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Pisplpv Advertisement, er tneh .86
A LI. Pisplnv Ads must rw in this of
fie on Monday and Thursday Mow
inpi to Insure publication in folkw
init Tuesday urn! Friday inu.
Reason are imperative.
ITESPAY, APRIL S. 1013.
"Boee" s:id life saving operation
make a michtx ;-oor vmbinatkn w hen
actual ork is be dono.
II the life saxvr were helpless lat
Sunday. wh.it co M thev do in enso of
n storm with a veel stranded a mile
or two from h-r..
Sheritr Ctvnhaw deerves a lot of
credit for the wax he worked last Sun
day, Sunday niht and Monday. Every
sucpestion lookini; toward a rescue of
the men on tho Mimi wa looked into
bv hirn and he did evervth:njr he could
to uree the life saving crew to action.
He was on the job from the beginning
until the end and spared no pains in
his endeavors to see. that everything
possible was done.
ami tearing down the reputation and
character of it? citizens ami engender
irg hatml and strife among them. Wut
since we are thm attlicted and I um.
for the time being, the subject of at
tack in connection with the paving
controverv. I will, with the kind in
dulgence of the public, attempt to ex
plain my connection with the mutter.
I am personally liable for approxim
ately four thou.nd dollars under the
proposedjassessment for improvement.
In order to insure the erection of the
hotel now under construction I had.
nmotu: other things, to donate to Mr.
Worrall. the holder of a large block of
the Hotel Company's stock, one-hnlf of
the expense of the hotel property sew
erage awl pavement amounting to three
hundred dollars; my stock in the Tilla
mook HuiHing Company and Hotel
NEWS FROM OUR
Hew Tariff Musi Provldu Rov
cniio Sufficient to Hun
Wanhtncton - When the flnvnl full
at noou on prll 7 (he n)a an.l
mean coutmKtpe of the houae will be
prepared to submit a complete ayatrra
of revision and ask for Ita approval.
Truth I that the men charted ith
dim-tini the tariff ftght have sons
m!litiia about the bill to be pa
tented anil itHttRntie that It ma) bo
subject to material amendment h n
I! to the lenato. In fact, the
home leader will be (tad to havi tha
nentto asaura part of the responsibil
ity for the bill.
House leaders reallte that tboy must
do two thtajes. They mux make such
rev talon aa Mil be la keeping tth
their pledxea to the peoplle. and at
the same time mut provide tor maple
revenue to run the government. Tbejr
have ilta-overed already that they lll
need fully a much revenue n has ;
GRIEF NEWS OK OREGON
The utitle bowl.l hap t.-appolnlcd A
I t'rapoti hp mmbor of the tw'1"
lluali Itoevea of Jrffnnion Ml from
the mn (otophone butldln and nin
lid ou hie head iupUIikhI liijutl.x
from whteh ha died
A. Churehhlll. for to yrr puper
ttstenUant of (ha city tehcmU of lakar,
aa appointed b) (lovernor Wt (o
u.eet U U. Alderman a tal u
dntendeai of elienls
John IHivU. n employe f !'
on Champion mte at (.romuropta. lot
hi life In a anolldo ll had Ihm
buried aeveral hour and dead
hen reecuer reached htm
Wallaeo Kurro. u half blood liutiu't
went to aloen baalde (be railroad truck
In the Pendleton yarde and fatal
u hurt. He waa taken to the ho. pi u I.
but dlod. hi kull havltiR bem truo
Involuntary maimlnuahtor !m turn
ehart;ed apmtnat (rd Keet. the tlrtrr
of the automobile which turned uir
and kllletl U K lUlllnsnr mt U-Ur
Injurtxl V It 1 lattice. Unci th occu
pant, at M.irh(lrlU.
W W Krnneln. tr-fliurer of l.lnn
Abstracts on' Short Notice!
Pacific Abstract Compa
Complete Sot of AbntfActn of the, Records of
TtlI.imook Covutyr Oregon
OI'l'tCK OKOUNt) I'l.OOR TOUl) IIOT1U
Midi lil AU Mul.iil
I'. O. HOX M7
been available durlnc the ttat few caunt. paid Into tho tr-urj iho um
veurs. for they find (hey cannot In any of five cent, thin tilnj: thr Amount ha
" Company is liable for two-humlred and
Public sentiment his ben aroused i fifty d0iar!., a total liability of four
to a considerable extent because of the thousnn i five hundred arpi fifty dollars,
feeble attempts maJe by the Garibaldi jt will therefore be seen that with an
Life Saving crew to aid the men who
were imprisoned ot txvird the Mimi
last Sunday. So far as the crew was
concerned it had nothing to do but
obey its officer. Capt. Farley.
parently has lost his nerve. It is true
the sea was a little rough, but th-e
were no heavy w! Us and noth'ng like
a storm was in evidence.
