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IlKND HULliKTIN, REND, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 10IR
HAMPTON DUTTB, May 23.-
Miss Mlnnlo Kaddatx closed a suc
cessful torm of school last Monday
Tho following program was rendered
by tho school Monday afternoon:
Song "Star Spangled Banner"....
- - -. OCIlwili
Recitation "Liberty Bonds"
Recitation "Llttlo Hands"....
Recitation "Tho Flag on Our
Houso" Agnes Schroder
Reading Laural James
Recitation "Tho Country Justico"
........................... ..Gladys Meoks
Song "Shouting tho Battle. Cry of
Feed Them ,"................... School
Recitation "Tho Country dink"..
. ....................... . Laurel Jamos
Essay "How to Help Win tho
War"....- Agnes Schroder
Recitation Wlla Meoks
Recitation "Are Wo Doing Our
BUT" Georgia James
Essay "How to Help Win tho
War" Gladys Mecks
'Vocal Solo "Oh, Johnnie, Oh"....
Recitation "Pards"Hcrbort Meeks
Song "Vacation Song". . School
Tho school board of this district
met last Monday and engaged Miss
Minnie Raddatz again for the com
ing school year.
Horaco Brookings mado a business
trip to Bond Friday, returning Mon
day. Mrs. Gus McCIoth ot StaufTer
passod through hero Friday on tho
mall stage, bolns on her way to Bend
to visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Lester Hall ot Buck Creek mado
somo purchases at the Brookings
store last Saturday.
Gabriel Batontl made final proot
on his homestoad before Commission
er Sherman last wook. Mr. Vic
Schreder and Mr. Sherman, Jr., were
C. J. StaufTer was a business vis
itor here last Saturday.
Miss Madge Dean ot Cooullle. Ore.,
is visiting with her cousin, Miss Au
drey James, for soveral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wray ot Bond
took dinner with the Meeks family
Mr. Hubbard and daughter and
grandchildren stopped over last Sat
urday to rest their horses. They
wero on their way to their home
stead in Catlow valley.
Miss Maudo Brown and Miss Glen
iilo Lund ot StaufTer wore callers here
Mr. Eades of Catlow valley was
hero looking for five horses that
strayed from his place. Ho found
two near here wending thoir way for
tholr former homo near Madras.
Miss Leta McFadden of Terre
bonne Is spending several days with
Miss Gladys Meeks.
Jako Book took W ray's stage for
Bend one day last week.
T. C. Bwlng was a passenger on
the mall stage for Bend last Tues
day, returning today.
For farm land loans see J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
WILL CLOSE SOON
JIILLICAN, May 24. Tho schools
of District 25 will not have their
picnics on the same date, the East
End school on the 30th ot May, while
the West End school on tho 2nd of
June. Miss Garske's duties will end
the 30th of May, while Mrs. M. M.
Hubbard will be finished with her
Bchonl duties June seventh.
Mrs. Leo Keller and son Harold
and Mrs. F. Tauscher wero callers
at tho Holland homestead tho past
L. B. Keller, R. R. Keller and A.
D. Norton spent Sunday at their re
Mr. and Mrs. F. Tauscher, Miss
Theresa Garske and Walter Keller
were Sunday dinner (guests at the L.
B. Keller home.
Fifteen votes wero cast In the
(llllcan precinct at the primary elec
tion. Mary and Joo Holland and Hazel
Norton wero Sunday play guests at
tho Chas, Groffenbergor home.
Mrs. P, B. Johnson loft for Bend
Monday, whoro sho underwent an
oporation Wednesday, and is report
ed as doing very nicely.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at tho
R. R. Keller home Monday.
Hazel Norton was a Sunday dinner
guest at tho Holland homo.
Mrs. R, R. Keller called at tho
Holland home Sunday afternoon.
R. R. Keller was employed at the
Sloan ranch Sunday.
