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HKM) nOIJilCTIN, 11RND, OIUJOOlS. TIll'RSDAV, MARCH 0, tDUU.
What's Doing In The Country
TEAM RUNS, SPILLS
HAY, DRIVER UNHURT
DESCHUTES, Mnrch S. While rc-J
turning homo with n load of alfalfa1
hay, M. McKay was thrown from hlsi
wagon, and the load tipped over
when tho team ran away. Mcltny es-
caned without Injury.
Misses Edith and Lois Swalley
spent Monday afternoon with itrs
W. Lowo of Deschutes.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Anderson
who have been ill with grippe, are
P. S. Stanley of Deschutes was
visitor In Bend Tuesday.
a. M. Molten and Carl Corbctt ot
Deschutes made a business trip to
Pleasant Ridge Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Deblng of Des
chutes were Bend business callers
Ed Dean ot Tumalo made a bust
ncss trip to Bend Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson of
Pleasant Ridge attonded tho movies
In Bend Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Deblng and little
son Antone of Deschutes were Bend
Mrs. G. W. llolten of Deschutes
made a business trip to Bend Frl
Mrs. W. Lowo and EUetta Deblng
were Deschutes visitors Saturday
Jack Brula and Carl Corbett ot
Deschutes are loading a car ot Juni
per wood this week.
A majority of the people In this
neighborhood attended the Swalley
ditch meeting held In Deschutes Sat
Mr. and Mrs. A. Scobey and son
Kenneth of Tumalo were visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. B. Coleman and lit
tle son were visitors at the Scobey
home In Tumalo Friday.
Mrs. C. W. Nelson, Mrs. E. M.
Swalley and Misses Marguerite and
Elzetta Deblng were visitors at the
Lowe home In Deschutes Friday.
G. W. Jones made a business trip
to Tumalo Saturday.
Mrs. E. M. Swalley and Mrs. C.
W. Nelson attended the Parent-Teachers
meeting In Tumalo Thursday.
E. M. Swalley has been hauling
alfalfa hay to Nels Anderson of Bend
G. W. Jones of Deschutes made
a business trip to Tumalo Tuesday.
D. O. Slaughter and family of Des
chutes were given a surprise party
Thursday night by n few of their
neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parks,
Mrs. R. L. Thurston, Port Scott.
Lowney Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Nelson and children.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore and chil
dren and Mr. Charles Lowe and
mother, Mrs. M. Lowe were Sunday
visitors at the Lowe home In Des
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelson were
visitors at the Swalley home Sunday,
ladles last Thursday ut tho homo
of Mrs. Hod Foster. Mrs. F. Now
bolt nml daughter Ruth, Mrs. T. Ved
der, Hrs. R. Chapman, Mrs. G. Sta,
dig. Mrs. Curd, Mrs. O. Scott, Mrs
S. Scott, Mrs. J. Scott, Mrs. A. S.
Holmes, and Mrs. T. II. Mnddron
South and Delnney, sheep men of
Grnndvlow have rented tho Fuller
Frank Chnmberlln Is helping R.
S. Towno with farm work.
Mrs. Frank Nowbolt Is visiting her
daughters at Redmond.
Fred Walters and his son Darven
aro cutting posts for Mr. Holmes.
INJURED BY COLT
PLAINVIEW. March S.-Thcrlo
Blakesly met with a very p.ilutul ac
cident Wednesday while trying to
break a colt to ride. Tho colt ran
into a barbed wiro fence cutting ti t m
self very badly nnd cutting Thorlo's
leg so severely as to necessitate tak
ing eight stitches.
Mrs. Warren Chalfan spont Friday
with Mrs. Frances Hoss.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Loroy Fox and Lu
ther Fox spent Sunday at the Morfltt
J. Humteld of Portland and Mr.
Bodlfeld ot Redmond were visitors
In Plalnvlew Friday
Mrs. Warron Chalfan reports the
earliest chickens In this. vicinity hav
ing somo about n month old. They
are doing tine, regardless ot tho cold
Hubert Armstrong of Albany, Ore-
business visitor at W, F. Fryronr's
La llrutt ot Bond purhascd two
veals from It, O, Andrus Friday and
sovorai tioovos from n, k. iioso.
Mrs. Miller returned Tuesday from
Red mum! nnd Deschutes whoro she
has boon visiting her daughter. Mrs
Dean Van Matro and llttlo dnughtor
from Deschutes returned homo with
her remaining over till Friday.
F. M. 1. nuts of Redmond spent
Sunday at II. II. Kllgoro's with his
wife. Mrs. LnnU Is nursing Mrs.
Kllgoro during her Illness.
Mr. Hanson Is hauling hay tor Dan
noising on the McloUus thm week
from U. C. Kllno's. They .report the
snow four foot deep on tho river and
mat it is impossiuie to got a car
out from there.
