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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1913)
Cbe Cillamsok fierald
C. . CroiKbUy, CdiUr
lf ued Cwlcc a Week
wond-oU- n.iti.-r M.iv IT
OrvRon. 1.1 v or tho act
St'BSCRiri io Sl.so A
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Km -r sul sequent lnrtion. line
' i mrost'Ti ) Notice
rir'iotr t'li.m ...
N tioi". rr 'it
I'.ir.:- of tharVs. per line
L. . wr !u , tint, inwrtion
FRIDAY. MARCH US.
T.io (Mtnoletion of the Pnama Canal
will brmjf law numbers of Europeans
to the Pacific Northwest Thi Ute-
.... i u... limi n.! strain.
It ha. been made to often that some of
u have bwomo dulle-1 to itt real ig-
nifiennce However a little matter of
ne ha recent h come to lieht which
... t'A . ittU think inu.
Th. now item in ouestiiMi relate to
tho fact that transportation companies
in Europe are eliinif ticket by boat to
tho !arin Northwest on the install-!
ment plan, the same to be used upon I time of planting should bo stated and
the e npietion ot the canal, and it is ' if more than two acre are to be plant
said that 'n the city of Hambure alone ed. JO. 15 should be sent for parcel pt
60,iV people are now buyinsr steamship
tirVt to the Pacific Northwest on the i
Doi ite rumors that jometiines arise
to u.t ofTVc. that the PorU of Tilla -
rriooN and Bay l ity are not working in;
harmony, it is a fact that our ports are
working in harmony and have alway
worKod sn harmony. If there has been
any fr-.ction between the two ports we
never heard of it. The officers of tho
Port of TilUmook whi-h was lately de
clared unconstitutional by the Supreme
Court were alwsvs willing t come
through with mposition regardle
as to whether Bay City was to gain an ;
advantace thereby or not, and
sure the officer of the present port
will act likewise. The meeting w' ch
was held at Hay City yesterday awi the
results of the atne is psetty g-nxi evi
dence that ocr peoule are hroau emvicb
to consider th" welfare of the whole
rather than the special interests of a
The county court and the commercial
clubs of the countv have entered into i
a contract with the Sunset Publishing
r fnr n.-,n ill,tr:.t1 hHnh
picturing and describing the resources
of Tillamook County at a cost of J1500.
This book will contain matter apper
taining to all parts of the county, and
will deal with all of our industries and
resources. It will be a
workmanship from the
the rrinter and the matter and photos j
contained in the same will be so ar-!
1 1 . 1 1 . . . 1 .
This work rrieht he done at home
, 1 1
and it is nonihV thai nmn nf i
cal printers could get out a fairly cred
itable hooklet. But there is one thing
certain we cannot produce as good
work as the Sunset people can give us.
We believe in patronizing home indus
try, but we thi'.': this is a case where
in the county demands a better article
than the local printers can give, and
for that reason we should consider the
interest of the county at large, rather
than our ovri interest.
Another phase of the situation is the
fact that by acting in conjunction with
the Southern Pacific Ry. Co., which is
fill nuvinir 1 1 rJ"l i f .monlu U
of prmting the 24,000 booklets, we j
cure a cheap ni of distribution.
In fact the rail, l wi.i ,i:..,i I
bute . many as v. a wish them too
without i'ost to ua.
The bAleU will be free to anyone
who rr.ay wish them, for distribution
to friend-i abroad, so our people do not
vant to backwarl about demanding
them from the diiferent Commercial
Clui h tbr rughout the county where they
will i.e ffit for diatriiution.
Hefire the book are accepted tho
ii.atier contained in tbern will be pag
ed on by tho publicity committee and
finally receive the endorsement of the
cojnt;, court. Much pains hps beet,
taken and will be taken in tho publiua
tlon of the booklet in uncatinn uml
there is no .uubf but what we will get
ui least thrte times our cost of tLe
booklet in advertUiug.
INCREASE WEALTH OF
STATE WITH BACTERIA.
Thousands of dollars w.re added to
the wealth of Oregon farmjrs last yar
by the bacteriology department oi the
lUonattno Oreuo. W
jl'o wh'ch furnished' in-
rieuiturai college wn en lurnislieil in
oculutiun cultures so that Alfalfa, red
clover, alsike, peas, beans, vetch and
other leguminous crops could lie grown
where before it had been unpsible,
The cultures were furnished free,
except where large amounts wore
asked for, and then the furmer paid
the postage or express charges, Hun
dreds of farmers were enabled thus,
by proper seed treatment ucpording to
Lirectlona sent fr ... t.. college, fo
CMsdV -a" Friday
.it tho p.it otlke
of Hnrch 3, ISTV.
