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ISSUED TWICE A
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER N TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Oim'.oon, Jt si: 0, 11)1.'!.
It ih the niiti of this IjmiJr to ftlvtj
tlic lnm bunUinK service possible
wc tl it.
It is also our aim to Imvc the;
n licM cttiijimiMt such
MihIimj I'irc I 'roof Itrtnkinj;
M-"u, l?irc Proof Vnult. Mui.
j,liit Proof SitiV. Modern Sitfc
cistt Mow mitl wr hiivc
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
TILLAMOOK, OH KG ON
lent : Coal : Lime : Brick
;Shingles : Plaster
Root Paint : Drain Tile
M B-SCII RAD K R C( ) M PA X Y
r.d Warehouse !srml Si. between 2d .mil 3d Ave. Wt
(oils, 1,000 Sheets in Each Roll, of
CREPE TOILET PAPER
C'.LV VOC HI-AT IT.-
Biggest Value Ever Offered in Tillamook City
illamook Drug Store:
KOCH &. HIL.L.
. IL KOC1 !, Ph. U.
l'lmtr, Vtli 4nd Moduli Miln
"rtrf. r i iHriifrrl). AJoiirv lUtcK it 'nt Stitisfnctnry
JOHN LHLAND HUNDHK50N
Attorney M Lw .mJ.Not.iry I'ublU-
'AW ABSTRACTS : UI5AI. KSTATI
M'UYISYING : INSI KAN'CH
DULSM AN & DO LAN
1HNHRAI. CKMI3NT CONTRACTORS
Walks, Floors, Foundations, Chimneys,
wilding Blocks, Septic Tanks, Etc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
fllUTUAV TW- AT VATCII TOWHR OR Ill'.RMAN
id it in The Herald
UNITED BRETHRtN IN CHRIST HOLD SIXTH
ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT TILLAMOOK.
LAIIGK BODY OK PKKACHERS AND LAYMEN PRESENT. BISHOP BELL
OFJ.LOS ANGELES, PRESIDES. CHEESE, AUTOMOBILE RIDES
AND YELLOW LEGGED CHICKEN ORDER OF THE DAY.
Bishop Hell paid a fine tribute to Prcsl-, revolution that will cwU more thun
ti l Wilfon became of tho splendid French HvnltiUnn
manner In which he li standing up for' In speaking of colossal fortunes tho
iri-sent day reform. Ho mentioned ; Bishop naid that men had secured for
the terrible strain the president Is now themselves indulgences in In
under, and of how he is harassed . individual power and had endeav
dally by the Interests who are endcav. j ored. so to speak, to place themselves
orlng to bluff him in regard to tariff j on a par with God himself, for no one
reforms. Ho gloried In itbe fact that . had th- rlcht
Thr Mith nuuiinl -e.ni i.f thr I and vry fittingly replied to the gen
Oirgmi (onirinur ol U l ulled I tlemi n who hud spokrn before him,
the president was remaining firm,
"liishop Hell's address was greeted
by continuous applause.
...mum it: i iihm ih inrrllng in i very pleasantly Introducing now
thl bruittllnl little i it li tlie r.i. ; then shafts of wit appropriate to
lll.lioi. V. M. Hell. I). I)..
AriKelen. ! prrrfitltiu' . llo. I' ().
Iliittrtiruke. liiniiillH'rit iiirnihrr ol
lite Slntf lruilnlnrr inui Silpriin.
triKliMH id tlir C iitilerem-e. ('. C".
H)l .mil ). U. I'nrker, former
NiiMltiitiileiif, iMitltol riiilomutli,
5ca. Mr lttill. ol Srnttlr. Vnli.;
). U. Knlpr, ol Htrtrtl, Wunli.. J.
H. t'Mrxtuts, at IIcmmI Ktvct. J. W.
5prcltrr, al '.nil Oimrli. I". 1.
llliiniliHtil, arl C'litircli. '. I V.
Hutu, IkI ("liittch, J. IC. ( onnrr, itli
ritiiKtb I'urtlmiil, C V. I onium,
Wn.k; J. .
Vtlt . If (J,
.VMI Heml; I
. M. Dnkln. ol Vlrw,
Ofttrrit, id Miiiinr,
Stiii.iiirf lin, nf Vim
Mm. X. U. LcmIh, il
. K. Mrre, ol Tilln
II. M. I'ruplem of
hiileiitj J. S. K'IkhIc. ol Aiiuiv J.
l. ICh Iip-oii. o( 1'orlliiiiil: II li.
j liniiTU k, of 'Die DwIIoh; Mir Duiii
S nunu. INver Mini V. M. Oweni.
ol Miulle. life the nrtlve iittniptrri
Tle lolot-iii nri! the Iny
Thr m x' sp;nkcr to be Introduced
wns lliahop Hell, whd for one hour,
held the nudlrnco in wrapt attention.
