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NEWS NOTES FKOM
DEflCHtfTEfl, March 16. Mis
Margaret Deblng of Deschutes wa
confined at her home this week with
a bad cold.
Velnora Fhlllys of Tumalo spent
Tuesday night with Jessamine John
ton of Deschutes.
Chris Nolson of Deschutes wns
OTor at tho Tweed ranch In Tumalo
Monday after a seed drill.
Dob Mooro of Deschutes Is trim
ming trees for Henry Anderson.
George Clatson of Deschutes was
a business caller In Tumalo Krldny.
B. J. Conlcy was a business caller
In Deschutes Tuesdny.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Doblng and baby
of Deschutes were visiting at the
Anton Ahlstrom home In the White
Rock district Tuesday.
Miss Edith and Lois Swalley of
Deschutes wcro visiting Eunice Nel
son, who has Just como homo from
the hospital In Bend.
Milton nodgera was a business
caller In Tumalo Tuesday.
Antono Ahlstrom and Mrs. O. E.
Anderson were Bend visitors Wed
nesday. Ed Swnlley of Deschutes was a
Bend visitor Wednesday afternoon.
Ed Swalley and Everett Johnson
were business callers In Deschutes
Walter Lowo of Deschutes was In
Tumalo on business Tuesday.
Miss Elzetta Deblng of Deschutes
spent Thursday night with Marvel
Cooley in Tumalo.
Miss Frances Thompson of Bend
was a visitor In Tumalo Thursday.
Harold Cooke and Geoge Clatson of
Deschutes wero visitors at the Deb
lng home Thursday evening.
Harold Cooke and George Clatson
of Powell Butte are busy moving on
Mr. Cooke's ranch near Deschutes
this week. Mr. Cooke has been
employed at Powell Butte, but is now
going to farm his land.
Earl Grogan was a Deschutes busi
ness visitor Friday afternoon.
. J. R. Benham of Deschutes was In
Redmond on Business Saturday.
Port Scott of Deschutes took a
load of alfalfa hay to Albert Wright
In Bend Saturday.
Mrs. C. M. Redfield and daugh
ters Katherine and Charlotte of Des
chutes were Bend visitors Saturday
Mrs. George Kanoff and son John
of Bend were visiting in Deschutes
GIVEN AT PINEHURST
U, i.. f.ndd ami family of Redmond
spent Sunday at tho C. M. I'lielp
homo. d ,
Roy Well wan n business caller at
tho Ilolmon homo Wednesday.
C. M. Phelps has been quite III tho
0. II. Spaugh delivered some fat
lambs In llend Friday.
Rotclln Phelps visited with tho
Rollmon children Saturday nftor
noon. Tom Ilrannon, who has been living
on. the 0. W. 8nyder placo for tho
past year, has moved on the Maynard
place. F. (1. McManman and family
nre now ocucpylng tho Snyder placo.
The Spaugh girls have been out of
school this week on account of Ill
ness. Homer Cosncr has been sorting po
tatoes this week for Robert Smith.
Iln Was In Had KluiM.
Any person who Is suffering with
rheumatic twinges, backache, soro-
ncss, lameness or other symptoms ol
kidney troublo can profit if ho wishes,
from this: ".My kidneys wcro Inl
such bad shape that I could hardly
stoop down. Foley Kidney Pills
made mo all right. Samuel Holt,
Greenville, Pa." Sold everywhere I
SURPRISE PARTY IS
GIVEN AT PLAINVIEW
PINEHURST, March 15. Literary
exercises were held at the Pinehurst
school bouse Friday and will be con
tinued to be held thee every two
Business visitors to Bend this week
Included: C. H. Spaugh, Mrs. C. M.
Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. John Bollman,
Mrs. Mary Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. John Troutwine, Tom
and George Micels, John Barnes,
Mrs. James Levy and Walter Andrews.
PLAINVIEW, March 15. A sur
prise party was given at the home of
A. W. Armstrong Saturday evening
for Ray Armstrong, who left Sunday
evening for Tncoma, Wash., for tbo
benefit of his health. About 30
friends and neighbors were present.
Tho evening was pleasantly spent In
games and dancing and a splendid
lunch was served.
Miss Hollis Swingel Is confined to
her home with measles.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Llvesay wero
shopping In Bend Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Morfltt wero
callers In Sisters Tuesday.
