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ARM) BUMiKTM, BBrT, OftEOOM, THUJlflDAV, HKITEMnEFl 3fl, 1920
TO 1500 ACRES
AT FOX BUTTE
HIGH GRADE TIMBER
'CROWNING' IS FEARED
National I'orrat HupervUor and Dep
uty Dlrtvt Work of Flro Fighters
Hltlintlon I'lilnin Xrrtl of
1'nullnA lVnk Ixiokout.
Kirn, which satrtod flnturday In tho
yellow plno forests of Iho Fox Ilutto
country, hnn spread rapidly and Mon
day Included 2500 acres of some
of tho best Umber In Contra! Oregon,
W. J. Hproat, In charge of tho Dos
chutes National forest offlco horo, ro
ported that day. Huporvlsor II.
I.. I'luinh, Deputy Huporvlsor W. O.
Ilnrrlman and ItutiRr Halph Snow
directed tho work of tho flro
flichtorn. Tho conflagration Is by far
tho Inrgcsl thin season In tho nation
al forest, 260 ncros being tho biggest
flru which forest employes havo
hlthnrto hnd to contend with thli
Mr. I'limib nnd Mr. Hnrrlmnn loft
Monday Mr. Hproat recolvod word
yesterday Mr. Hproat recolvod word
from thorn by tnlophono that tho flro
had nprond over n IGOO-ncro tract.
Tho chief danger In tho Fox
Ilutto country, Mr. Hproat stnt-
od, In from "crowning," when tho
flnnic, panning Into tho topi of tho
pines, offer llltlo opportunity for ef
fect I vo work on tho part of tho men
who nro endeavoring to contlnu tho
blnio to n limited territory.
Tho uctunl toitn In timber hnn not
yet boon osllmntod, nnd no Indication
hnn ns yet been given na to tho prob
ahlo anise, of tho flro.
IleciuiHo of tho present situation,
Mr. Hproat ntateil, tho lookout from
Pnullun peak, dlitcontlnuod recently,
wll ho resumed,
FOX BUTTE BLAZE
IS UNDER CONTROL
Pirn Fighters On Way Hack to Itoiul
After Lour llnttlo AgiiliiNt
Flames In Yellow Hue.
After a long hard fight against tho
nprond of flames In tho yellow plno
tlmbor In tho Fox Ilutto district of
tho Donchuton National forest, tho
blggoHt flro In Kovornmont tlmbor In
Central Orogon thin yonr In now tin
dor control, It was lonrnod uliortly
boforo noon Tuosdny when ForoHt 8u
porvluor Plumb tolophonod in from
HttBt lako, reporting that tho flro
fighters nro on thotr way homo. Ho
jtnvo no dotulln na to tho dumago
dono to standing tlmbor.
FOX BUTTE BLAZE
CAUSE NOT KNOWN
A fiiimll tlmbor flro, causa un
known, la burning In tho yollow plno
nonr Fox Ilutto, It wna reported 8at-
urday nt Doashutoa National foroat
lioadijuartera, A orow of flroflght
ora, In charco of Rnngor Roy Mitch
all, has boon eont out from Fort
W to to? ay, mm BeJlHi sMaV
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DIHKAHi: NO MOIti: PUHVALKM
IN IIK.NI) TKA.V KLHKWHKUK,
INVKHTlflATIO.V HIIOWH 1'UK-
vi:ntivi: ,mi:anh advocati:.
Thoro In no more tuberculosis In
Iloiul than olsnwhoro, nnd n good per
coiitago of tho cases found horo
originated In other communities, It
wan daclurod hut night by Dr. Murr
Illnalllou, Portland apoclallnt, who
conducted tho Control Oregon Rod
CroM luborculosls clinic horo during
Thursday nnd Friday. A number
of ouuldo canci havo como In because
of tho high, dry cllmnto, although
thin, Dr. IlUalllon omphaaUod, In
only a nocondnry factor In tho treat
ment of tho dlnoaio.
Tho clinic held In Bond, In tho
coumo of which moro than 00 pa
tlentn woro examined, In part of a
nntlon-wldo effort, aiming nt tho
ntnmplng nut of luborculonln. In
thin work, ho pointed out, tho largoni
flold opened up In that of prorontlva
modlclno, u field In which tho gon
oral practitioner In particularly ef
fective. "To ntamp out tuborculonls, nn1
early dlngnonln muil bo mndo, nnd
thtn can only bo nrrlvod nt through
tho cooperation of tho Individual
who In nhowlng nymptomn of tho dls-
enno," Dr. lllnnlllon nald. "An noon
nn anyone bocomen nwnro that ho Is
experience recurring coughn nnd
coldn, Ions of weight and other char-
ncterlxtlo nymptomn, ho nhould roport
nt onco to hln family phynlclan."