1111 subject wns "I'overty." and In
cluded a discussion of economic condl
lions. Hu sjxike on the subject "I'ov
erty" In the mornitiK. Hiveninttd.
dre was simply a continuation of the
morning address. He dealt our pre
sent induiitriul system some sledge
hummer blows. He made a plea for
the' middle clnisus unci the wane
worker, bocnuse the church is depend
ant upon ami must riv? or fall with tho
fortunes of that class. He made a
plia for better pay for teachers and
priSschfirs an I all thone who are on-
J in eilucatmi: our people. He
rtld It was a shame that men should
receive so much moro. for services In
the Industrial world than they could
receive for the same services in the
Hlshop Hell slated that there were
. ten million i',pe in the United Slates
(lelr . I ,WIH. wlui .'(ir. in nm'.rl ,.n.l thul
Hi tic iittendiinrc iirtd tense inles
ent liiifi eliiiriu'teri.ed Hie entire 'Iny.
Keportu of itiplor jiihI coininit
tcc luivc (uriiirlitMl tlir occunion
with (minor and ii.iIIiok :inl ora
tor). The report of the committers
on H'nrtiiee iliew tlie keenest inter
ent in itH fiiHiHtence upon t lie yonl
of iJ utu it pafMatniKe im the
iiuniiiiiiiii to l.e readied in the
next four ycir (or nuiiif ter In it
tunc of hundred of millions of dollars
carried with it except Ood himself.
Hishop Hell 'ended his splendid ad
dress with an eloquent plea for all,
through Divine aid, to do their best to
be what God have them be. He stirred
his audience through and through and
when he had done there was plainly
felt a decision for better things on the
part of those present.
Interesting Conference Personals.
V. O. Honebrakc has the "honorable"
distinction of the conference, beim
I ii!m. the i.len of xiich co-openition : n ember of the state legislature for the
hrintr definite ar-iHtntice
ctroHicr to the
Ciitrn pipsctit: lf. W. Murker, ol ' n... .i.,...i.i 1 .u
;C(Miilllr J. A. Cotton, of Gravel ; job of leading in the ec.moi.Mc llKht for I K'Ji;,,.
Kurd; .. A. Ileiii.ett. ot l'litlonmih; . tc U())m of M$ Ktml of people. I u"c c.Hilli
' fn-in the
I Rev. II. Schtiknicl t, of Portland,
reprrnentliur the KvnnKelieal Aii
ri itton, read an able paper bearing
lrntrrr.nl reetitiKH and having ref-
j erenee to the t'Otitcitiplated cdnca-
I HfHliop Hell read a cateftillv pre
! pared 'and far rencbintr report of
I the' committee 011 prx-iul cervlcennd
A iter which II I- Sheldon, of
Cortland, Stipe intendent of the Ore
iron Anti Miloon Leairne, made an
addrep" outlining the jil.in of the
I.eairtte to innkc Oregon dry in 11)10.
Dr. I'. . Honehrake and J. U.
1'arMoii! were elected Trustee- of
the Oregon Anti-Saloon League mid
a resolution wan pa-ed adoptini;
ir iiroirtiun ol the Ami-haloon
the repeal of the ho
Ktilc aniendnietit to
tie... HeltB, ol let Clliirvh. O. I'.
Hiillinnii, ol .til I'hnch, Mr. T.
Iliown, ol SJnd Church, Mr. W. II. !
Ilrttw. ol Ith Chtiich, I'uitiatitl; j
VffiT-r.. linrCtl.-m J lllllll.ooi., .Mlh. '-,.,,..1,1 1.,, thorutiehlv elwrnswl.
1'ird l.tcr. ( North Heiul. W. !. ; iu,op Hell said that many
soiucf. 01 Mineotucr. wiitt.; J. 1 K,x,nt Ili.anclrrs were
?Iillrr. ol .Ittiioi, WiimI).; ?Itr. A
I. t in... of Thr Dalle. Mi. K. I
Kiuiiiiiiian, (it Hciivcr; Mm. 1'.
