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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1913)
C. . Cromblcy, Editor
ls.Micri t c . :ikck c
llnl-red -w !' matter Mav IT. 191. at fir pt ofW at Tillamook.
'rirn. umkr the act of Marrh 3, J".
SlCRU'TION S1JO A YKAR IN AHVVNC8
' ejtal Adert:3nt
first lrrvn-n, per tin I
Each ubutt irsrtort,
l i . :ion
Kach aubneuuent insertion, haw .
Resolutions of t ondoleiK Md
notice, per line 6
10 Botineos Pnfixil tarde.ro. t.
.08 riitv Advertisement, par inch .
AM. Display A most be m few of
,ft0 f.c on Monday and Tlwraday Mom
.06' nrt to incur nublicatiati in follow
. teg Tuesday and Friday
,?J Reasons ar imperetiv.
liUY, JUNE '-'. mi a.
v .. .1. ,, p.i- M.tiM ! rn iorsmrt of t?w 'o-nmrrri Chat.
Hri will bo held at tb Court House the elab ho a ba.-Jjrr's srort "ahead
wk in! iL il u (jo.- rk that must
Everyone should turn out and five the ; dvn ra caniwt o don except thru.
now association a wd boost.
an oiraniMtioo of this kind. Wo '
admit that the eho tea mad mistake
t mnrtUriiur imorovMnenU for tbo f i the past, but to dwell Opoa too
StHHroll Park play (rounds it ha bm take of tbo past will do us w rood.
e-isgftttad that soaie tree be sot oat
i-i as to afford a wiod break against
the northwest winds which r re vail so
f.rontriy daring the wmnfr month,
and at times leeasioc o much discom
fort. The planting of the tree should
lie one of the first improvement.
We bare had nearly uar m - ith of
Democratic rule and t'-;? w irli had not
come to an end. Won't .njne please
hold Editor Baker's head. We see by
the last tfwue of the 'te.i!ic t that he
i still rantin Hecaose the Oenverat
contemplate a reae-mahle re'aetion of
tbe tariff on Jtiry priacts. Sro. Bak
er Drixr i'ir eetv rcthr 'trance
vrhi one ties int- eon: irrt.on the
fact that He hs1 not a wrt u av
when Taft's reciprocity bill.
toot from dairy proiuets ever? bit of
protection, was passed. SVny Urn
preat dilferene in hi attitaii a re
gard to the tarin " .- i ' be
lieve the diTere can be foorv saui
mod up in tnat one word "pootoHce.."
we moat loot to tbe future. Tb ctub
is doinff a work that ta of creel heoe
fit to the town and turrouadiftt eoutstr?
but the burden of tiu work, financially
and otnerwiee. it faltin on a cowar
ttvelr few. This tU of tfktr
should be remoiied. Ewyoo woo u
receiving a benet from the rhtb't
tirities shuid upurt the club. If
you are not a member jxn at oore.
DAILY CUR REM FILINGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
FttrnUhed fay Pacific Abstract Co.
Bay City Land Co. to A. L. Bieeiow
'which ' l 5 6 Cori c- "dn to Bay Ci-
' I... I at. lO d" m 1 J 1 a . B
t y, vj n (v . enwij who id naj
Plat A Dedication, of Bright Water.
. Sic' by C. K. Henry wf. Plat land
ia See 19 and 30 3 S 10 W -est of SatM
First Bank & Trust Co. to Johc
Brooke lot 7 btV t? Roekaway Beacti.
The mole and zopher bounty law U
riintrinr ra: it 1 f C ifk) 1m av I rf w am
, k :"- , . W. a. SoedeVer wf to G. !. & L.
names of those who have taken adeant-1 n , ,... . - - ...
, j v. . r.bmio dou ivn sec -s ; o jo v
ace of the new law and the number of i
hides which they have delivered to th-s i
Nehaletn Bay Land Co. to Win. ?o
qua lota 2? i 25 btk 17 N'ecarney ilCO.
