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BRND BUTiLKTIN, BEND, 0RRQON THURSDAY, JULY S, lO'-N).
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MORE ROOMS ORDERED
I'lvo Portable- Uungnlow School To
Ilo KrcctA Before, School Starts
ItecoWwindatlon Tor Prln-
Beforo tu opening of tho fall term
ot school, nnd'a former high school
building, hta Vamo structure, pro
posed conliuuod use ot which hai
aroused determined opposition re
cently, will lp a thins of tho past.
Either It tii'bo wrecked and tho
lumber romoxod or tho entlro bulld-
lnc will bo'Voltod away. Tho school
board, whlel'mot In adjourned ses
Blon. dootf;Wo;'caro which courso Is
taken, Just JftVtho successful bidder
for tho Central bulldltiK has It
moved awar wltlln 15 days from
Saturday, when tho bids aro to bo
opened. opposition 10 mo uso 01
the bulldtnjrnjf a school, which In
volrcd tho tj((oat of an injunction,
vras bascu on,Ln conienuon mai inu
atructuro w'f flretrap and unsafe.
Taking tho pfoco of tho condemned
building, thrf board will erect tiro
bungalow otfo-room portable build
ings, to bo grouped about the high
uchool sltaJVuVn addition, tho one
room frame, building remaining on
tho West Slda will bo moved to tho
sarao general' location, and tho office
ot Superintendent S. W. Mooro in
tho high school building will bo re
modeled for class room purposes.
Tho entire. bunding program will In
volve anoxpendlturo ot approxi
mately $7p0'and was adopted on the
suggestion of, the superintendent.
The portAw buildings, which may
later bo moved to different sections
ot tho cityas. U' need arises, must
bo completed; bofofo tho opening of
BCbool onSeptombcr 7, and the
clork wasoftlercd to advertise for
Prlnclpal-dtlp Still Open.
In addition? to the buildings au
thorized, if jiay bo necessary to lo
cate two Xnorsin tno vicinity ot mo
Held schoqh.tlut this will not bo un
tlertaken yunill tho actual need is
demonstr.td(when school opens.
The uoanriooK no action regarding
the locating1 6t permanent school
Btructurca t(' outlying districts,
agreeing itfit(t. M. Foss of tho
building cowrn)ttco, who declared in
his report lat'1t would bo unwise to
uct nlongUils lino until It can no
ascertained' itirwhlch direction the
city is most likely to grow.
Tho quosA)oii 'of securing a princi
pal for the' high school was put up
to tho superintendent when the re
port given by Mrs. E. M. Thompson
for the teaching committee, reject
ing Superintendent Moore's recom
mcndatloV for tho election of Merle
Moore, mant(nl training Instructor,
was unanimously accepted.
Whether,Vr .not tho teacher train
ing course; Bhtfuld ' be carried this
year for tho class of three desiring to
take It watrroTorrcd to the teaching
commitlee,"tf was Chairman Nor
doon's question as to what becomes
of domestic sejenco class products.
Bids tdix& Installation of addl-
.tlonal toilet, aiid shower facilities at
tho high actlVaT wero opened and the
contract awarded to Frank Souther-
land and Ffnuegan Bros., at a total
cost ot )S36T,
DiscusBiWoYtho need of a chute
tvna flrn 'WtAaDO for tho Reid build
ing resulted Ifi the clerk being in
structed to secure figures, immoai
ntely on it&cpst ot such an addition
to the scVooI'h safety first equip
Superintendent Mooro, In his ro
port on tbo1,, E. A. convention at
Salt LakpGUy, stated that Ameri
canism was ilji koynote, and that it
was especially emphasized that there
is no shorlagffjiigh class teachers,
but that a wmlilng shortage is pro
duced by insufficient salaries.
Elsie was prtiud nnd much excited
over n pnlrof, now shoes and while
calling ouyWJend cuald think and
talk of nolhliig.'elso. To get her In
terested li BoYueUilug else, tho wom
an at wlio'dVlip!no she was visiting
tried to take Iter up to un elephant
made of titnkV6od, about h foot high,
looking rather reul. Baby was much
nfrnld at 'drat, but went nearer trem
bling as s,ljovvpnt along. Finally slw
put her ijlUe j.innd on his head and,
Uncling htmVtmless, put both arms,
n round hltatUd cried out In astonish-
mem auufjtfy ,, e ipv wb-ho iue
(Continued from Pago 1.)
lln-IIIxon band's equipment.
Hand Shows Clivs.
Under tho direction ot Dlroctoi
Graham tho company band was out
In full numbers and provided music
at various limes throughout tho day,
showing remarkable advancement In
tho few months tho organisation has
boon working together.
Tho committees In charge of yes
terday's picnic wero:
Officer of tho day Orrlo Myers.
