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I What's Doing
PLAINVIEW. Feb. 22. At
meeting of the school board hold
luRt week, Mrs, Elmn Smith wns re
elected teacher for next year.
Ashton Morfltt. Wnrren Chnlfnn
Howard Hartley. Hollle Swlngol. llu
bcrt Scoggln, Lo Itoy and Luther Kox
and others attended tho Qulborg solo
at Sisters Monday.
Mrs. Wnrren Chnlfnn and Mrs, Li
Hoy Fox nttended tho millinery dem
onstrntlon at Mrs. Meredith Isalley
at Sisters Monday.
Mrs. William Morfltt has boon
nursing tho Elklns family the past
Mr. and Mrs. A'ern Llvesay nt
tended tho poultry demonstration
held at tho Foot ranch Thursday
Warren Chnlfnn was shopping In
Vern Llvesay, Hubert Scoggln, Hoy
and Edgar Henrtt wero Bend visit'
Tho Plalnvtow pupils spent a very
pleasant valentine's day. First on tho
program was the "post office" from
which many valentines of various
kinds nnd sizes were distributed, nf
ter which fancy decorated cakes nnd
punch were served by tho girls, the
boys all joined in declared them tho
best of cooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartley havo
moved to the liulberg ranch north
of Sisters, for which they traded
come time ago.
Italph Staohlt of Portland spent
Saturday at the staehil ranch, with
Mr. and Mrs. iloss.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scott wero
called to Portland last week by tho
serious Illness of Georgo Crawford,
Mrs. Scott's brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Downs of
Portland have arrived to make their
home on the E. B. Anderson ranch,
having traded a store and other prop
erty near Portland for the ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left last
week for Portland driving overland
Sam Burgess Is confined to his
home with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. James Elkins and
three children are all sick with
grippe but are all improving and
hope to soon be able to be out of
Ashtan Morfltt bought a horse at
the Quiberg sale.
Ray Armstrong was a Bend visitor
Paul Smltter and Mr. Ross are
both confined to the house with sav
Mrs. James Dawson was 111 several
days last week but Is able to be out
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Scoggln. Mrs,
F. E. Hoss. Miss Ida Hoss. Roy and
Edgar Heartt attended the card party
given by Misses Josephine Burgess
and Mary Fryrear in Bend Satuday
Mrs. Scoggln was fortunate en
ough to carry off first prize.
HAD THAT TIRED, IVORN'-OUT
That "awful tired feeling," lame
back, sore muscles, stiff joints, or
rneumatic pains often Indicate kid
ney trouble. Mrs. Roberta Lilly,
709 Alton St., Alton. HI., writes:
"I had a tired, worn-out feeling. I
began to Improve on the second dose
of Foley Kidney Pills and today I
feel like new." Sold Everywhere.
IS SHIPPING SHEEP
DESCHUTES, Feb. 22. George
Elder Is shipping a car load of sheep
Mrs. E. M. Swalley spent Monday
with Mrs. G. M. Holten of Deschutes.
E. J. Conley of Bend was a busi
ness visitor In Deschutes Monday.
Mrs. C. W. Kelson was a visitor
at tho Lowe home in Deschutes .Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Swalley of
Deschutes were Bend visitors Tues
day. Kenneth Scobey of Tumalo waB a
business visitor In Bend Tuesday.
Mrs. C. W. Nelson of Deschutes
made a business trip to Bend Wed
nesday. Antone Alstrom and Miss Hllma
Nelson of Pleasant Ridge were Bend
Walter Lowe of Deschutes made
a business trlD to Bend Sattirrlnv.
Among those transacting business
in uena saiuraay were Mr. and Mrs,.
S. Deblng. Mr. and Mrs. Julian. Mr.
and Mrs. D. D. Stanton, E. M. Swal
ley and Mrs. E. E. Parks.
Mrs. C. W. Nelson was a visitor
ai me Hwaney home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Holten and
iwo muo daughters, Hazel and
Maude were Bend visitors Friday.
Mrs. R. L. Thurson of Deschutes
spent Friday with Mrs. M. E. Rogers
Frederick Stanley of Deschutes has
the grippe. Mrs. Wall Is confined
to her hpme with tho same disease.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Andnmnn nt
Pleasant Ridge wero Redmond visit
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Stanley of Des
chutes attended tho valentine dance
In Redmond Tuesday evening.
