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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1913)
Knurv 10 Wrst of tlu Wlllaituttl Mr
1 Ptitul at 'Hllninouk, Oii:w". N'v-
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siioritr or 'niu .Hk
C. . CrombUy, Editor
ircn..,! riH.-. .1 m....t . . Cucsii.iv ami Friday mutitv, oivkui.
I rt.-rod aMXvomi-clnss-n.r Ma.- 17.
Orpn. uinlr tho act
si'bm. Kin ion si :
: Insertion, per line $
ihf,unt insrtt m, lin
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f thanks. ;t li -
"r line, tfrst nwUon
Ti'HSii.w nivCHM rHK :to. una.
i.;masUr-GrerBl Wtlieter. of
C"'i "nfirnis th public that no in
to vati e Inytov will bm allowed to b
tr; s nit'-cd by parcel poat in lh Do
mi . r. Since th- United State no
t.i! r ;. latum also prohibit it, th
Ihwit f North America muat jrt
irniiws in soma other way than by
Tnc I'rited State ha crown to Le
n billion dollar country. several re-stvet-.
Our national uebt U just over
a'lilJj-i: our annual export and im
txirts .rc .ver a billion dollars each; it
ta.MS billion dollars annually to run
fc covert ment, and over a billion dol
lars worta of liquor are
annuall. But the last item, it i to
lw hoped, willjwon be stricken out of
the h- of distinctions.
Another administration policy is
foreshadowed in the annual report of
Postmaster-General Hurleson. made
public last week. This is nothinu le
than the Government ownership ami
o;-eration of the telegraph ami tele
phone li-es of the United Status, in
th-.s report Mr. 3urleon say the de
partment ha been nvestij;atinK since
last June the desirability and practic
ab:l ty of the operation of the tele
Rrjp.i and telephone systems by the
government, in connection with tl.e
mail and parcel post semes, and the
conclusion ha.s been reached that it ij
feasible ami desirable. He therefore
recommends it, and has already the
draft of a bill transferrin;: the enor
mous interests from private to public
hands. The I'ostmaster-General con
tends that the government now haa the
authority to take over those interests,
in a statute passed in 1S60; but furth -r
action by congress is needed for the
bond issue required to carry out ihe
undertaking. Inasmuch as Mr. Burle
son has been in frequent conference
with President Wilson on lite matter,
and so furmiiabie a project would
hardly oe prjpt.t.-': swilhout the appro
val of his ch: f, it is to be presumed
t '... the sh .e has the 0. K. of the
W u- iiuus
In hi-. an:.il message President
Wilso Lave m. ;. roval of some sys
te of farm i-relit-, statins liiat the
commi sion wr.:ch had been working
o s'Jbje' -. would report soon. Tr.at
re ort is row tortr.corr.ir.i;. It
wmi tiTf.unTn i bv ConirrtSaman Moss, of
Iniiai.a, th- cUurman of the commiss-,
i..;. n-nh' Senator Fletcher, of Florida, j
Memi ers f th - commission visitoil !
Euroi. an.; ir.;.e a Lroad study of gtn
c al f.irm cj . linos s in Europe, includ
i . o y-o.ierative ur iducirjn, parchasirijf
a d market.'. of farm product, and
t e i:st'.n-tnc financial institutions
W.-.c-'i nave :.frri) rrcaleu to tn - aid '.f
t:.i ;ar ner K- -r nmce t.ie re.jfn (f
Frc-iiri -k the Great, a special nyste.n
o lanKins f -r t.ie nenetit of farmeM
nas exibtod in Cerrni'i..-, and has be-n
aj .. ted inU; ot..cr countriei. Hoioil
o-. .h; information thus gainei anj the
C '..nliODS tliat oxist in mis t-uuniry,
t ie com nission has urawn a
w.iici. is recomijie.HJed for enactinont
by congress. It provide for a sj stern
of farmt i-s' banks, not competitive but
supplemental to the present commcr,
cial bdnks. These banks are to be un
der federal iuper. uion and co-operative.
