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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1913)
Dairy ami Fod Cumtykmr MlcVh
wn Uw flrt .roKr to l introduced.
Ho dwsdt to ow extent wpon the
lf. U Scribner. t( the l is Hu-
rcmi of Animal Industry, Dairy
niiion. nd J IX Maklc. Orrcwti
Dairy ami Food Commissioner.
.... f , i.u -.1
l the tmin bv the trident ot , T'. 'T
the Tillamook Couiutetvtal Chili
nnl Tillamook Development
In the evenine the Gentlemen
w entertained at a banquet by a
number of members of the Com
mercial Out-, when covers were
laid lor JO at the Ramsey Hons-e.
The Iwnquet w.- nenred in fine
st le and the management of the
li.tmaey House deserve, jrreat credit
for their eflort in catering to the
public in thi- respect.
After the bannuet the party met
i - . .....
The mectmjr at the eourt house on 'ever, that they believed the t""0 Ultfcol. MAKNil r IKM.
Vednedav aft-rwwii wasattomle! by JwmiM come when we wouM bo :' '. , . ,,
a large amltnee. eoHweJ r.Kwtly of ' (tig eorn. the mwl per feet sllRO -H'. . Vh aKl alwut eiKllloa lit e
farmers. Cha.. Kunie acted as ehair 1 hora. Thoy lulvWed that In the rm-'t. ,.h..r tr. le. i 'art ILuerlnri. -il
man of the raeetinc ami introduced ! time we !IhhiI.I use red clover, vet. li I "Cheese has been felllut; rvs.l.K
the -iea!vf rs. land eat . a. laR erup. A enmblna- lHH. W ,uus.l of ail the nM ehr e
I lion of peas """I 1 w fMTC"' " ' Wa aw mnMn snout W eaten im-
Mag nno forailairo. lou pr djr. but i i b the rei
As the meeUnK w drawing to 1 de I advanced price one half eid
ehwe Mr. ijcribner wai asked a) to tBj., Wek. We ate urmltnn tl fw car
what bread of cattle ho wowhl rwow u Ux Amk'Im Iht l'"'
moral for cheese nrudurtion. lie re-. u, ;An prMnleo. Wa can dpr. I
plied that white he Kept Jeny for ; ufcq tAngeW ti.takJe.n.i.etai'k
the production of butter and erenm. he J 0l"7wr eh-: henwhe tK- jrtih.
betfeved the HoMein wu better ,k I Mtnetttne wonder vthnt we used
apted for cheese making. M ; to .to vitn the eh.se twfi-r we .!.:
that th ehwe maker of Whwnnam j (ip1 y. Southern mrkU Wo ai
had come to that eoncludon. Mf-1 wty had low at thW time of
Sen brer ' aUteroenU c&tml wlte a ! (h0 vt ((tr tH, Tiia nuaiit
that nothing bnt the best kind of a ire
be kept about the pretnWa. He saui
' that the ?ire wa more than half the
herd and that it wa up to many of our
farmers to knock their .erub ball in
the head at once became a scrub ' bull
produced nothing more than a scrub
oirpnnt which had no place upon a
dairy ranch. Mr. Mick la wa very em
phatic and struck right out for the
boulder in regard t Uii matter.
Mr. Mickle dieuaed the aubject of
tuberculoti and adviaed the farmer
Stir and at once Holatein and Jore l
mem were making themaalvea tmi
eonaiiicaoutt all over the room. The
scene at once took on quite an ammlng
apect Cha. Kume. Holatein i.
Anally mad a prvpoition to the etfet-t
not to be afraid to tackle that problem.