G. W. Holten of Deschutes was n
business visitor In Bend Wednelv
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Doblng of Dos-
cnuies were business callors In Bend
J. R. Uenham of Deschutes was a
visitor in Tumalo Wednesday.
Mr, Wall of Deschutes who some
time ago bought a lumber mill in
White Salmon, Washington, has sold
out and como back to Deschutes. He
has bought the Deschutes Lumber
Mrs. J, L. Van Huffel of Bend
was p. Deschutes visitor Wednesday.
C. E. Parks. Carl Corbett and Jack
IJrula are loading a car of cord wood
at Deschutes this week.
Mr. and Mrs, S. Deblng and little
sou, nnd Antone Alstrohm were Red
mond visitors In Redmond Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson of
In The Country
Deschutes mndo a business trip t
Kenneth Scoboy nnd Dudley May
field of Tumalo wero visitors nt tho
Deblng homo Saturday.
MEETING IS HELD fcY
PLEASANT RIDGE, Fob. 22.
O. E. Anderson attended a mooting
of tho Deschutes Valley Shorthorn
association at Tumalo on Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Doblng and small
son were guests of Antone Ahlstrom
nnd Miss Hllma Nelson nt dinner on
Friday. They accompanied Mr. Ahl
strom to Redmond In the afternoon
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Hutchlus nnd
baby wero Redmond visitors Monday
P. B. Gilo of Bend cut wood tor
O. E. Anderson on Monday.
' Rev. S. A. Slenseth of Bend was
a caller In this neighborhood on
Antone Ahlstrom and Miss Hllma
.Nelson wero In Bend Wednesday.
O. E. Anderson attended tho Far
mors' meeting In Redmond on Wed
nesany. Mrs. .Anderson nccompnu
leu mm to do some Hhonnlnc.
Harold McKay went to Itedmond
with a load of wood on Wednesday
uien itouerls of Redmond came
out Wednesday evening and remain
ed over night nt tho home of his sis
ter, Mrs. W. 11. Hutchlns. He was
accompanied to Redmond the next
day by Mrs. Hutchlns who will visit
her mother. Mrs. George .Roberts
lor a iev days.
.Mrs. o. K. Anderson snent Satur
any with Mrs. F. S. Stanley at Des
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of Bond
were callers at tho Anderson homo
Paul and Harold Cooke aro work
Ing for Rasmus Petorson on tho hay
oaier this week.
Earl Wood was n Redmond visit
Rasmus Peterson started baling
ngaln at the Alex Duval ranch on
Thursday after having been held up
lor several days while getting the
-Mr. and .Mrs. Ole Hanson and chil
dren of Deschutes were callers at
the .MiKKeisen home, on Thursday nf
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this sIId. enclose with Gc
to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Avo..
Chicago, 111., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive In
return a trial package containing
oieys Honey and Tar Comnound.
for coughs, colds and croup, Foley
Kidney I'llls and Foley Cathartic
iaoieis. bold everywhere Adv.
SUPPLY IS CUT OFF
TERREBONNE. Feb. 22. A lareo
number of farmers have been work
ing on the siphon south of town
trying to get the Ico out In order
to get water Into town. Ah' tho nlnn
Is frozen almost solid with ice, the
farmers north of town are nearly
uii uiu oi water.
Helen and Paul Whitels hnvn hntli
been sick for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eby, Mrs. Hlbbard.
-urs. u. wnuams wero all Bund
visitors ono day last week. They
iook ainner wiin Kevereml nml .Mrs.
Hartranft. who expect to leave soon
ior rennsyivania to make their
The garage at Terrehnnnp In
charge of Mr. B. Malklson has been
completed and they aro now ready
10 siari ousmess. They have also
installed a new gas tank.
Joe McClay has his hay baled and
Is now hauling It to the cars.
A surprise Dartv was clven nt tho
home of Mrs. J. C. Wvman at Wed.
nesaay aiiernoon. Those present
were Mrs. O. F. Wallenburg. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Arney. Mr. and Mrs linh.
ert Knorr and son Floyd, Mrs. Bar
ney Rodeslde. Mrs. Jeogeasen, sen
ior. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wyman and
Robert and Charles Wvman. A film
dinner was served and everyone had
Miss Margery Smith, n fnmt n.
clallst from the Oregon Agricultural
college, visited Terrebo nn iirhnnl
Thursday afternoon and gave a very
Interesting talk on food.
