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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Monday's Dally.)
C. It. Irving, Mudrns attorney, In
spending thu tlity lit llcml.
(loorgu W. McLaughlin o( Lit I'lno
In ii pon ill iik tlio dny In Iliimli
I.00 DduiIIiiIi ruturnoil to Ilond to-
dny uftur iipiiinlliiij tho hint tlirou
wouku In Portland.
Al Davln, fonimrly of thin city, lit
In Mend today on u short business
Mr. ami Mm, A. J, I.lihlnlil of
Dufur, In Crook county, nrrlvod In
Ilunil today lo attend tlio ntocluiien'ti
W. 1. Vundovort emtio In from hi
ranch up thu rlvor mid will romnlti In
tlio city diirlnr. thu stockmen's con
vuntlon, II. I.. Tonoy, Italph Wortinnu and
W. 0. ('nmplwll arrived In lluml thin
morning from MoMlnnvlllu to utUind
tint ICIkn bunijuot HiIh ovoiiIiik.
J'rnost I. Ilyor, linvld 0. ItoKorn
ii ml Itownrd V. Dyer of Mllllcmi nru
In tlio city today transacting business
nt thu land office.
J. h. I'otorsun, grating oxnmlnor
of thu district forester's office In
Portland, arrived horu thla morning.
Ho In listed dm oiki of tlio speakers
nt thu Catllu mid Homo Iliilium' con
vention. V. V. Ilnrphnm, supervisor of thu
Ochoco national forest," was In Ilund
today conferring with Hujiorvlnnr N.
(1. Jucobnou of thu Deschutes forest.
Mr. Hnrpham will remain until Wed
J.ouls Ilonnolt, formerly of Ilond,
now In IiukIik'hh In Hllvur Inko. ar
rived In thu city Inst night mid In
remaining ovor for thu ICIkn' hnuijuot
thin evening. Hu miyH thai n largo
part of th a population of I.ukn rounty
will ho horn for tlio banquet mid for
tlio stockmen's convention.
Mrs. Wnllnco Martin of Portland,
who Jinn been thn guest of Minn
Marlon I.nwrcnco for thu last two
weeks, han ruturuod to hur homo,
John Bleldl received word by wlro
thin morning that hi sou, Btove,
master electrician In tlio U. R. nnvy,
has arrived nt Now York aftur sev
eral tnonthn of service overseas. John
Rtoldl, Jr., also In tlio navy, hni been
stationed nt Now York for ruiiiu tlmu.
section mid. hln, wlfo formerly lvod
(Krom Krlilny'H Dally.) ,
W. T. Pernio of Tumnlo wan In tlio
city today on court business,
liUHtor Ii, I.oiik nrrlvod In thu city
liuil nlitlit from hln honio In Harney,
mid In romitluliift ovor today.
Judge mid Mm, W. D, Humes hnvo
returned to Ilond from n Nhort visit
13, .1. Mnhnffoy ruturuod yesterday
from u buiilnuim trip Into I.uku
Mr. nml Mm. N. O. Wnllnco uro
spending tlio day In Ilond, Mr, Wnl
lacu appearing us coiiiimoI In tlio Day-ton-romio
ciiho In circuit court.
Ilonry M. Grunt, representative!
thu OniKoii Roclnl Ilyglonu nocloty,
forniorly principal of thu Ilond hljth
school, In In Jlond today on official
John, (loblo, of tlio engineering
'forgo of tlio Ilond Water, Light &
Power Co,, nrrlvod from tlio cost
thin morntnr,' and In looking ovor
UP TO BEND TO RECONSIDER
RAIL EXTENSION DECISION
SA YS OREGONIAN EDITORIAL
(From Saturday's Dally.
Wnrd Coblo ha returned from n
'business trip to Portland.
llnrdy Allon In In tlio city today
from hln homo In Misters.
