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FRIDAY. KKHRl'ARY 7. 19KJ.
.-.,,, DraWe, M. D., who is at are willing to pay any price thtxt their
present working in the interest of the baae natureo may bo satisfied. This
Portland Kescuo Mission is in our city, has brouirht intnUtanec n onraiuxed
meet in(f the people and making acme band of devili.h men who have built
sp!e: iid talk alonir 'ine tht should J up the white slave trallle in an en
te of i -.teret to tie pirent amlyounn ideavor to satisfy the desires of the
Mk Those who have not heard bar tlrst and reap bit; rewnrd.. Wealth on
should not fail to take advantage of j the one band aud the ilottire for it on
the remaining opportunities. j the other is at the bottom of the whole
. busipeis. The question iww present
Kioently tlje pope of Rome asked the! "self: Can our nation withjtoml it
pre.it lowers to wrest Palestine forever present nmi ever incrensinK' prosivrityT
frun: Turkish domination or else to ' The greatest warfare of the aes ia
..m-titv in hlv 1 now on. We believe that on the whole
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places and protection to Christian
pilgrims. The anti-papal newspapers
of Italy have taken up the cry, and are
advocating the creation of Palestine
into a permanent and independent tem
poral kingdom for the pope, tuch .1 1
plan was put forward mnny years ago j
as a final solution of the differences
between the Vatican and the Quirinal. !
Congressman Warburton. of the state
of Wasnington. has a scheme to make
the tobacco users buiM ginvl roads
throughout the countrv. He has intro-
duced a bill to that etTect. The plan
contemplates trunk lines connecting
the capitals of the different states with
the rational capital at Washington and 1
with each other and running to the ditT-jantl
erert national parks. The cost of con
struction is to be paid out of a tax
similar to that of 1579 on tobacco. It
calculated that the tax will raise JS0,
000,00' a year.
The schooner Patsy of the Elmore
line arrived in port the first of the
week with a full capacity cargo of
merchandise, returning after a day's
stay, to Portland. Mr. Lamb, the com
pany's agent here, states that as long :
as the Patav is patronized sufficiently."" rluU ueen expcmicu. anu me
it will stay "on the run. but that it will fearL that larRe 6Ums wiU bc 8Pnt
not Dlav a losing .an.e anv Innror w,thout "ocurinc adequate permanent
That is the whole thing in a nut shell,
It simply means that if we are to re
tain competition in freight rates we
must givo the Elmore line a reasonable
share of our business.
House Bill No. 55 by Gili of Clack-1
amas which makes the possession of a I
feO-ral liquor license prima facie evi- !
d' -.?- of selling liquor was recently!
passed by tb? H ae by but one dissent
ing vote. It : .or.-.4es the amount of
fnt-s for ... ,,t-g4in(f, $500 being the
maximum, for me violation of the act,
aj ddds a prison penalty of from 60
days to six months. The present law
d:: .ot hive a prison penalty. This
'4 a . :i i etter enable the state author
:; c- ar.d Uncle Sam to work in con-
jjri tion in the matter of disposing of
tr.e b , X gger.
litre h a fact of tremendous sitrnifi... '
ance oear.ng ufjon the subject of prohi-
I ltl''i. 1 WO of the moat -niini(.iw,ua
prohibitio-i states in the Union are
Kansas a . j Oklahoma, which are
n h:jors. K .-.sas, the oldest "dry"
stat..- ir, th-.- wi-.-t, i.aa a penitontiary,
located at La'.-u h, leftover from the
day- when tne .-tatc was "wet" and
therefore had use for -.jeh an institu
tion. But the present "dry" regime
a'its not produce inmate enough to fill j
the Kansas penitentiary ; and so that !
commonwealth, with commendable
thrift, rents out her penitentiary fac-1
ihties tu hUr neighbor, Oklahoma,!