Frank Sloan has sold tho 10,000
sheep he had In and about tho neigh
borhood and now has his ranch, tho
Tormer ililllcan ranch, for sale.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland and
Practical Experience Counts
in Developing and Printing Films, and we are
prepared to turn out firstclass work in a short
time. Our work insures your coming again.
"In at ONE, at FIVE they're done."
CENTRAL PHOTO CO.
WITH SYMONS. The Jeweler. O'Kane Bid... Bend. Ore.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Feeal expect to
niako n trip to Bond Sunday In tho
Mrs. Holland was a Thursday
guest of Mrs. R. It. Kellor.
A. D. Norton lost a stoor recently.
Frod Klger bought two cows from
A. D. Norton. Ho took them homo
SHK GOT GOOD UlSUITS.
This honest tostlmony from a
woman who has suffered should bo
heeded by all afflicted with backacho,
rheumatic pains, or any symptom ot
kidney and bladder trouble: "I havo
got such good results from Foloy
Kidney Pills that I sleep much better.
Mrs. Chas. Gray, 270 Sixth St., Do
trolt, Mich." Sold ovorywhoro.
LOWER BHIDGE. May 25. Tho
ladles of the Lower Brldgo Rod Cross
auxiliary started tho work ot tho
second Red Cross drive Wednesday.
Mrs. L. A. Hunt and Mrs. R. S.
Towno wero appointed as ono com
mlttoo. and Mrs. L. F. Rice and
Marlon Hosklns as another and Mrs.
A. J. Fuller and Mrs. Joo Howard
as tho third. Tho total ot subscrip
tions was $225.
H. O. Wilson is shearing sheep tor
L. A. Hunt, A. S. Holmes and G.
E. Stadlg were In Bend Tuesday
evening to the tax meeting.
Mrs. G. E. Stadlg was a dinner
guest at Mrs. Rico's Tuesday evon
lug. A. J. Fuller was In Bend Monday
Mr. Minor of Bond met with the
Lower Bridge people Monday In re
gard to tho road that is to bo built
to tho lower end ot the Long Hollow
ranch to accommodate those buying
tho Long Hollow garden tracts.
Miss Lois Towno returned home
Saturday after completing the term
of school at Redmond high school.
Jorry Groszkrougcr took L. A.
Hunt's, G. E. Stadlg's and h'.s own
cattlo to tho forest reservo this weok.
Sarah Ncalelgh spent a few days
with her slater, Mrs. Mary Chapman,
beforo returning to her homo at
Hood River. Miss Ncalelgh has com
pleted her term ot school at Prlnc-vllle.
John Calvcrley went to Prlnevllle
Mrs. L. F. Rico and daughters,
Mrs. G. E. Stadlg, Mrs. Jaogor and
Marlon Hosklns wero Bend visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson from Mon
tana, who have purchased a part of
tho Long Hollow ranch, have moved
onto tholr newly purchased property.
Cut Thin Out It I Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, cncloso with flvo cents to Foley
& Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago,
111., writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive In return a
trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
ney Pills and Foley Cathartic. Tab
lets. Sold everywhere.
Who Is Plorcy & Sons, Tumalo!
BUYS CAST IRON
ALFALFA, May 25. An agent
representing tho Bond foundry was
in this section Tuesday buying old
Mrs. Billy Robenson Is suffering
from ptomaine poisoning from eat
ine canned Roods.
Elder Pyatt and Billy Robenson
made a business trip to Bend Tues
A. C. Barber and son Lester made
a trip to Redmond Tuesday.
Ralph Smock took a load of cord
wood to Prinevillo the first ot tho
Mrs. Curt Halloway and Mrs. Mary
Bonn, who have had quito a siege oi
measles, are convalescent.
J N. Beach and Bill Brown ot
Powell Butte wore in Alfalfa Satur
day, Mr, Beach going on to Bend.
Orville Shults, who has been at
tending Redmond high, returned
homo Saturday, school having closed
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Robinson will
entertain their friends at a card
party Saturday evening.
