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IIKN1) HUMilCTIN, 11KNI) OIIKUON, THUIUSDAY, HKPT. ttrt, HUH
SISTEUS. Sopt. 22. A largo
crowd attondod tho community sing
nnd speaking for tho fourth Llborty
loan drlvo at tho church Thursday
evening. Tho speakers were County
Agriculturist II. A. Ward, A. M.
Lynch and Attornoy Max Cunning,
nil of Jlodmond. Tho following
songs woro sung toy tho audience,
which was lead by .Mrs. Itoborts of
Redmond: "Tho Star Spanglod
Banner." "Smilo. Smile. Smllo."
"Thoro'a a Long, Long Trail," "Keep
tho Homo Klres Burning," "Tho
Battle Hymn of tho Republic,"
"Somowhero In Franco Thero's a
Lily," "Columbia, tho Com of tho
Ocean," "Amorlca" and "Dixie."
H. K. Allen was at Crandvlcw
Thursday repairing Charley Qrlttlth'a
Thomas E. Whltcsldo of Portland
was a buslnoss visitor at Sistors Sat- Adr.
P. B. Davis attended tho meeting
of tho retail dealers at Bend Tues
day. Warren Farthing was on tho sick
list a fow days during tho past week.
Wo had some warm wcathor Inst
week, tho thermometer registering
90 degrees ou Wednesday.
Dick King and Mrs. Susan Schulto
wero married at Bend last wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McNary of
Grandriew -woro shopping at Sistors
Forcstor Perry South and Patrol
man W. E. Graham havo mado somo
much needed improvements on tho
Santlam road loading to tho Metollus
Wm. Dryden, who has had charge
of tho lookout station at Dlack Butto
all summer, has boon called to Port
land to All a responslblo position In
connection with tho ship manufac
turing. Mr. Dryden was called away
sooner than tho forest sorvlco antici
pated lotting him go. The forest
servico will tulss tho valuablo serv
ices of Mr. Dryden very -much. His
son accompanied him to Portland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clydo Gist and H. K.
Allen transacted business at Bend
Mrs. Jack Stldham was at Red
Burwlck D. Wood and wife of On
tario, Lake county, were at Sisters
Thursday on their way to Portland
via Eugene to spend a month at the
training camp and then go to Camp
Taylor, Ken., tho 15th of November.
George Thompson of Corvallls.
Buell Hathway and Clydo Gist were
hunting and fishing in the vicinity of
Black Butto Thursday.
M. F. Jones and J. R. Scott of Spo
kane wero at Sisters Friday and left
Saturday by way of the McKenzIe
pass for Eugene and Ashland.
Nate Klmsoy and Buell Hathaway
are harvesting grain for John Dennis.
Tho oats yield is GO 'bushels per acre.
S. H. Searcy of Portland, Rod
Foster of Eagle Creek valloy, M. F.
Jones and J. R. Scott of Spokane
registered at the Sisters hotel during
the past week.
Mrs. Curtis Dailey and sister are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Meredith
Mary, Hilda and Idella McAdam
enrolled In the upper grades and
Walter McAdam In the first grade at
school during the past week, which
makes tho total enrollment 33, of
which 18 are in the primary room
and 15 in the upper room. The state
tree traveling library, consisting of
CO volumes, arrived from Salem Mon
day and is now ready for uso to ail
lovors of good lltoraturo, parents as
well as pupils. A perfect record of
spelling was mado In tho upper
grades on Thursday, no one missing
a word. A spelling match will be
hold at tho achool houso on Friday
ovonlng, September 27, in which all
tho pupils abovo the third grade will
participate. A program of recita
tions, readings, and songs will be
rendered on Frances WHIard day,
the fourth Friday in October.
Mr. and Mrs. Cllott and children
returned from the Willamette valley
Friday, whoro they have been visit
ing relatives and gathering fruit for
the past three weeks.
Luther Barney of PrlnevIIle called
to Bee Mr. and Mrs. Warren Farthing,
his uncle and aunt, Saturday while
on his way to the Metollus via the
mountains to look for somo cattle.
The Tum-a-Lum mill Is undergo
ing some much needed repairs.
