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TUP! 1W.SU ttVLhKTIS, ItMM), WKI'NKHDAY, AI'IHJj !I0, 1013.
WHAT ABOUT A
ATJNO SHASON of the yenr is it
possible to procure more beau
tiful pictures tlmu during the
springtime. You will want to take
some pictures this spring. Perhaps
you are even now getting your
camera ready or perhaps you are
thinking about purchasing a new .
camera or Kodak. In either case let
us help you. We have a new line of
Kodaks just received. Thchc contain
the (latest 111111 improvements. If,
you need any photographic supplies,
such as films, plates, developers, de
veloping tanks, etc., then remember
that we have what you want.
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Vornun A. Forbes returned Thurs
lay iiIkHI from l'orlland.
(luy Peterson was down from La
Pino tho Mral of thtf week.
Harold K. Smith, format rangor,
pcnl tho wi-ck-cnd In town.
The I'rlaolllnn mot .Monday oven
In wllh MUs l.ols V. Force.
Tho Hrldgo Club will moot Frldntf
Nllvrnmii with Mm. Overturr.
M. H. Miller, tho Imfcrt man nt
llariwr, was In town Monday.
mini, to Mr. and Mra. Frank Ileum
lot Friday, an 11-pound girl.
lb rn, Thursday, to Mr. and Mm.
II. L, Moiirat, a 7 li -pound lioy.
Mr, (lanrico A. Jones will ho host-
tunlKht for tho Kvenlng "&00"
Hhurlrf Frank Klklnn and Itohort
pvply wore over from I'rlnovlllo
Mra. Florence l'owison spent Sun.
day with Mra. M. W. Knickerbocker
J. Alton Thompson waa up from
Itedtnond Saturday, a guest at Ho
Ilort Powell, who hat charge of tho
U0 Davenport ranch al Alfalfa, waa
In town lait Thursday.
( V. Hllvla and n party wero In tho
llmltor aouth of hero tho laat or tho
week doing somo cruising.
Mra. J. II. Htanloy of tho Haven-
port-Htanley ranch luia na her gucsta
hur paruntii from tho Kast.
J. J. Klatllt till a mnt fill! ta llllttllms nt
. . ....lf wj ws MMIIII'VI wi
fruit tree around hla apartment
iiousu noxi io mo Aiintnoni.
Frank Dlhhlo of llurna haa gono
to Portland to Rot n now Cadillac
ear for tho llcnd-lliirns run.
Tom Triplet!, n former realdont of
lloud, oamc In Friday from Aahland,
accompanied by C. II. Do lau.
J. M. Miller, who haa recently re
turned from Washington state, loft
.Monday for hla ranch at Tumalo.
I). II. Nlswongor, Urothor of Klmor
Nlswongor, haa coino hern with hla
rainlly from Wnlln Walla, and will
Harold Bhumwny at Willamette
University, Salom, arrived In ilond
laat wcok and haa taken a position
with M. H. Uttln & Co.
Carpenters aro busy this wcok fin
IshlnK tho Inaldo of A. I. Fronch's
stono rvsldonco, and ho expects to
niovo In about May 10.
Tho brick and stono work on tho
Myers ft Wllkoy building on I to ml
atreot haa boon completed by II, 1).
Hourcy, tho contractor.
J. I). Davidson camo In Friday
from hla homestead at Powell Iluttu.
Ho will mako final proof boforo Com
tnlsslonor Kills on May 17.
Charles II. Hunter expects to leavo
noxt week on an oxtonded visit to
hla old homo In tho Kast. Ho will
ro by way of California, to bo Rono
ahfiit four months.
Donnld lllnndlng haa equipped
Corkott's with llvo vory nttractlvo
postora advertising tho now aundiicH
which Imvo boon put on for tlio huiii
iniir i'oi iiLilu scano.i.
Joseph Vnrco, who homestendod
320 acres of Innd In Ununda noar
J.othbrldgo, Albortn, has coino to
Control Oiogm to tako up 320 ncres
of Undo Hiiiii'h domain.
Mr. nnd Mra, C. M. Hrngg wero In
town Monday from their much. Mr.
llrngg badly Injured lilu rlRht nyo
whlhi burning brush sorno tlmo ago
mid may loan tho sight.
Tho ttmchuifi mid officers of tho
ProHbytoiInn Huniluy school will meet
tonlKht at tho homo of H. II. Ford.
nt 8 o'clock, to plan for tho omiiiIiir
Children's Day service Juno 8.
Henry A. Ilnssett and Wllllnm A.
Walkup wore at tho Altnmoiit-Moun-tnln
View hint weok, going out to
llmiiplon for a few dayH. Thoy ox
pact to apond tho aiimmor here.
Tho outnt of rognlln ordered by
the lloiid Iteboknh IoiIro homo time
ago arrived lust weok, mid tho lodge
Is well tilpped In this line. Tho
membership now IoIiiIh nearly r.0.
'.. M. Ilrown Ih over from I'rlno
vlllo to mnko assessment of town
property for tho county usseitsor. H.
