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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WPPif.'rriccnt, .t .
, EST5IRCULATIONOr ANV PAPER ,N TlLUAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Orp.gon, Dhcrmiikk 1).
It in the aim of this liitnl to give
the bent limtkiiif; wi'vieo possible
-anil we do it. f
It in also oar aim to have the
very bent equipment such n$
Modern Kin? Proof Bunking
K'oom, I'irc Proof Vault, Itur
jjar Proof Safe Modern Safe
heportil Moven and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
First Showing of
lome in and Look Them
TILLAMOOK DRUG STORE
if ili lit
I1TJLK Am ABHTHACT
LAW : ABSTRACTS : KIvA L IvSTATIv
SrUYIvYINl. : INSPUANCI-:
Ulamook Clay Works
KREBS BROS., Props.
have now a limited .supply ' brick and drain
ready for the mantel at tne ioiiowjuk
BRICK, - - 0.00 PER THOUSAND
3- IN. DRAIN TILE, $ 6.00 PER THOUSAND
4- IN. DRAIN TILE, $20.00 PER THOUSAND
Located (5 miles south of Tillamook on main
DELSMAIV & DOLAN
OIJNMKAU CMHNT CONTRACTORS
Idewalks, Floors, Foundations, Chimneys,
Building Blocks, Brick,, fctc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
ImCEfATIiMRNnBLOCK: FACTORY COR. 2ND AVE. EAST
JOHN LHI.ANI) HHNDHRSON
Attofiiry 4l Lav.' Mui NoUry Public
Tax Payers Discuss
Budget for 1914.
TILLAMOOK'S CLOVER INCREAS.
ED BY GYPSUM LAND PLASTER
Lour! House wai Packed to the Do
With Interfiled T Payers. De
ectioni Frosi All Pari of
In m ,h I . - l r i
i.irno wiwi nuipnuric cll, and I known I Touriiti
... I. ... I - . .. .. . f . . .1
t " vuviiiihiii nn nuipnaie oj l.lme. In
vu'iy Umo U was called "Land
:r." i GYPSUM
lUll'MUM IS ONE OF T IK
M03 POWERFUL AGENCIES
KNOWN TO 8UCCE.SSFUL AND IN
TELLIGENT ACKICULI'UKK. It has
U'tm Awl at u fertilizer from the time
of UiOjGreek ami Romans.
Thcte In ii story that Henjamin
FnwikHn sowed Gypiurn upon u clover
liolil that tho words "This Held haw
been flustered" were written In Gyp
sum upon tin; middle uf the Held, and
could Jc rend there because of the
moro Vigorous growth of tho plants an
long i; the crop remained.
GrpMRn it a Natural Mineral Manure
There arc Three primary plant fixh
jot.fy phosphoric arid, and nitrogen.
;Ti tbeie should be udde I Lime as ma
terially influencing the availability v,f.
I the to former. These are so-called
' "critical oi! ek-menli" which constl
; tuto the valuable portion of direct
j fertilizer. Gypitim is mainly an in
jUlr.ct fertilirur. It acta by setting
ireu plant ftMI already in the noil, and
...... I.. .1 la .. II 1 I
that tho budtiei ; v ,K " ,u:v "'r. "",nl w-
form i.n.1 c 1 01 1,10 nalur"1 "Upply of plant
Unxl In the eoil is in i.n umivnllabte
condition Gyjrmim so nets tixn this
chumlcally a to render it immediately
lo the tonality of the proreodlm;. the j . V . . . .,
cuurti would aattl thf aino. l h"" ". i,UC0,"Jnr' "nl diT
... . . , , ' '"!tio, I" Kupplyinc plants with both
Motion w made ami carrlcl thl-,.m ntl Sulphur. boUi lm,rint ele
oach nm of Ihuikc. M uken up uwl wnU ( pnl economy, in case the
"Vvi L f ... ! ",N doflcil,"t ' i"RrxlienU.
I he Hem of &76.0U0 for atate l.ix wim i , .
"v iituiivvi jiv.iuiiui i.uiii prev
iously referred to in mainly exertej
tmuin .li.t ...l....u 1.
vert, machinery and road a ipervbwr .... .,, , . . . .
i , . . , . , the oiI. Potash is an extron ely
kalartua wn taken up for d .elisi on. i.. ... . i . ,
' ... ,. , ' , " : important element in plant growth.
I Ktntnel llawltini. made a motio" to cut'. ., . ... ,:. . . ,
On Friday afternoon of lat week, '
pur.uant to a call provlwualy Imui-d,
taxtmyera from nil parU of the county
innt at the rutirl hotuc lo ilUcuna the
M I..... .... . .1
uuok.'i ior ino cnnutntf year.
'IlKiro wa a very laro turnout, the
cmirl room lwln packed, rnany not
Iwliitf ablfl t i aocure admittance.
Jude Mason called the meeting to
"""' nnr wiiiruttm. maxwell was
made permanent chairman and 1ho.
Coattn ecrrtnry of the moetlnj.'.
At the reUet of Mr. Maxwell,
toriey S. M. Johmiuri read tho
boarlni; upon th nubjart under
CUwhiti, ami a I iv i the IhiJkcI.
