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Cbe Ciflamook Rerald
Issued Civicc .1 WaU
Cuod.iv and Friday
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Kesolultotw of t ondolenoo and
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ALL PirUv A.w muni no in uiw i
fice on Monday ami Thursday Morn
ing to insure publication in follow
ing Twday and Friday .seue.
Reason are imperative.
FKIIWY. (KTOIUSk :U, 101:5.
THE MEXICAN ELECTION
From Journal :
The presidential election in Mexico
yesterday resulted in no choice. I'rob
nblv it i the result for which Huerta
pla-ned. It i bftter for hi. purpose
than hi own election could hav been.
It lca.es him a dictator still, unbound
by constitutional restrictions. He is
the state. His sword is the legislative
(department His ca'.non are the con
stitution of Mexico. His baronets are
the ballot botes. His artillerymen are
the supreme judge.
The republic is deaJ. Mexico is an
empire, with Huerla on its throne He
is a new Maximilian, and Sir Lionel
Carden's lightning-like recognition of
Huerta's dictatorship is alm.ist renew
al of the policy of Napoleon ill. Knur
land's sympathy with Huerta piogrs.n
because of oil concessions is almost a
new edition of the France of lii.
We refused in 1;67 to permit a throne
to be permanently set up in Mexico.
We sent Civil war regiments to the
Mexican border. We sent ultimatums
to Napoleon HI. We threatened and
warnd. We forced the French to
withdraw their troops, and, unsupport
ed by his Ejroaoan allies, Maximilian,
a man of rare and beautiful charactet,
a ruler as far superior to Huerla as
the eagle to the jaybird, was driven
from capitol. captured and shot.
How strange, in vie of American
history and precedents, that there
should be those in this country who
want the Washington government to
recognize Huerta. To do so wojld be
an insult to the best traditions aud the
most sacred covenant of the nation.
Thus, Huerta has issued a decree
raising the Mexican army to 150,000
men. He asked the Mexican congress
for such an army, and it refused. It
limited him to SO.0O0. Then he sent j
105 congressmen to the penitentiary
and suspended the whole legislative
bod. It stood in his way. 1
His rule rests on the army. His
throne is planted on siege guns. His
empire is supported by soldiers, and he
wants more of them vith which to en- .
large his sway and lengthen his tenure.
With a brazenness never before seen
on this continent, lie has suspended the
republic; he has suspended the consti-'
tution ; he has suspended the legislative ,
branch ; he has suspended free speech ;
he has suspended everything but him
self and it is such a Ceasar that Presi
dent Wilson is asked to support with
Every added step in Huerta's con
duct is an unanswerable proof of the
wisdom of Woodrow Wilson's Mexican
Presbyterian Church Notes.
Wo are delighted to report the rapid
procross made on the tun Ming of the
Guild house. The beautiful Indian
summer enjoyed the last two weeks '
a special favor from the Giver of every
good ami perfect gift to enable tho
workmen to do their vor without
To noootnodnta the many rUt for G
instruction In needlework and in plan
ning gift for ChrNtma I am now
h'lrt. at the p.t o IWo at Tillamook, I forming class in eveiy kind of em-
broMcrv cviMisttug of twontyflvo dilTor
ent kinds, also In crvehwt wnrk, lint -tunbotv
lac, bond work, stimclllng,
drawn work. etc.
Never have ha ltd ombtoMerliw been
tuoro sumptuous or bomitlftil In etTaet
oin f tlio now
... 1. -
einpmv vrv urnvj- , 1
thread ami long Milohe. Tlioy mo 9
really vr practical awl leumi the
work may be completed o emllv ami
quickly ovon tho Initio t hou-towivesi
can flml time Ui nmkc ever so nmnv
thine. Some of the no work I sim
plicity itself and I moat faseinnllnsj In 1
its development. Theo are especially j
adapted to the need of tho liy per-:
1 son ami thoy are really woio effective
than mttny kinds of work winch tako a
great deal of time. Ami now that tho
opportunity i- hre to learn all this j
work free f charge and to obtain such
beautiful design in pattern ami t
stamped material, mi 0110 shoukl let
this opjMrtunity pas. by to loam at .