Dr. lllnnlllon declared that ha had
rocolvod tho most hearty nupporl
during tho clinic from tho doctors of
Ilond. In sovornl of tho cases which
ciimo boforo him If was found that
tho proNonco of toxla goltor closoly
simulated tho symptoms noted In
tho early stapes of tuberculosis.
OF CLINIC HERE
Public Health Niii-mIhk Activities
KmplinKlziMl Moro Thau 00 Kv
niiilueil For Tuberculosis.
Ho successful has tho tuborculosls
cllnlo Thursday nnd Friday boon
In pointing to tho public hoalth nura
lug ncttvltlea ondorsod by tho Red
Cross that nn ondoavor will bo mado
to hayo nnothor cllnlo of tho oamo
naturo early next year, It wna do
clarcd on Friday by those who
hnvo nldod In making posslblo tho
series of examinations which havo
boon carried on nt tho Y, M. O. A.
Particularly encouraging to modlcal
prnctltlonora has boon tho fact that n
majority of tho ensoa woro not of tho
chronic class, In othor words, most
of thorn will bo tunenablo to treat
ment. Up to 3 o'clock Friday afternoon
moro that CO men, womon nnd chil
dren had boon oxamlnod, Ono wom
an cumo from Jefferson county, ono
from Crook, nnd a numbor from Doa
chutoa, outBldo of Ilond, but tho ma
jority woro from within tho city lim
its. Examinations woro conducted un
dor tho dlroctlon of Dr. Mqrr Disun
ion, Portland specialist,
Flrt P(r Cnolno In America.
Ttra first flro cngtno In America wns
proMDted to tbe town of Hhelbnurno,
few SooOa, by King Oeorge III In
77ie Product of Experience
CHEVROLET TOURING CAR
IN PERFORMANCE. COMFORT. EQUIPMENT AND APPEARANCE THE
CHEVROLET TOURING CAR IS A CREDIT TO YOUR GOOD TASTE
ITS ECONOMY A CREDIT TO YOUR COOD JUDGMENT.
BEND GARAGE, Inc.
ELIMINATE ALL POOR LAMBS
Carcase of Improperly Flnlehed An
imals Do Not Find Ready
Sals on Market
Just why tho latter pnrt of August
nnd enrly pnrt of Hepternber Invari
ably demorullies thu Inmb market has
puzzled market students for many
years. A largo percentage of lambs
coming out of Illinois, Wisconsin,
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, nnd Iowa arc
nmnll native animals thnt havo to be
sold for what thoy will realize. These
Inmbn coming on n usunlly congested
market null for a marked n.iluctlon
nnd since tho consumption of Inmb
Is limited In certain sections of tho
country, cnrcnsjfs from these Improp
erly finished lamb do not mid n ready
sale. Tills annual occurrence In thin
section not only penalize the growers
of good Inmbn but men tin n loss to tho
producers of thu Inferior kinds. Since
the product Is Inferior It hns n tend
ency to prejudice consumers against
Farmers In the corn lxlt stntcs sur
rounding tho Chicago mnrket nro nd
vised by United States department of
agriculture, specialists to mnko n con
certed effort to put their lambs In bet
ter market condition. It In thought
certain thnt most of those who worv
responsible for this year's nntlve
Iambs could have put them In much
better market condition, with good
profit to thcmselveH. It Is regrettable
thnt so largo n number of undocked
nnd imcnstmted, poorly finished, scrub
bnil lambs till tho markets from these
The man who keeps n smnll flock on
the farm Is advised to remember the
lmpurtiinco of handling shevp wisely.
Tho ewes should Im bred early enough
In the fnll so that they will produce
their lambs In March nnd April. The
liimbs should bo docked nnd enstruted
when they nro ten days old. They
should receive sulttclwiit feed to keep
them growing In order thnt when they
are ready for tho mnrket In nlout
four months they wliouU weigh from
Young. Sheep on Pasture Belna Pre
pared for Market.
C5 to 70 pounds and carry n uniform
covering of HokIi. Lnmbs which lire
well brtMl, proierly cured for, doclutl
uud castrated, and In good flesh will
go onto ,tho market n credit to the
mini who hna produced them and will
tlnd a ready sale.
Her Real Love.
"I heard thnt pretty llttlo womnn
any tho other duy thnt sho wna going
,to do her best to mnko her nilly's llfo
perfectly hnppy. Sho must bo vory
much In love with her husband."
"Thnt wasn't her hushiind sho wns
talking nhouts It was her pet poodle,"
"Tho Vfcloua Circle"
Moat people conclude thnt this
phreso, which we hear so often nowa
days, la of recent origin, but Amlel.
tho Swiss philosopher, wbo died In
1881, said, "1 turn In a vicious circle."
