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THE I1ENJI IJUMiKTIN, IinM), ORB., WKDXKSDAV, MARCH 1.1, 1010.
MORE SURVEYORS BUSY
l'nrty Running Lino Tonnrd llcnd
From Siik'in. h
SALEM, March 10. Railroad sur
veyors who refused to say for whom
they woro working were said' by
Snlomi resIclcnlH Inst evening to ltavo
boon running linos from this city to
, Ward Mill City and Mlnto's Pass,
1 which Is In tho direction of llond.
! One report has It that tho Hill In
terostB have somothiiiK to do with the
Chnrlos It. Jones, u local resident,
t -was told by onu of tho survoyors that
. n round houso and machlno shop,
t, which would give employment to
ninny roon, woro among tho possibilities.
E. T. LUTHY IS
Itnnclicr Will Make linn for Olllcc of
Ernest T. Luthy, n rancher of tho
Ilonr Creole district, this week an
nounced himself n candidate on tho
Democratic ticket for the ofllco of
county commissioner subject to the
May primal los,
Mr. Luthy has been a rosldent of
tho county for tho last six years, dur
ing most of which tlmo ho hns been
engaged In farming. Ilororo coming
to llond ho was a resident of Salem
for n. number of yonrfc.i llo was em
ployed for Homo tlmo there In tho of
llco of tho county clerk of Marlon
county. Mr, Luthy has Keen etrong
ly urgod by many farmers of tho
county to mnko tho raco for commissioner.
John Dowd, 104 years old, the last
survivor of the orlglnnl territory,
who has been visiting with relatives
near llond for several weeks loft yes-
tcrday for Yamlilll county. Mr.
Dowil Is enjoying good health and ex
pected, when he left, to mnko tho
trip without difficulty. Ho has been
a resident In Oregon since 48.11''
IMUHiHAM WELL ATTi:XINi.
The program given by the pupils
of tho public schools assisted by tho
Library Club last Friday evening In
the llend Theatre was well attended
by the people of tho town. Tho pro
ceeds will bo devoted townrd tho
purchase of children's books to bo
plnced In the library.
RAILROAD FROM WEST
(Continued from Pago 1.)
1'ict.ldent of Oregon Trunk Spends
Day in Town.
L. C. Oilman, president of tho Ore
Kon Trunk mid connected roads of
tho Hill system, spent yeitordny In
llcnd. Willi him wnro W. C. Wilkes,
nsslstant general frolght and passen
ger ngent and J. T. Hardy, travelling
frolght and passenger agent.
According to Mr. (lllmnn his visit
lind no especial slgiilllcnnco. Ho
canio up hero, lie said, merely tn look
things over and sea what wns going
on. When asked for his opinion or
tho Strnhorn roads he said that he
liopod to seo Mr. Strnhorn succeed.
Tho proposed lino from Salem Mr.
(lllmnn said wns n mystery to him.
Mr. (lllmnn spent n largo portion
of his tlmo at tho now mills nnd In
tho timber. Ho returned to Portland
country In tho vicinity of llond,
Crook county. A couplo of weeks
ago a crow of surveyors started out
of Salem, via High street and Hush's
'paBturo' In n duo easterly direction
Last week they wore reported as hav
ing pnssed through Stnyton and on
their wny to Mcliamn. They woro
''saying nothing but sawing wood' but
It Is known thnt they woro headed for
Mill City and It would not bo at all
surprising If their objective point
woro llend, by way of tho celebrated
Mlnto pass, tho easiest nnd most di
rect prospective rnllrond routo to got I
Into the rich country Of Central Ord-
gon. It may be thnt Jim Hill, whllo
tho Harrliunn lino Is tied up '"' tho
Natron-Klnmnth cut-off, Is trying to
bent him to It."
Try the Altninont for meals,
Dining room mndo larger nnd pleas
lluy a luonl
ticket at tho Alta-
itAxer.its to meet.
