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wow) iiui.li.tin, iiuni), Oregon, Thursday, ferhuary ta, into
Shorty gets a
"When you feet such
real lasting tobacco
satisfaction from a
small chew," says
the Captain, "it
can't coat any mora
to chow thin class of
Good taste, smaller
costless tocljcw ihan
fur faolltt on thivint Ptt
BIG EXTENSION BEING
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed inpottcfv
MEETING CALLED TO ORGANIZE
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
(From Saturday' Dally.)
Mooting this iiiornlni: with Flro
Chief Curlou, IIiq flro commllttu of
tlio city council ordered (lint work Itu
started immediately to remodel the
city flro ntntlou on .Minnesota tivouuo,
to nllow for Hi u IioiinIiik oC tlio cliy
11 ro upparulus. Chlof Curlou un
iiounrnd mi nrKunUntlon meeting for
it volunteer flro department, to be
hold at 7:30 o'clock Tuomlny even
ing, nt tlio oil) rest room. All
at the Best Prices
Palace Meat Market
W. n. nOYI), lroj)riotor
Phono Itlack Ml 135 Oregon Su
Call and see
the NEW MODEL
WALL ST, -
who nro Interested In becoming mom
horn of tfio department or fool Hint
thoy hnvo suggestions of vnluo on
tho Hiilijcct nro urged to nttoml.
An assistant cliluf of I ho depart
mont, Chlof Carton thin morning np
pointed Fred Kllonhurg, formerly In
charge of tlio Cnrrnllllit flro Mr.htorH,
tlio crack volunteer department of
Tlio steps tnkon thin morning 1y
tho committee nntl tho flro chief
followed a special mostlng lata yes
t onlay aftornoon of tho city council
with tjio coinmlttoa of nluo -which
worked with tho former ndmlnlHlrn
lion In bringing ahoul u bond Initio
to purchase now flro apparatus, Un
aatlHfactory results front tho prcHont
system of housing tho flro truck nt
a local garage, crltlclNod yestorduy
morning following tho destruction of
tho JntiioH Ilottrotl houso by flro,
prompted tho Joint session.
It won decided that tho flro chlof
should bo put on a 1100 n month
nulttry, that equipment nhould bo
moved on noon an possible from tho
garngo to tho city lot, and that tho
chlof nhould drill tho children of tho
lloud schools and organlzo n volun
teer flro department. As noon ns tho
now flro apparatus In rccolvcd, nn
other paid man will bo added, and
tho chief's salary, will bo raised to
correspond with that of tho chief of
police. Ho Is glvon pollco power and
will devote n considerable port of
hid tlmo to tho Inspection of build
A committee to work out plans
for a now flro houuo was appointed
by Mayor J. A. Hasten, consisting of
I). O. McPhorson, Carl A. Johnson,
and 0, II. linker, whllo J. C. Rhodes,
0. lloriHon and Hay Canterbury
wore named to look Into tho nmtter
of n flro alarm, being Instructed to
conror wiin t, ii. Foley, mnuagor
o( tho Ilond Wator, Light and Powor
company, and J. L. Onlther, local
talophouo manager. Doth commit
tees nra to render reports: at tho
next regular mooting of tho council.
Chief Cnrlon ntntcd today that
temporary arrangements have been
mado with tho tolophono company
to handle alarms until n permanent
system has been worked out. Until
that tlmo Individuals calling coutral
to report a flro tiro roqticstod to mako
their statement-; distinctly and to
glvo tho district In which tho flro
has broken out so, ns to avoid tho
possibility of costly error.
Wijtk on ?l ((),()()() Addition to l'rcti
cut Hhovllii-Hlxnri Railway Hys
. triu May Ho Klnrtcd Within
.Mouth, Is Announce!.
(From Thurmlay'n Dally,)
That plans nro under consider
ntlon for tho Important extension of
Tho Hliovllii-Hlxon Company IorrIiik
road, which It carried out will In
vllvo tho oxpendlturo of 100,000,
was mado known today by J. II.
Molstor, rocontly retained an lowilng
superintendent by tho lumber com
pnny. Tho contract for tho work Is
Mill to bo let, but It Is expected
that this will bo done within tho
Sketches prepared for tho proposed
addition to tho railroad, show an
extension of woven and ono-lialf miles.
