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THE BEND BULLETIN. ;
HEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Jt'IA 20, 11)1(1.
SATISFACTORY LINE IS
Mast SIlo Voters Insiirpj and Over
turn Work of OM Guard Commit,
tec Meeting to Decide Question
To Ho Held Hero Thursday.
As the result of an insurgent
movomont started In I'rinevUlo by
inon dissatisfied with tlio work of
tho hnnd picked committee- appoint
ed to arrango for county division
with Redmond nnd Ilend It now
eoomfl probnhlo thnt division will lio
tho main Isstio this fall, aftor all,
nnd that tho movemont for tho re
moval of tho county seat to Hend
will ho nht'ndoned.
At a largely attended meeting of
tho county scat committees on Mon
day a representative delegation from
Prlnovlllo nnd tho east side, ap
pointed In Prlnovlllo nftor a thor
' ough discussion of tho question on
Saturday, proposed n lino for divis
ion satisfactory to tho committee r.nd
n meotlng will ho hold in tho Com
mercial Chili room Thursday nlgl't
t glvo n goncrnl opportunity for
discussion of tho plr.n. Invitations
to tho meeting hr.vo been sent to
tho various oast cldo precincts which
pro expected to stand with Hond In
j. Tno lino proposed is prncucaiiy
tno sumo as mat on wnicn n was
nought to form Deschutes county
two yearn ngo with the oxcoptlon
that Torrobonno lo loft In tho old
county to glvo Prlnovlllo rccoss to
tho railroad with her own lino when
1ultt, tho Una Is threo miles further
oast In the Powell Hutto country and
tho prcsont south eastorn part of the
county Is placed In tho now county
Instead of cutting down through
Hampton as was proposed two years
On this lino tho cast cldo ropro
Hontntlvca assure tho necessary 35
per cent without difficulty nnd' It was
tho almost unanimous opinion of
the commlttoo pro8entat ' Monday's
meeting that such n division would
lio wholly satisfactory nnd would
"bring nn end to tho prcsont unsat
BEAVER WORKS IN TOWN
'Cuts Down Troo on ISmolcs T.nvn nnd
Drags It to Illver.
Tho pooplo of thlo vlclnty aro thor
ough respectors of the str.to gamo
laws and tho protected anlmr.la aro
fully nwaro of this condition, If any
thing crn bo told from tho action of
a heaver almost within tho city 11m
Jta last weok. Indeed, It wtia with
in the city limits in everything but
en actual location of tho boundary.
1-nst spring II. K. Hrooka had set
out on tho grounds In front of his
liouso n fair sized elm nnd nn aspen
which had stood near tho Pilot llutto
Hotol. Tho grounds run down to
the river and ono night lint weok a
t beaver camo up out of tho wr.tor, cut
off tho aspen and Investigated tho
elm. Tho aspen ho er.rrlcd out Into
tho stream. Mr. Hrooks Is now hav
ing wire netting put around nil his
trees to prevent any further dnmago.
WORLD DIVERT TRAFFIC
Crescent Polks Want RomiI llullt to
Ijiiio County Lino.
Forty ono voters of Crescont, ac
cording to The Evening Herald, of
Klamath Falls, have signed a p ti
tlon asking tho Klamath county
court to Improve and construct an
automobile road to tho I.nno county
line via Odoll and Crescent lakes.
Copies of tho petition are being cir
culated in Klamath Falls for signa
tures. The purposo of tho pioposed road,
which will cost about $10,000, ac
cording to tho estimates of tho pe
titioners, W stated to bo "the saving
of about 70 miles to Southeastern
Oregon points from tho Willamette
valley; tho diversion of tourist travel
through Klamnth county, Instead of
via McKenzle Pass, Hond, Prlnovlllo
and Silver I.ako, resulting In more
money spent In Klamath county,
more valuable property, more taxes
received and loaat, but not last, full
hostlcrles Instead of only a few
rooms occupied only part of the
time;, a greater volume of business
a n the garages, grocers, clothing
" stores, sporting goods houses, recre
ation resorts la fact, every busi
Tioia will be benefitted In some way
ort he other."
