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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1913)
BUTTER AND CHEESE MAKERS
AND DAIRYMEN'S CONVENTION
(Continued frvra First Vav.)
Chor nmkers anally doehlcd to come
to Tillamrak this rr hut agreed to
have another nweting at l.n Oramle in
nloul six weeks.
lYof. H. T. French of Corvnlll was
the next speaker. He expressed much
satisfaction because of pmt achieve
ment which Oregon had sustained in
the dairy industry, and groat hopes for
the future. He eave it as hi opinion
that the price of .latry, product wouhl
steadily rise regardless of any Increase
in production, bceau of our rapidly
increasing popular:. He made men
tion of the fact thl 170.t) ticket to
the Pacific CoU vxere beinj: bought
ty Kureopeans on the instMll-ttcnt plan,
a nd that these people of Bit rope woukl
he settling on our si r a soon a the
Panama Canal was completed.
Mr. French wa fallowed by Mr. Goo.
Week, one of the oldest members of
the Dairymen' Association, I'rof.
Heckwith of Corvalis, Mr. l.en of
Portland and Mr. Lambert of the U. S
At th conclusion C. R. Worrall.
manager of the iiotel Tillamook. In a
few appropriate remarks, thanked, on
behalf of the hotel company, all those,
who had agisted in msk;nti th ban.
uuet a success.
A fiaihlight was taven of the ban
queter, by photographer Dshhtren,
while the bangtat was in progress.
Exprcjjion of Thanks.
The fullow-ii re-olittiotn were
nd.ptel : -
That we evprer"? our thank to the
people of rllHii:oiic, to the Tillu
nuk Commercial Club, tor their
i-it-oMratoii unci the use of their
splendid fl it tvoin-, uud e(e-i ly
to C'la-t K-ui.e. K. C. Maker .-tid
Fred Chti-it-tiTii fur their untinrnr
effort, which were o eential to
the ucce,f of tin- mectiris:
That we remler .ill assistance
IHtSMtle to the National Cremnrry
Hotter t.;ker' Association ; that
we el-ct one delegate for each
twenty five mem'-er iniruod -turn!
i-itr to attend t! e net ?esion of
the n ittonal mee-tin:; to represent
our a sLvuiiion. and report at the
followinir meeting ot this neMVia
th"i. Tliit we extend to ("hte! Rawl. of
the lair Dep: . Vahiiistou. I) C.
our thank. far wendintr u CJ M.
Lambert, u ho :-o efficiently -cored
our butter a id ask that he t -cut
to l.a Oranje -n December iu '
,-i-t us at that time
That we i-t. reciate the work of
Mr. 1 ttn rr.e.l.'i for services ren
derexl t i ---or tiir the cheese.
To tt,.- Tul.itti.-i.k Iiotel 'l. for
theirf ir'ei.u t ejtmeTt. who have
iriveji .i'- rve.y .ittcnt::i.
To lili.un Sie'.ihen- attd hp
Sii. i.it- .or trie ii"e tt tneir LtnUl
iii2T ftjr di.-p!ay of our dairy pro-dllt'tr-.
Tbe r.r-t peaisers of the evening
were Prt-s.Jvit T. S. Townserd, of the
Oregon Butter ar.j Cheese Ma1: en Ai
siciation, a.nd Prvsulent J. M. DickiKin,
of the Orejjon Dairvmens' Association,
followed by ibort i.!ks by a numocr of
Wednesday morninif the visitors were
taken i.i autos to see some of the
cheese factories and dairy farms.
At 1 -J30 p. in. the convention was
called to order formally. Fred C. Bak
er, president of the Tillamook Com
mercial Club, gave a short address of
welcome, the keynote of which was
Club Welcomes Dairymen.
Mr Maker siitd : i)
It iirforls me reat pleupiire in
he.ali )! the Tillinook Cominer
ii.il C'luh nnl tf:- -itizeiH to extend
) o;; a moft hearty welcome to
ij-ir cry and rov..:ty We ire srlad
to ha .- the Ircm Dairyme 'pi
.n.-poi': .foil meet li?re. for thi-4 -i
the in -l i k-al (l.iirjmi; coutits in
(Jrrii'jn li.ii i- the Checne nf
the .Nort.iwent. at d your iiiti rirt
are in "ii.n m with our n.te --eht-..
