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HHND IlUIifcKTltf, IIKNI), OTIKOOS, THUItWlAY, JANUARY 2rt 10J0
am TO BEGIN
WORK AT ONCE
. "TJ16 nioro n man
" Iciiowh about ficfui
inu tobacco, the
surer lie in to sec
the valuo of Real
Gravely in compar
ison with ordinury
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
Good taste, Hinullcr
chew, lotiJor life h
what tnakes Genuine
Gruvcly cost Iosh to
chow than ordinary,
fir Ivolttl on dituliit tJt
ASKED IN BILL
Itlll'HKNKNTATIVK Hl'llPldC IN.
TltODlTiat MCAKI'Hi: AI'I'Kri'
INO COMPI'.NHATIO.V OF OJVI
cintn of iikkciiutix.
(Ilr Unltmt Vint Li Ttw IWnJ DutMln.)
HAM.M, Jun. 10. In u Mil Intro
duced liy Itcprenitntntlvo llurdlck of
lloilinond Into yontorcliiy afternoon,
tlio following chnngos of snlury for
tliu county officer of Deschutes
county nro proposed:
County judge, from $700 trt
It 000; clerk, from 11 COO to $1300;
sheriff, from 11800 to $2200; us
nessor, from $1300 to $1500; school
superintendent, from $1200 to
$1500; treasurer, from $400 to
$1200; clerk's deputy, from $000 to
$1000 a ycur.
T. I BALDWIN
li:i,IXIATIO.VOF SO I'llO.M IIKNI)
J.I.AVIIH TO ATTKM) IT.NKUAl,
OP PAHT OIIAN1) JIAHTKK IN
CIIOOK COUNTY HKAT.
OKNKIIAIj liKVIKH TOTAI. 9 1 -!
7II.HH, WIIII.K rll'IMHAI. TAXJCH
1lltl.NO OltAND TOTAIi IN TIH2
BOUNTY UP TO $'-!l)l!,0t)7.2I.
AUTO OWNERS MUST
(From Tuesday's Dull)
Aftor warning some 30 onto own.
ors of thn necessity of liuiiiedlntcly
securing 1019 nuto license tax, l'o
llnu Judge I), II, Peoples announced
today tiiut failure hi comply with tint
Inw after enr own urn hud boon noil
find -would result In tho nppllcutlon
of lumvy flitCM. Tho delay, It Iti bo-
1 1 ii red, Ih duo to tliu fact that ninny
did not initko nppllcutlon for license
until tint tlntt of tho ycur,
One cur wus Interned yesterday by
To do honor to tho memory of T.
M. Ilaldwln, Prlnovlllo hanker nnd
pimt grand master of tho Masonic
onlur In tho ntnto of Oregon, who
died Monday In l'ortlnnd, twenty
lluud Masons loft tlilrt morning by
nuto to attend tho funeral services In
the Crook county "neat. Members of
Pilgrim Comruiindry, Knights Tout
plnr attended In full uniform to act
an tin CMCort to tho body.
It woh expected that tho members
of tho Kruud lodge would 1o present
Those leaving from horn were: I).
II. looplos, J. L. anlthcir. It. M.
Htnjth, .Mr. and Mm. U. M. Fori, J.
I). Davidson, Clydo McKny, A. F.
Iiiron, K. I. MuhafTey, II, C. Kills,
W. It. Speck, J. C. Rhodes, J. Alton
Thompson, I,. A. W. -Nixon, Dr. J. C.
Yunduviirt, K. M. Thomps6u, L. C.
Whltted, V. T. Mullurkoy, II. 1 1.
Lamping. J. Kdwurd Larson nnd II.
order of tho court when tho owner
pleaded mi hlit excusu thill ho did
not huvo sufficient money to pur
chose u ntnto permit. The nuto wan
placed In tho cuutody of tho city un--III
tho llconno price can bo ruined.
' (From Friday's Dully.)
Tho statement of tuxes for Do
schutos county for 1010 was com
plotcd Ifldny by Assessor W. T.
