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MILUCAN VAM.13Y, Fob 11.
Clifton M. Ilostn, who lifts n homo
stcndstx miles cast at Mllltcan's
ranch, has loft tho vnlley on n bust
ncss trip. Mrs. Ilostn, with her two
small children. Intend holding down
tho claim In his absence.
Will! Kolnud hns boon hauling
hay latoty. Ho has about twenty
four miles to haul It. A. D. Norton
had ono load hauled also.
Mrs. UiuIbo Homing, who has
been staying with hor daughter, Mrs.
Tostn, has gone t.o Dend to visit hor
Alfred Howard has gono to Tort
land. Ho Is expected back soon.
Fred O. Klgor and A. D. Norton
bnvo tho posts sol for about halt
their fencing. They have been ox
changing work and therefore accom
plish much. W.iD.'Kigcr has been
helping them. -
Mrs. Jesslo noughton Is preparing
to havo her houso built on her hoiue
stead, and cverrono Is preparing for
the spring work as tho weather Is so
Mr. and Mrs. Cltfton M. Rosin
have a nine-pound boy at their home
stead. Ho arrived January 31, 1912.
PIUKGLE FLATS X
PKINOl.K FLATS, near Held P.
O., Crook county, Fob. 13. A
school meeting was held at tho
schoolhoaso on February 10, at
which plans for a now location and
schoolhouso wcro discussed. Tho
meeting was largely attended.
John Schmear Is preparing to
feneo his 120-acre desert claim
which adjoins his homestead.
C. A. Stevenson Is going to try his
hand at tho chicken business. Ho
has at rreoent about 200 fowls and
hiu had shinned to him soma Al
Orpingtons and expects to havo his
Incubators at work In a short time.
Mr. ChrUtonson camo out from
Dcnd to his cJaftu a few days ago and
is putting the finishing touches to
Stockmen of this community have
had to feed their stock but little
H. Evans, who Is located in sec
tion 20-13-19; is planning to irrigate
enough land for a garden this year,
ns an cxporlmenL Water will bo
pumped from wells.
Martin Hallmcyor Is laying a rock
foundation for a barn. Ho has a
nlco rock basement under his house.
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TU5IALO. Fob. 1C Mr. and Mrs.
Iludcon of llcnd, with Mr. Larry and
Mr. Gago. woro pleasant callers at
this place last Sunday.
Tho Gortson Ilros. passed hero
Tuesday with a machine for sage
brush pulling. Vram appearances,
tho machine will do splendid work.
The Gertson Ilros. have a largo
amount of land to clear with the
Ira E. Wlmor and C. II. Spaugh
arc busy these days pulling juniper
and pine trees with their donkey
A. Harryman is busy with his
clearing contract for G. W. Wlmer
C'nESCKNT. Fob, 17 C. W,
Long, thonow clerk for tho forestry
office, arrived Monday with his wife
and little son from Dlalne, Wash.
They ,wlll occupy tho La Follette
cottage' south of towrj.4
Fred) Richards was transacting
business here the first of the week.
Just Received Nice Line of
New Goods of All Kinds for Men
Arriving Daily. ,
; R. M. SMITH
I Clothing Co.t .
Ho represents tho lUumauor-Frank
Drug Co. ot Portland.
Mrs. K. G. Kourk has returned
homo after visiting relatives and
friends fn llond and Wnlln Walla.
Mrs. F. M. Cleaves was "at homo"
to tho ladles of Crescent Wednesday
afternoon. Embroldorlng nnd sow
ing wcro tho ploasant occupation.
Misses Mao nnd Dorothy Andorson
assisted In serving tco cronm and
cako to tho following: Mrs. Ithoda
Tylor, Mrs. K. D. Tyler. Mrs. Joo L.
Rlngo. Mrs. Ralph Caldwell. Mrs. CI.
W. Andorson, Misses KlUa Tylor and
AA.ONQ TWO SETTLERS
NORTHEAST OF TOWN
On February 13 a Valentino party
was given by Mrs. O. C. Cardwoll.
Tho houso was vory prettily deco
rated with red hearts. Hearts, ou
chro and hlgh-tlvo wore tho games
played. A talking contest was won
by Mrs. H. E. Stowart and Mrs. F.