.1. Owirturf will mnko the nnsowimont
of prtpoity In this vicinity out or
Mrs, Kd Ilrcstarhoiis, Mrs. John
Htoldl, Mrs. Ueorgo H. Young and
little daughter Josophlno spent yen
lerdny with Mrs. C. M. Itedfleld at
Deschutes, being driven down by Mr.
Bloldl In his car.
F. I Young, V. F. Chaw and Dr.
3. 8. Thayer of Paisley arrived hero
Inst week from tho borax lakes In
I.nko county. Mr. Hhaw la from Ban
Francisco, being an officer of tho
company owning tho borax deposits.
Tho band Is practiclnR this week,
and may play Friday night, a piece
wiltten by O. M. auptlll, entitled
"Kmblom Club Marcti." The weekly
concert was given by tho players last
Friday evening at Wall and Oregon
An cnjoyahlo social waa Riven last
Friday evening nt tho homo of Mra.
K. M. Thompson by tho Methodist
Kpworth league, and thero waa an
attendance of 35 or 40 young people.
Tho evening waa spent playing games
and In other entertainment, and re
freshments of sherbet and eakn wore
Harry C. Smith, an automobile
man of Hums, came over last Thurs
day to get eight now Ford cars. In
tho party with him wero Harry '..
.Smith. John It. Walkup, Ciieator Dal
ton. Max Thompson, Itny Dunsmore
and Mrs. Arcilo McOnwan, who will
drive machines back. Mrs. Me
(lowan went down to l.ylo, Wash.,
to visit relatives until tho autos
JDon'i you hae o aa o tee any ody, and
have them (YuAAy you oui of the haJtJtjui&lie
cau4e iiiooki 4iaiy? afwent o Ace Xaura
he oiher day. Iter huSjbancl. had Act heA fix
u ihe barior, Lui vhal a hail the had,
Q home ii no completely fuAniihed
vhen Ue halt where fteoftle ju come in
does no I look inviina. a am no ashamed
of my haii,
Qaly'A howling foA moAe milk.
So iona, '
(P, S,-3u( ha nevs hail iree and ruy vry
hina you need foA Ihe home from
G. wTt. uhompson
Where Your Dollar Docs Ite Duty.
Htnlo Witter lUuml Furors Tiimnlo
HALKM, April 2f,.Tho Htnto
Water Hoard at Its meeting Thurs
day extended the tlmo within which
water usem from Tumnlo creel; In
Crook county aro to complete thcr
Irrigation works, mid npply tho water
to boiioflelal uso. Tho limit na orlRln
ally Mt lit the order of tho board, na
conllrmed by tho Circuit Court of
Creok county, waa October 1, 1913,
but tho board extended tills tlmo two
years, giving tho Httlorn until Oc
tober 1, 19 IS, to comploto tholr
ditches mid laterals and una tho
This extension covers all uncom
pleted rights olalmed by settlors un
der tho Columbia Koulhern project,
and leaves tho Hottlomont or auoh
rights In tho blinds or tho Dosort
T MIHf 23
Set en Hoys to be (inidiuitrd Itoiii
the lllgli Kchool.
Tho Hcnd High Hchool wilt this
year graduate sevon lcys, the largest
clans It has yet turutid out. Com
mencement will bo held Friday, May
23, with Governor West probably as
tho speaker. Tho state executive has
been Invited to deliver an address,
but as yet his acceptance has not
The graduating sermon will bo
preached on Sunday. May 18, by Ho v.
12. C. Newborn or tho Methodist
Tho school has had ft very success
ful year, with tho largest attendance
that hut been known here, thero hav
ing been nearly S00 children cnrollcfl
during tho session.
Tho following boys compoio tho
graduating class: Ivan McGIIIvray,
Harry Johnson, John Hates, Carl
Hunter, Hay Dqyarmond, Claude
Vandcvcrt and Kenneth Minor.
IIOI.TO.V COKK TO KIMATir.
F. I.. Holton, of tho firm of Holton,
Huetenlk & May, left yesterday for
Klamath Falls. Mr. Holton Just re
ceived word from his partner, H. P.
Huetenlk, who haa boon at Klamath
Falls for some time, that the firm has
landed tho engineering end of a large
Irrigation enterprise. Donald May,
the third member of tho firm, will re
main hero In chargo of tho local
XKW IIAKKIIV OPi:.NIN(.
Tho Amorloan Hakcry will open
Its new store In tho Howo building
icroHH Wall streot from tho iKistofllcc
nn Saturday, Muy 3. Six broad tick
ets for ii quarter. Hot cross buna
ovory evening at C except Saturday
and Sunday. Advertisement. 8
Hot rnH buns every afternoon nt
n o'rlix'k Mt American llakcry. Wall
Street. Svw store. Adv. Htf
Correcting a Quotation.
