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Gem State Rural
« ''•'Vol. IX No. 2ô Caldwell, Idaho, June 23, 1904. PARMA'S NEW j i CREAMERY A Mo.tern Plant With U )-To-Date M"ihods and Solid Backing-. » cp I ere is always a demand for so. ething extra," was the j remark of Stewart Gearhart, | the butter expert, and creamery specialist, to a representative the (Jem state Rur il, the other j day, during a 3a11 at the Parma ! C ream er v r r This is just such a remark as one would expect from a young man, who has de voted several good years of his life, in three of the leading agri cultural courses at the Nebraska r * r r r r r r r r. r. Agricultural college, and one at Iowa's famous dairy school at Ames. At the first named in stitution his work was more of! va general character covering the h (1 liry, and kindred branches or S ibjects. he specialized on pasteurizing. - starters, and butter scoring. r r K r R r. : ' At the latter school He I - ■ also spent one year in a:i exten- - creamery of California and r also engaged in creamery was si ve was work in Nebraska, when he ,T jr secured by the proprietors of the Parma creamery. It is needless to say Gearhart is a man Y r r. that Mr who is well ! y ' — all phases of huttermaking I r methods. He j £ j p to be to satisfy the ) ill and creamery would have proprietors of the new plant E. M. Kirkpatrick M. and J. have set the . . . . tied with nothing but the i est. to describe and for they Myers, standard high and will be salis Witlioui attempting in detail the new' the various the milK an creamery to w hielt processes l cream are subject "Golden Kod" ed befere the r e yf t e product is reached, fiie name of the hoz now' being butler brick that is arketed) we will say, in a geu-: everything is eu and while they r tank. a m eial wav, that tire I y modern, ha ve tubular separator 2 th century milk receiving a fur it. and milk heater, the ire 3. * i (Con tin netl uU P 1 " Agricul ural Progress at Priest River. A vi-.it to several ranches north east of River Enterprise. J. C. Finstad. Ferguson. J *e Caprai, Chas carlo, Fred and Will Sh Clins Fin stad, terested party that agricultural pursuits here is a profitable nn-; dertaking. Pleasant homes have been reared in what was, but a : town, says the Pri**«t among thnn, (Gregory Ffro-» & N ic d convinces the in t A i J Gem State Rural ArtisLs a a 5 J - - A m •; -J J A 'A .... A A A My S m * A —<4 ■ " \ : j i A A A A A A ■ J MISS AI.MA K K N XKHV. MISS KI TH C.II'SON. A i^Eta r r V'KKKKKKLKIdUK HTT...LLLL ~ almost imp* ne - 1 t» u . ^ , 1 he reM fe v years ago, an j trahie wilderness. idences and barns in course of c i s,r « ctloa by ,1,ose are l ^e pride of and reflect credit on those win*; ! tned anv communie n at>* *ve n.i own them. Goats For World's Fair. ( \V. A. Shafor. Se» retary of the American Milch G**at A "S* >C t ion, writes Colonel Ch'et <>f the Deparonent of. Live Stock of the World's Fair, tha. „j large number of » be famous ni .h i Mills, the oa is of Switzerland, is^nid <>f Malta and other places, where milch goats have been' brought be exhibited at the Universal Ex another importation, The X itional Goat Dairy O', has sent a man to Europe for ÔOO head of milch goats, the best of to a high state of usefulness, will p >sitmn. S. Peer has just arrived from Europe with twentv-six milch goats and that he will return to the continent about June 1 for F Mr. Shafor writes that Mr. which will be exhibited at th ,, ,, . World s b air. The Standard Milch Goat C<>.. |op head of tH*• he-%t milch g*»als that can be found anroad. 0 f Washington, D ( ., writes Mr Shafor that it wi 1 import at least date on behalt of the American Mr Shafor has applied for a Milch Goat Association for a pnolic sàle ol milch goats to be .eld on the Expositi *n grounds sheep and goals at the \\\ ^ a,t during the period of extnoitioo of *i in's Against Chinese Vegetables. At the Women's Club at Port land, Oregon, Dr. Mae Cardwell read a paper upon ''The effect of diet upon the physicque and character of tin* r astern Races Among the ef She fee s of food upon a race might be counted a fever peculiar to the Japanese, which is treated in said, ( i our hospitals very often in pa tients of that nationality. It is called beribera and is caused by a fungus affecting the rice they eat. Intestinal parasites are almost universal, owing to the habit of eating with the fingers and to the Chinese method of useing fecal sewage for enrich ing gardens. We have in Port land the same usuages which ob tain in China. The intestins of both Chinese and Japanese J a bound in parasites, and every ♦ hiuese garden in Oregon is j watered with liquid in which t he discharges from the Chinese in testines are dissolved, and gy s of the parasites are liable to he paten with all uncooked vegeta hies." Seventy Years Young. Mr. Depew celebrated his seventieth birthday by a most impressive public marshaling of I lie names of men of might who did their mighty work in science, arl, war, politics, business, after iliey had reached and passe b age ue certainly proved that a good brain is at its best—in all except. p»riaps. lhe purely créa live energies when it is at its < ripest maturity. Certainly the WOfld lias s Ulfe red incalculable , hoses through the fact that just men ability are at tM ' NÎ 1,1 judgment and in exper ience they die. » . ,, ,, f r ■. And the utter folly of it ap pears when we remember that a good, healthy body is oui It, to la t at least a hundred and fifty years, and that anv holy not over fifty years old can be made od eno *gh to last thirty or forty years u cess it has re ceived some mortal injury. What a jiity that men who live in their mi »Ms are so of en so <r , cai*"less mu i even reckless ah » ■ t ti e r bodies Probat) 1 y this w r 11 he ,t a [ w;l y S 111 remain true. chtnee an ntollectual man has for Ion* r hfe is in marrying a "oman who is proud of him and ! i »s >oun I s ms**, about health nor grown-up baov too Mm» iini'k. Saturday l.v*ning Post.