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BRNO BUIiMCTIN, I1KNI. OIUCGON, THURSDAY, eRPTRMnflU SB, 1020
What's Doing In The Country
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT niDQE. Sopt. 22.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. 11. Hutchlns nnd
baby, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Itoborts
nnd Bon, alcn, wero Ucdiuond vis
Itors Saturday evening.
Alfred Mikkolson nnd Oswald
Pedorscn wont to Redmond Satur
day. Wnldemar Potorson of Bond Is
helping O. E. Anderson during hay
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Rcbhoff of
Redmond wero callers nt tho Hutch
Ins homo Friday evening.
J. W. Caboen of Redmond enmo
down Friday morning to spond a
day or two on bis ranch horo.
Calvin Winnlnghnm Is working
for Antono Ahlstrom during hay
ing. "W. B. Hutchtns Is bavlng n
houso built on bis place. Gcorgo
Roberts, Mr. Hutchlns' father-in-law.
Is doing tho work.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson returned
Friday morning from n trip to
Portland nnd up Into Western
Washington, whero sho went to
visit her mother.
J. E. Williams of Prlnovllle, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Perma
Marken, wcro callers in this vicin
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson of
Tumalo visited Mrs. Hanson's sis
ter, Mrs. J. W. Peterson, Sunday.
Boyd Berry of Bend is working
for Rasmus Peterson.
W. B. Hutchlns and Glen Roberts
nro helping Earl Wood put up his
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson
were shopping In Bend Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Holton of
Deschutes were callers In this neigh
DESERT SCHOOLS TO
HAVE TEACHERS SOON
Instructors Retained For Milllcnu
nntl Hempstead Vnllejs- llrothers
Pupil Must Go To Crook.
SPENT 7 MONTHS
IN BED, HE SAYS
I Believe Tmilao Himtl .My Life,"
Kind's GcorKO Hiwtlnjrs.
Two moro of Deschutes county's
vacant scboolu wero provided with
teachers Mondny, when Miss Pearl
Dutt roported for duty In tho Mll
llcan district and Mrs. Clara McKln-
ley opened tho Hompsted Valley
At Brothers, whero the student
body numbers one, no teacher has
been secured, nnd It Is probablo that
tho sanio policy will bo followed as
that adopted last year, when tho ono
boy was sent to tho district adjoining
In Crook county, his home district
paying his board and allowing his
parents a fixed sum for transporting
tho youngster to nnd from Crook
county, tho entlro expense amount
ing to more than is required to send
tho averago young man through college.
EAST LAKE TROUT
TASTE OF SULPHUR
Flh Fettling Too Close To Hot
Mineral Spring Become Unlit
For Food, Anglers Report. .
HUNTERS FAIL TO
GET BIGGEST BEAR
Dogs Unable To Hold Brain, Cobb
Reports General Purposes nunt
Will Start On Thursday.
The biggest bear of the wholo
Paulina mountain ursine tribe proved
too much for the dogs to handle Mon
day and Irvln S. Cobb, Dr. Dudley
Roberts and the Bend friends who
are helping Mr. Cobb In his quest for
quiet came in Monday without the
fourth pelt, Mr. Cobb explained on
Tuesday. The party remained In
Bend through Wednesday and on
Thursday started for the head of
the Metolius, where they will stay
for 3C hours.
Another brief visit to Bend and
they will go to the Watson ranch at
the headwaters of Crooked river,
and from there toward Burns, intend
ing to bo gono for approximately 10
days. "It will be a general purposes
hunt," Mr. Cobb declared this morn
ing. "There will be nothing too
largo or too small for us to shoot,
but wo will make a specialty of jack
LA PINE-EAST LAKE
ROAD IS COMPLETED
Trout, with meat strongly Impreg
nated with sulphur, nro nn oddity
which anglers at East lake have been
occasionally finding recently. The
sulphur hot springs nt ono end of
tho lako are the reason. Trout,
feeding among tho weeds soaked
with tho sulphur water, develop so
strong a taste as to bo virtually unfit
for food. Only a small percentage
of fish caught havo been In this con
dition, those feeding In tho other
end of the lako being without odor.