M. L. Pyatt and wife, Charles
Pyatt and family expect to leave soon
for a visit -with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Pyatt, who llvo In Idaho, also to look
at tho country with a view of locat
Three young men employed at the
Johnston ranch left for Bond Satur
day, expecting to be dratted Into
U. S. service.
SISTEUS, Mny 26. A war savings
soctoty was organized nt tho school
houso Wodncsdny ovonlttig. Tho fol
lowing officers wero oloctod: Mrs.
Edd Spoo, president, and Mrs. Pearl
Davidson, secretary. Tho following
inombors worn onrolled: C. L. Gist,
Scott Mcsser, lluoll Hathaway, J. L.
lloso, Harold Allen, J, I). Bowman,
Porry A. South, William Hardt. B. M
Harrington, Claud Knapp, Chas. J
Kafor, F. L. 8haw, Kiln L. 8haw,
Mrs. Molllo Farthing. It. K. Allon,
Daisy Allon. Tllllo E. Wilson, C. N.
Bobbins, Pearl Stldhntu, Goorgo E.
Altkon, Ida McKlnnoy, J. J. wilt,
Nettle Cobb, O. E. Job, Hottlo Gist,
Anthony Roach, Hazel, McKlnnoy,
.Ino. W. Dennis, Goo. p. Scott, Mrs.
T. M. Donnlson. Tho next mooting
of tho society will bo hold on tho
20th day of Juno. A report of tho
silo of war savings certificates nud
thrift stamps will bo mado to tho
county superintendent lmmodiatoly
attor each mooting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allon of Allen
dalo wore in town Monday.
H. G. Kennard, state district
watormastor of Crook and Deschutes
countlos, was at Sisters on business
L. A. Hcathman. who conducts a
summer resort nt Suttlo lake, was In
town Tuesday. Mr. Hcathmnn ro
ports that there is good fishing a
tho lake now.
A. B. Dcvenport of tho Deschutes
Mutual Tolophono company of Red
mond. Is busily ongagod constructing
a lino from Sisters to tho
L. E. Smith ot Redmond and J G
Oilell ot Madras woro at Sisters
Wednesday to ascertain that progress
that Is being mado at tho Rodmon
Whlto Pino mill.
Claud Knapp went to Redmond on
J. D. Bowman, C. L. Gist nnd Mrs
Warren Farthing motored to Bend
H. K. Allen, Anthony Roach. Edd
Spoo and Georgo Wilson mado a
business trip to Tho Dalles suntiay,
returning Tuesdny. They report that
all crops are looking fine.
C W. Allen nnd Mr. Pnrkor mo
tored to Bond Wednesday.
Mrs. Banks nnd family loft Thurs
day to make tholr homo in Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Lewis nnil son
Albert from Fort Rock loft Monday
for Polk county.
F. W. Wobor. principal of Slstors
school, left for Bend Thursday for a
short while Ho expects to go to
Portland tho first of June.
Georco Stewart of Tho Dalles was
visiting with his nunt, Mrs. Cobb
Wcdnosdny nnd Thursday beforo go
ing to training camp at Fort Mc
Dowell. Mrs. Miller and daughtor were
shopping nt Sisters Thursday
i.in wuson returned rriuny inim
Fort McDowell, where ho took his
final examination tor military serv
ice Mr. Hartwell, who lives on the
Santiam road ncross tho mountains,
killed a bear Saturday.
Grandma Kafer has been on tho
sick list the past week.
Ella Taylor, a former resident, was
calling on friends in Sisters Friday
Warren Farthing and Jack Still
ham are cutting timber at the Rod
mon Whlto Pino mill.
GIVEN FOR SOLDIER
TERREBONNE, May 27. A party
was given at L. P. C. hall last Tues
day evening, tlio guest of honor He
ine Leonard McFadden. U. 8. A.,
who Is horo from Camp Lewis, Amer
ican Lako. Tho hall was crowded
with tho friends and neighbors of
this popular young man. The oven
Ing was passed playing games and
singing patriotic airs, after which
refreshments consisting nt fruit
punch and war cookies were served.
