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HUM) IM'liMSTfN, 1IHNI), OIHtfJO.V, TIIUKHWAV, DKCBMIIKIl 12, 1018
Hi'ltlfi'x 1'orninlly TiiUh Control of
Jl!,0M-Amt (tlNlrlct anil IMfi'lira
-.Much of I. mill In Now
(Prom Hntttrdny'n Datlr.)
Formal control of Hid luiiil and
dltoh system of tlio Hiitinw Creek Ir
rlKatlon coiiipuiiy wum assumed yen
liinlny afternoon by tlio Huuuw
Crook IrrlKatlon illHtrlct, when tltlo
to 12,000 ucrim of land pniwiid to
tlio district. Tlio traiiMfor Ih tlio cul
mination of noKotlatloim buKiin last
May, and represents u coiiNldnratloit
or Itlfi.OOO. or thin ntnount, 137,000
Ih for tlin Irrigation system, Hid bal
ancii liclni: fur tlio land Itself.
An a iildo llKht on tlio traiihactlon,
11, II, Do Ariuond, attorney and sec
rotary for tlio district, mentioned this
inornliii: that tlio rovonuo iitainp or
yn-t which wan affixed to tlio deed
Klvun hy Hid Irrigation company and
Iho lllack llnlto Land & Livestock
roinpany, Joint ownum of Hid liiml, In
tlio lurci'Ht ovor used In HiIh county
In nddlllon to tho main transfer,
J2, 000 -koch to A. H. Molina, form i.' r
owner or tho hotiK Hollow ranch,
which wan provloiiHly taken ovor by
tho IrrlKatlon district. Thin tract
comprises 2000 itcnm, and linn al
roady boon disposed or IhroiiKh th
nitoiiry or J. II. Minor of thin city to
rtitllnrd, Iho majority of whom arc
now roMldonl on tholr now propurty
or tho main tract or 12.000 acres,
fiOOO aro now under cultivation. Tho
wator rlfthl In MMUruil hy previous
Contract for tho sale wai ontorod
Into taut spring with William Wurx
wollor. and tho dual wan fluaiicod by
tho IhnuIiik or bond In tho num or
Tho dlntrlct board of directors Ih
composed of Hun K. StudlK, presi
dent, Ueomo K. Cyrun and J. K.
l'nr Croup, "nil" nnd "drip" CoiikIi
M. T. Dnvls, IvadliiR morchaiiliif
Iloamvlllo, W. Vn., writes: "A fow
ulKhtn aKo olio of my patronn had a
small child takon with croup about
midnight. Cuino to my ntoro and
Kot Foley's Honoy and Tar Com
nound. lloforo moruliiK thu child
ontlroly recovered. I'urtmts can't nay
onotiKh for Koloy'n Honey and Tar."
Hold everywhere. - Adv
(lift Kent by Jinrpli H. IniiU Hrliij;
Wiirm Nolo of Tliuukw from
."Man In llixpllal.
(From Tuomlay'n Dally.)
Itonl i;rattudo (or a nuioktir'H kit
Kent by JoNoph H. lunln or thin city
In oxprexnod In u uoto Junt rocolvod
by Mr. Innln rrom I.eo Moor", an
American notdlor iiomowhero on tho
"Hocolvod your welcomo nnd np
proclatod tobacco, and nuro wan Kind
to got It an I wan wounded In tho
hoHpltal when I received It," Mooro
wrltcn. "WonlH cannot oxpruitH my
thankH. WIhIiIiik you Iho bont of
luck and huccohh."
hi:mv 'into at i.a imxi:.
(From ThurHday'n Dally.) I
A. H. Donahuo and Futor Katon of
I .a Pino aro In Ilend on u hay buy
lug expedition, Thoy report a tern
poraturo of 10 bolow zoro at La IMno
Uat week and tho rlror wnu frozen
ho cattle could croHH on thu Ice, How
ever, It noon modified and stock In
now grazing agnlu.
The standard Army Shoe made from
top.grade materials by top-notch work
men under expert supervision.
I All the more reason why you should
insist on the HucKiinciiT Army Shoe
and accept no other.
