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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1906)
THE MOKNING ASTOHIAN. ASTOIUA.
MONDAY, MARCH id, i9u0,
Tlx1 iimiiufurturo of Swiss cliroso Is
rapidly rowliiK In tlio rnitnl Start's
I ill t the Industry is ti:uili-it'lMI more
or loss by serious osis ihi to nlmur
A niTiii luilloiin of the Wis.-onsm
station reports the results of a study of
Hie causes of nil olitlrt:ik of (,'iissy fer
mentation of an unusual niiturv in
Swiss choose. The lirst nlitioruial cou
dUion is generally noted In tln briae
CHEE8R RHOW1NO CRACK IN( AT riXiE.
tank. When placet therein the choose
docs not sociii to absorb salt in the usual
way. The tirst most evident symptom
of trouble usually a pilars when the
cheese has been on the shelves for a
week or so. The edja of the cbeost
cracks or opens, generally near the Junc
tion of the top or bottom auil the side.
See first cut. This split continues to
Increase In length, running around the
circumference of the cheese, and In se
vere cases the interior of the curd may
be forml out through this crack.
In the second cut this stretching of
the plastic curd toward this opening Is
well shown. This Is, of course, due to
the pressure of gas within the eneoe.
The texture is rubbery or leathery and
shows gas holes, always more numer
ous than are to 1 found In a normal
No. 1 Swiss. In all cases the flavor If
decidedly "off." a disagreeable, sweet
taste being observed. The affected
cheese is also usually "off" in color.
Investigation showed that the abnor
mal fermentation was due to the pres
ence of yeast cells which In some un
known way had gained access to the
milk and passed Into the cheese.
The 'Wisconsin authorities say: "The
quicker the whey can lie delivered tc
the farmers the less likely are troubles
of this sort to develop. I'angers from
this source would be entirely elimlnat-
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge.
UAMT.D - - 1MM KDIATIXY, THRl'K
or four milltt right. Apply at OKI
Oregun Mills, Wurrentoii.
KIRST-CIASS M K A I-
fnr I'liv nice i':iLt ontloo. nio nr
WAXTK1V Girl for general housework; , , '
mall fami!v. En.iuiie at Astorian ' o -
;? i Komi st.
10K KKXT-TWO XKAT SIX-ROOM
houses; newly papered and painted;
each $$.00 per month to desirable ten
ants. I a d at office of S. Klmore Co.,
cr. '.'in ana commercial. 3-rJ t.t.
WANT E D K X T F K I KXC K 1 ) GIRT. FOR
housework in family of 4. Call As-
torian office, t.f.
LADIES EMPLOYED TO DO FANCY
work at home during spare time; no
experience required; good pay ami
steady; addre Fancy Work Dept., 1344
Market st., San Francisco. 3-8-1m
BEST l. CENT MEAL.
You oan always tiiul tlio best
15-i-ont uioal in the city at ttu
Rising Sun Restaurant.
The Troy Laundry
Th only whit labor laundry In th
lty. Dom th bit work al ronabl
prloti and Is In ovtry wy worthy of
10th and DUANK 8t... Phono 1091.
TUTTI.K, M. D.
FOR SALE INCUBATOR : 200-Kuu
rauaeitv: a -o one brooder, same
... ,. . ii
ae; will sen cheap, (.ail or auuress
204 3$th street. Astoria, Ore. 3 23
a;3 Astor St.
Good Clean Meals. Eicellent Service.
Meals From ij Cents to 50 Cents.
PHYSICIAN' AND MUUKoN
Acting- Assistant SiU)!Hi!t
t'.S. Murine Hospital Mcivlre.
Jfflcx hour: 10 to 13 a.111. t to 4:11 p.m.
47 Commercial Street, Jnd Moor.
DR. J. P. GORAY,
NOSE AND TBROAT
so) Oregonlan Building.
PORTLAND .... OREGON
Finoit HoUl In th. Northw.n.
CI I Y ADVERTISEMENTS.
Iluie it money ill Hie .-it v ticistny
to pny all wart. in' pieelile,I iind -.loi1(
iiuin tln 7(!i io t ho 'Mill day of
Maj, l!'t.. Inti'e-t will ei'.ueaft. t tliin
I in '.mas iii:.i.i:v,
Aitoiia, Uie , M.n, li IT, l'.uti',, ;i
DR. RHODA C. KICKS
Offleo Manstd. Hid. phone Hint k :o6
87S Commercial St.. Aatorta, Ore.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND 7 COL,'
umn newspaper outftt; complete x
:ept prss; cheap. Inquire at this of-Ice.
FOR SALE Fony, broken to rid--and
drive. Apply at A-torian ofTiee.