Policemen Dill Sullivan, Otis
Moore, Wlllard Houston, E J. Wily,
D. II. Mote, Frank Kolllher, Dick
Smith, Mrs. Charles Haines. Mrs.
Oeorgo Addlnk, Mrs. Frank Kolllher
and Mrs Jnck Barron.
Locomotive power George Green.
Train Dispatcher Matt Jones.
Engineer John Bolsted.
Fireman Nary Klttleson.
Safety first committee Abo Ev
ans, Hogan Hadley, Matt Jones,
Georgo Addlnk, BUI Sullivan, Otis
Moore, Wlllard Houstou, Orrlo My
ers and E. J. Lllty.
Kangaroo court A. M. Prlnglo,
Sports E. A. Harvey, Vic Agren,
Earl Wright, J. F. Mogan, John Mol
Itor. Judge of contests T. A. McCann.
Electrician W. B. Cono.
Scorer Earl J. Wright.
Refreshments Walter Bradbury,
E. North and D. J. Ordway.
Sport Program Please.
Thoso who were fined before tho
kangaroo court aro: W. L. O'Don-
noll, E. H. Dea, T. A. McCann, M. P
Cashman, Hugh O'Kano, Robert Lit-
tlefleld, E. A. Harvey. John Colo
man, J. H. Melster, Frank Kolllher,
Horbort Fraley, R. D. Miles, Harry
Harmon, Georgo Brodwoll, Carl A
Johnson, James Ryan, O. C. Lcmkc
and J. L. Van Huffcl.
Tho winners, in order of placing,
Ladles' 50-yard dash Vivian
Rnssmusscn, Babe Winter.
Men's 100-yard dash Ralph
Hopo, A. H. Winter.
Ladles' needle contest F. Short,
C. A: Zlerlin.
Fat men's race T. A. McCann, A.
Ladles' shoo race (25 yards)
Bessie Miller, Evelyn Gotbreht, Marie
Men's sack race Ralph Hope,
Men's three-legged race Ralph
Hope and A. H. Winter, Ervln Mc
Neal and Irwin Wlenecke.
Tug of war (Woods vs. Mill)
Ladles' and gentlemen's team race
A. H. Winter and Babe Winter,
Mike Mahoney and Vivian Rassmus
sen. Girls' 100-yard dash (under 14
years) Helen Summer, Stella Clay-
Boy's 100-yard dash (under 14,
years) Wallace Brown, William
Slim men's race (100 yards)
Ralph Hope, A. H. Winter.
Potato race, freo for all Ervln
McNeal, Claude Frlsbey.
Pie eating contest Clifford Itnss-
musson and Glen Shell, Bruce Slipll
and William Kribs.
Egg race A. H. Winter, Duncan
Greased pig battle Percy Cook.
Lifting contest (90 pounds) Matt
Bozlch and Wlllard Houston, tie.
Tug ot war (six picked men,
Woods vs. Mill) Woods.
PICKED IN DRAWING
501 I Profcrrctl Number, nut the
Holder Mutt Report By Noon
Saturday to Qualify.
Drawings of numbers to pick the
winner in tho phonograph contest
held hero during tho carnival, ot last
week has been completed and 501
found to bo that of the winner. The
others, in tho order of drawing, aro
911, 1390, 120G, 483, 978, 1011, 480,
13G3 and 759. Tho winner must
turn In his number to the committee
in charge ot tho contest at Tho bul
letin offlco by noon Saturday In or
der to qualify for the award. If tho
holder of tho first number does not
appear by tnat time, tho second ad
vances to first place, and if the sec
ond does not report, 'he third is In
lino, and so on.
No Chances at All for Joy.
Junior had spent hovernl weeks one
Kiimiuer visiting n favorite aunt who
llted In the suburbs, and he was rem
inlscent of those happy weeks when
ho ngaln paid her a visit. However,
she had moved, and now lives In a
flat. When Junior cunie homo he
voiced his grievance to hit father,
twjlng: "There wasn't no room to
move around In; why. they didn't even
have any kids In that bulldlug to
DAPNCU PA SB
10 be vmw
ON ?500 BONDS
KNIFE IS RECOGNIZED
Mr. J. .1. (Jiuducr ToHtllh'H Weapon
With Which Pninell Slashed
Ilr Clot hot Wiih Her (lift to
Him Several Your Ago.
Preliminary hearing held yester
day In Justlco coilrt In tho enso ot
Xerxes Paruoll, chnrgod with attack
ing Mrs. J. J. Gardner of Bend with
n largTj clasp knife, resulted In Par-
nell's being bound over to the grand
Jury by Judge J. A. Eastes. Ho was
released under 600 bonds. A sec
ond charge, under which the carry
ing of concealed woapons Is nllogcd,
was scheduled to bo hoard this after
noon. In yesterday's examination of wit
nesses, Mrs. Gnrduor testified that
Parnoll had called at her home Mon
day morning, had Induced her to
conio outsldo after threatening to
blow her husband's brains out, and
hail then solscd her and stashed tho
night robo nnd coat sho was wearing.