YKAR IN A OVA NCI?
Each subsequent insertion, lino
hV-olwtiorto of ondotoncc ami
todg notico. per lino
Husine -. Professional cards.uio.
PispU.v Advertisement, per inch
M I. nmnlav Ada must bo in thi
.. . i . HntN.tttv !.rn-
. nnhllratiun in follow-
in Tuesday ni Fridsiy iue.
they had not bsen
! rw fropf where
Th experiment sUitkm will agAin
furnUh 5h cultures this season, and
any farmer in the .-tatt who wishe
i them can cet them by wnunc ;o meid. myiwm-i www cvum mo
j bacteriological dopartnient. 0. A. C. ' cost and ruin, or to calculate the c
j irvaili. He shouW state what crop j in physical, mental, industrial, ami
the culture i-i to Ih( used on. and . moral eroVieney the tralUc occiiofc.
week? before ho must plant.
j the department wili have
preiare the culture.. The
Inoculation of the seed before plant-
, inc. it w found, mad it
'crow letrutcinoua crops successfully
j and to increase the amount approi-
roalir 73 per cent in the hundreds of j
' t-j-ig iven jn tne season of 1912.
But eed inoculation will not rectify
pj. s)j condition caused by lack of
lime, such are found in many parts of
Orepon. Moreover, if nodules, or
small bunchi. are found on the roots
of a crop already crown in a field, it
is not at all certain that seed or soil
inoculation will increase a succeeding
These cultures sent free to farmers f
bv he bacteriology deDartmcnt at the
-- - v
colluiye are the sara a tho sold by
dealers under J liferent trade names.
This is one of the directions in which
the college is working to increase the
profits of the Oregon farms ami the
productivity of the soil.
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
(Cuntinued from last ' Friday's issue.)
U.h' ds the h0Tt traffi,c 3,t.1" f X"
ist in the American Republic?' rol-
lowing is a continuation of the reasons
as given by ex-Governor Hartley of
Tne Federal excise tax is another
potent reason why the liquor traffic
still continues. The exigencies and
. r 1 . 1 . .
necessities o- war coerceii me reiuciam
conscnt 01 wncoin 10 me
levying 01 a neavy excise lax on me
mnnjfacture anu sale of intoxicating 1
"9"""- "Itnnimit wa.s
With him it witt a war tax.
'vied in a necessitous hour.
traffic was prompt to comprehend the
value of the bribe offered the American
conscience through the apparent relief
from the burden of general taxation an
excise tax atforded, and quick to recog
nize the worth of the badge of legiti
macy governmental sanction and certi
ficate would give it.
Immediately preceding the civil w.ir
it existence had been seriously imper
iled. A n unber of States had edged
it about with limitation and restriction,
and a number of others had inhibited
it altogether. Civil war alonu hail
stayed the movement for iU extinction
'T) , f pncu
a"d '""'"t'on of the perils of war
"" r.ouiu again oe criai
In tho guise of a burden-bearor it
sought the shield of governmental sanc
tion and protection, believing ita exist
ence would be thus assured, and if so,
willing to pay for the boon, to confess
itself an evil and to submit to regula
tionregulation which it knew would
not regulate, regulation which has
broken down and failed whenever and
wherever tried, from then till now.
The necessitous hour, because of
which alone Mr. Lincoln consented to
the principle, passed away, but the tax
remained. The bribe succeeded. And
me principle oi governmental sanction
toc cash-ln-hand-paid became the settl, j
ed policy of all government, federal-
State tnd municipal.
For fifty years the children of the '
nation have been largely educated I
through the price paid by the traffic in ' that s!Ctin of the udder eaeaped while Herald, a aemi-weekly newspaper pub
municipal and State revenues for the I tjein' "diked. Ilahed in Tillamook County, Oregon,
privilege of ravishing their bodies, Aftur '""king turpentine was up. for aix weeks, commencing with thu
breaking their wills, impairing their I P!iL'i ljy thu handful, working it well iuu of March 21st, PJ1.1, by order of
intellects, and corrupting their morals, j lnto, tnu cut bathing that the Honorable Homer Maaon, Judge of
paid by th(i tra,,ic into f)Ul"i: treasur-1
ieS( !nd therefor it has
n.ivu luim oeen i
received governmental protection, un-
tuitisno. more atrongly entrenched
as an institution among our people, and I
Is h more monstrous peril to the physi
cal, industrial and moral efficiency of
the nation than slavery ever was : -
Until a commerce has been establish
ed, "which" in the forceful language
oi ex-vice-i'resldent Fairbanks, at To
ucioucr, striKes ut the
vitv h.-iirl ,.f 1 1 i.i,i .1 .....i
ul, u Hum uuur, wnicri
dchsuoho.i turn, undermine tho very
j foumlaltoim upon w hich tin homo rrt!
