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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEKTUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Largest Circulation of Any Paper in "Tillamook County
Tillamook, Okkgo.v, Jrr.v 1, 191 a.
X$T KTCI5I VlvD The new Florhcim show, correct,
aniiiicr IrtstH. button or lace, velvet calf. tans and gun
octal l hunting "t'fl it h July decoration, Imnii.
Iriiiow maker fe i 2fe - Fttttlv-Fire cracker smv
BJjl)i(itk for the children. Store ojkmi cveninga until
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crs many ixemarttauit: vcicurouun
and Vacation Day Bargains
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Suits formerly Helling up tt $iS2.f0. Tn:i,w-.wi
$19.a5VoL-u,.s and YouK l.ad.es'neNV lndoted
Suits formerly selling up to $; .00.
rxr . ..... .t II ... H. fill.
for oui uresses schhik i v.- -"
M0.45 Kor Silk Dresses Selling to $-.00.
Nal Sale Bulgarian and Middy "'i; 4a
ev HedfordCord Dresses. Ta lored I no . Drc
m For Children's and Misses' Coats and Jackets,
. formerly selliiiL' up to $8.00. ...n;,.,. Iin to
1.4ft lfnr'.tvliHh Tub Dresses, originally selling up to
curor WAIST SALE 49c
House, dress and tailored styles, selling up to
!50; some slightly mussed.
SENSATIONAL SALE BEAUTIFUL WASn
fashionable new styles lor young Imlics and women,
rtlnr models heretolore selling up to W.uv.
kku jubrs.1, Slx""
Untiling buuti Jli,l . 4
Neglige Drew ad Tailored Hta t Abort -2
1 . ... .1. .... h.ntlid disnlnv
, b the bnleony section tma weeh, .
the new Hummer huts, clever conceptions direct irom
jc eastern Htvle creators.
Stction H.t., the new mma itjjflfafe
Will Have Fair.
NEWS FROM OUR
President Reads Second Mes
sage to Congress Urging
The Tlllnmook County Kulr Aiod.'
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tlon h flnnllv bein oroiirilzni and! " "lilnitlon. Th orc.ldont of the
laimehml urnlcr very favorablo clreum - cUtt,t1 Statu, went to coiiKrcm nealn
,ir in I'nn wnu wm .vtll. It ..." -
Into the kmjiIi part of tho county B4PaK'' r ' 1mlnlatrntlon. untln;? cur
Mr. Dun.tan whu wr-nt Into tha nnr .L Jrency lKtlallon boforo the cloo of
iwrt of tlie rinintv list week for ituck
ulerlitlbti wore quU nuccciuful, an4
Orfiatutioi Mrtbf at Court HeaW;
Wu Well AttcaJ.d, and Mack
Intrrett Wu Skawa.
MIjw prlal ;Ioti.
fa Tho throw prlncljml ohjecta of Uio
F,ftlniluIlrntIon rttvaaurn fire to prorldo
the oranUtlon otl"r rtftlUcountlnr. specified tyie of
Icoramorclnl ii.t-t, to clvo a hn.li for
properly nfoi;unriled clastic not
Uxk w aul-'
crilcI to Itiittira
At the mcetlntr of the alcckhoklera
which wai held at the court houe toft
Knturl.y aftcrrxxm it of by-lawa
were adotitetl which rr Riven below,
atxl the rouowlntr director, wet
cIccIm!" J. II, Dunttan from Kalrvlew,
Smith Klllott for lUy City, 1 M.
Krancr from Clovcnlale, 0. A. lommn
from the north end, and Will Spalding
The matter of the time for holding;
the fair wn (llcuel nomcwhal, but
wat finally left to the judgment of the
A meeting of the ditcctor wi held
on Monday, at which time the follow
ing ollleera wore elected ; 1'renldent J.
II. DuntUn; Vlce.rrc!dcnt, Will
SpaldlnK! Secretary, It. Y. Ulalock;
Trcaturcr, Ira Smith.
A committee on nrtsmium and prem
ium Hit wan alio appointed. Follow
ing la the committee: Cha. Kunte,
W. C. Klnw. Cba. Kay. tt. Y. Blalock,
A, G. Heal, ami W. S. Iluel.
The eli torn of the county have lurn
placed on the publicity commlltae.
Will StJaW n wai appointed to In
pto provide the machinery for (Joins a
foreicn banklne bunlncai.
Th meanure provide, for 12 federal
!T-crvi bnuka. In which .mtlonal bank.
and auch tat banka and truit com
pnnr. a. with will be ciockholdera.
In Sillllllnn In fh 17nrt OOrt rtflO nnllnnil
iVank note now exl.tln provl.lon la
made for not more than (500,000.000
Jn federal roicrre trcaaury notes, to
jbn ued solely In mnklnR advance
to the federal reerve bnnki. Tiieno
,banks. of couror. would do no bust-
ne with the nubile. deslInK only with
jthelr atockholdera and acccptlnx de-
poalla only from the united State.
Ultimate Rt.trve Syttcma.
