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THK IIKND HULLETIN, nEND, OUR., WEDNESDAY, SEITEMBER 20, 1010)
Ronl I'ut Through.
Two real estate deals of conslder
r.lilo Importnnce were made here
Tuesdny. Joe Elrjgo having purch
ased tho Crescent Hotel property tit
Crescent and J. N. Mnsten having
purchased the Ringo ranch, which
Adjoins tho townslto of Crescent on
tho south. La 1'lne Intur-Mountaln.
. . To Make New Survey.
N. 11. Ilogue, chief of the Strahorn
purveying; crows and the entire out
fit, Including all tho men who have
been employed at different points on
the lines, stayed In Paisley last Fri
day night. They wero onrouto to
southern points on the Strahorn
lines. While It Is not definitely
known where they will work. It Is
nasumed that thoy are going Into the
Surprise valloy country to run some
additional lines. The last link in
the lino to he completed, that near
Fort Hock was finished last Saturday
thus making tho lines ca originally
planned ready for tho contractors.
Wives of Wilson Supporters Will
Take Stump For Gov
DIVERTING CAMPAIGN PHASE.
Kino Fruit RaLmhI.
If there are nny who think this
ountry Is not adopted to fruit rais
ing on account of tho altltudn, we
would cite them to the varloua kinds
of fruit raised by fnrmerf, In this
section and brought Into tho local
markets. J. L. Campbell has some
Klberta peaches at his market which
wore grown on tho Irvine ranch, on
tho river. These peaches measure
on an average ten Inches In circum
ference, and arc of fine flavor. Oth
er fruits and vegetables brought In
10 tho local market prove that with
.proper care and cultivation tho soil
and cllmnte of Central Oregon aro
well adapted to the raising of fruits
vegetables, grains and grasses. With
proper Irrigation Centrnl Oregon
would become tho garden spot of
Oregon. Madras Pioneer.
Signs Aro Appreciated.
Whoever the gontlcman may be
that recently placed about a dozen
road signs between Fromont, the old
Horso Hanch and tho "Pot Holes"
country, ho deserves tho hunks of
tho community. Tliasu sign boards
aro not only valuable to local pco
plo but tourists appreciate them
nbout ne much ns good roads. Fort
Wnshlngton.-Fumlllcs nre being di
vided by the pncnt political issue.
Here ar' a few examples: J. A. H.
Hopkins of New Jersey la treasurer of
the Progressive (genuine) national com
mlttec and bus announced that be per
sonally favors tho re-election of Wll
son. Mrs. Hopkins is a member of the
Woman's party and will tako tho
stump and do all she can to prevent
the election of Wilson.
Clifford Plnchot Is for Hughes and
on me militarism Hughes and his
backing can secure. Amos Plnchot, hH
brother, is a member of tho American
Union Against Militarism und will sup
port Wilson as the lesser of two evils.
Representative William Kent of Cali
fornia Is a wild eyed enthusiast for
Wilson and Is bending a Wilson non
partisan league, while Mrs. Kent is a
member of the Woman's puity and
will stump for tho defeat of Wilson.
George Mldilleton has allied blmelf
with tho group of writer who have
announced themselves for Wilson,
while his wife, Kola La Follette, Is one
oi me members or the Congressional
union who will hold' Wilson responsible
for the defeat of the Susan II. Authony
amendment. Meredith Nicholson Is a
Wilson supporter, but Mrs. Nicholson
will write mid stump against Wilson
on account of bis altitude toward the
federal suffrage amendment. Mrs.
Louis F. Post is a member of the Wo
mau'B Peace party and an ardent Tol
stoyiiu pi.lst. Louis F. Post, assist
ant secretary of labor, Is for tho ad
ministration's "reasonable" program
( Tm aooo uupftE QTtsHtut im ouptmm coNvtmvrroH. )
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swirmst rj rich TotAeeo,
rmi, 9Ln?oncp wvm awt;
uttli CHtw sATisrira,
ICOT aRA ALU DM T I i :
I HHVC SOME W-B CUT TOBACCO.
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
IT MAKES a hard-working man glad to have
a dime's worth of W-B CUT Chewing in
his pocket. A small chew is going to keep
him tobacco contented and happy a long time
and lie saves himself the labor of grinding, spit
ting. It's rich tobacco and pays both ways: finer
in flavor more satisfying and it saves money.
M ly WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY. SO Uiiea Surt, New York City
GEORGE 8. Y0UN0
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 6 First National Hank
Qrt itvntoni Trill.
The Yellowstone trail is one of the
wonders and one of the curiosities of-
tho west. It starts somewhere east of
St. Taul, and it ends somewhoro west
of tho Yellowstone National park. At
Intervals along the route there are
places where tho trail forks and the
Inuocent wayfarer will havo to do some
thinking and make some Inquiries ns
to which is "tho really truly Yclow
stono" and which Is the side track.
