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Cbe Cillamook Rcrald
C. 6. Cromblcy, editor
l$$ucd Cwlcc J Week Cucsdav and Friday
Kntonxl scond-clns mutter Msiv 17, U10. at the pol office at Tillamook,
Orcgvn, under the act of March 3, 1S?.."
SlUICRU'TION $1.50 A VUAK IN ADVVNOK
First Insertion, por line $ .10
Each suhjwqtwnt Inwrtlon, lin .(
Homestead Nolle - MW
Timber Claims ... 10 00
Notices, per line ... .06
Curd-' f thanks, iwr lioo - .06
Local. -M3f luie, first insertion .1
tach uhtHUent insertion, line .05
It evolutions of omlolonoo and
lcsige notice, per line 05
Bttin & Professional oanls.tno. t.'""1
Diaplay Advrtement, per inch .'Jf
A l.t. Pistilav Ad must be in this of
tier ' Momlav ami Thursday Morn
in to inaurv publication in folio
in Tudny ami Friday issue
Reason are Imperative.
How You Can Visit the
Pacific Panama International
Open 1 Al Closes
Feb. 20 I V 1 D Dec. 9
DOLLAR BY DOLLAR
Writ or Call fur ltttotnitlii
E. J. CLAUSSEN, :: Tillamook, Oregon
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M.iritf. Kr Sutioaol Tillamook Oty Or
Ti'KsnAV. h'lv ), HUH.
The tboticht come to u a we con
template the ruinous fire that Sheridan
ha. just been smitten with, how would
Tillamook City fare t fire pot any
real headway here? For some time we
have been fortunate in discovering
fire.-' before they cot much of a start
and have been able through the aid of
our splendeti fire department to keep
fires from creating damace to speak of.
However, the time is coming when we
will have a real fire ami the thing
which we should now consider is. will
we be in shape to cope with it? We
have enough water pressor- to supply
four streamer with telling effect, but
should we need mare that four stream,
we mignt find ourselves belplea-'.
Should a tire pet a good srtirt in the
concerted district of our city after n
dry spell in th summer time, we
would need a large amount of water to
put it out and it is this contingency
that we should be ready for. A pump
vention. Intervention is fraught with
to" jeritrtis conseijuenecs to be thought
j of ovefpt as a but report. As to nv
; offnition. President Wilson has host
tated to thus seem to approve of the
, assassination of Madcro, and also bo
j eau-e recognition u-as sought for the
j purpose of eubling iiurvta to obtain a
I foreign loan, and to further specula-
tive schemes. Most other govern
ments, bovever, have recognized the
I Hureta administration ; and it would
j seem to be the easiest way out for the
, United States; although it is doubtful '
i whether it will help mucn toward the
restoration of order in Mexico. Mean-;
j while American as well as other for-
j eign interests have suffered greatly, i
' Minister Wilson, without any standing
officially, has been unable to exert
much influence. Lat week President .
' Wilson, convinced that the unpleasant
' duty of facing the issue and deciding
' on some definite policy could no longer
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placed adjacent to one of our power be evaded, directed secretary of State
plants to be used in case of necessity ! Bryan to summon Minister Vtlon to a
would be a tine thin? and would furn-1 conference in Washington, to see if a
ish additional watr from the slough j solution of the problem cannot be
with which to fi a tire in case our ! reached. The Uniten States certainly
present gravity system did not furnish j placed in a delicate and embarassing
enough water. A cool way to fight tire : position. The governments of F.urope
is to prepare for it and now is the time I have reason to insist that as a corollary
to consider these matters. Let us not j to the Monroe doctrine -"Hands oir
wait until it is too late. Let Sheri-! frn this western hemisphere!"
DEFORE you btiy n big panic rifle, by nil menna
-) nslc your dealer to .show you the Remington
1 hey arc five-shot repeaters operated by the
recoil. Always n shot ready for the emergency, for
the cripple, for the deer that is getting away, or the
charging beast that promises to be troublesome if
you don't get him quick.
The Remington Autoloading Rifles nnd Shot
Runs nre the latest achievement in ninety-six
years of producing fine fuenrma.
dan's disaster be a lesson to us.
