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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1911)
8UNDAY, DCCCUDCR 31. 1311.
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0 acaajr aw a as tak m asaay
MUt m ts Latla-Amert
. b-at ! (Was New Iwi
la "tb wsddest. auecrtest
9 aa all IM (WJikmm year write
T"UUaa Thorp U IW Wasblngioa Star
V a lwa aa uy i-g bolivar t
ta world a win ian4 every rMUi
f H taat greatest sf aU oetes
Every a U ta xmotry. rra tb
pvasaili st In has r-alao V tb tcaf
la atreels. baa very large a eel
apiewdld time seeing b old year out
aad tb w year to.
I bappeoed t b la Caracal, tb cap
ital of Yeuu. at tb jesrs etl
at long aim. A, couple et day aft
CbrtstBs I ask4 a autik of the
Aasartrma keg Mo:
"Do (kt peopl ceiebrat the New
- -Csseoeaier k said. -"ra. I shootd
say ae! Imagine lb Fourth of July,
sectloa night. Thaak salving day aad
aa CaguM -fafefclag Borht aU rolld
tato mm. and ya will have some faint
f a Yeuesoela Nw. tnr'i
TWr ax s aaaay Destas la taut
cwuairy that a Baa caa Bvr get hla
wort 4oo, added a AaaerV-aa coO
aUatar wa wss talking witls aa.
ariew 1 Int cam ber my Ubrm
to tak r I wo or tart dsjs a
ar aotkiay. If H wat wo
saiat day it was lb aaalverury of
th victory of Corobobo or too birth
of Bolivar. Tbey AM at a to want
a ar saottey. If tbey could Jaat ret
aaoaaj aaooey to bay food aad rig
ntta aad Uttte afaadioat they were
"1 aa atlrrsd ap their araMtlon a
bat. aaad then cat oat a rood maay
f ta aaatam. bat there ar mem bol
' Taay wftV yoa dar not uy anjihlof
aatat ta Latta AmrVra. aix th
cataf of tWaa ta th New Ttar. My
am waat wrk oo New Tear day
er ta act t day. al It win probably
ta tbeaa all ta week to get fit for
It ta laajtoaaiM t aleep lat oa tb
aaarafa; of Dae. SI la aay Poma Amer
fa city. I waa awakened aaon after
daw by tb elanffiar of a hnadred
haUa. I cararaa tber Ja aan-4nt
rkarrkt o nearly wrery Mreet corner
MM of rfet-m r tvAMtnir kto rat,
and aB taeir beila ar rrarked. Wbea
New Tear da we xbom bet la ar
ran- wtta a rfnr that tbrrateoa to
wrerk tb rratr ateeple and their
anaaioc diecorda effrrtually murder
AT THE OLD YEAR'S GRAVE.
y FRANK L. STANTON.
, T tb rrare of the Old Tear
ato4 a Htti rbltd with an
ararftH f flowerm. .Tike Hrht
f tao Honuac waa oo bla
brow, tb faith of tb rvrar la hla
radiant eye. Oh by one tb flower
fell apoa the gn wm till It waa bWMen
baa eat a crtrnaoa canopy. 8iiflit war
e i ra of Jof. aa4 aom were Oowera
of teara; aone were tb roae of aweet
aaac and aotue were mentor) of
atrb. flat cr all there fell tb Ulira
of Lot and that fair flower wboae
weeter natoe In Bop. And (lorUo
tf at reamed too Light from (be far
aatora hlUa. Ulad row. floated heav
enward. There waa a aand of allrer
trampeta. a melody f bell. And tb
child mill fired the Future, and If a
teardrop trembled In btx eye It waa
kWaed away of Urht. And be paad.
alnsinK. Into tb heart and home of
aeo. heralded by Hop and welcomed
by the Bwaic of the rejolclnr bella -Atlanta
.' Two 'acta About Lea Year.
km tor tb am "leap year," It
eema to be a rulnoomer. atac oa amp
year Prbruary. the rhaareabl roonra.
doe not leap a day. out take o one.
