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THIS I1KNI) Ilt'LMCTlN, RHNR, ORH., WKDNKHDAY, PKnnUAItY , IDlfl.
BUSINESS AND PKOFKSSIONAL DIRECTORY.
KOIIHKT II. GOULD
W, W, KAUIiKNMIl, D. M. D.
Olllco Ovor 1'OHtonico
Ilond, - - Orogon
Hours: 1012 n- m ; 2-1 p. fir.
7-0 it in.
mi. 1:. iu:a NonitiH
Physician (mil Huru,n
Olllco Hnthur llulldlng
WILLAUD II. WIIITZ
O. 8. RISNBON
Attorney At hnxt
Ilonnon llulldlng, Wall Blreot
VURNON a. Fonuua
First National Ilnnlc llulldlnR
Demi, :-J K Oregon
CUII ntnl Irrlunllon Knitlnoer.
Iloum 6 Flrnt Nntlonnl llnnk
J. II. Hull A. W. Winn
CIIOOK COl'NTY AIWTIIACT
Huccossorn to Tho J. II Hnner
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro,
ROI1KRT W. BAWYKR
Ilullotln Omco, llond, Oregon
Representation boforo tho Don
orl Land Hoard and Btato
ROIIERT CECIL WYOANT
Attorney at Imx
Water Rlghta Uulldlns
Dciort Land Balem,
Engineering Law Oregon
Hoofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornice, and Skylight.
Jobbing Promptly Attended Tn
J. J. RYAN
Plumbing nnd Heating
JOB FACIE AHHVAL-
Mtaa Kail la Juiuf
-Hall.4 FREE U
f&awi 8 tsls. Poultry.
aVrar ! fitiHttn,
Souls saa rilU4
THIS PAPCR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIQR
ADVERTISING 0Y THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
ERANCHC3 IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
II, II, Do A Jt M 0 N D
OroKon fit root, llond, Oregon
II. 0, BILI8
United titnlf C'oiiiiiilNNlotirr
Firm Nntlonnl tlnnk llnlldlng
1)11, J II. CONNAItN
omco III Bnthor llulldlnR.
Jlourti 0 to 13, 1 to G.
Huiiduvn and ovonlnmi by
0, P. NIBWONGER, Ilond, Oro.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phono. Lady Assistant.
DIl. It. D. BTOWELL
Onlca ovor Miller Lumlo- Co.
Wall Btrcot Hour D to S
Phono Hod CI
J. E Engebretson
Plumbing nnd llcnting
A M. Crawford
Jntnen W Crawford
12 Yoarn Attorney (loneral
Water IllRhtn Irrigated Lands
Probnlo Rualnesa Corporations
Will apponr before all fllnto Do-
C34-G Northwestern llnnk Rldg.
V Vt, WWV VWWHHMtmWV
Tho moit comfortable hotot 5
In Ilond. t
Commodloun, ntoatn honied, J
woll furnished roomi with i
Good, homo cooked meals $
nerved In dining room thrco $
Union every day. t $
MUs A. D. Spalding, Proprietor S
IIK.ND, OIIKOON J
rtv v,t,i, .. wvv
WHAIl got a pair of WORLD'S
WI. alio novo tha agency for
NAP-A-TAN Shoos for men and
R. H. LOVEN
Tho Shoo Itepnlr Man
Ilond Btroot llond, Oro.
Bend Hauling Co.
It. N. PALMKUTON
Wood for Sale
Onico Mltli It. P. Mlntcr
Onico Phuno DUck 00
Itcaidenco JUIack 423
I, O. O. P.
TJcnd LodRO No. 218.
Rogular mooting every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Bath
er'! Hall. VUltlns brothou
cordially wolcomo. t
L. II. OLK83, N. G.
0150. P. QQVE3, Socrotnry.
HOVAD NKiailllOHS OP
Ilamicr Camp No, (10.11,
Rogular mootingn second and
fourtl' Tu eg ilny b, Bathor'B Hall,
MRS. J. II. CONNAItN. Ornclo.
