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CROOK OOOiTT JOIH-XAL
(KTOHKIl 81, 101$.
m LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
C. W. Foster returned from
E1 (Hp Bolter of Gateway was In the
Ray Morgan of Barnes was a vls-
ttor here Saturday.
Keal McKenzie of Paulina was In
the city Saturday.
rr. E. O. Hyde was a visitor from
E. L. Ashhy was in from his River
side ranch Monday.
Herbert AnKell is reported to be
seriously ill at Mitchell.
Horry Lanius was a business visit
or in the city Monday.
W in. Ledford was a business visitor
In the city last week eud.
Mrs. Edith Lane of Paulina was In
Prineville last week end.
Leslie Priday. of Trout Creeli, was
business visitor Monday.
Prentiss C. Seeds was In the city
last wet-k end from Barnes.
Charles H. Barnes of Barnes was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
J. H. Carlin was in the city Tues
day from his ranch at Roberts.
C. W. Wheeler of Roberta was in
the city Tuesday from Roberts.
E. S. Ruggles was a visitor in the
City last week end from Moro.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rlppey
pending the week in Prineville.
E. A. Parker of Roberts was busi
ness visitor in the city Monday.
David Williams of Silver Lake was
In the city the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hedlund of
Roberts were in the city Mandoy.
Mrs. Lovina Jones of Mollala is vis
iting friends in the city this week.
H. H. Anderson of Suplee was a
business visitor in the city Monday.
U. S. Bushnell of Roberts was a
business visitor in the city Tuesday.
Walter Elliott of Paulina was
business visitor in Prineville Tues
day. C. H. Cook and mother, Mrs. M. L.
Cook, were visitors from Post Satur
day. W. I. Vinton of McMinnville, was
business visitor in Prineville Mon
day. Bruce and Stanley Balfour were
business visitors in the city last week
Wm. A. Bundy was a busines vis
itor in the city Saturday from Paul
ina. Prentiss Seeds and H. H. Hackle
nan were in the city Saturday from
Mrs. Ira Cox and son, Ray Mor
gan, of Barnes, were visitors here on
Mrs. Mary Cox and Mrs. S. Bayn
ton were visitosr from Barnes last
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Webb were
visitors in the city Monday from their
ranch on Grizzly.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Curtis and
family were in the city Monday from
Bear Creek Buttes.
John Ritter left Tuesday evening
for Portland, where he will be em
ployed in the shipyards.
Miss Catherine Love is improving
rapidly from her recent operation and
is able to leave the hospital.
G. H. Farrington of the Western
Bond and Mortgage Co. of Portland,
isin the city for a few days.
Mrs. John Bolter 'and daughters,
Veva and Marion, spent the week end
t their ranch on Trout Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lippincott left
Saturday for Davenport. Iowa, where
they will make their future home.
Regular s?rvices will be held at
the Presbyterian church, morning
nd evening, Sunday, November 3.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ray and family
have returned from Maupin and will
make their -home here this winter. I
O. Rambow of Roberts was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Charles Congleton was In Prine
ville yesterday from Paulina. t
Jack Clckple has recovered and
has been discharged from the hos
Mrs. H. B. Smith of this city re
ceived word that her son, Glaie had
arrived savely "over there."
Thomas Cronin is In Bakerv Co.,
S44, t S. A. P. O. 721. A. K. F. Ho
has been in France several months.
Miss Nora Kiier, who has been vis
iting her brother, AuBtin Kiier. at
Roberts, has returned to Prineville.
Leland and Wilfred Belknap mot
ored up from Portland Saturday and
returned on the train Sunday night. '
Wm .H. Lewis, an engineer of Se
attle, is here on business connected
with the Ochoco Irrigation Project.
Mrs. Fred Sylvester and daughter.
Mrs. Era McUilvary, returned the
first of the week from Vancouver,
Mrs. M. C. Suit and daughter, Phyl
lis, of Portland will arrive in Prine
ville the last of the week to visit
Ranger B. F. Freeman bas been
called for physical examination and
expects to enter military service at
an early date.
Mrs. T. B. Zell and son, who have
been visiting relatives here for sever
al days, returned to St. Johns, near
John and George Mllliorn of Rob
erts are in the city. They were call
ed here because of the death of their
uncle, Chris Lemley.
