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OVER TWO FEET
'i'odil I'icIiIiiIIimi wns '-'.Oil Indies,
Which fell During lio lii.ts Mer
' cmy KoKltlets Xliietooii llehnv
on the IHth i.f Last .Mould.
RETURN ALLEGED FORGERS
Clonic ('utility Deputies Kpeeted to
Krnnk Tnjlor and John Strlncr, of
Ijiittrell, Tennessee, will urrlvo In
I'r'novlllo tocln-v In the ciiBtody of
deputy sheriffs Theodore Aunu of
Horn! nnd ConinilHslonor J. F. Illnn
clinrd of 1'rlnovllli. to nnswer charges
of fon?cry alleged to linvo been com
mitted In Jlcnd on December 19,
when Hovoral checks to the amount
of $2 in were passed on seven local
inoichnntH, to which the name of Geo.
.Mllllcau was signed.
The last report received lioro by
chief of police ttoliorts was when tlio
Crook county deputies were In Chi
cnuo, at which tlmo thov BHld that
they expected to airlvo Wednesday
nlKht with their prisoners. It Is im
demtood thnt the two ofllcer found
thcmxoUe stranded nt one stage of
their journev and had to wire homo
for more money.
and promising him tlio first hat made
from them, if tho Oregon Jack rail
blt fur proves sultnhlo for hat niai
ufactures, .Mr. Slnnott Is prepared lo
put tlio manufacturer In touch with
various of his constituents who will
ft ml u market for a product they htivo
heretofore regnrded as worthless.
With a total of LTi.Il Inchon snow
full and 11 ilnys with the mercury
l'Gglsturlitg below- stern wimther and
one zero. Jantinn was the coldest
month with the heaviest fall of Know I
that Jim been experienced In innny I ,..,,,.
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JW III 1 IIT . d .n Clb LIIU lltrtl I
weather station show no Jlguiog that
uijlinl thoiie of January.
While tho total' precipitation, for
lrst month wns t on Inches the' to
tal precipitation ror the correspond
lug month of J 0 1 ." wan only one half
Inch. Tim total snow fall for .hum
try. 101G, was 8 72 Inclii'H, nil of
which fell diirlnu lo time, while last
month tlio 2 r. . 1 1 Inchon fell during
.lanuary'ii coldest temperature was
on tho ulRht or the ljih when tho
murciiry roll to 19 degrees holow
v.uro. The onldeit iIhj' In .Inuunry,
lUlft, wan an the 2flHi wheu the
thermometer registered C degrees he
Tlio wor.it maximum tomperaturo
Tor Jiuumrv wiih 2(1. h: degree, nnd
tho moHit mlnliniiin una fi.iil degrees
above sero. Of the 31 days In Inst
month, 10 wore cloud, !) pnrtlj
cloudy and (1 were cionr.
l)to. Max. Mln. Char, of Day
RABBIT FUR FOR HUTS
Tests .Made In Ihist.
WASIIINUTO.N, Jan. 2.- Within
n mouth Representative Slnnott, of
Oregon, pxpects to ho wearing a lln.e
felt lint made largely from tho fur of
Oregon Jark r.ibblta.
Through ItepreselitiitUos Kdmolid'i
of Pennrfvlvnnla tho consignment of
Oregon Jiuk rnlihlt polts recolved hy
.Mr. Hlmiolt have licon turned over lo
n I'hllHdetphla factory, which 'iiinnu
faetures high grade folt hals. With
tho pells went .Mr. Slnnott's head
Tho manufacturer has written Sir.
Slnnott acknowledging tho furs, s'iv
BLiDINOJFF TO WAR
I'oimer lleml lioy l-.'nlNls With Can
ii (I In it i:pedltloueiy Forces.
Word has como from 0. I'. l'utunm
In Hnlcm that Donald lilandlntr. for-
niorly of Hcnd, hns Jointed tho Ilrlt
Ish forces In Canada and- shortly will
ho on lib way lo tho war In Humps,
lllnndiiig reco'itly enlisted with the
American. Legion of tho Caundlan
Kxpodltlonory force, nnd when last
heard fiom wus training near Toronto.
