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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Oniwok, Dijckmiikk P.). 101."..
It is the Mint of iliis hunk to give
the he.it linnUm service powilhle
ami we do it.
It is al.io out- mm to have the
very hest equipment such ik
Modern. Fire Proof Hanking
Room, Fire Proof Vault. Mur
glnr Proof Safe. Modern Safe
Depojiil Muxes mid we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE LATEST, EVERYTHING NEW
Something For Everyone. See Us Before
TILLAMOOK DRUG STORE
'.iONKVtl' 1 IRNuKKSON
JOHN LKLANI) HRNDHRSON
' .sVo''- Tints.
Atlofi y -U Ljw Jiul Notary Public
LAW : ABSTRACTS : KIvAL I2STATK
SUKVI2YIN0 : INSt'KANClv
Tillamook Clay Works
KREBS BROS., Props.
We have now a limited supply ol brick ul drain
tile ready for the m irlcct at the follow.. pnees:
RICK - - l 0.00 PER THOUSAND
3TN. DRAIN TILE, T670O per thousand
N.DRAINJILE, 20.00 PER THOUSAND
Located 0 'milcn south of Tillamook on man.
DELSMAN & DOLAN
OHNEKAI. CEMBNT CONTRACTORS
Sidewalks, Floon, Foundations, Chimneyi,
Building Block, Brick, Etc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
omc AT CHMENT BLOCK .'ACTORV -Mil .WO AVB. EAST
iiunn-HST. HOT H lr-a.
NEWS FROM OUR
President Wilson Rosents Army
and Navy Burlesque on
V.'imhiiiKUin President Wilson for
mally withdrew hl recent nccpinncw
of honorary membership Iti lint mili
tary order of Itm ('nriihno, composed
of regular iitid olunleer officer of
tint army andtmvy who served In the
Philippine Islands In Urn four years
suminedlni; Um Spanish American ur.
and ordered mi Investigation of vnr
I olid nailrnH nml travri(. 0 the ad
mlaNtrntlon's policy towardslhe Phil
ippines n porlrnyrd nt a banquet of
III' Curulmo. In Washington last week.
OIiJoUoii was rained. ninoiiK other
tlitflH. to on of tlu sonn "Damn.
Damn. Damn the lnsurrecios." Of
fmuw was nln Khen bv Urn exhibition
Of tlir big models of lmltl.mlilp la-
MM. the "rll(iwliiti. TrJf rilnlilj,"
and "Piffle" A moving picture show
Intt n thru )i(tr puruult of a Filipino
rebel oototirl, who unN finally caught,
only to he mm!" governor of a pro
vlnii". also was crltlclM'tl.
It mmln plain by the president,
through Garrison nml Daniel, thnt
hlle ouUldnr nmy sntlrlze the ad
ministration as lhy please, those In
It, service, like army nml unvy offi
cer should refrain frntn ridiculing It
polloJ-, tn though limy do not sup
Currency Ulll Substitute Is Tabled.
Victory for the administration
foro resulted In tint flrnt tl of
Rirunth on the currnncy bill. Tho
voir.. 40 to 35. tabled n tiiltntllliitii of
forrd by Senator Hitchcock, for hoc
lion : of ilm ndinlnUtnitlon hill, pro
ponln m njHtr-m of four regional b.inkn
t lth n pOKMlbln lncrtriH to clKht. thi'
rfKliniul bunk utock to ho owned by
Tin- dufent of thU nnmiidiiu-nt pntc
tlcnlly limurcd lh ndoptlon of thu
Owfji plnn. which provldfd for from
flKht to 12 rty.lotiiil luinkM, with the
lock ownml by tin imtlomil l;nki
thnt become mmubcrii of the rt-Hpec-live
PoUI Dank May Expand.
A bill to reiuovo the llmltiillon on
the amount thiti nmy be uccvpted from
deoltort In thu poxtnl nnvlna hanks
wnK (inKiiiil by the house.
The uieiiriurti would penult unlimit
ed dcpotiltK. but $1000 l fixed uji the
maximum on which Intercut will be
paid. Under the printout law tho limit
Ik $10 In ench cnleudiir mouth, no ac
count to exceed JJOO. cxcltmlvo of uc
May Irnpoic Literacy Test
The hoimo will soon he In the thick
crit of tin flitht fur ImmlKrnllou re
form. The luunlKnulon committee
lirobnbly wll report u hill which
would IntpoHo a lltemcy tcet, bnr out
forolKiiora lnell(;ll't lo naturnlUatlou
and not provided for by treaties,
Htroniilhou the Inhibition nKiilnut
aliens who advocate the unlawful de
iitruetlon of property ami Increano the
head tax per Immlf.rant to J5.
Tho proponed literacy test will re
open debate on the feature which led
I'renldent Taft lo veto subntantlally
ih" Hiuno bill InBt winter.
Non-Resident Law Asked.
Non reslilenl enlarged homoBtcadB
will be purmlttud In Oregon, WashiuK
Ion. Cullfornln, .Montana and miveral
other woiitern taten. If coni;ro8 pnau
or a hill recently Introduced by Uep
renontiitlve Tuylor, of Colorado. Un
der exbitlng law, non-reuldent home.
iiteadB nmy l made In Utah nnd Idn
ho. hut nowhere o!n.
