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TIIK UI!NI lU'LLKTIX, HKXII, OUK., WKDNK8HAY, APHIL 1f, 101 1.
CENTRAL CREAM DE
lint Few CVwm Signed Up In In Pine
On Saturday, leaving Forty Xeol-
cil-ltedmoori Men llusy-Hiulc-
womt Itcprcscntntho Hero.
wood cronmory there nnd learned
from him that his company was now
receiving cream from nil ovor tho
northwest, Including northern Coll
fornla and Idaho. Tho prlco paid for
crenm dollvcrcd In Portland Is ono
cunt below Uio prevailing butter nrlco
and tho express charges nro 1 M
cents por pound. Tho company takes
also other farm products, mtcH as
poultry and eggs, thus enahlluK tho
farmer to diversify his business.
On Mr. KoycB Invitation n ropro
eentntlvo of tho Hatolwood company
will probably attoud tho luncheon on
Saturday and oxplaln In detail this
Tho resulta of tho La Pino trip
taken by representatives of tho far
mer's oroamory last Saturday woro
ttot as favorable as had been hoped
for and Indications now point to a
postponement of tho creamery. In Its
rdnco, howovcr, a central cream depot
Is planned to take all cream brought
In by farmers, and othor products as
well. With a regular market for
their cream It Is expected that tho
farmers will Increase tho number or
cows to tho point whore a croamerv
can bo profitably operated In the
Those who wont to La Pino woro
.1. A. Bastes, P. 11. Doncor. and U
C. Itoberts. During tho day they
stcnod un a few cows but on account
of tho distance to bo traveled to seo (
tho ranchors only a few woro Inter- j
In tho ovenlnK tho Ilend ropreson- ,
tatlves attended a meeting of tho La
Pino Commercial Club which was ad
dressed by tho manager and tho sec
retary of tho Itedmond croamory In
nn effort to obtain tho La Pino cream
for their plant.
It was learned from them that
In January, when butter Is at 40
and 46 cents they paid onlv 2G cents
n pound for butter fat. Ab against
this It wis brought out bv U C.
lloberts that tho average paid In 42
creameries In Favette county. Iowa,
for the vear ending January 14, was
The expense of wMIn cream fmin
T.n Tine. It Is pointed out. Is a fur
ther disadvantage for farmers who
live at a distance Tho rate to Ilend
from La Pino Is 2& cents for a nv
Kallon can with empties returned
free, whllo the additional charge to
Redmond, according to figures fur
nished by J. II. Corbctt, Is 49 cents
per can and 1G cents for the return
of, empty cans.
Helling Station Plans.
In placo of the creamery If It Is
decided -not to go on with It at tho
present time. It Is possible, as Indi
cated above, that a cream depot will
Iks established hero. This Is sug
gested br J. P. Koves as a result of
his trln to Portland yesterday.
While In Portland Mr. Keyes Inter
viewed the manager of tho Hazel-
KENWOOD ITER SYSTEM
TAKEN OVER BY B. IMP. CO.
Ti-m.sfVr tn Im Mado May 1
Trenches to Make Connection Xow
Hclng Dub Pipo Is Now Hero.
In preparation for tho coming
transfer of tho Kenwood water sys
tem to tho Hond Water Light & Pow
er Company trenches nro now being
dug to connect tho company'a mains
on tho Hond side ot,tu r'vor with tho
mains on tho opposite sldo, Pipo
will bu laid un fast na received mid
on May IB, U Is oxpectod. tho wutor
sorvlco will bo from tho Hond sldo.
Tho connections will bo mndo In
tho main nbovo tho power plant nud
In Plnelyn Pnrk ucnr llohort H.
(lould'B now house, to which point
pipo was laid last rail. In all some
2000 feet of four Inch pipo will bo
put In, tho trenches being all done
except for a short strip In which rook
has boon oncounterod un tho Plnelyn
Park sldo. In crossing tho river the
pipo will bo laid In n box packed with
shnvlngs on tho company's bridge
nbovo tho power dnm.
in addition R000 foot of pipo aro to
bo laid aa an extension of tho Ken
wood main Into tho nowly plattud
Kenwood Garden Tracts, recently put
on tho market by tho lloittl mw and
For tho tlmo IioIiir tho wator for
this sorvlco will bo supplied from tho
present standpoint at tho head or
Minnesota street. Ultimately Is Is
tho Intention of tho company to sup
ply Iiolh sides of tho river from a
reservoir on tho western hills, tho
SPECIAL SALE OF
Household Edition of
the well known cook book
A LIMITED NUMBER AT
Regular Price $2.50
The OWL PHARMACY
silo for which Is nlroady owned by II.
Klght moil nro now employed on thy
EASTERN STAR DEDICATES
Ceremony Occurred Monday Xlght--(IucMh
Here From Out, of Town,
Tho IiuIIoh of tho Order of tho Has
torn Star took their turn at dedicat
ing tho new Mnsanlo hall In tho Dos
chutes Investment Company build
ing on Monday night. A full alien
dnnco of tho local inombnrn of tho
order wns present, supplemented by
delegations from Prtuovllle, lied
niond and Laldlaw,
After tho dedloatlon coroinonlod
had boon eonoludod tho members and
their guests enjoyed n social tlmo
with iiiubIo and a luncheon. Mrs. A.
