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SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 'S. 1S2L
Swine Breeders Urged: to : Visit Sfpc
THE vtJKEtjOH DMLYJOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGOTT-
Br O. i. Peireea
Pfwedaal tt Um Pertlaad t'eioa Stack TU.
Saturday, November I, 1121, perhaps
he greatest livestock (how from the
tandpUit of quality and nuntbra will
pn la the new . livestock build tn at
North Portland.' Thousands of people
who have attnd4 the shows In other
yar will make th.lr annual pllgrlma..
to the stockyards district, and many oth
ers winee It tbla yesr for the flrat time,
i'atrona of tha how are (Ivan a cordial
nvttallon to eatend their visit to Include
tha stockyards, so that they may oee the
livestock market In full operation. .
The Pacific International Llveitock
shew la tncrcaalnr In else rapidly. Kach
ucceedlnr year there are more of the
hurh Quality cattle, hoc, aheep and
horses ahown than In the preceding year.
voe scpplt short
, One not thoroughly 'converaant with
the situation might assume In going
through the hog section at the ahow and
rating the Urge increase In the number
(frhlgh grade breeding, hogs In this divl
rton that the hog Industry of the Pacific
Northwest la booming. , Unfortunately,
such to hot the case, i .
Apparently the breeding atock la avail
able, but the demand for breeding hogs
is far below what It should be, as evi
denced by the fact that the supply of
thne-a for tha North Portland market -and
VUvr markets of the Paciflo Northweat
la extremely short, making It necessary
for those markets to send back Into
South Dakota and Nebraska for live hogs
te take care of the demand for pork
preducta In our local territory.
1 A fair idea of the decrease In the hog
raising buaUiess In the Paciflo Northweat
may be gotten from the fact that the re
ceipts of bogs from Oregon at the North
Portland market for the year 1111 shows
: 07.000 head. Tor the first 10 months of
llll the total receipts of hogs at that
market from Oregon la (1,000. Idaho
how a corresponding decrease, with
7 S. 0(10 head for llll and 10,000 head so
far la 1121. The same Is true of "Wash
ington. Against this great reduction in
receipts of live hogs from our local ter-
rttory Is the increase In receipts of live
hogs from outside our local territory,
mostly from South Dakota and Nebras
ka, from which states have been received.
- o far this year at North Portland -41.000
hogs. Checking up this business at the
, Pugst Sound markets and Spokane Indi
cates that fully 171.000 hogs will be
brought to the local markets from South
Dakota and Nebraska before the year
,1121 aj ended.
HUU III9 WASTED
I believe It la A generally admitted
fact that every farm has on it a certain
amount of waste hog feed In, the way of
off grade grain and ahattered grain In
the fields.' unmarketable vegetables and
so forth, which can be uaed most effec
tually tn the feeding of bogs. .There are
so few hogs coming from the farms of
Oregon, Idaho and Washington that It
may be reasonably assumed that consid
erable of the feeds mentioned above are
anf to waste. Approximately 12,000,
ioq was paid out for South Dakota and
Nebraska hogs In 1120 by the butchers
and packers of Oregon and Washington,
and by the end of 1121 approximately
14, tOO, 000 more will have been spent the
same way. It would seem that a large
part Of this money should have been
kept In our local territory,, simply by
aeing up waste feeda Other grains, lo
cal wheat and corn from the Blast are
available at such low prices now that It
can reasonably be expected more Interest
wiu be shown In the production of bogs
the coming year than has been shown for
PORTLAND MAN WHO -V.
MANAGES STOCK SHOW
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Lowdeh and Party 1 ':
10 m Jtintenainea on
,W.B. Ayer's Farm
O. M. Plummer, manager of the Pa-
dflo International UTeetock show,
to whom a great deal of the credit
for the sncccoe) and growth of the
exposition is doe.
resentatlve of the American Guernsey
Cattle club, states that Clark is One
of the greatest authorities and keenest
judges of Guernseys in the world.
Shorthorn representatives of the lead
inf beef cattle herds of Washington
that will fee competing at this season's
Pacific International Livestock exposi
tion : - , . t " ' ' "
1 Queen of Dunbro IX bred and ex
hibited by A. D. Dunn of Wapato,
Wastu, one of the veteran Shorthorn
breeders of the Northwest. - This beau
tiful Individual was a distinctive prise
winner on the circuit last season and
will again be entered in this. year's
competition. - Dunn each year sends a
most worthy show nerd to the Portland
ahow. and has won many leading prises.
