lodge of Elks.
the last contingent left Albany, RESISTANCE STRONG
COMPILED FOR YOU When
the lodge presented each one with a
flag and it has been decided to follow
this plan regularly in the future.
Events of Noted People, Governments The general land office announced Advance Into Defensive Area Draws
that plans for opening 150,000 acres of Smashing Blows From Defend
and Pacific T'orthwest and Other public
lands in the vicinity of Portland
will not be abandoned, despite recom
Things Worth Knowing.
ers Attack Seems Failure.
mendations of Governor Withycombe
and others that the lands be held "un
til peace comes, when they could be
for the benefit of returning Rome.—The Austrians began a groat
F irst L ieutenart Ray E. Schleker, opened
quarterm aster’s departm ent, U. S. A., soldiers.”
offensive at 7 o’clock Saturday morn
committed suicide in Chicago by shoot State Highway Engineer Nunn an ing on the front from the Asiago
ing. In his hand was a note addressed nounced tliat advertisements for bids
to Miss Evelyn Rae, Morrison hotel, will be offered immediately on th e 1 Plateau to the sea.
paving of 18 miles of the Pacific high This announcement was made in the
from Aurora to Salem, at an es chamber of deputies by Premier Or
W illiam O. Russell, of Lubbock, way
of $348,000, the state
Tex., was found guilty of the murder to stand expense
half of the.expense out of the lando,
of Charles Qualey and sentenced to Bean-Barrett
troops are everywhere resist
bonding act, and the gov ing magnificently.
10 years in the state penitentiary. ernm ent the other
Russell is a banker and cattle man of
"Nearly the whole of our front is
Ninety-eight books of pronounced engaged, as the offensive extends with
or of seditious lean extreme violence from Astlco to the
A head-on collision in the tunnel, six pro-Prussianism,
ing, culled from the shelves of the pub Brenta, from the Brenta to the Plave
cars demolished and several more de lic
by order of the directors of and along the Piave everywhere. In
railed and not one person killed or the library
Library association, will volving the Astico Plateau, the Mount
injured, is the story of a wreck which be interned under
lock and key for the Grappa sector and the Plain.”
occurred at C rater tunnel near Trini duration of the war,
for purposes of future historical refer The Italian and allied armies are
Scores of young men who registered ence and comparison.
bravely sustaining the weight of the
in the draft June 5 were made happy Under the direction of the fish and Austrian forces which are attacking
and other scores wrill rejoice as they game commission, two carloads of along the front of the Italian theater
learn the fact that their boards have young salmon were planted in Oswego from the northw est of the Asiago
been authorized to release them for Lake. These salmon, from one and a plateau eastward to the Piave river
induction into branches of the army. half to three inches long, will attain a and thence along that stream to where
headwaters of the Adri
The $40,000,000 properties of the late growth of from eight to 20 inches as it joins the front
of nearly 100 miles.
Henry Miller in California, Arizona “land-locked salmon.” The two car atic The sea, A a ustrians
are striving to de
and Nevada are to be seized by the loads of 5-months-old fish contained bouch from the mountain
government for the non-payment of approximately 166,000 little salmon. cross the Piave river and passes
federal inheritance taxes amounting The *ecent hdt days have caused a Venetian plains.
to $6,000,000, it was announced by-
rise o f ’ the Columbia river, In the Initial struggl > the enemy
Justus S. Wardell. collector of internal steady
stands at the highest mark succeeded in capturing several front
revenue at San Francisco.
this season. Bottom land gardens are line positions in the mountain region
Senator Hiram Johnson, of Cali submerged. Probably the greatest loss from the I ritish and also in crossing
fornia, in a vigorous speech in the Sen will be to George L. Davenport, of Port the Piave.
ate, demanded th at the adm inistra land, who had his foreman plant a Counter e'tacks, however, have re
tion furnish the American people with choice variety of potatoes in the land stored all the positions In the moun
an explanation of the removal of north of the Mosier depot last week. tains, including territory to a depth
Major General Leonard Wood from Members of the Oregon Dairymen’s of 1000 yards along a 2500-yard front
command of the Eighty-ninth division League
from the British.
decided to raise the price captured
At last accounts the allied troops
on the eve of its departure for France. of milk have
to the distributors 16% per everywhere
were strongly holding the
Hezekiah Caples. aged 86. and one of cent on June 20, according to an
and King Victor Emmanuel's
the most widely known pioneers of nouncement made by Alma D. Katz, enemy
men were gallantly striving to throw
Columbia county, Or., and Ella Han the president. Extremely unfavorable back
Invaders across the Piave.
son, aged 22, for several years past pasture conditions make the price ad The the Italians
have taken more than
his housekeeper, were quietly married vances necessary as an emergency 3000 Austrian prisoners,
at Cathlam et, W ash. Mr. Caples is the means of preventing dairymen from 89 officers.
owner of a considerable portion of
The Vienna war office announces
the site of Columbia City, and is Portland’s most novel demonstration that
up to noon Sunday more than
of what the Red Cross can do will be 10,000 Italian, English and French sol
Unofficial estim ates by naval ex furnished by the opening of a Red diers and a considerable number of
perts show- that in excess of 500,000 • Cross salvage bureau which will han guns had been captured.
tons of shipping sunk by submarines dle junk—old iron, old metals of every
may be re-floated as a result of sal possible description, rags, bones, pa
vage operations conducted by Great per, discarded m aterial of all sorts CREW 15 DAYS IN OPEN BOAT
Britain and the other allied govern ranging from tubes th at once held
ments. American naval engineers are shaving cream or tooth paste to the Schooner Crescent, With Copra Cargo,
to be sent to assist in this work, tak remains of great pieces of machinery.
