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THE HE.VI) HUM.ETIK, I1ENI), ONE., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IB, 1015.
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The Prlnoville-nedmond road is
rcceivhiB attention from the county
court, tho citizens or'uoth towns and
tho peoplo living along tho road.
Under tho supervision of Commis
sioner Ulnnchard tho road is being
straightened and graded up, and tho
exponso is being met one half by the
county and tho other by tho peoplo
along the road and in tho towns.
Crook County Journal.
Lloyd Miner, who has recently
taken over the- Iteeder market, re
ports his surprise at the demand for
tho Bond Truo Illuo flour. Ho has
two freighter outfits In Bond this
week loading out 15,000 pounds to
replenish his stock here. Mr. Minor
has Instructions from tho Now Uend
Flour Mill Company to guarantoo
every sack to give satisfaction or ro
fund tho money. Sliver Lnko Lead
er. Within the next day or two, H.
P. Swingle will sub-contract hauling
of tho mnll between La Pino and
Silver Lake from flio Pioneer Auto
Stngo and Truck Co. Tho contract
Is only for tho winter months and all
tho hauling v111 bo dono with to. ms. men employed making ties of these
Twenty horses nnd threo drivers will l,l,les when Central Oregon gets rail
bo used. Tho drivers employed aro rolul facilities to transport them to
Phln Smith, Davo Mlckol nnd Guy
Jamison. Along the line, horses will
bo chnnged and stabled at the Sum
mit and at Fort Rock. Fort Rock
Tho olection Tuesday was pulled
off under a handicap. In tho first
placo the election bourd went off half
cock bccnuso tho necessary poll book
and register were lacking and they
had to bo improvised. Such being
tho case, tho board had to swear In
all thosp whom they were not sure
had been previously registered. Reg
istration "A" blanks were not to bo
had In time, so they had to bo type
written in order that about twenty
persons could voto. Madras Pioneer.
At tho city election Mondny to
elect threo co"ncllmen for two yenrs
W. II. Hobbs and II. F. DeSouza
woro re-elected, nnd H. A. Schneldor
was elected. Tho voto wns very light
and not much Interest wns taken In
tho olection. Rut ono list of candi
dates wero on tho ballot. Redmond
Tho Portland police forco are get
ting more or less of a grilling at tho
hands of thoPortlnnd papers on ac
count of holdups and other lnwles3-
whll ,' mS!' trouble'
I with tho Metoltus police force. Jef-
ferson County Hecord.
There is much Improvement noted
in Culver and tho surrounding coun
try. Ono lino residence building Is
now under construction and work
will begin on two others booh. Tho
bringing of water to Culver is giving
a great Impetus to building. Tho
cement work on tho reservoir will be
completed soon as will nlso tho ditch
tine, ino laying of tho ploo will re-
quire about a week. A new general
store will begin operation next Sat
urday, thus adding another business
houso to the town. Deschutes Valley
With tho coming of n railroad Into
Contral Oregon, thoro will bo n great
uemand for construction material, quently to muster moleskin forces to
Among theso demands will bo found battle with the Multnomah Athletic
tho Item of ties, and when ono stops Club of Portland on tho Multnomah
to consider that thore is no sitbstl- field on one day while the Oregon Ir
tuto for tho woodon tlo nnd that It I rlgntlon Congress is in session In
must replaced every few years, It Portland.
v111 bo realized that the now despised Mr. Lnwson kept tho wires busy
Jack plno will lmvo n placo, and a Monday and Tuesday In an effort to
big ono In tho development of tho .mobilize tho members of tho recont
country. True, ns tlo material, It Is
not the best, but It stands nbout
third In rating. Tho fir and tamarack
hold first place, being about equal
In strength, etc. This being true,
In this country, tho Jnck plno will bo
"It" because of tho scarcity of othor
Thoro will bo ninny
they ore needed: Crescont
Tho stago compr.ny hns baen usy
tho past week getting their horsp
rigs strung out along tho ntnge lino
from Lakovlow to Silver Lako. Tho
wot weather of tho past few weeks
makes It apparent that they will bo
compelled to carry tho mall by tho
old system. It Is their plan to run
tho wagons from Lakovlow to Chand
ler stations, autos from thoro to
Prisloy, autos from Paisley to tho
Wm. Harvey ranch and wngonB from
thoro to tho Root ranch on Silver
Lake, then autos from there Into Sil
ver Lnko. Chovaucan Press.
'Twas plcacnnt within tho Sunday
School room Sunday If storniy with
out; and thoso who wero fortunnto
enough to bo thoro enjoyed a very
Interesting session. If you want to
fcol tho sunshine on a stormy Sun
dry, spend tho tlmo from olevou to
twelve In Sunday school. La Plno
Worked In the Hay Field.
Arthur Jones, Allen, Kniix., writes:
"I hnvo beon troubled with blndder
nnd kldnoy troubles for n good many
years. If It wero not for Foley Kid
nov Plllo I would never bo nblo to
Has taken over the lumber
department of THE BEND
COMPANY and will con
tinue the retail business in
Lumber, Building Supplies,
Cement, Lime, Plaster, etc.
work In the hay Held." Men and
women past middle aco And these
pills a splendid remedy for weak,
overworked or diseased kidneys. Sold
WOULD PLAY MULTfJQMAH A. C.
' Lawson Seeks More Olorlcs nml
Wants Assistance of Local Stars to
Piny in Portland.
