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Sister Susie's Sending
Smokes To Soldiers
An if so nro fathor nnd mother nnl J success by doing your bltT
ovoryono olso. It's tho roal thing to
do. And you can tlo.lt cnally; doesn't
cost much; every little helps. And
Kosli, hpWithnsc in mi over there do
love their American tobacco nnd cig
arettes. It's oaay for you to send
your share. Mako use of our ar
rangement for taking contributions.
The Bulletin tobacco fund hna boon
started to supply our boys with their
favorlto smoke. Will you help to
make it a succc33T This has been en
dorsed oy the government. Through
tho efforts of this paper, arrange
ments havo been made with Tho
American Tobacco Company to send
45 cents worth of tobacco tor 2G
cents. Hero la what they will ot:
Twq pacKagcs of Lucky Strike clg
nroltes, retail at 20c; 3 packages of
Bull Durham tobacco, retails at lGc;
a ."books Dull Durham clgarotto pa
pers; 1 tin of Tuxedo tobacco, retails
nt 10c; 4 books of Tuxedo cigarette
papers. A return post' card Is en
closed in each package, so that every
rontrlbutor will rccetvo a personal
acknowledgment of his gift. You will
treasure this message from the
trenches. Evorybody wants to give
n little. Will you help mako it a
tribute, orgautxo your club, your
church, your town, your office, your
factory nnd glvo tho boys Just a little
comfort tholr favorlto smoke.
On December 1, Tho llulletln sent
its first remittance covering subscrip
tions received up to that tlmn for the
tobacco fund. It amounted to $ti,R0.
On Saturday a second chuck was sent
oft, Just double tho first one. The
$13 subscribed was received from tho
followlivg. who made tholr contribu
tions without snllnltatlon uthor than
that in these columns:
Carl Johnson (tailor) $1.00
P. V. Johnstone 1.00
Claudo Mannholmcr 2.00
Judgo W. I). llarnes :t,00
Fred A. Shonnulst 1.00
Nels Anderson . 1.00
A Friend 1.00
F. T. Parker 25
Karl T. Smith 25
Arbuta Smith 25
John Cunningham 1.00
Gladys Cooper 25
Julius Pederson 1.00
This sum will pay for 52 tobacco
kits for 52 American soldlor boys In
Franco. How many moro will
DEFENDANT ALLEGES THAT
SPECIAL OFFICER t'ASSIHV
"PLANTED" BOTTLE OF WINS
KKY, FOUND IX HIS ('Alt.
Ford Turns Ooer
in Collision; Engine
Runs Same as Ever
BEND BOY IS GIVEN
PROMOTION IN NAVY
Ilolicrt Inncs Now In Pay Office t
Mnro Island, Receiving
" (From Monday's Daily.)
Robert K. Innes, ono of the Dend
boys who has been at the yeoman
school at San Francisco, has been
transferred to Mara Island, accord
ing to a letter received today by his
parents. Ho Is detailed In thi pay
office whore he handles tho pay rolls,
allounonts, clothing and other stores
on tho receiving ship at the train!!'?
station. "It's oorjaluly a fine Job,"
writes the boy. "I like Mare Island
much better than San Francisco."
class trom the training
which Mr. Inncs was a
member, 23 out of 84 passed.
Among tho Dend men whom he has
seen recently aro Ralph Harvc,yi
Stevo Stcldl, Jess Geiser .and Dob
Horn or, all of, whom, ho reports, aro
well'and getting along in their work.
Mr. Innos will not bo ablo to come
homo for Christmas, much as ho
DON'T STOP KNITTING
SAY ARMY OFFICIALS
LEG IN ACCIDENT
(From Friday's Dally.)
E. II. Ross, an employe of tho
Tine Treo Lumber Company, wan ac
cidentally injured early this morning
v.iillo working at the mill. A plcco
of lumber struck him so that ho fell
on somo machinery and caught one
leg in tho gearing. The bono was
splintered and the member seriously
injured. Mr. Ross was brought into
Bend -for treatment.
