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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1913)
Cbc Cillamook Gerald
C. 6. Cromblcy, editor
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Entered n so-on i-elass nutter Mav 17, U10. nt the pot alike- t Tillamook.
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.71. Reasons are 'imperative.
FRIDAY, VLY 2o, un:.
Macadamised rwtd of Multnomah
county are t be prirtected from aut
oists wh drive at exew-wve swed.
A trotorcyele officer hag been appoint
ed to slop this practice. The mjtur
cycle oIKeer is to receive $75 bit
month. Tillamook county should be
interested in this phae of the g.od
roads question ani something shouki
bo done to slop speeding on our road
way. While possibly we coukl not
now ntlord to cay a -.poem I olficer $75
per month to look sfter the speeder ,
it is only a istion of time when we
will hnre to make n move aktng this
line, rbere is no qneuion but what
reckless ant j-mhils driving do the
roads a great eal f harm ami it should
SAVING AND CARING FOR
The premium list and program for
Tillumaok Cjuitv's Srst :innul Fair
is in the hands of the pri iter and will
shortly be resdy for distribution over
the couity. Tie Fair which will be
helJ Ssptem.'r 3, I aid 5th. promises
to be a huTniisr. Taj having the
management of things are leaving noth .
ing unJine that may help to make a
success of the 'air. The committee
from the Fjirview Grange composed
of Morrison Mill. Wm. Maxwell and
Marion Chtncc, and the committee
from the Tillamook Commercial Club
l.ognnberry growers who have very
limited markets .uvd thoce whoie cn'ps
are in danger from continuous
wet weather, will be interested in
methods of preserving and storing
as outliund by lrofessor C. I. Lewis,
head of the division of Horticulture at
tSe Oregon Agricultural College. Pro
fessor Lewis thinks that most ot this
year's crop will be evaporated, and
therein lies a great danger. If the
product is carnmeled ami charred as
has happened in the past, it is hard
and tmpalutuble and will cauu a dis
like for dried loganberries, thus
limiting the future demand. It ir
just as necessary, he tells us, to se
lect the fruit carefully for evaporat
ing as it is to be careful in drying.
Unripe berries shouki In; thrown out
ami only gixxl fruit used. The berries
shouki then be graded, not on siic as
in prunes, but on quality. 1
As to home ami local use the pro-
i fes'r says : " e shouHl try to in
j crease the home consumption of the
j loganberry by calling attention to its
I possibilities. Either canned or evap
' orated it is good for pies ami sauces.
Its jelly is hard to beat. Kiual parts
(of loganberry juice and apple juice
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BEACHES
"Nature's Playground," as these U'wchos have been railed,
are now open for summer visitors New hotd. with all
modern conveniences, cosy cottages, camilng rrtind ami
Double Daily Train Service
U-aving Portland dally A. M.
dally except Sunday ... 1.1W P. M.
BEACHES REACHED IN 5 HOURS
Husiness men can leave Saturday afternoon nml arrive bench
IKilnts in time for dinner. iid the vvenlng and Sunday
with th family and return to Portlat-d Sunday night with
out loss of time from liuswc
ROUND TRIP FARES FROM PORTLAND
Srmoo Ticket on ! diljf . . . $-1.00
Week End (for return MumLy) . . J.UK)
Corripundiii( tow farrt from oilier innl
Oall tor our brand new loldnr "TILLAMOOK OOUNi Y
('Met rw full lhfMlUt frm IF 5 I (
City Ticket Office
SO Sixth St., Cor. Oak
John M. Sccitt,
Civncral ras-icnor Acut
IV) I SUNSET I
I lOCOtSCVOUTAl I
l-OK SAI.IJ AT
littikl ft m m , -
Atlorney t Uw
Mil..- i . .
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I M- M I It IiVIilmJ
Pioneer Transfer Co.1
;. I.. 1UCK U S.)N,
I he Smite I'rlie t I'.setyiinc
E. N. CRUSON.
T. H. COYNE
U. S, lomraiMUrstf
OR. ELMCH D Allm
I'.iitUrl l'l Paper HIK"' ,ll l.ocalcJ in Ihr Comawftil
Citi tnictH Taki-ll Succcrdwi Ur I'. J, Jl-j
I- t. ul,.l i
l V.W (iuit(liltiTl,
Tillumoolt, Or.1 Imn'tamiJ
composed of C. I Clough, Will Spald
ingandlra Smith, which committees I mixeil and boiled down the following
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naa cnarge oi me organizaiton wor,
LAND FOR SALE.
lt acres 1J miles from Tillamook.
Will run nine cows. Knqulre at Her
CHERON STALLION KING.
A beautiful gmv horse 1WX) lbs. or
over, will mnUe the following season
at Dawson Hri.s. Livery barn nt Tilla
C. S. Ilrircee.
done their work well, and since the or
ganization wa formally consumated
everything has been moving along
without a hitch. Eeryone should give
the officials of the fair association
every aid nnd encouragement possible.
A good live fair far Tillamook County
will be a fine thing awl mean much to
the county, and for that reason we
should all pull together to make it a
The Best .Medicine in The World. I
"My little i irl had dysentery veryj
bad. 1 thought she would die. Cham- '
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea '
Remedy cured her, and 1 can truthfully i
say that I think it is the best medicine,
in the world," writes Mrs. William
The present activities on the part of
the Ports of Tillamook and N'ehalem
are creating more or less interest in the
affiirs of the Pjrt of Tillamook.
There seems to be a growing senti
ment favoraLle to the enlarging of our
port. Ma.iy of our farmer friends tell
us that they woul j not be averse tn
joining our port if they were assured
inai no more tnan a reasonable tax
would be levied and that no bonds
woald be issued. Nox the fact of the
matter is: The charter of the Port of
Tillamook provides that bonds shall
not be issued and that the assessment
urxm taxable nroDertv can not nrpiii I gathered
two mills. This fact should overcome ! luent' li'ven though berries br
n :..r u- .u r . ;cume mouldy, there is no need to
all prejudices whicn the farmers have throw them a ay. Mould iB merely
against entering our port. With the a vegetable growth as fuly as let
aid of the farmers of this locality we ' tuCl- ancl unless the berry is decaying,
can vote into our port a large body of ! il wi" ,8t'11 m,'ike' eventfiough rnouldy,
. . . . , ' , , Kcod product in either juices or
timber lying back of us and thm in- je"."
elude enoug.'i property to assure us ; Professor Lewis proved his point by
plenty of funds with which to make ! handling a sample of juice to seveml
nprnorvkhnrUnr,,.. ,.,!, Ti 1 1 . i persons, which was pronounced excel
winter are said to make excellent
jelly of fine flavor and consist icy.
The juice should be used more largely
by confectioners and ' housewives.
Generally where a family puts up one
crate of it this year they will put up
four or five crates of it the following
A 1 I iu 3 CIO St 1.1 u. .i f Kr.ili-
- i . . , i i Orvia, CUrv. M ch. For vmIcs by
... , , I dealers,
easily as follows: Place the ber
ries in a dish with just enough water
to cover the bottom of the dish to
keep the berries from burning. Heat
the berries, stirring occasionally with
a wooden spoon ur paddle but do not
let thern boil. Take from the stove,
strain through jelly bag, mix juice
with one-third its measure of sugar,
return to the stove, and again heat to
boiling point only. Seal at once in
fruit jars or bottles. For drinking, this
syrup should be diluted with four or
five times its measure of water. It is
a splendid beverage to take witn meals
and the children find it a great treat.
The time will probably come when en
tire train loads of berries will be
grown solely for juice purposes.
rlnf u.'hn mtna nrt fr... I
J. Wm. Edwall
FIRST CLASS WORK
Cleaning and Pressing
On 2nd Ave. Opposite Ed't Garage
H. T. I30TTS,
COMPLETE SET OE ABSTRACT
Ollicc 2i:.' 'JUI, I illaimnil.
Tillamook. - Hit-
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J. If. KEEDY, D. V
Geo. P. Winslow
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NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that J. H,
Kobinon. ndmlnitrntor of the estate
of D.inii-I Hall, deceased, has filed in
the county court of the Stut of Ore
gon for Tillamook County, his final
account in the said estate and thst
the matter hai been set for hraring
by t ie said court for August 16. 1113,
nt the hour of 10:00 a.m. All persons
having nny objections to the suid ac
count, and nil persons interested in
any way in the said estate, nre hereby
notified to appear on or before the
time stated and make known their ob
jections and claims.
J. 1) KOHINSON,
SNOW & M 'CAM ANI', ,
Attorneys for Administrator.
I Causes of Stoisich Troubles.
Sedentary ha'iltn, Inek of out door
' exurriie, insufficient mnittcntlon of
I foud, ronttpation, n torpid livrr. worry
and ninlrty, overeating, partaking f
fo nnd tlrink not siiitnl to your are
and occupnlioit. Correct your hnblti
j and tske Clmmberlain's Talitxti nni
I you will mm Ik; well ngsln. Fur sale
; by nil dealers.