2 Hercules Matchless, one of the
leading- matrons tn the' Day dc Roth rock
consignment from Spokane;-- Wa&Tv
She has been a consistent prise winner
at the leading shows and fairs during
the last few years, and "her owners
expect her to place in the first division
strain this year.
. 1 Two beautiful youn? heifers in the
Day Jb Rothrock- herd, which are repre
sentative of the character of- stock that
they are developing; on their large ranch
at 'Spokane. Each, year individuals from
this leading; herd compete on the Pa
ciflo Coast ahow circuit with some of
the select herds of other sections of
the country, and many honors have
been brought back to the state of Wash
W. B. Ayer will entertain ex-Governor
Low den of Illinois and the "party of
distinguished Holstein breeders and cap
tains of industry who will come with
Governor Lowden to the Pacific Inter
national Livestock exposition, at dinner
Hon bis Foot. Hills farm, near Carleton.
as a feature of the 100-mile motor trip
over ;. uie vregou memorial menwrny.
formerly known as the "West Side
Loop." . 1 a
The trip through the splendidly culti
vated. West Side agricultural district is
a feature of the entertainment program
stock ahow officials beUeve wiU , maJce
an impression equally effective- with
that of the trip over the Columbia river
highway, giveeg these . owners or , ex
tensive, stock farms tn the East an Met
of 4he great opportunities offered by
Oregon for farming and livestock breed
ing. Ayera Foot Hills farm' is one of
the finest on the coast. : . , ; i V
MTJSHBOOX EXHIBIT DELATED
Oregon Agricultural College. Corvallis.
Nov. 5- The mushroom show te be
given by the department of botany and
plant pathology has been postponed
from' November. 4 until weather condi
tions sennit a sufficient growth of
edible mushrooms for a display. Edible,
inedible and poisonous mushrooms and
other curious fungous growths will he
exhibited as soon as a good collection
is available. i
Missouri Eaises Big;
A half million dollar cash crop of
watermelons Is grown annually in. twa
counties of Southeastern Missouri, which
were recently considered swamp coun
ties. By clearing and - draining these
lands a sandy soil is obtained which.
with abundant moisture and hot weather.
is making the section widely known for
Its watermelons. The district, which has
been developed the past 10 years, centers
around Kennett. where a representative
! of the bureau of markets and crop esti
mates. United States department of ag
riculture, is ctaooned each year to atd
in marketing the crop, - The season ex
tends appro ii mat sit trees July 1 to
August SO. which about bridges the gap
between heavy Southern shipments and
the heavy yield farther north. At this
period Missouri heoomea temporarily the
most Important watermelon shipping dis
trict of the country. , -
OXIOXS WOKTK CAJUB
The present -prion of onions, make It
weQ worth whOe for' the growers to
care nroDerty for their stored asnnllea.
Oregon onions should keep well this win-1
ter. as they went into storage In excel-
lent condition, due 'to the dry weather
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis. Nov. 5. C. G. Babcock." entomologist
wHth the United States department of
agriculture and specialist on animal
parasites, made a survey this week of
the college herds and other livestock
near Corvallis for possible parasites.
Conditions are unusually good here, ac
cording to Babcock. who expressed the
hope of being transferred soon from
Texas to Oregon. He gave an illus
trated lecture at the college on the para
sites of goats that affect the grade and
quality of mohair.
Expert Is Coining
The ribbons will be tied In the
! Gdernsev elaasaa at tha 1(91 tin
: istarnaUonal by J. & Clark, superin
i Undent of the famous Mix ter Farms
near Boston, where one of the largest
Guernaev herds In tha wnrM la main
tained. Clark is an expert Judge of
luernaeys, and General Manager O. M.
riummer and other atock ahow officials
i ara arraatlv nlaased at wnrln, via
services- K. L. Westover. western rep-
km rifln Invited es sail at ear pke ei
kdM and tim. oaf ml barninc.'OU Pvll
Trmatnam, Tracks, Tknahiss SUchioM, . Kte.
At svaiasuwo. We will appfwisto a aaU.
advance" rumely thresher
Ma MLMOMT. OOftS CAST SlOOND
. Pioneer gre-wwrs of grafted
Heavy and Early Producing Stock
. at Reduced Prices.
A good market is always assured
Ofrn Grown Walnuts.
Write for leaflet. "Walnut Grow
lnr,M and rrcs.
. crcTner aV M,nimr
AUree RenU 2, HiDsboro, Ore.
PLYMOUTH BINDING 1WNE
LA CROSSE PLOW CO, THE SIDE
DKI.I VERY BU5CHER CO ALL
WORK OAS TRACTOR, WESTER!?