The first attempt wh!ch the - ew
made to reach the boat looked like h i-d-ness
but after that they got out frira
shore only a few hundred feet and t"".n
It was said that the boys were too
tired to get to the boat. Well, we
would like to know what made them
tired? If they were fatigued it whs
something besides labor that bid
brought it about.
It is true that the crew had to pot
forth some etTort in the morning to '
get their boat from the station to the ;
wreck, but, granting this, it is alsoj
true that the boys had plenty of time j
to rest and et in shape for a good i
serious elTort in the afternoon.
We will grant that this life snving
business is no joke and that there is
extreme danger in it, however, we
would like to know what-life savers are
for if they are not maintained to risk
their lives if it is necessary?
Last Sunday we witnessed the spec
tacle of a life saving crew equipped
with a non-sinkable boat well protect
ed with life preservers, refusing to go
to th aid of a stranded ship upon
which vaa si-: men crying for help.
If there had been such a gale as
raged when the I'.oseneran.s went
down oil the Columbia a few months
ago, there wght have been some ex
cuse for dillydallying. It will be re
meraWed that the Columbia P.tver
life savers at that time went out and
rescued three men, in the. fac of a
fierce gale, and did more than their
duty. Last Sjnday it was not known
but what a dozen or more men wor
aA-ait-rig deliverance. Had the if
indebtedness of forty-five hundred dol
lars against me that 1 have much at
stake and have a perfect right to inter
est myself as to whether or mil I am
getting a square deal at the hands of
the Council ami the Warren Construc
tion Company. In protecting my in
terests and the interests of others I
represent I have at times been compel
led to be a little severe but 1 have at
all times kept within mv righU and
have never committed a dishonorable
act or countenanced a dishonorable net
in any other person connected with the
The Committee with whom I havo
been associated in an elfort to urntecl
this city and the abutting nronertv
owners from injustices on the part of
the Warren Construction Company and
others has rendered the city u valuable
service and should have the hearty
commendation of the Headlight, (as it
has of the Herald and all good citizens)
rather than to be misreproeentod and
maligned by it. Why Mr. Baker should
'so persistently fight for the Warren
Construction Company awl why he has
picked me out among a hundred or
more parties to this controversy and
thru his so-calle.l editorials pursue me
week after week, pouring forth his
vile slander rogarding matters that are
wholly foreign to the issues and can
serve no good purpose is hard to un
derstand and give the man credit for
having common renae and common hon
esty. The Headlight's attacks upon mc at
this time are in keeping with the in
conaiatency that has characterized that
paper since Ilaker became its editor
and as an illustration of this and to
turn hia own una on him will quoto
from the Headlight of four or five
year ago when I had been a.suilod in
the Herald by J'entroath in exactly tho
tame manner I am now being assailed
by the Headlight, to-wit:
"Since Mr. Beala is now the target
savcra done their duty laat Sunday two f altacl the knockers and it brintc
more lives wci : ! in all probability
have been saved, viz: the man who
het-arne disco-.rai.'ed and jumped over
board Sunday evening and the poor
fellow who died Monday morning and
whose body was la -shed to the vessel
&hng with the sa i ,r who died Sun
What this diHtriet ne-ds is lifo 3av
mm into prominence probably it will
not be out of place to mention some of
his business traits which have proven
him to be a progressive citizen and
,'OT IN ANY WAY deserving the un
friendly criticism appearing in the
t Herald. We have watched
over ten years and Mr. Heals
(fiven credit for tho enormous amount
injf ( stptain and crew that will do - ol rfml etate deals he has been instru-
things, and every elFort should be ,n'ltal ' carrying thru and at a good
marie to have the official at Washing-; ',rice 10 tnu '""nurs and others who
ton g:ve us relief in regard to tnis ! have their property. Aa for road