Ieat one or two of tho new unbmidor
io ; for what can bo a mure acceptable I
one' own handwork? The ,
The Hible School net Sumlny will
lie a special day. The Cradle Roll Rift than
department wilt be honored ami tho ; token ma.le by one's self and projiontcd
names of the babies read, and the babies ! at Christina i o much more apprecl-
presented to the Lord as was Jesu in
the temple at Jerusalem. Mrs. Alder
man ami Mr. Sarchet who are in
charge of this department have se
cured the names of twenty-five on the
cradle roll within the last three we'ks.
The. hour for the morning worship is
11:00 A. M. The pastor will speak on
the last theme in the scries "The Gieat
Ideas in the Bible," vix. "Jesu Christ
the Devine Idral of Life." This is a
great subject, ami the general public
are invited to hear it discussed.
ated than a gift purchased all rvndy j
made because, in the handmade, gifts:
love breathes from every stitch. Hy
entering these clasnes now a groAl
many articles can be completed before
Christmas arrive. We havu a beauti
ful lino of pattern for all kind of
handmade article. Tho loasons in em
broidery are free with tho articles
purchased and will bo given at tho
Needlework Shop or privately in your
i own hom.4. i'h ne us to c til at your
J home with some of our sample If it is
Mrs. K. K. Koch will preside at the ' n it convenient to visit our shop. I'hone
organ, and Mrs. MaeKenzie will
"The Lost Chord" by DanWs.
The evening service begins promptly
at 7:30 l M with a song service.
The pastor will speak on t ie subject :
"the Real Church" or the Wibralter of
Protestantism. Mr. Chester McGhee
will render a violin solo.
Donald MaeKenzie, Minister.
Mcthodut Church Notes.
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Preaching at 11 A. M. Theme, -"The
Law of Service."
Junior League at 2:30 l. M.
Epworth League at 6:30 V. M. in the
Intermediate League at GU50 P. M.
in the auditorium.
Preaching at 7-30. Theme "Sowing
ami Reaping" or 'The fiw of Retri
bution." The moving pictures hereafter will
bo on Tuesday evenings.
Prayer meeting at 7:30 P. M. on
These services are for the people ami
all are welcome.
W. J. Weber.
United Brethren Church Notei.
f. i. ..,,.
sing 1 ien. .Main , or .muuai. i.mcuac .
We have stencils ami llattenberg
pattern to loan Co our customers nUo,
Come in ami nee us at once before
the Christmas ruih is on uml we will
help you make all your holiday gifu.
Across the street from Pennington
Art Needlework Shop.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE.
MIAMI LUMHKR COMPANY -Locution
of principal place of busineas:
Ixm Angelei, Calif. - location of works
at Hobsonville, Tillamook County, Ore
gon. NOTICE -There ar delinquent upon
I the following descri!! stuck, on ac
count of assessment levied on the 23rd.
of August, 1013, the several amounts
setopNsite the names of the resec
tive shareholders, as follows:
Name Cert. Shares
If You Can Manufacttite Anything
To Do The Mantif acturing
Free Nitt'N and NpcHul
Iii4luki!ikiitN to tlioc
who will briiij; P.V
rolls to - -
man 11 1 art 11 riiif
011 Aeliah'in Hay
Nehalem Harbor Co.
Po(tUnd tJlfitr, 327 titinj( ttldr,
Tillamook OtUu, Uit V. R. IUaIi
Shcrlfl's Sale of;
WILL NOT RECOGNIZE
LECTION OF HUERTA
NEHALEM JETTY ROCK BOUGHT
Work on the extcni m of the south
jetty, at the mouth of the Neha
lem, will proceed as soon as prelimin
aries are attended, under the ilirection
of Major Morrow, Corps of Engineers,
U. S. A., who received authorization
yesterday from the chief of engineers
to enter into a contract with the
Miami Quarry Company for the rock
at Sl.S'i a ton.
When bids were first opened the
lowest figure on rock was $1.40, and it
was ordered rejected, but on the com
pany shading the price it was found
satisfactory. It will probably be Spring
before the plant will be ready for the
first deliveries. The north jetty has
been authorized as well and the esti
mate for both is $635,33). Taxpayers
of the Port of Nehalern district contri
bute half. They have deposited already
$235,000 and were given credit for
$82,000 previously expended.
Sunday School 10 A. M.