BS llie HU 11 ran ..... - . . . - , i V - r-r -
1 tt .L. t in 1 1 1 ri r t null . i . ...
at the clnb rooms where a number j ' - that the notem ami jeraoy win
of interestine talis were made along Mi ,b hthr MahouW be kept separate at a ear Urn
dating line, where there w.s hi. herd had Wberruloai and that if ttetoty , u,. .uer tried out. Thia
i mmtrst uod mwvtcnju tv achcme wa aareed upon, in onct to
srood ffathetinsr of members and ! u'w,r,TO rT . , "
v,.itors be tveryuung n ni . maltVf. tmrt m atevr.
i're. ident Haker welcomed the 1 to rldfeto H ,"td. th,t the trial will be very exhaaati ve ; the
IreMdent Haker welcomed the foa-w (Uon of th;M.. , nmiu,iu and . aat.it
i-iit.r to l iiiutiiuoK. ana ine nrai i . . . . . t . .. . ... i '
Mr Scribner, who first dwelt up
on tne importance of co-operatio untll thie - ji jn
between farmers ami btisraeaa men. WM ftw fmm wbercttkwi
He ielt glad to ?ee that a spirit r if it took the taat cow they had.
co-operation esited in Tillamook. Mr Mickle aaii tnat ha wa planning
aud that the bntMneoe men were ! Jeoooi ooae campaign a inatroelion
errntly tnteect-ted in the dairying iu-; jn to rnai. and
i internal organ of a tubercular c uktm ,nU fontioeratton. It
! they would not toucn a arop oi U-ut eatlafactorv data on thit
from it. ana mat tnay ju h r : )et can ba aecured from the ditfacent
atri cultural college. If our eollaj
are not able to threah thi matter out
we ate at tea to know how out
farmer can be expected to.
The addreaaea of both Mr. Mick la ami
Mr. Scribner were very interesting and
full of valuable information. Thaae
j who war present certainly enjoyed a
that he and hi aaftatanta were Rot"
ne thing. IK -aid. to -ce the to , jj,, ferner as nuaeibte.
vial c'ub active ic h it- oaW (mm flea aaatstant avail
able for fie id wort.
At the conetusi n of Mr.
-Hrv f TilLtuiook Count
was a fine
rectioo, for it fostered a better feel
ing amongst all classes. Mr.
Scribner iaid he was sent out by Mr Rttae intrgduced F. H j
the 1. S. Burran of Aaimal Indus
try to create interest in farming.
and hi, tiecialty wa- the dairy di- f vtimtl tndatry. and
vi-ion. He dwelt upon the import- Dnc.ic.i dairrman.
Mr. Scribner began his add-eas by
laying that he found coalition for
dairying so different here from what
' Scribner of Wtaconain. who i at tl
, head of the dairy divition of la V. S
WILSON ft VJ2R iTRtS.
Jaaaea Reeher made a trip to the
Fail-view district tha past week and
purrnaH a load t yoang calve aixt
he ex pee U to maae several nor trips
before th season is over. It will
;dt9?onti ."!-- tuaki'ig butter and iieeate
hi ti.-nt- to ra-fuug vivea which is
t T J B ... t IIIWK 1 U- ' KWMI1H V
and he dwelt upon the subject of ; say along ccrUia lines. He ka.-l thi; B,m lne mlM lrum roW wlu
cow tetin coeteMa. They had there were but few other place in the ! r' coaiderable numbar of ealvea
nmU rtakeo a content in Washing- ' world that affordej such ideal coodi- !" Ay FM rr
of dairymen aeccrtaimng
what their cowa were doing, and
strongly advocated cow testing con-
tei- ; they are in other p-rt$ of the
J I. Mk kle wi the rseM sneaker ' that he was at a ! to know
porehaaed for one dollar a head ait
turred out at two year old for fort.,
dollars there is some profit. Mr. Raeh
er repuru the uad vvr the divide
ton County, bat it bad fallen tiora for dairying as we enjoy,
through for lack ot interest. He ' The first subject which he touched
wa anxiou- that a cow testing con-, npon was the matter of breeding. I"
teat be carried on in Tillamook his tha sire b about the whole
Co jntv for tne next two years, aa ! thine ia a hard. H jwevor. he advised ; ln v'r'r haP nd omethlng
thi,, was the ideal dairying -ection the dairyman that he should be very ! wUi ll- otherwise sartou
and where great results could be careful to see. when selecting a sire. I " occur w&en nKipe start
ot taiced, which would be need by that the i ire's mother had a good rac-1 ea"lin' ,ft-
ocd tot production ; he said, that af rreeiaod Richer and wife, who ex-
sire's pedigree should show a good rac-; pact to wave in a few day for their
ord all down the line.