Tho Tnylor bill provides that tho
Hoerolnry of Interior may doslKtmte
for nou-roslJent ntry, under tho on
larKod bouiesload law, not to exceed
11,000,000 icr' lu each of the motes
nninod, when he finds thnt nrons net
tled on do not buy BUfflolent water
supply for doBHMrtlc purposes, such
m would nuke oMtlnuoui residence
Entrymn who tII themselvt 01
the non reeldence homestead low,how
in maktntr Droof must mViow that
thoy have oulUVMM one-sixteenth ot
tho are f thblr witry bcRlnnluK the
Heoond ymr, ws one olBhth of the j
area for th 'third nnd successive,
yenra until Hfwl roof Is made, and
thov mtiM nl rcmldo within Hitch dls
tmiim ot rtuitr'liuid u to omildo thmn
to fnrrt (I pofuonullv. 1
ROB WA'CLAC-E, IDAHO", BANK ,NDIAN HELD AS BURGLAR
Durolar Open Safe and Oct Away
Wnllncc, Idnho. Without Iwivlni; ns
much s n tinner print ns n t-l'jw, bur
c.tiirn rohhed Dm local pontofflce of
a little more than 117,000 nnd nppnr
Dtitly tnnde good their unejipi;.
When the poxtmnsttir and clirki ar
rived In the mnrnltiK riolhliiK unusunl
wan iioL!ninti- nrouml the offlcv. The
af hnlnii locked apparently the nntnc
km It hud been left the nlKht before.
I'oni tiniatcr l'roley quickly noted the
diMpianuic of the three rcKlnlcri-d 1
pickK" and a hurried luvetli;atlori j
followed, revealing the fact that Ihey I
were iiiliiHiiic and robbery had been
comtn'tlwl A thorough search ot the
office and nil doom and window did
not reveal a ulncle clew, an apparent
ly th'.-y hnd not been molested.
8erle of Robberies Alleged to Have
Deen Committed In Portland.
Portland. Hlchnrd Mill, a rarllsl-i
Indian kcIiooI graduate, one-fourth
Hloux, and the owner of a CtOacro
, farm In Nebraska, was arrested hero
; for the alleged robbery of five houen.
. These are about one-half tho houno
burglaries n Portland slncu Mills
, cam" here, December 3.
I Mills, the police charge. Is flnan
: dally well fixed, but steals for th
' .. ..... ..
oi mi; same, tie nas served a
year In Deer fde, MonL. for bur
Klary, It Is aliened, and. It Is also al
leged, that he served some time In the
WnshlnKton state penitentiary In Wal
la Walla for the same olfense.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Events Occurring Throughout
the State During the Past
Washington Express Tax Law Falls.
Olytnpla. Wimh. The state supreme
court affirmed the decision of the
Thurston county superior court, k
cIsriiiK unconstitutional the law pahK
Al lu 1907 imposing a l per cent gross
rt-vMiue tax on the state business done
by express companies operating In
VILLA HOSTILE TO
K 1'iino, Tex. Americans, Oennanb
Washington Fruit Men Meet.
Walla Walla. Wash. Krullmen of
the state who held their annual con
vention In Walla Walla commencing
Wednesday, hejird one of the most Im
portant programs ever prepared for
the organization, leading frultmen ray.
Talks covered every phase of agri
cultural and horticultural work.
Big Apple Will Feature Exhibit.
Hood Itlver. Hood River county
county will occupy the center of the
Oregon exhibit at tho Panama exposi
tion with its display. A huge Spltzcn
berg apple about 30 feet In diameter
ind 18 feet lu height will be construc
ted and on the Interior will be a life
like panorama of thu Hood River val
ley with Its orchards and flowing
streams and with the electric effects
that will be installed it will present
a novel effect. It is estimated that
the apple and its Interior panoramic
Jlsplay will cost several thousand dollars.
WORK PLANNED FOR
IDLE OREGON MEN
Salem, Or. Governor West called a
meeting of the state emergency board
for Thursday morning. at which
anu Spaniards, who arrived from Chl-' "Uggest.tl that a deficiency of 150.-
bunhun, Mcx.. report thnt Knmclsco
Villa, the rebel leader, virtually had
constituted himself dictator there and
that he refused to heed the requests
of representatives of foreign govern
000 be created to give employment on
public roads for the next two months
lu men now out of work. He figures
that the money will provide employ
ment for 500 men at $2 a day and that
the work will be of advantage to the
Private Salmon Hatchery Operated.
The Dalles. F. A. Seufert, Sr.. of
the Seufert Hrother3' cannery, has In
stalled a salmon hatchery which la
being used In restocking the Cclum-
i b:a Itlver. The canneryman has con-
str cted a dam across Fifteen Mile
crc -k, which flows Into the Columbia
near the big cannery. The dam makes
j a large pond where the hatching is
I done. The plant now is turning out
' from 100,000 to 200.000 fry each day.
