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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1918)
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RED CROSS TO GET
MONEY FROM COLT
O. I). O. Club t rialnvlcw Mrvta nt
Homo of Mrs. McGuIro Day
PLAINVIRW. Airll S. A very
largo crowd attended tho auction
ealo at tho aoorgo Whltakor ranch
last Tuosday. Good prices woro real
ized for nearly everything sold. Tho
Ford truck auctioned for J 4 12 Is to
1)0 resold. An cxcollont lunch was
served at noon.
A colt was sold for J 17, tho pro
ceeds RolnB to tho lied Cross. Aftor
tho salo Paul ScoKRln rodo a buck
ing colt of P. W. Fryrear's. A purse
of IG.75 was taken up and this was
turned ovor to tho local undies' club
to bo used lor Hod Cross work.
Last Wednesday aftornoon tho Mc
Calllstcr Ditch company hold a spe
cial bustnoss .mooting at tho A. E
Jim Elklns and family returned to
their ranch laat wook alter spending
tho winter In Slstors.
II. H. Do Armond -was a business
caller In Plalnrlow last Wednesday.
Ho was accompanied by J. D. Andor-
8on of Bond.
Tho O. D. O. club held Its regular
meeting with -Mrs. McGuIro last
Thursday aftornoon. Though refresh
ments havo been ruled out of the
club, a Tory delightful treat camo as
a pleasant surprise.
Tho next regular meeting of the
club will bo hold in two weeks, on
Friday, April 19, with Mrs. Nelson.
Ploaso nolo that tho day of meeting
Is temporarily changed from Thurs
day to Friday.
Airs. Louis 'Bennett, Misses .Mary
and Roberta and Master Woodson
Bennett woro weok-ond guests at tho
J. A. W. ficoRBln ranch.
James Pultlam left Saturday to go
to work on tho Ochoco project.
Gcorgo Calvcrley was a visitor at
Lower Bridge Sunday.
iMrs. W. D. Clark, who was oper
ated upon rccontly at the Bend hos
pital, has returned home and is re
gaining her strength slowly.
A. E. Hoas, A. W. Armstrong, H.
O. Fawcott and II. A. Scoggln were
business callers 4n Bend this week.
Mrs. Pulllam entertained for
Frank Scott at her home last Friday
evening. Many friends enjoyed danc
ing, cards and a number of special
stunts. A very nlco lunch was served.
Mrs. Louis Bennett and children and
blisses Kachael and Constance
Knickerbocker were guests present
Dick Doty was a business caller in
rialnviow last Thursday.
.Mastor Woodson Bennett of Bend
Is visiting at the Box A ranch this
Misses Rachacl and Cons'ance
Knickerbocker spent the week-end at
tho Pino I awn ranch.
Rev. McVIckcr of Redmond will
hold preaching services at the Plain
view school houso next Sunday after
noon, April 14.
A. "V. and Ray Armstrong havo
closed a deal by which they dispose
of their cattle to Dick Doty of Redmond.
NEW ALFALFA HOUSE
IS BEING FINISHED
Jolly Ncl;libois HiM'Ioct Mrs. Albert
Scliult President lt Hel
NORVAL TESTS COWS
Several llorscx l)lo nt Clovenlale -,Mki
Ada Jobo n Ylrdtor.
FARMERS IN FIELDS
AT HAMPTON BUTTE
HAMPTON BUTTE, April C
Georgia, Dorothy and Laura! James
were the three new -pupils who en
rolled at school Monday morning.
Tho farmers are all 'busy working
in tho fields tho past weeks.
Quite a windstorm visited this sec
tion last Tuesday,
Mr. MoFadycn was a guest at the
Drookings hotel one day last week.
Wrays stage brought out a load of
Trolght for Brookings last Tuesday.
Mrs. Vic Bch red or called on Mrs.
Bert Meoks last Thursday,
Chas. Cochran, who lives on the
Rumbaugh place, was a visitor hero
Chas. James mado a trip to Hamp
ton last Sunday.
Wm. Schnider, who has been trap
ping near Horso ridge the paBt win
ter, has moved camp and is again
trapping near Glass buttes,
Mr. aud Mrs. Jimmle Brickoy were
In this vicinity last Sunday. They
autoed to Bond. Monday and wero
accompanied by Mrs. J, M. Brickoy.
Miss Audrey James camo from
Bend last Monday.
Mr. Ferris of Bend camo out last
Thursday and on his return took two
cows, -which Mr. Bates purchased
from iMr. Brookings In his truck to
Bert Moeks mado a business trip
'.to Bend this week.
ALFALFA. April S Tho finish
ing touches nro being added to M. L.
Pyatt's houso, both Insldo and out
School Superintendent J. Alton
Thompson visited our school Frldny
and showed some excellent pictures
with his now ntcrcopticon.
.M. L. Pyott and wlfo, Martin Palm
lund and wlfo and Elder Pyatt vis
ited nt tho Dutt homo near Bend
J. N, Roberts has sold his alfalfa
ranch and will move to Redmond for
Mr. and Mrs. Bcckman, Miss Jessie
Hartly and Georgo Hobba woro
guests at C. II. Hardy's Sunday.
