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What's Doing In The Country
SCHOOL AT LA PINE
SUFFERS FROM SNOW
LA PINK. Doc. 22 .Mrs. Kugcnc
Jensen entertained a few friends nt
her homo Thursday evening, the oc
casion bohiB her birthday anniver
sary. Tho evening was spent In
card playing and fortune tolling
trucks. Some of tho batteries
froio up Friday night.
Sunday school was hold at tho
Koss rcsldonco Sunday at 11:00
Tho following people registered nt
tho. I.n rino hotel during tho past
week. J. K. Sutlllf, R. Ij. Covey, H.
I). Hill. Jake Howard. Lloyd I.lno
'vllle. Casey Jones, Dean and CheS'
Mcr Holllnshend nil of La l'lne; It
Thn nronnnt worn: Mrs. nml Mr J. narvey oi oeiuuo; u, &. hoiijimi,
W. a. Kordhum, K. W. Weber, Miss I P. B. Mnllory, K. F. Stover and Al
Lilly Drown and Miss Rosa Huunell Orelser nil of Crescent: C. L. Mor-
, . , . . ,,,,,. I gan and P. B. Mnllory of Dnvls Lake;
Ernest Tomes and Jnmcs Dosek ( J fc . ,;
gave an Informal wcepUrn at tho ,,owc ot Corvn,g: GeorKO Mur.
Tomes resldonco Friday evening. Thol . nf .... . ., Ann,nirhr,, vr
Lr!"?lr"! W ", 2,"iS?A. Kreemnn. K. W. Care.-, and W.
consisted of dancing, card playing,
and games. An elaborate supper
was served. Thoso present were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Fordham, Mr.
and Mrs. Cavanaugb, Qcorgo May
Held, F. W. Weber, Robert Covey,
tho Misses Sly, Huunell, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fordham en
tertained a fow friends Wednesday
evonlng nt card playing, fortune tel
ling, and dnnclng. Those preent
were: F. W. Weber, Ernest Tomes,
James Doscli, Miss Rose Hunnell and
Miss LIUlo Brown.
A party consisting of W. L.
Towers of tho Oregon Agricultural
college, George. Murphy of Bend, J.
C. Cunningham, F. A. Freeman, and
F. W. Murphy, and W. A. Scott of
Portland camo in from tho Summit
station whoro they camped Friday
night. Thursday they camo all tho
way from Summer Lake to the Sum
mit station. Qcorgo Murphy broko
his arm while, cranking his car at
Summer Lake W. L. Powers was
nt La Pine, Bend and Redmond in
1912 doing agricultural work for the
O. A. C.
George McLaughlin opened up
tho road from La Pine to Bond with
his tractor Sunday, leaving La Pine
at 2:00 o'clock. B. L. Clark and
Burton Oney accompanied him to
repair tho telephone lino near tho
Vandevert ranch. W. D. Hill and
the driver of tho tractor also wero
with tho tractor or caterpillar.
Tho roof on tho north end of the
schoolhojse cured in Wednesday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and gave
tin "choolhouse such a loud Jar
that tho pupils In Miss Hunnell's
and Miss Brown's rooms camo run
ning out Into tho hall and went
down into the basement and school
was dismissed for tho day. A crew
of nine men were put to work shovel
ing on the caved In roof and the at
lenaanco at scnooi Thursday was
A. Scott of Portland.
Was IUMlrs With l'nln.
E. W. Kltt, It. F. D. 2. Box 9,
Snorters. Aln., writes: "I took Foley
Kidney Pills ns I was restless nt
night with pains In my back and side.
and they did mo good. 1 can truth
fully say Foley Kidney Pills is tho
medictno for kidney trouble." They
relievo rheumatic pains, stiff, swol
len joints, lameness, soreness.
EFFECTS OF SNOW
FELT IN MILLICAN
MILLTCAN Dec. 22. H. K
Cooke, Albert Tnuschir and Mary C,
Keller went to Bond with tho Taus-
chor car Saturday and had to return
by stago Monday.
J. J. Hollnnd and son Joe called
nt tho II. R. Keller homo Wednes
day. C. J, Cooke called at the Keller
Kino of C. H. Graffcubcrger's cal
ves ore missing.
Cliff Evans and Frank Percival's
sires died at tho J. A. Smith ranch
from exposure and lack of food, Fri
Wo experienced one of tho worst
storms In the recont history of MIDI-
can. Many cattle wero being taken
out on account of deep snow, severe
cold and lack of feed. Cliff Evans,
C. 'J. Cooke, R. It. Keller. J. A.
Smith took some out in this vicinity.
