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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1915)
ORlGOH hews rotes
CF GEHfiRAL INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
i..o Sta.e During tho Past
Cc-rTilisfenf Wells Resigns Pla".
S. - Insurance Commtealoner
Ha- . j v.vlb hea notified Circuit
j . 'r,a.;say that he findt It lev
iv-" We to continue as receiver of the
ll r . 'u.f.sral Ftre Relief company of
Or .en. Orvpnn Merchants' Mutual
Ft- associat' and the raetfie Home
t ..tt Fire 1 1- '.itii-i' oompan.s. for
iht Mson tKst ' cannot do Justice
to :'! e work "! the insurant- depart
ment snd stw proper attention to the
rece verehtp. W aaks that he be
rein of the receivership August U
at !:ich t;m he will make a report.
Douglas Ceunly Wins Audit Suit.
Kt -cbur; - Ip a decision bended
dov :t iiere .hilce Ha-m'tCl hjld th it
a . -tract ev. ted peten the stata
-, -t it aid Jifcurt
nf. .-rip'. I bv th'" ,-,' " expert
th . : ,-,'i;i: oncers is not
l.i -,; u-K :ie court. e affected
' .!e :-. 'i . iere,l ! s. de-
m f' i to the c.-miplalrt of Mr
K- . K of Portland, who
M to o $5. frr audUtn the
bo.. of I'c.ula county I'avment
of t. b'I snt.s refus'-d b the tounty
cou-t here a-i'l nut was Instituted.
Land Su: Not to Be Dropped.
S.iVm T'- .-.ecution of the ftensoa
ar-: Hyde ...t1 case will be pressed,
are-rdics an announcement made
to .v stav '.a.td board by Attorney.
Oe-eral V- n arid C R Rundel. spe
cial acent f tht federal stovernmenL
V .-.Via; v. for a compromise be-h-ihi
tht- ' ard an-! a number of .it
leeed ir.no- -. purchasers are In prot?
ress. but B-own and Rundel
aav Vie in'- -en's of the st-ue might b
Je.yardizetl if further delay were a
r- ht suits were Instituted in Lane
cor- . b--t only on was pressed.
Ju'.-e Har-'s orfrr'n,re n demurri
to :he "'faint
SYMOO iNOOHSES GOYERHOfi
Prcs'-Uri:n V!'5 Celebrate PasaJnj
c Oreflcn Sa'oons.
" 'ne. The Oregon Prebyte"'
Syt i i ?d iu aauuaS convenUo;)
here afte- a threedcy session. "H e
kt' note was a demand for closer r
lat. -rs t"iwfen churchea. Dr. John
K. iuilt e. r .''resenting the Southert
Ort n i'rts.jtery. in an addwe, a'
o' ted ci !'-h union, not ttort'itrh tin
loss of the dencimnational U--. i
b'i; through o-oerulra effort and
the abortion of the petty sectarian d.f
A r auh tion was paased indorsifv a
report on Sabbath observance, a
agreeing to co-opprate in an ar'''t
fisrht for preserving the SabbaUi. T-?
report in part read: "There are -..,
forces at work trying to break down
our legal rest day."
The syno.l went on record as Indors
ins Governor Wittiytorabe in his a.,
nounced irj'ention to enforce the It
quor laws of the slate.
A sta'.e-wide revival service, to ne
in a' midnight. December 31. ceK
bratinj; the pa?sins of the saloon in
Oregon, ..- authorized by the synod
in a resolution similar to one paused
by the state organization of Christian
Kndea. or in Eugene last February.
Paul Farrell Is Killed.
The Dalles. Paul W. Karrell. thf
19-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Fa.-.- 11, of Kainior, Wash., and nephew
to President J. I). Farrell. of the Ore
gon-Washington Itailroad & Navlgs
tier mpany, was fatally Injured in
the railroad yards here, when ho at
tempted to board a moving work train
He fell to the ground and In trying to
get out of the way of the train ralsod
his foot, which wan caught by a car,
his body l.eint; drawn under the
wheels. He was rushed to The Dallci
hOKpital, but there was no chance to
saw his life. His body had been bad
ly Mangled and he suffered a deep
fiasti on the head.
Hooper Admlto He Is Parole Breaker.