1 old horn in Michigan, spent vrral
Mr. Seribner was very much in favor! days visiting Mr. Roah and Mr. Hugh
hi- office to show what the cows
were domg is Tillamook County.
He advised the boatce men and
the commercial club to help in thi
matter, it weald prove a great i of the cow Mating association aa a ey. They spent a year on Mr. Hughey'
benrht to the dairymen, and be I means of getting rid of the worthless , ranch previous to its sale to John
ventured to -jy that even in Tills cow. He said that if a cow did not Uttie. and have made main friend
inork County a large amount of i produce 3Q0 pounds of baiter per year ' who regret to tee them leave. Mr.
ltri-rorement could be made in the that eow should be dispensed with at' flicker has a farm in Michigan that he
amount of milk produced by di?- j once. Ha said that somen me a good will operate.
card'ti cows which did not pro I cow would not make a proper record j It is reported that Mr. Stanley who
dure the amount of milk -hey 'for the reason that she was not fad! several years ago sold his ranch on the
shouNL Mr. Micile congratulated j properly cr possibly for other reasons, river to the timber interest for fTtfO
Tillamook County on the splendid j and that before a cow was discarded and moved to near Ixai Ancrlea. Ca!
co operative -yrtem which en-led j 't should receive careful consideration. ' and purchased a small iar.cn there fr
amun-t the dairymen and wa- ! He said that the milk sheet was a Mac , part of bis money, has recently old t
I thing and that the dairyman "hould j for SJo.OOQ and is taking u trip east to
know jnst what every one of his cows i visit relatives.
i is doing, what ft coat to feed br and j About mile of the river road is
: what she predeced. I now jn cri hw having oee'i i.l?h.-.l
In tha matter of feeding Mr. Scrib- , Up enugh so tnat it i now paaaali
ner sUtad that the cow should be kept j for automobile. There i st.ll n....
on full feed the whole year. He said erable more that could be ione but tK.
of hewe we are making now kelp' lh
aki conideralk, aa tee sand only the
very beet South. San Fraociaco I
also getting to be a fine market far
Tillamook cheese, a U San IHego.
"We arv getting ready to pay na
trons for April milk the Aral of the
month. The price range front to
ceata at the ioweit to 40 4 cent at the
highest. While the pruW of thwv i
tha aaje, the dlfteranc ia Urgel)
caaaad by many of the iwnalW fart r
tea having u rhar.-e eoneidarabW mor
thaa the larger ona fr making up tha
cheeae. Alsu, te larger fetrt.
a rule, get a larger yield uf he per
tk) lbs. milk. The making prtre
raaga from S et par lb. eheeaa U
1 cants charged by Tag Tillamook
Craamary. The yield raugea f ruaa ten
lbs. to eleven lbs. chaea per !
"Prices are ruling about It mi
Wiacwwln. 10 cants in Canada and itj
eU Co Bay, at which prtc I umi r
tand tha Coos Bay people aokl a car
Wat! I expect that the radoru.m . f
the tariff ia going no hurt Tillmk
dairyman to aaaw eatant. 1 hiiv that
with latter mrt tU of toojatng aftr
the milk which wttl enable us to onVr
a batter article of cheeaw, e -
iargl ovetcomo tha tariff rvl '!-..
A two cent duly wli be much twttrr
than the fre lral r w't rijirvti .
under INe Canadian rr-.rufity
highly ilea-e'i with the reception
given Prof. Helie! and . M. Shrock
when they were in lh counts. Mr
Mickle mentioned the rapid rtridc
that the state wa3 making in all
line of agriculture He pok.- of
the irrigation projects in Ha-tern
, , , ( . ..... jv.i. "c eraDie more mat couKi w none out tr .
Oregon which have turned the -age that as soon as the grass began to dry j repairs will be dlayed until the count-,
brush country in beantiful farina upjsome succulent feed should be given court has .an oooortumtv to ow-r
Th-re were proriucing irauicnre i-i its place. He said there was no j and inapuct the road.
amounts of alfalfa, and they were time when the farmer could afford to Tk .. . , ,
ffoing into the ,-heeag making b- feed hi. cow. lightly, and that thev j "rrtf- ' ''
ne, and organs, craU.e shouki be fad just a wel, during the n ZJl
tointdniei, time they were dry a at any other . . ... , .
. 1 . 7 to see ti.e authontie arni have thet.,
A little dixierence ot opinion aro-e 1 l,me; O0"8 at that time they were prohibit he running at large .t catt .-
lietA-een Charle- Kunze and I. n K"ing reaay tor the next year s work ou the public roa . .-. provided in in
milked trie full vear durine her first 'trove oui f'---n lillamoiA. ui. la th
year of giving milk, and that after j Sft. ber
tnav ne should be milked to within Wilson River people enjoye.1 a pnn
six weeks of her calving time so that 'dinner in tne school house park. Mil
she mignt form . rooer habits at the I accornpai.it u mem notne anu is
in regard to
.it-tie, .Mr. Kunte tboueht that I " '" npe or it l me
the lari'e amount of alfalfa raised j0011- "fc gaio 11)81 a ' should be, The Muses Lena and WVriic Kppl.
:n the irrigation di-tricts and the '
i.irmtrs going into dairying, would
ove'-tk the chett-e market and '
bnn, 'lown the price, but Mr
Mukif- contended that the North-w-t
was not producing enough
dair;. product- to supply the de- '
ma.-:l- and with the large influx of
einigration cau-ed by the com- 1
piet: .tl of the Pacama Canal he
di l rut look for over-production. !
Price would fluctuate, but he ex- ',
pected to see the price of cheee
maintained, but not at iu present i
t r - ii " y
It- 7 'l.i r.-l . 'ff
Jir ?!.. i . 1-. a t. - .1
iiAl ix. xr t-i tyt
' Hie Great dnd Grand
Ah:-Mc j.rd Ourmtf ran.
ire AN OK
bu B'i't r-t rrr!udn 'mlum, rvli
fJ r- c, .nu.t U )lui". Via
..--I r j I .jr trim Uimm
, iy -. 4 W y f ' m , '.-f SXkAttU
t.nna uj Ut it.
Leginning of her caretsr
Mr. S.ribner dwelt to some extent
upon the necessity of being kind to the
dairy cow. He said that especially
at milking time the eow should be giv
en kind attention, in order to get the
In apeaking further in regard to the
j dairy cow Mr. Scribner advised against
Mr. koy t-jx-ke of w-.at the booi-t-1 the farmers of this locality getting
er. . ere doing io spoken- in the 1 pure blood cows at this time because,
w.i f .ml rjad-, where they had as a rule, they were not prepared to
70 n i ) of h,irr! surfaced pavement give pure blood cows proper attention,
mil- tn.it cit a-:d on cadi Hide He advised procuring a pare blood
oftb- ti, idKpple tree l;..'J been sire and breeding hirn to the best cov;s
planted He HaiJ it took a com-' and thereby grading up. He further
par.iti 1 short lime for the farm- I advised that a heifer should not have
ira of ton r-cction of the country to ' herfirit calf until she was eighteen or
i:rt t I An r.i ttKir autoa He pre
dit-) th.it the Ifooatern of Tillii
inook Mint;, would bring about ; expected of her. Ho advised that
the -am-re-ulta in hard aiirfnced J while you should bo careful what you
ruail- fertile c Jiirity. UtrHpoke highly i fed a cow ami how much you fed her,
of the roads of Tillamook County j at the Bame time you should be co
.ir.'l if the) had a boosters' meet- ' ful and feed her enough so that she
jr.' on. e .. week Hke they had that will have every opportunity to deulo
evening it would do much good. her digestive organs and thereby be
n. other speaker, were Clum. ' able to Increase her nroduction.
II T. JJotte. J. I, Ilender. I At the conclusion of his address Mr.
Kol'ie V. WatBOS, R C. Scritinor wan nsl. si.Vf.rnl .mtt,.nu
! spending the k with them.
I Mr, (ieorge Kiehm invii.-'i a nun l.r
of little children to her home on the
17th instant, to aiuist her daughter
Helen to properly atvi enj,t ii c
brate her i.ih birthday. Miss Helen
mads an adu.irabie hostess and all had
Iota of g.rxi thing to eat and loU of
ho'-'l t-. have a few fish stories for
you thin time, will try and have Home
for next week.
Mr. Win. Illingworth initoil in il
lamook a few days with her slater Mrs.
Harry Uirnas while having some den
tal work done.
Several crews oftruisers are working
along the river, what their rniaalcn U
nu one i able to ascertain
i- i twenty months old, at which time aha
i. would be strong enough to do what was
M. J. GerBoni, W. Koy
ii II. 1 otlltTH
ednuad.t iiiorning the visitor
Avcre tnkt i "ti an iupuctioa of the
iluc-ac fk t jrua and the dairy farm i.
Klietimatibin Quickly Cured.
"My siiter's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his arm," writes a
well known resident of Newton, Iowa.
"1 gave Dim a bottle of Chamberlain'
Liniment which he applied Uj his arm
and or. the next morning the rheuma
tism was gone," For chronic muscu
lar rheumatism you will find nothing
belter man Chamberlain's Liniment.
Sold by all dealers.
in regard to balanced rations, silage
otc. Many of these questions, how
ever, he was unable to answer becuusu
of his not understanding our conditions.
Both he and Mr. Mlckle stated, how'
Dr. Jack Olson
Office Hours lrom 9 u. m. to 6 p. m.
Over F R. Bealt' Real Estate Office
ii rou vtui snr
fjf " Alex McNair & Co.
b.& -rl". i
llvil ! l ll" t Jtis id (ha
Vtn ki lltMsk V"is Hlr linn cm I iK TV,
M im d Im4 Ab.1 l tu li lull l.l ., vlut (
whmJL by wb lnta nuUIi
TK. NTW PI'.KI 1.1 HON ttxJK StOVU t. mu I,
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PEARL or EOCENE
a Im ll tt in' m,
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Uf il in
S N Ik' SV.ISl.O
HOW AH INDIANA GIRL
Got Strong and Well Again at
Miss Alut Abel, of West lladon, Ind.,
tays: "I was n complete wreck, al
ways tired, wornout and nervous. I
had to spend about one-third of my
time In bed aitd my life waa not worth
living. Vtnol, your delicious cod liver
and Iron tonic, was recommended, and
It 1ms done mo more good than nil the
medicine I ever took In my life. That
nervous and tired feeling Is all gone.
1 have gained In health, llrwh and
strength, untll I feel like another per
fon." Vino! la the most efficient strength
creator for such womon. It Is tho
medicinal elements of tho cods' llvora
contained In Vlnol, aided by tho blood
making and strengthening proiwrtlen
of tonic Iron, which makes It so far
superior to nil other tonics to build
up health and atrongth for weak,
tired, nlllng women. It contains no
oil and has a delicious taste.
Wo give back your money If Vlnol
cs not do nil that wo claim.
Chns.ri..ClougJ), Co. Druggists,
60 Gold Hond 1 railing Stumps given
with', every cash subscription to the
F. C. FELDSCHA
Cement Sidewalks and
Concrete Construction Worl
Enquire at Ramsey Hotel
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