Miss Comegys also mado a visit
to the school. A business meeting
of the Parent Teachers' association
was held after tho talk ly Miss
Superintendent Thompson of Bend
and H. C. Seymour, state club lead
er, were at school Thursday fore
noon. Mr. Seymour Is .trying to
organize boys and girls' clubs. Ter
rebonne will probably have two or
Terrebonne school colebrated
Washington's birthday Wednesday by
having a nrocranf In llm fnrnnnnn
and a holiday In tho afternoon. Tho
progrum was held In tho Club hall.
Mrs. N. H. Elliott, who lias boon
very III, is reported to bo Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. 0.. F, Wallonburg
and small daughter and Mrs. J. C.
Wyman went to Redmond Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Parr have been
attending tho Farmers' Week ses
sions at Redmond. A number of
otherB frpm hero also attended the
Mr. J. C. Wyman mndo a business
trip to Culver this week.
Bert Grant nnd Robert Gardner
haye been on tho sick list this week.
Loren Cyrus whlln nut ,-ni.i,u i,
JS accidentally shot himself through
Mr. and Mrs. Wallonburg and fam
liy were Sunday eucnts at tim wv.
All day services wnr hnM r
church on Sunday, Mr. Hartranft
spoke on tho "Revelation." .
Mrs. iiiems returned from Hills-!
boro accompanied by her father, Mr.
llntcs. Mr. Hlems Is very III with
Tho grades nro entering tho con
test for good teeth essays unit tho
health pasters which aro open to tho
SIDELIGHT ON SYRIAN LI
Writer Gives an Ineloht Into HI Lift
a a Small Doy In That Little
The road were open. Traveler
came Into our village. Scarcely n
night wns the guest house In our court
yard unoccupied. 1 liked to sit with
my father and his guests lu this room,
built after European stylo with four
large windows over which In winter
oiled paper whs passed to keep Mu
coid out. The walls of the guest room
were while nml on them wero hung
tho choicest rugs brought hack from
Kurdistan by my Grandfather Mima.
There wero, chairs In this room. I
wns very proud thnt wo should own
chairs, hut I found them most uncom
fortable to sit on. After a few mo
ments my legs began to nrho and I
slipped down on the cushions. In the
alcovo of tho guest chamber wero
some otd manuscripts hound In course
"leather. They wore holy books with Il
luminated margins. Among them whs
a Bible In Syrluc- I carefully refrained
from touching It. It was too holy. I
uilght perhaps ho struck dead for my
Among tho travelers that came along
tho rontl was Hotly, tho hlnger. Ho
wns tho ugliest man that I hail over
seen, sore-eyed, pock-marked mid dirty.
Hut ho was very wise. Ills Ivory han
dled dagger In Its silver sheath wns so
long that It'renched from his client to
his hips. My playmates and I won lit
have laughed ami Jeered at him, per
haps. It ho had not carried this dng
ger. Youel It. Mlrzn In Asia Mugii
BARGAIN AT S30 A MONTH
Chinese Boy With "Exceptional Knowl
edge of English" Should Have
Been Snapped Up Quickly.
The following application for em
ployment was received by a Shanghai
hong from a student In the Shanghai
'Nothing Is of less Importance thnn
the age of a person; nevertheless. It
Is proper to begin thnt I am in my
twenty-flrst year. Having u firing am
bition to do some service In tho busi
ness world, I grasp this opportunity
to Insert myself Into the sphere. It
Is true that mnny are now wandering
Idly In tho market nwnltlng employ
ment. But It Is true to the same ex
tent that many of these, If not nil, are
good for nothing. To take notice upon
them, or to put some duty upon them
Is to give gun powder to children lis
n plnythlug. The danger cun be Imng
Ined. "I am now going to give some ac
count of my personal abilities. It I
not too much to sny that my knowl
edge of English enn hardly be repre
sented to the full color by such n little
adjective as 'thorough. It Is oxrep
tlotinlly excellent, to he outspoken.
