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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1913)
Cbe CHIamook fierald
C. G. Cromblcy, Editor
Issued Civlcc a Wc
VnleMl Sevood-cUu. -Utr May 17. WW. at the p l o.lko at Tillamook.
Onn. under the net of March 3, ISW.
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' eral Advertisement . ,
Tiwt Insertion, pr lit - .M
Each aubeouent irwrtion. Km .
j Uoeated Notice
Timber Claim 10 (10
Notie, per line - .J
Card of thank. pr h-w
Locals, ncr Hue, first insertion - .?!
TrusnAY. jn.v s. una.
Gen. Leonard Wood haa a prettv
level head on most subject, and he is
very insistent in ayimr that there is a
lack of patriotism amons; the y nm
men of the t'niled Stats'. He de
clared that the younc men of today
.should be trained and always prepared
for war. which may break out tonwr
row. Gen. Wood said "that a strong
and capable army ia the bei coarantee
of peace, and the men of todav hoaW
Krodyatall time for war." The
younir men of the present time, should
Ih? taocht more potrioUia. a greater
love for their country and a creator
willingness to aerve it. It is quite the
fad now for certain younc men to
wear tin shoo and ilk tockins and
ties to match to evenlnsr receptions, to
ridicule patriotism of any character
and 1 1 deride those who mve expres
sion to their loval sentiment and pa
triotic impluses. And there are plenty
of smibbish women who d" the same
thine. They are too fond of sayine.
with a sneer. "Oh. the war is over
now, "and bvlittlinjr the rtxords of their
fathers. It fairly make the bkd boil
at times to eomo in contact with wom
en and men -if nis cnaracter. One's
loyalty and patriitisM jhoukl be like
one's religion. One canvt be a KOod
patriot and not oe a- itooi Christiatt.
and certainly one canrn,t b a cooi
Christian, ami not a good patriot. The
two things naturally go together, and
it is this very milk-sop variety of dis
affection that Gen. Ieonard V.h1 is ail
the time reaching out his saber foi.
The oki B;bie sayint; is. "From the
abundance of the heart the mouth
speaketh," and it is just as true today
as it was thousand of years ao.' If
down deep in your soul you love your
country, your government ami your
Flac. you are bound to irive expression
to that love on ull occasions.
ON CHE-Si PRODUCTION.
There has been a great increase in
the amount of cheese made by several
of the factories n compared to what
the yield was seven', years 340, per
10) lbs. of milk, according to figures
thown by Carl Haberlac 1, secretary of
a number of the local factories. The
yield in some cases is astonishing, th
increased yield practically paying all
cost of operation, selling and inspect
ing, an-J amounting in some cases to
over one lb. of cheese per 100 lbs.
milk for the month of May, 1513, as
compared to six or seven years ago.
Mr. Haberlach submits the following
The Maple Leaf Creamery received
in May. 1900, Gli.m lb, of milk and
produced 62,773 lbs. of chss.se, or lesi
tian 10 lbs. of chee per 100 Ijj. m's'i
In May, 1913, the factory received a
total of 036,421 lbs. of rn;lk and pro
duced 70,700 los. of cheee, or a yiel 1
of 11 12 lbs. cheese pjr 101 lbs milk.
While the milk r.-ceipts were only
g,221 !b3. larger for the last May, the
cheese manufactured was 7,03 Jos.
more than in Miw, 19')5. The differ
ence in yield, figured at the present
price of cheese brought the sum nf
The highest yield was obtained at
Long Prairie, 11.20 lb of cheese per
100 lbs. rnilk during thu month of May
The average butter fat at thit factory
was 3.80 per cent. The gain at that
factory over last year was 51-100 lbs.
cheese per 100 lbs. rnilk. Other fnc
toriuishow a corresponding increase
in yiel-1 over swveral years bask, anJ
it is certain that he quality of cheese
has been improved generally. This
speaks will for thJ efforts of those be-1
ninu uie organization, as 11 snows 1
wonderful improvements. Of course
prices are also better at this time, and
in this connection It might be well to
add that for May, 190C, cheese, the
Maple Leaf Creamery received ?6,-23-120,
and the farmers were paid 23
cents for butter fat (after ten years of
Republican administration,) and this
May the Maple Leaf cheese sold for
over $10,700, and tho fanners were
paid 40 cents for butter fat (Demo
cratic administration,) So maybe
things could bo u lot worse for the Till-1
mook dairymen, und Bro. Bakur Bhould 1
A fret rural delivery mail route lead
ing from Buy City has recently been
VHAK IS AOVXNCK
liach uboiuf!it inaertioo. ttn
Keo!uMon of ' nmlolerico and
Lodge noticon, pr Htto
DipUy Advertisement, jwr Inch
AT I. Dinnluv A.la mutt b in thU
Uonrfav ami Thurdr Morn
inn to insure publication in follow -
in Tueaday and FrWay
Reason are imperative.