Mullurky, showing it total for Ron
oral levied for state, und county pur
poses of $120,744.38, niado up of
tho following Itenm: Htnto, $28,
070.811; county, $73,883.07; school,
$22,070.38; high iichool tuition,
$801.38; llbrury, $313,07. State,
couhty, school nnd library lories nro
made on n valuation of $0,201,328,
with tho tuition tux on n valuation
Apodal tuxes levied In Ilcnd nnd
Ilcdmond nro $28,848.87 lind $C,
710.2C, respectively, tho valuations
In tho sumo order being $1,012,241
and $248,272. Iloud's mlllnKe Is 28,5
and that of Itedmond 23. For lire
patrol a tux or $014.40 Is listed, for
tho Hquuw Creek Irrigation district
$3380.01, nnd for tho Central Oro
on Irrlffiitlon district $10,515.47.
Special taxes In school districts
aro us follows: No. 1, $70,102.08;
No. 2, $9,085.09; No. 3. $4,472.88;
No. 4, $0,960.04; No. 5, $3,801.74;
No. 0, $918.12; No, 7, $401.10; No.
8, $498.55; No. 9, $1205.41; No. 10,
$778.21; No. 12, $118.27; No. 14,
$408.05; No, 10, $102.35; No. 17.
$207.27; No. 18. $002.71; No. 20',
$380.02; No. 21.' $045.22; No. 22.
$039.99; No. 23, $898.03; No. 24,
$599.50; No. 25. $406.05; No. 20,
$1089.03; No. 28, $397.05; No. 29,
$484.78; No. 0, $747.27; No. 31,
$110.17; .No. 32, J3.58; No. 33,
'With tho Itedmond union high
school tax of $7,902.29, lovlod on a
valuation of $1,094,104, at 4.7 mills
tho grand totul of till levies In" tho
county Is $292,097,21.
ATllIiKTir DIUIXTOK WIM. IIK
HKrUUKI) IN A FKW DAYH AM
DKPAHT.MKNT HKAIIH AHK.
ItKADY TO BTAIIT AOTIVITIKH.
(From Friday's Daliy.)
Finnl orKonlzatlon of tho Hand
Amateur Athletic club for aotlvo
work will be effected Haturduy after
noon at a meeting to bo held by, tho
nowly appointed managers of club
activities. Tho directors aro now en
deavoring to secure an aOilctlc di
rector, and It Is expected -that ono
will bo retained wlthjn a fow days.
IDues will bo payablo nt tho club of-
fico on und after Monday, January
20, and notices will bo mailed at
that tltno to oil members.
Among tho first sports to bo rec
ognized will bo basketball, a gamo
being already arranged to bo played
between the Dond high school and
tho Madras team tomorrow night.
In addition, Indoor basketball, In
charge oC It. S. Hamilton; boxlhg,
under tho direction of C. A. Steven
son; music, with Mr. Ivgglcston und
Mr. Mnhney In charge; wrestling
under llio supervision of Charles J.
Dugiin, nnd bowling, with William
It. Speck us bond of tho committee,
will bo started soon. Theatricals
will bo handled by J. II. Noble, C. M.
Dormer and Dr. J. II. Connurn,
volley bull by Georgo Oovo and
basketball by Mr. Sexton.
Additional activities will bo Intro
duced from time to time as desired
by tho club members.
I'oliionoH Waste Cuu. Klrkncn.
When tho kidneys aro welt they
filter wnsta matter from tho blood.
When sluggish or overworked, tho
kldnoys fall to clean tho blood, and
poisonous substances lodgo In Joints
and muscles to cause aches, pains
and soreness. Foloy Kldnoy Pills
strengthen, act quickly and relieve
kldnoy ana bladder trouble Sold
SALMON SPAWNING IN
Installation or Ladder Would Make
Itlver Accomlblc Co Fish from
Columbia, Is Heller.
(From Frldaya Dally.)
Mastering English Words ,
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Hocrul Under Qiinniutlnn Already
Convalc-icliiK nnd Danger of I'pl-
ilemlo Is Virtually Oicr.
FRENCH FACTORY GIRL"ttAftHlH6NCUSH IN ACLASSi
CONDUCTED BY THE Y.W.C.A f
With only ono new caso of Influ
enxn reported slnco yesterday morn
ing, tho danger of nil epidemic hero
Is believed to bo virtually over. A
number of those quarantined nro al
ready convalescing, nnd City Health
Officer Dr. J. C. Vandevert roports
that oncournglng co-operation Is bo
Ing given by tho physicians of tho
city nnd by quarantined families as
Continued obscrvanco of tho rules
laid down by tho health committee
of the city council may result In an
almost comploto -wiping out of tho
disease In Ilcnd in tho near future,
That steps may bo taken through
tho fish and gamo commission to
make tho Deschutes river a salmon
stream Is Intimated by District War
den W. D. Hndley, now In Dond to
superintend pipe lino construction at
tho now fish hatchery.
