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WILL SPEND WINTER
LOWER BRIDGE, Not. 23 Mr.
nnd Mrs. David Mllburn loft Thurs
day ovonln''fA' Portland, from whoro
thoy will go to California to spend
tho wlntor visiting with relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Young from Montana,
who haro rcntod tholr ranch, will nr
rivo eoon to tnko chnngo of tho place.
Mrs. Fred Walters and Mrs. A. J.
Fuller woro Redmoud visitors Tues
T. J. Qnlgloy attended tho Weston
Cutler salo at Clovordalo nnd pur
chased sovornl head of hogs, cattle,
turkeys and chickens, besides many
different farm Implements and tools.
Tho Dalrd threshing machine camo
In Wednesday nnd Is working nt 'he
Joo Howard iilaco. A. J. Fuller, T.
P. Boies, Losllo Montioth nnd Jim
Bradley aro helping with tho thresh
ing. Tho mombora of tho Association
Ditch company held a meeting at tho
school houso Monday evening to do
cldo on bids that wero mado for tho
widening of the association ditch.
C. P. Boles got the contract nnd will
movo to tho Roy Howard ranch to bo
near his work, which ho soon will
Mr. and (Mrs. A. S. Holmes and
children woro In Redmond Thursday
to tako tho Spanish Influenza scrum.
Wm. Pahlo has been hauling lum-
Dor to Terrobonno for Mr. Moore.
Frank Chapman has started to
feed a carload of steers.
0. . Stadlg was In Redmond on
business Tuesday afternoon.
iMrs. Frank Ncwbold was a Red
mond visitor Friday.
A. Wright of Redmond has bocn
hauling tho -past wek both grain and
potatoes for A. J. Fuller and John
Tho Lowor Drldge community will
hold its usual Thanksgiving dinner
and general good timo at tho school
house Thursday. It was thought for
a while that it -wouldn't bo held this
year because of the Influenza scare,
but with no sickness at all in the
neighborhood It has been decided to
havo It as usual.
C. F. Hoskins has been doing some
improvements on his barn. He Is
rcmodollng it to accommodato moro
sheep this year and also enlarging
tho horse barn.
Dwight Hauscr. who has been very
ill at the Redmond hospital, is much
improved and will probably bo ablo
to be moved homo some timo next
C. F. Hoskins and son Omar were
Bend visitors Tuesday.
Don't Invito a Cold or tho Grip.
If you feel "stuffed up," bloated,
bilious, languid or have sick head
ache, sour stomach, coated tongue,
bad breath or other condition caused
by slowed up digestion, a Foley Ca
thartic Tablet will give prompt relief.
It is a gentlo, wholesome, thoroughly
cleansing physic that leaves no bad
after-effects. Sold ovorywhero.
I FROM MILLICAN
MILLICAN, Nov. 22. 'Mrs. Leo
Keller Is slowly Improving after her
R. R. Kellor made a business trip
to Bend Monday.
P. B. Johnson was a business vis
itor at Bend Saturday.
Leo Keller camo out Tuesday oven
ing. Ho will return to Bend Satur
day. Mrs. J. J. Holland -waB a visitor at
the F. Tauschor homo Wednesday.
Two of tho Oraffenbergor children
are out of school with bad colds.
71. 71. Koller and two children
At the F. E. Dayton Ranch
Threo Miles North of Tumalo
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3
Beginning at 10 A. M., tho Following Personal Property
1 Team Work Horses, 9 years old, weight about 1200 lbs. each
4 First Class Jersey Cows in milk and soon duo to calve again
6 Jersey Holfers
50 Plymouth Rock Chickens
Complete Set Blacksmith Tools
A lot of Carponter Tools
DoLaval Cream Separator, fine order
13 "Old Hickory" Farm Wagon and extra set truck wheels
1 All-stool Wagon with Hayrack
1 Slnglo Buggy and Harness
4 Plows, Straight Tooth Harrow
1 Spring-Tooth Harrow
Cultivator, Garden Drill
3 Sets Doublo Work Harness
Picks, Shovels, Grub Hoes, Crow Bars,
Lot of Rod and Strap Iron
1 Fanning Mill
About 2000 Foot of Good, Dry Lumbor
1 Conovor Bros. Piano
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN GOODS
4 Beds, Springs and Mattresses
1 Majestic Tlango, 2 Heating Stoves
Dining and Kitchen Tables, Chairs
Dishes and many other articles
FREti LUNCH AT NOON BRING YOUR CUPS
TERMS OF SALE Cash on all sums of $20 and undor. Over that
sum, a credit of etght (8) months will bo given on approved paper
bearing 10 per cent. Interest. A liberal discount for cash on sums
ovor f 20.