Innd imperil our social order, uml
I throaton? tho moral fiber of th com
munity iLolf ;"
, Until. risen superior to nil Mithortty
' uml to tho lw itself. It n?t:uUto Mtd
' controls the p'voriinnmt of sn'tU oil
int. dictate executive tiiesmi;es
licmie rivmivv iur,"svr
' of k-KishUMr (jnaftinont,
.....i .t i..-
III Ml liMltrc
tho smvoreicnty of th slat ifjujlf.
Tho Hinount of thi nnmml bribe tho
, txHlc now pny to the American con
'"$8 ' i'nf x nrr than two hundred mil-
1 lion ilollar in federal revtnuo ukino.
II to IMS T aK!o irw annual onw
State, eoiinty and munietti
um ,SouH trrtntly nuk'iwntod.
The irwl ha bn to doa.ln tli olvir
eonacienoo of th natiim. to tmbod tho
! traltlc in th flnancim atlalra of nil
; i,vrnnuinl and to eiw it th n"tl-
j fyin aeal of klity. With th
' tintic revenue ovr bforc them, uton
I aro wont to beliav that tlwy rr mere-
f by reltevwd to that intent from th
. burden of taviitHin. The do wot no
, beyond the trafflc t bribe of up hcHpI
it enervating blight, ita moral deirra-
so that j dation. Eur the aake of two hundred
time to j million dollar of revenue the are con
probable j tent to pay an annual drink bill KKro
gating 1.7W,000.(X. Our moat worthy
(overnmenl has not yet allaimitl to
that nobilitr that impelled the emperor
of a heathen natio i nearly three ijtmrt
ers of a century ago to ay to thone
who were urging him to license the
opium traillc. "No I will not make a
revenue from what rprenv the vices
arKj misfortune of my people."
i,r thm uk nl ru ,lnllr in rviiu
I the federal government is r on lent to
e ita cititens squander In.th in the
consumpti n of an article that injutoa
every hh quality of citizenship thev j defendant. Kdwm Hooker. Truster, for
poesess, and adds an incalcuable burden j the sum of Nine Thousand three hun
o? crime, dependency, and taxation, jdred thirty-one nod ftt-lOO Dollar, 1
It condone the sin because the sinner
contributes to its collier. The moral
mltct ha been arm is disastrous. Our
ennpin n hwn ..ni.l
r .-.iu- , .k- i. 1 f.
w inn w "evMeivssv miuiikuwm ivi
revenue, ami to discrown womanhood
to wcape taxation. This bring ua to' and epn of uid writ.
the fourth point or second primal tea-' Dted March 21t, 1913.
son, our absorbing, alt-connuming love J II. CKKNSIIAW,
of money. We tolerate tho tratHc bc-jShenir of Tillamook County, Ore:o"-
cnusu of itt high return on the labor
oniployed and the capital investod, ami I
defend ami protect it because there i ' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
money in it to iboec diroclly outraged,
in it. e are o eger for wealth that
we do not hesitate to destroy manhood
in the making of it; it is more sacred
than motherhood, more beloved than
childhood. To obtain it we det ft I the
heritage of the one, ami trample upon
the heart of the other. We are more
censurable than were our fathers. Ap
prised uf the evil, we accept it. Silenc
ing our conscience with the profit it
brings, and hesitating not, though
every coin we receive is salt with tears,
every hank note odorous with blood.
tvnowing trie true ami living lio!, we
stoop to worship the idol of the market-place.
Possessing freedom, we val-
ue only that which flgurus in the price 1
With knowledge that the?e is no nol-'
ility but character and service, we are
satisfied to write our history in a caah-'
oook, and to weigh all questions uf
right and wong in balances of trade, j
We recognize no higher law than inter-'
est and cupidity. Possessed by a con- j
suming love of the sensual, we prefer
property to principle, anil money profit
to moral sentiment. Taking advantage
of our weakness, thin predatory and de
structive trnllic has entrenched iUulf .
in tho sordidness uf our natures until
it is financially impregnable. Becauac
of thi i it exists.
TREATING SORE TEATS.
As it is nearing the time of the year
when cows begin crawling through
wire fences, it may be of interest to
many to know h iw I healed a very
badly lacerated teat last aumrner, with
out leaving the udder injured In the
Many valuable cows have been ruined
bv cutting their teats on barbed wire.