Hclslng Is feeding n bunch of
sheep there on his ranch.
II. C. Kllno nnd R. U. Audrus at
tended tho farm loan meeting held
in Kcumomi Mituruny.
sir. Kobbltis or Sisters purchased
several tons ot my from W. T. liar
.Mrs. Corus Is on tho sick list this
Rev, Hillls of Tumalo was tho din
tier guest of Mr. Corns and mother
SISTERS MAY HAVE
BOY SCOUT TROOI'
SISTERS. March 8. The boss of
Sisters and Clorordalo are consider
ing formation of a boy scout troon.
All boys from tho ages of 1L to 18
.Mrs. Bailey sr.. has returned to
her home In Portland after spending
sovernl weeks hero visiting nt the
homo of her son and his wife Mr.
nnd Mrs. Meredith Ralloy.
Sorenson and Wilt, real estate
dealers wore transacting business In
Dend and Redmond Saturday.
BIG GAIN MADE
ORDERS ARE LARGER
'MECHANICAL MOTHER' FOR DESERTED LAMBS
Xcnily Two And One-half Thm
I'otnl for Flint Slv Week In till! I,
Tabulation For Western I'lnu
For Present Year Itcwnl.
Mrs. C. M. Bobbins and Miss Lo
gon, arrived Saturday evening for a cllo Snyder spent an evening with
visit with his parents Mr. nnd' Mrs.
A. . Armstrong.
Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Llvesay enter
tnlned Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Scog
gin, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chalfan
and children Sunday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ashton Morfltt. Mr
and Mrs. Leroy Fox, Luther Fox, Roy
nnd Edgar Heartt attended tho dance
at Sisters Saturday evening.
vern Llvesay and Kenneth Hollo
well were callers at tho H. A. Scog
gin ranch Saturday
Mrs. Elma Smith called on Mrs.
&am uurgess Sunday
Mrs. u. t. Powers Is reported to
be improving slowly from a severe
Mrs. South last weok
Misses Rose and Ruth Snoo were
dinner guests ot Miss Cecilo Robblus
Saturday at her homo hero
Messrs Edglngton and Harrington
purchased eight head of dairy cattla
from It. O. Andrus of Clovcrdnlo last
M. W. Knickerbocker was a busl
ness visitor In Bend Wednesday.
Claud woods took several veals
to Bend Monday.
Mr. Harrington accompanied him.
A. B. Richardson lias purchased n
lighting plant and had It Installed
In his houso near town.
attack of grippe, the rest of the tarn- the pulpit hero Sunday morning. Ho
ily is able to bo out. announced he would preach his fare-
pmg in Keumona.
Miss Josephine Burgess spent the
How tho pine Industry has
strengthened In tho last your Is
seen In figures on production, ship
ments, and orders for tho Western
Pine Manufacturers' nssnclittlou,
complied by the American Lumber
man for tho first six weeks ot tho
now year. Those figures nru com
pared with totals for the correspond
ing period of 1921, showing produc
tion to bo lSil.E nor cent of
that of n year ago, shipments 212.S
per cent of thoso In 11)21, and onion)
24 I.S per cent of the corresponding
period of last year. The Bend mills
aro included In the membership of
tho Western Pino Manufacturers' as
Production by association mills for
tho first six weeks of 1922 Is totaled
nt SO.12C.000 foot, shipments at
102,750.000, and orders at 11S.T75,
000. Comparative figures fur thu
year beforo show production at 2G,
823.000 feet, shipments -18,271,000,
and orders 47,27G,000.
The problem of saving lambs deserted by iilothorH has liumi solved
by a Potaluma, ful., ranchman It Is In tliu "mechanical mothiir" method
as pictured above Feeding lambs by hand Is a great tank but by nr
ranging nursing hottloH tilled with hot milk on a rack, tho liuiilm am
soon taught to feed themselves.
Children of Bend Extensive Readers
Says Librarian; Use Over One-Third
of Number of Books Circulated Her?
SHEEP ARE BOUGHT
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE. March
Rasmus Peterron recently purchased
the band of sheep belonging to A
Mr. and Mrs. S. Deblng and baby
were callers at tho Anderson home
on Wednesday afternoon.
Ed Swalley, W. J. Shannon and
Antone Ahlstrom attended the Swal
ley ditch meeting at Deschutes on
W. B. Hutchlns went to Redmond
Sunday to spend the day with his
wife and baby who are staying with
Mrs. Hutchlns mother, Mrs. Roberts.
Raymond Churchill attended the
dance at Tumalo on Saturday night.
Mrs. Alfred Pedersen visited Mrs.
Glen Cox at Deschutes on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended the show In Bend on Satur
Antone Ahlstrom, Miss HUma Nel
son and Mrs. Alfred Pedersen were
Bend shoppers on Friday.
