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THR HEM) IHJLIiKTlX, HEX1), OnE WKHNfcsiUV, DECKMDKR 15, 1018.
BEND TO BE A
H GOODFEL OW
my ur seek r
I Community Tree Program to lie Held
on Evening of December !!I-Eicry
Child In Town to llccchc Pres
ents Churches Co-operate.
PUBLIC SERVICE POST
I Dond Is going to bo a Sir. Goodfel-
low on unnsimas uay. uoodfcllow-
Sevcn Hcpiihllcans Aie In ItccciUo
."Mood for $1,000 Place Which Is
AnlbUIo Only to, Knstcrn Oro-
gonlnns Who They Are.
ship Is to express Itself in ninny ways.
A Christmas treo with all tho holi
day festivities that should accom
pany such a feature Christmas din
ners for thoso whoso means are not
sufficient to provide them, clothing
and other necessities for tho needy,
and n hearty yuletldo spirit, will coni-
Mno to mnko tho 101C Christmas for
iicnd tho biggest and best that the
town has over experienced.
Tho people of tho town havo taken
to tho Idea with unexpected keenness
and with n determination to mnko
,tho Community Christmas a success
which will aBsuro it a permanent
Iplaco in tho calendar for years to
Not to bo outdono by larger towns
nd cities of the northwest, Demi
III havo n Christmas commensurate
vltli any other that will obsorvo tho
olldny season in n similar manner.
Tho Community Christmas Tree,
o bo an entlroly democratic colobra
lon, will bo hold on Christmas eve,
ho program to bo held on tho lawn
t tho northwest corner of wall and
ihlo streets beginning promptly at
:30 o'clock. Tho date was defl
Itely decided on at a meeting of tho
ommlttces in charge held Thursday
Ight. It was tho expression of all
l)io pastors of tho Bond churches
lat they were desirous of co-opernt-
ig In every way to mako tho affair
succors, and for that reason de
rmlncd to change the hour of hold
g their programs so that their
urches could participate In tho
nornl community oxerclses. To
nform with tho plan laid down by
o Community Christmas Treo com-
tteo tho churches will all hold their
igrnms early In tho ovonlng to ns-
o tholr romplotion heforo 8:30
lock. A plan is being evolved by
Ich n solect program will bo ar
ced, Including n par of tho pro-
m given r.t tho churches, to bo
n nt tho Community Treo. Oth-
nuRlr by local talent Is also being
rent pains will bo taken by tho
mltteo on decoration to mnko tho
o treo to bo selected ns beautiful
osslble. It, will bo brllllontly dec
cd and olcctrlc lighted, tho olec-
l effects to bo prepared by tho
I Wntor Light & Power Corn-
Plans nro being carefully
o to accommddato several hun
Tho big opportunity for tho cast-of-the-mauntalns
olllce seeker comes
at the next election. A plnco on tho
State Public Service Commission, pre
viously known ns tho Hallroad Com
mission, Is open next November, and
undor the law passed by tho last log
lslatuto tho vacancy next occurlng
must bo filled by a man from tho ens-
torn Oregon district.
Tho Job pays $1,000 a year, nnd is
Important nnd Interesting. That it
will bo sought by u goodly number of
eastern Oregonlans Is already appir
ont. A least seven Republican can
didates aro already mentioned, but
thus far no Democrats liavo coma for
ward. Among ftio Republican candidates,
avowed and receptive nro the following:
11. II. Corey, of linker. Ha has
beon clerk of tho Commission for
four ycarB nt $2,000. Ho has not
held other public ofllco nnd Is not
very widely known In tho district,
although considered an nblo ofllco
Hd Wrlcht of Union county. At
present county clerk, to which posi
tion ho has been re-elected continu
ously. Ib credited with a strong fol
lowing, nnd Is olllclcnt nnd popular
and welt known.
Jorry P. Husk of Union. Was
speaker of tho Houso In 1011. In
1912 was on out-and-out Progressive
nnd Is said lcet year to havo worked
hard for Hanley. Is widely known.
J. M. Kyle, mnyor of Stnnfleld,
Umatilla county. Formerly lived at
Salem. In 190C ho was associated
with tho campaign of Jonathan
Hourno, but later loft tho llourno
standard. Hub many Influential
J. T. Mahoney of Morrow county,
Has been a member of tho legislature,
Has local following and Is said to be
in a icccptlve mood.
John W. McCulloch of Ontnrlo
Malheur county. In 1899 was a leg
islative momher from Marlon county.
Has been district attorney for Mal
heur for eight years. A -substantial
Frank Davoy of Hums. Was speak
er of the Houso in 1907. Conducted
Harney County Nows nnd prominent
In Harney Republican activities. At
present on tho Penitentiary staff at
Shoes at Shueys
WE ANNOUNCE that in con
nection with our fine line of
staples in dry goods we have
just added a new line of MEN'S
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES. For Real Service you
will not find any Better. Come
in nnd look them over.
The Cash Grocer
ox Tin: AU.r.vs.