Worn by thousands of men in all
walks of life-
j Look for the name UuCKIincirT-
stamped on the sole of every Shoe,
rarc.Ua J 9 I wr-T.
II not obtainable from your dealer, ten J name mid your
iinler tllrcct to
BUCKINGHAM & II EC I! T
MANUfACTUKBNS BAN l'KANCIBCO
IRVIN S, COBB TO APPEAR HERE SOON
Famous Writer and Humorist Will Toll of Dattlcfront
v'A.( ..i K 'fl?W5E' flj 5Fj EBL
Irwin H. Cobb U unquestionably tho forcmoiit flKuro In tho world of
American letter todny -a brilliant wrltor, kron observer and delli;htful
humorlul An Kills I'arkor Mutlur says, "Ho lion n stereoscopic pen. You
can Ni'o around behind bin pi-oplo nnd you can soo that tho man hai odd
nuipiiiiilur button uiUsIiik In tho back,"
Mr, Cobb In makliiK bin f Irnt lecturo tour In tho Wont thin year nnd will
appear hero noon. Ho will talk on "My Itecunl (experiences on tho FlRhtltiK
Trout In 1'rnnco anil riiiiulorn," tho lecture which lias attracted Immense
audiences tliroiiKliont Hid Kant tho punt aummur and fall Tho most Interest
Iiik and altoi'.ctlior hiiuiun wrltor In tho world, with tho bluest thomo In the
world, liU lucturu in perhaps tho IiIkkcbI attraction at present on tho Ameri
(Prom Saturday'! Dally )
That l.loutonanl A, 1. HoiiKland,
V. 8. army aviator, who junt com
plotod bin trial mall carrylnt; trip
from Hacramonto to Suuttlo, rocolvod
liln prollmlnnry training l Kan mo
torn In Contra! Orofton, Ih tho doclar
ntlou of Dan Malloy, Lnkovlow nhoup.
man. For throo yoarn provloun to
)il t ullntmont In tho army, Lluuton
nut HnaKland drovo auto hIiiko bo
iMoou Lakovlow nnd Klamath Fulln,
and ulxo between Lakevlow and Sil
ver l-nko, Mr. Malloy ntutoa.
l.leuti'iiaul HoaKlaud onllited
early In tlio war, advanced rapidly In
tho'nurvlco, nnd wan In action on
tho wontoru front In Kuropo before
mukluR liln trial flight n few dayn
LICIIT FOR SMOKE
IJOOSTS FINE $2.50
Mark I.o tin WnlU by Lurlffr Ho-
iiioiuliorttl by Jmlgo U'licu Ho
lliwirt Cum of .V. II. JourN.
(From Tuondny'n Dally.)
IlocaiiHO ho scratched a match on
one or tho lunlde walln or tho court
liouno building, N. K. Jo mm or thin
city paid a flno Junt 250 centn bigger
than would otherwlMO have boon an-
HOHiied agaliiHl hi in when ho appoarod
In juntlcu court yentordiiy on u chargu
of failure to provide an Orogou II
cuiiHu tag for IiIh car.
Tho total flno wan 17.50, but Judge
KaHton explained that ho had raised
It CO per cent, of tho amount ho had
at flrnt Intended to name bectuiHO of
tho match Hcratchlnt; cpUodo. "And
tho next ouo won't get off ho uany
dther," ho declared at tho close of
tho hearing. "Tho Oregon lawn
Hpecjflcally forbid tho doraclng of
proporty, nnd thoy uro going to bo
Ono cunt a word la all a llttlo Want
Ad will coat you.
