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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1913)
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Tillamook, Onm;oN, Ocroiutit 31, 1013.
BUTTER AND CHEESE MAKERS AND DAIRYMEN'S CONVENTION
MEETINGS ARE WELL ATTENDED.
It is the iiitu of this Imnk to give
the herd ImnluiiK .service possible
ami vc do it.
1 1 in also our aim to have the
very best equipment jaich as
Modern l?ire -Proof Hanking
Room, Kite IVotjf Vault,, Jtnr
jIar Proof Safe. Modern Safe
Ueportk HoXeH ami we ha ve
FIRST NATIONAL BANK?
n V ?
JOHN LKLANl) I1KNUHRSON
Attorney 1 Law -td Notary Public
aWL a both act
t AMSTKACTS-: 'KHAI HSTATI5
SfRVIiYlNO : INSPKANCI-
If REMEDIES w
FOR SAI-i: HY
Tillamook Clay Works
KREBS BROS., Props.
Fifty Guests From Outside Points in Attendance, as Weil as Good Delegations
From All Parts of the County. Banquet at Hotel Tillamook is a
Brilliant Affair. Chas. Kunze is Made President of Dairymen.
Inlfrndlng our ntJitc convention ntfiiir unit inll to the outside appear- ncss men who by their taxes supported
I if aT. . ... t. . . f . . . I ..t . l. .. I At... ...l.l.. . - n J .
i itiuiuiy io kcc we lac i mini-fi mr m wic iiiciury nir mc muiuc the institution, t'roi. it. K. oraves
tllKl1 IIP t.lihti'.i liv liutlirtii,ib.ri. 4ill1 Mrui'if 4 lif 111, fiirfurl'. 14 wll!)t in . .. . .
. y.. .., ,. .. , .. oi the u. A. i.. wno nau just arnvea
turner . the nlt heir. There nrcbetwcn J iifl nudged by the ntningcr as lie pannes . ... ' " , ' ... .,
I. llol. i"O V":inciIcn In tlic state und we by. Hriish nil of your work each niiamoo, was asKoo to visit me
Wlllll' OHO H riliricw III Ollllvi. iuic i uii; in u-i inn wbj iiitih J'1 (.wittciniuii nm c ooiu wtuw
I mmrr nun noiriy iih nun ii mm v.iii, nun nim" me uoneee is tcacninz me maKinR oi
iiiitriitiM n wim aiiiiivn ! n nti.iiv tuir iti I'rmvii vnu. mil rniiirr crown, voiir
' Turtday'i Setiion
Tiiriiiy iiiofiiliii' wtiN
III She ilIiMilnn of two
(IrH, on "Oiuility." by I
ucrdfii, liun iluii City- He
tlllvv t (tltrffit tltv
lirlfii.lm liilli.r trfiiii i Of fMiirun fiklltlltt I wurk
... . . ' i. .' - .... ... .i.t -n i.. i ... i. o!
We tiriri our t ieiiiii-ry iiiiout ri'n nmu n i ...... ..
it n-iir ni with II p-troiiK HitO ; ex.etic briittrlntr bi: lim- ot In my cm nent rtiuct Irooi the Ort
lmv iiIhiiiI Ml at the itifieiit lime. "lite tiliiclllner wlin uic on rneeie nnn miner mimer.
Thr thioK tli .t I obxeiveil when I eiiery "! u't iittcncl.
Itrpt beuuti tn irclve cffiioi, win. I He Mutation i thh, why ilo the
.i... ... ... in.. ..(..i... ..... . ()rV'',.fi Imlli-riiiiikiTH not attend
.i V. . . . . II intry.iiii'Htiiriinu mill Hvlilhd tl1l.tr
lllll V II I ! " l.l.ll .wa - '
iMitler? Hun'cnii we mtike the con
vcTilioiiH inofc education')) imtl en
joviilile'c ). frel thnt It In our duly to work
I......I I.. I......I -i. .Ii.il lln .imiriiii
Ik. Illlllll III II1IUII nil llllii linn imhiiim ,
tlllf I'll. lit'' In IllM) rnlll.et: by nuun in HiMici hum inmcia mi.
niuini: i ii-ntu bed rr t:u,roiiL'hly tuitirc tiiiui ti iibk ui me piimi
- U-. led. o' b the orfoi u;itiniti.i l n..r , ...w..ti...,i...1 ' -i.i I.... I I
' nleiii-ii. Al.it ulru by brio (..it in t - ' ,' Thn.fim,nU...tnnnmulwlthan
l.l, uhrlr ll .iliiliirlin I ill 1 1 IHIlirM. II J. VI I" A:il IIIIW .IVIU- in.
