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THE OXIEGOIJ DAILY - JOUIUIAL, POKTLAIID," OREGON
TUnDAY, JANUARY 7. 1CI2.
1 V i1 ."'-j vSs
CLUB WORK COMMITTEE MEETS
By B-'C. Stewart
The factors which Influence Lite? spread
Iftweea the producer and the consumer I
wry somewhat erltk different eommodW
Dm in general they consist or tat
3oflts UkM oat by middlemen, specu
tor, i iloo tompulw and the trans
portation anils. While the effect of
ttese factor open tho lUaaat piioo la
Interest to the consumer thr aro of
van mora vital Importance to tho pro
rpcer. Not only la tho producer lntar
ted In tho proflta taken oat by trans-
v : II PI fiNS Af N m INCFill I Wil l INVFST IRRTF
11 a' J a BbB hiwihiiivwiiw mmmr- ' t mmmwrn a mm m m mmm m m h
I nil aiinaa niiMi-iil
f U 1 - . 4 ?
BETTER i FARMING
MHpyM&JaV V J-r"5f' wQJjj3aQalBaaBj9
GUI PRICE DIP;
Hertnlston, Or. Jan. T; The farm bu
Standard too ttoa af poultry has boon
atate-wlde movement In lies tacky- for
about aevea year, la 1114 tharo were
Taoo pure head hatching egg edid la
two counties only. TM qeanuty 01
caucaco, BL, Jan. tv-Oft OfScUl - I rUxrflrd "hatching err had tho number 1 Ho longer must tt Wont n to tho
reaVs program f or this year Includes a Jvetrtigattoa by the federal trade coos- J of counties u-Uig them bare ateafiuy to- I ttt ( f. gVaotoek
club for toopin hard record. eaS cluha mission of tho roal factors otmWbtta t crAl eA 7 nt "r f harda.' Thla raonlt ami ha t,rh
W-L-. w- il. .. ... . , wunj,um wi bwiw oiw
swww w owumw. x to - vopcaoaaeaua cra prw kum i putmwt of a-rteuIturo and tho slata I oy tho, oatsbJlahaont of a ajoaranUno
ooporattoaof tbm dairy wners with hmdar tho harraot noaaou of.llZf and aricultiral 6Uea reportad trr.til cor-1 auttoa on Iho CohnnMa rror arhfch ard
Metbml of tho taberculoaia toata now . ooaptto tno tact ttat wo amotmt t 17-, " - .4 aoamiolo ao fan port eaUlo dlraot
lander wy. Moro than aOOO eowa harajof jralo oxportod.hao broken an prT-I a v . .. -;' r-r. ;- - I rrom any part af tho world b this oast.
lairoaoy been testea ac uerauston. ana ious rocoras. was oraarod by Uto unites 1 1 T li.srr rowi n tho amooovanoa i uaravnrora uaro naa otur Maw ova way
I of this number four herds lack only na 1 States sonata with tho oaaaaso ef aaaat t farm flocks roponfos for Movombar kUd I ot laaportlns; catUa to tho W.
teat of being eugioie lor accreqiuns. iroontnttea WMU. It will not bo-nscoa 1 autocar or en, or an STara i try ana uu y brtnrtnc thoan In
lUa,IIpcrti?,Iiilpea U1os but wm otfact a rreat
Vilam, president of Wilson do.
rtrtuoa oompiniaa Tand others whoNatlOBal cxmmltte on Boys and Girls rdnb stork, meeting in Chicago during tbe Chlcaco Jnternational lire.
tare a part In marketlnc but tno final
price to tho consumer has both a direct
ajid an Indirect effect upon tho price ro
calved by the producer.
Profits taken out by ' middlemen aro
rzt always too treat, considering tho
4 it Ice gtven. It has often happened,
Twtver, that dishonest man hare eatab
l&hed themaelvea along the farm prod
M-ta route between the producer and the
rnauaer and hare taken too much (or
the Mr-lore they have siren and In fact
1 some eases hays actually robbed tho
producer of a largo part of tho proceed
XEMrTATlOir TO trZCTLATOK
tThen again, anyoao established in this
Msrineaa Is continually tampted to spacu
Ute. Many hare fallen for this tampta
tk wbea tlmea hare been good and a
Itrgo amount of produce moving. Now
fir ma hare bean established to cat a
as aro of tha oasy profits.