A. L. DODD NAMED FOR
Tho new 20-mile road, providing a
straight route from La Pine to East
lake, is completed nnd tho crew of
roadbullders was laid off Friday
Forest Supervisor Plumb
thnt wornlnc on his return from a
F. E. Studebaker, freight and pas
senger agent in Bend for both tho O.-
W. R. & N. and the Oregon Trunk,
who resigned recently to accept' a po
sition as traveling freight and pas
senger agent for tho O.-W. for Cen
tral Oregon, succeeding S. L. Wig
gins, has been relieved at his local
work by A. L. Dodd, who comes td
Bend from Lyle, WaBh. Mr. Stude
baker will report at O.-W. headquar
ters In Portland for instructions.
R. C. Little and George Burl, au
ditors, respectively, for the S. P. &
S. and U. P. systems, were In Bond
Tuesday checking over the retiring
agent's accounts before turning his
books over to Mr. Dodd.
LETS NEW CONTRACT
The contract for tho construction
reporte'djof the basement wall of tho new
Methodist church has been let to a.
tour of inspection of the various dis-jE. Freiburg and work will start at
trlcts of the forest.
Fourteen miles of the new road
was built by the people of La Pine,
tho rest being constructed by the
once, It was stated Friday by Rev
J. Edgard Purdy, nastor of the
church. At the present rate of con
struction, Itev. Purdy hopes that the
roof can be started by Christmas.
EVERYTHING THAT IS BIG HAS HAD
ITS SMALL BEGINNING
At Bomo time the largo fortuuo wuh small, but it grow. Your
fortune may bo now In Its Infancy; you may not have moro
than n dollar that doesn't need to be spent at once for soma
necessity. But put that dollar uway, in a safe place; let it
draw Interest; by and by put another dollar with it, and
then another nnd anothor. Like a child your fortuno will
grow steadily, surely. In time, what you havo put aside,
udded to what jour savings huvo ourncd, will amount to
enough to inako a good Investment. You huvo mado tho
beginning of your fortune.
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
"If I hnd only ono dollar loft In
tho world, I would spond It for n
bottlo of Tnnlar," said George 0.
Hastings, who resides nt 86 Doll
streot, Soattlo, Wash. Mr. HastliiKn
has resided In Soattlo 38 yearn. Con
tinuing, ho said:
"Along nbout tho first of tho year
I begnn to suffer from n dreadful
stomach trouble, I would havo such
pains I could bo heard hollorlng a
city block. I had n vory poor appo
tlto, nnd what llttlo I did manage to
force down would sour nnd ferment
and I would bloat somothlng awful,
nnd I also bad pains In my chest nnd
logs. I could not retain n thing I
nto nnd Just the sight of food would
cnuso mo to becomo terribly nauseat
ed. I becntuo to weak and dltzy I
could not stnud without stnggorlng.
nnd If I tried to walk a few steps I
would fall down. I finally had to
glvo up and go to bod nnd was down
for seven months. I was very nerv
ous nnd would not sloop a wink for
night nftor night. I wns in such
misery and I lost wolght until I
was nothing but akin and bones.
Everybody thought I was going to dlo
nnd I wns told I could not live very
long, nnd I thought so, too. I tried
all sorts of treatments nnd medicines,
but nono of them did mo a particle of
"My friends, several of whom woro
G. A. It. veterans, said: 'George, try
Tanlac, because it has helped so
many of us.' nnd as I had also rend
so much In tho nowapapors nbout tho
good It wns doing others, I decided to
take their advice. I got my son tnj
bring mo n bottlo. well, sir. talk
nbout a life-saver! As soon as I be
gan taking Tanlac I could see n
chango for the better In my condi
tion, nnd nftcr I hnd finished my sec
ond bottlo I got out of bod and have
been up over since, and tho 'pains
havo all completely left me. I have
a flno nppotito now nnd can eat any
thing I want without suffering nny
bad nftor effects. I begnn to pick up
nnd regnln my lost weight nnd feel
liko a now man. I never havo a diz
zy spoil and I wnlk all n round town
ns well as I ever did. I firmly bo
llevo Tanlac saved my life, nnd will
always pralso It, and nnyono wishing
to find out nny moro nbout what It
did for mo can either wrlto or cnll
on me, and I will bo only too glad to
Tanlac Is sold In Bend by the Owl
Drug Co., In Slstors by George F.
Altken, and In Bend by tho Horton
BASS WILL BE
EAHTKRX FISH HUNT TO UHN1I
AM) WIMi UK PLAUICI) IN MU
IjAki: wiiKiu: no trout will
UK HUIMKCT TO ATTACKS.