The Sunday School has a place for
all from the cradle roll to the Home
Dept. It is a profitable place to spend
1 an hour in Bible Study.
Morning Worship and Sermon by pastor-
11 A. M. Subject: "The Subser
' vient Will."
1 Evming Service -7:30 P. M.
i Our 1 urpose is the edificaton of be
, hevers and u help men get right with
We invi'.e all to these services.
H. F. White. Pastor.
ChrUtian Church Notes.
, 10. A. M. Bible School. We have a
' good live school and you will find a
' 11. A. M. Preaching by Pastor. Sub
' ject: "Responsibility."
2:30 P. M. Junior Endeavor.
6:30 P. M. Senior Endeavor.
7:30 P. M. Evening Evangelistic Ser
vice. Subject: "Conversion."
We extend a cordial invitation to these
i R. K. Jopc. Pastor.
N'azurene meetings are held in the
old Christian Church or. Tuesday and
Friday evenings and on Sunday at 3 p.
m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 2
L. A. Ganahl
Gaston A. Gunahl
Josephine F. Ganahl
Josephine F. Ganahl
Josephine F. Ganahl
And in acconlar.ee with law
order of tne Board of Directors,
made on the 23rd day of An
N'OTirt-! IS Ift-MtKIIY mVPKJ it..)
A int. I 1... vlrt.i,. lit nn ..fill l,.n uiu Mr.t.. ,.f
l.W Sale isilrd nut of the Circuit Court of
1.50 tho State of Oregon, for Tillamook
ik 1x1 Count), dated the IHth day of October.
J", ' 1I3, In the cause wherein I). F. Tmw.
Ib-" bridge was plaintiff ami Lawrence E.
7.50' Sander and Gertrude A. Snmlor. Tlio
and an!l''rt National Hank, a corporation,
ami 1,. wye, were dorumliintx, uin
a judgment and decree irnilrrnl un!
uocxeteu in saiu court aiHl raiin n.'aiiKt Iiiirria lllniiMiini 1. .1.....
gust, 1913, o many shares of each .said defendant, Lawrence E. SanJers , on, .10.,i ...-. .v .,.,. , ,
parcel of such stock may be nrid Girtruilo A. Sanders, and in favor ' , . " mJ,,rulr ufflcint to bo
rv will be sold at nublie auction i 01 Bal" Pianllli, amounting to JI65.00 w " ' '. " "o. ,m prow
Zl V , 1. r " .' Z l "Jw ,',t'r',l th.-n-on from tho 21th 1 ''I", conerw. w ,,vlrr I,, jfurrta
day or April, IWJ. at the rale of 7 per votm void ami lllnniuet tako iht
cent, per annum; the further sum of lou.i. ,, vliwIir ,,.,
$65.52-taxes; the further .urn of 100 .00 h " vl:"',f""'l-it anil urn- Ihr
attorney's feej;and t2'J.5n rott and ! Jr,it'"y. fxiiilliiK the falling of fur
Mexican Conijress Will Declare
Vote Void and Scat Blan
quct as President.
Motlco City - In Ihi- rrnut Inn! lh)
figure, in th crrcinofliiM x4 t
err.) :mlnut aifdrrit
The prrMcnl IH' t llf.
II" t in Hip nlcb bacVrJ tfuif tkt
urj Uj John lUtlMXk ll
lirr.lil.Hl OTor tlio COfll.ricnUl t
' Kathrlnt Clhlrt WU Voun M
I ICUIii.. w W- Kathpr n Mu
f dur.btir of thf Ulr Hntator ttKtiu
) II Klkln. o marrlml bne lo W
j lUm F II llltt. Ml I M!M
, i prominently before the puUle t
1 . . .
at the office of the Company, at No. 830
East First Street, Lo Angeles, Cali
fornia, on Saturday, the 18th day
of October. l'JH, at the huiir of
10 o'clock, A. M. of said diy,
to pay said delinquent amesHment
thereon, together with costs of
advertising and utnemtcH of the sale.
II. W. Nham,
Office No. 830 East First St., Us An
NOTICE OF POSTPONM ENT.