Miss Julia Clock visited the school
Wednesday. A number of tho par
ents were present and plans wero
made to start a class In home care
for the sick. Miss Clock will meet
with the ladies at the homo of Mrs.
Frances Hoss April 6.
Ed Anderson was a visitor in Red
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fox and Mrs.
PVan Tassel were shopping in Bend
Jim Pulllam is spending several
days on the ranch.
Ray Armstrong, Roy and Edgar
Heartt attended the wooden wedding
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scoggins in
Bend Thursday evening.
Mrs. Howard Hartley spent sever
al days this week visiting at the
Ray Armstrong was a visitor In
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chalfan were
callers in Redmond Tuesday.
Mrs. Elma Smith spent the week
end on her ranch near Tumalo.
Several local farmers attended the
farm bureau meeting in Redmond
Jim Pulllam spent Sunday with
Roy and Edgar Heartt.
Mrs. Herbert Scoggins spent the
week-end on the ranch.
Spring Is Here
Now come the Pigs the Calves the Colts
and the Lambs.
TIME for your work horses and mules to shed
their winter's coat
TIME to tone them up give their systems a
spring house-cleaning and drive out the worms.
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
A Spring Conditioner and Worm Expelier
Your COWS that have long been on wlnter.feed need
lho system-toning, bowel-cleansing, appetizing effects of
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. Puts them in fine condition for
calving. It means more milk.
Your BROOD SOWS will bo relieved of constipation and
put in fine fettle for farrowing by a course of Dr. Hess
Stock Tonic, which means healthy pigs, and a mother
tvilh an ample milk: supply to nourish them.
Your SHOATS will be greatly benefiied by a course of
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. It drives out the worms stimulates
the appetite and makes them thrive.
Feed it to EWES before lambing time. It prevents
fevered udders and scouring Iambs. Feed it after lambing
time to stimulate the flow of milk, insuring lambs for the
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic contains Tonics for tho digestion.
Laxatives for tho bowels, Diuretics for tho kidneys, and
Vermifuges for the worms.
Wby Pay Uie Peddler Twice My Price?
MAGILL & ERSKINE
Till vs how much etockyouhave. We have a package fo tall.
ttUI help make
your teas lay
MrtTMIItf. Mar eft Id. An unusual
ly IrtfRrt number1 rttlendml lho (udr
class conduced by Ml Clock nt Mr
Halloy homo Inst Thursday after
noon. Tho nigh ennoi gin wcro
e.tcued from their classes in attend
this lecture. At lho conclusion of
tho class dainty refreshments wero
served. Tho nett class will ho held
tho second Thursday In April nt (ho
homo of Mr. P. N. Horonsen,
A largo number of out of town i
peopio niicmirti 1110 unuro in in"
Farthing hall Friday evening. Tho
evening was spent In dancing the old
A number of Sisters people attend
ed two dances last Saturday night
which wcro held out of town, One
was nt Lower llrldgo on tho Metnlltis
and tho other was at tho Swamp
Evoryono enjoyed a good tlmo at J
tho Christian Kndonvor party at mo
Slstors hotel Inst Saturday night. Tho
evening was spent In playing giimes
nnd singing, after which a box lunch,
furnished by tho ladles, was served.
A play ontltled "Tho Poor Married
Man" Is to bo given thu night of
April 9 under tho auspices of tho
high school, tho proceeds to go to
ward a plnno fund for tho school.
It Is a roaring farco all tho way
through and not an Idle mlnuto In It.
It Is tho story of a young, unsophisti
cated college professor, who marries
a charming girl, but tho plot In
cludes a mother-in-law who upsets
everything nnd causos tho brldo to
tnko a hurried trip to Reno. Tho
professor marries ngnln, and this
tlmo his fnthcr-ln-lay marries tho
mother of his former wlfo, tho pro
fessor gaining for tho second tlmo
tho samo mother-in-law.
Charles Griffith and family wero
Bond visitors last week.
P. J. Lelthauser & Son aro Install
ing a filling station In front of their
Urn! Hirlf nifi nRflfftsl f(in &;
fi-mpiof fn HiM wr "r no
(iirtrmgi'd ( hrtfff fery rlrijn iii"
, fiilnmenf at (he null mm ' "in
tupefimenf it suefM
' A flti I'nlflek' dn enterlninineof
will l.o hold n( (Irmigfl hH Thursday
evening, ainrru if a rmrn.Mi
nor will Im sorted and n number of
mutest ami game will litf Introduced.
i.ii. mliM will ln awarded Alt
enjoyable evening I promised by I he
Oranger. who nro giving lho eve
ning ' entertainment.
