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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1913)
Cftc Ciliamook Rerald news from our
c. e. cromfticy, Ediir NATIONAL CAPITAL
1uccl Cu'lcc o Week
Cuctl.iV Jnd FrU1.iv
, Senate Blinking Committco Is
Entered ! evond--lns nuitt.-r Mv IT. UUrt. .it IV jmU o:1W nt rUtt.moeA..
Oregon, under the net of March U, IS?.."
StM.s..RUTlOS SI. 50 A VVK IN VPVVNVK
Likely to Ifeport Four
cent dvert moments
First lnjcrtin, per line - $ .10
Kih stihw-,,wit infcrtion. Hrw .06
Honvstivd Jf 'tiw - 5-00
Timber Claim - - 10.00
Kttce. per line - .06
Card "f thanks, per tin - .06
Ixk'aI. nr line. firt itvertion .7
Knch subsequent liworlKw, Hue
Kk.dution of ondolence ami
IasIkv notice, per lino
Kuiwifei X I'rofn!tonl card. mo.
DitUr Advert "eMnt. imr inch
A 1.1. PpU AJ miMt K in tbl of
fico oo Monday ami Thursday Morn
ing to insure "publication in follow
inc Tulny ami Friday Imuws
Repn r imperative.
TH-SIUY. NOYKMIU-R 11. una.
One now often hears the question : before, awl their oue. are ctnmtltiic
Who t wing to be our next mayor? i for more in municipal overnmenl ami
Several have beon mention! for mat
tnrKrnMe office. among which are the
me. of B ( l,unb, Morris Ixvieh.
I). U Shrode. Chas. Reynolds. Dr.
Kerron. We have not much time to
decide the matter. December 1st, is
A season of petty thievinc seems to
have ;-et in in this community. Locks
are being broken, hoases entered,
chickens. voivl and other commodities
arc be in; stolen. Should the authori
ties cet their hands on any of the
Riiilty parties they should be given the
full extent of the law. the -ly ranking
a pood wbolesnrae tesson of t em.
Some one of I'nion pre - net has
startei an innovation by depositing a
a package of Epsom Salts in the
bal'ot box, addressed to Editor Baker
of the Headlight. We understand that J
several of the Headlight's subscribers ,
have taken the cue and will henceforth
in general legislation than ever before. I
"Were tru secular daily paper only i
won over from the enemv, what a tem
perance forward march there wuuki
DAILY CURRENT FILINGS
AT COURT HOUSE.
rAlrnished by I'actrte Abstract I'o.
W A UK A STY DEEDS.
Dan Ueid to Mrs. S. I. Jenner. lot
15 in bK 5 Tillamook Heach. f 10.
Brighton Development Co. to C E.
ScorteM, lot IS in blk. 97 Brighton ; ...
( E. Schofleld and wf. to School
Dist. No. 4. lot Is blk 07 Brighton
Samuel G. Revd ami wf. to Tape, r
B. lot 13 in blk 6 N'eahkahnio Mt.. $10.
Pacific Utilities Investment Co. to
R. S. McDowell, lots 1 ami 2 in blk. 2:
lot 1. 2and 3 in blk. 3; tou 1. 2. 3. .
Vhinton. D P When the a
nto bunking and enrrency couwiiitian
cttiled IU Oral we of daltoaratlo-.
It nppavirvd re-rUla thai the Mil to h
morted to ibt act.at woulU contain
certain tirc.vla.0ttt Mr tour mtoml
rcaervn, novtiraruaat controlled ban
ytem. the t00.0OO.000 wlOCA uf
which will be offered to the vublte.
With prore on tbti fundittnanUW
ot the aeiuiie tatwaurv )ut bosun, only
the finme work ot the OUn o
raeaaura hat been rmuUued. The mot
radical chainte In the dmlnttrtlon
meaurn ha been the cmupltHe ri
motal of the regional reervo bank
j from bank control, ttrtefly. the fol
low Inn were the pmv!lon ot th
meaoure. which it wa heilevel would
Rovorn Ita final ttrafttaic.
Four rofttonal reserve lwnh with a
total pUallnuIon o.' $100,000,000. ill
vldtnl nccortllnR to the ftuaneJal locu
tion of the centor from which, the
tmnkd will operate.
Absolute control of the banka by the
ro eminent and regional reeerve
boartli, to be appointed by the prwl-dent.