Burns in Mid-Ocean.
ing with them a fleet of powerful The possible construction of a rail
seagoing tugs, scows and other equip road by the federal government from San Francisco.—After having been
Yaquina bay, through the Waldport 15 days at sea in a 24-foot boat, the
The serious forest fires in the Hel country
into Lane county for the crew of the burned schooner Crescent,
ena and Flathead national forests of purpose and
spruce 12 men, with Captain T. Olson and his
Montana are engaging the efforts of tracts, is indicated by valuable
of wife, calmly tied their craft up at a
more than 200 men in fighting the surveyors who are working on the west
pier here late Sunday and climbed
flames, and coating the government coast of Lane county near Heceta Head stiffly up a ladder to shore and safety.
$1000 a day, the forest service an
The engineers have been The crew had pulled at the oars
nounced. Unless rain comes officials lighthouse.
bay and steadily since the burning Crescent
believe a prolonged and dangerous fire W aldport for several Yaquina
was abandoned at 3 a. m. June 1. Cap
season is inevitable. Stormy winds A special bulletin, devoted almost ex tain Olson navigated, and Mrs. Olson
and high tem peratures have made the
portioned out their food stores
clusively to the subject of Fourth of had
with such precision that two days' full
Y. Kakebe, Japanese section fore
food adm inistration headquar rations
craft was sighted. Captain Ol
man in charge of a crew of track work Oregon
ters by Assistant Food Adm inistrator son reported,
from the tim e they set
ers which had been placing new ties W.
Newell. The privilege of run out in the small
boat until they were
at the spot where four coaches of a ning K. lemonade
westbound Denver & Rio Grande train over the state on the “glorious Fourth,” well inside the Golden Gate. This was
went over an embankm ent near Salt in the interests of sugar conservation, considered the more rem arkable by
seafaring men who took charge of
Lake City, killing one and seriously the
explains. Orangeade and the
the party, because a steam ship which
injuring several others, faces a charge other bulletin
arrived here June 9 reported that It
of involuntary m anslaughter. Kakebe under the ban.
had sighted the still smouldering hulk
was arrested shortly after the cars
To have his right arm shot away 400 miles off shore on June 2, and had
piled over the embankment.
suffer other serious injuries while kept a sharp lookout for survivors.
Maximum prices of 8% cents per and slept
in his bunkhouse was the un The Crescent, a five-masted wooden
pound net to prune growers and 5% he
fortunate fate of R. T. Cornelius, an vessel of 1443 tons, left Sidney, Aus
cents per pound to growers of raisins employe
the Pelican Bay Lumber tralia, March 23, for San Francisco
for the 1918 crops, were pronounced company, of when
highpower rifle in with copra. A small fire which broke
by the Food Administration. The the hands of C. E a Lusk
accidental out In the galley at 8:30 p. m. May 31
prices, recommended by the growers ly discharged. Lusk was was cleaning
defied the efforts of the ship's com
of California, are higher than had been gun In the room adjacent to that his
of pany to quench It, and seven hours
expected, the A dm inistrations an Cornelius and it is believed that the
later Captain Olson ordered the ship
nouncements said, but they are jus- mn»7le of the gun was not over two abandoned.
ttiieu by the mbor situation, increased feet from the victim when It was dis
costs and probable prune shortage. charged.
Dutch Helped Boche. Charge
Crawling with a stretcher across a
shell-swept field. Rev. John Clifford, Union county's quota of grammar London.—The direct charge that the
Dutch government sheltered a German
formerly pastor of the Baptist church, school graduates has been filled, five vessel
at a Dutch port to save her from
at Tucson. Ariz.. now a Young Men’s by volunteering and the remainder by being captured
by the British is made
Christian association worker with the induction.
In a British dispatch which has just
American marines, succeeded in bring
made public. . The ship was the
ing back to the rear the wounded Training of a 100-voice choir to ap been
Maria, 4000 tons, which entered the
colonel of a regiment. The colonel, pear
on the Fourth of July celebration harbor of Tandjong Priok, Java, Dutch
with his shoulder shattered by ma
at l.a Grande, began recently East Indies. In May. 1916. She was
chine gun fire, had been lying in a program
the German m ercantile flag, but
trench for two hours under a heavy under the direction of Mr*. A. L. Rich |1 flying
b believed to have been a cruiser.
fire. The colonel will recover.
BANK Check has a message asiiL from its face value. It
says that the one who draws it has money in the Bank and
that the Bank on which it is drawn will honor this signature. It
says that the depositor regularly deposits the money received
and pays expenses by writing checks. Your check wdl say all
this for vou, when you open an account subject to check with
this Bank. You will then have the convenience and safety that
the Bank assures and you can write your check for the exact
amount of each payment.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WITH A CHECKING ACCOINT
1 PER CENT PAID ON YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
THE LARGEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
T .H . GOYNE,
Office Ground Floor Bell Phone 53-J
P. O. Box 147
With Rollie Watson
Abstracts on Short Notice
Opp. Court House,
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TO SELL IT.
SF.E TAYLOR FOR your FIRE INSURANCE
If you are in the market for a good Dairy Ranch we can
show you something that will interest you. We have some
excellent bargains. Money is made dairying in Tillamook
County. Why not get a chunk of this money.
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