The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, October 09, 1913, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGE TWO
MILKING SHORTHORNS
FOR THE NORTHWEST
(By PROF. TMOS. SHAW )
T h e r e la now In the q u a r a n tin e at
S >ulh Quebec the large -l liu portatm u
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to America. Heretofore only s lew
individuals of th is c la ss ha v e ever
f l o w e d th.i Atlantic f»r th is country.
T h e s e c a ttle were purc hase d Ui Eng
land by Mr. J. J. IIUI. aud »III be
brought to his North Oak» fsrtu uot
f a r from St. Paul
Mr IIUI l’ »
str o n g believer in th e value of the two
pu rp o se cow. th at is. the co» ti>i uruk
and also for beef, us nail) spoken of
uow a s the dual purpose c o » . and of
c o » s of t h is d a s » lie r e g a r d s none as
s u p e r io r to the mllkiug Shorthorns,
c alled lu B ritain the dairy Short hero
He believes th at tills ivpe of cow I S
one t h a t is a dm irably autted to tho
n e e d s of tb e a v e ra g e farm er, and lu
t h .s he Is unquestionably right, uot-
w ith sta n d in g the tea ching of niauj in
o u r e x p e r i m e n t »tations to the con
t rary .
Many In those s ta tio n s have taught
t h a t t h e r e v a s no place for the dual
cow ou t h e farm They have said she
w a s "a m yth, a delin' on and a s n a r e "
The* h a v e i laluied th a t to keep her on
t h e fa rm was like "going to hunt
p r a ir i e c h ic k e n s with a bull pup." or
like "rid in g into b attle ou s heavy
d r a u g h t h o rse " T h o se men » e r e bon
eat in theli s t a te m e n t s , but they situ
ply did n ot k n o »
T hey th o u g h t they
knew, but they » e r e m is ta k e n Mon-
over, t h e y c la im e d t h a t dual r a t t l e
could not be bred
F o r t»enty-ltve
y e a r s som e of those m en have been
dtligeuUy p r o p a g a tin g (hat nonsense,
and t b e public fu n d s h a r e borue the
expense
T h e folly of su c h tea ch in g will be
a p p a r e n t from th e following
lu Eug
land t h e r e Is to day an a ssoc iation for
p r o m o tin g th e i n te r e s t s of th is breed
T h is a s s o c ia tio n ha s now 1X5 mem
bers. In HH2 It published t h e record»
of milk p r oduc tion from 334 females,
of w hich q u ite a p e r c e n ta g e » e r e
h e if e r s w ith t h e i r h r s t lac tation pe
rlod.
T h e a v e r a g e of m ilk production
from t h e s e w as b e tw e e n 7.000 and
*.000 p o u n d s for th e y e a r Som e went
h i g h e r t h a n 13.000 pounds.
At Kel-
e n s c o tt . la-chlade. G lo u c e s te rsh ire , the
ow n e r. R o b e rt Hobbs, h a s kept milk
ing S h o r t h o r n s c o n s t a n t l y since l*7x
T h e h e r d now n u m b e r s n e arly 20o
c ow s In milk. S inc e 1*0* th e a vera ge
of all th e s e . Including a large lot of
h e ife rs. In milk p r oduc tion h a s been
c o n s id e r a b ly m o re t h a n 6.000 pounds
e a c h year. T h e cow Duicle 7th. with
a one -yea r milk record e n d in g May 31.
1913, g a v e 13.533 pounds, a n d t h e cow
Rose 37th 14.277 pounds. Many o t h e r
I n s t a n c e s of s i m il a r p r oduc tion may
be c ite d
Cows of th is breed sta nd
d r a t in t h e m ilking t r ia l s of tb e show s
m o r e f r e q u e n t ly t h a n th o s e of any
MKTK o U i M i n .H VI. R I M K I I I
o t h e r breed. Including t b e m ilking Mr a n d Mrs A n d e rso n . Mr a n d Mrs
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J A C h a s e a n d Andrew N elson T hey
b re ed s.
