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Coc.il Happenings. t
t ,f uaiibaldl. I" 0t
, iu-l in order l .ach-
i .iic . row. u mi 11 1; jr-
ct- J -. Hcintwk. wi
li fiol In port today with
,j f nw f,amc.
With nmptuymci.'il n foittlly.
Mf ' . Tillamook,
h k h-'T ")' CHy bu.l
. , h cwnnnllut (or
He will do ymi x
If Kn!" lu lrn quit" ill durlnt;
ritfrn J wllh (oti.lltU..
j. f, r lll ffchen aUrtll thn
it ? Mh. T. HtilllUU.
K A'xtiwn, of Mohlrr. ft
"Bo-. i i,..Ur Monday.
iJ and deliver! or llellv-
B) 4.f--l frit Ihe wafe'wn It rorno
(f,t ..ititry Hi htmde.
Vlir iiU atl hkr for .ale. S
t: T -r. HemWV P. 0., Pica:-
!!' rnlxirU th tilrth uf n
ftcfBtitvr i Mr . oml Mr. Witt.
I !fei. heritor and I). C I'ore
. ,f .win, wero 'nilfltiwV v l i -
M r,4ii, A. T, Kvnn nntIC,
.if- ' ,af idaUll. wtirn In (own (ill
V J II itir. mwl wUc from uti the
li trr woro ntlamouV ltOpxjril
If v-.an. will Imi at Nflhalcm all
fcti-i t . 1 1 ilolital work, tto will
li.-li i; Silliijny.
I fAf. wtiti Imo Ik-oi ollUttlo
la, rcturnnl on Monilny
cr t'.r -v.tn.Un roulo.
iS'..rl I. an licon recclvml Imro thai Um
" "f il 1'ity cao will titf tnkoil tip
I - jir mi (our I on 1'iiaailny lit.
I'wrw fi.un.I. Ownr r can liavn antnc
raih'.tf nt tliu Hrrnlil olttco ami
'Vu.j; .r..Hrty nicl pnyini; for thin
W 'i Drtiht ruttunril on Monday
"in a t n.i.K ua trip to Portland. II"
Me tin trip iHith waya ovor th Shor-
iTlur. i,o ii ilnnfo fiiri'luti mum-
' at the cluli room nuxt Tliurmluy
Per Si,,. Ono Jtirmiy Hull u'l ''
iej '"W. Iliitiaonnlito prlro. Ail-
F - V N. MorKnu, TllliuniMik, Ore-
C L O U G II
When you want anything
kept iu a KIK8T CLASS
He also keeps
FOR EVERY PUPIL
DrHJ&M and Book Seller
PUHK VHlTIt 1'I.OUK
lot of hutiwiaciion in
that when trailing nt
you are gelling tin hest
quality good llmt money can oh
lain; nlno that wc curry a large
variety, which iiinlcon it eusv for
W. N, llay, of llonvpr, wo county
ical vulior Umflriit of U? wroV.
'Hi" Annual inrc-tlht' of Uin ft In lie
(itiftmonl will Ixi )itii nri ''hutiy
rpllli-. All (ittitlli II Kfo llli .l-(J o
tr. Viwlt rri-orU itir lilrth of ton
in Mr. utttl Mr. Main HUurr on Hoiur
day (nit am.' tli ll rtli of n noil to Mr.
nikt (;iij;n Tlrincrilrit n Sun
dy. tr 8. M. SNVwti. pliyaleUii atrl tut'
VJli; f)( J?Uso Hint KUarnillrra llirlll,
Oltkn fVittnorclal lluiMIni; cpKill
VMi-,r.tW Slwklnjjt for ni-n,
wnmfl sml fblktrnn, VSt ilr -two pair
for 'It Try Uinnt.
I.ainar' Variety Slofp.
M)(oti In ami IoV Arvuml."
The UhUm TVmtH-rhnro inocdiu: at
Uir U. II ('lmrr)i u( Humlay nvnilni;
wti "if y attviwlml. Ul ehurh tm-
1 1 in; wrVrl lo ll iiUntnl rAjuell ami
Yrsl brl.'K turwl away.
Tho flrl of (h wpcV Or. IWmU op
crato.1 iki lUo il of C)ia Juhnron, nf
llnovpr. for oUtmellon of (Iip ImiwpU.
tlir ofrUon wat uriTmiful aivl (he
U.y It t;n(tla alonK (IfHJ. ,
Mr. KrnV Whiter ami ilaUKl't"''
K. wHo hvo Iwnii vti(lnt In Cali
fornia lfl wlo nr callinf hoinn by
Uio llni of Mr. Whcolrr'a ilaUKlit-r
Mr Hunt, arrivml hctv oh U'rtJnrwJay.
