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BRJfD BCLMCTIr?, UBND, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOIIKK S7, 1021.
WORK IS HARD ON ARTISTS
What's Doing In The Country
Singing Into tho Recording, Horn Con,
ceded to Da a Narve.Rscklng
TRACTOR USED TO
PLOW UP ALFALFA
PLEASANT IUDOK. Oct. 20.
Rasmus I'otorson la plowing up some
or his old alfalfa with his tractor.
Mrs. O. K. Anderson mid Mrs. V.
II. Hrny visited .Mrs. Edward Swnl
lcy on Thursday.
Mrs. W. U. Hhtchlns and baby
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Churchill to Dent! on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Hutching and
baby woro Redmond visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson and
baby wcro In Uend on business on
S. Pnvlck finished (HkkIiik potatoes
Mrs. L. C. Youuk's domestic ducks
nro proving quite n decoy for tho
wild ducks to Btich a dogreo that
tho wild fowl Join tho domestic
ducks In the door yard.
TO HOLD MEETING
CLOVKKDALK, Oct. 2C Miss
Kva ConiOKys, homo demonstrator,
will hold n mooting at Mrs. 11. Kol
Kore's on Tuesday, Nov. 1, to llulsh
making dress forms and start now
work in sewing. Miss Comogys
Tho Cooko brothers have started would like to meet as ninny ladles as
digging he'r potatoes. They havo possiulo that date.
u . i. uurripuii speill
a largo crop to Harvest.
' Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Anderson
made n business trip to Redmond
Harold Cook wont to uend Thurs
Mr. n ml Mrs
several days In Redmond last week
Mtsses Alcathea and Juanltn Uod
son nro staying with Mrs. Sterllo
day evening to see about getting; Of ear tins wcck wiiiio her liusnamt
help to dig his potatoes. 13 "mn or ciuuo in mo mountains,
Mrs. George Holton and children
of Deschutes called on Mrs. H. T,
Mlkkclsen on Tuesday.
Antone Ahlstrom, Miss Hllma
Nelson, Mrs. V. II. dray and Mrs
Mrs. II. O. Andrus attended tho
joint meeting of l'lalnvlew. Clover-
dale and Sisters, held at Mrs. It.illoys
In Sisters Monday. Miss Kstticr Coo,
ley and Miss Kva Comegys gave In
O. B. Anderson wcro Bend shoppers structlons in sewing and millinery
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Klamath
Falls spent tho week end us guests
at the Kilgore homo.
W. Fryrear and son arc on n deal
with u party from Alfalfa to sell
3S0 head of cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham and
children of Sisters spent Thursday
evening at tho homo of Miss .Myrtle,
W. F. Harrison went to Hampton
Buttes Monday after so mo of his cat
Mrs. Kilgore is on the sick list this
Merle McDonald Is a new scholar
at school this week.
Alvln Cyrus of Redmond spent the
week end at his home here.
.Mr. and Mrs. .Miles of Bend were
guests of Miss Ellers Saturday eve'
nlng and attended the hard times
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lantz of Terre
bonne spent Sunday here with the
former's brother and family, F,
Our school Is planning on a marsh-
mallow roast' to bo held at the school
I A good tlmo was enjoyed by all
r,VTP ,,, n.f ,ft v wh0 attended the hard times party
GRANGE HALL, Oct. 26. Mr. held , the schooi nouso Saturday
iarneaux pigeons to aaa to nis ai- w F Arnoid secured the prize for
.cuujr u..nU.cU "V"'"' the best costume representing hard
iiocK &quaD uo., .Meirose Mignianas, Mrg. P. Lantz received tho sad
Mass. 'news of the death of her sister last
.ii r. ana .irs. dinner iook up meir week,
resiaence on meir rancn tour miles, i, n- ,j,nri, , mp. r.nni
Mrs. Alfred Pedersen went to
Deschutes Tuesday to work for Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chaso were
visitors in Redmond on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson of
Tuxnalo called on Mrs. Hanson's sis
ter, Mrs. J. W. Peterson, Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray and Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Anderson went to
Bend Wednesday night to see tho
play, "Way Down East," at the Lib
A large crowd from this neighbor
hood attended the dance given by
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Stanley at tho
Deschutes hotel on Saturday night.
Antone Ahlstrom and Mrs. Alfred
Pedersen were Bend visitors Satur
day. Mrs. O. E. Anderson visited Mrs.
F. S. Stanley at Deschutes Saturday
PIGEONS ADDED BY
north east of Bend this spring, and
they are making every effort to have
an up to date poultry farm with
White Wyandot fowls.
