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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1913)
Zln Cillamook herald
C. G. Cromblcy, Editor
Tssucd Cwicc i ttlcck Ctioctav and Friday
Entered as scvoikI-cIsm mutter Mav 17, I'.'IO. at the pot otJlco at Tillamook,
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inir m inaure publication in follow
ing Twedny ami Fridny Imiio-h.
Reasons are imperative.
TH-SPAY. SKlTliMHKK D, 101 a.
The rillarnook County fair closed on
Saturday evening: amid much rpjoieinpr
and pood feeline because of tJw suc
cess of the enterprise. This binc tho
first oiTort of this kind for Tillamook
County, it was rather uphill work,
for the officials of the association, to
say the leist, and with a terrific storm
to handicap them at the opening of the
fair their burdens were doubled. I loiv
evor, they proved thetnselvus equal to
the occasion and went through with
the show with tlvinj; colors.
The fair officials made many mis
takes. This they rvalue and regret as
much as anyone. However, consider
inctte faithful effort made ami the
many hours of hard work done by them,
we believe they should be given con
Much enthusiasm has been aroused
throughout the county for a fair next
year and there seems to bo Strom; sen
timent in favor of buying a site at
once to be used for future fairs. If
it is possible to do so this ought to be
done at once before real estate in this
vicinity gets htc.ier in value.
The list of prize winners will be pub
lished as soon as the fair directors have
the same properly compiled. Other
authentic inforr- ' n will also be giv
en as soon as euct result.- are known.
The fair has been a fine thine. It has
been a means of getting the people of
the different parts of the county to
gether in a friendly rivalry which
means much for all.
L. B. Ziemer of Portland. stt
creamery and cheese factory inspector,
is in the county. MrZeimer ami the state
fair authorities are exceedingly anxiocs
that Tillamook County make a special
exhibit of cheese at the state fair
which takes place at Salem Sept. 29,
to Oc'-ofcer 4.
A car load of Tillamook cheese is
wanted for the exhibit. The enly ex
pense the factories will be to is the ex
pense of hauling the cheese to and from
the car at this point. The railroad
people will not charge any freight on
the same, and the fair ollicials will
take care of the cheese after it arrives
at Salem. The cheese sent for this
exhibit will not be scored or tosled or
put un for prizes. It will simply be
for an exhibit. Other cheese will be
sent from this county and placed in
contest for the prizes.
During the year 1912 the dairy in
dustry of the state produced $19,30-1,-334
wortn of products, which was
$7,000,000 more than any other indus
try. However, regardless of this fact,
the dairy exhibit at the state fair occu
pied only a small insignificant space
compared with the space occupied by
othr industries. This is not a it
should be and the dairymen of the
state should awaken to this fact. Til
lamook County should, by all means,
send a car load of cheese to the fair.
The C03t will be almost nothing and it
will be a fine advertisement for our
kkw that the jocular reference made
in the ileraWa to Baker loavsng Till
amook would be taken so seriously by
that trcntlcnmn ami be seiiod upon as
an e.cu for another slnndunius, cow-
'nrdly attack upon men who are not
eneaged in the newspaper business and
have no way to defend themselves ;
they, however, can compliicertly rely
upon the low ratiug the Headlight has
among fairminded. intelligent people
and have little fear of harmful result.
Baker has devoted a great deal of
energy, time ami nditorial space in his
efforts tn assist the Warron Construct
ion Co. in getting 5250,000. of the tax
payers money ami to accomplish this
end he has repeatedly resorted to slan
derous statements, misrepresentation
and gross falsehoods. In his attempts
to serve tho pavin.k octopus ami down
seventy tax-payers wlw nro parties to
the litigation he has brought discredit
to the Warren Construction Co., its
friends and allies. 'Ptae ciliaem had a
perfect right to ompby the detective
Baker alludes to in "retort", however,
the Portland incident took place after
the detective was paid and discharged.
