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What's Doing In TheCountry
RSEY YEARLING CLAIMS BUTTEtafeECOBb
. AT LOWER BRIDGE
LOWKU DUIDCIE. Jan. 1- Mr.
nmt Mrs. Joe Howard spent Christ
inas nt Mrs, Dietrich nt Terrebonne.
Mrs. A. J. Fuller nnd Mrs. C. P.
Hosklns wero shopping In lledtnoud
Hoy Kidder wns In Redmond on
Mrs.'Einmu Fuller arrived on
Thuradny from Oorvallls to visit a
week with her son A. J. Fuller nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. rimer enter
tained nt dinner on Christmas. Mr.
nnd Mrs. It. S. Towne. Chnrlle HIs
cock iind Frank Newport.
G. E. StadlK was In Kedmond on
business Monday afternoon.
Mr. nnd rMs. C. F. Hosklns and
inmlly were Bend visitors on Satur
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Holmes and
family, Fred Walters nnd Dennis
Kujit were, dinner guests at tho Hos
klns homo or Christmas.
Darwin Walters returned to Ked
mond on Wednesday to resume his
work at the Spokesman office.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster were guests
on Christmas atthe, Updike home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hosklns entertained
n number of friends at a Christmas
party on Christmas night.
Mrs. Bach nnd family left on Frl-;
.day for Portland whero they will
make their home.
Money Cannot liny Any Kctter.
E. D. Grnppe, a leading merchant
of St. Maurice. La., writes: "For a
cathartic I especially recommend
Foley Cathartic Tablets, knowing as
I do that money cannot buy any bet
ter." Thoy net promptly, without
pain or nausea. They clear tho
bowels, sweeten tho stomach and
tone up tho liver. Not habit forming.
illonclbiih, n lady of colcv Dora Sly.
I A dnneo was given afterward with
music by tho Walker orchestra.
Miss Judith Donahue returned
from the Oregon Agricultural collego
for n three weeks vacation to spend
with her parents.
Miss Llllyo Urovvn and Miss Hoso
Hunnell spent their Christinas vaca
tion nt Uend.
Ernest Tomes nnd James L. Dosok
were dinner guests at tho .lerolf
Matt Hubor was nt Uend Wednes
day. Carl lines and Mrs. Manning went
to Silver Lake Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Cavnnaugh
and Dora Sly nto their Christinas
dinner at tho Neal Sly ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark and
daughter Helen and son Johnny. Mr.
nnd Mrs. George W. McLaughlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hlggins and
Miss Gertrude Mills nto their Christ
mas dinner at tho La Pino hotel.
Georgo Mnyflcld Is spending tho
holidays at Portland with his wlfo
who Is a patient nt St. Vincent's
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eng nnd Mrs. Eiit
gene Jensen and children went to
Mend Wednesday to spend their
Christmas with relatives.
Tho caterpillar started for Dead
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Clark and chil
dren and F. W. Weber wero dinner
guests at the Carl Wlso ranch Sat
urday. Tho eaves of tho schoolhousa nro
being reinforced all around -the build
ing by braces. Fred Sblntaffcr has
churge of tho construction work.
Ernest Tomes. James Dosok and
F. W. Weber we.ro dinner guests nt
tho Wm. Foss residence Christmas
J. O. HofTmnn came In from Prlne
ville Saturday to spend ChARtmns at
AMATEUR PLAY IS
GIVEN AT LA PINE
LA PINE, Jan. 1. Tho play, "Dot,
the Miner's Daughter" presented by
pupils of tho La Pino high school
Tuesday evening was enjoyed by a
crowd that completely filled tho com
mercial club hall. The evening's en
tertainment was opened with recita
tions and followed by a dialogue en
titled. "Christmas In Naughty Land"
by pupils from the primary and inter
mediate rooms which was followed
by tho play. A dance was given and
music by the Walker orchestra. Each
pupil gave an excellent portrayal of
his or her part. 'There was an abun
dance of dash ana lifo in the play.
The evening's entertainment and cast
of characters follows:
Recitation Margaret Rabcr.
Recitation Spencer Jensen.
Dialogue "Christmas In Naughty
Recitation Gerald Fordham.
Recitation Helen Masten.
Song Jewel Swayre.
Cast of CliariictriN,
David Mason, a farmer Bill Hill.
Herbert Mason. David's son Just from
collego Clifford Clow.
Royal Meadows, Foster son of Mrs.
Cllffton Crawford Donuhue.
Arthur Floyd, a vllllnn Harry Hill.
George Clifton, a returned Callfor
nian James Doming.
Parson Swift, an astonished clergy
man F. W. Weber.