BKOTION OP AFFECTED CHEESE.
ed If a different receptacle from the can
used for the fresb milk was employed
to carry back the whey to the farm.
Old, discarded cans that are not fit to
use for milk could be utilized for this
When a factory once becomes badly
Infected thorough disinfection Is con
sidered necessary to destroy the perm.
If steam is at hand, even a momentary
exposure is sufficient to destroy its vi
tality, but where reliance is had only on
a scalding temperature (150 degrees F.)
It is necessary to prolong the iriod of
exposure for at least ten or fifteen min
utes, lor washing the walls and floor
of a factory a 2 per cent solution of hoi
lye will prove effective.
TIIE SHEFFIELD MARINE ENGINE,
gasoline, for fish boats; my speed;
best made; right price; in stock; 011
exhibition; running in salesroom; also
Fairbanks-Morse Stationary Gasoline
Engines. Fairbanks, Morse 4 Co., First
and Stark streets, Portlsnd. Ore. 3-1-lm
FOR SALE.-i-CORNER LOT 504100, 8
room house, beautifully ornamental
Sycamore street shade trees, 150 feet
cement sidewalk and park place, lot
terraced, two cement steps, both streets
recently improved, gTand view, one of
the finest central locations in the city.
Must sell quick. Enquire 307 Ninth
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 2 FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms. Inquire at 3SS Bond
street. 3 25-It
FOR RENT TWO HOUSES; GOOD
t location. Enquire at ofliee Sherman
Transfer Co. 3-15-t.f.
WANTED -THREE MUSIC PUPILS
Inquire at Astorian office.
lacrrsae of Milk Fat.
A bulletin from the agricultural ex
periment station of Cornell university
describes experiments carried out on
ten cows to ascertain whether the fat
in milk could be increased by libera
feeding, mixtures of such foods as cot
tonseed meal, wheat bran, gluten feed,
buckwheat middlings and linseed meal
being given, as much as the animals
would consume readily, in most cases
twelve pounds per cow per day. which
one cow exceeded. The summary of
conclusions Is that In a herd of poorly
fed cows an abundant ration easily di
gestible and rather nitrogenous In char
acter continued through two years re
sulted in an average Increase of one
fourth of 1 per cent of fat in the milk,
which was about 6 per cent of Increase
on the quantity given. This was ac
companied by an Increase of about 5C
per cent In total amount of milk and
fat produced, and the Inc-reasexl produc
tion was secured economically.
Washing the Separator.
When in regular use many cream
separators are washed only once a day
and flushed once a day, says Kimball's
Dairy Farmer. This Is far from thor
ough cleansing. Running cream through
a dirty separator is similar to running
it through a dirty strainer with all the
tilth of the previous milking left In it
from twelve to twenty-four hours.
The millions of undesirable bacteria
from the dirt, manure and slime lodged
in the separator bowl spoil all the milk
to a greater or lesser degree thai
passes through the machine. Every
part of a separator should be thor
oughly washed each time after using.
Some good washing powder should be
dissolved in the water used. Scald 01
steam the parts and let dry while bot.
using no cloths, for they are a great
source of contamination.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN-MRS.
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST LADIES' GOLD WATC H, AT
t ached to belt, b tween 18th and 30th
on Commercial. Return to Atorian1
office; reward. 3-2G-2t.
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. "Phone 2191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
1 M m . .-nSBHMSBMaanM
Loaa In the Dalrjr.
Poorly constructed stable floors, in
sufficient bedding, negligence in cart
of stables and in properly cleaning the
eowa before milking will surely result
.-4 Trim Marks
'fpylftn Copyrights Ac,
Anyone nenrtlng nkefh and dmcriptlon mj
quickly ascertain onr opinion .'iee whether aa
Invention l probably pulWutnle. ('omrnunlca.
tloniiitrioilycoiiiidniitln'. HANDBOOK on Patent
ent free, ouinm y?,i,cj tut aecurlnfr patent!.
Patents tun-": throuith Muim to. recelM
tptrialwiittr, without charire, lutbe
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.srttest dr.
dilation of uny scientific journal. Terms, S3
year: four months, SL Hold by all newsdealers.
MUNN&Co.36,BrM New York
Brancb Office, 625 F Bt, Washington, D. C.
in a product unfit for uny 11-e and from
which it is imjio-sililc to inake good
llnvoied butter or cheese.
A Lively Tussle
with that old enemy of the race, Con
stipation, often ends in Appendicitis.
To avoid all serious trouble with Ktom
aeh, Liver ami Bowds, take Dr. King's
New Life Tills. They perfectly regu
lato these organ, without pain or dis
comfort. 25c at Chas. Itogera, druggist.
C. J. TKKXCIIAIU)
Real Eitata, lnsura.no, Commiitior
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Office 133 Ninth Stnet, Next to Ju.tios
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St.