RAPID PROGRESS IS
SHOWN BY SWIMMERS
Wntcr Carnival at V. M. C. A. Mado
OcchnIoii For Hnrigo l'rcHurilnflon
Life Saving Is Drmonstrnteil.
Tho first bass over planted In Con
trnl Oregon waters will bosunt out
within tho next two or three days,
Pearl Lyuos, Rttpurlntumlent of tho
Tumalo hatchery, has announced,
following tho receipt or 10,000 fish
of assorted sizes from tho western
part of tho stnto Tuesday. Tho
bass nro of tho "big mouth" variety
nnd wero brought to Head by T. J.
Crnlg, for many years In tho umploy
of tho stnto fish and gnmo commis
According to prosout plans the fish
lll bo taken to Mud lake, somo 34
miles from Bond, whoru conditions
nro declared by exports to bo Idonl
for tho bass. Anothor feature being
considered is thnt tho lake Is land
locked nnd tho rapacity of tho east
ern fish makes It Imperative that
they should havo no opportunity to
mako wnr on trout fry.
In nddltlon to tho bass, Mr. Lynes
now has approximately z.uuo.uuu
trout loft nt tho hntchory to bo dis
tributed in lakes and streams
throughout Central Oregon.
"Just Between You and Me"
says the Good Judge
Hero's genuine chewing
stitidf notion for you, hook
ed up with renl economy.
A small chew of this cliiss
of tobneco lasts much long
er than u big chew of tho
ordinnry kind that's be
cause the) full, rich, renl
tobneco taste lasts so long.
Any num who uses the
Renl Tobneco Chew will
tell you thnt.
Put ufi in two styles
W-B CUT is n long fine-cut tobneco
RIGHT CUT is n short-cut tobneco
should be provided and nmsls above
them, lids makes it winy to rvmmo
the dropidntr cadi morning and helps
greatly to keep tho hnusv fn-v from
objectionable odors, A little sand
sprinkled on the dropping boards af
ter onch cleaning will mako tho clean
HOMEMADE HOPPER IS HANDY
FOOD PRODUCTS FROM FOWLS
Dofore a largo crowd, Y. M. C A.
swimmers put on tholr long-heralded
wntcr carnival-nt tho plungo Friday
night and tho presentation of swim
mers' and beginners' badges was
mado by Key. J. Edgar Purdy. Ho
commented especially on the rapid
progress mado by tho boys during tho
shord period in which the club has
Ono of the most Interesting events,
of tho entire program was the duck
hunt, four boys at a time being per
mitted In the tank, whero tho duck
swam, dived nnd half flow over tho
water. Thirty endeavored to cap
turo tho bird boforo Ralph Haner
was finally successful, receiving tho
duck Us tho prize. A comedy cos
tume event was another enjoyable
featuro of tho evening.
Tho program of contests was as
follows, with entrants placing in the
order named: Twonty-yard handi
cap, E. Taylor; diving competition,
Todd, McKay, Ralph Haner; CO-yard
handicap, M. Meaghor, Todd nnd
Dlrdsall; egg-rnco, Duncan McKay;
under-water swim, Todd (90 foot),
Homer Eporson (CO foot); relay, Cot
tlngham and Meaghor; water polo,
won by Qolden's team.
An Interesting life-saving demon
stration was put on by It. llloom,
Todd, Cottlngham, Rhoadcs and Hex
berg. They demonstrated tho flvo
best methods of roscue, and the five
methods of releaso, giving the exhi
bition both on land nnd wator.
On Average Farm Poultry Furnlth
About 10 Per Cent of Meat
for Famhy Uie.
A I a rice proportion of the poultry
product of this country nre produced
on general farms. Nearly every farm
has Its poultry Hock. The average
American fanner reserves about three
dozen eves a week for family use and
nbout CO fowls ure consumed by tho
family during tho year. These food
products can bo secured nbiolutely
fresh, which considerably enhances
the value of this contribution from tho
farm, says the United State depart
ment of ngrleulture. Of the meat fur
nished by the farm to the operator and
his family, poultry constitutes about
10 per cent.