Bill Tory, Floyd's Confederate Leo
Brewster, Police ofllcer Bill John
son. Ebony, a colored Individual Clyde
Mrs. Mason, David's wife Marlon
Dolorls, Llllte Bogue.
Mrs. Clifton. Georgo Clifton's desert
ed wlfo Kathleen Masten.
Winifred Clifton, Mrs. Clifton's
daughter Helftn Clark.
Coughed Night and Day.
John Vognue. Elbcrton. Ga..
writes: "I coughed night and day
any my throat was raw nnd sore. I
got a, bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tnr and my condition began to Im
prove and in a few days I was as
well as ever. In my opinion Foley's
Is the best cough medicine made."
Best for colds, croup, whooping
cough. Children like it.
CHICKENS LOSE FEET
AND WALK ON STUMPS
GRANGE HALL, Jan. 1. Mnny
sheepmen In tho neighborhood lost
sheep during the storm. Among
them were Messrs Lester nnd Cots-
Jerry Williamson reports thnt
some of his chickens froze their feet
so completely that the legs broke off
above tho feet and tho birds wero
walking around on the stumps which
were left.' He soon put them out of
Miss Mable Dahle is at home this
week as the B. H. S. Is closed for
Miss Fay Smith is also enjoying
the week at home with her parents.
C. Williamson hauled a load of
hay to the Tom Merchant ranch tho
Jlrst part of tho week.
L. C. Young went to Bend on busi
George Erlcksen ventured to town
T In his car Tuesday.
Mrs. C. M. nuswiusscu Is at her
home near Deschutes for the Christ
S. A. Dutt lost his best cow Tues
day morning from eating hay from
tho damp stack.
Mrs. Julius Pedersen left Friday
for Seattle, whero her mother is ser
Mrs. O. Dahle and Mrs. E. E. But
ler are enjoying a visit with their
brother from Norway. Tho sisters
have not seen the brother since be
was a small boy.
Miss Katharine Helgesen and Mr,
F. A. Nelson and family called at tho
uanie hone Sunday.
All records for tho production of butler Is elnlmod for LuIh
Alphoa of Ashburn, registered yonrllng. She produced 1.1,689
pounds of milk, or 1000 pounds of butter In tho year ending Nov
1, which was 100 pounds more than she herself weighs. The milk
tested 5.S5 per cent butter fat or 50 per cent more than tho law re
quires. Her feat Is said to be five times as much as ordinary produc
tion. Sho is shown hero with her owner, J. J. Van Klock. at tho
American Jersey tinttlo Club show.
Mrs. C. M. Ilnsmusseu uud Mis
Dorothy Young wero Sunday visitors
at tliu Chnrle.i Williamson home.
Mr. Forkclscn was fortunuto In
getting a fine Hereford cow, cheap at
tho Tumalo sale last week. L'nder
Mr. Forkelson's cdlclont care the cow
Is mnklng u record which is making
tho blue ribbon cows of the vicinity
MILLICAN. Jan. 1. Mr. Dykstra
moved his family to Bend tho past
R, R. Keller sold 7 milk cows to
Firil To.ilol Thursday.
Jfhn Ho'lruul returned fri.n llid
Friday evening. R. It. Killer ic
turned Snturdny evening.
Fred Torrlel was homo a few I ys
Mrs. Mary Rosin inl 2 "hllJrtn
nro vlMdng tit tho Holland Koine be
fore leaving for California, to join
her mother, brother nnd 2 Mile
daughters, who loft with their grand
Leo Keller enmo out Suudiy and
returned to Bend Sundnv. with hi
children, Helen and Unroll. They
will now live with their father for
Ferdinand Tauscher went to Bend
tho 22nd to make tlnnl proof on his
homestead tho 23rd.
Wo wish to extend congratula
tions to Leo Tauscher and bride who
wero recently married nt Bend.
I Mrs. Mitchell Smith nnd Mrs.
George Smith uro making nn extend
ed visit at their respective homes,
they left Tuesday.
Wo are glad to report Mrs. L. G.
Morgan well again, nfter (julto a
long spell of sickness. Mrs. J. A.
Smith helped at tho Morgan home
during Mrs. Morgan's Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Morgan enter
tained all tho mon folks of the Bea
ver Land Company ranch that are
in this neighborhood, at Christmas
Miss Parker, teacher in district 24
is spending her Christinas vacntlon
O. O. King returned from Bend
Mr. Fleming camo out to his home
stead with Lo Keller Saturday and
returned to Bend Wednesday. Ho
got his place in shape, as ho and his
wlfo who is now-at Hood Itlvor, ex
pect to move onto their homestead
In the near future.
L.'G. Morgan called at tho Keller
homo, Christmas morning.
Oscar Shear has been on tho sick
The World Will Look
Brighter to You
if you have a few hundred dollars saved for
the day when you will need them.