which, being lon "dry", did not have
use enough for a Jtate prison to war-
rant the building of one. The state
convicts of Oklahoma are thus accom
modate! in the Kansas penitentiary,
these two states together barely fur
nishing enough prisoners to stock one
respectably sized institution, where
most states of like Bize have two or
three apiece. 'Ihesu facta, incidentally
mentioned in Harper's Weekly, furnish
a pretty good temperance lecture, don't
The John I). Rockefeller, Jr., in
vestigating bureau which has been
delving into thu social evil of the
country reports that in New York City
alone an annual income of 27,000,000
is made from tho services of 20,000
scarlet women, 90 per cent of whom
have l.een ensnared and forced into
this life of slavery. Tho statement is
also mado Unit the whiteslave business
is on the increase throughout tho
country. Unfortunately, through the
increased prosperity of our country,
wealth in too numerous cases is placed
in the hands of unscrupulous men who
at 1illnnK)k, 1
ri pi .hmto wn.
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Uxire notice, per line -06 1
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Display Advertisement, per ineh .
AM. Display A .In mutt te- in this of
fice on Monday and Thursday Morn
ings to insure publication in follow
ing Tuesday ni Friday iaaws.
Reasons are imperative.
the world is getting better, still, there
are some mighty hard battles yet to be
HIGH PRICES AND HIGHWAYS.
Poor Highways contribute to the
high price of farm produce to the
consumer, for the transportation
' charges to enter into the ultimate
; 00,1 of CVL'r-v article "f flv Produced
1 on the American farm. The influence
,ot roa(is on P" reflects not only
uPn lne ma" wno lne Project
and transports it to market, but on the
consumer as well. This is one reason
why highway improvement has become
state ami national issue, siys Farm
Home. It is one reason why
countrv roaus should be constructed
and maintained out of the general funds
of the public instead of by assessment
against adjoining property or from
s'rictly local sources.
The average cost per ton per mile
for transporting goods on American
highways is 23 cents; in France and
oher Kuropean countries it costs 9 to
I 11 cents. The greatest obstacle to
j highway improvement in many stales
1 is the manner in which public money
1 r I . 1 1.1
results. henever the American tax
payer hat reasonable assurance that
puplic funds will be ofliciently ex
pended he shows an increasing willing
nesa to be taxed.
DAILY CURRENT FILINGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
Furni'jlied By Pacific Abstract Co.
Feb 4 '13.
Albert Ehlers to Kuby Ehlera, 510,
lots 1 & 2 blk .16 Rockaway.
O, V. Stoker & wf to A. I. Gilson &
wf $10, tracU is Sec 15 & 22 1 S 9 W.
Matt Maroney to Sarah P. Richardson
$100, lot blk 6 Moroney.
Thog J. Shea & wf te Gauld oomnauy
$831.87. 20 a Sec 27 I 3 10 W.
Feb 5, ,13
hetr Me ,hee to Victor Londeen,
' ,0'3 bll 2 'Miller ad to Tillamook.
rt. rorz:ey 10 j. r. isradley. $S00,
part lot 5 oik 5 Wheeler.
Wm. InU & wf to Julius Markwart
S10, lots 31 & 32 blk 63 Rockaway.
V,'m. Lentz & wf to Julius Markwart
?10, lota 1 & 2 blk 2 Brighton Bench.
Presbyterian Church Notes.
10- . M. Sabbath School. To
nurture anJ win and train our young
people for Christ and Christian service
is -h" church's tfroatest businusa.
U. A. M. Public worship amUermon.
Thu highest honors ever pud to human
nature. the noblest estimate ever made
of it, was the fact that Jesus Christ
"tasted death for every man."
7:30 P. M. Union Sunday School
Hally, Stirring addresses by Itev. 0.
A. Phipp3 of Portland, and Dr. Emma
F. A. Drake of Denver, Col. Every
body invited to these services.
Special music by the choir. .Mrs,
Christensen organist and director.
D. A. Mackenzie, Pastor.
U. B. Church Notes.
10:00 A. M. Sunday School. Mr.
Phipps, Sunday School Secretary, will
be with too school for a little time.
