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TDK 11END HULLKT1N, IJKND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, Al'IUIi 5!8, 101.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
ItODKHT D. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
D E N T I 8 T
Ofllco Ovor Postofflco
Dcnd, ... Orogon
DH. E. ItEA NOItHIS
Physician nnil Surgeon
Ofllco Snthcr Building
Microscopic and X-ray work
Tol. Black 271
Hours: 10-12 n. m.; 2-1 p. m.
7-9 p. in.
WILLAIID H. WIRTZ
Ii A W Y 3 It
0. S. BENSON
Attorney At Ij n w
BcnBOU Dulldlng, Wall Strcot
VERNON A. FORUE3
Ii A W Y E It
First National Bank Building
Bond, :-: :: Oregon
GEORGE S. YOUNG
Civil mill Irrigation Engineer.
IT. 8. Mineral Suneyor.
Room 6 First National Bank
J. B. Boll A. V. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ADSTltACT
Successors to Tlio J, H. Ilnncr
Abstract Co., Prfnovlllo, Ore.
ROBERT W. SAWYER
NOTARY P V It Ij I O
Bullotln Ofllco, Bond, Oregon
Ropresontatlon boforo tho Des
ert Land Board and Stato
ROBERT CECIL WYGANT
Attorney nt Law
Water Rights Building
Desert Land Salam,
Engineering Law Oregon
TO HE RESCUE
3MHBWMI MgP II ! if
Wa will tav rour linen, but you muM
not waate much tint ettlni our rcicu
band at work
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
Hut Your Uuds
In Our Suds"
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. L MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
H. H. D o A It M O N D
Orogon Street. Bend, Orogon
II. C. ELLIS
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
AN OUTING on THE DESCHUTES
In Every Pool, Behind Every Sheltering Rock, for
a Distance of 200 Miles, Lurks a Gorgeous Rainbow
BY DLAINE IIALLOCK
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Ofllco In Sathor Building.
Houra 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sundays and evenings by
O. P. NISWONOER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Enihalincr, Funeral
Phono. Lady Assistant.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ofllco over Miller Lumlor Co.
Wall Strcot Hours 0 to G
Phono Rod CI
J. E. Engeb'retson
Plumbing and Heating
117 MINNESOTA STREET
JOIIIIINU PROMPTLY DONE
(Reprinted from Tho Oregon Sports
man for April.)
Tho question has often been put to
me by enthusiastic anglers, "Whero
can I go for a Sunday fishing trip,
that I may get a mess of trout and
still lose no time from work?" Aftd I
reply, "Tho Deschutes." ThlB too,
with vory llttlo consideration for tho
so-called "fishing season." Rig fish
pan bo taken rom the Deschutes tho
Even today but comparatively fow
of tho cult reallzo what an angler's
paradlsa this wild stream really is.
Tumbling from tho high mountain
meadows and draining a myriad of
crystal lakes nt tho very top of tho
Cascades, tho Deschutes river rushes
north for nearly tho entire length of
our good old state, flnnlly muring
Into tho Columbia cast of Tho Dalles,
whore its turbulent waters nro sooth
ed nnd blended Into Mint great flow
to tho tea.
In every pool, behind ovcry shol-
belng, nnd haul In lino off tho rod
with your free hand.
But gamoy us ho Is, tho fish cannot
last long against such heavy odds,
and with luck you aro soon nblo to
dip him up In your landing net, nnd
a beauty ho Is Indeed.
And so tho dny ndvnncc9. You
land somo of them, nnd moro you
lose. Jinny n lusty fellow takes or
breaks n hook or loader, nnd many
another workB tho hook from his
mouth In tho fight.
During tho heat of tho day tho fish
aro close under tho banks In tho
shade of tho willows. In tho after
noon they move moro lelsuroly across
to tho shady side, and If you happen
to bo on tho wrong side of tho r-lvor,
then you had best crawl under tho
trees nnd take n nap. Tho evening's
fishing will tax your strength nnd
When tho last rays of tho sun
havo left tho river, pick out a long.
choppy, deep rllllo with foamy, brok
on water at Its head, nnd whip out
ney action and mornings I felt all
tired out. Whllo suffering In that
way, I was advised to try Bonn's Kid
ney Pills and I did so with tho best
of results. Thoy brought mo b.nelt
to good health, rellovlng all thol
troubles from which I had suffered j
so long, wncnovcr J nnvo needed n
kidney medlclno since, I linvb taken
Doan's Kidney Pills with lino re
sults." Prlco CO cents nt nil dealers.
Don't simply ask for a kidney rem
edy get Doan's Kidney Pills the
samo that Mis. Hodgors had. Fostor-
Mlltmrn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.-Adv.
Mnko Good Work Possible.
