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DAILY KDITION, REND, ORKtJON, THURSDAY, DKCKMUKR SO, 1018
ALFALFA HAY SOLD
BY PLAINVIEW MAN
PLAINVIBW. Hoc. 19. Alex
Levoront sold 40 tons of alfalfa liny
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Clark, Mm.
Louzottn Pulllan and Mrs. A. W.
Armstrong woro shoppers in Dcnd,
Miss Constanco Knickerbocker re
turned to Rond to rcsumo her High
school studies last week.
A. W Armstrong has hauled sev
eral loads of rye to Redmond the
Mrs. Paul Scroggln returned home
from Portland last Tuesday after
spondlng several weeks.
Word has focon received that
Louise Glllet and daughter, Grace,
former Plalnview residents, have
been ill with influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Scoggln and
Homer Connloy were callers nt the
Tlno Tree mill last Thursday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. H. T Hartley were
business callors in Dcnd Saturday.
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker and
daughter, Itoo, wero week-end visi
tors In Bend.
Miss Graco Riggs has been 111 with
a light attack of influenza.
George Calverley has been work
ing at tho Hartley ranch the past
iMr. and Mrs. Armstrong and Mr.
and Mrs. Connley called at the J A.
W. Scoggln home Sunday afternoon.
POWELL BUTTE DRIVE
POWELL BUTTE, Dec. 24. Mrs.
S. D. Mustard, captain of tho Red
Cross drivo in Powell Butte commu
nity reports fine work has been done
6y her lieutenants, who aro Mos
dames. E. A. Bussett, Ross Bussott,
Gates, Rice. Arnold, and Wallace
Smith. This part of Crook county
will go over tho top without a doubt.
Elop Johnson former merchant
and postmaster at Powell Butto ar
rived Sunday night with his son,
Ted to spend Christmas with his
daughter, airs. Ross Bussett and her
Mrs. Arthur Wurzweiler and Mrs.
E. II. Stewart were shopping in
Miss Fay Bussett who is teaching
tho Edwards school has two weeks
vacation at this holiday time to close
her school as many others did on
account of Influenza.
Mis Katsch went to Portland
Wednesday night where she expected
to meet her brother, who has recent
ly been In the army.
Mrs. E. A. Bussett has gono to
Portland and Vancouver to visit
friends and relatives nnd also to
jneet her son Lloyd, who is returning
from an eastern cantonment where
ho has been in training. Sho will bo
accompanied home by her mother,
Mrs. Brown, who has been visiting
with her two daughters in Vancou
ver Boveral -months.
Miss Martha Horigan of Prine
ville visited at tho Truesdale home
last wee. Sho was accompanied
homo of Paulino Truesdalo who vis
ited Jn Prlnevillo a couplo of days.
Ed. Barnard's family havo moved
to tho cottago on tho Ross Bussett
placo to reside temporarily until
their new homo is completed on tho
George Truesdalo mado a business
visit to Deschutes Monday,
Frank Klssler mid George Trues
dalo were delivering beef to tho resi
dents on tho Ochoco project Satur
day. Mr. Klssler had more orders
than ho could fill.
S. D. Mustard is ill at his home
I with Influenza. Ho is roported to bo
Improving at present writing.
Work on Peter Paul's now hlmo Is
I progressing nlcoly. They hope to be
able to movo Into It In about two
A letter was received from Will
Pauls last week. Will had Just ar
rived "over thoro" when tho armis
tice was signed. Ho hopes to bo re
turned homo soon.
Mrs. Mary Truott extends her
thanks to tho men who so gencrnous
ly donated work on her house, thus
aiding her to occupy it much sooner
than sho had anticipated, They wero
Gcorgo Truesdale, Frank and Georgo
Klssler, B. Manceau, J. McDantol, E.
L. Iverson and Fred Snyder.
It Pays to Patronize Our Adver-
(PARTY IS GIVEN
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE, Dec. 24.
A party was glvon at tho homo of
W. II. Gray Saturday evening, tho oc
casion being Mr. Gray's birthday. The
evening was Bpent in social converse
and music. A delightful lunch was
sorved by Mrs. Gray. Tho guests
woro: Mr. nnd Mrs. II, T. Mlkkolson,
Alfred Mlkkolson, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E.
Anderson, Anton Ahlstrom, Pasmus
Peterson, Cathcrlno Johanscn and
Mrs. Kd Smalloy is roported to bo
recovering from the "flu."
Marsh Aubrey returned to Bend
Wednesday nttor spending several
days at tho Gray home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Baughman nnd
family wero Bend visitors Wednes
day. Ernest Frank was In Redmond on
Fred C. Seeling loft Saturday
night for Blaine, Wash., where he
will visit with his mother during tho
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson wont
to Bend on Thursday.