Laurine and Mabel Boardman en
tered the Grange Hall school Tues
day. They formerly attended school
Mr. Mead Is here from Tacoma,
Wash., looking after his interests In
this community. Mr. Scott has Mr.
Meade's farm rented.
Mr. Star, who lives on the Jack
son farm has rented the Coffee farm
for next year.
Mike Mayfleld had supper at the
Fred Hettman ranch Thursday. He
was bringing his cattle from the
H. Selde, wife and daughter,
Helene, attended the show Wednes
Mr. Reims and family accompanied
M. J. McLain and family to Bend
Friday evening to attend the carnl
Chris Stock and Leroy Smith help
cd Mr. Scott with his potatoes last
Mr. and Mr3. C. M. Rasmussen,
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Nelson, Mrs.
Adolph Kotzman, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Smith and Julius Pedersen wero
shopping In Bend Saturday,
L. C. Young has his potato crop
harvested. He estimates his crop at
11 tons or good potatoes.
Anna Smith missed two weks of
high school during potato harvest
Mr. Mosler Is completing a nice
new water tank.
Mrs. Adolph Kotzman Is suffering
from a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulson and Mr. and
Mrs. Bravel and son, John of Bend
visited at the George Erlckten home
Bert Torkelsen called at the F.
Reynolds ranch Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ericksen as
sisted C. L. Smith with his potatoes
Mr. Grimes completed digging his
Steve Pavlck hauled a load of po
tatoes to tow,n Saturday.
Henry Selde and family attended
the carnival Saturday night.
Mable Dahle returned to town Sun
day to continue her attendance at
high school. She stays with her sis
ter In town, Mrs. Ida Dahle Olanson.
R. M. Chase finished harvesting
his potatoes Thursday. He Is now
. holplng his brother-in-law Otis
Dorothy Young and brothers, Ben
nett and Edward accompanied their
grandfather to town Saturday morn
ing. Gladys Dahlo motored to town Sun
day with Esther ErickBen and her
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dickey visited
at tho Fred Reynolds' homo Sunday.
C. L. Smith and son, Leroy hauled
potatoes to town Buturdny morning.
Mr. Boardman and family attend
ed tho carnival In Bond Saturday
M. J. McLain was a Bend visitor
Everyone Is rushing the potato
harvest on account of tho cold wave.
Mrs. Adolph Kotzmnn's mother has
been visiting her.
Mr, Hard wick Is holplng Mr. Doyer
Harvest tneir potato crop.
as her sister had not been in poor
health. We extend our deepest sym
pathy to her In her bereavement,
WAS HCRTIXO ALL THE TIME
Kidney trouble saps vitality and
strength. It causes backache, head
ache, Btlff Joints, sore muscles.
shooting pains. John F. Brooks,
712 S. 17th St., Omaha, Neb., writes
"My back was hurting me and I bad
a pain in my right side. Since tak
ing Foley Kidney Pills I feel no pain
at all." Sold everywhere. Adv.
Experiments to determine the best
and most economical method of
.salting stock In the forest are being
conducted by officials of the Des
chutes National forest. Authoriza
tion of the experimental work has
been received from the district head
quarters. Weather Is a big factor In using
up the salt placed on the ranges,
and the present experiments aro to
determine whether It is not moro
economical to place a small amount
of salt, Involving more supervision.
The best varieties of salt may also
Music Is n lot trickier to enn tluin
pouches or ponrs, remarks Farm mid
When you play ono of your phono-
graph record you have no Idea how
hurd It mny hnu boon to get that mcl
ody "preserved." You nro listening t
the result of a lot of mighty hurd
work, which mny Imvo Included con
rldernblo Morinlng by the director mid
tears on tho pnrt of tho nrttst. Some
artists simply cannot sing for the rec
ords at all, while others nro ncrvout
wrecks for days, after a s-csslou of ru
To slug Into n recording hum mny
look easy Just us It may look eu-t.v
for a baseball pln.ver to hit u ball
oor the fence for n homo run- but
In reality It N o:io of the most dllll
cult, nerxe-mckliig tilings anyone can
On the concert Mugo u singer with
(l good voice may make Utile ml
lakes without the nudlcncv noticing
them. If ho has nu attractive pre
once mid mi eiiKiiglug milliner. houm
even sing u bit olt key mid yet make
n hit. Hut the wax muster record I
n relentless mirror, with no inorcj for
the Imperfections Unit the average art
ist like other liuiimn beings Is
guilty of. The slightest vner or
strain In the voice, the slightest devlu
tlon from the true pitch, comes out
badly. Ami the very fear of making
these mistakes tilul flaw "hoodoo"
most singers Into making them.