Hale ol Salmi; Mi. I-.. Alhan, of
Hopewell, null V. I. ltourlirnkr, f
Ut'. Ilrtiiiuu Schukiirt lit. pit' r
of the I'irHt (itiiiiim l',,iiiiiH 11I
Chilli h. I'ortlniill, 1 prcint .ih
fritter mil delegate tioiu the l.vuii
U'elli'.il ,o liilion
II. I., hlieljoii, of I'orllantl, Miprr
InteKileilt til thr Oregon Ami Sa
I111111 I.niiriir 1 attending; the I on
fcrrut'f irptcciiting hi work,
A hue iitiiuliei of Mmlor have
nci'oiiipunlctl the pnoi anil deli
gtilr fioin all pint f Oicgi 1 aid
Tl e eonlcrencc was tipennl at tl
o'cli k WrducKilay by llihop lit H'h
irnttiiig; mid comment upon the
liil cluiptrr til Tiiiiiithy.
Jicv. t. I- William 'w.ih rlei tetl
srcirlin and (it o. HettH tieiittri r
of the coilfeteiice, Colilllllttcet wen
nppoiiitetl hy the Hi ah op atonic
unit the coiileietico et upon tin
ii'Uiihti win It ol the Heioti
At U". It' Hiahop Hell jj.ixe Hie itl.
tire i ht tltilel for the forenoon.
The theme vm, "The I'huuh .mil
hconomit- ( nudititiu,' .n il the
lihop liniiilletl it lit a Itvt4 tii to
tlate iawhtou. He Uimk tlir I linn h
ought lo have a tsry m.itcri.il intrt
et in the economic welfare ot the
grc.it, middle dim common n
pie and him no hcHitatioit 111 put
lint it m 11 vcrj emphatic way.
The addle lO'emetl hp timi l) '"it I
iiiiiHli iltil that the coiileiencc x. tctl
to 1 limine tl piogiam o that Hint
eiic- ol atblre.tPt'H might he given
in the evening that moic 01 the
clliscim ami iicople in general
might h.c tbc privilege ol hear-
. .,.,.1. ...i.
lug tltexc girai no v i in...
Coii-titntion in U1 ( and an
He said that ur people uld le de- j amendment to the Constitution for
llveted from a strange enslavement ) I'r"lubition in IPltk
third successive time and u rnembjr
weaker i ' 80'"c ,ta rnost important commit-
ittj, .nucif ui inu nitmuiu legislative
work of the last session owes no little
to his support. He lives at Hood River.
C. C. Hell is a first cousin tothi
Bishop and was for several years a
hardworking and efficient presiding el
der or superintendent of the confer
ence. More than once has he walkeJ
over the mountains and waded thi
streams to be at his quarterly meetings.
J. S. Rhodes is the dcbat:ntr -crap,
per of the conference; he haa a record
for doing up sceptics and Seventh day
No one questions Bishop Bell's stste
ment that his mother permitted him to
have a good stomach and good nervs?.
Ma be that is responsible for the fast
that he is, as he says, as often
taken for a Brewer as a I'reaeher.
If oar conference never meets in
Tillamook again it won't be because of
luck of hearty welcome, or of cheese,
milk and honey. It will be because
the Bishop finds it'too arduous a task to
keep the preachers at work with tec
temptation of go fishing so near.
oiir.j.cuUrU.. ami- luvv .muking . lodiesJubjeet. which r-isho; Belh-spok
getting a new
viowKinl of tilings, nnd It is being
realized that while it is n fine tiling to
finance ami build rallruads ami build
up oilier grant m-tt.tutions, it wi a twenty o art of each other and evident
ThutMla)evo ing. He went back into
history and laid as a background for
h s theme. Watt's discovery of the
wir .; strain, the American Revolu-a-
I the I' fetich Uev ution, these
t .ree grcnt events hapiten r.g within
BISIlOl' V. M. HULL, D D.
The Wednesday Evening Welcome
;i)n WVdnondiiy evening tho cunlor
unfit body wua fonimlly wolfomed to
our city by ropriMuntntivo citizoim
ililtigiitctl for Hut ocfiialoii. Attorney
T. 11. (Joyiio woleo.iictl the conference
front the standpoint of thu hymen !
AHotnoy 11. T. HuHs mltlressetl tho
conference from tho Hlundpolnt of tint
iirnr.mriioiiiil niun : and H. L. Shrotlu
npuku In bohiilf of tho bnsinoss men in
j general. Tiiu uhovo iiinntiimt'd geutlo-
imin iidilrcasod tho iishoiuIiIimI preach-
or In 11 luipp.v hiimorons vein, ondoav
Sirlng tn iniiki' our visitors fuel at home,
mid nt tho sumo tlmo fcol pleased bo-
,'iiueo tlicy tiro hero.
I' Itov. (Jeo. MeDJtinltl of Scuttle, ro-
Bpoittled to tho addresses of wulcoinu
liner thing to finance fiiitiilu's nnd seo
tlint they 'ero properly cared for. Ho
said that the average income of a fam
ily in the Snath was $;100 per year,
while the average income it family
in the North wns from $-100 to WOO per
year, and that (hit t 1 ot enough to
properly clothe ami educate a family.