J. M. Janes took a bunch through
last wejjk. O. O. King of Brothers,
expects to tako somu out In a few
Tho mall routs Is very badly ham
pered, tho first class mall, being
, taken through on horse back
"E wish to express our appre
ciation for the generous pa
tronage tendered us during this
scasonfs Holiday shopping, and to
our many friends and patrons We
extend our wish for a Very Merry
Mrs. L. G. Morgan is In bed with
a bud cold.
The Smith's finally got back from
Bend Tuesday, after having broko
the frame of their car on the way in.
Mrs. L. G. Morgan returned from
t Bond Monduy with E. W. Gurney.
btio was one or the Smith party Sat
urday, going In to Bend.
L. G. Morgan called at the Keller
j,lB , homo Saturday.
ireu lernei caucu at tno Keller
home Thursday evening.
F. E. Leo is a dally caller at the
Quite a few cars aro stilled In tho
Mary M. Holland called at the Kel
ler homo Saturday.
twenty and only nineteen on Friday. L,nk rou'e has been discontinued al-
.Mr. Harrlman. Mr. HI. Mr. wavio. i "Winer,
Bill Johnson and Clifford Clow suc
ceeded in opening the road so that
the pupils from tho north end can
bo transported. Bill Johnson and
Clifford Clow went to the Masten
mill Friday and returned Saturday,
but they were unable to get a load
of lumber for the repairing of tho
roof at the schoolhouse on account
or tno deep snow.
George .Graft camo In from
ranch Friday on horseback.
Jay Saltzman who has been at
Beals since Tuesday evening with
the, mall for Fort Rock and Silver
Lake returned to La Pine Sunday.
Clarence Voung started for Bend
with tho mall' Tuesday evening but
succeeded in getting ns far as Har
per, where ho had to stay until the
following Monday morning.
i. II. Sprague, of Fort Rock,
walked from tho Brooks-Scanlon
camp to the Vandevert ranch Friday
and continued his Journey to La
Pino Saturday, and left for Fort
Rock Sunday to look after his cat
tle. Quito a number of people in La
Pine, are out of wood on account of
tho heay snow fall. Mr. Blco and
Mr. Swayze were hauling wood Sat
urday and Sunday.
Tho thermometer went 2 de
grees below zero on th evening of
December 12 and 30 below the next
night. Almost three feet of snow
fell in the vicinity of La Pino dur
ing tho storm period.
Quito a number of people shoveled
tho snow off their roofs. The La
Pino garage is full of cars and
(ho mull on tho route. It win tl.ti
flint Hum mull htm boon received for
noiuly two weeks on account of tho
Rasmus I'otorson iind J, A, Chnso
went to Itodmuud Thursday,
(). M. Anderson wiih In Redmond
on husluess Saturday,
Antliou Ahlstrniii iii-compiinled liy
Mrs, O. B. Anderson worn In Red
mond Krlduy to do some trading,
Mr mid Mrs. Ed H will ley accom
panied by Rev. Johnson went to lloud
J, A, Chnso was In Redmond on
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Anderson left
Monday night for Port laud. From
there they will go to western Wash
ington whoie they will spend tho
holidays and visit friends and nila
lives Loin, tho youngest daughter of
.Ms 1M H will ley Iijih been quite III
thn last week but Is Hteadlly Improv
ing. F 11, Ilnuglimun ncrouipaiiled by
Miss Ruth Kaesomoye,r was In Red
mond on .Saturday.
Mr Sullivan went to Deschutes mi
Rasmus Peterson's new nnmhln.t
shed fell in from tin) heavy weight
Alfred Pedersen and II T Mlk
kelson wero business visitors In Red
mond on Saturday.
J, W, Peterson liiitelini'ed n cow
thin week which h hoIiI In lloml
J, I), Wliltn Weill to lltuid on
Tuesday returning on Wednesday
II. T Mlkluilmni mid Alfied Poder
son went to Deschutes lluiiiluy nftui'
some fend limy had shipped down
from Redmond. Mis. MIIYIioIhuii uv
couipiinled t tin in ns fur ns IIiiiinoh'h
where hIio stayed ami visited uuii
Mr mid Mm. U. 10. Anderson wun
guests of Mr, and Mrs, V, II timv
at dinner Sunday,
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Eight Children Had Croup.