However, the nmt plana I bl tradition
, aa to the origin of the name la to the
effect that tb law knew bat 30 diyf
to tb year and tbat wbe every foor
yeera tb T-Kh of Frbrnary aprred
on tbe calendar It waa not connted aa
a day In tb eyea of tb law. but waa
Tb year la now Jnat exactly aa It
waa after Oreeory bad rorrerted It
Breo after bl corrertloo, however,
there rematna a alight mixta ke. hnt it
la o very email tbat It will amount
- to only a day In 8.0 year. Tbe er
fr la oo of eirea. It la prooowd
to make tbe year MCi. orbertrhui a
leap year, a common year. After tbat
tbe calculation ar mo minot that tbe
Irnjrtb of tbe year will ao exactly eor
reepond to tbe earth' rerolotloo
aroowl tb aim tbat It wtll not differ
tor than a day la a tbooaand centn
i o CSETJO
PUSrARATIOVS are atarted
y for tb cetbratwi f New
ra day la Toky aad
throua-it Jara. thM bt
ta kind a Jap auUdaya.
la Jar, where there ar aiaay
rat daya and eoU-Ur. aaalveraarW
aad Jablieew a tborv ar aalnta day
ka tb eaarvf taiewlat, .be dawa f
th year Mir aaprncy aa tb
crwia ItI It taae aU of De
cember I gv rvady fvr It and half f
Jaaaary to etra(.
Kwjtv aierckiaat auraf aertl a l ac
count aad eeatoek hla ahop: rv
debtor aat urt hla o!wOxaWT ml
prepar t make a rvb betrtuniaic:
very bouvewlfe BMiat oeaa her "
bake akr cake and rat tbe
wardroboa of the Noilly; rry frl.-wJ
Boat b T- rllej with a kIP: every
doorway annat haw "ft oWrtVMi of
puie. a anarch fur tbe hltaanlM
vrTea. while every ma a. 'vwun
and child of th realm ataat appear
la tb afreet ta holiday roatana. Oa
Niw Tear' aaoraJnx th olt look aa
If made afreaA.
Siac 1971 tb Japan hav follow.
d th Surotoaa raletxlar aad aboer.
ed New Tear day oa Jaa L Thl
r ha care froa tb rtlnee atbod.
who New Tear1 a fell at tb od of
rvbrmary at tb bianlg f aprln
and rvawakenlnc f aarar. baa pat a
etQj t maa of th older caatom aad
auperaritloB held acred for centwl
The aiaasaL or trot'lac auaatrei.
with their aativ vtoltna; tb ttlneraat
actor, who civ tbelr play in booth.
and tbe wandertc arttata hav eerh
of eins thetr balna froae eot
But amoaeaaent aad aaperattttoaa f
The Japan kaow bow to play.
Labor coaaea. TVer 1 a cbildUk. pev
fert abaadwa to mirth Toanx and old
mlogt In revelry. Som of tb abopa
keep holiday for two weeka And thea
reaam bailn la aa a m Mroooa
faahlo by tmrmg tb appreotV-ee
varatloo Jan. Id Oa tbat day v
ery worklaK tad. atthooxh bound for a
term of year t hta aaaier. nay re
tm notne and cpehd tb dar a a
arm. It la apioaea. civrn tnta eoe
day reoplte from tbelr Cjnentlonabi
trial. Otber. tnoe amhlrkraa trade
people. ofe their abopa en Jan. T aa
aeon aa th Brat excitement baa aab
etdd. and aolh-lt caatom by preaent
tnc tb drat comer with a aonvenlr
gift. Some ambition borer tie a
early aa t In tb morning onlea they
bad not retired to win tb prtx.
Th laaae. re-en forced by tbelr eld
era. gather In bevle to play battledore
ad hnttlecork. They ar powdered
perfectly white, with a bit of vermil
ion on their Up.
Tb wealthy will send offering of
tb holiday red rice to tbelr frVnd
inclosed In lar-qaered box er canki
of aake. Three or foor cootl will
draw a big carload of tb cask don
ap la at raw cane, depneltlng them In
torn at tb home of tb recipient.
rweaUa that Walter A. Dtaalfh.
