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TUB IIKND I1UIXKTIN, IIBNI), WIcnXKtiVAY, AVGVHT U, 1012.
ii - a nii I i i ii it in Triit iU i ii i i i ifii iiiiitiiDt m- r i
MEAT COMPANY REP
HpiMiliil llutf I "(mil, "lllilff Tunic
n KC" to Ih IIUIiIImiIimI From
IIhhI I'IihN H p I i it il I il
OiihIIiIimn fur liiiliittiy.
Among tho vIMtor to lloml diirliiK
ttm pint week I U, J, Mlllus, travel-
liiK riri)iiinilvo or Ilia lly-l'ro-diiuts
Dupiirtriii'iil of thy Union Mimt
Compiiuy, I'urtluml, Mr. Mlllus In
mukliiK ft tour throuKh Coiitral Ore
son MtuilyliiK lliu llvustook comlN
(Ions utnl kIvIiik api-clal attention to
tin) Iiok Industry,
Ho In much liuprdsod with the rv
lourct'M of tho country nnd thlukH
thorn I no unction of thu atato thut
Iiiih Mitch natural uilvnntiiKt'N for tho
raising of Iiok n tho country around
Mr. Mlllim I working In conjunc
tion with tho various ditvolopuiuiit
clubs of tho stute to Diicou'reKo nml
ro-opornto with thv farmor not only
III raising Iiorh hut In raising ood
"Hok cnil tin in ft do to In. tho licit
Incoiiiu producer on tho ranch," soy
Mr. Mlllim, "If thu nvuruKO furinur
would only kIvo thoin tho saino time
ami euro a ho dor hU othfr Ilium,
Today tho gurnwurk of hoj; rnlilnK
ha Ihm.ii entirely eliminated owIiik
to thu work thnt I being dono liy tho
Department of Agriculture nnd tho
statu Institutions llko tho Oregon
Agricultural College. Tho up-to-ilsto
fnrincr who kep In cloo touch with
agricultural college noon learn
thut hi profit can bo Increased liy
adoptlnx the simple practlcnl meth
ods taught hy these Institution.
"Whllo Oregon la not tho first Iiok
raising ntnto In tho union regards
quantity, It In well up In tho front
rank na far im ijuallty concerned
nud It la being proven to tho people
on tho Coast thnt n Iiok raised on
alfalfa nnd Kruln In Central Orogoii
produces n bigger yield nnd finer
flavored mnt tlinn tho widely adver
tised corn-fed Iiok of tho mlddlo
west. In tills respect tho people of
tho wot must da educated to tho fact
thut OrcKoii pork In a flno an pro
duced anywhere In tho east."
Mr. Mlllim cau Vo found at tho
omr0 of tho Central Oregon llrokor-
ago Coinpiiuy whom ho In demon
strating thu effect Ivories unci ocon
omy of dlgustor liinkngo for Iiok
feuding It will ho to tho Interest
of nny rnlmir of Iiokn to loiirn tho
fuclH regarding dlgestur tntikiiKo
which Ih now Imlng fed hy thu hunt
mlHoM throughout thu mitlro
lliilow U imiIiIInIiimI hum hi extracts
from the llturututu rn Kurd Iiik digest
or tmikiiKHi hn Miippllud hy Mr.
I'rotiilu , CO
'I'll Im feud la Hindu exclusively for
(lie feeding of hog, willed liflN t liv)
endorsement of (ill i:io limiting Agrl
niiltiirul Hxiiitrlmmit Htutloim and l
lined hy tho heat liroitdnr mid food
r of usury ntulo.
A tvNt curried on with Union Moat
Company's Digester Tnnkano ul the
OroKoti Hxporlment Htntlon, lasting
from May 2d to July int. IVlOUUty
dnya), show tho atrlkliiKly ruvorahla
results that tiro obtained hy Ita uno.
Tost wun mado on two Iota of x
Iai No, l wn fed
7lif. poundN (Ireen Alfnlfa.
UifiO poundN (Jriiln (i'iiul jmrtit
uliorta mid chopped Imrlwy).
IM No. 2 wan fed
236 iKjund Union Mont Compnny'a
Uif.O pounds drain (oipinl parts
Hhorts and chopped lisrlay),
Kesults wro us follow:
l-ot 1 IM i
OrlKlnal Wl 700 Ids. 020 Ihs.
Hnlshed Wt lOSOll.s, 1170 Ihs.
MANY REPORTS ARE
W. I. IhivldMin Hn)N TIiIh I'.iIiii
Olljl'l'tlw Of Tlllllk'Sllltf 1,1 or.
Would Muko Tint ii lll
Total (lulu 380 Ihs. &&0 Ihs.