It sterns that Editor Haker
ueau .K'ht sees fit in his last issue
attach the Herald in hi.- usual childlike
manner. There w;.s nothing in his
attack.-, for one i , t.w e seriously. Wo
imvo made a stawl for the people
and y.u arc pro id of it. The
Headlight has taken a stand against
the citizen and it will naturally
have to abide by the consequences. Wo
have done nothing that we are ashamed
material ay reduce tlio oipcnnm of
Hcvltlon .Mutt Produce Revenue
With a rortatnty that a cort.iln
amount o( rovouuo mul be avntlnbto
rnch year, tariff re vision mint bi m
shapi-d as to produce that revenue
over and above vbnl can be raised
under the Income to.i How much the
Income to will produce will not bo
known, even upproilmatvly, uutlt the
tariff bill has parsed both bra tic lies
of congress uud been approved by the
prealdent. for there Is more difference
of opinion about this feature of the
new tariff bill than over nn one other
The plan as finally passed upon Is
understood to provide for raUlnR tho
Income tax revenue on a xradtmted
Male, exempting Income under $1000
beRlnnlntc lth a 1 per cent tax on In
comes of 5 tOO and running as high as
-I per cent on Incomes of J 100.000 and
It wa said that the plan retains the
provisions for free raw sugar and free
raw cotton and the IS per cent tax on
raw wool. A flitbt Is expected In both
houses for n change to free raw wool
SuffranliU Ready to Qeilege Wilson
btPKe Is to bo laid to tho While
House by tho stiff raglsta. It was
announced at national heatlquart
era. hh n result of the refusal of
Prealdent wWllson to include In hln
uiessaRe to congress some reference
to the uffrnKo cause The president's
declination was based ou his belief
that congress should take the first
steps, and thnt he would not bo Justi
fied in Inaugurating . jcb a sweeping
reform through recommendations.
Hepreptmtatlrea Kent, of California.
Lonroot of Wisconsin and Anderaou of
Minnesota, progressive republican,
made a formal announcmeut (hat thoy
would not Join the house progressives
In n now third party on?nnlwitlon and
would not vote for IteproaonUllve
M unlock for speaker.
Indians to Get Interest
Secretory Lane has signed an order,
effective July 1. 1013, providing that
nil Indian funds on deposit to the cred
it of superintendents of tbo various
agencies over the United Sine that
hitherto have not drawn Interest shall
be placed on an Interest hearing basts
at tho nito that provnlls In the local
ities where the money Is deposited.
Heretofore these funds have not
drawn any Interest.
It Is estimated that those accounts
National Capital Orcvltlss
The first formal dinner by President
uud .Mrs WHaon will bo given April
10, In honor of members of the eabtnot.
('lay Tallman, an attorney of Tono
pan, .Nev., lias been appointed legal
him for 'idvlser of tho reclamation service by
rnurt be Secretary of the Interior Lane.
.Secretary of Wnr Cnrrlson. Wednes
day, ordered that 60,000 tents and
1,000,000 rations he rushed to Ohio
from Philadelphia for tho relief of tbo
One of tho best Jobs nt the disposal
The Follow in Merchants arc
ft ft a. J ltCX I I I I I
books a recently completed bjr r".
M. It. -title M, an accountant.
Thomas Murray. 4 ranch hud, Is lu
the count) Jail at lliirnn charged ltti
rohWuj; the postofflve nt Alberton. x
small tow n near Juniper Itkn. of
Stelp's Mountain, of which William
Johnston. hl employer, Is tHxtmastcr
I-! It HavI.I . . , .
drowned lu to f.et of v.ter ou oien I H AlI0.rS STOKIi, I)rv (lociels. Clothing, SilOtn.tlC
-tlr. Itftitl.'C 1 (t I mil... 4, l.
KIXC, & SMITH CO.. Honlware. Stoves, ItuiMme
tt-t uil, etc.
Til I I w x t ii?ii o .1
i ii.K.i.nww i-iiiiii rceti, uroccnes, ,i;ul ii)rn
Tl if ii : Cf ivi.M.VTinviM' v cTMuu i i.
JIvNKIXSJI-Wl-i.KV STOKK, WntdieH, I)mitHii-l.s
j )N k . t i ) st ) x i- r K x rn k i-: c ( ) m i a x v .
Ol-M THI-ATKIv, Where IvvervlKwl v (m.cs.
K. !. ZACHMAX, IMinuhitiK Supplios.
TILLAMOOK HI-KALI). Lssued Twice n Wteh
MOXK'S STIMJIO. Vou Know Where.
ada side, while crossltiK Hluslaw river
da side, while rropsltiK HlusUw river
ills boat was seen flcwtdttjc lu thallow
srntrr near the shorn The IkmI; was
found nenr In the rnueh water.