F. E. DAYTON, Owner.
TINKIB" -RENNOLDS, Auctioneer.
called at tho Tnuschor homo Wednes
day. Mrs. J. J. Holland was a caller nt
tho Keller homo Thursday.
.Mr. Shaver and Mrs. Lovo ShnfTor
called at tho Holland ranch Sunday
Mr. Holland is still confined to his
homo with a cold.
Leo Keller called at tho R. R.
Koller homo Thursday.
R. R. Keller Is butchering a boot
for Mr. Tauschor today.
Mr. Coffoo, tho mail carrier, shot a
coyoto whllo coming out from Bend
with tho mall Thursday.
Mr. Shaver called at tho Holland
BIG LAND DEAL
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE, Nov. 25. A
land and sheep deal of somo import
ance was pulled off hero when Wm.
Wilson sold to Tom Brcon his 200
acro alfalfa ranch nt Alfalfa, 1000
head of sheep and the llonr Creok
sheep rnnge hitherto controlled by
Mr. Wilson. Mr. Breen will tnko
possession December 1.
Peter Paul's family wero dlnnor
guests at tho homo of E. A. Bussctt
Mrs. B. Mauscau recently shipped
a largo number of turkeys to tho
Henry Hanson sold a dressed calf
to tho Bend markot last week. Ho
will furnish moro dressed beef to
School opened at Wilson school
C. M. Charlton was a Bend visitor
Earl Forrest's threshing outfit fin
ished threshing at Geo. Truesdalo's
Saturday and pulled out for Red
mond, where they havo moro work.
Quito a snow storm visited this
section Saturday and Sunday, but tho
sun, whoso faco refuses to bo hidden
in this country for very long at ono
timo, Is shining again and tho snow
is nearly all gone.
Miss Adah Ferry has returned to
the Arthur Wurzwcller homo.
Miss Edith Bales, who has been
nursing tho Wurzwcllers during their
seigo of tlu, has gono to her homo
B. iMauscau has lost several sheop
from bloat lately.
Mrs. Reaves Wlllcoxen came out
with the mall this week, having re
covered sufficient to tako up tho
Geo. Hobbs, Powell Butto's pop
ular bachelor, Is at tho resldonco of
Geo. Beckman with flu.
Howard Walgh has gono to his
homo In Portland. He went down on
Sunday night's train.
A card was received by tho homo
folks saying that Will Pauls has ar
rived safely overseas.
Bruce Lindquist is 111 in a hospital
In St. Louis.
Charley Johnson has gono over
tho "big pond."
Mrs. Perma Marker is quite seri
ously ill of Influenza. Her mother,
Mrs. Becker has been called to
Ora Foster, our R. F. D. man. and
family, also Mrs. Martha Foster, are
having qulto a siege with flu.
Ttoss Bussett, our faithful post
master and R. F. D. man when
everybody else falls, Is a lato vic
tim of flu. Patrons of tho rural
routo must havo patience with tho
delivery of mails while tho people
aro ill, as substitutes are hard to get.
Tho ringing of tho emergency
alarm on tho tolephono Saturday
night brought many residents of
Powoll Butto from their beds to find
that it was a call for help from the
residence of Mrs. Mary Sheeley,
caused by a burnings flue. Auto
mobiles wero soon on the sceno and
willing hands of many kind hearted
neighbors quickly put out tho flro
that In n short timo might havo
proved n disastrous hlaxo. Mrs.