I mi alii'i to the inte.ct
that i i l-'-n in yjiir ateoriati it,
w.'irh J l.o.e will rov to larger
proi i,r.m .-t anJ Lccome aa un
pen, nt .a tor in fo.'terinir the dairy
indiMiry in the rt.ite. Your asrjcvi
iltiori f !i-nt'd he o'ie of the lari;?t
aud iii' lit i iicri't r hodieri in Ore
U'nn and 1 h'-pe it will trow to tuat
extent 1 here if a woeful luck' ut
ro-op-'i.'i , anions -t dairy met und
I wa it to jiiij. rcr tftirj upon our
.o- iap'in that thi- irj one of th
firi-t o':d moHt iinportiint thhitfrf
that voti 'iiould ami to hrin about
(iet together and pull t ;i;etier
rthoiild he the loyan of your art
hociation. You have all heard of
the faiiiou 'I illiiii!ook chee.-e, and
I want to hay to vou that it wan Ly
co-operation that thiri was obtained.
You have an Object lesion iu what
co opei at ion .iijcl wirkiiiff together
hae doiit for ih Jairy mdubtry of
Tillaincok couuty. I'ut the amc
rystcuifu your Htate orani.ution
and then MiitTiri will attend Urt
elfort,. I have watched the cheene
indurdry of thin county from itw
inception. Seen the ntrifc caui-ed
by pulling apart and now the
HpleiKhil rcHiiltH by pulling to
gether I want to nay r''ht here
that I have only feeti one ciop
failure iu Tillamook avid that w,m
at'a time when furtrien were at
lotrvr headrt ami they xveie under
Helliwr one another They would
ahip their cheese to inn- utruiiKu
buver who iniht come iTlou;- and
then j,et it where the chicken yot
the ax. It wau a bud crop failure
to Borne dairymen. 1 wiah to i(tt
prcBH tlif altso upon your iiiukIh
hat Hiiicc the dairy uakOcisitiouH
cooperated, we Juive not had any
more of thorte crop failurcH. I want
TrT.n tnnnuir hot,,and. l7oT Cllw will furnUh an ex.t ,ho V,'
of Idle land.- into i.roducttvc rii.tim will devote hl time to the work In the t 'J,,". K J '
And in ixiniin hiiUUnir you vxeUnune rto)(, divine. lnt and In-'' '
toourcitv I only oxmo.n (he nti- WMly, and l.rlnw Into eon-1 Wheten-. we tculUe the in...t
!YLrA,rv;,, i jun ..e .ricH.j..:;Ki ';;""" ,,,,,,,r'
hdiitr ctMid teaulta to the dairy in- depiittmont of the United State ami "'J V ' VM, , valise tht then' !
the imhvu Ui farmer. Same work n i,.,i .. nHt. In t etH'U' 'o.a .
been cufiencinl in this atulo nlrvad 1 i-tim a-cattle on nel?hlH.ituK L
He UfKtMl TilhunHik county to adnpt it.
as one of the Hunt sutlnfm'tiirv ami I
suceossful branehtM of the atudy of
P:vf. r. 0. Iteokwlth, also of tlw
J. M. Dickson, prosldont of the
elation r!Kmled cnicefuHy, and fol
lowed with In annual nildrvaa. It w
a lonpthy "il learncil discourse. Tho
report of the secretary treasurer fol
low ext. rhe treasury contained a bal
ance of $117.00. The free labor de- agricultural csdlorfe. then mado
iwrtment of the itseviitun was discon- iliustiat.Hl talk on "Clean Milk."
timi.xl in DtH. Some dieuslou was u.,-i Inntern sliihtt. showliu: the actual h, i jht'oi" h uiaVlni;
,i.,m.J i. l....niiiL f tho dutv on .-niwIliliiMi .UiiiiL- ti v.irimn narta of i lot Miletx'ullu
butter and the probntde effect this tho country. Many of the plctur. , (l'nvp Si-a-lon l I"! 1
wouhl nave on me imimr nn were winch wmim me iiim ii'w itm
this country. T. Townsoial stitfi;vst- m i the state. He then explained. Whetra-. the L ' "
i that keeping the rio down for the dangers of tilth and some of the )irtflUiiulon and ttmr t
the ensuing veur miitht dscourai;e ways to prevent It. Keeplni; cows md Lv,tj,y iul IohI cilleU! mi l i net
heavy shipments ol interior iraucr
tron Autraiia. from the vielnity of b.rna.