STBAHDRN TAKES REST HERE I
THEN LEAVES FOR KLAMATH
Returned From Hums Trip by Wny
of Prlncvlllc on Friday Ii Pleas-
ed With Appearance (if Country
After spending four days here fol
lowing his recent trip to Hunts, Rob
ert E. Strnhorn, with Mrs. Strahorn
nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hudson, left
this morning for Sliver Lake, Lake
view, Klamath Falls and other
southern points for tho purpose of
Inspecting tho surveyed lines of tho
Oregon, California and Eastern. He
foro returning Mr. Strnhorn will go
Into California and make a visit to
Crater lako and the country back of
Returning from tho Hums trip on
Friday Mr. Strahorn was full of en
thusiasm over the prosperous ap
pearance of tho country ho had seun
and expressed himself as fully satis
fied with tho work of tho engineers.
Tho eastern survey Is now well Into
Harney valley, threo lines having
been run over Sago Hen hill In nn
effort to find a satisfactory approach
to Hum's from, that angle. In Hurns
Mr. Strahorn met with tho local
railroad committee to discuss build
ing tho road Into the town Instead of
going by n water grndo to tho O.-W.
it. & N. terminus at Crane.
Tho Journey back from Hurns was
made by way of the Crooked rlvor
valley and Prlnovlllo where Mr. Stra
horn addressed tho Commercial Club
nt Its luncheon on Friday. Ho was
greatly Impressed with the possibil
ities of tho Ochoco project.
LOCAL HATCHERY WILL HAVE
MORETHAN 500.000 MINNOWS
HIH.OOO Trout Arrive for Feeding In
Tlio Idist Week Lnrgo Shipments
Expected to Arrive Soon.
Between 500,000 nnd 000,000
trout minnows will bo nrallabto for
the streams and lnke of Central Or
egon whon nil tho shipments by tho
Stnte Fish nnd dame Commission to
tho Hend Ijntchory have boon made.
With tho arrival of 138,000 steel
head trout minnows In tho stato fish
car Rainbow last night, and 180,000
rainbow minnows on Saturday night
in charge of Tom Craig more than
300,000 minnows aro now In tho
feeding ponds at tho local hatchery.
Approximately 300,000 more aro
expoctod within tho next fow weeks.
There ore also 80,000 hatched from
eggs brought to the hatchery by
Pearl Lynes from Odoll lako.
Flshormon throughout Central
Oregon report angling hotter than It
has been In yoars. Flshormon who
havo worked tho Doschutos rlvor bo
tweon Cllno Falls and Whlto Rock
report big cntchos. Paullnn nnd
Odoll lakes are becoming popular
summer fishing grounds for both lo
cal and outsldo anglers. Dig fish nro
being caught In both of theso lakes.
Catchos last Sunday wore roport6d
to be big In many places in Centrnl
RABIES BECOMES MENACE
Flintier to Seek Relief From Dogs
Helleied to He Infected.
That tho rabies menace In tho vi
cinity of Alfalfa and tho Orange Hall
districts of tho county Is becoming
more dangerous every day Is report
ed by several farmers of tltoso local
ities who havo been In Hend this
week. Sovcrnl dogs hnvo been soon
which have been thouyht to have tho
rabies. 8everal have bean killed
and It Is known thnt rabies among
canines Is prevalent, and Is menacing
the stock of that Bectlon. Fears aro
impressed that with tho presont warm
weather the condition will become
oven worse. It Is also thought that
coyotei are also Infected and that
some of tho stock has beon hlt'cn.
The 'armors are going to ascertain
whether some relief cannot bo
given through the action of county
oMlclals whereby dogs must bo muz
zled to prevent their biting stock or
UECHUITS AUK RACKWAHD.
Major Hiram U. Welch, accompan
ied by Sergeant Kennoth Gilbert ar
rived In Hend Monday night to re
ceive enlistments to the Oregon mil
itia for the purpose of tilling tho
Oregon regiments now on the Mexi
can border up to tholr full strength.
Up to ttilg forenoon no recruits had
appeared. Major Welch will leave
for Shanlko tomorrow morning.
COMMITTEES GET WOKK.
The newly appointed committees
of the Ccvtmerclal Club were put to
work nt Saturday's luncheon when
a number of matters presented for
discussion were referred to them by
President Keyes, The matter of
aiding In tho transfer of trout fry
to arrive In the evening a referred
to the transportation committee, an
exhibit at the state fair to the public
affair committee and the Chapman
motor tax proposal to the commit
tee on roads.