George Stearns, who has been 111
for several weeks, is Improving rap
idly, but is not yet able to return to
school. He Is a member of the S. A.
T. C. at the V. of O.
I. Chamberlain, a well known sales
man, died of Spanish Influenza in
Portland last week. Mr. Chamber
lain was a regular caller in Prineville
and traveled for the Forbes Company.
R. C. M'!-s, auditor in the office
of Public Roads, Portland, arrived
October 28 and went immediately to
the road construction camp at Ochoco
Ranger Station, for a few days' stay.
Ranger J. O. F. Anderson return
ed Wednesday, October 23 from San
Francisco, to which place he motor
ed about ten days previous for Mrs.
Anderson, who bas been visiting with
friends for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Strong of Port
land are spending the week In Prine
ville Mr. and Mrs. Strong are well
known here, and their many friends
are glad to welcome them back. Mr.
Strong is connected with the Oregon
Life Insurance Co.
Mr. Simms. authorized surveyor of
the District Office of Lands, assisted
by W. J. Sproat from the Deschutes
Forest and Ranger C. S. Congleton
of Paulina are making a survey of
several miles of National Forest boun
dary in the vicinity of Paulina.
Miss Arlene Crisman who spoke
to large audiences in Prineville a
year ago, may be here Sunday, "Nov.
3rd at 11 and 7:30. If not, she will
speak at the Baptist church Sunday,
Nov. 10. Miss Crissman is one of the
National Workers of the Baptist
n a a n r
in . .r.zrxj
0k Scrim r-"-f j-llflmm
ea Dttnl Wmmm Ak C
What Are The
HKN the child la about
all yeara of ua th
flrat permanent molar
appear. There ere four of
thrm two iu the upper law
and two In the loiter. Tlwjr
come In after ell Hie temiMtr
try twin have taken their
place. nd appear Juat hack of
the last tn)orary molar oa
each ante and In ears, Jaw.
Thejr are very ofun mistaken
for temporary twin, and folks
Imagine that any teeili com
ing lu at llului muat ikw
arlly te lttiorary teeth. If
anything go, wrong with
them tkey IH (I , thinking:
they wiU aooa be replaced by
be Imt hy
If any of the six-;
are allowed to
decay. It la a loea which can
not be replaced. Nothing caa
ever be done In the future
which will permanently re-
Clei-e the lout molar after II
aa been removed.
Thoae four permanent molar
do mt Hk aaaarlraffaf for a
aerlea eSee year. They prop
the jawa apart while other
teeth mature and take their
several place In the Jaw.
Their loaa la not neceaaery and
may be wholly avoided. No
other teeth are a .r
and iauMTftaar a the Drat
permanent or Umr aaatera.
are) tfltmlml xaaitere
THE HIRED MAN
MOTORS SPEED THEM TO FRONT
Motor trucks by the tens of thousands have made the great war
different from any other In adding mobility to the opposing armies.
Where preparation for battles in previous years required days, hours
are now necessary. Since taxlcabs won the first battle of the Marne,
gasoline and rubber have been increasing factors.
Some of the American troops in recent battles, perhaps those
shown above in a momentary halt In a French village, have traveled
thirty hours with hardly a stop for rest
Tour subscription to the Fourth Liberty Loan will add to the
certainty that some day troops will not reach a fight too late to win It.
The Junior Red Cross of the High
School has just completed 30 bed
Dr. Van Waters of Portland visit- I
ed the English room Monday morn- j
ing. returning in the afternoon to ad-;
dress the student body.
Surepta Johnson has been called
by the Government to take the ked
Cross training course, and will leave
Thursday morning for North Bend.
The teachers and committees are
busy making preparations for the
Hallowe'en party at the High School .
Thursday evening. -
W. F. King, county chairman of the ;
next financial drive for allied chari
ties, addressed the students Monday '
morning. Mr. King explained the
part that the boys and girls of the i
county were to play in the raising of i
the greatest sum in human history j
for charitable purposes. The school
boys and girls of Oregon are asked to 1
raise $7,000, of which Crook's allot-1
ment ia $225. Organization was per-
fected at once and Mr. Vernon Lis-1
ter will head the boys of the county j
while Miss Hazel Yancey will be the i
leader of the girls. The $225 allot-!
ment was. divided equally between the j
boys and the girls and a contest is ,
on to see which side will raise their
share first. Every boy and girl that
subscribes will be given a Victory
A special program was given In
Assembly Friday morning, celebrat
ing the career of Francis E. Wlllard.