You cannot do good work while
your bowels nro sluggish or your liv
er torpid. Win. O. E. Blolko, nian
agor Scott Hotel, Hancock, Mich.,
says: "I gave Foloy Cathortlc Tab
lets a thorough trial, and find them
mild but safo cathartic." Foley
Cathartic Tablets novor gripe or
cnuso nnusen. They do away with
that drowsy, tired feeling and nre
wholesome, cleansing nnd hcnlthfiil.
Most satisfactory for stout persons.
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
torlng rock, nlong every choppy rllllo fifty or sixty feet of line. You will
for this whole dlstanco of moro than now havo to wade out, nnd cast nil
WEAR get a pnlr of WORLD'S
WE also havo tho agoncy for
NAP-A-TAN Shoes for men and
R. H. LOVEN
Tho Shoo Repair Man
Bond Street Bond, Oro.
Bend Hauling Co.
It. N. PALMERTON
Wood for Sale
Olllco with R. P. Mlulcr
Olllco Phono Black (1(1
Itexldcnco Dlnck -Dili
I. o. o. 1
Ilcnd Lodge No. 1MH.
Rogular meeting every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Hatt
er's Hall. Visiting brotheu
L. II. a LESS, N. G.
GEO. P. aOVE, Socretary.
two hundred miles lurk gorgeous
rainbow trout eager to nttack tho
proffered luro. This stream Is at our
vory dooryards. Two nights on a
sleeper, a wholo elghtecn-hotir day on
tho river, and we are back on tho
Job, refreshed from tho Jaunt and
richer by a full creol and a full heart.
There aro nt least three kinds of
gamo fish In tho Deschutes, the beau
tiful, gamoy rainbow (Snlmo Irldous)
or red-stdc, as ho Is locally known;
his less sporttvo though moro power
ful cousin, tho Dolly Virdon (Snlvc
llnus malum), who Is a char as dis
tinguished from a true trout; and tho
rather Inconspicuous though really
good flail, tho whitoflsh (Corcgonus
oregonus) sometimes called a gray
Each of theso fish commands our
respect fur Us different fighting qual
ities. Tho lordly surges nnd spectac
ular leaps of the trout oxclto keenest
admiration. Tho vigorous power and
Billion roslstciico of tho char conipol
us to respect this voracious fish and
cnitBe us Bomo unenslncsB for tho
safety of our tacklo. As to tho whito
flsh, his skillful dodges and quick
turns In whlto, foamy water give us
many a thrill, whllo his ability to
grab, In swift current, n spoon hook
thrco times tho slzo of his tiny squara
mouth Is a source of constant wonder.
From tho first of April till well In
to tho winter llsh can bo taken from
tho Deschutes, and I havo no doubt
bait fishermen enn got them oven
during tho winter and oorly Bprlng
when tho stream Is swollen nnd
cloudy. Tho vory cream of tho soa
boii howovor, oxtonds from about tho
first of May, when tho caddlsllles
hatch, till tho last ono disappears to
ward tho end of June. At this ttnio
tho merest novlco can got Mali, nnd
thoy nro In tho pink of condition.
Theso (lies cmorgo from tho nob-
bled shell whero they havo spent tho
lnrvnl stage of their hrlof career, and
hang In great numbers upon tho wll
lowa nnd brush along tho bnnkH of
tho stream. It Is thon that thu fish
lie closo undor tho banks, waiting
for tho flics to drop. And It Is thon
that tho fishing Is. at Its easlost und
Start your day's work with plenty
of No. 4 and No. fi cnddlslllcs, tied
especially tn Imitation of this Insect,
and don't forgot to ernk up half n
dozen six-foot leaders for Immcdlato
uce. Tho fish nio largo nnd powerful,
and your tacklo Is bound to Buffer.
I havo learned to pin my faith on tho
big hooks at this sonBon of tho year.
Nothing smaller than No. 0.
Approach tho stream with caution.
Although tho fish aro closo In, they
aro by no means as bold ns this might
Eeoni to Indicate, Thoy aro closo to
shore bcauso tho files aro thero, but
for this reason thoy nro oven moro
ehy than usual. Do not expect too
much of tho big, flno-looklng pools.
Tho (la h nro not there In May. Leave
them for tho September fishing.
Cast your fly lightly Into the com
paratively still water abovo somo low
Uso cracked corn for chicken feed
tho now Bend Flour Mill has It.
Adv. GO tf
i M ', Jl H It I I JVil " IS
A MODERN CITY WITHIN
ITSELF Is this hotel. (.."SO
lieilioon-H! bountiful lobby;
litany illnliiK nnd l-crrptton
rooms; good rnfc; finest
grill In tho West nnd ov
ti amply low rnlei. Stop hero
when In Portland.