MR8. A. ORC'JTT Rocordor.
PAnMnno union officialo
THINK RAILROADS ARE EN
TITLED to mohe nnvcNue.
Products of Plow and Pnrmer Who
Liven at Home Ghould On
Cxtmpt Prom Increase,
By Peter find ford.
fcturr Nntlonsl Karmurt' Unltn,
Tho recent nctlon of the Internint
Ccmmorco Commlmlon In granting no
Innrenio In freight rates Jn the enslcrn
classification of territory; tho sppllcv
lon of the roads to state and 10101"
stnta commlsslonn for an Incrrnnt In
rntes, and tho utterances of I'rtmldmt
Wilson on the subject bring the farm
ers of this nation fno to faco with iht
problem of an Incrnnse In freight
rates. It Is the policy of the Farmers'
Unlob to mel ths lisues affecting thf
nelfrfe of the farmers snunrely snd
we will do so In this Instance.
The transportation facilities of thf
United States aro Inndequnte to ef
fectively rarct the demnndn of com-
I merco and particularly In the Sou'b
and Wont additional railway rnlleuc'
n needed to accommodate the move
meat of farm products. If In the wit
dom of our Railroad Commissions sr
Incrrnso In freight raits Is necfnsHr:
to bring about an Improvement In oir
transportation service, nnd an eiten
slon of out mileage, then sn Inrn-un-
should bo grantfd. and the fnrnir I
willing to share such proportion o
the Increnso as justly belongs to htm
but we havo somo suggestions 10 tnaki
as (o tho manner In which this tu
creaso shall bo levied.
Rates Follow Lines ot Least Resist
The freight rates of tho nation havr
been built up along lines of least ro
slstanco. The merchant, tbo manu
faoturer, tho miner, tho miller. tb
lumberman and tbo cattleman h.vt
had their traffic bureaua Iboroughl'
organised and In many Instances the
have pursued tho railroad wlthou'
mercy and with the power of organ
lied tonnage they have hammered tb
life out of tho rates and with unre
strained greed thoy havo eaten th
vitals out of our transportation system
and slnco we havo had railroad com
missions, thoso Interests, with skth
and cunning, are represented at cvttr
hearing In which their business I
The farm or Is seldom representee'
at rate hearings, as his orgaattatlom
bave never had the finances to em
ploy counsel to develop his side o
tho caso and, as a result, tho product-
of tbo plow bear an unequal biirdn
of tho freight expense. A glance a
the freight tariffs abundantly prove
this assertion. Cotton, the Irndliu
agricultural prodnct of the South, si
ready beara tho highest freight rate of
any noccssary commodity In com'
merce, and the rat on agricultural
products as a whole Is out of pn
portion with that ot tho producta ol
tha factory and the mine.
We offer no schedule of rates, but
hope the commission will be able to
give tho railroad such an Increase In
rates as Is nocesnary without levying
a further toll upon tho producta of
the plow. Tha inotaoco seems to pre
sent an opportunity to tho Railroad
Commissions to equallto the ratea as
between agricultural and other classes
of freight without disturbing tho ruUs
on ataplo farm products.
What Is a Fslr RntoT
We do not know what constltutea a
basis for rato making and havo novr
heard of anyono who did claim 10
kuow much about It. but It tbo pros
perity of tho farm Is a factor to b
considered and the railroad commis
sion concludes that an Increaso In
ratea la necessary, we would profer
that It come to us through articles of
consumption on their Journey from
tho factory to the farm. We would,
for sxample, prefer that tbo rate on
aogs remain an at present and the
rato en meat bsar (be Increase, for
any farmar can thea avoid the burden
by raising hla own BteaL and a farm
er who will not try to raise his own
meat ought to bo penalised. W
think the rate on coal and brick can
much bettor bear an Increaso than.
tho rato on cotton and flour Wt
would prefer that the rate on plows
reroalu tho same, and machinery,
pianos and such articles as the poor
er tarmor cannot hope to possess boar
tho burden of Increase.