KcHrt Tluit Sumter unit Wristlet..
Arc Nubiinrc, Declared With
(From Friday's Dally.)
Shall tho knitting nccdlos stop? Is
it true that women aro wasting wool
and burdening tho boys? No, say
the war and navy doparments.
Stories afloat that socks and muf
flers, wristlets and sweaters aro not
wanted by tho nation's sailors and
soldiers aro malicious. Humors that
the Red Cross sells such articles
turned over to It and pockets on them
aro plain lies, says ono council .of
"A knitted sweater Is a garment
of -great scrvlco and is a welcome ad
dition to a soldier's equipment," says
Secretary' of War Dakcr.
"Tho demand for sweaters, espec
ially, has been beyond tho capacity of
all our resources," says II. D. Gibson,
general manager of the Red Cross.
"We ore buying all tho yarn wo
aro able to securo that Is suitable for
knlttors, and arc sending it out to
tho chapters as fast as wo can get
deilvory of It.
"Wo have received from chapters
about 200,000 sweaters, all of which
havo been delivered to the men In tho
camps and training stations, with tho
oxceptlon of a few thousand which
wo have had to send to France."
"Wo call upon tho women to give
us their very best efforts from now
until at loam January 1, that wo may
be able to furn'.sh our own men with
these comforts, and have some to
spare for the dlro needs in France."
What A Man Wants
(Printed in the desire to serve women)
When a man wants to be "dead sure" of the
right thing for a woman's Christmas gift, he
goes to a woman's store; there he sees what
women buy for themselves, and gets the expert
qdyice of other women.
The rule works both ways, and the resourceful
woman seeks out a man's store and the advice of
This is a 'store for men; it sells the things a
man enjoys owning; the things he gets for him
self. And it's a place for both men and women
to buy gif ts for men.
Our stock is generous and varied:
Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats, of
course; shirts, hats, a new array of ties, cuff
links, and scarf pins; leather wallets, belts, Jer
sey s sweaters, handkerchiefs, etc.
There are many others,, some that you will
think of at once, others you'll appreciate having
called to your attention. That is where we can
be of service to you ; we can share the advantage
of our acquaintance with men. We'll be glad to
do it. '
wfifiSL Make Pants$4 to $6
MARTIN & CASHMAN
'Uhe HOME of HART SCHAFFNER & MJIRX Clothes
Flonhelm Shoes 'Dutchess Pants
(From Wodncsdny'H Dally.)
Accepting tho dutuuso's nllrgntlnu
that Special Agent Cusstdy had
"planted" the bottle nt whiskey
found In Mike Mnrg's automobile on
tho night of December 10, n Jury In
Judge Wastes' court yesterday ac
quitted Merg on tho charge of having
whiskey In his possession contrary to
tho provisions of thu "bono dry"
law. Thu Jury consisted of. C. K.
Hamilton, W. 11. Slants, 'M. A. Pal
mer, D. L. Mcintosh, Clarouco Maun-
helmor and R. H. Deynrmoud.
Tho testimony given by Cassldy
under oath was that he had seen Merg
drive down llond street from Green
wood nvouue and stop at Carmody's,
where ho loft tho ear nnd wont Into
thu store. Coming down thu street,
Cassldy satil ho found tho bottle of
whlskoy In tho back seat, wrapped In
Tho defense argued that It was Im
possible for tho bottlo to have "rid
den" on the scat with Its wrappings
Intact and that Cassldy had "planted"
thu bottle In an effort to "gct" Merg.
V. A. Forbes appeared for Merg
and District Attorney Do Armoud con
ducted the prosecution.
GIVE NOTICE OF FIRE
(From Mondny's Dally.)