Tbuy fouml Mn. Ilun( much Improved
ami on (ho kmI to rrcuvcry.
JAMB WALTON JR. TO
PRACTICE IN PORTLAND.
J a ohm Walton Jr.. allnrnty at low,
has taVn inMon of thr lorinrr
t)4artir of OrorKc N. DuvU, now cir
cuit jttilRv. at ttt-a SpnuUnt: luillit.
Ooorco It. Aloxi4r will roUln hi
Olilcr- In the suite.
Mr. Walton, whu ha ilolorml iei to
1 ba(ii pertnaiipittly In Horllnm), wa
tmrii ami ralil In So loin. Ho nltun
ill the Kplle elMoU l Sln ami
lalor took the tir In law nl th
Unlverlly of ()roon. Mr. Walun
J wa flrt oniplovwl tn Ow I. add t
Huh hank at Snlom. He euma lu
Portland fur tlio Seorlty Sovlmj &
rrt Coinpnny until I'.'Otl whon he
wont to Tlllnimk nml iniiH'l In
hiidlniwii. Mr Walton ntnyml In TllU
itKHik unlit July HH'A whon ho dotur
inl.iinl l tnko u(i tno pructli-e of Imw
in Portland. I'm tland Journal.
We will pve away free to
every Clnhl l)iin in Til!a
monk County, one solid jjold
haliv riu, startum N'ov
1 ii l ii. emliim M''' - lsl
The Red Wheel
General Repair Shop
Ouna, Bicycles, Typoritcru,
Etc., Doucht, Oold,
BxchaacreA, Etc. Export
rrinniit. on! weti ui vmi ;" ti
I.I Hticcl. One Hloi-k Went of Allen llmi.r.
! II lloi .i:u.
lutonl Prior nn Tung'
nton MaMom) iantm
in Watt $0.45
25 Watt .45
.10 Watt .50
00 Watt - .65
100 Watt 1.M ,
Krosled lamps f "fs
' Hirurtlvo Oct, , WW
TilUmook Electric Lljbt '
Ph'aI rmananv ' '
Paving Area Extended
To Over 6 Miles.
Nurlr $300,000 Eipoded for Im
pruvrmrnli. RrtLirnce Diitncti
Solely iu 'rJ Di.lricl Tl.il
I, a (irande, Orovtiii, Jan. I, t'Jl.1.
A total of six nut n half iiilln uf lm
tirovnil atrpfltd within the rrfirnt
lllliltaof l.a (Trnifln lm eii pmihI'xI
out with th ron pint Ion uf Um incoivl
Hlreet prujoct hy Uio Warrun Con
'Hie tiiajoilly of eonlraet. wore hail j
on Ihe of llllullthle. which U he. i
ln uawl etitilv.iv In uthwr rttlo and
prouri( lantliii; nml reolioinleiil ns i
Mli nn Bltruflllvo In npjMinrafieu. !
Ffoiii KflcTji tntr :
Mr. II. K. 'I1iointiii wm (aknn lo
the Jhiy City Sanatorluin Thtlnwlay
wlicir. i,p will untlnrtso an oxtratioii.
Kite iin (mm III for Minetline nml II l
to he liu-fl he will rreover peillly.
Hie roof of 8. 0. Heed', eottaurt at 1
Ur H-kah-tilu wa blown olT ilorlnn tho I
roeent k lor lit ami enrrleJ .everal hun-I
drril fed Into tho tneni'.ow uUive tde j
bou.e by III heavy tfale thai nwopt
down the mwwtaln .o. The other I
rattaijp. In thai vicinity did not mm- ;
tain any ilamaije, however.
AukihI Sanbcrt: klllwl a tare U;nr '
near tiu lUtlenon place on the -Ujiith
Fork of Uie NVIulum Hlver tul Mon- i
day. It mca.urwl nine feet from tip)
to Up. ' j
II. V. Tuhl. Um man of auuiurlly In 1
thn Nehalom Hotel, haii been conflnod !
lo hl room for rvornl day. owIuk to
an atlict of (he la KIIIM. "n I. able ,
to ! ab-wt ai;aln n ununl.