W e a t h e r n b e e r v a t l o n s f o r H eptem
W hile t h e p r oduc tion of milk Is t h u s r e p o r t I h e f a ir a success
O t t o R u t g e r h a s been h o m e fro m h e r . t a k e n a t t h e R e d m o n d E x p e r t
highly s a t is f a c to r y , all th e m ale s not
P roject
f o r Ihe past m e n t a l
w a n te d for beef a r e g row n Into bul t h e Titillalo
Farm
H ta tlu n
by T
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Htevena, c o - o p e r a t i v e o b s e r v e r
locks. T h e y a r e r e a r e d on skim milk w eek
Bill I j iw s o n a n d A A G r e e n m a d e
D ale
M ai
a n d a d j u n c t s d u r i n g t h e m ilk period
Min
W eather
T h e y a r e sold a t th e a ge of e ig h te en a t r i p to A n d e r s o n B r o t h e r s ' saw mill
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to t h i r t y m o n th s .
At tw e nty-four a f t e r l u m b e r W e d n e s d a y
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m o n th s t h e y usually a v e r a g e n ot less
2.
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t h a n 1.200 pounds, and sell for 1 1 0 0
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to 2125 e a c h T h e y a r e f a v o r i t e s with
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t h e b u t c h e r , a s t h e r e Is leas loss In
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. 2 1 . . . . Clear
f r o m t h e M ayflow er M ines ab o v e
r u t t i n g up t h e c a r c a s s t h a n with but
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locks r e a r e d on th e dams. T h e r e Is a P r l n e v ll l e . p a sse d t h r o u g h h e r e H u n ­
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l a r g e r p r o p o r tio n of lean a n d less un d a y o n t h e way t o t h e r a i l r o a d
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c e n t of t h e milk use d In Britain
so
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M ickey ( 'o n i o n o f R e d m o n d sjietit
c o m e s from p u r e and g r a d e H h o r tb o m s s e v e r a l d a y s a t P o w ell B u t t e last
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and n e a r ly a s high a p e r c e n ta g e of week
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t h e m e a t. Mr. I’owell. the v e n era b le
M rs L in d q u i s t a n d d a u g h t e r have
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s e c r e t a r y oi t h e S h o r t h o r n assoc iation, a r r i v e d f ro m T a c o m a to be w ith Mr
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told th e w r i t e r t h a t even m any of the L in d q u l a t a n d t h e tw o boys w h o have
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Pt Cldy
b r e e d e r s of S cotch S h o r t h o r n s are a r a n c h h e r e .
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3 1 , . . C lea r
Alvin R ig g s b r o u g h t a h u n c h of
now m ilk in g t h e i r h e r d s T h in k of the
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a b o u t 50 a te e r s f r o m R e d m o n d Sun
p rice s w hich th o s e c a t t l e b rin g
At d a y t o fe ed Ihla w i n t e r
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3 2 . , . Pt Cldy
T h i s in tin-
th e d l s p e r a r l sa le of G a r r e t t T aylor o n ly logical way o f d is p o s in g o f al
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4 X . . . C loudy
last y e a r 1*3 fe m a le s of all a g e s sold f a lf a In q u a n t i t i e s a n d It Is c e r t a i n
2 2 ____66
. 3 3 . . . P t Cldy
for an a v e r a g e of A *3, 16s. 6d. T he t h a t a n u m b e r o f Pow ell B u l l e f a rm
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people of A rg e n tin a . South Africa. e r s will a t a r i f e e d in g
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■They f o u n d s h o o t i n g m u d - h e n s very
c la im t h a t they c a n ’t be bred.
2*.
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po o r s p o rt.
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Pt Cldy
Mr. Hill’s S h o r t h o r n Im p o rta tio n
29.
