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JUNIOR RED CROSS
LOWBU ttlUDGK, Sept. 3. The
Misses JIclou and Francos Mowbold
entertained tlio Junior Kcil Cross
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Holmes and
family wcro shopping In Ucdmond
It. A. Ward nnd Mr. James were
dlnnor guests at tho Hosklns homo
Mrs. .Fred Walters was visiting at
tho Illco homo Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Husscll Chapman
wcro In tho mountains a fow days
tho past week picking huckleberries.
C. K. Hosklns has started cutting
tho second crop of alfalfa.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Howard enter
tained at dinner Wednesday even
ing Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Itlcu and
Jako Koyman has returned from
a trip to Holllngham, Wash., and Is
again on his ranch at Long Hollow.
Sir. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller. G. K.
Stadlg and U. A. Hunt attended the
Good Government league meeting at
Mrs. Fred Walter, Darwin and
Fern Walter, accompanied by Mrs.
David Milburn and Mrs. Tom Vedder,
were Prlnovillo visitors Tuesday.
IMr. and Mrs. IMllot of Terrebonne
were visitors over the week-end with
Mr. and -Mrs. Leslie Montleth.
Itay Kiddor, who is In tho navy,
is hero on a furlough, visiting at his
sister's, Mm. L. A. Hunt.
CHILD IS INJURED
HAMPTON BUTTK. Aug. 31. Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Stauffor went to Dend
on tho mail stago Tuesday with their
little 4-year-old son Neddie, who had
the misfortune to hurt his arm. On
reaching Donddt was found necessary
to tako him to Portland to undergo
an operatlou to save his arm.
C. M. Smith, who homesteaded In
Lost Creek valley eight years ago,
came on Wray's atago Sunday to
transact business and visit old-time
friends. Mr. Smith has been In
Canad tho -past five years, but thinks
he will return to Central Oregon
Lew Bennett has moved several
hundred head of cattle from the
Button to the Book place, which ho
Mrs. Parrot was a passengor on the
mail stago Friday for Bend. She had
lieen visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jake
Mrs. Swett and two daughters of
Burns autoed through here from Che
lial.s, Wash., where thoy spont sov
eral months with Mr. Swett, who It
working at that place.
G. Warner of Brothers was a bu-l-
new, visitor in Pleasant valley this
Mr. Harmon of Hampton Is haul
ing hay from tho Book place In
Mrs. Hash spent the day with Mrs.
V. Schrodor last Monday.
Miss Agnes Schroder visited with
Miss Gladys Meoka Sunday.
Bill Burgett of Buck Creek was a
buslnoss visitor horo one day this
Mrs. Robert McDowell left for hor
homo yesterdsy after visiting several
weeks with Mrs. Brookings.
Horace Brookings came from
Terrebonne yestorday. He expects to
return in a few days.
When Children Start to School.
School opens at a tlmo of year
-when tho change pf seasons In likely
to cause coughs, colds, croup, hey
"fever and rmtbma. I'romnt action nt
J tho first sign of Infection may keop
children in prime good health and
help them to, avoid losing time.
Foley's Honoy'and Tar Is an ideal
homo remedy. Sold everywhere.
F. W. WEBER RETURNS
TO SCHOOL AT SISTERS
SISTERS, Sept. 3. Principal F.
AV. Wobor, who has been employed
at Bend during tho summer months,
returned to Sisters Thursday to make
preparations to commence school
Monday. Miss Alico Kappanhan,
who takes charge of the primary
grades, arrived from McMlnnvllIo
R. D. Woodworth and Dan Winkle
from tho Tum-A-Lum mill took a
Hhaft to Bend Thursday to bo re
paired at the Hurfschmldt-Dugan iron
C. L. Glut went to Bond Tuesday
and roturnod with Mrs. Padnaw and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shaw wero
transacting business and shopping at
Forester Perry South. Walter
UNIVERSITY of OREGON Tttr
Fully equipped liberal culiiiro niulHciciilifiodepiirdnenlH. Spcciul '
Iraiiunc lit Commerce, .loiiriuiliHiii, Arcliitecdire, Luw, Aleilicinu
IV-icliiug, Library Work.MunIc, Iloiivrliold
Mllltarr Ix-leiirv In ruargatil Autrrlraiu uuti uriiuu .Jii.crr. nil, irciure an-i j,iai w,,k
nil uiflo-Jalr, ImmJ an aipt-rlrurr In prcarul war. Cumplcl mytltm ul IrcBrura, WUfea,
rlta blaxlcuta rtromn.a'iidcd fur (yumuilaaloaa.