Tha Increase In rates should bo so
arranged that tho farmer who llvoi
ut homo will bear no part of the bur
den, but lot the farmer who boarde
in othor atatos and countries and
who foods his stock In forolgu lands,
pay tho prlco of hla folly.
After Mnny Ywira.
" J ." I Southern, Bau Clalro, Win.,
wrltos: "Yonra ago I wroto yqu In ro
gard to groat results I obtained from
Foloy Kldnoy Pills. After all thoso
years I havo novor htul a roturn ot
thoso torrlblo backnehon or slooplcsa
ulKhta: I am pormanontly ourod,"
Mon and womon, young and old, find
this rollablo romody rollovqs rhou
inatlsm, backncho, stiff Joints and Ills
causod by weak or diseased kldnoya
or bladder. Pnttoroon Drug Co.-Adv
nuy your rolled oats at tho Ilond
Flour Mill. 40tf
On next Bnbtmth rnornlnff, Febru
ary 7, tho pruitor will spenk, by to
Uont, on "Tho Most In Christian Bel
li n no nnd Somo Unforttlnnto Dofccta."
This dlKcoiirno will not bo a tlrado,
but an oyo ojionor. All parsons who
do not attond othor chtirohos aro cor
dially Invited. Tho attendance at our
morning sorvlcos, Ilka that at our
Sunday school, stondllv Increases.
Tho most prominent peoplo In tho
Unltod Btatcs attond church. Only
moral dwarfs aro too big to go. A.
0. iiincK, pantor.
Church of dm Rrctlircn.
Services each Sunday. Sunday
fiohnol 10 a, m. Preaching 11 a. in.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all.
Ira 11. Fox, minister.
Drn. Lowo nnd Turner dovoto
tholr entlro tltno, energy and
effort exclusively to tho ore.
They havo had years of nard prac
tical oxporionco and know tholr busi
ness thoroughly In nil Its branches.
Thoy givo your oyca a inoat thorough
scientific examination and when thoy
prescrlbo glnssus It Is with positive
and absolute assurance that they are
tho bost and only kind suited to your
eyes. Tholr glasses are guarantood
to give satisfaction whether thoy cost,
1 2 or wore. One charga covers the
ontlr cost of examination, frames
and lonsvs. Consult tbom at Pilot
Dutto Hotel, Thursday and Friday,
February litu and iztb. Adv.
KKAIj JSTATK TltANHFKHH.
iMued by Crook County Aim tract Co.
Levi D. Welst to Mrs. Ulancho Rico
It. IT., blk. 41, Wolstorla ,260.
Rend Pnrk Co. to Jns. P. Conlan
It 1, blk. 27, Contor add, Ilcnd, SCO.
Homo to samo, bond It. 1, blk. 1,
La Pino Townslto Co. to W. F.
Arnold It. 10, blk. 4, 1st ndd La Pino.
L. McRoynoIds to J. W. Davis Jr.,
ot ol w SO ft. l.ytJo Aero No. 20.
J. W. Davis Jr., to J. ' Glbbo H
Int. In same.
llond Pnrk Co. to Lola M. Roabo
It. 19, blk. 7, Lytlo. $225.
Rend Co. to K. K. Kisweln Its. 2
and 3, blk. 4C. Contor ndd, llond.
llond Park Co. to K. K. Erawoln Its
C and 0, blk. 25, Rend Park, 1320.
O. II. Horner to Llzz'o M. Coen
KM NB 1-17-11.
Homor-Coen Co. to O. W. Horner
Its. 1, 2. 3. blk. 20. Laldlaw.
!.n Pino Townslto Co. to Grace E.
Newmnn Its. 3, 4. blk. 20, La Pino.
TO THE RESCUE
W will un roar lloeo. bat you must
not wast much tlma gettloa aur rau
band at work.
