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X IV .
T IL L A M O O K
The Nestucca Valley First
Last and all the
N E W S HINDEIMCII
WORLD HAPPENINGS STATE
OF CURRENT WEEK
Brief Resume Most Important
Daily News Items.
Mrs. Millie R. Trumbull, secretary
of the board of child labor inspectors,
has advised Secretary of State Olcott
that the appropriation for that board
has been exhausted.
At a special session of court at To
ledo, Tuesday, Juuge G. F. Skipworth,
of Eugene, examined 117 foreigners for
Swedes, claimed exemption, supposed
ly because of the uncertain attitude
of Sweden in the war. Three Aus
trians were refused.
British Force Roaa to Fenton’s
A Modern Safe Deposit Vault.
Any kind of a hiding place was good enough in by-gone years for
valuables. But the grief occasioned by many losses led to the gradual
improvement of Vault protection until the modern fire and burglar
proof Bank Vault was brought to a high degree of protective perfection.
This Bank has installed a modern fire and burglar proof Bank Vault for
the protection of the cash and securities of the Bank. Within the same
Vault walls have been arranged several private safe deposit boxes for
the use of Individuals.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX R E N T A L $1.00 A YE A R
G EN E R A L B AN K IN G AND SAVINGS BUSINESS
BAPAUME IS ENTERED
What is believed to be the largest
single shipment that has ever come
Events o f Noted People, Governments through the mails to the Oregon City Cavalry Successfully Precedes Infantry
postoffice was received Wednesday by
and Pacific Northwest and Other
on Wide Front—Airplanes Find
the Hawley Pulp & Paper company
The shipment, which was a consign
Things Worth Knowing«
ment of dyestuffs, weighed 4000 pounds
and cost $600 to ship from New York
to Oregon City.
More than 100 persons are reported
The Public Service commission is
With the British Army in France.—
to have been killed at Tyler, Minn., by seeking to link up the reconsignment
the tornado which swept over south and diversion hearing with the hear On some parts of the northern battle
eastern Minnesota counties Wednes ing on express rates on fruits which front the British have reached points
a thousand yards from the old Hinden-
is to be held in Portland September burg line, which seems strongly held.
Alpine county, the smallest in Cali 20, in a letter sent to Secretary Mc-
In addition to crossing the Albert-
fornia, w ill be governed exclusively by Ginty of the Interstate Commerce com Bapaume road at many places, the
women officials, with the single ex mission. The reconsignment and div British have made progress southward
ception of sheriff, after January 1, ac ersion hearing is slated for Chicago for a considerable distance with the
early in September.
cording to the present outlook.
cavalry operating in front of the In
Official confirmation was available
Articles of incorporation of the Asto fantry.
Resistance of a really strong nature
in Madrid Thursday of reports current ria Home Builders' company were filed
recently that Spain w ill take over in the county clerk's office Friday. seems to be slightly diminishing at
German ships in retaliation for the The incorporators are H. H. Burtt, F. mauy places along the battle front, but
sinking of Spanish craft by U-boats.
I. Turrill and W. A. Roth and the where the bulk of the Germans are
stock is $10,000. The company retiring they have left the country v ir
W hjle the Food administration asks
to have purchased a tract in tually seeded with single machine guns
the Country to curtail the conrimption
in protected positions and groups of
of beef, the cattle men of the Porter the Scow Bay district on which it will machine guns in nests.
ville, Cal., district are having difficulty
Never before, not even during the
in disposing of their late fall grass
Several Portland manufacturers now progress of this battle, have the air
employing women as a war-time planes had such numerous targets for
In recognition of the assistance ren emergency have petitioned the Indus their bullets and bombs.
dered the wounded in France by the trial W elfare commission for authority
workers of the Salvation Arm y on to employ women on the night shifts.
