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THUMDAY, MAlMnft Ml, If IS
maam KiuuMtx mnt,
Open Mooting of Dovclopmcnt Ikwruo
At Tumalo lload Work Is
TUMALO. Ore. March 13. Tho
"West Sldo Fair association hold
its annual mooting Saturday ovon
lns In tho Tumalo hall. Tho fol
lowing board of dlroctora was
elected for tho ensuing year: P. N.
Wallace K. N. FUckongor, C. P.
Becker, J. M. Orlfrtn, J. W. Brown,
J. J. Coon and F. E. Dayton.
Mrs. J. F. Caroy and family havo
imoTod onto tholr ranch, north of
town, oftor spondlng tho wlntor In
Mlsacs Ituljy Marian, Carol Dayton
and Nolllo tllowoll woro visitors t
tho -Howell ranch Sunday.
Holbort Wallace Is rapidly recover
ing from his recont attack of appendi
citis. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hobson spent
Saturday t,n Hcdniond.
Tho Development Leaguo hold an
open meeting Saturday evening.
Thoxo woro qulto a numbor prcaont
and -many Interesting questions -woro
Harvey Dayton has gono to Or
Tumalo is eoon to havo a circulat
itor. Stewart, of Dend, preaches;
In tho church every (two weeks. Tho
noxt servico will bo held March 24
at 2:45 p. m.
Bert Mlllor Is now carrying tho
mall from Deschutes to Gist, substi
tuting for A. O. Moore.
Chas. Griffith and family havo
moved to Bend for the summer.
Mrs. J. B. Bramhall spent Sunday
with Mrs. D,unn.
Tumalo Sunday school Is progress
ing nicely. Last Sunday's attendanco
Tho road work has been discon
tinued for the present, having been
cnmploted Co tho foot of what Is
called 'The River Grade."
E. J. Dunn has completed his main
Irrigating ditch. Ho expects to Im
prove his largo holdings east of tho
Tlvor the coming season.
Centralizing the schools has mado
It necossary to havo moro room for
another year. Plans are being mado
for a new school building end for
a largor and hotter playground.
Nearly all the dogs In this com
munity havo been killed to prevent
tho spread of hydrophobia.
PIE SUPPER BRINGS
MONEY FOR LIBRARY
Entertainment nt iouer Bridge Well
Patronized Varied Pro
LOWER BRIDGE, Mar 13. Tho
pie supper at tho Lower 'Bridge school
house Saturday evening was a sue
cess not only In "tho way of cnter-
&tif t .fcflLLLBaT'ValaanaaaBaaHafaYaY
H1IsH4h! Jl T VBa5 aw 'llB JK-
Central Oregon Bank
D, B. HUNTER, President
CARLKTON K. BWIFr, VIco-Presldeat
E. P. MAIIAITEV, Vice-President,
II. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
D. E. Hunter W. L. O'Donnell Carleton B. Swift
E. P. Malinffey II. M. Stephens
Every facility for accommodating
the interests of Central Oregon
tatnmont but financially also. The
proceeds camo to something ovor
JG2. Tho purpose of tho ontortaln
niont was to got library books for
tho school. Tho big numbor of tho
program was tho minstrel net pul
lod off by seven men, Mr. Nowbold
as Liza nnd I). Vendor as Hastes,
Liza's suitor cuuldn't bo bent. Mr.
Hosktns as tho dudo from Lower
Brldgo looked his part very well.
Tho negroes woro all suited to tholr
parts. Splendid uumbors woro Poor
Butterfly, aung by eight girls and a
drill In costume. A rending by Mrs.
L. A. JIunt was onjoyod by all. Tho
violin, mandolin and piano trio by
Hopo Rice. Margarito Walters nnd
Omar Hoskins was very well rend
ered. Miss Sarah Nealolgh of Prlnovlllo
spent tho week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Kussoll Chapmann.
Tho Lower Brldgo ladles had a
surprise Wednesday tor Mrs. Ladd
from Iowa who Is visiting with, her
daughtor, Mrs. K. L. Towno.