Notice is hereby given that the sale
. Halt. I... .1... - .. I . .1 ,1 ft... M.... . .
ui.uui.uiinun, 11 tne .uu ui me real 1 mniiirap. 1 111 itiummnni Mat
property i.e onging to ... .1 defendant. ; mmli. by the MejIcAii foreign mlnl.lcr
Lawrence h, .Sanders and (ierlrmle A. I r... ... V. . .
, :ettily in coiiriecllon wl'b rtroftUJ!
hc Wk lo wed the Dilkr Of ABfS'ft
Tim bride ! a KramldaurttUr al
! Unlteit Hiaien Heiialor 0,nr l
j s- ami Mr llltt U a m if a fonsrf
I representative III eoiiKH" ttoa l
Minders herolnnitiT described.
NOW. TIIL'REF.jKE. in order to
satisfy the said judgment and decree,
and $11 00 cost and disbursement duo
the defendant recovered by the defend
ant, Thii First National Hank, agalimi
said defendants, Lawrence E. .Sunders
and Gertrude A. Sanders, in said cause
and the amount due un'thu Imfi'iimm
mentioned aim set out in kald ilcm
Ihu clmmr In the constitution prohlb
Ifng the prnfdiu from nucceedlnK
I: i.;clf do not nppl) to the ce.
presldant. Henor Mohitlio eiplnlned.
and IliaiKjuot would bo nllclliln for
The returns conttrtun to pile up plu
mllflit for 1 he ailmlnlsirailon ilcki
postponed until Monlay, the 17th day . Nutlonal Bank, and against mml (o-
of November, 1913, at the same hour I ".'V' ',,v"'; K- K"ders and
in.irih.re "our 1 Gertrude A. Sanders, ..mounting to
and place. the sum of $200,00, together with in-
Our Personal Guarantee
to all Skin Sufferers"
We have been In business In this town
lor some time, and we are looking to
build up trade by always udvlslnc our
So when we tell you that we have
found the eczema remedy and that we
land back of It with the manufacturer's
iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend upon It that we clve our
advice not In order to sell a few bottles
of medicine to skin eurterers, but be
cause we know how It will help our
business If we help our patrons.
We keep In stock and sell, all the well
known nlcln remedies. Hut we will say
this: If you are suffering from any
kind of skin trorhle, eczema, psoriasis.
raBh or tetter, we want you to try a full
Ize bottle of D. L, D. Prescription,
Aad, If U does not do (he work, this
bottle will cost you nothing. Tou alon
Again and again we have seen how a
few drop of till simple wash applied
to the skin, takes away the Itch, In
stantly. And the cures all seem to be
u. u. u. I'rescrii
D. D. U. Laboratories
made by the
of Chlcairo. la
composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of
wlntergreen and other healing, soothlnv,
cooling Ingredients. And If you are
Just crazy with itch, you will feel
cootlieil und cooled, the Itch absolutely
washed away the moment you applied
this O. D. V.
We have mad faat friends of more
than one fasilly by recommending this
remedy to a skin sufferer here and
there and we want you to try it new
on our positive no-pay guarantee,
I.AMAH'H DUVr, KTUHII
Tillamook Cltj-, Orrgcii,
of the above delinquent stock lias been favor of the said defundi.nl, Tin, First ! '!vw" lm,,l,,r "f Oithollc parly
"ihi in ursi were eilreimilj Optimis
tic, admit the probahllliy of the elec
tion of liuuria and lllaiMiiiet.
The majority of senator and dep.
lilies reported elecied Hi ui. fr aro
said to be member of the Catholic
There wi no disorder In Mcilco
City, Tho polling places onniied nt a
By order of the Board of Directors.
Dated Oct. 18, 1913.
II. W. Isham.
Office -No. 330 East First St.. Us An
Administrator's Notice of Hinul
Notice is hereby given that the tin
dersigned Administrator of the Estnto
of Mary A. I'.tchinger, deceased, has
filed with the County Court of tho
State of Oregon, for Tillamook County,
his final account, and that Monday, tho
10th day of November, 1913. ut 10
o'clock A. M has been fixed us tho
time, and the Court House of Tilla
mook County, Oregon, as the place for
tho hearing of the said final account.
and all persons having objections to
tert thereon at tint ratuof K nor n...i
per minum from tho 25lh day of Juno
11)10, tho further sum of $50,00 attor
ney 'h fees, and $12.50 cost and ills,
burr omenta, recovered In suid court on
the l llh day of November, 11)10; anil
aiso mu cosia anil expense nf il.U
IS to derlirned has fil..;i u,l. .1." Vi . ..
