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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1913)
. . Cromblcy, ditor
Tueit zvftt A Wee v.iicri.iV.inrf'rli!.iV
.i ..tw . i? at ,"mdrtk-
iw..mi mxler tlw ct of March o. 1S.
Oreiron, under the act
sc ttfv RUTIOS HM A
, ..-..tin Kfc
' frwHlom. becauat Hia la, written in
Senate bill No. 151 providing that j ar nM.mbn as wH aa in nature and
the people of counties whose territory ,n grac, are ptrfect, converting the
is affected by the proposed formation j .j.
ofrww counties shall be allowed to' v helieve in the (roaoel of the Oohl
settle such matters by their own votes. 1 e RqIq, and that each man's habita of
instead of by n Uewide submission. jjfe should be aa example fc and
a bill which ws pssed by both house beneficent for every other man to
of the leeilature during the 1911 e- ow.
sion but wes ve'oed by the governor, We-believe Uiat God created both
i ! been (;i?ycd over the governor's . man anj woman in Hia own tmaire. and
veto by boii hi.uees this session. Just therefore we believe in one staivlar.l
what the term ..f tue bill are we do ; cf purjty for both men ami women, a.xl
not know, but if t; matter of county jn the epial riht of all to hoM opinion
divisijn is aecided by a majority of the amj to expre5g u,e tame with equal
voters in the county to be divide 1. some freetiom.
well merited divisions michl be blocked I v believe in a living whr; in
bynothavini: votes enouph. For in-J courts of conciliation and arbitration:
stance the county seat of a county raa 1 jn justice as oppoci to greed of k un -be
situated to one side of the county in "p on cartn am Koo.will to
which contain? n big percentage of the mon."
population arm we believe, that , Wo therefore formulate, and for our
aa a rule the larger population ( e!vea wjot)t the f00wini: pledk'f. ink
will vote to keep their counties intact i inK our ist0Ti amj brotners of n
no matUr what the merits of tee case
may be. We believe the matter of
county division should b left entirely
to the state legislature.
The Commercial Club of Tillamook
City is in debt and needs assistance, t
The club should have the support of ! inji wine, beer and cider, and to employ
every business man in the city. We all proper means to discourage the use
are now facinp a period in the life of of and traffic in the ame."
our city when us business men we ' Tu confirm and enforce the rationale
should be banded together for the pub-, 0f this pledge, we declare our purpoe
lie good. Harbor improvements ac- i to educate the younif : to fotm a better
companied by the development of our ' public sentiment ; to reform, so far ah
timber resources will soon be under ; possible, by religious, ethical and
way and it is now up to all of us to Bee l scientific means, the drinking classes ;
that a united front is presented so that to srek the transforming power of
Tillamook City may take full adran- J Divine grace for ourwlves and all for
tage of the oncominc prosperity. This , whom we work, that they and we may
united front can be made only through wilfully transcend no law of pure and
organization, and we already have wholesome living; and finally we
that organization in our present com- pledge ourselves to labor and to pray
mercial club, so let us all stand by the that all these principles, founded upon
club. There is nothing that counts so tl e gospel of Christ, may be worked
iruch for the benefit of or yields a out into the Customs of Society and
greater influence for the welfare of a ' I, W 3 0f the Land,
city, than the personnel of its business
me,,. Towns that have been fortunate BILL MUST BE KILLED" (?)
in having strong, level headed business n If lhc" friends of temperancef.want to
men have been known to forge ahead ju.lge of the value of any anti-liquor
and surpass other localities of greater measure, they should subscribe for
natural advantages. Our busindss men ' wrne 'Jf the leading liquor journals, anil
must not forget that a great deal de-! care.' ill; consider the comments of the
pends on them. I men wl.one fortunes are dependent
, 1 upon the success or failure of such
By a vote of 15 to 13, the house Me
Friday passed senate bill 45 of Ihe 1
last session over the Governor's veto
making its fourth performance of the
kind of the day.
