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OK KHIMIKSKNTATIVK M'AU
THUK WANTS TO 1IAVK I.A.NK
(From Monday's Daily.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno U
Tho long standing effort at S. S.
Mohlor nntl others netlng with 111 in
to hnvo certain lands In tho Cram
Pralrlc district in Contrnl Oregon
opened to entry la being renewed by
Congressman McArthur, who hns ad
dressed nn earnest letter to Secretary
La no on the subject.
Mohlor has bcon turned down hnrd
heretofore upon tils reports made by
tho reclamation ftorvlce. Congress
man McArthur now makes the rath
er unusual request that the petition
bo not referred to the reclamation
sorvlco, except for n statement by
that servlco os to Its position, and
asks Secretary Lnno to make a per
sonal Investigation, or refer It to
one ot the assistant secretaries.
Tho land In question Is covered
by two withdrawal orders. It Is part
of tho Deschutes national forost, and
also resorved as a tuturo rosorvlor
site for tho reclamation service.
Mahler contends It Is not suited for
a reservoir site, because of lava con
ditions and that other sites are bet
ter suited for tho same purposes.
Investigations ordered by the re
clamation service have resulted In
reports that tho land is needed as a
prospective, site for reclamation de
velopment, and that the area suit
able for growing crops Is of small
extent. Last year Mohler sent on a
package Of affidavits asking for a
rehearing, but made no progress.
Itms locals through tho United States,
and Is pnld for by tho membership
This jiatrloilc net on tho pnrt of
members of tho-1 International Typo
graphical Union, together with tho
fact that over GOO members ot the
organisation uro nt the trout, hnvlng
boon living With his non-lii-lnw. 11. O.
Uetgul, on n ranch near Terrebonne.
noUIU.i: WKDMNtJ l'KllFOIt.MKD
(Krom Wednesday Daily I
John A. Morris and t.otn P Kvert,
and Orvlllo W. Kvert and Frances W
1Iii.uii u-nfa mnpptnil vnnliifitnv til n
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enlisted in tnnaun. uemonsinuos ";,,,,,, wmldlng service performed by
yond doubt what the craft thinks of I ..... r iiartrnnft. of th Prwibv.
PUTNAM RESIGNS AS
SECRETARY TO GOV.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
SAI.KM, Juno 13 Governor I stiudnv. Juno 24
torlan church. Tho men nro from
Colvllle, Washington, and both
couples left last night to make tliolr
homes nt Addy, Washington.
SCANDINAVIANS TO UHiMC
Tho Scandinavians will have their
services at "Dutch John's Place" on
Wlthycombo today nunouueed that
his private secretary, George Palmer
Putnam, had resigned, am) that for
some tlnio. at least, Mtss Esther Car
son,. assistant prlvato secretary, will
till the position. Mr. Tutnam'B resig
nation will becomo effective August
1. and Miss Carson will assume her
duties as secretary then. She served
as secretary to tho governor when
Mr. Putntfm was on tho Moxlcnn bor
der with the)rogon troops.
"I hnvo, accepted Mr. Putnam's
resignation with sincere regret," said
tho governor In making tho an
nouncement. "His work hns been en
tirely satisfactory, and at all times
our relations have bcon roost pleas
ent. Ho took up tho matter of loav-'
ing just after tho leglslaturo. At
that tlnio I suggested that he post
pone a trip ho felt ho should make,
A short sermon
with urogram will be rendered and i
lunch served. All who wish to go,
must meet Sunday morning, O'UO
o'clock, nt tho Scandlunvlau-I.uther-i
an church, where auto trucks Willi
They Come Up
COUNTY UOUHT PHOI'KKDINOS
(Continued from pngo 3.)
ClalniB allowed Juno 8, term of
Peter Thompson, road work
Henry Thompson, do
Gilbert Thompson, do .
Arnold Thompson, do
C. V. Washburn, do
Peter Thompson, do
Henry Thompson, do
Jim I.owell, road work, dis
Ivan Kuntts, do
which ho did. .Mr. Putnam has Kvorott woton. do
proved himself thoroughly offlclont ' ' "" ,,n
and competent and I dislike losing ?5r ,.,!??" ! !!
.im ...in !.,. i,v . nm,. , '- Ulladeau, do .
""-"' Jim I.owell, do
esi regard nnu uesi wisuta.
