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1IKNO IIUMiKTIN, IUJN1), OUKOON, TIH'lt.MDAY, VKUIU'AIIV 11!, II1!0
What's Doing In The Country
ON PINEIIURST FARMS
O. K. Must, tliu )liuio tuner from
ltoiul, una out anil tuned Mrs. O. E.
Anderson's piano on Monday.
F. 11. lloughmnu was threshing
his sweet clover tho first of tlio
PINK HimST.'Feb. .10. Mrs. C, week.
M. Phelps nntl daughter Hor.olla ! Mr. ami .Mrs. (). K. Anderson nt
npont Saturday ami Sunday with tended tho show In lloml Saturday
Mrs. I). L. I.nilil, who lives near nigui.
Ilcdmond. 'lov- Johnson louducted services
Miss ivy M. Snyder, formerly of at his homo Thurailiiy evening. A
this vicinity, who has beun visiting fair sited crowd was In uttond
nt 1'endleton and Wnltsburg since nnco and a Rood sermon was en
lost snrlnir. Is oxnoctod home soon. ! Joyed.
Miss Snyder has heen empfoyod as Mrs. W. II. Oray was a
tolcphono operator at Wnltsburg, i visitor Friday.
"Wash., hut Is now visiting her sis- Mr. Dahl, who sells tho
tor. Mrs. II. A. Nowcomb. at Pilot romeilies, was canvassing
(JOVKUNMKNT HKKDH !
TO UK MAILED tV'V.
As a generous supply of guv-
enuuent seeds wan sent to
! Hand this year, theio hi still n
largo numher of packages oh .'
hand at The lliilletlu olllco.
J- To Individuals living out of
town who send In their names,
-S packets of seeds will liu mailed.
neighborhood on Wednesday.
Mrs. (). E. Anderson and
II. T. Mlkkolsen were Itedmoud
Lloyd Hoot Is helping C. It.
Snail ch this week.
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Mrs. Davo MIckels was a caller, snoppers Tuesday,
nt tho Snyder homo Saturday. Oswald pedersen was sick sov-
Sovornl of tho children havo been oral days this week,
nbsont from school a few days this I J. W. Peterson made a business
week on account of having la j trip to Demi on Friday,
grippe. Kr. Petty of Portland arrived
Lester Snyder was In Tumalo 'hero on n business visit Thursday
Sunday. i morning and lof-t again on tho
C. II. Spnugh nnil family were, evening train.
Rucsts at the Phelps homo Satur-I Anton Ahlstrom was a Redmond
day ovenliiR. (visitor Saturday.
Mrs. nillhlRs and chlldten are'
visiting with Mrs. Grover Clerking. Dear Grace: I know you did not
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McMnnnon , havo a Rood time at the dunce last
spent Sunday at the Snyder home.; ovonln,. jUHt n hint llolllstor's
Thoso who wore In Tumalo Sat-1,, ... ,, ... -,, . ,. . .
! .. m. r t.i m,,i. Itocky .Mountain Tea Is the best
MontRomory, Mrs. G. V. Snydwr . ovc-r for had lirooth. sallow color,
and Mrs. Cosner and son Otto. ' no pop, pimply face, bad dlsposlt-
Severn! persons from Hero were ion, j00
stocking their lardors on Saturday
from Uncle Sam's store.
Mr. and Mm. Dave MIckels of
Tumalo were over Sunday guests
at tho MIckels home.
K. A. Smith has purchased a Ior
CAR RUNS OVER HOY
AT FARM AT GRANGE
Don't Ni'Rlect he Lltllj One.
Mrs. J. S Pltsjn. J7o I-:, t Villi SI .
Cleveland. O., wrltjj- "I can't peak
too highly of Fol llotiqy and T.ir.
saw and will soon havo "wood to " no" I"y.IV.10 rin nV 2 ' "u . . '
iburn." i nor roipys mine.) nnj uir ami inai
j stops her coughing In .i little while"
You Can't bo too Careful. I Children Ilka It It contains no opl-
Elslo O'llrion, It. F. D. 7. Vlncon-, ", ' Is noailnij. soothlUR. prompt
ucs. Intl.. writes: "One bottle nf,1" action. Adv. .