Rev. J. H. Gervin delivered an inspir
ing address to the boys and girls. The
visitors present were: Mr. and Mrs. !
Mark Powell, Mrs. Claudia Wagoner i
Mrs. Evans and A. M. Byrd. j
The manual training boys have just
completed 5 Red Cross shipping i
boxes, and are now working on 20
Off-hand definitions of the word
"Patriot" were called for in the
English classes and we print the two
"A patriot is a person that loves '
his country better than self and next J
to God." Roy Clark.
"A patriot is one that loves his i
country, honors his country, believes !
in his country, and does all in his
power to help and support his coun
try." Marjorle Wilson.
Ochoconian Program Nov. 20
Vocal solo, Roy Clark: Instrumen
tal solo, Eva Street; Roast Beef, med-1
iuh, Virginia Pancake; Topography
and Strategy on the West Front, El- j
vin Rasmussen; The Garden Army,!
John Houston; War Words and Their i
Pronunciation, Edith Lambrecth; j
A Panorama, Ladocla Jacobs; Contin
ued Story, Chapter 1, Amanda Har- '
ris; Mixture of Yell and Yellow, Til
Shumia Club Meeting
Mrs. Ada B. Millican was hostess I
to the Shumia Club, Saturday after-
noon, October 26, at the Wigwam. ;
Mrs. T. E. J. Duffy gave an excellent
review of Jastraw's "The War and I
the Bagdad Railroad," in a very com-1
prehensive manner. Mrs. Ada B. j
Millican gave an interesting talk and
read clippings concerning early Ore-1
boh iiisiury ana origin or names, es
pecially relating to the origin and ear
ly days of Milwaukee, a one-time ri
val, but now a suburb of Portland.
Mrs. Millican bas been appointed for
Crook county to collect history of
the early days of Oregon, and made
an appeal to all to assist in this un
dertaking, and to help preserve the
old names. The program was fol
lowed by a social hour over the tea
cups. The hostess, assisted by Mrs.
M. E. Brink and Mrs. N. Morgan,
served delicious refreshments, includ
ing Russian tea and "goose tongues,"
a canned product of the legume fam
ily, grown In Alaska,-which is Just
now being Introduced into this coun
try. The lady teachers of the High
School were guests. , The afternoon
was much enjoyed by all.
ILL OF INFLUENZA
Five of the family of F. N. Wal
lace, are reported to be ill of Span
ish Influenza. They live at Tumalo
(;koiu;k m. uiiiax in
Fri. & Sat.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Juatlre f. A. Muora of the Supreme
Court died laat month, too late for tha
name of any rantltuat hi aucreed him
to he placed on th Hullot. Thta con.
dlllon makM It nraary la writ In
the nam of your oamllilat.
Thi ia th bh1 Important pneltkin
In th Judicial eyiurm of tha atat.
It la eantia! to ehuua a man of
tenaiv leaal training, of hlah char,
arter, and of broad vlaton. W com
mend for your eonaideraliun and vol
J. U. CAMPBELL
OF OREGON CITY
Rcaldent of th atat SO yeara : lawyer
for yeara 1 valeran ot bipolar.-American
War and rhllippln Insurrection,
haying aarved with Hud Union Kit
ment : memhrr of Oregon UaiaUture
in lOT and IIWD area ion i Juila of th
tlh Judicial Dulrtcl II l-J yeara.
In all the uoaitlona h hae made
Ilia record aa a private cltlaen and
public official kaa betn above crltirlam.
Write in Hi Name at the Gen
eral Election Nov. 5th
Fer Jaatlr af the Janata CH I
fill vaeaney rauaea ay the death af
Jeetice Krana A. Near.
Vela fer On
Writ th Mate af J. I). Camped I In
th ahev anac an place aa X In
frenl of ale aaai, .
J. U. Campbell for Suprem Court Cam
paign Com., Oregon City, Oregon, J.
u, iiutier. Bee y, aitup.
All life-time is a school of
strategy a game of war upon
germs and tendencies which,
unless thwarted, weaken the
system and invite disease.
dictates the use of
as a reliable means of thwart
ing the enemies of strength.
