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Cbe Cillamook Rerald
Istucrf Civicc a lUcck
CuodJV nd Friday
Entered n. sc-ond-clas matter Mav 17, tlHO. at the pot o'llee at Tillamook,
Oregon, under the not of Marvh 3, 1ST1.'. "
SCIlKll'TIOS SI.. 10 A VKAK IN UVVVNVU
! ecnl Advertisement.
First Insertion, per lino $ .10
Each ,Mhs'"fit insertion. line .OR
Homester d N tics - - &.W
Timber CUimn - - - 0.M
Notice, per line ... .1
Cards of thank, per line .Oft
Uk-1. nr tin, first inwrUon .7j
IN HII: CIRCUIT COURT 01 Till:'
5TAJl:0l0R:lHN. I'OK l llli
COUNI V OIJ 1 It.L.A.MOOk'
Investment Company, a
Each subsequent insertion, line .OA
Resolution of Condolence and
IxhIro notices, per line .06,
l?uiiuss X- rrofoloual oard,nio. 1.00 !
Olsplny Advertisement, per tiwh ,SAi
A 1,1. Piaplav A.le must bo in this of
fice on Monday ami ihureoay .Morn-
Un'thna S. 1 'helps ami l.iUTvlta J
To Srotlma S. Phelps anil l.ucretla
lncs to Insure publication In follow
ing Tuesday ami Friday imbw.
Rtneone arc imptrxtiv.
MTKMRNTOKOWNKtSWir V.M N.V(BMB.'T
Ti'Unti.k lUr.tki. l'ulIiht !Snii-wH . TllUawok Ciljt. ITf.
V M.- I' TT.-'Mt rtMthr, C K Trmhle icl. C K. TrmM-
M :..r.- !' ! S.u mI h"l n!'.tu.fc '"its or
FlilP'.Y. OCTOKKK Hi. 1KS.
The whole nation breathed eier
when it was learned, officially that the
late earthquake shock on the Uthtmis
had done no damace to the canal. There
has always been a question a to whet
her the canal looks ami other -orks
vrouki stand a severe earthquake shock.
Fear for damage from that source is
now conMdcabl.v lessoned. (
At the opening session of the Inter
national Concres on Alcohol, at Milan, '.
Italv. teptemh?r 22, Prof. Marchia-'
fava. Physician to I'ope Pius, was the
chief speaker. His subject was "The
PatholoKV of Alcoholism," and in his
address he summed up his "studie. ,
butklmc at the country school
book is is to be written by Mollis W,
l.ibbo. County Surveyor, ami b pub
lished by the County Judge Although
intended to be ued as u means of in
struction primarily in l.ane County,
the book will be available for schools
all over Oregon. It is believed it Mill
meet a general domain!,
"We're blazing a trail in this line,
just a Lane CHinty has blatcd a trail
in some other line.-, in rwul construc
tion." said J mice Thompson yesterday.
"This book, so far as I know, will be
the flrs" of the kind, but it will Ih; of
great value in the schools. It will not
only teach the children, the future pen-
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re.iearcnes ana ooservaiions OMenuingi.. ,. ..... . . ..
, nun, urn m unnk; 1.11s
I N T M K N A M K 0 F T 1 1 K
You arv hereby required to appear
and anther the complaint lllod against
ou in the above entitled eatno' on or
in fore the oiuriitloii of sK weeVn
from the date of the first publication of
this Summons, and If you fail to o
appoar tint answer fur want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said complain'..
! wh'rh is, that it be decreed lint plain
1 tiff is entitled to revover the sum of
1 $-l"&7f. with interest thereon trim
April 10th. ItflO. at the rate of ii er
i cent iHr annum, the further sum of
, fOCJ 9J, with interest thereon at the
same rate from June itOth, I'.Utl. on
account of taxea paid, the further sum
over a period of fifty years of active
professional we rk and he found n pre
ponderance cf evidence to cnvict alco
holic beverages as a bad thins;." He
was enthusiastically applauded.
education home to the parents.
" ' t present we ned a ttook of
kind in the school of the Stuslau
of $125.01) as attorney's fees, and the
cost and disbursements of thin suit, on
account of a note executed by ilefe d
ant Srethna S. I'help datetl April liilh. !