Notices will soon bo mailed to tax
payers near forest lauds to the effect
that they will be exempt from fire
patrol assessments. This Is accord
ing to Instructions received by Sheriff
Roberts this morning trom F. A. El
llott, state forester. Homo question
concerning this has caused posters to
bo put up and notices mailed from the
office containing tho following:
"Section 4. Chapter 247, Laws of
Oregon tor 1913, provides exemption
from fire patrol nssessmont for tlm
borland owners who reside on or
within one and one-halt miles of tlm
borland owned by them and coming
under the provisions of this law. Un
der a ruling of tho Oregon Stnto
Hoard of Forestry, tlmberlands occu
pied directly as a reslilenco by ten
ants of tho owners shall likewise be
considered exempt from assessment
for flro patrol, such exemption to ap
ply only on tho tract so occupied,
"Tax collectors aro authorized to
erroneous assessments, In concur
ronco with the above provisions, In
cases where good ami sufficient evi
dence of unllabllity to assessment Is
furnished by tlmborland owuors pro
testing payment. ,
Doubtful cases, as woll as all other
protests against payment of flro pa
trol assessments, should b.o referred
dlroctly to F. A. Elliott, Stato For-
estor, Salem, Oregon."
COMPOSITIONS IN FOR
School Children Write Fuwn
Topic Concerning Food
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Compositions which havo been en
tered in tho county food conservation
contest for tho ponies offered tho bust
papors written by school pupils on
tho subject aro now waiting for tho
return of Judgo W. D. Barnes from
Portland to pass on thorn. Tho win
ning themes In each of tho throo
classes will bo sent to tho state con
tost. No compositions wero entered
by children of Dend.
Tho following havo won In tholr
districts and havo been entered in
the county competition: Deschutes,
Lylo Thurston, Maggto Prlchard;
Tumalo, Ethel Graham; Alfalfa, Cecil
Holloway; Terrebonne, DIancho Mot
caif, Mildred Miller, Thclma Cunning
ham; Hdomond, Maudo Butler, I'lillo
D. Smith, David Lurce; Grlnstoad
school, Thomas Going, Lauronco
Fecal; Arnold, Ellzuboth Roystor,
William Lowell,- Anna -M3ry McKIn
ley, Robert Roystor, Oscar Whitney,
Clifford Blladcau, Franz Schnour,
Dora Blladcau, Clara Schnour, Thcl
RED CROSS WILL
SELL XMAS SEALS
(From Thursday's Dally,)
Tho local branch of tho Ittiri Cross
sent yestorday for 2000 died Cross
Christmas seals, which will bo sold
hero to aid tho tuberculosis fund
They will bo placed In several of tho
local Btorcs and women In tho Jellap
tor Intond to assist In tho utile'. The
stamps will arrlva within a law days.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Crossing tho Intersection of
Bond iuhI Minnesota Htruots ut
Si 1 30 last night tho Ford unto.
mobile driven by Potor Thomp
son . collided with thu delivery
' enr of thu Bond Hauling com
pany, driven by Billy Goorgo.
Tho former cur, with Its throo
occupants, toppled completely
.oyoiyHill lay on ono Hide. No In
juries wero unstained by either
Mr. Thompson or tils two daugh
ters, tho Mioses Roslo and Nora
Thompson, who m-companled
him. Tho rar was slightly dam
aged, thu fender on oho side bo
lug dented and tho upper half
of thu windshield falling out,
Mr. George was driving north
on llond street when tho other
machine crossed on Minnesota,
tho passenger ear swinging com
pletely around from (lie, force
of (ho blow.
This Is the second automobile
smashup Mr. Thompson has
'been In and tho second Ford he
lms owned, In tho pakt (wo
months. No ono tins been In
jured on either occasion nnd tho
driver says ho Is getting used
to turning over nt frequent In
torvals. When his car was right
ed and cranked up last night tho
onglun ran as though nothing
". 1 1.
Wish You All A
Merry Xmas and
A Happy New-
HlghcM rich price puld for nil
klmU of fur, hide, tuxd, pelt.
