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BUND nUlil.RTIN, MOOT), OMtdOV, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 101H
CL.0VERDALB, May 6. Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Fryroar apont Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Durllng.
R. D. Wood worth purchased a now
Ford in Rodjnjqnd last week.
Goo. Cynw and family and Marlon
Van Matro woro fishing at Trout
Crook lake Sunday.
John W. Oottor rocolvod a telo
Krara tolling ot tho death ot his
brother last Tuesday. He loft that
night (or Ohio, whoro his brother's
funeral will Uko placo.
Miss Roso Hunnoll, Cllno Falls
school teacher, spent Saturday and
Sunday at tho Van Matro homo.
Those proeont at tho Rod Gross
last week, who mot with Mrs. IrvlDS
Parberry, wore: Mrs Sco. Cyrus,
Mrs. Frank Arnold. Mir. II. C. Mil
ler, Mrs. R. J. Skolton and Mrs.
Burling. They workod on bath
robes. R. J. Skolton has boon sick with
Mr. and Mrs. Smith ot Deschutes
spent Sunday at the Fryrcar home,
with Mrs. Smith's brothor, Madison
Holton. They wero accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Foster and Miss Conley.
Mary Ftyrear and Idclla Miller
spent Sunday at tho Van Matre home.
The irrigation district hem a vot
ing or bonds at tho waldron ranch
May 4. The voting was favored,
23 to 3
Dean and Lillian Van Matre, Idolla
Miller, Mary Fryrear and Roso Hun
noll motored to Cllno Falls Sunday
Vern Sketton spont Sunday In Sis
ters. ,Goo. F. Cfnw mado a business trip
to Bond today.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Atkins of Sis
ters wero callers at Parberry's homo
last Sunday oronlng.
J. E. Aldrich lost ono ot his fat
steers ono day last week.
Anton Ahlstrom went to Bond Sat
urday to take In a hog which ho had
Thoso attondlng tho basket social
at Deschutes Saturday night from
this neighborhood wore: Mr. nml
Mrs. V. H. Gray, Frod Soollng, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. E. Gray, Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson and Alfrod Mlkkol
son. A pleasant tlmo was enjoyed
It is reported that Frodorlck Cars
tan has rented his placo, formerly
known as tho Abbott place, to L. W.
Brandonburk ot Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho movies In Bond Sunday
Tho C. O. I. Co. is putting in a now
culvert in tho Duval ditch noar tho
Wobor placo. Milan Whlttomoro Is
doing the work.
Miss Etta Chaso Is visiting a
whllo with hor brother, Wayne
Chase, and wife ot Redmond.
Mrs. John Carson, n former rontdont
or this district.
Thoso attondlng sorvlces at tho
Presbytorlan church In Bond from
this district wore: Mr. and Mrs. It.
la. Grimes, Mr. and' Mrs. W. L, Coffey,
A. Noff, W. Russoll, ArthitV Harris,
Myrtlo nml Roy Noff, Mrs. G. I.
Mooro, Dorothy Monro nnd Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Womstnff
Tho Lutheran mlnlator ot Bond
hold sorvlces at tho Julius Potoraon
homo Sunday nttornoon.
Rov. Hartranft preached nt tho
Mountain View school Sunday. This
will bo his last sermon until his re
turn from Columbus, Ohln. Rov.
Montgomery will preach at tho school
houso next Sunday.
HEM'S TO KEEP FIT.
When tho digestion Is out ot ordor
It throws tho whole physical bolng
out of goar. B. B. Hayward, Una
dllla. Ga., writes: "Foloy'a Cathartic
Tablots lvo mo qulckor relief than
anything I have over tried." They
rollovo biliousness, bad breath, bloat
ing, gas. indigestion and constipation.
No griping or nausea. Sold everywhere.
Who Is Piercy & Sons, Tumalo?
For farm land loaoa see J. Ryan
A Co. Adr.
GLADYS MEEKS WINS
STORY WRITING PRIZE
HAMPTON BUTTE, May 2.
Gladys Meeks won tho prize In the
story writing contest or "How to
HoId win Wo war.
Little Wlla Meoks is on tho sick
1 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brlckey wero
Hampton visitors Friday.
Mr. McFayden was a (guest at
Brookings last Sunday night.
Miss Mlnnlo Raddltz visited with
Mrs. M W. Shepherd Sunday.
J. D. Perry moved his well drill
Tuesday aftornoon from Mr. How
ell's placo In Misery Flats.
Tho James and Meeks children
visited wltjh Agnes Schreder last
Paul Zylatra bade friends In this
vicinity goodbye last Tuesday, as he
will go to enlist in the army.