BEST IS INSPECTOR
The Deschutes county court In ses
sion this morning appointed Woody
Dost, a stockman of Harney, Inspec
tor tor the county to act until n per
manent inspector Is appointed by the
By an Oregon law of 1915, the
power of recommending stock In
spectors for appointment by the gov
ernor Is vest ml in the' Oregon State
Horse and Cattle Association. Mr. '
Best will act until some action is
AUTO CLUB MARKING
PftATIC nTTT fX? TJT7Mn , taken by the association
v, w. v 4, , The court ,g R0nR over ,ne Ueml. . -.."
m t 1 .1.1. . ...111. ""-r ......
luiuniu rumi mis mieriiuuti wiui
Goorgo ltoborts, do .. .
Louis llllndoau, do .
Kvorott Katon, do
George ltoberts, do . .. .
Jim Lowell, do
Louts Illladoau, do . .
Floyd Vancleave, road work,
district No. 22
P. II. Johnson, do . . .
I. L. Owon, do .
Ileunlo Goodman, do
Raymond Graffenborger, do
Dewey Spencer, do
F. 0. Klgor, do
John Holland, do
J. I). Ilowmnn, road work, dis
trict No. 13
Linn Wilson, do
Central Oregon Irrigation Co.
road work, district No. 11''
J (12. RQ
Jack Tar" Middies
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Carrying out the plan adopted at a
recent meeting ot the Bend Auto
club, Frank Prince Is making a trip to
. La Pine this afternoon to check up
on the mileage cards placed along
tho road last Sunday by H. C. Ellis.
Tho work Is being done far the pur
pose of securing accurate road in
formation for presentation to the
county court when it takes up tho
matter ot erecting guide posts on
the main traveled roads of the coun
ty. By this help from the club It
Is hoped that the work may be ac
complished In time tor the directum
of tourist travel this summer.
The erection ot accurate guide
posts is being taken up all over tho
state by the Oregon Automobile Club
but, If left to that organization alone,
the work In Central Oregon would
not bo done until some time next
George S. Young, county surveyor.
Several changes may be made, elim
inating dangerous turns and stretches
of road where the view ahead is obstructed.
James I.owe, do
James llenham, do
Krneet Davis, do . .
Bay Lamberson, clerk of elec
tion M. Or Coe, do
I Luetta M. Warnstaff, do . .
I A. C. Armstrong, do
SLOW 1 1,etor Nelaou, do
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WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN MEND for this famous make of Middy
Mouses, The class, the beauty, the wonderful workmanship of "Jack Tar Togs"
are only a few of the reasons ot our pride in being appointed as the best store to
feature these garments so thoroughly appropriate for picnic, vacation and sport
wear, A great variety ot styles is open tor your inspection in both loose and
at prices rang
arieiv oi styles is open tor your inspection in uoin loose aim
75c to $2.50
Ladies' Neckwear Reduced
Crepes, Georgettes, Organdies, Swisses and Silk Neckwear of all kinds
nt these REDUCED PRICES.
All regular 35c Neckwear, now 25c Regular $1.25 Neckwear, now 05c
All regular 50c Ncckw'ear, now 35c Regular $1.50 Neckwear, now $1.00
All regular 65c, 75c Neckwear, now 50c Regular $2.00 Neckwear, now .... $1.25
All regular $1.00 Neckwear, now . . 75c Regular $2.50 Neckwear, now $1.50
PRINTERS HELP IN
FINANCING THE WAR
County Clerk' Office Sec No In-1 Pw; Coylti. lo ......
fFrom Friday's Dally.)
Members of Bend Typographical
Union No. 780 have just received
Information from International Sec
retary J. W. Hays, with headquarters
at Indianapolis, to the effect that the
executive committee of the Interna
tional Typographical Union has In
structed the Fletchor National Bank
of Indianapolis, to take out Llborty
Loan bonds In the sum of $50,000.
crease, at $tt.OO Bounty.
(From Friday's Dally.)
The number of coyote bounties
has not shown a noticeable Increase
since the bounty was raised from
11.50 to $3.00, according to Miss
Whltmoro, deputy in the county
The increased bounty Is paid only
on hides which havo been takon slnco
May 21. A now ruling requires the
whole hide bo brought to the clerk's
office. Tho hoad will no longer bo
cut off the hldo as before, but the
feet will be out Instead, which will
not decrease the value of the skin
to the tanner.
