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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1902)
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COMMISSIONER BAILEY MAKES
HIS BIENNIAL REPOR1
Dairies Should be Regularly Inspect
cd and be Allowed to. Sell Milk Only
Under Certificate From the Commls
Food and Dairy Commissioner
Bailey s biennial report contains a
comprehensive roview of tho progress
In dairying In Oregon. Ho has made
three Important recommendations to
the legislature: 'Chat all butter pack
ages contain 8, or lu, or 32 ounces
and be stamped with the figures of
their respective weights; that to the
duties of his deputy be added those
of a chemist, tho salary of which or
fleer shall not be more than $1200 a
year; that dairymen who supply milk
to domestic consumers in Portland be
required to have their dairies regu
larly Inspected and bo prohibited from
selling to Buch consumers unless their
dairies meet sanitary standards.
In the last recommendation Mr.
Bailey urges that the dairymen to
whom he refers be permitted to sell
milk only under certificate from the
commlsisoner testifying to the ex
cellence of their dairies. Mr. Bailey
RKkp that $750 of the $1500 loft from
the last appropriation of tne legisla
ture be expended for a chemical lab
oratory to aid him In .the prosecution
of his duties.
Of the $7S00 approbated by the
last legislature about $150u Is left.
On September 30 the amount unex
pended was $2111.C9. The money had
been paid out as follows: ,
Salary of Commissioner ....$3021.42
Expenses of Commissioner .. 1515.BS
Salary of deputy 1151.31
Butter and Cheese Output.
His estimated value of the butter
and cheese output of 1902 is $1,8!)",
000. His statement is as follows:
Creamery butter, .4,000,000 $1,000,000
Datrv butter 3,500,000 030,000
Cheese 2,225,000 2G7.00O
"The milk and cream which did not
go Into butter and cheese was as
much more," said Mr. 'Bailey. "In
fact. Portland pays out $2000 a day
for milk for direct consumption.
"And yet Oregon Is new in the dairy
Industry. "What the industry needs
above nil else Is more cows. Farmers
should realize this more- thoroughly, j
As many as 1000 cows were sent odt .
of the "Willamette valley In the past i
year. Instead of letting that many
go out, our farmers should have
brought that many in."
Report of the Commissioner.
Mr. Bailey's report is in part as.
During the past two years this ,state
has forged ahead In her dairy inter
ests beyond all belief. Oregon buttor
and Oregon cheese are in favor wher
ever they are known, and the market
ror both has been very satisfactory.
California has drawn on us largely
for cheeses, paying from 3 to 5 cents
more than for its own. Our butter
finds a ready sale along tho Alaskan
coast; and tho conditions are such
that the market Is most active at that
season of the year when it can be pro
duced at tho least cost, namely May
and June. It is at this time of the
yea? that the steamers are leaving
Portland for tho North, and eo far
all the surplus and available butter
goes north at that time,
So rapid has the Increase of cream
eries been that it has been almost im
possible to keep pace with them.
They have sprung up al over the
state, and while our law requires
that all such creameries apply to the
state dairy and rood commissioner i
for plate or stencil, giving the name!
and place of manufacture, together'
with state number, there arc very
many who have not done so, owing
to tho fact that the law has been but
recently passed, and many aro not
familiar with It
Oregon's Dairy Product.
The output of butter and cheese In
the past two years has Increased, ac
cording to the best information ob
tainable, about 50 per cent. Most of
the larger creamorics and cheese fac
tories have made their report, but
generally with the request "not to
publish." From their figures and from
other sources, I have reached tho
above conclusion. The creameries
will, during tho past year, bavo made
about 4,000,000 pounds ot creamer'
butter and about 3,600,000 pounds of
dairy butter, and the checso factories,
2,230,000 pounds of cheese. The sup
ply ot dairy or store butter is con
stantly on the decrease, owing to the
system of hand separators and the
easy method of getting their cream
to the creameries.
There is a difference
Between out Oysters and others
The Shoal wator Bay Oyators sold hy us aro received
daily in the shell and come direct from the beds,
EASTERN OYSTERS 30c DOZEN
S 110 A LAV AT ER RAY OYSTERS 40e PINT
Lot us furnish you with oysters for your ChriBtmaa
Oyster Depot, 22 J Court street,
Reenter s Confectionery Store
IP A FELLOW LOVES A GIRL, THAT'S MIS
If girl loves a fellow, tlmt'H HER HUShNMCriS
Tf the fellow Unit love the filrl, mid the k'lrl that
loves the fellow, marry, that'tt THK1U llUSINICSS.
If tlm I'llow mid the girl want to buy n piano,
that's OUU nusrNuss
Call at 315 Kn.it Court utrivt iiml wi will eonvliicu
you that It'i. YOUH 111T81KK8S to buy of iih. H
member our priiMi lit jour pocket and payinrntx aro
urrangtil to suit yourself.
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUSE,
S. L. WAKEFIELD & CO.
315 East Court Streot.
WHAT SHE WAS HUNTING. '
"Some one." suld the llrst huntrcHS, "told me that the Government la come
Btock this reservation with Kame."
"I II lrt,' sally asserted the second huntress,
I have H-tilll iK'fHtil to utock It with men."
'that If 1 were In 'Contrem
HOW DO YOU
expect people to know what
you have to sell II you don't
The new store can never be F f r r" T"8 O BT O
known nnless It advertises MUVCM I IOC" f
THE CHRISTMAS STORE FOR
ROCERIES t- HND BHKING
Thft ntai-e where vou find -ever v thins clean, fresh and zood. The nlace where
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!thlpR tViMt will make votir Christmas dinner eniovahle and where vou will find
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you will find the
prices the very low
Strictly Cash and
Our 'Bill o f IE are
From Which You Can Make Your Selections: '
i 'f is-
Tho choicest put up, which is iho
Pork and Beans, .
Apples for Pies, ; i
MUSHES AND BREAKFAST FOODS
Plve-MInute Breakfast Mush,
Carolina Rice Fifties,
Cream of Wheat.
Halston Breakfast Food,
Shredded Wheat Ulseults,
H-O Mush and others.
Horse Radish Mustarjl,
. Spiced Pickles,
' Cross & Blackman's Pure Olive Oil,
Lee & Perrln's Worcestershire
Snldor's Blue Label Catsup.
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WAFERS AND CRACKERS.
Long Branch Crackers,
Oat Meal Wafers,
Perfection Soda Crackers,
Fig Bar Crackers,
Animal Sweet Crackers,
Swift's Premium Hams,
Swift's Premium Bacon,
Country Club House Sausage,
FRESH DAKING. -' .
Pies Mince, Apple, Pumpkin, Lem
Cakes Jelly Roll cakos, layer cakes
banana rakes or any other kind of
cake. Ou Angel cake Is our leader,
Our specialty Is to supply parties,
socials, dinners, halls and weddings
with cakes and pastries.
Pure Currant Jelly,
log Cabin Maple Syrup,
Dock Candy Drips.
Tea Garden Drip,
BEAUTIFUL CHRI6TMA8 PRES
ENTS FREE WITH BAKING
We are giving away a beautifully
decorated piece of heavy glassware
with every can of Prize Medul Bak
ing Powder. These prUes are not
cheap and trashy, but suitable for a
gift to any one.
THE STANDARD GROCERY .jOQ,
Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton, Oregon