Loaded with 100,7 J.S feet ,,f finish
ics lumber vnluntl at IM.OO0. what l
Jetlnrml to be one of the largest oar
!'3ads of lumber ever shipped from
milt In OroKon. left the plant of the
Kalis City Lumber company The load
was consigned to Kansas turtles
Ilobert Srhlobo. atlas John Kline.
rho has boon lu Jail at Hum for (wo
months, churned with tho murder of n
! rapper and (ho burning of a barn and
horses holenRiUK m A. C Voilmer. is
show lug nigua of homlctdnt Inauulty
utid threaten iwttlcuiarly to kill a fel
Charles Johnson, a rancher llvlns
near riovordalo. attempted snlelda.
but was atoppotl by uelshborlng ranch
ers Just ns h was nbout to Jump from
a store in bis cabin. Imvlnn tlwl u
rope to the bottom of his cabin nud
carried It over a rafter and placed the
Itoose over his bend
By the provisions of (he rnlllae tnx
law pasad by the last lglsiottirn fur
S. It. KIKltlS-.
PIIY.SICIAN ami .HUKOHON
Urtire. New C'Wiftrtr llldg. TllUlaook
I II.I.A.1(M)K I'NDI; k I AKI.NC
K. V. I1ICNKI.1 Mr.
Four )i,r West tff 1 ler
I ..I.. 1 . -i . - . 111. t.
W. 0. McGcc, M. D. I Pioneer Transfer
the supiKirt of county fnlm there will ! oillce Next U,r i.. M..i.,.i T..1....1
counties. H. 632 31 The law provides
that any county that does nol hold a
Central, Hrd Ave. F,
c. l. ma; u son. rr-i.
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1 nt .-hiiic iticc 10 i.vcn
Dr. Jack Olson
KEvHI IJKN'T UKNTIST
tllllro Hours Irorn V n. ni. to f. p. in.
0m F. R. Bcal.' Rc! Eilalc Office
It. A. 1). I'HUKI.ws.
M KM II K NT IiH.VTIjrr
Ollice ill SturKriiii llldtf.
All Woik (liinlnutrril.
ni.I.AMOOK. . Oil MOON
1. E. REEDY, D. V. M,
improvements he has probably suhscrih
ed more money out of his own Docket of the Wilson administration. n,i f
of tho ' fr r0al8 than "ny onu ttlL' (-'ounty ' chl,!r foroBtor. has been plaeod under
isuu to ! ""d a" a" illuslratior' "f this take sec- ' the civil sorvlco. This position, now
mis .Miy. Jnev wtiro orRMnnl u trrutUtl
A FFAV MORE Tf-RSE COMMENTS IN
REGARD TO EDITOR BAKER.
(Hy F. It. Heals.)
As Iho Headlight sees fit to continue
its slaridoroua attacks afjairist mo and
the cause 1 have faithfully tried to
servo 1 fool that I am justified in speak
injr in self-defenco.
It is to be dopl-irod that there is pub
lishod In this citv n paper whose edit
orial columns are uovoted to malluninir
and Kravelled their entire length larno--
ly at the expense of Mr. HeaN, Mr,
Heals has built six business building
in this city and has the distinction of
having promoted the construction of
the concrete building', the first modern
fire-proof building to be erected with
in the boundaries of Tillamook County.
Mr, Heiils has been an important fact
or in opening up Um Nelialem country
and has donated largo sums of moimy
for tho pu-lio highways of that section.
In. brief and in a general way this Is
our observation f Mr ii.. i
. wu B eoiiHiijiiraiioii or tlio ourreiiey (11111H
I ll.u lh f.iilili.t ....... ..e .L.I.. . . ... ' iii'in
., , r ' "H M'unlv II0"' '"'' "lr matlr.-rB or pn.Hsliig ,.
it would be a good thing for Tillamook porUncq Insofar h their iIIscuhh o ,
County ,f it had more men of his push would not Interfere with ih, "So
unu energy and less of the chronic.
publican, appointed by Tuft to succeed
Clifford I'luchot, pays $6000.