A joint mentlug of tho rntiRcrs and
uftlclnls of thn Deschutes and Ochnco
national foronts will bo held In llend
on Mnrch 27 nnd 28 at tho ofllco of
tho supervisor of tho Deschutes for
cist. Matters thnt will oomo betoro
thn olllclals for the coming season
will be discussed. An nlllrlnl of the
dlstilct ollK'o of Portland will bo pres
tint at the meeting.
Try our fresh bread nnd pastry.
Carmody Urothors. llond street.
Adv. 35 tf
For sign painting see Edwards.-
Wo nro now prepared to got out
kodak finishing promptly In tho glass
or dull finish with white borders.
Ellto Studio. Adv.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
minding the conforenco thit the Den
ham Falls unit had been turned down
by Uio co-oporotlvo stato-and-fodcral
survey, and that no ono except those
interested with a view to possible
private profit gavo a hnng what lio
calne of the project which Is admit
Xi Ono From llcnd.
.llend wnsjiot ropies.cntod. Fred
Wallace of Tumalo was' chosen secre
tary, labored hard and did all he
could, as usual. Hill Hnnley wns in
tho forefront of thn Irrlgntlonlsts'
"thin red lino" of I. W. W.'s which
moans "I Want Wntor."
Jay Upton of Prlnevllle wan nlso
on tho Job working for tho EngebrtiBh
country, whllq President Drawer of
tho Irrigation Congress '(and once of
Hedmond), did his level befit, and
oven John Hell, now moved from
Prlnevllle to Eugene, kept his nlll-
nnco with tho sunBhlne country when
tho Wtllatrjoters unfortunately In
sisted upon breaking up the confor
enco upon geographic lines.
Tho biggest nnd most offoctunl and
best respected of Central Oregon's
friends was Hobert li. Strnhorn.
"Uncle Hob" wns THERE. Thnt Is
all that needs to bo cold. And evon
If ho didn't get entlroly'whnt ho hop
ed for, be accomplished a whole lot.
A. L. Mills, chosen chnlrmnn of tho
conference, with C. C. Clirpman as
efficient henchman, strlvcd for united
action, and overyono knows thnt Mr.
Mills Is for tho state-aid plan en
thusiastically. Incidentally, It mny
be ndded truthfully, that Mr. Mills Is
n first class friend nnd believer In
llend and Central Oregon.
Advertisements Inserted under this
heading at the rate of ONE CEXT A
WORD each Insertion. Cnih must
accompany nil orders from persons
not hating ii regular account with
Tho Hulk-tin. No ndicrtlsemcnt taken
for less than in cents each Insertion.
vn'Ti'iw is o msrikW.
An enlarged color print of East
take taken by II. It. Hlloy of I. a Pino
Ik on display at Heed & Morton drug
Htoro this weiik. Tho photngrrph was
taken from a cliff more than 800 feet
tibnvo thn water's edge, and Is con-
sldcrod by persons who have hon at.
tho like a remarkable reproduction
1 A most complete list of seed for
SurliiK sowing has been obtnlnod bv
tho Hand Flour Mill Co. Evory snek
thoroughly .rimmed so as to loave
nothing but the large plump berry,
boo our advertisement. Adv.
nrntlon, such as It wns, with rural
Some of the Objection,
Mr. Kay's objections to stnto aid
for Irrigation, or bonding tfr bond
guaranteeing, woro published In The
Ilullotln two weeks ngo. Dolled down
ho thinks tho stnte oughtn't to bond
nnd mightn't to oncourago Irrigation
further, nt this time.
One of tlw Treasurer's chief points
nnd his stand Is of Interest ns echo
ing tho snntlmonts of some of tho
ultra-cbnflorvntlvo ennforcs In Hint
there Isn't nny demand for Irrigated
or drained land.
Ho Hinted thnt llttlo land bad been
sold on thn Tumnlo project sjneo com.
plctlnn, using this as an nrgument to
show Hint oven If more Irrigation Is
i.rdortnken no ono wants tho land.
