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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1913)
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Issued Cu'Jcc a lltccU
l. nn ..,!. ihf net of Mar. h 8. 1S71'
I'Srnsv'R'rrti'v 51 M f v: w in apwnci.
ii Ho U TilUmvk,
T-ft l-.-rtion. per tin
K ! -.'. .inert itortion. Hi
Kaer auiw.pjenl inortuw, lino
RwMutiona of omtoteiw jnd
Lcdjre not tow. fwr liw t
Buatnm A Pnfra!ial card, mo. 1.00
Display AdvrltHm, por inch .3fi
ALL Displnv Ada mutt I in thi of
fice o i M4y and Thursday More
irc t- inaur ruMi?thn in follow -Ha
Tueaday and Friday iue.
Rcwont! ro miprnUva.
M. ft, 1 I I
v'tAiM.:il. . .-mi N'f'Sl ,i &f".-
SidewSksibbrs, FomulaHjii, ChimMjS,
Building Blocks, Septic Tanks. Etc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CALL MUTUAL TKL. AT VAIUI U Wilt. OR IJliK.MAN
SANDHKS' KliMPFN. K
TTKSIUY. JfLY i:. 10K5.
The t.t t '! oWw frwn eiffh- frank tatenent to our city authorities
teen factories in l'ill.mook ooUlUY. for ; to ti umntitfiualetl C mlitio-is of
m rt'' if .tu" wd tW.K Thi m'omo'I otIwpupnI 8 TVlinVnti"i r
ceruialy tin record. lrwi "i of ff eont-net mthcr thmi
. to have devilled Mntt-mix. presumsb
. . . I y, to conceal defect nd .tuNtitutetl
The noidjtr boys hare eonie a fot tjj bitulithic iavrment thev were
and natuallj the town eeu rather , ot,tj?r n(wt , in tW, eil; ;
quiet this week e have never seen . Th Warre- r t-u -..m t." .ltd n -t !
a finer lot f me an where, tftan are j,,, t, enler M , contract to I
mo ix'ys oi me inira nepmeni. v . n iinprovementa In Iht little citv
G. They are cerUu.lv a clean cut . WTtl,tlnt SS25.0OO. in ome inin
manly iot of fe.h. Our onxiate ex-1 ,nT,vir(r y. f tni. ,Vidoxv
IHTienced very little trouble frv m the ! onf..rtM-iit3. trampling und. r f -t
soldier., as they displayed vry little thf,r .,-.,-,. rt-m...,. tr.m,-,-..
therefore the whimnr." ihev
it ha been uweted that a eompanv m ke hal th (il, lH, ,hv
Ik' formed t Tillamook. This mM ; cun ur.ler the cireutttanc.. virtu
certamly oe a h;.e thinsr. ami we he-, ... tl..,,.. Ihj... K,.rt ....
certainly tw a h;.e thmif. ami we
lieve it cmW be dnn quit eaily
! ally admitting thai thev have -.ot June
as the ajrri'l t. lv thi jimtmrty own-
well onranitod miittarv c-unnany -oukl , er, h rff(.e, fur,h r ex
oe oi ot " - cite mue?ncnt ami ciUempt.
such a Funh of Julv celebration, i '
Peeoration Oav exrci and other i
doings. Ifourhov should urdertake
to oriTHni a company we are .ure;
they would recstve loyal upporl from
our fvjople. 1
After an all day session of the court
on baturaat, ii which the pavinc cae
until this morninc at nine o'clock
jrivinc the attorneys and others who
wished, time to vimi ttinr families and
rest before resuming their work tit the
trial th i week.
In the rreantime a 'iirvey has been
made of the pavenwni bv a committee
appointed by in- cituen. While the
sure uas i..o somewhat hasty.
some verv sUirtltne corxi'tuins were
On Julv 10, at hts ret.lani- in Ttlli
thus- -u.. ... .