There la also evidence that the phmse
was In one aa long ago as 1703, so we
have not even the catnfort of a new
AT EAST LAKE
BIG TROUT .VORACIOUS,
Iteflsldes, Kllvertddes nnd Hrook
Trout Tnko Hither Hpoon or Fly,
and Record Jttc-Senson
Catches Itclng Made.
For loto-scason fishing, East lako
Is proving ono of tho best, If not tho
best, in Central Oregon, and for tho
past wock anglors visiting tho New
berry crator havo returned with
crools, boxes nnd some with bar
rola filled with big redsldes, silver
sides and eastern brook trout. Good
results nro obtnlncd by trolling, tho
fish striking at tho spinner regard
less of lack of bnlt, but equally big
catches wero bolng mado yesterday
by Waltons who cast elthor with a
weighted spoon or with flics from tho
shore. ' Fow fishermen wbo spent
tho day at tho lako failed to got tho
Among tho Dond cars carrying
loads of anglers to nnd from tho
lako woro thoso of Pearl Lyncs, Al
Edwards, Charles Stanton and
Claudo Motz, whllo many campora
from other sections of tho stato aro
making nn extended stny.
How East Inko fishing la appreci
ated by outsldors la shown by tho re
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port of Portland fishermen, given
in tho Evening Telegram.
"Arout, oodles of tnom," Bays tho
Telegram, "wolghlng from 1 to 13
pounds each, wero taken from East
lake, In Central Oregon, by N. M.
Whiting, employe of tho Portland
Telegram, nnd Leo Douchet, grocer,
in a weeks' outing.
"To bo exact, they caught v5 fish,
including redsldes, eastern brook, sll
versides and steclheads, and all of
thorn wero hooked on a No. 4 spinner.
" 'It was tho greatest fishing trip
of my experience,' said Whiting, 'and
East lake affords tho best sport of
any placo I havo ever visited. It Is
n landlocked lako of volcanic origin,
301 miles from Portland and 47
miles southeast of Bend. Wo wero
on tho lako fivo days, and each day
wo caught all the fish we could han
dle. It certainly was some aport to
hook one of thoso big ones and land
SHY AT REGISTERED CATTLE
Poor Appearance of Some of Get of
Pure-Bred Bulls Tend to Discour
age Small Breeders.
One of the biggest reasons today why
more farmers are not raising regis
tered cattle Is because many of them
hnve seen the get of some registered
bulls which they hnve observed arc
not much better. If nny better, than
Dome calves aired by a good grnde bull.
If more breeders of registered cattle
would use the knife m needed, Instead
of sending out scrub pedigreed bulls
Just because they can put the papers
on them, there would be more satisfied
little breeders and eventually more
satisfied hlg breeders.
CAMELS fit your cigarette de
sires so completely you'll agree
they wero made to 'meet your taste 1
Unique flavor, fragrance and mellow-mild-body
due to Camels qual
ity and expert blend of choice Turk
ish and choice Domestic tobaccos
are a revelation! You will prefer the
Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
With Camels you can go the limit
without tiring your taste. They
leave no unpleasant cigaretty after
taste; no unpleasant cigaretty odorl
To get a line on why Camels win
vou so comoletelv compare them
Mffi&JXfclSZ&Vf the world at any price. You 11 pre
ton. W itronity noommtod
'iZ2&2ZfZiZl R.J.RKYH0LD8 TOBACCO CO..WkoC-aW, RC.
What "Mark Twain" Means.
"Mark twain" Is a river terra used
by the leadman la Indicating sound
Infra. "Mark twain" means that tho
water la about two fathoms deep. A
story la told that wbl'e Samuel U
Clemens, whose nom do plume was
Mark Twain, was a pilot be asked a
frleod wbo was taking soundings
what pen uome he should assume.
Just then the friend called out "Mark
twain," and Mr. Clemens took thit
name, tie used It regularly in sign
ing bla stor?2M while be waa a report
er od the Vlrpma City Enterprise.
In New Guinea each tribe hns Its
own particular system of tattooing tho
body, and should a member of any
other tribe Imitate the pattern, it Is
regarded as quite a sufficient reason
for a declaration of war between the
When Collector Is Lucky.
During Slam's Intercourse with
China for many centuries In the past
unknown quantities of the fhieat china
were brought over for the noble and
royal households of Slam, and occa
sionally some of these pieces may be
found and bought
High Wind Velocity.
The highest wind velocity ever oh
lerved below ten kilometers' altitude
was 83 meters a second or 186 rattee
ra hour, observed from a pilot balloon
over Lansing. Mich, at a height of
about four and a half miles, oa Dee.
The Balsam Fir.
Canada balsam, as tho balsam fir
la sometimes called, la one of the
beautiful evergreen trees. The needles
of this tree, which are a deep, gtls
renlng green above and a lovely all
vcr color below, are about three
fntirth of an Inch lone.
with flnv fticrnrfitTfl in