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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1915)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
lGES1lIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Orkcon, Dijchmjuju 21. 1915.
The First National Bank
Capit.tl ,nd Surplus $30,000
Member Federal Reserve Bank
h t . Uml, Pimtilciit W. J. kfccliarn, Ciwlncr
.L M iMcii, Vice I'm. I. !l. ICclilson, Asnt. CiiHhicr
BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
4. : 1 !'
' I I'clfc' fitted
A. W. Ilium
tn. C. Jfutib
kV .ti tu-tuimfciren to nil Hanking business
vk. 1 tu Mt IwhicIh.
EX. M'NAIR & CO.
IC ! IS K A l II 15 W All IS
KITCHEN RANGES and
tto Ua for Prices Before Ordering Elsewhere
!" PRUDENT MAN
V NEVER OUT OF
0B AND WITHOUT'
NEY IN WE BANK
trots won't bring back the money you have extrava-
Bpont. One suro friend to a man in trouble is monoy
' tho man who banks his monoy is tho man who gains
Iflclonco of his employer and holds his jb.
noy in the bank als means GRED1T and GOINH-
No man can afford not to have tho gnfidonco of
Mai OUR bank YOUR bank.
e pay 4 per cent intorost on Savings Deptsits.
illamook County Bank
Ascribe For The Tillamook Herald.
Miel Ti:zsby and Friday.
Tlirrr are 1610 rlilMrmi of school
K't III Itonoburr,, according to ft aohool
C:' 114 U
Thousands of rsrltttrnxii trnm ro
liclnft shipped from (.uhanwi to Hun
To nuocml It F. films, bank exam
iner, rcetr.ntd, tho Mutn hanking toi.nl
has HMItllcl K. r. Hldr us militant
Tho fclxUi annual contention of the
Oreiion Hmtn Hotel association
held In Portland
A rumor In current that tbo Wl.
lamtitlri Vally Houthnrn nlcctrlo lln
limy m oiinnrtPit from Mount AmuI
lo Halrtii nmt HUi)toii.
Umlt Hlmmnr... u Hwlm. 4D ycurn
oil), wui. HUM by the fill of a limb
of a treit while outlln weed on tilt
plaao 1) tnlli'H northnot of IlllUburo
A itn Indication of tan growing p,ip
UlsMly of Cmtfir LUo national piua,
12.19 visitors wmi rejriMrmt durltu
th" season, ntiil 2399 kutDmoti'.aa worn
Die entire SniiUir.i Island, oppo
tlt Huciu Vlta. Is to bo oonvort.-d
luln it )ifnnlr.t firm at tho btrgin
nine of ihr spring of 1M. ucconliuti
tn i turn now In proar.j.i.
(M.r lu ccrg tnu rar Mxh)Liti
which re (tiotii k( Km Mill
count; eorn nhuw In Muloui ri'OoiiC)'
v.rrn notit to HI 1'iiut. Minn., to com
hju ;.i tho imilnntil corn nhovc.
Thr "Jplf" l th iiumy of an or
i;n.mllo.i formt'O kt HiolurK re
tiitntly by u miiiibur of youn: nim w.
th cu to priMiJu tor th "down n.'iu
oiiu" pr.or to tlio C'liriitmai holiiij
Kuur (load, one tlytus "l Nevun t'
In iho ntfk'i record, tho riHMilt :
trli hiuttR'.d. which 'rol;o out In an ,.
ilvinir In nn lltiltau colony In t'orUmoi
lu lo tho coituniltou of (morly cosl.
uii jtark,, --
'Ilu Btim of J90 In prUi wru rt. .
trlbuioi hii'.hr tb iinuJ.-ir. Urdu a:
of 1350 i ha" wru onlorl tu ut t.
ontli aununl uxlilbltlon cf tho l)rp;:
I'oultr)' unit l'ul Stock ruicoclul.jn u;
Of tho l?I uocl'Umtii rt'ported to t! .
into Imluktrlul neohttiai eomniUuuL
for tho muoU budltiK lcomtjor 0 oi .j
ont wut fatal. Air:. Cum Klur. or
Auroru, v.n killed wlion run iloun b;.
u tnr.n nunr t'tiaby.