Grants Pans. Sheriff Smith, accorn
pani'd by Special Officer M. Cotturi,
of ti Southern Pacific, returned with
Jolm Austin Hooper, who was arrest
ed a The Dalles for the robbery of the
Southern Pacific ticket office at tills
pla: a few montha ago, when two
nlfAt- operators wore held up about
mlisilRht by a lone rubber, who got
awaf with about $:iOO. Hooper admits
thaJie lu a parole breaker, but denies
all participation in the Southern Pa
cific robbery here.
Prison Fes Abandoned. i
Balcm. Hurry P. Mimo, nuperin
tenant of the state penitentiary, be
injfr Infonred that members of the
stufe hoard of control opposed bin policy-.
erui'Xtn an adiiilKSion feu of 25
.cenJfc to rlsltors, said h.i would din
conpr":5 !t &t once.
MILLET AND BARBIZON.
The Great Palrttrr'i "Visit" to tli
HamUt He Immertaliicd,
In an article on Millet in "Sketch
of Ureal laitlerV Uj Kdiu Waita
fliubK there Is aw Interetlnir acvitint
, t hw thl fatwn Kirttcb imlnter
hapiHMMMl to le frper amH latei with
the hamlet of Itarhttoti.
-In 1SM a .Norman peamaut." rttt
Mr i'hutv "with hla wife and three
children. dnvo to a fitpath leadlim lo
the little uaiulei of ItartUsou. 1te.t
were tiear the ureal and beautlfttl ftr
et of KontalneMeau. but at thU wo
uient they had III tie Uitereat In (he
waxnttkriii freat. for It aa ralnltt.
ami Utey had to attatidon the hUihwa
and their vehh-le to enter the iwthway
that led to the- tmutlet. Th uwu
well built and with a trod and notable
head HU shoulders were the struK
luldern of a man or thtrtt tlve.
he pla.ed thetwn his two hule alrlv
while his wife foiiowpd with an iu
fant l Iwr aruv By her aide walfcwl
a servant .litoitia: a basket of prorl
slona. Together the little part)
trudsed tbrtmsh the rein, th mother
raims her skirt to iwrotect the tittle
..i e twiu thr rftin. A peasant woman
;;o:it ii( a ham! ot slruillu pkn
Tbe stnnty tnther of the family was
Ml'.lei. the mnn letlnHl to Ininortal
tae Hie little vtl'ure of llaruloon Ite
had iuie dtnvn from I'arl the oUy be
fore with ht-. fru-tsd Ja-iue to owl a
liet little hamlet ou the ed. of the
forest. Jaoue bad learned of tto
ideal r"t. but had forgotten the name,
except that It ended t "oti Tuev
hatl found it at last, aod there Millet
inteiuled to remain "for n time." lie
remained for twenty-eeven yrs that
tg. to tb eud of his life "
JUST TAKING A NAP.
Nevrr tt Down Dreissd Without
Csvenrg Our You.
When drophtuc down oti n couch for
a t.ap di.rin the day uumy persons
seem to fe-. t.i't. beMUMc they are
fully drevwU..lt Is not at nil uecewKr
to aid estra pterins.
WUiie we srv awake we are rolftutit
ly t in. .t ion of some sort. Every moe
ment. no ui.itter how niijrht It I, brlui;
Into act!u some mu.-ie- Every time
Htt efiort is made the b)oMi rohew fr
warii to deiuse t.Kjse moving tutiH'iin
The heart Iwato taore .Ukl.v rollow
Iub eTor;. -titd th ulr strvutu In jtreat
er abiinduiKe iiito ibo luuc
Ail uf tbU me.-tti.i that action, a ml the
ioiuc .unit effort ctvatts nnd keel P
tthiit v.' t... i.-rui-i. liuiiii Lout.
Nov du-'n wluit v. ti::i steep us.
the- eou-.!iii.U! ale ciutuved. T'.
mux le rent at weii m the brain. The
heart beats more slowly, nud rtu
breutbicg Im. in ttHJM? taeuto. more
quietly UoneV-itli of which tend to
bring about the it werttt of the body'
temperature, aud tb ieelu4; perwu
Itxies some t.f ih heat. He sette or
feeiK this hm refldlly and often, tf ht
b.-i lain imt .-st red. such n person (S
beard to complain of feeling cokl Opon
Therefore to enable owe to keep iu
or retain the normal bidily lieut wblk
sleepitu;. even If the sleeping is done Iu
a warm room, one Hhoubj not fail to
have a coveriutf of some wn ready at
twml. St. Louis Cost I)liwui'b
Rules on ths Clermont.
