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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1915)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
R?EZL9iRCUL-A"r'ONOF ANY PAPER'IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Okkgon, Skitkmiikk 1915.
Auk any of our etiHtomciH about.
First National Service
Thcyjarc nil pleased with it and
Can tell you why.J
lirsl National Huiir
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SERBIA IS BEGUN
Probable Plan is to Connect
With Bulgaria and Rein-
Ilorlln, via Imliiti. Official report
(rum Austrian and German headqunr.
tun Mini illttimtclifM from tlio Hnlknn
lupltnU show that tlio long-expected
Teutonic campaign against Berbla linn
AUMrltui n nil German artillery U
bombarding Serbian (million south
of the river tronUer along tin) hiamlrvl
mile fVout betwei-n tlu mouth of the
Orlna ami Mornvit rivers,
Till action undoubtedly U Intended
nt n curnr to tho throwing of a force
aoroan the rher uml llu seizure of u
bridgehead, whence thi no "steam
roller" enn l started. Jtjit whero a
crossing ill bo attempted In un
known. Tim shortest rryito to llulgnrla
would lead throuKti tlx? northeastern
corner of Sorbin, where barely 30
tttllt1 of Serbian territory Intervenes
between thu Ilulgarlan iind Hungarian
borders. Ttw difficult mountainous
eoutllry, the abm-nco of railroads and
the proximity of tin Kalimantan fron
(lor. however, npeak In favor of the
j old rr;:io of the crusader further to
. tliit wont U;rour,li tbu broad and fertile
! Morava vulloy.
Through thl vulloy run roads and
' n railway ll:io to Uulgarla and Turkey.
This rnt.rond reaches tlio Danube nt
two mints. lteljCnulii tuiil Siimondrla,
both of which aru unil or bombardment.
ALLIES GIVE STRONG
HINT TO BULGARIA
Bernstorff Authorized to Nego
tiate Terms Direct With
Dir,y) hr American l'rr Automation
Archduke Frederick, who I corn.
inandr.n-chlsf of the Auitrlan armlet
operating 3Qlnt the Russians.
BRIEF WAR NEWS
IlrlUlii'a losses In the war were of
ficially an.iounce.i to be 3S1.9S2 In
killed wounded nnd missing.
Meat products valued nt about $15,
O0O.O0P shipped last October to Don
mark by American packers nnd seized
by Great Ilrltaln cn route, were de
clared confiscated to the crown by the
Ilrltlsh prize court before which the
case was tried.
ICngtaitd's dally war exponditures
cc5-von the wildcat dreams of fl
nanclal experts. Moving a new credit
of 11.125,000,000, Premier AHijulth an
nounced In parliament that her daily
Ilerlln, via I.ondon. I'ull settlement
f the aubmarlno problem probably
I can be arranged by negotiation In
I Count von Bernstorff, German am-
bassadur to the United Slates, Is In
complete possession of Information re
I curding the wishes and policy of Ger
many, and has power to nego'tiato
terms of settlement with the United
j States, subject only to final revision
and approved by the homu govern
The German government will glvo
U careful consideration to the evi
dence coHcerr.ln the crruraLUiicca
j which nttet: led it.t sinking of the
j stainr A-al!;. submitted by the
American : er:rs-:rt 'U.-ough Ambas-
tiador fiers i!. Ontllloh vnn .Tntrnur
tho German foreign minister, made a
statement to this effect In an inter
view. Herr von Jagow said, In his Inter
view, that Germany could not wcT
repudiate the report of the command
er of the submarine which sank tho
Arabic, Nevertheless, there was room
for a difference of opinion, and Ger
mnny would examine carefully the evi
dence from Washington.
He repeated the assurance that en
emy passenger steamers which re
spected the maritime code would not
bo attacked without warning, said ex
plicit directions had been given tho
submarine commanders, and asserted
the whole. German Kovecnmiuit. stood.
behind this policy.
VAN H. MANNING
Van H. Manning, who was recently
appointed chief of the United States
bureau of mines.
Swedish Loan Promised Cermany.
London. In rM.urn for fJurmnnvVj
average from July 18 to September 11 con8eIIt t0 pornll: oxportal,on of
"" -."'."' ' coal and some other specified items to
Thu Cermans have occupied Vllna Swcef t,ve Swedish banks, accord-
kill . M ...l.t , ...I '
. UJ mu BwpiK movemcni lO I,,., , mnenhnran rnrr.cn.UM
i C.overiimeut asking In effect that It ( the north of that city have succeeded ; o tho ux-hange Telegraph company. ' Nevada, Utah, Wyoming. Oregon and
I'urls. The entente allies have pre
sented ti Joint nolo to thu llulgtirlnn
HELD BY 13 STATES
Portland, Or. The Western States
Water Power conference, a gathering
of vital importance to the 13 western
states In which are located the great
majority of all the water po'wer
streams in the United States, opened
in Portland Tuesday, September 21.
Tfieth ree-day session of Ite cbnfir
ence was devoted to discussion of
tho best means ot opening for develop
ment the undeveloped water power
resources in tho vast territory em
braced by the states of Arizona, Cali
fornia, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New
Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota,
Notice to Contractors
Nsijr t llrndVrton, l'rc.
