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BB2TO BTJLLKTHV, BKND, ORWOON; TIIUllfTOAY, AUGURT 12, 1020.
What's Doing In The Country
TREE AT PINEHURST
riNBHUnST, Aug. 10. Mr. nrnn
Hon was n caller at tho Phelps homo
Those shopping in Bend Saturday
were: John Bollmnn and family,
Mies Vlda Bollmnn and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McMnnmnn,
Lcnoro Snyder and Mr. Jones and
family were callers at tho Bollmnn
A plno treo was struck by light
ulng In tho Pholps yard Sunday
evening about 5 o'clock. It gavo
thoBO In tho house quite a fright, but
no ono was Injured.
Tho Dollmnn children have been
on tho sick list for tho past four
0. M. Pholps and family and Mrs.
Mary Garner wera callers at tho D.
l. Ladd homo near Redmond Wed
HEAVY RAIN FALLS
ON HAY IN SHOCKS
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Holtdn and
bnby of Deschutes wero cnllorn nt
tho homo of Anton Ahlstrom Friday
O. E. Anderson nindo a business
trip to Redmond Friday.
Mr. mid Mrs. W. K. Austin and
sons. William Anderson ami Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Anderson wero llciul vis
itors Saturday night.
W. B. Hutchlns and Glen Roberts
wero In Redmond Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. w, Peterson and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Hanson near Tumalo Sunday.
II. T. Mlkkclsen was a business vis-
Itor In Dend Friday.
JACOBSON TO TEACHING FORCE
LEAVE SERVICE NEAR COMPLETE
FEWER FIRES NOW
Campaign of Education rays In Re
ducing Loss Through Forest
DohUo to l'nrtlelpntcv In Cobb llxpe-
dltlon Hold Ono of Benson
Leave Of Abienco Not
PLAINVIEW, Aug. 10. Ranchers
of Plainviow have been busy haying
tor more than a week. Somo havo
all their first crop taken care of.
If tho rain stops now, it is believed
generally that the hay still in the
shocks will not be ruined.
II. T. Hnrtloy was a caller nt the
Llvesay ranch Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morfett and party at
tended n public snlo near Terrebonno
Mrs. Mlntn Howard spent Thurs
day with Mrs. A. E. Hoss.
Several water users of Plalnvlew
attended a water meeting at Sisters
Wilma Bennett was sick several
days last week.
Misses Mary Fryrear and Jo Bur
gess gavo a party and dnnca at tho
Fryrear home last Saturday evening.
A largo number of young people were
present and spent a delightful eve
ning at games and dancing. A de
licious lunch was served by the hos
tesses. Ida Hoss spent Tuesday visiting
Mrs. Sarah Elkins and children
havo returned home after visiting
relatives in tho Tnlley for several
Lawrence Scharfenberg was a call
Icr at tho Llvesay homo Wednesday
Mrs. Hoss, Miss Burgess and Roy
Heartt were Redmond callers Friday.
Mrs. H. T. Hartley spent Wednes
day afternoon at the Box A ranch.
S. L. Burgess of Redmond has
been at the P. A. Scoggln ranch for
Jim Pulllam and party were busi
ness callers at Deschutes Tuesday.
Grover Pulllam was a Bend busi
ness caller Saturday.
Fewer forest fires wero reported
in July this year than havo beou in
several years past, according to Nor
man Jacobson, supervisors of the
Deschutes National Forest.
Mr. Jncobson attributes this fact
to the campaign for greater careful
ness with flro in tho forest which
has been waged by tho forest de
partment. Campers arc putting out
their fires and smokers nro being
moro careful, so that fires are dim
inishing all over the country.
Norman G. Jncobson, supervisor of
tho Deschutes National forest, hns
tendered his resignation from that
L off (co to tho district forester at Port-
laud, ctfcctlvo August 1C, according
to Information given out Saturday.
Mr. Jneobtton's resignation comes
nftor his application for a mouth's
Icavo of absence to participate In the
expedition In company with Irvln S.
Cobb and A. Whlsnnnt through Cen
tral Oregon. It is understood that
tho forest regulations do not permit
CONGESTION IN SCHOOLS AGAIN
KXPKCTKl) BY AUTIIOUITIIM
NKW PRINCIPAL 1UK 1IKRI2
IN BED FOR SIX
MONTHS AT TIME
Gels Itlil of Nino VciV HhotiuiutJsm
Aflor Tniihie IIiiIIiIn IIIiii Up,
condition I simply didn't know what
"Attor loading so much about
Tuulno, I decided to try It, mid tho
first bottlo niatlo mu fool lllcu outing.