It. Mlllonbarrfcr and II. P. Ilecbo
of I.a Pino woru among yesterday's
visitors In Ilond,
(loorgo W. McLaughlin of La Pino
wnn In Ilond yesterday transuding
Mr. and Mm. N. 0. Wnllnco of
Prlnuvlllu rot u mod to tholr homo Inst
night nftur spending tlio duy In thin
Ghnrfcn I., dint hf HlMtcrn was In
Ilond yeslorduy on his wny to Minne
sota, wliero ho expects to rumnlii for
several weeks huforu returning lo
Jnu llyrd, formerly of Ilond, In
now thu pulillHlior of n small mngu
xlno In Hun KimiicIsco, culled "T. N.
T. Mngnxlno, With n Kick." Tlio flri
copy of tlio new vonturo wax received
by Thu Ilulletln yosturdny.
A marriage llconno wnn liinuod In
Portland on the Hth to William II
'Sirock of Crvnct'iil mid Kulo" 12
N'acknr of Portland Mr Ilroclc In
ii wull known resident of the t'roiicont
(From Thunidny'R Dally.)
Wnrd Cohlu loft limt night on u
bunlnonn trip to Portland,
Jumon Hmllh him returned to
Ilond uftnr u brief bun I noun vlnlt In
W. W. Ynncoy of Prlnovlllo ar
rived In Ilond lunt night mid In ro
malulng ovor today.
Tom Cronlu, Dnti Hourlgan and
Put Aiigland of Powell llutto woro
vlnltom In tlio city yentorday.
Mrn, Jack Long enmo In from
PulMley Innt night, to noo her hun
band who nuntalmd a badly Injured
hand two dayH ngo.
Mr. mid Mrn. IC. P. Cecil nrrlvcd
In Ilond by nuto today from Port
land, Mr. Cocll linn recently been
discharged from nu ovomcuh unit
mid will bo In Ilond for novcrnl days
In connection with Hurvoylng work
on tlio DcHclluten National forcnt.
A. j. French of Llvlligiton, Ken
tucky, formerly In thu mon'n fur
ulnhlng bunlnesn In thin city, nrrlvod
In Ilond lait night and will remain
hero for novural day vlaltlng friend.
Htnto Honntor John II. Hell of
Kugatio arrived thl mornltvg for n
vlnlt with friend.' Senator Hull wan
formerly a rcaldont of Prlnovlllo and
wan well known hero. Ha In Intor
ontcd with D. II. People In tlio Du
chule County Abstract Co.
(From Haturdny'o Dnlly.'
Commoiitlng on tlio action of tlio
Ilond Commercial club In Km opponl
llon to tlio Rtrnhorn railroad, nt thu
romioflt of tlio local nawmlllH, tlio
Orogoulali of yenturday, ran tho fol
lowing, under tho caption, "Opposi
tion to tho Ilallroadn," iih Itn leading
"If every town In Oregon which
han a railroad woro to oppoao ox
tonnlon of that railroad lent other
towun nhould comu Into competition
with Itn luduntrlcn, wo might an woll
record tho end of railroad building
und therefore of development In tho
Interior of thu Htnto, Yot that Is tin
partition taken by Uend In regard to
extension of tho Htrahorn road from
tho Klamath valley to Ilond.