The bill which becomes a law by
reason of its having passed bjth houses
over the Governor's veto, provides for '
the appointment of a Stato Veterinar
ian, deputk-b and county veterinarians, '
the creation of a State Livestock Sani
tary b.ard, and the appropriation of
3oO,(l j put law into effect, with an
annual appropriation of $25,000. It al
so provide for "mipentation for own'-,
ers of stock killea on account of con-
tagiois diseases. Veterinarian re
required to report cases of such dis
eases t tne State Veterinarian.
At ti. ,jt-. l of the Drolonired da
bate tn..t t ,ljoAW the introduction of
the bill, Ki-prt'.-ntativo Hagood, o ;
Multno-, .. G vtrnor's Webt'a nerKon.
ul rriouthijii.ee in the House, announced
that the chief exwutivo had never had
any objections to tne bill, cccpt that
it carried dn appropriation of $50,000,
which amount he did not believe tho
state treasury was in a condition to
meet at the time the bill was passed
two years ago.
This hill will no doubt prove a good
one. The State needs stricter regula
tion 1.1 regard to contagious diseases
of animals. That part of tho bill
which provides for compensation for
owners of stock killed on account of
contagious diseases is albo good. Every
time a contaminated animal is killed
the wholo state is benefited and for
this reason the state as a whole should
bear a portion of tho loss.
Beadle tl,e hpoi
htbpn pain imtamly,
Tli Great I'lie Hem
edy. 1'ut upliiiubK,
YKAR IN iVNCK.
Kach sub -uent insertion, line
Kenolntione of oroiolene and
ltv notice, per line
Hnsi'ieas & Professional earda,mo.
niei.inv Advertisement. Df Inch
ALL iV.Tty Adaratwtbe in this of
fnv oi Monday and Thursday Morn
ir.tt to i umre publication In follow
in Trsday nd Friday iwues.
Keiuwr, -.re imperative
W. C T. U. COLlfflUi.
trvwiur hour la N'oontile oach
""""''''day. for it is always noon title Mtrt
" t,,,r! wlwiv and aw th aakenlnjt conti
" hlU nenu from shore to ahw. aome where
"l " Our f a, n are rlslnc vrmor.
'M"V-' THE DECLARATION OP
We believe in th coming of flte
i Kttiir-lo'n w-hoao ervi ia tpwfect
common danger and a conmon hope, to
make common cause with us, in work
ing its reasonable and helpful precepts
into the practice of everyday life:
"1 hereby solemnly promise, God
helping me, to abstain from ull distill-
ed, fermented and malt hquors, includ-
legislation. A"y luk'.-warmr.ess on the
part of good citizens toward the Ken-yon-McCumber
bill (formerly known as
the Kenyon-Sheppard bill) ought to be
changed to fervid zeal, by the reading
of the following paragraph from Hon
fort's Wine and Spirit Circular, ad
drossed to the liquor men: "This bill
is the most dangerous im aaure ever
aimed at the liquor traffic, .'hat have
you done to defeat it? iii ill MUST
b-killed. If you fail to do your part,
don t complain if tlio bill ,,. and
your business ii ruined."
The bill hag not yet passed ti.e Sen
ate. Keep the wires an-l t w ,;,.tiln
busy with emphatic rernindtri to your
Senators that the bill MUST PA.JS.
Head again the urgent appo il of the
president of the Tennessee V. C. T. U..
wh,c" PPared in last weeks Signal,
see how much its passage would
mean to prohibition territory but. k-
jijcjmuuj umi. wuuio oe me iiuruuH'.
Hr.. . L. . . , .:. .......1.1 t .(..
blow ovor struck the liquor traffic, '
DRINK KILLING FRENCH
Advocates of moderate diiriking not
infrequently refer to Kranco as an ox
ample of the harrnlesaness of tho drink
habit. Such superficial thinkers should
he confronted with tho terrible series
of statistics which specialists attached
to the principal I'aris lunatic asylums
have just given to the -public, and
which are published in a lato issuo of
the New York Times.