C. L. Zunwall & wf to John U Co-
county clerk: F. C. Baker 2. Johai
Stuivenea 103, Liaie Batiser 30, Al-i
vj.n Wells 256, Wm. Hitnes 1S9. Eliia-
As the bounty amounts to 25c for each i 5 EHhlh Sehilke & bo to J. F. Ly
animal, it will be seen that the county
: jack, lot 16 blk It Handlak, SI. CO.
ens 160a in See 16 3 S 9 W. i0.
T. U. Potter Really Co. to Mary E.
Maineeon lot 7 blk -17 Bayocean 10.
T. B. Potter Realty Co. to Elinor
Williams lot 34 blk 50 Bayoeean, $10.
First Bank & Trust Co. to Therta
Stegman, lot 29 blV 51 Rockaway,
Firat Bank & Trast Co. to Johu A.
Milton lots AS, !7 & 45 blk 2 Rockaway
i Fint Bank & Trust Co. to Frank M.
" ' jWalline. lot 1 &. s; VX 2 blk 2 Rock-
There is e1dence which caose ns to tway Beach, $35.
believe that Tillamook City may soon1 C. AJe3C M'cCabe to A. G. Farley loU
become one of the principal convention , 5, 6, 7 i S blk 3 Tillamook B'ch, K0.
A. E. Farley & wf 10 E. V. Kuyken-
cierx win be called upon to uay out a
considerable amount of money if the
above record is maintained for any
considerable time. One peculiar fea
ture of tbe above report i the fact
that apparently Bro. Baker of the
Headlight never allows an opportunity
to eet bis mil into the coeaty trewory J
to pass oy.
cities of the state. If we will hot take
advantaze of the opportunHies tnat
will present themselves this summer
we can make it so. Three important
state organizations will nather at Till
amook this summer and fall. The first
hip eat: .ring will be of the Oregon
Nation -I Guards, which will take place
from July A to 16. The iecor.d (o'.her
ing tf importance will lie a jollification '
by the Moose Lode o( the stat j, Sich !
will take place here Munetim- i-urini
the latter part of July. T.. third j
?atherir.g of importance will be the
Butter srvi Cheese Makers Convention,
which will lie h'-ld in the fall. j
:illamt3k ar,J vicinity has
attractions which interest the outsider
in fact it would be difficult to find an
other Iwality in the state that offers
buch a cmersity of attraction., as does
TiliarnooK County. In view of this
fact many have a desire to eorne ami
see us, and now that these large public
gatherings are coming our way we
hhonki give them the glad hand, treat
tbem as bet we can while they are
here and send them home with praises
The Tillamook Count fair will be
another big thing for Tillamook this
fall, and will bring many outside peo
i!e to our city.
A late dispatch tells us that the state
O. A. R. reunion will be held at Tilla
rrhiok next year. This will be another
fir.e thing for Tillamook.
It may not be realized, generally,
but it is a fact that all hut one of the
-i ill et-al lot 5. 6. 7 & S blk 3 Tilla
m ok Beach, 10.
First Bwk & Trust Co to W. l
U ttle lot 46 blk 11 Hockaway 130.
Brighton Development Co to Chaa.
H. Beaver bt 23 blk 32 Brighton, J2S0.
Brighton Development Co. to Adel--rt
Beaver lot 25 blk 32 Brighton $260
W. G. Dwight' to Grace Cornforth
lots 5 & S blk 47 Thayer aildn to Tilla
John J. Stolte to Allen V. Blaek ton
ll & 12 blk 27 & loU) 23 to 27 inc blk 23
SandUke by the Sea, 10.
J. S. Brail, guardian of Jos. & Cath-
erine Cosgrove to Jas. Churchill, et-al, i
111.36a in See 11 6 S 9 W.
T. B. Potter Realty Co to Earl UtJ-1
ler. lot S blk 65 Bayocean, 510.
Decree from U. S. Dist'ict Court,
Lif. of Oro. Decree of forfeiture of
various tracts of lands in Tillamook
awl other counties, Oregon, in case,
United Statfek, Complainant, vs. Ore.
& Cal. Railroad Oi. S. P. Co. et-al.
Ducree dated March a 1913.