Mat Sea t or fruaa Ckacaaaaaa cow,
ty. work ta th aoat Oregoai LegtaU
lure t eUbllh a blgkoay
coavmlMloa a that hll road work
lll be doat aader comralaalo.
aad to dtvorc th road work front
Ik County Cort.
Judg tMmlck waa prnl apoa la
Tttatloo, but took no part la th meet
lag antll after th dtacuaaUt aat
vote upoa th tat. aad after that e
tHia had bora Battled ha waa called
poa to apeak apoa th financial coo
dtttoo. of Clackamaa coaatr. and hla
tdeaa npo a cheat la th preeeot
ayatem of road work.
II opened hla al.lra by thovlng
th amount of atat tat ach c-waty
la th atat la colled upoa to contrl
but each year had beea locreaalng
vlth anch alamttng rapidity that tb
tatpavera ar heconilng greatly dla
aatlfld with that coaatantly tarr
lnga. and he hi formed th andienc
that It waa necvoaary for tb people
In general to tak ap that au!Un
and dlacuaa It ao that they nay b
better Informed apoa th reaaona for
th great Incre arh year. H alo
atated that ta 1XH th total amount
of money collected la Clackamaa
count v for the regular achool tat. In
ter. rc'ved from the Irreducible
State School Fund which waa ap
portioned to Clackamaa manly: the
apectal tax In the eeveral dlatrlctaaad
the bonding of dlatrlct for the par.
pne of achool dtatrlct Improvementa.
amounted approximately to tJl.OOO.
and for tb mat yr th total amount
collected for achool purpoeea trom
the anarre abov mentioned H
114T.!M . and that ther bad been
expended fmra the laat mentioned
am IO7.KU00. leaving a balance on
i .iirr iii.r-fc-TTiiir-ri. Jn-t i.-i t hitntTiT"t5" lTr Tit flura.
aaia. wer given oniy rT toe
of ahovtng tb Increaaed etpena of
achool each year la fn counts
which waa brought about by mor
achool a. mure teacher and belter
Mr. Plmlck tben took ap th one.
tloa of road bnlMtng aad frankly
atated that during hla admlaUtratkm
aa County Judg a la rye part of tb
road money had been Improperly ex
pended and attributed that condition
of affair to th present road ayatem.
and then Bald. If a maa la going to
build a houae be la hot going to em
ploy a blacksmith for that purpo
wll?JtrenLxli .lUi dcTllB Jo. JuijJrsJ U- he-4 going It WU a ttfl.Ue be U
not going to employ a Jeweler for
that purpoao and If he need a doctor
he I not going to employ a merchant,
and tbe nam priaclpl la at atak In
tb building of public road bcaua
It requires a man skilled In each par
ticular tin of work If you get value
received for th money expended,
therefor, be aald. .under tbe preset.!
system, men ar appointed to th of
fice of road supervisor who ar hon
est to tbelr business dealtnga, and
as a general rule ar good farmers,
and aom of them good mechanics,
but a larger number appointed each
year are not qualified to boMd public
roads and get th best results from
tbe money expended In that lino of
work oa account of lack of exper
"In th first place." aald Judg Plm
lck. "It requlr riper leu c and It re
quire management ao that roan who
ar employed npnn tb public roads,
or even getting out material, and put.
ting It In place, mast gtv the tax
payer value received, or th road
oueatlon , will receive th same In
dorsement that tb special tax haa
received br tbla evening; It will be
voted down by very nearly a unanim
ous vote. I have always advocated
a change la our road ayatem, and 1
am more firm In my oplaloa now
than I ter hav been In the past. I
believe that tb beet results can be
attained by A separation of our road
work from the supervisor system, and
place the entire road management un
der a thorough competent road en
gineer, and tbat tbe road engineer
select "bis best qualified and exper
ienced assistance In tb county to
perform and overse th detailed work
and If that kind of a man cannot be
found In a road district b can be
easily found In otber districts, or ven
some other county, and when tbat aya
tem la adopted no excuse can be of
fered aa a reason wby tb work haa
aot been don pro pertly and don at
the minimum coat.