On Hie riKiucst of I'n sldciil U'llson,
Bccrotnry of War Oarriiion went i0
Ohio to personally survey contlltloiiH
In tho flood district. Ho was accom
panied by floncral Wood. I'rohldmit
Wilson was going himself, hut biter
decided to hoiii! Harrison ns his perHon
The special session of congress, It
is predicted by democrats or the ann
ate, will bo a prolonged affair, it H
assumed that President Wilson will
itsK consideration of tho
J - Claussen
way of tariff rovlslon
j Leader Underwood ImllnvoH that tho
lum' w"l m disposed of In iho houto
50 Gold Hoiid Trading Stamps with! 7 ' U"tl loU' hmtm ,J'
H4.t ...I .a
;wi year s suuscription to tho Herald.
r nmty fair mny uso It proportion of
ilie fund for bulldinK mads
I.nurn Alexander, an alloltro on thr
Umatilla reservation. Is belnf; held to
the nrnnil Jury an answer a charK" of
bnvlng obtained a big sum of money
f.-om J. M. Bannister, a (imminent
.Uhenn farmer, through n boKiis leaie
to her laud. It Is allotted nlm had al
ready leased the land to another.
II. Ilrown and H. Ilruno. fo for-
eli;n InborerH, were drowtuMl lu the
pond at the Ulmlra Lumber company' 1
sawmill at the Noll tumud on tbo lino
jf the Kiikih!-Coo Hay nillway. The
men were walking on logs In the pond
One log turned suddenly and precipi
tated them Into tho water and b"nnnth
a number of other Iokm.
On the old I'erdol Suthnrllii donation
iuh ciaiiii are jiear trees tnnt wro
l-roWRlil from Champoog In 1852 I.
Mr. Sufberlln. a pioneer of 18&I. Tho
treoa Imvo not miasud a year of bear-
lug slncn 18C6, tho first ymir thuy bore
fruit. They novor were prunod, nulll
vnioii nor sprayed until lust year. The
(liinllty and yield Imvo compared with
A battle took place with knives
between Kd Spenco, soil of Dr Hpi-nce,
.mil (.'imrgo (Jains, or Korhy, over put
ting the bun or the turkey trot an J
bunny hug nt the dunce held them.
Hpenci) Is lu a serious condition, be
Irig cut In II places, 1I1.1 most HnrliniH
being a cut on his neck, where a gmU
throe Inches long grazed tho Jugular
vein. Oaten was not seriously hurt
Arthur Mcl'liorson, a wealthy ranch-
nr living hiiveii miles west of M.ii
.....11, n,.n win nil (in je llllllll ny u I'lllf I'll I 11
whllo feeding stock. Thinking noth ' ,,,an,0" "UllcJiriCJ Ko() 216
Ini' it II I,,. 1 '
"mi 111:11 in wiiori limy
were pacKing Ice, and while employed
linn wiin a morn severe nccldmit, hnv
nig imij ins arm crushed hi-twooi
lurgu cakes of Ice. Ho was taken to
tun Hospital at Ilaker, where he dli-l
with blood poliiou.
H llensoii, iiillllonalro lumbiiriimii
mid owner of tho Oregon hotel In 'rt.
land, who has lit mi stiiylug In Long
Hunch, Oal., ror the winter, will en
deavor to procure legislation by con
gress prohibiting iho manurnctiiro of
wlilskny In Um United Mates, Mr.
Ilenson ban set aside $GO,000 to fur
tlMir thn project, 11ml his attorney is
now draftliiB a bill that Mr. Ibmu..,.
wjihuu to Imvo puBsed'iit Wnnhlng-i.
E. N. CRUS0N.
I I.. ... . Ik If
Al Wurlt tttmrniiucil,
Attorney at Law
Office In Commercial Uuildint;
JOHN I LI.ANI) lltM) ILSON
T. H. G0YNE
U. S. Commiiiioncr
l?(Hx SALI- A I
hm.i 1 au rfiuuiiinniTinii rir
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' 'ininiiu lirilWlCTH illv iv
tlmlly ill vitcfl.
K. T. IIoai.s, W. M.
C. Iv, Tkom i11.1t v, Sivrct 1 ry.
H. T. BOTTS,
COMPLETE SET OF ABSTRACT.
rillamook, - . Qrt.
rii.. r.. 11. ....t.... .....
rt !- imn ill I Hill. "
for fiuni prodm-Ki nt Tllliiinook City
Cm reeled overy Thursday ;
I'-KgH per doz. $0.20
iiiillur, pur roll jojr. In
I'ntntors, pur owl,
('hei-sit, per II,, t j7j l0
('nliliiige. per lb.
CnrrotH, p,.r II,,
I'ltrsnlps, per lb.
Hipuisli, i)r 11.
I'umpklns, per Ih,
Apples, pnr box ii00 ,
Hugs, ilrusHoil. nor lb.
Mutton, ilrt sscd, por b,
lleof llvu per lb,