Hut Just Micro I.nlr Thompson of
l.nkavlnw climbed Into tho nronn nnd
reminded tho pessimistic guardian nf
the treasury thnt the big reason lands
haven't sold Is hecatiHo thn Stnto de
liberately has refrained from tryliiR
to sell them pending tho satisfactory
mending of tho rservulr.
Further, Kny limited tho petition
of Central Oregon wstor users ask
ing Hint no further oxtennlon of con
tract bo oxtendod on tho Ilenhnm
Fulls unit, arguing that this meant
the cottiers thomselvus opposed fur
ther Irrigation devolopmoiit. Thomp
son properly answered this by ro-
aaar I UiU
A New Fresh Stock of
GARDEN AND GRASS SEED
Just Arrived. Also a
Full Line of
Prices Right as Usual
Bend Hard-ware Co.
FOR RENT Modern, furnished
room. Inquire of Mrs. Howard Pal
mer, ono block east of Gilberts meat
FOR RENT 22 acres alfalfa, .15
acres good oat land. Heat of terms.
John E. Wllllnms, 3 miles northwest
of Deschutes. 2-3p
FOR RENT Ono threo room and
ono four room house. J, Ryan &
TO LEASE 80 acres of Irrigated
land, ntllo from Torrobonno.
Houso and barn. 25 acres In alfalfa.
70 acres undor cultivation. Inqulro
nugn u Kane. -sotfc
FOR SALE FIno old Snlinrd vlo
lln. Day Music store. 2tfc
FOR SALE Houso and1 lot, t
block from mill. Fnvornhlo torms.
Inqulro Ilulletln, ,. 2tfc
FOR 8AUJ-8oven passenger dial
mors ntitomobllo yltli $235 Worth of
now extra parts. Cheap, Wright Ho
FOR SALE First class furniture,
consisting of 2 leather upholstered
rockers, bod, mattress, spring,, din
ing tnblo, (! leather seided chairs,
rugs, library tnUe, rnnfe, chlrfonlor,
snn'tsry couchos and other things for
bale very reasonable. Call first door
no! th of I.ouvro rtwtarrant on llond
htirot. Must b old this Qek. Sp
FOR'SALE Two huti' r r,)l sto'vo
with ovon. Also ladlo ir.inlc. Phono
Red 171. 2p
FOR SALV-1'lr.u little ? roorarj
bungalow, excellent locution, cheap
for rash or tonus. Foot of St. Hel
ens drive. Mm. Polk. 2p
FOR SALE Flvo bend of horses,
.1 weight about 130(1 pounds. S seven
yonrs old, maro nnd horso, mare
ilropg colt noxt month; 2 horses, one
We have seven new, up-to-date houses, located
close to both mills, with city water, electric lights
and sidewalks. Prices
$830 to $1,000
We have two houses in the most desirable resi
dential district, splendid river view, only fifteen
minutes walk from mills, all modern conveniences
Prices $1,750 and $2,000
Our terms of payment on these houses are 1 0
cash and balance on easy monthly installments.
WHY PAY RENT when you can get a home nnd pay for it on
about the same terms. Come and see us it you want a home or
anything in real estate.
D. E. HUNTER
THE BEND COMPANY
Office corner Wall nnd Ohio Streets.
D years, ono 12 years, about 900
pounds. Two cows, wagon nnd bar
ncsn. Cntl second hand store. Dark
loy. , 2-3p
FOR SALE-Puro bred S. C. Rhodo
Island Rod eggs, $l)."0 nnd 2 por
lent condition. I'rlco low, terms cash.