The citiiens were m more responsible
for this than Baker himself, this has
been staled in mass meeting at which
Baker was present, ami can be proven
by documentary evidence. Now, Knud
son has two courses open to him ; one
was to have preserved his dignity ai;d
remained silent the other was to resort
to publicity. Knudftjn's judgement
was good he preferred silence but Bak
er foolishly thought he had one over on
the citizens and .vith his usual indiscre
tion bawled poor Girl out in the Head
light. The Warren Construction Co.
and those of the Harter administration
who sougnt to serve them have suffered
grievously from Baker's malice and
impudence. B. I.. Eddv while in poli
tics in Tillamook often complained to :
his friends that H.iker was a damage
to him. j
The citizens have done exactly what I
they shuuld have done in contesting
the claims of the Warren Construction
Co. They deserved and should have re
ceived the loyal support of every
citizen in Tillamook City. They made
a fair, clean, able fight for their
rights ; they proved the pavement to be
fatally defective ami if right prevails,
and we trust it will, there is little
doubt but that the Court will render a
favorable verdict; if they lose they
have nothing to regret.
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? "DROP IN AND
In answer to the "retort" in last
weeks issue of the Headlight the
editor wishes to say that he had no
I LOOK AROUND"
It is the aim of this hank to ive
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.
Furnished by Pacific Abstract Co.
Thai B Watt to Helena llrodumeir
lots f (i blk -IS Brighton Uracil,
Thos. B Watt to Helena llrvldemolr
lot 'Jfi blk It". Brighton Beach. fiW.
Brighton Development Co. to mIim
llrodunieir Kits It. .4 17 blk l5 Brighton
I Bench. $10.
W. J. Trent v wf tu W, J. Iigtis,
In I M I. lb 1 t'i..w..l..l..
Tfii-Mtiti A Porter wl to llorbort A
t'orwr trf.tki in Sec 7 .v. IS ft S 10 W
C. U Corroll - wf to K W Watson,
lot in Kdrle rhomtis I), k C, $300.
K. N WlWor wf to C. B MAIMii
lot 1 & itdk 11 Park add. TllluiniHik.
F N Wilson A wf toC li McAlpin lot
14 blk It A A Miller add. TtUamiHM.
Tillamook Bay Co to Annie M Herrv
tract, tu Oceunlttk Park, J:1W.
1'. J. Worrull ,t wf to Tillumook Hot
el (V. SKI blk I rimyer's mid to Tilla
A C. Be.ils A wf t . Ktidv K Mitchell
lot 7 blk 1 Norton's add Tillamook, S'.'OO
KJ Richardson & wf to it 11 Voso
ltV)rtSc 10 3 S 10 W. $10. j
Richard B Dornoy to Phillip I.. Ty. j
lor. lots I. 2. a A t blk 2 rillam.wk
Brighton Dev. Co to Newell C, Phil
brick lots IS). SO ,t 31 blk 07 Brighton
Brighton Development Co to Hugh
Lynch low 22 A ilblk 77 Brighton $550.
Brighton Dev Co to llermmi Boll
muicr iot 16 blk tV Brighton Beach.
Brighton Dev. Co. to Churlotte B
Jen.ien, lot 10 blk 77 Brighton. $!&.
Nelon i Wheeler to T B I'otter
Realty Co. certain tracts ami righti in
Sees 7 A IS I is 10 W $10.
Louis N S-tmlox A wf to Geo M
Ileinge S0 Sec 2 I S 9 W $W0.
Geo M Hyland A wf to Johuti I'uul.
son, kit 5 blk CO Biiyocunn Park. $10.
T B Potter Iloalty Co to Johnn Paul
en lot 47 blk 60 Buy ocean, $10.
Klmore Park Co to Frank X Gnumc-
der, lot 20 blk C Kltnore Part. $1.
W H Callahan to .lames liughey
tract in Sec 26 1 S 'J W, $1.