Miss Angelina Romnol and brother
Clarenco havo returned from an on-
joyablo visit at tho A. J. Fuller homo
at Lower Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs B. E. Nichols and Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Iunker havo returned
from a pleasant stay at Seaside
Mrs. Blancho Hyde left Friday
evening for Fort Columbia, Wash.
Miss Mary McCauley, who recently
graduated from C. C. II. 8 has re
Mrs. M. C. Davidson Is spending
tho week in Redmond assisting In
tho care of her grandson, Archer
Gates, who is seriously III with ton-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mooro of
Lower Bridge spout tho wcek-ond
with friends here.
Miss Volda Morris has returned
from MUwaukle, Oregon, where sho
bus boon attending high school,
Mrs. Lulu Lowo of Edmonds,
Wash., arrived Sunday to Bpond tho
summer with her brothers, E. C. and
E. B. Metcalf, and their fnmllles.
Vernon Hall, a former resident of
this placo, but now residing at Mans
field, Wash., Is visiting IiIb brother
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall,
Lylo McFadden of Barnes, Ore., Is
horo for a fow days.
O. G, Groves of Milton, Ore., was
horo Saturday greotlng old friends.
And Investigate our prict
before buying your ifrocerlas.
We can save you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Minima. Ore. Telephone
find the carriage yon want. Prices $40
. ....bv .. v,. ..
fortable. They are sanitary and very moderately priced.
PLEASANT RIDGE, May 28.
Mrs. linns Mlkkelson was In Red
mond Thursday afternoon.
J. W. rotorson hauled a load of
potatoos from tho Johnson ranch,
southwest ot Tumnlo, Tuosday.
W. C. Van Clevo and family ot
Deschutes called at tho Anderson
home Thursday aftornoon.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson, In company
with Mrs. C. M. Redtlold of De
schutes, attended tho Red Cross In
W. II. Gray hauled a load ot house
hold goods to Redmond for Geo. E.
Gray on Monday.
Mrs. Lena Mcl'horson nnd children
woro shopping In Bond Tuesday
J. A. Chase mado a business trip
to Bond Thursday.
Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Warrior of
Rodmond came out Wednesday to got
somo of tholr household goods. Thoy
expect to leave soon by auto for
Eastern Washington to hunt up a
now location, Mr. Warner formerly
owned a farm in this vicinity, but
for tho past six months has made
his homo in Redmond, whoro ho was
employed by tho Tum-A-Lum Lum
W. H. Gray attondod a mooting of
tho Swalioy Ditch company In Bond
Ernest Frank nnd wlfo woro in
Redmond on business Monday.
C, P. Becker ot Tumalo, tho as
sessor, was calling on tho farmors
in this vicinity Wednesday.
Miss Etta Chaso has boon visiting
this week at tho homo of her brother,
Wayno Chaso, of Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. E. Gray left
Tuesday for Vancouvor, Wash , to
mako their future homo. Mr. Grny
wont by auto nnd Mrs. Gray drove
through with n horso and buggy.
Mr. Gray Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H, Gray and camo horo last fall,
from Sllverton, Oregon.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Catha
rlno Johanson woro Bend visitors
Friday aftornoon. Thoy woro ac
companied by Mrs. John Edwards.
Fred Seeling was helping Antono
Ahlstrom butchor Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tondod tho open mooting of tho
Tllllcum club at Tumalo Friday
Goo. Ilolton of Deschutes wan In
this neighborhood on Thursday,
J. W. Potorson wont to Bond Sat
urday with a beef he butchered,
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Anderson and
children of Bend spent Sunday at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ander
son. Alex. Duval was In Bond on busi
t BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
Recti Carriages in nuturul finish or old ivory, with
soil comfort springs and roomy hotly, Folding Go
Guts with leatherette or mohair tops, gray, hrown,
It really costs very little to brighten your rooms with
fresh new paper. Nothing else for so little money will
make such a diilerence in appearance. Paper for a fair
sized room can hchad
terns from which
to make selection
A new shipment
has just arrived.