(When the buaineaa takes a atump nd
profits fail on proporoonataiy.
middleman BUys with tho game
tsrapeUtioa and lack of buaineaa
The testing is being done free by the I -y house of represeatatrraa to I production p-r fo-, tt t-t? etts-- Tha tO I through tho quarantine etaueo on tho
bureau of animal Industry on the con-l action on tho raaoluttoa. it has boas I nlrheot, record fiocka rporUcg for No- lEaatera coast. .- - v.
dltion that tho farm bureau furnish Ita-, , T9 :, ,t oi l-vomborhad aotal lT fowls which laid I Na.turallT this has made the tPaat mm.
transportaUon ior tho matt conduct A Uom1 .,.. mailrmnmmi, tila tntai 0f ti.Kt xr with an aTsraga I tlroiy dopoadant on tho aat tat fwkit.'
luwnwn vc !.- m per vira. nv J uOJI StOCK. '
3TW STATION DfrOSTAJTr
X station situated oo this coast wffl
not only aaaka possible tho dsreot Isa
portatloa of purebred stock from Euro.
'1- ...Icraln rrowars of tho UWtod Btatos os 1 ?Twt?!m.m. VJ t"?" r. J
-. i ,iir fus n i n w r-t.fw mamsuai wi roeora ror wo-
n7m7neary tocoa thelTfeod Jmm om Pjay. that JW &ESS ' " "
at aproflt, acoordin- t? County Agon 1 1 buahel of grain contracted direct .frors) I P1. i i' '
lilnn 1091 T7Wm lof tt rr,t.Tl TT4ft m-jiur nf t.ht rTtnmltirtx Iu aJxn auwU-va Tm'ir-. I Wm4 TUtnion. . Thi demand' IS about I satmera, asain-r inem w wnw mur -w I a ma meW mt
taru off ti. national eommlttee on club work-. K. N. HoDklns. Dc Moines. Iowa; O. M. Plommcr. manjurcr sroniy 5w . SSr"Tf "T--."" bo soaUoa la January to sw
tolntcraatlonal lirestock exposition of VO; G. I. Noble, ntarT National connrftt on Boys 0 WuSn ucoT "1,275 0 T tt
and Girts dubs; F. L. Eaton, Sioux Oty; George E. FarreO, national dub leader, Washington. D. a; man toi sections of tho country where j A.jgnst II by Senator X. T. tavdd. ; ThS un . This supply U to Supptement the I , f,
H. it stripUn, secretary Southwest fair at Atlanta, Ga,; J. v. OOTerdaie, execatiye secretary aintrion l jm? s"." r s. t , , American Farm Bureau federation car 1 limited number sent out to October,
farm bureau; R. F. TSatfe; J. C. Simpson, general manager Eastern States expomtionr Sprtogfidd, Maun.; 'SSiVmM- inaVkeroWenT i ViXiJSmtmi
E. T. MeredlOv former secretary of agriculture and now publisher of Successful Farming, and Titomas I Dte on for the farmers in the west end ngencies. assisted In arousing tho
Pure Bred Hog Gives pUAMPC M UJUFAT
Best Satisf a ction,,"''' 111 I illLnl
Asserts T.W. Gregg
The following communicailon was re
ceived from a resident at LeiByville,
During the Chicago InUraaUonal tive-j Qr.s "That purebred bogs pay much
I tno county, lumm mm wu, v ra.rtnmrm ta thm, nmnltT far action. . AS
members of tho league in tna irngaioa 1 ,--u tll . .,H1 .,.,, lt
section and an effort Is, being mads to t!!!" b.',
Win UW UlVUlOMi . m- I . 1. .-J J A 11
and was passed without change oa Do-
Tho resolution as drawn was directed
at aa lnrestlgaUoa of tho unprecedented
grain prioa declines during' tho last alt
era in dairying sre Frank Waughmaa
of Columbia, A. W. Agnew oi uormunon
and F. A. Baker ot staniioio. .
Second Series of the
coast and later uauaUy shipped-by es
tno owaaewt. Tssa srsena
has not wnly-beeai eoaUy. but has also
bean tedious nad tirosomo for tho stock.