At tho rogular election or tho jolly
Neighbors club Wednesday, Mrs. Al
bert Shults was re-elected president.
Mrs. Curt Holloway vico president,
Mrs. Gcorgo Oglo financial secretary.
Tho Jolly Neighbors mot with the
Redmond ladles Friday In an all day
session in Red Cross work.
Carl Larson was looking after
business interests in Powell Butto
L. V. Clarko lost a work horso last
Albert Shults and wife, Gcorgo
Oglo and wire, Mrs. L. V. Clarke and
daughter Margery motored to Bend
Miss Nannlo Stoofter has received
word that her brother, who has been
seriously 111 in Astoria, is Improving.
Our school children aro very busy
making gun wipes for our soldiers.
Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Holloway and
Mrs. Shults wero dinner guests nt
Mrs. Clarke's and spent tho day knit
Why Not Bo Good to Yourself?
It you awaken weary and unro-
freshed In tho mornln. or tiro early
In tho day, are bilious and "bluo,"
with coated tonguo and bad breath
It you aro suffering from indigestion
or constipation you will find Foloy
Cathartic Tablets quick to relieve
and comfortable In action. They arc
wholcsomo and health-giving. Bold
every whoro. Adv.
PLEASANT RIDGE IS
OVER THE TOP EARLY
Many In t created in Liberty
Meeting Speaker Go to
CLOVKUDALH, April 10. Mr.
and Mrs. Ilurvoy Cyrus and Mrs.
Stella Wilson and two daughters of
Prlnovtllo spont Sunday with Geo.
Cyrus 'and fivuitly.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ahboy and Mr.
nml Mrs. Harold Kllon mndo n trip
to Bond Friday.
Miss Ada Jobo ot Bond, who has
boon working in Slstors for some
tlmo. visited In Clovordalo nt tho
Skolton, llurnsldo and Cyrus homes
last wook. She loft Sunday for Bund,
whoro sho will moot hor parmts.
Sovornl of the pooplo ot Clovor
dnlo attended tho Faucott sale In
l'lalnvlow last Tuesday.
W. W. Van Motro and W. F. Fry
roar are called on tho Jury at Bond.
Mr. Norvnl, tho stato veterinarian,
was testing cows Saturday for tuber
culosis that woro put up at tho J. B.
Hodson salo on Monday.
W. W. Van Mntro had tho misfor
tune to loso ono of his best work
horses from spinal meningitis Sun
day. J, K. Aldrlch also lost a good
horso, supposedly from tho some
Earl Miller, who has boon work
ing nt tho Slstors mill, spont Sunday
nt homo. He will go with tho mill
who n It moves.
Idolla Miller was n guest at tho
Van Mntro homo Sunday.
M. Forhani and mothor wont to
J. E. Aldrlch and daughter wero
shopping In Slstors last Monday.
Miss Aldrlch bought some turkeys
from P. Huntington.
Quick Farm Mortagcs, any amount,
usual rato, llboral payment privil
eges. Make application to Now Eng
land Loan Co., through E. D. Ollson,
FEDERAL TRAPPER IS
AT SURPRISE VALLEY
Seo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
PLEASANT RIDGE. April 10.
W. H. Gray was helping repair the
Swalley ditch Monday.
O. E. Anderson purchased a now
disc from B. A. Kendall of Redmond
Antono Ahlstrom and J. W. Peter
son mado a business trip to Bend on
A number of tho farmers In this
vicinity attended the Liberty loan
meeting nt Deschutes Thursday own
ing. C. S. Hudson and A. Whlsnant
of Bend wore there and spoke on tho
Mrs. O. E. Anderson, accompanied
by 'Mrs. C. M. Redfleld of Deschutes,
was shopping In Bend Thursday.
Walt Jones and daughter, Mrs.
Laura McPherson, havo moved back
onto tho Ed. Swalley place for the
Rasmus Peterson and Antono Ahl
strom attended tho patriotic demon
stration In Redmond Saturday.
John Edwards, from near Mllllcan,
is working for Rasmus Peterson. Mr.
Edwards moved his family up and
they are living In one of tho houses
on Mr. Peterson's place.
Fred Seeling was In Bend on Sun
day. Mrs. Lena McPherson attended tho
Red Cross meeting at Tumalo Wed
Hans Mlkkelson and family expect
to move over on tholr place the last
of next weok.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson, ac
companied by Air. and Mrs, W. H.
Gray, attended tho patriotic exor
cises in Bend 8unday afternoon.
J. A. Chase and family -wore in
Rasmus Peterson, Mrs. Johanson,
Mr. Edwards and family and F. B.
Baughman wero in Bend Sunday to
attend tho patriotic meeting,
This community went over tho -ton
and more than subscribed its quota
to tne tniru Liberty loan.
W. H. Gray was helping O. E. An
derson tho last of tho week.
For farm land loans see J, Ryan
& Co. Adv.
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STAUFFBR. April fi T. L. Cow
an and J. H. Hassler mado a trip to
Mr. Nelson and family autoed
through hero to their homestead Fri
day. They havo a now Ford car and
wero trying It out.