Joo Howard Is hauling hay from
Cllno Falls tor his caltlo.
L. A. Hunt, Qua Stadlg and A. J.
Fullor attended tho Non-Partisan
mooting at Terrobonno Thursday
Mrs. Blancho Hydo and Adolyno
Dietrich of Torrebonno, spent tho
wcok-end with Mrs. Joo Howafd.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman and
Frank Chapman woro In Redmond
Gus Stadlg was in Redmond Sat
urday. Mrs. A. J. Fuller attended lodgo
In Redmond Saturday.
Joe. Howard mado a business trip
to Bend Saturday.
Gus Stadlg accompanied by Geo.
Cyrus and John Gottor of Clovcrdalo
wont to Bend Monday on business
of tho nowly formed Irrigation Dis
trict of which they are directors.
Glenn Cox spent tho week-end at
tho A. J. Fuller home.
Mrs. C. F. Hoskins, Naomi and
Marlon Hoskins wcro in Redmond
Saturday for tho organization of tho
Redmond chaptor of tho Pythian
Mr. and Mrs. Jargor mado proof
on their homestead Saturday at Red
mond. A. J. Fuller and Glen Cox attend
ed tho Well's sale at Powell Butte.
Gus Stadlg is getting hay from
Mrs. L. F. Rico and Dorothy Rice
brought out their car from Redmond
Mrs. Fred Walters and Darwin
Walters attended tho salo at Powell
A. S. Holmes was jn Redmond
Mr. Minor of Bond, was a visitor
at Lowor Bridge on Wednesday.
For farm land loazs ace J. Ryan
fc Co. Adv.
Cream Cream Cream
UNION MEAT CO.
WE PAY CASH
fni at roar arit t&ipamt. or wnu
tor prim o4 o(Sf r pitcculiti
A tittU Mr, ft prmclk.
mhJ kt'U e fttJt III mn, J
W Utlh c WlU KtIGnntj
tit iiU aii aM latf tab
WILL HOLD DEBATE
AT SISTERS SCHOOL
Question Center About Imnortniico
of l-'nrntor atnl Mnitufncturtr
SISTKRS. March 19. A dobato
will tako plnco at tho school houso
Friday ovcnlni;, March 22. Tho
question to bo donated la: "Rn-
solrod, That tho farmor Is a groator
bonoractor o tho community than
tho manufacturer." Tho nfflrmaltro
speakers nro Qoorgo Altkon, Harold
Kllno and Ifarold Allon. Tho noRa
tlvo apoakoro aro 'Mr. Huntington,
Frod Van Matro and Jasper Hamcs.
Tho following proRrnm will also bo
rondorod: Song by Krn Hanks and
Cocllo McCallura; recitation by Allen
Harrington; duot by Muriel Kdraun
6on and Hong by tho school girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Stldham mado a trip
up into tho mountains Saturday and
A Junior lied Cross was organized
nt tho Bchool by Principal F. W.
Wobor. Thirty-two mombors wuro
chrollod and a cortlflcato obtained
as mombor of tho II end chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Q. Deri In woro
In from Clovordalo Sunday.
Fred McKlnnoy has igono out to
tho Wilson mill with bis team to
help supply logs for tho mill. After
April 1 tho mill will run a day and
a night shift.
Tho upper grades mado n perfect
rcconl In spelling on Wednesday, no
ono mlsApoilcd a word.
Tho soventh grado pupils haro
finished tho work In arithmetic out
lined in tho course of study and aro
Christ Soronson camo in from Spo
kano Thursday nnd ronted -Carl
Woods' ranch. Ho returned Friday
to mako preparations to moro his
farming Implomonts and household
goods at onco.
Chas. Cist, Walter Graham, Frod
Van Matro and F. W. Wobor mado
a business trip to Rend Saturday.
Rod Foster, who is now residing
on tho Lowor Motollus, was a Sistors'
Honry Grant, Charles Walker, W.