K HEC H T
GUN METAL qftJTllPg?y
INDIAN TAN VWmBtE
f CALF W&tHflH
fc .jar'' BfHS
AiaBm'-' jRF - jsaar
$7.00 to $8.00
OPENING IS SET
ni:v vkah'h i:vi: ijaxci: to
makic occasion iiuii.dinu
USHH FOIt "I'l.f" IIOHI'ITAIi TO
in: TIIOHOCOIII.V l'OIIATi:i.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Formal reopening or tho Uend
Amateur Athletic club will bo hold
Now Year'n ovo, It wan decided loHt
iiIkIiI by tho club dlroctoni, meetliiR
at tho offices of tho Iiend Water,
l.lKht & 1'owor company. A danco
will bo tho fcuturo of tho evening.
lloforo tho Rymnanlum la agnln
i placed at tho dlcponal or tho public,
tho building will bo thoroughly dis
infected and aired, an It ban been
tinod for tho liint month on an emer
gency lulluonza hoHpltal. Ilend phy
Mlclann huvo agreed on u formula for
fumigation, nnd tho attack on "flu"
gormn Mill remaining In tho gym
nanlum will bu Mnrtcd Immediately.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
nllp, oncloHO with fie to Foley & Co.,
2S3& Sheffield Ave., Chicago, HI.,
writing your unmo and nddrcBH clear
ly. You will receive In return u trial
packngo containing Foley'n Honoy
nnd Tar Compound, for coughs, colds
and croup, Foley Kidney l'llls and
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold every
DEATH OF SNOW
(From Thursday's Dally.)
C. II. Snow, who has been u resi
dent of tho city for tho past two
yonru, died nt his homo lust night
alter n wcok'H Illness caused from
n stroke or apoploxy. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Snow en mo to Hond In 1916 from
.Minnesota. There nro no children.
Tho deceased was nu undo of Mrs.
Itnlph Spencor and It. J. McKann of
Funeral services nro to bo hold
Saturday nfternoon nt 2 o'clock.
COMIi IN AND
BEND BOY WAS
HKI'OltTH THAT 1,KV. MrltOIIUIlTH
OK THIS CITY WAH KII-M'.I) IN
AfTIO.V NOT TIlUi: IjKTTKK
rti:cKivi:i nv .motiii:k.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
That I'rlvntfl l.no Mcllobortn or
HiIh city, Hon or Mrs. h. K. Mcllob
ortn, wan not killed In action, an re
ported to bin parents by tho govern
ment, Is homo out In tho following
letter received from him, dated No
vember 4, many wcoks after the
news of his supposed death arrived.
It Is now believed that Prlvnto Mc
Iloberts' name was confused with
Homo other of the flame name, his
mother receiving tho message. Ills
"My Dear Mothor: Plcaso excuse
nnd fortclvo mo for not writing for
so long, but It Is true that I have
boon tho entire ll mo where writing
wan almost ImpoHHlblo. iMother, I
am well, feeling good nnd In tho very
best of spirits. I can thank God
with my whole soul und heart for I
have been spared from 'hits' so far.
"I have been on all tho Ameri
can sectors of tho western front, and
hnvo been through a perfect hell
since last April. Hut we all expect
pence soon, and I am sura It will
not now bo long. At any speed It
cannot bo too quick.
"Many boys from near homo have
given tholr lives. Nels Herrlstcd
was killed right near mo. I sup
poso you have heard of nil tho
cnsualtlos of thoso wo know. Will
bo glad -whon I can be back with nil
or you aguln, which should not bo
a great length or time."
WILL BUY SULPHUR
FOR FARM PURPOSES
County AKrlciilliiriNt AkUh That Or-
lent Ho I'lacctl Promptly to
Make Up Shipment.
In nn open letter to the farmers
of Deschutes and Crook counties,
ARrlculturnl Agent It. A. Ward urges
tho ImmisJIato placing of orders for
sulphur lor fertilizing purposes. He
writes as follows:
"Ono hundred nnd eighty-three of
our ppoplo participated In tho com
munity sulphur shipments, but this
Is evidently not tho cntlro number
ol farmers who deslro to uso sulphur,
Judging from the number of letters
wo nro receiving nt this offlco urg
ing us to mnko nnother shipment.
After giving tho matter carerul con
sideration, wo hnvo decided to open
nnother order ror nt leost ono enr-
load. Wo hnvo tho nssurnnco or tho
manufacturers that wo will get tho
snmo prlco us formerly, provided wo
can usriomblo n CO. 000 pound order.
As wo hnvo previously nd vised you,
this Is n special prlco that has been
made to us In order to encourage
tho uso of sulphur ror fertilizing
"Thoro In no longer nny question
concerning tho vnluo of the fertilizer.