Mrs. Mary Street and two daugb
ters of Buck Creek autoed over
Wednesday to get Mrs. Steward, who
camo from Bend on Wray's otago.
Thos. C. Ewing is busy assessing
in this locality.
Horace Brookings lost one ot his
milch cows this week.
The children in this neighborhood
wore having great pleasure bagning
May boskets Tuesday night.
C. 0. 1. REPAIRING
THE DUVAL CANAL
PLEASANT RIDGE, May 6. W.
H. Gray and Fred Seeling made a
business trip to Redmond Monday.
J. W. Peterson was in Bend Mon
day to do some trading.
Miss Hilma Nelson entertained tho
following ladles Monday afternoon:
Mrs. Mlkkelson, Mrs. Geo. Gray,
Mrs. Catharine Johansen, Mrs. John
Edwards, Mrs. J. W. Peterson and
Mrs. O. E. Anderson.
Mrs. Geo. E. Gray was in Red
Arthur Dickinson of Tumalo was
hauling bay from the Chase place
the first ot the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Olo Hanson, Hans
Hanson and Carl Hanson visited at
the Mlkkelson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chase and
daughter Etta were In Redmond
Mrs. W. H. Gray and Mrs. Geo.
Gray were shopping in Bond Eues
day. Hans Mlkkelson went to Redmond
Monday after a load ot land plaster.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson, accompanied
by Mrs. C. M. Redfleld ot Deschutes,
was shopping in Bend Thursday.
Harold Kllno of Sisters was a
caller at tho Anderson home Monday.
LOWER BRIDGE. May C Mrs.
L. F. Rico and daughter motored to
L. A. Hunt was a Bend visitor
Mr. Boyd ot Bend. Mr. Fosset and
son wero dinner guests at tho Hos
kins homo Tuesday.
Mr. Jaeger has been at home tho
past week working on the home
stead. Naomi and Marion Hosklns wero
Redmond visitors Saturday.
G. E. Stadig was in Rodmond
C. F. Hosklns mado a business
trip to Bend Friday.
Mrs. A. J. Fuller and Mrs. L. F.
Rico attended the Oaks sale on
Bee J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
LADIES MAKE QUILTS
FOR THE RED CROSS
BEND R. F. D. No. 1, May 6.
The Ladles' Aid of the Second Union
church will meet at tho homo ot
Mrs. P. J. Young on Thursday. They
are making quilts for tho Red Cross.
Otto Olson has rontcd tho E. E.
Stowo placo and Is expecting to tnovo
Mr. and Mrs. A. Netf and sons
Ray and Elmor autoed to Powell
Butte Tuesday afternoon to look at
Geo. Lowell was the unfortunate
loser or two good heifers the past
Fred Donnlson Is painting tho Brat
Mrs. J. W. Wornstoff and Miss
Eunice Noff took dlnnor with tho
Malosh family Friday evening.
Little Alice Coo spent Thursday
with Vernon Williams.
The Hoech school will closo Fri
day, May 10. A pie social will be
given at tho school house on Thurs
day evening, May 9. An Interesting
program is being prepared.
Lee Young and sons Cecil and El
mor caught flvo young coyotes tho
Miss Anna Dunsmoro left Thurs
day for hor home at Forest Grovo.
Alex. Walters has rented his place
to otto cassemlre for tho summer,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wornstaff,
Mrs. A. Noff, Myrtle and Eunice and
Elmer Neff spent an enlovablo even
ing at tho Julius Peterson homo
Thursday. The evening was spent In
singing and music, after which re
freshments wero served.
The pupils of the Mountain View
school have Invested J 14 in thrift
Airs. Leo Young has Just received
a letter from her nephew Oliver, who
is In Franco. Ho writes that ho is
well and happy.
Mrs. Austls Moore and children of
Beud spont Tuesday with the form
er's mother-in-law, Mrs. G. L. Moore.
r. II. Dencer returned from Salom
Mr. and Mrs. Eoboe of Terrebonne
attended tho sorvlces at the school
Lee Young autoed to Deschutes
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wornstaff will
leave Monday morning for Portland.
Miss Mildred Lodmen will accom
pany them as far aa Portland and
from there she will no to Hnrlne-
fleld. Oregon, to stay with her aunt,
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in Developing and Printing Films, and we are
prepared to turn out firstclass work in a short
time. Our work insures your coming again.
7n at ONE, at FIVE they're done."
CENTRAL PHOTO CO.
WITH SYMONS. The Jeweler. OKaae Bid. Bd Or.