Thompson of Tho Halloa gave several
enjoyable readings. During this por
tion of tho evening a number of
townspeople were guests of tho or
dor. BAKERY OCcilisiw STORE
Shrluer & Huey Purcliaso the Coikott
In further extension of tho busi
ness which they undertook In buying
tho American llakory, Hhrlnor &
lluoy havo purchased tho llxtures In
the store formerly occupied by Cor
Rett's nud rontod tho store, Yester
day their Block was transferred to It
and they have opened today. Thoro
will bo no formal opening.
The bakery business formerly car
ried on In tho adjoining store will
continue In the new location. No reg
ular meals will bo served but In a
short tlmo light dairy lunches will
bo provided and Ico cream and can
dy will be on aalo.
WATI.H IX XOUTII CAXAL,
Repairs on tho North canal, which
tho C. O. I, Co. has been making
for Komo time, nro now Itnlshed and
tho water turned In. It Ik oxpectod
that tho canal will now be able to
carry a bigger head than over before
and that much of the land under the
Pilot llutto canal can be watered
from It. Ilnpalrs and change have
also been made at the throat of the
Hume whereby the water carried by
It cm he nil turned Into (ho Central
WKir.'IIIXd HT.h ItOFTK MAIL.
Under orders Just Yecelvml, Post
master Ford begins tomorrow the
weighing or all star mute mall, both
Incoming and outgoing. The work
Is to cover n period of two mouths
from April 10 to June IS. It Is not
known Just what this weighing Is
for but tho assumption Is that it Is
In connection with tho lotting of tho
new mall contract on tho star routes
that run from Ilend. Illds for this
sorvlco hrvu twice boon called for,
tho first time all bids being rojoctnd
Tho tlmo for tho second call ended
n short tlmo ago and nothing has yot
been hoard from tho offors mado, of
which thcro were two.
Hi:iHlN(l HAH NKW HOMII.
Dan Holslng uiuiio over from IiIm
Midway Itnnoh on the Motolluii lilvor
Inst weak, taking from luiro much
furniture with which bo will otttlp
his now house. Tho old house was
destroyed by lire during tho wlulur.
The now atruuturo turn II bed rooms,
and will bo completed In n row days.
With IiIh enlarged house iiunrtorn,
and tho ninny touts placed about tho
beautiful place, Mr. Ilolslug oxpoulii
to care for summer guests bolter than
ovor thin year. Already several pin
tles of llshormen havo liueu over from
Hond nud other towns.
A fow hours nt a nice classy, olonn,
up-to-dnto placo especially prepared
lor gentlemen, will remove all worry
and trouble. Thu Motropolltnn.-Adv
ROAD DAY PLANS
(Continued fiom pngo one.)
that tho ultimate plan will bu lor
all work to be put In on this street
between tho viaduct and thu hill.
An Indicated nbovo, the day on
which the work Is to bo done Is still
unsettled. Saturday, tho llith, Is the
day appointed by tho governor but
most or thu business men of tho town
do not want to close on that day, or
to bu away frum their stores. On
that account It has been suggested
that Friday bo used Instead, in Hod
nionil, whoro plans for tho event have
been under dlsottsnn for hoiiio IIiiio, '
Friday lm boon selected, mid it
soonm llli'ily thai thu sumo tlmo will .
ho chosen hero,
Today In the hint day lor filing
declarations fur comity olllcen wltui
thu County Clerk ut Prtnuvlllo.. A
full list or oaudldatea will bo publish-,
ed next week,
OHKGOX TltUXK THAIX
Arrives Ha, in.
Leavos H:30 p.m.
O..W. It. AS X. THAIX.
- Arrives 7:4f p. m,
Leavos , 7(35 n, m,
t- HTAOi: LINK SOUTH.
- Arrives 7 M0 p, in.
Leaves , 10 a. m,
Curs dally to Horns nud points
south ntul southeast,
A. HMU'l'lll.'l.'ll'l.? IIIII1KM.
(louornl delivery open dally 10
a. m. to II p, m,
Oeueral delivery open Buuday
10 to 10:30 a, m.
Night train mall olosos 7 p. in,
Day train mall oIohoh Oi 30 a, m.
- riii.Kimarii iiuuiih,
oflteru Union dally 7-12.1-0,
- 7-10. Sunday K-10, 4-0,
Pioneer Co, twenty-four hour
service, Including Hundny,
If yon hnil a mint of money yon
couldnlt buy it better car. Kord
merit bus made the .standard cur of
all nations. It's lifjht strong
comfortable and dependable. And
its cost is well within your income.
Get yours to-day.
Five hundred dollar Ih the price of the Fonl
runabout; the tourli?oar l five Hftjrj the town
oar seven fifty f. o. I). Dot roll, complete with
equipment. Get catalog and particular from
George II- Hoover. Ilend.
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