W. Dickinson, Fred Ulack, A. Van
Wass, Scotty Mossor, Paul Hoyd, 8.
Nielaon, Rod Fostor, Walt Holnrlch,
A. C. Ladd and Hill Hathaway regis-j
l'a Ula at WaV I'UIHMD 4VfV UMIIIIq VUU
Mrs. J. O. McKlnncy was shopping
at Sisters Saturday.
Little Elvyn Klklnn mot with n
painful accident Wednesday whilo
playing with his brother. Tho first
two digits woro nearly sovercd from
his loft hand.
A largo crowd attended tho danco
at Allen's hall Saturday ovonlrur.
Elba Taylor caught a largo coyoto
In ono of his traps two miles from
Sistors on tho iMcKonzIo Pass road.
Mr. and .Mrs. Clydo Gist, Van and
Lynn Wilson, Claudo Woods, Klba
Taylor, Jesso Scott, Glenn Cox,
Muriel Rdmunson, Ada and Ella Job,
Ada Taylor and Karl Mlllor attended
tho danco at Tumalo Friday evening,
Mrs. Earl Updlko, who Is teaching
at tho Graham school houso in Jef-
And Investigate our prloea
before buying your Krocerlen.
We can save you money.
MlUlcaa, Ore. Telephone
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
Who Is Going to Send Him
another pouch of
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
Real Gravely Plug U tho tobacco to
end tho Boy not ordinary plug londod
up with nwoetcning, but condensed
quality mlh, tho Rood Gravely tnsto
that satisfies and comforts and lasts a
Giro nr man a chw of R.at Grar.lf rim. and lia will
tctl you tSml'i th. kln.t tu ..ml. S.ml Ilia Ucll
Ordinary nlu it futta acunomjr, ll coil, Uii i.r vr.l t-
chaw U.al Crav.tjr, btcaut. luiall cUw vt ll 1-iU a Uuj
If you amoVa a plpa.altca Orarelf with voir lintfi anj
add a IlltU lo your muaiiij IuImcco. ll wl.l klvu (Unu
tinprova your into,
SEND YOUH rHtr.NI IN TZIT. V. t CZZVICZ
A t'OUCll 01-' CK.VVU-Y
Daat.n alt around li.ra carry ll In tPe, rmirhft. A St.
lamp will put ll Into lilt hanilt In any Tralnlnu Cain? or Sen
port of Ida U. S, A. Evan "o.r lli.r." a 3c. tlano vrlll lalit
ll In hlni. Your ilaal.r will tuppl anUv aiJ clva ycu
official UlraclUiu liow to aJJr.U it.
P. D. CRAVCLV TOBACCO CO., CamlUe, Va.
ra I'attnt rtcS f r
it 1$ nt Aaf Cruvlr
toraon county, npont Saturday and
Sunday at Sistors with her husband.
Mrs. John Taylor is visiting nt
Hend nnd tho Stanley ranch with her
Tho Campflro Girls mot at Cllctts
J. C. Stiles and wlto and Mrs.
Lundborg of Tumalo visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Updlko at tho Sisters hotel
Mary Fryoar camo In from Hend
to visit with nor parents, who llvo
Tho following pooptn from Clovor
dalo attended tho danco at Allen's
hall Saturday ovcnlng: Lillian and
Dean Van Matro, Idoln and Viola
Miller, Ladonna Cyrus, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kllno and Vorn Skolton,
Tho Ststors'Motollun Livestock as
sociation hold a mooting In tho Allon
hall .Monday for tho purpnso of ar
ranging tho distribution of grazing
Pour chairs at your sorvico at the
UetropollUn. No waiting. Adv.
Take Children Out of Dnngrr
If you saw a child on a railroad
track you would endeavor to remove
tho llttlo ono from danger. When
a child Is "snuffling" or coughing.