The rciOonnl rttjierve bonk stock to
Ither i or 6 per cent IntortMt
nnd to bo sohi lo the public by ub
ncrlptlon, the babtnee. If any. to be
taken up by iho member btinka. Thl
UH-k will have no voting power, and
will not share In the aurplua That
will accrue to the government.
Co-operation With StJtct Propoied.
If congresii. at the rugulur elon,
w authorise an additional loan ot
... .. . 1 i c wiir in. I., i o ! i t
y! v...... ou..F..u. ... - . . 1 1 nn iun iwift ... fh.. l.miilnn fun I
it,-above mentioned, and apparently ' " X- i: - . b. U,"M , , ,.. ,, " '
so much needed
bv the editor of the
3 in blk. 1 1 ; lots 1 ami 5 in blk 13 ; Its,
1. 2. 3. -t. 5. 6, 7 ami S in blk. 12; lot
1. 2. 3, 4. 5 ami 6 blk. 11 ; lots 2 ui.d 3
in blk 10; lot 1 in blk 9; lota I. 2. 3.
The warm delightful weather which
we are now enjoying ami which we
have been enjoying all fail is in strik
ing contrast with the severe blizzards
which the east and central states have
recently been laboring under. It is
true that it rairs in Oregon, but il is
also true that we have a plenty of as
fine weather as any human being J
u'.i.ilrl ti'icK r lAt Ta rain J?-ir.rr !
-wealth and the beautiful weather glad-1 J!" 1nr 'u. "n'
ii. u . i i- r 1 1 ' 63 Kockawey Heirvh, ;
anyone ask for?
1, 5. 6. 7 and 5. blk S; lot I. -I. 5. 6 A- j
7 blk 7; lot 1, 2. S ami 4 blk 6. $10.
Pacific Utilities & Inv. Co. to N. D. j
McDowell, lot t blk t Netarls Bay
Park Tract. $10.
Christian l.esund A- wf to Han
Lesund, lots 12 & 13 blk SS Pacific addn
to Bay City, S10.
First Bank and Trust Co. to E. C.
lot 47 & 4S blk.
Victor C. Hibbanl & wf to Koe
Carr, lot 17 blk 6 Barview, $10.
j Win. Beard A- wf to Frank W &
t,.. k,. i , ! Myrtle E. Beard Ej of lot 5 Blk 35
culate a fa be impression relative tj , Cla3sic Ridee Beach I
the consumotion of liuuor. It has been F. J.Gattrell to Ernest D Stout and I
heralded far and wide tnat the govern-1 Mary L. Stout, lot 2 bin 2 Manhattan,
ment figures proved the fact that while $165.
more territory has become dry. liquor i Robert Lelar.d Smith and wf to E. A.
drinking has been on the increase. I Fearing, tract in ec 23 T 2 N ft 10 W.
This is not true for after investigation ! adjacent to Maruney Town. $10.
Nenalem Bay Land Co. to Lulu M.
Hayes, lot 6 bU IS Necarney City. $200.
J. D. and Kva L. Swank to Anna De
Young loti 6, 40, 41, 42 and 13 blk 4
Sandlake by the Sea, $1000.
J T. B. Potter Kealtv Co. to Wm. II.
J. Reynolds, lot 21 blk 20 Bayoceah
In accordance with
tlon to be aubnutted by Secretary
Iine. the Interior department will un
dertake. In co-operntlon with the rv
eral state, to redeem thoee Carey act
project which have proven failure,
and which threaten, without nonie
nuch aid. to entail heavy Ion on et
tier wbo have undertaken to ctab
list) home under their cnnal
The plnti of the Interior departtneat
Is to have the federal jtoverninent Join
w:tb the tnte m compietitiK unrey
rt prr!-'ti which hae fallen lulo
rllr.pie through failure of contract
, r. , , f . v- ,r m tit" .
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
If You Can Manufacture Anything
To Do The Mantif acttiring
Froc and NMklal
llMillkllMkllt.S to 111 !
who Mill brills pay
rolls to - -
t h 4'
ma ii ii f at v t ii r I n fx
on .'lial'in 15 ay
Nehalem Hatbot Co.
327 'ihn tld
Caic T K. (loll
it has been discovered that the govern
ment figures prove that less drinking
has been in lulled in of late. The fol
lowing taken from an exchange, ex
plains the matter very nicely.
