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1IKN1) MIM.KTIN, 11KNI) OUKUON, TIIUIIHDAY, JUNK 0, 1D1H
BRIDE OF CORPORAL
DEND It. P. D. No. 1, May 27.
Tho mnrrlsgo of Miss Margarlte
Crumb ot Uond to Corporal Charles
E. ltoyor, formerly of this district,
who Is now stationed at Camp Lewis,
was sotcmntxed on May IS at Olym- attending tho commencemont oxer
pia. Wash. Tho grooru is in training iclsos ot the Hedmond high school
now nddlo that was made for him
recontly by Hninley company ot
Messrs. P. and Alox. I.ovoreuB
loft hero last Wednesday for Tho
Dalles to be .with their sister, Mrs.
Weaver, during hor operation alio
was to undergo on Prlday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Chalfan spent
a delViJitful week-end at Hedmond
at Camp Lewis. Tho couple will llvo
Mrs. Young and daughter nro hero
trom Canada, visiting tho former's
sister, Mrs. LaM.ty, nnd also her son,
Moso Voau, who Is In tho first draft.
Mr, and Mrs. Hicks nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sandors ot Bend wore Sunday
visitors nt tho Prcd Reynolds home
Miss Myrt! Neff will leave for
Hood Itlvor, Ore , Wednesday morn-
Tholr niece, Grace KIrrs. Is u mom
ber of this year's graduating class.
Hoy Hoss nnd liny Armstrong
wore callers in Sisters last Friday.
Mrs. A. W. Armstrong and grand
dnughtor Wilmn nnd Mrs. 11. A.
Scoggln spent Prlday afternoon with
Mrs. Alex. Lovcronz.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hartley nnd
Hay Armstrong attended the open
meeting of tho THIIcum club nt Turn
ln. She will visit with Mrs. Neil's nlo Prlday cvonlng. Mrs. Hartley
cousin, Mrs. L. Lapc, nnd also stay .and Mr. Armstrong assisted In the
and holp during tho straw borry and
A farewell Jarty was given Chester
E. Mooro at his homo Sunday even
ing. The ovcu'ng was pleasantly
spent in playing gamos and conversa
tlon, nftor which light refreshments
program ns members ot tho mixed
Messrs. Ilalph Dunn nnd Harry
Morrison of Ilend wero guests of
Paul Scoggln on Sunday.
Mrs. Orover Pulllam spent Satur
day night and Sunday with hor sis-
wero served. Chester will leave ter. Mr. Alex. Lovoronz,
Monday night for Camp Lewis. Prom WJlma Armstrong was tho guest
thero no expocts to icavo ror Franco 0f Ida Hoss last Thursday.
noon. Those present wore: Mr. nnui
Mrs. Lee Young, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Denser, Mr. nnd Mrs Honton Cook,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Autls Mooro and fam
ily. Misses Dona, Grace and Georgia
Cook, Walter Cook, Cecil and Elmer
C. L. Smith has recently bought
the old Barto place.
Mr. lieigemen and Mr. Erlcksen
attended tho Good Government
league in Ilond Tuesday night.
Myrtle and Eunice Neff woro din
ner guests at C. L. Smith's Sunday.
The J. W. Womstaff place has
been rented again to Mr. Deadlont ot
Rend. William Amos has moved to
Bend and expects to Jio called to the
Several ot the farmers are work
ing on sink holes In the Central Ore
son canal. The water will bo out
for several days.
motored to Suttlo Inko nnd Mo
tollus for n day's fishing Inst Sunday.
Thny roport a very good catch.
Mrs. (1. M. Couch nnd Mrs. Twoel
woro pleasant callers nt tho homo of
Mrs. I). W, Dloterlch on Wednesday.
Tho crops In this vicinity nro look
Inn exceedingly well, considering the
unfavorable wo.vthor. There nro In
dicattous ot n good crop ot berries
anil small fruits,
Tho Tllllcum society of Tumnlo
met with Mrs. Harry Mcllulie on
Saturday afternoon tor the early
oloetlnn of officers. Mrs. MclSuIre,
Mrs. Hartley nnd Mrs. llookmiiu woro.
Mr. nnd Mrs, James Dawson nnd
muui.v nnn uniui wiuum in uiu luinm,
of I. E. Winter on Sunday,
C. It. Spaugh and family attended
tho opon mooting ot tho Tllllcums
nt Tumnlo on Prlday ovonlug, I
Harry Dletorlch Is putting In
quite nn ncrengn of potatires this,
year and expocts to help Undo Sam
In tho production ot food tor our
Mrs. McGuIro and Mrs. Hartley of
Sunnjsldo wero calling In our neigh
borhood Sunday, soliciting funds for
tho licit Cross.