A. L. Ghonklns, who has been out
nt Walla Walla, Wash., at work for
somo tlmo, passed through hero on
his way to his homestead near Butte.
Pago Stouffor and mother and two
children wont out to Bend Friday,
W. C. Snyder, tho government
trapper, who has been trapping near
Mllllcan for tho past fow months, hns
moved to Surprlso valloy.
Paul Zylstra and Miss Glcnnlo
Lund spent Saturday aftornoon on
Our teacher was thrown from a
horso Friday evening, but not sort-
A. L. Hunter has been out at work
at Prlnevlllo during tho winter, but
Is on his claim again.
J. H. Hassler and wlfo and DoMa
Flannngan mado a trip to Cowans
Tho peopla of tho valloy aro all
through seeding and ready for a
J. M. Musser Is doing some fenc
ing. Mrs. Goo Edo passed through hero
Sunday on hor way to Bend.
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FRANCE IS HEARD
Whh WoundeI in Huttlo Union Hun
day Kchool Klccttt Offlcen.
PINBHURST, April 10. Chas.
Spaugh and daughters and I. E.
Wlmer and son nttonded tho lecture
by Private Smith at Tumalo Satur
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. W F. Fryrcar of Clovor
dalo spent Sunday at tho homo of
Mrs. Delia Nichols,
Chas. Spaugh and daughters and
Blalno Devers went to Bond Satur
day. G. W. Snydor mado a business trip
to Bend Thursday.
Sovoral of the pupils havo Invested
In thrift stamps and war savings
Mrs. G. W. Snyder called on Mrs.
James Dawson Monday.
Mr. Kfiss, lately returned from
Franco, whero ho was injured in
battle, Is visiting at tno homo of
Mrs. Blackwood was a school vis
Mrs. J. F. Dawson and children
drove to Bond Thursday.
Mr. OHmer moved his family to
tho Buyer placo last week.
Mr. Graham and son mado a busi
ness trip to Bend Wednesday.
Chas. Spaugh, J. F. Dawson and1
F. V. Swisher wero among those from
this neighborhood who attended tho
Fawcett salo Monday.
The Misses Knickerbocker and
brother of Plalnvlow wore tho guests
of Mrs. J. F, Dawson Sunday.
Mrs, Dayton, daughtor and sons
ot Falrvlow woro callers at tho Black
wood homo Sunday.
Mrs, Stellu Androws, teacher of
the school at tho Pino Treo Lumber
company's mill, has resigned ro-
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contly on account of III health.
Mrs. Austin Grnham called on Mrs.
J. K, Dawson Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackwood and chil
dren went to Tumalo Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Luvorenz and
Mrs. Lucy Weaver woro guests of
Mrs. Dolla Nichols Saturday.
J. F. Dawson has boon assisting
Chns. Spaugh with his farm work
wero canvassing Pinohurst Saturday
in tho Interest of tho Liberty loan
Mr. and Mrs. John Styles and son
woro callers at tho home ot Mr. und
Mrs. Blackwood Sunday.
Tho Pinohurst Union Sunday
school elected tho following officers
Sunday: Superintendent, Mrs. Black
wood: assistant suporlntsudont, Mrs,
Nat King; secretary, Rumond Sny
der; treasuror. Ivy Snydor; librarian,
Mrs. F. V. Swsher, and organist,
Mrs. Nat King.
MRS. IIOSKINS MADE
letter llrldun Women Hear Talk by
.Mr. .Mrt'nmb Itxt TtDduy.
Something to soil? Advortlso
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
LOWER BRIDGE, April 10.
Mrs. Mary Chapman and llttlo duugh.
tor returned homo Thursday from tho
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David Mllliurn loft Monday for
Tho Dalles for medical treatment,
Mrs. R. H. Towno and Mrs. Iadd
worn entertained at luncheon at Mrs,
Frod Wultors on Friday.
Mr and Mrs Nowbold woro shop
ping In Tnrrohnnno Monday.
(Ills Stadh; wid In Ilnml TiiumiIiiv
on busluoss In connection with tho!
Mrs. A. S. Holmes vlsltod Mrs.
Walters Thursday ufternnon.
Mr, and Mrs. C, F. Ilosklns wero
In Horn! Monday.
L. P. Ilruco, sorri'lnry and treas
urer of the NorthwoMt Dlatntnlto com-
pnuy, was hero on IhuIiidkk Monday
Mrs. Jnnger spent Saturday and
Sunday In llmlmoml
J. Alton Thompson vlsltod tho
Lower Bridge school Tursdny In con
nwtloti with tho htundanllMton of
It. A. Ward, county agriculturist,
(Continued on page 7.)
WM. I DOWNING
6tli and Nevrpoit Ave., KrnwooJ
How Are You Lined Up on Your
Check Over Your Flies
We hnvc a dandy ussortnient now
' but have no assurance of being
able to replenish.
You surely need something replaced
Whitt is it? It maybe a rod, a
reel, a line or a few leaders
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BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINGS
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
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