Tho knlfo hud not reached her per
son. Sho stated that sho recognized
tho knife as ono sho had given to tho
defendant several years ago, and of
fered as her explanation ot tho nf
fair that Parncll was Jealous of her.
Gardner's testimony was largely
corroborntlvo of that given by his
wife, relative to tho ovonts which nro
alleged to havo occurrod before Mrs.
Gnrdnor and Parnoll left tho houso.
Doputy Sheriff August Anderson
told of arresting Parnell on Mon
day aftornoon, and of finding tho
clasp knlfo In his possession, as well
as tho derringer with which Mrs.
Gardner testified ho had threatened
to shoot her husband.
DEATH COMES AFTER
ILLNESS OF MONTHS
Funeral Service Held Today For It.
L. Thurston, Prominent Dccliules
Hum her, Who Died Saturday.
The death of R. L, Thurston oc
curred at 1 o'clock Saturday morn
lug at his home near Deschutes, fol
lowing nn Illness ot several months.
Ho had spent tho winter in San Ped
ro, Cat., In hopes of benefiting his
health, returning to Central Oregon
only a relatively short time ago.
Mr. Thurston came to Deschutes
from Miami, Ariz., In 1913, and has
slnco become a prominent rancher In
that section, having acquired an al
falfa farm on tho C O. I. projoct.
He "was at one time clerk of tho Des
chutes school board.
Besides his wife and son, Lylo, ho
leaves his mother, brother and sister,
all of Longtnom, Col, Tho brother
was here only a few weeks ago. Mrs.
Charles Carroll and L F. Scott of
Miami, Ariz., brother of Mrs. Thurs
ton, wero here to attend tho funeral
services, which wero held this after
noon at the Nlswonger undertaking
Tho funeral sermon was pro
nounced by Rev. H C. Hartranft,
pastor of the Presbyterian church of
THEN TREATS HURT
Dr. E. R. Norrls of Bond sustained
a dislocated kneo Sunday whllo fish
ing on tho Metollus, when he slipped
from tho log on which ho was stand
ing, his right foot catching betweon
two logs as ho fell and wrenching
the Joint. Although tortured by tho
severe pain, Dr. Norrls gained a seat
on ono of the fallen trees and, al
most on tho point of fainting; Jorked
tho leg back into place.
With the Injured leg packed In pil
lows and blankets, he arrived In Bond
this aftornoon, accompanied by his
wlfo and Earl Mllllorn, who had
boon with him on tho camping trip.
Neither ot tho two could drive, and
tho car was piloted by MIhb Isabol
Emmott of Bond, who was with her
paronts at an adjoining camp at tho
time of tho accident.
SMALL FIRE NEAR
The forest offlco announces that a
small tiro was reported Tuesday In
the neighborhood of Paulina creek,
No other word has boon recolved.
HOW OFTEN TO FEED FL0CK7
Much Depends on Whether They Are
'Confined or onFrw Ranae
Qood Plan Outlined,
, Jtut how frequently chickens iliotihl
ho fed depends on whether they are
confined or on tht fiini;i. Homo pout
tryinen feed their (locks twice n day,
whllo othen feed them tluoo times
it day, The host plnu Is to feed fowls
In confinement three times n tiny and
Tn ' "iLm
Plan to Keep Fowls Duty When Con
thoie having freo range In summer
twice n day. When there Is n very
long Interval between feeds It Is dlllW
cult to keep fowls tuny which nri
kept In confinement. Idle fowls often
'contract bnd habits, such as feutlier
pulling and egg eating, besides going
out of condition from lack of exorclm).
In enso It Is not convenient to feed
three times n day, the moistened nmh
may be fed In the morning, and ut
the samo time the noon feed ot grain
may bo scattered In tho litter, which
will keep the fowls busy n great part
of the day.
For those who cannot conveniently
feed their fowls early In the mornlnc
n good plan Is to scatter grain plenti
fully In the litter after the birds have
gone to roost, This grain will funitsli
feed for the early morning, say jkwI
try specialists In the United States de
partment of agriculture.
Some jMMiltry keepers can look after
their fowls only once a day. If this
Is In the morning, molxtened mash tuny
bo fed, followed by throwing grain In
tho litter to furnish feed for tho re
mainder of the day. If It Is In tlw
evening, before dark, n moistened mnn
may be given, nnd either nfter the
fowls go to roost or In the morning,
before daylight, grain may be scat
tered In the litter for eating during
Put it in Tho Bulletin.