"I have eight children und Klvo
Foley's Honey and Tar to nil of
them," writes Mrs. P. Rehkamp,
2404 Herman St.. Covington, Ky.;
"they all were subject to croup." It
loosens mucus and phlegm, stops
that strangling cough, makes easy
breathing possible and permits quiet
sleep. Contain no opiates. Child
ren like It. Sold Everywhere.
SNOW IS CAUSE OF
LOSS TO FARMERS
GRANGE HALL, Dec, 23 Don
Slaughter Is moving on tho Denser
place north of Deschutes. He will
deliver milk to Deschutes to be ship
ped to Bend, it Is stated.
jBL cm- rrap
S THE END OF THE YEAR DRAWS
NEAR AND WE ENJOY THE PLEAS
URE OF THIS MERRY HOLIDAY
SEASON, MAY WE INTERRUPT YOU A
MOMENT TO WISH FOR THE COMING
YEAR THAT YOU MAY ENJOY THE BEST
THE WORLD AFFORDS NOT FAME.
NOR POWER. NOR WEALTH. BUT
y Health and Happiness
Th Bt, or Bvrmtam Bnvici
The First National Bank
Lcstex Moore moved to Bond lust
week. Ho will deliver milk In the
Mnll Is being delivered to tho star
route on horseback this wook.
Le .May's big hay barn caved In
from tho weight of tho snow. Tho
barn was full of hay. Also Bill
Warnstatf's barn and Blllndeaux'
goat burn went down.
Mr. II. Holgcsen, O. Dahlo. Fr.
Reynolds, E. B. Butler and Charlie
Lowe all braved tho snow tho early
part of tho week to shop In Bend.
The deiplscd horse has suddenly
came Into promlnonce since tho
snow. And tho gas eiiAin aro be
Iid; abandoned. Sovcrul ar woii
nlrudoned be'ore tholr, owners
rrrcnod homo V'cdi.csday evjili.r
!.. Beobco s auto I.i p.uiMilv
raiting near Grtigo Hall u.iti: ill'
snow melts. Mr. Noff, tho It. F. D,
carrier, had to abandon his car near
Mr. Mosler's ranch, and Gordon Dutt
also left his car In tho Cro'o ranch
nnd reached homo Wednesday nltfht,
but Kenneth Dutt was not o for
tunate. Ho spent two duyi at tho
said ranch beforo ho could get
After a few days wait In Bond, un
til the storm had ceased, Miss Ida
Young returned homo from u visit
Mrs. Lester returned homo from
Wisconsin last week. She. was able
to get to the ranch tho oarly part
of the week by riding horsuhack.
Mrs. C. M. Rasmussen spent Sat
urdiV and Sunday In this neighbor
hood on account of bad roads.
Esther Erlckson culled at tho Hel-
gosen homo Sunday .
Mr. F. A. Nelson was a Bond vis
L. C. Young butchered a cow for
P. J. Young Friday.
II. Helgescn butchered live flno
hogs Wednesduy. Mr. I'osko helped
Tho snow caught many urmers
with scant, supply of wood. But
what mndo matters worse they could
not find their axes which they de
clare they left on the wood pile. It
wns a question Just where the wood
Lester Mnoro drove his dairy cons
which ho had sold, through tho deep
snow Wednesduy to Powell Butte.
Mrs. C. M. Rasmussun leans Wed
nesday, for her homo near Deschutes
to spend tho holidays.
Mr. O. Dahlo took tho Grunge
Hull pupils to school on a sled Tuck
day nnd Wednesday .
Mr. and Mrs. O. Dahlo and Gladys
Dahlo went to Bend on their sled
WE WISH YOU ALL
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
We take tln'i opportunity to txprrn our tfratitui) to our many
patron for their (fencrou patronage Jurinif tlie pait year.
Keep in mind that we are alwayi at your Jervice anJ tint our
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Eugene Palmer, Lawrence, Mass ,
writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar re
lieved mo of a cough from which I
suffered for weeks. You havu my full
permission to use my name In any
advertising." Foloy's Honey and
Tur checks colds, cuts tho phleKm,
soothes lullamed membranes, clears
breathing passages. Sold Everywhere.
MAIL TO FARMERS
IS LONG DELAYED
PLEASANT RIDGE. Dec. IT,.
Fred Seeling left for Blnlue, Wash
ington, Tuesday night to visit his
mother who lives there
Tho mnll carrier camo through
Saturday on horseback and brought
tho typehnr system,
carriage and escape
munt wheel of tho
Woodstock with those
of other typowrltors
and, you will readily
understand why this
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too which adds to Its
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