Shooley desires to thank her neigh
bors who loft tholr warm bods to
help a neighbor In distress,
Mr. Hngetuau, n votornn ox-flro-
man who Is visiting his brothor-lii
law, Wm. Wilson, was tho hero of
tho 11 ro nt tho Shooley homd. Ho
suro know Just how to do things
Is Plorcy &
THAT TKUUIlHii: iiackachi:.
Mrs. Q. Hyde, Homestead, Mich.,
writes: "I had that terrible back
acho nnd tired out fooling, scnrcoly
ablo to do my work, but find by using
i-oioy Kidney puis that I soon feel
llko a now porson." Foley Kidney
Pills holp tho kidneys throw out
poisons that causo backache, rhou-
matlo pains nnd aching Joints. Bold
IS IN VIRGINIA
PLAINVIEW. Nov. 18. Word has
boon received from Rny Armstrong
that ho has arrived at a training
camp In West Virginia after enjoy
ing a wonderful trip across the coun
try. Prontlco Van Tassel has returned
homo after spondlng somo time In
Madras caring for relatives there.
Mrs. Louis Bennett and children
of Bond visited nt tho J. A. W.
Scoggln ranch several days recently.
Mrs. drover Pulllnm nnd llttlo sou
moved to tho Pino Tree mill last
Sunday. Grover Pulllam has had
work at the mill for sovornl weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burgess nnd
son Jnmcs nrrlved from Wasco last
week and havo been visiting nt tho
Box A ranch.
S. C. Caldwell of Bond was a caller
nt tho A. E. Hobs ranch last Tues
day. A. W. Armstrong made a trip to
Lowor Brldgo on Sunday.
H. T. Hartloy and James Pulllam
arrived homo from Portland last
Wednesday ovonlng. Mr. Hartley
contracted a severe cold on his Port
land trip and has been kopt nt homo
with an nttack of Influenza slnco his
Mr. and Mrs. Edglngton nnd fam
ily of Sisters wero guests for dinner
at tho J. A. W. Scoggln homo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hobs mado a
business trip to Redmond and Bond
P. A. Scoggln returned homo from
Portland lust Monday. Mrs. Scoggln
will romaln In Portland visiting rela
tives and friends until after Thanks
giving. Mrs. Ray Corking of Tumalo has
been nursing nt tho Hartley homo the
M. W. Knickerbocker, Jim Pulllnm
and H. A. and Paul Scoggln did somo
riding for cattlo Inst weok.
Mrs. S. L. Burgess and son Jim
visited at tho A. W. Armstrong home
two days last week.
-Malcolm Vougt, Miss Nellie and
Mrs. H. A. Scoggln wore business
callers In Bend on Wednesday.
Sam Burgess, now working at tho
Pino Treo mill, called on a numbor
of Plalnvlew friends and relatives
Sunday. His wife and little son re
turned to the camp with him Sunday
'Mrs. James B. Elklns was 111 sev
eral days last weok.
A. W. Armstrong was a business
caller In Bend Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrls and daughter
Pauline of Clovordalo woro guests
for dinner at the Box A ranch ono
Dr. Hondorshott of Bend was
called to attond Jack Hartley Satur
Ida Hobs was tho guest of Wllmu
Armstrong last Sunday.
H. A. Scoggln ns a caller In Red
mond a fow days ago.
ARE VISITING WITH
PINEHURST, Nov. 23. Mr. nnd
Mrs. George Pederson arrived hero
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from Oconn Park Wednesday morn
ing for nn extended visit with tho
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Motiulro spent
Sunday nt tho Hartley farm.
Mrs. John Ilnllmnn nnd children
hnvu Joined Air. Ilnllimm at tho l'ltio
Treo mill, whom hu Is employed for
It. H. Unyley was delivering liny
nt tho Pino Treo mill several days
Mr. RholbofT received a toUvgrnm
from Oregon City Tuesday Informing
him thnt his mother was sorlously
111. Ho left Tuesday avnnlnr in
spond somo time at her bedside.