The boanl nf Imjulry meetlnj: wa
ll Id at Mob lor t'huriulay morning to
a.eertaln the rau of lite roeent wreck
al Hoy' place. Several prominent
railway official were In nltendaneu
lakini: te:imony from the rrew and
pjeliKer a well. The accident w
wholly unavoidable, however, nml
therefore there l no probability thai
any charge will lie lireferted nRnlnxt
the crew by tho.e otllrinl.
The MImc Martha Alley and Clarn
Schullmoyor relurnvd Sunday from a
nhorl vuli In PurlUixl and vicinity.
They irport havln had n mo I plo
ant trip and alito mi Inlennoly Intor.-'t-Inir
one for evernl rcaioni ; principally
on fcecount of th ctrcuiloui rvutt lhrty
took in returning to N'ehalem via Sen
ildeover tho trull, which uddeJ consid
erably to Iholr fund of uxpertancu in
ttiiiklni: Uioir llr( call to H)lnU bo
yoml the narrow conllnun of Tillamook
O J. Smith nml C I). Porei:oy wit
ncMod nn in(r(lni:HM:Uicle 'iVdne
dnj mornliik'. They wro injfnjvU in
pie'tinc up inw Iuk'k on lh bay with u
launch when n lilir tldil wavo nix feel
In heltfht and extendlni: the full width j
of the bay wepl ncro the Hal lowarl
them. Who n it sirucU deei water I
however il twain" n dead awull i.nd 1
tho lioat UhiihIihI over It without nnv
dlilleully. They feareil tlut it would
nwnllow up the liltlo ernft nnd were
propnretl for the wornt, oven to willing
their property to their lenl heim
when tlio wave struck tlium. Happily
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iiiuiil to the task of mountini; tho
comber and camu out of tlio dilliculty
with llylm; i-olors.
Mr. and Mm. Mauarrell took Mrs.
1 Miuinrrull'ii paronU to TillamiHjk,
whuro thoy expect lo make their future
Tho Christmas treo and entertain
ment that was held on Christina
nlKlit "t tlio MuKiirrull Hull was well
iillonded. Tho Itoulder teacher Mrs.
Stone, furnishod tho Kreutor part of
tho program. Shu was sorry lm
hadn't more Unto but nliu certainly did
well. So tunny thanks to Mm. Stono
and her school for their kindness.
The Wolf Creek school also did woll tor
such a small school. Thoy all took an
actlvo part. Tlio beautiful decoration
was duu Lesley Jensen, Misses lithwl
and Jossio Jonson, U D. Krako and
Mm. K. P. Mills. Wu take this way
of thanking tho peoplo for thoir help j
in so many dltrorent ways. .
Hunting senilis to bq the order of
the day around this neighborhood.
H. L. Jensen Is alck with a bad cold.
Clarko Johnson Is reported on the ,
ltalnh Welch and wlfo uro tho happy
parents of a littlu daughter, which j
arrived Monday, tho sixth.
K. P. Mill I computing his now
bum on the old Newmutv,placo.
u M.n.urmii ...cts totitav' lnl
town a weolc or so with'her parents, ' and till visiting hro'tliors arc eor
Mr. und Mrs. Porktni; " . diallv invited.
Mr. Spuecu is busy mukinn'.'a." rond I I . Hoai.S, W. Al, . .,
so he can huul his imyHinJ jfrom nil ap C. E. Tromiu.KV, Secretary.
For Sae crJTrade FojJTiila
m oo k City or Cou nty PropertV
Mo, -Two u In Hoic lly Prk, Porlbwl, ono hhok
from tre!l ear.
Mo 2 Thrno lot 'i IJnlvernlty Park, Portlan', thr:!
block from lri;et ear.
Mo 3 Two loU In KuKcn City, unu blick from utrci-l enr
nnd four block from tho HIhIi School, Crrnsi?ic
l.thrary nnd Statu Unlverity KrotJuj.
Nu4 ''20 acre of wheat land In Morrow County, all un
der cultivation, In v.iyit wheal bi:lL
Mo 8- Old, lot and fii! reiulencn In bet reldcnce purtof
Han Jone, Cal., J, nort block from the HikIi
Srhixil arnl State Normil Hehrml, mid two hort
block from three tre:tcr llo-.
Atl thn Abova WW Iratia For Tillamook Olty ttr County
P. W. TODD, - - Tillamook, Oregon
Cement : Coal
LA MB- SCI1 R A I )
Docks and Warehouse Front St.