DR. MACPHERSON EX
PLAINS ITS TERMS
Huys Fanners Interest lliinlcn Will
Ho ltcdiiccd by Passage of Consti
tutional Amendment Will les
sen Morfpigo Foreclosures.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallls, July 19. Tho lntorest bur
den of eight or nine per cent on Or
egon's $30,000,000 Indebtedness car
ried by Oregon (armors would bo
greatly reduced by tho passage ot
tho rural credits constitutional
amendment now boforo tho pooplo
for their consideration, says Dr. Hec
tor Mncpherson of tho O. A. C, bur
cau of organization and markets,
who hns taken an actlvo part lit pre
paring tho measure for tho ballot.
"If our farmers aro prosporous
every other legltimato business will
shnro In thnt prosperity," Dr. Mnc-
"In addition to tho high lntorest
rrtcs, long nnd cxponslvo freight
hauls to distant markets nnd Inflated
land values have placed Oregon agri
culture under nlniost Insupernblo
handicaps," says Dr. MacphOrson.
"It is estlmnted that tho avcrago
Oregon farm falls to mnko vrg03 for
its occupants nnd two per cent on
the Investment represented.
"Oregon farmers pay Interest at
tho rato of 8 V4 per cent niid 9 Y por
cent on tho $30,000,000 fnrm In
debtedness. It Is tho purposo of tho
proposed amendment to tako tho
burden out of tho farm mortgage In
cubus of tho stato and glvo tho far
mer n porlod of 36 years In which
to pay oft tho mortgage. Tho actual
rato ot Interest. Is 5 per cont. Ono
por cent will bo added to pay the
principle nnd lu 30 yoars tho entire
Indobtodncss, lntorest and all, will bo
"This means an annual saving In
Interest and mortgngo of over threo
quartors of a million dollars annu
ally. It also means an-end to the
porpotual 'worry and oxponso of ro
nowlng mortgages. It will greatly
lessen tho nuuibor of mortgngo fore
closures, lost homes and blighted
hopes. It will moan bettor equip
ped (arms and bettor rural prosper
ity, which will bo shared In by rail
roads, factories and stores and nlso
by laborers In our cities.
"Tho system Is Inexpensive nnd
perfectly safe. Tin borrower roots
all tho bills without Involving the
stato or taxpayers In any oxponso or
FA I II APPORTIONMENT MARK.
Announcement has boon made by
Secretary of Stato Olcott that tho
county fair apportionment for tho
stato, which has boon forwarded o
tho stato treasurers totals $ 10,724.75
Crook county's share Is $033.1'.'.
PETITION ASKS OPENING
Interior Department Asked to Kllm
liinte Criino Pmlrle From Ittscrio.
That Crano Pralrlo bo opened to
pettloment nnd entry Is the request
contained In a petition now pending
bofor the Secretary of tho Interior
bearing the names of a uumJier of
Portland residents. Tho petition Is
based on tho claim that the pralrlo
ii not properly a part of tho Nation
r.l forest nnd not sultablo for resur
In nn alllilavlt supporting tho pe
tition It Is stated that the pralrlo Is
not suitable for reservoir purposes
because of tho lava formation on tho
east side, and various extracts aro
made from tho report of the Des
chutes survey to confirm the claim.
Thes oil of tho prairie Is azsertol to
be suitable for agricultural pur
poses, while Its present use for graz
ing Is called "an Indefensibly eco
nomic loss. If not profltablu graft for
No Information Is available as to
the attitude of the department on
PVTHIANH TO CONVENE.
A special car will carry Central
Oregon Pythlans to the convention
of tho grand lodge to be held In Port
land on August 1 to S. Over 20
Rend Knights havo already signified
their Intention of going to Portland
for the event and large numbers are
expected to Join the party from towns
further down the lino. Tho Rend
delegation, ace rdlng to r.nnounce
meats. will wear uniforms consisting
of white hat, shirt and trousera, with
14 TONS ARE SENT
L. 1). Fo Awarded Con tract For
It n it 1 1 n g Product Chemists
I'rnlsc Alknll Ijiko Deposit
Valuable Gnjliislt is Found.
Shipments of soda nsh from tho
Alknll Lake In Lake county hnvo bo
gun, according to G. H. Milno, mali
nger of the Amorlcnn Sodn Products
Company's Interests nt Spreckles.