Foley's Honoy and Tar broke up my I --.
cold rlRht away." It relievos courIib, mr,np.-,Rnxjn iinj nc
colds, croup and whooping cough: l-CiKKtiBUlMNli HUMJb
clears tho passages, soothes irritated IXTlfini? PAPX'IVAI
membranes and stops tlckllnR In tho liV UUUK A"i l AL
throat. Foley's Is the original and ,
gcnulno Honoy and Tar.- -Adv.
BRIDGE IS DAMAGED
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
TERREPONNE. Feb. 10. Three
carloads of hay, two of cattle and
, ono of grain were shinned from
j hero last week.
Miss Iiroms, the vlsltlnt; .ncIiooI
nurse, spent last Tuesday here.
Esther Pellott is very ill with
tonsilltls. Others of the commu
nity who havo had it aro no the
PLEASANT RIDGE. Kob. 10
The large caterpillar which Is he- ,,, roai to recovery
,u, .. i ,i , ,, mfi "r0K,' Mr. John Thomas shipped a car-
J-J mil th0 n Ver V.'0 S)s;aNwd of wood to Culver' last week.
ey ditch as they wore attempting Tho LadJos. .iolieor ,n,loor car.
to cross It on Friday. ,,.., .... rn, ..,., T,,
O. h. Anderson had his sweet
clover throshod this week
from there to J
ffttli tinml Wfitf tli. it.iltt'fil it lYin
, !ovonlnjr for the children. The side
F. White's, whore thoy
shows also brought In much money.
GftANUK MALL. Feb. 10 -Herbert
Nelson, the second sou of F. A,
Nelson fell under their car Saturday
and the hind wheel of tho car passed
over his body. No Internal Injuries
wero discovered by tho doctor
Mrs. Chas. Williamson and Mrs.
Frank Whlttcmun called on Mrs.
Jackson Monday afternoon,
Mr O. Swnnson Is In Nampa,
Idaho, where he went with Mr. Les
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Itasmussen
spent Saturday nlKht and Sunday in
tho Grange Hall district.
Mrs. C. Smith was n llond visitor
.Mrs. George Krlcksou and daugh
ter. Ksthor. Mr. P. J. Young and
family. Anna Smith and Mrs. C. M.
Itasmussen worn visitors at the llul-
geseii home Sunday.
Mr. GeorRe Hiicksen Is on the slek
The 'tradUu: supper" will be hold
at the hall February 1.1. Kverynnu.
Is Invited. Tho Grango Hall ladles
will furnish the luncheon, which will
ho served In courses. lOcts. a
Mrs. C. M. Itasmussou culled at the.
r. A. .Nelson homo Sunday p. in.
Julius Pedersen and family spout
Sunday afternoon at O. Dahlu's
The Saturday, shoppers from this
neighborhood wero: Mr. and Mrs.
Leo May accompanied by Mr. Fred
Reynolds and daughter, Elizabeth.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Duhle, Mr. and
Mrs. Krlcksou. Mr. and Mrs. K. K.
Mr J. Dover returned from Point
sylVHiilu. Suturdsy. Ho reports the
weather was stormy, cold and cloudy
nil during his stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilottmnn wore shop
ping in iisuii o.Miulny.
The Ladles' Aid wilt be held at
the home of Mrs. II. lIolRoson, Thurs
day. February 12.
Lo Itoy Smith Is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Holgusan attended
church In ttnvn Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nelson attend
ed the Ilaptlst church In town Sunday.
neighborhood or oat (he (otophone
poles along tho road,
The Mod Cross nurse visited the
Doschtttet Hehool recently and spent
a whole day Inspecting tho children.
The C. O I Co. linn moved tho put!
nllli'o out of tho room It has boon In
for some tluio and reinstalled It In
tho hotel lobby and have lined some
very nice panels 1n Its ronslrucllon.
As a whole the change Is a great
Improvement. Tho plan to put shel
ving In the room whom the post olllro
was and start u small store for tho
accomodation of tho ranchma near
,i' You I.oxIiir "Pep?"
Do you reel tired all the time?
Does yoir buck aehn? Do you fool
that you are not so spry ns yon use
to ho? Foley Kidney Pills tone up
and Invigorate the lodunys, h.intsh
backache rid the blood of poisons.