HoVurther stated that jtovorty was
not conducive to pioty as many poopla
ttvpposed ami that unless tho poorer
classes word given moro eonside,'aUon
and there was a morn equal distribu
tion of wealth serious times wero In
Btoro for us. II tt dtl that tho govern
ment had sown torpedoes of itnttrchy by
favoring capital as it had.
Ono lino point brought out by tho
bishop was tho fact that whilo it takes
heroism font man to go to tho front
mid fight tho battled of his country in
an army, it takes far more hctiostn for
him, whllo at his own homo, to mint
fully do tho duties which lib Go.l and
his country demands of him,
Neur tho conclusion of his address,
ly destine 1 b God fo man's industrial
and political lib ri The Bishop then
went on to show how witli tho advent
of machinery, labor began to bo con
centrated into the cities ami man's
selfishness began to show itself, with
tho result that there immediately sot
in a movement towards abject overty
on one hand and the piling up of great
wealth on thu other hand. llisiop Bell
said that capital had arisen tq power
through injustice and Hint mutters hud
reached such a state thut the one great
living enemy that man lived in four of
was man, who in his endouvor to 111011
oKllo tho resources of the earth had
brazenly violate I God's laws at every
stage of proeoo tire.
Bishop Bell spoke "f tho hurassoj
condition of many of our poor people
who wero living In daily four of. pover
ty and its results whila there wits plen
ty for nil. Ho said thut capital was
today causing far 1.1010 sull'erlug than
its ovorthrow wo'Ud cause, and that we
must regain our equilibrium or suffer a
the grt of Rhodes, f Hopewell, but
but were willing for him to confine his
treatment to himself when he remarked
that when he looks in the face of his
ray haired wife and thinks of the sac
rif'ce and privation she has endured
while members of his church have in
, creased in wealth he feels like going
'out behind the barn and kicking him
self with hobnailed boots for six days
' for having allowed such to obtain
Mr. Sheldi. 1 wua t4uite willing to
I agiee with Rev. Mrs. Blanchard, of
Portland, Third Church, that the
I women of Portland were valuable in
I assisting to elect Mayor Albee.
Three of the visiting women might
have accepted Shrode's cordial invita
tion to stop at the store and sample
Tillamook cheese, hart he not found it
necessaay to start to dinner just as
they were approaching the store. But
the fact that cheese continues to bs
sent in for the preachers' consumptto 1
proves the Tillamooker's generous dis
position. After hearing this morning the first
of the lectures by Parsons, of Hooi
River, we were glad that we would be
privaleged to hear the rest of the
When a man is called a dog much
depends on what kind of a dog- is
meant. No one was affended when
Mr. Sheldon, of the Anti-Saloon
League, referred t. Elder Bonebrake
us the watch uog of the House, during
the recent legislature. He suitr bein
able to depend on Boiebrake in
the house he was the better able to
work in the Senate.
Rev. Schuknecht explained to us hos
tile names Small, Little and Ktine
were all of the same origin. Why
couldn't some such division have been
arranged for Smith and brown
H. B. Dorks of Salem is a lute arrival
at the conference. Rev. Dorks is a
new man on the coast, having co.nj
less than a year ago from Colorado
F. W. Jones 'is tardv but welcoms;
he used to be our efficient Presiding
I Elder uiui has made the difficult rounds
F. II. N'etr of Eugene came Thursday.
Rev. Netr is one of the best remem
bered pastors of the Tillamook church.
He was delayed on nccount of the
death of his tather-in-law, Mr. Rowe.
H. F. White, whom we best know as
Herbert, arrived Thursday. Herbert
is just back from Dayton, Ohio, where
he has been the past three years, hav
ing just graduated front Bonebrako
C. C. Poling. D. D.. of Portland,
camo in Thursday. Dr. Poling is frater
nal delegate from tho United Evangel
ical Church ; ho, with Dr. Schuknecht
am) the United Brethren representa
tives, are working on a plan to feder
ate tho educational work of the three
churches they represent.
I. E. Meese of Tillamook is about
tho busiest man of thu conference, but
he makes a good host, for he ami the
gOod peoplo of his -city are my ally en
tertuining their guests.
II. L. Sheldon, Superintendent of the
Oregon Anti-Suloon League, presented
tho "irrepressible conflict" nnd stirred
the conteieuee with his sio ;;n, "Homo
Rule repealed in 1D14, Oregon Dry in
Rev. H. Schuknecht of Portland, tho
representative of tho Evangelical Asso
ciation, rend uu ttblo paper bearing the
kindly greetings from his association
nnd referring fuvornhly to the federa-
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