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IlKNI) IlUMHTIrf, IIHNI), OREGON, TinilWDAY, JANUARY &l, llfl
MEET HERE, 1919
STATE LAIIOIl BODY .VOW OATH
EllED AT AHTOUIA, VOTES TO
VISIT IlKNI) next vi:it ii:i-
EGATE KKV SI'ITKKDS.
AHTOUIA, Or, Jan. 17, 1 01 8.
llitml Ilul lot In. IlttiKl. Oregon.
Nnxl conviinllon goi' to llonil.
Express npppidiitloii of (ha Fod-
oration to tho cllUons fur kind-
'W y Invllutluil.
O. It. HAUTWKI.
(From Thursday's Dully.)
Breaking I lit) imtitlillshml custom
of tliu Htiilo Fodurntlon of l.utior to
tiHHit In Haloui during tliu loglsla
(Ivn suasion tlio convention In si
mIoii at Astoria yi'storday voted to
hold ItH 11)1 iiHMitliir. In llond.
Bond's claims to tlio roiivttntloii
worn presumed liy John A. Koy, dnlo
Kiitn from tlio ('oiilrol Labor Council
of llitnd, mid to riilnforto It In lnvlta
jton.ovor 30 telegrams worn mint from
lulu on Tuesday urging Hih selection
of thin city as next year's mooting
f Word of Mr. Key's sucrus wm re
ceived huro laid night, local luhor
liHtdnm mid others expressing consid
erable itatlNfiMitlcdi at huarlikX tliu
Elithorato plniiH for tlio entertain
ment of Hid visitors will Im made by
I.. J. Klldnll wan iioinlnntml ni a
member of Ihcoxecullvu board at thn
, OPENED TODAY
TIIK HENNETT-COOPEU COMPANY
, MOVES INTO QI'AUTKItM IN TIIK
PIUNGLE III II.DINO MANY
(From Mondny'ii Dally.)
Today wan marked by tho opening
of u now Krorury store In llund, ono
complete with nil modern and until
tary equipment uml a varied stock of
fancy and staple goods. Tho llotiuclt
Cooper Compaii ' Instnllod In Its
now quarters In tho cant half of tho
lowur floor In tho 1'rliiKlo llulldliiK
mid In prepared to haudlu trndo from
I.diiIii Hoiinolt, formnrly proprietor
of Huiinott'ii ixroiory on Oregon
Mtnu't, mid W. C, ('opHr, better
known huro iik tho representative of
tho Mnsou-Ehrmau Company, of Cort
land, head tho firm, which Iiuh a
branch houso at Hllvur Lake. John
-W. Fink, recently from Thn Dulles,
Vlll ho bookkeeper for hoth stores.
Clay Mlllor, who tins boon Identified
with othor similar stores In tills city,
will complete tho staff of tliu now
All now fittings havo boon Installed
In tho grocery, Hpoclal glass cabinet
being provided for moots, chocso and
othor pnrlNhablo kooiIh. Beneath tlio
counter nrn ciihoh for evaporated
frnltM, which may ho noon from tlio
front throtiKh tho iclnnn plates which
form ono sldo or tho IiIiih. Whtto
ipnumol counters, shelves tint! wood
work toKothor with I Ik lit bluo walls
inako tho Moro light and ploiiHHnt In
npponrnnco. An ontlro now Htock Iiiih
boon put In, ovory roroal or artlclo In
tho lino of cannod kooiIh IioIiik packed
thlH fall. A largo portion of tho ship
inontH aro still to arrive.
Throo dollvorUm u day will ho in a do
by tho igroeory.
PF out rock times to
Kitltor In I.llcoly to Ho Culled In Next
Draft January til Will
lio Last Issue
(From Thumday'H Daily,)
Since Itn editor mid owner Iiiih boon
placed In CIiihs I, under (ho aoloctlvQ
draft act, and will bo ono of tho first
poriimiH called from I.alto county
when tho nuxt draft call Is Issued,
publication of tho Fort Hock Tlinos
will 'bo discontinued with tho Isauu of
January III, 1U18.
Tho Times has boon published con
tinuously nt Fort Hook alnoo Juno 12,
1013, IioIiik slnrted by II. N. lluch
J)tor, of I'alsloy, who within n fow
juontliB from that date sold It 'to Its
jiriont ownor, J. William A. Ilusoh.
hj M. . iaiijw
(Continued from I'iiko Two,)
tho iiiiinii of tho lioiiHt or tho iiiunbor
of his namn."
