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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
JHEL gjRg U L AT I O N OF ANV PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Orkcok, Dkckmiikk 12,
'I I i.s the aim of thin hank to jjivc
the best banking ticmcc ponilile
ami wc do it.
It is also our aim to have the
very host equipment such as
Modern Imio Proof Hanking
Knout, I-'ire Proof Vault, Bur
glar Proof Safe. Modern Safe
Deposit Hoxe and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. TILLAMOOK, OREGON
KEVVS FROM OUR
Parcel Post Weight Limit Again
Extended and Rates Are
AN INTERESTING MILK TE5T.
Which l the most profitable breed of
ow for TIIUacKk where the produce
I miuiufiictiin-d into cheese is i qucs
Uon which him confronted the dairy
tttnn of ttiln vicinity for n number of
yv.tm but litin never lM:en answered
TILLAMOOK HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The pennant controversy became in
tensely Interesting Inst week. Threat
and words filled the nlr, until no opin
ion could bo encountered except one
concerning a pennant in some way or
other. It won evident that trouble
the Latest, everything, new
- PRICES LOWEST
Something For Everyone. See Us Before
TILLAMOOK DRUG STORE
11V1. VI.' 1 II -VI II IS I V
JOHN 1.HI.AND IliiNDKKSON
Attorney 41 1--' '! Notary Public
T1TJLK &iNJH AHf.TfltACT
1 PA X V
I AW : A 1 1ST K' ACTS : KMC A I. l-STATIv
srKVI.VI.N(. : INSl'KAN'CI.
L'bt;e Factory by the cheese maker,
Mr. Tinner nnd we will leave the an
fitter to the results Iroughl by this ex-fx-rimi-nl
n to which Is the most pro
fitable breed of cattle to be engaged in.
? Thi experiment is not what It could
be owing to the iirnotsihllity cf gett
ing emiugh extremely low or high
testing milk at the litre of the year
..when the experiment wus madu but
evor-the-less it gives V"u a basis
from willed to 'inure where the ex
tremes nre grtrntcr. In this experi
'mcnt the -1 r cent and 1.40 per cent
,rnil t wn worked In separate vats and
following art) the result.
Low Tniinz Milk
Wnshinctoii Tim Inlnmtalii coio
tntr" commission approved de
oronr la parcel post rate In thn
third, fourth, flftlrtnnd sixth torn,
iiil an Increase in the maximum
weight Ilmfl to 60 pounds In the first
-Md (.'fioiitl, and to !U pound In tho
Thn approved changes In rates and
"rtllhtH, to t In -ffeji January J.
To rsdue tho rtitns In the third
tdn rom 7 cents for the first pound
Mini 6 tnl fur ''neli additional pound
iu 0 own- for tho firm pound and 2
OOtlts fur neh additional pound.
To nwluco the rales for the fourth
ions from ft nt for the first pound
ud I emit for tiaelt tulditlonnt pound
to 7 fluiit. for (lie first Kund and 4
t-llit for nrli mldtllonal pound
To reduce tho welKlit for the fifth
torn- from 9 cents for the first pound
nnd 7 cnt for "hcIi additional pound
to g ijml fur thn first pound mid 6
0fiU for wch additional poll lid
To roduen the rto for (ho sixth
i on.' froiti 10 I'MU for th first pound
nnd 1 ctitt for rli nddiMnnnl pound
to 9 (Ufflts for the first pound mid S
etni tor mU nddiiimml Kunil.
It Ik rovldd "(hat Uu rnto of post'
on parrols conuinl , bool.
wt'lnlilni: H ouuceH or lw shall 1 1
ent fur tch two ounces or fractional
IMri therof, nnd on thoao ttelj-hliiK In
pxcntt of & oti net tho xouo (Kircip
mte nball apply," Thlt Is to bo idV
rnll Mi.ri.1. Ill I'll I
, v. i
Cuffr.ige Delegation Walts on Wilson.
Ittlin; bis suffragist luliiKtlon, ' ,)9r b. or 3.H centa less h.t lb. fut
I'renldont Wilson refusml to send a
spi-olal mtiSMiKe lo eotiBr.'HH urKlns KINANC1AL STyTEMENT
(hot women be itiifnincltlsed. He tie-
ellnml also to Incnrpurato Hitch n rec-
oiniii,iid.itloii in one of his nKular !
iiihhk. I KXI'KNDlTL'ltK.
t'ntllo..nKre.tlt.hrnddel..To Wel(sUr ,,., for M
lit nlllll nut iiTi:uiiitiiiNiii ill.1 vi.'tiniui
ulth any satisfaction and wc are Ink-1 WH Ink'. The Freshmen wore on
IhK Ibis small amount of space in this (" nnd needles during the various dc-
Vktvr to help throw a little liht on ! lilwrations of the r acuity and Juniors.