11:00 A. M, Preaching by Pastor.
nut vil-cb ui, 1 ;,w 1; fti, as per an
nouncement, boo elsewhere in this
I. E. Meese, Pastor.
RESTAURANT UTENSILS FOR SALE
Kestaurant Utensils of all duHcrln. '
15l lh pt o He
tions for salu. Knquiru at 102 Firit
St. West, Tillamook City.
M)l ICI: Oh" lll-WkMNU OP
PHlinoN i;or PKOUAI'ii.
ln thc Ctumlv court the mmc
)f()rtfBOI, (wr TIam,H,K County.
' In the Matter of the IjmU Will nnd
j Testament of Hengtha tlyrvm. lie -
l NOTICE OK 11 HI NO OK PKTITION
FOR PROM TR
Notice ia Iterebv (tivtn tint h peti
tion ftr the probate of th will of
BcnKtha Hyrt.. deceased, and for the,
issuance of letters testamentary to
Swen Peter Swenaen. haa foeor: filed in
this Court ; ami that Monday the 10th
day of March. 1PIS, at 10 o'clock oi
said Oay. and the court twin of said
Court at the court house In TiltntMHtk
City. Tillamook County, Oregon. ha
been appointed as the lime ami place
for hearinK said petition, when nnd
where any person interested mny ap
pear ami contest the nam, nnd show
ctiuse, if any he bin. why anid petition
should not be granted.
Pated this 1th day of February,
Feb. 7. March 7.
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
Under the head of the department of
Christian Citizenship, the following
questions will be answered at tho next
meeting of the W. C. T. U. The place
ami time of the meeting nett week will
be announced at the churches on bun
day as there are previously no more
issues of the city paHrs.
For what purges are laws enacted?
For the protection of public morula,
public health am! public safety.
What is the intent of an ideal prohi
To protect the people from the manu
facture, sale or giving away of any
beverage containing alcohol.
What is the intent of un ideal license
To permit the manufacture, sale or
giving away of alcholic beverages, if
certain conditions are complied with
am! some prohibitions and restrictoin
Is it ossib)c to huve local prohibi
tion in your state under ixistiug laws?
If so, how?
What power doe the Initiative, Re
ferendum and Itecall give the people?
Knme the kinds of prohibitory laws.
Statutory and Constitutional.
How can a statutory law Imj secured?
By an act of the legislature, or by a
petition by the people under the initia
tive, nnd voted upur bv ihe people.
How can constitutional law bo ob
tained? Thu amendment nn.y be submitted
by the legislature or by thu poopto un
der the initiative, in either caio it is
voted upon by the people.
Why Is constitutional law bolter than
A statutory law mny be amended or
repealed at any session of the legisla
ture unless it was submitted by the
people under the initiative, An amond
inent to the constitution can only be
changed by vote of the people.
What reasons are given for licensing
What business interests aro bunefltt
od by the legalised saloon?
Have you a State Board of Control
for your State institutions? Indeter
minate sentence, probation am! parole
How many and what licenses must a
retailer of intoxicating beverages hfiv7
What protection is a UniUd Slates
tax receipt (internal revenue)? Statu
license? County licenso7
What is the license fee for tho State,
What otllciulH havo power to grant
licenses in the Stnto, Comity, Munlci
polity? When aro ollicials oblignd to grant
How must city ordinance compnro
with State laws?
City ordinances can never be weaker
than state laws, but may be stronger,
even to prohibition. Judges, Justices of
the P tace, Police .Magistrates or Pro
secuting Attorneys cannot change con
stitutional, statutory or municipal laws.
How can state laws be changd? City
Whose duty is it to prosecute violat
ors of the United States revenue laws?
State laws? City ordinances?
What oath does every official take?
What is included in the oath which is
required of every attorney and counsel
lor of law, when entering his profes
sion? "To see that justice Is secured be
tween his fellow men; personally to do
no wrong; to frown down evil in every
form; to keep constantly before the
world higher Ideals of life, and not for
any cause to wrongfully further n ell
onts interests, especially avoiding
fraud, delay and deceit."
HEIFERS FOR SALE.