.in lim. Hi.iliir. uivm or liinintH. cxti'lleitt iiiiinncr in which lie con-' address Ly G. M. Da.Tibert, of the U.
Aoolbci b.id thn'tf (MiilUln wit!) Uluctt-t! hi creamery
h.imlH w t lioiii milk or not ctrtiti-! , :t
I, ..!... ..ililr liflofi. niUklilL-. Im'Hi'J "c-
Ibin wuy thotiMiiiiU c( bm tciui net j
. -i ...I ...ill,
iiL-r of -mill' It wiiii old nml ntnle
C.0ed b" lecdiuij the different
vmlellC" o( fenl, i-U n ki-lc, eiib
biiKfi (Kitolorn. i I ' n r. 1 11 r II i lrt etc..
ill Ihr lillio.M'er tlilie. 1 hrre nhoilM
only be .t-d titiiiirdlie; niter milk
butter to its Duoils It believes in
..uri fUnn makine the hizhest trrade only. For
that reason It requires only the oest or
firnnm unit tn ftp! 5t tin nfTdrivf ?Ac.
A diwiiHHion followed the mid- The school makes only a limited -
Intr of both of tbcHe piierti. I'real- mount of butter and sells it only to
dent TowiiHend taking exception those connected with or near the eol-
to tixing the Oregon brand on poorly lege. Further conference between
ninttiifiictiired kchkI. Mr. Zfeuier collefce authorities and the manaKe-
. mil the milk mid neither milk or
'cK'tiio will hiive it kecjiiiitf itiulit.
Ml ll.r. .ivil IlliVr- tn tn' .1 VlTllllIll
' ticfure w cotih) ousku n tsool
il ..f butler. Ibi oi ci.iiiKi'. tuoK
ii uient drill oi time until 1 iot
' I)epiity Dairy
t fiiiiHloiicr l- J
iinrt b'ooi Com
. - - . I.'.. .1. .. ..unHrt.
i wuil ii piur uii i-n,ui j .iipi'ww-
toc lion." which win ! ioUowi :
... . i ... i...i. i
ii in i ii miit. hi .iii.-i i . - . ,
Mr. Chiiirinnu nd Orntleiiien of
the Convention'. At tiie, present
tune there Ik in every line of buxi.
bttmriM to rCl
' own Illti'lVnl.
I'.vety run of cienin in cvimii ue
ni i in. 4 irmiii'i v in the incKfticc ui
1.. . ...... I. .. ll.ln.1. (Hit
....... hi. .. I.. ...i fiirlnir alTii'llllliml. f.r lllillllltr. II
! i ll. iiiir'i-iifciiiiiiiK-i,ii i' I., .i l i i .1....
m.iir Willi nioii. l l ine fill lliectdi i iillfinici, u very iniiinvii nmcmj
111 tn biid cuiiiiitiiiii. hr ik imitol i lowfnln iiiiprovciueiit 'ew yrari
uicstbitM Mini i mtructed in iim there wm. Ichh etiori in mi
I .dnio nttii-il- etc. Tlmy rhonld I Once in n while n ninn hiippi-iin
be too ullublV WIO.IU-11 HIKl tKMIiieil ,Oll mjllie Iimnw. l-uil-m ..in... ..v.
'm.d nit rd out daily, lie idiould ive to the worhl (ind we were yliid
nierii.ilk hi wumicn mil Al Mo receive it. but we lid not iniike a
u ivn tn- mire loile.in the cow's ml- bii-iue- of lookmir for improve
lir before iiii'r.ini;. Ii inoUrd mentu we do now. At the pre
Muiiidn re iicc.--m.ry for milking will time there lire n ii.iii.ber o
. nbonl.l one u Ml! vrhiu-. men o.op.oyed bv the Mate ami b)
i nr..n.i 1 iirivni.- In iiim All lookiiiLT to nee
ment of the protesting creamery was
The banquet at the Hotel Tillamook,
was a brilliant affair and reflected
much to the credit of that splendid
hostelrj'' The dining room was beaulf-
.i . . j:.. .,. I .... fully decorated and seven courses
Kim uvimrfciuciii. una muiii w iiiw.v - ...
dairyintr all oi-er the country. wcre erved 10 110 V0?1 w,thout a
At this meeting President Townsend hitch,
appointed a publicity coramistce which Jenk,ns orchestra furnished the ma-
was componed 'is follows: AUdison 'or the occasion and the musiea
Hennett Portland; Carl Abrahams, projfram was augmented by two vocal
Salem: R C. Kakcr. Tillamook-. Im1m: onc b M ol prt;
tiana ami me oiner uy nmumjr vjctjui
, of this city, both of which were 'well
dlil not nee how they could help it
tor butter which wan made to-day
, miuht be fn ood condition, but by
ACCIYIIK II ii icn I. .wiu.4 w-
1 1 v 1 1 v. . . i . ....... j . .... - - - - -1 - -
which wan S. Dairy Division', who explained what
Yield Qutes Some Ioterest.
Adam Schinelzcr read a paper on
"Butter Fathd Chcese-MeW,J'-whleb
created conaiderable discussion, and it
was shown that the yield of cheese
.-.At--cooeluwon oMrxj' banquet' F. -C.
Baker, president of the Commercial
Club actinR as toastmaster, brought
in Tillamook County whs trreater than ' forth the cheese which had taken first
be line a IniiUliiUl Willi a Cement
1 lli oi when- he could have room lor
Iiih -epiitiitor and uliio n tank for
voter tor coolinc the cicaoi. 'I ho
nlwuilll lllllllflll'il Willi ll piiivi
where cat Ii line of bunlnoH can be
improved and how thin can bent
be done Toe nearch for improve.
iwnfM in 1ll-l-Oll.illLr 1. btlnilieSn I)
lini-ir. nml that in a tllinir that I
nluuim '- i onovi ii 'i iv mi ii pin. i iimm - - , . . ,
I Zl ..UIH..IC. ..ll the. water that want to brine Jo he --..Uon of
IIUIIUL;!! UIC uic I'm-cni' nun inv ' V
lnn.ll tank mi I thun keep tht-cream It id .not only your buninesn to make
have now a limited snpplv of hriek and drain
ready lor the market at the following prices.
BRICK - - l 0.00 PER THOUSAND
3--IN. DRAIN TILE, l 6.00? THOUSAND
4.N.lbRWmr?"20.00 PER THOUSAND
l.oeate.1 (5 miles south of Tillamook on main
lead it in The Herald
cool I tell the farmcM wtio rent
or thoxe who me not financially
able to do tlii. to ion- u wauli tub
fn a (dimly idace and chuiiKo the
vM.Itt nevcrtii tiiucH daily. Ily do
fim' thin, the pntronr mc keepmu:
tl cir tieaiii fairly nwrct and deliver
ii two and tluee time a week in
the t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e i- -ind twice i)i the win
''our ci'inpelition han no rctdil-ti n
on tlu nine ol briouiou in thecrcam
oi Itn iiuality. 'I he taiiiieiH uio
keep the iie.nn until the can m full,
ii it i.iVi.'m lino two wevkt Can
uood butler be made lioni hucIi iic
lliai - Th'm I call unfair conipch!
lion, lbit how can i. be improve. :
M view ol thin ih, a icactioii inuat
..... ..I ill 111-llllllM v in lint bc
iniii i.iii-i -
i-ondi.ed to itn own tciruoiy bcfoie
llu- Orojion rtale tita iii in mmi
H i.rent-nt iiuality. 1 hope to nee the
tune wl.eit all crcainciiert and ta
lioiix wili icjeit ad bad cicam the
niui'f oh heie in Tillamook and that
o i.ther cicaiueiy w II acct'pv what
i,ih been reltincil The ,WH are
tented lor b' ttcilnt no that iliofaim
e.H can wceil out the poor ones or
boatd.Mr. .Skiiiuiied milk t iihu
tented mi that they can Ktimd
auaiiirtt the .'opt of biitlcrfal in the
nilllli. . i ...... ...
The patroiiH me iiiho iukvu iuh m
Hkiiu Ichh tliau ;m i.er cent cicaui.
. i m, Ik im valuahlc
on the fani) and Will nlno injure the
kcepliiir tpiniay oi inn cie..ui.
The biiniH Hhould be ho con-
tin ( iilmitv of windows
rthould tic placcil in wuch poHitioiin
thill t ic rlllt can ivawiij ... v"
becme HUiilluht Ih one of the bes
aucneic. for killinu" bticterm that
W While 'wiiHliintr of the .biirua Ih
iiIho rccoiumeiitlcd, hh Hihc can be
l ouht very cheaply n.d Ih oho of
tlii- bent purines that we can ou
U- iiirttructiouH are iiriinlly ro-
. V .1 ...in. l..l..r..l mill illllll'OVO.
' mo , the' (Inert
dVon. Ved. When ever wo hay
crei nory meeting or when I have
' .. ...r ... ...it .Vi.iiiiiw in the on-
the oreiiui irom mo "" ,v
,,,t' . u iimi iimv wl l realino
how ttpt rliint It I for them to co
o en te with the biittcrinnker.
El crciiut In the fovtudittlou for
t'H.h " t nlno Hhow
tho patronn that we keep thecrertiii
25 !,"!.. clean in W WCt
ilipioveiiu-lltn. now i-mi yiiu
your fu-tory better and your
better next year, than it in
"J Tl. ...... .r.i iiiiiiiv riiirilM
and to do
your daily dutici well, but it in
nlno your btiniucsM to be lookioc
for Iniiuoveiiu-iitn. How can you
thin vear? There are iiiiiiiv nmiin
that condition are Improving to
tin; ilairy businenn.
It im only a little more than twenty
u.m jiii the liabcocU tertt wa.i
invi-iiii-it. About live vriirs later
the Mainchall icnnct lest uime out
About the time the Habcock tent
wan triven to the world, the Mannn
ii-iil wm lii-Ml ilencribed by Or
M 'I'll. wii l.VOMlH Mil... (I Otll
I'llllllin i n.'p.
like oreat iandinarkn in the cheese
world they were great ami a-
iiniiiii iii-oi.i.i1ih iineiitn. note
worthv deeds far above the orili
iiury evontn of the day in mi-
1 tit., i ii... ...... lit, intl -liifrt. unit
41 r, lltltu ill I vw ...-iiiw.. ........ -
iiiu wi.niiT oiiii. ciimbioed
ll!inh.l Hi" - " - - ' .
paMuri.er and cooler which all odd
to the eliicicucy of our work.
Our lactones siioum ur nnn
......mrii x.-i . i L-iin turn around
when we have to clean the coruern.
Have plenty .if hk'ht lor it m iim
that we want the morn the eanier
1. ... ... L ...... Kin-ill Till' flll'tOl'V
I. l.l I" VI . iv --I "
nhould be painted outside and in
side, toe uooin aim nu'.
nhould be well ncieened no an to
keep the tliea out. for every living
Ily in ii criuie against nociety.
Consider for youtnelf the number
or times you have neeu llien feeding
.... ......I...., nn Mrhnire. on IlltllV
.III niiuiuiHi "7 . - I
excreta. They dunce and prance in J
oiircrenineries and cheese f'.ictoitt-s.M
and hold high carnival at our iuii.
ner table. They scrape their feet,
nib their wings mid drop their
HpeckH on our sweet meats, yet we
tat them. Do you like It,
In Denver durum: the fall of UR,
IHty six cunes and sis deuths troju
typhoid fever fesnlted from, milk
from a milk man, whose inflk wim
found contaminated with lllea that
had fed on typhoid excreta from an
The drainage of our factories fa
also very important and should be
looked alter to insure the fuctory,
good druinnge nt all times.