J50 Ilooni.s ,f,l o
KM) lloom.H lth lmth. .9110
100 Hoonm with bath. ,ljt2.00
S!0(l Lnrgo outside mmiiiin,
Extra per.MMi In room,
-SI. 00 additional
I -- I
tho line you can handle. A 9V4 or 10
foot rod, with plenty of backbone, Is
needed for this work. If you nro
going to buy a rod get n good ono.
A hand mndo Hardy, Leonard, Thom
as or any other of tho standard rods.
A cheap, whippy rod Is worso than
nono at nil. For long, accurate cnBt
tng you should havo u tapered lino of
at least thirty yards.
Tho llsh nro now In tho open wnlor
nnd you aro not hid from them as
you wero In tho morning. A long
cast, thoreforo, Is Indispensable.
Uso two files. If they do not strike
n cnddls, try n McGlnty. It Is n
grent takor for evening fishing on tho
r I (lies. Cast tho head of the rllllo and
work down. As tho bait comes quar
tering In off tho current nt tho too of
tho swift' water, look out. Your 11 y
Is under tho surface You aro handl
ing lots of lino. Your footing In tho
swift water Is precarious. , This Is
the test of your nerves.
Watch tho fly or tho spot whero
you think It Is! Any quiver of tho
waters, any slacking of tho Hue, any
lumpy Bwtrl, tho faintest ,loam or
tod or silver, Is tho sign. Strike!
You may miss him yen may bo f idl
ed, but you ennunt nffo.'d to wnlt for
tho Jerk. If you do you havo wultod
too long. Your fish is quicker In tho
Hwtft water than ho Is In tho still
places under tho willows. Tho lu iiu,
tho gleam of silver, the alnck In your
lino; they mean that a fish wmit.i
your fly. Try to take It n"vny frtiM
him.' You will find that ho Is tho
quicker. Your vory act will Bond 'ho
hook homo to tho bony substance f
his bony mouth.
Then tho light nil over ngnln, v.ll'i
vnrlallotiB, until your flngnrs grov
cramped from gripping tho rod and
yi.tr BhouldorB acho from tho woirflit
of tho heavy creel.
i "t-Iv tbn bIuuIowh loiiglho-i and
tho light fades from tho wi'.v. A
breezo springs up from tho uou'h. 1 1 o
fishing Is over for tho day. You dry
your wet feet nnd legs by tho uncer
tain hent cf a sagebrush II ro over
which you lmvo brewed u tin pot of
coffee und fried a scrap of bacon. Tim
purpio BliadowH gather deep In the
hollows formed by tho high rlm
rocks. Tho ragged summits, of thoi
TWO ADNUTI3S WALK PROftl POSTOITICU
GOOD KOOMS, GOOD A1UALS
GOOD SI2KVICU IN UVRRY WAY
NOTHING UI1TT12R IN HUM). COME AND Sl-U.
Is Bend's Leading
It Im n 11 reproof building
It Is thoroughly modern
It Is comfortable, commodious, cleiiu-
ItOOMS FROM fiO CENTS UP
Tho wants of nil nro Hallslled Melt at
THE WRIGHT HOTEL
Automobiles (o all Interior Poiuls
THE WRIGHT t!0TEL
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Electric Lighted Throughout
Special Attention to
THE BEND HOTEL
naro inns nro hiiiiououcu ngnlnst a
fur sky studded with millions of tiny
brilliant etars. The d'ty Is dono. Anil
It has boon a gocd day. You are tir
ed hut happy, as you dozo In tho llt
tlo station hiil'dlng out thero In thu
big, HIU night, waiting for your
train, you offer up a silent prayor of
tlinnkfulnofs. You are glad to bo
nllvo and you nro not nBhanied to
bo a fisherman,
Prco bus to
and from trains
HUOH O'KANE, MANAQEn
All nrrmigemcnlH mndo for persons
desiring to go jioutli and cost of here
NORTH PORTION!), April 2:2.
Tho receipts for tho week havo tcnii
Cattlo 101 a, calves 32, hof.s, 1807,
sheep 2347. With n fair run of rat
tlo Monday tho bulk of Rules dupli
cated lost week price. Heavy stuff
Is nol In demand, whllo light stuff
Lfll'i Scoli net vt tijm&MBr
thmifllaitad a fMirLilfttAiR.f
ini (rauccu. irxr u lpculir ,
If Inia Ii nun- luildiuLbril.
. -g . . - -. .