! The bill propoaea "ultimately the e
.tAblUhmont of a re!-rve aystcm In
iwhlch country bank will hare IS per
cent of reaervrt (I. c IS per cent of
total demand HnbllltleM), uch IS per
cent to be held. 5 per cent In the
banks' vault., S per cent with the na
tional reaervo bank and 5 per cent,
'althcr nt home or with the reserve
bnnk. while reaerve and central re-
run y...it iihvvu '"-innfc wijie rfterve
rounda for the falrthla fall. t)or c.n. of ,i,.mnnd n.
By-Law of ike TUUaook Cecily
ARTICLE I. -Name.
Section 1. This Corporation shall
Ik: known an the Tillamook County
Section 1. The object of this corp
oration nhall l to opvrate, maintain,
manaue and conduct faini, carnivals,
ri.ihlilnii ii ml nfhr I'liti-riirUi-ii. for
cometion. pleasure, and mutual bene
fit : to uuy, lease, actjuire anu num
real and jwraonal property necctsary
in dm .tifrvis of Its undertaking, and
to enter Into uch legal obllifatlona as
the business Interest oi me corpora
tion may acquis, in accord with 1U art
icle of IncoriKtratlon.
Stock. , . ,
1 Th .iillal l(vk of till
eorporaUan ahall consist of Ono Thou
and Dollars, divided Into 1000 aharca
fully paid, oi n par vaiue oi who iui
lar cl : but the capital atock may be
Increased by -vote of the stockholders
whenever the Intercsta of the corpora
tion demand it, such Increase beliiR in
accord with the leKl requlreinonta of
Section 1. The principle office.
nlaco of business and exhibit on ahull
U In or near the town of Tillamook,
in Tillamook County, OroROn.
of this association ahull
consist of it board of directors, five in
number, to In elected by ballot at a
i.f Htnekho dera to bo held
....ii., ., u..nnii iIhv of tho fair.
at a place y i ma.T.. "i .
,.rnl,!i'nl oi me iminu.
-i i. ..ii i... hv lh snore-
: in .rh atockholder. at
least ten uuya iireviou. w ... v.-.
moetinR. Each shareholder ahall
....tithwi tn nun vote net share and
shall vote i"0gbv'lPr0My
r. 1 Vnnnrla miv occur
the Iward of director by realgnatlon
or by failure to qualify prcvioua w
Hbsonco from three consecutive reKU
lar meeting of the boanl without auffl-
c ent excuse, nuc i
be llHwl 1V lhtt wm nlny diraetora by
election from tho body of atockholdew.
Section 1. Special
Btockholdew may bo called at the dia
'ration of the directora for tho cons d
oration of rulea of v"?"1:,,'"'
crease or reduction of capitaliitttion.
cnmieo in articles of Incorporation, or
for nstructlona relative to any matter
In which tho board of directora feel
8ticUri.8,,&clal.neetln of the
Btocklioldora may and ahall be cnlled
by th president of tha board when
ever 20 per cont of tho stockholders in
i ...L.uuniim.iii t. auch wr i
te petition shall at-te ob loot of meet.
Inir and auch meeting ahull not be tie-
It is the aim of this bank to give
the best banking service possible
and we do it.
It is also our aim to have the
very best equipment such as
Modern Fire Proof Banking
Room, Fire Proof Vault. Bur
glar Proof Safe, Modern Safe
Deposit Boxes and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAILY CURRENT FILINGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
SyVdmore thanfram the date
of presentation of the petition, or. be.
I (Continued on Page 4)
per cent of demand liabilities."
Important Reduction by Committee.
Importnnt reductions In the Under
rood tariff bill rates on Iron, steel
and other metnl products, the addition
of cuttle, wheat, pig Iron. Angorn wool
and many other articles to tho free
list and nn Increase In rates on many
clas.es of cotton goods and some silk
product ware the chief toatures of
tho revised tariff bill as It wm laid
before senate Democrat by Chairman
Simmon, of the finance committee.
Prv.ldent Wllaon'a dealrea aa to fr
agar In 1918 and free wool at one
prevailed In tha redraft of the bill.
Liquor Bill la Proposed.
A constitutional amendment to pro
hibit th "aale, manufacture and Im
portatlon of distilled liquor containing
alcohol, except for mechanical, actentl-
flc and medicinal purpoaaa," wu pro
posed by Sanator Works.
The amendment would fellow three
years for adjustment or tne uquor
business before It becama effective.
Senntor Worka said he had become
convinced that the only way to deal
effectually with the big traffic waa to
prohibit the manufacture or Importa
tion of Intoxicating Uquora.
May Stop Franking PrlvlUfl.
Abuse of the franking privilege
through which the sugar trust recent
ly disseminated 116.000 of literature
nt public expense, la to be atoppad.
according to a bill Introduced Into
conr.reas by Senator Kanyon.
Kenyon proposes the entire aboli
tion of tho franking privilege for mem
bora of congross and other public of
ficials. He proposes a scheme through
which the postmaster shall Issue tree
Htnmps to the favored onaa and shall
keep close check on tha amounts uaed.