(Handing worked hero In tho Klwt
..atlnnnl Hank, for a year prior lo
1U1 I, when ho went lo Chicago whore
ho has sluca been studying art, wl'h
considerable success. In Octobor,
1015, he vlsitod the I'utnams at
Salem, anil togathor with Sirs. Put
nam's brother, Kdwln Ulnnoy, Jr.
walked ncroes the mountalna'to llenil
In his letters ho says ho expects to
bo transferred later to hor.pltal Bor
vice. Ho has arranged to do news
paper Illustration work so Tnr eB
military ro'tiulromcnts will pornilt.
"GLEN" EYRE DIES
Tuesday from tho Nlswrnger under
taking purlors, being i mdmted
W. N. li.vro, a brother, who Is nn ol
der In tho Stornion church. Inter
ment wob mnilo In Pilot llutte outii
Tho deconsed waH tho youngoBt
son of John nnd Sarnh A. Kvre, who
aro still living nt the nges of SI and
78 respectively, In Cowlev, Miming
He was horn In 1870 In l'nrownn,
Iron county, Utah, being 37 cars old
nt tho time of his death. His wife,
wilo was .Miss l;Islo Slclntlre, -oj
Ilutto, Slontnnn, survives, as well as
his nnrcnts. Ilvo brothers nnd two
Tho American llakerv announces
that It has begun to make Ico cream
and from now on will have It for
salo at all times to hotels, restnurants
nnd prlvnto families. ndv
ONE CUNT A WORD Is all n little
Want Ad will coit you.
DUFFY IS PRAISED
.Succumbs (o (ieiicnil llienk Down
lliul Stiokc on Tliiii'Mluy.
Leonard C. Hyro, bettor known tn
Itehd us "Olen" ICyre, died on Fri
day. Death resulted from general
hrenlf down, the Immedlnto cause bo
ng a Htiokb or pnnujHls suffered on
lug they will ho thoroughly tested Thursday. Tho funeral was hold on
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AihcitlKciiicntH liiM'iteil iiiiiler this
IkmiIIiik nt the rule or OXK Ci:XT A
WOltl) encli liiseitlon. Cash must
nccoiiipiiuy nil orders from persons
not Inulmi it K'niilnr iiciomit with
I'lio lltilletln. Xo nihcitlsenieiit Ink
for less limn ir ceutN each Insertion.
KOIl HUNT Ono throe room and
ouo four room houira. J. Kynn &
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money
Don't iiiInh litis. Cut out thin slip,
"telno with f cenlH to Foley & Co..
Chicago, III., willing your nnimi m'mI
aililrfdri cIcbiIv. You will receive In
return n iflnl pnekngo contiilulut
Foloy'H Honey and Tar Compound,
for Iftgrlppe cough, cohlH nnd croup,
I'oloy Kidney I'llld. und I'oloy C i
llinitlc Tnhlelt. Sold everywhere, adv.
up mid paint up.
For n good olean hIiiivo, n good
ltn'lr out, facial timwago or a cliluo.
vltdt tho Metropolllnn, on Oregon
Htrmct. Adv. tf
A dohlmhle hinad knife free with
livery hiiiiuhI sttlwciiptlon to The
llund lliillutlu. .
Kor sign pnltitliig Beo Kdwnrds.
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TOR SALIC 10-100 ncros Irrigat
ed land, proved up, no lucitmhorauco.
Small ciihIi down, balance your own
terms, or will tnko hoiuu clear I'tigot
Sound, Soaltlo or Tnconia property
In trade. Inquire Iloud llullotln.
I 7-4 9 p notr
Registered miilo nnd fontnlo Duroc
Jomey hogH for Bate cheap. Any age
or Um. Inimlro of II. C. Klllr. 17-18
I'Olt SA1.K or IlKNT Forty aero
of llrst olaiM lirlgtteil laud nt I'owoll
llutteH I'. O. All Inlgntod, foncod
and cultivntoil. 1'urthil Htand of nl
fulf.i. Tfli'ms. Howard Spinning,
Wilbur. Washington. -10-400
FOR SAl.K-ltiin about car In good
condition, late model. Iiuiulro The
FOR SA1.I3 -Team, linrnoM nnd
FOR SAM! or TRADK One 1912
Ford car. See or wrlto I'. 11. John
son, Slllllcan, Oregon. Iltr
FOR SAI.K IIoiiro nnd hit. I'rlco
right. Torma ronsoifahlo. Inqulro
A. K. Kd win ds, llond Sign Co. 37tt
FOR SAM-: Suddlo nnd cooking
rnugo. Imiulro Uullotln. 4 5-ISp
FOR SAI.10 Whllo ouiimoled dre.i
sor. As gopd iiB now. Innulro llul
lotln. . IS-l9c
FOR SAI.i; CnrrotB nt roasonnhlo
price. Toknmpo ilros., noapsCrlllln
FOR SA'l.i: IT. S. Cream Separ
ator. Almost now. Cost $1G. Sell
for $18. Oarratt ranch 3V6 miles
southeast of llenil. Ilox 103 48-nip
FOR SAUC $100 piano, good ns
now. $173. Easy tonus. Iniulio nl
1 lie niiiiuiiu. -10110
WANTED A first claaa dressmak
er to work on commhBlon or rent
space l:i my shop, liuiiilie Mrs. S.
