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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1913)
Cic Ciliamook Rera.d
C. G. CromMcy, editor
Istmcd Civicc j lUcck Cucsd.iv Friday
Kntored n eond-eli. matter M.iv 17. HMO. at the ,vvt oilleo at Tillamook,
Orejjn. under the wot of Matvlt 8, IS?.'.
SrHSVKU'nON S1.M1 a viuk in apvv.wk
' ecsl Advertisement
ltrt lnwrtion, per line - 5 .10
K.ioh MitauMurnt Insertion, line .
Homestead X ttoe - R-W
Timber CUims - UV00
Notice, per line -
fanls of thurksi. per line .f
Locals, 'fr hrie. rirt tnwrtion "i
Knch subsequent insertion, lino
Resolution of ( omtolenoo and
1xlfle notice, per line
Disulsv Advert 'soment. per irteh
ALL Pisplsv Ad must bo in this of
fice on Monday and Thursday Morn
injs to insure publication In folk
ini; TtMfldny and Fridny isamta.
Reason are imporutive.
FN I PA Y. .NOYKMlUvR 121.. HU:..
Kverybodv fc-wmn that YOU write
your own editorials iro. I?ker. for
the simplest person in town would
have more se;ie than U write Mtd
publish the stuiT contained in your last
The paramount issue before the peo
ple of Tillamook City at this time is
the pavinsr issue, it overshadows all
other issues. All classes iucludini;
wets and drys stand shoulder to shoul
der righting the common enemy, the
tactics uod all alone by the friends of
the Warren Construction Co., vis: of
endeavoring to etuse strife ami dis
sension anient; our people so that we
miht be tho more easily plucked. Ac
cording t the Headlight's argument It
woul I bo right ami just to make tho
abutting property owners pay Sl.lW
per square yarvl for an Inferior pave
ment rather than throw the settlement
of the same upon the city, no matter
at how low a price the city might be
ablet o settle for. Many of the abut
ting property owners are poor people
who will have to make a tremendous
sacrifice if they are compelled to pay
the full price for their pavement, and
some miitht lose their property entirely
Because Messrs M.W. Harrison, H.F.
Goods peed. John Lamar, Henry
Woolfc, Dave Martiny and sixty of under such a condition, but this mat
more other cilixeiu nave seen tit to iters not to the Headlight, for accord
onraniic to protect their property in-! m t k argument they have no rights
terests in the paving controversy they I whatever in the case: city otficial can
are being slrndered and maligned in a o ahead and force people to pave re
shameless manner by the Headlight. gardes of their wishes, ami then give
thorn an inferior pavement for a top
The snap shot man say: "The snnp
shot man will don his righting pants
etc " As Bro. Haver is always on the
scrap and so far as we know has no
other kind but Sghting pants, we are
led to belice upon coniidering the
above that he has been running about
in his shirt tail of late. The vicis
situdes of the paving controversy are
certainly great and numerous.
notch price, and wnen they kick about
it, disregard their protost with the ar
gument that they must piy for It
whether it is worth a cent or not, be
cause if they don't the city will have
to. W hut roll
. V . ' . I same
and wrong to lorce citizens to pay lor
other peoples' improvements." How
about it Bro. Baker, if we are not
mistaken you had not a word of protest
to make when the county laid a fine
stretch of hard surface paverrent in
front of your property, thereby en
hancing the value of the same several
hundred dollars without a cent of spe
cial cost to yourself? Mighty fine was
We have not heard the name of a
candidate mention in opposition to F.
R. Beats, the citizens candidate for
mayor. We do not believe anyone
will oppose Mr. Beals. If anyone
should be foolish enough to allow his
name placed in nomination h would at
once be proclaimed a tool of the Warren
Construction Co., and his defeat would
be certain. We understand that an
etlort is being made in some of the
wards to plac1 candidates for th; coun
cil in nomination in opposition to those
nominated at the citizens' caucus. Who
ever would be unwie enough to allow
his name to go before the voters under
present conditions woul J also be class
ed as a tool of the A'arren Construction
Co. Our advice is: Let the citizens'
ticket be elected without opposition
it would have the proper moral effect
upon the Warrren Construction Co's.
fighting forces in this vicinity.