Mr. I'eschkn was out for a drlvo
Mr. nnd Mr, notimnn aim airs.
Nlrknrsnn railed at tho Dickey homo
William lloyiiom sum a irurn
lood of polnloo Inst week.
Mr. J. l'edorsen and sou t'hlllp
nnd Mr. Fred Hetlmnn visited Mr.
Htonsolh In llend Snturdny.
Mr. Jackson, who I working on
tho highway norlh of Redmond, wn
In Ihl vicinity Saturday loomug oi
inr his farm, which ho has rented to
Mr, t.. C. Young visited with Mr.
P. J, Young Monday and Tuesday nf
tornoon. Mr. C. M. Riismussen called on
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money.
Cut out this slip, oncloso with Be
to Foley & Co., 283G Sheffield Ave,
Chicago, III., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive In
return a trial packago containing
Foley's Honey and Tars Compound,
for coughs, colds and croup, Foley
Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic
Tablets. Sold everywhere Adv.
AT RURAL DANCES
GRANGE HALL, March 1C. In a
number of communities where dan
cing is allowed in the community
halls, tho mothers have formed "pro
tective clubs," and appoint two moth
ers to patrol tho lawns surrounding
the halls on evenings of entertain
ment to protect their daughters
against learning the clgaretto habit
IN THE DAYS OF
The dandy of the time of
Charles II wore expensive
pinnies in his hat, often set
off witli Reins of extraor
In this age when kings have
been thrown into the discard
the Gordon Mat gives the
particular man all the dis
tinction any hat can give.
There arc some unmualty
attractive colors shown in
Gordon Hats this season
you'll like them.
For your benefit us woll M ourfl, we want a
record of every kodak In Central Oregon, it you
will send tin the number, size and make of your
kodak or camera and one of your favorite nega
tives, we will make one 7.xl2 enlargement for
you free of charge.
Central Oregon Photo Co.
East man Kodaks
Mr. Chnrle Williamson, who has
been under tho doctor' cure for sumo
mnnd visitor on Tuesday.
Mr. Alfred Pederson wont to Dos
chute Wednesday to work fur t' M
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1 Tho I dle."' Aid had It regular tram oiilorlnlned Mio following
meeting at Mr. K, K. lluller' homo guet at dinner at their hom on
S of i t tho homo of Mr. Wll- Sunday: Mr and Mr. CnrMlnn.r.i.w
am Ueynolds. a wa previously an- of Tumalo. Mr. and Mr, J. Alton
o need, on account of Mr. Itey- Thompon. Jlmtnlo Thmpin an-l
o ' Illnes i Frances Thompson of llond, Mr. nrro
Mr. and Mr. II. llelgeson called at Mr. Die Hanson and children. Kllta-
and Cluisu homes wco win " ,
.Mr, rtlirou irnrrnii "im wn
H...1.V Hfli.rtinntl. I
Gcorgo Krlcksen purchased hay In wald. Mr. Mid Mr, H. T. Mlkk.Ueii
Powell llutlo !Bml nn Alfred, ltamus Peterson.
Mrs. Dickey called on Mr. Wll- Mr. Calhrlim Johanen. Mr. and
Ham Heynold Thursday afternoon. Mr, O. K. Anderwri. Mr. and Mr
Rho also attend lho meeting of thoiW. II. Hulch n and baby. Mr and
i .u i... i.n, nf Mm K. K. .Mr. J. W. Peterson and on John
Frank Nelson has returned to
school slnco recovering from mensle.
ChrU Stock and lroy Hmltli called
on Herbert Nelson last Sunday.
Fred Ueynolds sold his potatoes
Harold Pcderscn wa a visitor nt
tho Hetlmau home Saturday after,
Kverctt Chaso visited with Krling
nnd Howard Helgcsou Saturday af
ternoon. A meeting of tho Orangu was held
Saturday night at tho hull.
Mrs. Chnsa Is assisting Mrs. Dav
is with her moving this week.
Mr, and Mr. Ncff called at the
Ilasmussou homo last Saturday.
P. J. Young ha added shock an
nuel Lloyd and Mr. Dokken,
Mr. Dokken I visiting at lho homo
of hi niece, Mr. J. W. IVteron. Mr
Dokken formerly lived near BUter.