Nclmlem Co. to Noil Burnett lot 'Z A
3 blK 71 Kowo'rf ad I. to Wheeler $350.
Manhattan Really Co. to Snrnh K
Shufer lut ,11 blk 10 Manhattan $1.
R W Watson to T F Harrison tract
in Tillamook, $335.
Guo Watt A wf to Sarah Boldrick
lot blk 55 Kocktiway, $200.
Edith A Bell to Georgint- B Bell
number of lot.i at Brighton, $10.
F. J. Galtroll to Philp Kitudy lot 1
blk 0 Mammtlun, S150.
Geo ii Higgins A wf to Sam Hang
seth lot 2 blk 10 Oceunvicw, $10.
C P Rorvick .vf to Ida Nelson loU
kiU 10 A II blk 11 Wheeler. $10.
C P Rorvick A wf l Curl Augu.il
DeltOnrii lot 10 A 11 blk S Wheeler.
Hlinuro Park Co to Win W McLarty
lot 20 blk 7 Elmore Park. $10.
A G Reals A wf to A E Doergi; bit
2 bU S Norton:! add rillnmook, $250.
W O Cttaae A wf to Tillamook Co
operative Fish Co loti 1 A 2 blk tv
Malaueya addn, $10.
Uuis W Julliard to PW Todd loU I
to d inc blk 15 Thayers addn to Tilla
The F'lmore Park Co to Anna Groo
cock lot 11 blk 3 Elmore Park, $1.
Orton A Graham A wf to Edwin A
Priest et-ni IGO.i See 12 3 S 12 W, $10
J R Minich A wf to Elizabeth C Mc
Causland lot 03 blk 17 Brighton, n00.
' rank W Miller A wf to Sam II
Moore lot 10 blk 29 Nehaiem Bay
Mabel W Wright A lius to Ezra A
Nash tract in Sec 21 & 25 3 S 0 W $1.
Jaa T Everest A wf to Harry A
Littlefield ICOn Sec 17 6 S 10 W $10.
H M Haworth to John II Cowls lot 2
blk 15 Rockaway $C0.
Ellen Uaasey to Wrn Dolph lot 31
dllc 2 Rockaway, $1.
G V Atterbury A wf to AddUon II
Harris 2ja Sec 31 1 S 'JW $2000.
A W Fox & wf to Jacob PcHtcrlleld
tract in See . 1 S 10 W, $1.
C L Fegles A wf to IJollie V Feglen
lot 7 blk M Sandlakc by the Sea, $1.
J T Stoneroad to Mela Eilers lot 27
blk I Elmore Park, $1.
Harry .Sweeny A wf to Melchlor
Landholt 00a in Sec 13 3 N 10 W, $0500.
Yots Can Manufacture Anything
tLL LJ11..I iii mm ii i iMnuKajM""1"" hmi M
To Do The Manufacturing
lVe ilos aiul MHh4lul
lsadai4ikii;iikoilM U those
vt'Cio w'Ml UrUtg pay
roilis t4 - -
I Da 4- inikzi uia vi n riii
viiy oji tlKalt'iiii liny
Nehaiem H&tbot Co.
PoMUnd (Jlliin 327 f4lli t,!di
TilUmook Olhtfi Caff I'. K. lUali
jjisttt . , r . ni ot i.iosc vno too:t
th Kjin;, ftnte tc.iclicrii' examination
fulled. How thin compares with for
mer cxaiulnatloriH Ih not known in It
haH not been tho ciiMtom to ki-cp thin
n-oord. There were 15C2 applicants
who took the examination, the largest
number yet Klveii the examination at
one time In Oregon.
