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BEGIN SOON ON
ROAD EXPERT AVAILABLE
Hulkllng to lie For Tuberculosis !
tlents Will Arroniniolii(o 20 nt
ijtnrt Institution to llo llcst
of Kind In tho Northwest.
FlnnB for tho sanatorium which
Is to bo built hero, according to ,tho
ennouncoment luado In Tho Uullottn
last week, aio progressing and It Is
expected that with tho settlement of
a fow flnnl matters of'uctall It will
bo posslblo to begin construction. Dr.
V. C Coo, ono of tho promoters, says
that the stte chosen Is on land of
Tho Bend Company above town and
near tho river. Tho building plan
that is under consideration follows
closely tho plan of tho state Institu
tion for tho trcatmen of tuberculosis
patients at North Reading, Mass.
Specifications arc being prepared for
this building nt tho present time
and when they are completed and the
other details arranged contracts will
As Indicated In the building plans,
tho sanatorium will bo Intended for
tuberculosis sufferers, and It is ex
pected that It will open with its full
capacity of patients, 20 In all. Tho
building will bo on tho so-called butter-fly
plan, with a central portion
for administration purpose and two
wings running from It at obtuso an
gles for tho accommodation of pa
tients. Theso wings will bo open
on tho sunny sides and In the rear
of each will bo rooms correspond
ing to tho number of bed for tho
mo of patients on days when tho
weather Is too cold for them to re
main In tho open portion. A separate
building will contain kitchen and
dining room and nurses' quarters.
Speaking of the sanatorium. Dr.
"For six years I have been watch
ing tho statistics of deaths as re
ported by the state board of health
and I have observed hat Crook
County shows tbe lowest death rato
from tuberculosis of any county In
tho state, only 4 or 6 per cent of all
deaths in the county being from
that cause. Malheur comes next
with about G per cent, while in Clack
amas It 1b about 19 per cent. Of the
Crook county deaths, it should be
noted that many of them are of what
might be called imported cases; that
Is, low cases originate here. For some
time I have been trying to start a
sanatorium here to tako advantage
of these favorable conditions and
success Is beginning to come. We
are going to have tho best Institu
tion of Its kind in the Northwest. "
Tho officers of tho company are:
Dr. E. A. Pierce, president; Dr. U. C.
Coe, secretary; Dr. B. Ferrell and
O. M. Paterson. directors. All are
local men- but Dr. Pierce. He" Is a
Portland physician who specialize
In tuberculosis, having a private h.ic
pltAl for tbe purpose there. He tun
made several visits to Bend to u
serve local conditions.
O. A. 0. Pino Prof. Hkrlton nt Sor
lcos of tho County.
Tho following loiter hna boon re
ceived by County Jmlgo Springer:
To tho Honorable Board of the Coun
Tho extension-division of tho Ore
gon Agricultural College taken pleas
ure In announcing that nrrangomontH
havo been niiulo which will plncu
Prof. 0. V. Skolton, our highway ex
port, nt tho service of the peoplo of
tho stato. Wo aro anxious thijt his
service bo used In n wny to best nil
vauco tho caiiBQ of bettor ronds. For
tills reason, wa uro communicating
directly with you.
Prof. Skolton has just returned
from nn extended Investigation of
the subject of highway construction
In tho United States. This, tagothor
With his long study of tho subject,
Qualifies him to speak with authority
on this question.
We aro now arranging dates for
Prof. Skolton and shall ho pleased to
include your county In tho Itinerary
If you aro In. a position to use his
services to advantage.
HA1.PH D. 1IKTZHL.
COURSE WILL BE THOROUGH
Instruction to Fnrniers and Wives to
I5o Given by Able Lecturer.
PKINEVILLE, Feb. 9. Arrange
ment for the farmers' short course
are fast noaring completion. Classes
will begin at 8 o'clock on the morn
ing of February 23 and will be held
in the Commercial Club hnli, at the
court house and In some of the class
rooms at tbe high school, In order to
accommodate all who wish to attend.
Tho work In agriculture will deal
with all the phases of the subject at
interest to the farmers of the coun
ty. Tbe lectures and demonstrations
indomestic science will all bo of a
practical nature. Under agronomy,
will be studied such subjects as: '
Crook county soils, their fertility '
and management, tho crops adapted
to each type of soil; the production
and disposal of these crops, as well
as other phases of this Interesting
branch of scientific agriculture which
clou Is with soils and crops. This
work will be given by Prof. H. D.