Four different attempts kare been
made by sobators and f cpreeeetaUne
from Oregon to secure tho locaUosi of a '
malned for Chartoa U McNary, Caitsd
States senator from Oregon, to fmaBy
achieve the result. Bo has wired Clif
ford F. Raid, who Interested ta the
Itmportatioa of cattle and a well known "
Oregon Agricultural College, CorraJUs.
the Tatar exnoaitian In 1S21. nearhr 100 boys I better than 'scrub hogs was proved to I Jan. T. Changes In the federal grades
I ' - ci i . . I . - vwt m !n mA MmfmRM ftfmarr
: I were gueata in wu wv -f: oone; . , :, , --"T ''ZZZZZrT.ir. 7TZ.Z. I dairy damonstrattoii meetings
Ilf aU firm, are about equally stress, mour. and other great Industrial oom-ll Wgg brds purebred Duc ; Jersey -. JlM to dataop county through
r , t, I t,. 4,t f th.P.,ifi, r,w.- operation of the Oregon Agr
wivU v uv iri;--.-: oAtmC0rTt f?S
T.Q1HTT TlbrnnTiqlTatlO'n iwts whk broke sJl prooa roeoro Jaa. lTke la thea Agrlou JwU1 the Cohaahia
JJairy jjemOUbLrtltlUU . H. Guatafon. bowerr. brought the tsl eaier1ineaaUtk la t make a J7w rAwsrT,w M(n
To Be Held January oTihir.o.
Astoria, Jan. 7. The second series ot
demonstration meetings to o
1?!," ,Xk7ucbntaS " wUnng to oTttrFaSwe-T
atempt and sometimes sueoeed la tak- j u- for a meeting of the national com- . hl Wktw winter. P B. I EUmlnation of special limitations or college at
resolution up to data whan a pointed I hen lay ant mors tern oa tha same food!
Basnets mors oc waeat 1 ta oJhar words, ta lower the coot of pro-
bad been exported the first 10 'ssoaths I Auction. ..This was brought out in aa ad-
of 1121 than In ths same period of 1IS0 I dross by James T. Jardlae. station dlrac-
wtule a popular excuse tor -Bmasniagr 1 tor, oeiore a large group of larmera our
wheat prices below a doUar thia year l ing tamers week.
had been that tho bottom had dropped I tho, -tuesuoa er r why tao stations
i.i nif.i . I ec4lere and E. W. McMlndes, county I
. 1 . y.. ii. .hM 1 " . 7 . - . .- 7. I Mrve aa ma pons uiu winier. jr. 0.1 1 . , t. I v we
- " " v-. miuee on ooyr ana girur ciuoe. ai uub cm was viaitino' at tha Grass: farm. I penalty mixtures la tha hard rod spring I agent, nas oeeu auwi
yi?:1 2 rto' tematlonal U-e- TeicT of weaatog Sl aid ha dter were urg . whan F. J.Fltt. of th.O. A. C.
tiakiag aay profits. f,u stock exposition was named ss one of ; and waa told that they were $10 each. I so far as these classes applied to mix- will conduct the sessions at warious
aemeuiTwe oe w. i the great UyestocK snows or tno country 1 Caae replied that he could get them for nree of common club and white club dairy centers tnrougnoui me county.
prieee raw w"" u" v" .T ncotwiM ss sponsora lor ooys- ana 1 15, at Tigard; they ware not:
ACTlcultural ftf uropMn cdjt that there I should gV abead with experimental work
alta. Naturally a fluctuating market la I ch)b
e benefit to a speculator if he has sny
O. hL Ptummer, secretary and gen-
but would be just ss good for pork.
Well, Case has fed his two scrub hoes'
purebred, v heat. The visitors also believed that I A similar series of demonstrations In
esstrol Over the supply, in recent year. - tZl TZ on a ration approved- by Oregon AJfricul-
varlous combines have bees ! Tjvestc nositlon. was the tural coUege, besides fcharcoaJ 'and
that were able to Influence the market, t'tk " "e whne Gregg fed his on or-
a)ways In their favor.
at this meeting.
dinary bog feed.
ntOFAQAirDA A DZADLT WXA-OS I . " , , .aJ "They both
v.. v aa, , .:'""Vr ..TL I Case's scrub hog
Ii their hands. Is to be held In Portland at the Mult- nl arrjuToe raeTwelshed 201
Un example Is the grain situation at Lomah hotel. February 28 and March 1, ' ae!d wif not fed
tie present tima The cxcum for the , and J. At this meeting George E K!. E?h2' wt taKiw
iewarlBg of the price 01 wheat ass neen Farreli. naUonal club leader, former sec-1 for - ourebred hoe. as he has found
retary of Agricutture K T. Mereonn, I that scnib hopr not as good as
u. u. nooie, aecrciary or um rauoui purebred ones; even Just for pork.'