The whey tawk is directly respon
sible for n great many of our gases
und whey llavor In our cheese, and
should tie washed every day
Keep -verything about the factory
CriipillUUB., VIVI...I i a
allly must ndt.lc overlooked. Hoy?,
a nice lawn, plunt trees und Howent,
uh thU will help to Ret June Ire
in Wisconsin, as the cheese makers did
n- t have to abuse the milk as much
here as in the east. Reference was
made to the Wisconsin cheese being
put up much drier than Tillamook
cheese, which some of the makers con
tended was the cause of the Rreater
yield for Tillamook County.
Carl Haberlach read an interesting
paper on "Dairy Development tn mia-
mook County," which we will publish
A. H. Ia-ii followed with an address.
He comnlimented Tillamook . County
cheese makers for the excellent quality
of cheese they were manufacturing,
prize that day and announced the mak
er of the same, Adam Schmeltzer. The
announcement was received with ap
plause, and .Mike Abplanalp, one of
the directors of the Red Clover factory,
the factory in which the cheete was
made, was called forth to the honor of
cutting the same for distribution.
After the distribution of the cheese,
President Townsend of the Butter and
Cheese makers made a few remarks
which were followed by a statement
by Secretary Kent, giving the scoring
of the butter and cheese which had
been entered in the prize winning con
test of the day. He said that the
cheese entries from Tillamook County
h,i l rn-nrml nhnvc 90. which Shoiveu a
OI CHL-LTIU U1UJ Willi iiiaui4v..Miii.f,, tIU 9CUICU auuiv mnt.11 onw'.v-
and stated that dairymen in this county uniformity in make which meant that
were receiving more for tnetr product 1 0ur cheese makers were progressive
than those of any other section. He f und all doing their best. The uniform
further stated that Tillamook cheese it of the scoring also spoke well for
had a wide reputation all over the J the quality of Tillamook cheese,
coast country, with a good demand for The result of the scoring is as fol-
it. Mr. Len expressed himself as be
ing somewhat concerned about the new
tariff law and gave a number of in-1 ... Portiand. 96: J. C
. lows :
a nces where butter and cheese was
being shipped in from Canada and
other countries, some of which had
been shipped to this country and placed
in bond before the tarilf bill was signed.
He did not know what effect the for
eign product would have on the price
of ourM buttur and cheese, but as it
came in competition with the home
product, he advised that tho grade of
our product bo kept up and improved
so that foreign competition can be
more eusilv met.
Two lottery were., read by Secre
tary Kent, tho tirst asking for some
creamery man to cousider the estab
lishment of a new creamery at Silver
Lake. Tho second was from the Cor
vallis creamery nt Corvallis, and
protested vigorously against the action
of tho Dairy Section of the Oregon
Agricultural College, churgingit with
purchasing cream 'ut a premiu 'whjch
no commercial creamery could pay and
directly conipoting withthe very bust-
W. Rasmussen, Sunset
Portland Pure Milk-Company 95: Her
bert Russell, Capital-City' creamery,
Salem, 94: Hygela' Farms company,
Portland, 93; Ashland Creamery com
pany, 921; N. Werth, Eugene, 92;
Junction City creamery, 92; Union
Meat company, Portland, 91; Merrill
Creamery company, 90.
J. M. Dickinson, president of the
Dairymens' Association, va. called on
for an address. The gist of Mr. Dick
inson's remarks .was a plea for unity
between the Butter and Cheese Makers
iimi Dairvmens' Associations. It seoma
that there was a disposition on the part
of some of the Butter and Cheese
makers to hold their convention at La
Grande instead of at Tillamook this
year. This the Dairymen objected to
vigorously, because of the fact that
the interests of both organizations are.
ao 61qaely allied,.The., butter' and
(Continued on Page 4.)
Scoriag of Entries U Ckeeie Ceateit.
vvnru Flavor. Texture. Color
a .1 Knhmultzer. Red Clover 431
Hugh Barber Mohler- , 43i
Clarence Nelson... Pleasant Valley.- 43
A. Tinner Falrview , 42
Guy Ford i Maple Leaf ........ 43
A. Chrlstensen .... Tillamook 42
H. W. Thomas Clover Leaf,- 42
N. N. Kirby Cold Springs-,.... 42
G. LiSBurgo Long Prairie ......
Guy Bunn Central -.; : 41
A. Sclilappl South Prairie 42
J., P. Mattoon Neakowln 41
.i PERFECT SCORE
I was very iuhku ii"
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