! Since the county court has published
. its oitimated budget 'for 1911 e.tpendi
j lures there hs been considerable dis
! cussion pro and con in regard to the
The amount which the court
anticipates raising amounts to $-ltl, -227.75,
SI2t.sat.71 more than was
raised last year.
Tne main reasons for the anticipated
increase in taxes are as follows: 375,
000 suie tax which is considerably
more than was levied last year, last
year's state tax being llcOOO; poor farm
and expert advisory work $20,000; ad
ditions, overhauling and furnistung
court house $32,000.
The anticipated budget for the com
ing year is certainly a heavy one and
those who are oppoied to it believe that
while the timber irwn will be opposed
to it, it wilt also pinch some of tne lit
tle fellows a great deal harder tnan it
will the limber men.
Those who are in favor of the bud
get as it now stands contend that as
the timber man pays 8ic out of every
dollar of taxation, we should go .thuud
and make wht improvement wo can
with the timber man's money before
the limber is taken from the land.
The state lax has to be paid; the ap
propriation of $23,000 for poor farm and
advisor work is greatly desired by the
farmer; and the improvements to the
court house nre aUo greatly needed ;
however, it is felt by some that with
all of this extra taxation piled on at
once it will work a hardship on the
tax payer. In making the anticipated
budget the court felt that as the timber
man nays Huch a large percentage of
the tax the resident tax payer would
be benefited rather than hurt because
of the large amount of extra money
that would be brought into the county
by a higher levy.
A meeting of the tax payers of the
county is called to meet at the court
house on December 6th, at which time
The Mayor and city Council are em
powered under our faulty City charter
to make any kind of street improve
ment they may deem proper regard
less of cost. The Harter administra
tion saw fit to lay the most expensive
paving on the market at Si 'J-i per yard
plus COc per yard for excavating and
other charges equally as unreasonable
thereby creating an indebtedness the budget will corne up for discussion
against the property of Widow Stewart It is hoped that a good representation
of approximately $800.00. Now comes will be present from different purls of
the Warren Construction Co. and the county and the matter thoroughly
speaking through its organ, the Head- discussed. Our advice to the county
light, otters a new brand of equity and court Is for that body to find out as
reasons thus: Mrs. Stewart has no near as possible as to what the people
moral right to contest this claim against - want and then give it to thern. No
her property though she is able to es-1 matter how bad wo may need improv
tablish that the pavement is utterly ments, if the people do not want them,
worthless for the reason that the city they should not be forced upon them
might subsequently be sued by the it, the other hand, tho people want
Warren Construction Co. and a judg- these improvements and are willing to
ment miKht be obtained in some trivial j I)Ut up their lCc with tho tlrnberrnan's
There deed be no uneasiness felt that
any jury will give the paving octopus a
85c why give thern the improvements.
providing of course, you don't get into
too serious trouble, with the timber
judgment against this city in any ap- man. Because the timber man has
preciable amount in the face of Judge never started a rumpus over high tax-
Campbells' sweeping decision and the 1 atln is no sign ho never will, and this
overwhelming evidence in the hands or i 's "-' pemt we should give al least
the Citizens Committee.
The Headlight is bound to have it
that the city us a whole will have to
pay for our pavement. We will state
again as we have stated before, that if
the abutting property owners do not
have to pay for the pavement because
it is of inferior quality and not up to
specifications, surely the city will not
have to pay for the same. This cry of
putting the coit of the pavement on to
the city as a whole is in line with the
.NOI ICH RU IHim.lCAI'ON.
Deport incut of I'lte Interior.
l. S. LAN' I) OFFICK t 1'ortl.utd.
Orvgon, Novembers, UM3.
Notice in hereby given that Irene
Willi, of ItlniiH'. Oreuon, who, on
Jtuuinrv 2S. ItUS. mado lloinontoml Kn
trv No. KW4S. for SW. M-otttMi In.
Township 3 South. Kango S West. Will
aniotte Meridian, has llltl untie f
Intention to make Ftn.il Cotmmilntloit
I Proof, to ewtnblltdi cliom to the Itoul
' above described, before tho County
Iflftk of nilninook County, Oregon, nl
.Tillamook City. Orrgiui, on the ItUh
da, of IVivmber, tlUS.
