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SEPTEMBER 27, 1917
CROOK COUNTY JOURNAL
Including the best and fresh
est candies, nuts and all
kinds of f
Ice Cream, clean, fresh . and
well frozen, ready for you
when you want it. Patronize
a home man while at; the
Inter-State Fair instead of the
JOHN J. PRICE
Next door to the Lyric Theatre
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I HAVE WORKED WITH
of large experience during the sum
mer in my Portland office.
I Am Installing Several
accwf mA in mv work and I will be
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able to make a greater percentage of
cures tnan ever Derore.
My office location is the same as before.
' Old bank building, Main Street, near the
Ochoco bridge, Prineville, Oregon
DR. A. W. GRATER
Itorry Lentus, of Howard, was lit
J. H. I'ptOll UIKl 0. II. KuNH.;ll loft
for Lakevlew, Huturday.
MIk Jennie Hagctihurger, of
Meadow wm III the city Tuesday.
M. R. Biggs wan a mihIik-hi via
Itor In Portland the first of the
Miss Agnes Elliott hua gone to
iWlllamlna whore she will teach thla
MIh Jean Morrison, of Portlund,
la a guest at the home of her sister,
Mrs, Thoniaa Sharp.
Judge T. K. J. Duffy Is In Bond
thla week on business connected with
the Ucschutp County Court.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Howard re
turned Tuesday from California
where they have been visiting rela
tive for several weeks.
Mr. and Mra. E. L. Koae recently
returned from Holse, Idaho, where
I hey were called on account of the
death of Mr. Hose's mother.
Mrs. W. J. Smelzer returned from
Portland, Saturday. Mrs. Smelzer
Is rapidly recovering from a recent
operation at one of the Portland
Mlas Eva Clark, formerly of I
Prineville, and daughter of Or. and
Mra. Harold Clark, of Madraa, is
featured In a popular musical com
edy In Portland this week.
All persons having no regular
church home in Prineville, are very
cordially Invited to attend the Rally
Day program at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning at 10:30.
Mrs. Roy Davenport returned
from Portland yesterday morning.
Mr. Davenport went to Portland re
cently for an operation and is re
ported to be In a very critical con
Rev. F. C. Laslette will preach at
the upper McKay school house next
Sunday, Sep. 30 at 3 o'clock, subject,
! "Christ the Maker of Manhood and
I Womanhood." Let us fill the school
i Next Tuesday Is the regular
monthly meeting of the Ladiea An
! nex and the president, Mrs. C. W.
Elklna, would like to have a report
! from the chairmen of all the local
I committees for the Federation.
Miss Grace Riggs, who bus been
BBHlstlng with the work of transcrib
ing the Deschutes County records,
left Monday for Redmond where she
will resume her studies in High
School, being a senior this year.
The Baptist Church Is arrang
ing for an all day Rally of the Sun
day ' School, Young People and the
Church In general, Sunday, Oct. 7.
Dinner will be served at the close of
the morning service. The ordinance
of baptism at 3 and other items of
The farewell reception given for
Harry Stearns and Rel Powell at the
Buptist church Friday evening was
attended by about seventy-five. A
musical program was given after
which refreshments were served.
The boys are both going to attend
the University of Oregon this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Chrlsten
son left Sunday evening for Moscow,
Idaho, near which place they will
make their home on a farm. Mr.
Christenson has been employed in
A. R. Bowman's abstract office dur
ing his residence in Prineville. The
Journal will visit them weekly to
keep them informed on Crook Coun
"The Cedars", the young ladies
class of the Presbyterian Church
served a picnic lunch in the base
ment just after the services last
Sunday morning. . After lunch the
plans for the coming year were dis
cussed and each one was asked for
a suggestion as to some charitable
work to be accomplished during the
winter. Twenty-five girls were pres
ent. Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Sep.
30th. The Bible School will con
vene at 10 a. m. At 10:30 a Rally
Day program will commence and ex
tend through the greater part of the
hour for morning worship. Special
music, exercises by the children, ad
dresses by teachers in the Bible
School and others, will make up' a
program of unusual interest to all,
both in the church and out. It is a
"call to the colors" for everybody
interested in the church. Young
People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. At
7:30 by request of the Endeavor So
ciety, the pastor will preach to the
young people on "In Training For
At 7:30: "A Sad Man, a Mud Mu
a Glad Man, or The man Who Had
Everything- But." Church, Bibl.
School at 10, Young People's Rail,
at 6:30. If you enjoy gospel preach
lug, come. F. C. Laslctte, minister.
HTI'DENTH WANT KMI'MYMKNT
I have a large number of applica
tions from boys and girls who wish
to attend High School but will be
unable to do so unless they can get
If you can help anyone in any
way, let me know at once.
II. C. BAUGHMAN.
The Journal does modern printing I
on short notice.
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ECONOMIC and MILITARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF 0REG0I1
la aMIttaa eml nmn In general a4
claatlfla MaMaa, ef far full pprtiMilta la
MILITARY DRILL, DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ARTS AND COMMERCE
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, Oregon
Classified Ads save steps and worry
First Baptist Church Said a
traveling ' salesman recently: "I've
been on the road 15 years and go
to church twice every Sunday and
it has brought me many blessings."
Christianity is the only path of light
in this dark world. Services of
cheer and hope next Sunday, Sept
30. Subject at 11 o'clock: "Hard
Places, or the Discipline of Life.
A Complete Line of
Stove Boards, Etc.
Well selected in design, price and quality, will be on
display in our store next week. Examine our line
before making your selections.
We are local agents for John Deer Plows and Harrows
and Van Brunt Grain Drills. Money spent for mod
ern farm equipment this fall is money well invested.
If you contemplate the purchase of a Riding Plow or
Grain Drill, drop in and investigate a line that is giv
ing satisfaction '
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vege- '
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tables in Season, rrompt Attention Uiven Mail uraers
O. C. CLAYPQ0L & CO.
During your visit to the Oregan
Inter-State Fair we cordially in
vite you to make our store your
MICHEL GROCERY CO.