Ulnln Devors nnd F. V. Hwlshor
woro business visitors In Bond Tuos
dny. Mr. Shlvoler wan nrnr frnm n.
schuten nnd spont several days rid
ing for cattlo In this neighborhood
Miss Bernlco Couch was nn ovor
night visitor with Mrs. C. E. Nichols
of Tumulo Thursday.
Miss Ivy Snyder assisted Mrs. V. V.
Swisher and nt the Star rnnch during
iMr. 8hlvoloy was a guest ovor
night nt tho J. L. Couch homo Mon
MIbb Vldn llollman and mother re
turned from Kllonshurc. Witnii..
Thursday, whoro they have spent tho
Violet and Myrtlo Spnugh were
guests for the evening at K. V.
Robert Smith, assisted by 0. W.
Snyder. Is building u now cistern
on his rnnch this week.
Mnf. I. E. Wlmer and son havo
been on tho sick list sovornl days this
week with novum colds.
Dr. Wilson was called from Red
mond Friday to attend Mrs. Geo.
Pederson, who wns taken suddenly
111 Friday morning with Influenza.
Mahlon Couch dellverod several
head of fine beef cattle to tho butcher
In Bond Wednesdny.
I. E. Wlmor delivered cream at
tho llend creamory Thursday.
jonii uoiimnu motored to Iltmil
Thursday to moot his mother nnd
A. II. Rood returned homo Thurs
day nfter nn absence of sovornl years.
W. E. Sonrcy Is building a now
cistern on his farm In Sunnyslde.
C. Pederson wns a cnllor at G. M.
SISTERS. Nov. 2C Sisters soems
to bo tho healthiest community In
Deschutes county as no ono has con
tracted tho Spanish Influenza. Tho
school Is running with a fairly good
A. E. Odol, mnnngor of tho Tunwi
Lum mill, went to Pasco, Wash , In
visit relatives and friends.
Lester Gist nnd wife and Mrs. O,
L. Gist of Bond wero nt Slstors Hun-
day visiting relatives and friends.
Walter Graham and family woro
at Sisters Sunday visiting Mr. Or.i
Clyde Gist nnd Wm. Wngner wont
to Three Crook Inko Saturday.
Frank Zumwnlt of tho Alllnghnm
ranger station wns In town Sunday.
Mr. Zumwalt scaled Black Butto
County Superintendent J. Alton
Thompson nnd County Treasurer
Clydo M. McKay woro nt Sisters
Thursday on business. Tho regis
tered at tho Sisters hotel.
John W. Dennis nnd Hermnn Sea
man went to tho iMcKenzle pass bo
yond tho lava bed with six horses
Thursday to oxtrlcato two largo auto
mobiles from tho snow drifts, and nt
this writing (Sunday) hnvo not ro
turned. Four mon from Portlnnd
accompunlcd thorn on tholr hazard
Warron Farthing camo in from tho
mountains Friday with throo vnlu
ablo hides a marton, a badger and a
white wcasol. Mr. Farthing met
with nn nccldont whllo on his skis
and wrenched his side qulto badly.
Ho succeeded In wnlklng eight miles
to Sisters after tho nccldont.
Tho following pupils aro on tho
roll of honor for tho month of No
vombor that It, thoy woro nolthor
absent nor lato: Vorn Klof, Georgo
Davis. John Allon. Irol Harrington,
Dorothy Tnylor, Vino Btldham. Jns
por Bobbins, Metola and Louise
Allen, Ruby South nnd Alf Qulborg.
Tho avorngo stnndlng In spoiling In
tho upper grades for tho month of
Novombor Is 98 por cont.
Slutors received a snowfall of flvo
Inches Saturday and tho weathor Is
now considerably coldor.
JacK Htldhum nnd Qcorcn wnnn
camo In from tho Wilson mill Satur-
Vorn Skolton wns In from Clover
Special featuros of tho work dono
In tho primary room nro: Paper
cutting, paper folding, clay modollng,
mnt weaving, sowing cards and paper
coloring und mounting.