The investigation of Col. Mulhalls's
allecations retrardini; the operations of
the National Association of Manufac-i
turers in the field of congressional leg-1
islation, are being told in detail before)
the senate investigating committee, j
After he is through there, the house
committee are waiting to pump him
further. All in all, it fs certainly a
remarkable story. Mulhall affirms the
organization referred to deliberately .
planned, and worked its plans, to be
the controlling factor in campaigns for
congress, to defeat legislation in Wash-,
ington its members did not approve, to '
gel tne ears ot men who were running
presidential booms and to lani a mem
ber of the association in the cabinet of
a president. And much more of the
same sort. One day last week Mulhall
swore to the authenticity of nearly 400
letters which told of these plans and
brought in the names of such men as
former Presidents Kooi-evelt and Taft,
the late Vice-President Sherman,
former Speaker Cannon, former Sen
ators Aldrich, Hemenway, Foraker and
others, Arthur I. Vorys, Ohio manager
of the Taft campaign of 1903, and
Frank H. Hithcock, one time chairman
of the Republican national committee
and postmaster-general in Mr. Tart's i
cabinet. Mulhull testified too, that'
the National Council for Industrial Do-.
fense, an organization allied to the Na-1
tional Association of Manufacturers, 1
had raised between JVXJ.OOO and 700,
000 a year to be used in opposing leg-'
islation its members did not like. To
offset these charges, the general man
ager of the Manufacturers' Associa
tion, J. P. Bird, has taken to Washing
ton half a car load of books and papers
to disprove the Mulhall story. It is to
be hoped that the probe will be
thorough and lay bare the whole truth.
All good men, too, will hope that the
serious charges which involve the
Manufacturers' Association and ho
many public men, will be disproved,
and the fair name of all concerned vindicated.
the United States shall see that th
legitimate interests of other countries
on this continent are safeguarded.
Railroad Show to
Oklahoma Ranch Wild West Show
Will be Here Tueiday. August 5th.
Will Show at P. R. & N.
The Mexican situation has been put
up to the government of the United
States in a very acute form during the
past few days. The state of anarchy
which practically exists in that un
happy country has become intolerable
io European governments whoso citi
zens have largo interests there. Last
week the diplomatic corps in Mexico
united In declaring that the attitude of
the United States was a contributory
cause of the increasing disorder. At
The coming of tie Oklahoma Ranch
Wild West Show to Tillamook will be
signalized by what is described as the
novel and euVctively-picturesque free
street parade ever seen in this city.
According to those who have seen the
street pageant otfered to the public by
the management of the Oklahoma Wild
West, the display is entirely different
from that presented by other Wild,
j West shows, because, while strictly
1 representative of the West "and of life
on the ranch, it does net exhaust the
, possibilities of the show itself. Too 1
i ofton, even when the street parade is 1
I mediocre in character, it leaves noth
1 ing for the performance itself to olfer.
The parade given by the Oklahoma
Ranch Wild West is, it is declared, a
complete and separate exhibition in It
self. Although it is a free offering
to the public, it ha3 characteristics
that entirely differentiate it from the
displays given by simular exhibitions,
and at the same time it anticipates the
wonders of the sho- in the big arena
without duplicating thern.
The parade, it is announced, is fully
a mile in length. Great floaU and
tableau-cars, with beautifully-grouped i
figures, illustrate the story of the Win-'
ning of the West the struggles of the
pioneers, the battles of the border, the j
warfare, with the wild Indians of the
nlains. Old Mexico is brought into
visible evidence by wild bulls and in- ,
trepid bull fighters. Cowboy land has
its champions in scores of expert cow
boys and cowgirls. The old days of
the overland mail are seen again In the
delapidated stage coach and its long
haired driver. Indian lore is revived
by picturesque blanket-wearing and
feather-desorated Indian hraves, with
their squaws and pappoosea. A semi
Oriental touch of color is given to the
line by a company of pony-riding Cos
sacks. With all this there are ten kinds of
music to enliven the air and to stir the
blood of thu eager crowds that always
line the route of the Oklahoma Ranch
Pf N'T SPOIL A GOOD W I SK
by keeping him In shabby old Harness.
We arc selling Harness made of the
best stock at prices that ought to
A WELL MADH HARNESS
will not 'jnly improve the appearance
of your horse, but contribute to your
saiety as well. .Many a runaway could
be avoided if the old Harness had been
discarded in time.
W. A. WILLIAMS,
Tillamook - - Orcnon
A Good Invettment.
W. I). Mngll, a vtl known merchant
of Whltemound, Wis., bought n t""i
of I'hiimberlnln's medicine no tin to bo
able to supply them to hl customer.