.this very imiwrtant question by pub , hownvcr they atFirm it was not they
llaiiltifc a few figures which were '"it Juniors '.vho cot stuck. No matter
liroUEht out by a small experiment 1 dw that rniKht be, they did not tae a
-refully eonductnJ by the Fa rv ew very active pari in me cthj. We can
not deal with this matter very much
or. account of its ticklish nature (and it
surely is hughnblc) so we will merely
COMPLETE ROUT OF
Fleeing Mexican Troops Reach
Ojinaga on Border in De
l-ronldlo, Tx. The complete rout
of Huerta'E federal army In northern
Mexico with the frantic flight of his
icencrals for safety on the border and
the 'demoralization of the unpaid
troops waa established with the arriv
al at OJinaua, Mex., opposite I'reild!o,
Kive a abort summary of the argument j 0f tho civilians and soldiers who de
of the leading parties, the Faculty, ' gQrteu" Chihuahua city,
the Frcihman and the Juniors. The' j th remarkable bglra which
chief contention of the Faculty was ; -trusgled for elsht days over the 185
this: "If the authority and honor bonds ' mne trail through the desert and en
of the school .ire not intact its contents dured srent hardships for want of food
cannot be guaranteed." The Fresh-1 nnd water, were General Salvador
men say: "We had the Juniors pennant j Mercad0 Huerta's deposed ml Itary
and they had our, so it looked like six I governor, and commander of the fed
of one and half a dozen of the other. eral troops In the north; General I'as
llesidcs that we had not paid for our cual Orozco, General Antonio Kojas,
pennant yet, and as we nad it such a General .Marcelo Cnraveo. General
short timo we wanted to jjet it back, Ynez Salazar and a host of subordln-
yield per ' Yield per
100 lbs milk 1 lb butter fat
tilf.tl Truing Milk.
Note the fact that u lb. of butterfat
from the 4 per cent milk contains 2.r
KM or I of 1 lb. of cheeKe more than 1
lb. of butterfat from the 4.1 per cent
milk or in I lbs. of butterfat there is
nn arttial ditTertnce of 1 lb. of cheese
In favor of the lower testing milk.
so we would be sure we over had one ate ofricers. Tney naa acseriea tueir
before we paid for it." The Junions j r ;M. in fear of General Francisco VII
speak after this fashion : "This was a j !a"s rebel army.
matter of national honor and should i o"g with them came, burdened
not be arbitrated. The Freshmen! -.ith rroperty they could carry, men,
were afrai-l we would set our pennant romeii and children, representing
back' and still keen theirs so they cried
. At lfi cents a lb. the. rheeno from 100 around about it. What harm would U
lb, of the -1 erceiit milk would lirin do to keep it till commencement, any
?1,78 nnd from the 4.1 per cent. fl.TUjhow? Who's afraid, ch?" No doubt
n'nd from the 1 jht cent milk a lb. of 'they aic- all risht, at any rate the
Cutterfnt would be worth 14.0 cents J Freshmen jyjye their own pennant,
f erlb'. ntid'fronrtheM. r percent" "a'"lb. likewffe the'Jonlors, and -evcryonc-ls
of butterfat would be worth 40.7 cents either ha :y or pretenJing to be so.
ome of the richest families In' the
r.;ub!ic Their flicht with the amy
v.".s lu tho face of reports that thsy
nfbt erpect no' mercy should thoy
'all into the hands of the rebels.
OF BAY0CEAN PORT.
Tillamook Clay Works
Wi have now ft limit'"! siij))lv3ol hnelcJnMil drnin
tik ready for the muket al the IoIIow.uk prices:
BRICK - - $10.00 PER THOUSAND
3- IN. DRAIN TILE, $16.00 PER THOUSAND
4- IN. DRAIN TILE, $20.00 PER THOUSAND
I oeated (i miles south of Tillamook on main
DELSMAN & DOLAN
OUNKKAI. CBMUNT CONTRACTOKS
Sidewalks, Floors, Foundations, Chimneys,
Building Blocks, Brick,, Etc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
OFFICE AT:cWNTPU.OCK FACTORY COR, ,2ND AVK. EAST
AND 6TII ST, UOTH IHONB.
of n kitH.Uil house comnilttoe to Ium
UrsIi' tlu suffmK" (iitlo'i.