Any ten or more citizens can or
Kunize such a bank, with a minimum
capital of $10,000. This circurnvonU
monopolistic control. While th he
lu.nkK pan do a united genera
in., business their chief function wil'
h.. that of a mortgage bank, in two
forms - long time mortgage loans,
and the issue of land mortgage bonds,
IimbmI on these mortgage loans. Theso
bonds are secured by twice their
ue in real estate, pius one-iuieeiuu
. i . . f :ri .ii.
their par value in the capital stock of
the bank. The bank is not permitted
to charge more than one per cent for
administration. Thus the farmer will
secure his loan at not to exceed one
per cent higher than the bank pays U
secure money in large sums. Iloth
mortgages and bunds are to be exempt
from taxation. There are many other
features which cannot be given In de
tail. With the close of the old year and
the advent of tho new, many of u are
prone to contemplate both the past and
the future. To tho man or woman who
are well on the decline In life, nnd who
have leud active lives, thoughts of tne
past are quite apt to occupy their ut
l'.UO. at the jmU o'lW at TilliittUH.
of March 3,
v:uk in adv nck
liach smIwwuhiI insertion, lino
Resolution of ondoUjnco and
Ixalft notice, per lin
Roatneaa fr Professional cnnW.tno.
rirln" A lvrt'Winont. per inch
At.t. Diso'.av At! must bo in this
fice on Monday and Thursday
inn to inourv publication
lug Tuesday nnl Friday
Reason are "imperative.
tcntionut thiitim; whila the .wu...
.... . ..ui.
eapeciatly thoae who ara iimbilioua,
thottt;hU of the future am upparmoat
in their nuiHl-. it ta with Indiviilu-
aU in this regard it is with eommun-
itios to iiotito extent.
Taking the matter honw and in re-
Kml to our own commun-ty ami county,
wo can truthfully sjiy mat niiauioo
City ami County haa jual paaaeJ a moat
proiipcrou year. In fact, we havo
made womlerful atriJ JsiriiiaT the
pal five year. While thii i trile, b-
l in a yount: ami r wirtit cild-. a rar
j ns real construction i coiiccmctl. our
thought. are of the future. bjva.we the
tion creat thinirt in store for u.
the dairy induilry will mik srreat
strides during the coming year. Our
farmers are plutininif on better and
more stock, better bam, and u tfenaral
betterment all nlini; the line.
The rtshinj: industry will no doubt
hold its iuii during the camint; year,
ami be the mean of adding much
wealth to the community.
This year will see the beginning of
harbor improvements for Tillamook
County to the tune of over a million
dollars in appropriations. The appro
priations are the opening wedges to
the real bis thins which the future
has in store for us.
Preparation for lumbering opera
tions on a bis scale have already b-un
and the eomins; year will no d-ubt see
a bin advancement alone this line.
Advancement in the production of
and handling of small fruits seems to
be uue for the comine year especially
in the culture of the Loganberry.
The yenr 191 1 will no doubt be a
rood one for Tillamook County, every
sign points that way.
The cheeso tnnrket is hoklins u;j
strons, cheese now selling for 16'c,
Tillamook. It is estimated that there
is now not more man 1000 cases of
cheese in the count. The market
might be forced higher, but Mr. HaU
erlach, secreUiry of the co operative
factories, is of the opinion that the
price should not be forced too high as
such a move would probauly encourage
the importation of foreign cheose
which will later come on the market
in lartrer nuantitias. Tillnmook cheisie
Is bringing an extra good price
present time, and special tact
be used in holding the markets
our people now have.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
I NOI'ICK IS UEKKBY GIVEN that
by virtue of an execution and order of
sale, duly iaaued out of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for Tilla
mook County, on the 2Hth day of Nov
ember 1913, on a decree of forclosurii
duly made and entered in said Court,
on the 25th day of November 1913, in a
BUit tnen pending, wherein Charlotte
M. Coyle. Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of It. A. Stewart, de
ceased was pliiintilf, and Chas. P. Nel
bon, Nannie M. Nelson, William Flet
cher, Harriett It Fletcher, W. G.