No iippejl will ho tUtll by th atnti
IiiiiiI ho.inl from tho tlooiaion ol itu
wiirtl U. Worth. L'nltnil Stama survo
or-Koimrul ol OrfBou, wuuroiti Alkali
Inko. lu cualnxl Oronou, an ilcclat-v
to ho fodi ral property.
I'luullolon uiul Unmtltlii county
Hhcopiiion uru lookliij; lorwunl to a
norUm of h'oturn which iwu to bo do
llvortM Dccombfr 13, H uml 15 ut
I'otitlU'tou, by W. T. Uttch. a iirotntti
ont wool uxport, of HaU I.nko.
Tho North Urnpquu rlrcr tiiabor illo
Irlut In lo b thoreimhly crulaiul this
wlittur. K'tidall Hrctlura huvo wont
H crulBoru Into thn flId U oi.tlnmto
tho valtii' of thctr holdlne. ami othor
tlinbor owurrt wtll do llkuwlne with
To operate th nUo Kormiieiit
and statu Instllutlenii ut yoar will
require $';,5iO,000, fttcordlnn to unit
umto.i of thr lUte Ux coiiimlsidon,
which Iiuh uunvuuccd Ihu tunttlvo
aiilvuulH which trh of Un couii
tleii lu lliv Ut will reiiulrod to
Thw nulurul feturi ff Orolts
topography, clluinU, rtrw. aka mmI
wumpnaud Una fw of IU itrftau
are dvnerlkvd Lu a rprt mlltU4 "sur
face water nupjly of Or" M7S
I'JIO," which kit Just la ky
thu Uultttd HUieii golflai iurTy
h Water Kupply Vwr 870.
After hU year ad thren a8RUla,
linprlnoiimont in tU Oru vnltn
tlary lCdward Uuuh Martin. ' West
Point Krnduatu and civil wutUww of
ability. Blayer of Nathan Wolff, a
Portland itiiwnbvoUw:, wus-paroled by
Oovornor WlUiycoinbo. Martin was
aervlnR a 16-year iontonco for man
lu tho eloaluc hours of tho 1016 Pa
cific international Livestock exposi
tion at Porllaud, tho directors of tho
auow uiot aud doslded ou Uouoiaber
4 to 9, Inclusive, for Uio dates for the
1916 show. The 1916 show waa tho
beat yet, uccordluB to directors, aud
(ho plans for tho 191b exhibition will
go forward witli leal.
Oregon mayors were olectod last
weok aa follows; Bclo, Dr. A. U. Pnlll
Turner, R. O. Tlioman; Lobanou, J. I-.
Uiulorwood. .ruffeVHou, Ur. W, W. Al
len; fltaytou, Ur, 11, A. Hnnuchuuip;
liluuit, "' ' wiwl.U .
3. V Tnm- -vt My, M funl; Nov
jiort. H..A. ij. ', r'h Iyitto.i&m'
Sunshine and Warmth
After The Storm
The Serqre Slorm of The Past Week
Abated On Wednesday and Thursday
I Woi licautifui Day.
BUNK IS STILL BUNK
PROFIT IN LARGE FARMS
Wo havo said thnt this country's
From Weekly News letter U. S. D. A.
TTnrlnr tin -rinl ( lr.fi. uitilnd nnt,Mtl
...lir ,ll... I.. I - I - --' H'-F'".
..... , WUK. .,.,u, - on the avcraKe American farm, the
ni;.iiy uy n tjuHiinuu vnriii cdinrnis'
iin ii nd not as occasional well-meant
Tillamook in nlli enjoying brnuti
ful weather The storm abated on
Wednesday and the water Immediately
huitr.n to go down and hv afternoon the
roads out of town lenilinK north and
routh were ncufn pasnablu.
The Coats Lumber Co, sutrrrrd some
low oij account of a ncow, loadud
with railroad iron, a loccin car and
some oilier material, breaking from its
inoorlnp and lloatin(f down the slouch.
The scow hus liceri found, but its load
is Kumflwhere in the bottom of the
Ioca( weather recorder (5. V. Sand
ers ells us that 7.11 inches of rain fell
durlriK ll liours of the storm. On Tuts-
day 4.14 Inches fell.