Mrs. J. A. Chaso and daughter,
Etta were Redmond visitors Monday
Mrs. L. A. Brandenburg received
word that her brother Fred Hunnel
had died at Portland of tho Spanish
Influenza. Mr. Hunnel formerly
lived In this neighborhood and at ono
tlmo was rider on tho Smalloy ditch.
Anton Ahlstrom was In Redmond
John Edwards was a Bend visitor
iMr. and Mrs. Hans Mlkkclscn wero
In Redmond on Friday.
Con Brecn of Alfalfa was In this
neighborhood soveral days this week
looking after his sheep.
Mr .and Mrs. O. E. Anderson ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Gray wero shopping in Bend Wednes
day. C. M. Redfleld and family of Des
chutes called at tho Anderson homo
Mr. and Airs. N. D. Wood and chil
dren nnd Mrs. Emma Houghtallng
wero Redmond visitors Saturday.
Those attending tho farmors' meet
ing In Redmond Saturday from this
vicinity were: Rasmus Petersen, O.
E. Anderson, Anton Ahlstrom, F. B.
Baughman and Mr. Hosklns.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Andorson wero
In Redmond on business Monday af
ternoon. Mrs. Emma Houghtallng Is staying
at tho Armstrong homo during the
Illness of Mrs. C. B. Armstrong.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Cath
nrlno Johanscn made a business trip
to Bend Friday.
Mr. and iMrs. J. A. Chaso and
daughter, Etta, were shopping in
LOWER BRIDGE BOYS
BACK FROM S. A. T. C.
LOWER BRIDGE, Dec. 24. Dar
win Walters and Paul Brookings re
turned Wednesday evening from Oro
gon Agricultural College where thoy
wero in S. A. T. C. Paul Brooking
was taking gas engineering and
Darwin Walters was doing foundry
Mrs. George Roberts was visiting
Tuesday, at tho Hosklns and Wal
Mr. L. A. Hunt was In Bend Fri
day. IMr. and Mrs. A. S. Holmes and
family wero Redmond visitors Sat
urday, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hunt and Mrs.
R. S. Towno wero shopping In Bend
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Fuller who has
been ill with influenza aro recov
C. P. Boles was in Bend on Busi
George Tuckwell Is now working
for T. J. Guifoy.
Mr. nnd "Mrs. Young and Mrs.
Frank Newbold wero Redmond vis
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman
woro shopping In Redmond Thurs
day. Mr. A. C. Ilausor arrived Saturday
from Silver Lake with his cattle.
Tho Diatomlto plant at tho Lower
Bridgo is running full blast with day
and night shifts.
Mr, Lelghton who is staying at the
Fullers is trapping for coyotes.
Mr, Cathro, superintendent of tho
Diatomlto plant left Tuesday oven-
Ing (or Portland whuro ho will spend
IMr. C. S. Ilosplng was In Red
mond Saturday, to attend ngrlout
tural council mooting.
IS SOLD IN BEND
PINEHURST, Doc. 24. I). W.
Dietrich has sold his hay to Auno
Bros., of Bond and commenced hhitl
lit It Monday.
Last week was butchering woek
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Qpnugh, Ruth
Bnyloy, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pholps
nnd daughtor woro holiday shopporn
In Bend Saturday.
F. V. Swtshor was a business visi
tor In Bond on Saturday, taking In
a loan of mutton, veal, etc., for tho
Ruth Bnyloy, Violet 8pnugh nnd
Myrtle Spnugh woro guests of Miss
Ethel Snyder Sunday.
I. E. Winner hauled a load of
tamarac lumber from tho Tumnlo
Russell Doltorlch was thrown
from his poncy ono day this week,
nnd received n badly Bpralncd arm.
Mrs. Garner was among tho
Christmas shoppers In Bend Thurs
day. Basil Baylcy is a new pupil In tho
sixth grado, entering school this
John Ballmnn and family were
down from the mill Saturday and
woro guests at tho C. M. Pholps'
Messrs. Gcrklng and Smith havo
purchased a part of C. II. Spaugh'a
Mr. and Mra. C. W. Howell, Mr.
and Mrs. I. E. Winner nnd Ethol
Snyder wero shopping In Bond Wed
nesday. W. E. Searcy Is erecting n new
born ou his farm In Sunnysldo this
.Mrs. G. M. Couch spent tho after
noon nt tho A. J. Hartcr farm
Harry McGuIro hauled several
loads of potatoes to Deschutes for
shipment this week.