"The daily papers, so generally
"wet" in their predilections, are fond
of quoting statistics and assertion j Park, $10.
showing increase in the consumption' Irene Douglas to A. A. Yager, track
of intoxicants. j 210 ft by 210 ft in size in Tillamook
"Recently a Government reoort Cit'' Oregon, J1200.
To Whom It May Concern - Notice in
I hereby given that the partnership
heretofore cxlting between the under
signed, under the firm name of Lake
ocean Lumber Co. ami doing huiitti'iei
at Lake Lytic, Oregon, ha been ills-
j Hiilvcd by mutual connent. Suld bul
, ne3 will be continued under the old
j firm name by the underitlgned It. L.
i Baily. who will collect all accounta
,' due to mi id firm and will pay all of the
Dated Nov. 7th. 1913. John M. Braly.
! B. L. Bailey.
Dr. L. 1:
"- iit H.T.BOnS.
OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSU IAN
Olmtetriral Si'eUllit '
;Boti, Pione. ' COMPLliTI: .ShT AHSTKACT.
Ilea, and Otllce : Whitehouio llonldcnce. OllifC L'Dli LMl I , TlllnillOoL
K. A. I). I'i'.KKlNS
Office iii Sttirgrnn IIWU.
All Work (itiHtantcrd.
showed jnusually large withdrawals of
liquors, by ho'esalers from bonded
warehouses cusea by legal regula
tions, a-.d tr..- i :ioers jumcd to tne
concliihion Hal ntuniption of liquor
was ii. '-reasing, wherea.-. it was unly an
incident. il re .id jut-tm .-nt of liquor hold
ings. Under natiunal law liquor may
remain in bund not longer than eight
years, and must then be removed
whether demanded or not. The fact
that the bijf supplies of thafltulT had
remained in bond the limit of time is
proof of decrease, not increane, of
"When the liquor is taken from the
Londed warehouses tho government
tax i paid, and it is then ollicially re
corded as "consumed," but this does
not p. ve that the liquor has been
actually gulped down by drinkers.
Most likely it is held somewhere in
privi'te warehoufees awaiting a demand
"Another point to be remembered Is
Elmer L. Webb and wf. to J. J. Mc.
Ginnis tract in sec 20 T. 4 S 11 10 W,
Percy Sheldon and wf. to C. L. War
den tract in Tillamook City, Ore., $2.r).
F. N. Elliott and wf to J. H. and IL
H. Rosenborg, tiue .lot 16 (n Lincoln
(Tillamook City). $1150.
Forrest.. Ayor & wf to L. P. Oray
NWi Sec. lo T 3 S R S W 160 acres
; Brighton Development Co. to Her
man Jackson lota 11, 15, 10, 17, IH, 19,
20, 21, 22 & 23 blk 41 Brighton Beach,
Brighton Development Co
man Jackson, lot 4G blk 95
Beach, fl 100.
J IN WOMAN'S BREAST
sWaWAYS BEGINS a SMALL LUMP LIKE
THIS and ALWAYS POISONS DEEP GLANDS
IN THE ARMPIT AND KILLS QUICKLY
I WILL GIVE $1000
IF I FAIL TO CURE an CANCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE it Poitoas Bom orDeep elands
NO KNIFE Of PAIN
I DR. ELMER D. ALLEN,
Hat Located in the Commercial Bldg.,
Succeeding Dr. I'. J. Sharp.
All Work Gu-iMntird, li.AU Pluxirv
Orn fivriilnc from 7 until 8 o'clock
i p. m.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon. For the County of Tillamook.
In the matter of the Estate of Wm.
No Pa Until Curtd
lio X TUy or othrr
windla. An liland
pUnt miVc-a tha rura
Aay TUMOt. IUMP or
Bore on tha lip,, fata
or body lonm Ciana
It HtttrPilm until Urt
taca. 120 PACI I00K
cot Utt; tnUmoeUla ii
OiMuaixl rired l yim
WaiTK TO HOMK
Dr. Jack Olson
f Jf lice Hours Irom 'J n. in. to t i.
t.. f..l!.. a t.. ..i.. t i
i fi .nn i irrio i iuuim rnriu
that all liquors recorded as"consurned" Jennie McGhee, Annie HilllnKsi
do not no down the throat of Arneri- 'Charles Curtis and Nellie Murphv
uKKKTINuS : IN THK NAMK OF
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN'S BREAST! J- E- REEDY, D. V. M,
Cama Too Lit.
cancitizenB; some of it ia
sciei title, mechanical and
"The eheerini; fact of the whole
matter i that while brewers, distillers
and wholesalers are anxious to make
believe that the "reform wave" is Bub
Bldii., and liquor-drinking increasinK,
the ct trary is true,
"Moic and more territory is, 'coming
under prohibition. Nine states are
comparatively dry. Tne connumption
of liquor in wet states is over 25 gal
lons per capita, in dry states it is lets
than 1 1-2 gallons.