Tho first car load of soda ash
amounting to approximately 14 tons
wns shipped to Lakevlow on Saturday
onrouto to San Francisco whore It
will bo prepared for tho market.
Tho machtnory, with which tho
company will soon operate on n moro
extensive scnlo Is expected to nrrlvu
In Lnkovlow nbout August 1 and will
bo taken to Spreckles for Immodlnto
Installation. With tho equipment
that will be used It will bo possible
to roflno up to 00 tons dally, but at
tho present only It tons will be ro
Houd.s Need Repairs.
Lakovlew will bo tho point of
shipment for tho present, but Just
ns soon ns tho roads between Rend
r.nd Lakevlow aro put In bottor shnpe.
half of all tho soda ash turned out
nt Spreckles will como via Rend to
Portland. According to Mr. Milne,
who Iiob chnrgo of the transportation
matters, tho only oxtonstvo Improve
ments needed on tho Rond-Hurns
rond Is thnt part south of Hond to
tho 10-mlla post. Threo threo ton
trucks will be used for tho present
In handling tho product between
Spreckles and ilnkovlew, but several
others will soon bo added to handlo
tho Increased output.
Fox Oets Contract.
L. D. Fox, of Hond, who has gono
to Lakevlow, has been nwnrded tho
contract for handling all ot tho pro
duct over tho roads. Stops hnvo
already been tnken by Mr. Fox In
forming' a corporation with hoad
quarters nt Lnkovlow.
Fifteen men r.ro now omployod at
Spreckles In rollnlng tho product and
about ns many moro will bo addod
Just ns noon ns tho machinery Is
ready for oporatfon.
Chemists nro Amazed,
Chomlsts, with somo of tho lar
gest manufacturing concerns In tho
United States havo been attracted by
tho annlysos that hnvo boon made of
tho Alkali Lako doposlt, and many
tho most romarkahlo of Its kind nny
thom ost romnrknblo of Its kind nny
whoro to bo found Jn tho country.
Lnrgcc oncorns which use soda nsh
In tho manufacture of soaps, papor
nnd glnsH havo commended It highly
for ItH purity.
Gnluslto, nn exceedingly vnlti
ablo complex of carbonate of llmo
and sodn hns beon found nonr Alka
li Lako. This deposit Is said to bo
highly sultablo for caustic soda which
retails at tho rato of $300 per ton.
Mr. Milno snys thnt ns soun ns tho
American Sodn Products Co. gets
well along with tho aoda ash refine
inent It will take up tho refinement
T ROAO TO REND
Rums I'eoplo Will Not Flirt With
Lino to Crane.
CRANK, Or., July 20. W. C. Ross
the Chicago railroad builder, was
here again last week and made the
people of Hurns a proposition to
b"lld a railroad from Crane to
Mr. Ross Interviewed several of
the business men of Hurns, they said
they were In no position to accept
Lib proposition at the present time.
After tho situation had been ex
plained, Mr. Ross said he would re
turn to Chicago and submit tits prop,
osltton In writing In a concrete and
definite manner, stating Just what
ho would do, and submit It to the
pooplo of Hurns before tho II rat of
What the people of Rums want Is
a railroad from Crane to Hend to
Portland. Robert E. Strahorn, who
Is promoting this railroad, Is expect
ed at Hurns any day, and It Is hoped
that while ho Is here he will tell
the people of Hums what his plans
HON IH HORN.
An eight and a halt pound boy
was born this morning to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ffodeson. Mr. Frodeson
Iz the contractor In charge of the
erection of the O'Kane building.
TRAIN KILLS MR. AND MRS.
W. G. WAUGH NEAR DENVER
Henil People Were Returning by
Automobile From Slv Month's
Tour in Culorntlo null Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Waugh, of
Rond, wore Instantly killed yesterday
morning nt Golden, Colorado, near
Denver, when n train ttruck tho au
tomobile In which Mr. nnd Mrs.
Waugh wore riding on their return
home from n six months visit In Col
orado and Kansas with relatives, ac
cording to word received last night
by Mrs. O. C. Cnrdwoll. Full par
ticulars regarding tho accident havo
not beon received.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Waugh have resided
at their farm nbout raven miles cast
of Hond for tho last bovoii years.
Mr. Waugh Is n natlvo ot Mlss6url
and Mrs. Wait git of Iowa.
