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AKNH IWMiWTW, IIKNU, OltWIOR, THIHHDAY, MAItCIf S, 1023.
TOTAL VISITORS TODAY
TO BE 1,000
PRIZES ARE AWARDED
Hurry. Nenl nt Prlnevlllo Tube
K'filiit(rH KtlillillN Kvci-I-lent
Ami Varied Woody
folk I'lulillng Oiiur.
A register of vlnltorH nt llio Foul
ti4 show for Hot urtliiy only, showed
"Wtl o'clock Hint ovor flOOpurHoiiNhud
vlnlted Dm room In tint Minor build
Iiik whoro llm illniilnyH worn located,
mid crowd woro nt t lint tlmo pouring
Into tlio building funtiir tliim ovor,
assuring nit iitlondmico for tint day
if ovor 1,000, In spllo of tlio liud
wo.ithor mid tint difficulties of travel,
ii largo shurn of tlio vlNltom wurn
from out of town.
From tlio oxcollotico mid viirloty
of dlspluy. tint uttondunco mid lu
te' rout nIiowii, It In rnifu to ny that
' Bond' first nti mini Poultry uliow wn
an unqualified hiicci'kn. Moro
mid butter oxhlliltn mid ttrcatnr lit
tcndmica nru insured for next year.
Iltack Minorca U. Wagoner of
Prlnevlllo; Mm. II. J. HottoiiK. Mr.
II. J. HottoiiK.
Whlto Leghorn II. I). Slowiill, C.
McLaughlin. Mr. W. T. King.
lluntnm Ml (Irnco Sawyer,
Mr. II. I). Hlowell, Lawrence T.
Whllo Itockit (). M. Thorp, F. C.
Fish. IV J. Ilolf.
Barred Hock Chnrlc Carroll;
Hoy McCullUter, of I'rlnovlllo; Mr.
II. J. Sollong.
Silver Laced Wyandotte Wil
liam Frmind, I'rlnavllln.
Huff Orplnttton Mr. M. A.
Thunton, Mr. I'. 1". Lync.
Whllo Wynnilotti) Harry Ncul.
Prlnovlllu; W. O. Iloadrlck.
Ithodo Inland lied Mr. 11. K.
Bench, JuIIiih I'odnmon, J, 11, (Jrny.
Capon Mr. II. I), Btowoll.
Light llrahmn Mr. K. J. CrclKli
ton. Duck Dr. II. O, Stqwoll (Call
duck): J. W. Jonai, (Indian Hun
nor); It. I). Htowcll. (Indlmi Hun
nor). Turkey O. L, Pnvls, Holla
Chase, Mr, I'carl ClhiRrlch.
Exhibit entered lata yeMerdny In
cluded Barred Hock, by Charles
llalnc, I', O. Power of Redmond,
II. L. OKdon and Holln Chno; Ore
gon pullet. F. W. Well; Pearl
(lulnens, F. W. Well.
light Art' Moody
Homo liloody exhibitions of cock
flKhtlm; which woro Mngcd during
tlio early part of tlio night nrcmnil
tatcd tlio placing of cardboard bo
twven tlio coop.
Kxhlhlt of feed for chicken, and
a demonstration of n farm lighting
and power plant, woro contained In
tliii umo room, mid attracted much
llorml Itoek Win
Chartc Carroll of Dond'took tlio
gonornl weopatnko prlzo for tlio
liRHt cock mid for the two hoit hen.
Thoy worn Ilnrred Plymouth
Hock. K. WiiKonnr of Prlne-
vlllo took tlio KU'ioral swoop-
Htakon prlzo for tlio bent hen. Hurry
Noal of I'rlnovlllo won tho Clnun C
woopstnkc with hi pen of Whlto
Wymulotte. II. M. CIiiiho won tho
wooptnki'H for tho bust turkey hen,
mid O, L. Dnvls for tho bent gob-
N. P. Nlolson of Alfalfn took flmt
prlzo In tho baby chicks display, and
Dr. 11, 1), fltowoll Hucond.
