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TIIK HEXD, I1ULLETIX, HEXIJ, OHE., WEDXESDAY. I1KCKMI1KU 20. 1015.
Wo tntto you nil
To the Merry Hall,
On New Year's Evo,
At the fort Hock Hall.
When Leap Year rolls In
The ladles will seek
Their partners.for dances,
And maybe for keeps, (T)
Whllo the Gentlemen servo
- Qood things to eat,
Good'muslc will cheer
All those who como here.
And we'll wish one another
A Hr.ppy New Year.
Fort Itock Times.
Theodoro Hartnagel, a rancher
living near Mctotlus, Is now reaping
tho reward of his unusual persever
ance, nna is a happy man In conse
For ten years Sir. Hartnagel has
lived on his ranch, and for tho great
er part of that tlmo he has hauled
water for a distance of ten miles.
Latterly, however, or since tho rail
road company put In a well at Me-
tollus, ho has -had but about threo
miles to haul water.
During this period of ten years,
Mr. Hnrtnagol worked at Intervals nt
digging a woll. To show the stuff
of which lie Is mado, ho blasted and
drilled 100 feet of solid rock, and
oven then was not discouraged, hut
kept pegging away by hand until ho
had reached u depth or 230 feet.
Then he began using machinery nnd
nt a depth of about 700 feet he
struck an abundant supply of good
water last week. Ho expects to put
in a gasollno pumping plant and sup
ply his near neighbors with water
Tho Commercial Club meeting held
Saturday night was ono of tho best
meetings hold for n long time. About
forty new members wore taken In.
Considerable business of Importance
was up for discussion, tho most Im
portant of which wns tho question of
a co-operative crcamory. Tho plan
its adopted at Bend was considered,
nnd a committee of three members
was appointed to inako further In
vestigation nnd report nt.tho next
meeting of the club which has been
Bet for January 8. La Pino lntor
Mountaln. The drive startod about 11 o'clock
with two lines of men In a circle sev
eral miles long. As tho outer wings
of the lines began to draw In toward
the corral extensions It was noticed
i that many rabbits wera being sur
rounded, but when the cloBlng-ln
work began tho Jacks wero seen scur
rying hither and thither In greater
numbori than had been seen at re-
When tho horde of rabbits had
been corralled and slain, It was found
that nearly G.000 had been captured.
Those present for the first time at a
rabbit drive remarked that they did
not know there wero bo many rabbits
In tho whole of Lake county. And
it must be remembered that this :s
Just one little locally tu this empiro
of a county, and that this Is the pest
which the ranchors want destroyed.
Silver Lake Leader.
A. H. Hammcrsley of Lakevlew
came Into that city ouo day last
week with a sampto of potassium ni
trate which assayed over 2B per cant
pure. Mr. Hnmmorsloy declared thnt
the sample had been secured In tho
Uocibo Laka Valley but refused to glva
the location of his find. Considerable
speculation has bcon occasioned by
It has been known for some time
that somo valuablo deposits of this
naturo were found along the eastern
border of tho county hut that thcro
might nlso ho .soma equally vnluable
around Uooso Lako had never been
suspected. If tho find Is nil thnt Mf.
Hnmmersloy claims for It, It should
provo a very valuable property.
With n new store already opened
for business, the coming of n first-
class physician and surgeon, anothor
attorney, tho completion of an up to
dato . Inoxhaustlhlo water supply,
prospect for Irrigation nnd othor no-
cessary Improvements comblncdi with
what we already havo, begin to look
like Culver will start tho now year
with a strong nnd steady growth!
Deschutes. Valley Tribune.
In violation of all the accepted
rules of tho gnmo, tho Record had a
cleanup day last week, and our plato
glass front Is now n thing of "Joy" to
look through. Jefferson County Rec
ord. As tho lumber business Is looking
up throughout tho country, the Cres
cent saw mill expects to do a big
business next year. Crescent Xows.
Kvery sack of flour manufactured
by tho Hond Flour Mill Company
comes from wheat grown In Jefferson
nnd Crook counties. Adv.
lluy Deschutes Spray Flour by so
doing you boost tho Central Oregon
farmer. None bettor made. Adv
For sign painting seo Edwards.
Cement, Lime, Plaster
OF ALL KINDS
Fir Flooring and
all kinds of Finish Lumber
THE OLD CUPPER SHIP.
Now Almost Vaniihod, Sht Wat One
Quotn of the 6em.
Ill memory of tho ship V. P. Fryo,
John Gould Fletcher writes In the New
Itepubllc a eulogy on "clipper ships."
now almost vanished from tho seas.
