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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1913)
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-ami we tlo it.
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vevy he.it equipment such as
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Room, l-'irc I 'roof Vault, Mur
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eosit Ho.ves and we have
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From Courier :
Hi'twemi and 'Mi cltlxons met at
tho south approach of tlm now bridge
aero tho Ncslurca river on Wednes
ilny to culehrato It a completion.
A flr-lod delegation of Clovenlale
citizens attended, arriving there In
launches alwiil tho noon hour.
County Judge Mason noil Commit
nloiiom Farmer mid Kdncr were alio
there to Innjwt lh bridge and accept
Tho Orelown Mo(ilt! were there al
most t n ipriii and they superintend
ed the irciliK of a bounteous dinner
which w twjoyrd hy all.
Tho Oiotown -pl! wanted to col
cbrnUt thu occasion and they were
justly entitled to celebrate
for when oxjfied for travel
the road with thU bridge acros the
Little Nuftiicca will shorten the dl
lanca to market about the mile be
utiJim giving them a practically level
At the southern approach there In to
Iw n (111 made anil alro about one-half
mllo of grading to reach tho old Ore
town rtiHil. 'ItiP (111 aero the tide
land .having been completed early
till aumtnur there li but little work
grading mirth of the bridge then all is
ready for dressing and travel.
The bridge of n jack knife tyio
with a 30 fwt o)enliii:. The bridge
j wn ohikn1 nml cl'jxi twice to cli.in
! onolrate it working arrangomcnt-i to
J. K. t'ochian ha Hirelmctl from
VA SVorlltlngton Urn 10-acre plat ad
joining the lkckwood ranch. .Mr.
Cochran h coinmencol buildi ig a
largo barn on (hi pluce and will
change the location of the houne. Mo
eK'ct U MMtn move unUi hi place.
LOYAL SONS AND FRIENDS
On Friday evening of last week nomn
forty member of the Iival Son lllble
Cht of tho ChrUtlan Church In com
pany with several of our bimineM men
were loyally banqueted tiy the Indie of
tho Chrinlinn Church at tho church
iltnlng imrlora in the basement of the
The bumnew men and other who
were preiunt were V. C. King, It. U.
Moore. Ira Smith. Win. It. Koy, Tho.
Conte, Sr.. N. J. Myers. I). L. Shrwle,
II. T. Holla. It. W. WnUon, A. .
Ilucnanait. Mr. Parks and Krwin liar-
The president of tho clasit, ClilTonl
Jope, cnllcl on .teveral of the visitors
for after dinner talke. Those who re-
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itpoiuleii were: w. i.. oonje,
lluchanan. Itollio WnUon, V m. It. lioy.
K. U. MiKire and II. T. llotts. Kach
addretH was a splendiil one awl con
tained much good advice. A response
wa made hy l-'rank Kbhcson of the
l.oyal Sous Class.
Tlio occasion was also a farewell
party to Hruce Hare, who left the
following Monday for thu O. A. C.
Tho many friends of Attorney C. W.
Talmago and his brother Marcus, who
have been on a huntinir trip in the
southern part of the state and along
thw coast, are pleased to sou them
among us again after an absence of
three months. They report a pleasant
trip. They left Tillamook on the 11th
of June mill arrived at Grant's Pass on
tho 21, walkinK the entire distance ac
companied by a paek horse, which oar
ri..,i ihnlr tout and provisions. From
Grant's Pass they wont to Wedderburn
,...! followed the coast towards home,
visiting" on their way, Port Orfoid.
North Hond, Cons Hay. uarunur,
Florence, Newport, Waldport. Tuft,
into the southern part of our
own county. Their coming- was not
heral led ahead of them for the reason
that they appeared in our mtuai on .ai
unlay in complete disguise, both hav
ing Krown a heavy board Binco their
departure last Juno.
Thuy brought back with them as
mementos of the trip some rattlers
from a snake which they killed and a
scorpion, better known as a Hoguo Uiv
or bed biqr, which they had preserved
A new cement walk has been laid
In front of tho Goyno, Lamb, Stephens
i ii..iu roHidonco property on Still-
I well avenue. Mr. Goyno has also had
built In front f hi" property, a i.e. ,
low wail of comont: and white brick
atatlons conimcted by iron rods.
The Reading of Reporti; Election of
Officer and Other Buiiaeu Trans
Acted. State Fair Exhibit
To Be Made.
The meeting of the stockholders (J
the Tillamook County Fair Association
was fairly well attended last Saturday
ami everything went along very har
moniously. The olliclals of last year
were all re-elected except tho director
from the north end, who fulled to act
and ait In the fair, Frank Sever
ance was elected to take the place of
tho north enJ director. The stock
holder were anxious to secure a di
rector from tho Nehalem country, but
It secrn that no one fium that district
will take hold of the matter. Mr.