Lag Us Receive. -
At tb beginning f thl new year
let a resolve to be )urt and gentle,
amiable and affectionate, yet standing
p for our rights and for tbe rtj-bt of
others and willing to light tbla world
down to Its knee and make It craw
hp and kiss th tip of our Cager.
Aar-cultur In Franc.
At least 4.1 per reut of the Inbab-
itanta of Franc are employed In ag
EDNA B. MILLER IS
Tan New Yaar Reeolutione.
, I Ueolvd throughout th coming year
Te cbrfieh uoa onto oa dr.
' t fteeolvcd. to hold them each day fast
Aa If afraid It war the but.
' A Resolved, to hav ens self, one mind.
And that te gentlnaa tactlned.
4. Resolved, whatever ear defeat.
Te evar keep eeren aad eweet.
. A Reserved, te let so west'rlna Sun
pesoend upon unktndnaas dons.
.. 1 Resolved, t apeak no evO word
Of aay whatsoe'er we've bsard,
Rasnlved. that ceaadano tell ua whnt
TV sugbt to do and what ahould not
' t Resolved, so rank Is Maher than
v Are lady mar aad gamiaman -
A Resolved, that It Is what w give
Te Ut that makes It good te Uva
Ml Reantved. each day In solitude
. Te render God our gratitude
' -et. Louie I'ost-OUrpauB.
From Buakat t Brush.
fib (In art musenm Tbey aay that
famous marine art Int was once a plain
farmer boy, I wonder where be de
veloped hi talent T
T ile-Probably drawing water on tbe
Inim Boston Transcript.
,. y ' ' tut?."; '- ... ' ; , :
' A - "Too t aaacli a nma'a heart with
food, a woman's with flattery.' remark
4 . & tb wW guy. .
. ' "In oltfcvr wordn. etufX tlietn and th
C yours.'' added the simple tnug.
C'" fWladclphU necord.
Judgo Campben Saturday granted
Zdwt B. Uiller a divorc from Ralph
D. Miller. The plaintiff was award
ed the cuatody of tbelr child, Marlon
tbe defendant being allowed to a
her at all reasonable time. Mrs
Miller also waa awarded 120 a month
for th support, of heraelt and child.
The motley mast b paid by th de
fendant before Lhe fifth of each
Mrs. Miller charged her husband
with cruelty. She aald that h did
not provide wood and frequently she
wis compelled to carry wood Into
the bouao and build th fire. Mr.
Miller la manager of a department
In a local dry goods store. He is
son of Thomas Miller. Mrs. Miller,
1m fore ber marriage waa Mlaa Edna
Tabor, being a daughter of It. H. Ta
bor. They were married August 22,
1900. Mrs. Miller aaked $50 a month
alimony, alleging tbat her husband's
salary waa $100 a month.
Accused By Boarder, Hs's Freed,
Paul Nawweskas, who with hla
wife keep a boarding bouao at
Eighth and John Quincy Adams
street, waa acquitted Saturday of a
rliarg of assault preferred by John
Tongue, a boarder. Namtneskae was
accused of having atrnck Tonga on
the bead with a stick of wood. Th
defendant aald that the boarder bad
Insulted bla wife. On wit seas testi
fied that Mrs. Nawweakna struck
- DONT MAKE ENEMIES.
A man cannot aiford to have an
enemy, even a humble enemy. Th
shabby feCow who storms your of
fice today may be a power in the
community next year. , Therefor
peak to him gently; send him away
with a smile. Ncvef affect a con
temptuous manner, llial is Ibe
way of the foot In lh day of
small thing plan pslicnlly ot the
day of great things. A polite word
costs nottiing. It may turn out lo
be a good investment, and' it wis!
never make aa enemy.
KQSU FOR A ROOD
- NEW YEARS DINNER
flixiu of Lobster
Roast Turkey. Cheainut Bluffing
Maahed Pot a toe. Creamed Hirinaah.
Oyster. aV-ailoped Mouther raaXUn.