London, via Montreal.— Reconnoiter-
duty there, the United States Steel Under previous rulings of the com ing patrols of British troops are en
Corporation has sent $100,000 to the mission this class of employment at tering Bapaume.
night has not been allowed, but a
army’s war work committee.
It is reported that British outposts
public conference probably w ill be have reached the fringe of Bullecourt,
The need of conserving peach seeds
held at some early date that the ques which lies seven miles northwest of
or pits, apricot pits, plum pits, prune
tion may be more carefully consid Bapaume, and captured high wood
pits, hickory nuts, walnuts and butter
east of Albert.
nuts for use in making carbon for gas
masks is urged in a statement by the
Thirty-eight pair of China pheasants
gas division of the United States army. have been received in Cottage Grove
from the Simpson pheasant farm and
Simple funeral services for United
have been liberated on the game pre
States Senator Jacob H. Gallinger, for
serves of that section by C. A. Bartell,
more than 25 years New Hampshire
member of the upper house of con secretary of the Rod and Gun club.
Mr. Bartell states that Game Warden
Paris.— Premier Clemenceau Monday
gress, tf-ere held in the First Baptist
Shoemaker has stated that he hopes telegraphed the presidents of the gen
church at Concord, N. H., Wednesday
to make the Willamette valley a hunt eral councils that they could rely upon
er’s paradise which will attract large
Belated Reuter dispatches say that numbers of sportsmen from the east the government and Marshal Foch and
his magnificent staff and the allied ar
the outstanding feature of the all- in future years.
tillery commanders to turn the present
Russian congress was the denuncia
Efforts are being made to secure a success o ? the allied arms into a com
tion by W ar Minister Trotzky, of the
action of the allies in landing on the place on Director-General McAdoo's plete and decisive collapse of the en
Murman coast. He threatened merci official staff for a representative of emy.
"The splendid victories of the recent
the state commissions, according to a
less measures of defense.
letter received by the Public Service weeks,” said M. Clemenceau, “ In which
Restriction and curtailment o f va commission from V. F. Wilson, of the the spirit of our allies has so magnifi
riety of styles, colors, shapes, weights Nebraska commission. The fact that cently rivaled ours, has definitely set
and trimmings of fur and felt hats for staff members are virtually all rail tled the fortune of war. The enemy,
men and women for the spring of road men, and that numerous com bewildered, deceiving himself as to Ills
1919 was announced by the W ar In plaints have been received of lack of own strength, now Is finding out ’ hat
dustries board Thursday, following a courtesy to the traveling public are he underestimated us.
conference with manufacturers.
“ The results achieved are the first
given as reasons for the move.
fruits of our harvest of rewards, the
Seven enemy aliens, inmates of a
A total tax roll of $16,825,367, ex highest of which will he having de
prison camp at Fort Douglas, Utah,
clusive of the public service utilities, livered the world from ruthless op
were shot by a guard Wednesday
in Klamath county was announced by pression and brutality.
morning after they had refused to
Assessor J. P. Lee on completing his
"W e hail the dawn, the first gleams
obey an order to disperse and had at
rolls recently, which he announced was of which brightened the victorious
tacked the guard with stones and
an increase of 10 per cent over last blows of the founders of the American
other missiles. One of the prisoners
year. The exact increase oVer last republic and of the fathers of our
was wounded severely.
year is $1,553,633. By far the biggest revolution. The last obstacle to the
Henry Ford, through his private sec increase noted is in the personal taxes, establishment of rights among men is
retary, announces that he will return which have been raised $801,583, or about to disappear. The triumph is
to the United States government all nearly one-third. This is declared due near.
the profits he personally makes on to new industries launched, increased
"Universal co-operation toward the
war contract work. He added that he merchandise in stores and property world's rejuvenation will attain the
expected a number of other stockhold of newcomers.
ideal goal for which so many genera
ers of the Ford Motor company would
tions have been striving."
follow his example.