A lawyer who once opposed F.llhu
Knot In n brenrh.of-proniliio milt tell
thl story: "My clli'iit, for nil her
broki'ii In-art, wn n very pretty nml
vivacious girl. Hoot defeated her
and mo by ending his defense with
those word: t
"'(Jentlciiion of the Jury, do you
really think thnt this ehunuliii: youiiK
lady' Hfu Ik blighted or that Iht pros
pect 8 of getting niiuTk'd are preju
diced In the leant? I don't suppose
you do. There 1 not oiui nf im
who would bo iivorso to forming thn
iiciiuiilntanco of no delightful u ior
roii. Why, look lit her now nIio Ib
nctunlly smiling t me, but I must nt
nncn Inform her that I iim not In the
matrimonial market.' " IJostoli Trim,
KKIiP TUN CHILDHHN AVKI.Ti
Don't nogloct n chlld'n cold. Yritt
can rollovo fovorlnh colds, coughs,
Hanurf inu nml flfrht wlmnzv hrnuth-
Ipk with Foley' Honey mid Tnr. It
chocks croup, too. Joiin it, uuumcui,
Hast OrmiBo, N, J writes: "I find
Foloy's Honoy nml Tnr vory good
for tho children," Contains no op
iates, Sold liJvorywhoro, Ailv.
THEFT OF GUNS
li:i: HTMVUNH COMMirriJI) TO
HTATI5 THAIMNd HCIIOOL HV
JI.'VM.VILK 3VMIV. AU 1H
Loo Ktuvom admlttad Baturday
In Jiivenllo court that ho hud
fttolnn a rlflo and u hIioIkiiii from J,
II, Ilanor'ii nutomolillo on liiat Octu
lior 1T, mid wn committed to the
Oregon Atnto Truliilm: mcIiooI for
boy at Hiilum by JuiIko H, W, Baw
yor, Hay HtnvimK, an older brother,
huIi that ho hud tried to keep tho
boy HtralKbt, but had Neemud to havo
no authority ovor lilin.
Dr. J. TmiHcher, Jr ripreontn
tlvo of tho Hoy' mid Otrl' Aid ho
duty of Orccoii, which hud churce
of tho boy for hoveral year, wuh
liroont to tell of Ktnveti' record
whllo under hi ohaorviitlou. Thu
itocluty hud riillmiuUlicil It charKe of
I. no mid hi brother Hobnrt becutmu
they bncmiio dollnfiuniit, ho tCKtifled.
Leu KtevutiM' lieu wnn okuIii i iiuh
tloned for tlio rwimin that Dr. Tuun-
clier'n record hhowed htm to he 18
year old prior to the thuft, hut
JildK" Kawynr rulod thut tho ciiko
would contlnuo In tho Juvenilis court.
American Time Slcnal fleet.
The I'iikIIiIi freely ndiiilt thnt the
K.vntem of teteuriiphlc lime nlitiialn
adopted by the niivnl oliservntnry nt
Wimliliictnn U mui-h to tie pieferred to
thnt In tie nt (Ireeuulrb fur Kiipplylng
Oreut llrltnlu with ntnnihird tlnio.
At Oreeiiwlch n nlKiinl In Kent out at
noon, wberen nt WnnhliiKton n erle
of nlKtiul I lined, tiexlnnlne five
minute before iiimhi. Iturlni; tUiir
five uilnilteN every tick of the obnervn
lory rlork In electrically trnunmltted,
except the twenty-ninth necond of each
niliiule, tlio luit Ave necolifln of the
flmt four iiiliiuten, nml nt InM ten
neeondn of Hie fifth nilmile. After thin
llnnl ten xecoud break, the noon
Klfiinl In Klveii, In thin manner the
middle of enrli minute In rlenrly In
United, mill yet more clearly the In
ntiint of noon, Tim lencth of the
herlen fiirllllnlen tlio ri'KUlnllon of
ctiK'kn mid chronometer.