Kov. V. F M. Kwyndi)!. Macon, tin.
writes. "I am ready to any time to
speak ,i word for Fol.y Kldliev
Sell jour poultry through Itnllciln
W'nut to liny hay, ii0 llulletln clas
mHom inN. I
"It's Like Finding Money"
says the Good Judge
When you take a litllo
chcwol this real quality
tobacco, mid the good
tobacco taste begins to
You'lljfhul it heeps com
ing, too. The rich to
bacco taste lasts and
lasts. You don't have
to take n fresh chew so
often. Any man who
uses the Real Tobacco
Chew will tell you that.
Pat Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
;Nr"A5DS TO HEALTH AMD DEAUlT'j
WANTKD LlRlit brown tenni. must
be cheap. Call 7F3. CS-5o-S!c
One KcMilt of Winter.
Life indoors with lack of exercise
stid heavy fowl is apt to throw thn
Hore the Spotted Kid. .Ilonarwrt
it I rnnZi ihi Pw! Kiin-' crow,,nK ,he Kh,no the ,ln,w,t Hiul ! rtlRMtlve oisn out of order. Foley
It is reported tnnt nw heeiine .,, ,i i.i,,. i ,i, ...-i.i .ni,.ri. t.i.i...- - i...i.
I. .t.i. -. ih. l.nniinl i.. n...i --" ....... .. ..i.j .t, ..u .-...-...v .-,, lu .i o iiincmiiiiu
Ho just recently returned from a ' .' ,. ......,
visit to his mother, who live at
O. K. Anderson sold a fine Hol
stoln cow to Otto Olson, who lives
cast of Hend.
physic that thoroughly demise thn
The Indies made a number of , ImiwIs without RrlnltiK or nausen.
. larxe and clover JumpliiK Jacks, Thoy sweeten the. stomach; Invlsor
' which sold readily. They also had; ate the liver; banish headaches.
' an attractive canny nootn ami a itiiioiifueas, moating, gag Adv.
, pie sale. The total income of the
A.t-i.lt or tunlllltnil In T f! tf
Mr and Mr.. H. T. Mikkelwn I ' w,TBo for a now ' roof for
cntortalned the followlnR aueaU at I, ," "i,,,, ,,,
dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ole ,n "' ""'' Rall,on aBd f.my
Jh.a"itarnW"fIS:, S. week-end "'2
Johansen and Ilaamus Peterson. ; ,, ,":,i ; ,, . ..i.iinr t
Nleo. llplton of Deftcliutea was a ' fl ? J.f VLJSL0J 7 st Jtv
caller at tho home of Anton AM- JJml 'Mt FrUy n'! SatM""t-
lMtaP hS' Johneon U confine. , "" Sf" Sl;"
to her homo with a sprained nnklo. I Nwrly everybody at wine time or
W. K. MoCormaok of Deechutos other suffers from backache, sore
was out to look after his sheep on , muscle, swollen Joints, rheumatic
Tuesday. pains or othor symptoms of kidney
IVnltor Lowe Is on the sick llst.tanu- omuiier aiimonis. uirso mu
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Andorsnn . not be serious, but It certainly pays
Had breath, colorless lips, sal
low cheeks rIvq a nlrl little ehanee
for "n man" Don't aire up, try
llolllstor's Itocky Mountain Tea and
see iiow popular you get.
NEWS NOTES FROM
wero visitors at the Redflold home
at Deschutes Sunday ovenliiR.
Mrs. Ed Swallcy attended tho
parent-toachors meotlnR at tho
school house at Deschutes Friday
"V. II. Gray. Anton Ahlitrnm nmt
Mrs. O. E. Andorsou were shopping
in weno on .Monday,
to be on tho safe sldo. Foley KIdnoy
Pills strenRthen and invlRorato kid
nejrs and bladder und help tlwm do
tholr Work. Adv.
niackheads, pimples V h o w !
I Isn't she a sight don't worry sho
' i Is going to tako llolllstor's Itocky
Alex Duval and son William wrn ' Mountain Tea then watch hor.
Ilond visitors Monday. jOwl Pharmacy.
yi 'a ' fx-v d At S?
ri . ra,T
VERY school boy -and girl has vis- &I
ions of going to college. If every m
school boy and eirl would becrin M
early to save he and she could do a W
great deal toward having a fund W
with which to realize this dream. g
We Will Help You to Save. ' f
Our Saving Drpartment Pays 4(jb Interest fe
CENTRAL OREGON BANK I
MILLICAN. Feb. 12. C. J. Conko
nisdo a buslnoes tlp to Kenuewlak,
wasiuiiRton, saturuuy, returnliiR
E. O. Stadtor from Pond called
at tho Cooko homo Sunday.
