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IIHNO BULLETIN, IIKNI), OIUXJON, THURSDAY, MARCH H, 10t7.
Patrons of School Dedicate
New Building to Education
With mnro thnn 000 imtroiiH of
tlm Bond schools, mill pupllH or tlm
IiIkIi sidiool present, dedication ox
orolHiiit, formally devoting llio now
$aD,000 hulldlutc to tlm niiiHo of
oilurutloii la tli tn city, worn hold Inst
night. City Hupiirlutoiidniit V. Thnr
ilamoii presided, mill delivered tho
ilndluntory address. In which tho iiuil
Iniico assisted at (hit eont'luslou of
ouch mmtimco with tho ihrNo, "wo
dedicate thin Hchool." Excellent vo
cal noloctloii woro given liy tho girls
Klon rliih, Misses llrostorhous unit
l.lnstor, mill Louis llonnolt, whllo Dr.
It. I). Kutchum rendered u tromhono
It. M, Hmlth. chnlruimt of tho
school hoant, briefly outllnoil tho
history of tho now building, nml
iiiontlonml that thin spring n school
election to voto $116,000 honilii to
finance tho construction of another
school on tho opposite hIiIo of tho
rlvnr will bo hiihl.
J. I!. Muyor, county school super
intendent or Crook county, rouiuiitiil
oil on tho wouilorful growth or llend,
mill complemented tho people of this
city on tho effort being nuulu to keep
tlm development or tho Hchool My
tmu on a footliiK with tho Incromio
IIuIIiIIok to Cwt 9HO.OOO.
I.tto A. ThoniDH, designer of tho
now school, exhibited u skelrh show
ing how tho completed IiuIIiIIiik, with
nil unit finished, will look. I In esll
uintoil thut tho entire cost will up
proxltnuto 180,000. Ho asserted thut
lio won morn than satisfied with tho
work or (luy Wilson, general con
Irnctor, anil mentioned thut tho sub
contractu hail nlso been well handled.
Mm. Thorson, president or tho
Parent-Teacher association, empha
sized tlm part which homo training
must piny In any education system,
and expressed tho thank or tho par
ent or lluml for the bettor facilities
offered tho chllilren of tho city In tho
erection of tho IiIkIi school unit
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IMPORTED and DOMESTIC iobaccos-BtenclecL
To Add J'ourw.
Erie Holt, IiIkIi school principal,
Kiivo tho til tun of tho school at pros
out, iih tho liiHtallatlon of rourson
In tlnmt'Ntlt.' science ami domestic art,
nml tho couHtrtictlon or n gymnasium.
An uttompt, ho hiiIiI, will ho ninilo by
(ho manual triilulni; class to iut up
n structure, umIiik lumber from tho
old IiIkIi school.
J. Alton Thompiion, Deschutes
county school HUporlutoinlont, urged
hi hearers' to see to It that tho ad
ditional uuttH of tho IiuIIiIIiik nro
(jomplutoil iim noon iin possible, mid
wan followed by City Superintendent
Thordnrsoii, who, In tho count) of bin
dedicatory address, affirmed thut tho
loyul support of tho people would ho
needed In keeping up Mend's repu
tation for un up-to-date school sys
turn. Will Aid Student.
Dr. U. (J. Coo, prcNliluut or tho
University club, otitlluuil tho policy
of tho club In roKurd to uldlng Mend
high hoIiooI graduates to iioouro a
college oduuatlou, mid tho possibility
of oxtundliiK help to Krnmmur school
graduti', who without such assist
ance would bu unable to outer IiIkIi
Huuppy yell by (ho student body
proceeded tho singing of tho national
anthem by tho audloiire, and Inspt-c-tlou
of tho hlllldlllK followed. Stu
dents worn detailed to escort vUltom
throiiKh tho vurlous room, and tho
serving of light refreshment brouKht
tho evening to it close.
Cut Till-. Out ft In Worth Money.
DON'T MIHH TIIIH. Cut out till
llp, enclose with Ge to Foley & Co.,
2H3& Hheffleld Ave.. Chicago, 111.,
wrltliiK your iiutnn mid address clear
ly. You will reculvo In roturu a
trial puckuKO containing Foley'
Honey mid Tar Compound for coughs,
cold mid croup, Foley Kidney Pill,
mid Foley Cathartic Tublets, Hold
don't be content
with taste alone
You had to be up to lntcly. But not
Ikcmisc this new Chesterfield Cinrcttc
not only pleases the taste but, in ndriition,
gives smokers n new kind of cigarette enjoy
ment Chesterfields let you knoxo you are smoking
'And yet, they're mild
The blend is what does it the nexo nnd
skilful proportioning of the pure, natural
Imported and Domestic tobac
cos. And the ,blcnd can't be
Try Chesterfields. Today.
MILL IS SOLD
HEAR TO CITY
Old) M'KIM.IiV'IIAMI'HO.V PLANT
HOUOHT IIV CUHTIH-HHAT COM
PANV, AND WII.Ij START OPER
(From Haturday'H Dully.)