As to the art of typewriting, my hands
go on as smoothly ns to kknto on nn
Icy river. With such Intellectual
weapons nny hard duties can hi; as
easily conquered as nn egg shell by
a wave. Tho,i-ulory i look for would
be $30 n month.
"Awaiting your answer earnestly. I
am. Sir, . .orm muu ua-
Robin Is Inventor.
The robin lives In trees nml part
ly on the ground, so that It some
times hops, like birds that live in
trees, ami sometimes walks or runs,
like birds that live on the ground.
The robin Is u plucky little fellow.
He will stand up for himself, and
refuses to let other birds put upon
him. Generally ho lives atom. some
times with a mutff hut never do you
find robins In Docks.
This little bird can claim to be the
Inventor of pottery.
Look nt n robin's nest and you will
sec that It Is a clay pot, set Into a
pile of straw. When n robin has fin
Uhetl with a nest, tnke It und pur It
tho fire, having first thoroughly
dried It. Leave It on the fire until nil
tho strnw;s hare been burnt, and If It
has not broken, you wilt find thnt
ou havo u ixtrfectly good earthen pot.
Peculiar Manx Cats.
The origin of Manx cats Is now at
tributed to the arrlvul of theso cats
on the Isle of Man from ships belong
ing to the Spanish urmutla Hint woie
recked there. They were probably
brought from .lupnii or eastern Asia.
hey arc u distinct specie with short
foretegH, and elevated lilniliiuitrteM,
mil differ from other cuts somewhat In
cull, ways, nnd character. They vury
in coor. I'eoplu who havo owned them
for long periods tay they are not good
muiixei'H or hunters. In character they
are rather similar to u dog, being high
ly companionable and having some of
tho qualities of a guardian, but they
ure not considered hunters In 'any
sense of the word.
NEVER WANTS ANYTHING KWK
"I tried many different kinds of
cough medlclno," writes1 Mrs. E, K.
Olson, 1917 Ohio avenue,, Buporlor,
Wis., "but I never want anything
elBo than Foley's Honey and Tar. I
used It for all my children and also
for my grandchild. It always did
fine work." Foley's la pure, whole
some and absolutely safo. Bold
Put It In The Bulletin,
How Uncle Sam Spend
Your Money in Conduct
injt Your Business
By EDWARD G, LOWRY
Aattior "WuhlnttiMi Ctow-Ura," "Itanka J
rtauttUI Sjil.mi," rVutritxllor IWtllul
oj tiflcaU ArtfotM la l-tfellnf I'trUfclKftl
tM W'rlltr r NfvflU! Authnrttr 04 iht
Nttlvftil UoTtramtnl't IImIbm UvUtv.li,
Opfrlfhl. Wntirn MvtptHr Union
MAGNITUDE OF BILLIONS
I have been throwing the Incredible
figures at your head. Neither J oil nor
anybody else bus the falute.it conceit'
tlon of what ono billion dollars really
Is. Wo speak familiarly of billions its
u commonplace, imt most of us live
our lives In terms of hundreds.
I havo shown you thnt every one
of us, man, woman and child, lu this
country, paid last year $r;t."7 each
trwattl the support of the government.
Of course, every person dues not pay
exactly $X.", A great many pay
more ami some pay less; but those
who pay tho must try to take It out
of thote who pay tho least by Increas
ing tho prices of what they have tt
sell, or of services rendered or work
performed, ko that It averages out at
$K1,77. Some pay more than their
shnre. others pay less. This Is culled
an Incident of taxation. The whole
point Is, that wo all pity; thnt wo pay
nuw more than w ever paid before;
nnd there Is no present prospect of our
pitying less for some jears.
In this way we havo all paid our
shore In tho World war. Tho net cost
of (hat enterprise to tlnte has been
$2l,10O,tHj(j.iHK. or. Including our loans
to foreign governments, which hnvo
not been repaid, KUI.I.VHXMHK). Theo
nm olllclul treasury figures. Do not
let your eyes run over them lightly,
Thlrty-threo billion four hundred anil
flfty-llve million dollars Is an nlmott
Incomprehensible sum. Tho cint of
running the nntlenal government Is
now nrouml ?5,(m)0,001I a year. The
e.xTt say that for the next two or
three years the cost of the government
will not descend below about S-I.IKJO,-000,000
I want you clearly to understand thn
Immensity, the magnitude, the over
whelming size of such sums. We
ch'ntter about billions nowadays with
out In the least knowing what U n
billion. Let me try to bring It homo
to you. it Is now, roughly speaking.