committee, ana u. o. trusmiej, mwhiu
secretary of agriculture, are expected to
At this meetlns. clans will be formu-
The federal trade commission Is now luted for advancing the boys and girls'
aveatlgatlng the entire system upon su- I club work In the West, and" particular
taortty reeeptly given it by tne 1 attention will be paid to the proposed
the class red soft winter should ho sub-1 pctxy-raising will be neia ty it i.
divided Into sub-classes red winter sad I Crosby of the O. A. C beginning March
red Walla on the basis of texture rather 1 14, MoMindes has announced, una ox
than variety. I ths three meetings of this series will
Any soft red winter wheat sample hav- I k held at tha Cronk demonstration
ing CO or more per cent dark, hard and (arm on Clatsop Plains and a second
Egg Production Big?
Farm at Svensen
Astoria, Jan. 7. Egg production on
wheit-thaiw 1s'already aa oterproduo.
tion was; disjussed by Jardlse. The
statiea to not working -tor ttwsaaaooua
yields that would' overdo the demand,
hut to red oca tho cost of production. The
statJoa gathers facts on any saw dlffU
cutties that com ap and any old tiffl-
cuttles unserved. '
. "The station U at
which are easting the dairymen minioas
of dollars every year, and is probably
making as much pr Pgr sea aa aay etaUos
xat cor&iDu roKixxy
Forts which are olose to the coast aro
favored by tho bureau of animal tadns-
try as ouaraetltie ststloas because of
the fact that there Is lees chance to this
way of spi easing eewtsgioajs diseases .
which might come ta with the cattle,
but si ace Portland Is eomparstlvety
eioee to tho coast, several Bvwavch aaea
are hopeful that tho stsiioa may ha Is-
PorUasd where tha beet
trajugtortatloa facttlties are available.
Much praise Is being given B easier
McNary for his unUrtng efforts ta so
eurtng this coaceaalon frsca geaersmest
facials. .- ' -vi . .
the talk of no foreign demand. Tha
National Wheat Growers' association
has exposed the dealers' and exporters
tr bringing to light tha fact that exports
far the first , two years nave xar ex
ceeded any previous record.
. United States senate. Speculation would
net Injure the producer so much If It
Wre Sot manipulated speculation.
gathering at the 125 exposition.
peculation. I r , a TT '
a jnce'rL Agent . JiaS
For Columbia County
butchered, this week. UiVeous kernels wUl hereafter he tT1. -Smla Ur Main" demnstraQon pouU tho United States, It Is doing aeme
weigher 1Z8 pounds at -railed red winter and anv other lota Z1 - IIlT IZZTZZ,- I. mhmA. I trv fn. mt Bvenaen waa the rreeteet I work Ott poultry diseases It Is testing
ot mat on any unwnnnura tana I . j .. ; -
Oregon for the month ot November, ae- tkoy come within the Uw la ardor to
cording to a report received by B. W.I protect the farmers. It cooperates with
UcMiBda. count- asent. . I tba extension service la carrying out Us
The S2S pullets st ths Msttsoa farm j work. It is trying to eofve. ta other
laid- 6(12 era In the month, aa aver-1 wra toe everyday problems ooafrost-
are of 20.1 eras per fowl and a per-1 C farmers.
eenbure of 17. i. The state-wide sver-
mrm. Mnwntam for the about 100 deav I - PCKCHABK Tm Btll
An.tr.finn farms was ti.f. The aver I Moatoeaae. Waatt, Jan. 7w d "Valea-
age percentage for the 10 highest farms I ttae and W. J. Boras, prominent Aairy
thmueiieut tha state was S1.I. less than men of tho Wyaooche valley, have war.
Erm.ii rr Tn 1 WHllam half the . production or tae Stevenson i ww m "w" oe sxewam euu
o., JZ lUatdenV: T. farm. Th2 tm the first year ta which I from William Todd Boa. of Yakima.