After telling hi ranch there h left
for n trip to Norlh Dakota to visit
relntlvn. Ho ha Just lately re
turned. Alfred I'ednrsen wont to llpdmoinl
on Tuesday to get repair for hi wa
gon, Mr. II. T. Mlkkolsen and Mr. O.
K. Anderiou worn shopping In lied.
motul Tuesday afternoon,
Mr, and Mr. J, W. Cabeen of Red
mnnd have been spending a few ilay
nut hero on their ranch.
W. II, Hutchln ha purchased a
now cream separator.
A mooting wn held at tho Teeter
$120.00 Columbia, Oak or Mahog- QLHtL flft
any, with 20 records, for.-. VV
$120.00 Sonora, Oak, with 12 $75 00
$175.00 Brunswick, Mahogany, d1 1 K Hfl
with 15 records, for. p A 1 J.VU
$140.00 Pathe, Mahogany, with 20 &QQ QQ
records, for ifJJJVJ
$50.00 Pathe, Oak, with 10 $26 50
records, for pu.uu
$75.00 Victor, Mahogany, with 12 $49 50
records, for tpTi.ov
These machines are guaranteed to be in good
TERMS IF DESIRED
150 new Pathe Records, priced to close 3J)
Bend Furniture Co.
norlinra to his nlrpfi.lv woll ouulDiiod . homo Rnturday evening for tho pur-
car, Tho absorber wcro Installed by poo of deciding on a location for tho
O. M. Hwnnson. community hail and electing a board
Mr. Davis and family are moving jof director. It wn decided In
on tho Studcbakor ranch In thl vlcln- build near the highway on tho Heaver
Ity this wcok. Wo aro glad to wul-lptacn, Tim director elected are: I.,
como them to this community. A. llrnndnnburg. Mr. T.tr.
Mrs. Keroy Smith Is tho proud mu Pleron, Mr. Heaver and Milan
mother of an Infant son. Whlltemore. (lien Co wn elected
Kunlco Noff luft for Coour d'Alenc, secretary and treasurer, A Inrrn
Idaho Inst wuok to visit her sister crowd wn present nt th mcelltig
Maliln Dahlo has entered high
school, having recovered from an at
tack of measles.
Gladys Duhlo Is taking music !'
sons from Mrs. Itiismussuu.
Vou C1111 I'erl Ilrttrr Timiornv,
If you suffer from ImllitcHlnn.
constipation, headache, biliousness.
bloating, sour stomach, gas on stom-""
nch, bad breath or other condition
caused by dolayed bowel action, take
a Foley Cathartic Tablet tills evening
11 ml tomorrow you will feel better.
! Clcanso tho bowols, sweeten tho
stomach and tnno up tho lirnr. Sold
every wiioro. Adv.
nnd n lunch consisting of doughnut,
enko and coffen wa served by lliu
Mr, O. K. Anderson vlHted Ml
Nellie CJrlffln at Deschutes Baturday
Mr. and Mr. I.. A. Ilrandonburg
and Dan Day of Long llutln rnnrh
were visitor at lho homo of Mr and
Mr. O. K. Anderson Huudny nfier-
SWALLEY CHOSEN TO
HEAD DITCH COMPANY
PLEASANT It I DO K, March lfi.
Antono Ahlstrom and IM Swalloy at
tended a mooting of tho directors nf
tho Swalley ditch In llend on Wed
nesday afternoon. Mr, Swalloy wa
elected president of tho company.
(icorgo Hoiton of Deschutes wa
working for J. W. Peterson several
days Oils wcok.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson wa shopping
In llond on Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Wagennor and son
Imvo moved to Iledmond, whoro thay
will mako their homo.
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Chaso wero lied-
I'nnil I lir. Itriictlrlliin Hl.lrrx.
The following from lho Ilenedlr
tine Sltliir. Holy Nnmn Convent, Hon
Antonio, Fin.. I of value to omry
mother: "Wo hovo Just received
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It I a household remedy. Wn havit
used It slnco wn know of It, for our
children oRpeelnlly, and always found
It beneficial," Hold everywhere
Msny Optclss of sts.
There aro about 1.10 sWCic of bats,
and tbewa are distributed over nearly
every qunrlrr of tho globe. Tint
Inrger lint nro fnund lu lho wanner
night ldo; right oar crop
ped; wattle right bind teg.
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