Mtb. Waugh la survived by two
daughters, Mrs. O. C. Cardwell and
Mrs. C. R. l.owo, o( Rend nnd Mr.
Waugh by a daughlor residing In
California. Tho reinnliiB nro expect
ed nbout Saturday! Funeral arrange
ments hnvo not been completed.
BRONSON-HOUCK MATCH WAS
RIG TREAT FOR REND FANS
Portland Lntl Is Given Popular Ik
clslon Over Seattlo Roy Prelim
inaries Weto Fast.
Muff Hronson, of Portland, nnd
Loo llouck, ot Scnttlo, fought to a
10 round draw Monday evening In
tho Hlppodromo In tho fastest and
cleanest bout that tho Hnnd lovors of
good boxing hrvo ever vltnocsed.
Tho lads entered tho ring weighing
125 pounds mid wore in tho ?!nk of
Although tho olhclal decision wrs
a. draw, Hronson wua clearly tho
wlnnor ot tho match. According to
an agreement by llouck and E, Finn
nngan, Rronson's mnncgor, no decis
ion was to bo given nt tho end of tho
10th round In event both men wore
on tholr feet. Dosplto this fact tho
rlngsldo spectators wore unanimous
that tho bout was Rronson's.
Falling to dovelop his much tout
ed punch, and bolng on tho dofenclvo
for tho most part of the bout Houck,
who wns glvon a light margin In the
oddd ovor Hronson did not como up
lo tholr expcctrtlons. Ho fought n
fine defensive battlo with rVniMtn
loading out In almoct overy round.
Hronson Is quick as a cat, nnd al
though thoro wore few cloun punches
delivered by either man, Hronson de
livered more and recelvod loss than
did llouck. Hronson has n vicious
punch for a light wolght. lie swings
clean and hnrd, whllo Houck hen a
strr.'ght from the shoulder punch,
which although not no easy to do
liver, Is a body Hhnkor when It Ir.nds.
Roth men aro high up to the top
lu tholr claes. Old fans who have:
witnessed hundreds ot r I n) I laij
matchos say that Hronson rnd Houck
gnvo tha Hond fans n treat In cloaii,
Tlw preliminaries wore fast rnd
gave the spectator!) plouty of nnuiHo
ment. Harold Hunnoll, of Rond,
threw Eddlo McKluloy of Hhnulko
In two Etrnlght falls. "Speck" Wood
of Ilend r.nd George Hobgood of
Prlnovlllo boxed to n drnw In four
rounds. Tho fimtost preliminary wns
between Fred Gilbert of Rond nnd
John Dobroy, of Prluuvllle In a six
round contest. The mutch was fast
nnd furious. Gilbert uiiKtnlnod n
broken baud In tho n'lgngemnit. Max
Martin and Hill Iloniley gave the
spertf.torn nn exhibition of tl.o most
common holds usotl In wrestling.
Harry Moore, who wolghs bottor
than 1! no challenged Martin to c 10
minute match, iiKrcoliiK to throw
Merlin In that time, lie fulled to
perform tho task. Kid Clemens and
Kid llosco wont n fast three round
bout, the decision going to llosco.
Tho Shevlln-lllxon quartette, com
posed of Tripled, Hell, Rtaata and
Kellogg gave several selections dur
ing the evening.
About -60 spectators wire pres
out. DAVIS KP.HIGNH AH CLERK.
Dwlght M. Davis, who was elected
clerk of School district 12 nt the
ele'llon lu June, bua resigned hU
posltlou and an election to fill the
vrcancy will be held early In Aug
ust. Mr. DavU has been out of town
since tho receipt of his resignation
by the board nnd it hao not been pos
sible to learn his reason for this
action but It J understood that ho
Is planning to leave Hond to go In
to business elzewhere. County
Comrnlslsoner Overturf hna an
nounced himself a candidate to suc
ceed Mr. Davis as school clerk.
X-RAY EQUIPMENT INSTALLED.
A now $500 X-ray was Installed
this week In the Rend Hospital by
Dr. Jan McClaren or Portland. The
equipment will bo adequate for all
the needs ot the looal physicians.
Additions from tlmo to time will bo
made to complete the equipment.
HILL VISIT CREATES
Hond Up Sniitliint From Allwiny U
Looked For Ptesldent of Great
Northern Visits Tlnilier Holt
Strahorn Is I o it It t ( it I.