1. Reynolds. Refreshments woro
served ot whlto and red heart-shaped
cako. Tho guests present woro Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. M, Dragg, Mrs. S. A. Dult, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Dahlo, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Helgeson, Mr and Mrs. A. Moen, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Waugh, Mr. and Mrs.
William Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. F.
P. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Stowart. Miss Anna Moen, Miss Gor
tmdo Reynolds. Misses Jesslo nad
Mtnnlo, Moon, Nick Reynolds, Rort
Torrelson, C Andorson, C. V. Ilnrto,
Mr. and Mrs. Cardwcll.
Tho Ladles' Juniper Club surprised
their president. Mrs. W. O. Waugh,
on February 15, It being hor birth
day. Tho members of tho club pre
sented her with a boautltul commun
ity silver gravy ladle. Bho received
a number of other beautiful preaonts
also, 18 In all.
A birthday danco was hold at C.
V. narto's Saturday night In honor
of H. E. Stowart. There woro a
good many out In splto ot the hard
rain, there being about 25 present.
P. J. Young and wifo and R. M.
Elder and family visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Hocch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young and Miss
Fern Hall visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Hudson on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Waugh havo a
number of Golden Fawn and Ilol
glan hares and a fow Angoras which
they brought from North Yakima.
Wash., lsst fall.
ROLYAT. Feb. 19. Tho weather
for the past month has boon Ideal for
growing crops. Ryo and wheat that
were sown In tho fall aro up so that
tho fields are now looking nlco and
green, and the bunch grass Is several
Inches high. Stock on tho ran go nro
looking sleek and fnt
Rort Meoks and J. W. McCturo
camo out to their ranches with a
hunch of horses and (though seed to
sow their holdings.
Messrs. Cook, Abornnthy. Rodgors
and several other of tho enterprising
young peoplo aro figuring on build
ing a largo dance ball. In tho near fu
ture, on -tho townslto..
Rogers and Ilrooklngs havo filled
in the old rlvor bod noar tho Ilrook
lngs' placo so that all teams and
autos can cross without tho usual
A. J. Abornathy Is enclosing his
ranch with a barb wire fenco and got
tlng ready to sow somo spring grain.
The " Rolyat school has boen pro
gressing nicely, and qulto a number
of pupils under the leadership of
Miss 'Mary 'Schroder havo boen able
o Uko hVolghth crada .examina
tions. Roland Conkllog, a young rancher,
from to'ora, ..Is In Portland with a
view "of 'purchasing a slock of goods
to be put in a new store hero.
Horace Brookings has just finish
p T 1 , V .
ml building" his largo garngo, whoro
from six to eight nutos put up almost
ovory night, mid has completed his
commodious nnd substantial houso.
Ho Is now nblo to take oaro ot tho
largo amount ot travel from Uond to
Rums nt prices that nro reasonable
It Is understood that a drilling ma
chine Is coming In soon to go dawn
with a vlow of getting artesian water
on tho now townstto.
Mocks and Cook aro going to haul
lumber this week for tho erection of
n blacksmith shop.
Tho road between Ilrooklngs placo
and tho Harnoy county lino hns boon
almost tmpassablo for autos or teams
since tho thaw. It It Is not put In
bettor condition soon, thoro Is talk ot
Hums gottlng their freight from tho
other way. 8omo of tho sottlors
aro going to work this week on tho
road nnd It Is undoratsood that Rums
has offered to unv Ha uart of tho cost
of Improving tho road, nnd It Is up
to Rend to do hor shnro to sou that
tho road Is mado passable tor heavy
Most of tho sottlors aro busy now
burning sago and plowing.
Word roaches horo that tho county
surveyor and Judgo Kills aro coming
out this way soon to straighten out
tho lines that woro In dispute. In tho
oast ond of tho valley.
Daniel Roono, tho "old time"
freighter ltetwocn Madras and tho
high desert. Is Improving his much
this wlntor and expects to remain on
GIST. Fob. 17. Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Nichols eelobrated their seventh
wedding anniversary nt Gist on Feb
ruary 1G. Thirty guests woro pres
ent who woro ontortalnod by n splen
did musical program, followed by nn
appropriate address by John Strahm,
Sunday school sunorlntondont. A
bountiful supper was served, after
which tho guests departed express
ing their enjoyment of tho ovonlng
and wishing that Mr. and Mrs. Nich
ols live to celobrato many happy re
turns ot tho day. Many valuablo
presents woro received. Thoso pres
ent woro; Mr. and Mrs. John
Strahm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gil
lott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnlfsn, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Fryrear, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8.