"Of the remaining 33 states, 30 are
jinjler some form "Of local option. This
'rneins that two-thi'ds of the geograph
ical area of the L nited States is dry
territory and that over one-half the
(population is living u. der prohibition,
"Best of all, there are more temper
We people in tho country than ever
various v,.,i a. v,,. i t....i ...
Wa rafua thnuaanrU
Wa have cured 10,000 In 20 yra.
Address DR. I MRS. DR. CHAMLEY & CO.
A 436 Valencia sr., san frincisco, ml
KINDLY MAIL Itit to iome one with CANCER
appear In the Lounty Court of tho
.State of Oregon, for the. County of Til
lamook, at the Court room thereof, at
Tillamook City in the County of Tilla
rnook on Monday the 15th day of De
cember 1913, at 10 o'clock, in the fore
noon of that day, then and there to
show cause if any thero be, why an
order should not be made authorizing
and liceiiHing tho administrator of said
estate to seii all tho following described
real property, to wit:
Tho Northwest quarter of the south
east quarter and the Southeast quarter
of the Southwest quarter of section
thirty, T 3 S R 10 W Wil. Mer.dess
three tracts sold) containing 72.25!
acres, "" J HMB
Witness, the Hon. Homer Mason
Judge of the County Court of the State
of Oriirnn. fir the Cmiritv nf Tllln.
rnook with the seal of said Court tliaily invited,
affixed, this 8th day of November A. j
D. 1013. R. T. Noals, W. M.
Attest: J. C. Holden, Clerk. I
By Kathleen Mills, Deputy Clerk. ' C. IJ. Tkomulkv, Secretarv
REGULAR COMMUNICATION EVERY
A full attendance is requested
nnd all visiting brothers are cor-
Attorney at Law
Office In Commercial Building
T. H. G0YNE
Land Office Business.
Geo. P. Winslow
Tillamook, Orrpon I"?10",' ,W,,UT
in bond, nil of
Tll.l AHOOK UNDI-inAKI.Nd CO
H. N. IIKNKI.K M.
Four Dix.ru Wi nt (.f Jtnk -rv
f- . ... . . - lW I V I HIMItlll
i unrral Uifaclor nd Ucanird Kmlialnivr attorney' Uvn, liml the
I.inlv AMislant When lleqilt-td.
NO 1 1 CI! OF tlhWll-l'S SMS.
NUTICK IH IIKUKUV LIVKN.
arnl rlitrrrd lit Ihr ( If- u t ' ttlt of Ul
Stain of Oregon, for rttr..xia CSH.
Krrl WlifKlnr rn di'frnlA !, ld tl'
rt-iHloil brlncr In nr il .iv il trlfd
i infill inn lajiuwiriL'
l t . . . .l- ei
i lie .-imiuiunai miarirr i'i w ""
rat iniartrr. uwl Dip half of tf
j houlhrbtt qunrtrr of " i f iX
! tht South rat iunrter it Iht W'i
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E. N. CRUS0N.
i niiiu-r and I'.-ipcr Ha
Con tracts Taken
All Work Guaranteed,
JOHN LELAND HENIOSON
Tillamook County Bank Bldy.
L. J. CLAU88EN
Pioneer Transfer Co.
G. L. DICK & SON, I'ror.
Ihc Sunic Price to Uvcryotie
VOH SAL15 AT
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iMnifiu iniiiii-Hin nmiuiinii'a. -. -, .
Iief1li lllteretit nt the rat" "
rent .or tinnum. All i- t t.t ruwiff
from October nth, UVi
iintwl llilri Octolier II, ui I'
Hhrrltf of Tlllumook ( oimlV. 0f
NOTJCK l;0 PUI1I.I CATION.
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lion to Milled under the provision
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a- i .ii .liilinllli! 8'
vmiwiv ttv millin livnvi i'-"i
to oiijuel I't'cmuo or uiu nun"- -U'Jter
of the li.ml, or for imy ,lni'r. nuu
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