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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1913)
CDe tsiiantook Berald
C. . Cromblcy, editor
Issued Civicc .1 Week c
"stored .aevond-cU. ,..utr Mav 17.
Oregon, under the net
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TUliSlUY. MARCH 1. I WIS.
On Kriii-ty eveniny at the cose ot the pavement in
vesication nuvtmsi .tlout 'JOU of tun citizens heartily en
,i, 1 hv n musintr vote, resolutions commending tl?
committee tor the work it
t recently laid in
inu tion Company.
said A. G. Beal rhould
have f-fn -avryer.
We goes that ia i
Mr. Speaker will not take the re-
sponsi ility for the sand and bitumen
wearing surface which our psvement
has; Mr. Richardson will not take the
ihilitv nf the m. If no OHO
;Vt cihiHtv of it. it
must be of ilti.i.mate origin.
One -f the peculiarities of the situa
tion in retard to the pavement 's the
fact that Engineer Richardson throuch
the report of Chemists Gilbert &
Hail recommends our pavement as be
ing O. K. while in talks with some of
our citizeni h has admitted that our
pavement is not up to specincations and
tnat a mtuuuiic pavement can not oe
laid on our soil without first laying
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concrete foundation. There is certain-1
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ly somethinR rotten somewhere, i
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hile everyone seemed to be tookincr !
for something sensational, the nearest
resem!'!ance to a riot occured whn
cour.c:lman Dick asked the chemist
Mr. G::bert if he was Daid by the
Warren Construction Co. After some
sparring for position it was finally ad
mitte that Gilbert & Wall chemists
were in the employ of Mr. Richardson.
During the past few day;
nearci many words ot comm
i l f, n - J wcowrwi u,ii btic Li.iAciia
committee which has been carrying or.
the investigation in regard to our pave-1
ment. Messrs W. G. Dwight. F. P..
a; d A. G. Beals have been working i
most diligently and spending j
mucn time ana money in an en
deaor to get at the bottom of things,
and they they have already
rendered the people a grsat service
there can be no question of a doubt.
Their work has been exhaustive and
thorough and we guess somebody
thought they had run up against a
buzz saw when the above named ' gen
tleman got under motion. Tillamook
City ojght tj be proud of the fact
that si.e has citizens of thi calibre and
enterprise. A G. Beals should be es
pecially commended for the wccellent
manner in which he took the brunt of
the fight last Friday. He certainly
handled the evidence which had been
gathered and which he presented to the
council in a most telling manner.
COUNCIL MEETS IN
On Monday evening the council met
in regular session, with Mayor Harter,
Councilrnen Leach, Harrison, Bales
and Dick, Recorder Todd and Attorney
After some routine business had been
disposed of, the manager of the Warren
Construction Co, and Attorney Hunting
ton appeared before the council. The
manager of the company asked the
council to make an assessment at that
time because the company had a lot of
money tied up in its work here and it
was desirous of getting something in
repay for work done. When the mana
ger saw that the council would not
make an assessment allowing the 80 per
cent of the contract, he asked the coun
cil to bo arrange It that GO per cent of
the amount would bo available and
finally came down to 50 per cent. All
these propositions were turned down by
the council and it was decided to wait,
as previously agreed upon, for another
During the evening the following
resolutions were adopted by the coun
are the resolutions: i motive!
"Be it resolved by the ctsfeens of Tillamook City, Ore-) what ia the use of another council
on. on this 23th day oi February. 191 3, that we J
heartilv endorse the action of the citizens committee in the u ilierv ver WM pporaoca of
investigation? made bv tlum to determine the quality nf j vMwt in favor of any proportion. ;
Cucsd.lV and Frld.lV
of March 8, l!vV.
VKAR IN ADVVNCK
Each subsequent insertion, tin
Resolution of ondolenc and
lig notice, per line
Duvet A Professional erd.rno.
Ptei lay Advertisement, per men
tog to insure publication in folio-
in Tuesday ami rrway
Reason are imperative.