W. C. T. U, COLUMN.
A TRIO OF KV1US.
(Mr. M:?arrt Mt. lmeatf W
Wwil iswton W C T U
A recet phbato riTxdr tw
omrtality of a5vrrrwot Kf woasseW-tt
$smw the nmHi rajw !
rvity of vv Vartwaa piiviawwios
have adeaaevd witWiy JilTenarC ttwne
to to acwual fw tsjss fswt, tsw
tfcinfc Utal the tsanwHsi cw "f
dth Is a wMries! l f war hra
ita aad that tkNr wwsbsm Mf
jt a Wm.i a tey d ai e.e
toeir bcarn rrik so isjwwiirjr or
eotwtoiMJy . tatfar they free wC
Asw4hr attrbtea wwsam's IsW
life to hf WKrr .SUee4 tir. ,
tnd tbo lax t the ryK-ry aipn
last euMfwciUa wferti i a rt S
MNtrty eeory ' hf. Rut r ts r
not other cwomo hrh pfws k
art oceured to ts yhy air laws eV
mswtod, or wtch they v rvtto-i
Throusrh the Asser Fidstsnisei J
Stt HroMf mm ftortta tttt t
Bv hero caafto fMthbe
thfww hfht tapwo tat auhjwrt ia lud
Thsa stotiatte toll us that jrar
three btUte 4Uar xtm espscNWd n
"bit staswry. perhaps saor
erly tftlcinc. for the ?r-ciei f
viW paissiens ; t hitbs(M taoce rr r
pi4 for mUxtralioc twjosrt a4
coc btitto. two fceadvwd aatta f v
tostewo. It may he aasd that eoaapif
lively fow woiiawm ua tooee t
Hqsaar aasd the vhtU lav mtSe u emr
uiary dot-pdeat ufna aswft fee 'U
pwrt aad roeutnuMtce. May thr not
b fautki here msn reaoon wy w
are lwiee-hvd this caoo
The ctiy of Social and Mecal H y
sieoe is asthonty for the ttles-t
that eighty ritrtoet ot snea ta our rjt -
u!lr at sooaw tine fnxo a ktavr
dbease, SMUceanry eoatrMtod. ri
that ninoly f-fr rot of IS rww of
locoeaotor ataisa. and Urtr Pret-t
aT of insanity. apopWty. parttlyaas and
tudden death 1 canard pruwanly br
this Minse Uuteaae. ta pant yen.- ccaat-
iiy ha been demanded of onwa ; it
bats not ever been expected of aaen ?
Chattity i coodueive to od hulth
and lone Ufa. Is tbere not here a
reioo for the aiocwity of weeaea?
It is not fur?roia that aaany san
die an untioier death wfcs we con-
eider tiut two billion dollars worth t
strong drink and on bstiioa, two bun
dred iniihoo dollars worth of totacoo 1
consumed in oao year. cBoitly by snon.
Kemeaibering that liquor and lobar? 1
vcu contains a deadly poiaofl and t&at
multtiudes of men form the poian
habit at a very early age, tht wooticr
it that o many sorvtv a loovc &s they
do. Why should society loneer auolt-
gize for. tolerate, or permit the etist-
ence of this trio of evils -imm-jralty.
the U5 of strong drtnk and of tobacco.
While we are eonetderi-ns; prohiNiion
as a slate USUw it I nevertncMK a at-
tion.il iseue and the day is not far dis
tant when itwill assume such propor
Hone as to compel Congreen to give us
absolute and unconditional prohibition
00 every inch of American olL -J-lgc
KOT1CK I. hSy v tht the County (..rl of 'nilamw OMHly. Ore.
ioni.r tht nil nty .m. hjs. -r U, I . .
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To WIhhu Urawn,
J. M. IWkwnna
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aa ptwi tborsof wHI be rfu.
Re Order of the County Court.
J C HiU.liKS. ity Clerk.
M, K. Mlt.US, t)mly.
Will Celebrate the
ir tin- ih .1 ui pi' "i ti s j i i Ti)KmmmiK Ciiiiiity.