SISTERS, May G. A largo rrowd
attondod tho debate which was hold
at tho school houso Friday uvonltvg
Tho subject debated was "Rosolved,
that capital punishment should bo
abolished." Tho afflrmatlvo speakors
woro Goorgo E. Altkon and Harold
Kllno at Clovordalo and tho negative
speakors woro Ellis Edglngton and
Principal F. W. Wobor. Tho Judges
woro County Superintendent J. Al
ton Thompson, II. K, Allen and Ar
thur Temploton. Tho ncg'atlvo
Bpoakors won tho decision. Tho fol
lowing recitations, readings and
songs woro rendered by the school
children: Song, "America"; recita
tion, "Quoor Jim," by Elmor Qra-
ham: roadlng. "Sammy's lioputa
tlon," by Anna CHott; song, "Como
and Play with Mo." by Ruby Houtn:
recitation, "Dressing Hor Doll," by
Mildred Bowman; reading, "Tho
American." by Henry Cllott; rcclta
tlon, "Working for tho War." by
Motola Alton; address, "Lincoln's
Gottsbung Speech," by Allen Har
rington; recitation. "Hong tor tho
Flag," Irol Harrington: song, "Koop
tho Homo Flros Burning," by Era
Banks and Cocllo McCallum; recita
tion, "Tho Flag," by Evorott Banks;
dialogue, "Our Flag," by flvo boys;
recitation, "A Surprise from
Mother." by Florls Sorenson; road
lng, "Gottlng tho Kaisor." by Cocllo
McCallum; recitation. "How Things
Have Changed," by Darleon Winkle;
dialogue "Our Flag." by Alfred Fret
bong and Claryco McKlnnoy; recita
tion, "Toast from tho Tronches."
Eva Banks; roadlng, "Chargo." by
Georgo Davis; recitation, "Tho Whlto
Roso," by Vorna Kafor; song, "Tho
Star Spangled Banner."
Goorgo Haslott, who represents a
Kansas City shoo company, called on
P. B. Davis & Co. Friday.
Tho following porsons from Sis-
tors attended tho reception at tho
Pilot Butte Inn Sunday evening,
givon in honor ot thoso leaving for
Camp Lewis: Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Qlst. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Allen and
son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. George
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. McKln
ney and daughter Inez and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred McKlnnoy.
Mrs. P. Huntington and children
went to Bond Saturday to leave for
Abordoon, Wash., to Join her huo
band, who is working in tho ship
B. L. Tono wont to Portland on
Joo Howard, Jr., camo In from
Lower Brldgo Saturday.
Max Wurzwolllor was at Sisters
Saturday to attend n special moot
ing of tho Slsters-Motollus Llvestocn
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Graham, Mr.
and Mrs. H. K. Allon and son Harold
and Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Gist motored
to Bend Wednesday evening.
Rod Foster camo In from Eaglo
Crook valley Saturday.
' Frank Zumwalt was shopping at
M. N. Knickerbocker of Plalnvlow
was In Slaters on business Saturday.
Inez McKlnnoy Is on tho sick list.
Rachel and Constance Knicker
bocker, who aro attondlng high
school at Bond, spont Sunday with
John E. Peter of Tho Dalles regis
tered at the Dennis hotel.
A. E. Odell ot Pasco, Wash., was
at Sisters Wednesday.
A. B. Holderman, who represents
tho Union Oil Co. of California,
called on P. B. Davis & Co. Satur
day. Mr. Holderman says that Ar
Isto oil Is now usod extensively.
Waltor Hondrlcka and wife and
sister from Genova called on Win.
Mr. Belchy of Shorman county,
who has a summor homo In Shor
man, on tho Motollus, was in town
Mrs. Grace Altkon mado a busi
ness trip to Redmond Wednesday.
Ray Armstrong of Plalnvlow was
at Slstors Saturday.
Warren Farthing, Floyd Barnoy
and Mr. Seals spent a week on the
Motollus Ashing. Mr. Barney and
Mr. Seals came over from Prlnevlllo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Abbey of Clovor
dalo wero shopping at Sisters Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kline and
Harold's fathor and Vern Skelton of
Clovordalo attended tho debate and
program at the school house Friday
Chas. Kafer took a load of boot
to Bond Saturday for the Palace
Glenn D. Hart, ropresontatlve of
tho El SIdolo Cigar Co. of Portland,
and Thomas F, Crcacy, ropresonta
tlve ot the Burroughs Adding Ma
chine Co. ot Portland, called on local
H. J. Jensen, acalor for the I X h
Lumber Co. of Bend, camo In from
the Wilson mill Wednesday.
