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SPRING ACTIVITY APPARENT
BREAK YOUR MATCH IN TWO.
Portland Telegram Most Acutely Af
fected by Npilng Tout, Perpetrat
ing CJcin of TriiiiMMiitntIf)ii Liter
iituro mill Suiiniping la Pine.
Spring lins comet
How do wo know? Why, Hint's
easy Just ns easy ns guessing whnt
tho Domocrnts will do to Hint single
term plank. Itnllroad talk Is rlfo
True, ono swallow does not mnko
Spring. Neither does ono rnilrond.
llut n flock of 'cm on pnpur and oth
erwise does. That's proven truth
In Central Oregon. And rnilrond ru
mors nro ns thick In tho nlr ns dust
on tho Ilurns road.
I'rlnovlllu is planning rnllronds
ngnln. retslstency, ns well ns con
sistency, Is n virtue. And when It
comes to snaring rnllronds- the
I'rlnevllllnns nro virtu .us heyond
Then our friends across tho moiin
tnlns nt Snlom hno caught the .Spring
fever, and tho capital papers are In
dustriously building ii n electric lino
over tlio Cnscndos to Heml. It's go.
Ing to stnrt in sixty dni, they say.
Wo hope It iIuub; wlint's more, we
wouldn't bo the least bit surprised If
It does that ronil Is Hiiro to come,
Hoonur or Inter.
llut tho gom of nil tho Spring fan
cies Is perpetrated by the ostlmnblo
Portland Teloginni. Tho other day
It HUffercd n violent liralnstorni,
Central Oregon, mid llonil and I.n
1'lno especially, haven't nn Idea of
tho pending rnilrond developments
nbout to become realities according
to tho Tolcgrnm story. Our llend
logging rnllronds nro really units of
tho 1IIII and Ilarrlmnn system. In
fnct, probably not less than three
great roads nro going to plungo Into
tho Ln I'lno district nt once If not
sooner says tho Telegram.
Wo liopo they do. Perhaps thoy
will, llut nsldo from tho merits mid
posolhllltlcz of tho ense, tho Spring
k( ry is worth rending. Here It Is:
"For n long time rnilrond rumors
hnvo not Interested tho I.n I'lno val
ley people. They liiul hopes when J.
J. Mill bought a right of way
through tho vnlloy In 1910, cleared a
stretch of tho right of wny nntl left
off continuation nt llend In 11)11. As
far back ns 15 yours ngo the Harrl
innn systgm eHtnbllshod n survey;
then Hill followed along tho Ilarrl
mnn survey mid bought a right of
wny. Now comim Htrnhorn mid an
pounces that ho will luvostlgnto tho
I.n I'lno vnlloy boforo building
through Central OreKou. On top of
nil this, n orowd of ICastorn people nro
looking for n route from Kugeno, by
wny of tho Mackenzie mining district
Into I.n I'lno vnlloy, this rond to bo
electrllled from power plant now
v being constructed nt I.n I'lno. ,
Too Wood for Logging llond.
"A persistent rumor Is that Hill
will use his right of way this sum
mer. It Is snld Hint John I' Slovens
nimbi nn agreement for tho Hill sys
tem not to build linxiiul Ueud for live
years and that tho tlmo expires In
July. The llrookH-Hcanlon Lumber
Company, nt llend, Is now luilldlug n
rnllrnml south of Ueud, over tho Hill
right of way, iiml 1ms covered about
s von miles. Tho company hns no
timber In tho basin toward which tho
rond Is bonding, their holdings nil be
ing noi tb and east of I.nva Hutto.
Why tin lumber company Is bonding
for I.ti I'lno Is not apparent nud en
gineers wiy the rondbed appears to
be Htnndnrd mid much too good for a
logging rond. Tho construction Is on
the east side of tho Imsahutos river,
wlioro tho Hill rlKht of wny Is and
wlmro tho luttMt llnrrlnum survey U
"On tho other hand, the Shevlln
HWoii Lumber company Is nlw) build
ing n rnilrond south of llond nud has
constructed for about 12 inllus. on
the wwt itlda of tho DtMcliutiMi. This
ooinpnny Is nlready well Into thulr
timber, whoro thoy oxiieet to log for
tho next 26 yours for tholr llond mill.
There Is n rumor that this road, too,
will bo pushed Into Ut I'lno valley.