Isn't it your duty to got him out of
dangor of sovoro consequonccs? Fol
oy's Honoy and Tar gives relief from
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough. Contains no opiates. Sold
LIBERTY LOAN TALK
GIVEN BY DR. HOSCII
Other Speaker (ilvo I'lvn .Mlntitn
Talks on Huhjcctn of Common
CLOVBRDALB, March 20. J. B.
Aldrtch, B. S. Hcmco and John Got
tor shipped cnttlo to Portland Satur
day. John Gottor and Calvin Burn
sldo wont with tho load
Dr. Hosch gavo n talk at tho Coun
cil club Friday night on Liberty
loans. Thero was nlso n spelling
ma-trh, In which ovoryone took part.
A few gavo flvo minute tnlks on dif
ferent subjects. R. J. Skolton talked
on "Hoof Cattlo"; A K. Peterson,
"Snoop"; Mrs. II. C. Miller, "Hoover
izlng"; Rny Abbey, "Potatoes"; W.
W. Van Matro, "Hogs"; Mrs. A. B.
Poterson, "Tho Caro of Children."
Fred Van Matro and his father,
W. W. Van Matro. mado a trip 'to Tho
HERE IN BEND
on the job to jrive you efficient
service nt the shortest notice.
Here to see Unit you jjet u cor
rect fitting in the kind of glasses
you need, here to stay nnd back
up every bit of work I do.
DR. C. H. FRANCIS
With MVHON II. SVMON8, O'ICnno Hulldintf
OTHER BUILDINOS -
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BRICK & LUMBER CO.
f ratn " Cn nniCi
tttlfiuul I fiit uijtl.on Soal &
Dallw Tuesday to noo the lattor's
uncle, Will Wiley, reluming homo
Mrs. Honry Hoard Is quite III
with a light form of pneumonia,
Tho llttlo three-year-old daughtor
of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hurnsldo
has boon qulto 111.
Mary Fryrenr visited ovor Sunday
with hor folks.
Harold Klein delivered oats In
Redmond ono day last week.
Ladona Cyrus rocolvod a letter
from Sam Kline, tho son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. C Kllno, who Is In Franco,
Friday. Ho Is doing nicely.
Thoso from Clovordalo who at
tended tho dnnro In 8!ntors Saturday
night woro: Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Arnold, Mr nnd Mrs. Harold Kllno,
Idolln and Viola Mlllor, Verno Rkol
ton, Mary Fry rear, Madison Holton
nnd Dean nnd Lillian Van Matro
and Ladona Cyrus,
W. F. Froyroar roturnrd homo
from tho valley with cattlo last week.
Hovernl of tho farmers hnvo re
cently nrdorod Tillamook calves.
Mrs. Cttrls Ward nnd Mrs. H. C.
Kllno woro calling on 'Mrs. Goorgo
Madison Holton mado a trip o
Redmond last Tuesday,
Mrs. Groon Hoard Is on tho sick
Mrs. H. C. Mlllor nnd grandson,
Franklo .McDonald, spent Sunday
afternoon at Van Mntro's.
Idella Miller worked for Mrs, II.
Hoard n few days this weok.
M. Forhan and mother woro shop
plug In Redmond ono day Innt week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Peterson, John
Dokkens, Miss Anna Noutnnnaglo
woro ahopplihg in Hend last Monday.
Mr. Will Horry was In Hend Sat
urday. Ladona Cyrus spent Saturday
night nnd Sunday with Mrs. Myrtlo
Mr. nnd '.Mrs. Harold Kllno and
children took dinner with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Rny Abbey Sunday evening,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gen, Hurnsldo and
chtldrnn mado a rlp to Rend Satur
day evening, returning Sunday oven
Mr nnd Mrs. Gen. Cyrus nnd fam
ily woro visiting In Sisters Sunday
Carl Woods brought lf0 head of
cattlo to II. C. Miller's place Sunday
for Mr Mlllor to food.
A mistake occurred In laet week's
Items. There woro 81 prosont at tho
'Continued on Pago Six )
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