NATIONAL DAY OBSERVED IN
DIFFERENT PARTS OF COUNTY
' A Urfce part of the population of
'Tillamook went to the beaches on the
Fourth. A few. however, went to
It is estimated that fully nine hun
dred people toot the morning train
for Hay City ami beach point.
It rained nearly all day at the
beaches, which was the cause of much
The Tillamook Hand under the lead
ership of 1 K. Lewi furnished the
music for the celebration at Itar View.
The boy made a very cood howtnK on
the Fourth and furnished very jood
A fair sired envvd timbered :jt Bay
City where a very nice program was
carried out. Mr. Dana, who is assoc
iated ' ith the Oregon Journal, (rave
the aJdress of the day. Those who
were preseut said that Mr. Dana gave
a very fine address. Attorney 'John
Iceland Henderson of 'lillamook recited
the Declaration of Independence in
such a manner a to brine forth prai'o
from many who were present. The
Bay City Band under the direction of
V. C. Trombley rendered ome very
KOod music during the day and received
many compliments for'its nood ptayini:.
A very nood program was cnrriel out
at Cloverdale. Attorney Sidr.ey S
Johnson of Tillamook gave a splendid
address, as he alwnys does on occasion
of this kind. The outdoor sports were
somewhat interfered with by t;o rain
It please us to record the fact thtt
there were no fatililiod or curious ac
cidents in the county during the cele
brations. PLEASANT VALUiV
, Frank Reynolds went to Portland on
Mrs, John Friday and children of
Banks, spent Sunday ami Munday visit
ng relative at this pltce.
Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Blum returned
last week from a two weeks vioil with
relatives in I'ortljml.
A large crowil attended the social
last Saturday and u pleasant time was
j Geo Dorr and family have returned
j from Neturts where they have been
j staying the last two months.
S ( Woods and f-mily and Jay Bak
er and family of Beaver were the
guests of I. H. Moore Sunday.
Alwin, nnd Fred Blum with their
families went to Netarti Thursday to
sp:nd a few dajs rusticating on the
Mi ia Knrnt Ward having ru sived
the largest number of votes cast bin
the honor of being the "GodJess of
It might appe-ir needless for us to
say that what was supposed to be
ambergris found on the beach last
week didn't prove to be the real dope,
but such was the case, however.
Among the passengers on the outgo
ing stage Monday was S. S. Whitm m,
of the United States National bank,
Portland, who is returning h'jme after
a week's visit with hi brotliur-in-law,
Dan Fletcher, of Oretown.
The MUsei Ruth and Ava Owen re
turned home from Portland nnd Salem
Tuesday evening. Kuth has been at
tending Wlllamitto University while
Ava has been attending High Schoil
at Portland and uli t.ikii advanced
aiu.nui 111 iniiw 1,1.
stu.iiesni rnnw li . vjre acorn-
pameJ by Mm Runa .jijr.hon, of
Wurrunton, who will spend her vac.. -
tion nere us tneir gueit.
A G00J Invettment.
W. D. Magll, a well known merchant
of Whitornound, Wis., bought a stock
of Chamberlain's medicine so as to tie
ublu to supply them to his customers.
After receiving thorn he was himself
taken sick and Buys that one small
bottle of ClutmberJain'a Colic, Cholera
unJ llrrhoea Remedy was worth mure
10 '" than tho cost of his entire mock
medicineii, ror Hale by all
Advertise in thu .ion.M, ().?. 0 e
the Herald has thu largest circulatio.i .
of any pacr in the county. I
WILSON KIVKR NEWS.
Th' writer recently took a htko v r
the WINou river road ti I'umH inve
A trip a NtK uuml'r Ukn ov.'t-y stu
mor to enjoy tho many nod v,riad lu
te rest! iK coho atom tin' route i well
n to partake of the hopltulltv of tha
Inn alone the road. It I t' Imd tht
n few dollars en-mot bo ciwmll
....(..In Itiiil atwiU .StMHMS.ll V tin InC
MimtnU, tl woukl be fair automaton
rmul durtng the dryer montlt of July
nnl Augt when runny who are swe't-
(riHK In the h t of the int rior
HUe V hor out V the tcein.
Mm. tSe.trce Kiehm ha n3isnei
from tho position m tH-hr and th
ttrtu will Iw co npletad by Mi Wlnn
F.pplvt who will beKn Momlny. .lu'v
.Mr. ami .ir. i.eurtrw rvieoin n,i
dauchter Helen have gone to
Henrh for n couple of months. Mm
Wesley Sutton ha lo gone there t
Hpeml mime time with them.
