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STATHMKXT Of OWNKlWItir AMI M VNAC.KMKNT
T.tlsm.wli HrrsM. tMWi-.ht JVrnK t TOInm.HA City. Hr
y I t..r . R. TrioMT rMlh- C K Tmmblti owner. C. K. Trwrnblrr.
M..rt. First Nlonl na. TOIam.w r.
FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 17. lt)K.
As finally agreed upon, the income
ta feature of the new tnrilT bill Im
' poses an annual tax as follows : On
income ranging from if person
is sinple, or W.000 if married, to $20,
(XV), one per cent; from $20,000 to $W),
000, 2 per ft : t S5.X, 3
per cent: $75,000 to $100,000, 4 per
cent : JlOrt.000 to $350,000. 5 per cent :
JTO.OOn to $800,000. 6 per cent ; above
?5s.tV. 7 per cer.t. In figurine up
his "ft i' come for purposes ol taxation
UO'1 r (he Uw, a husinetvs mnn. after
dei' e $3,100 for himself, or $-1,000
if msr'-ed. ill nave the riich to claim
U e folktwi ' - .
expenses o-' e iny
edness. Nato i
or municipal "
j car. Trade I
losses not eovere
n ,tions : Necessary
involves vast expenditure, it will be
wisely made. Good roal are worth
mor to a people than battleship.' ami
Kreat standing armies.
for his entire "net income," and ex
emptions claimed under the law must
be submitted to the federal officers for
them to determine upon their reason
ablenes or legality. It is figured that
425,000 people will pay an income tax.
It is estimated that the tax will yield
$.52,000,000 next ye-r, besides the $37,--tiOO.OOO
produced under the present for
poration tax, which is continue a
part of the new law.
From Harper's Weekly.
Every member of either house who
refrained from trying to embarrass the
Democrats on the tariff bill deserves
credit, but to one man falls the great
est share of ;tory for independence,
because it cost him most. Especially
did Senator l.a Follette's situation re
quite strength of character; not only
r on business, not had he alwavs been a Kenubl can. bu'
living or family . tf hati sin ' tho Koosevelt sulit. come
to be talked upon as likely to dominate
the party in the future. As Progress
iveness seemed needed to save it from
destruction. La Follette's influence had
suddenly been multiplied. In voting
for the Democratic taritT, he gave a
final proof that no consideration can
prevent him from following always his
conviction. This man has fought the
straight fight all his life. Often the
sacrifice has ben gmat. He has given
up friends, money, comfort, party
praUe, easy advance. He has stood
abuse anvl suspicion. Nearly always
Mctkoaitt Church Notts.
Sundav Selusil at 10 A. M.
I'renchiiiK at II A. .M. and 7:30 l J
M. Theme for inorntiik: "Tho unfold i
lnK' d re." !
All member and friend are urged j
to bo present especially for morning .
service and rally for Urn work of the I
new conference year. I
The subject foi the evening will bo j
" The .Sin I'roblem." Everyone admit ,
Hint the devil is in the community but
many disagree how to gel htm out. '
The Hiblo Is clear in this matter. A
cordial welcome Is extended to all to
both morning mid evening services.
Our male quartet willf tender a nuiii i
ber at the morning service.
Tho Epworth l.eaguo meets at tifclO
The young eople are Invited to at
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday even
ing. W. J. Welter.
United Brethren Church Notei.
Sunday Schintl. 10 A. M.
Morning Worship .and Sermon
pastor. II A. M. Subject: "An
itial Chareterislic of love."
Christian Endeavor. '. :30 1
Topic: "How to make thi the best
year of our Society History."'
The meeting will be led by the pastor
Evening Suxico nd Sermon. 7:30
All are cordially invited to apend
these hours of worship and praise with
II. F. White, fastor,
i cut on indent
. iunty, sehool
. .1 within the
storm or fire
hy insurance. Worth
less debts chartre I olT during the year.
A reasonable allowance for the depre
ciation of property. Dividends from
companies whose income has already
been txed. I .terest from state, mu
nicipal or government bonds. It is a
clear provision of the iaw. however,
that the taxable person must make a
return to the internal revenue collector 1
Christian Church Notes.
the country and his party have come
around finally to La Follette's position.
This last proof of patriotism may an
noy the Republican senators for the
time being, but it wil. probably mean
that La Follette'j influence, even over
them, will be strengthened in the end;
because a man who is so experienced,
strong, farsighted, and fearless is bad
ly needed by the party now.
10 A. M. Hiblo school. Wo have suit
able classes for all. If you do not at'
tend elsewhere we would like to hav
you with us at this service.
11 A. M. Preaching by the pAStor.
3 1'. M. Junior Endeavor.
(5:45 Christian Endeuvor.