J. W. Peterson was a Redmond
visitor on Friday.
Milan Whlttemoro was in Bend
on Saturday evening.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson visited Mrs.
F. S. Stanley at Deschutes on Sat
urday. W, B. Hutchlns went to Redmond
Thursday with a load ot wood for
Mrs. George Roberts.
Alfred Pedersen has been doing
the chores for O. E. Anderson who
Glen Roberts came out from Red
mond to stay with his brother-in-law
W. B. Hutchlns for a few days.
Mrs. F. S. Stanley of Deschutes
week end with her sister Mrs. H.
Mrs. F. E. Hoss. Roy Heartt and
Edgar Heartt were shopping In Bend
Hubert Scoggins spent Friday In
George Downs returned Monday 0f Hckncss.
well sermon Mnrch la. Arrange
ments are being made for n faro
well reception for Mr. and Mrs. Hil
lls at that time.
Miss Conway visited In Bend Sat
Dan Winkle Is confined to his bed
this week with an attack ot grlppo.
Miss velma Graham Is unable to
attend school this week on nccouut
from a short visit to Portland.
The directors of the McCalllster
district Improvement company held
their monthly meeting Wednesday
evening at the home of the President
Mr. and Mrs. P. Van Tassel drove
Into Bend Monday with a load of
potatoes and returned Tuesday.
JAW IS SMASHED
BY HORSE'S KICK
Mrs. M. Harrington Is finite sick
with grippe this weok and Miss Irnl
has been kept from school to wait
Some 40 couples atteitded tho Am
erican Legion dance hold hero Satur
hlttlesey Post American Legion
will hold a meeting on the evening of
George W. Brewster, superintend
ent of tho Snuaw creek Irrigation
company mado a short business trlf
10 hisiers last wool: rrom fort land
where he Is at'- ndlng law school.
Chris Stock visited with Bennett
.Mrs. Ilarclay Is a grlppo patient
P. J. Young bought seven saekH
ot seed potatoes from Mr. Scott.
L. C. Young attended tho Swalley
ditch meeting which was held nt Des
chutes Saturday afternoon.
A largo number of friends enjoyed
n pleasant evening at the George
Erlckson homo Friday night.
C. M. Rasmussen Is selling hay
Children borrowed about one
third of the books circulated In
I lend during February, according
to library statistics, for they took
homo 1051 liookii while grown
ups borrowed 2153, In reality
children ot school ago probably
rend much more than ouo-thlrd
of the books borrowed, for they
also lake homo adult books. Much
of their reading Is ilium In con
nection with school work, for somo
of tho grades require fifteen books
to bo read nt home during the nc
mcstur, says the librarian.
Tho Central library circulated
3207 books, the britiichen S93. and
the stations 174. making n total
ot 427 1, which breaks lint previous
record of circulation In Hut county
Elghly-olght new readers regis
teri'd nt the County library mid
Its brunches during February. Of
thorio 27 worn children.
Ho many peoplo havn expressed
apprexlnllon of tho pay shelf Hint
tho following nine titles were add
ed to tho collection today.
Iluriiiitt, lleud of tho limine of
Coomb; Culm', Master of Mini;
Chapped, Cruise of tho Ktiwa;
Gordon, To Him that Hath: Irwin.
Muttering lliulmint; Norrls, Be
loved Woman; Oppi'iiholm, profi
teers: Tnrklngtnn, Harlequin and
Columbine; Wlddemnr, Board
A swing was added to the piny
ground apparatus ot tho school Tues
day. Mablo and Lnureno llonrdmnn
have recovered from attacks of
India Nation of Farmr.
The large majority of the pnpuUttnn
of India are engaged In agricultural
pursuits, nearly '.Od.OOO.IxiO being en
gaged In tilling the Mill or dependent
for their living upon those so imieiu-p.1.
shout ami to Tin: ioixt
Kvuryouri afflicted with rheumatic
pains, backache, nnronoM, liwiirnux,
swollen Joints or other symptoms of
kidney trouble should read this
"Hlnco taking Foley Kidney Pills tint
hiickarhu left and I no longer litivn
to gel up nights." K lit nod. A V
I.lcnlmrill. 745 Houccn Hi., Leaven
worth, Kaunas. Hold Everywhere
Put It In The Bulletin.
TERREBONNE. March 8. Clin
ton Benton was kicked by a horse
Friday. His Jaw was broken and his
face cut very badly.
Mrs. DeWItt Williams is very ill
with the grippe.
Mrs. J. C. Wyman left for Portland
last weok where sho will visit her
daughter Mrs. R. Carnes.