In Ids book. "A Wanderer In Flor
ence." K. V. I.ikiw furiilidie n ii.mv
rt'iidlug for that limitation nbout tho
U'nvit on thu brookH of Viillombronu.
thmigh he vreillla It to ii ihiiihIii neniHs
the Kiiid. Mr. I.ucmh vbtlled Vnlloui
broitit and, doMTlblug the extnrtlotuito
rnteri of the hotels there, tells the
story: A departing American was
eying bl bill with a rueful ghtuco as
we were leaving. "Milton hud It
wrong.'' he sold to me, with tho freo
nuiHonry of the plucked, tor I know
him not. "What ho meant was 'thick
as thlovos.' "
It Did, It Oldl
Thero wan a time, yearn ngo, when
school nuthorltloM wero not afraid to
bo grimly humorou.
Under the head of "limtnictlon" the
New York Dully Tlmen of Aug. 10.
ISitf, printed thli niiuouiicemcnf:
Dear Uoys Troublo bonlns Bpt. IV
li A. KA1HCIUI.D.
A Ruds Llttls Qlrl.
Maldon Aunt (rending)-In heaven
there Is no iniirrylug or glvlifg lu mar
riage. Small Maxle-It must seem llko
heiiveii to you here on entth, doenu't It,
auntie? Chicago News.
"Say, Knrl, what do you think of our
new pupa 7"
"Haven't we had hint onco beforor"
Skill nnd assurance nro on Invincible
couple, Duteli Proverb,
Dellcloua Ice cream and soda water
served at Owl Pharmacy fouqtalu, be
ginning Saturday, Adv. H
GRAND JUHORSjRE DRAWN
Fhe Urnd .Men I.Utril For Work Next
Week at Prliievllle.
Hend cltlions drawn for Jury acr
vlco at I'rlnovlllo noxt weok arc A.
j. Collins. Anton Aune. P. II. Dcnccr,
(3. T. l.uthy and J. I). Hcyburn.
From other towns the Jurors arc:
Madras, John Campbell, W. It. Cook,
D. W. Harnett; Uldlaw. C. P. Deck
er. C. II. Hatch; Culver, T. J. Leach,
A. W. Hoyco; Prlnevllle. O. O.
dams, C. Johnson, J. W. Livingston,
I. Kemmllng, S. K. Hodges. W.
Marsh; McKay, T. Korshaw; Hay
Creek, O. Divls; Post. John It. Knox;
Sisters, J. W. Delry; Opal City, Isaac
Martin; Held, F. C. Logan; Orlxzley.
C. A. Newblnn; Gateway, A. T. Mcr;
tin; Latnontn, J. Achey; Itedmond,
C. W. Muma, C. II. McLaughlin; Pau
lina, C. H. Henry; Ashwood, T. S.
DIVER IS UNSUCCESSFUL
Searches ltlver Itetl For Tour Days
For I Iodic of Dmuneil Hoy.
Tho diver who began on Saturday
searching tho river below the Llns
ter brldgo for tho liodles of William
Gorton and I.nwrenre McClaskey,
who wero drowned two weeks ago
today, gave up tho task as hopeless
and this morning returned to Port
land. For four days he searched the
bed c-f tho liver from a point about a
qunrtor of a mllo abovo tho North
Caunl dam to thu old Swalley Hume,
with no result
lu order to pay tho dlvor'o charges
md oxpenscs a subscription was tak
en In town by which a llttlo over
$100 waa raised. Tho county court
la expected to mako up tho balance
which amounts to about lo0. W.
P. Vnndovert waa In charge of tho
Hundreds of people thronged the
river bank Saturday and Sunday to
watch the diving operations.
COHKKTT Hl'ILDINn IIOMK.
Work haa been started on a bunga
low resldcnco lor C. H. Corkott, In
Kenwood, cn lot 8, block 20. It will
bo n bIx or aeven room houso, with
modern conveniences. It will have
a basement and fireplace. It la lo
cated near Joo Innos' homo and com
mands an excellent vlow of tho river
and i-f Hond. Tho coBt will bo be
twooi $1500 and $1700.
PROGRESS DFJEWER WORK
Hotter ItcMilts In April Than In Any
"It Is certain that bottor progress
has been inn do In April than In any
previous mi nth," says Engineer Koon
In speaking of tho uewor work. Ex
cavation has been completed on Ohio
Hond and Kentucky streets, In the
allay west of Wall and Is practically
di'iio lit tho adjoining alloys. In a
few days pipe will bo laid and the
work completed. Practically all tho
uptown woik will bo finished by tho
end of Juno.
This morning the boiler was moved
from Us location ou Qhlo street to
tlio hoavy out at the lower end of the
main sewer just west of tho canal
crossing. About 20 men will be put
on this work noxt week.
On the matn aewor In Wlostorla,
considerable progress hos been made
and also at the tunnel at Sixth street
Tbo crossing of tho railroad spur on
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Crepe Kimonos ot $1.75, $2.00
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Wall street la completed.
Six service connections have been
mado and sovcra! more ordered. It
Is estimated that property owners
who have this work dono now aro
saving from 2G to 40 per cont or what
tbo work will cost later.
Figures showing the progress of
the work nro being prepared and will
be available next week when tho en
gineer's report will be made to tho
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