WANTED Cisan rasa nt Tho Uul
U'.ln oiiiee. Good prtco paid. tf
LOST AND FOUND.
agon, luipilro Royal Cafo. 4 Itf fa, Oro
TAKEN UI' Hey niiiro, about I
yonra old. Ilrand, bar over 1'C on
right shoulder. Owner may obtain
BMiuib y paying feed hill nnd this ad
vertisement, h. J. Seouorgor, Alfal-
4PB Hs Md p stv vcd? lJ dk 4bv vgjWiwb ss s?
SBBBBBBBBsk SBBBBBBBBsk S SBBBBBBBSfl ISBBBBBs!
Four Years Old and up. 1 000 pounds
and over. Anything that is sound and
worth the money. Will take Horses, '
Mares, Mules. O. P. HOLLAND.
IN BEND SATURDAY.
Home Town I'aper Speaks Well
(Crook County Journal.)
Judgo T. E. J. Duffy, It will Do
romenibored, wna appointed a little
loss than a year ago, to tho ofllno
which ho now holds. His record
hero up to that tlmo was ono of hnrd
work and clllclcnt service nnd there
wiib llttlo doubt nt tho time of tho
appointment that ho would ninko
good as a judge
Ills record during tho time that ho
Iiiib been In olllco hnB been even bet
ter than could reasonably bo expect
ed of a now lnnn In tho position. He
has proven himself an able man, nnd
hns gained n reputation of being a
hnrd worker, making his decisions af
ter considering every phnso posslblo.
Ho Is osklng nt this time, the sup
port of liis party which ho will of
courso recolvo nt tho primaries. I.ntor
ho will expect nnd recolvo the sup
port of friends' from nil the parties.
Martin & JsjgSb
111 " H.IH II SSIM Iwi'lT J
(Continued from 1'pge 1.)
work upon any reclamation system
for cnld segroicatlon,
"I. Thnt tho lands Involved nro
somt-nrld In character, hut aro nvall
I'hle and useful ns enlarged honio
iiead, nnd n largo portion of tho Bitnio
"nn bo successfully farmed under tho
dry farming methods. That the ov
toiiRlnu of tho contrnrt on the segre
gation Involved would only Kervo to
dpter hottlomnnt of tho Innds In
'incstlon, nnd would only toml to hold
beck the development of this section
of tho country. That wo bollovo that
It would bo for tho best Interest of
Stnto nnd Fedornl Covernmeiit to ro-
fune to extend tho tlmo for tho rocl.i-1 toil With a vlow of doing what is
inntlon of said lands. (boat In tho promises and wo trust
"This stntomont, nnd tho nhjoc- thnt tho Fedornl authorities will
tlons heroin cnumonUod nro submit- mako full nnd comploto examination
We can take care
of orders of any description'
Large or Small
We carry a complete line of
fancy and staple groceries
F. DEMENT CO.
beforo nctlng In tho premises."
7 Whoro do you trade?
Cllncy's Grocery. Adv .
President Wilson is now wisely advisr
ing us to make preparations to
Safeguard our Country.
How about preparedness nearer home.
Have you secured a desirable lot in one of
the best residence districts ( Park or Boulevard
Additions) for the nice home you intend to
build this spring, or later? If not you should
be prepared by buying one or more of these
choice lots before the spring rush comes and
advances prices. A small amount down and
a few dollars a month pays for one of these
lottf. Its the ideal location for those em
ployed at either one of the mills.
-These Lots range in price from $75 up.
Choice Lots, with nice trees, easy walking
distance from Shevlin-IIixon Mill and Fac
tories, $125.00. Now is the time to get your
lot. Come and see us about it.
D. E. HUNTER
THE BEND COMPANY
Office corner Wall and Ohio Streets.