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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1918)
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BOARD WILL HOLD ' ""
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Another Inspection of calvary
horeea will bo bold horo on April 3,
Captain Von Statl, of tho purchasing
board, has -written E. P. Mahatfcy,
of. tho Control Oregon bank. Tho
first Inspection took plnco sovor&l
wooks ago, but brought poor results
bocauso so few ranchors woro ac
quainted with tho Information re
garding tho stock thoy woro askod
Tho goTornmont jya ?140 for
good saddlo horses and 12G for
xnulos. It Is hoped that soToral car
loads may bo secured la Deschutes
(Contlnned from Faga Two.)
wore buslrtess cullers In Bend Titan
day. Koy Jtosa Is npondlng oevornl days
i with trlonds In Uaker, Oregon.
Alex. Lor or on i la oxpectlng tho
hay baler nt his ranch this week.
.Mrs. II. T. Hartley and liny Arm
strong attended tliQ big danco In
Tumalo Inst Friday ovonlng.
Misses Hachael and Constanco
Knickerbocker spent tho wook-end
nt tho Pino Lawn ranch.
Louis IJcnnctt and family ot Ilcnd
woro Plalnvlow callers Sunday,
(From Monday's Dally.)
A flrst hand account ot tho sinking
ot tho Tuscan la Is iglven In a lot tor
from Alfnxl ,Mnn. (lint rrwnlvml Imrm
liu llillll.iun VllV.O uuiimiji -4-- 1 "- ---. .. ..u.v
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hoss. Itoy and fby his fnthor, Olo Moo. Tho writer
hard times party given at Miller's
instead -of 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and
family and Viola Miller nttonded tho
program and pto social glvon at
Lower Brldgo Saturday night.
Mrs. II. O. Wilson. Mrs. J. A.
Matthews autood to Redmond last
C. K. Boyd recolved word that his
brother, Waltor Boyd, arrived at
Prance safely, but was in tho hos
pital with inflammatory rheumatism.
Mrs. R. J. Skokon and Mrs. S. 1.
Burling woro shopping In Sisters
Earl Miller went to Sisters Sunday
to start working In tho mill.
Mrs. Tom Arnold has been ill for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Skclton and
Vorno wcro dinner guests at H. C,
Miller's placo Sunday.
Geo. Cyrus and Harold Kline made
a trip to Rodmond Saturday.
.ROsar Hart. II. T. Hartloy and M.
U. Knickerbocker wcro Bond visitors
Jim Pulllam, Mrs. 0 rover Pulllam
and J. W. Scoggln woro business
callora ot tho week in Rend.
M. W. Knickerbocker lost a nicer
from rabies last wook.
A. W. Armstrong and family and
J. A. W. Scoggln and family spent
Sunday at tho Box A ranch.
Tho Plalnvlow school lost ono ot
Its mombors this week, as Rox Pow
ers will stay homo to holp with tho
Sinking Of Tuscafiia lis
Described By Survivor
Mrs. Delia Nichols Secure Signature
of Kvcry Farmer's Wife in
Cat This Out It Is Worth Money
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, encloso with tivo cents to Fol
ey & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chica
go, 111., writing your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive in re
turn a trial package containing Fol
ey's Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds, and croup, Foley Kid
noy Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab
lots. Sold everywhere. -Adv.
PLAY IS REHEARSED
BY PLAINVIEW CLUB
Doaald Elklns Loses Two Fingers in
Accident Ditch Meeting
PLAINVIEW. March 20. Tho O.
D. O. club held Its regular meeting
with Mrs. F. W. Leveronr last Thurs
day afternoon with a large number
present. A busy aitornoon was spent
sowing and rehearsing for Tho Old
Maids' Convention. Tho new ruling
mado by tho club that no refresh
ments aro to be served at tho regular
meetings during this war time was
initiated last Thursday. Next Thurs
day, March 21. tho ladles will meet
for tho entire day with their secre
tary, Mrs. John McKInney.
Donald Elklns had two ot his fin
gers cut off accidentally by his elder
brother ono day last week. Ho was
taken to Rodmond to bavo tho in
Last Saturday afternoon the Three
Creek Irrigation Company held its
annual meeting at tho school houso.
R. H. Parsons was re-elected presi
dent, Mrs. Pulllam vice president
and Hubert Scoggin secretary-treasurer.
Tho PlalnvIow-McCalllstor Ditch
Company hold a meeting on Monday
afternoon to make plans for ditch
work for tho coming year.
Mr. A. W. Armstrong spent two
days ot last week in the Squaw Creek
II. O. Faucett and F. G. Powers
To walk into a store
and say, "I want a pair
of Army Shoes" is
all right as far as it
goes. But only when
you insist on the
RtS. U.S. PAT. OFF.
are you sure of Retting the
most for your money the
most comfort, the most serv
ice, the most value.
For practical, everyday wear
for lasting comfort you can't
beat the Iiuckhecht Army
Shoe. Made on the Munson
Last specified by the U. S.
I Army worn by all of our
soldiers and thousands of men
in civil life.