Fired with tho deslro to conquor
now worlds, Douglas Lawson, Prino
vlllo's stellar half back in two recent
gridiron encounters with tho Uend
All-Stars. Is desirous of forming a
Prlnovllle-Ilond conlltlon and sulise-
Pond team. In this particular ho Is
meeting with great success. Lawson
hns been Informed that tho Winged
M athletes of Portland will tnko tho
Ilend-Prlnovlllo alliance on for n bat
tle while tho Irrigation congress Is
on In tho Hose City nnd ho wants to
enllBt Stover, llrnndenburg, Ersklnc,
Ward, Prlnglo and Lamberson to
mnko tho winter mnrch to Portland.
It Is understood that tho list of Pond
volunteers, upon whom Lawson has
called, aro all willing to don tho
moleskiiiB for tho Milrd battle this
senson and go to Portland, whero
they will try to lift sumo of this
yenr's glory from tho well known
Portlnnd amateur nthlotcs.
If Lawson's plan matures three
day's prnctlco will ho held In Uend
some tlmo this weok.
NORTH PORTLAND, Dec. 13 On
ly a small supply of cattlo on hnnd
for Monday's market. Prlmo steers
mado a Jump of 3C cents nnd cows
went up n dime. At! other lines aro
holding stondy nt previous quota
tions. Another largo run In tho hog
division with prices going n nickel
hotter thnn nt tho close of last wcok.
It Is surprising at the way tho mar
ket is holding under tho fnco of the
large runs of Into. Ono load of
cholco hogs wont nt $C,0I, bulk at
$C, A small run of sheep enmo to
day with prices holding steady. Prlmo
lambs aro quoted at $7. CO, owes
$G.G0, wethers $0.50.
Servlco next Sundny ns follows:
Sundny school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. Mrs. Reed will alng nt
this service. Tho choir will render
a Musical Cantatn ontltlod "Tho
Light Eternal," by Pctrle, nt tho 7:30
p. in. service. Tho soloists will be
ac follows: Soprano, Mrs. Marton
Coo nnd Mrs. Forrest; alto, Mrs. Sll
vls; bass, Dr. It. D. Ketchum nnd
tenor, Clins., W. Ersklnc. The choir
as n wbolo will render a number of
choruses. Mrs. Myrtle J. Schlappl
will read tho "Chariot Pace" from
lion Ilur nt tho evening service. A
silver offering, for the benefit of tho
choir work, will bo received nt tho
ovenlng service. II. C. llnrtrr.nft,
P.II1I0 school 10 n. m. Preaching
service 11 o'clock, subject, "The
Wlso Men nnd the Star." Young
people's mooting 0:30 p. in. Con
ducted by Miss Dnvls. Preaching ser
vice 7: no. S bject. "Tho Wleo Men
nnd their Olfts." There will bo spe
cial music nt both of these services.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
7:30. E. CI. Judd, pnBtor.
RECEPTION' IS POSTPONED.
Tho general reception, which wns
reported last week to occur on Do
coniher 18 under tho auspices of tho
Commercial Club, nsslstcd by tho
Library Club nnd the Parent-Teacher
Association, has been postponed to
some convenient (Into later than Jan
uary Hi. The change wns inndo up
on tho belief Hint after tho 15th of
January there would bo many moro
now people In Uend.
VACATION In Portland,
with sldo trips outside, will
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
UOIIEHT II. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Office Over PostofTIca
Bond, - Oregon
Dit. J. C. VANDEVERT
Physician nnd Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-5 p,
7-9 p. m.
W. Q. MANNING, D. M. 1).
Ofllco In FlrBt National Hank
Tel. nil llond, Oregon
WILLARD II. WIRTZ
L A W Y '. R
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At L a v
UonBon Building, Wall Stroot
VERNON A. FORBES
Ij A W Y K It
First National Bank Building
Bond, :: :-: Oregon
a h o r a e s. y o u n a
Civil nml Irrigation Engineer.
U, S. Mineral Kim e) or.
Room C First National Bank
J. B. Boll A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J, U, Hnnor
Abstract Co., Prlnovmo, Oro.
REND PLI'MIIINU AND
Stcnm and Hot Wnlor Hunting
DR. J. R BARR
Physician ami Surgeon
Doachutes Htiito Bank
Phono lllatk 711
Koofinf,' of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices nnd Skylight.
Plumbing, Roofing, Furnace Work, Sheet Metal Work
, of All Kinds.
Central Oregon Plumbing and Heating Company
PHONE RED II J. E. KNGKI1HETSON, MGK.
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COAL AND WOOD.
H. C. ELLIS
United States Comitilsloiier
First National Dank Dullding
II. II. Do A R M O N D
Oregon Street. Bend, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNAHN
l)"E N T 1 K T
Oinco In Sathor Building.
Hourii 9 to 12, 1 to r..
Sundays nnd ovonlngB by
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Llrcn.ed Einhalmcr, Funeral
Phono. Lndy Assistant.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ofllco over Miller Lumlor Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to C
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lleml Lodge No. i!IH.
Regular mooting ovnry Mon
dny night nt 8 o'clock In Bath
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L. II. GLESH, N. G.
QUO. P. GOVE, Socretnry.
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many tlmo by tho oomfortH de
rived. Plenty of heat wbtm nnd
where you want It u Ions cost
than stoves uufor, cluui.er, moro