Dnnslan said that any lime thu people
of the north end wished to place it
director on the fair board, he would re
sign and let their man take his place.
The matter of tecuring n general
agricultural exhibit of Tillamook
County product for the State fair was
discussed to some extent and it was
finally decided that the board of direct
ors thould go ahead and secure the ex
hibit, and the association would pay
the expense of the same.
It has Wen tirrully settled that a car
load of cheese will be sent to the slate
fair lor exhibit.
All those who mav have agricultural
exhibit for the statu fair are re (uest
vd to notify either President Dunstan
or Secretary Hlalock of the fact.
Minutes Of Stockholder's Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockhold ,
ers of the Tillamook County Fair
Asso'n was held in die Court House,
SaUtSepL J3th.. 1913, at I'M P. M.
Meeting called to order by President
Minutes of previous meeting read
Secretary's and Auditors' reporta
read and approved.
Moved by Mr. Hukethat the Board
of Directors bo extended a voto of
thanks for their efforts In conducting
the fair. Motion carried.
MovjM by Mr King that we extend
n voto of thanks to Mr. D wight and
th Citv Council for the free use of
their property and streets. Motion
Moved bv Mr. Clouirh that Mr. Dun
stan bo elected a director by acclama
Moved by Mr. Smith that Mr. S. WJ
Klliott be elected a director by acclam
Moved by Mr. Haker that Mr. L. M.
Kroner bo elected a director by acclama
Moved by Mr. .Hlalock that Mr. Will
Spalding be elected a director by ac
clamation ; carried.
Moved by Mr. Maxwell that Mr.
Frank Severance be elected a director
by acchynation ; carried.
Moved by Mr. King that tho funds
now in the hands of the Treasurer be
used by the Hoard of Directors as they
see lit. Motion carried.
. Moved by Mr. Hlalock that the Hoard
of Diiectois be instructed to appoint a
committee to see that a carload of
cheese goes to tho State Fair. Carried.
Moved by Mr. Hotts that tho Direct
ors be Instructed to send a vegetable
..viiihit to tho State Fair, if in their
judgement a creditable exhibit can
bo had. Carried.
Moved by Mr. Spalding that we ad
U, Y. Hlalock, Sec.
THE FOUNDATION FAC
TORS IN DAIRYING
Orcein Agricultural College, Oirval
lis, Ore., Sept - "Successful dairying
in the main means proper fowling,
milking cows of Inhcrt-nt individual
dairy ability, and right care of the pro
duct," says Professor W. A. Harr,
Extension dairyman of Oregon Agri
cultural College. "The fame duo a
state with the natural dairy resources
which we have will come when our
exportation of the finished product
amounts Ut as much as is now Imported
to meet the present deficiency. The
solution of this problem will bo effect
ed largely by the "middle" class of
dairymen those who milk to supply
the demands of our bona-fido residents.
Sane building of so great an industry
means the proper consideration of bas
ic factors, and the aim of dairy instruc
tion in the state is to help those who
are now engaged in this industry, and
lo encourage many others to larger
"To attain some of these larger aims
one county (Polk) has been chosen in
which effective organization, the secret
of real success, will be attempted. It
will lo left to the boys and girls to
start this rnovtmont through n Dairy
Herd Record Keeping Contest which is
now being instituted in the schools of
the country. Those in tie upper
grades who have cows at home will
weigh and record the milk and feed for
each cow in the herd three times each
month, and will test each cow's milk
for butter-fat once a month at the
school houtics, where a Babcock tester
will be provided by the school boards.
"Computation for a month will then
be made and posted in the record book.
The records will show which cows are
keeping their owners and which are
being kept ; which should be used in
building up the herd and which dispos
ed of ; tho value of a better sire; the
value of intelligent feeding, and the
"why" of common senso business me
thods in dairying. Local associations
will be formi-d and closer co-operation
result, which means effective organiz
ation. "Incidental to these results there will
be a changed and improved boy. These
lessons in school will be real lessons; a
responsive chcrd will be struck, and
the boy will learn that farming is a
real business and tho farm a gwxl place
to live on. Parents will see that some
thing of a direct, practical nature is
beinn done at school, anil a connecting
link will be formed that should be ulti
mately mean better schools and better
homes as well as better dairy farms.
"When the success of this demon
stration has been fully established, it
is the intention of the College Exten
sion of the Federal Division of .Dairy
ing to extend tho co-operative work in
the public schools to other dairy dis
tricts of the state."
Items of Interest
Oregon to be Represented at Chicago
And Other Eastern Land Shows.
Oregon Boasts Largest Ship
Load of Lumber.