ENDORSE WORK 0FjSiJS5
our city by the Warrtn Con
WHEREAS, the rXMW0.N COUK
j CIL of Tillamook City. Oregon, in con- j
i temptation of making an assessment i
for the purpose of making a part pay-.
ment to the Warren Construction Com-
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paving, uuiiuiii mm.' iw i
Uking the ord.muy course usual ift
such transactions of making a careful
examination of aaid sewer, curb and
inking the onJinaxy
pavinc. and Defore making such part :
payment, the Council at the suggestion
ot and with the concurrence ot me i
Mayor, deputized Councilman M. F.
Uach and City Recorder ! W. Todd
to go to towns in the Willamette Vat
ley where Bitulithic pavement bad been
laid, to get samples of said pavement.
nd procure olher information concern
jrg Buulithic pavement. and
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t HEREAa, samples of ittlulilhic
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pavemont were procured, und a compar-
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ison of said samples with samples taken
r r r r
from the pavement in liltamook City
left in the minds of the Cour.cil some
doubt as to the genuineness of the Till-1
amook pavement, and
WHEREAS, the Council, at further m weeK
precaution, sent samples of the Tilm-! A fnuic1 PWrm which Included
mook pavement to a laboratory at the ; son M- Mackenzie and violin
Sute Cniversitv of Euuene. Orec-on. numbers by Mr. K -h, with pinno ac-
for a laboratory test, and whereas said !
n.t amrt m hn-th.. Tiii.m-..-fitu I
pavement not to be up to the standard ;
0f Bitulithic pavement, and j
WHEREAS, the Council do not feel
fully qualified to pass upon this ques
tion intelligently without procuring
further information and evidence of a
more certain nature from sources not
iable to be dominated by personal in
terests or sordid motives, and in fur
therence of this object,
BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the
Common Council, in concurrence with
the Mayor, appoint a committee of
Erwin Harrison and Emmett Bales to
conduct a further investigation, said
investigation to be made with as little
delay as possible, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that
a copy of this resolution be placed on
file, and a copy sent to the Warren
Construction Company of Portland,
Editor's Note: There are some
things in the above resolution that
sound rather queer to us. If one did
not know the facts of the case the im
pression might be conveyed, on reading
the fore part of the resolution, that
Mayor Harter had taken the initiative
in the present investigation and that
his committee, composed of M. F.
Leach and Reorder Todd was the only
committee interested in the matter.
when the truth is, that a council meet
ing had been called for the purpose of
making an assessment, and that assess
ment would undoubtedly have been
made had it not been for a most deter
mined stand against the Harne by a body
of our citizens, who demanded an in
vestigation before the assessment was
made. Upon the repeated demand of
our citizens for an investigation the
mayor appointed a committee which
did act in conjunction with a commit
tee appointed by the citizens.
The above resolution seems to ignore
the interest taken by the citizens and
the work done by the citizens' commit
tee, and besides recommending that
another committee be appointed makes
the insinuation that the evidence now
at hand came from sources liable to be
dominated by personal Interests or
sordid motives. This Insinuation was
absolutely uncalled for, and we are sure
there are men on that council who
would never have stood for the resolu- j
Hon had they given It a second thought, i
It is hurd for us to understand by what
process of ruinoitlng the intiftr of
the resolution eobld justify hitneelf In
making such nn tiwtntintfcm, knowing
ns ho muni know of the splendid work
dontt nv th eititeivC commit for, and
Umt Mi per cent nf our cHiaena are
rad to buck up U.elr report.
Phi Professor Skeltnn. one of the
faculty of the Oregon Agricultural Cob
leg, one of our great tale Inatitutlona,
make hi report with a sordid motive
In view? He moat assuredly dM Hot.