C. F. Montgomery was a caller at
I. E. Winner's Wednesday.
Ivy Snyder spent Sundny with
homo folks, returning to tho Star
B. A. O'Donnell nnd family, of
Bend, woro business visitors In Pino
C. W. Howell was In Bend Satur
day with a nlco lot of dressed tur
koys for the Christmas trado.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McGuIro spent
Friday evening nt tho C. W. Howell
"FLU" DANGER PAST
STAUFFER, Dec. 24. Everyone
has recovered from tho "flu" suffi
ciently to bo up and around again.
However school will not open tilt
after New Year's.
Ho Was Weak and All Hun Doun.
"I thought my kidneys might bo
tho causo of my rundown condition
and wenkness," writes W. II. Frcnr.
63 Myrtlo Avo., Albany, N. Y., "so I
took Foloy Kldnoy Pills and thoy did
tho work. I .chcorfully recommend
them. You can use my namo whor-
evor you wish." Thoy stop rheu
matic aches. Sold everywhere.
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Mr, Kwdnrds, of Bund, passed
through our valley Sunday,
Roy Stuuffor, who went to Bund
a woek ago, returned homo Thurs
day by doctor's order, lie In Just
recovering front tho "flu."
Edgar Ltvemty who wont to Demi
to stay with Ills aunt, Mrs. Smith, Is
reported to ho about thu name. Mr.
Llvi'sny has been III with tho "flu"
for over u month.
Mr. Knsspohl Is staying at tho
Guh Mcl.outh homo whllo Mr. Llvo
say Is nt Bund.
Mr. McLouth has been spending
sovornl days looking for some of his
cnlves that seem to havo strayed
Gus Mcl.outh mndo n business trip
to Buck Crook this wook.
Ben Rhodes Is gathering cnttle tor
Guy Brown nnd Ben Rhodes nudo
a trip to Paisley Inst weok to get Mr.
Rhodes' horses, which ha lost Inst
Wesley and Robert Mcl.outh wero
callers at tho Stautfer ranch Mon
day. Influenza (Jets Old nnd Ynuntf.
"Grip" nnd "Flu" coughs should
not bo nogluctod. Profit by tho ox-
purlnnco of thousands like Mrs. Mary
Klsby, 3C33 Princeton Ave.. Spokane.
wnsii., wno writes: "Our llttlo boy
found relief In wonderful Foley's
Honey nnd Tar. It surely cured mo
I am 75 years old; had very bad
cough from la grippe." Sold ovory-
PROGRAM HELD AT
PLAINVIEW, Dec. H. Tho Plain
view school closed tor tho Christmas
holidays today. There wns a tlno
program and Christmas tree at thu
school houso In tho afternoon.
Misses Luelln and Josephlno Bur
gess and Hazel Wlkstrom from Mon
mouth arrived from Bend last Wed
nesday overling to spend tholr vaca
tion nt tho Box ranch.
A tlno lotter hns Just been received
from Roy Hearth stating ho Is stn
tloned In Paris at thu present tlmo
doing government work.
Gcorgo Cnlvorloy will leave Bend
this evening for Oregon City whoru
ho will spend some tlmo with his pa
rents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hartley wor callors
at tho Knickerbocker ranch Satur
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Scoggln, Misses
Luolla nnd Josephine Burgess nnd
Miss Wlkstrom wero dinner guests
nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. 0 rover
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln vis
ited at tho A. W. Armstrong homo
Crvnl for "Flu" ami "Grip" Coughs.
"I had an nwtul cold that loft me
with a dreadful cough," says Mrs. M
E. Smith, Benton, La. " Bought
Foley's Honey and Tnr of our drug
gist and It cured mo completely."
This grand remedy should bo In every
nousoitoiu nt tins time, wlion Inllu-
enzn., grip, coughs and colds aro so
prevalent. Contnlns no opiates. Sold
every where Adv.
For Quick Results.
Try a Wnnt Ad.
YOU KNOW OF
Any New Build'og
Social Function! ' '
A Real Eittle Traniaclion
Anylhing that ii of Interrtt '
Phone it to
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
MiLUcaa, Ore. Telephone
who wns clio win R nnd
swapping yarns witli tho
men on (no Post Office
corner. "Havo- a chow,"
says ho to Jnkc. Jnko
doesn't think, he's chew
ingunlcss his check bulges
out liko ho had the mumps.
"Cnll that v chew?" ho
snorts. "Sure!!1- snys the
esLcn piece pacKea in a poucn
1 .MiWLntYiVl-iK't rfIiyH'WTll 'L'illW-lfc
FOR NEW REPUBLIC
Preli!cnt Will lltiw l,ni Pimer
Than In America, Hut Itepre-
M'litntlvc I'Vatiirrx Aro
(It? Unltnl I'm ti Th IVnil llullrtln.)
