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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1915)
ISSUED TWICI2 A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
R:?;?SJ,?iRCUL-A-riON OF ANY PAPER IN TlLLAMOCOUNTY
II.LAMOOK, OKKC.ON, JlM.V 'J. 11)15.
k any of our eut. mucin about
f irst National Service
I licy arc all ple.nol with it nuil
Can tell you why.
first National HttiK
VHAT DO You NEED
weVe Oot it r
YOU DONT HAVC To
WASTE! AMY TlttEl
Come 5traicht to
US- WE'VE gOT JT,
AND THE PRICE
WILL BC RI4HT.
ft!' t t ' i iloti't Know which is the Ik-si grocery store,
mmi haven't dealt with us. Our customers
'h .u-r we ive our customers full plump value lor
We want you for a customer, and the way
r1" ' .1 ou when vou come in will mala a customer
11 ' r us with one purchase, ami we will prove
RAY & CO.
'ROCKRIES, SMOKED MEATS, FRUITS, VEG
ETABLES, HAY, GRAIN, FEED.
HI.I.AMOOK, - - OKI-COX
LEX. M'NAIR & CO.
Kfl IS Wt A LL II A II II WA IMS
KITCHEN RANGES and
See U for Prices Beforo Ordering Elsewhere
,bl Qerrnan Reply Predicted.
r"Kloii uviirnliln rnnlv frinri
P'Otlir (,Kl ,,, of y tl(
WlKorrilliir submarine v j
I' KlnkliiK of tho l.uslfnula WJMI I
I"1 III llll Ofrlnlnl iIIumuIkIi from
r3'"lr (llirulil mm.. .U.,.,1 ul lint
''"Hit Coin at..,. 1J ,.
f "'"Willi. .Monnv hr..mrnr m.
''y American tuurUtu to lOil-
llV Huiptitrv I. nun nt
f'MOO or filnrt ..lit I. thlu
"imiit in Urn United Mates,
"K tl) u Hliitiiiiliml luHllilil llV
"DROP IN AND
I LOOK AROUND"
The commit tees which have the work of
hoostiiiK the Chautfimpia the lining up for eflie
ieut service. A well attended meeting of those
iniereted in the work was held at the Commer
cial Club rooms on ThnrsdnV evening, nnd everv
one pi ebent expressed thanielvey as determined
to push the proposition thiMtjJi to a successful
So fur as talent and eitterlai anient is con
eernecl we can .vouch lor die .fact before hand
that the Chantampia will )e t.i rawl success.
The tiling that concerns lQ local hackers "is the
financial end of the umk'rtakinx.
The Chantampia idea is a splendid one.jj We
are. through oraaizat ion. able tojsecure ajla rue
number of hi st class entertainments 'tm :7 very
low I'lKtire.; For instanccjlk-tween 'the d.-ttcsj.'of
Jj.'V . 1.a,.im 1 7. eighteen ,jirst class cntertaTn"
meats will lie iven, ami all tliese,eightecii enter
Lainments will cost if siaon tickets are pur
chased now, tsjCL;.."tJ for adults and'1 OOlor
children. This, is certainlyjdirt ehe.,p. If yon
was to attend some of tlie'jiu nhcrs on, the pro
gram in a l'-ntlnuil opera luuse)vou wo.dd have
to pay irom$1.00 to L'.oO per seat.' "
The local iChantaiupia' hackers "are ;.not
boostiugijthe Chautatpia lor jgam; neither ,are
they boosting it for their personal gratification
only. They feel thai it will be an Juplifting,,in
llueuce to the community. jj
livery number on the program will be'ofta
high order. "The musical numbers will beJ.higTT
ly entertaining not only to thosej whoj enjoy
classical music, but also to those who appreci
ate music of a lighter ,veiiiinhe.uuiJiU:al.ii)ro
grams are so arrangedjns to please everybody."
The different lectures will educate, J inspire
and uplift. Some iutellertuai yianis will be
present. Vou 'cannot afford to miss the lec
tures. We are anxious to'see ourjfirst Chautauqua
made a grand success in evcryj,v.iy Jbecause Jit
will be a delight andgbenefitto the community.
C.J. Ivdwards. president of the association,
has the burden of the work upon'hisjshoulders.
Let ns all get behind him and make 'our first
Chuutauqu t a grand success.