In (loriiiany for tho pant two years
till) necessities Of 1 1 TO IlltVO llfoll HO
ma i co, but ho wnll distributed, that
tlioy liavo dnrlHod u card M'Htom
whoroby ovory person "rich or poor,
Hinall or grout," Iiiih ii card Issued to
him or bur ovory wenk, showing thn
amount (and n vory Hinall muoiint It
It, too), of brcinl or potutoes or f IkIi
which may lio purchased diirliu; tho
week, and If ouo buys tho ontlro al
lowance oarly In Iho wenk thou no
moro can bo bought of that artlc!o
uulll tho hoi(liiiiliiK of tho next wcok
mid tho Iniiuauco of another turd. I
utidomtund tho cards liavo printed
on thorn tlio iimuo of tho Gorman kov
orniiKMit, tho namu of tho boast; tliu
namn of tho pornou to whom tho card
Ih IhhuimI mid tho niuubor, ho "Hut
no man may buy nor noil hiivo ho that
huth tho mark, or thn iimuo of tho
boast, or tho nuiubur of his namu."
No such plan us thin Iiiih ovor bocu
adnptoil beforo by any country at any
tliuo, mid probably no olhur country
hut offlclout (lormmiy would havo
dovlsod ho thoro a Mystoin, mid It Ih
I'urtalnly romarkablo that It should
havo boon no wnll dfHcrlhi'd In vision
noarly two thousand yonrs bi-foro bo
Im: put Into operation.
Vorso IK: "lloro In wisdom. Lot
him that hath uiidoritanillui: count
tho numbor of Iho boast for It In tho
numbor of a man; and Ills numbor In
hIx Im nd rod, throoNuoro mid six." Tills
prophecy thou applies not only to a
Koviirumitiit, but to a man, and tho
number 0 0 0 In especially connected
with that man.
Anothnr roferenro to an onryclo
podia will show you (hat tho Kn'sor
was born on January 27, 1X09. A
chronoloKy of tho prosonl world ca
tustroplio will show that Austria
(larutoly at (lorniaiiy's lustlnntlon)
Invaded Horbln on July 27, li)H. Do
a "little arithmetic and you will find
that It In GCC mouths to tho very day
from tho date of tho Kaiser's birth
to tho hoKlunliiK of tho Kroat war.
Looking back to verso G wo aro
told that "power was r.lvon unto him
to continue forty nod two months,"
CountliiK from July 27, 1914, wo find
that this brliiKs us to January 27,
1918, tho Kaiser's next birthday,
when, If this prophecy Is true nnd
correct, lilt (lower will bn broken,
either by dentil, political reform or
Watch January 27, 1918.
(Continued from Pane 2.)
school Thursday and Friday of last
Mm. (I. F. Ilcckmau vlsltsl with
Mrs. C. II. Ifurdy several days last
Mr. mid Mrs. A. W. Ilayu visited
I Mr. mid Mrs. (1. F. Ilayu In Deschutes
A dance lias been announced for
February 22 at tlio Community hall.
Mrs. J. K. Warner kiivh the oVkIiiIi
Kradu oxmuliiatlouH at tho Uhepard
school last week.
Dan llourlKau, Tom Cronlu, Mlko
O'Connor, Jack O'Connor and Jerry
O'Connor Hpont last week In I'ort
laud, J. A. lllitKR and Heaves Wlllcoxon
made a business trip to Hood on Tues
day afternoon of last week.
Mrs, Allen Wlllcoxon mid diiiiRh
ter, Harriott, went dinner KUests at
tho J. M, Shearer homo .Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left for Port
land on Sunday ovciiIiik to bo gono
.ill. nun .un. n. K. .iiuniurii nHllll
I Ul'Mllliy III llllllll.
The ladloA workliiK under tho Houd
chapter of tho Hod Cross met with
Mrs. K. S, Hull on Wuduesday of hint
.Mr. mid Mth, Hoh.-i llussett, daiiKh
ter. Margaret, mid Lloyd lliiRflett vls
Ited Mrs. K. A. Iliissott mid Miss Fay,
In Prluovlllo Sunday,
Clareuco FurKOHoti recently pur
cIniHml tho ranch formerly owned by
K. W. Lludsey on tho lower Prluo
W, A. FoHter attended to IiubIiiohs
In Prluovlllo on Monday,
Fred Frlsby Iiiih purchased tlio -10
acreH north of tho K. L Iversnu ranch,
Allen Wlllcoxon and crow aro
woYkliiK on tho Htrotch of road from
WorlH' to II, A, Meyers' ranch.
10. A. lliissott mid It. 10. Davis
were Kuests at tho Alien Wlllcoxon
homo for Sunday dinner.