IM Mr. Richardson. whoe written
repoi t wa in favor of the Warren Con-
struetion Cv.. but who emphatically
haw a sordid motive tn view? W
Mateo w mm oi our rum
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have the answer to that question up to
W the F-agcne report prompted by
sordid motive? Moat certainly II wa
Waa Mr. Johnston, chemlal far the
of our pavement wa laW with n warn
ing surface composed of bitumen and
Wa the report of the Portland Bar
Uriologtcal Laboratory prompted by
Waa the evidence gained through
Warren Brr. Co. literature aoeured
and made available because of aordid
I it ia to the effect that our pavame.nl baa
! not been laid according to oontraet.
: and it seems to us thai it ia utterly
juitsleaa to spend any more time or
' money nkmg tnia line,
j The above resolution la simply a slap
! in tne face uf the cititens committee
aiK lD turn , i)p ,n u,e rN of the
many loyal cttiaen. who are backing up
t . . ... i . -
Utr commute, nagaruiess oi apiar-
ance. it is nam tor u m ocneve insi
I thera is any one among our officials '
who woukl serve the interests of the,
Warren Construction lo rn preference
t't of J"rk c,t,"'- Hom'
" on ,wora ,n w r'n"n j
that e-.nld express our disgust in regntd
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tn u mm i m? up tne proposition, we
ciliiens did the bulk of the work in t!ie
ceive due credit.
and should ro-
YOUNG FOLKS GATHER
AT McNAIR HOME.
The home of Mr. and Mr?, McNtur
was the scene of a merry gathering
larit Friday night, about forty young
people of the Presbyterian Cnjrch re-1
sounding to invilatinns sent out early'
mpaniment by Miss F.thel Oaylord
and Mias Ruby McGbee waa most
Vsrit game occupied
the time of
, the guests until a late hour when the
hostess served refreshments.
This was the first of a series of en
tertainment that has been pltmned for
the young people of the church and
they are oagorly anticipating the next
one to be given some time during this
Chamberlain's Tablets for Consti
pation. For Constipation, Chamberlain's
Tablets are excellent. Easy to tako,
mild and gcntlo in elfect. Give Ihcrn a
trial. For hale by all de.tlers.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF
HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned has filed his final ac
count as administrator of the est.iw uf
N. M. F. Dawson, deceased, and that
thi. fVnlntv Courl nf tho Sf'.ti. if fir... I
gon for Tillamook County, has appoint
ed Monday, the 7th day of April, 1013,
at 10 o'clock a. m. at thu court room
of said court in the county court house
in Tillamook City. Oregon, as the time
and place for the hearing of objections,
if any there are, to said account, and
the closing of said estate.
Dated Feb. 25th, 1913.
J. A. Dawson, Administrator of
the Estate of N. M. F. Dawson,
FOR SALIv AT
NOVICti I'Oli IHJIU.ICAIION.
Department t tho ItHdlor.
I', S. I. AND OKFICK nl IVrtlitml,
Orepun, feUnuuy HUi, Jit3.
N'OTtCK it hereby given thot Hugh
V Werth, of BJa-ne. Oregtin. wlm. hi
October tfth. IW7. made llomeatewd
Kntry No. tfti. Serial No. tMUrt. for
SW1 SW. Sec. . NWJ NtVJ. See 17.
a'ui KJ NKl Section 18. l-.wn.hlp .1
Smth. Range S Weat. Willamette
Meridian, haa ld notice of tnte ntton
t. make Final nv year IVouf. U eata'
l,h claim to the land abve deecri:ed.
I for J. C-, HeMen. tVunty Clerk '
Tilam.Hk County. Orego-., at Tilla
mook. Oregw. on the nth day of April.
Claimant name as wUneeae: J. J.
Browning, J. J. Mollett, Dt
and K, 8. rUwtand. all of tne, T.
amook Co.. Oregon.
II. F. U!UBY.
In the Cmintv Court of the tntc
ol Oregon, for tlio County
of t illniuook.
In the matter of the eetate of J.
Henry t'oehran. d'ceed.
Notice i hereby given, that John R.