A hnK1 a A w,r,Am I . . rJL i Ti.A f I ax.. v.. a,.mma In lha wnltrt aMeWM W ltOOMT tXeSB, 0X117 HSBf.
urd for kll No" i wheat: 6-1 1.' ZTZ.!. 'u t I Z:.7n7 NovebVr wssthi first Tha bull wo third ta a class of IS at
J teeea the field and tJbaJLsbUev Incourr
aged, by compart hrely low freight rates,
many eeeUoae ot the oountry have spe
cialised la some particular crop, only a
sstall percentage of which can be oon
asmed In the immediate territory, .the
balance finding a ready market at a
etatanoe. Oftentimes dtmstto and soil
conditions sre such that ths entire sec
tion has been able to progress only be
et use ot thla one crop,
I-JIKIOHT BATBS BCaDEX
graded red Walla, if the recomxneada- nl)Sd t nirht. Ths place Is yet to be I
uviiaj aw. a asvuvjyvssA. sm.-j -
ft up icwivurcuu uia was ssaWJa wiuew i
club be subdivided Into sub-classes hard
club and soft club, corresponding to the
classes hard whit and soft white In
present -use for ffce eommoh white; and
that in the sub-class soft white and soft
club there be permitted In addition to
the present, percentage of total mixture
an additional S per cent of common white
in the soft club or ot white club in the
soft white," the new reco mmend&tions
Farm Bureau Picks
Officers; Goal Set
Warren. Or- Jan. 7.-County Agent
Oftentimes dtmstto and soil I Holobaugh has outlined and win carry
through a very extensive agricultural
program In' farming during the year
1922. While less than S per cent of the
total acreage of the county is culti
vated.' embracing less than 17,000 acres.
- By" sn veiwhelmtog-i- maJoritt
ftMt . A .. - .
"c"' rl. S77 dockage determining equipment be used. LJZ L L Crawford. Manning;
UUUir jrvwctB vwvcm . i - - ; . . .
I KTSaaBflZ ' KTOIST. XVIM UfVTfl S evB- : AM.
TT O IWacoa.JBa
ui ui vjiaiu uiuwcio
. . . , - ,, nira, emoracinK less mm i.i,wv acres,
If freight rates become excessive as nm)n.tMI r .ren acre baa
.lJ.r.rm b proved the
inrwat va.. - " " " I mrmlur.tlve fertllitv Of
tion voted to change the name of the or
ganisation to Pacific Cooperative Wool
Growers. The new name will go Into
effect at once. The change in name was
made because of the fact that the mem
bership now Includes many wool grow
ers in Washington ana loano. J-ne
present,' ajssoclation will serve the wool
growing interests of the three North
west states.- . .
. The wool growers association has bad
the bull sold recently for til, 000. .
Yield 31.8 Pounds
Uontssaao, Weak. Jan. T. Of ths til
cows ta tha Grays liarbor Dairy Tasttac
saeootaoo that were teatad ta Daoaao-
Kr, a averaged snore thaa 40 pounds ot ,
itterfat for ths month. The average
milk prod action for all cows was tls.t
potsuds an the average butterfat proeee-
Uoe eras SL.I swuaaa. la ceass cam, U
or mars cows ta a hare, W. J. Boras pf
hlontesaae had ths sigh hard, with a
milk average of Uts.o pwuatds and a but,
terfet average of 4J pound a, 1 ctaas
two, less thaa dt cows ta a herd. Tag
man Brothers of Moataaano took the
honors with a milk aver age of gM
pouads and batterfst aver re of Sl-s
pouada .The beat bow for the month
was W. 7. Bern BlaocHa., grade Bot
steia." that produced iTM pounds milk
and M.4I pounds of butterfat
Prepared to Handle
, County project leaders elected were:
T. o. tillv. horticulture iTt C Ogiesljy, i tt.i Jan l I. VL lanes.
Mtdtrv : William scbuimericn. oairy ; k. .r,.r- af the Clarke County Potato
Q. Scett. Angora goats ; J. C laody. Growers aaeociation, has been secured
onion nrolect : 15. E. Jones, rodent eon
trol. and Charles Hero, Term crops. tho
nroeram of the farm bureau or next
uucase, iiu, jan. i. wiut more taaa I vear will niace special empnasts on
It upon Vs prwuor v-., - ,,..,. f.-tllitv f thA man. for: AU
'L. PSST IfWs ""M trult farming, the latter
PT iJi'vLr h. la ruined extensively engaged in. with
Lnd to a levVl auadreds of acres being planted to
attll the rates agala descend to a levei . -a fi, .