Big Dance in the Evening.
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T. H. G(
Dr. Jack Olson
frW Hir irim ) a m to S p. m.
Otrr F 2. Bcah Rral EjUIc Offltf
The average wurkman lUrn tu reel 01 (
Sunday so that he can go to cnureh
But he vvrj soldom think how harti
01 wife works on that day. matt than
any other, lie like thi real, mo why
net trie her the same kind of p)eur,
let her br f re fron lb ear and Uoublw
f cvokins Sunday Uioeer. and Ukc
her and the remainder of Uk family
n to Tillamook's lend In eating
bill and enoy the rocuforU of bam,
a -fay from borne. Dinner served from
U . M. m P. M.
l.ooa ftrr tb aien K A T.
2nd Aonu, lSit lfcr t TilUmwk
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COMPl.tiTt: .Sl:T 0I: ABSTRACT.
Office 2n:.,-20, Tilla motile
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A striking illustration of the meth
ods of the liquor tralHc occurod last
week in the llichigan legislature. A
concurrent resolution asking for an
amendment to the Federal constitution
providing for prohibition of the liquor
traffic had passed both houses, but the
lenator who had championed the meas
ure having left the chamber for a half
hour, the lirjuor peoplu tixik advantage
of his absence and on reconsideration
of the resolution succeeded in having
it sent back to the committee, where
it is feared it has been buried.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparation at hand
during the hot weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy Is worth many
times its cost when needed and Is al
most certain to be needed before the
, summer is over. It has no superior
above mentioned doings, have been ob-1 for the purposes for which It 1h Intend-
Ulned through the co-operation and Jed. Buy it now for sale by all dealers.
Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Blncc the old-fashioned theory of cur
Jni; iczoma through the IjIooiI baa been
given up hy vcleiitlvtH. many different
calves have been tried for skin disease.
But it has been found that these valves
only clot; the pores and cannot penetrate
to tbe Inner tliln below the epidermis
where the eczema (rerniK ore lodged.
This th Mimllty of penetratlnr
probably explains tlio tremendous huc
cesa of flie well known ll'iuld eczema
remedy, oil of wlntersreen, thymol. Kly
cerlne, etc., at) compounded In D U.l),
We have uold other remedies Xor skin
trouhles but none that we can recom
mend ua hlKhly as this for we know that
D.JJ.D. stops the Itch at once. We Just
want you to give D.D.D, a trial. That will
be enough to prove it.
SrcSur"e .8l.1. other druciflBts hav.
D.D.D. Prescription go to them It you
can't come to uh but don't accept semu
blir profit substitute.
Tint i f vnil ffmt f Asst. aft . -
no ceitaln of what D.D.D. will do' for you
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HM.fc r c uitci vim u tun MJK. uoiua on
thlH Kiiarantee: If you do not find that
It fftWeM uwmv thA Itrh AT OVPIP j
coats you not OSStCt
l.AMAK'ti IIHUC. HTOKI!.
Wisconsin has paast a law prohibit
ing the granting of licenses for the
sale of liquor within a distance of one
mile from any state park, or within
two and one-hAlf miles of the Wiscon
sin Veterans' home.
f:i)0N'T SPOIL A GOOD HORSE
by keeping him In shabby old Harness,
we are selling Harness made of the
best stock at prices that ought to
A WELL MADE HARNESS;
will not only Improve the iippeiiranco
of your horse, but contribute to your
safety as well. Many a runaway could
be avoided if the old Harness had been
discarded in time,
W. A. WILLUMS,
Tillamook - - Oreoort
Dr. L. E. Hewitt
Bell Phono llJ W
Temporary Res. : A, C. Everson house.
THE MANUFACTURING CITY ON
The Nehaletn Harbor Co.
will make special inducements to
men with families who will lo
cate in WHEELER.
l!iBl'iLiL!i'sl(k:c,t;s business huildinKM can
lie seemed aWcasoiutJlc prices mid on easy terms.
INVESTIGATE OUR PROPOSITION
The Nehalem Habo
f. a. jackson, secret, ry Wheeler, Oregon
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