Dwight and H. E. Emerick Trustee,
were defendants, and wherein the
plaint iff recovered n judgement against
the defendants Chas. P. Nelson, Nan
nie .M. Kelson, William rietcner arm
Harriett li. Fletcher for the sum of
$421.00, and interest thereon at the
rate of seven per cunt, per annum, from
November 2oth, 1913, and for 57S.OO
attjrneys fees, and for SI 1,40 costa
and disbursments, and to me directed,
commanding me as sherilf of said Co
nr.tv Ui sell the real nronerly herein
after described to satisfy the cosU and
expenses ol the naie, anu tne s.ii
NOW TIIEREFOHE, I will on Sat
urdav the 3rd dav of January 1914, at
the front door of the Court House
I said County and Stale, at 10 o'clock
.i . - J I ,1.... .,,.11 II.
j ,owifJ, (jescrjbcd real property, at pub -
, jjc auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, to satisfy the said costs
I rt'L... t'.... ,.,. twilt 1 4 Vi.sr at
i i nil liiiuw wow w
, f , s .... i N(
one half of the North-east one fourth
of Section 27, in Township f South of
Fottt Foot Fir Slabs
$3.00 Per Cord Delivered
$2.90 in Ten Cord Lots;
$2.80 in Twenty Cord Lots.
A. F. COATES LUMBER CO.
Restoration to Entry of Lands in
Notice in horehy i;lvn that the land
.l.iaonli.Mt lklv. llirn- Hit I'1'
ItwTituNl In? low. eiuhnc
acres, within the Sitislaw Nslnnml r r
Otviton, will tw utJ"t ! ' il'
uisnt ami onlrv muter the pr ii '
the homestead law of tlta Uoit.-d
Slit ami the act ..f Junr II. I" l 0
Stat.. 2'). ai the V itd Sute
ofltee at Portland l-Yiuun'X P I'.'U
Anv settler wh' was actuallt n I "
iTk1 faith clnimiuir anv oi imiii
I fr acrt"iltural iiriv.' ni !'
uarvl. lsa. ami ha tn t al hI
I nw. ha a pnjfornv ritfht ' m a
I l(mcitfai ttrv ft th lamln a'iuallt
I ov'C'ipioI. Saul lamia wcrv litl !'
1 in appltcattoot of lh hti' iti
I UoiuhI tiflo v. who have a ,rcf-rvn.
nirht nubiwt in tl-r prior nuni any
uch acttf. r. lrov'd. auch ' '
tippllcant l qualirtl to mk.' noma-
, ,rrf?r. ,-. nchl i
, exercil prior to Khuar t'-. I'.'U.
on which ilate th Umla will l u')st
to aattlemwnt ami ont. !v Htn iiiH-
1 1 mi Mriini. i lit ibimiv nrr "iivn.
l-he ' ot N'KK the Shi -f N 'l. an.l
! the N'Wt of SKI. S-c 1.1 IS. it v
i '.' . W. M.. l' acre, application of
'William It. Spceee of Hlamo. ilrog.
' l.lst (5-tMR. Approved Novwmlwr SI.
lttS. C M. Uruce, Aaaiatant C .tnmlt- i
toner of the tienoral Ijtml l)ltl-c j
Notice n( Alftilnstrtitor Sale.
NOTICE i hervbv given, that pursu
ant to an order of the t'unty i'-urt of
the State of Oregon, for mittmook
County, the undcMignei a Administra
tor of the Estate of William '"urns,
deceased, will on ami after the 13th day
of January IP1I. at private sale for n
substantial payment in caih, and a '
mortgnre on the property aH to ,
euro the balance of the purclmse prico,
duly sell all of t).e fullowiiig d--ribed i
real property -if the dfeoae-i, aituate
in Tillammk County. Oregon, de
scribed a f.itlow to wit:
The S-rtith-west uuarter of the South-'
east quarter, and tno South-east quart
er of the South-w'sl uuarter of Sec. 30, ,
T. 3 a. ft. !) W. Wil. Mer. (tes thro
trscta oki) containing 72 '25 acres.
Dated at 'liltamouk, Orvgon, Decern- ,
ier lth. 19 IS.
C. A. McGheo 1
Administrator of the Khtute ot Wil
liam Curtis, deceased.