Oregon has the finest parole system
Following charges that he failed to in the United States and that its di
notify the vessel’s commander prompt velopment is due to Joe Keller, present
London. — German newspapers say
ly of a radio message warning all state parole officer.
the situation between Spain and Ger
shipping to beware of a lurking Ger
W. N. Clark, of the North Bend box many is critical, but that Germany can
man raider in the Pacific, the license
of Joseph Spatafore, wireless operator factory, has closed a lease for 15 years make no concessions with regard to
on the American steamer Royal A r on the Southern Oregon m ill and yard her submarine warfare, says a dispatch
row, is revoked by B. H. Lingden, at Empire, where the mill w ill be re to the Exchange Telegraph from Copen
constructed and placed in shape for hagen.
government radio inspector.
The Taeglisehe Rundschau admits
F ive thousand persons are homeless
Hunting parties who have been in the beginning of a conflict which may
and 250,000 are without proper food the mountains along the coast at New affect the positions of both Mexico and
as a result of a flood in the Tung Kl- port since the opening of the deer sea Argentina. "T h e complaints of Spain
ang river. The American Red Cross son are coming in wet and bedraggled mean an admission in favor of the en
is providing temporary relief.
from the continuous rainfall since tente powers,” says this newspaper,
“ and Spain's threat means a step away
Confronted by Sheriff Howard Traf- August 15.
ton with evidence tending to show that
The run of ralmon in the Umpqua from the path of neutrality desired by
she was n member o f the Industrial this year is unusually heavy, and the the Spanish people. The Spanish note
Workers of me World, Miss Minnie prospects are for a good season, ac must be considered by the German peo
Adams, a teacher in the Eureka, Cal., cording to George E. Campbell, of Gar ple as an unfriendly act.”
The Lokal Anzeiger says that 8pain
school, resigns her position.
diner. who is engaged in fishing op
must acknowledge the conditions which
Burglars early Monday cracked the
compelled Germany to resort to sub
safe e f the West Side State bank at
No payments w ill be required of marine warfare.
Great Falls, Mont, and got $2479 la firms coming under the workmen’s
cash and $400 in liberty bonds. En compensation act during September,
War Stories Are Wanted.
trant? was made through a w la d «v . that month having been declared an
Washington, D. C.— Relatives and
The burglars have not been arrested. "exempted month" by the industrial friends of marines fighting In France
were called upon—by Marine corps
Thirty thousand arrests have been accident commission.
made by the Bolshevik! within the last
Albany College will open its next headquarters to forward letters de
two weeks of the reign o f terror in schobl year on September ¿ 2 , Instead scribing interesting incidents at the
progress in Petrograd. according to of on September 16. as originally plan front so that they may be incorporated
official advices from Stockholm. Those ned. The opening has been delayed in the permanent records of the corps.
arrested were army officers and citi because of the demand for help in har Where desired the letters will be co
pied and returned.
zens o f the middle class.
vesting crops of all kin'**.
WAR TIDE TURNED,
Spain Near Break With Hun.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
P R O F E S S IO N A L
I Office Ground
Bell Phone 53-J
P. O. Box 147
With Rollie Watson
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opp. Court House,
C. W . T A L M A G E ,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
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Complete Set of Abstracts of the Records
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
TIL L A M O O K .
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ROBERT H. McGRATH
COUNSELOR AT LAW
106 Oddfellows’ Building,
Special Equipment for Making Income
Returns and Reports.
J. N. PEARCY
E. J. MENDENHALL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
928 Chamber of Commerce,
Money to Loan
Ileal Estate Agency
See m e for re a lty deals.
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
R. N. II K N K EL, Proprietor.
Night and Day calls
Sixth Street at Second Avenue
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T illam ook, Ore.
L. S. HUSHBECK. P roprietor.
W e also do
PR IN TING
of all kinds at
Dining Koom run on Family Style
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by tbe W eek.
LIST YOUR FARM WITH
Taylor Real Estate Agency
IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT.
SEE 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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