Oregon will be represented at the
Chicago Land Show which will be held
In that city this year from Nov. 20th to
to Dec. 8th, with a complete exhibit
displaying all of the industries and ag
ricultural exhibits of Oregon. Ar
rangements have been made for a space
of 400 square feet for a booth with lec
ture privclcgcj. where lectures will be
given dally. The exhibit will be in
charge of the state immigration agent.
The work of gathering exhibits to send
to the land show is already under way,
and communities desiring to exhibit
their products arc urged to communi
cate with the state immigration agent
at once, in order that arrangements can
be made to assemble the display in
advance of the opening of the sho.
That this will be a great advertising
medium for such communities, is evi
dent through the number of inquiries
that have been received from land
show exhibits as have been exhibited
' before. Such products as grains, grass
es and diversified crops always prove
to be an attraction at such shows.
The largest cargo of lumber ever set
afloat in the world was that of the Pa
cific Mail Steamship Alzoa, which left
Por'Iand, Septemlwr Gth, for Sidney,
she having aboard more than 6,000,000
feet of lumber. The cargo is 1,000.000
feet in excess of any other leaving tLe
Willamrnettc or Columbia Rivers or
any port on the Pacific Coast. The
value of this cargo is estimated at ap
Oregon is to have a log building to
house its exhibits at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition. The design for the
building has been selected by the Ore
gon commissioners for the Oregon
building which will be part of the fair
at San Francisco in 1915. Tentative
plans prepared by the architects show
a huge log building of novel design,
the building being so constructed in
accordance with the wishes of the com
mission and in keeping with a pro
nounced popular demand. Inasmuch
as the exposition itself will not give
space to a separate forestry display,
it is believed that Oregon can attract
much attention in this novel and strik
ing manner to one of its chief indus
tries. This log house will be character
istic and a truly magnificent structure
such as could be obtained with no other
A MERRY PICNIC.
Gate receipts $ '2.70
Stock sold and collected VR'Vn
Rec'd for advertising in booklet 17S.jO
Posts and lumber sold "ou
Expended for labor, printing,
music, lumber, merchandise,
Vote of Thanks.
Tho County Fair Asso'n wishes to
thank Mr. W. G. Dwight, Chester Mc
Ghee, John Brunt, Max Klinger, W. P.
Stock und tho City Council for the freo
use of their property and streets dur
ing tho fair. Thoy wish to thank tho
band for tho excellent music rendered
nnd thoy also thank all who so gener
ously gave their tlmo and lubor to heir
make tho Fair u succesB.
The ladies of the "Helping Hand"
society met with their families and
neighbors in a good old picnic in Mr.
L. D. Krako's grove near Boulder
Creek, Aug. 27. We should judge
there were about 150 people present
and a merry time was enjoyed. There
being enough good things to satisfy
tho appetites of as many more persons.
Mr. Krakc and sou were kept quite
busy running the ice cream freezer and
not less than 13 gallons of ice cream
were consumed during the dav.
Two long tables, also a tent with cot
for tho little ones had been prepared
the day previous by Messrs. Krakes,
whom we wish in behalf ot the neign
bors to thank for their many acts of
ifiiuliiMs in making our picnic an en
joyable one. We noticed soveral per
sons from Tillamook and also Clover-
Rev. Dora Young, organizer oi uio
"Mnlnimr Hand" ssciety was present,
and gave us a short and interesting
talk in tho afternoon.
The society decided to meet in two
wooks. with thoir husbands and others
who wished to do so at thu homo of Mr.
Trnahnur. nnd ussiat in building an ad
dition to his houso. Tho men wore to
take tools necessary for tho work,
while tho ladies were to furnish part
of thu dinner.
About four o'clock P. M. all ad-
journod for their several home3 de
claring tho day had oeen a picasani.
one to them.
The following program will be ren
dered at the Harvest Supper and En
tertainment to be given Friday even
ing, Sept. 19, in the building used for
the County Fair exhibit.
Piano Solo Mrs. Koch.
' Vocal Duet
Mesdames Poorman and Willett.
Duet, Mandolin and Guitar,
Dr. and Mrs. Monk.
Reading Miss Worrall
Vocal Solo Mrs. Ralph Moore.
Violin Solo Mr. Koch.
Vocal Solo Mrs. MacKenzie.
Selection Prof. Warren Glaze.
Vocal Solo Mr. Baker.
Violin Solo Miss DeBar.
Mr. and Mrs. MacKenzie,
Messrs, Koch and McGee.
Through the couttesy of the Eiler
Music Co., a player piano has been se
cured which will furnish music through
out the evening. By special request a
number of Scottish Airs will be rendered.
Tho abovo resolution'passed by tho
tho Board of Directors In meeting held
Sept. 15th., 1913.
R, Y. Blalock, Sec.
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