According to present plans tho read
will leave tho old main lino at a
point about six miles from Ilcnd, will
run In a southerly direction toward
tho Tulles, will cross tho Deschutes
rlvor ubovii llenhnm Kails, and will
continue for a dlstanco of ono-holf
mllo beyond that point, opening up
it lanxa'bod'y of plno timber to supply
tho IjIk mill nt Ilond.
If tho contract Is lot before an
other -week, construction will start
within tho month, Mr. Molnter'stntes,
and It Is expected that tho entire
extension can bo completed within
six months' tlmo. A forco of men
of from 100 to 150 will bo cm
n muis iiii mmmii luumi 'iflMr1 -w " r
iig n m
DON'T I'OOI. youiisi:m
A man suffering from bnckacho,
rheumatic pains, stiff Joints or sore
muscles may )uuh and say theso
symptoms of kidney trouble "don't
amount to anything." It Is folly to
Ignore Nature's warnings. Foley
Kidney Tills give quick relief in kid
ney or bladder troubles and "It Is
bettor to bo nnfa than sorry." Sold
BULLETIN "WANT ADS"
BRING QUICK RESULTS
Itvturnrri Koldlcr Offered Ilauch Job
in Idaho After Wants Arc .Made
Known Through 1'aper.
(From Friday's Dally.)
That llulletln "want ads." travel
far and produce quick results was
shown this morning when n lettor
was received by tho Ilond Commercial
club from C. M. McAllster of Coeur
d'Alono, Idaho, offering pormunenl
work on n ranch to n returned soldier
who had asked for work through
Tho llulletln Want Ad. columns.
Through tho saino advertisement
which had caught tho Idaho ranchor's
eye, however, tho soldier had al
ready secured nn attractlvo position
ut Powell Hutto,
Tho llulletln Is offering Its classi
fied advertising columns froo of
charge to returned soldiers, sailors
and murines who aro looking for
Capmiiii mi br
K. J. HPSiTtco C.
TALK about smokes, Prince Albert
is geared to a iovhandout standard
that just lavishes smokehappiness on
every man game enough to make a bee line for a
tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I
Get it straight that what vou've hankernd fnr in
pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty
in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality!
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
drink when he's off the water 1 Bite and parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process 1
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care
to remember back 1
Buy Princn Albert everywhere tobacco it $olJ. Toppy red bags,
tidy red tin; handtome pound and half pound tin humidortand
that clever, practical pound cryttal glatt humidor with tpongm
mohttner top that heept the tobacco in jucA perfect condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C
MAY BE BUILT
IIUMINKKH Ii:VKIX)P.MKNT MAY
IlKHUIT IN Jill 0,000 I.MPKOVK
.MENT O.V I.OO CAHI.V COKNKK,
XKW OWXKIl INTIMATES.
Annual meeting of tho atockhold
era of tho Arnold Irrigation company
win no hold Fop. l&tlt, 1D1U, ut 1
p, m., in tho court room, First Na
tional Dank Illdg,
(Signed) C1IAS. 8 1 PC 1 HON. Sec.
.Rtfl, U.37 PAT. OFF.
When you walk into n dependable
shoe store and ask lor a pair or
DucKlincirr Army Sltoes, you
can DC sure
That tills Army Shoo fa up
to inndarJ tlut it U
mdo by woikntcn who
have turned out mora than
600,000 Army Shot under
mpt lurK-rvlilon and tint
it U backed by a record of more than fifty
ytn of lionwt thoe inanufaclucing.
Look for our regbtered troJo nams
DuckiibciiT ttamped on the lole of every
jno lor our mutual protection.
to remember nik for
tho BucKiicaiT Army
Shoe by name and be
sure ibitt you gtt it.
Then you will appre
ciate why ic is worn by
Offlco Men Farmer
and otliers in every walk of life.
AAjr r.l forCniCHKSTXB.
uiiNunu iuuhu niAa la
Gold raetallle bom. sealrd m
Kltito& Takm no OTBKa. B
Snulil ul uk r.r CHI.CU1
nnuoxu shams fills, for twntT-fl-
Tcara recarJtU a Beat, 8afct, Atwaya Kcllable.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
That plans for tho orectldn of a
$40,000 offlco building at Dondand
Irving strecti, commonly known as
tho Log Cabin corner will bo consid
ered, if buslncs conditions in Ilcnd
develop according to popular expec
tation, was intimated this morning
following tho purchase by II. II.