Scoff's is Nature's ally and
its rich tonic and strength
supportinff properties are known,
wan satisfaction, to million. ,
Build up your strength with .
ine nourishing qualities of
)Cof t s Lmulaton.
Bee Sena, MeeaaMd, M, J,
MTH.'K OK FINAL AUOI NTINU 1
NOTICK ia herehy given l.v the utulenlifiwH .
the adminlatrator of the aetata of W. C. Harnea,
Deceaaed. that he haa mad and filed with th
coca of the lounly Court of lh mat nf Ore-
gon tor I rook County, hla final accounting of
ih admitiMtratton of the arfaira of aald a
tate, and that the Honorable County Court for
id county and atat haa llsd Munday, the
tnd day of December, lllia, at lu o'clock In the
forenoon of aaiil day al the county courtluiue
in I'rlnevllte, Crook County. Oregon, aa the
time and place for Ik he ng and Milling uf
aid final arroiintlng.
Dated thta Slat day of October, lIS.
K. F. BAHNKS.
Adminlatrator of the Kelate of W. C.
WII.I.AKI) H. VVIMU,
Attorn y for fealat. Sltfie
Oregon Daily Journal
Daily 50c Daily and
If you don't get your pap
er regularly, phone Red
431 and we will send one
up by special messenger
Prineville Drug Co.
MITK K TO CKKDITOHM
NOTICK u her. lv en tn i lite uhtb-mlened.
th Adminutralru of the relate of John 8.
VYalkln.. leceaeed. In all rrvdltora of ul.l
deceased and to all pertone having rlaima
agaln.l laid (jilala lo preaent Ih aame with
the ti rotter voucher, to the unitet.lunecl et the
office of M K. Klh.itl. uf I'nnevllle. Oregon
within all month, from the dale of th Oral
publication of thia notice.
Date and nubioshed fital time on tha lui
day of October, in la.
AdmlniatratrK of the Katal of John
8. Watkina, Ueccaaed.
Mrs. Ho rare Rnlknan. Ir loft von..
1 tordav for Athona. urhoeo ih. tu '
called by the lllnes of her mother.
W. H. SIMON, Pre-,
Shoe, repaired while you Walt
All work guaranteed
Located in Morris Bldg.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
VkeVr-v Till ItlAMUND nhUNn, A
geV l-llla la lb el U.14 iu..V
blAHoMB IIUANU I'li.lA. a M
yMt ima pen. aeajti. aioaei neaaol,
J ENLIST lbs nervier ot The Jour
nal Classified Ads tor sura results.
Whiclh i Y"
MORE AND CHEAPER FISH
HIGHER PRICED FISH
PLEA1. URE SEEKERS
WASTE OF FOOD FISH
307 X NO
306 X YES
Keep the price of fish down. Help production of fish.
VOTE. 307 X NO
Read Argument In Stale Election Pamphlet
Clackamas County i'lshormon's Union, Andrew Natorlln, Snc'y, Ore
gon City, Oregon. pald Adv.
'Vll I. SVIUIII 11 IC UUV stfi&M,
, .so rZsM
KJ SJ - JT-- T?,: 5W.
FOR SALE 76 tons of Alfalfa hay,
and pasture and place to feed. E. ,
D .Tlrrill, Lower Crooked River, j
FOUND Wide hair ribbon, owner
can have same by paying for this no
tice and proving property, Sltf
WANTED Clearing and plowing to
"do on contract. Write P. O. Box
445, Prineville, Oregon. 61t3p
Hunters are hereby notified to keep
j off the property of A. J. Noble. No
trespasing will be allowed.
Signed A. J. NOBLE.
TROUBLE with the
right brand of footwear. To be sure of getting atyliah. honest,
leather, long-weanng shoes for the children, aek y "ur dealer for
The "Red Goose" School Shoe
Cood leather is becoming scarcer and soma
manufacturers are tempted to use cheap substi
tutes for leather in making their shoes, but "Red
Gooae shoes are made of SOLID LEATHER
t insoles, counters, outaoles and every lift of
the heels, and they accordingly give the utmost
wear, as well as comfort, and afford the greatest
; health protection.
Vi.it our store and select the proper style for
your girl, and boys. It will pay you.
J. E. Stewart & Co.
1 1 mm
near Bend. ,
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