V- Hil 'I 'HI i . "A
rm: cinii: & buillk pian.
OS AM) I'LAYI IM'IA.N'OS
runk liming thr v-rv ;t-dt in tone
r.uniity. a rrfj Kiritml rone true Uon.i;
I .hv- thi-. f'prti.ry Afitnry for
tht i lith Grude Irutltutncr.ts, and
m,.,m- ir-t.n.t fM.rV.t t; for cither a
I-ii-f o : I li r I'mr c.r.will dowci
t' tit ii. e lnfi.re luyinf.
i.Caialag Upon flcquoBt 1
; Lclcinci(.K. Lrv,n
BKIEF VAR NEWS
On ynur no Monday the Auntrlan
arcliduk. Vnnrla Knnltnand and hl
i wife wre ahot und killed In the Mule'
IkMnUn town of Sarajevo by Garrio
Vrtuzlp. h wm th act of I'rlmln. a
Wanhlngtor. lr-?ure of a formal
IHwr atudent. wblrb ulUmately roanlt-' ami organlce'! rhuracter was exerted
ofl III II nations mir.B to war. Tho
naUoitg aro, on one UairJ. Ort Ilri
tHln. Pmr.c. Kuavia. tserbfa. Japan,
ttoJgliiif). lUly aad Monturgro. and,
on the othor, Oermaay, Austria and
The war tu dete. according to ccn
urvatlve ueUmate cotnniled from the
baat available rcpofu. baa caused a
lows to tho vnrloun bwIllReronta of
on the t'nltfHl gu.n ('jvnrnmcat to
aocjr Iroai Great Unlaw rnolifica
tlcn of the ecubabo on ail corr.mercial
intercourse tx-tween Germany aud
Tweaty n. .ntj": of a committee ap-J
pointed bv more ' ian 1000 American
Importers laid tx-f're Screta.-y Ians
! -. Solicitor Johnson and P.r y.
Ruse, of the board of forei .e
oru than e,K0.00 men, dewil, wound i adviaers, a pet.tlon aettf.iK to. . ual
fed and prisoners, and more than SJO Ow: BrittSr. hta ..udlously avoided
ships. Of th se. about 120 were war
v. It s 11 montbs sinre Auatrla
di-cutrud war on Serbia.
Hammering by Teutonic armies
ugainul the ituminu forces la Ualicia
continues without cessation, but ap
parently with leas success than In
most of the many battles fou .1 nr
Intr tlulong weeks of the Gultclan
catnpal;u '. r the- Kjnaesion ol 'netn--)
and I.i.ubeTg. ,
Neither Krencli nor Grmvj state
iiiimu, indicate operatives of immedi
ate moment In the weje.ctm arena. The
ninny places, it is d'-r'a-iJ. t'j storm
ntraKil srou:id. wi. tl-e G?rnuns
n't forth the repute i at: Krvnch at
lacks and the rogainiujc of some of
answuring ih Ac-e.-.tan note of
March 30; that In th m?antime valu
able Lime has b a !ojt In preparing
for future bJstcess aad ttiat this gen
eral effect nas te.n harmful to the
'long estaJtlshed trade of tills coun
try." In a statement irued by- the im
porters after their conference, it was
revealed that Secretary Lansing had
"expressed a determination on the
part of both the president and himself
to do all in their power to aid the im
porters In securing the right i to which
ft hey are en tj tl ed uruler tb eJawsot
nations and by treaty obligations.'
Rogue River Line Sold.
Medford. Ikeds calling for trans-
0. & C. LAND HELD TAXABLE ASK BERLIN TO RECONSIDER
. , ... , , fer of the !tosu? Uier Valley Rail-
Accounts of German military actlvl- , , , ,,
... . . ,, , , . i road, known as the Uarnum line, to
111 IIUBOIUli I UI.II1U CJUI0 Hi me '
Bairn! time as report that many bis i
guns from Rseu. Uermanf. a.-e being (
sliippiMl Into that rogion. possibly In
pruparution for another drive at War
State Regarded as Entitled to Collect
Washington. The state of Oregon.