Mrs. G. M. Couch was n caller In
Ilend on Friday to gut some dental
Mrs. Lucllo Clnrkston ot Pullman,
Wash , arrived at the home ot lir
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howill,
for a short visit. Hor brother Charles
hns bneii called for service In the
nrmy nnd expects to lenvo for Nun
couver tu a few days.
Those writing nt the eighth grade
examination on Thursday and I'rl
day wore: Durwnrd Howell, X Hie
Hanson, Geo. Dloterlch, Lester Sny
der, ami those taking tho seventh
grade examination wero: Vlol-'t
Spaugh, Myrtle Spaugh, Hnym mil
Wimer. Hobort McKee, V.ilo Mc.N.ihb,
IloHsle Snyder nnd Itoxelln I'lu'.ps
Among thoso attending business
matters In Ilend the past wook wrro
Ms. Phelps, Mrs. Swisher. Mrs
King nnd daughter, Ethel Graham,
C II. Spaugh nnd Hlaln Dovors.
Nat King, who left hero sonn
weeks ago fir Southern Oregon to
look for n location, has returned
more pleased than ovor with our sun
shine of Eastern Oregon. While away
he- visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. Mi
Alllster, former residents ot this
All kinds of hides, furs, pelts, wool
bought at Hrlggs' Second Hand Store.
Misses Hachaol nnd Constance
Knickerbocker camo from Kciul to
spend Saturday nnd Sunday at home.
Miss Grace Hlggs arrlvod In Plain
view Saturday after her year's wosk
In tho Hedmond high school.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Armstrong nnd
Miss Wilmn and Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Scoggln spent Sunday at the J. A. W.
Mr. Seeley of Portland will speak
at tho school houso Tuosday evening.
May 2S. A good nttondanco Is de
Dorothy Taylor has returned to1 now SHE IIAMSIIED IIACKACHi:.
her home In Ilend attor visiting Mr8- K(n K Kleppe, Averlll.
wook with Wilmn Armstrong. .i i... t ...... J. u....i,.
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P. A. Scoggln. Mrs. J. A. N. Scog-Jum ,roe weoka nt ono ,tn(,t two1
gin. A. L. Hoss nnd A. . Armstrong u.nU- nnnther tlmn. fnp rheumatism, -
woro Ucnd business callers the paBt !..., vi,lnnv tmulilo nnd jrot no rollef friend, Mrs. L. II. Keller, before polu-lnlso nu nrgHiil-lr-K dHvi-lopniPiit rlub i
,iyih& ommmiu .svphfx z.ws'
trWmKM 3m -" B
etter than metal
Ccrtain-teed is fnst taking the plncc of mctnl roofs, not only
because of the scarcity and high cost of metal, but bccau.se
A tufimer In every important roofinc quality. Mctat canlly nntj anil ills
intcuratcs from atmospheric ascs. Ctrttiiti-tttJ cannot rust und its uspliult
base makes it practically immune tu any form of corrosion.
Metal absorbs heat and transmits it to the interior of a btiilillnc Ctrla'm-Utd
insulates against heat and cold, and makes tho building cooler in summer
nnd warmer in winter.
Metal must be painted frequently. Ctrt.i!n-ttt. alvcs years of weather
proof service practically without any upkeep expense.
Met.il It noliy tn wind or 1101111. Cirtatn-titt fully deadens louml ftmn inch inure!,
Melil It not wfely guranteed. Ctrt.iin-ftt li aluoliilely guarantee d S, 10 ur 15-yean,
accotdinj to thtcknex. and acliully civci longer icrvicc than Id guatantce.
Metal ti a dlicct drain on military matertali. Ctrtam-tuJ U undo principally of wane
tagi and rui'lalt materials nhich have no military uie wlutcvcr.
Crran-rccibi pravod Its cfflcloncy nnd economy for every kind of roof ins;
sorvice factories, uorchouiej, hotels, stores, farm buildings, outbuildings, etc.
Ctrtaiti-trtJ more economical and more efficient In srlce
than mcul or fir tlhir type of roof OrMii-. U llio licit
quality of roll roofingit cmts no more to lay than ordinary roll
ruoCui; and Lull much longer. Cold by dealers everywhere.
Crrtatn-teed Products Corporation
Offlc and We.bou., In Ik IMnclnal Cill.i ol Amiilca
Ctrtain-tttJ i'alnta Vainith Roofing
Certain-teed Products for sale by
Bend Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Smith motored SAYS IT ACTED LIKE A CIIAIUI., "J-aJ?,J150ffi ?tTl iS"ln"my
Alf.lf. C.M r..-,. nr nl.l. hlnK nnr-l.t nf'AlW.aS USe WHOIl I fCOl p.llll 111 m
to Alfalfa Sunday,
Rev. Morrison's sermon was en
joyed by quite a number Sunday. Ho
'will preach at tho Mountain View
school house again next Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. A. Neff were visitors
at tho Sutton; ranch Sunday.