Fifty Men and One Elephant
Interi-ntlnu lenln were onee ninde to
determine the reiertlve pullhiR pow
er of hornet, men mid elephimtn. Two
hornen, welchhii; LOW miindn each,
together pulled fl.TM) poundn, or BM
poiindn more than their combined
weight. One elephniit, welshlm; 12O00
poundn, pulled K,Tf0 ouudn, or IViTiO
poundn lenn thuti bin weight. Klfty
men, iigKrepilliiK about 7,1100 poundn
In weight, pulled 8.7W) poundn, or Junt
an much nn the nlngle elephniit. Hut,
like the hornen, they pulled more than
their own weight. One hundred men
pulled IL'.OO') poundn.
FO RM E IMiE ND GIRL
U. P. STAFF MEMBER
Tho plcturo of Lucllo K. Sounder,
formerly n reporter on Tho Hullotln,
uppoar In tho 11)22 publication Ih-
sued by thu United Pre iiHaoclutloii
reKiirdliiK thu activities of thnt news
RiitherltiK ugoncy In all cornor of
tho kIoIio. MIbh Saunders appear us
n membor of tho United Press staff
Aids In Learning Alphabet
To old children to learn tlio alphabet
n mnchliio linn been Invented which.
nH lettered key nro pressed, mine
curd heurliiK tho letter mid pictures
of objects thu names of which begin
with thu tellern.
KANSAS WILL JAZZ
IF SHE GOVERNS
dlelcn l'ettigrcw, pretty bue'
eyed mil of twenty, wnnts to b
governor of Kansas. Sie Is head
of an Anti-War Club. Her cam
paign for the governorship li being
managed by a younger lister. Her
platform includes opposition to all
"Ulue Laws." She also believes iif
Jazz music, beer and light wines for
those who want 'em; that women
should imoke if they wish an'd dreil
at they please.
ROUND TRIP BY
AID OF HORSES
Tho Bllvcr Lnko staRO driven by
J. L. Harrlman, which left Hend
Thursday returned Saturday af
ter making tho full round trip to
Silver Lnko for tho first tlmo In
mora than a week. The aid of horses
was necessary for a part of tho dis
tance. Tho Btogu left Silver Lnko
at 10 o'clock Friday morning and
arrived hero nt 8 Saturday morning.
It left again Saturday, going
only to tho strip of cordouroy road
18 miles south of La Pine, and thrco
miles from Summit station, from
whero a homo stage will tako tho
mall and passengers.
A. II. tiortsou.mado tho round trip
with tho mall Friday to La Pino.
Ho stated that tho trip was difficult,
not so much on account of tho depth
of tho snow a because of Its rough-
tics and the uneven condition of tho
rut, making It hard to keep In the
Sugar Once a Delicacy.
We are apt to forget how short n
tlmo It I lncu sugar was regarded
a n costly delicacy, proper to bu used
by tho wealthy nlouu or n n medicine.
In tho early colonial duys it Hold nt
about 75 cent u wuml, In the loaf,
and granulated sugar wa unknown.
It wu with the growth of the custom
of drinking coffee- and tea that It be
came a food staple. When It was In
troduced to Knglund In medieval time
It wu uh "Indian salt." n rare and
preclou condiment, although the nrt
of boiling sugar was known In India
before the Seventh century, and In
Kgypt much eurller. The Dutch
brought sugar to Manlinttnn, mid n
New York Gazette of 1".'!0 carried
thl advertisement: "Public notice
I hereby given that Nlcholn Hayard,
of the City of New York, bus eroded
a house for refining nil sort of sugar
nod sugar candy, mid has procured
from IOurope nn experienced artist In
thut mystery." New York Kvenlng
Heads "Sized Up."
The size of a man's cranium tins
nothing to do with tlio size of his head.