National Capital Bravltlaa.
The Indian approprlaUon bill carry
Ing Jll.000.000 for tha flacal year be
diming July 1, WIS, waa paaaea waa-
nesday In tha senate.
The prealdant and Mrs. Wilson will
celebrate their twenty-eighth wadding
anniversary on Tuesday.
Aa reorganlied by Secretary Frank
lin Lane, the department of the inter
ior In all lta relations to the great
west la a department wholly of weet
The senate yoted to acoept the Invi
tation of the commonwealth of Peaa
sylvanla to attend the semi-centennial
oeremonlee of the battle of Gettysburg.
.nA viP..PrKldeat Marshall will ap
point a oomtuUgN of nine to attend.
A bill to ooptrol lobbying In con
gress ,waa Introduced by Senator
Thompson of Kunsas. He divides lob
byists Into two classes, legislative
counsel ond legislative agents. De-
Firaisacsj by Pacific Abstract Co.
Nehalem Bay Land Co. to A. L.
White lot 2 blk 21, lot 21 blk 16 Necar
ncy City, $1.
A. L. White to Nehalem Bav Land
Co. lota 18 & 19 blk 16 Necarney City.
Kl.-D. MOmT to -WirfciT Mlrrdoc k A
large number of lots in Sand Laka by
the Sea, fl.
F. K. Bcals Si wf to Joseph Charland
lota 1, 2, 2, 4 blk 3 Ocean Park. $10.
George HiKgin & wf to W. E. Pahle
lot 9 blk 9 Occanview, $10.
Geo. D. & Lena Bcaty to Martin
Adamson tract 105 by 40 ft at Barview
Jamca W. Thompson to Addie Thomp
son lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 7, 8, 9. 10 blk 10
Tohl's addn to Nehalem City. $1 .
Loneda Inc. to James W. Thompson
lot 15 blk 15 Manzanila Beach, $350.
Patent. U. S. to Santa Fe R. R. Co
80 acres in Sec. 32 1 S 7 W.
Patent U. S. to Joseph Bixby 80
in Sec 31 3 S 9 W.
Patent, U. S. to Adelbert S. Lane,
80a in Sec 29 4 S 9 W.
t.t Cft nf Rale, fieri. T. Kilhm to
Tiliauiook County Bank, tract in Sec 9
l a a w, i ci-ai.
talied proTlalon la made tor their con
Tha aeaau ordered a aubpena Is
sued for Robert S. Lovett. cnairman
of the directorate of the Union Pacific
railroad, in order that he may bacome
.. . 1 . LI.
a wltnasB in an investigation oi ui
charge that lobbyists have sought to
secure employment from that com
pany on the ground that they would
be able to Influence a favorable settle
ment of the merger dissolution case.
The senate snina atrtke InTeatlga
tlon committee ha closed lta work
for the present at Charleston. W. Va..
and haa returned to Waahlngton,
where the taking of testimony will be
resumed within a few weeks.
i UNION TEMPERANCE MEET
ING AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
H. L. Sheldon, representative of the
Anti Saloon League of Oregon, paid
our city a visit this week, for the por
poae of transacting business in con
nection of the league. He was the
speaker of the evening at a union
temperance meeting which was held
at the Christian Church. There, was a j
gooi erowtl out and'ain Sheldon gave
a very good talk, after which a collec
tion was taken for the good of the
cause. Mr. Sheldon told of the good .
work that was being done in other
places against the saloon, and of the
bright prospects that were in store for
Oregon. However, he endeavored to
impress upon our minds the fact that
much hard'work must be done in Ore
gon before our state can be voted dry. ,
BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS.
The Fairview Birthday Club met at
Mrs. A. Marolf'a Wednesday June 2S,
1913, atone o'clock.
After the general order of business
consulting of roll call and electing a
president to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Mrs. Mapes, Mrs.
Bester being elected, it wsa decided to
elect the secretary at the samn time
and Mrs. J. H. Dunstan was elected.
Then a lovely lunch was aerved con
sisting of strawberries, ice-:ream, cake
Those present were Mesdames Max
well, Tinnerstett, Kunze, Holden, Hoa
ley, Abplanalp, Tilden. Naegli, Durrer
Bester, M. J. Dunstan, M. and F
Dunstan, and Mrs. Marolf and family.
Rev. S. L. Clark of Cloverdale ar
rived here Monday on his way to Port
and where he will attend the World's
Christian Citizenship Conference. Rev.
Kuhlman of this city left for the con
ference Monday and Rev. MacKenxle
left on Sunday. Rev. MacKenxle is
one of the .state committeemen who
hsvc the convention in charge.
On Your Own Account
have you any money In the bankT A part of your earnings ought
to be placed there, anyway. Everybody can affcrd to save some
thing, however little. Have a bank account of your own and you
will feel happier, better, more independent. Make your little
money earn more, and so btw bigger. Better than hoarding : i
where flro or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is a receipt
and an evidence of your wlso economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
MOCK, m t '