On account of numerous slides our
train service between here Hnd Port
laud litis bcttn supended. Ray (irate,
local uient nt this place, tells us that
we can ex;ect our first train from
Portland on Monday. The motor ser
vice between this place and Wheeler
was resumed this mornini;.
Wo ex (we t outside mall to arrive
here over the Sheridan road today ana
every tiny until the railroad is in com
statutes by unqualified Congressmen.
That sticks, but It does not mean thst
we endorse all the tariff shams. When
the Philadelphia "Public Ledger"
, headline It out that
! Top Notch Level of Husiness, Reached
Through Europe's Need, Can Be
Made Permanent Hy Wise Tar-
j the "Ledger" Is merely on" its balance,
j Prosperity does depend on "need"
, expressed ns active buying power; but
' this last cannot be manufactured by
tariff legislation. It depends on the
opportunity for making a satisfactory
profit varies directly with the number
of acres farme'l, according to farm
management specialists in the depart
ment. This statement is substantiated
by figures gathered tn the course of a
survey which has recently been made
by the department.
In the territory surveyed, farms of
from 30 to -10 acres required for each
crop acre f lr worth of machinery on an
average, as compared with less than
Vi worth on farms of 160 acres and
over. The i-inall-.iir.cd farms needed
one horse for every 'J acres, as com
pared with one horse for more than
production and distribution of real 117 acres on the larger holdings. In
wealth, on the intelligence, hopeful-' spite of this increased investment per
Mrs. Ilotts entertained the Club for
the Decomber Hireling.
Thu house was uecely decorated in
keeping with the seiieou even to a
Oirutmas true laden with gifts to
which uahniciuber2guct found which
particular gift they cnuld lay claim to
iiy tracing red aiul gren ribbons,
iiietri afternoon was spent s.t the close
of which the hostess terved delicious
refreshments. Tho Club adjourned to
meet with Mrs. Koch thu following
Fhe invited guests were Mesdamcs
Donahue, Sanders ami Winslow.
acre, the smaJI fanns were not so well
cquiped with labor saving machinery.
Less Profit on Small Farms
On the farms of from 13 to 40 acres
the average labor income that is to
France Is Asked to Explain.
WasiuiiRton. The Kronen cruiser
lies Cartes hold up thrco Amurlc-u
steamships In tho vicinity of San Jiun j
lu a search for roservlsls, according !
to a dispatch received here from tho
collector of port at San Juan. Tho
statu di'par'iuoiil. It was announced,
has uaked tho French government (...
iffnr an Immediate explanation.
rifss, and energy with which the coun
try sails into its work. Social justice
is of infihftelv more imortance than
crafty import duties. The other stand
ard sham is the foreign bogy. An out-
in caueu mo manuiaciurcr s iniorma-i
tion Hureau sends this out anent Ger-'sav, the money which the farmer re
rnany : j ceives for his year's work after the
It is understood that those who are j interest on his investment has been
available for employment now in the deducted, was only $240, while on farms
various factories throughout the king- of over 1C0 acres thu average was
dom arc steadily at work on goods forjil.575. From these and other figures
export, and that these goods are being ! which convey the same lesson, the in
accumulated so that at the end of the j vestigators concluded that the small
war, and when trade is resumed, they t farm, carryirg on a genera! farming
can be rushed to foreign markets and, i business, labors under a fixed handicap
undoubtedly, sold at comparatively low 'that is inherent in its size,
prices. ' The relation of the size of the farm
The fact is that Germany has not! to the opportunity for profit is de
enough raw materials to make the clared in the bulletin already men
dyes and chemicals she needs, and that tioned to Le of vital interest "because
all cotton, jute, si k. woe , and other , . ... ... .,
liber, and practically all metals, have,0' the not,on whlch so widely prevails
been taken over by the Government, j that the ideal of American agriculture
A German manufacturer must get his js the small farm. Numerous real
materials by special order and in limit- ; eslate prornotion schctnes are based on
cd (luantuit'b. What uoods could he-.,. ... .... . . ..