Truly lilg-heudcd men nre usually so
modest you havo to push them tuto
Often big bones nro bestowed by n
pitying providence to cumpensato for
thu luck of gray mutter their bigness
Napoleon wn n small man with u
bullet-shaped bend. Ho was dictator
ial iimi Imperative, Hut then you run
I'orKlvo such u fellow, when he litis
the goods. It's tho would-be's that try
Many of the tuition's grentest men
hityo very ordinary-sized bends when
measured by their lint bands. In fact,
they offer no suggeMlon of thu big
hem! when viewed from tiny nnglu.
I Woods Flower-Carpeted.
Soon nfter thu earliest blossoms Imvo
lifted their bends to tlm HUiixhiuo the
stately queen of tho vernnl woods
tho largo white tillllum unfurls her
banners of snowy white, In many
wood this species occurs In Mich
numbers ns to give tlio forest tloor
tho tippenrnnco of n white-starred enr
pet. Wo tiro likely to tlnd n whlto
spider, with tho front two pairs of
legs lunch elongated, sitting close to
tho center of tlm ilower. This Is tho
whlto crnh spider, ti species which
thus, maintains nn uttltudo of waiting
with Us long leg spread llko u pulr
of forceps over tho mlddlo of tho bio,
som runfly to elzo such Insects us iiiny
visit It In search of nectar or pollen.
American Forestry Magazine
Bulletin Want Ads bring results-
Room! One at a Time!!
"Pay As You Leave" Plan To Be Tried
In Bend Theaters; Movie Patrons To
No more prices nro to bo an
nounced for Il'jnd movie shows, be
ginning on Monday, Individual
theater goer will appraise each
bill and after seeing It will pay
whatever each think It to bo
worth, J. 11. Sparks, manager of
tho Liberty and Ornnd theaters,
announced Tuesday. The "pay ns
you enter" plan I to bo dis
carded for tho "pay as you leave"
system, already demonstrated In
Seaside a a highly practicable
Theater patrons 'may pay less
per show than now; some of them
may pay more, but even If all pay
substantially less, Manager Sparks
believes that his revenue will be
a great or greater than it Is at
present. More pcoplo will havo
tho opportunity to see more shows
Memory Lapse of
4 Hours Results
His memory n blank as to oc-
currencc between the hours of
7:30 nnd 11:30 o'clock Friday
night whllo on n coasting party,
4- Mike Mahoney, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Mahoney of Delaware
avenue, has as his first recol-
-9- lection of the night his trip
homeward. Then ho found
himself pulling a sled on which
rested 10 year old Blaine Or-
rcll, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F.
fr Orrcll, of Georgia nvenue.
Young Orrell had been severe-
ly bruised while coasting, nnd
Mahoncy's memory lnpso had
been caused by n hend on colli- 4-
slon with n treo ns he tobog-
gnned down tho hill back of the
Several others were reported
to havo been hurt Friday night
on tho snmo slide.
FIND HEALTH IN SUN'S RAYS
Ancients Had Full Faith In Treatment
Now Practiced in the Most Mod
In n bmall village In the Adiron
dack 'there Is n sanitarium where
putlcnts tnko sun baths. And n high
price Is chnrged for the treatment.
Hnthlng In the sun's rays for health
Is nu undent ceremony, handed down
from the earliest nges. Wiseacres In
bygone times used to bnthe In the
sunshine, believing In the grent vnluo
of light as n destroyer of disease.
Light wns the secret nnd universal
medicine by which they cured many
Sunlight Is the grentest factor In
our plnuetury existence; If It failed
nil life would perish. Ono has only to
look nt nature for potent examples.
In vegetnble, imlmul nnd human life
tho InlluencO of sunlight Is strongly
manifest. Compare the vegetation In
tho gardens of n buck street nwny
from the sunlight with similar growth
In tho open country. Compare tho
children, if the country with those
lfvlng down n narrow street of tho
For creating good genernl henlth
nnd hnpplness no medicine Is so ef
fective ns tho direct rays of the sunv
A sun buth consists of letting tho rnys
of tho sun bntho tho skin each day,
preferably during the morning. Tho
body Is, of course, wholly or partial
Best Way to Fall.