Brlggt' Second Hum! Store. 3330
FIRST QUESTION BLANK IN.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
McKenilo, Durwnrd II. Hunt, Harry
Thomas, Georgo F. Rohrer, Harney
II. Conaway, Fred Manford llotall,
Ernest F.dgnr Dyor, Karl Alusley Rob
erts, Clarence William Nelson, Joss
James Sullivan, Charles Itreltkrolti,
John Wilson Carroll, Paul Francis
Hampson, George Washington Wil
son, Krlck Arthur Cackvtle, Arthur
Molgo Grubo, Ecron Theodore Daniel
son, Sogurd Hcndrlcksnn, Alfred O.
Moore, Cecil Celsor llcacli, Harvey
Dec. 18. Krncst Frank Fields,
Henry I. McKIm, Georgo Wayne Hall,
John Clarenco Thompson, Tom R.
Kglln. Naum Pandoff Jordan, Will
iam R. Van Vlcet, William G. Cox.
Napoleon J. Marchand, Ralph H.
Fairfax. Kdwnrd George Gulflolsch,
Krnost Olson, Owen Thoniss, William
Ki Scurcey, Stanley J. Pierce, Louis
If. Bice. Hon Henry Morris, Ray K.
Cleveland, Ivcr Heudrlckson, Ivan G.
Murphy, Stanley Smith, Ilorgognl
Vlnconzo, Gonrgo II. Wood, Asa
Prlnglo, Orloa O. King, Frank H.
Frnnrls, Paul Armstrong Scngglns,
Kmol Arthur Nelson, Alphunso W.
Aya, John Kline Carney, Henry Nash
Fowlor, John Sather, James L. South
worth, Joseph Francis Desllet, Shothy
Louis Allen, Hugh P. Crow, Karl P.
Updike, Lestor Gist. Troy Kilgur
All kinds of hides pellN, AVool,
Furs bought, nt IlrlgK"' Kerond lliuid
SETTLERS VOTK FOR DISTRICT.
(Continued from Pago .1.)
elded, according to II. II. D,i Armond,
who hns acted as attorney for thou
who wero forming tho district. Fol
lowing tho Irrigation district law It
will bo nccossary for tho county court
to meet and canvass tlio voto and
later tho nowly elected directors will
comploto tho organization. At this
tlmo lots will bo drawn to boo which
will servo for tho ono, two and three
"Tho settlers havo not had any par
ticular plan In mind in fqrmlng thu
district," said Mr. Do Armond, this
morning, "beyond putting themselves
In position to deal with thu company
in a business llko way, Othor mat
tors may como up in tho future.'
Four chairs at your sorvico nt the
Metropolitan. No waiting, Adv,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Offlco at Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, December 1, 1917.
Notice is hereby glvon that Donnlo
Goodman, of Mllllcan, Oregon, who,
on December 19, 1013, mado Home
stead Entry, No. 018347, for Lot 2,
SKVi NWi, H'i NBVi and SEtf,
Soctlon 18, Township 20 South,
Rango 15 East Wlllamotto Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako
flnul throo year proof, to establish
claim to tho land abovo described, bo
foro II. C. Ellis, U. 8, Commissioner,
at Bond, Oregon, on -tho 14th day of
Claimant names as witnesses: Will
iam Sponcor, Potor II, Johnson, Ver
non aiqyongor, of Mllllcan; Burton
E. Davis,' of Bond, Orogon.
H, FRANK WOOPOOOiC,
And over remember for Hie future, as well as the past, that
are ulwnyn ready to please yuu.
And as there nro only a few more days to do your Christmas
No matter what you want, no matter what prion you want
IF YOU WANT OJ'AI.ITV, AND STVI.K, YOU CAN GET IT
AT THE PARISIAN LADII2IV OUTFITTERS.