1020 years since the birth of Christ.
Wo do not know precisely ami accu
rately nt what hour nml on what day
Christ wm born. But under tho Gre
gorian calendar, according to which
wo now reckon time, wo have
record of the days since January first
of the year one. Anno Domini. From
the beginning of the year ono to Jnn
unry 1, Ifr.'l, there elnpn-d nhotit 701.
207 days, or, to reduce It further,
1(1,830,-103 hours, which ho'ng reduced
ngnln, means I.W.W.M.-im) minutes.
I will ask you to remember that, tho
whole history of tho modern world
from the llrst second of tho year out)
to tho last second of the year 1(120
has been compressed Into l.OOU.SUI.-ISO
Now let us suppose thnt with tho !
permission of tho Roman authorities
Hie United .States hail established n !
disbursing olllcer at Jerusalem on tho
first day of tho year one with InstrtiC'
lions to pay out $5 n minute day and
night, .Sundays and holidays Included,
right down through tho centuries to
New Year's day, 1021.
Suppose ho hail been given S.'i.lKO,
005,700 to start him on his long spell
of spending. Thnt Is ono estimate of
tho sum that It cost to run this gov
ernment lu 1020. On the morning of
January 1, 1021, this mythical disburs
ing olllcer, giving money nway at tho
rate of S.1 n rnlnute, would havo spent
only $3,OIO,121',-I00, and would still
be ono of the richest men lu the
world, for bo would have left on
hand JftK!.8&,!,.'iOr! of the orlglnul sum.
Paying out nt tho rate of S.' a minute
for mori than 1000 years, ho would
not have kept pace with the coit of
upkeep of (his government for the one
single year 1020.
Huppo.se this Imngmnry government
Bpeniler hnd been authorized to pay
out at tho rate of $2,1 a minute through
the centuries. H would not havo
finished, on January 1, 1021, paying
for our share of tho cost of the World
war by sonio $78-1, 0.10,0 CO. Ho would
have that much left over after paying
out $2.1.22:5,003,010, He would havo been
paying out nearly -10 cents every sec
ontl the clock ticked for moro than 10
centuries without being nhlo to dis
charge our share of the World war
Do you ever bother your bond about
these bushels and bushels of dollars
that you contribute to tho support of
tho government? You earned them.
You know whether thej-enmo rnslly or
not. Do you know where they go
after they lo-tvo you, how tltey nro
spent, whether wisely or foolishly!
It's nil your monoy, contributed for tho
proper nml economic conduct of your
iHiMnefK. Thero Is no such thing as
government money, Tho govern ment
never earned n cent.
You own tho government and you
Mipport it, nnd It Is merely adminis
tered by men of your selection. I
have always been puzzlrd about -why
you do not tnko nn-nctlve nnd eager
jntercst In what becomos of your
money that ymi pity lu taxes,
But let's go on and get down to
Early Settlers' Abandoned Cabins
On Desert Claimed By Jackrabbits
During Storm; Bad Drifts Reported
Cithtus of onrly homesteaders on
tho high desert, empty for years,
iiroslesortud mi longer. Thoy havo
boon appropriated by tho Jackroh
hit, filnco tho coming uf tho heavy
snow Hutiday, desolate shucks,
abandoned by mini, havo furnished
shelter to hundreds of long cared
rodents. County Hcliool Hiiporln
tonduiit J. Alton Thompson re
ported following a trip to tho (Irln
stead ranch 32 miles oast uf lloiid
HcorcH of "Jacks" wuro culture"
gating alio nt nearly ovory empty
cabin along tho way, Thompson
said, Not only that, hut thoy woro
actually taking up their nhodo lu
To Utilize Waste Time.
A system In voituo III il few New
York department stores lo utilize tho
spare time of their employee", when
customers aro few Is to hold meetings
of a seml socliil character, In which a
part or the whole of their forces can
participate. One of the most popular
and benellrlnl of those systems, from
the viewpoint of the einplnjert and the
emphoees. j t uM'mho the forces
und slug songs and hear short address
es dellwred on general subjects by
nlore executives or others, A dally
use of that sistem. according to one
store malinger who bus hull the system
tu practice for considerable time, Is
to Infuse greater enthusiasm nitiong
Its employes for their work nnd to
Inculcnte a spirit of co-operation be
tween the employer nnd his employees.