Rockers in the
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Mr. and Mrs O. E. Anderson nt
tnnded tho movlus In Bond Sunday
SCHOOL IS CLOSED
POWELL BUTTE. May 28. Miss
Jesslo Hartley closed tho Hhopnrd
school on Wednesday of last weok
after a very successful eight months'
term. Through hard work on (tin
part of tho pupils nnd teacher, thoy
wore successful In earning the
amount to fit up tholr piny grounds
and standardizing their school, or
which tho district Is very proud.
Mrs. E. N Hall nnd son Ernest re
cently left for Portland to remain
during thu summer.
Frod Brown has purchased n now
Maxwoll, which ho will usu in riding
J. P. Bowman nnd family have
moved Into tho Borkhart houso for
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Khoarar nnd
daughtor spent Katurday and Hundny
at tho Deschutes river near Harper.
O. C. Trucsdalo has purchased n
Tho total amount raised by tho
Red Cross drive In this section was
$208.50. nearly 120 over Its quota.
Mrs. E. R. Ager and children vis
ited with Mrs. Frank Klsslor nnd
family several days last week, re
turning to tholr homo nenr Ochoco
While hauling his cow from I'rlno
vlllo to his ranch, F. W. McCafTory
was unfortunate In having hit) cow
break loose, Jumping from tho truck
and breaking hor hip.
Shoes for Real Service
OUK HI'KCIAITY IH TO MAKE HHOE8 THAT
HTAND THE TKHT
la especially mnda for this kind of country. Nope aro but
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsomo serviceable dross shoo for men. Cannot bo
boaten for tho money. Glvo theso shoos n trlnl,
A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hanson Loggor BIiooh of Threo Lnkon, Wis., aro
hand-mado nnd ono of tho very boot of Its kind. Bpoclol mado-to-ordor
work tnlcon for this shoo.
UP-TO-DATE HUGE REPAIRING
R. H. LOVEN
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BRICK & LUMBER CO.
or hlaek. Sulkevs in several
finishes, with and without hoods
Among all these yon are sure to
to $42 SO
at from $2.00 up. Sixty pat
8c per Roll
of these attractive pieces
Included are Chairs and
natural willow, ivory and
fumed finish, with loose cush
ion seats. These are light in
weight, but strong and com
Art Wurxwollor has dlipnsod of
his Ford car nnd purchased n now
Allon Wlllcoxon nnd family sprint
fl.tturdny nud Hunday at Crano
Mrs. J. M, Hlnnrnr nnd Ruth wore
guests of Mrs. W. A. Foster on Fri
day. The directors of tho Co-operative
association hold a mooting nt thu
community hall Hnturdny evening.
Hpeck Younrr Is working for Allon
Mrs W. E, Young spent several
days last weak In Redmond.
AT REND HIGH
(From Friday's Dally )
Tho student body of the Bend high
school oloctod the student officers for
next yenr this uftornoon. Thoy wora:
Prosldnnt, Janice Hliupson; vlco
president, Countnnco Knickerbocker;
secretary, Ktnnley Bond; treasurer,
Leroy Coyner. Eugene Fulton, tho
outgoing treasurer, reported that tho
treasury had 167 cash on baud.
good van the whom: family.
Evory family requires n safo nnd
reliable cough nnd cold remedy. Mrs.
John Potter, 20 Shupo Ht Mt. Pleas,
nnt, PL, writes: "I havo usod
Foloy's Honey nnd Tar for colds for
yearn nnd highly recommend It to nil
families." Contains no opiates,
Checks bronchial and grip coughs,
croup nnd whooping cough. Hold