Claimant nu nc w itr.o.nns ; Mat
i ttiuw Thotmnon, Lee V. Gmv, llenn
Davis, Josephine KIiik. all of lllnin'.
Oreyon. H. F. HICUY.
NOIICI: VOM I'lMU.ICAl ION.
Department ol the Interior. '
I'. S. LAND OFFICK al I'ortUml.
Oregon, November X U'Ul.
Notice is hereby given that Josephine 1
King, of ttlaine. Oregon, who, on Jn- !
nary 2;t, 11U2, made llomestend F.nlry,
No. imit, for -SKI. Section 10. Town
ship ; South. Knnge 8 Went, Willam
ette Meridian, has fllrd notice of Inten
tion to make Final Commutation Proof, J
to establish claim to the land alnivo
descnted. In-fore County Clerk of
Tillamook, County, Oregon, at Tilla
mook City. Oregon, on the Itith day of
Claimant names as wltneses: lre
1'. Gray. Irene Willis. Albert J. Me
Gough. Mrs. Minnie Wilmot. all of
Blaine. Oregon. II. F. H1C.1IY.
NOTICE OP SMKRIPF'S 3ALU Of
KUAI. PKOPtiHl V
If Yoa Can Manufacture Anything
NOT1CK IS HF.UF.tlY G1VKN. that
bv virtue of an F.ieoution Issued out of
the Circuit Court uf the State of Ore- ,
gon. for the County of Multmntuh, 1
dated the 1st day of November. 11M3, 1
in the cause wherein F it. Ileal w
plaintitf and the l'L-lrtc City Kealtv
Company w defendant, upon n judg- ,
ment theretofore rendered ami dK-kol-ed
in suiil cauM ami court : Huid judg
ment boing against the snld defendant,
the Pacific City ttealty Company, and in
favor of the said plnintilf. F. It ilea la, ,
ami amounting to $l.'M t)0 with inter
est thereon at the rate of i" it cent j
per annum from She '23rd day of Oct-
iler, 1913, ami S12.2& cost ami dis
NOW. THKKKFOKK. in udur toi
satisfy the said Judgment ami the coal ,
ami expense of thi writ. 1 will, on j
the 6th day of December IU 13. at 10 I
o'clock a. m., at the front door of the
County Courthouse in Tlllarno.k City.
Orugon, sell, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hnd, lh
reil property of the said defendant,
situated in Tillamook Counly, Oregon,
ami described as follows:
Lots t. 5. 6. 7. lit. jo "0, ami '21. of
Block 3; ami Una 8 ami 9 of Block 7,
all in the town of Pacific City, Oregon.
Dated November 7th, 1013.
H. Crenshuw, Sheritf of
Tillammik County, Oregon.
NOriCI: OP SMI:KU;P'.S SALI: OP
KliAl. PKOIM-KI Y
NOTICIi IS MKKKBY GIVEN that
by virtue of a judgment ami decree
made ami entereJ on the 31t dav of
October, 1013, in a certain cause tic I
ing in the Cirruit Court of the St.itr .f
Oregon for Tillamook County, wherein
Kudolph Zachman in the pliintur an 1
Jame Verno", Sr. ami Jane Doe Vcr
non and C, K. Hailley are defendant
ami by virtue of an execution duly iss
ued under the judgment and dc-rce
aforesaid on the 5th day of November
1913. the undersigned sheritf of Tilla
mook County, Oregon, on T-urdav,
the llthdayof December, lUl'J. before
the Court house door of TillamrKx
Countv, Oregon, at the hour of ten A
M. of said date, will otfer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash in
hand the following described real prop
erty, situated in Tillamook County,
Beginning at a point feet South of
the Southwest corner of Block 2, in
the town of Lincoln, now within the
corporate limit of Tillamook Citv,
Uregon, and running thence South 3.'
feet; thence East 100 feet; ther.ci
norm .u leel; theuce west 100 feet to
the place of beginning, being the south
half of 70 feet of the entire north end
of Blocks three anil four now occupied
oy wie .. u, ii. i.aunury.
i nu loregoing Haio snail tie made, iih
by the aforesaidCourt ordered, first, to
sausiy a judgment made and entered
in the above entitled Court and rause,
in favor of said plaintitf Kudolph Zach
man, against said defendants, James
Vernon, Sr. and June Doe Vernon for
tne sum or Vi..ii with interest thereon
at tho rate of 0 per cent per annuu
from January 7ih, 1913, and tho fur
ther sum of J20.00 attorney's and filing
ieca, aim me luriner sum or tJG.Yf),
costs and disbursements incurred by
said plauitlfT; and, second, to satisfy a
judgment obtained in said court and
cause in favor of defendant. C. E.