the said final account are hereby noti- the County Court of the State of Ore
fled and required to present tho same Kon 0T Tlllitmook County, his final ae.
to the said Court on or before the hear
writ. 1 will, on the 22M.I',!, v t M,.. .V"" ' .... ' ' V "V"1
ber. 1013. a the hour of m ,VJ.'l. . , l,,m " l'l-red to be
at the front door of tho County Court'
house in Tillamook City, Oregon, sell
at public auction, to the highest hldilur.
for casn In hand, the real property be
lonxlrig to said defendants, Lawrence
h. Sanders iiiid Gertrudo A, Sanders,
situated In T amonk rVimiir (... ..'
describe'd as tollows: ' h '"
The northeast quarter of section
four, In township four eouth of range
nine west of thu Wlllamutle Meridian
contali Ing 138,97 i.eres, more or less
Dated October 21th, 1913.
SherlfT of Tillamook County Oregon.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hsrtiby Klyen that the un-
a representative class of citizens,
I Dlax Seeks Refuge on Wsrshlp.
! Vera Cruz, General Felix Dint,
j much ngliatud and declaring his life
1 was In danger, took rcifunn In tin.
I'nlled Htntns consulate, enterliiK by
n rear door lifter a flight over thu
housutops from his hotel, Consul
Cnnudu ndvlsod him to board u nuvy
liiUNch, which he did, mid went 011
board tho Wheeling. Ijiter hu was
trnnsfiirred by order of Itear-Ailmlriil
Fletcher to the fh.Kshlp, the Umlsb
Dated thta 30th day of September.
Kobert Elchinger. Adrnlnlst rator
of the Estate of Mary A. Elchlmrer.
count as Atlm nistrutor nt ib.. i.t..,..
of Itay Wilson, deceased, and by order
of said Court Saturday, the 8th day of
November: 1913, at the hour of one
u uiuea j . m., is iixen its the time and
REDEDICATE CONGRESS HALL
Prstld.nt Wilson Occupies th Hit.
torlc Chair Ut.d by John Hancock.
Philadelphia, Confess hull, In his
toric Independence square, whera the
sonata and house of representatives
nnt from 17flu in inn
, P ilVt
the Countv Court rno.n t "'1 , ' "
as the pfuco for thu hearlnFof u d tH,,rltl0 rcl.es, th. oc
final nccount. K mnrkliiK the comnleilon ut ti..
Lcp V.Wilson, I restoration of (he hall to almost 11.
New Vnrk. The Keicrnl foa
tlon of 1IU3 nf Hie l'roieint Kp'"
Il rhurnli paused Into hist -ry I k"
less deadlock on two Importanl rf05
tl'ons. will, ihe moot far res'ldn "I
Of legislation before ll iincoililrrrl H
one house lieeiiuso of an error In l'
other, mid with a positive refuwl M
rotislder a requrnt of Hi" . Worn"'
Christian Temperanre union Hi
fermented grime Juice be ptllUttHl
for wine In Hie communion rlc-
On Ilia. nr.. in. ui.l In M lahlltl. a MP'
title bishopric for negroes In the
and 011 the proposed elimination 0 l"
words "Jews, Turks, Infidels sad
etlfis," the house of bishop "d 111
nntisi. of ileiiutUs were lle.lltlle'f,,'
n.i llw. nr... In relllllro ,,
Ihlrds vote to cliiiiigo the imw" oti'
uliurcb, adopted by lh upu'"
bishops refused to act becu" "
resoluilon wns sent to llmni ot
dy befom adjournineiil, wlilledl
adopted by the lower house """j" .
two weeks ago, The orlKln"' ur'
tht resolution wus mlsluld,
a.... . nafsstt'-
Portland. Thre thoiisaml fool
nihuslssts iaw tha Multnonish ci
defeat Washington state collfl
Winged "M" flela, 7 to 0.
union wins, ar-v, ,
Kiin.Ily a icor of 2T to v,
iron eliminated Idaho from me r"
the conference football chwpie,,w
j oiualnal aiiUuiirunre.
on Klncsjd field.