John Kirch h rvturit! from
trip to Portland. He was nccomptnled
by Albert Hialter who will rusticate in
the muuntains u-vbile ami a'tempt to (
deplete the ulruums of truut. He b 1
.1 teputation a bear hunter ami trout
Mrs. Oascar Hell of Portland,, in j
speroPng u fortnight visiting with her t
mother, Mr. C. A. Lvon ami ltcr j
Grace. Mr. Hell will arrive and spend
the Fourth wiih the family. j
Puul Huhl is disposing of hi goats
and e.xiect to take a trip to Germany I
in ihe near future. Win. llllngworth !
has pncurel a number of the goat j
and will eonll ie them In small pastures J
so that they will clear the brush, lie j
ha purchased a loud of woven wire 1
Mr. nnd Mr. T. H. Armstrong have i
come in for the aurnamr ami pitched
their tent on Bill's upper place n. ex
pect to c.imp all summer. They were
here last summer and enjoyed It very
Mr. James Hughey ha traded for a
classy roadster and expects to enjoy
some traveling thU su inner.
CAUSE OF CALF SCO JRS.
Dirt i the chief cnile of calf scour,
as filthy, poorly lighted, ami undly
ventilated ipiarter harbor the diee
germ in great numbe's. Sometime
elf cour occur In cmtagiuu form,
ami then only prompt measure will
prevent serious lo-.e.
The SViscontin experiment station
nay: In spite of all precaution v
now a"id then hnve case of acour
among our r.i I ... For th- pit to
year we have successfully treated nurh
cases as f dki.v :
As soon as symptom appear, twn to
four tabtcsixunfull of castor oil are
mixed with one-half pint of milk .uvl
given to the calf. This is followed in
four to six liur by one te.Hoonful of
a mixture of one part salol aril 10
parts subnitrat-' of bismuth. Thide
can also be given with one-half pint
of new mil, or the powder can be
placet) on the tongue and washed down
by n small nir.ounl of milk.
The salol and siiti-nltrnte of hisin'mth
can be secured from any drugiiist.
mixed in tho proper proportion t the
time nf purchase, nnd tlius th ii-Y'der
will be re.idily available for use at viy
time As nn additional nrern-ition
iigiiinst contagious scours it is advised
that the navel of the new-born ralf be
wnttcd with a 1 to 500 ssluti in of bi
chloride of mercury (corrosive subli
A good cow in belter than two poor
inns-ye, butter tlrui three that
can't more than pi for their feed
It's a gO'W thing for the bull to ex
erciseon :i tread pjwer and ac omnlish
Aduily rubbing with a sttlf brush
make the c iwi take kindly to you.
helps them shed, too.
When the cows get out of the stan
chions see how they twist and lick
themselves. Wouldn't it be better if
they could doth.it in their ft ills, Cm?
Nothing aids so much in de.trovrig u
herd by tuberculosis a a p'lirly lig'ite l
and ill vontllatil stable. King'.i book
on eentil iti'i'i will hulp you ki-ep 11
Regularity In milking, like regulari
ty in feeding, is what counts. During
the rush of apring work mllkings in tho
mornings will bo d ine on time, but at
night the danger is in leaving thin work
for tho women folka to do, or until I
after dark. No graver mistake can be1
made, A cow ncrmitte I t'j loin lior I
milk Mow cannot :i,Min lu brought up
without every pound nf grain costing
1 two )rC(Mi Han't save on one hand to
U)Vis on ihf othri
ANOTIIEK CUf IN MtZDA
15, 25 and 40 Watt, 35c
60 Witt 45c
00 Wall - - . . 0c
150 Watt .... $1.00
250 Witt .... 2.00
I'nxlnl Laiiip fie ttri,
We ili-llver lnii lo miy iinrt of
the city Teleplinnc 11 . Wi
wirbu at lli lowest nli'f i-on.
ltent wltli g'toil wormiiiiinliii,
TUhmooJs aieotrlo 'vin
J. Wffl. Jbdwali
11 RST CLASS PUMJSSINC
On 2oA Ave. OppiMlle Kil'i t'arajr
The Most Important
Business oi Yours
s wlictr von HivrM vn money.
Ti. Watorn Uan A Savin Co. (
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oiunpany, I niw reauy r '"w"
Tillawottk an.1 Tillaowk to. To loan
von money or boiH y"' home on mll
rnonUlly payment. t h raU (
) titer L VrUeo-e
A. C. EVERSON, Lo.in Agt.
A. M '.SWIIl. PrnMdnt.
I). I, SUIKODK. Vkp rMont.
N'7.AI)A BVKKHON. See. A froa..
Board of Apprntnot.
B. M. lUto. F. II. MlnkV.
K. F, Xuchuisn. B. J. CUuwen.
Itoard of TwUre.
John 1-ilait.l Hen-
dnrnn. H. l Bl.
t C Smith. W. 0. Mctiec.
For the Urtinling of aehool houto
tll-,.l., V ... L'lUku lh.. 111
,,!. north of rilUmiMV. Illda m.t
he In by July 1&, 1911 lUwnl rwiervr
the right to rajt any ami all mU.
Thone wishing to bill can ee rirtf
lion at the hoiMa of Cter. Klnna-
Clrrk Dut. NV 3S.
Iwwt lnu Friday July 11
CHER0N STALLION KING
A beautiful grv lir, IH) Itm. or
; ovflr. wilt make the f -Hutting luatori
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jy that I tni'ix It I th- Irt mrrtirin 1 ' i(
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