If ono must fnll there Is less likeli
hood of serious Injury If ono rclnxes
than If ono tightens the muscles mid
offers too grent u resistance. A drunk
en man or a child offers less resistance
than Is usual In other cases.
Of Films Exhibited
at less money, no ono will bo dis
satisfied at the price, and seating
space avallablo will easily tako
care of largely augmented crowds
which may bo the result of the
new policy, say Sparks.
The entire plan Is based on con
fidence In the fundamental hon
esty of tho average Hend resident,
and this confidence Sparks has.
A box will bo In the lobby of
each theater will bo conveniently
placed to receive the nickels,
dimes, and quarters of movie fans
leaving the shows. If a patron
leaves nothing In the box It will
bo taken as an expression of opin
ion that tho show is not worth
whllo. An attendant will make
change for those who have only
coin of larger denomination than
they care to leave.
CITY CLUB WINNER
OVER PLANT TEAM
Tho City club Mondr.y defeated
tho Shevlln-IIIxon plant bowlers on
tho American Legion alleys by a
score of 2,347 to 2.0C9, getting three
straight games. Koy Slate of the
City club bowled the high score, 526
for the three games and 201 for a
single game. Tho scores:
Totals 734 722 S36 2292
V. P. Webb 139 146 161
C. V. Webb 141
715 6S1 673
TO BE HELD HERE
Intense rivalry among the high
schools of Central Oregos which
have qualified for the second round
of the stato debating honors has re
sulted In a decision to hold tho de
bates In noutral towns. Tho section
ill contests will bo held In Bend, ac
cording to an announcement from
Tho Dalles. PrlnovHlo will 'meet
cither Odell or Wasco high here.
But Is It Worth It?
This Is n remedy of an English
woman for taking off superfluous
ounces from the face that has be
come too fnt through overentlug and
luck of exercise.
To begin with, of course, she. rec
ommends mild dieting mid plenty of
walking nnd lots of water to drink
every day. This to cut down super
tluous fnt nil over the body.
Ono good exercise Is this: Open
tho 'mouth nnd work tho Jaw vigor
ously, llrst to tho right, then to the
left, then backward, then forward.
Do this persistently.
Then draw .tho cheeks In" between
the teeth nnd puff tlieui out hard nnd
full. Then, with thu teeth shut tight,
stroke tho cheeks with the palms of
tho bunds gently upward from the
chin tip to forehead. Don't do tiny
of thu stroking exercises too rnpldly
or vigorously, vbut do them for n long
time, persistently, slowly. You will
get. tho best results In this way.
Rulo for Sales.
Don't try to sell anything unlesa
you nre first sold on It yourself.-
Forbes Magazine (N. Y.).
125 108 233
139 122 261
131 139 411
IS SET FOR FRIDAY
Friday night ha boon definitely
decided upon a tho date for tho bas
ketball gamo between tho hlRh school
and II. A, A. C. tonnm, Doth aro
practicing hard this week In prepara
tion for this content. Tho llnou'ps
will bo about an thoy were In previ
HHOItr ANI TO THU l"OIXT
Everyone ufflfctcd with rheumatic
pnlnn, backucho, soroncs, lameness.
swollen Joint or other symptoms nt
kldnor trouble should rend thl:
"Since taking Foley Kidney Pills tho
backacho left and I no longer havo
to get up night." Signed, A. V.
Llenhardt, 715 Sonrca St., Leaven
worth, Kansas. Sold Everywhere.
NOTKU KOrt I'tJULICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Tho Dal
les, Oregon, February 24, 1922.