"Ilond appears to look nt tho mat
ter noluly from tho viewpoint of Itn
uwinllln. Tho latter havo u railroad
rato on lumber to Denver nnd nlmllnr
polntn which In C centn k-nn than tho
termlnnl ratcn to tho Pacific xoast
and only 1 cunt more than tho rnto
from Spokane, linker und other
point In tho white plno group sev
eral liundrod mile nearer tho mar
ket. Klamath Fall pnyn tho coast
terminal rate, nnd I therefore under
a handicap of C centn ns nalnnt
Ilond. If tho Duschute road should
bo connected with tho Strahorn road
and If tho latter should bo built from
Ilond to Klnmnth Falls, tho latter
town might claim the numo rato nn
Ilond enjoys. Tho possibility Hint
tho Uend rato would bo revised up
ward to meet tho Klaninjh rato seems
to havo boon tho motive for tho Uend
Commorclal club's voto agnlnst nld
to thu Strahorn road, for tho only
npcakor was tho manager of ono of
"No consideration nppoar to havo
been given to tho other way In which
Ilond would profit by construction
of tho Strahorn roads nor to tho great
benefit which would accrue to the
great rallroadlcsn area of Central
Oregon. Tho Strahorn road I proj
ected not nlono to connect Uend with
Klamath Fall. Another lino I to
run to Lakovlcw and a third to
Crano, whom It would connect with
tho O.-W. H. & N. lino eastward
througti Vnlo to tho Union Pacific
system, opening tho reat Harney
valley. A wldo agricultural nnd
stock-raising country wjuld bo
oponod, and tho Uend rollU would
hnvo n moro direct line, thus fortify
ing their rato position, which Is nono
"In saying that 'under tho presont
nurchusu nrS solicited to mnko sulcc- railroad administration rotes nover
tloiis early us first come will bo first go down, nnd tho Ilond mills might
served. William Hunley Co., Ilurnn, fluffor ,rom an upward rovlslon,' Mr
I'OUTV IIKAI) OF Pimi: IIUKI)
Six registered, bnlanco bred and
raised nut of lloll A herd. Ages two
and onu year old. This herd In too
woll known for Itn superior nuality
und careful breeding to need further
comment, They nro ready for In
spection nnd prices, mid can bo seen
nt Hell A much. Those willing lo
nnd went. Tlicno railroads: will
mnko Central Oregon develop nnd
prosper, mid nn It pronpers, no will
Ilond, Bond will not fully prosper
an a big sawmill town In mi Irrigated
oiisln In thu midst of n desert, Hciico
to condemn Central Oregon to stag
nation In the Interest of local in
dustries In not only narrow and
oelflnh but Is shortsighted, for It In
to condemn Uend lo restricted
"Thesp nro days of progress, not
of stagnation. They aro days of
broad vision, not of parochial selfish
ness. Uend should becomo Imbued
with the spirit of the times. It Is up
to Bend to reconsider."
IN CLOTHES DRIVE
Tlnto In IhU-udcil for Itctl Own
Work, mnl CMiernllori of tlio
Tropic of llii(l In Urgiil.
J Koyes not Only overlooked tho very
temporary character of tho present
railroad administration but tho prob
ability that federal railroad laws nnd
(From Monday's Dally.)
Hcllovlng that thero Is still n largo
quantity of old clothes In Hcnd, of
no uso to tho present owners, Mrs.
V. A. Forbes, of tho homo scrvlco
department of tho local lied Crosn
chapter, today Issued anothor ail I
for used garments in the otd clothes
drlvo; Tho chnpter'n quofn Is three
tons, nnd so fnr only one-third of
this lias been received, most of this
being sent in by nuxlllnrlen.
The time for tho ending of the
drive has been extended to ilay 1,
nnd Mrs. Forbes urges that Uend
families tako n moro lively interest
In tho needs of tbo""dostltuto of
Huropo, for whom tho clothes aro bo-In-g
asked, and endeavor to mako up
the city's quota before tho end of
SLAIN AT TUMALO
(From Monday's Dally.)
Moro than 800 rabbfts wore killed
at tho weekly drive in tho Tumalo
section yesterday, according to Uend
Sportsmen who attended the ovent.
Dinner was served to tho hunters by
tho ladles of tho West Side.
BEND TO KLAMATH
STAGE IS STARTED
Tlirru Trl Weekly Will Ho Mntlo
Itonil front Ilond to I, Pino Jtf-
Mirlcd In C'km1 Condition.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Thu first trip of tho season of
tho Dond-KIamath Falls stage lino
wnn made, starting from Ilond today.