The llarrlman ystom hns nn old sur
vey on tho uiwt uldo. where the
Rhovlin-HlNou company Is building
whl nil nroHHos to tho oast side of the
iliwohulo JuhI south of Uwn Untie.
It Is oullrely possible turn the llnr
rininn pnopln may be tnlng to beHt
Hill to tho Initio by that louto. The
llnrrlnmn i.sem, which ma a iv
vey througli the pass leading out of
tho southeast bldo of Ln I'lue basin,
connecting with Its cross state rond.
la said to bo ready to start westward
from a short dlstnnco southeast of
Hums, and Ilurns hns offered sr0 -000
to como Hint way.
A Suggestion That Became a Rule In
Forcct Fire Prevention.
One day late In June a man In n
room on the seventh Hour of nn old
fashioned lirlclt building In Welling
ton, holding n slieuf of telegram In Ills
left hnnd, was busy with his right tak
ing red bended pins out of his mouth
and (sticking them Into little Irregular
block of green Ink scntteled over u
large white wall map of the United
"Tho big problem." he snld, tnklng n
fresh pin out of his mouth and ttirnlnn
sldewlse to bis assistant, "M to get nt
the fellow who knows what conserva
tion Is but forgets to apply It when he
lights up n rtgnr In the woods."
The nssHnnt sat nt a flat topped ontt
desk In the middle of the room, stmg-'
gllng througli a mnss or reports from
field men In the eudenvor to find sue
gostlons for a set of flro prevention
"Well, wlint do yon think of this?"
bo sntd. holding up n report from the
Pacific northwest: " 'Ilreak your match
In two before you throw It nwny.' "
Tho other mnn stuck the Inst red pin
Into tho map. reached for his pipe nnd
"Let's see." he snld. fie snapped the
burning mutch In his lingers. As the
pieces dropped to the floor he uttered a
slinrp cxclnmntlon nud tenderly licked
the Index finger of his left hnnd.
Tbo nsslstnnt Inughcd. "Thut's the
Idcn!" lie snld "You've got to blow It
out boforo you break It or get burned."
So this suggestion beenmo No. 1 of n
set of ten rules which the forest sorv
Ice sent to (J.000 nowspnpers nt the be
ginning of the Rummer's fire season In
tho national forests. Outlook.
Beo Edwards for paper hanging.-Adv.
Tho nend Hour Mill Co hns wade
n enroeful selection of sultablo seed
in- mi. rim- snwhir Thorouehlv donn
(Spanish peasants living in ths cork
onk region use iiomemndo gas obtained
from cork rofURc. As described by one
authority, ths process consists In fill
lr,g sovernl Inrgo teakettles with the
wnste bark nnd plnclng ench In turn
over the tiro during the evening, burn
lug the volntlle gii3 ns It csenpes from
tho spout3. Tho en r lionized residue
forms the fine blnck-brown pigment
known to commorce as "Spnnlsh
His Qolf Prize.
When the Duko of York trim living In
Edinburgh In 1US1 be wns told thnt n
certnln slioemakcr mimed Patersone
wub the best golf player In Scotlnnd,
and him, tho duko. later James II..
choso hb partner In a foursome, win
ning n huge stake. He promptly turned
over the money to Pntcrsono. who
forthwith built a house In which the
duko plnced n stone with n Putcrsone
crest bearing tho motto. "Far (tad
Manager I'm disgusted with toe
mistakes that now man rankest lib
COta everything balled up. Assistant
KHAL IISTATi: FIHIJ IXSUHAXCH INVESTMENTS
IC. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
LOTS FOH SALH IX KVKIIV ADDITION IX IIIJXI) I
I'llOPCItTY HAXDTiKD FOR XOX-UKSI DENTS. TIMItnit
ItOUGIIT AXI) HOLD.
officio onnoox HTitnirr
Paints, Oils, Doors,
F. DEMENT (Mb CO.
Oregon Transfer Company
OFFICIJ LOO CAIMN COItNUH
l'liono lllack in I
MmliiK lloiiveliold Coal n nil Wood
(iKids Our Kpeelnlty Light ami Heavy Freight
uxi'iinss and ia(i(i.(ii:
AFTO Tltt'OK MOVIXU ANVWIIKItn
Ol' IlACHACi: ClinCKKD AT 1IOMH
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AIWAU 1IKUH, MJVKIt 1-AlI.s.