It was tht flrttt linn the president
liml been broiiKht face to faco with
the Isbuo III n formal wny. He told
his tatllam that wlmtever may bo his
tdwts on woniiui sulfriiKo or any other
subject, he had mailo It a ruin not to
ur.t" niitbliiK upon coiiBr'w Hint hud
not t'fen the auhjecl of "orr.nnlc con
Hldonition." by the democratic party,
of whli-h ho cnntildcrrd hlmsolt tho
Lobby Ommlttee Arraigns Member.
All question rolntliiK to tho Invostl
Kid Ion of the Mulhall lobby churnes
were referred by the bonne to Its Judi
ciary lonimltteo. This action followed
a Ioiik parliamentary dohnto oVir tho
report of the special InvoHtlpatliu;
coiuiiilttee. nrralBiiliiK lobbyliu; ncti
vltie at tint cnpltnl ntul holdlni; Hop
rosi'iitntive MeDorinott, of IIIIiioIh. n
dfiiincrnt. Utility of "actH of Rntvo Im
propriety, iinlu'comlut; the dlKtilty or
the position h occupies," nnd n minor
ity report mibiiiltted by HitpreKontii
tlvo MncDoiiald. of MIcIiIkkh, with row
oltitlQtiH proposlni; the expulsion of
Hepronentntlvo McOermott and con
tempt proceeding Bliit officers of
tho National Association of Manufac
turerH. Senate Will Work 13 Houro a Day.
Hciiiocnitlc M'linto leaders, with the
utd of 10 republican voti'H. Hiiccwded
In forcliiK a pioKriiinmo of 13-liour-a-,lay
mwloim for tho currency bill.
'I'wo bourn' recusH. from 0 to S o'clock
In the evmiltiK. will bo tho only break
iu tho dully work from 10 o'clock In
the iiioinltiK until H o'clock at nlKht.
Honutorrt Horali, ilrnily, HnindoKuo,
CiimmlnB. Oionna, K'ouyoii, I.n Fob
Uftte, NorrlH, 1'orklnn and Smoot, all
ropubllcniiH, Jollied the ilomocrntH vot
Iiik for tho loin; dully bohsIoiih,
National Capital Brevities.
Itepnbllcnii moiuberw lmvo tiiailo It
olear thoy do not wish to bo churned
with Utility of curionoy roforni,
Without iiiuoiidmout tho Hotch
Itetiihy bill, providing a now water
mipply for Sun FraucJsco, passed the
Tho trt'iitmont of inlurutory tuber
ouloslH patients lit bultiK InvoHtiKated
by tho publlo health Bervlco.
Itlvora nnd harborH will bo develop
nd to meet Hoods of nil, nnd not for
uny apoultil coiniuuiitly nor lutoresta,
biub aocrotury of Uo lutorloc.Lwo.
ervices .... $ 40D.OO
Traveling exonc of Cominis-
uiiners - - 21.50
'I'o Webster Holmes, expense to
Salem, Ore. - - 4fl.00
KxiK'tise in .connection with
trial in Circuit Court
Cruising Fort lines
To Webster Holmes, expense
nnd fee to Salem
j The tlnal debate tryout was held last j
i Tuewiay evening. The following teams j
j were Si lected: Affirmative, Erwin
Schunelle ami Stella Goyne. Negative, j
Verne Ilainu and Tommy Coates. The i
I first dobate.will be held on January 9th.
in a triangular composed of tvams from
'St. Johns, Gresham and Tillamook. I
Tillamook's Negative team will go to!
Grcsham, Greshum's to St. Johns and
Su Johns' will come here. The t.voj
tcliooU receiving the most decisions j
' will then compete.
- Nt;;ElectionbvXalb:d Injlexlca,.
Mrilco City. The Mexican congnss
'.;as nullified the presidential elections.
cli-ctlons are called for next July.
Co-.gress, according to this action,
.;,ccis General Hutrta to remain In
'ne prosldency for a least seven
mocihs more and if tho time neoes
;:iry for the selection and installat ou
. f his successor Is taken Into consid
rrs'.iun, It will be well toward the end
i f September next year before lie
relinquishes his power to another.