, friend have ohnwrveo for a number
1 of veara and the id gentlemen m
. to enjuv ech uoeedtiiK one with u i-
I EitiiKiMlinir lo t)retfn in lS.Vi ne ha
. seen much of pioneer life ni.i t e t.-ifl-j
hli inchlxi-t tru r-to. He e--j s re
' c.ii-ij ttni-i- un tile" ts him) iioea n in n
iJLroDl OI . L. Mr? ri0e..ce ll was
-TOMjoVered that the surface of the pnve-
' ipont iras breascini: through, ami it
sec.-r. f rt.1 i i 'n p-.ii i iw (
trul x-4 ,tlwj s a i.i s;r if 'i -tin i t
vftVj.piairlv seen that the sand and
aiTjLwtim and wuaned
wearing surface is beinir itrwi-
a'Aiiy until a
"u; even ard loose surface
rocr; jireserts' itself. Mr. Kin savs
ftfjat this pavement was kiid unaer the
fjKvr ff,'"!'!'e cirtufnlances. Th.b
JfJjSndilion of alTairs has been n t.-J r
'other parts uf the city. In The tr : e
-m tne street at J. 15. un 4 s .r
is a hpot where the sand
' toppinR has worn and was'.t I olf .i
viff . rou'1 uirven and . -e s'jffa
0r tbek that can be loos cj anu ta .
'-Sue ut with a pen krifi Th--rt a'
ohT evidences of this ct.f a t
I'm other parts of our ma sret ts a htrt
JJt.Ae pavement was laid t l ti i t
"It Seems to us that it w . j l.e r.-.
inai in tne extreme lo e ' pe. '
K'HN LtUAND MltMiHK.SON
AiiixV l Law Jdd NoUy Vvtilt
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LAW : AI.SPKACT.s " K I A I. I -1ST AT I;
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ALL GROCERS j
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I tic SmiK li Ice t Ihcryune ;
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E. N. CRUSON.
I'aiitltT attt 1 I'.iiht
AHorncy t Uw
(Mllre In Commrrrl.i u
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I lift "t'i till. .. .
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T. H. GOYfE
Alfwnr;.l ttw l?4
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Cement : Coal
Lime : Brick
LA M K - SC 1 1 R A I)E K COM FA N V
Docks and Warehouse Pront St. between 2d and 3d Ave. West
Coutt .totH T.iKcn
INtimalrs I'm ttiltnl.
All rtl'li I tUMI (IlltlT'l, '
H. T. BOHS,
C0MPl.l:Tl: StiT 0I: ABSTRACT
Otruv 1 :-'J t . Iilhitni'ft
Geo. P. Winslow
ATTuKNKY A1 lW
All IVik Uu4flUld.
I Opn Kvfnlrtt luxn
A. P I'l'KK. .
All Wov .
lit t MH.
J. ti. REEDY, D.V.
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THIRD REGIMENT BREAKS CAMP.
l'ntinued from First I'uKe.)
I t it jt; t"1
nay fur och a pavemt
presumably nave naruaiL' t f
.nine, tirst cias- Mtuiitbu pir ti. t
fs true, th Warren Co.-.str 'u
i Company oiler to keep the paveT.eit
pn lepair for ten year, but what jvc-i
Uhat amount to if the paveme- t j t
to pieces in nine rnof.ths from th t r.e
'the repairs cease? We are tolo ov th si
'who are in a position to knA' tra'
; bitulithic is supposed to last fur I At
'years, and we are sure our peuple we '
into this matter with the llndersta
ins; that the pavement would last rnurh
longer than ten years
Whatever may be the outcome of ti.f
present trial, iuiocornes more appar
ent every day that our people have
been "soakel" KO'Xi a;d plenty.
At the conclusion of the Saturday
session of Judt;e Campbell's Court,
wherein the case of the 70 nr more tax
payers of this city vs. the Warren Con
struction Co., is beinK tried, the fol
lowing experts had testified for tr.e
plaintiffs: F. E Pecs?, citv che'nist
for 3poka:e; Prof. Gordon V. Skelton
of the Agricultural College, Corvallis;
S. H. GralT. ch'.-rnist, Corvalli. ; r. 15. !
Wiltsc, member engineer department,
Seattl-; Prof. C. K Stail'ord. chemi-it,
Euger.e; W. L. Archarnbeau, ex-ollicial '
of the Warren Construction Co, ; Jacob
Aranz, contractor, Salem.
These witnesses represent the high
est type of experts in the northwest.
They are unanimous in their opinion
that the pavement laid in this city do"M
not comply with the specifications net
forth in the contract and that it in ,
seriously defective. On of the princi-1
pal delects pointed out by then is in
the sub base or earth foundation, the
same not having been properly corn
pressed and otherwise prepared to sup
port the pavement
Another very serious defect Is In the
wearing surface, a sand mixture or
sheet asphalt having evidently been
substituted for the hituhthle. Warren
Brothers, the patentees of bitulithic
pavement, are on record in the liter
ature published by them, as condemn
ing the very wearing surface they have
made use of in the Tillamook paving,
liy fallowing the evidence it is made
clear that thorough compression is the
most potent factor in the construction
of Standard Hitulithlc pavement and
this result cannot be obtained with a
defective subLuse. It Is contended by
of the experts that te soft,
has r.i -i i a.. I
et "f.e in th'.-
rj. t i, of f'jrts, bnr-
v r , lii.rses and
vn. d some of the fust-tati-,
a'.d at nrexent
htt juovfiient of a horse is away above
Muiiv nice and Useful presents were
givn hi'n. Tne navies of those pro
ent wt-re- Capt, Wm. I). Stillwell,
Mr. .nd irs. Joint.. Olson, Mr. and
Mrs Del. nar Perkina. Mr. m.i.ie C.
Quick, Mrs. Hh.xl v Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Oi is. Mr. and Mrs, M. C
Trowbridge and wjn, Mr. and Mrs.
Cruit Handall and daughter. Mr. and
.Irs. J. J. kupiand daughter. Mr. and
Mra. A. W I'hflp., Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert ' n.j ,nid children, Mr. and Mrs,
fieorev OkK and daughter, Mr. W. ,S.
Kandall and Mr. Fred Shaw.
A generous . chicken dinner was
(turved rtt midday and i. e cream and
After upending a joyous dav the
guests departed for their various
home wjtihing the host many happy
returns of the day.
Wrn, C. 0'Hara died ut the residence
of hit daughter, 231, Shaver St., Port
land, Juno2i. 191), He came to Oro
gon via. ihc Jstinnus of Panama. He
was born in County Sligo, Ireland in
1832. 'lis buaiuef!) kept him In Port.
1-nd u til 1883 Aden nu look up farm
ing in Netarts', Tillamook county. Ore,,
where he was postmaster for 2'i years.
He retur-ied' to Purtlaid four year4
ago and Hlnce-Jhat time has lived with
his daughter,' He leaves four daught
ers an-j twrt sons: drs, W. Johnson.
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iii ii. u4oii, .inn. a. .'I, .Tiurtin, I ,
S.il- m and a nn-niU-r of Co. M. of thnl
,n n-e He is cnief r(Mik of Unit corn
!..i:ii. an .'C ip.iti n he lenriuil Wljllet a
t.. i.titr f tiriii.i-i Mattery regulars at
' S,f ti go, duniK thi- Spanish-A mt ncn n
i t -ul .e Svrg. Bert 6 Lwi, al of
i M, s u fU-ruu of the Second New
l tk I fantry, and hn been in inc.
ni l.ti.i service 14 vouns.
, Mil v v-iiors have fieen in campl
I wi H.p ln were eating t'wir men In i
i r u ,i-kv i tn the wbc lesonie foivl, I v"T
u. i t kii,i, that una fvrved. (..Iin-kfit i
I .vim m rvi'l t.i most t-oinpaniu, Sunday '
, After ii al the nun clean and put
i i ii rne Wit. )
In r i k ti t i .t-1 year Co. 1), Corvnl-'
i e ,i . iii.te-d between (lie eurporal ,
i ' nr rtstieclive Kiituds in iiuthlul
a ce at drills, ritie pructici' and
in A i.'ii'inbera. On a iiinxilijuin of
I t,"fKI iuf'i si'oru in the game the thro
I if.u. . .J i.i is a ere less thit'i 1 00 apart,
I fne ru" v.;u a mlcr cup, won by the
!i(( i,i'i ui.'i- r -or(Hrni iiiiiHiri, now
first Rcrgi-.i-it. Col. Martin made thu
p-eser tali in.
to L. .Snlem, were minus thuir com
mnnicr, Capt. Schumacher, who was
nnirrli i last Saturday and spent his
t one moon in San Francisco while thu
men were in camp.
Bugler l'latz of K is the chief iihihi-
i.m ..f the regiment, dolling thu other
buglers, ( which there are two in each
Top SvtK. Hutchinson, he of the
mighty arm in the ball game, prom
ised his comrades a delicious lisli din
ner for Sunday, so Saturday he hied
himself li the Trunk Piver. If voti
remember the score they got in thuj
bull game well, He equalled ll.
LAND FOR SALE.
''ixt acre on Wilmin Hiver, a pari
of what i known n the Prt.r llrant
place, with or without ntok. I wnnt
ilOOO or more down nial will t;tvi
plenty of time for the batanea nl 0 pir
cent internal. S S. P. Hihmoii.
II elm, Ore.
I Last imue October '.
Service. T.ndity ntnl Krldiiy
iugs. Suntinya at 3 and u tn.
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tlrand Jury Takes up f'fjb' Care
tJni rranelaro. The lednrnl irind i
Jury In mnklii? its flral report lo l i.it-
rd States piutrlft Judge Vim Fleet j
ktverely criticised the prorldent nud i
the nttorupy-general for their treat- :
merit of Piatrlcl Attorney McNab.
Judge Van Flint rcf tired to accept the
report until them- crltlclitmH had been '
eliminated, so the Jury look the report ,
under advisement and the report will
presented In amended form.
Wenatchee Fruit Seized
New York Four thousnnd ImakHa
of cherrhfs iilpped hero from Wenat
chee, Wniih. were Helzed by the com
mlKHloncr o welshta mid measures,
who ehargoi that thoy were Hhort of
n quart by more than nine cubic cen
timeter, eaih. The discovery waa
Hindu whon ona of tho bitHke'tH wna ex
pored for sale after a hole hud baas
eaten In the fnlsfi bottom by a inouao.
most of the experts
Spongy character of our soil renders it
impossible 10 get tneuesireu compres- Mm. C. F. Grace, Wm. O'lliira. all of
sion and that u concrete base rather , Portland, and M. O'Mara of NetarU.
than u bituminous or crushed rock base The, funerul took place June 23, from
should have been used. It is said that St, Mary's Church, where reriuim high
the city engineer ho instructed thu rnass was held.
Mayor and Council and why his advice
whs disregarded is hard to understand. ,
That the Warren Construction corn- THOROUGHBRED PER-
nil'. Willi IVO l""K 'fv' iciiwu, i to
and engineers, could
If the preposterous theory j
na of exoerts
4 been deceived as to our noil Is not
CHER0N STALLION KING, j J
Tillamook, Ore. '
A beautiful gruy horse 1800 lbs.
advanced that they uld not over, will make the following seiiRon (
jy found Jt put before 100 feet) at Uawsoij , Bra; "Livery barn ut Tilla. '
' ad been laid, 'i, heir plain mook. , ,i
have forthwith made a
C. S. Briscoe.
"DROP IN AND
THE MAN UFA CI'U RING CITY ON
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uneuua ea iinnnrtnnitiA
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Field for Investment
For Details as to Investing in Wheeler,
The Nehalem Hatbot
P. A. JACKSON, Secretary Whe'elef, OfegOtt
ort(hi Olihi. 327 FalN.1
Tlllamnnk CMArm. fare F. R.