On tho main lino thin yenr, Proprie
tor I. C. Itlcard will uso n Hudson
Super nix. Throo trips a week will
bo made from here, leaving on Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
After a week of work on tho Ln
Pino road by a grader and truck, this
road is In better condition todny than
over, according to B. L. Clark of
La Pino, who is In own today. Fif
teen miles this side of La Pine Iwc
now been worked and tho machinery
Is to continue on the Job utll it Is:
JACOB NYBACK VICTIM
Client In Crushed by Hrctlon of Trco
Trunk Itcforo Ho Can Leap Clcnr
of Impending Danger Dies'
Wlilto on Trnln.
UK KHCAI'KI) INFLUENZA.
"Last spring I had n terrible cold
and grlppo and was afraid I was go
ing to havo Influenza," writes A. A.
McNcese. High Point, Ga. "I took
Foley's Honey and Tar. It was a
sight to seo tho phlegm I coughed up,
I am convinced Foley's' Honey nnd
Tnr saved mo from Influenza." Con
tninn no opiates. Good for children.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
Six months to
BEN. K. PATHEAL
697 E Broadway
(From Tuesday's Dally)
His chest crushed by a log which
fell from tha top of a .pllo at tho
deckwny nt Shovlln-Hlxon Camp
No. 10, Jncob Nyback.'nged nbout 32
years, woods employe of tho com
pany, died early this afternoon he
ro ro tha trnln on which ho was being
carried could reach Ilond. Ho Is sur
vived by a wlfo and two children,
tho older only five years of ago.
The accident occurrod shortly after
lunch this afternoon. Nyback was
near a pile of logs sharpening a hook,
when suddenly and without warning
and from no apparent causa tho top
log rolled off tho pile, striking tho
logger. A companion, If. Hush, who
was standing near, sprang clear.
As tho log bounded on, Nyback
rose to bis feet, swayed dizzily and
fell to tho ground unconscious, no
wan Immediately placed on board a
. car, while an engine was detailed for
,a special trip to bring him to Bend,
but before a mile of the distance had
been covered ho was dead. A punc
tured pleural membrane, with prob
able Injuries to heart and lungs
caused by the pressure of tho
Jagged ends of fractured ribs, Is given
as the causo of death.
PLEADS GUILTY TO
(From Friday's Dally.)
Charged with disorderly conduct,
H. II. Riley appeared In tho polico
court yesterday afternoon, pleaded
guilty, and paid a fino of S5. Ills
father, W. II. Illley of La Pine, was
present at tho hearing, and after
being given a lecturo by City Judge
Peoples, promised that he would
keep a closo watch on his son's
conduct In the future..
CENTRAL OREGON f ARMER
iiktm "r.ru ror ciiKHKSTKRli A ' Industries
flniu utcUllle tOir, tctlcj wllb Ulue(0 -opposition
u..ui w uk r.r ciii.ciuis.Tr.ua V road th
wrote Mr. W. Sami, Skamania, Wash.
There's no silo too high for the Papcc Cutter
and it's a crcat power saver. . With a Papcc you
can cut your fodder at just the right ttage and
save all its nutriments.
Evtrr man who wnt to mibs tha blss.Mt prorlti out
of tlligd ned a I'apea. Youcin run It with your own
tho entire rato system will soon
i undorgo radical rovlslon. When that i
. chnngo Is mndo nnd when n general i
I rnto rovlslon Is uffectcit n town which ,
felt tho rnto position of Its chief'
to bo so wenk that it found
to construction of a new
rough n- wldo stretch of couu-l
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS bo nn Inviting object of nttnek.
mm irurDYUfHPnP worrit "Tho Interests of Ilond nr6 notl
tkiiuj tVtKIWiifcllt t8tu wrnppcd up with those of Its rnw-l
- - - - - - - mills nlono. Thoy nro Identical with
tho Interest!! of nil of Central Ore
gon, which can best Do sorved by
through railroads, north, south, cast
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MILLICAN MAN HELD
TO THE GRAND JURY
1 Tnuschrr WnivrM Kxumlnntlon an
Chnrxo of Calf Htcnlliig mid i'uts
Uii IM.-50 Cahli Hall.
JUiatiniilin. Out your illiBQilowlT And let 11 cilia
you iret morn In tbo llo tfitn audit U billtr tilaa.
1'ipeo Cultari built In til ttiri-trora tho 8-ton
i-nour miouinu, operaieu wnn a -u,i
name, to KMon-in-nour hup.
Wrlltt for Krcr CuIuIor
l'lipcr C.'ullrr. SlllkliiK .tlnrlilnrM,
iinrii i;iiitmrni, nriinrmura. i.ir.
llnlry Nupi'ly HrnUiiunrlrrM lot
Aililrrx iinircul liininr.
Dairy Machinery Co.
987 Wsstarn Ava. Soattlo
Menroa & Crlaall
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Send rao lopco Gutalogg, free, without obltgitlou.
Name.,..,...,,...'. .....,.., , Address..,.
DAIR.Y MACHINERY CO., 007 Western Ave., Scuttle
k. MONROE & CRISELt. 91 J Front $t.t Portland
(From Saturday's Dally.'
Arrested by Sheriff S. E. Koborts
on tho charge of stealing u'cnlt said
to buvo belonged to H, K..Grlme8,
V, TuuBchor. of Mllllcnn apponrcd In
Justlco court this morning, wnLved
preliminary examination and was
bound ovor to tho grand Jury by
Judgo J, A, Knatoa. Ho was re
leased from custody after putting up
$?G0 cash "ball.
PUBLISHED BY THE BEND HARDWARE COMPANY.
ONE DOLLAR FINE
Mm. IL It. Illley 1'lcaiN Guilty to Pis.
orderly Conduct CIiui'ko Ix De
fendant in Dlvorco Suit.
(Prom Monday's Dally.)
Pleading guilty to it chnrgo of dla-.
orderly conduct, Mra, II 11. lliloy of
this city was fined $1 In polico court
Saturday afternoon by Municipal
Judgo Pcoploa. In explaining tho
tight duo, Judgo Pooplos doclarod
that ho considered tho dotondnut to
bo moro Binned against than sinning,
Mrs. lUloy's husband, who pleaded
gutlty to a similar chango earlier In
tho voek, has filed suit for dlvorco.
TIIIJ IWtOI'IT IV A (MKIH'N.
Tho homo sardoH is profitable, for
ono reason, because It saves the cost
of vegetables that otherwlso would
bo bought. It Is n healthful enter
prise. Ii furnishes excellent outdoor
exorcleo. It provides vegetable that
are fresher, more palatable nnd bet
ter than mairy to bo had In tho mar
ket. Tho home-garden vegetables aro
always uvnllnblc, to be hnd not only
without expense, but without Incon
venience. Therefore, thoy nre likely
to bo used moro freely than it a trip
to market or even a telephone call
13 it thero Is still anothor particular
in which tho home garden confers a
groat benefit. Tho boy .or girl who
Is given a part In cultivating n homo
garden, who Is charged with somo of
the responsibilities and put to solve
some of tho problems of cultivation,
acquires in tho process u spirit of
seir-rellnnco, n knack of making tho
means at hand servo thu end desired,
that will bo valunblo throughout the
real of thut boy's or lrrs ltfu in any
kind of scrvlco that may bo required.
Thus tho homo garden is a training
school In personal efficiency.
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Many Americans do not cat enough
greens nnd inlud vegetables for tholr
Ono of tho host things about tho
garden Is that it offers work suited
lo each member of tho family.
What Is n back yard good for? It
may bo made to supply thu average
family with fresh vegetables through
tho growing season.
A weed is any plant In tho wrong
plnco. Vegetables too close together
are an Injurious to each other us
woods. Thin them out before they
tiro largo .enough to crowd,
A row crops well chosen and prop
erly cultivated aro proforublo to a
miscellaneous assortment -no ono of
which will supply enough vogotabloa
to, make u full, serving tor tho entire
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