After tho nucoud bottlo 1 could oat
it hearty intml ami enjoy It, without
rear of tin hurting mo, Ah I kept
on inking TiiiiIiiu my stomach trotihlo
entirely dlHiippoiiiod mid, by tho tlmo
I Mulshed tho fourth bottlo tho rhou
matlsm wan gone, too. I havo re
gained my lost weight mid strength
and I fool us well now nu If I hud .
never hud n day's sIckiiiish In tho
E, J. Croilor, newly ulectcd prln
cllial of the Tlnui! Iilch nnlinnl. linn
accepted his contract and will arrive ' ""r.?'"on B,root' Tucomn' WB"h" ro
In Bond somo tlmo this week. Ap
"After being laid up In bod with
rheumatism iih long us six mouths at world, and I urn ho delighted with
what it lias tlonu for mo that I am
glad to recommend It,"
TnutiiQ Is sold In Iloud by tho Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by Ueorgu F.
a tlmo, and having the worst form
of stomach trouble, Tnnlna has made
mo well, and I am so nleanod with It
l I just don't know how to express It,"
n declared Henry Clark of 1823 East
plications for teaching positions aro
still coming in nnd there will bo no
trouble In filling tho remaining va
cancies, oxcept that of music and art
supervisor, for which no acceptable
candidate has. yet nppearcd, said
Superintendent Mooro on Monday.
Tho other positions still opon nro for
ono Junior high teacher and ono or
two second and third grndo teachers.
Tho teaching forco of tho high
school nnd Junior high school will
numbor IS this year, while tho grado
tho nbsonco of tho forest supervisor schools will have 29, Including three
from his otflco nt this tmlc of tho, in tho camn schools.
FINED FOR KEEPING
FISH UNDER LIMIT
Wardens Catch California
WJth Many Smnll FMi;
Gamo Wardens McDonald and
Craig apprehended a man nnmed
Holcomb with a car with a Califor
nia license fishing near Crescent on
tho Deschutes, having in his posses
sion about 50 trout ranging from 3
to C inches In length. He pleaded
guilty to keeping fish under the
minimum size and was fined 25
and $2.50 costs. The minimum
length Is 6 Inches.
OLD CENTRAL SCHOOL
PLEASANT RIDGE HAS
PLEASANT RIDGE, Aug. 11.
W. J. Shannon spent several days
the last of the week in Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mahatfey of
Bend called at the Anderson and
Baughman ranches Wednesday eve
ning. Anton Ahlstrom made a business
trip to Bend the first of the week.
Mr. H. T. Mlkkelsen and Mrs. O.
E. Anderson attended tho party given
by Mrs. Chris Nelson, near Tumalo,
Mr. Renno returned to Bend, hav
ing completed his carpenter work at
tho Petty home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Austin and
sons, Henry and Tom, and William
Anderson of Oakvllle, Wash., arrived
here Friday afternoon by auto to
visit a few days at tho home of rela
tives. Waldemar Petersen went to Tuma
lo Wednesday evening, having fin
ished his work In tho hay fields.
A. M. Petty left for Portland Sat
urday evening after having spent a
month's vacation on his ranch here.
Ground Being Cleared For New
Bungalows; Will Be Ready In
Time For Opening of School.
year. Mr. Jacobson, believing that
from tho financial point of view, as
well as tho benefits that will come
to tho community through such an
expedition as has boon planned, ho
cannot afford to sovcr his connections
with tho expedition, which has for Its
puposo tho exploitation of Central
Oregon's scenic wonders.
Tho district forester, to whom Mr.
Jncobson's resignation has been sent,
Is now In Alaska and will not return
for somo tlmo. It Is not known
whether It will bo accepted.
Mr. Jacobson hns been with the
Deschutes National forest as super
visor for two and a half yoar- during
which tlmo he hns perfected the fin
est organization ever In effect In the
Deschutes National forest. Ills ef
forts In tho building of trails, roads,
telcphono lines, lookout stations, nnd
his effective work In combating fires
havo been particularly noteworthy.
Under his administration tho reve
nue of tho forest has been greatly In
creased through cooperative work
with farmers and livestock raliors.
Mr. Jacobson has boon associated
with the forest scrvlco for 10 years,
during which tlmo he has traveled
over practically every forest In East
ern and Western Oregon nnd has n
thorough knowledge of forest service
SOME FINE TROUT
Superintendent Mooro says that al
though Bend's census showed only
5415, his school district Includes
over 7000 people. Tho Bend district
runs 32 miles west of llcnd nnd 19
miles south, Including tho lumber
camps. Tho number of people- nnd
the number of school children is in
creasing fastor than most Bond peo
ple realize, says Mr. Moore, nnd, In
spite of tho now accommodations be
ing built nnd tho Increased number
of teachers, the schools very likely
will bo crowded again this year.
ART WINDOW DISPLAY
AT O. I. C. CAFETERIA
Tho display window of tho O. I.
C. cafeteria this week Is one of tho
prettiest windows In town, with tbo
artistic arrangement of framed
photographic views and vol-chromu
prints loaned by tho Central Photo
Co. Arooni tho scenic views nro
two of Tumalo falls, four of Crater
lake, Moonlight on tho Deschutes,
Elk lako and Mt. Bachelor, Elk lako
and South Sister, Thrco Sisters,
Mount Hood, Mount Hood by moon
light, Broken Top, and Lost lako.