The figures given show that since
tho time when exact records were be
gun, 18G(j, the proportion of the In
mates amcng the men brought there by
drinking has increased from 14 to 47
per cent, and among tho women from
less than 2 per cent to 20 per cent.
"Most of these unfortunates," nay
the specialists, "arc psychopaths de
scended from other ulchollcs." They
conclude with tho following appalling
statonumt which doiilsditootly with tho
IHMHihUion niuwtion In Franco:
"Of every tlimi!..iml children bom of
Hloholu-x nlmut otio-thlrd dlstinpoiir
either .it birth or In tho flrl two or
three years, nnd among the survivor
there are it tans number of idiot. ;
lepti.-, many degvnei'tite dovold of
moral sens, and instinctively perverse
creatures of nbnormnl Impulse,
Ml I enough to regard tho groat
group of various specie of mental
degeneracy bequeathed by alehoHes to
their children to be sure tlmt Alcohol-
'am supplies tho men's aid of the t'nr-
la asylum with Ihree-jurtrs of their
DAILY CURRENT FlllNGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
Furnished By Pacific Abttmct Co.
Jan. SHh MS.
M. Ray toW. C, Winsk, tl. und
int in tmt in Sec t S W ami Sec
SU S 6 W.
T. B. rotter Realty Co. to S, O.
Murray $10, lota .", 8. . 10 It btk V
S. C). Murray .v wf to K. J. HeynoW,
im, loU 10 U blk fi Bayoewin,
F. R. leal. Tr. to A. C. UraR, iXO
lot 3 blk St Sea View I 'ark.
G. II. Higeiis St wf to C. II. Blatter
$10, Iota 0 to 12. Oennriw
Manhattan Realty Co. to Maude :
Howen, $360. loU 7 X- S blk 6 Munhat-j
Deed. Win. I . SUIIuell ot til to;
Tillamook City II, Right of Way for
Jan rt '13
John Hupp to J. J. I'.upp 110, SO ncro
i i Sac ) I S 0 W.
J. J. Rupp & wf to I 0. HmMoMoii
W. G. Dwight S 10, 80 a Sec IKS 1 S 'i
Js. Hughey to J. V. Little, $15000, !
1. Sec 7 1 S 9 W.
Jan 30, '13
First Hank & Trust Co to Alfred S.
Harrison, $10. lot U & Hi blk 65 Kooky
C. H. ka-w A wf to A. K. Fnrnam,
$10, lot 33 blk W Hrighton Reach.
H Got Along Tin.
Thom.-t hnd never tcn nblc to csrry
a turn-, iiml lifter bi- h.ot U--n for
.n "n:.- Iii a clii-'s when tning was
.ili-Mtirr III- uiotht-r f-lt curtoii" lo
kii.i.v ii.v in- ninnncrd to Lri up with
t'i- - atpia
"Tlmiiia"." -lie Intpilrrd. "how do yoi
j.-r iiN'tis In lour hImcIiii: cliuT" I
J-'llu-r it.--:.-in-l Tlioinni.. ,
"Wliv, it-ijiV lorelr." mid hU !
; .'mi mill :itlCfl niotlirr "Whst
. mm I .-r ay ntntuf It?"
"K!i em.' rcpllol TrKiiiiim chrrf
, -,,. iv. ilioina. If you doutt
.I I:h.- .Iii;Iii you lM-tlll'L" C-Ira
l!i i.id MrruM.
Putting It U Good U-
.),..., wmi'ii b-,-n rrj" nirefal
.t'.n !l. Uioi.ii you li-t ynur children
Hi. y.-. lud-ii; There's our Jim
ii iii'cp.1 him for a HtatcftiniHi. Jim
vn r.iUi-d 011 t lit- Congn-H.-iloiinl Itw
ird." "The Coiigre-hlunnl Ilrcoril! Well,
"Vi': we let him nit oil It for Tt-iurs
co Iij-'iI bv ruli-i-d t-iiuii'h In ent from
tin- tablf " Clovelanit Plain DvnWr.
Th Song Bird.