DoArmond, N. II. Olbert and It. P.
Mlnter of tho corner site. Tho deal,
was not closed until late this morning
tho purchase being mado from Mrs.
Lqulso Kcrmott of Mlnot, S. I)., for
a consideration of fl 1,000. It had
been previously announced that tho
transaction waa completed yestorday.
Mr. Do Armond stated that for tho
time being tho property would bo
loft in its present condition, but de
clared that it has been bought for
development and not for speculation.
Ho admitted that this development
would probably mean tho construc
tion of n two-story business block.
BUSINESS MEN TRY
Khcilln-lllxon Team Now Shnrcs Top
Place In Percentage Column
Standing of tho Trams.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Shovlln-IIIxon G 3 .CCG
business Men...... C 3 .COC
Professional Men.. 3 . C .333
Drooks-Scanlon .... 3 6 .333
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Constantly improving scores are
characterizing the work of tho ath
letic club bowlern, and in tho last
match, played between Tho Shevlln
Hlxon Company toani and tho busi
ness men, Miles and Shepherd of
the lumbermen and merchants divid
ed honors for high score with 1SS
each. Shopherd had tho high aver
ago of It! 3. By a final tally of two
out of three games, tho business
men reached the same pcrccntago
ns tho Shevlln-IIlxon team, hlthorto
occupying an undisputed position at
tho head of tho league.
Tho persounel of tho teams was
ns follows: Shevlln-IIIxou, Glllis,
Miles, Huegler, Kelley and Webb;
business men, Ualrd, Powers, Shep
herd, LIU and Pringle.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
II not otilalnalile from your dealer, aeml name ami our
unit r illrect Id
DUCKING II AM r& II EC 11 T
XUNVKACrUUUK- HAN l'KANCI.CO
Con One Cent a Wotd
It Read by Everyone in Dend
Rcachei Everyone Who Buy
or Selli in Dcnd.and ciiculalea
J. D. DONOVAN BUYS
N. F. REED RESIDENCE
(From Monday's Dally.)
Announcement was mado today of
tho purchiiso by J. D. Donovan of
tho N. F. Roed homo on 810 Doulo-
yard. Tho consideration was ?3,G00.
BOYS AND MEN
"FATHER AND SON" GATHERING
STAGED AT PILOT HUTTE I XX
LAST NIGHT EVERY HOV
CALLED ON HV TOAST.M ASTER,
(From Saturday's Dally.'
Thirty Roy Scouts and 1G men
gathered last night at the Pilot Butto
Inn for tho "Father and Son" ban
quet gfven as ono of the features of
tho scout movement In Rend, Al
though tho attendanco was not as
largo as had been expected, tho af
fair was in all other respects a com
Each boy was called on by tho
toastmaster, A. Whlsnant, to stand,
give his name, ago and his father's
namo and business, and tho young
sters' responded readily, some of them
grasping tho opportunity to do n
Ilttlo advertising for their parents.
Short addresses wore mado by
Judgo W. D. Dames, R, W. Sawyer,
J. P. Keyes, Rov. W. C. Stewart and
L. C. Carroll.
FOR NEW INITIATES
(From Friday's Dally.)
Newly initiated members of tho
Shrlno wero entertained last night
at tho Masonic templo with a dinner
and danco by tho older members.
Dinner was served at 7 o'clock and
was followed by cards, square dances
BERT SHUEY WILL
LOCATE HERE AGAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Dert Shuey, with
their threo children, Fred, Lucillo
and Dort, Jr., urrlvcd last night from
Bartlesvillo, Oklahoma, and will ro
sumo their residence here. Thoy
lived in Rend in tho years from 1912
to 1917, Mr. Shuey being in the gro
cery business. Ho expects to go into
KNOW WHAT EXIDE MEANS?
you Get What You Want
EXIDE MEANS POWER, SERVICE and SAVING
POWER in the light you get.
SERVICE In the length" of time you may use this battery without re
charge or repair.
SAVING In money by keeping your battery from the repair shop.
We have Exide Butteries for rent ami sale. If you want your machine
equipment changed from the old fashioned gas lights to the new electric
light, we can do it.
H. R. RILEY
Welding of All Kinds Done. Thermit, Electric, Oxy-Acetylene.
$7.00 to $8.00