PLANS FOR BROODING DUCKS
Mother Duck or Hen Is Quite Ostls-
f notary Where Omslf Numbers'
Are Delna Roared,
Those roaring ilucUlliiKt In Htttnll
numbers usually ticiept tho strvlcei
ot (ho mother duck or mother lieu, no
cortllng to which Is ucd to do. the
hutching, for the putposo of brooding,
nnd when only u few mil reared Ihln
Is it MillsfiH'tniy method. Where
ducks are ruined In I urge numbers,
however, nrllllcltil methods are always
Mtiiilou'il ami the brooding In done by
Indlxldiiiil brooders or by long, holt
water pipe sjsleius liciiteti ny com
PROVIDE FOWLS PURE WATER
No Excuse for Permitting Them to
Drink Impurities From Puddles
Cauio of Diseases.
FowIh nro not very discriminating
In regard to water, and npprnr to en
joy drinking from puddles of foul wa
ter Just as much its from pure nnd
wholesome sources. That Is no ex
cuse for permitting them to do so,
however, nnd the Impurities In such
water often rnuso serious lotno.
i;ithor ilrnl n the stiiKmiut pools or
Hntch the chicks early,
Provide plenty of simile.
Muny peoplo feed buby chicks too
Keep the house clean und well ven
tilated. liaise young chicks nn clean ground
nway from the geucrnl Hock.' Cull
A good feed for little chicks Is or
dinary Johnnycnke linked Intnl. crum
bled nnd feil dry.
If milk I nvallsble, chicks should
have nil they can consume from the
time of tho 'first feeding uutll mature.
Where there Is n tendency to boy.
cott the perch nnd occupy the lower
regions, the young birds should be
taught to roost,
The owner of a small flock of luck
wll Hud It profitable to force the
growth nf his ducklings for placing on
the market at tho ng uf two month.
Really Cost Less
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worth is largely a matter of selecting the right
merchandise to sell.
That is why we sell Goodyear Tires, Tubes and Tire
In the end, it costs you less to buy a fine product in
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Our special line of Clincher tires in sizes 30x3, 30x3Vl
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L. C. MARION - - - Redmond
GEO. E. AITKEN -. - - Sisters
W. F. MACKEY - - - Terrebonne
CENTRAL OREGON IRRIGATION
COMPANY - - - Deschutes
A. L. MILLER - - - - Paulina
INLAND AUTO CO. - - Prineville
PAUL P. WERNER -, - - .Fife
HOMER MARTIN - - - Post
BEND GARAGE. INC. - - - Bend
NORTH UNIT WATER
(JRAII IS OPPOSED
(Coulliuiml from pagu i,j
II. II. Do Armonil stated Unit wa
ter tiiUoii to llm Not tit Unit would
travel from 10 to (10 miles, nnd
Hint with a water duty of two nnro
foot, pinetlcnlly the eiitlru stots&o
rapacity of tho lloiihiim Kails ijor
voir, minus soopngo loss, would bo
used on tho ono unit. Tho Tuiimio
project Is short of water ut tho
present lime, ho mild, "Water
should not bo taken to tho North
Unit (o (hi) exclusion ijf (ho other
nulls lit the Deschutes valley," jit)
Want to buy liny, use Bulletin tins
Ultxl mis. 1
CUmKImI iertlln elurs Iwr Um 10
nnli far to wnnU or Im. (in rnl pr
Kuril for nil ovtr 10. All ellflfd OftrlUlrit
trltllr CMh In KilnrM
FOR RAM: ID Ilaned Itock hehs
nnd one Barred Hock cockerel,
$1 CO each, W. N. Ituy, Tumnlo,
FOR HAM: Oil TUADU ID ncrorf,
30 acres water: 10 In cultivation,
16 acres trees pulled: -1-rooui box
houso; 7 miles from Bond; fenced.
Inquire 118 Minnesota nvu.
KfJOH FOR HATCHING 8. O.
Whllo Leghorns, Heavy wlntftr
tnyors, mnted to Tnucred cocks, or
230-2C0 ngg ntraln. I1.C0 per IS. H,
C. It. I, Rods, mated to high class
cockerels from prlxo winning slock
$3 for 16. Ouo third cash with order,
balance on delivery. Ilofstottor's
Poultry Farm, Tumnlo. 97-filtfc
ANYONK, looking for help, Inquire
ot Miss Market ot tho Bond Com
mercial club, at tho city rest room.
ANYONE, looking for employment
on farms, see Miss Market of tho
Bond Commercial club, at the city
rest room. 32-17tfc
LOST Chestnut sorrel mure, weight
nbout nine hundred, has bell on
with double strap, branded on left
shoulder with very dim E H wrench
brand Notify James Whltlock, HhoV-
Iln-Hlxon Camp 2, or Antone Aui)
nt Auno's barn. Bend.
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