C. W. lalmage. Atty. for Admr.
Notice III Ae.-itllCUt.
Miami Lumber Company, a corpor
ation, having its office and irinci)ut
elace of busincsa at So STB) Ka.it First
treet, in the City of lxa Angules,
Stale of California.
Notice is Iwrvby givnn that at
meeting of the II anl of Director of
said Miami Lumber Cbmpm.y. held on t
tho 3th day of D.cemtter, ll'H. an as
scssment of il.dO per snare vat levn-d ;
upon the issueil .-anital st.ick of snni
corporation, pavablt- imteintaly to
if. W. Uham. Hecretar" of nid cjrpor-
uiio.i, at N Kst rim Street,
the City of l, Anulea, .StnU of
Any stock upon wnic't thia assess
ment shall remain unpaid- on the 10th
day of January, 19M, will be delin
quent ami advertiseil for sulw at public
auction, ami unles pnyrneut i iiiaiIu
before, will b sold on the 2nd day of
February, 1911. at 10 o'clock A. M. on
said date, to pay th dulinqM.wit nse
ment, together with cost of advertis
ing and ejtpen.es of snlo.
II. W laham,
Iwation of olfW-u. Nil. .-) I-st First
Street. Is AngebM. Ciittfcrnia.
In the Circuit Court of the Stnte
ot Oregon, for the County of
Thomas F. MulTum, Plaintiff,
Minn ISuifum, Defendant.
To Minu Huifum lefi'lant :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON. You are hereby riquin!
to appear and answer the complain
(11 1" I against you in the above untitled
suit witnin six wuefcv from tho dato of
tho first puiiltcalioii hereof; and if you
fail so to answur, for want thereof the
pljintiir will apply tx tin: Vourt for a
decreo dissolviiu' and annulling the
marriage contract now existing be
tween the plaint if? and thi deferiarit,
and for such other and further relief
as 'to the t ourt may seem Juit and
This summon ia srvod iijii you by
publication by oriiwr of the iionorable
Webster Holmes, Judge of thu Circuit
Court of the Sum of Oregon, for the
County of TillaiMxik. dated t cbam
bera In McMinnville, Oaoon, the lHth
dfiy of December, 1913. Tho first pub-
licalion hereof is mdo on the 23rd day
( l)w;erriber, 1913
(J w XalmaKu & E.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
j"i Notice of Final Account.
W 1 11 1 l." iu hj.n.lMi ttWik Ihnl flwi tin.
' dursigncd has llled her llnal account, us
i administratrix of ttie (.-statu of William
J. Hughcy, deceased, nnd that the
(tttn lutu rnfitii (irt iriitr sfittllrtir nl-
. - - - - n
urdav January 17th 11)14. lit 10 o'clock
1 A. M at the Court house In I illamook
1 County, Oregon, us the time and placu
t all- I
If You Can Manufacture
Nelialem Kafco Co.
. of htnnti Xiw snmc. ami anyi ami nil
' ii.iectt..ii thcri'to. If any thr be.
N'iW l ilhTCEFOuH all Oorsoin inter
j slel in um 1 estatu are hereby, notlfleil
' ami reqtiirfl to apjar at satlme nml
, place, ai.d lxw rause if anv there b
1 why said lliuil nrr.ninl nuU not U
I alioweil. -Mid jdminislratri . dlacharg
! cJ, ami hirr Uml e'inratd.
D.iIihI af. Tillrtimxik, Oregcn,, Deeijui
AUininistrnirix oi ine sui: oi n
!iam J. Hitijbuy, docunsed,
C. W. Talmago, Atty. for Admr.
.. , . .... ..MJl '
Tlrst Dirt Turncurt
Aahliiml The first atuiUlifiil of dirt
on Jacjisoii count y'a nee hlKbay
ott the Slsklyous was upturned hj
aam HiU. Tb scaiin ti nar th"
llarrnn runrh. av(in mtfl.r south of
Asilliiud. trhoru the Pacific IIHillwiiy
IntiTrarcta tho Kin ninth Falls ruud.
llrief apei.chna worn mai" by Oover
nor Wost, Mam Hill, W HI. CoMg. of
Mnitxord, and H. H Orn-n ot Aahlnnd.