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Dr. Jack Ohsol
Orti(-e IIour I rum ") ta, uttl
Over F R. Bealt' Real Dual
H. V III NKl I! Kft
Four Doors Wct ot Pila
Fun. f at Dlr.tlof arMltJontaJI
ladr Assistant When IW
l..n n.. ...r... i i ,u..
a..,u. ,Uy ,3 SI; 10Caten, Deing wie ; was ma(c. frot mouldy berries.
terminus oi every important wagon
road of the county, as to be te nat
ural distributing point for a large area
of county and for that reason it will
.be to the advantage of every locality
co itributary to this city to boost for
deeper water to this point.
DEATH OF MRS.
MANY INDICTED FOR
Charleston, W. Va President White
and 18 other officials of the United
I Mine Workers of America, were Jndlct-
Alice Sanders was born at Lafaette. ! th wal court here or, a
VamMIl r,. n... ...... ,o, iuarmi m woiauni; me anerman arm
.,aj aiai, ion,
and diod at her home at Beaver, July i ' ,'
oi iai , u u,m :' .fi warpircd
u.v.. .. mr.uiv o iiiiiuaa. rill
medical aid and kind nursing nossible
was given, but God seen fit to take
She was married to David Honda in
1890. To this union were born two
children, Anna and Lawrence. July
It Is ulk'gr-U the defendants
with the coal operators of
wfebtern Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana
and Illinois to raise wages In the West
Virginia coal fields o as to prevent Its
competition with the other four states
In the western market.
The Indictments charged that the 19
mn ..fill I ...l.t. fftI...J m.l
7 lona uVk. .. ,,;.., i . i . i mi.u wim iiiu unueu jviine
,. nv wuniiei in marriage Uiwnrk.-
West nir;;lnlt, and within the
jurisdiction of the federal district
court, engage In a combination and
Notice, is hereby given that the
County Court of Tillamook County,
i n ...Ml : il i t
jl . -"-K"ii, win receive neaieu oios, rur
me clearing o: me right-o.-wny, grad
ing and excavating, and building all
necessary bridges and trestles, of a
wagon road, running from the Fast
line of Garibaldi, at Sta: I x 10 U Sta:
G x 30 near the East Garibaldi rock
quarry, on the J. M. Ilarrinori County I
road, according to.plans and specifica
tions on file in the office of thu County j
Clerk of Tillamook County. Oregon.
Contract to be completed on or before
Sept. C, 1913.
A certified check equal to 5 per cent !
of the nmount of the hid, must accom
pany each bid a a guarantee that the !
bidder will execute a bond for the'
completion of the contract if awarded
All bids to be filed in the office of
the County Clerk of Tillamook County.
Oregon, on or before 10 o'clock a.m.
Tuesday the 20th day of July, A. D. !
rutin.-!- niuiiamun. rour years ago'
,u.. t?..:.. i n..i . . ; count
ihc jumiuu niu uniicu lireiuren uriurcn ,
at Heaver, and was baptised by Presld-t
ielves-ThusbanT, t,o chi dron, "taf"'"
aged mother and brothers. 1 1 Je ""J "n " -vral
U,.....- !.., I... i.... r. Binrieu
viiw iivaici viiuicii, ujf ivev, Lora i
Young: from II. Peter 3:11. Inter-
THE MANUFACTURING CITY ON
Field for Investment
mKiit in Heaver Cemetery.
A Good Investment.
W. I). .Magli, a well known merchant
of Whitemound, Wis., bought a stock
of Chamberlain's medicine so us to ne
able to supply them to his customers.
After receiving them he wub himself
taKen sick und says that one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and piarrhoca Remedy was worth more
to him than the cost of his entire stock
of these medicines, For sale by all
September 1, 1912, and con
It Is charged that the Indicted mas
have been agents and members of "an
unincorporated voluntary organization
of Individuals as a labor Union known
as the United Mlneworkers of Ameri
ca, having many thousands of mem
bers, who conspired, by regulating
wages, to control the price at which
the coal mined In the state of West
Virginia could compete with coal min
ed In Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and
The County Court reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Uy order of the County Court.
J. C. HOLDKN,
The average workman likes to rest on
Sunday so that he can go to church,
out he very seldom thinks how hard
his wife works on that day, mor than
any other. He likes the rest, so why
not give her the sarno kind of pleasure.
iei ner oe free rro.m thecaro and trouble
of cooking .Sunday Dinner, and take
Her and the remainder of the family
down to Tillamook's leading eating
house and enjoy the comforts of home,
HA M 8 P'M 1i""t'r 'r0ni
Look for the sign K A T.
2nd Avenue, Next Door to Tillamook
Details as to Investing in Wheeler,
The Nehalem Habo
F. A. JACKSON,
.SemUry Wheeler, Oregon
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