After receiving them ho wan himself
taken sick ami says that one small
little of Cl.atnberlnin's (, olie, Cholera
ntM Diarrhoea Remedy wn worth more
to him than th- "ot of hi entire stock
of these medicines. For sale by all
Notice ot lierlllV Snlc nl Hcul
Nutlee in hetoby given. Hint by vlrUin
of an Heeutlim wild Unlur f Hale (
sued out f the Circuit Court of the
State of OrH"it, for the eotiuly of
TlUnim-ok, dated the iMtli day of June,
lULt. upon judgment " decree ten
.leted m ild court on Hie Ullh day of
April. ULt, I" U"' '',"", "htueln M. W,
nod Kloyil A. Mwaii. CO part
ner, delm; IhuIii! umte-r the firm
tinine ami tyU of riiiipii ami Swwii,
were jdaintitr. ami Alton II. W.ot
ami Laura L Wllwn. IhuImihI -imI
wife, Samuel l.ellaek, William IVltu.
or, ami Juah i:. Ullllain, wore tl
feit.lant, aamt ld dfmll ami
(nvi.r ..f aahl plalBtllt. to iatufy.
the mid judgment ami dere. amnuM
me to the aum of lrmr 1lMuml 9i
H i. dretl and Ptfly woo t"llar. with
inlrrt thrro frWH the Uml day of
IVbruary. 1912. at the rate of U r
rent per annum. Uw further mn if
Two llUivlred IWIUf Attorney' fr,
and the roal of td null ami the rt
ami epore of all xeoUoii, I will,
on Saturday, the twl day of AuMt.
Wirt, at 10 o'eloeV a. in., of ad d)r.
t the freot door of the eounty court
h. .ur, in I ilmmooV City, Oregon, aoll
at Culille auction to tho tllKht Wdilr
f.r -h in hand, all of tlx right. Utle
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lan II WIUn ami Ultra U WiUoti,
biibaml ami tfe, bad U the oeeu
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either of then. haKe olnew neqtllrrd. In
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quarter of nee I loo A, In townahtp , j
Muth of ramje JO m, WllUnmttol
Meridian, ao ami eeopUi; thoro
from the land heretofore rortYcTrd t
S-h'l lhtriet No. 7 by Instrument to
lordrtl in 1UK "V" jse2l3, dwil fee
nrdaof Tlllnvi County, f)r(jon.
Alo. beitlnnlnK at a int on the IL
S. Meamler line at the autheal eof
ner of lot i'i of txtioo In townhlti t
ollth. rnnije 10 wmt of Willamette
Meridian, ami running thenee N t()J
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chains, thence .M. &l H 17.S) ehaln ;
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CARD OK THAN 111
We wlh to thank
rchllvei for the k
durtntf the IcVd.v..
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FOR SAI.K OR 1.EA5L
A fil-xl live rrlUr t I 8
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chain . thonee S 21 ' K. SC) chain,! A Injaullfol umv fx r.e lt) It
thence S :i W K.2! chain, thence S i Vcf. wl make the f t
at Dow.-in llfw, Liter. Ufl
. .. . ' ' . ' m.wk.
cnain . uiei't-e M ,i k I elmliu.j t f'jt
FOR SALE AT
J. Wm. Edwall
FIRST CLASS WORK
Cleaning and Pressing
On 2nd Ave. Opposite Ed's Garage
least one European government asked 1 Wild West parade. The
the United States to indicate what It' leave the show grounds.
intended to do, and a cablegram
about 10:30, I
de-, and will cover tho principal downtown
dared that if the United States did streets. This will be followed by the'
not Interfere for the protection of for- Initial performance In the big arena at I
eign residents In Mexico, European na- '5J o'clock. This will be novel and com- j
tlons would. All these developments' plete in every way, and will embrace,
maoe it clear tnat the United states ! arnonir many features, ron ntr and rid-
ANOTHfR ClJf IN MAZDA (TUNG
J5, 25 and 40 Watt, 35c
60 Watt .... 45c
100 Walt .... 80c
150 Watt .... $1.20
250 Watt .... 2.00
I'rntteil Lump Ac liitrn.
We deliver Uinim to liny imrt of
the city Telephone na. We iln
wlrlnif nt the lowet price eon.
lttnt with tronil workiiinnililii,
Tillamook llietrlo ,. win
T.IrO, V rt hpiihilnif,
Cauiei of Stomach Troubles .
Sedentary habits, lack of out door
exercise, insufficient mnsticutlon of
could no longer maintain its attitude
of inaction and uncertainty. President
Wilson has shown a determination
neither to recognize the Huerta gov.
eminent, nor to adopt a policy of Inter
fnml .r.nciltnr.lf... ,..f.l 11
Ing by the famous Mulhall., Colonel and inxletv al, T"t"r
Zack, Lucille, and Georgia and the sen- 'wk! and drink not suited to your aire
sational auto polo. The night per- um occupation. Correct
..i.- ' 1 t n 1 . and take Charnberla n'a
... V 1 . , ,UCK' anU yu wl" ""on weH agaln
wIU also bo completo In every way. by all dealers.
THE MANUFACTURING CITY ON
Field for Investment
For Details as to Investing in Wheeler,
The Nehalem Hato Co.
F. A. JACKSON, Sr.l,ry Wheefef, OfegOtt
Portland Ortlec 1 327 Falling VH
Tlllimooli Office. Care F. R.