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nRND BUIiMTXIN, I1RND, OREGON, Tlll'llMDAY, MARCH Ul, tl)IB
III ' ' ' I ' HI . I I I1- " - wex
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(Prom Monday's Dally.)
E. 13. Stowcll was lii Redmond to
day. I. W. Hart Is passing aovornl days
J. K. Chcsnut was in from Mctollus
today buying wood.
A slx-pound baby girl was born
Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gallagher nro
rocolving congratulations on the
birth of a girl yesterday.
To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hampson,
of tli McKlnloy-Hnmpson mill, n
girl was born Saturday evening.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. K. E. Sawyer Friday morolug.
Tho child wolghed eight pounds.
Mrs. Clotn Drown and Miss Mario
Austin of Itedmond canio In on this
rooming's train and will return to
night. W. L. Dutton, who was hero at
tending tho conferenco of forest
eervlco gracing supervisors, returned
to Baker today.
Goorgo Schear, -well-known engi
neer of Bond, has enlisted In tho
31st Engineer regiment, which Is
now recruiting In Portland
Harvey Hansen, Chicago represen
tative of tho Bend Water, Light and
Powor company, has been In Bend
over tho week-end. Ho leTt on this
All of tho forest service officials
aero Saturday to attend tho grazing
examiners' conferenco returned to
tholr posts yesterday and today.
This Is tho first meeting of this sort
In District 6. Tho men exchanged
ideaB and outlined the. work for next
SIX WILL ULW FOR TRIUSl'RER.
(Continued from Pago One.)
solection of Pat. Tom Neuhauson is
managing Senator McNary's cam
paign, with tho aid of tho senator's
brother John of Salem, -who Is some
thing of an astuto politician him
self, in a quiet way. Elbert Bedo,
Cottago Grovo editor, and A. H. Har
ris, Portland newspaperman, are said
to bavo 16,000 'of somebody's money
to sproad around for S. B. Huston,
another Republican senatorial can
didate Bedo Js running for stato
senator himself and is supporting
Gus Moser for governor. With theso
multifarious duties he has bitten off
a rather big chunk for one slim
shouldered nowspaper editor to chow,
but Redo is a noblo scion of n noblo
houso politically. Ho is a son of J.
Adam Rede, erstwhllo famous con
gressional humorist, and perhaps
8omo of his dan'a humor figures In
his plan to run for office himself
and also 'boost tho fortunes of two
such worthies as Gus Moser and S. R.
Linn linn Rig Job.
Another sturdy henchman of Stan
dout is Jim Linn, well known Demo
crat of Marion county. Ho has taken
upon his shoulders tho heavy burden
of trying to got Stnnllold "by" In Mc
Nary's own county, which will prob
ably bo some Job for a Democrat to
tackle nil by himsolf, although let
It be known, at that, there nro some
strong Stanflcld supporters among
omo good citizens right hero In
Marion county. Rut this is only to
bo expected when It Is considered
that McNury has been a leading law
yer and strong in politics for n great
many years In this section. Jim Linn
is well known ovor In tho Central
Oregon country, whoro ho owns some
land which ho visits somt-occnslon-
ally. Regardless of his being a Dem
ocrat, Linn Is well liked 1n his homo
territory, hut it is doubtful It he can
rustlo up enough strength to make
any appreclablo dont in McNary's
polllcal armor hero.
Goiulp J Conlllctlng.
Speaking about Stanfield's chance,
conflicting reports aro heard from
tho various sections of Wcstorn and
Southern Oregon, which ho has vis
ited. Some say ho has been going
strong, while others say his appear
anco hasn't ovon caused a rifflo.
Ouo thing is certain that Stanfleld
Is operating a campaign a littlo along
brass band lines, whllo McNary Is
reaching a largo number of voters
by lottor and by speedy action In
Congress. Stanfleld has visited per
sonally every county In this end of
tho stato nnd expects to visit them
again. Thero is no doubt that Rob
Is affable, chummy and pleasant and
I has a broad smile. Tho fact that ho
has two or thrco millions tucked
awny somewnero may nun mm anu
it may help him. It is certain that
a largo number of peoplo llko to
shako bands with a millionaire.
When they go homo tnoy tell tho
folks that "that thero Rob Stanfleld
is a great friend of mine. I was
Just up ho street talking with Rob
and ho told mo," and so on, et
cetera. The fact ithat Robert has
Realizing that the securing of farm labor this
year will become increasingly difficult, we have
decided to assist our friends in every way pos
sible to get in touch with available help, and for
this purpose will establish at our office a
FARM LABOR EXCHANGE
It is our plan to keep in touch with the labor
markets in the nearby cities, the Federal em
ployment office, the different municipal employ
ment offices and such private organizations as
may be concerned, so that any farm help that
can be spared elsewhere will be sent here.