Aftor the budjqt was reail ,orne dis
rwlon tiHik place a to the legality of
the lrtjdel a tHiblmhed. It beinjj tho
oMtMilion of Attorney Jolinon and
othflrs that the budget wan not sulllcl
ently itonilsod a riiired by law. Co
unty Attorney Gvrsonl put forth an
wa uilvertiMI In It prtwr form, ami
as county attorney he would advise the
dlculiii of th budijol lo pneed ami
If there was any controversy In regard
Will Have Cha nee lo
Oregon; Depoiits on Increai: in
Oregon Banks; Poultry Fro
ducli Add Wealth.
THE UNION TEMPERANCEMEEHNG
The union temperance meeting which
wf held at the Presbyterian church
lust Sunday was attended by a lare
audience. S. W. Grathwell, the speak
er of the evening delivered a splendid
and convincing address in support of
the prohibition cause.
Ihe evenings oroRram was inter
spersed with som m-jslcal selections.
Mm. 1). A. MacKenzie rendered a vo
cal solo very beautifully; Mr. Koch
and Miss De War played a violin duet
which was well received by the aud
ience and Messrs. June, MacKenzie.
More ' WMtA! an'J 1uck rendered a vocal quar-
prac- ! W.M very mucn "PPreciated.
i ue ineeuoK was very enthusiastic
ami the telling KlnU made by the
speaker were received with much ap
plause. The interest and enthusiasm displayed
at the meeting last Sunday night tells
us but one thin and that is: The tem
perance sentiment is on the increase
even in Tillamook.
! paid without ilifcu9iun after which ,
the itotn of JJ60. IW for highways, cut-
Portland, Ore. Dec. 9 (Special)
What OreKon needs in the way of ad-
verimm: and how to et it, was out
line! clearly by a number of prominent
speaKnrs at a monster convention hell
the past week at Koseburg.
than 1,000 persons, rcpresuntinK
tically every line of commercial
activity in the Northwest, attended the
meeting, and they pledged unanimous
co-operation to support a statewide
exhibit at Ashland during the period
covered by the Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion at San Francisco. "Ashland is
the natural gateway of the North
west," said Tom Richardson, the
originator of the movement, "ami it
is the first impression that counts."
An official of the Southern PaeiPc,
who is also closely connected with the
Exposition, anounced that stop-uver
privileges would be included in "11' Approval of the bid submitted by
tickets over his line, that the railroad Gtebisch & Joplin for the construjtion
company is anxious to further any ' of the north jetty at the entrancs to
movement which will result in an in- Tillamook Bay has been given Ly hief
ereasu of population in the Northwest of Engineers Kingman and the contract
and is willing to bear a fair share of:'8'' awarded at the office of Major
the cost of the work. Jay J. Morrow, of engineers, U. S. A.
From a financial standpoint Oregon rhuir bid ot S.&M was the lowest
is distinctly all right. A statement! received-
just issued by the State Superintend- j The estimated cost of building tho
cut of banks calls attention to the fact jetty, dredginc in the inside and of im
proving the channel generally was
GIEBISCH & J0PLIN
GEf JETTY CONTRACT
that the present cash reserve is 31.8
per cent, nearly 10 percent more than
required by law. Deposits in the 170
state banks and S5 national
have increased $7,0.-M,53 during the
past yearwnile total resources have
placed at $314,003, half of which sum
was donated by the Port of Bay Citv.
batiks The other half is to be borne bv the
Government which already has appro
priated saw.OOO toward tnc project.
the lor.Kol,.h. npproprTiron lo 5100 rM . - - - u Mncrent-H $9.6DG.B.- -Tiu...25R-bki IWremainder of iUurOMI.OM.
l1l,ldt veh,p,Hl hhk dtscuslon which r ,CI, lnto lh(1 wmMtMon o in the state show total deposits of it i3 announced, will be available whn-
slmwwl that the farmers present were',( ,t fimm, n . , S132.T62.167. with total resources of CVCr noeded. The contractors will be-
no i in iiiviir ui mucn oi n cut in mis , ,,,,. . i : ... .. . Sllirf.-lUJ.SVi.
i fund. On motion this Item of thu bud
get was laid on the table to tie taken
On account of Ihe largo number of
j inallers.lo be ilUclisicd most of the
smaller items in the budget -were
pasted without discussion.
' The item of fl. SHI expense of runn
ing Treasun r's office was cut $100").