Pacific Abstract Company
I'. KUKRIIARUT. Mimtixci
Complete St of Abstracts of the Records of
Tillamook County, Oregon
OFFICE GROUND FLOOR TODD HOTEL
IVfllh Kut-LIE WlT.o)
;.Vlln 513 Abo Motual
tP. O. BOX H7.
pearnncci", he wont uct the hay
too oon If it keeps on snowing.
K. P.Mill' hoiMc. caught fire omo
timo early Monday morning burninir n
place ntioul R feel lone ""d S feet wide.
Iluriicil the aheetiin; and almost buned
the rafter in two. it was not discov
ered until the lire was out.
Mr. KhtM.'.nm had tho misfortune of
limine unu of Ins cows u few days
II. I.. Larnen is very busy these
dnyi burnini; loe.
Mr. and Mr. H. L. Jensen uavii
their tton Korrtuy a party last Tuesday
nieht. It w hi 17lh birtndav. The
. j evening v.'n upent in pulling tally ami
playtni: irames ami before thoy starttil
' for home they were ulven a fine sup.H:r
which was prepared by Mr. Jensen.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. 0.
' W. Kinmimon nnd Iteata Kinneman,
: Mr. Keene, Bessie, Oewie and Ihivie
tf'p. Mr S,0!'? J
Nid)lllll Vi n nd LlonoI s,H,cec
Rev. Ilarkcrand fpintly, who arrived
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I noro receniiy irom uiiioriuu, iiiuuk'h
they would have some fun bear hunt
ing. Mr. Barker and his son Ben
started out Monday morning and, after
being in the woods for sometime, got
lost and It was midnight before they
reached home. They saw much beau-'
tiful scenery but think their sport was
well paid for. '
Mrs. O. W. Kiunamanhas been called
to Ihd bed side of her mother, Mrs.
Dye, who is very sick with gall stones.
Tho following prices are now paid i
I. i.i.. .. fr:it.i..mL. fit.. '
llll 1111 III iWllll IO IIW I luuiiivun iiji
t'otrectoil uvery Thursday:
Kggs per dot.
Butter, per roll
Potatoes, per ewt.
Cheese, per lb.
Cabbage, per lb.
$0.75 to .ST.
.'.17 to .IS
Carrots, pur II).
ii.....,i., ..... ii.
& ' U)
Apples, per box
Hogs' light, dressed, per lb.
Hogs, heavy, dressed, per lb.
I Beef dressed, por lb.
REGULAR COMMUNICATION EVERY
A Mill attendntice is requested
Lime : Brick
K R (X ) M PA N Y
between 2d and 3d Ave. West
Ranch for Sale on Silct:
50 acres l mile rivor f'r.iT, i1) acres
bottom half slashed, iu -TiMSi, the rot
bench land parti ; sl'ishvj, l to cra
good now hnu with 't ' nnd col I
water, ip, Imrn and out .buildings, n 1
kinds of stnn.ll fruit. Plrnty of o"'
range, if want to dairy. Can seU mil';
t door, on mail route and phone,
three quartera of a mile of school, nil
kinds of ganu and fun. sVn-t time
will oirer for f2,fKK". Call on or write
to Vm. Scott, Kernville. Lincoln Co.
i.r. .it Tile K.ia
we'i itcul kuclo
BE Alex mcnair Ac Lo. I I
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BRIEF NEWS OF, OREGON
It cott ll,7in,r,02.nc to run the conn
ty of Multnomah for the yenr 112.
Arthln UnrniAi l.1-yiirotil boy,
t.ibb-d Dnwey Hullvnn, Ancther lKy
of. about hi own age and size, wlill
nKAi:cit in n fight nt Baker.
A kurnrncr school will bi hlrl At
Jor.cpb, on Wftllown tnkn, for a perlrxl
of lx rvKfkn, undi-r tho direction of
l; fni.-jlty of Wlllnmittw un1;rliy.
Thn Oregon Cut Club will hold tt
third annual nhov from Jmmnry 23 to
ZS Incliulvf; in Portlnnd, und'T the
rulei o( the Anierlcnn Cut nrsovtatlon.