"aciumulate"? It is just this sort 0fjlh,s'dea- It is a dist.net faHacy. Very
Interested bunk that makcJ our tariff (small farms arc difficult to make suc-
jcessful anywhere, and it is only the
exceptional man who is equal to the
task. Thev must always be devoted to
the most Intensive types of farming,
and the products of most kinds of in-
tensive farming fluctuate greatlw in
.... , ., . . . volume anu price, so mat tne ousiness
on l-niU cv.iung:
a political football.
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES FOR M. E.
will l: rendered at the M. t. Church
American Flag May Remain on Pacific
Now York. Tho announcement by
tho Southern Pacific company that it
hnd tiBreed to cell Its holding of
hhares of Pacific1 Mall Steamship com
pany stock to W. P.. Graco & Co., r.-as
taken hero to mean that the Stars and
Stripes and tho Pacific Mall flK wtll
romaln on the Pacific ocean.
Allied Forces Cut In Two In Balkans,
Berlin, by wireless to SajTllle. Bul
garian troops have broken threunh the
Anglo-French lino and cut off the
French forces from the British, ac
cording to an official statement re
ceived here from Serbia.
"' C..y. inoT, .o(-i).:
k' M'ti, J. se; h rirlftrrs; Marshfli-' 1
Ii A. Oopple; Trontasle, Mrs. Clat'
In connection with the distrlbntlet
of iick and rare fteU seed, antherlte :
In tho act maklne approarlatinns fc.
t .o United Stateo department ef &r.
culture, the department has plaert at
tho disposal ef Congressman Hawley
a number of packages ef the Bnflan
grass see4. eetne Montotmgrewm al
falfa Howl, mni a few pMicagee t an
Impreved riety ef field peaa, to last
ho might. Attribute Uom to the. farm
ore of Ute first couKreesiitnal district
'DROP W AND
, LOOK AROUND"
un ;s i,j the cungrcgatiiin : " hi:
SIkjiIv. r-.s s.itch their llock by mi.1i
and "llaik! the herald angvls sins,."
Herman Hunter, "Enough for Ail."
hlvira olfo. "Three Good Chccr
S.ng by Alr5. Edward's- class.
Mary Ullmann. "Christmas, What
does it im.au?"
Dorris Woolfe, "December."
Anthem by the choir.
Robert Campbell, "A Christinas
Florence Hunter, "Tlic Merriest
Exercise by members of Mr. Tromb
ley's class "King Out Sweet Christ
Song, Irnia Austen, "Once Unto the
Ilcue Austen, "Ilclss of Christinas."
Hula Thayer, "The Love Box."
Music by the Cjuartett.
Marion Lamb, "An Impatient Wait
tr." Christmas Story, Rev E. Gittins.
is very insecure. The danger is greatly
! macnificd if the small farm is situated
' a long distance from market, for prices
't for their products do not have to fall
j very far until the transportation char
i gs wipe out all profits. Even in the
vicinity of the better markets these
small farms succeed only in localities
where thev have distinct advantages
for the particular type of farming
which they follow."
R. C. Jones.
Christmas Services at the Presbyterian
"Following tho Star and Finding the
King" is the subject for the pastor's
sermon Sunday at 11. and in the even
ing at 7:30 Van Dykes "Story of the
Other Wisti Man" will be told. Special
music by the choir in both services,
and Mr. C. II. McGhee will furnish
special numbers in the evening service.
All without their church home in the
community, and especially strangers,
are cordially invited to spend Sunday
in attendance upon these Christmas
Land For Sale
40, 80, 120 or 160 acres of the Dr. Brooks'
ranch, 3 miles south and Vi mile west of Tilla
mook on old Netarts road. Three of the 40
acre tracts hare one half or orer good bpttom
land which the tide, backing up through a creek
from the Tillamook River M mile east.ovcrflows.
There is a barn 40xS0 on one 40 acre tract
which is 3-5 bottom. There is a verr good
house on pne 40 acre which is Va bottom, aud a
school house is also located on this 40. One 40
acre which has no buildings is Vu bottom land.
The remainder is bench pasture lands (some
plowed) but mostly set to red cloer. One 40
bench timber land, some grazing.
Price Will Be Right. Part Trade. Will
Will sell 40, SO, 120, 160 acres or all.
Write Owner, C. B. COLLINS,