"Sometimes the lookout on a great
steamer wallowing olid thrashing
through the heavy seas by night sees
far off on his Ice Quarter something
like n lofty swinging light. Ilcautlful
nM a tiered cloud, a ghostly clipper ship
emerge from the surges thnt keep run
ning nwny before day on tho low Pa
clflc shore. Its upper works ore kin
dled by the sun Into shafts of rosy
flump. Swimming like ii duck, steering
like n fish, easy, yet dry, lively, yet
stiff, she lifts cloud on cloud of crowd
ed, stainless sail. Sho creeps nbcatr
within hall, sho skips, she rhnscs, she
outpaces like n mettlesome racer the
lumbering teakettle that keeps her
company. Ilefore xhe fudes luto the
weather quarter tho lookout cries'
Holy Jiggers! Are yon the Flying
Dutchman, that you go two knots to
our onef Hoarsely comes back this
answer from tho salt: 'Chnllcngo Is our
name. America our nation, llully Wa
terman our muster. We can beat crca
"Anil Its 'wav, rtlo:
'Way-liny tiny, tllo.
Oh. faro sou well, my pretty young glrlt
For wr're bound to tho rtlo Grande."
iikaij estate transfers.
Constance Hold to Hoy M. Fox It.
G, blk. G, Imperlnl.
W. A. llooth to First National
Hank of llcnd, no no IS, nV4 nw, 14
nw nw 13-17-13.
Crook County to C. P. Hcckcr tax
deed s sV4 se 2G-1C-11.
Chas. Hoyd tn Central Oregon Ir
rigation Co., no nw 28- bo bw, bw so
T. D. Innes to Geo. 11. Histcrhous
ot al nw nw 27-19-13, correction.
Hend Park Co. to E. E. Hlrnoy It
11. blk. 110 lot add, Hend Park.
Samo to J. L. Hathaway lta, 9-10-blk.
43, Center add, Hond.
'Q. H. Barclay to W. K. Aton assgn
ctr of ralo Its. 1-2, blk. 21, Hend, nw
Tho Hond Co. to Hend Park Co.
Us. 9-10, blk. 42, Center ndd, Hend.
Tho Hend Co. to Maud W. Wllkey
It. 14, blk. 20, Center add, Hend,
1). A. Shelborg to Huron Timber
Co. no nw, sVi sw 28-19-10.
Kenwood Promotion Co. to E, E.
Coffey Its. 7-8-9-10, blk. 3, Konwood,
J. II. Connarn to C. M. Hragg Its.
11, 12, blk. 2, Kenwood.
A. C. Lucas to Fred. Lucas Its. 11,
12,1) Ik. 2C Hend, n 05.13 ft. It. 3,
blk. 1, Hond, sw 2-17-14, sV4 nw,
Its. 1, 3, 4, no nw, nw no 7, sw se
Fred Lucas to Sadie Lucas same.
For sign painting seo Edwards.
ONE CENT A WOIID Is nil a little
Want Ad will cost you.
Pool and billiards at the Metro
politan. Just tho thing for a little
relaxation In the evening. Adv. tf.
Tho latest fad In Jewelry Is the
Frlondshtp link. Add a link of
friendship to her bracelet. You will
find the llnko In Sterling Bllvor pric
ed nt 25 cents and engraved tree at
Myron It. Symons, tho llond strcot
OHEGOX TRUNK TltAIX
Arrives ,..8;30 a. m.
Leaves , 7 p. in.
O..W. It. & N. TIIAIX.
Arrives 7:4f p. m.
Leaves . .tj 7:26 a. m.
AUTO STACK LINK SOUTH.
- Leaves 8:45 a. m.
Arrives 5 p. in.
Cart to Hums, Fort Klamath
- Fort Hock, Silver Lako and
- othor points south and south
- POST OFFICE HOURS.
General delivery dpen dally
9:15 a. m. to C p. m. and
Tuesday and Saturday, 7 to
7:30 p. m.
- No mall distributed on Sunday.
. Night train mall closes 0 p. m.
Day train mall closes 6:30 a. m.
- TELEGRAPH HOURS.
Western Union dally 7 a. in. to
- 7 p. m. Sunday nnd holidays
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour -
- service, Including Sunday.
DIHECTOHV OF OFFICIALS.
Prestdont Woodrow Wilson
Vlco President. .Thomas It. Marshall
Secretary of State . . Hubert Lansing
Secretary ot Navy . . Josophus Daniels
Secretary of War . . . .L. M. Garrison
Secretary ot Interior . . . ,F. K. Lano
Socretary Agriculture D. F. Houston
Secretary of Treasury .W. F. McAdoo
Socretary Commerce . .W. C. KcdUold
8ocrutnry of Labor . . . .V. 11. Wilson
Attorney General T, M. Gregory
Postmaster General .Albert Uurlcson
Governor James Wlthycombo
Socretary ot Btato ....11. W. Olcott
TroAiurcr Thos. 1). Ka
Atty. General Geo. M. Brown
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
J A. Church 111
Slate Printer Arthur Lawrence
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. HotT
Game Warden W. L. Flnley
State Engineer John 11. Louis
United Stales Senators
George E. Chamberlain
Hirry W. Lani
Congressmen C. N. McArthur
..............a..... N. 8. Slnnott
..............a.... .V. A, liswiey
Circuit Court Judge.. T. E. J. Duffy
District Attorney W. II, Wlrti
County Judge G. Bprlngor
Clerk Warren Hrowo '
Sheriff E. II. Knox
Treasurer Ralph Jordan
Assessor II. A. Foster
School Supt J. B. Myers
Coroner P. 11. Polndoxter
Surveyor 11. A. Kelly
Commissioners J. F. Hlanchard
II. 3. Ovorturf
Circuit Meets first Monday In
September and December and second
Monday in March.