You'll find' saving to hs a pleasure.
Our Savings Department Pays 4co
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
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jr 1 BffifijHjf mfg
sldoring tho severe storms of tho past
11. L. Ilurrtght Itrt Snturdny for
Seattle to visit his mother, Lester
Hollowny of Hedmond. Is looking
nfter his interests during his lib
Mlns Vcrnn Shults who has been
quite III with threatened pneumonia
tho past two weeks Is Improving.
MIhs Bcntrlco Billiard teacher of
the Alfalfa school Is spending her va
cation with home folks at Tumalo.
Orvlllo Shults of tho Crook County
high school has been spending tho
holidays with hi parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Hhults.
Ilnlph Ferry who Is attending
school in Oorvullls is visiting home
folks In Alfalfa.
Win. Spencor nnd family. Rasco
Coonsy nnd Austin Barber spent
ChrlstmaH day nt tho messenger
homo ul Powoll Butte.
Air. nnd Mrs. McGulru and Mrs.
Itejnolds of Powoll Butto spent
Christinas with Carl Lursoti at the
Henry Maruxkn Is visiting with ret
ntlves at Elk. Washington.
The Jolly Neighbors club nnd tho
teacher, MIm Dullard surprised tho
school children and nil tho little
folks ut the neighborhood with candy
and nuts Chrlstmns Eve.
A dnnco was given at tho Alfalfa
hall Saturday ovenlng.
Mnrshnll II. Huberts Joined homo
folks for Christinas nt Center, Colo.,
whero ho will engage In electrical
count of tho heavy snow unit Christ
Mr. mill Mrs. Vorn I.lvoBfty, Mr.
Coihey Mvi'Huy mul iliu Mtuurtii ami
Lilies from Bond worn kiionib to
PhrlMtmiiH dinner nt tho llnrtluy
The O. 1), O. will hold Its regular
luuotluit mi Thursday uftuniooii,
January 8. with lha President, Mrs.
Mrs. M. J. Vun Tiuwol Is ulowly Im
proving after u severe, attack of lu
Mrs, Miilcolu Volgt Iiiih returned
homo utter HnomlDig hovoiui iiiuiitlm
In Portland. She walked inont of tho
way between Tuimilo mid her home
and wits nearly exhaiiMted from tra
veling In tho deep snow.
Mips Jo Burgess of lloud spout
part of Christinas week at thn Box A
Mr, uud .Mm. J. I), McKlnnoy of
HlHtr.ru. worn guests for Christmas
at the huuiu of John McKlnnoy.
Misses Hno ii ml Comiln Knicker
bocker wero guests ut thu Hartley
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ileunett mid
family, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. W, Kcog
gin, Mr. and M,rs, A. W. Armstrong
nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. P. A, Kcog
gin, Mr. and Mrs. If, A, KcoiirIii and
George Calverluy wero guests for
Christmas dinner at tho homo of H,
L. Ilurgois nt thu Pine Tree mill.
Mr, and .Mrs. (J F. Chulfuu uro
enjoying tho holidays with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Piillluui wero
cnllers In Sisters Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. I.nuls Ileunett mid
children returned to their home in
Sliver Lnkn Friday nfter visiting for
several weeks at tho J. A. W. Scog
J. I), Elk(us inuilo n husluesH trip
to Prlnuvllle hist week. '
A number of calves, horses, colls,
chickens nnd sheep wero lost by
Plaluvlew ranchers during tho big
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colfelt and
family wero guests at tho lions homo
A number of friends enjoyed a
plensant ovoulng at the J. M. McKln
noy homo last Saturday. Curds were
tho principle form of entertainment.
Excellent refreshments wero served
by thu hostQss.
Mr and Mrs, II. A. Scogglu and
Miss Jo Burgess attended the Til Il
eum ChrlHtmiis party nt thu It. N.
Fllcklngerhqmo Friday evening.
A. W. Armstrong attended thu
luncheop at tho Pilot Butto Inn Sat
urday noon nnd hoard tho discussion
of plmiH for the County Farm Bureau
Ml mi Lily fulfill! rutimiml to IIimii!
Monday iiiiuiiIiik after Hiuudlnit thu
wuijk at hiiiuu,
Mr. Klllii of Hood ilvor Ih HpoildlliK
a Tow days ut tho llmlluy raiuili.
P. A. Hcoggln him JhhI moIiI twenty
two heiiil of hoi'Him In Hurry Morrl
hoii of Horn!.
Mr. mul Mrs. II. T. llnrtluy nnd
Htio mul Ciiuulu Kiiliiltorliouliur saw
"Tho Wuiilurnt'iH" ut llio Llliorly
Jim Pulllmn mul Mr. mid Mrs fl,
I,. Iturgomi wero dinner hiiimiIh ut tho
llox A rmicli Sunday.