Tony Jiloen has rented h!s place
cast of Dend to Mr Humes. Mr.
Moen and family will move to Red
rock mill, whore he is employed.
Walter Cook called on Ray and
Roy Neff Sunday.
Mrs. C. L. Smith called on Mrs.
Morris Chase Sunday.
For farm laud lotos aee J.
& Co. Adr.
SWELLS WAR FUND
PLAINVIBW. May 27. Tho dime
nodal given by tho O. D. O. club at
the Hoss home last Saturday evening
added a llttlo more than $6 to the
war relief funds of the club. Three
dollars and alzty cents ot this amount
was received from selling tickets for
b sack of sewed woolen rags that had
been donated to the club by a friend
to help in raising a little moro
money. Emuiett Knickerbocker drew
tho lucky number. Games of cards,
special stunts and a short program
helped to mako tho evening pass very
quickly and pleasantly. 'Great ex
citement prevailed for about ten
minutes when everyone entered Into
a game of Indoor football. A tie
Mrs. Malcolm Vought left for Port
Kamo was played, the final score be
ing 2 to 2. Some of the contestants
ibelleve it takes about as much wind
for this sport as it does to play reg
ular football. After tho games a
light lunch and coffee wore served.
The regular meeting of the O. I).
O. club will be hold noxt Thursday,
May 30, with Mrs. J. A. V. Scoggln.
At this time the ladles will tie com
forters for Mrs. Scoggln to add a
little to the club funds.
James Pullfam returned home last
Mo. day after working for about six
woekB for the Ochoco Construction
company near Prlneville. Ho started
to work for the Pino Troe Lumbor
company last Wednesday,
land on Tuesday after spondlng
about a -month at their home ranch.
Mr. Vought will Join his wife In
Portland this vcek.
.Lloyd Hoot, who has spent tho
winter working for H. T, Hartley,
left recently to work at tho Pine
Tree Lumber camp.
Mrs, Dookman of Sunnysido called
on a number ot Plainvlow friends
A. K. Ho3S, P. W. Loveronz, G. C.
McCaHJotor and Mr. Stahllo wero
business callers in Redmond last
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M,!a ., ,..nlK- nr nf nn nhllln. I "" a'" u UIJ l.v-l w
ato nature. All the moro reason for
using a reliable remedy. Mrs. Mar
garet Smalo. Dlsbop, Calif., writes:
"Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
is a grand remedy. Suffered from n
cold last week, used the medlcluo and
it acted like a charm." Sold everywhere.
LOWER DRIDGE. Juno 1. The
Lower Drldge peoplo observed Me
morial day with a program and
picnic dlnnar which was held at the
Drldge. Roy. McVickors ot Redmond
delivered the memorial address. The
music by tho school chlldron was en
joyed by all. The school chlldron
woro on a hlko to Dig Falls.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Fuller were
Dend visitors on Tuesday.
Darwin Walters and Marlon Hos
kins were in Redmond Monday.
Mrs. L. F, Rico and daughtor were
shopping in Bend Wednesday.
C. F. Hoskins and Omar woro in
A. H. Heaver ot Dend was a Lower
Drldge visitor Thursday.
A. I). Chapman returned Wednes
day from Tho Dalles, whero ho
underwent an operation. His health
now is Improving fast.
Naomi and Marlon Hoskins were
in Hedmond Saturday.
The Lower Dridgo Tolophone com
pany held a meotlng at tho school
houso Thursday overling. A contract
for Vedders to continue as central
G. E. Stadig was In Hand Tuesday.
Mrs. Doles installed a telephone at
his home Friday,
Mr. Minor of Dtnd was at Lower
A. I. Wright hauled two truck
loads of seed potatoes out to Mr.
On my return began using Foley mg nor nusiiniiu at Hinuit yvssii
Kidney Pills; found Immedinto r?-Snu, returned to iienu sun.iny even
C'hns. Groffcnborger, MIsa Theresa
Garske, L. II. Koller and family nnd
Mdrs. Frank Farrand and sou Milton
called at the It. It. Koller homo Sun
day. Mr. Garsko was a caller nt tho It.
It. Keller homo Monday and Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, Alex
Fecal nnd Frank Lludscy spent rfun
day In Ilend. returning tho samo day.