. I x . 11 . ..1 t. . . . l. . 4. ,.
p.en.y o k,h am. in n.nr ui V u, oiwpail'itr. the
use of whitewash ami the adoption ',. ,,,j U.ler In l
milk (HiiN with small openings were
amuiur his reeanuuondations.
..... lulu. tit. I. null
Wheiea-. c now hove a iirnM ex
eetlent low wheielij it tmo 1 v e -V
cated trxMH nil the lionl '-v I"
per eooporntlun ulnH nltle lo netx
thendore . ... ...
llr it hV'rd tlmt r ea. h i
dutlunlly do all In out po;M
the ciHiiHimttOH of ail U
. ....i ii .i.
tofllni: iin.hr Hu
Ijiw i.-i'l at
I I a
. C. Kunte ElcctcJ Present.
Klection of officers for the eusuinc
year followed, everv ofHcer tK'in chtvt
en by acclamation, as follows:
President. Charles Kunte of Tilla
mook ; first viee-preswienl. til Cary of
Carlton: second vice president. W. K.
Taylor, of Oorvallls, secretary -troas-urr,
I'rof. K. Cravoi, Corvalhs.
An excellent paper on 'Improving
the Uairy Hens," by I'rof. 0 raves
;iven elope attention. nd a disetMston
on the advisability of establishing a
Bull association in Tillutnook county,
occupied some time most profitably.
No definite action was taken however.
stahlns clean, removliur manure ptlea 1 uetu- wvfken the aiisr ol
nduiiltinit mi;. "
..I iiifrtfon Htiti .-nit i, i .
i i tin i m
i floruit iiHU leoier l" mr
the latter, an rertsU yoil-ik! man
ill the i lime 'ie. aud
Y!iti, tli4 tiirv pitrtrl I
the atale have uMed ni. -lonr.l ir
I..--.n titmir item or. Itttr "H
Or. JauuM Withycomltti oponcd the; jtr p ,Vntdved. Hint while the
ThursdV with a j mem' ri ol th- tirj, mi lam man
AaK'tiiiii tow ii itiniiMc i
r,. I ItM t ll t ,,- Mill U r It, 'llC
declar d that to have better cows a i uVrt.U feel ihelo.-f.it
number of things should be d out. t-irst !,(,r Asfia'tmi n h.. NMotuined . the
tate at lame Iinmp the ViH nil
exiwrience frui outiiutie
i . . I . . M,f tt.i.H tell, 1(1
thennore. their use. where cowv '" ,,u ,CMllt,lv ,,. t. wealth and!
kept over nu;ht in the barm takes i .,r,M,,.rtty id toe I'ai itu- ,N iitnveni,
10 ixir cent of the prwluetion. an wel ax the revmr ci cr
unoiii tiieic wa
Better Cowt AiIvocjIcJ.
stiirinij apKin) for "Itetter Cows.'
M"K BBBM,(BBVUaSB mrm ll'o.uir.. nv. 1
H :v 'ittHaKBBrMHI fo.;u tlntiooi. k
"OlrmpW l'i.k. I uw
Jiiot ih imtlt-i rnl,
I I, IIHMt lltlill
t" nulllr4 p- fi
Idp, MiiKiUtly lui(wi(4
m it Co. r.-"-
of all. the rli;iil stanchions should be
taken out. Thoy were cruel and fur
away to twr cent
ti.. au .u,i .iil L,.,n ,i. '.1- i 'of m vounif man t
Mr. Wells, cheuust for the state diry rKe careful ration balanced for " ' '"'"
and feed office in I'ortland, ile'ivered a individual animal. He cotnpltmMilisI the J tewdvetl I'ur'.het. that this n
coeii talk on the work of the office. men of the county on the wonderful - nation extnl to the rrpe tiv e
D n. , land naturw hua Kiven them, t here is j Lum'ies l th dfccel their
Papers Uucusjcd. ... . , i , , ., t1 tir.irtelt aymimthv in tint -ie;it
1 nolhins- in the workl efjui.i to it. lien- ! ' ' i ..,,,,.. t
Thursday mormn s session opened Rulrk remarkable dairy land, and yet , 1,, he e.iKM.-.ed i..