Tuition I'llIJKa library of 80,000 voluiaaaa
Graham and Joo Wilson wont to
Crano Pralrlo Friday ovonlng to com
bat a fire.
Clydo Gist and family wont to tho
hucklcborry patch Saturdny.
L. A. Heath man was In from his
Suttlo lake resort Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lea and party
of Bond passed through Sisters Satur
day on their way to tho huckleberry
C L. Gist and Lynn Wilson woro
fighting n flro near Squaro lake Wed
nesday. Lynn also succeeded In
catching a rainbow trout 26 Inches
Stato Engineer Joiin Lewis and
District Attorney H .11. Do Armnnd
wero at Sisters Wednesday on busi
ness connected with tho Squaw Creek
Mrs. Grogan and her daughter,
Mrs. Wm. Arthur, wero shopping at
L. G. Gates, who spent a weok on
tho Mctollus at tho Allen resort, re
turned to Tho Dalles Saturday.
J. C. Wright nnd family left for
Portland Saturday. Mr. Wright will
return and stay at tho ranger station
on tho Mctollus until the closo of tho
flro season and then return to Port
laud to Join his family. 0
C. W. Alien was in town Saturdny
having shock absorbors attached to
his new Ford at tho Sisters garage.
C. L. Gist and Bill Hathaway went
to La Pino Saturday to fight a fire.
Miss Mary Altkcn, a teacher In tho
Rosoburg schools, who has been
spending her summer vacation at
Sisters visiting her brother, George
E. Altkcn, returned to her homo
Monday. On her way Miss Altkcn
will stop off at Portland and visit tho
J. M. Kieff and Wm. Arthur wont
to Bend Saturday on business. Mr.
Arthur will leave for Raymond,
Wash., to work In the shipyards.
Lynn Wilson, Garnet Johnson,
Norma Drydcn and Mrs. Drydcn went
to Redmond Saturday evening.
R. D. Woodworth of t'loverdalo
was shopping at Sisters Saturday.
George Wilson wont to Bend Fri
day and returned with a shaft for
the Tum-A-Lum mill.
G. F. Arnesen made a trip to tho
Metollus Friday with his E. M. Flyer,
. a -a - a f a a a
, iookoui station nas neen placed
at tho top of the tallest pluo tree in
Sisters. A good vlow may bo had
of the surrounding country.
Warren Farthing has given tho
roof of his hall a coat of black paint.
four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. ls'o waiting. Adv.
UP AND ABOl'T AGAIN.
"I was sick In bed with kidney
trouble." writes C. F. Reynolds. El
mtra. N. Y. "I commenced taking
Foley Kidney Pills and In a few days
was nut ci bed. Keeping: un the'
Lr.Mtm"nt' ,b,01 t0 B t0 !
Since then I have had no more buck-.
; echo,." Foley Kidney Pills atop
deep-disturbing bladder allmenu.
Sold everywhere, Adv.
NEWS LETTER '
MILLICAN. Aug. 30. Miss Mary.
Holland called at Mrs. It. R. Keller's
Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. Keller and chll-
dren, Mrs. F. Tauscher. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Fooal, E. Foenl and son, Mrs. C.
uraffonborger and children and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Holland motored to
Brothers Sunday, all enjoying tho
Miss Mary' Holland callod on Mrs.
T. E. Going recently.
Ufa.. 4 Paa.I ..lul.n.l 1,1. miilkA. I
,. ' S, '.V J, , Jr, u . ' """"",
i,r' I- K' Go,I,B' ThursKluy.
F. Tauschor purchased a Shorthorn
slro for his herd from J. J. Holland.
i.biiii.u ura..u.iu:.Kcr ui.u nin.u.
Clara and younger brothor spent Sun
day with Joseph and Mary Holland.
A. L. Shaver and John Holland re
turned to Mr. Moore's Sunday even
ing. Mrs. T. E. Going Intends moving to
Bennle Graffenberger and Joseph
Holland callod at F. Lee's Sunday.
Miss Hazel Norton IntondH staying
with Mrs. F. Klger for some tlmo and
go to school here.