Tho Hale or tlm old MrKlulny-Hnn-'on
mill near Rend to tho Curtis-Heat
Lumber Co., together with tho uo
iiubiltlou of sufficient timber for at
IoiihI four yearn cuttliiKi 'im announc
ed today. A. L. Huff, I Interested In
tho purchuo or tho mill, and It li
uiidorntood, will act aa Runoral man
aKnr or tho concern. Iloth Mr. Qur
tin mid Mr. Heat nro local men.
Tlm mill In to bo located thrco and
ouo-hair mile outbent of tho city,
when) oiioukIi timber for a full year'
cuttliiK I" on hand, and next your
will move two tnllcn farther on, where
8.000,000 feet ban been purchased,
Tho plant will mart within tho next
three week, and will furnlili em
ployment for approximately 2G men,
IiuvIiik a dully output of about 15,000
It In reliably stated that negotia
tion nro on to mill tho untlru cut
to n Kpoliune firm.
FOR TWO DISTRICTS
(From Thursday' Dally.)
Three nml oue-hulf section of
school dlntrlct No. C, were annexed
to district No. 2. by tho district
boundary board, composed or the
county court and tho county school
superintendent, In their meetltiK yes
terday afternoon. Other change
will bo announced later.
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The llend Typoftraplilral Union
wan formed last week, Itulph 8pon
cor I president, T. L. CnrrlKor, vie
president, and Kd. Arnmor, secretary
treasurnr, I'lillo Howard, a union
orKmiler, of Heattlo, waN hero Mon
day and Tuesday nsnlstliiK In dntall
of tho orBanlrnllon.
Hliimatli Full City Council Anxious
To CIom) lloml KellluK
(From Haturday'n Dally.)
KLAMATH FALLS. March 2. To
Krcet Itohert K. Htrahorn on his re
turn from Han Francisco last night,
about 200 representative business
men, headed by Mayor C. II. Crlsler,
assembled nt the depst and cave tho
railroad builder three hair raising
cheers as ho stepped from tho train.
The crowd escorted him to tho
White Pelican hotel, where ho was
tendered a reception.
Htrahorn carno In answer to a wire
from tho city council, nsklnr him to
come and K over tho final arrange
ments of tho contract for building
the Klamath Falls-Dairy link of the
Oregon, California & Kastern rail
Tho 1300,000 municipal railroad
bonds have been sold to Hpltzer-Ito-rick
company, of Toledo, Ohio, with
n clauso allowing the city to with
draw from tho contract within 14
The council desires to have ar
rangements for construction complet
ed with Htrahorn beforo this period
Much i:lru Work in March.
It's between seasons, when fow
persons perspire as health demands.
Tho result Is double work for tho
kidneys, to throw out waste elim
inated through pores when persons
perspire. Overworked kidneys need
help. II. H. Htone. Heading Pa.,
writes: "When I need a kidney
remedy, I rely on Foley Kidney
Pills." Hold everywhere. Adv.
Htudents of tho high school Mon
day morning, under the supervision
of Prof. Nash, measured tho snow
fall of the preceding three days and
found It was 14.2 Inches: that It con
tained two Inches or molsturo, ea.ua!
to that much rainfall. Every week
the students will mako a study of
tho thermometer, barometer, wind
signals, and nearly all weather bu
reau equipment. Redmond Spokes
man. Hnow at Ij line.
Ijxst week's snows wore about tho
heaviest or tho winter, and tho total
amount or tho beautiful that fell Is
variously estimated nt from 20 Inch
es to three feet, depending somewhat
upon tho locality. Unfortunately,
thoro Is no ono hero now to look af
ter thu government station, nnd so
wo have no exact record. However,
all agree that It was a great plenty.
La Pine Inter Mountain.
Heady For Market.
Moro than 900 head or cattlo aro
In tho yards at the Warren-Dixon-McDowell
ranch, thrco miles west of
Many or tho in have been thoro on
feed for weeks, others are on their
way tu the markets and a bunch of
four cars or Shorthorn cows arrived
yesterday from Portland, where they
woro purchnsed on tho market Mon
day by Mr. Dixon, from a Walla Wul
la grower. Crook County Journal.
While the past fow weeks havo
boon plentifully supplied with mols
turo In tho form of both snow nnd
ruin, to seemingly sccuro an utwur
auco of another bumper crop next
year, yet It wus hoped that a big
biiow would put In an appearance as
tho days of winter wano, and that
hope was ronllxed on last Suturday
morningwhen tho snow fall meas
ured 10 Inches on the level. Never
In any clime was n more beautiful
snow, There was no wind nnd tho
wenthor was Just cold onough to
keep the snow from molting. The
snow began railing Friday night and
continued until Sunday. Tho snow
was so light that It continued settling
nnd kept around tho 16 to 18-lnch
mark, uvon though much more foil
niter first reaching that dopth. Dee
chutos Valloy Tribune
IiotN of Snow.
Jack Elklnu was out Thursday
with thu snow plow cleaning a road
way through tho streets, but last
night filled up tho track again. Tho
deep snow of tho past week will
flood tho towns on the lower Dos
chutes, should a rain set In to taku
tho snow off uoxt month. Croscent
liocnl Train Planned.