HERMN, Dec. 23. Tho constitu
tion of tho (lermnn republic, drawn
by a committee headed by Hugo Von
Prass, secretary of tho Interior,
closely follows the gonorat plnn of
tho American constitution, It Is an
nounced. Tho central nnd state gov
ernments will bear exactly thu same
relations to each other as now ob
tains In tho United Htntos.
Tho power of tho president will
be somewhat mora restricted than
that of tho American executive Tho
li'KNIntho nNrnbly will bo rniM
ed of an equal number of represen
tatives from each of thu H proposed
Tho union of Gorman-Austria with
Ilavarla Is planned In tho outllno of
n supplementary program submitted
by Horr von Unlock.
ro.NHKIXH is vi!.u:i
ZURICH, Dec. 23. Tho work
men's nnd soldiers' council has
called u congress of tho councils from
nil parts of aormnny for January C,
according to it Berlin dispatch.
WASHINGTON, I), C, Dec. 23,
Tilsit, Memol, Instorherg und othur
cities In Hast Prussia, havo been oc
cupied by Prussian Lithuanians who
rovolted from Herman authority, ac
cording to advices reuchlng Wash
ington, Tho (lurmun press, admit
ting this situation, gravely vluwn tho
affairs of Hast Prussia from u (lor
FUNERAL IS HELD
FOR J. J. MUTZIG
Hervlros on 8,'lnl Anniversary
lllrtli Kntlicr of Ilcnil Man
Well Known Hero.
On tho 83rd anniversary of his
birth, nnd In tho town whoro all his
long life was spont, tho funoral of
Jacob J. Mutzlg took placo yesterday
nt Pittsburg, Pa. Mr. Mutzlg dlod
Inst Friday morning. Ho was tho
father of Roppoll I). Mutzlg, now a
roaldont of Portland, but largoly In-
FOR. SALE !
80 or 1(10 iioros In tho 8. W. 1-4
of Sec. 11, Tit. 17, 8. It. 13 B.
This lies 8 in 1 1 oh oast and 3 miles
north of Ilond. Water right,
fully paid und ditch to highest
point. 130 acres arable. Muko
mo un olTor, cash or trado.
C. F. BEUTEL,
snlesmnn. "This Ifc Real
Gravely, That small cltew
satisfies, nnd tho longer
you cliuw it tho better it
taatcs.Thnt'8 why it doesn't
cost anything oxtrn to
chew this class of tobacco."
It, f Win till Uu uUm milk'
torcatcd In Bend Tho elder Mulilg
nns well known tu this locality, hav
ing spent part of several sum mors
hero since 1903 and acquired con
siderable property In Deschutes
county For thu past 35 years ho was
ongngud In tho bnnklng business In
Pittsburg, and ho had extensive
really Interests there Ho left n son
and three daughters
.MINIMIS ItlMCUi: (O.MU.MIIM
FROM PRISON, Tlli:.V VAlNliV
ATTACK SOt.lHIJItS' AND WORK-
(It Unite! I'r... to Th lWmt llullrtln.)
ZURICH, Dec. 23. Bloody slreot
fighting between tho forces of tho
-workmen's and soldiers' council and
the Spartaclden, wns reported hero
todny. .Mnuy casualties resulted, and
the Spartaclden wero apparently de
feated. Rioting slnrtod when strike lead
urs at tho Ilottorr mluo wero arrested
by agents of tho workmen's, miners'
and soldiers' council. Tho Sparta
cities obtaining ro-onforcetnents, at
tacked tho prison, released their
comrades, and Imprisoned tho Soviet
An armed mob Inter inarched upon
tho Molllor mine, attempting to de
stroy tho plnnt. Thu workmen and
soldlera, planting machine guns at
ntratoglc points, unit tho rioters with
a deadly flro, dispersing tho attack
ing parly. Many fell, dead or se
ON CAMPAIGN GIFTS
Senate VoMw for 100 Per Cent Tax
I.uxurlc to Remain In
Tho Ilovenuo lllll.
(Ily Unltnl Pri U The lln! llullrtln.)
WAHIIINOTON, I). 0., Dec. 23.
Ily a vote of 34 to 28, tho sonnto
adopted an amendment today lovylng
a tax of 100 por cent on nil cam
paign contributions In excess of '0.
Luxuries will stay In tho rovontlo bill,
for tho senntu, by a voto of 38 to 32,
dofoatod tho amendment that would
havo eliminated a largo number of
such taxes from tho houso bill.
nit RJJSSELL TRACTOR,
UUILTIH ALU Slits
BEAN AND PEA THRESHERS.
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