LASD ROLLERS, IROX WHEEL
315 Belmont Street
(Esit Side) Portland, Oregoa
Vlnltor to the Livestock ExuosltloB
are BTiiea to rau ana see ui.
Linn Juvenile Goat
Club First in U. S.
Linn county has a juvenile Angora
Goat club, the first in the United States.
This club will have seven entries in the
Juvenile club section at the Pacific In
ternational. The Linn county Angora
enthusiasts have abundant faith in their
organization have been adopted as their
slogan, "A Goat for Every Kid in Linn
Truck Prices Cut
The following new low prices (at
Portland) en JTTVBO MOTOR
TRFCK8 are effective immedi
ately IVi and 3 Ton Capacities, lnclnd
lag cabs, starters, light, with
either pneumatic or solid tires:
Ten Long Wheel Base, genera,
tor and lights,
These tire the lowest
prices ever made on
. trucks of such
COME AND SEE THEM "
"He who makes tw6 blades of
grass grow where but one grew
before is a public benefactor."
To grow more and better Live
stdck means permanent prosperity.
The truth of these two axioms finds elo
quent expression at the present livestock
It will do you good and establish your con
fidence in our great fundamental industry to
see this, the greatest '
Portland Live Stock
We Manufacture the
Standard Among All
We also manufacture Farm Lighting
Plants, Water Systems, Gasoline and
Oil Engines, etc.
All visitors to the Livestock and
Poultry Bxpoaitlon are invited to in
spect our lines.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
FIRST A JTD STARK STS. and
EAST FIRST A5D TAYLOR. STS
c - - - I
H. H. COFOID, President
A. R. BENSON, Tiee President . R. L. CLARK, Secretary
When Visiting the Livestock Show,
Call and See Us
Choose a Piano for Qualities '
? That Will Endure
A piano is usually bought but once in a lifetime.
It will remain in your home from now hence
forth a monument to your judgment, a witness
' to your taste. . , .
As the years go on, associations will- gather
thick about this instrument. Little fingers will
learn to play on it. Lovers will grow tender
above it. Songs," old and new, will come "from it
mellow and familiar. During these years, your
piano should be the very heart of your Home.
So choose this piano carefully. Choose it as
you would choose an intimate member of your
family circle. Choose it for qualities that will
A good piano need not be an expenaiVe piano.
But a "cheap" piano will yield nothing but a
harvest of regrets.
We have a piano for every home, and will
glaflly arrange convenient payment terms. '
Dealers in Steinway and Other Pianos,
Pianola and Duo Art Pianos, Aeolian
Player Pianos, Player Rolls, Etc.
Shennan&ay & Go.
Sixth sad Morrison Streets
SEATTLE TACOHA SPOKANS
the latter part ec September. The saat
ter of proper. veatUatkfc should Bet e
neglected. ' arwevcij O. 'A. C Experi
ment Station. " v . - ,
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Consignment to the
THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1921
HERCULES SUNRISE W a 1 1 e.
senior YeArtlnr bull by Gain-
ford Perfection; first In his
Class, Srokine, Helena, Yak
ima lOll v
CJUNEORD VICTOR By Gain-
ford Perfection and out of a
Baron VYaverly cow.
HERCULES TYPE By Billirt
Saltan and out of a Mildred
type cow that Is an exception
ally food breeding cow.
HERCULES BANNER - By King
Lavendler, O. O. Hira'i J 2000
SCOTTISH STAMP By Laven
der Stamp and out of Hercules
O RANGE BLOSSOM LADY 2-
yeir-old cow; first at Spoune,
Helena and Yakima. 1921.
Junior yearling heifer; first in
her class at Spokane, Helena
and Yakima, 1921.
Two excellent heifers by Imp.
Doune Radiance and one by
These balls are herd boll mate
rial. The femiles are good
foundation material for any
See them at THE PACIFIC-INTERNATIONAL
and be sure to
attend the auction sale Novem
FEENAUGHTY MACHINERY 0.
S0-tlS EAST TAMHTLL 8T.
ROAD MAOHINCRY AND CONTRACTORS'
AVIRT TRACTORS AND THRESHERS.
W Bianafac&ra Oomsated Iron Carfart.
npnarat and hav the prodncU of tha
totlnwtnf eorapnl for Ml:
' AUSTIN MANUPAOTURIN CO.
AUSTIN-MrCSTgRN ROAD MACHINERY
P. D. OUMMER A) SON OO.
rOOTI CONORITI MAOHINERV CO.