Look for our reglitered trade mark
BUCKHKCHT itamped on
every pair to protect you. ,
PINEHURST, March IS. -Tho
farmers aro busy with thoir spring
Mrs. Delia Nichols has completed
tho canvas In tho Intorest ot food
conservation In this neighborhood
and reports that every family visited
signed tho pledges.
Mrs. Austin Graham was taken
suddenly ill Wednesday and was re
moved to tho hospital at llcnd, whore
sho remained sovoral days for treat
ment. Mr. and Mrs. Bookman ot Sunny
sldo woro callers at tbo Snyder ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Spanglo mo
tored to Rend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emit Anderson woro
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Snyder
Mr. Gaskell was visiting In tho
neighborhood tho first of tho week.
Sho was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Spanglo and Mr. and Mrs. I. E.
Jamos Dawson mado a business
trip to Plalnvlow Wednesday.
Albert Graham went to Tumalo
on business Monday.
Is now nt a camp in England waiting
orders to go on to tho front.
Tho letter Is ns follows:
"I supposo you havo read and
heard all about tho boat wo sailed
on, which was sunk by a Gorman buI.
Wo woro hlb about a quartor ot nix
I was sitting on my Hfobott near tho
dining room door whon I hoard a
torrlblo nolso and shock and thon
tho lights wont out. Wo all rushed
to tho top deck, whoro tho lifeboats
woro, for wo all know what had hap
pened. "Whon I say I rushed to tho top
dock, I mean wo got thero In ordor
and as fast as wo could. Wo had
boat drill ovory day on board so all
soomed to bo qutto cool and took
thoir places 'by tho tltoboats wo wuro
assigned, so thoro weren't as many
missing as wo thought thoro would
bo at first.
"Tho boot I was In hold about 70
mon. Somo ot tho boats wcro broken
right In halt on account ot tho ropes
breaking whllo they woro bolng lot
Thoro sura woro somo pitiful sights,
"I would llko ito toll you nil I saw
nnd hoard, but I don't know whothor
you would ho ablo to igot this lotter
or not, so I'll not wrlto any ntoro
about It, bocnttBo I want you to hear
I got through safely nnd am fooling
lino. Our boat was picked up about
threo hours attor tho big transport
was hit. I was ono ot thu oarsmen
and, bollovo mo, I nuro was glad in
got out ot tho lifeboat. J stood In
water abova my knees bocauso our
boat leaked pretty bad and tho sea
was rather rough.
"I lost ovorytlhing I brought nlong,
only saving what happonod to bo on
my back. Uut that Isn't anything
ns wo will got now outfits again.
"I am thankful ito bo nbln to bo
horo and writing this lottor, so don't
worry. I am fooling ftno and hope
this torrlblo war will soon bo ovor
so wo will bo ablo to go back homo.
"Wo don't havo much tliuo to
wrlto letters and It takes a long ttmo
boforo wo got any mall over horo. so
wrlto otton. If you got a chonco to
send a llttlo tobacco It would go I1 no
bocauso smoking materials reum
has boon for tho past month,
Orrlri Drown has Just returned
Dolllo Flannngan of Crahtroo, Ore
gon, cnino In on tho ntngo Monday to
spend a tow months with lior uunt,
Mrs, J, II, Hasslor,
J. 0, I'orry hud tho misfortune to
break IiIh car down IiihI week,
0 Currow ot Hut to tmiwiul through
Thursday on his way home, llo has
boon out tvt llouil nt work for thu
G. J. and Pago HI miff or nutocil In
to Ilotid Thursday.
Orrln Drown U doing como somN
lug thta wook,
HpriiiK I" Nlco, Hut
I.nok nt fresh vogotahlo food nliit
Interrupted, changing habltu iimkti
lliwui trying wouktt tor miy ono In
ollnod to constipation. Foloy Cuthnr
tlo Tnlilols u ro Just tho thing fur In
digestion, hlllnuniii'SH, gits on stomach
filrrmt lit, limit tijtmtiiMiii nr iillmn
......fi. mn"U IUHMIWWIIW, ... ......
condition Indicating clogged bowels.
Ultimo no niui tutor nrructit, hoiu
kind ot acarco ovor here. I had
Tho mon in theso boats nulla a supply with mo, but It was
all got drowned or killed. In tho boat that was sunk."
Misses Violet and Myrtle Spaugh
woro tho guosts of Miss Ruth Dayley
F. V. Swlshor went to nond Satur
day with dairy supplies.
Lester Snyder sold a ftno cnlt to
Mr. Dookman tho flrst ot tho wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wlmor woro
cntortalncd Sunday at tho homo of
G. M. Couch.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Potorson woro
tho igucsts of Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
Lostor Snyder and Rnymond Wl
mor mado a trip to tho Pino Trco
F. W. Lovorcnz with two land
buyers passod through Plnohurrt
G. W. 8nydor assisted F. V.
Swisher to butcher Friday.
Mrs. Austin Graham called on Mrs.
James Dawson Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Snyder ontcrtnlned
Mrs. Delia Nichols and children at
her homo Thursday ovonlng.
AUTO OF STAUFFER
MAN BREAKS DOWN
STAUFFER, Oro., March 20.
Tom L. Cowan camo In on tho
stago from Pond Monday, whoro ho
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