Mr. and Mrs, C. Evans and Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer went to Summer
Lake to pick plumH Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Kollor nnd chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. J. Holland
wero Sunday guests at F. Tauscher'H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Feoul aro enjoying
a visit with tholr brothor, E. Feeal,
Mrs. J. Holland and son Josoph
mado a business call at tho Fceal
Mrs. A. D. Norton and chlldron aro
now living near Bend, whero Mr.
Norton is employed,
W. Rahn mado a business call at
the Tauschor and Hollund homes Sat
urday, Mr. and Mrs. E. Grlnstcad spont
A rU. I'liynlcal I ruining and line An.
uuicm ovrrnial II. I. 1. 1
Durrutlorlea lor wen auJ wiiuiia
8unday at Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Kel
ler's. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Smith nnd Mrs.
P, B, Johnson went to Summer Lake
to pick plums last Sunday.
Mr-nnd Mrs. L. Kollur nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Holland called at R. R.
C. J. Cook and brother Roy nro
visiting their mother, Mrs, a. Cook.
W. Grlnstoad is threshing his rye
F. Loo called at thn Cook ranch
Mrs. L. Keller nnd Mrs. J, Holland
spont Tuoadny with LMra. R. R, Wei
lor. G. Cook of Bond spont Sunday at
his ranch horo.
AIM. L. Kollor nnd children nro
spending tho week In Bend.
Mrs. C. M. Hosln nnd children and
Mr. Brooks called at tho Holland
W. Rahn mado a business trip to
Bond this week.
Who is Plorcy & Sons, Tumalo?
Cut Thh Out It U Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2SI1G Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111,,
writing your name nnd address
clenrly. You will rocelvo in return a
trlnl packago containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
ney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab
ids. Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
PUBLIC SALE AT
POWELL BUTTE, Sept. a.- Tho
snlo at tho D. R. French ranch Wed
nesday proved very successful. An
cxcollont lunch was served nt noon
to nbnut 200 people. Mr. French and
family left Immediately nftor tho sain
for Bend, whero thoy spent tho night
with relatives, and stnrtcd Thursday
morning for Portland.
E. A. Bussctt recently sold four
head of beef cattle.
Gcorgo Shobort purchased a water
right, for tho 40 acre of ditch land
known as tho Jim Green plaro. Mr.
Shobort expects to moro his family
down as soon an possible.
Doc Bayn has started cuttlnivhls
second crop of hny. Ho nxpens n
good yield. Others will start cutting
soon, 1iut owing to tho scarcity of
harvest hands It Is going rather
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussctt nnd Fay
Bussctt went to tho Ico caves nbovo
Bend Sunday afternoon and returned
to Bend In time for tho movlus, "To
Hell with tho Kaiser." They say It
was an excellent play.
Leo Hobbs has moved his house
hold goods and family to their new
homo, recently purchased from 1. It.
a." ., a, la
Geo. Hobbs Is busy Irrigating tho
40 acros of land known as the Bo
gaurd 40, which he bought from .Mr.
Some gardons horo have been quite
' liHtllil itnMininil n .. . I. aa ab,I nf It........
uui uumuhou an iuu luauik ji iiihi.i
Mr. and Mrs, Covort nnd Arthur
Tuck recently rottirnod from Ml. Jef
ferson with a splendid amount of
huckloborrles. Thoy say tln-re are
many more berries than can easily bo
Willie Pauls leaves for training at
Camp Lewis Thursday, 8"itnibjr R.
Mr. .tewan Jim initialled a new
ttlenho-w In his house,
Lozell Shultz, it former resident
of Powell Butte, Is up from Portland
News received from the Ijovh who
have recently gone to the training
school from horo Ik that they nre
"getting fat and ilko tho school fine."
See J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
PINEHl'RST, Aug. 31. Orrln
Couch of I. ing Beach, Cal , accom
panied by his wlfo nnd three daugh
ters, arrived Thursday ovenlng for a
short visit with his brothers, G, M.
nt.il .1 T. Pnnnli nf tllfu filnrn nml
., ' ' !"'..: ' .-" ,--
s'stcr, .Mrs. c. E. Nichols, of Tumalo.
0 , on ,,, way ,lomo frorn nn ox.
lenilni, v!slt with rolatlvos In Idaho
KHinl Snviler returned rrfim Ilnnil
Wednosday, whero she spent tho last
week visiting friends.
C. Pederson has been nulto niak
tho past week with stomach trouble,
but at prcsont is somewhat Improved.
A. J. Ilnrtor, manager of the Farm
on' telephone lines, was In thn
neighborhood soveral days this wook
ropalrlng tho lines and examining
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Park and fam
ily of Tumalo and Mr. and Mrs. W
Searcy and son wero dinner guests
at Chas. Spaugh's Sunday,
Carol Dayton of Tumnlo was visit
ing her brother Frank at tho patrol
Fred Wilson was binding ryo for
C, Pcdorson novoral days this week,
G. W. Snyder and C. II. Spaugh
woro visitors nt thn Pino Trco mill
Sunday, attending to various school
J, L Couch and family returned
Monday from a visit of sovornl
months at points In Washington nnd
near Eugone. They returned by wuy
of the McKcnzIo pans,
Mrs. Clarenco Phelps and dnugh-
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
We can nave you money.
tor, nccnmpnnlod by Mrs. M. S. Bill
iard and daughter nnd 8am Rued, loft
Tuesday morning for tho huckle
berry patch near Ml. Jorforson,
O. M. Couch motored to Redmond
on business Tuosdny,
C. M. Pholpii hns tho eontrnct for
knlsomtuliig nnd putting In shnpn
tho Tumnlo school hulldlnmt for tho
fnll term, nnd hns boon working
there tho past week.
1), W. Dletorlch wns binding rye
for P. A. Hovers and son for several
dnys thin week,
Mrs. Nolta McOuIro nnd nlstnr
woro cnllers nt thn F. N. Wnllnco
homo in Tumnlo Tuesday.
Mrs. C. II, Spnugh nnd dnughtern
attended tho Red Cross meeting in
Lloyd Root, who has boon visiting
with his parents nt Mod ford, Oregon,
tho Inst fow months, has returned to
Frank Swlshor nnd O. W. Snydor
wero nt tho county sent on business
'Mr. Gamble, who has had chnrgo
of tho hendgnto for tho T, I. P.
through tho Irrigation season, hns
accented tho position of foreman of
mo nayes ranch.
Reginald Bayley nnd Lloyd Root
made n trip to Broken Top Sunday,
returning Monday afternoon.
Silas and Hnrry Dletorlch spont
sovornl davs this week nt thn Me
tollus. Suttlo nnd Bltln lake nut! ntn
visited tho huckleberry patch near
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry MrGiiIrn woro
callers nt Chns. Howell's Monday
Marjorlo Spaford spent sovornl
days last week as tho guest of Allelic
Wallnco of Tumnlo.
0. M. Couch had the misfortune to
loso one of his fine dalrv cows,
caused by an over feed of alfalfa.
Freda Clark spent sovornl dnys
with homo folks this weok, return
ing to Bend Snturdny.
1. E. Wlmor Is building n now
grnnnry on his farm near Sunnysldo.
Mr. nnd Mrs C. W. Ilowoll and
son Lclloy woro callers nt C. H.
' Mrs. A. J. Ilnrtor. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Orrln Couch nnd fnmlly nnd Mrs
C. E. Nichols woro dlnnor guests nt
O. M Couch's Friday.
For fnrm land loans seo J. Ryan
ft Co. Adv.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
PLEASANT RIDGE. Sept. .1.
Mr. anil Mrs. O. E. Anderson were
business, visitors In Bond Tuesday
Anton Ahlatrnm has purchased n
Ford car from his cousin, Gust Nel
son, of Bend.
W. T. Acton was In Bend on bust
Gust Nelson of Bend spoilt n few
hours nt tho homo of Antotio Ahl
stroni Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson, nc
rnmpanlcd by Hnrold Cess, loft for
Crater Inko Frltlny morning to bo
gone several days.
Antonu Ahlstrom waH In Redmond
on business Saturday.
Mrs. Lonn McPherson has pur
chased nn Overland car.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Aelon Wt
Wwliiiwday morning for the roost,
where they will visit Portland. Ta
comu, Seattle nnd other pol"t b-fore
returning to their home at Browning,
Harold Cms hss breti enlnvlnir a
visit from his mother for n few days.!
Siy returned to her home In Port
land Thursdiiv morning.
Antnno Ahlstrom anil J. W Pr-ttr-sou
were Bend visitors Wedndny.
Fred C. Seeling ami Gust Nelsin
came down from Bond Saturday
night to spend Hundny.
.Mr. nnd Mrs, J. W. Peterson enter
tained the following guests at dinner
Sunday: Antono Ahlstrom, Mia
Hllmn Nelson, Hans Mlkk-lson, Al
fred Mtkkelsnn, Gust Nelson nml
J Alton Tnomnsnn of Bond wax In
this neighborhood Sundny.
Rasmus Peterson, Mrs. Catharine
Jnhanson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Hans
MlkkelHon woro shopping In Red
Mrs, Lonn Mcpherson, Watt Joiioh,
.Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Gray and Etl
Swalley woro In Tumnlo Wodnostlny.
CLOVERDALE, Stmt. .1 Mr. nnd
Mrs. It. J. Hkolton nnd sou Verno nnd
Inez McKlnnoy motored to Prlnovillo
Mr. anil .Mrs. W. W. Van Mntro
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Van Matro motored to Deschutes
Sunday to spend tho day at tho L. A,
Mndlson Holtan Is tho purchaser
of a Ford car.
Mrs. R. A. Cutler, Mrs. A. J. Wes
ton, Bort Hodson, C. ChrlHty, Mr.
and MrH. R. J. Solton nml Vorno anil
W. W. Van Matro mado a business
trip to Bond Thursday.
Mrs. Laura Waymlro and two sons,
who hnvo boon visiting nt the Cyrus
homo, wont to Prlnovillo for a short
visit Inst wook.
'MrH, II. C. Miller nnd dnughtor Fay
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
spont Snturdny nflornoon nt thn Van
MrH. II C, Miller nnd Mrs. W. W.
Vim Mntro spent Mnnilny afternoon
with Mrs. R. A. Cutler nnd diuiKhtor,
Mrn, A, J. WoHttin.
'Mr. and MrM, Dmin Van Mntru wero
ehnrlvnrled by n fow Cluverdnlo
penplo Inst Monday night,
BEND R. F. I). No. I, Sept. 4.
Tho Mountain Vlow school started
Mondny morning with nn enrollment
of nine scholars,
Mlsn Evelyn Iledtent, who tins
been nt Antorln thn pnst year, ro
turnod home Inst week to visit with
Mrs. Hnrrls, John Harris, Mrs
Mary Johnson nnd llnzol Johnson
will start for Vullojo, California,
Thurmlny morning to visit Jnmos A,
Hnrrls, who Is stationed nt that
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Coffey nnd
dnughtor Gertrude moved to Bend
Fern Lowell of tho Arnold district
Is In thn Bond hosnltnl suffering? from
Mrs, Bailie HtenlKor, who hns boon
visiting nt tho C L, Smith home, re
turned to her homo Inst week, accom
panied by hor nlcro, Mrs. Myors
E. Ilcdleiit lent a row by alfalfa
bloat Inst week.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Strickland
moved tn Bend Monday Fny Smith
will stny with thorn nnd attend high
Mrs, J. Mnlosh nnd Mrs. J. T. New
berry wero visitors at A. Noft'e Tues
day Miss Oornldlno Tliurnthwnltn of
Bond spont Friday with Francos Bo
dlent. Tho fanners of thin vicinity nro
busy cutting their second crop of
Misses Fannie nnd Dorothy Monro
took tho train Snturdny morning fir
Redmond to visit friends nt that
Mrs. E Ilcdleiit nnd daughter
Evelyn will leave Wednesday evening
for Minnesota tor nil extended visit
Mr. nnd Mrs. VoroI have mndo
quite nn Improvement on tho John
FOR TUMALO MAN
TF.MAIO, Sept 3 A crowd of
young folks gathered nt tho R ('
Fllcklnger homo Wednesday to
spend the evening with Roger
Fllcklnger, who left tho next morn
ing for Waterloo, Iowa, where ho will
Miss Helen Skinner of Portland In
visiting her sister. Mrs J M Grlflln
Huckleberry season Is now on ami
many people arc going to the moun
tains to get berries nml hunt Those
from Tumnlo who went this week
nre: Mr. and Mrs It. IT. l-'llrkluger,
O. E. Blnrkwoml, Mr and Mrs C M
Phelps and daughter. Mrs. Billiard
nnd daughter, llnlbert Wallace.
Samuel Recti nml John MrM-mlmoti
Mr. nml Mrs. Oreit Couch and nml
daughters of Arizona are visiting
relatives In this section.
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FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
The mellowness so char
acteristic of Crescent
Vanilla is the result of
lining in whi'u oak casks
---it' ilie care in making
well at the fine ulity vanilla
lieani ucii (list makes Crecnt
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