J. G. Murphy, ot Bend, brought In
11 hides this week which he had
taken In the Milttam Valley district.
L. Mclleynolds, do
M. F. LaOrange, do 3.00
Geo. V. Vrobobck. do 3.00
Walter L. Wing, do 3.00
W. J. Schuldt, do . 3.00
J. W. Wright, do . . . 7.10
F.- Vancleave, do i., 3.00
M. A. Palmer, tables for elec
Pacific Tol & Tel. Co., tolo- '
phone. Supt. schools '20.-IO
Pacific Tol &. Tel. Co., tele- y
phone, sheriff 13.95
Pacific Tol & Tol. Co., tele
phone, elork 12.10
Henry Burton, Janitor 5.00
J. A. Kastos, canvassing elec
tion returns 3.00
J. C. Thorp, couvasslng elec
tion returns -MO
The Owl Pharmacy, merchan
dise for eounty offleers 78.55
Irwlu-Hodson Co., ledgers for
clerk's office 44.75
Glass & Prudhomme Co., fil
ing emblnet section . 15.20
Reed-Smith Merc. Company
Central-Oregon's Largest Distributor
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co., tmir-l'
chandlso for roads lAt Wlv
J, H. Hancr, expross, freight
H. C. O'Noll, board, F. Shef
Hart B. Houston, deputy shor
Iff O. O. King, deputy sheriff ..
Douthlt Klectrlc Co., light for
David L. Wiggins, work oh
Co. treasurer's books .
Clyde M. McKay, postage
Mugill & Krsklne, suppllea for
school superintendent . y.
Dement & Co., supplies, road
district 21 ,. .
Htanldy MltAncll, road work,
district No. 14 .....
Ooorge F. Scott, do
G. K. Htadlg, do .........
Illchard Mitchell, do ............
Stanley Mitchell, do
Fred Walter, do
The State Teachers' Ex
amination for this county,
for one, two, and five year,
BTAUFFRU MAIL IlOUTR-1'as-
sengora and oxpresa to Htauffor and t
way points, Mlllican, Brothers, Im
perial, Hampton, Itolynt. Iavmi
Bund Monday and Thursday; leave
Htauffor, Tuesdays and Fridays. Of
ficii at Frunchy's. Phono. C. L.
YOU WANT TO FARM-
ADJUDGED INSANE Y
An attendant will arrive In Bend
tonight to take charge of Adln ltob
erts, of Terrebonne, yesterday ad
judged InBane and committed to the
Pendleton asylum by Dr. I'. C. Coe,
This amount Is in addition to that i acting county physician.
which may be subscribed by the var- ltoberts is an elderly man and has
Another advance In the price on Auto Tires.
If in need, protect yourself at the earliest
We Handle the U. S. .
Skuse Hardware Company
COOK B Y
IIIUI1 Always Striving to Pleaie
WITHOUT ' :. -
FIRE - , Dear Boys and .
, ' Girls:- v
CLEAN, SANITARY My New TICK MOUSE
ECONOMICAL ST0UY "0K is 1ehi'
LtuiNUMitAL GIVEN AWAY
i hn ' 1 1 Myron. H. Symons
A imall payment down put? an 1 j ' THE JEWLER
Electric Range In your home. , -,,, -.,-
I I Cull and get one FREE.
BEND WATER, 'LIGHT & POWER CO. ' Mr. Tick Mouse
flOO down, balance cut time; 70
scree raiiK adjoining; half acr
garden, acre potatoes; mi union
ditch, two tulle frmu DewhultM. 7
life and snocial certificates !ii from Bend. vwr mn and
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l. Un .1 .... in llif.l. .1 "'.I". --
UU lll-lll ill liiu iiitir mi
i lavs ii mower.
School lntildincr in Bond on . am- iiauHhniti icoeds nn.r
June 27, 28, 29 and 30.
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Now We Swing Into
the sweltering duys when the hcut becomes almost
unbearable. This is ' the time you'll appreciate
the large measure of body comfort to be enjoyed in
wearing our oose, airy, hot weather duds.
wear that .sticky, liinpy,
starched collar on scorch
ing days? You can en
joy soft, cool, refreshing
neckwear by wearing soil
collars. We have a style
for you as becoming as
your favorite starched
1 5c each
assortments of Sport
Shirts you will find here,
in patterns and color
harmony that will suit
your individual taste