This uncertainty, however. Is n part
of the Joy of tho trail nnd adds greatly
to tho attractiveness of a trip over It.
lights. Quality as n rulo waa noth
ing out of tho ordinary. Hulk of
light hogs went over $9. GO. Sheop
receipts were 14,000. Lambs sold at
J8.50 for tho best. Wethers at $C.7t
and ewes at JG.GO. Demand was
UOUKUT 11. GOULD
Mrs. A'. Chllgren will ho
pleased to nccommodnto the.
public with her services ns
Can furnish good rocom
mendallons. Terms renson
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PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
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Jobbing Promptly Done.
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Physician nnd Hurgcon
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Hours 9'1'i a. m.: 1-B n. m.;
7-9 p. m.
A deslrablo broad knlfo freo with
cvory annual subscription to Tho
Coyoto Scnro On Again.
Tho rnbld coyoto scare scorns to bo
on full blnst again. Much of this
.may bo Imagination, but It will bo
well, nevertheless, for everyone to
bo nlcrt and careful. "An ounce of
precaution Is better than a pound of
eerum." Silver Lake Lender.
Metollus, The Irfitfcnl Point.)
Tho bond election on the rnllroad
proposition this week at Prlnevllle
carried with ono dissenting vote
tho 'snmo as tho former election. It
Is understood tho present proposition
does not necossltnto connecting at
any particular point on tho Oregon
Trunk, nnd probably means that con
nection will bo mado ut what Is gen
erally considered tho logical point
Metollus. Jefferson County Record.
Mr. Wilson says his mind is progres
sive, but thoso who try to follow its
progress can never tell tho direction it
is taking. It is Just ns likely to bo
progressing backward as forward.
PORTLAND UNION STOCK YARDS.
NORTH PORTLAND, Or.. 8ept.
IS. Moro cattle camo to hand than
wero looked for today. While tho
run wns small, Indications wore that
it would not bo over Inst Monday's
run. Total receipts for tho day wero
976. Steers sold at $7 for tho host,
with the bulk better than $G.G0.
Cows woro Bold ns high as $6 and
bulk brought $5.f0 up to tho high
spot. Bulls, $3 to $1.25. Rccolpta
of but 1,400 hogB mado a short mar
ket that went
$9.sr, on prlco
SCHOOL TIME is a HARD TIME on SHOES
IF YOU CLAD YOUR CHILDREN IN
Culver Goes Wet.
It Is said that cleanliness Is next
to godliness, then we should by nil
moans take on n fow more of the at
tributes of the Creator for we now
havo enough water to tako a bath
Wo should do this by all means. The
accumulation of those crusts which
have formed during tho many years
in which wo have seen so little water
that wo havo shied at It wlien wo saw
It Bhould bo removed. Culver has
gono wet, nnd wo should tako full nd-
-rantago of it. Tho caution might ne
timely not to use too much water tho
Jlrat time, as thoso who npproach a
pool of water with parched lips and
throat may easily tako more tiinn a
sufficiency for their own good, there
fore lot uo bo as temperato in all
things, and especially In this until
o become familiar with th's new
element. So far as we arc concern
ed, wo do not hone to get the laBt
Jayer off for several weeks, but thon
of course thero are exceptions to all
rules. Deschutes Valley Tribune.
Kelmond Schools Open.
School opened here on Monday
and Is now In full swing. Slxty-ono
aro attending the high school, with
many more to follow as soon as the
fall crops are In. Of this number,
24 are from outside points, in me
manual training department. Just or
ganized, mere are in ouruutu, uuu
IS girls are taking domestic science
and art under Mrs. Lee. There are
ten enrolled In the commercial de
partment, and 16 In the teacher train
ing department. Redmond Spokesman.
Village School Shoes
You will find at tho end of n year that you havo expended
lean money. Heforo you buy shoes for your chlldron examine
ilrst tho Vlllago School Shoe. Bring tho boys and girls nnd
hive them titled.
Thos. H. face's
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Tel. Sll Rend, Oregon
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Bepnlrlng promptly attended to
Prices right, work gimrnntood
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Attorney At Law
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BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
la especially mado for this kind of country.
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome sorvlceablo dress shoo for men.
bentcn for tho monoy. GIvo these shoes a trial.
UP THE HOUSE
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R. H. Loven
K1IU Ilig Deer.
Perry South has enlargement of
the chest this week. He appeared
before Judges Cleaves ono day and
bought a hunting l'cense and the
next morning he went out and killed
the biggest buck that ever butted
" 'round these parts." It was, ac-
, cording to Perry, of the Democratic
1 w.A,i , n unvan nnlnipr. The deer
nhen brought to town welgbod over
350 pounds and was the largest ever
killed around Crescent And when
Perry tells the story he says 'The
Joke was on the other boys, they
-ent out two hours ahead of men
and didn't Bet nnythlng." Howerer,
the honors belong to Mr. South for
bringing home the biggest Mule deer
ver seen In Crescent. Crescent
A desirable bread knife free with
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' Bead Bulletin.
Friends of Wilson are still tryto to
explain what he meant by "too proud
to ftght." But can they tell n what be
jncsnt by "strict ccou.n.',.',i,i5?' -
Wont Ad only ONE CENT a word.
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