! The next item to come up for discus-
lamouts, .Numoruus investigations show I
; that when potash it- deficient in the
soil, or unavailable. Plants sutTer
greatly, the woody portion of the
plant and the fleshy parts of the fruit
being dependent ujion the influence of
How and When to AdpIv Gypsum
Gypsum is sold In a pulverized con
dition an) is easily applied. It may be
either plowed In, drilled in, placed
slon was the appropriation of $11.00') jIllKml lhlvrooU llt t,1L. tjmo ,,f ,,,,.
or sown broadcast, depending upon 'hi
time of year and condition of the crop,
While it is the more immediately ef
for bridges. In regard to this matter
the court was asked to explain as far
a It could where this money was to
f bo expended. Judge Mason made an
explanation which was to the tttfect
, that $0,UX) was to be spent in his
district iind gave some of the localities
as to where II would bo spent. Com
1 mlssluuer Farmer stated that $10,000
was to be spent in his district, and
gavu some of the localities as to where
ll would be spent. Commissioner Kd
per stated that .'0,000 was to be spent
in his dlstricl and stated that his ap
propriation was to be spent In building
a bridge across tho Nehalem river bo
tween Wheeler and Nehalem. This
proH)itinii was hack el by thu citizens
of Nehalem and Attorney Shortridge,
of Wheeler, staled that the Commercial
Club of that city, had given him auth
ority to contend in its behalf for tho
contemplated bridge. However, there
seemed '.n be cousiilorablc opposition
to thu now bridge across the Nehalum,
many of thu people in that locality be
ing against It, On motion the bridgo
fund was cut ?i!000.
Thu next item to lie taken up for
discussion was tho item of $2(5,000 for
poor farm and expert advisory work.
After some discussion this was cut
from $2(5,000 to $1000,
After tho Item for tho demonstra
tion farm had been disposed of thu item
of $:i2,000 fur thu rebuilding of the
court housu was discussed. Husscl
Hawkins mado u motion that $.1000 bo
laid asido for repairs for tho court
house, hut after considerable discussion
It was decided that it would bo better
to cut out the whole itum and this was
The next thing to bo taken up for
consideration was thu item of $150,100
i for roads. Motion wiib mado to let tho
I Rem Btund n proposed in tho budget.
ThU was opposud by W. G. Dwight,
the timber men presont nnd aoventl
others. Mr. Dwight stated that ho
hud correspondence from 150 different j ;j
taxpayers throuKhoui the county wno
could iiot'bo present, who wore against1
the UGO.-IW levy for roads. A motion
mado to cut tho road fund from 150
400 to $129,000 was curried. ( ,
Tho dlseuiHlons and urgunioiita for a
I (Cuiitiuued nn page 2)
feclive if applied in the early fall or
winter, it "may be used at any season
of the year without danger of loss. Its
effect will not be noticeable, however,
until it has been acted upon by either
rains or irrigation water to distribute
It well into the soil and bring it into
close contact with the soil ingredients.
Tho quantity to use will bo entirely
doondont upon circumstances. There
is no danger from an excess, as in tho
case of some materials, as it exerts no
harmful effects. The usual quantity
employed for use as a fertilizer is from
100 to IlOO pounds per acre
Gypium Land Platter
Has been used as fertilizer from
Is a stimulator of Plant growth.
Is a source of Limo as Plant food.
It renders available Plant food al
ready in the soil,
Encourages the development of bac
turia connected with legumes and thus
becomes of special value in increasing
thu yield of Clover, Alfalfa, Vetches,
Means, Peas, Etc. For ages Gypsum
has been used to increase the growth
of RED CLOVER. Hut it is only a
comparatively recent discovory that
tho growth of Clover and related plants
is very dopondont upon certain bacter
ial development above their roots.
Unless conditions for this bacterial
development are favorable the legumes,
(Continued on page 3)
"DROP IN AND
LOOK AKUUNU" J
Statistics gathered at the poultry
show held in Portland last week show
that poultry and poultry products an
nually add more wealth to the state
than does fruit, three times as much as
wool, one and a half times as much as
hops, nearly half as much as wheat and
represents aliout 6 er cent of the
total agricultural wealth of the state.
It has heretofore been claimed that
Oregon is not a poultry state, but with
our agriculture college devoting time
and money to the improvement of ex
isting breeds, a great deal of interest
in the industry is being aroused.
The first spadeful of dirt on Jackson
County's new highway over the Siski
yous was turned last week by Samuel
Hill, the noted good-roads expert. The
work of grading the 1SJ miles of moun
tain road has been undertaken by a
.' gi.i operations at once.
Tacoma firm of contractors at a con
tract price of $107,000 and will, as far
as possible, be completed during this
winter in order to have a settled road
bed ready for surfacing early in the
For the past two months a party of
deputy game wardens has been busy
locating the boundaries of the new
game refuge, 30 miles square, lying in
Like and Crook counties, in the central
part of the state. The primary object
in establishing this refuge is the pro
1 tection of the mule deer and antelope
which are still found in considerable
numbers in that vicinity. The refuge
is also a sort of natural park, contain
ing many hot springs, lava beds, med
icinal lakes and other objects of inter,
est to the tourist and naturalist.
Four Foot Fit Slabs
$3.00 Per Cord Delivered
$2.90 in Ten Cord Lots;
$2.80 in Twenty Cord Lots.
A. F. COATES LUMBER CO.
On Your Own Account
Have you any money in the bank? A part of your earnings ought
to bo placed there, anyway. Everybody can afford to aavo some
thing, however little. Havo a bank account of your own and you
will feol happier, hotter, more independent. Make your little
money earn more, and so grow bigger. Bettert inn hoarding it
where fire or thieves can reach it. Your bank-book is u receipt
and un'evidenco of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank
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