M-.n li- n-,(j iiutulornon.
itr l.w. Notary Puhlla
aUniook Title and
AUtmru, Krul KoImIu,
Srvo )if. Iiunrniicr.
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im rvmiui iiuii. i ii mm-, nun- i m mo iiussinu army, wnicn Is
ever, Is not In thu nature of an ultl- j flRhtlng in tho railway triangle bo
uiittnm. tWecn Vllna, Mda anil Vlioika
t Call fur Hkin. Pnipoinl will be re
J ecivctl by the iindnrniijnnl for repair.
.iin; ml pnliitini; the It. U Wndu build-
The note, which was sent In pursu
ance of decision by the allied paw.
ers to text thu good" fnlth of llulgnrla
by submitting thu recent coucexKloiiH
in ft t tho comer of Sllllwiill Avenue j imulu by .Sorbin with thu view of se
curing from llulgurln u definite state
ment ns to her position.
It points out thai thu allied powers
nro now prepared to offer tlio Serbian
confession on Ilulgnrln's claims to dis
puted territory and usKa lmlK.irla If
the cincexHiona secured tiirough tlio
Joint offlceH of the allies will bring
ibiut Hulirlns cooperation with the
' thor llti'liun stntes.
j i nnd First Hirunt. The plant nnd ilutntl
J covering carpenter work aiid iulntiug
i my be Iind nt this olllre on inquiry.
lllds must be received not Inter than
i -Saturday noon September -Uh, 11115.
f ! KollL. W. Watson, Agent
I i for It. I.. Wiule.
llough lumlir fur iil. Sra Tilla
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desire to tfive American women perfection in
that most intimate and important garment, the
The touch of the master hand is mirrored in every
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combined, making HON TON the distinctly class
Write "DON TON" on your shopping listl Be sure
your corsetiere personally fits you toyortBON TON
model. Price $3.50 to $25.
Ask YOUR Dealer
Commanders of Germun submarinc-s
have been given strict orders, it h.vs
been Irnrnod authoritatively, tha: .n
case of doubt as to the intentions of
liners they nre to tnko the safe ciure
nnd permit thu ship to oscnpo rather
limn run tho slighteii risk of o t -.
After n btoody tight. French t-oo;jj
supceeded In crcosing the .Mnrne ca"al
and gajnod a foothold on its r ,r
bunk which tlio Germans had Uou
holding in lore since thoy were turn
ed tek in the sroat bnttlu whiih
cheeked their rush on Paris. If the
Frenh enn hold their now position
they wilt seriously threnten thu
man lines through Hurry Au Due, an I
thence nnrtln ird to Rheims.
.:. r Rcvo!u.:om rrfisatens EnQlantl
I.oni'.'Jn. Tho executive committee
of rw Atnulsr.siated Union of ltnilway
Servants unnnimously ondnrsed tho
n i ement In the house of commons of
I II Thomas thnt ejnucrlptlon won! I
1 tIiik on nn industrial revolution nnd
tmt tho railway workers would atop
kroner (about $10,000,-
Bryan Talks Peace Trip.
Washington. William J. Bryan an
nounrcd that lie had taken under ad
visQinont the suggestion from editors
of foreign language newspapers pub
lished In the United States thnt he
maKO a trip to Europe as a private
peace envoy to tho warring powers.
Haltlen Government Recognized.
Washington. Formal recognition
has been accorded by the United
States to the new government in Haiti
hetrtled by President D'Artiguenavl.
The present conference Is the re
sujt of n call Issued by the Oregon
legislature last winter, inviting legis
latures of ten other states to appoint
five delegates each to attend a con
ference to be held in Portland. The
purpose of this conference was de
clared to bo to "declare In moro spe
cific detail tlie principles which tho
water power and public land states
of the west deem a Just and equitable
basis for developing their resources."
J Wanted, to lease 20 to 60 cow dairy
or will take milking- job for man and
two boys. Address J. F. Shultz, Bar
YOUNG TAN BE "PRUDENT-STOP
EXTRAYAGANCEPUT YOUR MONEi
Russians' Make Successful Retreat
London. Thr Russians Imvo escap
oil thu tolls of the Vllna salient and
retired In good ordor, destroying nil
military works and a considerable por
tion of tho railway, according to the
Petrograd oorreapondeiit of the Post
Successor For Dumba Named,
rtudnpest. A dispatch says that Ia
Jentun von Maroxynskl, former Austro
Huiigarhui ambassador ut Rome, hui
been soloctod U rcplaco Dr. Dutnbi
im ambassador at Wualilngton.
How many a young man it ktpt back from promotion or a
junior partnership because he does not save a part sf what he
The man who SAVES is ths man who gains the CONFI
DENCE of his employer and jets advanced orer the extrava
gant man who works by his side.
The BANKING habit is ths best habit a man ca acquire.
Make OUR bank YO UR bank.
Yv pay 4 pep cent interest on S wings Deposits.
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Ilamook County Bank