Scuddor of the department of agron
omy at tbe O. A. C.
Lectures on the various breeds of
beef and dairy cattle, light and heavy
horses, sheep and swine, will bo giv
en by Prof. Potter. He will also give
lectures on tbe breeding, foedlng and
management of tho various classes
of livestock. Practice In scoring and
Judging will be given. Each part of
the animal will bo studied so that tho
farmer will learn to look at the ani
mal aB a collection of parts, each 'of
which should conform to a certain
13. B. Fltts, professor of dairying
nt O. A. C, will deliver, the lectures
on dairying, discussing such topics
ns the establishment, care and feed
ing of a dairy herd, milk and cream
testing, co-oporatlvo,, testing, the
making of butter and cheese, etc. Tho
utudents will be given practice in
testing milk and cream. Thoso wish
ing to take part In this work should
bring samples of milk and eu-ain
from their own cows.
The domestic science work will be
conducted by Dean Calvin, assisted
by Mrs. Dolman of Corvnllls and Mrs.
"Wulker of tho Crook County High
School. It will cover plain, fancy
and special cookery, home nursing,
house sanitation, etc.
An adjourned meeting of tho Janu
ary term of tho County Court was
held at tho court housu In Prlnovlllu,
Oregon, Februnry 2, 1914. Present:
(J? Springer, Judgo, presiding; It. II.
llayloy nnd W. W. Brown, commix
slonors; Frank Ulklns, sheriff, and
Wnrrcn Brown, county clerk. Where
upotc tho following proceedings were
In tho matter of ronds, tho follow
lug appropriations wero mndo: Boar
Creek road, $1500; Boavor Creek
Paulina, $4000; Redmond-Sisters,
$2000; Ashwood-datoway, $2000.
D. F. Stewart unpointed supervi
sor of tho ronds in tho eastern part
of tho county.
' In tho tunttor of n warrant for
$500 In favor of 8. S. Steams In rc
gard to tho Huffman road, said war
rant was ordorcd cancelled.
In tho matter of tho telegram from
Uio Governor asking If Crook county
could not uso n hundred men on road
work, decided that tho county has no
work suitable to uso such men on.
In tho mnttor of bridges and cul
verts over prlvnto ditches, clerk In-
YOU WOULD NOT THINK OR USINd A
POOR CEMENT IN CONCRETE WORK.
WHY WASTE GOOD CEMENT IN BINDING
TOGETHER PIECES OF CLAY, DIRT OR
VEGETABLE MATTER, YOU MIGHT JUST
AS WELL USE GLUE, AS FAR AS THE
STRENGTH of tho WHOLE 18 CONCERNED
VK CAN SUPPLY ?OV WITH
AVASHED HAND AND GRAVEL
OF THE PROPER SIZES FOR
YOUR PARTICULAR PURPOSE."
ASK FOR QUOTATIONS.
Bolton, Ruetenik & May
FRANK MAY, Mgr. Bend, Ore.
structed to wrlto Supervisors iMitv
pool, Geo. Hamilton. It. M. Elder, Al
ien lllcoxnn nnd Bohronn ami re
ttuest that they rurnlsh any Informa
tion that may ho required In order
that tmnunllitto action may bo tnkoit
to collect for bridges and cnlvortit
which havo boon placed over prlvuto
dltehos by the enmity, and tho coun
ty attorney Is requested to demand
Immediate sett lenient of said accounts.
In tho matter of n Justice of tho
pence In Ashvvood precinct, It appear
ing that thoro Is n vacancy In tuo of
tlco At Justice of the poaco for said
proctnet, It Is ordered that Floyd
Kltts bo and ho Is hereby appointed
Justice of tho pence fur said Ashwood
In tho mater of tho report of Ac
countant A. Me 10. Ball, roport pre
sented and approved nn to county
trcasuror, also approved as to tho
February 3, 1914, court recon
vened 9:30 a. in., present same out
corn as on yestorduy.
In tho mnttor of tho roport of Ac
countant A, McE. Ball, approved as
to county nssessor. Springer votes to
allow 15 Held deputies nt $100 each.