Tho closing ganicH of tho Ho ml
Howling Tomnanioat wero rolled on
the nllojs IVday night, tho United
Wnrehouso taking three otialght
fiom tho Owl Pharmacy.
Norval Springer leads tho high av
erago list with n Bcoro of 185 for tho
scries and Is awarded tho mlncrallto
bowling ball given by tho Hrunswick-
Fred Estea and II. A. Stover nro
nvnrded a year's subset lptlo-i to Tho
lloml Uulletin. having rolled the
highest scofcB during tho season.
Thceo B"bscrlptlons wore donr.ted by
Howlers having tho highest aver
ages aro as follows:
Urundenu 1 G2
Standing of tho Tenuis.
United Warehouse. 27
Dond Hulletlu 20
Owl Phnrmncy 18
First Nat. Hr.nk ....15
A. h. French 5
Dond Hand 5
Seo Edwards for good houso paint'
Sr.Iom. Mentioned by his friends as
n nnaatMn svn n it I 1 n n
children who w 1 bo recipients " '""'""' '"","""'"' , .
esents, all of which will bo unl-! AM three of ho present members
A careful canvass of the town,?' CM'"'0 " "T "EEI"
i... ,mnn nron. Cnmpboll and Clydo II. Altchl-
. .i. -m. f vn. M,iiil In son "man ineir lerius January i,
ui. uiu tiuuii-o u. u.v.., ........ ... , .-, i ,iii. i,i,i- m,
bo thnt no child will bo over- ",,,; " "" """
d on tho occasion of giving out unm lJlJ-
For a good clean Bhavo, a good
hair cut, facial massago or a chlno,
visit tno .Metropolitan, on uregon
THE JONES BIL
Text of McuMirc Now Pending
For tho AxMlhtum-o of Irrigation
High grado Shilling &. Son piano
! a r P.nln PIaiiu lint'A
s.Mr. nnu .urs. om ..i" ""'"!.,. .on-j f,,- rhri.imn. nil.
t -i i... ft titsilw I.UnMii la in v-v wit tn - tmi
L.T tT i h evening of -M"" Company.-Adv,
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to committees seiccien " -urn.
Our Jitney Offer This nnd Br.
- Don't miss this. Cut outj this
slip, enclose with live cunts to Foley
& Co., Chicago, III., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive In return a trial packago con
mining Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Com
Hudson, general chairman, nro
do and decorations Chas. fc.
and T. H. Foley.
t. ..., rn w f Tlinmnsnn.
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man: Mrs. R. D. Ketchum anu -',-(;; "ffiF CaUu
nrtlc Tablets. Hold evorywnoro. aqv.
aanco Rev. H. C. Jlartratoft,
fcnnn; Mrs. n. k. urooKs, .nro.
Davis, A. C. i:gan nnu rroi.
edy homes Rev. F. W. Koagy,
man; Miss Davis.
Smith and Ilarnoi, JG00 player
now $625. Day Music Company-adv
your Xmas candy at Amerloan
ry. Special prices maue rtu.
strong nnd Well tit Hut.
i,l QnilM, Hrnnr. HOV. WIS., UJ:
f M. .....a, .w-. gw ,,',
y Kidney i ins comp.c.c.j -
me or all soreness unu ii"
back nnd now I am strong ond
&s ever" Cola weainer waw
Joints, sore muscles ana ir-
ir bladder action muru uni-
1 Foley Kidney I'liw neip no
ib nlimlnnto naln-causlng pols-
jSold Everywhere. Adv.
.kvii.m: judgc on nr.Ncu.
iiniii circuit Judge Morrow
up his docket. Circuit Judge T.
Duffy of Prinevllle, tins mornims
court in Portland to ro.u"...
tha fhrlstmna holidays. Judge
lw nsked for the assistance that
lold cases beforo him might bo
without further delay.
WATKK USKKS MIIP.T.
(Silver Iake Leader.)
Silver Lake Water Usors as-
nn met in adjourned session
slder the report of the commlt-
imed to fix the boundary uses
j. Silver Lake Unit. Tho time.
Leeks, being too short for the
llttee to make a report on so
Inn undertaking, they asKca iur
it- Hme. which was gronioa in
Matter of Endurance.
"My diMr." wild Mr. Hawkins to IiH
better htlf the other ciciiliig, "do you
Liinw thut yon Imve one of thu best
voIccm In the worltlJ"
indeed V" rt'pllod the dpllehtcd Mrs
II.. with n Hush of pride ut the conipll
incut. "Do jou really think no1'
i certainly do." cmitluutil the heart
less husband; "othoruWu li would have
been worn out loug nso!" Phlliidelphla
Can't Do Done.