7:15. Kegular evangelistic service
Fifth sermon in series of Questions o
the bible. Subject. What good mu
To all of theaj services wo extend to
you a corJiul invitation.
15. K. Jope. Pastor.
NEW I. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
The third annual American Goou
Roads Gongress, with whose prratnee
Detroit was nonored last week, accen
tuated the act that this is the uutomo
bile aze. While it cannot be queti
ed that the farmers, more than any
other class, need good country ro ls
and are benefited by them, it was n t
CHINESE REPUBLIC STUDIES
OUR FOREST METHODS
David Z. T. Yui, formerly secretary
to the vice-president of the Chinese
Republic, is now traveling in this
country to learn modern methods for
adoption in China. He is at present in
until the automobile and its influential ' charge
patrons came on the scene to demad
improved highways, tnat any extensive
movement in that direction began to
take shape. Now, with touring cars
of all prices and 3orts straining in the
leash to carry city folks into God's out-of-doors,
the necessity of good roads
has been given a mighty impulse. A
Lincoln highway across the continent,
and other trunk lines longer or shorter,
are projected. "State roads" are le
ing hided in all the commonwealths.
Counties are vieing with each other to
maie their main thoroughfares of
gravel, stone or cement construction.
Under the old order the farmers had to l'on the United States profited much
of the lecture board of the
Chinese Y. M. C. A., which is in close
touch with the new government and is
aiding in putting into effect an educa
tional campuign for the citizenship of
While in Washington recently Mr.
Yui spent tome time investigating the
work of the forest service, in order that
he might find out whether its organiz
ation arid methods would be of value to
the newly created department of agri
culture and forestry in China. In speak
ing of this part of his work, Mr. Yui
"In the matter of forest conserva-
bear all the cost of good road improve
ment. Now the cities and villages
must share in the expense. All this is
as it should be. While good country
roads are a great boon to to the farmer
in his necessary work, to the automo-
bilist they are a necessity; and he ed ar,d applied
should help pay for them. One fea
ture of good roads and the use of them
by the motor car reckless driving and
insolent disregard of the rights of the
rural user3 with their blower horse
drawn vehicles has happily been
greatly altered for the better, though
there ia still room for improvement in
that respect Good facilities for inter
communication are a mark of high
civilization. Indeed, some one has well
said that "transportation and civiliz
ation go hand in hand." Among the
chief indications and means of Roman
civilization were the great roads with
which she belted her empire. Our
country surpasses all others in her net-
work of railroads, but her ordinary
highways have been much neglected.
A new era is at hand; and though it
by looking upon the disasters which
were the result of the Chinese neglect
of forestry. This was a greit warn
ing to you. Now we wish to profit by
the improved methods of forestry
which the United States has discover-
In the "Astoria 30 years ago" col
umn of last Saturday's Anton an ap
peared the following interesting item:
"The oldest Oregon settler has been
found at last. His name is G. IJ.
Gobar; he lives six miles north of Sa
lem. He came to Astoria in 1823.
After living here nwhile he went to
Marion County, where he has been
living for the past GO years. Thu re
turns are nil in; there are no more
counties to hear from; the account
are made-up and Mr. Gobar is entitled
to the distinction. We always thought
that an Astorian would eventually get
away with it."
The new I. O. O. F. brick building
which hns been under construction dur
ing 'Jic past summer is now ready f
occupancy. It is a fine well appointed
building and a credit to th city. The
i uuai cosi o: inc suiiuing including
i henting plant is JiS.OOO.
The second story accommodate
fine lodge room 33xf2. and banquet hall
VJxiA. A kitchen joins the banquet hall,
and other rooms ami convenience have
been built In connection with the hall.
The second floor is also devoted to
office room which are occupied by the
following professional men: Dr.
Wendt, Dr. Bonis and Dr. Jack Olson.
Attorney S. S. Johnson will occupy
suite of rooms, and S. II. Whitehouse,
insurance broker, will have an office
The first floor will be occupied by the
rirst National Hunk, A. J. Stillwcll,
dry goods store, and Webb Mattux,
Irunsfor Co. Mr. btillwell store
room is -10x101 feet, and will give him
room for a fine display of good. He
is now moving his stock into the new
inerirsi national win occupy a
floor space 38xG0, and will have a com
plete and up-to-date equipment it
every respect. We understand that thu
furnishings and special equipment for
the bank alone will cost $5000.
I he room occupied by Mr. Maddux
is 32x50, and will give him a fine office
in which to carry on his growing trans
TILLAMOOK MAfl BUYS
PORTLAND FISH BUSINESS
The highest cash price paid for chick
en at the Tillamook Meat Co. shop.
Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Since the old-fashioned theory of cur-
int' eczema through the blood ha been
given up by scientist, many different
imvo ueen iria ior Kin auasea.
But It has been found that these aalvea
uwy uiub- me pores ana cannot penetrate
to the inner skin below the eplderml
wiio me ovciua. Kcrm8 are jougea.
.7,ne .Qlty of penetrating
iKuu&uiy expjuuiH mo trernenuou sue
cch of the well known liquid eczema
rmedy, oil of wlnterereen, thymol, uly
eerlnc, etc., as compounded in V.D.D.
We av Mid other remedies for skin
trouble but none that we can recom-
B'Adt" hUfhly. this for w know that
,D,D. stop the itch at ones. We just
want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That will
be enoufih to prove it.
y .uurua an oiner
D.D.D. Prescription to to them It you
can t come to us hut don't accept Mm
Ollt If YOU Come to Our atnra ...
p certain of what D.D.D. will do for you
this guarantee: If you do. not find that
it takes awav tha Itch AT nunc it
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I.AMAK'K OKUCJ fi'fOKB
Tilloinook City, Oregon.
While on a recent visit to Portland,
r. D. famall and associates, bought
the Hay Center Fish Co., wholesale
plant. The Tillamook people will con
duct a wholesale business in Portland.
handling everything in the lino of fish
and sea foods.
I he new company will be called the
Tillamook Fish Co. and will bo located
nt 100 Front Street. J. H. Reeves, of
l'. rtland, will manage the affairs of
the company at tho Portland end.
The Tillamook people found it neces
sary to put In a wholesale house ut
Portland, earr; lug uV, hinds of fish, for
the reason that they ure compelled to a
certain extent to comcto with dealers
who are doing business under like con.
We understand that the new company
may undertake to develop the halibut
bank that cro known to be oir our
shores. It will be remembered that
the development of the halibut fish
erle was attempted nearly two years
ago and that the Vlda, a rotten hulk of
a boat, went out and in a few hours
caught nearly a thousand pounds of
fine halibut, but on returning endeavor
ed to cros the bar ut low water, und
was wrecked near the entrunco of thu
bay. That ended uny further effort
along that line, put it proved thu fact
If You Can IVUntifacttife Anything
To Do The Mantif acttiring
Fre Nile and NM;lal
IllllllCCIIICIlt tO tllONtt
who Will bring; pay
rolls to - -
man ul a In r I
on AVhnh'in Hay
Nehalem Harbor Co
potiund oifitci m f'ain Bld.
TUUnutok. Off! Out K R. Bolt
that we have film halibut flihlntf at
our doors, which, with the aid of quick
tranportatiou by rail. miihl soon to l-o
on the road to development.
CHEESE TRADE IS EXCELLENT.
From Wednesday' Journut;
Kxccllcnt lone is showing in the
cheee trade along Front street. Supply
ha been rather small of late but there
h been a good shipping demand ImjUi
to the north and south a well as to the
east. Price are linn.
NOTICU FOR I'lim.lCATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICIO at Portland,
Oregon, Soptembrr 8, 1 1113.
Notice ia hereby uiven that Krnnk
Preaaler. of Heaver. Oregon, who. nn
July 23. 1912, made Homestead Kntry
No. 035H3. for W4SK1 KiSWk K.-cllon
24. Township :i South, Knngo 10 West.
Willamette Meridian, ha filt-tl notlrn
or intention to make r inal Commuta
tion Proof, to establish clnlm to the
land ultove described, lie fore J. C. Ilnl.
den, County Clerk of Tillamook County,
Oregon, at Tillamook City. Oregon, on
me iiai nay oi uciouer,
Claimant names as witnesses! FAtrnr
Gilbert, William N. Hays, Kdward Tro-
oougn, John haling, all of Heaver, Ore-
Kon, H. F. HIGHY,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
NOTICK 18 HEItKHY OIVI-'N it,.
iy an order duly made and entered by
he Countv Court of thu Sim,. f n-.
gon for Tillamook County, tho under
signed. A. N. Marolf. hflfl lmn jlnlu
appointed administrator of thu estato
of John Claud Murolf, decimsed,
and all persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby notified and
required to present thu same, with
voucher, duly verilied Ut thu under
signed, or to hi attornev. S. H. .tnl..
son, at Tillamook, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
A. N. Marolf,
Dated Aug. 26, 1913.
in Tim circui r cour r 01 tiih
STAT 11 OV ORWION. R)R Till!