J. D. Bowman has resumod his
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Stock carried at Prineville and at Redmond.
COLLINS W. ELKJNS, Agent
duties as flro warden of tho De
schutes forest reserve Ho has boon
busily ongagod extinguishing Arcs
near Bend, La Pino and Black Butto.
Principal F. W. Weber has en
rolled Harold Allon, Scotty Mesaor,
Buoll Hathaway, Edward Roberts
and Van Wilson In tho U. 8. boys'
Chas 0 1st and Flro Warden J. D.
Bowman motorod to Black Butto
Sunday to put out a flro.
HUE GOT GOOD REHULTK.
This honest testimony from a
woman who has sufforod should be
heeded by all afflicted with backacho,
rhoumatlc pains, or any symptom of
kidney and bladder trouble: "I havo
got such good results from Foley
Kidney Pills that I sloop much better.
Mrs. ('has. Gray. 270 Sixth St., De
troit, Mich." Sold everywhere.
And avertlgato one prices
before bgylag your groceries.
We caa save yoa Baoaey.
P. B. Johnson's
PIKEHURST, May C Miss Nellie
Snyder, who Is attondlng tho Ilend
high school, spont tho week-end with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoag and fam
ily, from near Bond, woro visiting
rolatlvcs and friends horo Sunday,
I. E. Wimer motored to Bend Wed
Chas. Spaugh and family and Mr.
and Mrs. I. E. Wlmer and son wore
among thoso who attondod tho pic
turo show in Bond Wednesday night
Miss Ethel Snyder was the guest
of tho Misses Vlolot and Myrtlo
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dawson wero
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Black
Mrs. McManmon and son Frank ot
Ellonsburg, Wash., arrived last week
and aro Intending to locato hero.
C. M. Phelps and J. W. Ross went
to Tumalo Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Spaugh and
daughters attended tho box social at
tho Pino Tree mill Thursday night
and report an enjoyable tlmo.
Mrs. C. M. Phelps motored to Bond
Tuesday to moot Mrs. McManmon,
who Is visiting at tho Phelps homo,
G. W. Snydor mado a buslnoss trip
to Bond Monday.
Vol ma and Irving Nichols visited
In Tumalo Monday and Tuesday,
J. F. Dawson mado a business trip
to Bend Monday.
Porry Dawson and Pearl Black
wood wore tho guests of Russoll
Graham and Colesto King Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Caon woro Pino-
hurst visitors Friday,
John Bowman, who has rccontiy
purchased the Ramsey place, arrived
Mrs. F. V. Swisher and daughter
and Mrs. Delia Nichols drove to
F. V. Swisher made a business irip
to Bend Tuesday.
Miss Ivy Snyder and Vlolot Spaugh
have boon on tho sick list this wook.
Austin Graham has recently pur
chased tho farm bolonglng to Mrs.
Mrs. F. W. Loveronc and sons of
Plalnvlow wero tho guests ot Mrs.
Delia Nichols Sunday.
Mrs. A. H. Roed and grandson
made a trip to Tumalo Saturday.
Mrs, F. V. Swisher called on Mrs.)
J. F. Dawson Sunday.
MILLICAN MAN TO
ENLIST IN MARINES
MILLIOAN. May 3. Opal Cona
way was removed to tho Item) hos
pital tho past week, but Is greatly
Improved at this writing.
J. J. Holland spont Sunday nt
R. R. Kullor was a wook-ond sucst
of his family.
L. B. Kollor roturned to Bond tho
John J, Do Rushla called nt thn
R. R. Keller, Ferdinand Tauscher
and L. II Keller homes Sunday bo
torn leaving for Portland and He
attlo. At thn latter place ho wIkIio
to visit a slstor a short tlmo bofarn
enlisting In tho Marlnn corps.
It. R. Keller called at the Sloan
Mr. and Mrs, Alex. Keoal worn Sat
urday guests at tho R. R. Keller
(Continued on Paga Six.)
Food is too valuable to waste, nml for that reason a
good refrigerator is now, more than ever, a source
ot real economy. A complete line of Northland nnd
Gurney Refrigerators is now in stock. Styles to
suit every requirement.
Every Trunk in our new line just received is guar
nntced not to check or crack. Sizes from 00 to 1)0
inch. Quality is built into every Trunk nnd prices
$10.75 to $17.50
FRY OVEN GLASSWARE
Oven Glassware is the most modern nnd sanitary of
all cooking ware. It does not rust like tin or chip
like granite. It is easy to keep clean nnd is guar
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Custard Cups, Casseroles, Bread Bakers, Pie Plates.
Bend Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
, BRICK BUILDINQS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN PIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
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