Mixed Nuts. I'eppsrmlnts.
: EBB m luOrifS
Mr. Mary Balds la Johasu. alt!
of R U. Juhaaoo, a poetised chauf (
fvur. aa gtvea a hearts i Juattc f
of tb Ic Ba to Sim's court gslur.
day oa a charge of stealing silver i
ware and drea goods from Mrs. U- I
Najhtr. of Kaat tYeek Tb coupes
wer married recently, fthe waa ao '
eumpanled by her husband. bo also
waa accsl They deaid th cbsig
aad aald Mhr commuted the theft
They wer hWJ in tlOO a-Mid each
uatll Tuesday wbea th hearing U1 I
be concluded. roastabU Pros ar i
reeled I hem In port 1 a A '
A rrtlaad paper baa th follow- ,
Ing I say of the couple:
"Tbouaht to be suted la seVeraf '
Coast title tt a serte of daring ;
thefts of automobile equipment. R. 1.
Johnson, chauffeur, waa arrested by .
tvterttve Ooleroan and Bnow laat '
Right and Mrs. Johnson aa arte led
thla morning. Thry ar aald to be
guilty of th persistent theft of many 1
ruga, lamp and other paraphernalia
taken from automobile hil star
Ing befcr th Arlington Club, tb
Ing befor the Arlington Club.
Th Johnson also ar charged I
with th robbery of th bora of Mrs !
Naykir oa th Et Bids, vhere a
quantity of allverwar and dry goods
It waa through th medium of the I
dry goods that tbe detectives wer
abl to track do a tbelr prisoner. ;
Mr. Johnson la aald to hav ttn a
quantity of dry goods to ber mother, II
Mr. Uunii, for a Christ mas pres
ent. Mr. Laaaros was a frU-nd of
Mr. Maylor, and ha the Uttet
. ' t
4 1 i
holidays Mr. Liarua proudly at.
btblted tb goods as a present from
her daughter. Mr Naylor recognis
ed the gooda and put Constable tiro
on the trail
"While a misdemeanor charge aa
placed against the pair at polio
headquarter, the (bargee ber will
be IndetUltely coatlnued In order that
th pair Btay be take to Oregon City
lo answer felony charges.
"The Johasoo horn at Carle Creek
waa searched by the eoaatable at Ore
gon Cltf and a quantity of plunder is
said to bar ba recovered aad taken
to Oregon City as evidence against
tba-Juhnaona a bi n they appear .tof , II
"According to th detective. John
Bon baa plied bla trade In a aystmia
tie method, using hla occupation aa
chauffeur aa a cover
"Mr. Johasoo la attractive and th
detect! tea declare she has aided ber
buabanl. Johnson Is said to hav
osed bla auto to carry away much of
tbe plunder. One kd of loot Is said
lo hav been more than . Uy five
pounds of sllverwsre from the Nr
lor borne, taken durltuc th absence
of th owner l4J"t October."
You Know that every c
Macmcnt Hi this paper Urjc
mc.va(ic ro you. Cochmcrfi
thol advertise- has sorr-
he wishes to brlna to your (
kc. ' I '
If he did not know that he fe:
an article thot would mctt w
your approval he would no c
1 f -Al
the man thot advertises tt
inot Is the man that via hrr?
Ttllerrand's rotiMr'tIUni waa aura
Bed up by a witty ouuetr!.. Paul 1
Coorrler. who declared tbat If Talley- i
rand had ten preoeut at lb creation '
b would bar i lalmeU; "Good gra
cIowb! Cbaua will l ilerftroVedT
of the most people
Thus, advertisers must
most vigilant In the sclcctta cf
their goods, and keep then t?
such a stondord as to give fct
buyer absolute satisfattloa
Every merchant In lhe city
knows this to be a fact; trntttftr
Is successful he must follow tills
The moral Is very ptetattUat
you ore safe In deoltn. 0
those thot advertise In the
Oregon City Enterprise
At the Portland Theaters
Last Car Leaves For Oregon City at Midnlt
Mm. Klnraya t erNr Tve breo ly
Ing awake three boiir.AHl1 tr Voti
to com lu.nie. lir. KiN- ruefaAvirtnlir wmrt 1
And l v eta knK AtrE-'' j'odo ps.Ml. workli
honra waiting for yop to g. wi y-r J.