wMch will maVa Oje marketing ot his btugh. addition to being county
eso agala profitable. . agent, has also been made .fruit hvspeo-
lay. gram, lemon u " "T tor tor this county. An assistant will
UI I V. . !-..., w -11 A V..
vision of the county agent, make a cora-
a Buccessfui year's business and has W.000,000 bushels of grain under con- growing better potatoes, more corn. Im-
heen the means of saving thousands of ract from a membership of 25,248 grain provement of livestock, boys and girls
dollars for Its members, because of the Producers In 11 Midwest states, the TJ. dub work, rodent control, horticulture
Antriv marketinar nroeram. and the 3. Grain Growers. Ino enter tha new and Poultry. During the past year 199
fact that the wool Is carefully rraded I year with the road cleared of the initial general : and - demonstration meetings
and sold on a merit basis. Officers of I difficulties which attended the nreUml I were held.
the aeBodatlon are : Fred W. Herrm ox i nary organisation work and with ths
Ashland, president , C I Beckley of I brightest prospects for steadily increas-
be appointed, who will, under the super- RjboJf' vic PresWeut B; Cornett i ing success m developing ths organisa-
oa sucuu, j a.a aw.!..) . - uvu wa vrcpwiofi to lutnoie a tremen-
se Just a few examples ot
a. a a-, . aOtuwh ui me county mceiit, iuu, wra- i . -,a 1
iAnd flnany. every pTOUtta" v w analysis of the soil of the county. I - a- v 01
aumht that travels from the farm 1 n..w .v.- .im ,1 wv. h1aeer.
W1UA Ul. IjWHIUVAMVlH WA " J I
, Ajommodlly that traveU from
-a. - eVlj Arrays
td the doorstep naa ,v7i: I are best adapted to. Poultry demonstra-
uoen tae V- V "7 Uoas will be given throughout the year
profits possible, the price to ine eow-i county. There are also going to
enter muat be raises ana w Ti be demonetrationa tn pruning and spray
dacer the price must be w"fvf tag of fruit- The livestock industry also
takins awar soma of his proceeas. 1 , . a.Mi. xAinrwwt M. . .
Whea tae pnoe as r T - " .
nmtf. eubetltutaa are adopted, result-
lec ta a faCsrAg oft of cousumptJoa
- M fatnainul
'T .7 ' ..--A,
DCvery iransacuoe u
go through tn reaching the ultimata eon
eemer vitally affecta tlve producer. The
great snaas of people, who are In tact
iC. I. Lewis Put on
doua volume of business in 1922, accord
ing to the officers of ths farmers' oom-
pahy in an official statement
A total of 862 farmers' elevators and
grain growers' associations have affHi-
" Rural School Law .
To Be Investigated
by County Agent T. T. B lan ton to deliver
an address to rsrmers ox udvuh oouaiy
at tha Kelso dub. Friday evening. Jan
uary IS. Larson will talk upoa the sub
ject of certified potatoes.
Sen your surplus stock through Ths
Grays Harbor Will
Have Dairy Schools!
Montessnn, Wash-. Jan: 7. The Grays
Harbor 1 county farm bureau has ap-
ated with the national seninr aeenev pointed :a conunlttee to investigate pro-
vnder a five-year agreement to handle Psed legislation for rural schools. Mem
the grain from local stations tor the I bars of tho committee are i K. I Brewer,
tnemberahln Tnrmers elevaten of Ma. I Mrs. WlSard Turner, O. C Musgrove,
C X. Lewis, assistant renerai manager 1 fai-aaka and im hi rin- .-, . i Mrs. Xester Xammoa. T. M. Powell,
of the Oregon Growers Cooperative as-1 ganisatlon particularly good support I Psrker Askew, and. Eldridge Wheeler,
soclation. Is one of three men west of f the 214 agreements signed la No-1 Believing that the county unit plan for
tho Mississippi river to servo on the y.y. 209 halA DT a-iav. cnmur I rural schools win be aq Issue In the next
executive committee ot the American I M tMnmMmt v . legislature, the members of the farm
7Ia ...hm-ti end eoiummera, aro ben-1 Aberaen. waan, Jan. 1 a rnn
ented moat by a short route, with a dairy .feeding schoou will be bow m
aumher of transections, but wiU OraysHarbor county the week of Jan-
MaJSTaII mnU-dV uary to 11. Under the leadership of
h-JISmm buying are Don Magruder. dairy specialist, from the
Pomological society. The other West
ern men selected are G. Harold Powell,
farmers' stock company land four . by
bureau have determined to be well poet-
'IZJ-'VJ rr-tliir" of the 82 agreements executed In Iowa
field of Madison. Wis, Seven others
growers sssocUtions, while 1M per cant in,tlle pf9T'on J; Uw- P1
W. La. Crass have been appointed a
are with farmers'
peeving tha best solutions yet found.