Total I'rotlt In fu-dlnir, mr
hend Jt.Ct -16.38
Tho net protlts In feed Inn; Union
Moat Company' Dlitcster Tankaxo In
connoctlon with icrnln, axslnst
stralnht Kmlu and nHalfa, wni'37V4
lor cent, i
To ho fed either wet or dry, mixed
with ordinary Kround feed, or can he
prepared a a uiasn with slop at the
ralo of 14 to 1 jiound per day, c
cordlnx to alio mid tin of plus.
OHIKJON ADVANCi: AI'I'IUHH.
(Blstera Herald ) ,
Tho Oregon Advance, publlahtdt
Itodmoud with H. M. Collins J eUltor
and J.- M. Crenshaw niunagern)ade
It nppearanco last wruk, '-l.trin.
shaw won formorly Interested la the
Hlsters Herald . '
Tho Htur TbftxwJUBlre nwny
$5 cold piece mh Kr'jdn? nUht 8o
slides for furtiier .parOt-lUnrs.
A clnniMed a4 In The llulletln Is
read hy linoilrcJ Slid brlnjt tho d
rrtler,gwdjretitrBs for tho money
Invrmtrdjy " -.
"You can say It ns strongly as you
llko thnt tho lino which tho Harrl
iiisu Interest nro tlirowliiK across
the stnto from tho eastern boundary
wostwurd will bo tho douhlo track of
that aystom he(wvtn Portland and
OreKOii Hhort I.tno, tnd thnt tho lino
will ho completed al tho way across
the statu with the sumo speed that
tho work Is now beliiK prosecuted lu
tho .Malheur canyon."
This statement wn mndo by W. I.
Davidson, president of tho Oregon &
Western Colonization Company, who
lias arrived liore from Ht l'aul to In
nuKurato tho most comprehensive
ImmlKratlon nnd colonization cam
PaIku ever undertaken In the stite,"
"Tho Uulon 1'nclflc ha fnSrqJfrijx
4000 men nt work now InjiurtTnit
tho lino forward from tho Shy rftnif
Junction nt Vnle nnd fi" centering It
construction effort now ontheahlK
tunnel throuith Maljioitr fffiySn,
throe-ijunrter of a niljt lop nnd he-
in; oriven inrnn solid' rKk. A
considerable trteh of' track ha
t-pen laid nnd I Wo ILffom the best
of authorltr that. thoVnlon raclflc
Intend ti continue Ha Hue strsluht
acrou the state to a connection with
thglWchuUs line at Hend and that
tWrtw nal be the second
track of tho thrash system from
Portland do Omaha,"
Id Connection with tho extensive
and, Vigorous development program
which will bo Inaugurated nt once.
t! company will open office through
out Oregon, Washington nnd Idaho,
covering all tho principal cities and
the promoter aro confident they can
bring 100,000 permanent settler and
home-builder Into Ino stnto within
the next year or two.
south road Ht tfJmo other point In
iiouth Centrnl Oregon, presumably nt
or nnnr Crescent. Now, bowover,
from Mr, Davidson' nnd others'
iitntomeiitH, It scoiiih more than over
Hiiro thut tho HnrrlniBii rond will
work westward to coned with tho
nortli'imd-Noiith lino nt Hend, thus
mukliiK this tho Junction point nnd
rullroml center of Interior Oregon,
mid on tho direct I'ortlaud-Omuha
A. further fact of Importance In tho
probability, If not the certainty, thnt
thlH tuovo in en n h tho Joint opvrntlon
of tho Hend-Mnlhetir road by tho
Hill mid llnrrlman pontile. The
Hill HyMum nlrendy has final BUrvoyn
lotnplotod from llond southeastward,
and In view of their Joint usage of
truck north from (tend, there neotn
no roMKon to doubt thnt such u plan
would bo continued In the new ter
ritory to be tnpped. Huch action
mean thnt this point becomes not
only the Junction tolnt for ono grent
system, mid nn Important stntlon onj
n grout trnncontlncntnl rond, but nlrfa
that It will take It plnco a the 'all
road focus mint for two grent sys
tems (intend of one.
Humors to the effect thnt eastern
construction from II' nd will com
mence soon nro more persistent than
over. Whllo no'hliiK authentic has
been given out, It I authoritatively
known hero that recently n semi-official
Rtatomcut wn made In Port
land that Just a soon a work com
mence on the southeastward road
from Hend the division point will be
shifted to hero.
Mni I II
NOTICK I'OU I'L'IIMGATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, If, B.
Iind Office nt Tho Dnllcs, Oregon,
July 22nd, lbl2.
Notice I hereby given thnt Jen
C. llnmolborff, of Lnldlnw. Oregon.
who, on Juno 10th, 1907, mndo homo
stead entry No. lfB60 Serial No,
0U1S. for lot 1 nnd 2, seotlon 4,
township 17 south, rnnge 11 ent,
Wlllnmetto Meridian, has filed no
tice of Intention to make five-year
proof, to establish claim to the land
aliovo domlhed, before II. C. Bills.