Tii Cbu. IL LUlr Ca 3ultU
unlit rnfirlll r til n tmm Omirn rluilii.
f .111 . - -. At !.. l 1' " iukmii nuuu iimiii Vi WHWIVU
uuiiBi ib winow or u i uiu mur . uu 8(eor8 rQ ,,,, t $7 c , ? ?r
nf n hnlf miliniurirnd roek near tbn -.... . . -.... I.
sharo. Keep well out of sight nnd lot
tho fly float naturally along with tho
OREGON and WASHINGTON
Directory of each City, Town and
VIlUc. (Ivlnr detcrlptlvo "ketch of
each .place, location, population, teU-
traph, hipping- and uanuinc pomi)
alio ClaiilSed Directory, compiled by
tulni and profeialon. .
L B. t. POLK A CO- KKATTLB
current. Do not attempt to keep It
on the surface. A big trout seldom
takes his food from tho very surface
of the water. However, do not allow
tho Black lino to pull tho lly; let tho
lly pull the lino, lly nil means keep
your eyo on the hook. Theo n-i.
sides aro as quick as lightning whui
thov Btrlke. Hut do not expect n
wild rush. It Is only the llttlo trout
which splaBhcg at the fly and loops
out of tho wnter beforo It Is hooked.
Your big trout moves rapidly up to
tho partially submerged lly and sucks
It Into his mouth with llghtulng-llko
rapidly, though with hardly a flut
ter on the surface wntor. Tho strlko
of a big trout la known In the fish
erman s vornacuiar oh a lump.
cuws SG.2I) to SG.7C, bulls $1 to1
SG.7S, and stags $0 to $0.50. A light I
run of loirs In thu hwIpo division
forced the market up 1C to 20 cents
over last week's quotations. Ono t
lond sold for $7.8?i whllo bulk sales
wont at I7.CC to $7.80. Prlmo light!
hogs nro bringing 7.85 at close of
wcok. Demand good. Not many '
sheep came to uiurket this week nnd
quality ofTored did not qualify for
top prlcoH. Shearling lambs nro quot
ed nt 7.75 to 8, oweB JG.60 to $r..7fi
anu yearlings ?c.75 to 7. Fu't
wools nro $1 higher than prices quoi
cd on abovo BhenrlliigB,
Straightened Him Out,
J. P. Jones, Ilootho, Ark., wrlloi:
"I had a scvore case of kldnoy trouble
and could do no work at all. Foley
Whmi thn water anpears to lump tin Kidney PIIIb Btralghtonod mo out nt
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in 1110 VlClllliy 01 your liy, mrinu nvu. inu nuitiu oiuij l luill uj
C. II. SIIAFJSK, Miunifrcr
Handy to large stores, theatres and banks
Comfortable and Convenient
A Heslaurant of high class with very moderate
prices in Connection
R.OOM RATES: With bath Sl.fiO tip
With bath privileges 31 tip
A WORD IS ALL A
LITTLIi WANT AD
WILL COST V00.
quick and hard. Tho fish can spit
out tho lly with quite ns much dex
terity as ho can pick it up, and ho
loeos no tlin6 In doing so when ho
finds that ha has been fooled.
Your line Is brought up taut
oga'nst something cut thern undor
tho willows! For a sccrnd It romalni
ftretched motionless. You wonder If
you havo hooked a snag.
thousands of others; weak back,
rheumatism, kidney and bladder
troubles yield quickly. Hofo and of.
fectlvo. Pnttoison Drug Co. Adv.
"IN A HAD WAY."
Many a (lend reader will foal grate
ful for this Information. If your
back gives out: becomes lame, wenk
Rut only! or aching; If urinary troubles set In,
for a fleeting second are you In doubt, perhaps your kidneys nre "lu a bad
Thon follows a battle royal. The big. way. Don t delay uso Doan's Kid
brilliant fish leaps clesr of tho water inny Pills. Hore Is good ndvlro of
I time after lime. He rushes madly
out Into the current, and you must
check his heavy surges. He dashes
back to the home pool with such mar
velous speed that to recover your
slack line Is a problem. When he
makes one of these home runs It Is
their worth. Mrs. Susie Kodgers, 912
Wilson street, Hood Illvcr, Oregon.)
says: "Kidney complaint came on m
gradually and finally I couldn't got '
up. I had burning pales all through!
my kidneys and I got no weak that I
It was all I could iln tn ent nrnnnd
best to Ignore tho reel foi the time. My rest was broken by Irregular kid-
CENTRAL OREGON'S nm:' ,'" ,:- acijiiiknt,
Vci ; - IY""' , , v" 1'I.ATi: (1I.ASS, AUTOMO.
Leading INSUKANCb Agency him:, hlhhty iiondh.
City a ml Farm Property
AUBREY) Lots $150 to $350
HEIGHTS ( TERMS: $5 Cash ami
OROKLA) 3 AlQ"thy
IHHKUTKD LANDS A KPKCIAI.TY
J a njACFCCI Ofllco on Oregon Htrect
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