They mado tho trip In Mr. Feeal's
Mrs. Leo Koller was n caller nt the
F. Tnuschor. It. H. Keller and J. J
Holland homes Monday.
C II. Groffcnborger railed on
school business at the R. It, Keller
School board meeting wan held last
Saturday night, also a meotlng In
tho Internal of an Irrigation project
for this icallty. They uppolntud n
cnmmltlo to look Into tho matter,
PINEHURST, May 2!5. Jamss
Dawson has purchased too farm of
Mr. Todd near Plainviow, consisting
of ICO acres ot well Improved farm
ing land, and n.xpects to inovo there
soon with his family to rwlde. We
aro very sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
Dawson and family from our neigh
borhood. Mrs. D. W. DeUrorlf.li has boon
on tho sick list for tho last few
HAMPTON IIUTTE, May 31.
Gladys Mocks and Lcta McFaddcn
called on Agnes Schrcdcr last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stnuffcr and
daughter Idamao ntitocd through
hero on their way to Ilend to attend
tho commencement exercises ot the
Dend high school.
V. Schroder mado a business trip
to Dend last week.
Miss Glennlo Lund was a passen
ger on tho mall stago Tuesday on hor
way homo to Portland. Sho com
pleted a successful term of school
Royco James made a trip to Hamp
Jimmlo and Hannah Hrlckcy woro
Duck Creek visitors one day this
Mrs. Pert Mcoks called on Mrs.
Georgo Houston of Ilend passed
through hero Saturday on his way
Mr. Hasslor, who has beon work
ing near Prlnevlllo, passed through
horo yesterday on his way to his
homestead at Stauffcr.
Miss Agnes Schrcdcr called on
Mrs. M. W. Sheppard last Saturday.
I, II KHIer rnmn out from llud
I' II Oroftenlnrgor w. nt to lltud ' riiurmUy vMt:r-M In i:t his family
WediiMMlay with Mr. and Mrs. IV. and Mary Holland to ipMil tho day
In the IntiTi'st of school hulnM i n"ii imiay.
Miss Theresa Gantkw went to Hand
Mr. (lurskr mado a business trip to
llnml Monday, returning Wednesday.
After n long absence, Hoy and
Walter Keller aro ngaln able to ill
Mr. Drunks called at J. J
IInn Keller spout Monday night
with Mury Holland.
Ilrnnlo Groffenborgnr wan ,1 visitor
nt thu Holland ranch Thursday.
Thomas Going visited with lionnln
Tho East End school closed Tues
day with a very good program lvnn
by tho plplls and was attended by.
Mosdames I, Going, A. Fecal, F.
Tauschor, G. Cook, L. II. Keller and
J. J Holland. . '
Thoinus Going was awarded thn
medal, his standings for tho year
nvoraglng the highest ot nil tho pupils.
Mary Holland visited nt thu L. II.
Kttllar homo Thursday.
Florence Renin railed at tho It. It.
Keller homu Thursday.
Mrs. M. M. Hubbard and Mrs.
Owau went tn Mr. Hubbard's slater's
hoiUAsteail Thursday, whloh U muir
HolUiiVltiiu Allon homestead.
Mrs W. II Ilea 111 nnd daughter
Florence railed on Mrs. Goo. Roberts
Tlutrsduy evening. 1W
Mrs. Henm Is busy getting ready
for it couinuiplated trip to California
In tho near future.
Unfortunately, Edgbert Dyer had
a great loss Monday, when his houso
and ovr-rythlng In It burned down.
Another misfortune was tbal L. P.
Honnoy's had toft their piano at tho
Dyer homo nnd It ntso burned,
H It. Keller called at tho Sloan
(Continued on pago C.)
Highest cash prlco paid for all
kinds of hides, polts. wool, furs, nt
Drlggs' Second Hand Storo. 37tfc
Who is Plorcy & Sons, Tumalo?
HAD K'ID.S'EVH LAID HI.M I'P.
A slight kidney Impairment tuny
lead to dropsy or Hrlght's illsfcitHe.
Don't neglect It. Frank Miller, Hlng
ham, Utah, writes: "Was troubled
with my kidneys so bad I could not
work. Tried many kinds of medi
cine whleh did me no good. Than I
triad Foley Kidney Pills; now feeling
as good as I ever did baforo." Hold
MRS. JOHNSON IS
MILLICAN, May 31.- P. II. John
son visited with his wifo nt the hos
pital Saturday overling. Mrs John
sun Is getting a!o very nicely and
Is expected home next woek.
I. L. Owen, Fred Klgor, A. I). Nor
ton, J. J, Holland, L. I). Keller and
It. It. Keller wero Sunday gmsta at
tholr respective homes.
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