INDIANAPOLIS IX CAVA TOR CO.
JSPPRtV MANUPACTURINS CO.
MUNOII MANUPAOTURINa OO.
NEWPORT ROLLINS MILL CO.
OSHKOSH MANUPAOTURINQ CO.
TERLIN WHEELBARROW CO.
T. MARY' OtL ENaiNI CO. .
THCW SHOVCL CO.
TROY WASON WORKS OO.
Wl STERN WHEELED SCRAPER OA.
WEBB CITY A CARTE RVILLE FOUN
DRY AN MAOHINB WORKS
OEORAK D. WHITCOMa CO.
All visitors to the
are Invited to Inapect our full line of
Perm Machinery and Implements.
Tou will tlnd every thing tor the
John Deere Plow Co.
East Serene and Merrlaoa Street
. PORTLAND, OK.
CROWN STABLES, Inc.
For Sale or Exchange 100 Head Horses
Hare seme l?e and 1100-round farm chunks. 4 and t years eld, wen matched
teams, from 7 to 1 114. We are aeina; te sell or exchange these horses retard
lea et coat. We are always ready to trade a big one for a little one ane
tt the difference, or a little one tor a big one and pay the difference. If It is
coming either way. We are always tn the market for horses, mules and
caitla. Have all kinds of fcarneaa. wagons and grading outfits. We hire by
tha day, week or month to responsible people. Everytmaa guaranteed as
PHIL SUETTER, PRES.
235 FRONT ST. PORTLAND, OREGON
Greetings and m
To Our Friends and Visitors
at the '
November 5 to 12
Direct your mail and tele
grams in our care. Every
facility of a bank is at your
Let's Get Acquainted
"Only Bask ht Talon Stockyards
North Portland, Oregon
SASH and DOORS 1 1
O.B. WILLIAMS CO. 1 1 1
INt FIRST 5ATE. SO, SEATTLE I IIS
CHICKEN HOUSE SASH
ft la. Wide by t In. High, 80
A dosea different sixes in stock tor
SKYLIGHTS FOR CHICKEN
mtf-Iaefc, Price, Glased, S2.00
Thts la the aise recommended by
the Western Washington Kxpertment
Station we carry them tn stock for
immediate shipment. " "
Sash and Ioors for all purposes at
lowest prices. .Ail orders receive
Our large illustrated catalogue Ne.
3Z. shewing full line at building; ma
terial and boUt-tn fixtures for te
home, free on request. .
O.B. WILLIAMS CO.
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HEN you come to THE PACIFIC INTERNA
TIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW at North Port
land, November 5th to 12th, be sure to visit the
Portland Union Stock Yards Company booth in
the new exhibit building. In the booth will be
a hog that wants to register a complaint with
the farmers for not raising more of him; and to
register a protest against the condition which
makes it necessary for the Oregon and Wash
ington markets to send $2,000,000.00 in 1920
and $4,000,000.00 in 1921 to the farms of South
Dakota and Nebraska for live hogs.
Our old friend, Charley McAllister, will be there
to tell you what the hog says is the truth, and,
furthermore, "Mac" will have a few things to
The Stock Yards Company cordially invites you
to visit the stock yards, and see the livestock
market in operation . . .
STOCK YARDS COMPANY
DAY & ROTHROCK COMPANY
of Spekane ad Serairve, Wash.
PLAIfTING TIME !
ORDER FIRST CLASS STOCK
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
til ORZGOK BI.VO. SlLIlf. OR.
Fef An rareeM sad Kredi
Write er ran far ew deerryde
BeeUet. Free tf yes saes
Uea this rr.
J. B. PILK1NGTON
. E. Cer.td and Salaea, rertiaad, Or.
RATS! RATS! RATS!
Don't let the vermin overrun your
place. Good results with
Nicboi's Rat Poison 25c
CtnauMct for BeM&mgs 35-6 5c
Ceckrofck Pewders 25-50C
Aftt Pastes and Powder. 2550e
Peetare Prepaid en H sll Orr
ETERTTBTO FOR THE PESTS
Other Prices on Application.
We are experts.
Plummcr Drug Co.
Third sad VedUea Ste Pertlaad, Or.
. Mall Order DrrrUU
8. H. Oreea Stamy
TOWEKS riSH BRAND
k Wo t. codud MT
bt w, i -a.
Caaeeje Rare. Pmlta. UeUix.
- We Are la fee Market.
Write (or Prteaj and
CORCK M. StLUTAN.
1S7 Sataa) a ML