Reverend II. C. Hartranft and fam
ily have been guests at the E. M
Parr home for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Wallcnburg
and Mr. and Mrs. L. Amy were Sun-
nay evening guests at the R. Knorr
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner and
Mrs. M. Gordon attended the K. of P.
entertainment last week at Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knorr were
visitors at tho Wallcnburg home last
A dance was given by Mrs. Wlni
fleld in her apartments last Satur
The Heims family is out again af
ter five weeks of illness.
The Bozorth family are all sick
with the grippe.
The C. C. Floyd family have been
on the sick list for tho past weok.
Miss Edna Freeman went to La
monta for the week end to visit her
a missionary rrom unina gave
NEWS NOTES FROM
aro both sick.
Rasmus Peterson baled Fred Seel
Ing's hay on Monday. He Is through
baling In this neighborhood now.
Harold Cooke spent bo vera 1 days
in Bend this week on business.
IS GREAT SUCCESS
LOWER BRIDGE, March 8. The
dinner served by tho men of tho
Farm bureau to tho ladles was a
great success. The attendance was
large, practically every ono In the
community attending, jvlth several
outside guests. After tho dinner a
pleasing program was offered. Sid
Wont acted as toastmaster.
Mr. A. J. Fuller from O. A. C,
formerly of this section Is spending
soveral days on business in this com
munity. Ho Is tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Book. '
Mr. Mackey, leading merchant of
Terrebonne, was a guest at the Low
er Bridge community dinner.
Gus Stadlg, Lower Bridge potato
farmer, sold his potatoes tho last
W. Jack nnd B. Clevongor made a
flying trip last Wednesday to Terre
bonno after supplies.
Miss Eva Comegys, county demon
strator nipt with the Lowor Brldgo
IS CLOSED BY SNOW
CLOVERDALE, Mnrch 8. Owing
to tho heavy snow fall the horvlces
ut tho school houso for Sunday
afternoon wero postponed.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Kllgoro aro
receiving congratulations on tho
birth of a son. Sunday morning,
March 5. Tho young man has been
named Daniel Rankin.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterile Fryrear and
Sir. and Mrs. W. F. Arnold, and Mlts
Ellors attended tho American Legion
dance In Sisters Caturday night.
Mr. Dan WInkJo purchased somo
hay from W. F. Arnold and huuled
a load home Tuesday,
It. O. Andrus took tho evening
train Saturday for Madras to bo gone
several days on business.
E. M. Peck and wlfo woro busi
ness visitors In Bond and Redmond
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Chrlstlo Tuesday, Fobruary 28, nn
eight and three-quarter pound boy.
Tho buby has been named Melvln
Mrs. Black Is recovering slowly
from her attack of grlppo,
Ellis Edglngton of Sisters was a
GRANGE HALL. March 8. Mrs.
Rasmussen received a box of cotton
balls from a plantation In Texas
which added greatly to Interest in
tho study of the cotton Industry In
the school last week.
Gurdou Dutt helped II. Selde move
his piano to their now homo last
Will Russell was hauling hay to
tho Grimes ranch from the William
Reynolds ranch Saturdny.
i-'reacllo carter called nt tho Dickey
L. u. oung was a Bend shopper
Mrs. Iiergstrom transacted somo
business for Mrs. Adolph Kotztnan
in Bond Friday.
Ruben and Herbert Nelson snont
tho week end with their parents on
Air. and Mrs. Schaffnr and daugh
ter, Shirley, visited with their sis-
tor, Mrs. Ella Kotzman from Thurs
day to Saturday.
Ralph Grimes Is 111.
Mr. and .Mrs. C. B. Dickey woro
in town Friday,
J. M. McClaln was hauling hay
Mr. Bergstrom sold 50 tons of hay
to John Kntzman.
H. Hclde Is hauling his liny from
the A. Kotzniau farm this weok.
Mr. Dodge nnd R. C. Colvor wero
In town Friday.
It. H. Grimes has rented n part of
his farm to Mr. Marks.
Fred Hcttman was Backing pota
toes at Joo PoHchlta's Saturday where
he has been storing them.
Alvln Cartor called at the Hett
man homo Sunday.
Ed Carroll motored to town with
Georgo Erlckson Thursday,
Mr. C. B. Dlclsoy Is fluttering from
Ed Young attonded tho ficjuaw
creek Irrigation meeting Tuesday.
Alvln Cartor called at tho Hel
geseil homo Sunday,
Elizabeth Reynolds and father,
Fred Roynolds, wero In Bond Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Kotztnan aro
bath bedfast this woek with tho
grlppo. Joo Boyor is doing tho
chores for them,
J5ob Crandull Is hauling hay for
R. B. Grimes from tho Klllngson
William Meado moved his furni
ture out from town Saturday.
C. Hoech, Georgo Erlckson mid B.
B. utler wero In Redmond Saturday
on farm loan business.
Mrs. Hinds and son, Dean, of Bend
ore spondlng this week with Mrs. II.
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