, the variation being caused by the dif
ference In climatic conditions. ;
They asserted that the rebel leader! tr' b" hastening Improvement
had seized 15,000,000 worth of prop
erty belonging to foreigner; had put
to death nlwut twenty Mexican civil-
Jans, and had commanded the Amerl
can, Herman and
obey rebel orders.
Villa seixed a large deparemenl
store valued at 11.500.000 anil owned
by French, (ermnn, ICnglish and Span
He also seized n brewery, a cloth
ing f-.ctory and all the. grocery and
other stores owned by Spaniards, val
ued at $3,500,000
Thu decision to call the meeting was (
reached by the governor after C. C. '
Would Oust Mayor and Officials.
Raker.-The state of Oregon throujh
. 'nlctrlrt IMnrnpv Hnilwln has hrnilffht
. ' suit against all muncipal officials ot
the town of Cornucopia, Baker county,
lncludlns Mayor Robinson, members
McColloch. state senator. Mr. West's .
of the council, recorder, treasurer and
nriZ couisTol-Pr-enlve at the meH.ng l1
I unemployed In Portland, had made his , moved from offIcc- aIleSlne that .r-
38 Men Perish In Mine Dust.
Newcastle, Colo Coal dust In a
tunnel driven far back Into a moun
tain lile-v up with a detonation like
that of n thoutuiud cannon; flame nnd
smoke shot from the mouth of a mine;
tho whole mountain rocked an If by
earthquake and 38 men. trapped by
the blast, were dead.
Reubln D. Nevlus Dies.
Tacoma. Itouben D. Nfivlus, D. D.,
who founded more than 30 Kplscopal
churphes In the Pacific Northwest,
died in this city at the ago of $6. He
came to the coast O years ago anil
settled at Portland us rector of Trin
Ity Church, lnwr becoming genera!
missionary for Oregon, Washington
State Will Claim Untouched Deposits
Oljinpla, Wash. The state tax com
mission hits announced a campaign to
enforce, for the first time, tho law
enacted In 1005, providing for escheat
to the state of all accounts in bauka
and other liibtltutlons receiving de
posits, that luivo remained untouche;
for 10 years, That between J50,0t
nnd $100,000 may bo realized is
hope of Uio commission.
n V. Ulalnek wus in the city WeU-
On Sunday lust ho -closed a
revival service at the Cloverilalo Bap
tist Church with 10 baptisms. Tho
mcotin8 wero very interesting- Jand
much Rood was dono Elder J. II.
Miller of Tho Dalles assisted and de
livered some very intereatiiiK sermons.
"DROP IN AND
v tr A T-TTXir It .1
reporL Senator McColloch said that ! regularities tn cnarier eiecuon
the meeting was orderly and he was
convinced that the men actually de-
It invalid and illegal. It holds that
Incumbents illegally usurped offices
sired work. The governor said if the
proposed road work is undertaken it j
would have to be done In the rosular I
way through the state highway com
and arl:s court to oust them.
Gold Beech Plant to Start.
Gold Beach. Williamson & Allen,
of Caldwell, Idaho, are repairing their
black sand plant at this place, and
New North Bank Road President: soon will renew operations. They have
Portland. Changes In the executive " large ntnount of machinery at Ban
offices of the North Bank Road. In-i don ready for shipment here, and the
volvlnc the rcslcnation of Jose-ih H.I Hanuoipn win Dring u aown next irip.
Young, president, and the election of
U C. Oilman, of Seattle, to succeed
him, probably will be made before the j
first of the year.
County May Have New Highway.
Grants Pass. Tho county commis-
jtloners have called a special election
! - V',lfioj,lnv rwemher 31. for the
purpose of voting upon the question
of tho issuance of bonds in the sum of
Rail Jubilee In Tacoma.
Tncotnn. The northwest's principal
railroad executives nnd Governors j $225,000 for the building of highway!
Lister, of Washington, and West, of
Orogon, gathered In the rooms of the
commercial club here at the 40th an
niversary Jubilee celebrating the en
try of tho Northern Pacific Railroad
into Tncomn and the northwest.
Lister Not Candidate for Senate.
Tacoma, Wash. That ho positively
will not be n candidate for the senate
was announced here by Governor Lister.
A beautiful line of necklaces and
pendnnt8 and many other nice things
nt A. H. Harris' Jewelry Store in
Tillamook UrUK Co. Store.
In the county.
Wife-Murder Not Proved.
Astoria. The circuit court Jury re
turned n verdict acquitting F. Ferdi
nand Fernandez of the charge of mur
dering his wife. The women's ante
mortem statement that she stabbed
herself was the main evidence In the
Wheat In Need of Gluten.
Pendleton. In nn attempt to raise
tho percentage of gluten In wheat
grown In Umatilla county, a few local
farmers -irr- Importing some seed grala
On Your Own Account
Have you any money in the bank? A part of your earnings ought
to bo nfaceil there, anyway. Everybody can affoid to save some
thinir, however little. Have a bank account of your own and you
will feel happier, bettor, more Independent. Mako your litt e
,y earn more, and so grow bigger. Better than hoarding It
where flre or thieves can reach U. Your bank-book is a receipt
and an evidence of your wise economy.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Tillamook County Bank