At present the river Is Inaccessible
to fish from the Columbia river be-
cauio of falls which provent them
from coming upstream, but with tho
Installation of a sufficient number of
fish ladders, Mr. Hndley believes
thnt the salmon. In considerable
numbers, would como ,up tho De
schutes to spawn. It Is thought at
present thnt throo ladders might be
sufficient for this purpose.
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Be Sure to Get
HE wax -wrapped
upon it is a guar
antee of quality.
The largest chewing
gum factories in the
world the largest
selling gum in the
world: that is what
. WRIGLEVS means.
11 The Flavor Lasts!
Something to sellT Advertise, la
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
It Pays to Patronize Our Advertisers.
Read Th.o Bulletin Class Ads.
BAY RUM POPULAR
WITH THE THIRSTY
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
Much Hair Tonic Heing Used no Sub
stitute for Whiskey Believes
Chief of Police.
LIBRARY CLUB WILL
GIVE BENEFIT PLAY
Production to Bo Put on nt (lyinnn
slum February 7 Oood Hpcclnl-
tlcs Aro Promised,
REG. U. S. PAX
Why accept on In
'r fcrior Army Shoe
when you can get
I tho standard article
i at tho same price or
. less? Ask for the
j Shoe and get what
I you a A for.
. to be satisfied I
Look for ths name
Kimfxd on tho iol
of tvwy Shoefor our
GUN t"5TAL x ttmmmk
INDIAN TAN JTSbbbbbbbbW H
CALF llH H
Builc sturdy and
and others in
every walk of life
(Prom Saturday's Dnlly.'
To raise funds to carry on tho
work of iho Bond publlo library, a
three act comedy drama will bo given
by tho library club nt tho B. A. A.
C. gymnasium on Friday, February
7, It was announced today, Tho
uso of thn gymm8!um la being do
nated by tho Athletic club.
Tho momborn scoured for tho cast
of tho play, nnd, tho director aro
donating tholr sorvlcos nnd first
Bpeclaltlca nnd a full orchestra will
also bo donated. Popular prices luwo
boon doclded upon.
If bay rum would actually cause
hair to sprout, many n human ali
mentary canal In Bond would bo
lined with a luxuriant hirsute
growth. This Is tho belief of Chief
ot Pollco L. A. W. Nixon, who bases
hla opinion on tho number of empty
hair tonic bottles ho has found In
various places about tho city and on
tho fact that cranial baldness hero Is
not decreasing in tho least.
Tho activity of county nnd city of
ficials In running down bootleggers
this winter Is thought to bo respons
ible for tho Increased consumption
of substitutes, and tho scouted prep
aration designed primarily for ex
ternal use with lta CO per cent, of al
cohol, 1b proving a soro temptation
to tho thirsty.
Chlof Ntxoii Is planning to ask the
city council at lta noxt meeting,
Tuesday night, for an ordinance
which will eliminate this varloty ot
Shoes for Real Service
OUlt SPECIAfcTY IS TO MAKK SHOES THAT
STAND THE TEST
J. E. TILT SHOE
A. HANSON LOGGER.
R. H. LOVEN
FOR BEND WINTER
It not obtaluabte from your dealer, tend name and your
enter direct to
$7.00 to. $8.00
HOSPITAL IS READY
FOR GENERAL WORK
(From Saturday's Dally.',
With tho withdrawal of ho cou
tract for taking caro ot mill employes,
St. Charles' hospital Is now In a po
sition to do gonoral hospital work,
tho slatora In chango of tho Institu
Phenomenon J lakes Its Appearance
After Four-Tenths of an Inch of
Unlit Fulls DurliiK Night.
Try a Want Ad,
For Quick Results,
(From Friday's Dally.)
A comploto rainbow, with n fnlnt
Supplementary oow, lasting for three
hours, wns tho nild-wlntor novelty
which prosontod Itsolf to Bond todny.
Tho bow was also vlslblo for a Bhort
tlm.0 Into yestordny artornoon.
This morning's phenomenon fol
lowed a rainstorm during tho night
which resulted in n precipitation of
four-tenthB of an inch ot water. Con
tinued wet weather, at tho tlmo when
Central Oregon la usually covered
with snow, is predicted.
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