11 10, in faor of plaintiff in the prlnci-1
pal amount alvo nametl. and that the
said amounts be decreed to be a lien !
upon ami acainst the following de-1
' scriKtl real prom rtv, situate in Tiltn
I mook CountV. Oregon, to-wit All of'
' lots U. 3, 4. S, l. ail 7. of HI.H-k 6, Nr
' tarts Hay I'ark mvurdiiii; to the record
, eit plat thereof on file in the otllcc of
the Countx Keeurder of Tlllammik
(County, Oregon, ami that a mortaKe
luxecuted by defendant Srelhna
i I'helpa covwrini; said prop-rty, Ktven I
' to eeure the payment of saiil uote. and j
i which mortcae is recorded at pace
305. Hook "T" of the lteconls of i
I MortcaKca of rillare)k County, Ore
' iron. e foreclnscd ami Haiti properly I
of i sold fur the purioe of satlsfin the!
i amounts claimeil by plnintllf, aixl for ,
such other ami further relief .r
If You Can Manaf act tire Anything
To Do The Mantif acttiring
We have heard on coed authority,
that Portland cheese dealer sometimes
label cheese made in other localities
than TillatnA County, "Tillamook
Cheese." ai-d sell it with the under
standing that it i Tillamook cheese.
This is generally done hen the dealers
are out of Tillamook cheese. This mat
ter should be looked into. It is strictly
against the law and the dealers who
practice the deceit should be punished.
Harm and loss may come to our dairy
men tnruugr. tn:. violation of the law ( eHSt interwt in. generally
wnirh should b. stopped at once, if it . is the matter of gol roads.
is possible to stop tt.
, . Uk, ,f.tll( Hint tin ,IIVI tVIIVI ht .U .H
I fourt may seem eiUitaiie.
dis- This nuinmons Is served bv Dublicn-
tnct, where Miss VanHibor has u I ready , tion in the Tillamook Herald, a weekly
intmluce! road-butlding ami road-eon! I "ewapoper, by onler of the iloiH.rablc
i ii'imur .iasoti. v ouniv Juoge oi iiiib-
mook I ounty, Oregon, made Septein-
struction as a course, ami where she
ha. olTered prizes for the test roait.
The ordinary teacher cannot tench such
a subject as this, and a road primer,
or textbook of some kind, is neces
sary." Kditor's Note : A road primer for
our public schools would certainlv lie a
tine thing. The greatest bunion which
11. iv l J, tiirecttng summons to oe mi
served u(on the defendant. The time '
prescribed for publication of said onler
is once a week for six sueosaive weeks,
ami defendant are required to appear i
ami answer the complaint on or tWore
the expiration of six weeks from the
date of the first publication of said
summons. 1 he first publication of
said stlmtilfifiji U made nn the lth ilav
the eople of this country have to b..ir(f September. 1913.
at the present time is the "mud tax,
and apparently the thing vve know the
least about and ihe t.ung we take the I
Staplelon & Sleight, and II T Holts.
Attorneys for Pluintitf.
Notice 01 Ounrdinn.
i localities, heretofore, it has
tendency of workmen to see
The Stamlard Oil Company is re-1 little they could do on the roads, anil
ported to be working on a process in-; we are orry lit say lhit this is appar
volving an entirely new process of ently the case even in our own county
making gnsoline from crude oil. which these days It is plain tu be seen that
will greilly ir.creasf the amount of i the people neel to be wlucateil us to
gasoline obtainable and reduce the per- lhe value of good roads and as to the
centage of fuel oil. Already the appli-1 cheapest and best way of building
ances for the new process have been ! them. A practical course in road
intalled in the big plant of the Stan-, building would not be out of place in
dard Oil Company at Whiting, Ind.. at ; every school. The knowledge which
a cost of f 1,500,000. and also in the i the young folks would gain thereby
plant at Alton. III. I' is expected the would mean mucn fr the future.J
fuel will appear in a few weeks and
will sell for about four cent less a gal
lon than the present price of ga-oline.
It is believed it eventually will be pos
s;ble to convert 75 par cent of crude
oil into gasoline.