I have had them lose one Bjction of tho
udder from that cause.
The cow which waa successfully
treated had a slit an Inch and a half
lo"K nU t,1,J ,J,IC f her right front
t'at', through which the milk leaked
wli,u Hne waB ,n-''"K brought to thu
mrn' through whiub nearly all from
w w mu iiei
rnilkr'K I was very careful to squeeze
u,c ) Ujal H" " f"1 to open the wound,
an(! succeeded In milking out that
MKt" wimout a drop of milk escap-
through the wound
vowb are quiet animals and will not
kick a person If one hind foot Is e
curely tied to post with a half Inch
rope. And thu.y may be milked with
little trouble. Turpentine was ap
plied after each milking for thu first
i i .
f.i.i l...tu 1... a. it's
ruoneu and soueezed
inllki.lt (jui.u il. fl-. ....
" "mi- nine, I nun
common vaseline . waa used qntll tlj0
wound ws completely healed. Or"
.. tuVeu to et every drop' '",,k
Ihwulblo ouch time. The mllV from
tho other threo sections was uUn first,
, it w .tlrkht for use. mtd tho
other milked Into nimthor pull ami fed
to tho pltf".
Wo Mo find vaseline n vnry icood
r..mlv to ui.nlv when miliar Pl".ir
.... . ..i
11.111. tir tOItt lUHMHIK CIIMtHI
- - ....... ...i,.,!,,,.,,.
.xt rratcllKil. I ri nirniiiv".
Ol- KMJAI. IMv'OlM-UMY.
NivrlfH IS llliRHUY UIVKN. that
I. virtue of an Kiecullon and Oidmr of
Sle ihihkJ out of the circuit court u
the Stalo of OruKUin for tho county of
Tillamook, In the caiis wherein U. C.
MagHrrell w plaintitr. ami Bdwtn
Hooker. Truttoe. Kohert T. Powlor
ami Annie Fowler, ami J. I.. Ilartman
and R. U. 'lTomnn. prit". oto
the dofondantji. the undoriilKniHl, on
the 19th day of April. 1913. at tn
o'clock a. m.. of snhl day. at tho front
Ooor of the county courthouse. 111 Till
mook City. Oregon, "ill Mill, at wb
lic auction to the hiirheet balder for
cuh in haml. the real properly situated
liiTillaiiMwk CMnly. Oroiton. difscribinl
a follow to-wit :
The w uf th w l, or lota 3 ami t,
of section IS, tho w of the n w 1. 1 r
kit I ami 2, and the o t of the n w 1
of S-c. 19. in Tp. S of It f w, and the
j of the s t. the n o 1 of tho o .
and lot i, &, T, S, 9 and 10. of Sec. 13,
and the J of the n i ami the 11 c i
of the i of Sec. It. the n e 1, ami
the e j "f the n w of Sec. 'Jit, in Tp.
3 R 0 w of V. U . the time cunlain
TTT 11) acre, accorling to the govern
ment survey thereof.
To satisfy judgment and decree
rBiwiemi in id cauae agntnnt the said
1 interest thereon at the rat of 8 per
cent per annum
from Uw 11th day of
November. 1012, th further sum of
Five liumlred Dollars, attorney' fee,
ami the costs iml dlibumcmenU of
said suit taxed at 20.75, nnd the cunU
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
the County Court of the State of Ore
gun, fur tho County of Tillamook, ha
appointod the undornigned executor of
' the Itmt will and tcstamrnt of Hongtha
B)ro(il, dceeait;ii, and all porsottt hav-
lug claims agaiiwt the estate of id
llongtha llyrom. di-ceuaiHl, aro hereby
required tu prosunl the naimi, toothrr
with the proper vouchors, to tho under-
Jsignwl at Garibnldi, Oregon, within
six months from the datr of thin
Datoil March MUt, PJ13.
Peter Byrotn, Executor of the Lust
Will and Testament of Benglhu Ryrom,
George Willett ami T. II. Goynr
Att'ys. for Executor.
In The Circuit Court Ol The Suite
OI Oregon, Por Tlllnitimik County.
I. 0. Duback, Plaintitf,
G. H. Kidgeway, Defendant.
To G. It. Kidgeway, Defendant. IN
j THE NAM K OF THM A r ATI-: (JF OUR.
GON: You are hereby notified and re
quired to appear and answer the corn
, plaint filed against you In the above
, entitled action, within six weeks from
,. March 21at. 191.1, thu day for the first
publication of thia aummoni; and If
you fail to so answer for want thereof
tho plairitiir will take judgment
againat you for the Hum of $.117.91 with
interest at six per rent per annum from
March 1 h , 191.1, and for costs and di
bursernerita of this action, and for an
order of Kale of the real property at
tached herein, described as follows, to
wit: Thu N. B. J of the .H. K. , ,i
theS. I of thu N. K. . thu N. K. 1 of
the N. U. , and the N. W. 1 of thu N.