II. K. Cooko apont Saturday anil
Sunday In Bend, Mlso Mary M. Hoi
land stayed with Mrs. UeorRo V.
Cooke durliiR his absence
Mrs. GeorRo W. Cooko returnnd to
Ilond nftor a visit with her sons, C. J.
und II, K. Wcdnosdny.
Mrs. J. J, Holland, call ad at tho
Kollor home, Wodnosday.
Mrs. Mary Itosen and daiiRhter and
Mr. J. J. Holland made u business
trip to Pond Wednesday returning
Tliursdny. son Clinord Itosen stuy
ed with Mrs. Holland.
Our postmistress has appointed
Oscar Shoar as hor deputy und Is
now toachltiR hliu the post ohIcq biiH
Inoss. Mrs, It. It. Kellor and Mrs. C. II.
Grairenbergor aro on tho sick list
at present wrltlnR.
Oscar Shear Is laid up with very
painful boll on his Ior.
Mrs. J. J. Holland helped at the
Kollor homo Thursdny and Friday.
L. O. MorRan inndo a business trip
to Ilond Wodnosday returning Thurs
day. L. a. Morgan called at tho Kollor
Jill ' li 1
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B l M, O..II - '
t ! f Blumauor . TrA "1
i Ll,tta a .. I ,ssi
SInco active youncstcrs WILL
play out of doors in nil kinds of
wenther nnd in the l)!fr;cit pild
dlcs in the nei'hhihood, if pos
sible, you will appreciate hnvinu;
in your medicine cabinet always
-o jnr of
Young nnd old nlike will be Rrnte
ful for the relief brought by its
penctralini; warmth when applied
for stiff neck or back, sprnins,
bruises, sore throat, eonucslion of
the lungs, rheumatism or neu
PUROLA Mu.ter-Oinl (i ono of thot
Iniplo hum- iinrjir tliAl rvrty home
hold tliould have irdy for t K o In
Mumeralite ocoitiuiu thai aide tu inVo
ill ui neceitaiy.
Ak your druuaiit for Jar of PWOLA
Tilt puntunttfi Mfiiri on trtTv
rttHOtM iKtw;n JVle IHumnr-'rani-
L'llmrmlniM nnj IKt iltMf-
VUI l'l yU Ikil lrtfHfHHtirt
ttnlf it lit flue Mthtlntttmn. If
11 lAWtf Hf, titurtt U Id Ik 4r7
nir ton ui m, mufAmttif,
It mil rkrntmllv trfoKH Ike ,
vo fthl lr it rVKOLA I'tttHW
Ixtni moil Mtiify.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Prepared and Cuar-ntccd
arf:y j-jjUj-I1 ' rr " LS!1-J-
Mill ire if
Attontlon Old Maids Confiden
tially, Holllstor'H Rocky Mountuln
Ten Is your Inst hopo for a Bwoot
breath, rosy cheeks, sparkling eyes
Don't Rlvo up without trying It.
NEEDS RABBIT WIRE
ON DESCHUTES FARM
DESCHUTES, Fob. O.W. L. Pal
mer who owns an Irrigated 80 aero
ranch near horo recently, returned
to visit old familiar scenes and In
cidentally to urrnngo for tho leasing
of his fnrm for tho ensuing year.
Mr. Palmer has again leased tho
place to Mr. E. E. Purkor, who Is
proparlng to put rabbit wlro around
tho whole eighty acres so that tho
"Jacks" will soon havo to loavo this
The Scrub Sire!
ET that be your slogan for 1920. Scrap him just like you would
scrap a worn out, antiquated, useless piece of machinery. Prac
tice efficiency in live stock breeding just as efficiency is prac
ticed in any up-to-date manufacturing industry. Tho best place
to begin is with the sire. Select carefully the best animal money
will buy and he will prove far the most profitable live stock in
vestment you have ever made. Come in and talk this over
The First National Bank of Bfend
1ME BANKjpFSUPI-RIOR SERVICE.