Secretary of State Bryan has been
criticised considerably because he has
seen fit to make several addresses "at
summer chautaquas during the past
season. While making these address -
our secretary has used only that time
which would be allotted him for his
summer vacation. If he has seen fit
to make speeches rather than spend
his vacation amid pink tea, or other
like entertainments that is his bus
iness. One of Mr, Bryan's great enjoy
ments is to tail: and if he can get more
pleasure, and incidentally more
money, by giving lectures than he can
by following the pleasures that some
other men enjoy, he should have the
privelege of giving lectures if he so
sees fit. It will be noticed that most
of Mr. Bryan's critics belong to the
old stand pat gang that have never
allowed an opportunity to slip to hold
him up to ridicule. If Mr. Bryan spent
twice the time he spends in nrikinga
speeches, in hobnobbing with represen
tatives of the interests, not a word
; From Harper's Weekly.
' One of the current ideas of the time,
. taken for granted by most people, is
'.that a man has a right to ko into a half
civilized country in order to make mon
ey by speculative investments and then,
it political conditions in that country
interfere with his money-making, he
has the right to involve his own nation
in war to protect his so-called interests,
thus forcing his countrymen to inter
rupt their useful activities, and spend
their money and their blood, and bru
talize their civilization, for the sake
of looking after his dividends. Thin
is not President Wilson's view. His
conduct of the Mexican situation has
been remarkable for patience, and for
a firm but tactful adherence to those
general principles by which his whole
life and thought are guided. As he
has stated public-ally, he wishes to act
"not in the interest of any person or
body of persons who may have personal
or property claim in Mexico." Those
foreign newspapers which have been
calling his policy in Mexico amateur-
t r .1 . ,
leu may imagine mat ineir own con
duct of Balkan airaira and other com
r, i . .
wiie.iiioiiB in curope aim vsia is pro-
; NOTICE IS HERF.BY GIVKN. that
j the undersigned, by virtue and author
( ity of an Order of the County Court of
i the State of Oregon, made and entered
lit its record will from and after the
llth day of October. It 13. at the office
of I. It. Heals, in Tillamook City, Ore
gon, sell at private saie for one-third
cash down and baluncc on deferred
' payments with interest at 7 mt cent
j jier annum, any portion or all of the
.'real property situated in Tillamook
I County, Oregon, described as follows,
ISeglnning at a point lfi3J feel west
oi me soutnwesi corner or iiioctc ntim
bered 5, in Tillamook t. Ity, Oregon
and running thenre north 210 feet
thence west 103J feet; thence south
ZW leet; and thence east 1034 feet to
the place of beginning.
Deted September 12th. 1913.
C. II. Ward. Guardian
Joseph Read Huin ami Verne Dale
NOTICl: R)K PUBLICATION,
Department of the Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland
Oregon. September H. 1913
Notice is hereby given that Frank
i ressier. hi neaver, Oregon, who, on
July 23, 1912, made Homestead Entry
No. 03583, for WJSEi EJSWJ, Section
lownsnip .J houth, Itange 10 West
Willamette Meridian, has Hied notice
of Intention to make rinal Commuta
tion Proof, tu establish claim to thi
land above described, before J. C. Hoi
den. County Clerk of Tillamook Countv.
Oregon, at Tillamook City, Oregon, on
me isi uay oi uctoocr,
Claimant names as witnesses: Edgar
dilbert, William N. Bays, Edward Tro-
Pough, Joljn haling, all of Beaver, Ore
on. H. F. hlGBY,
FrtM ttifevs uimI Mt'liil
liiriiiwiiit'iitM to tho.se
m Iio n il I bring; pii.Y
rolls to - -
t il 4'
man utaM't urlii j;
hair in liny
Nehalem Harbor Co.
327 Tailing iv!d
Ciic fJ. ft. llral
would be said by our over zealous stand , fonal ; but they will haye hard wor
pat newspapers. It is a rare treat and t0 convince enlightened American
Bryan talk, and j that professionalism of that sort is su
education to hear Mr.
If he haj decided to spend his vacation
time in giving lectures, the nation is
that much hnnofiicd.
FIRST ROAD PRIMER DUE.
Eugene, Or., Oct. 7, A road primer,
the first of its kind, is to be issued by
County Judge Thompson, who for a
long time has been studying the prob
lem of securing some method of teach
ing properly the principles of road-
Stop That Itch!
slji ja U step Uul Uck is two
No remedy that I have ever sold for
Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other disease
of the skin ha a given more thorough
satisfaction than the
i. D. D. Presort ptloi f er Eczeaa
I guarantee this remedy.