They say the birds arc timid. (Inmt
hi-ilreiiH, to Im- ho utiiull mid lovely i a
world of tinwk.H mid Miiurt- ntw! ef
dare to xlng ax If the god were good
In all the wide rrcitlmi tln-ri- U mdh
lug braver t tin 11 the heart of 11 sliigtiig
Yet Both Made Hits.
Director- Say. my 1111111, how In It ft at
,Slinkexpeiire' statue N Htiiliillng 01,
tile pedestal limrktil SeottV Atleiidiilll
Me iniiKt have got hi- buxe on 11 n
error, hlr. lirooklyn Life.
Wc will give away free to
every Child horn in Tilla
uiook County, one solid old
l)ahy rin, starting Nov. 15,
1012, ending Mar. 1 st, 1 9 1
X LAMAR'S I
I Tillamook, Ore.
DROP IN AND
LOOK AROUND" I
Notice tu Creditor.
Notice Is hereby given that .1.
Robinson It been ttppolntod Admlnt
trwtur of the estate of Ptwlol Hull.
ml that all ponsmts liiivlptf
rw tKitlnt tho M omtto nr
irwi,y notified to printout thm, with
pt v-uehet. within at () month
(nm tfcilat of thlf iotlea to tho ml
miniatrat r or to hU attorney In euro
,,f th (uinty Clerk tit lh C-mt lltwo
tn Tillamook City,
Attorney for Adminletromr.
tlated January 10. 191S.
! ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK
Notice is hrfby givn to all whom
lit may ncm. that lbs County
iw t of tho Sut.-or Orrgvn. for th
U'ounty of Tillamook, has appointed
i th umlcrigned administrator of ims
Estate of Amtrvw r". ntwy, -.
and any ami all persons having claims
against said estate art hereby riultod
to present them to the umkrtlgn-d at
the omVe of T. H. Goyne, Mrwir at
law, in Tillamooa City, Owfori. t
gether wlththr proper voucher, with
in si months from the date of this
Dated January 24th. 1815
Jaraw Btbhy, Admtnlctr tor
of H Eatst of Andrru F. Hi y.
CI I A TUiis.
In the. County Court of the Slntc
of Oregon fnr TllUmoufc County.
in the Matter V. uliam liraham
t)an. an Insane Pt.,
IN THE NAM; K I'tltt 8TATK OF
To Willlu n Uraham lesn and William
.V!cQ-4crl, Ousilmn of said Wllllnm
You are hsreby cited to be and np
jwar in the court room of the Countv
t'oort of the State of Orogon for Ttlla
inooV County, tn the (illy of Tillamook,
Coonty of Ttlliiinu.it. ami ntntr of Oro
gon, 011 Mommy the 3rd day of March.
11)13. at 10 o'ctocW of ald d.-iy, then
niul there to shiw onme, If iny you
have, why Thonms Cottle should imt
be npMjintcil guardian of the jwron
and estate of Willium (',r.wia-n Dean
within the Stnle ( Orogon, pryvd
for In his tKitilton on tile horuin.
ll order of tho aforesaid county
court, this 1 30th day of J-nunry. 1913.
, Attest my hand und scat of ld
Court, the day and year lait boc
Homer Mnsott, County Judge,
Hy J. C. Hoklen, Clerk.
Jan. 31, Fob. .
NOTICE OF AFP01NTHLT Of
Notice Is In nly given to all whom
it mat concert . that the County Court
of tho tiit- tif ( ri-gon, for TilUmook
County, han uppvintcd the utiderilgned.
lioU-rt Lichuik'er, Ailinlnlstrattir of
theujtate of Marjf A. Klchlligrr, Dn
ceasctl, a I id all torso having claims
Hgiiinnl said estat- are hereby required
to iireseut llieio to the iinitrrsig'H'd, at
the office tif Cnrl lUborhich, Attorney
at law, Tilla i.ok City, Orcion to
cuther with the proper vourhers, with
in six months from the date of thu
Ditcd at TilluiiiiKik, Ore, January
Robert Elrhlnger, Administrator of
the Estate of Mary A. Elchlngcr, De
ceased, rsrijrd liiAt's
3f MalkaUo uid Umrroal
if on wui ran co ut
armwri Uin urirlil nv,r ni.