How Man Spoils the Air,
"Windows open more would keep
doctors from the door." A very Inrge
quantity of fresh nlr Is pol!rd and
rendered foul by the net of hrenthlng,
A mnn spoils not less limn n gallon
every minute. In right hours' breath
ing n full-grown mnn spoils ns much
fresh nlr ns seventeen threohushel
sacks could hold. If hr were shut up
In ii room seven fret brondr seven feet
long und seven feet high, the doors
nnd windows fitting so tightly thnt no
nlr roiild pins through, he would die
poisoned by bis own breath, In a very
few hours; In twenty-four hours he
would hnve spollrd nil the nlr con
tained In the room, nnd hnvo convert
Ml It Into poison.
Having bought tho J. O, llagoti
grocery and moat market, DCQ Now
port avenue wn want your beef,
pork, ve.nl and poultry, highest mar
ket prlco paid. Wo aro ulso In tho
market for hides nnd pelts. Phono
210W., M. A. Ilonrdmnu & Hon.
Facts You Should Know
When You Buy a Car
Surplus Power is furnished by the Buick
, 'Carburetors are automatically heated.
Crankca.se or Radiator drained by turn
ing a handle.
Oil Pumps are self thawing.
Itockcr Arms automatically lubricated.
Radiator are easily repaired by inserting
Clutch positive in action, still a child can
Gear Shift made by a slight touch of the
Steering a Buick is like child's play.
Steering Rod or drag link all one piece.
Universal Joint automatically lubricated.
Frame is scientifically designed, extra
Third Member absorbs all driving strains
not the springs.
Brakes very efilcient, easily adjusted.
Rear Axle special design correctly built.
Head Room plenty, not too much.
Twelve Models of Buick cars make it pos
sible for you to secure the type of car
Ask us to tell you more about Buick
Buick and Chevrolet Cars Goodyear Tires
When Better Automobiles Arc Built Buick Will
tho houses whiirovor iinglacod win
dows, or bnikaii doors pormlttod
(hum In outer, Tho uxlstouco of
thesu ahiiiuliiiii'd liiimim bus saved
Jackrabblt lives tho utimbur of
which would bo liiiposslhlo to us
tlinato, Thompson believes,
Hnow has drifted to a depth of
from tli i on tu four feet In many
places, and tho Jlrothots ittiigo was
compdlled lo mako u wldu dotolir
to got through, Tho county super
intendent, accompanied by his
daughter Mary, Instructor at tho
Mllllcnii school, was forced In walk
tho lust in 1 tu anil iiiiu-iuarlur, tho
car holng jiiiahlo In iiiuku Its way
through tint Increasingly difficult
39 Tons Of Lime
And Sulphur For
Sheep Dtp Needed
Twenty-six tuns uf sulphur
und 1.1 tons of llmo will bo
-r needed to dip Cent nil Oregon's
sheep In tho curative and pro-
s veutlve campaign iwtnlust scab-
les which will bo carried on this
s spring, Dr. R. A. Parsons, fed- 4-
oral Inspector for thin section
uf thn stnto estimates. His fig.
ures uro based on tho snpposl-
tlon that 106, 000 sheep will bo
Hhecp molt nro planning to s
place tho order lu tho nenr fu-
turn so that tho materials can
bo mixed tu hn Used Immediate-
ly nflor thn April shearing.
iackac;e koxes to
AID MAIL CAUKIEIt
Thrrn Inrgo inotnl package boxes
to bo located nt points In Hand yol
to bo determined, nro on tho wny and
nro expected greatly tu ease tho la
bors of tho mail carrier. Tho boxes
will mako possible tho caching of
packages at convenient points, mak
ing It iiutiocaisary for thn carrier to
struggle along under a heavy load
for his ontlra route.
Moct Destructive Earthquake.
The dninnge done by an earthqunkej
Is generally limited to n smnll area,
but the great quake that occurred In
Assam, In 1MI7. wns destructive over
nn nren of lM).(SK) squnro miles.