Parties dosirimr to purchase huif.. !
comini,' froah in the spring ahould Ic-avu
oniura with J. II, Dunatan at Fairvluw,
or address Tillamoolt C.itv r ti..tt..'
,,r a,uruss Tillamook City P, O, Heifers
wl" for llivry about March '
flt. Thoy aru of thu Holhtuln, Jursuy '
un I Durham bruiids. Hoth phonuj, J
I TO CREDITORS.
Noli.- ( hrvby Rivon
it inn fortwri, thst
to nil vliin
IW-I of tfw Stt r (Hvinn, fur th ,
fuunty of Tillamook, has nvponteil
the amtorsintl administrator of th
' fetale of Andrew P. Htbov, doeeae.1.
! ami ny and all persona haein elnima
ainl aaW ealate are hereby required
to present them tu tho Mdrltneil nt
the otne of I . II. Ooyne. attornoy m
law. in T1llrowk Oty. Oregon, to-
Uk llun,M,Wk,H with-
" "T "T " , thu
Dated January tlth. 1011
Jaitws Bibbv, Admtntatralor
of the Kstnta of Andrew K. Ulhby.
In the County Court ul tlic Stnto
of Oregon fur flllimiiHik Comity.
ln the Matter .f William tirafiam
Dean, nil Imuine Person.
IN THE NAME F THE STATE OF
To William Ortihnm lin ami William
Mcljunrrle, llunrdmn of said William
You are heruby eitod to bo nnd up
pear in the court room of tl Count v
Court of the State of Oregon fr Tilln
moot. County, In tho City of Tillamook.
County of Tillamook ami utate f Ore
gon, on Monday the 3rd day of March.
1913. at 10 o'cloe of ahi day. th.-n
ami there to tmw eail, if any )ou
have, why Thomas (Vwlos should rml
br uphitnted guardian of the peraoo
ami ettnte of WiIImiiii Graham Doan
within the Slate of Oregon, as prayed
fur in his petition on rile herein.
lt order of the aforesaid fount v
court, this 30th day of January, IK13.
Attoal my hand nnd seal of nld
Court, the day ami vear last above
Homer Manon. County Judge.
By J. C. Hidden, Clerk.
Jan. 31. Foo. 2S.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice ia hen by given to all whom
It may concern, that the County Court
of the altite of Oregon, for TilliUnMk
County, has appointed th" undiTxigiicd.
j Koberl Hichinger, Administrator of
I tho estate of Mary A. Klchingcr. De
ceased, and all porao. having rlmmi
agaimil said estate aro hereby repnrt'
' to present them to the uialernigned. at
I the olllce of Curl Haborluch, Alton
at luw, Tillamook City. Ore. on, t.
j gelher ilh the firoper vutirhers, will,
j in mx months from the dale f this
Dated at Tillamook, Ore., Januaiy
Koberl Kichinger, Administrator f
the Estate of Mary A. Kichinger, l-'e-ceased.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given ihst .1
Robinson has been appointed Adminlt
tralor of the estate of Daniel Hall, Dr
ceased, and thai all persona having
claims against the said eatale ar
hereby notified to present them, with
projier vouchers, within six (rt) month
from the date of this notice t the a I
ministratr or to his attorneys in c.ire
of the County Clerk at the Court Houm
in Tillamook City.
Snow .t McCamant,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Datw! January 10. 1013.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has baen appointed, by the
County (urt of the stato of Oregon
for Tillamook County, administrator of
the uitate of Hay Wilson, deecimed.
j All persons having claims against said
estate are directed to present the Hume
to me at Sand Lake. Oregon, with
proper vouchers therefore, within tux
months from thu date of this notice.
Dated Fcbuufy 7th, ID! 3.
Leo V. Wilson
REGULAR COMMUNICATION EVERY
A full attendance is requested
and all viHitin brothers are cor.
K. T. Himi.s, W. M.
C. Iv. Thomiii.kv, Secretary.
oriMb Post no. 35,
6s B. R.