at 10 o'ckeK with a moat useful and natural condition here are far super-1 ,,r (k ord mitt a copy ' " t
Oenmark. Wisconsin has a J the lam lies ct the Ueceau.
onteruiininic adttress on "Teetins ami
Testing Asociatnns" by M. S. Shroek.
Deputy Food and Dairy Inspector of
tbe Slate. Mr. Shrock's addrees was
plain practical and helpful. He spoke
briefly on the origin of the wort of
testing in Kurope, and then to illus
trate, called attention to the results
achieved by a rttrymn in Sweden.
This owner started testing in a herd
ofiOcws. Aftertestins.be ruthless
ly cut down but herd to 2S animals, as
the tests revealed the other -12 eow
were not valuable milk prudiirers.
Then followed a series of year in which
he steadily eliminated tbe animate
which did not show up to the lu.tdard
be bad set. a-xl added to t le herd by
purchase at.d breeding. A' the emi of
tbe sixth year he hnil n herd of 71
drf-.ry cows, but the results, measured
in bolter fat, showed an irwrente of
HI pounds per cow.
reputation for producing wonderful
dairy animal. Yet fillauwok cutty
surpass in every way any purl of
Wisconsin mj fur as natural ntlvantAXes
are concerned. Nature
part ; now it is up to the men to
WHerfNtt th artouat ilair mn
imvrnila hi for lie 'Mnel aim it.
ilisaenlf'inlfvU ol up to date an )'
titotlertl Idens of tmenaive ui'ol
has done herlture with the dairy cow the
a .-v rncrt.'ir. unit
INi'e bret cattle is a cry- tM Vti it imiH.nan e uir
ing need. To be sure, it eusU some-1 lf1H.r itevcUmineot nl our itrent
thins to eetablish oure hrwl herds in . ut. nntt
the nlace of thuae note on hand. It hrr aa, the wor altemlaiue
m)ht be weli to do it Krudually, but it
cent, highly colored rich milk. The
Jersey has her place m an itnvjuiille-i
ptvdueer of butter fat. To build up
t these breeds adit prove a money msk-
Mr. Shroek then took up the herds jni; proposition six! there is no reason
of I UliimooK Louoty. wnero a tes.tn , under the sun why Tillamook oountr
Imi AWkt l tM muni im! 1 I ..I 1 . . t k . I -I
he-" merit tics is largely Itte to
tianaiM'rtullon enoen-K it the
shouk) be done. He ud vised -hat each ! sihmiaI tr.itle and uncertainties
community breed some particular dairy loer rates, th refore
antmsl and suit breed to environment. ' Me it reiMiasl. l-t we reivt
Kor example. ,n tn. hlPs. the Ayrshire i -Vw1! Vi-TTJT!
u the bitst w. In some other sections, an i one-thrd tare t.r tu ntuotl
the Halstem Is wtthont etpi l. For eit'trp i all fiiturj aritiiial ioiive
uo the Guurneey prvdoees n iniKnirt-: reaardlet of Hie iiu.iiher of
t mrtnofrr- iu -i i. i it, mwi
te it furtlter remilxed. th.it the
Cement : Coal
Lime : Brie
I , A M tt-S( ; II R A ! ) i R ( X ) M PAN
Onckt and W.trchotnc l:ront St. between 2d and 3d Ave. Vl
pre -Mr nl oi nil m
-nit a i 01111111 tee tit to to wait on
the 'rne-al pae njer anriit n I Ii 1
vuiio'.if ratlwiij H f the Nor,h're',
und ir ;e them to r.iiit u ttim rr
Wricreio., we utnt henrtily apprr
ciate the vriy cortlinl ircPitlon and
".ph-nilnl entertiiiiuiieiit we Have rr
association exuttn. He compliuiontwi ' jhoulil not some dnv be known as the
the members highly but proceeded to j)fuimer dairying country in the world,
.bow bow the work shouk) progress. atu the place to como when somebody
Testinif cou 51 per cow. if each wants U) build np herds. I'ure broil teeived from the i ltiseii- of l illa.
owner would eii ninate the five lowest J cattle was his watchword. He rtUo .'k l lty 11ml l.oiint, and rHS
iMiin'i .-nix-i fthi fivi vnrMitm' a ..p,,a.I i -nl.. iu. - , i. .. i,...l. ... i tally ir
highly as the rest of the herd, he woulu me farm movem.nt.