John Drlscoll roturuod from Port
land Saturday evoiihu: fully recover
ed from his recent operation,
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Puruloy and
sou, Wilbur, epont Sunday vlaltlliu:
(Jeorfio McRlfresh and family ut Tor
rebouuo, Allen Wlllcoxon wn8 In Prluovlllo
on business Wodiiesduy uftoruoon.
Mr, mid Mrs, Jesse Tuck moved
moved back on tho homostcad lit or
der to inako final proof.
The Prluovlllo lied Cross auxiliary
mot at thn Community hall last Fri
day. A Rood number wora In attend
ance, Tho annual mootlni; of tho Powell
llutto Co-operative Association will
ho hold on tho first Thursday In Fob
ruary. An IntorostliiK debate has
also been planned for tho occasion.
A shipment of books from tho stato
travolliiK library was roculvod last
wook. Mrs, O. M. Chmitoit Is aotliiK
librarian mid books may ho had by
Kolue to tho Charlton homo,
Angry Housewives Are
Worst Stumbling Block
(From Mnuday'fl Dally.)
POHTLAND, Jan. 21,. Tho i;reat
cHt Htumblliifc-block now In the way
of tho food administration Ih tho
selfishness and unpatriotic Indiffer
ence of tho uvoniKo Oregon family,
accordliu: to Federal Food Adminis
trator J. II. Ayor, who nayn that
wholesale mid retail dealers tliroucli
out the state aro cooperation splen
didly, but that the public In Kcueral
through Individual Kreed and self
ishness In provliu: a serious obstacle
In tho successful carrying out of tho
administration's conservation plans.
"Many families aro splendidly pa
triotic," Hiild .Mr. Ayer, "and uro
loyally observliiK tho conservation re
(lulroiuoiits In every detail, hut many
others are either selfishly or thought
lessly iKiiorliiK the reflations, and
In addition are maklnK life mlHorable
for tho Krocers, who must restrict
the sales of flour and suKar. Ill
iiatiired complaint and tbnuits of dis
continued putrouuKn are made by
miKry housewives, these complaints
mid threats In many casus, belli):
'backed up' by husbands and broth
ers who make special visits to the
Krocer to voire their displeasure.
These unpatriotic cltlxens will ;o to
almost any leiinth to evade tho rec
illations mid to secure moro than
their ullowance, althou;h uNsiirod
that this Im the Hiirest way of creating
a HhortiiKo and rais'.iiK prices, where
as, If they will support tho food ml
ministration In Itn carefully worked
out plans, there will ho plenty for all
at reaHonuble prices, with a surplus
for tlio steady Htreum of food staples
that wo must keep iuoviik (uwurd
the front If wo uro to win this war.
Grazing Privileges In
(From Saturday's Dally.)
District Forester Ccorgo II. Cecil
announces thut the Secretary of Ag
riculture Ih notifying nil holders of
permits for gnulng livestock on thu
national forests that tho payment of
any bonus or allowance for waiver of
tho grazing prlvllego In connection
with sales of livestock or ranch prop
ertles will bo cause for revocation of
This is In accordance with one of
tho regulations governing the use of
tho national forests for grazing priv
ileges, which provides that permits
will bo granted only for tho cxcluslvo
use and benefit of tho owners of the
Htock and will ho forfeited If sold of
transferred In any manner or for any
consideration. To protect permittees
who may wish to dispose of their
property against tho losses which sac
rifice sales would Involve, It has been
customary to allow continued uso of
the national forest ranges by (he now
owner. Without some provision for
this, tho forest sorvlco grazing of
ficials point out, holders of permits
who wish to xo out of business
would not bo able to obtain a fair
viiluo for tholr property. Hut tho
procedure has aimed throughout at
such a safeguarding of thu situation
ns would prevent tho acquisition of
nnytiiiug approacning vested rights
In tho public property by private In
dividuals or companies.
Owing to tho great and ovor-ln-
It is not just what you pay, but
what you get that counts in buy
ing Groceries. We try to give
you the most for your money,
734 Wall Street, Near Ohio Phone Red 161
T-r M- r-M.M.'M.M lAka Christmas you don't fulUr
understand, eomo In and consult us, wo will bo hu to jlvo you nny
deslrwl Information. Developing and I'rlmlnif quickly and satisfact
orily dono. Also KnlnrKlnjr All lllins loft boforo ono o'clock In tho
afternoon will Do uovoioneu oy live
ut FIVK they're done."
KUDAKH ami supplies.
CENTRAL PHOTO CO.
WITH SYMONS. The Jeweler. O'Kane BUtf., Bend, Ore.