Notice Is hereby given that John
A. Owens, of Milllcan, Oregon, who,
on May 20, 1918, made homestead
entry No. 019884, for HB V4 SWVi,
section B, NWtf, a 'a HW, BB vi
SWtt, section 7, and on November
24. 1919 made ad. II. E., No. OI3901.
for NE Vt SW 4 , SB '4 . section 0, and
WV4 SW4. section 5, township 20
S., range 17 E., Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mako
three year proof, to establish claim
'to the land above described, beforo
II. C. Ellis, United States Commis
sion, at Dend, Oregon, on tho 11th
day of April, 1922.
Claimant name as witnesses: Em
ory W. Ourney. Valley N. Dykstra,
John H. Israel, and Herbert E.
Moore, all of Milllcan, Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY,
NOTICE tXJIt PUHLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Tho
Dalles, Oregon, February 2'4, 1922.
Notice Is hereby given thnt Mary,
II. Owens, of Milllcan, Oregon, who,
on November 13, 1918, raado home
stead entry No. 020159, for S)
NEW. SE, section 7, W SWU
section 8, and on November 12, 1920.
made ad. II. E. No. 020733, for K
Vt NEU, section 7. NW and Wi
NEU. section 8, township 20 S.,
range 17 E., Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mako
three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
H. C. Ellis, United States Comrarj
sloner. at Bend, Oregon, on the 11 tlx
day of April, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses: Em
ory W. Ourney, Valley N. Dykstra,
John H. Israel and Herbert E. Moore,
all of Milllcan. Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY,
NOTICE OF SIIKKIFFfi RALE
By virtue of an execution In fore
closure duly issued by the clerk of
the circuit court of tho County of
Deschutes, Stato of Oregon, dated
the 7th day of February, 1922 in a
certain action In tho circuit court
of tho State of Oregon for Ddschutea
County, wherein Central Oregon Ir
rigation Company, a corporation, as
plaintiff, recovered Judgment aglnst
M. M. Watklns. A. H. Watklns, P.oy
S. Watklns, John Watklns Harmon,
and Mead-IIaskell Company, a cor
poration, defendants, for the sum
of two hundred sixty dollars, with
Interest, and' costs and disbursement,
taxed at $26.05 and nccruing costs.'
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on the 18th day of March, 1922 at
the front door of the court house In
Bond, In said county, nt 10 o'clock:
of said day sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, for cash, tiro fol
lowing described property to-wlt:
Northwest quarter of tho south
east quarter of section 22. In town
ship 17 S.. rango 14 E of tho Willam
ette Meridian, taken and levied upon
as the solo property of tho said M.
W. Watklns, A. B, Watklns. Roy
S. Watklns. John Watklns Harmon
and Mead-IIaskell Company, a cor
poration, or as much thereof as may
bo necessary to satisfy the said Judg
ment in favor of said plaintiff and
'against said defendant, with Inter
est thereon, together with ull costs
and .disbursements that havo or may
accrue. Dated February 8, 1922.
Date of first publication, Febru
ary 10, 1922.
S. E. UOBEnTS,
Sheriff, Deschutes County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF AD.MINLSTItATOn'fl
IN THE COUNTY COUHT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOn DES
CHUTES COUNTY "
In the matter of the cstato of Charles
L. Alvorson, deceased.
Notices Is hereby glve,n that tho
undersigned administrator of tho
abovo estnto by vlrtuo of an order
of the nbovo court mado and entered
on tho 3rd ,day of Fobruary, 1922.
will from nnd nfter tho 11th day of
March, 1922, proceed to soil fur cash
at tho oftlco of tho Bond Bulletin
In tho city of Bend, Oregon, the fol
lowing descrlbod real property sit
uated in Deschutes County, Orogon,
The SW qunrtor of tho NW quar
ter and the West half of tho SW
quarter of section 15, tho N half of
the NE quarter and tho SE quarter
of tho NE quarter of section 22, and
NW quarter of tho NW quarter of
section 23 all In township 17 S. of
rango 10 E, of tho Willametto Mer
idian. Dated this 9th day of Fobruaryj
m. it. Biaas.
Administrator of .tho estate of
Charles L. Alvereon, decoused.