The leading amusement houne.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop
DR. KATIIYRN Rl'KTHK
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Parker House Bar
Cor. Ninth and Aitor Sti.
Agency fop Edison Phonograpus and
Gold Moulded Record.
DR. T. L. 15 ALL,
524 CriinuT-il St Aatnria Oremm.
Pythian BuildiiiK, Antoru. Ore if on.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
78 Commercial St.. Hhanahan Building 1) , IlXHl
- 1 it 1 to nt with i!ii hoar I nf tts-
ni's In I'Viimiii.', mrreit .nil ii!iti!if
tin- Linn-, it tul 1 1, at Mntnl.iv the .ron'l
lay of April, A. 1 U"Ml, it the hmir of
2 ii'.-lo. k . 111 , in the lotlliril fhuililn'ts
ill the city hull, h;l lien firn a- lite
lime mi. I like nf the tii.-t itiif of sail
Nurd of riiia!iu! lull. All ohje.-lioiis to
-aid a--rssin-iit munt he ire-ient.! In
01.' F AN'DKHSON,
Auditor and iVdics' .hul-,.- of the City
Ikte.l A-torin, Ore-roii, Mar- h 22, A.
JUST A MOMENT!
We Want to Talk to You
ABOUT BOOK BINDING
Wc do it in Ah the Latest and
Best Styles of the Art
Wc take your Old Magazines that you
have piled away on your shelves and make
Handsome Books of them fit to grace any
We take your old worn out books with
the covers torn off, rebind them and return
to you good as any new book
Let us figure with you on fixing up your
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Makers of All Kinds or Books
Astorian Building Corner Commercial and 10th Street
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Auditor tlll'l I'.illr-r ,F.)(K of the City
frutcl toria, rirpnn, Marrh 22, A.
P. 1!XM1 4 3
N.itj.i- i h. ii-l.y ivrn that the rtmi
no. n i-oiiinil of the rity of Astoria, his
i1tIiih'iI its determination and inten
tion tu improve fourth ire-t from tti
iiottli line of Astor street to the south
rail on the railroad tra.-k of the Astoria
A Coltiniliia Itlver It, II. f Vi on Water
street, to the full width thereof, arid on
tho i-tiililislieil irtii thereof. Salt! Im
iroveiiient shrill lie made hy Tntlintf the
said str-et to tin- full width to th
i-shililhhi'il L'rmle mid consirui'tiiiir slilc
VMilks on lioth side of siil.l street, ffihl
fio t wide, hy mii.-iiiiiiniiii(r or filling in
sit i 1 street with rrilsliP.I rork from curli
to curli, to the dejith of I) inrlies, on the
sides, uinl 12 ini lii in renter, and of
course the Kriulinj; of t ho street for th
-nil t'liuh' from curli to curb, shall lie
0 to 12 in.'liea lielow tho established
(,'ni'le, so Hint said street will be on laid
Krude whi-n filled in with said inarudiitn,
or crtisheil rock, and there shall be a
crown In the center of the street of 12
In mailers of detail uid Improvement
shnll be constructed ucronling to the
plmis mid siicilli'utlons therefor to be
prepared by the City Surveyor aa here
inafter provided and general ordinance
Sit. I!MI and any matter of constriic
tion mid diainnjie found iieccssnry to
iniiko the improvement safe or aubntmi
tin1 'Imll be done by the contractor
whether specified or not, without extra
That Cily Surveyor be and ho is hereby
directed to make mid lllii with tho Au
ditor and Police .fmlri- of tin, City of
Astoria, plans mid Hpueilicationa for the
roust rui'lion of said improvement and
estimates of the rusts and cxpt'iisi'
'Mint the Auditor and I'dlicii .Judge of
Niid ily be mid h - U hereby directed to
en ii sit notice of the intention und deter-
miiialioii of (he Council to conntruct mtid
iiiiiroveiiieiit, . f,von ,y publication
for right days in the Mnrnlnjf Astoriiin.
That the costs and expense of cou
Htriictin siiiil improvement shall be de
frayed by apceial itHHCHament upon the
lota, lunda and prcmisca bencflttcd by
the mime which unid lulu, landa and
preiiiinea ui-fl in, -hided jn the apecinl ait
ni'SHinrnt (lintrii:l incliidiitK all lots, land
nnd piomixfts no bcnelltled to-witi
Lots 3, 4 6 and ) in block 3j lot 1,
2, 7, nnd H in block 4 in the city of
Antoria hh laid out und recorded by John
M'Olure, in Clatsop county. State of
OI.OI'' AND HURON",
Auditor and Police ,ludK. ,,( the City
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Dated Astoria, Oieoon,
Murch 23, A.
The Morning Astorian, OSo a month.