Perhaps tho best slnglo demonstra
tion is that which has just completed
Its second your on tho ranch of M. H.
Landea nt Redmond. On tho plot to
which sulphur was applied two years
ago tho total yield of hay this year
amounted to 4.3 tons per acre, as
compared with tho yield of 1.S7 tons
on tho ncro check plot.
"This order will bo handled In
tho snmo mnnnor as tho provlous or
ders, nnd every farmer contemplat
ing tho uso or sulphur during tho
next two or throo years Is urged to
take part In this shipment.
This will positively be tho last
community carload or sulphur which
wo will order this year, as It is
doubtful If thoro will bo enough
farmors loft In tho county needing
sulphur to mnko up the required
amount ror u carload. As far as Is
known now, this order will closo Do
combor lSth, so orders must bo ro
colvod In tho county agent's office
provlous to thut dato.
"Further Information on this sub
ject can bo had by writing tho county
agricultural agent nt Redmond."
(From Friday's Dally.)
L. D. Hoy, n prominent Summor
Luko Bhoopmnu, was. possibly fatally
Injured when his enr ran off tho
Summor Lnko grndo yestordny. Whon
found, Mr. Hoy was lying uncon
scious In tho bushes at tho foot ot
tho hill with n fractured skull and
brokon collar bono. Ho wns removed
to Sllvor Lnko, whore ho is undor
tho enro ot a physician,
Yet he says he gets
mure satisfaction out of
his small chew of Gravely
than he ever got out of n
big chew of ordinary to
bacco. "Real Gravely haa
a pure, rich taste' says
Pete. "It's sweetened just
enough, end one small
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece pscked in a pouch
IN BOOZE CASE
TWO OF KNOWIrO.V TRIO I'LKAI)
(It'llTV, THIRD MAINTAINS IN
NOCKNCI IHO WHIHKKV SIIII'
M KNT CONFISCATKI).
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Changed with having liquor In
their possession, Jerry. John and
Goorgo Knowlton were arrested In
Portlund yesterday by a special agent
or the local sheriff's office nnd were
brought to Dand for trial this morn
ing. Tho Knowltons passed through
Rend about 10 days ago, traveling
by auto, and were followed as far
as Mackenzie pass, where their ma
chine containing seven cases ot
whiskey, was round abandoned In the
snow, It Is alleged.
Tho threo were arraigned this
nttcrnoon before Judge Enstes in
Justice court, all at first entering n
plcn of "not guilty." Later Jerry
and John Knowlton changed their
pleas to "guilty," and were fined
J 100 each. Thu third member ot
the trio claims to have made tho
trip In another car, which carried
no liquor, and It Is understood that
ho may not be brought to trial.
Somotning to sell? Advertise In
The Dullotln's classified column.
Shoes for Real Service
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chew holds its good taste
so long. I figure that this
class of tobacco costs mo
nothing extra maybcicts
than I d have to spend for
ft furthrrlhat'i why ym
can ft Ih fJ taxi i elhh elait
tf toiacco oithtttt extra nit.
BEND LABOR BOARD
Federal Director Urges Co-opcrntlon
with" Council of Dcfrnic nnd
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Suggestions for tho work or tho
Rend community labor board, In con
nection with tho return ot discharged
soldiers and sailors, are mada in n
telegram Just received by T, II.
Foley, chairman ot the board In this
city, from the federal director ot tho
U. S. employment service rn Portland.
Co-operation with tho local coun
cil ot defense and the county agri
cultural ngent nro urged as being ot
the utmost Importance.
MRS. F. E. DAYTON
(From Friday's Dally.)
Mrs. F. E. Dayton and two chil
dren ot Tumalo left this morning for
The Dalles, where she will visit with
relatives lor some time, after which
sho will make a short visit to Ta
coroa. Mr. Dayton, who has recently
sold his holdings at Tumalo, will ro-p
main for several weeks straighten
ing out his business affairs, after
which ho will leave for Ashland.
Oregon, where he will later be Joined
by Mrs. Dayton and tho chlldron.
They will resldo there this -winter,
leaving In the spring for California,
where it Is expected they will mako
their future home.
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