Oatman, adminittratiHr with the will
annexed of the estate of J. Henry
Cochran, deceased, ha rendered ami
presented for Anal aettlement. and
ttlwl in said Court, hi anal account of
his atlminlstration. and that Thursday,
the 20th day of March. UX at 1
o'clock A. M.. at Um Court mom of
aid Court at the Court house In id
Cuunty of Tillamook, in the State of
Oregon, has been !Ued nd appointed
by said Court na the time and plneo for
the settlement of nid ttccount. at
which lime and place any prn in
terealed In ld eatate may appear and
(lie exception tn writing to the said
account, and contest the same.
Jnhn R. Oatman.
Administrator with the
will annexed of the Katate of
J. Henry Cochran, deceased.
Paled and first published. Febru.iry
Date of Inst publication. NUr.-h lllb
NOMCIi l:0W PUHLICA TION. 1
Department of the Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland.
Oregon, January ind. 113.
NOT ICE is hoe by iftven that Cteater
C. Shaw, whuee poatntnee addresa I
care of Sha-t,ocke Really Co., Port
land. Oregon, Jid, on the Vth day of
April, 1018, file in this olllce Sworn
Statement and Application, N'o. 01l6,
to purchase the SWi of SE, Section
30. Township I South, Range A Weat,
Willamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June 3, 178, ami acU amenda
tory, known as the "Ti.ober and 8 ton
!w." al such value as might be fiaed
by appraisement, and thai, pursuant
lo such application. lh land and lim
ber thereon have been appraia, the
timber estimated 80.000 board feet at
75 rem per M. and the In ml 10.00;
thatsaid applicant will ulfrr Huh) proof
in support ut his application anil sworn
atatement on the Itth day of April,
PJ13. before the Regiator and Receiver
of tho United Siatee Land OiUcu, at
Any person is al liberty to protost
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest al any time before patent
lillog, by filing a corroborated nlll
(Javit in this olllce, alleging facta
which would defeat the entry.
H. F. II1GBY,
In the Justice Court for the Sec
ond Justice District in Tilla
mook County, Oregon.
Henry Plusher, ('lent Plasker, and John
Plasker, p.irtners, doing business
under tho llrm name of Plasker
Fred Wheeler, Defendant.
To Fred Wheeler, Defendant: In the
name of the State of Oregon, you aru
hereby required to a;jpear and answer
thu complaint Hied agalnsl you in tho
a'novu entitled court and action, on
or before the last day of the time pre
scribed in the order herein, which said
order was made and dated on the IHth
day of January, 1913, and if you fail
so to answer, for want thereof the
plaintiirs will have judgmunt against
you as demanded in the complaint filed
This summons is served upon you by
order of K. W. Stanley, Justice of the
court above-mentioned, dated the 18th
day of January, 1913, therein ordering
that Summons be. served upon you by
publication thereof In the "Tillamook
Herald," a newspaper of general circu
lation In Tillamook County, Oregon,
once each weuk for a period of six
weeks from tho date of thu first publi
cation thereof: mid the II mo fur uin
to answer said complaint begins to run i
from the day of the date of tho first pub- j
llcation of this Summons. j
The date of tho first publication of
this Summons ia tho 21st duy of Juiiu-1
ary, J913, and tho date of tho last
publication thereof, and tho lust iJuto
upon which you are required to unswor
on or before is March 4th, 1913. i
K. J. CLAUSSEN, i
Attorney for I'lulntlfra. i
Pacific Abstract Compaq
Complete Set of Abstracts ol the Records ol .
Tillamook Covmty, Onifjon
OfPtCH GROUND FLOOR 'FOOD UQTrirL
With RukU W.rtM
.Vain ttl Atsu Mutwu
! The Follow ini Merchants arc
i (ii villi; Away
U AL TOM'S SrnUK. Hrv
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; Icrinl, ete.
TILLAMOOK l-T.lvl) CO..