Probata Meets first Monday Id
Commissioners' Meet first Wed'
nesday In January, March, May, July,
September, November and December.
Ilfild School District No. IS.
Directors J. N. Hunter, Chmn.
...........a......... It. M. Smith
J. Edward Larson
II. J. Oyerturt
City of Hend.
Mayor II. A. Miller
Recorder II. O. Ellis
Treasurer Mary E. Coleman
Chief of Police S. E. Roberts
City Attornoy ...II. H. Do Annond
City Engineer Robert 11. Gould
City Physician . . .Dr. J. C. Vnndevort
Councllmen ......... M. D. Knutson
, J. D. Davidson
. . . . . V i Theodore Aunn
L. O. Hudow
K. P. Hrosterhuus
8. C. Caldwell
Jiistlro of (ho Peace.
Bend Precinct J. A. Pastes
TO THE RESCUE
W w Hrt yowr Usnv, Bt you sst
ai wast tauoh Urn ctttia cur rM
hud t work
LOW PRICES, UETTERSBRV1CG
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLKAXINfl
"Put Your Dud
In Our Surf"
BUSINESS AND PUOFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
ItOIlKllT II. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Offlco Over PostofDco
Hond, ... Oregon
DH. J. C. VANDEVERT
l'liyslclnn nnd Surgeon
Phono Hod 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-C p. m.;
7-9 p. m.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
Onico In First Natlonnl Hank
Tel. BI1 Hend, Oregon
WILLAHD II. WIHTZ
O. S. DENSON
Attornoy At Law
Benson Building, Wall SJreot
VERNON A, FORUE8
h A W V K It
First National nabk Building
nend, :: ;: Oregon
a BOHQB B. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. H. Mineral Surveyor.
Room C First National Dank
J, II. Hell A. W. 81ms
CHOOK COUNTY AH8THAUT
Successors to The J. II. Honor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Ore.
1IEXI) PLU.M11INO AND
Steam and Hot Water Heating
DR. J. R. IIARR
Physician mill Surgeon
Deschutes Btnto Hank
Phono Muck 711
Kooflnjf of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and SkyllKhU.
?virfl y mtJM
Plumbing, Roofing, Furnace Work, Sheet Metnl Work
of All Kinds.
Central Oregoi Plumbing and Heating Company
PHONE RED II J. K. ENGEBRETSON. MGR.
laSE'ia" BEND HAULING CO. ftJR'j
K H IMLMI!Tll.V
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.
H. C. ELLIS
United States Commissioner
First National Hank Uulldlng
II. II. Do A It M O N D
Oregon Street. Hond, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
.Office- In Sather Building,
ilouru 9 to 12, 1 to 5,
Sundays and ovonlngs by
C. P. NI8WONOER. Hond, Ore.
Licensed Kinbaliner, Kuurral
Phone. Lady Assistant.
DR. 11. D. STOWELL
Ofllco over Mlllor Lumror Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
Phopo Rod 01
Hygienic, Dietetic nnd Natural
Chronic dlsordors a Specialty
1)11 It. II. KETCIIUM
OITlco hours: 9-12 ; 15
or by Appointment Hcan bids.
DR. A. A. llUIintS
Diseases cured without tho uso
of drugs or surgery by the nat
ural methods of healing. OtTlco
over F. Domont & Co.'s Grocery
PLUMI11NG (&. HEATING
Plumbing and Healing
117 MINNESOTA HTP.KUT
JOItlllNO PROMPTLY DONE
I. O. O. 1
Head Ioilge No, 218.
Regular meeting oYory Mon
day night at 8 o'clock In Bath
er's Hall. Visiting brothers
L. II. GLESS, N. a.
OEO. P. GOVE, Soerotnry.
this PArcrt rcpRcscNrcD rem ronciart
ADUERIISIHO 0Y THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of etch Cllr. Town snd
VIIUic, lit In tfiMtlpllto ktth ot
uli plwo, lucellon, popuUllon, ll
trtph. (hlpplnr t4 Vonklor polntl
slo CIaIS4 IiliMifMry, complltit ty
tuflntec snd profaiilon. A
I. fOLK t'(l., flRATTUg ,
STIlM IIEATniANEH WINTER.
Why not onjoy tho comforts of
Hie most systematic and econom
ical way of boating. Thu cost of
Installing nttum boat Is pnld for
many times by tlm comforts do
rived. Plenty of heat when and
where you want It at less cost
than stoves safer, cleai.ur, more