Eicliange. , ; J ' , ( l
Blaqne of Lobeier fen minutes te-
for dinner put two ounce of butt
Into a saucepan and when It bohtile
sprinkle In four mimes four beeping
tablespoonful of flour. Let It cook
Itbout coloring, then add a capful of
not cream, a pint of hot stork or wn
ter and about a capful of coral of lob
ater dried In the oven and in1el
One. This gives It a nesutl'til xnk
color. Little dice of the boiled k,ly
ter ar tben to lie adiled
Oysters houlbeni 1'nxlilon - n
fresh cm mix and drain large fnt oys
ters. Cover the bottom wltb rsmektus
or common sbeiia wltb truiulis, put In
three or. (our oy-nVrs, more rruinli
and a tea si .on M of butter on tbe top
slile of each Ken ion all wltb stilt and
peHr. ami If 'the ra air kins are nned
bake In the oven flfteeti oilntitee If
the OreorrKif shells are oed broil thetn
ustel f lis k log.
' Pro? en rtgrtnlg.-Ps sit fresh eg-rs.
half a poiiod of sugar, balf a pint of
brandy or whisky and three pints of
cream wblpffd to a froth. lo not buy
be donble crenra, as the single cream
will tisu-illy wbln In cold wetither If
It wtil perfe; fly uiti In (be following
order I fore freezing, ilien add the
whiles of Hie egg and lb augsr to
getiier unlil It la froth, lastly tbs
wbipied cream. Iflibe cream does
oot whip iierfei-tly Treere tbe itqnld
part mijed wi(b tb yolks of the egg
and tli sugar and When, partly done
add tb whiles and the" whipped Tant
fn any case let rand pscksd. well far
wo hour after rrsaKluc-. ao tbat M b
rom, liW'JlnVn epin tb frees ar
n lb honor V lowly with
it over oatfl
amootb. Cover and let btsnd an lio)r
more to ripen, '
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Mary Elixabath Forbss in "Th Vlrv .,4
L'J g - --'"M ? . T-- r. .- rMe"Se -J J.
Return engagement of "Tbe Virgin
ian,", the famous drama of the west,
by Owen Ulster and Kirk La Shall,
at tbe liaker all thla rncok, opening
today, matinee, with a special New
Year's day matinee . Monday, will be
played. The red lights no longer
gleam along th main street In Medi
cine flow, and tb click of the rou
lette wheel does not echo through the
open doors of th Cowbsy's Moms.
When tUe two barred croaa outfit and
circle crowd come to town on a Hat-
urday night. I am told that Toledo
coat and latest things In Drondway
haberdashery ar quit th proper
thing In truth, it la said Wyoming Is
thoroughly tamed, and those who
knew her In th roaring days of the
early eighties cannot Identify th ter
ritory In th sovereign Itocky Moun
tain stat of today.
However, thla may be, old Wyom
ing; lives In "Tb .Virginian."' Th
Th splendid manhood of tb frontier
ha been vividly portrayed In this
moving drama by Owtt Wlster and
Kirk IjBghelle, and th enduring
popularity of tb plaf Is the best tes
timony of Its sterling worth.
If you hav ever sen th red flash
of a punt ber' gun at midnight In
th streets of a cow town. If you hav
ever seen a crowd of Indignant cltl-
gens knotting lariats together for the
benefit of on of their friends who
bad been stealing cattle, you will
rooKn1zj th old frontier life that
To Virginian" affords. This la a
play tbat will onfllv our generation.
Oeorge Kelly, wHI h seen in th
(liar rota. K. C. luseell, will tie
a aa th CIM Tblefi Mary Eliza
bath forbes, In tb iroU of Molky
SCENE FROM -THE GAMBLCM- AT, HKILIO TMIATt, PO-TLANO.