He did tot favur
add from ?! to W net er ;w for the farmers (rejvini; to town. HuiM bettwr
entire herd h1"-1"1- If ho could add five j homes awl better barns, tfwt better
85 good as his best five, the profits ( cnttle arvd give the boys a chnnee. (Jive
would be proportionally higher. thuin a share in the profit ami lot
Testinc is tiie only scientific ami , them see the best cows which can bo
businesslike method of corductitiK a j bred building up their farms.
dair herd today. Hu uikmJ an extun-i tl Cary of Carlton followed with nn
sion of the work.
An excellent Kenoral discussion fol- velopment." Mr. Cnrv told how he had
lowed, In which many took part, ask-! built up his herd by consistent line
in questions anil telling their own e.x- lirueiiintr and careful selection, l.ild of
periences. It was suuk'osted that it -some of the proble.nt which he hail
rniht be well to make all tests public met with ami how he had overcome
hereafter, and ;while all the spoakurs and was overcoming them,
appeared to believe this would be de-' A splomlid discusHion foltowrl the
sirable, it was feared that some morn- two mprs. rfome difference of up'.n
bt?rs might object to the publicity. , ion ar.e regarding the funeral adop-
Following the discussion, Dr. W. If. ' tion of pure bre-1 cattle. Sj:iu b
Lytle, slate veterinarian, read a paper lioved that it wan a risky thin t nt
dealing with "Contagious Abortion." tempt to intro lace pure bred cattle in
Dr. L tie discussed the extent of the dairy herds, and udvised the use of
disease and touched on the ways in 1 grades, building up by the use of a
which the disease could bo transmitted. 1 pure bred sire. Ilx.vover, the msjor-
A tcntati" cure hns been 'diiieovered lty of t.ie speakers were strngly in
by tho Vermont experiment Station favor of pure bred cattle introducing
1- t...i 1: ti .. ..a-...i .i::r ,, ....
in .ueuiyiine oiue, a ruunwi iiiBiiueL-k- mum as rapiuiy us possible, it was
ant. Hiis had been tried out extensive-' not thought advisnblo to dispose of the
ly in experiment stations. It hud been j grades when they wero good, bit to
found to do no harm to cattle and ap-, purchuse a good pure bred heifer or
parently had redurod the disease to n even an old cow for brooding purpose
minimum where used It can be mixed and to steadily introduce the best
with grain or injected, but the best , blood obtainable as fast as Hisdjlc.
method of administering Is in capsule While grades are freipiuntly as goof
form. Dr, Lytle stutod that the drug Individuals ns pure bred animals, th,ir
could be purchased at the wholesale prepotency Is lossjand the general rc-
dniE concerns at s'l.V) a pound. .suits are not ho consistently good
In the discussion which lollowqiJ,
111 the Iiliii io uk t.oitiiiii'i
jciai 1 ni'i. iii.-mhiii j r. x iiasrr.
Clinrlei htinsc. ririi 1 lititeiinii
anil litany others ivnotii we are t-.nt
able to ilrlknalr til the silrmli.l
liauilet terulerr'l. ihe iiutniiiolille
rule ihtoiuh the valley, the niret
lug room provided, iiiul the h.pil
11 till- altiuide nhowu ton aril u.
iihui thin our llrst visit tu filia
nook C 011r.lv
reoive-!, that we exiirexi
tnndiec a they did en. Mr. Wel ami .
Hr, Hhtoen ve sow )'ty reetuttamn
whirh e" well reee.ved. snl then
Mr H"lti. on rnoi. fe-fed tf
paper ilsliveted bj him before (be twt
tr and efcceee mn nerlter n tho
eeek, m nny uf tita Oun wn hm4
Mt hrrU It ft rut wviv n unt -t 1 .