"Wo must havo better cooperation
and more of It, Moro earnest war
conHcleiiclousnesN Ih needed. If the
food administration Is to accomplish
ItH purpose of provlsloultiK our army
abroad mid feeding tho armies and
HtnrvliiK peoples of tho Allies, isvury
American family must help. So that
this need may he realized mid the war
consciousness bo made more general,
I earnestly ask all who arc loyally
siipportliiK tho administration to act
as missionaries among their friends
and neighbors, explaining the situa
tion and with patience and tact en
deavoring to brliuc thoso who aro
selfish or ludlfformt to a realization
of the fact that they aro obstructing
tho food administration In Its vital
"It Is hard to understand, after all
the publicity given to tho conserva
tion plans and principles for so many
months, how any American family
can still lie In ignorance of the need
of Its individual cooperation, or of the
fact that Its cooperation Is a patriotic
duty. It Is harder still to understand
how any American family not Ignor
ant of these things, can go on ignor
lug mid even defying tho regulations
of the food administration. Let ev
ery Oregon family tako" stock of Its
patriotism as represented by Its loyal
support of the food administration.
If your support In not 100 per cent,
speedily make It so, and then do what
you can to bring your friends ami
neighbors up to the same high stand
ard. This Is no trifling matter, but
a serious patriotic duty. Koch family
Is an essential unit in tho nation's
conservation plan, and the success of
tho plan Is of vital Importance to the
winning of the war."
Cannot Be Soldi
crcaslng demand for uso of the forest
ranges, which Is now In most regions
far beyond their capacity, tho graz
ing prlvllego Is of largo value Upon
tho national forests tho government
applies a system of regulated uso des
ignated to encourage production, pro
mote, tho upbuilding of tho country
along healthy lines, and securo the
greatest good to tho greatest number,
but makes only a moderate charge
for tho grazing permits.
In the view of thoso In charge of
tho national forest grazing business,
It would bo entirely unfair for the
public to forego a maximum return
for tho value of uso of Its property
and then allow thoso granted tho
privilege of uso to collect this value
from others, as tho prlco of surren
dering tholr privileges. Such a prac
tice, they Bay, would make competi
tive disposal by tho government of
tho grazing tho only logical course.
As Secretary Houston says In warn
ing tho range users that tho payment
of bonuses or tho giving of any con
sideration to securo tho filing of a
waiver of tho grazing privllogo is pro
hibited, "such a payment would be
a consideration for a prlvllego tho
granting of which Is wholly within
tlio discretion of tho government and
for which no ono is entitled to recolvo
compensation." Therefore any such
payment will bo "sufficient cause for
tho revocation of permit or forfeituro'
of all grazing preferences based upon i
tho purchaso of permitted stock,"
o'oiock tlio siuno day, "In at ONK,
u Complete Lino of KAST.MAN
IMtALTH'i: I'Olt OPKHKiTA.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Students at the Uend high school
havo begun practice on an oporettn.
"Tho Princess Chrysanthemum," to
bo given some time In the latter part
of February, Mrs, F, Tlionlnrioii Is
Shoes for Real Service
OUIt SI'KCIALTV IS TO MAKK HIIOKS THAT
STAND TIIK TKST
In especially made for this kind of country, None aro bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot be
beaten for tho money. Olvo theso shoes a trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hanson Logger Shoes of Threo Lakes, Win., ro
hand-made nnd cno of tho very best of Its kind. Special made-to-order
work taken for this shoo.
Ul'-TO-DATK BHOK ItKPAIIUNO
STREET R. H. LOVE1N OREGON
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
BuHlling Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Suixkrd Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Afcx-nt, MILLKR, LUMBER CO.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth sod Wuhtagtoo StrettJ
Centrally locaitd Tie Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at Sth.St.
Business and Professional Cards
VERNON A. FORBES
L A V Y K It
First National Dank Building
Bond :: :: Oregon
H. H. DeARMOND
L A V V K It
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
H. O. L L I S
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
Dono In u FIRST-CLASS imiu
iter, u lillo you wait.
L. Goodman, opposite Baker's
O. B. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Benson Building, Wall Street
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Suite 0-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Oregon
EYE SPECIALIST, of Porthuul
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or luqulro ot
TIIORSON, THE JEWELER
directing thn work nnd picking thono
who will tako tho loading parts.
About 30 boys and girls In tho gloo
clubn will tako part. Tho staging
will probably bo more elnborato than
ordinarily nnd all pupils will appoar
In appropriate costumes.
ARTHUR J. MOORE
Log Cabin Rulldinfr
Dend, Ore. Phone Black 1411
J. K. EXGEliHKTSON,
I'LUMUIXG AND HEATING
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furriahod
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Phono Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND - - - OREGON
O. P. NISWONQEU, Bond, Ore.
Licensed Eiubalnier, Funeral
Phono Red 421. Lady Aest.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Over Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
1'houo ItlHl 48'J
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