In the opinion of offlclaln of the de
partment of JiiNtlcu, can collect from
the Oregon .4 California railroad com
pany buck taxes on eery acre of the
uiikold portions of Its laud grant and
ran i-oiiilinio to collect from this com
pany until title In passed to other own
ers. As the duimitmont Interprets the
decision, the court holds the lands are
Mil! owned by the railroad compuny
aml therefore the state Is entitled to
((died tuxes from tho date of Judge
WoUiTlou's decision, on which date
the railroad ooiuimuy ceased to pay
taxi's. To this uxtenl, suld depart
ment officials, the state won before
tlu supreme court.
The Intimation Is made that the de
partment of Justice, after digesting
the decision, will Institute suits
against the railroad company for sell
ing Its lauds In numerous Instances In
tracts of no -o than ICO aeros and for
more than $2M an acre. The railroad
Iiuh i-culled Jli.OUO.OOO or VI.OOO.OOO,
Uip department contends, to which It
was not legally entitled. The govern
ment may sue to compel the railroad
company to I'ay back, either to pur
chasers or to the government Itself,
this bonus. At the same time It Is
admitted thut purchasers who bought
st more than $X.r0 sn acre may use
the supremo court decision as a basis
for prlvatu suits against tho railroad
company to recover the difference be
tween $2.60 nu aero and the prlco they
American Note Requests Settlement
By Diplomacy of Frye Case.
Washington -Hy agreement with
the German foreign office, the state
department made public th? text of
the note sent on June 2 by the Unit
ed Stales, asking Germany to recon
sider her refusal to settle by direct
diplomatic negotiations instead of by
prize court proceedings, the claim pre
hciitcd on behalf of the cantaln aud
owners of the American shMi William
! I 'rye, sunk with her cargo of wheal
by the commerce raider I'rlnic Kttel
Aside fron the question of how th
lulemnlty should be paid, the note
U.ngs out clenriy the refusal of
! -.Mtod States to accept the coutentlo:!
that (iuriuany has a right to stop the
iiu.-yiug ot contraband by American
-h ;s "by tho destruction of the oou
tialmnd and the ship ca.-ryiug It."
Accident Act Attacked.
Salem. Asking damage of $15,000
each and contending that Uie state In
dustrial accident commission act, pro
viding for compensation for injured
workmen, Is unconstitutional, George
ICvanhoff and Mark It. Upton hae
brought suit In circuit court here
against the Hridal Falls lumber com
pany. Temporary Injunctions restraining
the commission from assuming Juris
diction over the affairs of the lumber
company were asked.
i tho Southern Oregon TracUon com
pany have been drawn and the actual
I transfer of the pr ovrty took place
July l. The deal has been hanging
tiro for the last six weeks. The pur
chase price, as named In the deed, is
$00,000. The sale means the electri
fication of the Barnum line for Its en
tire length, eight miles.
Macadam Road Wanted.
Haker. A movement toward the
macadamizing of 70 miles of highway
between here and Halfway, In Pine
valley. Is being started by people of
Pine valley. The read will for the
most part be over h'gh hills and If
completed will be tho longest stretch
of macadam in eastern Oregon.
Scandinavian Vo.non Work for Poses.
Amsterdam, via l.ondoii.lliindiods
of mass meetings of women worn held
In all parts of .Scandinavia Monday
to urge tho calling of a emiroronco of
neutral nations to eud tho war.
Kaiser Has 18 New Corps.
Zurich. Switzerland, via London
Vcordlng t.i an authoritative military
: r.ree, Germany will he able to phi e
is more army corps In the field by tho
end of Juiy. These are composed
chiefly of the second category of the
litudsturm, comprising men who have
never performed military service, but
who are In training, and Inland re
serves which havo been resting In the
Interior of Germany,
Italy Ic To Aid at Dardanelles.
Paris. Announcement was made at
tho French ministry of war that ac
cording to tho Italian press, Italy hr.:,
broken diplomatic relations with Tu--key.
Italy, It Ij udded, will send
troops to tho Drdmiolles,
S e ennd hum! ""automobile, first clns
condition. Seo It, 11. Walls, Purines
Telephone A Telegraph Co.
Mosquitoes and flies are no longer a joke. They ive
in swamps and foul places and feed on poisoned decayin
matter. When they do get a "whack" at a real healthy
person they are apt to cause contagion. So the thing t
do is to PREVENT contagion. Come to us and get the
things to do this. We can help you.
The Tillamook Drug Store
We give yu what you ASK for.