Ocitrov Qulrrrts, coplicr, prairie dojr. aaee
rata. Aiipl ml) In Spring when the hun
uty PU awake from Winter' sleep. Money
back ir It ever full "Wood- I.ark'r for IS
years baa atood every Wat, U'a crop Insur
ance aa nt rodent peata. Manufactured by
Clarke-Woodward DrUK Co., lorllaud.Or
son. Uur fteu your dealer,
j Slnnagcr Oh. well, some of toe best
ones nro that wny at tho beginning
lie may bring homo tho bacon yet.
Mnnngur He won't unless wo Bond
him for ham. Judge.
Judgo Wny did, you commit n ec
ond theft ntter you had Just been ac
quitted of the first ono? Ptlsoner I
had to pity my lawyer, your honor.
"What a noisy clutter children do
koop up nt the table!"
"They certainly do put tho din In
dinner." Ilnltlmorc American.
Dwight M. Davis Company
Phone Ked 1621 Tempornry Office Opposite Bulletin Bldjc.
A Plain Heroine.
"This Is refresblug The author says
his heroine Isn't beautiful."
"It will be refreshing to sco the pic
tures of the heroine, como up to tho
print." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Many 8lded Woman.
Mnn thinks he Is going to snlre the
mystery known as woman after he U
married. And then the plot thickens.
It I bad to work lolterlngly: It is
worse to loiter Instead of beginning to
work nt nil.
For farm land loans seo J. Ryan
& Co. Iloasonablo rates, prompt
in South Side of town,
in New Hustings Addi
tion, close to mills and
close to town, price from
$150 to $350
Smnll cash payment,
balance on easy terms.
Inquire S. Muhasaki
Pool and billiards at the Metro
politan. Just the thing for a little
relaxation ln the evening. Adv. tf.
See J. nyan & Co., for farm lnnd
A deslrnblo bread knlfo free
every nnnunl subscription to
A deslrnblo brend knlfo froo
every nnnunl subscription to
ItKPOItT OF Till! COXDITIOX OF
THE CENTRAL OREGON BANK
At llend, in the Stnte of Oiegon, nt the cliwo of business, March 7, 1010.
Loans nnd Discounts $31,157.4S
Overdrafts, Becurcd and unsecured .35
Bonds and warrants C4C.-I3-
Furniture and fixtures 2.71C.0O m
Duo from banks (not reserve banks) 20,000.00 w
Due from approved reserve banks 17,138.24
Checks and other cash Items 1S3.47
Cash on hand 7,475.0 1
Hxpunses ' 1,396.57
Other resources 402.15
TOTAL v J81.11C.33
Capltnl stock paid In $25,000.00
Surplus fund t: 1,250.00
Undivided profits, less e.xpenso nnd taxes paid . . . 522.3 t
Individual deposits subject to check 52,740.2(1
Demand certificates of deposit :i-!' J
Time nnd Savings Deposits 1.5S0.7S
STATU OF OUKGOX 1
County of Crook J
I. Thos. Cobb. CnBhlor of tho nbove-nnmed bank, do solemnly swear
that tho abovo statement Is truo to tho best of my knowledgo and belief.
TIIOS. conn, uasnier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 15th dny of Mnrch, 1910.
CIIAS. S. UKNSO.W Notnry Public.
COIHIECT Attest: My Commission expires March o, 1917.
w. l. o;donnell,
D. E. HUNTEIt,
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A CHEMIST could tell you the
diff'rence between Nature
matured VELVET an' process
matured tobacco. But yo' old
pipe can make you understand
that diff'rence. r.
Test It For Yourself!
7ETERAN smokers and tobacco men say
V that Kentucky Burley is naturally the log
ical pipe tobacco, because of its body and
fragrance, combined with an extraordinary
But even Burley tobacco may have a "bite" that must
be rcmovedTeither through natural mellowing by ace
or by some time-saving "process."
Which obtains the best results ? Nature's methods
or artificial processes ?
onnT'n 7 ylarS' FmS in heads brings
out all of Burley tobacco's natural superiorities.
VELVET is the truly age-bellowed
Test VELVET yourself. Let your
pipe be the "crucible" -or use a
cigarette paper as a "test tube."
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REED (Si, HORTON
n varieties,- Adv.