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T h e H oroslses s p e n t a very p l e a s ­
3 3 . . . , C le a r
c o n s i s t s of tw enty-night a n im a ls , of a n t a f t e r n o o n w ith Mrs Allen Mil-
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which t h r e e a r e males. T h e fem ales c o i o n last W e d n e s d a y .
T h e t im e
Ustión.
in-1
a r e young c ow s from tw o to a l l ye ars w a s p a s s e d w ith s e w i n g a n d m u sic
G r e a t e s t In 24 h o u r s . 12 Inch...
old. T h e y a r e all now m ilking and F iv e new m e m b e r s Joined I h e c lu b H#ptrtnb«»r 21
J o h n R o h d e ha a sold t h e r e m a in i n g
will c alve a gain In due time. Individ
N u m b e r of c l e a r days, I* p a r tl y
ually th e y ra n k high, having been *0 a c r e s o f his plac e to R. L. Moore c loudy. 7; c lo u d y , 6
of C olum bia. H C
c h o se n with m uch care. T h e y have
L ast H u n d a y
w h i l e c o m i n g o ut
milk r e c o r d s ru n n i n g from 6,000 to fro m P r l n e v l l l e w i t h a f o u r h o rse
f e \ r hhortage oi
i i i p
10.000 p o u n d s a year.
load of s u p p l i e s a n d people for t h e
T h e r e Is c e r ta in ly larg e room for r a b b it d r iv e . G e o r g e M orga n h a d a
G r a . . for Hlveep In the Mhaolho Wee-
t h is c la s s of c a t t le In all t h e North
runaw ay
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t h a t t h e r e Is no place for t h e dairy
T h e s h e e p m e n In th e H h a m k o d i s ­
b re ed s. T h e r e Is a wide place also fell a n d w a s s t r i p p e d of Its h a r n e s s
a n d left In t h e road.
t r i c t a r e fa cing a s e r i o u s p r o b le m ss
for t h e d a iry b re ed s, but view ed from
,|„ for ft.,.d for , h<l)r n(M.ha
M unz
W ll r o z o n
m a d e a t r i p to to Whst
the s t a n d p o in t of th e p r e s e n t and pros
Bend w ith a load of d r e s s e d po rk last w h e n th e y b r i n g t h e m !„ ( r ,1In , h r
pe ctlv e d e m a n d for beef t h e r e Is a week.
• u m i i ie r r a n g e s In t h e m o u n t a i n s a .
m uch l a r g e - place for dual c a t t le
R udolph Jo h n so n
won
t h e tw o
TTila In f u t u r e m u s t com e from the l a m b s giv en a t t h e P r l n e v ll l e F a i r t h is s u m m e r a n d fall h a v e b e en c ,
a r a b l e fa rm , and It m u s t c o m e mainly for t h e best s h e a f of w h e a t e x h ib i t e d c e p t t o n a l ly d r y a n d ( h e r s I . p r s . f l c . l
> no g r a s s on t h e h o m e r a n g e s T hey
by a sc hool child
from dua l c a t t l e t h a t will h e milked.
Mr. G o ld e n h a s ju a t finished dig i l T " |ll" ,lty
hay for w i n t e r ...... .
King a q u a r t e r o f a n a c r e of p o ta to e s
he h a d p l a n t e d for h o u s e use T hey
F L E A S * N T R ID G E
m a d e 57 s a c k s of s a l a b l e p o t a t o e s
Tills s h o w s w h a t s p u d s will do h e r e
E a r l W o o d s Is h a r v e s t i n g h i s c r o p If p r o p e r l y c a r e d for.
o f p o t a t o e s t h i s w e ek
J o h n W o lf e r h a s
gone
to Han
A u b r e y a n d L y le F e r r y r e t u r n e d F r a n c i s c o f o r a visit w ith his m o th e r .
h o m e H u n d a y a f t e r p a s s i n g a w eek
h u n t i n g a n d f is h in g In t h e m o u n t a i n s
A d v lre to m i s e r s
T a k e c a r e of
M rs F r o v o a t a n d Miss B lla d e a u t h e p e n n ie s a n d t h e d o l l a r s will t a k e
v i s i te d a t t h e H h e r w o o d h o m e H u n ­ c a r e of y o u r h e i r s a n d t h e i r l a w y e r s
day.
A. A. G r e e n t o o k d i n n e r a t t h e
" W h a t ' s t h e m s t t e r w ith t h a t
" P o p l a r F a r m ” Hunday.
fellow o v e r t h e r e on a c o r n e r w ho
H e n r y H e w l n s Is g e t t i n g s o m e la n d Is p u r p l e in t h e fa ce a n d Is waving
re ad y for cro p next year.
bin a r m s Ilk«* a windmill?**
Mr. H yford Is b u i l d i n g a ne w c e ­
" O h , t h a t ’s It lob hi ns in a n a r g u ­
m e n t c i s t e r n t h i s w e ek.
m e n t. He'S e v id e n t ly t r y i n g t o m a k e
A m o n g t h o s e w h o s l l e n d e d t h e s o m e b o d y t a k e w h a t he c o n s i d e r s th e
l .a l d l a w F s l r f r o m ‘ h i s v ic in ity w e r e c o m m o n s e n s e view o f t h e t a r i f f
Stoves
If you art* tfoiiur to nm l a heating ntove
of any kind this fall and winter it will pay
you to call and see the large stink of all
kinds that I carry.
I can till your wants
in any desired make of stove—wood or
coal-and the price will In* satisfactory'.
Do Not Make Any Arrangements for
Buying a Stove I ntil You Have Seen
S e t h T h o m a s B r o n z e B r a s s E i g h t - D a y C lo c k , v a l u e d a t $ 85, t o be
giv en by t h e O r e g o n T r u n k R a i l w a y a t t h e R e d m o n d P o t a t o Show a n d '
F a i r . O c t o b e r 23. 24. 25, f o r t h e l a r g e s t a n d Beat D isp la y o f D iffer­
e n t V a r i e t i e s of P o t a t o e s , n o t les s t h a n o n e c r a t e o f e a c h v a r i e t y , o p e n
to a ll g r o w e r s .
SEND IN YOUR CROP
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N o t h i n g s p e a k s b e t t e r f o r R e d m o n d a n d t h e a g r i c u l t u r a l d i s t r i c t s in
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S p o k e s m a n is a n x i o u s t o s e c u r e t h e s e r e p o r t s f r o m a ll l o c a l i t i e s f o r p u b l i c a ­
tion. a n d t h e r e f o r e r e q u e s t s e v e r y f a r m e r t o c li p o u t a n d m a i l t h e f o r m
below .
If t h e r e a r e a n v a d d i t i o n a l c o m m e n t s o n c r o p c o n d i t i o n s y o u d e s i r e t o
m a k e , w r i t e on a s e p a r a t e s h e e t o f p a p e r a n d e n c l o s e w i t h t h e t a b u l a t e d
report.
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What I Can Offer You in This Line.
Munz
KKDMOND
,
S. D. FOX & CO.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Hotel Redmond Bar
Buckley’s Transfer
I. A. Buckley, Prop.
Phone No. 906.
Draying and Heavy Hauling.
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to a t l e n d t o t h e t w o - y e a r oli
of F l e t c h e r F W r l g h f . w h o fell •*•
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on t h e floor a n d t u r n e d t o a lt e s J *
s o m e t h i n g a t I h e s t o v e w h e n t !*• *•*
to p p le d o v e r Into he pan
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t r a i n s f u s t c a m e In
BUY YOUR
Bure Ijird,
,,wme Cured Hams and liarnn
at home and keep the money
m circulation here.
Redmond Market
J- B. ROE, I'roprietor