counfv op nu. vmook
Clark County Investment Company, t
.SrethnaS. Phelpa and lAirretla J. K II
lo .irelhna h. Phelp and I.ticrclia J,
IN I UK NAMK OF TIIK STATK OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint M?d ngnlmi
you in the above entitled cnuo on or
before the expiration of six wtnks
from the date of tho first publication of'
this Summon, and If you f m nu
appoar iimI omwrr for want thereof
the plnlntlir will py U, nlc courl for
the relief demanded In nuld camplalti'.,
which Is, that It U decreni that i.lnl.,!
tllf Is entitled to recover tho sum of
UlU.t, with Interest thereon frmn
April 10th, 1910, ut thu rate of 0 Hir
cent per annum, the further sum of
122.92, with interna Ihnreon nl the
same rate from Juno .'10th. ldirt
t t ! rM. t"JMf" l,a,,, Ul" fu'w sum
I12o,00 as atlorney fern. M( tl0
cost and disbursement of this uit, on
account of a note execultd by d.ife. d-
Hill Sri-thnu fi PI...I... .I......I i. . ..!'
nun i . "" rtprn llitn,
1110. In favor of n In nt ir i .t...
Notice Ol Ouardlan' 5k
NOTICK IS HKUKHV uH'KS. iH
the Uttdcrigttod, Uj virtue fl ti'M
liy of an Ofder of lh I ounlf Com. (
th State of Oregon, minlrt IUfl
in u meuriU will from and after 4
I III. day of October. I'Jf t l
f F. It. Ileal, InTIIUii i C,(H
gun, p?II at prlvata alt f sr cn
rnh down aiwl balarWT vll Jffctfl
Pment with Intercut t 7p:d
iter annum, any portion or ll el I
real proiwrty llutel in Til!
County, Orrgon, 1ecrilMTl W'
Ib-glnnlng at a olnl IWJ frt 4
of thf southwest corner if tiloek v&
lwrel 6, in Tillamook i ity, 0tt
and running thence north 210 m
theiicn IVrt . 10.14 fret . ihrMt V
210 fret; and thencti ra.t I03 f l I
trie piact or oeginnlng.
I Mod September I2ih, 191X
(J. II. Ward, (iurd!J
Joseph Hei llaln aiwl Vtrne W
FOR SALE AT
pal amount nbovu nm,) ,..i .i.!.. .
said amount be decreed to bo a
ujton and sgainal tho following do
crihed real projairty, situate In Till.
Sm!'ty reKuJ. i"-wll. All of
tarts Hay Park iiccordliig to the record
td plat thereof on file nK the office of
r ,r. i' "-,,r f Tillamwik
County, Oregon, and that H mortgage
executed by defendant Srethim K
Pl.el,m .-ovcring said property give,
to secure tin- nnvr i VI
-p"K- " 1 iiiiimiHiK uoilutv. Ore.
gon Jm oreclosed and ,...ld pro"rty
sold for the nuriMio of satisfying the
amount claimed hy plalntl f in!i t lr
such other und further" "2 t & &
Court may sue,,, equitahlc. '
Ih msiiinmoris i served by tmbllca.
Hon in the Tlllain.mk Herat ,CeMy
newspaper, by onler of thi 'lloiTor.bf
pre.cr bed for publication , 0X
Is once u week fors x sucesslvo w.ba
mid defendant aro rJqulrTl t Sar
and unswur tin. 1J1. 1 .... lu "l'l"r
the expiration Vf sI'x'wk ' "ft
't of tho first iMibllcaUon 0? nM
JalT,nrrnon;r!,U Scatlon "if
ataplelon i Hlolght, n,l II T liolU.
AUoineys ?or Plttlntllf. '
Adrnlnl-ntrator' Notice ol H
Notice I hereby given that lh
derslgned AdmlnUtrslor of tho Kul
of Mary A. Klchlngcr, dc-csc'.
fileil with the County (oiirt of
State of Oregon, for TllUmiwk C
hi final account, ami that MonJsy,
10th day of November, I'M l '
o'cl(H-k A. M h been IUe.1 J
tlmo, and the Court llouio ef
rnook County, Oregon, m tho ilc
the hearing of the said llnl
and nil (tersona having objcclki"
the said final account are hereby w
lied and required to present tho 1
lo tho Hiild Oturt on or before th
Dated thi 30th day of SepUw
Kobert Klchlnger, Ailmlnl't"'
of thu Potato of Mary A. KIcWM'
Notice of Flnl Scltlcme".
Notice I hereby ulvw: that IM "Jj
ili-rlinil hmm Nll uilth HlU Clef
the County Court of the Ktat of 0
gon for Tillamook. County, hlrflnl
count a Administrator of It'
of Itay WHmp, deMMed, ami by0"
of ssld Court HatUHltvy, Hi" 7
November, 11)18, at tho hour "
o'clock V, M ia Hxed H' "
the County Court room of ni wJ
m the place fer the hearing
Lc V. WIlHun,