II ad ley, against said defendants Jnrnes
Vernon, Sr. and Jane Doe Vernon, in
the sum of $2000.00, with interest
thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum from October 21st. 1912, and
the further sum of $.'00.00 attorney's
fees, and the further sum of $8. GO costs
and disbursements Incurred by said
C. E. 1 1 ad ley.
Dated November 6th, 1913.
Jf. Oenshaw, .Sheriff of
Tillamook County, Oregon.
Do The Mantif acturing
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Nehalem Harbor Co.
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tnrxi thmi anrllili.r I i4a er lilrd
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tillr tliat I lint t atop work nht In
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Slnaii'i I.lnlmrrit unit ciirnl uif tiarwl."
At oil DaaUra. 2Sc
SOc. and 11.00
Knd for Slnan'
Imiik on linfici,
rattle, tinea and
Dr. IAMS. UOJW.bc
II. Hewitt H.T.BOHS.
nSrKOl'ATIIIt: I'll VSIf'lAN'
I'.p ntnl (illlro: Whitdivnt KraiMenec.
It. A. I). I'KllKI.S-h.
fJlfieo III .MilUTOII llltlp.
All Work Oiiaralitrnl.
DR. ELMER D. ALLEN.
Hi Locted in the Commercial Bldf.,
Succecdinr Dr. P. J. Shrp.
All Work Gturiiilrrd, PU,MX.
Oilier Hrnir.! ? !" 2. "'
! 10 1!JJ p.
Orn I'.vrnliiBi from tinlll 8 oVIik'1
COMPLETt: SET OP ABSTRACT
Ollicc 10:..L'0I, hllaml
T. H. G0YNE
Land Office Businm
We have always thought that a tax
payer league in this or any other
county would be a kooJ thlnj. H is
true tho county court Is elected to do
i i ... .i . . .
inu uutsincBB oi ine county, nut we
believe that the court would be better
able to learn the wants of the people
throuih a taxpayers leaiue than other.
...I .1 .11 it. . . . m i mi I ii'L' L I I ..
wine, unu uiter an mo rnemners or the """" "reoy mvon mat no
county court are nothing more or Iuhh 1 Hunting or tresinmsinc will be allowud
than servants of the people ' WtrU Hay Oj. property, Including
and should give them, us near as Hio andaplt ut K tarts Hay,
they know how, what they want. ' Wuta NeiUon
Tho undersigned wishes to notlfv tho
public that he will not bo resoonslble
for tho debts -contracted bv bU nn
Grain to Bring Millions.
Winnipeg. Manitoba. The, Kovern
mout of Saskatchewan anriniirici'd that
the grain harvest this yymt would ht
valued ut $110,000,000, of which $71 .
000,000 Is represented W.14t '.
$2C,000,000 In oats.
Philippine CommUslon Adopts Law
Mimllu. The untl-sliivery law J
passed by corifjrwiH, .XOept for several
flight nmrnrJinenm, wns ndoptod by
' ''M',!, i i- i iT!T)frj on,
The Herald OfTlco Is now located In
the now Masonic bldg, Ulyu us a call.
Dr. Jack Olson
Otllce Hours from J . ,. to f, ,,, m
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M.
Tillamook , , Oregon
Attorney at Law
Office In Commercial Building
Geo. P. Winslow
ATTOINi;V AT LAW
H. N. 1 1 UN HI I . r.
IK-nlel lu Hiillding Konnerly 0P
llv Curl I'ltlxlnf.
Funeral Diractnr and IJrerUed
Lady Assistant When lleiocilfi
E. N. CRUSON.
fainter mid Vtwr Utwm
All Work Guariiitad,
JOHN LELANI) HENDERSON
A I.. . a .
Tillamook County Bank Bldg.
G. L. DICK Ac SON,
The Same Price to Uvcryo
FOR SALI? AT