The result Is that ninny n popular
stage artist has met defeat in the
WAR ON SCREW-WORM FLIES
Traps Have Proved Effective Methods
of Getting Rid of Human and
The use of flytraps for patching
screw-worm Hies Is a new Iden ns a
means of combating those abominable
Insects, and bus already proved de
cidedly effective. They lire a first
class pest In some parts of this country,
aud especially In southwest Texas.
Cattle and other livestock suffer
much from their attacks, their habit
being to lay eggs In any sort of wound.
The larvae hutched from the. eggs
bore Into tho tissues, feisllng upon
them and doing most destructhe mis
chief. When ready to transform Into
puiae, they come- out, drop to the
ground and bury themselves to aivult
metamorphosis Into files. The .crew
worm flies nro tjplcal meat tiled, nnd
the curcasK of any dead unlmiil quickly
becomes a hatchery for them. Hence,
In the region afflicted by them. It
Is very Important that nil carcasses
shall be promptly destroyed, preferably
by bunting. Occasionally It happvnx
that human beings nre attacked.
A fly crawls up the nostrils of n sleep
Ing person and lays Its egg. The
larvae hutched from them Inwide the
sinuses, and death l.s likely to result.
INQUIRY MADE INTO
LAKE TITLE CHANGE
V. S. Geographical Hoard Takes
Interest In Commercial Club
Request For "Luke Bend."
Inquiry In regard to the desired
change in tho title of Lost lake to
"Lake Uend" was received here
Monday by Postmaster W. H. Hud
son, from Secretary C. 8. Sloane of
the U. S. Geographical board at
Washington. Tho blank form for
reply was turned over to tho Com
mercial club, which recently passed
a resolution to petition for the
change In name.
Crude Methods of Defense.
Pueblo Indians were never warrior,
but In the old days they were suliject
to frequent attacks by the wanderlust
tribes, such as the Apaches and the
Navajos. Therefore many of the crude
adobe houses were built with port
holes up near the roof, which the oc
cupants used to defend thim-jclvcs
from tho attackers. Mpny of them
old houses ure still stnndlng, and port-hole-i
are still there, Jiiat oh they were
years mid years ago. Of coi.ikp they
tiro all occupied, for no new houses
Bennott and Edward Youne called I urt' jul,t unless ,utfro ' utisolute
on Frank Nolson Sunday. J necessity for them.
Squirrels and Robins Fight.
A fierce lawn buttle between forces
of squirrels ami robins bus Iteen
observed In Mount Vernon. N. Y. The
squirrels imil robins on Eleventh
avenue, .Mount turnon, have, ileelnretl
war upon each other, and each day the
battles nre witgelng bigger and fiercer.
Residents on Eleventh avenue have for
some time thrown peanuts on their
lawns for tho squirrels and bread
crusts for the birds of the neighbor
hood. Three weeks ago a few robins
after eating the bread bellied them
selves to peanuts, mid the squirrels
rati away. The first day u few squir
rels attacked the robins and there
was a short but furious tight In which
the squirrels saved their supper. The
second day about twenty robins
swooped down and the squirrels were
roiited. The third day the squirrels
returned reinforced by nu equal num
ber and there was a battle royiil for
a quarter of an hour. It was n drawn
battle, both sides leaving most of their
pe'nnuts and crusts on the field.
Light on the Deptht.
It Is said that at u depth of only
200 fathoms the light of the unclouded
Him penetrating the ocean Is reduced
to equality with the starlight of a
clear night on the surface. At moro
profound depths the sunlight Is en
tirely extinguished. Yet there are
both light mid color In the abysses,
and at the bottom of the sea. The
light. Is of phosphorescent origin, and
It may ho remarked that In general the
llxed marine forms of life are not be
hind their free swimming allies In
light-emitting powers. There are II
lumlnntlons produced by the move
ments of abyssal fishes through tho
forests of phosphorescent w;u-pens,
fan corals, red corals, and other Alcy
onarla. The colors of tW'p-sea animals
nre both brilliant nnd varied,
fej there ! there J don't I Momtrtwiu ipWPI " I but mc ' T
UXaU -JLBiQ 1 if A. JicJJ RuH. j
MAKE OWN COSTUMES 17 JT FT I r rr.
dancers are toldl riaay uniucRy uay on jntign
Japan's Fight on Hydrophobia.