At the bend of resolution (or Kul
ton's "North river xteauibwit" (Cier
; muuti wi thia punu.rupli "T6o mle
; which are made for order and ikeatuef
, In the boat, are not to boubufed. Jnds
' merit fhall be ucrordlmr to the lotter
of the law. Gentlemen wifldnc well
to fo public uud ufeful an uftnbilfh
mwit. will fee the propriety or ftrict
jiiftlce. nod the Impropriety of th"
lenft impofltlon on I be pur or fee)
. Ins of any Individual."
t One of the rule on the Clermont
rend: "It b not permitted for nny ier
mmj to lie down lu n lrth with their
hoots or !hoes on under u penalty of
' one dollar and a half iiihI half n dollnr
! for every half hour they ii'iiy offend
imnliiKt this rule."
When David HoIhwo and Chnris
i 1'niliiiinri made their Joint production
of "A Celebrated Case" they sat to
gether anions tlie auilleiae the !lri
night. After the third art thr nudl
' once culled for them.
"Vou take the call." said C. K-. slu-lnl;
"Not without you." was f'lasco'H re-
i "Hut I have never none trefore the
curtain lu my life."
' "Hut 1 can't without you."
j "1 am the proprietor of this theater,"
returned Mr. Krohinau. 'and you must
I do as I tell you." New York World.
Doing Her Best.
Mrs. Lambert laid down the evening
paper, looked across the library table
at her huHbaud and remarked:
"Itenlly. f.ome of the ihlu.s you rend
seem alinoht Incredible. After all, one
half the world doesu't know how the
other half lives."
"Never in!d," repllid the brute,
"that's certainly no fault of yours."
New York Times.
"Is your husband all you thought he
"Just about. Hut he doesu't come
cIopp to helm; all he thought be was."
Nell I could tell yon of a Ut af
men who wanted usy Iraad. Bssti
You must have farud warl ta fk eststi
V.'lntnr finds ur wlrit
liOi.tF it AN liETS
CITY IIAI.I. CONTRACT.
n 1uri.i ihr 1 it t'onniil ntrt
tn adjtuirncd eston when wl pie
nt. S. A. Brtnlhead. mayor. Cotmct)
men. t?. B. Lamb, John Keklton, M
Melehior, li A. KdmuttOa, City At
torney R T. ott. Martbai .N, )
Mycr. Reortler JKb Aiefciw.
whereupon the following roc4tngt
were had trt-wta:
i bis heinc an adjourned mtin
for the purpose of opening prOpsal
for th construction of a City Kali
th" nutter was taken up at this time
,ir. the following MU for the pcuu
plrtr structure were red:
The h H. Tilltnan Co.. Portntftd.
Ore i empiric with all brick walh.
$ i -.wo ot. C ompWtt with Inside an
rear wall concrete, $17,800.00, Com
plete with tile walls $ t7.lt 50 Of
1 rcdit for plumbing i 500.00 , cftdit
$i?4oo for heating.
IMward I. BarrettCnwplete all
brick nit. JiS,4jj.oo. Complete with
inside walls and rear walh eoncftte,
$ir.$ri. Credit for plnmibng $jt.
credit for heating $1700.00. Install
plumbing for $.t$.oo, irtaM heatlnc
for $10.00. Substituting hollow tilr
fr common brick, itT.oya ca
C. I., Dcnnison Complete wall
iil- and Witlamwa Ho. 3 hrick, $17.
.irA.to, Credit plumbing $5Ja.oo, crctl
it heatitfj; $cr.oo Install plumbitur
00. beating $17700.
Snook Jfc Traven Stslciti, Or. Com
plete brick, $to,tx.oo, complete ith
rear waifs concrete, $ildA2.00. Credit
plumbing i-.oo.oo, beating 4l6qo.Or
AUctnjtc on bid Ko. itacking press
ed brick with tile, deduct $480.00
Alter ftte on bid No. 3 backing preen
ed brick : tile, deduct $jSu.0o
Cuniplctc all cotttrvte walls inte!
of t risk. Sir.rsSj.oo.
I r.uu U Jt I'adrius, Cortland.
irc i"i'mpl'ic p--r speciticatiorn
on tile. $ i",-)! . 00 . rcdit for Iuml
iiitf -ill!! hc.ittnt;.
N I'AtirrKin, lortland. Ore -Cotitplete
liriciv. f.'i..'roo Complete
witK rear walls concrete. 1,03700
I'l'.iii.lioiii, W.iv W. heating $joti.OO.
I'jlmtr Klfi , Construction Co.
IVrtLuid. Ore. Complete brick $JJ.
C170 oo, Complt-tc w ith rear walls con
crcte, $-.'.troo0 Deduct plumbing
Srr.v.oo, d.'iuct hi uiixK JiSxioa ln
iUil plumbing $75900, heating tt&2&-
E, B. White, Portland, OreCow
pktc hrirk, $18,314.00, complete with
rear walls concrete, Vt&&M.0. Crecfit
plumbing $75000, heating $175000
Install plumbing $7590, heating.
N. E. Hoover, Albany, Ore Com
plete brick, $io.8j8.oo. Complete with
rear walls concrete $10.00000. Credit
plumbing $730.00, heating 187..00.
Frank Hcd Complete brick, $ig,
jH.H.00. Complete with rear walls con
The following bids were alto read
Thro. M. Barr. Salem, Ore. Hrat
inrf complete, $1794.00.
' J. F. Shea, Portland, Ore.- Healing
Wm. F. Bunce, Portland, Or
Heating complete, $1760,00,
Baker Hardware Co., Albany Or
Plumhinfr, $840.00, Heating, 41887,00.
Plumbing and heating combined
$7700, .Sheet metal furnished and
R. F. Zachman, Tillamook, Ore
Plumbing, Si 5 35. Heating 17000$.
I'r.ctik He yd was awarded the con
tract on his second bid, which if fi r
rear walls concrote, for which the bid
The cuy council acted wisely in ne
ceptini; Mr. Iloyd'c bid, lie beini; n
homo man ai il his bid be inn nlv a
small amount above the two lowest
bidders. Mr. Ileyd will itcouru homo
labor and material so far8 be can and
whatever be makes on the contract
will be left here.
The bid of C. L. Deiuiison of $17,
37G.10 was fur a tllu brick which was
not wanted and was not culled for in
Wo are pleased to note that a home
man second' the contract for the city
hall and a home'' concern secured the
contract'for the new bridge over lio-(juart-jii
Slouch. -Let us keep our mon
ey at home and employ home labor.
C. I. Myers bid in the old city hall at.
Ifi'.OO and bus given (ii-o. Hamlin the
job of moviiiK the same to the vacant
lot between ,tho Jnncs-K Hudson store
anil the building formerly occupied by
CONTRAlT LET FOR
SOUR GRASS ROAD.
At a joint session of the County
Courts of Vainliill and Tillamook
Counties at McMiuuvillc on .Saiur
liny, five bids were submitted for
(jraiJing the new road between the
two counties, or what is known us
the Sour Grass route, and the con
tract was let to the Tillamook Bay
Construction tCo., who had the lowest
bid which yas $18,862.56. This docs
not include culverts or bridges, but
for grubbing and grading the
inilcti of road. There was a difference
of over one thousand dollars in the
,xt lowest bid. It will ivuulre anoih
,f applanation by both counties 1.
miiLhc the rd next year, and it l
t.ot.cd this will be empleld for
ti tr'i sunimei tratel
1 he vtber bids were
Mcinuuc 'Kn l A t o of
foitUnd. totsl bid $.!Vjf. 1
A tiill. on third section
I o.iis Trent, of McMinn-
I 11 Hicks, TtlMmook Hv
t,muiion lo, Bay Vtty
i wlt.m I iinbct tons, t -of
Mr Hicks inicftns us tht tw'
I..J.I nl ennpment Mt on Wedn-
t.w 4nd two uit'ie loads left O'f
, lhurs. mrning The k '!'
push d J lApptlv as pmsiM. Inn
, Htuol be used this year, for no
vmon made for erMl smil'
bnstge. th4t will have to b. l-mlt
K effort was made h one of th.
i. oiraclfrs to have the couit. drl
,wo weeks awarding the omit 4c.
1'c.Mimissi.mer Alleti. f .ilnll
and lwcn. ol I'iUsmook, wwild no
nd for that, Mr llew ioi, ieb
tint 11 W4 to so now tb.-
lb, I'.ul received the bids,
OH CHAiN'NKL 1 ent ""lb rsd and swael clover and
j pea. and anmnineo that the etrl
; menu seem lo Iodieata thai It is pus
VI 4 1 viit in-cmu of the IV-M j, nltm ju ftvpi u(
liiUmook. 4(lett lor the purposr ' !etevtr . our prairie sdl m the
0 . 1-crM i means bottem land. provWd the prairla l
completing the work oil the sh tmiei Xt lgtiml with Urns, and ma'rtire. The
1. tetn lilWk end Bav t ty,,, ( rtr bot(m soil wa
Secretary C , Miller fepwrted utn frun, Mf w. il, HarrlemC
u reeHvrtl a plwoe message froo j l(mmAow on Uwk Klt,f( wh4rh
(he C X Fngmcere olnce to the rl , iKmit o( aMI)tmr,l Uf th.
Itct ih;u the inlis incurred by lb. :gBnttll, and l sample of
dredge for the month of Lmie soil were taken from the fteM
m.Hmting (o srvrl hundred ,b-IUr. j,.f H j jilwri, M rtt Tillamook
wn. unpaid, 4nd that the I'mi , City. IH, the samples of prairie sl
ll.., t .tv had ictuted 10 provide iund:4f j.kK,n UMN msnur at the rale
to ( ,We ulc o th sauic, ami tnal ui
I, ti the Pott of I dUtnook
provide the nernsarv lo'd
.!.e-'r would h,v. to be tJ,Vcn 'M
the wet'.,. wheKitpon a rrsoluii
. 1 ..! 4 r.mttml'r, rot.
sntinif of B C lamb, acco.tt mi"
bv t'apt.un John tir-'Ht be ui ih. c
to (j" I" !"-,r:laiid and cooler will
the 1' S. I'ujfwecf, and arrange fo.
n.i ( r this work with the p.jrt 01
I'.ty I'itv and the I' S. Fncinecr,
,1 f V r e, of tb' port "
k" x ' "i I'rtiiy rvrning, tlu
tf w , ; n ttt'dtr co'tsldcratif"
rc ms "
r;Iani the Port of Bay Citv
awed to com through, whit t(
money H bed agreed to approprir.it
Mr. fjimb era called to make
rerbel report of hit trip to Porthn -
and the eSeretery reed letter, re
ceived from Col. jay . M,rrow ..!
the Corps of Engineers, dated lN
19th, tot, and addressed to Ihr Port
01 itiiamooK. in in letter nr sei
forth the needs of the Ports of Till,,
mook and Bay City for the preset.'
season, and staled that the Port o
Bay City had already deposit.
$400000 out of the $.";onoo called ('
by t' c cugitierrinif oiiice and re
qucttcd that the Port if Tillam.l
remit at its earliest conveni. ne, ; T-i j ' 1- r 34- st
$MSOoo to be furnished by Ihr Por . MfM ,,; ,,'"., '
of Tillamook, this being the arran . .. t' j - u t the di-r t .f .to
ment entered into by the represents j on. c ml h 1 m ;id. t . iimt. into mo
tives of the Port of Tillamook a'o eU'i, ..h,-. 1. ib'-i. o. d ft-te tit in
Port of Bay City at the conferem P-v. ! ,. . 1 n.-i o 4 t,n et f itv
held in Portland at the Engineer ..i
fice between the I Jib and 1 5th
July, 191 V nl which meeting the P
of Bay City was represented by Mi
Russell Hawkins and the Port
Tillamook was represented by B, l
It is moved and reported that thr
verbal report of Mr. II. C. I.umb h
The following resolution was past
"That the Secretary of the Port (
Tillamook draw a warrant on tlx
First .National Hank of Tillamook i
the sum of $$.cooo payable to the orl
cr of J. J. Morrow; alto a warrant in
the sum of $000.00 on the Tillamook
County Hank payable to the older of
J. I. Morrow and same be forwarded
to the U. S. KitgineiT office in Port
I!. ('. I .rut ib moved lite following
resolution which was approved:
"That the Port of Tillamook b-vv :
mill tax for the expense of the Port
o ') included iu the County Budget
for this year, rs per a verbal agree
ment with the L'. S. I'.iigincer anil tin
representative of the Port of Bay
City at the meeting held iu 1'ottlaud
between the ijih and nth of Inly,
LIME PLANT WILL
An Item of general Intercut to the
community, and espccbilly to the far
mers of Tillamook County, lh tho an
nouncement by U. C Jackson, of the
starting of operations at the plant of
the Tillamook Lime Products Co,, In
Tho operations lust spring were made
a an experiment to test tho qualities
of the limestone and to'fopon up the
quarry. With the necessary improvu-
a. .-LI..1. 1.. 1 . ,
ineovB woi'-'ii nro oeing iimuc, a milCIl
finer product will bo ina lo, equal 10
the commercial lines, ; rr
, new screen Inn lug "iH'tinig of
uUtUt the site of smitll lend penell
will m intnlll latiether ilh n
Isrijor engine with n surplus of power,
P0 thnt n much higher enweilv eili be
eblninesll The U will Im storsxl un
der cover for n sulllelont perhsl so
tn allow the wnter eoulMlnml In the
tone lo drain ami dn ih1 l efote Hie
stone is crushed, thus making It p'
slbks (o produce a mrh hlglier per
Otfnlage of imnslimhle pwdr 01 dust
than Is posnlble to obtain from wot
lite csimpany hat neon enrnwpomnnH
with farmer In the Willamette Valley
mi Jar. Jaekssto aomfttneos th of
n earkuMl of lime to an orehatdlsl at
Wmnltrum and othar itukss are In view
We rtope this will 1 the beginniify of
unelher imprtnt Industry in Till
meek County. The fwrnwrs In the vl
ley appreciate the value of lime and
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I T -
Mr. Jackson Is mahlntf n ' ot
teats on river bottom Mil ami pruirie
Mil in eonneclkm with parallel ssrte
) being made by Mr. K C Jotrn.
1 County AgttewllurWt. In order to d
1 tetmine the value l elfeet of lim
tone and manure ami othstr fertUliers
on praiHesoit Mr. Jaehson is ewrl-
of S tons per sere and ground Itmeetone
at the rate uf 2. 3 and t tuns per ace.
: ami un the river bottom umplts he
umk! manure at the rata of lone pr
sere and itms at th rata of 3 teem per
acre. t- an far indieatc that lh
prairie ,tatl with manure atwt
8 ami t kms of lm will produ just
fine a crop -f clover as lite boltoo
, bind treated ith 2 loos uf lime and
manure; and th prairie soil (realm)
I with manure ami 2 lone ol lime will
produce a better crop of etvef "hen
the bottom land nt trestud witHHtimv
or manure. Il ths oxperimenle will
hear Ottt in oraetle. whleh air. Jmk.
u. in-v-. wm 11 win u .
good deal for Tillamook. The prairie
soil will er tainly nrodue good erope
1 if irivan a ehane. Mr Ju-ltnn irwiim
l , liny lnU(MUd Uj e(tn in trt
tho ainarimanta. Th cm ai hia Luu
, Tillamook. The. wilt be aMbited
Bl ue county fair In Auswat.
Mr. Jaekaon wlahsra u. annmine. it
any one wishing or Intending to us
. lime this fall, communlcsie with htm
' at once sou to lei him know hw
touch they want and whether they
want the ground or burned lime
; that he can make the neeaassrv pro-
visions for ukln? ear of the order.
w.u n..ti.hi imu.ii 0 t . 0er
' at.... ..ea.... ... 1. . . ...
llllf .irt liC'-'H idle U-, une aatiffnc.Kl
lit cnrivrr.tlon with a pruinuicni wo
"An you (amlltnr tn the .Wr.n
glnn sneas. alra Kdd) V nuerted tJre
"ludeixl. no; not the must bitr' r.i
Piled Mra. I'hljr hastily. ! niwii)s
iniitie tiiu sarvnnta know their place-. '
New York Tl'inw.
A Quer Wsodan riow.r.
A iineur WouileM Honor Is 10 ln fnttmi
In timiieniiiiu. ThU tlower Is culled
the ru.e .IT hell fioui tin- f.iel that It
grov.-s on Us.. Mhti'M nf Mo.iii' Ajtun mid
rouinl ihe si-ureil 114,' f a,,, toieatin
Of lllt'-.tt (not f, 111,11,,, 1 ,(H
tile "ill ,:din of whli li are . -iver.-.l Willi
lain, like Ihul of ,i tree Ihe h.
usiiiiilj nboiii 11 foot hia-h. u r (
wowl iuvuiinI with bin 1. T,,. riower
meiisnn-a nearly 11 mm nerosN
"Now. Itt Hie eoilim. of thU ploy."
tvihl Ihu tniiimger, "you are expelled lo
do Movciul funny rails How are you
"I come liet to Nlilgnru." respotiiliil
the other. Willi thnt commence pot un
neeesHnrv to M loiiiedluu of rmik.