Th i-i ilUtiun of th cw ..fficer
WM g'n ,Mt illlr t'J th 'l'fi..g
prvSHlenl, and lb near prvt4nl Uv'
the cavel and ifumti la icii'd it
t thr best of his ability diio th"
1 Jut. ' lilliv, t thr f.turl
f thr pnt -lent, gxv an W,lfllnt
talk pAtteitye on Urirn sist her
prudaels, wb'rh ws holliljr spphxtfl'
eU Mr. Thomas Withy wtbe jptAn
nntertanty on aspeeU of the eottnlry
in itenersl ami what ihoukl be dwttt to
Dr, Wilhyeorabe on Silos.
Dr, Withyroinbe was then roiueli
to make a few remarks on tbe subject
of tlUs, and he responded. Hr doeUf
ed that the silo hua n crying nctol In
i Hliamook UHinty. He enlDreil Into
thu tuiaeela uf I Km ieiaH nml muli uiinn
It.. II ,.i,1l'i,-I lln.1 IV,. ..M..rM
instructiv.-papar on "Dairy Herd De- i,,. ,.,,-ijre tliii'iikx to tho . mivr ! vcry lM,fl"'l "' Poetical gw
Mill ro lttlirleatl l'.-
He tmn flven 4 i-xtf Kb,
t'omnwrrial t'lu1' 1 -m
ti -it sa'n t-
ll.st hi orrfsmin'
Cite d 'tt .
Cimir Uwtv sll Srf'
lUa'. thj ('. t ,
trot 1 tv c
A" I I ' " t
eam slhi ihi
thP han i if I'i -i It
hea n il-ndi I
tA-l"int J, ft.tv- '
h futtil a' I
1 by hae bfr-i fjll
tMrieneig, ami a v '
all lbe eho ban
Abto a new al Sn'
hip ami mutual hri :
wrui;ht Imtwuvx u.
awl from othr pn
who lay the foutilflt
.!! til! I
1 ' Ids t
; f F))
1 n W-tt til
-. rj f ll
. . 1
1 &f !;
some of the members claimed that thuy
had had dilticultv in getting thu. drug,-
and that tl.ey had been forced to pay
A short recess followed arid than
came the reading of the report of tho
much more for it. Adjournment was coinmitteu on resolutions. Thu follow
had until 1 p. in, .lag resolutions were adopted:
In the overling I'rof. II. T. Pronch. I u',,!r,,,i,H' f Tillamook
t,f fWalhu r;v,. -. h.,r hnr ..xln.im.lu ("nt' 1,i,v,i exi.ibitid at tile re flit
of Corvallis gave a short butextremuly .stiltl. p.lr Uy f.lr Uh; lnrgi-at mid
buccinct talk 011 "Agricultural Bxten-; beet exhibit of dairy prodta la ever
sfon." .lie rapidly traced the growth of iinncii.blud at any pn.-vloiia fair in
tho extension movement, oriidnating '"'r"l-te "' '
with the fanners' instit'ites; then the ..y'muiiii'ug oV" H.o SiVi
desperate condition of the cotton plan-' much more nearly dbiplayeil (he
ters of the South; the sending of proper magnitude of the lairy in
special agents there from the Depart-, ,'"Btr' of t,'e Htl,,,s "' (t 'ver t,i'1
meiU of Agriculture, and the remark-fiilffi S Uiie,,,.
aoie eiieei uieir wora nau ; men inu 1 nera ol tile Uregoil IJalryillan'M Ah
gradual spread of the Idea until today
there is a splendid co-operation of
county, state und federal powers.
In Oregon the lust legislature has
uieutioi'il by a usiim vole, mid.
He it further rennlved that we earli
Individually neglecl no iipporlnnily
to return thin hospitality to an)
-iti.i;us of Tillamook County who
may ere III to attend our convention-!
held in other parte ol Ine
stale in the liitum.