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y"."' ,V,lJ? "wweat play success. "Th (JamblerS." .lllAi th New Yaar'a attraction
January 1, 3, 3. Ma line New Yaar'a day.
al tt a
Tk.,,,. n,, ' ' ..!. iv, .tiiii.'dv in new tear a ani"- --. mtv
loeatro, Portland Th engagement will basin Hunrt. -i.t,. i v...- irvsl "Y
Monday, Tuesday and Wadn.sd.v m.h.. , r 7, "'J . ; .7 " nrirs K
t- - -....,7 , t , aiaiuie new isara auj. oi""-
Woid, has been pronounced by th
different crlllrs to tie the best actress
that haa ever played th pert. Others
In the tompany ar Marry Hates. Wil
liam H. Lyiln, Harry Hollldsy,
Krank Conway and Charlea R. nU
burt. Th URhelle VlrglnUii Com
psny are reliable and a good prod no
tion Is guaranteed. Ragutnr matinees
Wednesday and Saturday.
COW EXPERT GIVES
ADVICE ON HOC
fX)RVALfiS, Dec. 30 Innair1a aa
ro th proper method of mtftlri;'
fresh cow hav led B. R. 8towa
of the dairy department of tk Or
rnn Agricultural Cortege to astk th
foiigwing statement' rsgaj'ag tb
csre of th cow after clrfcf,
-JfIllktng - in gensraUt Jtultfred
anch a slmpl operation that sir ooav
to milk.' says Mr. StoehwoJ, Tlitw
mllfsITT 'll!n"n, 9HMB to
tnlJkera. oo tatlker ati b abt to
Kt twenty p nt mdr ttt than
anotner. p .
1 ' '.'Tb mttzt aa1 bc U tZswti
to asrlie or worry tb cow by loud
talking or abuse of say kind. A cow
shouM h milked quietly and quickly.
As ah g Urrl.- a creator of habit,
special care should ba taken to get
all th atrtpplngi. Tb flrst milk
drawn may contain as little aa on
per cent of fatywhfl th last nina
from air to tr pof cent.
' "In mllltlng, th whol hand should
n used, clsalng first that part next
o th urtder.Tben th milk, la foro.
ed past the sphincter muAol by
elosltig ih rmnlnder Of th band,
Th cow' teals ahould always b
Arr wlT n-1- Wuing th teata
la turt bj dirty, filthy habit, but It
ls ar tb tU to chap and b
eotMj ln gad weather. If ther
I" oraiy Id 'iDlJrtflg a cow dry a
amatt amotjpt . rMatln may ba
rubbed on tb htndti It Is banefloial
rather that harnfal both In a guW
lary way and Ka. 11a ffcta on tb
.J,'3Ja,fu1- -y promlsslng
Vxt im-it atar cJrtBir.
m l rt,6v l t i a bari
to pr: S W a
f t:ii fzz" eru:o ot hr
off aha, MfH t ' txnff K'Aa
hvvbertk:( T1 fr."4 isi
WMkMBAo; k i t .i r rtot r-A
f -rciix. fTrL. sbtV ivf i
tt o! hr. 4Att9tla at u.k,
"Th. art. or aclenr. r
may call !t. of mWt ?
attain by tho mnQyi
make a atudy of each
i.r her dlanuMitlon. nsiry tj
and physical connitmn.-- r
. v. - a tk COW PI'Bs I
turotlon. Bh ,:
much grain, but WfTtJK
mash to tp br iW.
No auecnlant feed WJ- ?
It almulstes mi"i ; gfiMl!
-Aftar eatvlng tb eJ j.,
allowed to tab th
la h-f" MJLi
with or wftno'" r-
ik. mtiklna- with tb ""aV-
. rf hs nddar la
r.ll.v. simo.. r - f r1
tlotl. TB nr-s - w ,
may b '
Ik milking wun .
It tk nddw
M...sstns with th Py
iTor wflb-mt W
imaii aar ooafarw
Tb moat '"PAff i
Heap la Vvool lv
tloa or for JfY
dally after U aalf )
est orw-Li -fa
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