J.AMAK' UKUO KTOHIJ
perior to amateurishness of the kind
that President Wilson is exhibiting.
CITY COUNCIL MEETS
IN REGULAR SESSION
Bills for the running expences of the
city were allowed.
An application was made by F. I).
Small anJ D, C. Urie for an electric
light and power franchise, and an or
dinance to that effect was introduced
and passed Its tirst reading.
The promo'ers will secure wdter
power from up the Trask Klver where
it is contemplated a dam will be con
structed. An ordinance regarding stock being
driven through the city haa been pass
ed by the council. Any d .-Jon who
.drives cuttle through the city . and al
I lows them to trample on the lawns
will be prosecuted.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN lh.
uy an order duly made and entered by
the County Court of the State of Ore-
gon for 'Iillamook County, the under
signed, A. N, Marolf, has been duly
appointed administrator of the estate
oi jonn (Jlaud Marolf, deceased.
and all persona having claims aguinst
tfie said estate are hereby notified und
required lo present the same, with
vouchers, duly verified to the under
signed, or to his attorney, S. S. John
son, at Tillamook, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
A. N, Marolf,
Dated Aug. 25, 1913.
REGULAR COMMUNICATION EVERY
& fit . i
a mil attendance ih re nested
and all viHitin brothers are cor.
K. T. IJOAI.M, W. 1.
C. IJ. ThomiUkv, Secrctarv.
.Satan-tie meeting arif held in the
old Christian Church on Tuesday and
Friday evenings and on Sunday at 3 p.
rn. and H p. rn. Sunday School t 2
LAND FOR SALE.
.Sixty acres on Wilson River, a part
of what is known as the Peter Brant
place, with or without stock. I want
AO0O or more down ami will give
plenty of time for the balance at fi er
cent interest. See N. I. Ilanaun.
I-t iue October .1.
DAIRY RANCH FOR
SALE BY OWNER.
Will sell my ranch consisting of W
acres at a very reasonable prire. 10
acres irrigation project under way;
See or address,
C. J. Blanchnnl,
Ii. Hewitt. T.B0TTS.
OSTEOPATHIC I'HVSH UN
AND Sl R'iKoN
Both I 'hone.
Rr. and Olllcu: Whitcmnise RemWe
U A. I). I'UKKINh.
Olfirn In Sltirgron lllilu.
All Work Onaianlrrd.
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS.
The Water Commission has ttlven
Mr. Iloag Mitive Instructions to shut
oir water from all consumers who have
not paid their water rent by the 10th
of each month.
By order of Wuter Commission.
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
Has Located in tbe CoamercUl Bldj.,
Succe tdinf Dr. P. J, Sharp.
All Work GuimiUrd, B.,(h I)koi.
Oilier Mourn Kn' "'
I lo 4t30 p. fvi.
Ofxn Evrnliifi from 7 until fi o'clock
t kit Itt II
T. H. GOYNE
U. S. CeaaiuSoMf
Dr. Jack Olson
Office Hours Irom J a. m. to t p. m.
Over F R. BU' R EM, Office
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M.
Tillamook , , Oregon
Geo. P. Winslow
E. N. CRUSON.
I'lllHI,.. i.niur llflllV
MUVVI t I I I VI ll'VI '-0
All Work (iiiarantttd,
" I ' 1 '
G. L. DICK & SON, Prof
The Sam Price to Kveryo
DON'T HI'OIh A GOOD HOKSK
by keeping him In ahabby old Harness
we are selling narnetia made of the
beat h lock at prlcea that ought to
A WKIL MADE HARNKSH
will not only Improve the appearance
of your horae, but contribute to your
safety an well. Many a runaway could
be avo dec If the old llurnesa had been
dlicarded In time.
W. A. WILLUMS,
Tillamook - . Ornnnn
AHorncy at Law
Office In Commercial Building'
. . . ....fctirn
U. N, IIHNKl.U, Myi.
Four Druira West of Ilskcrf.
Funaral Diraclor and Utawad Ea
l-ady Asalatant When KeUilv
JOHN LEUND HENDERSON
Tillamook County Bank Bldg.
J . Cl.AU SBEN
FOR SALlv AT