Pllek By violpuce mme Imve governeil loiin.
It Is Hie linn bin u-etitle rule Unit I.
ldiiuy K. Ilemlurson, I'res.
.lokn latlaiid llenderMon,
Attor.)iy-Ht-(,tWi Nlury ,0
Tillamook Title and
I .w, Abstracts, Kea Kstau,
Hurt eying, Insuranca.
j J 1
ui OKKUUM I
mil i e 111 s, , . 1
by vititit. of ho 1 , 1 ''"S
the Ciieuil C..,ri -r 1 , ' V
.. I. . . . . SH ,1 f.
Ihnonuse whetei-. t,.,.f..fc', 'J's
a nltilntllt 1 1 .. ... '.. I'lr
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..I'M wren. lli:.. m. r vor Vf u
pUllltlir, Um.fKe I if'1
laituliial thai .1. . "
Has for I , V. ",wl
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in hn.Ml. t e "
t.BH.... ... I . ftia m.
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310, 7 1 feel . the ..er -OUtlh
SI0.71 feel ti
ll tit t 1
tlmnco IMttth 7."
1 1.1 feet. Ihr, e .
throeo woel -seatth
It'll SI f.e
of beginning. . t
Ittotii at e , all I .
end 11. tow tiahi.
wttsl. of (ho 1 1 Ian ,
Hhorilf of 1 'lu
I tenure is he,.
8euml lloord of
ber S3, 't1llam..o. .
feelve aeale.1 In l
U elu-li tMlatliiK.
of sai-l il-sUiet. I -ftv
n.ile east f ' '
Sold M.U will I . i
tnt the oetit.l at ' '
p W. at the re -clerk
of .! 'i
plaits and pce ' a'
It. the nrfle- nf tic
rtnis.t4nt a '
The fWrd react r
any or all bids
1 1 '
(N'olUo ill Adlttltlislralcr't
III the Coorty v-ouri ol the
ol Ofcttoit, lor Illlaniool
In lb Matter -ft'-
William J i
KuflrE Is MM
the utHlrrstg' el.
qualined sod ' , a
of IK af iea. I rc ,.
publle ro- ttot. t
for -aeli, "i r..r pai
attesi tn ariireat .
tee I a tlie io . a. '
foltots n. -!r. f,
Tbn i...itlvl . .
In l . ' st.ip 1 "
uf .ll-n.rtlr Man
I jmii1 , re;..r
.Sucli aale will !. i, .
front d.-r of tie . .
of th ol "f 1
tfegr, mt I'uiala) '
rWf ta ll U-t IPC. a!
A, itt., -I the re"
Jel '. M) all 1 '-i '
and such sole -approtai
of u.r 11
lodge of the
! . ' ;'!
I " it i
State of trvgoo
Five eons, eot.vr 1
..(liitliilstrnlor'.s Sotkc U
' KOI It i: IS IU 1 '
by at outer "f ' 1 '
1 .lb... H.k Coo 1
and ei.ti-finl, the u
Desti oimI, has ben
mitiistrator of Ho
fles ir. oti. tleeuu.i ! '
(tiv.'ti, that nil j , .-
ru..t tl 11 said -1 1 '
quired, iv Itlon .1 1
aftr this date. 1
to thr undrit,'!o '
S. 8. Jolin.o. . ..r 1
w ill, proper v ., lo '
llnhd Jul) 1'" .
Adiult'isirntor 1 f
l 01 oelli B I a.
r 1 i
1 . h -a
1 e 1U"
160 ACRES FOR SALE
ijiie.ni.it inn., ir "
Buy. tir acres in too.l pb!"'
wa'or. Take part pit. ment 10
property, lotluiice cash
W A MiirkinltW'
Til I KMCiCiY RA
a aUsUiini wa
AT ALL (iKOCBKS
COAST POWER CO.
Electric LlghHnC l'0""
You will be Iniirrc.teJ l'
tvt.m if,..., -I.. u...,ii allil t-S
sr liarls !
AI .rigid fk
Nil I UK is 1. , . . .,,..,