MKKTS AT K. P. HAM,
OVKIt OHM THKATlCI'i
First Saturday in Each Month at 1:30
AH old Soldiers niv .MeH,.!!..
invited Lo join Tostmd meet
Willi the Post each mmilli
Bv Onlcr nf P.. 1 ,
' ' ! -" mailflcr,
Pacific Abstracjt Company
,. V. li1tliKll.NIl Mitimxei
Cotupli-tf Set of Abstracts of the Records of
Till.imoolc County, OrtfRon
Ol'l'ICK GROUND I'l.OOR TODD IIOTIU.
lU llhN.Hll 1 1 !
M-iln &JJ Abo Mi.Uul
M O. BOX H7
E. N. CRUS0N.
Pn inter nnd Paper Hunger
A I Wutk t'.uatniiucil,
FOU SAIJ- AT
I10N T Sl'nU. A (.00D llolt.HK
by keeping him In ahnhby old Harness.
We are selling Harness made of the
best itoek at price lhat ought to
A WKI.I, MA OK HAUNUS8
will not -.nly improve the BpKnrane,
of your horse, bill eoutriluitu to your
safety as well. Many 11 runaway could!
be avuidwl if the old Harness bad been I
discarded In time.
W. A. WILLIAMS,
niliinmok - - Ori'qoit
is the best
It Reaches the People
Thc Red Wheel
General Repair Shop
I IHHT SI Wl HT
One 22-0al. Dpecial nigh Tower
Da7atro Eepoator Trapper'n
Dun Marblo Oame Oettera
22 and 44-0al. Ohot and Call
WANTED Seeonl Hand Violin
The followliiK prletm are now paid
for farm produdii at Tillamook City.
Cut reeled every Thuraday:
I'.KCH pur doz.
Iluttor, per roll
Potatoes, pur ewt.
Cheuao, per lb
j (Jnbbnu'c, pur lb.
Pfiru,,!.. ..... il.
Hqu.iHh, pur lb.
1 umpklrm. per lb,
"I'PIuh, pur box 1.00
Ho,?h' llK,t, dreasod, ,.or lb.
""KH, lienvy, drosBnl, por lb.
Heef druHHvd, pur lb.
A. D IMtKKIN.S
Olt.co In Miiife'coti lllitu.
All Wntk Oiiaimilrrd.
Dlt. H. M K.KHUOS,
PHYSICIAN and (rtt'MOttUS
Olln-r: Sew Cuucictr lltdif.TIIUntuil
W. 0. McGee, M. I).
HOMIioPATHIC I'HYhK IA.Nl
AND St KtUiUN
Ofllco Neil Ihxnr to Mutual TctcjhrtJ
(Vntral, Sid Ave K
Dr. Jack Olson
Z UhlDKNT DI WTIST
;iiiuce iioujs irom v . m. 10 & p m.
Orrr V. R. (Wall' Real Eitate Olfk
J. E. REEDY, D. V. Ml
V in F. H 1 N A It I A N
El. J. Claussen
DlU'T.sCIIKU AlOK. I
Atltirncv M Law
Olhcc In C(!tiimcrci.tl Ihiildintl
T. H. G0YNE
U. S. Commiisiniicr
JOHN I I I.ANI) III MM KM)
Altnrm'vnl I rtv
lilbiinook linilding Kooin 2161
H. T. BOTTS,
COMPLETE SliT OP ABSTKACT.
Olliec 20:;-l.M)l, Tillamook
l illaiiiook, - OrrJI
TILLAHOOK UNDKKTAKINd CO.
It. N. HUNK I. H, Mv.t.
Four Doors WeHt of lliikory.
Funorsl Director nnd l.ltmd Emlmlin!
I.mly AHHistiiiit Whun HmiihsIciI.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
G. L. DICK & SON, Props.
'I he Same Price to Uveryoiie
Wlin I would iiHtkc n more
. i ? i i ... .. i i
uchinioic tfiit than a venrs
suDsenphon to the
Ladies' Home Journal?
Give your orders to
Thomas W. Shea