Try a Bulletin Want Ad for quick
THIRTEEN CASES OF
FLU AT CLOVERDALE
CLOVBRDALB, .Nov. 2C -Thoro
nro at presont 13 casos of Spanish
Influenza In Clovordalo. Honry
uuum who iiiu iirsi io '00 sincKon
1 n 1 !! aillfln .1 A ft
hiiu mo wuu mm two cniiuron nro
now in. Air. ana Mrs. Oreono Board
and Frank Board uro also III. Six
And Investigate oar price
before baying your grocoriM.
We co mvo yon money.
MilUcas, Ore. Telephone
So hereafter all three brands
of WRIGLEYS will be wrapped
in pink paper and hermetically
sealed in wax.
Look for WRIGLEYS in the
pink-end package and take
your choice of the same
Be sure to
members of tho H ('
are sick Dr. Hyde
, Wilson family I
of Redmond N
tho attending physlclnn nnd was
Clovordalo on Sunday morning
Mrs. Robt. Burling left for Ta
coma on Tuesdny morning. She will
spend some time with friends and
relatives at Tho Dulles and Portland.
Mrs. Frank Burling and Mr. and
Mrs. I. B. Parberry accompanied her
to tho station.
Mrs. Fryrear of Squaw Creek was
a lunchoon guest nt the Greeno Beard
Greene Bonrd was brought home
from !owor Brldgo Friday morning
and Is III with Influonzn now,
Mrs. Irvln Parberry has been giv
ing thu Influenza serum to those who
want It during tho Inst few weeks.
Mrs. Cora Cutler nnd Mrs. Edith
Lowls spent several days at tho Par
berry home this week.
F. J. Burling Is operating tho
threshing machlnn at Lower Bridge
during II, Beard's' Illness.
Irvln and J. L. Parberry mndn a
trip to Bend and Sisters on Monday,
Mrs. Parton spont Sunday nt thu
Airs. Frank Burling nnd Mrs. Corn
Cutlor spent Monday afternoon nt
tho Parberry homo.
Mr. Bumsldo went to Redmond to
meet his parents from Illinois.
Curtis Christy wont to Redmond
Mondny, whoro ho loft for Joseph,
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclosn with Cc to Foley & Co.,
283G Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III.,
writing your nnmo and address
clearly. You will receive In return
n trial package containing Foley's
Honey und Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds nnd croup, Foley Kid
ney Pills und Foley Cathartic Tub
lets, Sold ovorywhero, -Adv.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt tho
City of Bond hnn taken up tho fol
lowing doscrlbed llvo stock, to-wlt:
Ono black horso, about 3 yours old,
white star In forehead, has boll on;
ono bay horso, about 7 years old,
branded R bur over top and J sign
lott Btlllo; ono bny horso, nbout 7
years old, brands undecipherable;
ono whlto mare, about 10 years old,
shod all around, brands undecipher
able; ono bay maro, about 10 years
old, shod In front, branded J or ro
versed G loft shoulder. Tho cost of
rodoomlng sulci llvo stock will bo
11.00 per day In addition to actual
oxponso of keoplng and cost of ad
vertising. In case of falluro to re
doom on part of ownor said llvo stock
will bo sold as provided by tho
charter of tho City of Bond on tho
FOR. SALE !
80 or 100 acres In tho R. W. 1-4
of Soo. 14, Tn. 17, S. H. 13 K.
This llos 8 miles oust and 3 inllos
north of Hond. Water right
fully jmld and ditch to hlifhost
point. 130 acres urablo. Muko
mo an odor, cush or trado,
C. F. BEUTEL,
7th day of December nt 3 p, in. at
L. A. W. NIXON.
Chief of Pollen und ox-OfflcIo
Right sldo; right oar crop-
OV pea; wattlo right hind leg.
O It I.. TY1VI UMm r
I. II. JOHNSON,
COiMIi IN AND
tmk rrJJSSELL TRACTOR,
BEAN AND PEA THRESHERS.
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