Tbo Wife This iaM'r say thut New
York doctor havo forme-l u wuloty to
study methods fur staying the ndnnre
of old uge. The Ilin-Uind Well, tell
m you'ie trhil prevnrloiillon and re
ducing the number of mndles In your
hlrlhdny eiiko-i. mid nellbi-r will do It
Ho In Knnctcd by tlio Keniitc nnd
lloiif.o of ItciirviientnthiY of tho I'nlt-
cd Ktates of Ameilca In Congr
heinblcd, Thnt tho declnred purfose
of this Act is to encourngo tho recln-
mctlon of lands undor Inwa enacted
to that end by tho soveral States, and
to provldo for. the co-operation of tho
United States In aid therefor
Hoc. 2. That whenever any district
duly organized undor tho Inns or a'uy
Stato, having for Its purposo tho Ir
rigating, draining, or diking of lands
within the district, and being author
ized by law to Issue Its bonds tn pro
euro funds for tho carrying out of
tho purposo of Its organization, shnll
dcslro tho co-operation and nld or
Books for Boys
Books for Girls
Books for Men
You Buy for Less at
Tin: VARIIITY stori:
conditioned that nny dofnultlng In
terest shall bo paid by tho United
States; and In case any district shall
default in its bond Intercut and bucIi
Interest shnll bo paid by tho United
Stntos underwits guaranty, tho United
States shall havo all remedies which
nro given by law to tho bond-holder,
ami tho bonds and Interest shnll bo
mndo by Inw a lion upon nil tho
lunds within tho district.
Sec. -I. That tho Secretary of tho
Interior shall from time to tlmo cnuso
Inspection to bo mndo of nny work
undor construction to determine
whether tho work Is being cnrrlod
out In nccordanco with tho plans sub
mitted, and he may mako euch rule')
and regulations as may bo necessary
to Insure the carrying out of tho plnu
approved, and ho Is furthnr author
ized to approvo any nnd all acts and
to mnko all rules and regulations no
coBsnry nnd proper for the purpose ot
carrying tho provisions of this act
Into full force nnd effect.
Kec. n. That any irrigation project
which has been completed undor the
provisions of tho reclamation act of
Juno soventeepth, nlncteon hundred
and two, and of acts amoudatnry of
and Bupplomontary thereto, may bo
organized Into an Irrigation district,
nnd tho Socrotnry of thu Interior
tho United States, it shall filn with
the Secretary of tho Interior plan3 shall accept In payment for work nl
and estimates of tjio work proposed jrnndy done nnd funds ndvanccd upon
to bo dono for the reclamation or tho project, nnd for which paymont
district lands, and shall mako app!!-haB not bean mndo, bonds of tho din
cation to havo such plans nnd estl- trlct to run for n period of not to ox
mates examined and approved, Tho coed forty years, nnd drnulng Intcr
Secrotnry of tho Interior thereupon est nt the rato of four por centum per
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Silver Wnre Hand Pointed Chiim
Fancy Stationery French Ivorv Goods
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Stoves, Hugs, Carpets, Ueds,
Springs, Matresses, you can
obtain them from us.
, From our carefully selected
assortment you can furnish
your home to suit your taste
and do it economically
E. F. Logan Fiirniiure Company
Wall Street Near Ohio Street.
is Reserved m
for tho nison Art Kxhlblt thnt will M
L bo held by tho Public Sellouts ot M
Ilend, Jnn. 26, 27, 2S nnd 20, m
' M afternoon and evening. Hv- m
M crybody will bo Invited M
L to thin exhibit which M
M m every rcHpect. m
M Moro detallH M
M given 1 a t o r M
"Tbere'd no consolation about bctns
In Jail, mum."
"What I It. my pwr man"
"Aftwr 1 owe W to ''til lioNnly ben
mnkw me lift up ami go down to be
sure that tb Uek door's IocIm!." De
troit Prco Pr.
In yarht raelug every yacht Is txjund
by rule to abandon tbo rare nnd go jo
the assistance of auy yosbt or (cron
Work Is the txt thing Jo make ns
love life-Ernest Renan
shall cniiBo an oxaminntlon to be l annum.
mndo of the plans and tho 'district
project, nnd, if tho samo shall bo
deemed feasible, or shall bo no modi
fied as to bo feasible, the Secretary
of the Interior may, on behalf of the
United States, guarantee tho Interest
on bonds to be Issued by said district
for the purposes aforesaid.
See. a. That the district bonds to
bo guaranteed as hereinbefore pro
vided snail run tor a poriou noi to
exceod forty years, and tho interest
to bo guaranteed shall not exceed
four per centum por annum, ana
v'th these limitations each Stato may
prescribe the time and manner of the
payment of the bonds of Its districts,
The guaranty upon all bonds shall be
Anv Irrltrntlnn iirn1i.pt nnu'
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under construction undor tho provls-'
Inns of said reclamation lifts may bo,
organized Into an Irrigation district,
and bonds as in this section mention
ed nhall be received by tho Secrotary '
of the Interior In payment of work
already dono and funds advanced,
and additional bonds sufficient to
complete thu project may be guaran-1
teed for tho purposo of sale, as pro
vided in tactions two nnd threo or
this act, and any irrigation projoct ,
authorized undor tho provisions of
said -reclamation arts may be orga-i
nlzcd Into an Irrigation district and
shall bo entitled to the rlghtu and
privileges granted by sections two
and threo of thU Act
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