Oregon Dairy Zone 1
I Eleots Its Officers
state college, dairymen ot the county
will study the proper way to feed cattle
to produce milk at the lowest possible
cost., At the same meetings the women
will meet to hear, talks oa the beat
MebniurrOla, Jan. f, P. K. Btton. J.
B. Abel aa Tbomas Boo have been
V-aguo ta ths new orgaalsatloa formed
td market dairy products. Zone 1 takes
In Portland and tributary territory, in
cluding lamhUl county.
make up the committee.
As a national organization i of long
standing, the American Pomological so
ciety has been responsible for: a great
deal of the progress which has been
made in . horticultural fields. Dr. Ii. li
me thod of fading children on tho farm. Bailey, famous for his work and wrlt-
Mlas Mary Sutherland, food and nutru I mgs n noruciuture, ta presKienT ox me
Uon specialist tram the state college, I society, and Samuel Adams, editor of
will talk to the women. The meettiura 1 the American Fruit Grower. . is vice
win be held tn warrant urmtx. troras pnA, . I about the Morrb. Iloff nonltrv farm nr
jswts is sjso aervrng on a nanonai i d.a,.,a i,
225 Hens Produce
5031 Eggs During
Month, Says Owner
Here Is one better than the Item
committee. te have charge of a member
ship drive for the farm bureau.
HOLSTEDf . MBit TO !TET' v
Chehalla. Waslt- Jan. 7. The annual
meeting af the. Lewis County Holetein-
Freslan association will be: held lit, ths
Cltlsens- club rooms in Chehalls .Wednes
day- State- Sesretftry .Bouchert wU at
Prairie, Elma. Wynooche, Wlshkan
r KBTLOT HOkTICTXTTklST
ItLialeaann' Wash.. Jan. 7. The county
" Shorthorn' Herd
committee of 11 Jchte working to tfcsrthTi; SgX
son of Wasbougal, Waslu, writes that
he has a poultry house CO feet long and
better fruit marketing conditions
throughout the country. . He was recent
ly selected at a meeting of fruitgrow- 73 " fj. ;Xk, T ".T CtZTZ.
ers in Spokane as i chairman of the Ore- artificially lighted or hlated. Hmvwm
ommlaskmers will employ a horticultur- JP: ZZyJL Z.JTmZ
st to aid la the developtnent of tho 2tfitu who ttree yesrs ago
aerry tadsstry of Orays Harbor county, began assembling a herd of registered
kany speta this county look forward atuiking Shsrthora cattle, have developed
Jofairrynure as the salvation of the the herd Into one Of the beet tn 8outh-
eounty when tha timber la gone, ' The west Washington. Tho TruesdeUa now
eaietnioa ot a man has been left ta W. have 41 head at registered stock. Since
C Memaw. manager of ths Montesano the herd was started purchases have
gen committee ror organizing fruit
growers agencies of the state under a
Northwest amalgamation including ore
goa -Washington, Idaho, Montana, and
British Columbia. , " I
County Agent's Plan
In Pacific County
125 White Leghorn hens whose best day's
arortc was ISO eggs. The average d urine
tea' moma oc uecemoer was over 162
eggs a day or a total of 1021 eggs for
i ueoexnber. Engetson has been receiving
45 to SI coats a dozen for them In
. InatrrjTxienU ,
ree Ariato Pe'
. . asLUf Mcauc
eeetaa. - 1 1 f.rVa.
been ssade from tho Foothill farm at I
Carlton, Or. ; Wads herd at Orengevine,
K. T. ; Otis herd at WHlooghby. Ohio,
aad from the Tsner hard at Washing
ton vUle, N. T.