A small Hock of poultry can bo kept
on the farm nt llttlo cost. Tho fowls
And sniftered grain nbout the farm
stead nnd on the ndjolnlng grnln fields
after harvest, (inrden rofUMo anil
kitchen wusto are uunlly available
for them. They nlso feed on Insect
nnd worm. In ninny cnties tho farm
er's wife nnd children Hnd pleusuru In
curing for the Hock.
Outlier the eggs twice dally,
Market the eggs ut least twice a
Keep tho una In a cool, dry room
As food thorn Is nothing hotter to
supply protein and mineral matter thnn
Trees with good-sized lops nnd out
In Uie open fco that air may circulate
freely about them, ure u tired linn's
Iden of paradise. Fix up somo open
sheds if you cannot have trees.
Fut it In. The Bulletin.
STEW OR SELL ALL ROOSTERS
Male Olrd Does Not Aid In Produc
tion of Eggs and Should De Dis
posed Of In Summer.
Fnnnrrs loo many million of dol
lars annually from hnd method of
producing and handling eggs. Much
of this Ions, Is preventable, because It
Is duo to the partial hutching of fer
tile eggs, which have been nllnwed
to becomo wnrm enough to begin to
You can help save tho loss duo to
blood rings by keeping the male bird
from your Hock ufter tho hntchlug
season. Is over.
The ronwter does not help tho hens
to Iny. He merely fertilizes tho germ
of the egg. Tho fertile germ In hot
wenther quickly becomes u blood ring,
which spoils tho egg for food nnd
market. Hummer heat has the same
Hens Not Running With Rootter Pro.
duce Best Eggo for Market and
effect on fertile eugs us tho hen or.
After tho hntrhliig season Is over,
cook, sell, or pun your rooster. Your
hens not running with n male bird will
produce Infertile eggs quality eggs
that keep host and market best.-
United States Department of Agrlcul
CLEAN CONDITION OF FLOCK
Boards Under Roosts Mako It Easy
to Remove Droppings Dally
Little Sand Helps.
To keep the flock In n clean nnd
sanitary, condition dropping, boards
Joint of Stovepipe and Wooden Box
Make Convenient Device for
Feeding Dry Maih.
An easy wny to make n hopper for
feeding dry mnsh to poultry Is with
Joint of stovepipe nnd a wooden box,
10x1(1x1 Inches. Set the box on tho
Door ami hang the tnveplx fnuu tho
roof so that it In nbout U Inch from
the bottom of the box. Fill the plpo
with the dry mash. It will feed down
Into the box ns the chickens cat It
Good Servant, Poor Matter.
It Is well to hnve n hobby, says tfcn
New York Medical Journal. It la wi
to have n hobby which enn lm used as
n fnlthful servant It Is well to hnre
a hobby ns long ns you enn rldo It,
but when It begins to rldo you It is
better to look nbout for another stood.
Peril In Iodine Fumes,
Fume of todlne t.nrn recently been
urged ns'ti method of ndmlnlstorlntf
thnt ilme prrfcmhlo to Uie usual tinc
ture It tins been shown by expert,
tncnts that fumes nre absorbed
through tho skin nnd whon Inhaled
are absorbed by the lungs, but It Is
shown nlso that Initiation la very
dnugernus even In small quantities,
espcclnlly when there la nny discos
of tho respiratory pnssngrs.
Determining Height of Mountain.
Tho height of mountain Is ascer
tained by bnrmnotrlc observation,
bowing the pressure of ntmosphero
at tho lower nnd higher lords. An
limtnimenl cnllrd tho mountain barom
rter Is grndiil mpeclnlly fur this pur
pose. It can also tie done with a lev.
rllne lumruiuent nnd theodolite, but
either wuy requires trchulcnl knowledge
And the Audience Smiled.
A well-known statistician wna giving
nine statements about a certain Indus,
try nt n public, dinner. 'Theio am not
my figure. Indie and gentlemen." ho
nld. They nre the Hgure of a man
who know want ho Is talking about."
Married llfo will novcr be n com
plete succeas until the baby nnd Its
parent get sleepy ut tho miiio tlm.
In Krypt yellow-brown, the hue of
the dead leaf, is worn a the emblem
four ebatra at your service at the
Metropolitan. No walt!n Adv.
Snme price for Butter Fut f. o. b. IJcntl
ns is paid f. o. b. Portland.
Central Oregon Farmers Creamery
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stand the test of wind, rain, snow, frost nnd sun.
In the Hollow Concrete Silo Block you obtain this
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