The .Tnpiinese nru Inoculating dogs
Instead of people to prevent rubles,
which Is now "widespread" In thin
country, says tho Jfuw York Evening
Post. Tho bacteriologist Uineno nnd
his coworkers ut the Kltnsato Insti
tute for Infectious, diseases have per
fected a method of prophyluctlc In
oculation that rim ho given tho dogs
In one or two shots. In all, .'11,000
dogs have been treated and In not a
single Instance hus any one of them
been found suffering from rabies. In
stead of the usual methods of killing
mad and stray dogs, the Japanese
medical experts are advocating Inocu
lation of all the dogs of Japan.
iliillimoYn Committee I'uable To
Secure Help I'or I'niuy Dress
Iiily From Outside Point.
Unablo to securo costumes from
points outside of llend. tho com
mittee In charge of tho Hallowe'en
library bonoflt dadjfu to bo given at
the gymnasium advises dancers to
prepare tholr own nttlro. Domino
masks will bo on sale at tho gym tho
evening of tho dance.
Prizes offered lucliido $7. CO each
for best sustained mule and fomiilo
Desert Two Women Injured
Mil. 1. 1 (.'AN, Oct. 2B. -Friday was
an unlucky day on the High Desert.
Attempting, in tho absntiro of her
brother, to drive a stray riingo horse
away from (ho watering trough on
tlmlr ranch. Miss Faith Israel was
kicked by tho resentful beast, her leg
being broken In two places. Miss Is
rael was taken to Bond by E. L. King,
accompanied by Mrs. 8. Daugheii
baugli aud her brother.
Mrs. H. W. Merrill on the same day
fell from a ladder which broke while and to gel warm.
On tho following day Valley Uyhn
tr;i barely escaped with his llfn when
(he wiiKouloiid of wood which lie wun
bringing down from linn mountain
tipped over Ho was fortunately only
Mr. n ml Mrs F. It. Orlnsteml had
their shuro of udvnnltiro Thursday,
when their cur loaded with supplies
which went being taken to tho ranch,
luoko down near tint Arnold school.
The school teacher Invited tho un
lucky travelers In for a rup of coffr.t
characters, with second prizes In tho , ho was climbing It in search of eggs.
samo class $5 each, Prlco of tickets
will bo refunded to tho funniest cou
ple on the floor.
BOTH MOVIE SHOWS
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
breaking her arm In two pluro us
shit struck tho ground. Hint also was
taken to Bend for meillrul attention.
Later wiiitu (irluatead return to Ins
rnr. he found a stranger lapping his
gasoline tank. Tim surprlsu waa mut-mil.
Coming ns another Indication of
better business In Bend Is tho an
nouncement by Manager J. II. Sparks
of tho Grand and Liberty theaters,
that from now on both movlo houses
will bo open nightly. With tho ex
ception of week end dates, the
theaters havo been showing on a part
tlmo basis for the better part of n
AFTER El'I'ECr OF SCARLET
"As nn after effect of scarlet
fever," writes Mrs. J. Mct'ulloiigh,
23(5 Snyder 81.. Easton, Pa "my
throat was always dry and I hail a
hacking cough. Ono bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tur gnvo in a relief."
Checks coughs,' colds, croup: stop
tickling In throat ami bronchial Ir
ritations. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Bulletin "WANT ADS"
suits Try Thorn.
MISS FLACK WINNER
IN VOTING CONTEST
Miss Ellen Flurk wtti ileelnretl
queen of the Flremon's carnival at
9 o'clock Saturday night after u
close, popularity contest In which alio
won first placo from Miss Jtinnllu
(Hills. Miss Flack received it diamond
ring as prize, Kbit had a total or
IS, ono voles. Miss (111 tin 1C.I7S, Mlsti
Lulu Hagen was third with 10, not).
Announces a Reduction in price
F. 0. B.
Roadster, $1195; Sedan, $1995; Cabriolet, $1375; f. o.b factory
EC C P V Has never been a car that could be com-
- pared as to price. It stands in a class
by itself. In the fullest sense Essex has established a new type
in a field quite clearly apart from any other car. It is a light
car. It brings a new light standard its own. It has been ac
cepted as a new standard among motorists, by which other four
cylinder cars must stand for measurement.
The swing of interest to four cylinder cars made a com
pelling demand for the creation of a light type, that in all es
sentials of performance, fine workmanship, comfort and appear
ance, could take rank with the large, costly car. Motorists
demand a smaller, better car. It is found in the Essex.
At the old price of $1,G25 Essex was recognized to be the
most reasonably priced four cylinder car obtainable, At the
new prices, even close rivals are impossible.
SEE THE UNCOMPARABLE T&SSEX
AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF