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JJKNl) llUMiKTIN, 11KNI) OREGON, THUIWRAY, JUNK SO, 1IH8
BUYS DAIRY STOCK
MILLICAN. Juno H. G. J. Cook
brought two carloads of dairy stock
onto his ranch from Washington.
His futhor, tied. Cook, met htm at
Bond with two saddle horses Thurs
day and thoy arrived here Friday.
h. U. and It. R. Keller and Alox.
Fecal came out from Dcnd Saturday
evening, roturnlivg Sunday ovonlng.
It. R. Kollor and children called nt
tho Sloan ranch Sunday morning.
J. J. Holland spont Sunday at
it. R. Kollor and family visited at
the J. J. Holland homestead Sunday
Ed. iMooro called at tho Keller
Mrs. !. R. Keller and children
visited with her parents several days
P. R. Johnson undo a business trip
to Rend Monday evening.
Mr. Shaver and Mr. Holland wore
business visitors at Rend Wednesday.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at the F.
Tauschor homestead Thursday after
noon. Walter and Roy Keller wero din
ner guests at tho Holland home
A. D. Norton visited with his fam
R. R. Conaway made a visit in the
Rcnny Groffonberger hauled water
for Mrs. R. R. Keller Wednesday.
Fred Klger was an over Sunday
guest at his homo.
H. E. Smith called at Johnson's
Sloan's riders are riding for horses
Frank Lindsoy is employed at
Mrs. P. R. Johnson made a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger. from In
diana, parents of Vernon Clovenger.
are hero visiting. They sold their
homo In Indiana and may locato here
If they like it.
For farm land loasa seo J. Ryan
& Co. Adr.
SAYS IT ACTED LIKE A CHARM.
Coughs or colds which persist at
this season usually are of an obstin
ate nature. All the more reason for
using a reliable remedy. Mrs. Mar
garet Smale. RIshop, Calif., writes:
"Foloy's Honey and Tar Compound
is a grand remedy. Suffered frqm a
cold last week, used tho medicine and
it acted like a charm." Sold every
whore. SAND STORM AT
HAMPTON RUTTE. Juno 13.
Quite a sand storm struck this sec
tion yesterday and was followed by
a little shower of rain.
Thos. C. Ewlng has gono out to
work for several weeks.
Mr. Jinkons of Rutto brought some
household goods as far as here to
be taken out on the stage. He will
move to Washington with his family.
ClinB. James and children left
Monday for the Hood River section
to work during fruit season.
Mrs. Victoria Schroder and daugh
ter Agnes will also leave for there
to can fruit.
Mrs. Emma R. Hintnan and son
William came from Rend today to
make a short stay.
Miss Carrie Rrown made a busi
ness trip to Rend yesterday.
James M. Rrickey has gone to
JJend, where he has employment.
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Stauffer of
Stauffer were guests at the Mcoks'
Home Monday. ,
Gladys and Wlla Mceka visited
with Agnes Schroder today.
Rert Meeks and children made a
business trip to the Rrown ranch one
day this week.
Mrs. Jako Rook is staying with
Mrs. Brookings during Mr. Rrook-
f FROM SISTERS
SISTERS, June 17. Mrs. Bertha
Cook and two sons from Rock Creek,
Oregon, aro visiting with her mother
for a short while, but Intends to
make her tuturo home in Slsterj.
John Ross of Prlnevillo called at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Stid
Martin Hanson and family and a
number of other families from Sher
man county are at Camp Sherman.
Mr. Parks of Matoles made a busi
ness trip to Redmond Saturday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Scott and son
Jesso will motor to California this
week to look for a location.
Santlam road opon several rigs
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CENTRAL PHOTO CO.
WITH SYMONS, The Jeweler. O'Kane BUtf., Bend. O
gono over road rough but passable
Mr. Knox of Fish Lnko was ovor
Frank Rooth and wlfo. Roy Rrown
and family of Culver wero fishing on
Matollus tho first of tho wook.
A. H. Martin and brother of Rock
Crook, Oro., nro visitors nt tho homo
of Moso McKtnnoy this week.
Fred McKlnnoy, Alvln and Arnold
Rrady, Tom Sower and Huckloborry
Finn woro fishing at Trout creek
Monday. They report good luck.
Charloy Kafor and Mrs. Warron
Farthing motored to Rond Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Duckctt of Chchalls,
Wash., former resldonts of Sisters,
woro visiting with frlonds hero tho
past two days.
Mr. and Mrs. Allon of Tho Dalles
caroo Saturday to spond a fow
months with tholr son, II. K. Allen.
A brother of F. L. Shaw is horo
visiting a tow days.
Who is Plercy & Sons, Tumalo?
HOW SHE HANIHHEI) BACKACHE.
Mrs. Efflo E. Klcppo, Avcrlll,
Minn., writes: "I was at a sanitar
ium thrca weeks at ono time, two
weeks another time, for Rheumatism
and kidney troublo and igot no relief.
On my roturn began using Foley
Kidnoy Pills; found immodlato re
lief; halt bottlo completed tho cure.
Always uso whon I feel pain in my
back." Sold overywhoro.
PRINQLE FLAT. Juno 15. Eliza
both Evans met with a bad accident
last woek when her saddlo horse
bucked, throwing hor to tho ground.
Sho foil on her right arm with tho
result that tho bone was broken near
tho shoulder. It was necessary that
sho tako a trip to Rend, where Dr
Norm put her arm in a plaster cast.
Dr. Norrls was called Saturday to
tho Evans homo to attend Elizabeth
Tho ride is now on at the Springs,
quite a bunch of horses having been
A largo number of her friends
gathered nt tho Evans homo to wol
como back Elizabeth Evans, only to
find her suffering from a broken arm.
Any amount of dust storms now,
but no rain. It is very much needed.
Mrs. Hallmoyer and daughters
Kathorino and Martha expect to
leave the last of this week for ah
extended stay in Tacoma, Wash.
NEW WELL, STRUCK
AT PRINGLE FLATS
PRINGLE FLAT, June 15. C. R.
Todd has a fine well. Murphy nnd
son, who did tho drilling, struck
water at a depth of 306 feet after
six days work.
Miss Goldle Larkln and brother
Max arrived Tuesday for a short
visit with their sister, Mrs. Del mar
F. J. Hamlin was down from tho
Tho well drill has been moved
from tho Todd ranch across the road
to F. J. Hamlin's place.
Delmar Davis loft for a trip to
Rend Thursday morning.
Just a llttlo rain fell Wednesday.
Moro is badly needed.
Guy Davis Is out from Dond for a
short stay on the desert.
Mfss Lillian Hamlin Is down from
the mill for a short stay.
LOWER RRIDGE. Juno 16. Mr
and Mrs. C. J. Fullor entertained
Friday evening in honor of Charles
Hlscock, who is here on a furlough.
The evening was vory pleasantly
spent with games and dancing.
Darwin Walters was in Redmond
Mr. Minor, Mr. Anderson and Mr.
Milium of Rend were Lower Rrldge
C. F. Hosklns made a business trip
to Rend Wednesday.
Mrs. L. F. Rico and daughters
wero Rend visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fullor and
Charles Hlscock spent Sunday at Tho
Mr. and Mrs. Brooking and son
from above Rend, who bought a part
or tho Long Hollow ranch, have
moved into their new homo.
Wo buy all kinds of hides, pelts,
furs, -wool. Brlffifa' Second Hand
Apr 'aunjUAi ot 'au)fodo.noH
oni in B3IAJQB jnoX in BJioaa jnoj
MATCH AT BEND
CLOVKRDALN, Juno 17.- llort
Hodson, Harold Kllno mid A, 10.
Peterson motored to Hotul Saturday
night to attend thn boxing match.
(loo. Cyrus, Audrow Bottro and
Harold Kllno woro fishing on Square
lako Sunday, but only caught three
good sized fish.
Mrs. Laura Waymlro, sister of
Mrs. Goo. Cyrus, recolvod word from
Madras tolling of tho sickness of her
llttlo nophow. Sho loft for Madras
Mr. nml Mrs. llort Hodson and
daughtorn and Mrs. Mabel Kllno
motored to Sisters Sunday.
Geo. Cyrus motored to Kodmoml
Rill Fryrrnr, Frank Zumwalt and
Denn Van Matro wero riding for
cattlo last week.
Frank Arnold was fishing on
Square lako last week.
There was a farewell dance on
Jess Scott at Slstorn Saturday night.
Those from Cloverdalo were: Idolla,
Fay and Viola Miller, Dean and Lil
lian Van Matro, Madison Holton and
Mr. nml Mrs. W. W. Van Mntro
and family spont Sunday ut tho
Dean Van Matro nml Idolla 'Miller
motored to Sisters Sunday evening.
Mrs. W. W. Van Matro was call
ing on Mrs. R. C. Kllno Saturday
Naomi Hosklns, John Cnlverly,
Darwin Walter and Ladonn Cyrus
spont Sunday on Rluo and Suttle
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Parborry made
a trip to Rond Saturday.
MISS COOK GIVES
REND It. F. D. No. 1, Juno 17.
Miss Grace Cook gavo a farewell
party at hor homo Tuesday ovonlng
In honor of hor brothor, Roy Cook,
who has enlisted In tho navy. Games
and music woro enjoyed by every one,
after which light refreshments wero
served. Wo all wish Roy all kinds
of good luck nnd n safe Journey.
Thoso present woro: Mr. nnd Mrs.
G. L. Mooro, Mr. and Mrs. Rert
Torkelson and children, Mrs. Phil
Dcncor, A. Neff, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee
Young, 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Cook,
Misses Allco Charmloy, Gall .Forbes,
Eunice Neff, Volma Caldwell. Doro
thy Mooro, Grace Cook, Ruth Neff,
Moore, uuuy .Moore, Kuna
and Ada Cook, Messrs. Dewoy Moore,
Milton Hakala, Evorolt' Acreo, Chas.
Moore, Roy Cook, Ray nnd Roy Neff,
Walter Cook, Roy Womstaff.
Miss Rculah Cook, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ronton Cook, becamo tho
bride of Earl Powers of Ilend last
Monday. Tho wedding was qulto a
surprise to tho frlonds and relatives
of tho bride.
Horace Coffoy and sons Albert and
La Verno and Mr. Janes of Hay,
Washington, wero horo visiting the
former's brother, W. L. Coffey and
family last week. Mr. Janes Is look
ing for a location.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strickland,
who havo been living nt Powell
Rutto, moved on tho old Harto place
0. L. Mooro and Leo Young at
tended the Good Government league
mooting In Rond last Tuesday night.
Courtnoy Pontlous Is building a
house on his now farm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nowbcrry nnd
son Raymond and Rant Dunsmooro
wero callers at tho J. Malosh home
John Thycn , is suffering from a
stroko of paralysis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Coney were
callers at tho L. C. Young homo Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Rert Torkolson and
children, Milton Hakala and Kmmu
Levlskoy spent an enjoyable evening
at J. T. Nowberry's.
M'.ssos Dona and Ruth Fleming of
Rond wore visitors of Mltfs Mabie
and Ida Dahl Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Crnndoll, who
havo been residing at Lu Pine tho
past year, aro In our neighborhood
again. They aro living at tho Pilot
Rutto ranch now.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Malosh and
granddaughter, Vivian Ledman, made
a business trip to Deschutes Satur
day. W. L. Coffoy has purchased his
brothor's Dodgo car and ho accom
panied him as far as Raker, Orogon,
on his return to hLs homo ut Hay
Mabel Dahl and Kama Hoppmun
of tho Junlpor Covo school havo re
ceived tholr diplomas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Coffoy, Ger
trude Coffey, Horace Coffey and sons
Albert and La Verno autoed to Prino
Word Iiuh been recolvod that Roy
Cook enlisted in tho navy and loft
for Portland Wednesday night.
C. L. Smith and family attended
the plcturo show In Rend Saturday
Charllo Mooro and Oren Cook
spont Sunday -with Ray and Roy Noff.
Mrs. J. Malosh and Vivian Ledman
were all day visitors at tho A. Neff
homo Thursday, '
Mrs. W. L. Coffey and daughtor
Gortlo aro staying at tho former's
mother's, Mrs A. Neff, whllo Mr.
Coffey is gone,
C. L. Smith went to Pnwoll Rutto
Monday to holp Strkklands movo to
tho Harto place.
Mrs. Autls Mooro and children and
"i II J
And investigate our prlcea
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mlllicun, Oro. Telephone
Altco Charmloy woro Sunday visitors
at tho 0, L. Mooro homo.
TUMALO, Juno 17 Tho cnttlo-
men nro now busy rounding up their
stock to tnko to tho reserve for the
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grovor Pulllnnt
passed through Tumalo on tholr way
to nend Monday.
A largo number nf ladles were
present nt tho Red Cross mooting
Wednesday. Several pairs of socks
ami awators woro turned In by mem
Mm. A. A. Dickinson, formor real
dent of Tumalo, loft Saturday for
IClamn, Wash., whoro she will assist
her father In tnn telephone exchange.
Mr. Dickinson, after attending to
various business matters, will Join
Among thoso who nro chosen from
tho selective draft to lenvo Juno 24
nro Ray Rrown. Lauta Potorson, L.
MnDnnlols nml Roy Hart,
Miss Lola Marlon spent tho week
oud visiting friends In Rend.
Among thoso from Tumalo who nt
tended tho opening of tho gymnasium
In Hond wero: A. A. Dickinson,
Raymond Churchill, Grovor Gerklng,
Lola Marlon, Frank Dayton, Frank
Wnllaco, Oliver Dlerkcr, Mm. F, E.
Dayton and Carol Dayton.
Wallace Dunn left Monday for Se
Mrs. G. W. Snydor returned from
Portland Wednesday, whoro sho has
boon visiting relatives for tho past
Several young pooplo of Tumalo
woro entertained nt tho II. K. Curtis
homo In Ilend on Tuesday evening.
Evoryono reported a very enjoyable
Mrs. Hugh Lakln of Prlnevillo has
been visiting at tho F. N, Wallace
homo tor tho past week. Sho re
turned homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Cunningham
mndo n business trip to Rond Satur
day. C. C. Morgan received tho sad news
of tho death of his wlfo by pnnilysls.
Sho was In Wyoming on her way to
her daughter in Oklahoma.
Mrs. Skinner was called to Port
land Wednesdny to seo her son Itny,
who was called to tho army, Mrs,
Skinner has been nursing hor daugh
ter, Mrs. J. M. Griffin, who Is now
Seo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
uiii-:r.MiTic and kidney ills.
Troubled with rheumatism, kidnoy
or bladder affections? You need
Foloy Kidnoy Pills. Mrs. Frank P.
Wnml II. V. II. 2. Mnrrlll Mnlnn.
writes: "I found relief ns soon ns I
bcKan tnkltie Folov Kidney Pills. My
husband nlso received much benefit
from thorn. Ho was lamo, could not
stoop over; now fools no pain." Sold
PLAINVIEW. Juno 17. Tho O.
D. O. club hold Its regular mooting
with Mrs. II. A. Hcoggln last Thurs
day afternoon. Juno 13. A pleasant
afternoon was spont making quilt
blocks nnd sowing on bootees for
Ilclglan layettes. Materials for two
more Red Cross swoatcrs and four
pairs of socks woro given out. Ono
now mombor, Mrs. Paul Hcoggln, was
welcomod Into thn club. The club
will hold Its next meeting on Thurs
day afternoon, Juno 27, with Mrs.
Print Van Tassol
A vArv .Inlli.fil f ill nt'nnlrii U'flM
nl al tho M w Knck0rbockor
n a i m
homo last Saturday, Juno Id. A
largo number of friends gathered to
onjoy games on tho lawn and tutor
worked for prizes at a progressive
gamo of flvo hundred. An excellent
lunch vwis served by tho hostesses.
Roy W. Heurtt, who Is soon to
lenvo for training at Camp Lewis,
was tho guest of honor of tho even
ing. Mrs. II. T. Hnrtloy wus on tho sick
list Hovorul days lust week.
V. F. Chnlfan Is recovering somo
whnt slowly after being III for nearly
A. W. Armstrong nnd family loft
Plalnvlow oarly Tuesday morning for
a trip to Tho Dalles, whoro they
planned to mcot Hubert Armstrong,
who has como north on a short fur
lough from Rrownsvlllo, Texas, Mr
Armstrong found tho roads In good
condition and mado tho trip In a
llttlo loss than 12 hours. Rny Arm
strong returned to Rend via tho rail
road last Friday morning.
A crowd of frlonds with old cam
and pans gathered to charivari tho
new bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Hcoggln, on last Tuesday even
ing. Flno treats woro served to tho
Miss Luella Rurgcss of Duudeo,
Illinois, arrived In Rend Tuesday
evening. Sho plans to spend tho
summer with hor oliitor and brother-in-law
at tho Rox A ranch. Miss
Rurgcss mado her trip west via Den
ver and reports poor accommodations
at tho present tlmo for all classes
Louis Ronnott of Rend was a
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINGS
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY
Furniture of Every
ALL HOME WANTS SUPPLIED
We Buy Second Hand
ASK US TO MAKE AN OFFER
FOR WHAT YOU HAVE
" STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY
Plalnvlow caller Friday evening,
Mr. nnd Mrs. I'. A Hcoggln and
Mrs. J, A. W, Hcoggln made a llttlo
trip to tho slough In tho (Hack Ilutto
country on Wednesdny.
Miss Ida Nlswonger of Rend Is
spending several days nt tho Pino
Mrs. Lnuzcttn Pullliun spont Hun
day In Sisters as a guest of her
daughter, Mrs. John McKlnnuy.
A party of 27 had n delightful
fishing trip to Sutllo lako Inst Hun
day. Momhors of thn party took ml
vantngo of the boating nnd bathing
opportunities and about ISO fish as
tho afternoon catch made an excel
lent supper, Thn party consisted of
M. W. Knickerbocker and family
nml guest, Miss Nlswongnr. Mr. and
Mrs, Chnlfan, Mrs. A E I loss and
daughter Ida, Mrs, Patterson, Roy
ml K,lKnr '"". Kr.'1 Wilson and
.Mrs. nowarii . oi tuiiioio. ii. t. nan
loy and family, Mrs. J. A. W. Hcog
gln, Mr and Mrs Paul Hcoggln, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. A. Hcoggln nml guest,
Miss Rurgeits, and Ray Armstrong.
J. A. W. Hcoggln went to tho Illack
Rutto slough last week, whom he will
camp for somo tlmo and herd cattlo.
Misses Itny nnd Constance Knick
erbocker spent Wednesdny afternoon
at tho llox A ranch.
Mnster Woodson Dennett nf Ilend
Is spending several weeks with his
grandmother, Mrs. J. A. W. Hcoggln.
Rend business callers of tho week
were A. W. Armstrong nml family,
.Mr. ami Mrs. van Tunnel, itny neurit,
ll. A. and Paul HroKUln. Misses Ray
and Constauro Knickerbocker and!
.Mrs. II T ilurtiey.
Tho Three Creek Irrigation com
pany held u business meeting at the
school house Saturday evening. R.
II. Parsons of Rndmoml, president of
tho company, culled the minting to
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order ami several Important mutters
wero acted upon.
Members of the McCalllster Ditch
company spent several days tin past
week repairing breaks In tho ditch
bank and cleaning out trash lu places
whore tho channel hud bucome
FOR JULY FOURTH
(From, Monday's Dally.)
As an additional feature for tho
Fourth colobrutlou lu Horn!, Ma
huffey nnd Caldwell hnva arranged
for a two days' bucking contest to
bo hold on July 4 and fi. Cowboys
nnd outlnw horses from different
parts of tho stuto will perform for
threo hours each day at tho bull
park. There will bo bucking homo
riding, wild hnrso bareback riding,
wild steer riding, trick and fancy
roping, tug-of-wur on horsobnek,
cowboy quick saddlo exchange race
and a wild horso race,
Flvo hundred dollars In cash
prizes aro to bo offered, and tho
management Is ulso offering a ro
wurd for tho best "outlaw" horso
brought In on these dntcs.
Highest cash prloo paid for all
kinds of hldos, polts, wool, furs, nt
Hrlggs' Second Hand Store. 37tfc
BRICK & LUMBER CO.
W. II. II. WILLIAMS, A IIOMK-
hti:.iu:u. i.o.m:.H HTiavrimi:,
HAY AND IMPLEMENTS IN
IIIM7.E IIOUSi: IH SAVED.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
The forest Ore which hns been rag
ing during thn punt three days be
tween thn Rig nnd Llttlo rivers, al
though under the control of tho flro
flghtors, hns done rotislderablo dam
age to tho homesteaders living In
that section, several buildings hav
ing been burned, together with barns
Perhaps tho greatest toss was suf
fered by W. II. II. Wllllnms, whoso
new two-story burn was destroyed
by the blaze, Including tho contents
of tho building, consisting of several
tons of hay nnd farm machinery. ,tr,
Williams wan alone nt tho ranch at
thn tlmo and was unable to do any
thing that would save tho barn, di
reeling her efforts to saving tho
homo by keeping wntr poured over
II ho exterior of the building nml put
ting nut tho blazing oiubers ns thuy
fell lu dangerous places. Other
neighbors arrived on the scene at
n time whmi the burn was partially
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consumed mid aided her lu keeping
tho other property from being de
stroyed. THE REND COMPANY
(From Tuesday's Dully.)
At (ho nuiiuul mooting of Tho
Ilend company, held yostordny after
noon, all officers wero re-elected for
tho coming your, thoho being: Prowl
dent, Dr, I). F, llrooks; vice presi
dent, D. E. Hunter; secretary, Clyde
M. McKay; treasurer, H E. Glpnoii,
Tho.bounl of directors Includes those
officers and J P. Keyos and I). L.
McKuy Mr, McKay cumo lu from
Portland to attend tho meeting,
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