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DnY CLEANING
"Put Your Dud
In Our Suds"
The Story of
AT BinTIT, be was pro
It claimed a"Futuro Great
-Ho grew up a model
young mam. C
To hla parents entreaties that
ho stay in the home town and
beeome tmeLMakepcac turned
a deaf ear, Jt offered bo oppor
tunity of advancement. Jt was
prohibition ridden ita inade
quate taxes permitted of bo
improvements, no expansion.
IluVlneM was stagnant, the town
waa no-Ilrenao dead. Make
peace made tho mistake of quit
ting ono "dry town for another.
Ho had no appetlto for strung
stimulants, but he chafed under
a law that denied hia right to
drink healthful, nutritious beer,
even temperately. Ills rights as
a freeboru citizen could not bo
chaUenced by such shallow laws.
IIU disregard of prohibitory
law became habitual and be fre
quented blind pig at firtt, ia
independent indleuatioii later,
becauta bo wautetl to. Hisappe
tito for strong stimulants devel
oped. Makepeace J one, the "Fu
ture Great,nbecamo a drunkard.
Had ho been privileged to
enter licensed saloons, be would
bave entered them only occasion
ally. Drain -and -body fag de
manded a mild stimulant a
once-iu-awbllo glass of good, re
freshing beer. Denied tbo na
tional beverage, the drink of
True Temperance, Makepeaco
Jones became a social outcast.
IS. D. Ulrlch, Chamber of Com.
mcrce, Portland, Oregon,
1 1 T "1 1
1 IM i
U. H. to Wm. D. Clark patent Hi
NB, 8W Nh, NW BK 30-10-11.
D. K. Iiu ..tor Roalty Co. to 1st Na
allonnl brink, llond, BW NIC 28-17-12;
Up J J 12, Roplnt blk. A, Rend.
Ilond Co. to FJ, Agron It. 11, blk.
Contor add, Ilond.
NORTH PORTLAND, Jan. 28.
Receipts for tho wcok havo boon: cat
tlo 1C23, cnlves 0, hogs 3726, nheop
4148. This week's cattlo market op
onnd steady to strong In all olasses.
Prlmo steers sold at 1 8, cows at $C80
and othor grados In proportion. Mar
ket closing steady. With a beginning
of (S.80 Monday which was $15 ovor
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It Is a fireproof building-
It la thoroughly modern
It la comfortable, commodious, eleaii-
ItOOMS FROM, 50 CKNTH UP
The wants of all aro satisfied well at
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
Automobiles to all Inferior Points
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
CENTRAL OREGON'S ""g-"JTi1!
, ... 1K,ciinwrr- PLATK GLASS, AUTOMO-
Lcadlng INSURANCE Agency hilb, sukcty honds.
City and Farm Property
AUBREY) Lots $150 to $350
HEIGHTS ( TERMS:-$5 Cash and
OROKLA) 3 Monthy
IRIUOATKI) LANDS A SPECIALTY
J A C A CLT P Office oa Oregon Street
f CVO 1 C JJEND, :-: OREGON
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE BEND HOTEL
HUQH O'KANE, MANAQKR
Free bus to
and from trains
Storage and Forwarding
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,.
FLOUR, SALT, HIDES
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
E United Warehouse Co.
A. M. Pringle, Mgr, Bend, Oregon
the closo of Inst week hogs havo
maintained this lovel, although nil
othor American infjrkota have shown
n decided wonknops, North Portlnnd
being the highest by 10 conts. Tho
strength of tho sheep murkot ha
boon nblo to bring somawhut Increas
ed receipts this weok. Prices lmvo
advanced nnd lambs reached $7.80;
owes $5.75. Outlook strong.
Wso Desohutcn Spray Flour! It !s
tho bust made and a Rond product. -Adv.
ONB CKNT A WORD Is all a llttlo
Want Ad will cost you.
Special Attention to
AH arrnntemeata made for persoaa
deslrlnr to to south and east of here