Tho O. T. local botweon hero and
Bond has failed to roatorlultzo, ow
ing. It la said, to a desired arrange
ment tor Joint Borvlce, Tho matter
is undor consideration, but what the
outcomo will bo wo uro uuablo to an
nounce nt this tlmo Jefferson Coun
Do You Wimt llond?
Do you want tho Strahorn railroad
or do you want to soo tho same Iso
lated and backward district hero 40
years honco ns Is today?
It that la your wish, you backward
land ownors, you should lot this fact
Blnk Into you at once; Tho welfaro
of all In Central Oregon yes, oven
tho unborn, Is too vital to lot a few
mangy acres of sagebrush land stand
between them and tho completion
of an enterprise which means every
thing. Hllver Lnko Lender.
Hlnco tho rabbit bounty law went
Into effect County Clerk Payne has
Issued warrant to tho amount of
Jir.in.4r,. This moans that a total
or 30,300 rabbit scalps havo boon
presented lor the bounty. The larg
est number that has boon presented
nt ono time was 1940. Those were
sent from Plush by John Potty. Tho
greater amount of tlm scalps havo
been sent In from tho Plush section
nnd from tho vicinity of Fort Hock
with only n minor part from the
Oooso Lake Valley.- Lakevlew Kx
amlnor. (Inil of Hnoir.
Our farmers arc willing to endure
a few Inconveniences for the benefits
which they expect to derive from Sat
urday's snow storm. Tho ground Is
receiving tho molsturo In fine shape
and will do a "heap of good." Jef
ferson County Record.
Habblt Kor In.
Just 4 0,1 C 4 pairs of rabbit ears
have been presented to tho county
clerk for bounty payment during the
pust three months, making a sum of
mora than $2000. Redmond Spokes
man. MolMurt at Mudrn.
This country has had a blessing tho
way or a snow to tho dopth of about
15 Inches on the level hero in Mad-
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
VERNON A. FORBES
L A W Y K K
First National Hank Building
llend :: :: Oregon
H. H. DcARMOND
L A W Y K It
O'Knne Hulldlng, Bond, Oregon
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Suite C-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Oregon
DIt. J. C. VANDEVEIIT
Physician and Surgeon
Phono Hed 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-S p. m.;
7-9 p. m.
W. O. MANNING, D. M. D.
Sulto 12-14, O'Kano Building
Tel. nil llend, Oregon
WILLIAM A. JACKSON
Conducts. Stock Sales a Spec
Opposite Kenwood Grocery.
UP THE HOUSE
WK'LIj CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTHES, SILK DRESSES, Etc
"PUT YOUR DUDS IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CliKANINO
Rooting of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
5R.,.0N END HAULING CO.
R. N. PAI.MKRTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.
rns, and snvornl fnchm deeper In
other section on tho higher land
nearer tho timber, Tbo ground la
In rirst class condition for tho tnk
lng up of tho molsturo, nnd during
tlm past couplo of days tho snow
has settled and Is slowly going off.
so that nit of tho molsturo from tho
snow will bo taken up by tho ground
by vory Ilttlo of it running off. -Madras
To Attack Ikmnty l.mv.
W. Iilr Thompson has announced
thnt he will bring suit nt tho In
stance of n row taxpayers who are.
opposed to the rabbit bounty act. It
undoubtedly will bo attacked on ov
ery conceivable grounil and It Is up.
to the friends of the bill to defend It
The majority of tho members of tho
county court are belloved to bo op
jm,bi-i, tu ,b am. uuuri an iuu uuiii
officials are likewise against It, oven
those who faithfully promised be-
foro election that they wero friendly
to tho bill and hoped It would pass
Of course, election time li over and
tho tables arc turned. Fort Hock
Hlght of Way Hceaird.
The Silver Lake Commercial club
committee selected to secure deeds
for the rights-of-way for tho Oregon.
California & Eastern railroad In this
section, havo about finished their
task. Arrangements have been mada
for all the deeds to tho rights-of-way
including tho terminal grounds lit
Silver Lake, from the town to tho
summit of the Summer Lako moun
tain, & distance of 15 miles, except
one-half a mllo through tho Felton
land and ono mite through Fred Por
OEOIIOE S. YODNO
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. H. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 12, First National Dank
REDMAN & MOORE
Log Cabin Bldg.
PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
PLUMBING AND HKATIXa
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Tinning and Sheet Metal
Furnaces, Spouting, Guttering.
Cornlco and Skylight
Repairing promptly attended to
Prices right, work guaranteed
J. B. Bell A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Suceeeaors to The J. II. Haner
Abstract Co., PrlneviUe, Ore,
DR. R. D. 8TOWELL
Over Logan furniture Co.
Wall 8treet Hours 9 to 5
Phone Red 483
O. 8. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Bonson Building, Wall Street
11. O. E L L I S
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
O. P. NISWONGER. Bond, Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Red 421. Lady A&sL
i Fill ,1 V
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Lrtve order it
J. A. EASTES OFFICE