Inqulro of F. R. Prlnco c-o Tho Sliov-Hn-IIIxon
FOR SALE Automobiles: 1916
H-pmobllo Just llko new. At n oac
rlflco prlco. 1911 Dctroltnr In per
il; or G nnd $7 Per hundred. Alsol'O" condition, demountable rims.
a few line cockorols. Two IncubntorH. Extra casing, tubes, etc. Light sor
Wrlto for particulars. Chas. A. Mc- vlceablo car. 3i0. Sco llond Oar
Lane, It 2, Tho Dalles, Oro. 2-4p obo. l-2o
FOR BALK At n sacrifice, fow' '0R SALE Automobile. Pierce
thousand cholco 3 year npplo trees. Arrow. C-0C, 1910 modol. Hub yTon
20 nssortmonts from select Huml ileau' , " n" condition, nnd lit for
River buds. Tlmo nllowed re.pon- mmo'' at0 A ,'r1lce 0 In M.d-
slble parties. W. Todd, llond. 2p rA' !'CK?"' . A,y "' ,''"ooln J"
, Cormnck, First National Honk bulld
FOR SALE Thrco year old Jorroy nK, Modford. i.sn
FORV SALE Second lisnd No. 7
cow. Cheap, If taken nt onco. In
quire Ilulletln. l-2p
FOR SALE Now flvo room bun
galow, splendid lot, G Ox 127 feet. Flno
river frontage. Prlco SSS0.
seokers Land Co. l-2p
FOR SALE Ono number 10 Rem
ington typewriter. This machlno has
uxtrn largo cnrrlago nnd Is In excol-
Romlngton typewriter. Inqulro Tho
nuiiotin. 50-3 p.
FOR SALE V. 8. Cream Senar-
Homo- ator- Almost now. Cost $75. Soil
uir )id. unrrnit ranch 3Vi miles
s uthonst of llend. llox 103. G0-2p
FOR SALE House nnd lpt. Prlco
right. Terms reasonable. Innulro
i A. E. Edwnrds, llond Sign Co. 37tf
IF YOU DID NOT GET A CATALOG
CALL FOR ONE
We lme the men and the equipment
to hafidlo miy piece of work connect
ed l(li tho nutoiuoblle lmsliiea.
ICebiilbllng, nutoiuoblle lilncksinltll
lug, machlno work, welding and elec
Wo are agents for the fumoiis lino of , j -
llulck-Vulve-ln-llend Motor Cars V8
SwdiuI band cam Ijil-ff to 9IOUO. y
(itMHl)enr FortUled Tires,
Hadger seat coterti, guaruiiteeil
ugulnt fading, upottlng or lotting
Bend Garage Coiiipany
NOT A SIDE LINE! WITH US UUTTIIE WltOLOTIIINa
WANTED Work ns grocory clerk.
Ilnvo had yours of oxporlonce, Will
do dollvorlng. Address box -127. 2-lji
WANTED Olrl or middle agod
woman for housowork. Must bo com
potont. Mrs. K. M. Thompson. 2tfo
'WANTED Partner for now roonw
Ing house. $C0O cash required.
Flno location. Inifulro Ilullotln. 2p
WANTED Lndy bookkcopor nnd
stonographor, oxporloncod In genoral
offlco work, open for position. Under
stands ofllco derail. Reasonable snl
nry. Further Information Inqulro or
wrlto The Ilullotln. 2-Co
WANTED Thrco Durhnm cowb.
MuBt bo good cows, cither ficsh or
coming frosh. August Hallborg, Tol.
Rural 87. i.2It
TO TRADE OR 11VCHANOE.
TO TRADE -Well located city
property for heavy team outfit, In
qulro 8. Murasakl, Heue Ore. 2-3o
G. S. Hl'DSON, President
U. C. COE, Vlco President
E. A. SATHEIl, Vlco Pros.
K. M. LARA. Cashier
L. O. McREYNOLDS, Asst. Cashier,
u. i. BiuvuK.Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
Capital fully paid
Surplus . . . .
AH National Banks
They are subject to the same strict rules
and regulations in force in all departments of
entitled to all of its adtntages' "nd are
Wc ultt be pUaxd to explain to out friend, and cus.
lomenhcnany adx-ontages of this mtm and ,j
call, llmilUu protection It offer, to debitors rCW
f FIRST NATIONAL BANkISmEE
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