NOTlCli "6V contkht.
Department of the Interior, United
Btnte Lnnd Office, Tho Dalles, Oro-
Kon, August 8, 1912.
To heir of Margaret D. Ilohb. do
ceased, of No. 274 Stnrk Ht., I'ort
Innd, Oregon, Contestoo:
You nro hereby notified that Harry
Hpeer, who give c-of E. B. Parker,
Hend, Oregon, ns his post-onico nd
drcs. did on August 8, 1912, fllo In
this office hi duly corroborated np
pilcatlon to contest nnd secure tho
V. H. Commissioner, nt hi olllco nt cancellation of your hiinictiii. onirv
Hend, Otegon, on tho 10th day of, No. , Bcrlal No. 07016, mndo
Hoptember, 1912. jOctohor 4, 1910. for HK'A 8W4,
Claimant name as witnesses: j Sec. 1, K'A NWU. NK4 BWVi,
V.HHUCB ii. npaugri, irn n. wimer, Heetion 12, Township 16, 8., Ha
iiiitiiii ii intrii nnn if iisviav
--...-... ... ..v.,v iB mmt HMJlOJi l
all of I.aldlaw, Oregon.
21-26 C. W. MOOHB, Heglstcr.
NDTK'IJ I'OU rUHMCATlOX.
Deportment of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Office nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 2Cth, 1912.
Notice is hereby given. thnt Frank
A. Murk, of Lnldlaw, Oregon, who.
on June 10th, 1907, made Homestead
Kntry, No. 1CS02, Bcrlal No. 04090,
for 8IJV4BWU, Bee. 24, and NK
NWH, Section 25, Townahlp 1C
South, Itange 11 East, Willamette
Meridian, haa filed notlco of Inten
tion to make five year proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above des
cribed, before H. C. Ellis, U. B, Com
missioner, at his office nt Hend, Ore
gon, on the 12th day of September,
Claimant name a witnesses:
Alfred K. Hamsey, Frank E. Dayton,
Fred N. Wallace, William Drawn.
21-26 C. W. MOOHE, Register.
J. II. MUSUKOVU
W. F. SCHMIDT
THE LOTUS BAR
Schmidt & Muicrove, Props.
WINES LIQUORS CIOARS
ONLY THO UEST OF QOODS HANDLED
' latu ill O
White It ha been recognUed from
tho first that tho Hnrrlmnn road
building westward through tho Mal
heur canyon wn destined to con
tinue across tho state, hitherto those
In n portion to know have stated
that It would Join tho north-and-
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H, K-, Wlllametto Morldlan. and as
Kround for his contest ho alleges
that said Margaret J). Hobhs, de
ceased, died Intestate, In the City of
Portland, Stato of Oregon, on o
28th day of January, 1912, without
Issue; that aho left a huaband
(Ucorgo D. Hobbs), 45 year old,
whose present place of residence la
unknown; that on the 6th day of
Foh 1912, on tho petition of Mary
Dwyer, a sister to tho said Margaret
D, Hobhs, the County Court of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, appointed
ono S. K, Jeffrey, administrator of tho
cstato of tho said Margaret D. Ilohhs,
Contestant further states that the
said Margaret D. Hobhs, deceased,
never established residence on said
land; that sho nover Improved or
cultivated tho same; that her heirs,
whose address Is unknown, havo
never resided on said land or Im
proved or cultivated tho samo with
in alz month after tho death of said
entryworaan or at any other time or
You are, therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be taken
by this otflce as having been confess
ed by you, and your said entry WM
be canceled thereunder without fur
ther right to bo heard therein, either
beforo this ofllce or on appeal, If
you fall to file Jn this office within
twenty days after tho FOUJITH pub
lication of tbla notice, as shown be
low, your answer, undor ottth, spe
cifically meeting snd responding to
theso allegations of contest, or If
you fall within that time to file In
this omco duo proof that you havo
served a copy of your answer on tho
said contestant either In person or by
registered mall, if this service is
made by the delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In per
son, proof of such service must bo
either the said contestant's written
acknowledgement of his receipt of the
copy, showing the date or It receipt,
or tho affidavit of the person by whom
the delivery was made stating when
and where the copy was delivered;
if made hy registered mall, proof of
such service must consist of the at
davit of the person by whom tho copy
was mailed stating when and the post
ofllce to which it was mailed, and tbla
affidavit must tie accompanied by the
postmaster's receipt for tho letter.
You should state In your answer
tho name of the post ofllce to which
you desire future notices to be sent
LOUIS II. AltNBSO.V,
Date of first publication, Aug. 14,
Date of second'publlcation Aug. 21,
Date of third publication, Aug. 23,
Dato of fourth publication, Sep. -i,
The United Warehouse
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