Henry Schumacher. Mrs. C. E. Nich
ols. Mrs. F. W. McCuIloy, Mrs. Geo.
McCalllster, Misses Mary Fryrear,
Mnrtlo Stuart. Cleavos Strahm. Anita
is that the principal consider
ntlon nowadays Is "Clothes."
Ono has to dross neatly und
stylishly if ha wants to succeed
in business or social life.
We havo loft a few moro
at a Big Reduction.
A. L FRENCH
Orbjron St., Bet, tfall and Bond.
Doponds upon tho kind of nursery
stock you got If you aro willing to
pay a fair price, you will got good
trees. VOU CANT GET BOMB
TIIINU FOR NOTHING. If you ox
pectj.to pay noxt-to-nothlng and get
L'ootl, fl rat-clam stock, you aro mis
Fatten, that's all. You can't produce
a high quality troo for little or noth
ing any moro than you can an axo,
wag6n, or any Implement.
YOU ARK THH L08KR If you lot
tho question of prico ulono Inlluonco
your judgment whon buying. Your
loss Is not temporary, but oxtonds
over a long porlod of years as your
orchard stands. The folly of buying
cheap stock will bo Imprcssod upon
you each year as you figure your re
turns. Dottor bo on tho safo sldo
and buy. -whoro you uro suro of got
tlng just whut you want.
Our sales this year could not havo
so largely surpassed last yoar's bad
w6 not mado good in tho juist.
Yakima Yaliey Nursery Co.
"More Salesmen Wanted
Schumacher, Evelyn McCuIloy, flrnco
Glllott, Messrs. Wnllaco McCuIloy,
Jay Nichols, John Fryrear, Roy Mc
CuIloy. Btorllo Fryrear, Karl dial
fan, Clifford Strahm, Wardto Mc
CuIloy nnd Daniel Schumacher.
A number ot tho young poopb) nt
tended tho ball In llond tho lith.
George MoCalllstor has boon In
I'rtnuvlllo ou business.
Tho Suudny sschool nt this placo
la making splendid progrii,o
Tho publlo school will glvo appro
priate oxorclir'uM on Washington's
lllrlhdny. Mrs. Nichols, tho teacher,
reports tho pupils doing good work
Tho member of tho Gist Grntigo
nnd their friends will glvo a program
and supper nt tho schoolhouso tho
ovonlng of Fobrunry 23.
hTiscrttas Lath and House Leth
The tlmlr we cut from Is the brit In the coun
try, mill 4i tnllei soutbrsit of Dcud,
Pine Forest Lumber Com'y
H. J. Eggleston
Manufacturer of Harness nnd Saddles Dealers In Wnjrons,
BukkIcs nnd Farm Implements Hay and Grain for sale.
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torthern Railway, throgchihe Rockies at sun
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Chica,:o. Tho Uko J'nt k Region of Minnesota js.
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NOTION FOR 1'UtlMCWriON.
Department of tho Interior, U, B.
hand Olllco nt Tho Hollos, Oregon,
January S3nd, 1012.
Notloo la horoby glvon thai Adolph
II. Fischer of llond, Oregon, who, on
March Sth, 1010, mnilo liotnestond
entry No. 00173, for HftBWH,
NW'UHWtti Boo. 4, nnd NHViBNtt.
Boo. B, township 17 south, rango 13
oast, Willamette Morldlnn, hns lllod
uotlcn of Intention to ntnlio (lunl com
mutation proof, to establish claim to
tho laud nhovo descrlbod, before II.
O. Kills, V. a. Commissioner, at his
olllco at llond, Oregon, on tho Olli
day of March, 1012.
Claimant names ss witnesses!
Andrew Moon, llnrry Hlowarl. Or
vtll C. Cardwoll. Claronco V. Ilnrlo
nnd Philip G. Young, all of llond,
Oregon. C. W. MOOIIIJ.
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