WhiMcui, the Office of the Oregon
Dairy and I'uot! Coiiiiiiiai.ini '
shO'iul be in the closcl loin It witu
dafy i oiidttiotiii 111 Oregon, atut o
the prorib-iiis coufronii g dm)
iiii'ii uiul rfhou'd tu- of thr u'iimIvi.1
a-lliini 111 HOlvmtr these pm
hleuiH anil oi actlvr ueafHtaui-e 111
all iliovemi-ills of l.iit) mm, an
Wh.-mn. tin- Stub- l.i'Kinl.i'.uir
has Mi'fii lit to muni the itriuainl
of thix iiimixiatiou for mole amp 1
Bilpporl ol thlil oilier ami for the
i:oipioyiiiciii 01 11 u nu o 11 11 1 asms,
fa 1 I n
Therefore il in resnlveil. Hint we
congratiihilii the Oregon Dairy and
Food CoiiiuiiMnloiicroii Ihe splrmliil
ile he im mailing of ll.r a hlitiuii.il
fiiuda piovideil, uiul extend to him
the Ihniik of the Oiegou Dairy
meti'H Aaaociation for aupplving
thin; able men 111 the pcrnuii -d A.
S Wet's, M. S. Shroi-a ami l H.
iumer, who prenenleil Hindi vain
able papern ami have otherwise aa
aisled in tile work of ihie couveii.
KuhoIvccI that th( UHKorialfoii
iliuiik Ihe Oregon Agricultural ('..I
Inge 11ml Dr, Jiiiiilm Wlliiycomb,
I'rof II. T. French, T I), Heiliwith
and If. If. (iruVi-H anil man Dr ',V.
II I.ytleMale Velerliianati lor the
nble iiHHiHlance received from thi-M'
getith'iiieii, ami we upprove of the
plan ol Humliuu a cli IMH llf lllllft'
Mtiiihmls lo ntteiid the 1 invention
11ml parlicipule in tM (lellbeiuiloiiH
Oregon Cow Cheered.
Tho lust evening's hchmIoii of thai
iKirily of ertiu y, tat. iwt8!
TTie Jilsee for the "' f
Itlg Will Iki alllMHII.'C't Wt. H
meeting of the e " w
ttoru on nmatruvllon He recommend'
si the use of the tave siki bore, both
boeause of the fact that wo have
plenty uf wu.m, unit no lieeauio clliii
attr eondiiion. r favorable, keganb
ing corn a lively uimhimi .h w prerip-
1. -...1 .... .. . ...
uaivu uvrr mv poMIIUIIiy ol fal.l.,.' . . . .." ...1, it.it rsl
corn for .1, purges b .,, Jto7
partly uevrlniMil rurn mi lntt ntii,-r,l ...... .ur.i
ratinn vim iiyu iiui ni
Who Aro " Itiat Kcady W
n i. . .... M., Mufti r nisi r 10
tflsV "II M s
nr. ithje .itibe urnsl that oxprn
inrnts lie tried, ami insured tho local
if dry men that th eollrire wowkt aid in
e.-r. w .v itvxsil Ir; still he wsk Ineln
cl t be a mill, skapiu-ai regariil'iH ii
11. r. fu! use ks a sil'i rr.,p, but smth
oii the nuHe.ire that corn was ia.t ll r
only iiUt- rrp. He said he haU b. eft
talking with one of the local men re
garding arliclMilies. Tills was a rrop
which sh aid make a splendid sllaue
grower hero. It has the big siem n-
rauso vuu havo not sin
KJl HP UIIHI'IIU. '
... ... I I Vrttl M
wurn you wrni i i"i. -
Miss l.ra Dumas rlU f3
lone. N. V.. aavltiu 1
t.wti i-xmllilnn for '
weeks but two Unties of Vttd
inn on my feut ftRalii and
strniiK and well Vlliol l
mom good thnn nil Ibo otr
tints I iiTer look"
r iris I'nrimiirn. r liiitiw
... . i. . ihil I
Uiu paht, slt kiy ciiiiurrn
lint foliage essential for a cimd n( . n ,i thoy.lM.
mi t,. , iiiri itiiiiMfi i'ssi''-'t " 1
lller. Clover 11U0 grows well h.. ,loon ,)0 Mt) , dBy that M
it- iiiimui on uie iiiivaniflues or bII.h
(tvtui where wintar fooding is done it
I is hero on tint miast. He roctiiiiutund
id that fairrlpuulng shnuld he penult'
toil liofiir.i alnriiiM' I. ml it, il,.. .,11.,.
boiMiisu otherwise tho silage Is apt lo ,or giiariinteu of ,(n,1"'sr'!
ho tun our i;nl vnnr 111111107 blllk If '
Krud IbmlM t,.i,i t u 1 " "eip you.
w ...... ... ,,m, tuiijiiuy t:un-
Htrui'tef silo and offered to sliuw It In
use to any who care to visit his farm.