A large gauollne tractor of the cater
pillar type will be put to uie In ore
hauling by the management of the lien
Harrison Mines company near Hump
ter, It la expected that the cost of
haulinB Its oren to the Bumpier Valley
railroad, 21 miles distant, which bow
reached $80 per day, will be largely
M. J, Lozelle, the dairy expert from
Corvnllls, line opened an office at Her
minion under Joint ausplcea of the gov
irnment nnd the Oregon Agricultural
foMrce. f'o'rcratlvo dairy cxtunnlon
vork 1e lo Ui ftiirriod out m-dcr his
tflre.itlcr. Ii n ro:,lon en: J 50,-
000 amse ,'.rr.(ly nailer Irrigation or
scon to I':
NOMCI: l:OI( PUIiLICATON.
Dcp.irtinciil of I lie Interior.
i;. S. LAND OFFICE in Portland. Ore.
Atigunt 0. 1013.
Notice IS hereby givi-n that John N.
Kimch, of Tillamook, Oregon, who, on
May 0, 1012, made I om-ltnd Entry,
No. 03102, fur SKtNWl .SWJNEJ
NJSEl Section In. rovviwhip I Bouth
Range H W-t, Willamette Meridian,
linn tlleil notice of intention to make
Final Commutation Homestead Proof,
to entablmh claim lo tiic Inn I abovu
diiscribeil, before The County ClerK of
Tillamook fVitinty, Oregon, at I'llla.
mook, Oregon, on the 20th day of S
Cliiuiibiit narnefi m witnesses:
George T. Klehii,
Charles (5. Lyon,
Wesley Riuh. all of Tillamook,
II. F. Hlgl.y.
Miss Mabel Owen left tins morning
for a few days' visit at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. McKiiuens at
Lee Nelson, of Newberg, lias been in
the town tin; past few dnyii, the guest
of his sister, Mrs. Frank Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. Win, I lok i ti- and Mr.
and Mrs. Emrnet Bales nnd child, of
rillnmook, were guest at the Frank
Wnrthingtuii home Sunday
Barney Estabrook has completed the
repair work on the Woods road, and
those who are in a position to know
say it Is the best piece of work that
has ever been placed on that road,
James Holcomb resigned the man
agement of the Cloverdnlu hotel and
left Thursday morning for Portland,
Mr. Estabrook Is looking after the
welfare of patrons of this institution,
W. B. .Starr, manager of the Castle
Rock cannery, with his family und Mr.
and Mrs. H. R, Patterson, of Portland,
autoed to Cluverdnle Sunday and were
tho guests of Mr. und Mrs. W. M
Owen. Mrs. Puttornon remuined here
and is now the guest of Mru. Owen.
Dr. L. 12. Hewitt fl. T. BOTTS,
as., ,.. LAWYER
TILLAMOOK. ORB. Uloclv
IU. A II. PHKKlNb.
Oi!ie in stiiigcon Btiti.
All Woilt OllaiAiitrnt.
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
lla LocaUd in Ihe Commcrcul Bldj.
Succcedinj Dr. P. J. Sharp.
All U'oik GlUf4lrrd, IJoih PIioiim
Oilier Urn,,., m.
i lo iiia p. in.
Orn Hvtnlnji Irotn 7 until B o'cIckIl
8. P. Appeal Big Land Case.
Portland, Ore. Appeal was taken
by the Southern Pacific computiy In
tho federal court hero from Hut decis
ion of JiiiIko Wolverton rendered July
1 whereby 2,300,000 ncriis of land lu
tlin Oregon and California grant were
declared forfeited to the government.
The case now goes to the United
Hiatus circuit court of appeals at Han
1 "rnnolEco nnd from there, however It
may bo decided, It will bo taken to
the Usltfd a'ates supremo court.
Dr. Jack Olson
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mamooK : , Oregon
Attorney at Law
Office In Commercial Building
JOHN LtLAND HCNDERSON
Tillamook County Bank Bldg.
E. J. Claussen
T. H. G0YNE
U. S. CommituoMf
Geo. P. WiDSlof
ATTORNEY AT LAW
E. N. CRUSON.
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