Extension of the Oregon Electrto
tram Albany up tho Santhiu Is ru
mored ns a result of n visit to Kit
gene and a trip Into tho timber made
by Louts W. Hill nnd n party ot rail
road olllclals on Snturday and Sun
day. In tho party with Mr. Hill
were L. W. Oilman, president of tltu
Oregon Trunk, .1. L. llnnnnford,
president of tho Northern Pacific and
a number of others.
According to tho Oregon Journal:
"Tho Hill party spent Sundny at
Cascadln, lu tho woods east of Al
bany. In tho mountains thoro nro
billions of foot of llmbor. usually
whon Mr. Hill goes Into Contrnl Or
egon he takes a trip to Sisters, which
la approximately opposite Cascadla
on tho other sldo of tho Cascades.
How this vast body of timber la to ,
bo mndo useful Is n proposition thnt
has long been urgod upon tho rail
roads to solve.
"Whether a lino Into this tim
ber to connoct with tho Oregon Elec
tric Is to bo built or whothor a line
from Rond )h to reach It from the
othor sldo were subjoins Mr. Hill to
day did not discuss. Ho admitted
that the timber should he gotten out
but whothor now Is tho time or some
othor tlmo remains to bo seen.
Humors concerning tho trip ns col
lected In tho Snlom Statesman wore
"Inasmuch ns dovolopmont of tho
timber would necessitate tho build
ing ot a rail lino at toast part way
up tho rlvor toward tho summit, thU
Is takon ns Indication that tho route
Is at least being considered for
trans-Cascade lino wrwcllnVllllrl
tho HIM linos In Central Oregon. ., n
"Another Portland rumor la thnt
tho Hill Inturosta will doal with Stra
horn and tla up with tho Strahorn
linos In Central Orogon, so far not
n'.llod with any ot thu big rall.-ond
Hlraboni Kprwe Doubt,
Whon Mr. Strahorn was r.ukod
i.bout tho various observation!) on
rr.tlwr.y construction from tho Wll
Inmotto valley Into Centrnl Orogon
Incidental to Mr. Hill's vIsP ho cnld:
"Most of those published report" nro
the wildest speculations Even If
tho Orogon Electric Is extended from
Albany up the Santlnm, which 1 un
derstand Mr. Hill Hnyit will tint bo
done u n do.1 existing condition:), It
would only , bo n local project. 'to
reach the big timber holdings of the
gmitloinoii iihiihmI. The natural wur
to rench Central Oregon from the
wont Is either by the Corvnllls & Eas
tern ovor Mlnto Pun or by the
S ii'hoiu Pacific's N'fttnii Una from
Eugene. No o'her routac compare
with those. Thuy are both controlled
by tho .Southern Pacific, which com.
p.my, I understand, will not imiUir
present conditions complete thgni,
nlthoiiKh It is arranging to mnko
r. short extension to reach some tlm
bo.' which Is to be out soon. Centrnl
Oregon must, In my opinion, for nov
oral yoars lit hast, be content vlth
ItH presoiit railway facilities with
such othera rs mr.y be supplied by
local or entirely Independent Initiat
ive and ccpltcl.
"No, I o.i n't see anything In the
ptiggeetod ownership ot the Western
Prclflc by the Hill IntonwiH rnd a,
new Hill line through to Cnllfoitila
via Ilend ami Jie Oregon, California
& Eastern All such movcu aro of
course poaslble for some time lu thu
future. Hut plouce reeolloet thnt
we hnvo cut out n pretty big twik
as It Is, nnd Its success being In my
ectliiiutlon dependent upon the
hearty ro-operatlun of all thuso In
terusts, Including the Hill linos, tin
Ion Pacific, Southern Pacific, N. U.
O. nnd Western Poclllc wu l.nd bol
ter let it go at that. Of courtw W
will always hnvo all kinds of rumors
about what this party or that party
is going to do but It takes big mono,
to build railroads and big buslnoes
to operate them and the Idle or Ir?
responsible speculator would bottor
take a rest In dtys like theso."
INSTALL CLUSTER LIGHTS.
Plvo new curb cluster lights are
bolng Installed by the Hend Watej
Light & Power Co., on thu wqst 'a da
of Wall street. Tho property owiiura
who ure making tho Improvement
are: Tho Rend Co.. II G. Kills, Mrs.
Ada Johnson and 0. W. Shrlner.