Bnyloy and Brown voto to allow all
deputies that tuny bo needed, tho
mnttor to bo entirely with tho asses
sor. In tho matter of a general systom
of rond Improvement: In regard to
tho appropriations for tho Bear
nnd Beaver Creek roads, ordered to
Increnso tho appropriations of $1500
nnd $4000 respectively mndo on tho
2nd lust, to nn appropriation of $15,
000 to cover both roads, said $15,
000 to be exclusive of two steel
bridges, vlr., ono nt Nowsom creek
nnd ono nt Antelopo canyon. Fur
ther ordered that $5000 additional
work tuny be done on said roads pro
vided tho court so decides af that
time and provided further that rep
resentatives from tho Prlnavlllo Com
mercial Club and from the said road
districts will assist by taking care of
warrants nt par to run for ono year,
for said $5000.
In tho matter of tho report of Ac
countant A. McE. Ball ns to sheriff's
ottlce. sheriff claims that all tho
$94. 15 turned Into tho treasury was
all tho mileage collected for tho year,
Amdavltof Frank Klklns, sheriff, rel
ative to said report received and tiled
with tho celrk. Further action In
tho matter of tho report continued
until tho regular March term,
SMITH ADDS DRY (,'M)lH.
With tho change Into new quar
ters, tho R. M, Smith Clothing Co.
is adding another lino to Km busi
ness, this being n drygoods depart
mentl Already part of tho new
stock has arrived. Tho department
will bo In charge of Miss Arrlo Black.
UNew Dress Material
Tiwrc t rmjussiacra-igs -
J.INHN SUITINGSPLAIN' COLORS
30c a yard
' . UIIICI'KHATI.NK
i 30c a yard
25c a yard
20c a yard
NEW SPRING GINGHAMS
toile nir noiid .
. NEW GINGHAMS
E. A. Sather
Tho man that hired my mules 3 V4
days to haul lumber 'way out to Im
perial would oblige mo If ho would
pny for tho use of them. Some peo
ple hayo nerve. No nnmo oalled this
tlmo. t Signed) L. W. DAVIS,
49-50 Adv. Bend, Oregon.
The Miller Lumber Company
Our nursery is located on Powell Duttc, fourteen miles
enst of Bend. Our trees arc the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please you. Catalog free on request. Come and see
our orchards and nursery. Olllee address, Princville. Ore.
LAfrOLLETTE NURSER.Y CO.
1 Electric Iron, guaranteed !.
forever, Reg. price &&
1 Upright Electric Toaster l C
Reg. price pO.JJ
1 Electric Coffee Percola- J?f
tor, Reg. price . . M v
For a short time we
will make a special
price on all three of
Bendt Water Light (Rdwer Co.
We Deliver the Goods
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Hay, Barley, OnU, Wheat and Dran at lowest prices,
Tho Largest Darn in Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. II. WENANDY
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AND I'OINTH OX THIS H. I', H. IX
' TICKKTH OX HAI.K DAIIjY
MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15
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Xortlmi'Kt tit vi'ry low rnti-H. I'iiii-h limy bo ilcpoNllod uitli lonil hhciUm.
OXIJ WAV TIOKI2TH KIIOM
flt. l.oua 37.00
Mllwutikco 3 J. 70
J,IU1o Book 42. 60
Now Oi loans , 48.05
St. Paul (30.00
Mlmumpolla ,...., 30.00
Duluth . , , 30 . 0'
Kansas City 30.00
flt, JoHopli , , , , t 30.00
Dully between Portland and Central
in,, nrrlvu Portland HtlO a, in. J,euv
in, Tonilnt HlcepliiK cur, Hurtlix 91.
CoiiiicvtloiiH In Portland lo nnd from
knnu and nil KuHtvrii point. Two II
it. ir. citoziKit,
AhM. (Jen. I'jinh. ARt.
Orchil I'olnlH, Lcnvo lleml Hi, 10 ii.
Port land 7 i. m nrrlvo JK'ihI H a.
i' lint iiiiin mi j I'liiii'llC'N,
Wllliiinotto Vnlloy, PiiKot Hound, Hio
mlteil tinliiN dally via Hpoluino imf
J. H. COHIIKTT,