MANY STOCK SHOW ENTRIES
A great deal of repair work was done t (tjaho Bcys Win Hog Contest With
Witness fee in Circuit Court
'I'o lien W. Olcott, certified
copies of Fort proceedings
To M. J. O'Donnull, o.xenso to
of Tillamook Hay
To Webster Holmes, fees and
and oxM.'nso in both Circuit
Otlleo expense ...
ToAtty's Hundley & Johnsm
Court expense ...
i To F. C. linker printing of
briefs and nbslructs
To Wubstor Holmes expense to
Salem and preparing of ap
peal for submission to Su
premo Court ...
To Ituth Holmes, for clerical
U. C. Lock wood traveling ex
M. J. O'Donuell traveling ex
J nines Christensen traveling
To I). C. linker us accountant,
and clerical work in closing
For rostngu stationery, etc.
For rublicr stamps nnd ollico
45. 10 at the school house lust week. The
42.00. manual training room was being paper
'e.l and otherwise altered so it was bad-
75.00 ! ly mussed up. Upstairs omo wiring
1.00 J was done and nil kinds of pounding and
I sawing. In geometry, I'mf. Moore
found it quite ditiicult to teach the
properties of rectangles and triangles
when they were using squares on a
plane suface to such Rood advantage,
A day of vacation was given the
pupils :n the old school house while the
building was being fumigated.
Many of the students have been vac
cinated during the week.
A Basket Hall meeting was held Fri
day at which it was decided to organ
ize a Basket Ball club. A committee
was set to work to draw up n constitu-
oKejon Aggies Second.
Pctlasd, Or. AVith nearly 900 en
rUf. the Pacific 'International Live
. tock exposition opened Monday morn
Ir.g at the Portland union stockyards,
o continue throughout the wee'e.
Idaho carried away first placo in
.he students' Judging contest and la
the fat carload boss. The' team from
the university of Idnho mado an ag
resate score of 23514 out of a pos
sible 3000, and won' first prize, $40 In
Oregon agricultural college was sec
ond with 34r: Washington state col
lege third with 2331.
No Mere Veal on Hotel Menu.
Portland. Or. Hotel keepers ot
Oivwn, In ail effort to lowor the price
tion and a set of by laws for the club. 0f uocf, not serve veal to their
,. r ) a place to play. A great neat oi inier
' ' , est is being shown as about twentv-rtve
10.75 'students hnvo already signified their
i intention of joining the club and many
i more undoubtedly will join Inter.
ftlonov rorunitcu ...
Port of Hayocean
By E. C. 1.0CKWOOD
T. N. Carver of tno (Jutted States
department of aRiietilttm) declares
fiinnors would gel bettor prices If
thoy hud a uniform plan of gnidtns
iliolr products, tliis olimtnntlng, large
;, tho nilddlemen'H .profits.
Karly iibaudontnunt of coal as fuel
for thu battleships of tho American
navy and the nubstltutlon of oil Is
foreslindowed In tho annual report of
tho chief of the bureau of steam en
Seorotury of the Navy Daniels an
noiincos that up to datu ho haa savod
nearly $760,000 ou contracts for new
battleships by cutting estimates nnri
lu iuakln purcuuoa'or supplies.
Portland, Or. Wciium lu tho state
of Oregon employed In Industrial pur
suits shall not bo paid less than S.25
n week; they shall not bo employed
more than 54 hours a week; tho ap
prentice period shall not be more than
ono year; tho nilmlinutn wage for wo
men apprentices In those Industries
shall be ?6 a week, and women In mer
cantile, laundry md manufacturing
pursuits shall not b employed In
-those industries after S;30 p. tn.
Such aro tho provisions of a ruling
mado by tho Industrial wolfnre com
mission following a public hearing on
tho roporj of tho stato wldo conference
on wages, hours and conditions of kv
bor for women workers.
Tho ruling will havo full legal force
iu 60 days.
Delightful prefents for everybody at
I.nmara' drug store.
patrons. If tne term3 ot a resoiuuon
adopted by the Oregon state hotel as
sociation are carried out.
M. C..:d In Texas Floods.
Houston. Tex. The number of dead
in the flood which has spread over
the lowlands in half a dozen counties
In south control Texas reached 150.
Four-fifths of the dead were negro
Montgomery Ward Dies.
Chicago. Montgomery Ward, who
gained a fo-ttino as a pioneer in mail
order merchandising, died here of
pneumonia. Mr. Ward was 70 years
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