Pciurcc-r ltureu lwnvn ut.i.
fonn filr.tlfrhl nv,iw I iwrti
fUinjimhout wn'li Poiiu Assr.sios'
tuvca u your luU lull.
The Great n GnmA
Malleable and Charcoal Iron.
haaft mimbcrof MtcIiDiIviifoatiiroi.iiaj-h
Clio wl Jina to lin durability and iru U
cal scrvlco, uiakliiK tliu iUJiniKj Out
Ufi rniiKM you ran buy rrirardJiwi ul
pnro. lliat's why flllM-n oUuiriiuuiu
I tuna try to linluto lu
ruu HA US BI
Alex McNair & Co.
tr h A 1 JL 'S. 4
E. N. CRUS0N.
'.'nititcr mtil I "a jw r llntit-f
;Al WotK t .iKirdiiti nl,
1 rillaiiiuok. Or.
FOK SALI; AT
DOS'T SI'UIL A GOOD IIORSK
hy krrping him In shabby old Martins.
Wn ita selling Harness made of thfl
Iwst stock at prices that ought lo
A WF.I.L MA OK IIARN'KSS
will not only Improve the niK-sranro
of your horse, hut contribute to your
safety us well. Many a runaway could
be avoided if the old llsrnrss had txctl
discarded in time.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
is the best
It Reaches the People
The Red Wheel
General Repair Shop
KlltHT HT W ItHT
Ono 22-0.1. Cpoelal ma:h rower
Davasro Ilepoator Trappor'a
Oun Marblo Oamo fJottcra
22 anl 14-Oal. Shot and .all
WANTED Cocoad Hand Violin
The following prices nru now paid
for form producta ut Tllluriiook City,
(Viirectotl uvury Thursdity :
Kggs pur tloz
liuttor, pur roll
Potatoes, tier wt
0.7r to ,B6
.171 to .1H
Cheese, per lb,
Cabbage, por lb,
Ciirrots, pur lb,
1'iirsnlps, per lb.
Squash, por lb.
1'urnpkliiB, per Hi.
Apples, pur box
1.00 to 12.5
Hogs' light, dressed, nor lb.
J f A" ILAI
Hogs, hcuvy, drnHsud, per lb.
Ucf druuMtu, pur lb.
Abstracts on Short Notice!
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Comiilftr Sot of Abstracts of the Records of
TilUiMook County, C)r!f:on
0'IK flROU.N'l) 1'l.OOK 'fODD IK) PEI.
iwim uiot wtm)K
( UO'I'l t PUONIISi
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tiltt lit Mtti.roti I j
All VmV l,.14...,f.
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oairm: .S'rt. Cutuirlr iM i'
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ANI st ttt.l UN
Olllco Nott IWr t. Mntuo Tik-
t f htral. .tfd Ar 1
S. . I 1 S BBS 1 I
I 111.01 wr.rt 1 nr.;.iisi
'Olllro Hour I rum 9 a 111. lo$f.
Over Y. K. Beali Real Estatt
J. E. REEDY, D. V.
E. J. C I AURflE
Attorney at Law
T. H. G0YNE
Attorney. at-Law as.
U. S. CorsMuiioner
.ilium III AMI III Mill 1
r a 1 si -..'
lillmnook lltiildinq Room
H. T. B0TTS,
a m b m s " sr - r- t . a a
- WW a
1 1 1 U L 1 1 1 1 II I K . II
1 1 l.l.M lOtJK UNIll-UTAK Ml
It, N. IIILS'KLH, Mi,
Four Doors West of linker)'.
- --. --.-' -iiu e - vimwii ,sii-
Liiily AsslHtnnt Whun Rotin .ted
G. L. DICK SON, l'foM.
'Hie Same I'rlco to Hvcryon
1 v . .
desirable ilt limn a ye
Huo.scnption to uiu
.nititw nnma miir
Give your orders to