"Thcro wnB hardly n day in nlno
years," ho said, "that I didn't suffer
tho keenest paint In my legs, knees
or ankles, and lots of tho tlmo I
could hardly get around at all. Those
pains wero so sovoro that I Just
rolled and tossed all night long nnd
was unablo to sloop. I got so nerv
ous tho least little thing would com
pletely upset me. To add to my
misery, my stomach began giving mo
troublo, and I hnd spells of Indiges
tion that caused such Hiiffnrlng I
really didn't know where 1 hurt the
worst. All my food soured mid for
men tod: nothing I nto seemed to di
gest and I soon got to where I dread
ed to cut on account of tho suffer
ing It brought on. I lost weight and
was In such n weakened, run-down
Altkon, and In Bond by tho Morton
DANIELS NOT TO
BE LET OFF EASY r
Attorney It, H. Hamilton, who Ik
looking nftor tho Interests of tho
creditors in tho caso of 0. A.
Daniels, charged with larcony, N
stntcd on Friday that thero in
tin present Indication that DanlolH
will ho lot off any .easier than wat
originally Intended. It is under
sold (hut Daniels has not retained
counsel. Tho dual hearing Is slated
Put It in Tho Bulletin.
Work of demolishing the old Cen
tral school, which has housed Bend
school children since 1907, was be
gun Saturday and is progressing rap
idly. The windows, doors and much
of the Interior fixtures havo been dis
mantled and tho old bell tower and
attic already exist only in memrrr.
Although care Is being taken In
wrecking, so as to save as much of
the lumber as possible, tho ground
will be cleared In a short time, and
tho five new bungalows willbo ready
before the opening of school.
RODENT CONTROL MAN
ON WAY TO LAKEVIEW
Ira N. Gabrielson, In charge of
rodent control work for the biologi
cal survey, passed through Bend Fri
day on his way to Lakevlew.
Put it in Tho Bulletin.
ic F1 1
Money Still Talks
Tho dollar may be "small change" now, but It will "como
back" strong homo day. Tile dollar you have now will
be worth twice as much later on.
Resist the prevailing tendency toward extravagance. "Salt
away" your surplus earnings. Thero never will bo a hotter
opportunity than now to accumulate money. When "small
change" becomes a regulur, old-fashioned dollar again, you
will bo glad to know you havo a goodly collection of them
in your savings account.
$1 or moro opens a 4 per cent interest-bearing account.
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
Game Warden McDonald and Joe
Craig of tho Portland gamo office
caught 14 good-sized trout In Dia
mond lake, merely trolling while
they crossed tho lake on business
Monday. Ono of tho fish weighed
H pounds, according to Mr. McDon
ald. However, ho does not advise
others to try Diamond Inko, as tho
only way to get the fish Is from a
boat, and tho only boat on the lako
belongs to the government service.
J. P. Keycs, manager of tho
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., roturncd
on Saturday from an extended trip
to Minneapolis, where ho has been
under a doctors' care. His health Is
reported much Improved.
FORTY ACRES HIGHLY IMPROVED,
ONE-HALF MILE FROM giTY LIMITS
OF REDMOND, HIGH AND GRADE
SCHOOLS. FINE BIG MODERN DAIRY
BARN, FOUR ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
CITY WATER IN HOUSE. CHICKEN
HOUSES, HOG HOUSES, ROCK HOUSE.
ALL FENCED AND CROSS FENCED
HOG TIGHT. THIS IS AN IDEAL DAIRY,
CHICKEN AND HOG RANCH. IM
PROVEMENTS WOULD COST WHAT
OWNER IS ASKING FOR THE ENTIRE
PLACE. $3,500.00 CASH, NO MORE
PAYMENTS UNTIL 1925, AT SEVEN
Redmond Land (Sh Loan Co.
This advertisement will not appear again.
LOOKS UP MAIL
ROUTE TO BURNS
W. F. Case, post offlco Inspector
of the Spokane division, arrived here
on Friday to investlgnta tho pro
posed chango of mall routes to
Burns. Mr. Caso will also visit
Burns nnd return to Bond later for
J. L. Peterson, grazing exami
ner from tho district forest of
fice, arrived in Bond this morn
ing, leaving with J. E, Horton
of tho locnl forest offlco to in
spect tho poison hemlock erad
ication experiment which is
about completed on the Meto
Rain Since 1911
Good For Crops
4 Th'o Sunday rainfall of ,C9 of
an Inch comprises in Itself tho
greatest August ralnful! slnco
1911, when tho record was .78 .
Inch. The total for tho month
to dato Is .74, with Indications
of still moro ruin,
Tho general opinion Is that
tho molsturo camo at the best
tlmo for all crops, as tho socond
f cutting of alfalfa is well under
way. Tho danger of forest fires
has been llkowlso averted.
to figure why
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