Farmers desiring help should fill out and mail
to us this blank:
Date. J.Z 1 3 1 8
'amo, In Full....
Address ., .-
How far from........;..... (nearest city) mllos
By what road
Tolophono, if anyx(glvo number). ........ ..,,. .....'...,.
Or nearest nolghbor having telophono.... .,.....,
Kind of help needed (indicate by X) :
(b) Female- t ,., .,
(c) Single ..
(d) Man and wife ...
Number of acres to be cultivated............. .....
Number of stock, if any, help Is to tako caro of:
Homos Cattle .Shoop,.......i Hogs
For how long is help required ..j months
At what pay, $ ..month and board
Will "green" help do
Nationality preferred -
Cut Out and Mall at Onco to
Tho Flnt Nullonnl Rank
boon n regular littlo accumulator
will not hurt him In that direction,
but, on 'tho other hnud, thoro nro
numerous volors who dlsllko tho Idea
of his having so much wool stored
away In tho warehouses nnd so much
coin stored nwny In tho banks. From
tho looks of 'things ho will havo to
separate himself from considerable
of tho coin baforo tho campaign Is
ovor, and probably considerable of
tho wool to ,nuko up for tho hole
mudo in tho pllo of coin. Rut lt)t
Robert and Louis Simpson nnd n tew
of tho other boys In tho game It all
londs to help tho nowspaper men,
which Is considered as a decidedly
Rut tor all of that tho folks over
this way nro satisfied that McNary
Is going to land top Hide up when the
votes ro counted. From a two
mouths' away view It seems curtain
McNary will ca,rry tho Western Ore
gon counties ,by a good margin nnd
will como out of Multnomah county
strong. Tho quiet campaign that ho,
Is making Is the sumo, kind that has
landed a number of fast working pol
iticians Into Jobs in Oregon beforo
this and apparently It will repent.
IhxiU No Wlilrtulnd.
Probably halt u dozen or tuorq
Coos county peoplo havo bean In
Salom during tho past week and they
bring surprising news. They say
that Louis Simpson is not going to
scare up the whirlwind In that coun
ty that tho newspapers down that
way say he will. If thero Is anything
In the old proverb, ho should make
something of n whirlwind down
there, because ho certainly has been
showing tho wind (u his best ap
proved oratorical stylo.
Rut, getting down to brass tacks,
thoso men say that Ixiuts might be
treated with a surprise. They assort
ho no doubt will get a big compli
mentary voto, but there aro chances
of his not ovon carrying his own ter
ritory. Theso reports havo caused
n vast amount of tonguo wanting
around tho cupltol, nnd this Is nil tho
moro truo because somo of the' men
bringing tho reports nro mighty
good mon down In tho dairy country.
Women Wort EnnnloM.
For somo unknown reason many
of tho women seem to havo tholr
littlo hatchets out tor Louis, they
say, and from others enraes the
statement that tho fact of his being
an employer of labor in the lumber
mills Is not going to aid htm with
tho lumberjacks. Thero has boon
a big influx of new lumberjacks into
that country during tho past year
and many of them never heard of
Mr. Simpson before, but slnco ar
riving bavo heard about' his Uymo
out at Shoro Acres and know his af
filiation with tho lumbering inter
ests. However truo theso suppositions
may be, tho fact reinalns'that n num
ber of good citizens from the south
western corner of tho stato say that
Louis is living up to the ndfcge about
tho prophet In his own country nnd
to politicians hero thttse assertions
havo como aB tho surprise of all sur
prises so far in the campaign.
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A Short Rut Strung: Statement
Womon with hachncho, rheuma
tic pains, soro musclos, stiff Joints
or other symptoms of kidney troublo
should road this statement from Mrs.
S. C. Small. Clayton, N. M.: "Foley
Kidney Pills havo dono mo moro
good than nil other modlclnos." Thoy
strengthen weak kidneys and banish
sloop-disturbing bladder ailments.
Sold everywhere. Adv
THIS SERVICE IS FREE TO ALL
The First National Bank
FOR SALE 50 lino wool owes; will
Iamb March 25. J. E. Warner,
I'owoll Rutto. 24-3-4p
FOR RALE Horses and colts. Win,
Hoist, Horn!, Ore. 12-3p
FOR RENT OR 8ALI At a bar
gain, 25G acres at I'lalnvlow
school dlstrlot, 100 acres under
tho ditch, cloar, Invol and undor
cultivation. l'JG acres freo wntpr
right, Hood, Implements. Am tod
old to ranch place. J. Htachll,
Olst, Orog. 2-3p
FOR SALE Tillamook calves. Boo
Gosnoy at TImborworkors Union.
Phono 2171. 1-tfc
FOR SALE SWH NEVi Sec. ' 10
tp 21, rg. 1!), adjoining Imporlal
Oregon, 40 acres $15 per uere, al
so adjoining. Address ovwn r, V.
Eye Specialist of Portland, will
be in Bend again Tuetday and
WednenJjy. March 26 and 27,
at Thornsen Jewelry Store.
Consult 1'iin Don't forget the
date. lro at Redmond on
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CLASSIC CO A TS
Arc the embodiment of refinement. In every line and every curve
you will find that distinctive air of exclusive grace which charms
and tells of their quality at a single glance.
Your critical inspection is invited with our assurance that
the prices arc as attractive as are the garments themselves.
REED-SMITH MERC. CO.
DESCHUTES COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE
C. RaggH, 1308 N Charles, Haiti
moro, Mil. l-2-3.pl
FOR SALE Second hand Single I
cream sopurator, 500 lb. capacity,
15.00. A. Ahltttrom, Hoschuto,
vnil MA IP r.iinil r,.i'n1!in luirrnl
churn, bowl. mold. Three Ht-ctlon '
harrow, wood liars, xtel plow. 2-Up
FOR SALE My ranch, under Ar
nold dltoh, southeast of Rand,
120 ncreit fenced, 40 arre under
cultivation. AddroxH (Mum. I)
Rowe, Rouucm Fcrov Jdaho.
FOR SALE Empty lard barrels at
American Rnkory. 53p
FOR SALE Dairy cowa, Joraoy and
Hnlatolns, good mllker nnd nro
milking, nlao yearling heifer and
calves. J. J. Chapman, Powell
Rutto, Oregon. 2-3p
FOR SALE Dairy cowa, Joraoyn
and Holatolna, good mllkont and
nro milking, nlno yearling heif
ers, nnd calvoa, J, J. Chapman,
Powell Rutto, Oregon.
FOR SALE Seven yearling helf
ort. F. V. Swisher, Tumah Oregon.
FOR SALE OR RENT Stock
ranch, C40 acres; fenced, houses,
hams; 100 acres lutnmur fallow
ready to sow; water, Iota out range.
Term. to unit, root cash or crop. In
qulro Honklo & Haines, Horn), Oro.
FOR SALE NWtf 8V Soc. 27,
Tp. 17, S. It. 12, containing 30 acres,
moro or losa, lying northoaHt of Rend
and within u ;nllo and u half of tho
center of the city. Terms, cash. Mako
mo an offer. J. F. Roan, Court House,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 21-47tfc
and paying for ndv and other ex II A (losney, Rend, Oro. I'honw
penses. Julius Krollwltx 22-3-Op 2171 08.3-4r
STRAYED Two black work marcs, LOST Eight head heifers and
six yearn old, weigh 1,250 Ilia. "steers; brand L C on left hip, left ear
Rranded C'roas 7. on loft shoulder , split. Finder notify O. L. Smith.
Hair brand 4 on left hip. Notify I ai-62.2t
TO TRADE OR EXCIIANOE.
TO TRADE For chickens, brnnd
new 120 egg hot water Incubator
Inquire Rulletln. 2-3p
TO TRADE Ssvon passenger car,
1913 model, for team, haruoHH
nnd wagon. L, O, Rood, Ilox 80,
Rend, Oro. 0a-3-4-6-Cp
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WANTED Rng rugs and carpets
woven by Clara E. Nichols, Tum
alo, Oro. Rugs 'to bo left at Red
Cross shop to bo sold on commis
MODERN PLOWING i dono by A.
R. Taylor; prices roasonahlo, Mc
Kay Avo Mill Add., P. O. Ro 105.
LOST AND FOUND.
ESTRAY Como to my place, 0
miles samhoast of Alllllcau ranch,
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havo samo, by giving satisfactory
proof and paying for adv and other
oxponses, Julius KrcllwlU. 78-20
ESTRAY Como to -my placo, 0 mllos
southeast of Mllllean ranch, grey
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samo by giving satisfactory proof
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