Meet Novemher 22
ASSISTS IX COW TESTIS O
Kelso, Wash.. Jan. 7. F. W. KehrS
f or x ear Announcea couS srsss. CSTS
South Bend, Wash. Jan. 7. County I oa Many dairymen are Interested and
AgriceitnrtJ Agent J, R. Beck has Just I" organisation meeting will be held la
announced his plans for 1922 of the " .mwire.
work to be carried on la nine Pacific
county communities. The principal I We hey sad par top nhn aw an Tddat. Abe
to be 'undertaken with
farmers aad ranchers win be : 1 Drain
age and farm sewage, dairying.' crops, !
soils, horticulture, poultry, clothing and :
Oregon' Agricultural College. Osrvaltls, I home manarement and boys, and gtrle i
Jan. T The Oregon Sme Uorticultural j chxhs-ln poultry and dairying. - The fol-
aociety wtu noia tu next meeting st the I lowing communities ; win share In ths
college at the time of the annual horti-1 work: Frances, Brooklyn. Menlo, WU-1
oultural anew November-23 to 24. 1922. 1 btpa. South Fork. Booth Bend, Naselle,
asumuncemenx waa made ay tae exeeu-1 WalBcutt and Xjofig jjeacn. - t
tree offloers at a luncheon In Waldo j Beck stated thet although Pacific I
hail. Tho Western Nut Growers have I county 'contains large areas of flnel
been Invited to meet with the society. I dalrylnr and farming land, the county
The comprehensive displays of Oregon I raises only halt enough eggs to supply
traits, vegetables, nuts, flowers and her-1 the demand. He will try to encourage
ticultursi products are expected to at- J poultry work' to the point of making the
tract a big attendance at these meetings. county at least self -supporting in this
Tae annual mushroom show, which ere-1 respect. He will also undertake an ex-
Vest Coast Tanning Co.
CUSTOM rASlfTR8 ATP HaW ligACtt)IUCBl
. WrU for pdea em Bote aad Shoe
SSS Tarawa Ave. tettaai XSSS.
yrttf far Catastgaet
t t at I Tae annual muanroom saow. which ere-1 respect. He wui also unaertaae an ex-
2ClIXTla5f 1-nCl t rilUUC vO, I ate much Interest last fall, will he put tenslva campaign to get rid of scrub
23Jin geerva bu . reruaas. vrnwiea at me asm tuna." ' ' iiatry vtock.
CasDue Beta, rata.
v Wa Ant St the StaikaC
Write for Fneas aad aklppinc Taaa
"otrrt-Ano hioc a woo, oo,
CKOBGS ML SUIaUTAN. Maaaaet.
IB Vnam Bra, (wtiaas. or.
i Sliipius all
your raw Furs
Muskrat j v ;
. "Sjnk . .
j.yu aa . :
is wailing for
any man who
Any man who is
learn this work
should see or '
write Mr. pfnsdale
at the Oregon
Institute of '
f Technology, 6 th.
and Main Sts-, i .
. (Y. M. C A.)
111 " wlTe- " Or U 1 il w ,
aw i em m i i w
aav ej m m
SASH and DOORS
O.B. WILLIAMS CO.
ltt FIBST ATE. SO, BEATTIaaI
v- mm HOUSE SASH
t da. Wide by tt la. - High, 80a
-A dozen different sixes ta stock for
hnmodlsts shipment. ..... -
iSKYUGHTS F03 CEICKB
f V cHQUSES
ssxts-Inea. Price, Glnsed. ' B2.00
This is the else recommended bv
the Western Waahtngrea lUx-pertment
Station wo carry taeca ta stock tor
troraediats shtprasnt. '
aiasa aaa jjoors ior an puryue at
prompt attention. . -.
Our larre illustrated eataloru Ma
tX. rmowiiur ton lino wf buudinn ma
terial , and . buUt-la flxtnrea- tor the
noma, tree oa .request. ' '
GROWN STABLES, Ihc.
For Sale or lacuange-lCO Head Horses
Have some 124 nT Its peium farm chunks, sa 0 years oWL, wed matched
teases, from 7S te IU We are goteg te eetl or exenange taeae borees regar
laaej eg eaec We are arewsw- ready to Crae a a ewe tar a tuue ewe as
gee tae difference, or s Uttie ewe tor a big owe na pay the eUtlereoee, if It ta
earning either way. Ws are always ta the aaarket far horses, mules as
au41c. . Have .aa kinds of bars sea, araguas aa grading evtfua. We aire av
tae day, week or snoath te reepoaalree people. . serytbmg guaraatee as
PHIL SUETTER? PRES;
235 FRONT, ST. PORTLAND, OREGON