The Most Important
Business of Yours
is where yon invest your money.
The Western lonn & Savings Co. of
Salt Eaku Clty.lJtah.a tried and proved
company, is now ready for business In
Tillamook and Tillamook Co, To Imm
you money or build you a homo on small
monthly payments, tit a low rate of
interest. Writuir see
A. C. EVERSON.Loan Agt.
A. M'NAIK, President.
D. L. 8HKODE. Vice PrcHidunt.
CAN. A DA KVKI180N, Secy. & Troas.
Hoard of Appraisers,
K. M. IIiiIch, K. II. Mlnick,
It. F. .uchrnan, E. J. Cluussen.
Hoard of Trust och,
Jolm I.tlnnd Ecu
dorson, I II, L, Ileuls,
L. C. SmIUi ' W. G. McfJec,
i. LHOIIIIK Clll IS M0A (lUSO- I
sirsi I AMIS ? j
10. 25 and -10 Wart, lie )
hC Walt 15c C '
J06 Wall - - - - Wc I
C 150 Watt .... $1.20 C I
) 250 Wall - - - - 2.00 1
li'.ntnl l.iiinp. 3 lilln C '
I V. M.liver lnni. tunny i.arl 1
J III. '! Tr!r(.li.ilt u. Vr ! f
Q Hiring ill I lie l-.Mint trtrr in J
N .i.trrit villi K'"HI wi.rhii)iiiihii J
l Tillamook Electrio u Wl." S '
S Ufrt & FttOl CO. "Mr"K' f '
Ir4aa &ifs and .iM'lal
TilliM.o A Olluti
Dr. L. 12. Hewitt
OSTEOPATH H I IIYHIl IAN
AND HVH lttN
lU.Ui l'f... rn
Urt. ami Dili. .) A'tiitrlttKUr Kestdent'o.
Ttl.t AMOOK I f: K
Oifii'n tit hluik'tim llldit.
All Work Ohala.ilrr-1
I II.LAMOOK. - OHKC.ON
DR. ELMER 0. ALLEN,
Hat Located in tlic Coarairrcul Bide,
Succeeding Dr. P. J. Shsrp.
AH.WoiIl Oujrinlcrd, ii-ilh Phmi.
OIIIwII.hu,. !" 2- '"'
I lu liJfJ p, in.
Oprn Hvrniuci ru 7 until a a'tUV
Dr. Jack Olson
ItESl Dl'.NT DENTIST
r ill - f i -
which iiours inmi a a. m. to fi p,
J. E. REEDY, D. V. M
Tillamook , , Oregon
JOHN; I II AM) HIMHKSON
lilhtmook Comity Hnnk Hide;.
H. T. BOTTS
COMPLhTl: SET0I5 ABSTKACT.
Office UOI.'-L'Ol., Tillmnoolt
Tillftmool; . - Qrt.(
T. H. G0YNE
Attorney. at-Law ts4
Land Office Business.
Attorney at Law
Office In Commercial Building
El. J. CUAUSSEN
327 l'ltl"J tUi
Ca i. a. itoii
Geo. P. Winslow
I ATTtHIKI V AT I..UV
O. DICK U . N. I'm.
I f,(h 4ln
the Same Frlcc In I.cfK
j It. N. !,. SKI 1. Mr-
Uk-sIo.1 in lluilibng Korn fly0cs
i lly t rl i slilsf
iwikl"i eiidll A (.OD I) H0K-.
In- kuunliiL' him In shalihy uM, 'r, ,
H'n urn snlllnK lliirii.-n M ,
heat slock at III Ices t'lt "U
tempt you. ....cca
A WHIX MADK IIAlNB
will not unly I rovo thy j
of your horse, but contri u
anfnlv aa wtill. MMliy," f" " hii
i i i i it .1 I.I lliirlll'M
IIU avnilllMI 11 HI"
itlscnnled In Hum. tt
Till I. .
E N fRUSON-
1'iuiiier nun r.
Contracts ' ,Ci ,lNt
All Work CiuiriimjjJItf