Mr. Warner uf Douglas county, told
of his mil-cess In thu iikii of silos and de
clared that ho would not hu withoilL
Ilium. He woiiid us soon bu without 11
cow its willimit a silo.
Tho retiring pieslilunt, Mr. Dickson,
sKike briefly, thaiiklnif tho mind iiaanh.
of Tillamook for thule .fillrl,,tfu 11M.I
a,.lllnu ,.! llvnr and Iron
Imd built them up "t"1 0444
.. 1 I. .-..I lr,.llclQ
Ik in i niili.M'..'i - ., 1,
--.i ....!.. 1. ..Il.l..- mill Urt ft" "
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I'. B. I'ur nny H;ln "
Hiixo Halvo. Wo K"nu' '
CIIA.S. I. Cl.Ol'till CO.
aociiitiou, most hem til v thank tin.
citi.iiiH of Tllliiiiuok County for
their uiiterpriau nml loyalty to the
cause of dairying, ami
H it Kitrllw.i- tMuitlM.,1 il....
passed a luw which makes it possible urgen.ly reiuuat 11 Miiiiihiiiml even gon cow
Da rymen's convention was character-1 liberality, and ( eelared that where hu
bed by u greater degree of spontaneity bad regretted his own weakness-,,
than perhaps any or thu previous ses- weakness which ,, m4 cow .houl,
Hlons. Tho principal work nf the con-1 havu -whh H..tr r 1...
volition was done and there was a ' gestlve organs had no been sulllcie ,t '
certain amount of reluxallou among to do full justice to thu cheese S
tho members. Dr. Junius WIihi.,i.,.i... 1.1... uiii.......i. 1... ....... ... '",uro"l
, . . . " 1 'hi."ih no lUlllllflll IIU hull I (inn
ni.iioui.cud tho glad word that an Urn- Ids ahare. Ilo d.,,h,r,l . . a
IllMl U,M. II... I. . . ' " ''
for anv county tu have tho beneliU of greater exhibit ut nil future Sinn, V. ..ii ...Z" ""t ."T 1 W "" ' li mil of Tlllu
tnls extension movement. The cnim.v UM.l we urge nil oilier dti.e..H i.""' u"',y ,'JUUlr' uHkcd u.ook county iu l.ls hand ml 11CLUlliv
Asoniiii cor w lisfr
SUN l ami
15, 25 and -10 Wall, 5j
100 Wsll - -
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Pro.lrd Lamp 1 J
We ilrllvcr lanili I ' V
tlic chy Trlc.li.Mi c(j.'
Wlrli.K al tin' lo' Vn,h)-.
.i.li'iil with aorid ""r,,M7..ii
LtSffat Ac raol 0).
to pay n great compliment to thu -- - M, - -- u,t thruo ehoora and .1
du.rymu., of Oregon foC their Went- ny P ,000 and the state c-ed , ,,, lu 'h.siry to V-.. Onujon cow, and they w
ern grit, perHeverunce and iudiiH- will duplicate this. Thu Agricultural operutu in nia.'.iu'g the exhibits 01 a will und vi'ior tin. .
tiger for thu it OUMiJ butter fat. und In. ii.,.l.ir,i 1
IV. ft,... ...... ... V.M.. I.,, I
.ivii wiiii mat ncro thu puuplu plowed with only
eiitlrii nnilliiik,.,. ' l. , 1. . .
ii... ..ji.ii.i. ...,iu 1 ..i .. 1 i"-inu inuweu wii i on v . .
"l "" " "., mo horse, becuusu tho butter fut I., tho Subscribe for the cml-wo "