MANY CATTLE SENT
TEHHEBONNM. Jan. 1- Mr. mid
Mrs. drover t'linnlnclinni of Bund,
spent Christmas with Mrs. Cmmtiig
hum's parents, Mr. mid Mrs, A, H.
Messrs, K. M. K!y mid It. L. Kiioit
shipped u car loud of cuttle mul hogs
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Knurr wviu
Portland visitors lust week.
Eleven carloads of cattle wero
shipped from hnrn hint week by
Berckley mid Kully.
Miss MargaHet llodosldu Is spend
ing tho holidays at home, Him Is
intending Albany collego this year, "
MIhs Williams, who tenches ut
Shurldnu, Yamhill county, Ik spend- ',
Ing holiday week hero with hero
brother Do Wltte Williams mid fam
ily. Miss Nina Elliott Is homo for the
Miss Irnin Keuuey won out In her
suit against tho Merrill Doch Com
pany of Portland, whero sho sun
tulne.U a broken unklii Inst summer
bucausu of a defective dock. .
W. A. Pickett recently purchased"
the three itcro tract below tho bluff
of Al Houghton. Mr. Pickett, last
we.ek made one shipment of cream
amounting to 8II 00.
Tho old Kent building has been
huught by tho school mid will bo
initio Into a gymnasium.
Why Bhe Sacks a New Heme.
Tllllo Cinger kiijn that the retisnn
he Ii looking for nnulliir home Is he- )
ciniM the star hoarder at her present
plnie Is a railroad ciiKluevr who uniiU
the go eminent to take over all tin
liihirdliig hoiiM and let the bourderi
run llieiti. GalveNtou News.
Bulletin "WANT ADH" Bring Hv
suits Try Them.
Put It In The Bulletin.
Thaw I.entOH (irnunil In Tilluble
Conilllloii, mul Heeding of (Jrnlii
May Be Hturted Soon,
LOSS OF STOCK AT
ALFALFA IS SMALL
ALFALFA. Jan. 1. L. V. Clnrko
arrived from Portland to spend the
holidays with Alfalfa friends
C. H. Hardy roturned from' fiuleni
Chrlstmaa day having been sent as
a dolegato to tho irrigation meeting.
Tho sheep and cattla men regard
their loss In this section as small con-
PLAINVIEW, Jan. l.--lVlth only
patches of snow left on. north slopes
the Holds am getting In tillable con
dition rapidly. Some farmers have
been plowing tho past week nnd
others will bo seeding grain this
week If fnvornblo weather conditions
Hay Armstrong has started his gas
oline 'engliiu and wood-saw again
nfter having It burled lit snow for
A. C. McCiilllstor has been on the
sick list tho past week.
Sixteen guests wero present at a
very excellent dinner served at tlio
Mumero homo on Christmas Eve, The
Christmas decorations und mimic
wero beautiful and enjoyed by ovary
tone. Progressiva Five Hundred was
I played during tho evening.
i Mr. und Mrs. H. A. Stafford and
j.MIss Alice Itonrden of Kansas City,
.Missouri, aro spending tho holidays
t the A. E. HoHsMiotnc. Mr. and
Mrs. Stafford may rumaln hero per
Lawrenco Kcharfonberg started for
Portlund Christmas day to spend the
week with relatives nnd frlonds.
School started this morning after
being closed for threo weeks on nc-
the typebnr system,
carrlugo und escape
ment wheel of tho
Woodstock with those
of other typewriters
and you will readily
understand why this
machine holds up bet
ter. It has less parts,
too which udds to Its
The Rebuilt Typewriter Company
301 Oak St., Portland, Oregon.
Slightly used Underwoods, .Remingtons, L. C.
Smiths and other makes of machines can he had at
THAMflON BOY HOC RAISER OF THE FAR WES f
THE OKKGO.V.COHVALLIK HATCHERY, CO.
Sam If. Mforo & Hon
0. A. C WMto Leghorns and Barred ItockH n upoclalty,
with other leading K-laylng strains of tho Pacific
Coast. Also from og producing Ithodo Island Reds.
Before placing orders write to 410 North Hth, Cor
vallls, Oregon. Three Blocks North of O, A, C, Campus.
William Stuart of Wclsor. Idaho, "s tho champion hoy hog ralsa.
of the far west. Hit Is shown hero with his prize saw, He will bo oiio
of the boys from all parts of the country who gets a frea trip to the
International livestock show tu December
. We have .stocks of
SOYA BEAN CAKE
.' Both NUT SIZE and MEAL
. for immediate and future de
livery. We purchased" early.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE
Wrlto or Wlro
Swift & Company
Animal Food Dopt. NOUTII PORTLAND, OHKflO.V