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I I I Vl.l'llll. IMHV. llill'SH, iHllH'MIl I --. hi
IKNKINSJLWLLKY STOKli. Watches. Duuu.in.lx
JONIvS KNThSo.N I-VKNITTKK COMPANY.
'OHM TllKATKK. Where liverybody (Ws.
R. I-. Z AC II. MAN. IMuhiImhk Supplies.
TILLAMOOK HI-KALD. Istuetl Twice it WieU
MONK'S STUDIO. You Know Where.
From Wo torn Farmer.
Butter poper U not iMpenivo, ml
makes n nicer covering for butter than
of comfort for Ui- W-vr during
tho day b an open shod fencing the
There i constant Impruvetuont in
the land whor cow ar kept.
And the dairy buaimMa develop fer
tility of the brain n well a of Ui
Ill man who forget lo anil In cw
ia the oik. the coivs forget.
Slop and think about Ult water fllp
pl. It shwuhl bo ecu roil from a
source unconUiminateil by Imiwrltiwi.
Cream that is too cold will cnuo
trooblu on churning day.
Before calving, the cow's food ihoold
be reduced in quantity .und of n laxative
If the cowrotitd talk, wo may imag
ine whnl she would say to tho attend
ant wh neglect to keep her clcim and
Feeding well Is the only way wo HimI
to get full rnilk pulls. It talim p. mm In
of feud lo bring pounds of hotter.
It doesn't pay to go to the rxpnrmo
of cows, stables, land, utensil, etc,.
The Bread Eating Boy
Is a Healthy Boy
JFeed your children nil the whole
Homu bruad they will out. It builds
muscle. Mukob them Hlrong physi
cally mid mentally.
.You can always bake tho right
kind of broad for them if you In
sist on using
Drifted Snow Flour
Makes thu most iIuIIcIoum breuil
you over tasted and bread Hint Is
wholesome, for Drifted Snow pusses
uri unusually high gluion tost. It'a
thu gluten in Hour thut builds tho
inusclo. Tell your grocer to bring
you a sack In the morning- you'll
find It tho most satisfactory Hour
you over used.
Sperry Flour Co.
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(miiuIs I'tothttiK. Sm"
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I Vlt" fa I'
i for Uw dfllry work and vpu' .-1
j Crvaltt that h he'i t.r !- , hi
t lilacl aHil riiMihntl will it .- . IM
My neighbor rlttltn lUr .-rra
ehttm eaaier whcfi hi-!
dar U a furl of llmriw iii
CnW Will foil If ill IMlk if nrf
not within -, r-mch. W L
flow nf n.iik tl reuK-. i'
so per fv'ti fiwiff watrr l' . . - :f)
NoopcKIMK Hi ,'uur r 'iv "'n
admit aonligtil? Oi i j ,
lake. Hunlight ( rlcaiii t i
of germ life.
One thing r iu r ..! I . .
utr.e "Id UMtr.t thr iln-l :t
haynv.M i f I ti.t din m '
txtnralh 1 ijjhl limit ,
abuv Mtiuid I f-lp mail.
(loco u cow Ili.iU hr run . . '
old fence Ihnre will l lr.n.1..
hnw far nil Hum,
It tnVon n llttln tlluo t rin 3
rnfuiiMilnller fiiMli tho Ul (. i . l
fore giving fresh r.t U Ik.l
plunnos ids row and it i w.ntli
to huinur hrr fuiiry
III iiT it J n
on i;..;ii,ig umi i Iiaikm)
"Wiy . "" '"a Mt
I'M . WMIihl ovmi I .IN en
WttuifuuciMMil Villi I'uan AnntiitM
i ea cs liiux your Jut! UU,
I'l M m. iajBai
iugL9 I ISJ
Mslicjblc 4rd Charcoal Iron,
rnl sorviro, nmklii( ilio MaJwiio Um
i 1 '"!'.'! X"u t'uy rrrUIM of
lulro. it why AllM-n odior luauu
iulursa uy to inUuu It.
Alex McNuir & Co.
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