Koiirtoon mlllury prli-onor at Fort
Htomn. an- nwttlUng a i;neriil oourt
i martini a th'i riult of an witbrwak
' ooctirrtnK nt the Fort StovotM guard
I Mi;i Vena Meln. (Mil ir.a
I iron cf tho gomutit Iridlnn bcol
tl V':.rripr1n(l, wan nocidonlally hot
and killed by Mr. Brown, the agency
Portlnnd nawmltts ait approximately
tS3.0OQ.0bO fot of lumber durinr. the
year 1912. Thi U bMev!iI to be the
Inrtent fjuantlty prodneod In any sln
r.le city In the -orkl.
Alrln C. Brown. S3 far oW. a res
IdeM of Forciat Grove Ince lUd and
a crandion of Ta tilt ha Brown, the plo
ncr founder of Pacific Ualvemlty.
died at hi home In Forest Orotc.
The war departmi-nt hta detailed
Jlret Llentenaat I'etor J. Henneey
nt the riftunih cavalry as profeor
vt military aeieace and tactics al Ore-
' Ron aKricdtural college. He will re
port January 5.
One of the needs of Oregon Impreaa
: od more thn ever upon C. C. Chap
j rntn. atatf Immigration commlIonT.
I a the result of the recent bind shon'
t lr. the omai. Is the demand for small
farm at mod'jst price.
Ths treamiry department has Issued
n charter to the Northwestern Nation
al bank of Portland, which ha absorb
ed the Portland Trust company. Un
der Its charter the new bank opns
with a capital of UOO.000.
Approximately : 100.000 changed
bands jRacio- 1 In Portland's China
town. whn the Portland Chinese start
ed the new year of the Gregorian cal
endar and bgan 1913 with their old
ctntoms grafted on the practices of
Because of lack of funds to purchase
locks for the doors at the Eastern
Ortigon branch Insane asylum, It is
possible that the 300 ratieati to be
transferred from the Salea asylum
may not be taken to Pendleton for a
:uniber of wcoks.
Proposing that the tin-plate and
bonding ordinances of Portland be re
drafted and made statewide in th::r
.application is one of the moves which
Governor West plans before the coin
asbembly iu bis campaign for les-..-.lanon
Henry Berks, CS years old. a resi
lnt of Kdenbower for the past 23
. art., committed suicide at his home
'here ty hanging himself in the barn.
' 'tiionoency from physical Injuries,
!.m which recovery appeared lispos
.:ble. is thought the cause.
I!.e Morrow county poultry show,
h i opened December 24, closed
'r.d !. The eutties were uot as many
,.s oiectel. .There were 245 birds
.'iitered for competition, all from Mor
. i, w county. W. M. Coats, of Vancou
ur, B. t. judgeil the exhibits.
P. role - iron; Governor West were
.vetted by James !. Riley and Frank
...s.: Riley killed Louis Long la
v rosk couaiy and Nash was serving
. e-itencf for lareony. Paroles were
. Iso grunted Frank Nlmlck, Joo Shur
,n and i hong Sid. n Chinaman.
It h.tse been decided that the state
Uml bjard will ask the legislature to
.:i protiriate 510.000 to carry on the
! stilts to be ins tituted to recover about
.. . J r.rre; of lr.ud alleged to have
.n fraudulently filed on during the
:..'iit'oi-l!Lj land operaUons In this
...v. vers 'iTtn vr'ous parts of the
te j'.'id riewters c:' the loglslat-i-e
. tn aluics: evr .ounty la Oregon
.' ; ccte j j atte:d the meeting :n
. f.M" rul cou -t rooms lu Portland un
10 nt'tvrnnon i '. Friday. January 10,
t dii'-'-i-s tl.e : rcs?d lt.ws for rv-
3. on of tto .. : :.nl system of the
Mare t'lau 20 couaty assessors were
at Snlcr; Inst week In a conference
with the suite tax commission relative
to tho shoving recently made by rail
road companies as to alleged discrim
ination lu taxation as to corporatluj.
The schedules filed by the compaui-js
wort gone over, analyzed aud criti
cise.'. lv th.' assessors.
P.v.auco vUo 17-year-old daughter of
Charles F. Beck tit Klamath Falls
spurned his attentions, George Gowan
entered the Beck home, went Into tho
kitchen and exploded a stick of dyna
mite which wrecked the building, In
jured five members of the family and
received wounds himself which will
probably result In his death.
City authorities have negotiated
with owners to take over au adltlonal
40 ucrea In the Ashlaud canyon dis
trict, near the upper Intake, deeming
tals action necessary' further to pro
tect the purity of Ashland's water sup
ply. Gradually tho Incorporation la
obtaining coutrol of the' entire water
she'd of tho Asbj&ud 'crelt district.