Wo mako a specially of only tiie NEW wearing apparel for
Ladles and Misses. Wo will enumerate a fow pretty Ninas
glftM for your Mother, Sister, Wife, or Sweetheart:
If you want a ulcrMabou, of a Fancy Collar,
If you want a beautiful Coat or a swell Hklrt,
If you want a nlen Suit or it fancy Waist,
If you want something now In a swull Poeketbook. or a pretty
If you want a dainty Camlsoa, or a now Knitting Hag.
If you want a nlro Dress, which wo Just got In, or it swull Hat,
If you want a Wlrthwor Waist, which wo sell for One Dollar,
or u Welworth Waist, that sells for Two Dollars.
If you want stylo, quality, Individuality, and price to suit
your poeketbook, como to Tho Parisian.
(f7 't . RM
Wall anil Orrifun St. DcnJ, Orctfun
FOR SALE 40 acres. 3 mites H.
W. of Tn initio, on Tumalo Project, all
fonred; 30 acres cleared, 10 acres
hnvo been farmed; 3fi acre water
right This plaroean bo bought cheap,
with small cash payment, bal. to ault.
at 6 tier cent. Owner can't move on
tho place, limulro O. W. Snyder.
Tumalo. Or. , 97C-t:,3p
FOR SALE Four-room modern
house, clnso to mills In lloulnvnrd ad
dition; electric fixtures, east front,
all complete. A bargain If sold before
Janunry 1, Call 830 Columbia St.
FOR HALE Thoroughbred Llewel-
lyn Sutter pups. Address Dux 180,
a good business,, on n good tourit
rnnd. Inquire or wrltu llond llul
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Rocking chair, covered
with small rux; between town and
Woriistaff's ranch. Phono 4-P-U.
LOST llulck rim and tire, on tho
Prlnovllle-Alfalfa road, Sunday. Fin
der plessu Inquire BullHtlii.
LOST In Mllllcun valley, Decern
Iter If., brown horse and mall,
branded 04 on left shoulder. V.
Dykstra, Mllllcan, Ore. 1013-42, 3p
STRAYED I hay horse, roacheil
mane, shod, 4 years old, branded 4 4,
All expenses paid. T. C. .Merchant,
STRAYED llrnwn mare, 4 ywrs
old, star In forehead, ono whllo eye:
lost from Riley's ranch, north of
Mend Address W. II. William.
I Mend. I007-I2p
TAKEN I'P Iteil steer, long year-
ling, branded Indistinctly on right
nip, until oars cropped. Owner may
uhi-izp i ' -- ,. :";:. -"""". ""'.
Tiiiualo ( ook Hooks, 'pitying expenses Phono or call Will-
lam Alt. 4 H tulles north of llend.
for Xmas gifts, ut Reed & Morton
Drug Store. I'rlco ilfie. 99 1-42, 3p
FOR HALE 100 gradfe Cntswold
nnd Hampshire ewes, 2 to C; also CO
owe lambs. Lots to suit purchaser.
D. R. French, Powoll iluttu. Ore.
FOR HALE- Twenty tuns of rye
hay, near Imperial, Write or address
Andrew Nlrsrhl, Tumalo. 9.".8,4 l,2p
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good
country hotel und feed barn, doing
Mllllcun, Oregon. V
25 MILLION DOLLARS
Will bo provided for tho usn of tlm
United States If every person In tho
country buys only one 26c Thrift
Buy, out of your savings from day
to day, 10 or these 2Co stamps (tho
government provides a card for
thorn), at a cost of M total and In
1923 every ?4 worth of those stamps
will ho taken up by tho government
Back of this Havings Investment
nro tho ontlro resources of tho IJnltod
States tho wealthiest country on tho
No person allowed to carry moro
thun $1000 of this Investment.
Wo havo tho savings stamps at tho
bank for salo and shall bo glad to ex
plain this patriotic Investment fully
It you will call in porsnn.
United Slates Depository
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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