K J of Section 1.1, and tho ii, W. of
thu S. K. of Section VI, all In T. .1 S.
It. 10 W. Wll. Mer.
ThiB suirimoiiH !h nerved upon you by
puiiiicaiioii thereof in thu Tillamook
-wuni, uuuri ur i utnnnk himiu
of thu Statu of Oregon, made and,
tered at Chamber In Haid County,
tho 18th dav of March. Hun
C. W, 'J'almage.
Attornuy for thu PlalntKI'.
The nother'H l-uvorite.
A cough medicine for children should
bo harmless. Iuhouldbo pleaaarit to
iffko. It ahould bo effectual. ( III in.
ln.ilin k c...n i..
a.ni lo Uiu inuther'a favorite
wLere. i-'or Bale by all dualwa.
'' i .1 .
Pacific Abstract Companv
.. V. HltllNIIMWr, Mtuuixn
Com plots Sot of Abstract of thr. Record of
TilUmook County, Orogon
Ol'l'tCH GROUND I'l.OOK TODD IIO'ITO.
(Willi UuitIR W
.NUlu Mi AU Muhul
P. O. WOK H7
The Followia Merchants arc
S ST )KK, Prv
i" I.( ll till. hutfs. 1 took s. Stallutu-f.
KI.W, & SMITH CO.. Honlware. Stoves, HtttUfn . M
TILLAMOOK PKI-:h CO., lu-ed. ('locent-.M. Matlunrv
THOM S CoXI-'ivCTlONliK V STOKI;, CiiiuIh-h. njja
IKNK1NS i:VI-LKV STOUK. WiiicIioh, HiuiiioihIs
j )N l'S- K N n S( )N I'l'K N I Tt K i-I COM I 'A N V.
r.li.M THIvATK'lv. Where !ivct botly Inies.
K. i ZACHMAN, IMumliiiiK Supplies.
TILLAMOOK Hl-UALD, Ismjc1 Twice n Wick.
MONK'S STIMHO. Vim Know Where.
It. S. It. K KURDS'.
PHYSICIAN nd SUKOUON
Mirier: .S'rw Concfrlr llldit. Tlllnluot1k
AM) M KCIvDN
Ofllcr .cxt Ioor to Mutual Tolflpbonc
Ccntrnt. 3rd Avr. K.
Dr. Jack Olson
OKlcn Hour Irofn 9 u. in. to J p. in.
Over F. R. Bcsli' Real Estate Office
K A. I). Pl'.ltKINS.
Olllrii In Sturumn llldu.
An Work CtiniiMllrril,
ril.i.AMUOK. . ORHOO.s
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M.
Tillamook 1 :
J . Claussen
Attorney at Law
In Commercial Building
JOHN LIJLANl) III.NDLKSON
lillumook Kuilding Room 216
T. H. G0YNE
U. S. Commiiiiuner
H. T. BOTTS,
COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACT
OfW yno.orvi. 'n:n ,'
it y rut:
tMitnls. I loilmiK, Sluun, iU
lll.l.AniMlK UNDHUI AkIM)
U. N. IIH.S'JCl.P. Mk-i
Four !r Vrt uf Una -ry
t.ailr An'Utstlt VVhoil ItnlwritnL
0. L. DICK It SON, Prtf.
Ihc Sniiic I'rlcc tu IJvcron
E. N. CRUS0N.
Coutriicts 1 nken
Al Wink (itmniiiUdl.
r.ii t- fr
Ilfnitl S . . .a
.... u,i VMIW r I 1111
A full ntU'iKlmice ih rciiU'Stri)
niul all viHitin hrulliorH hit cor
K. T. Hoai.h, W. M.
C. Iv. Thomiii.kv, Si-eret ii v.
I llliiuook TarktflA.
Tim follnwIiiK prlcrH iirr now pW
for fiirm produelii ut Tflliunook Cil.
Coiri'dcd iivury Tliurmlny j
l'KKH pur ilojc.
Huttor, pur roll
Piilnloos, per cwl.
Chi'i'Hii, por lb,
CidibiiKc, pur lb.
CiirrolH, pur lb.
1'nrntilpH, pur lb,
. 17 to
I i!',""H,,' ',or "'
ApploH, por box
Hokm, .IrysHI, per lb.. v
Mutttui, dressed, por lb,,
licet live pur lb, ,