Donald Morrison, who Is packing
for tho Blakely & dough sheep
camp, was at Sisters Sunday for sup
plies'. John T. Moyer of Philadelphia Is
nt tho Allen resort on tho Metollus
,for an outing. Mr. Meyer's health
Is vory much improved since ho camo
Herman Sandman, who has heon
hording sheep for Blakely & Clough,
went to The Dalles to take out citi
Circuit Judgo T. E. J. Duffy of
Prlnovlllo was at Sistors Saturday on
his way to tho Metollus for nn outing.
Totor Itobortson of Antelopo was
nt Sisters Friday on business.
Meredith Balloy has disposed of n
lnrgo number of owes.
Tho following people, from Slaters
attended tho pntriottc colobratlon nt
Bond Sunday, which was hold In
honor of tho soldlors and nurses at
tho front: Mr. nnd Mrs. Clydo Gist,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Farthing, Mr.
and Mrs. George F. Scott, William
Wagner, F. W. Wobor. Mrs. M. N.
McKlunoy and Leonard Schrocder.
When Children Start to School.
scnooi opens nt n tlmo of year
when tho chango of seasons is likely
to cause, coughs, colds, croup, hay
fever and asthma. Prompt action nt
tho first sign of Infection may kcop
children in primo good health and
holp them to avoid losing tlmo.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is an Idoal
homo remedy. Sold everywhere.
Wm, A. ltahn moved thn L. II.
Keller household (goods Into tho Earl
1'owora houso Monday for tho dura
tion of tho school limn, so little
Helen Keller can attend school.
L. 11. Keller nnd Geo. Cook called
nt tho It. It. Keller homo Sunday
How Shcohan railed nt tho J. J.
Holland and Tnuschor homos Wed
nosduy. He held mass nt tho Hol
land homo Thuradny morning, which
Mrs. Tnuschor nnd the Holland fam
Mrs. Holland cnllod at tho R, 11.
Kollor homu Thursday.
Mrs. L. H. Kollor and son Harold
called on Mrs. R, R. Kollor a short
time Wednesday morning.
Mrs, Evorott Grlnstcnd, Ron Glen
and Mrs, Leo Kollor and son Harold
nutocd to tho Johnson storu Wednes
day morning. Mrs. Kollor spent
Wednesday afternoon nt tho Grin
Mrs. Leo Kollor nnd children ex
pect to go to llend today and return
with Mr. Kollor Sunday.
Wm, A. Kalin hauled wood for
Loo Kollor otto day this week,
Clara Gragenborgor was qulto 111
School opened Monday. Thoro aro
11 children attending.
PLEASANT IlIDGE. Sopt. 23.
Friends of Ed Swalloy and Mrs. Lenn
McPhcrson will bo pleased to learn
of their marriage Tho coromony
was performod Saturday evening at
tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C.
Landlngham in Bond. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Swalloy will make their homo on
Mr. Swalloy s farm in this neighbor
hood. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Gray and Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Anderson wero In
Bond Sunday evening.
Anton Ahlstrom was in Bond on
Rasmus Peterson, Mrs. Catharlno
Johansen and John Edwards attend
ed tho patriotic speaking in Red
A. J. Santord of Itedmond Is help
ing during haying at Rasmus Peter
son's. Gust Nelson and Fred Seeling woro
down from Bend for a short time
L. A. Brandenburg was a Bend
Mrs. O. E. Anderson hnado a busi
ness trip to Redmond Friday morn
ing. C. P. Bechor of Tumalo was a
caller in this neighborhood Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brandenburg
spent Friday visiting Mrs. Branden
burg's sister, Mrs. Van Matre, in
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson went
to Dend Saturday ovonlng to seo
"Hearts of tho World" at the Llborty
J. W. Peterson was in Bend on
Fred Seeling and Gust Nelson of
Bend spent Sunday in this neighbor
hood. Mr. Fleming was helping Hans
Mlkkelson hay this week.
Boo J. Kyan & Co., for farm land
TRIED MANY, FOUND THE 1 1 EST.
Foley Cathartic Tablets keep tho
bowels regular, sweoton tho stomach
nnd tono up tho liver. J.-G. Gaston,
Newark, lnd says ho used a great
many kinds of cathartics, but Foley
Cathartic Tablets gavo him more
satisfaction than any other. Ho says
they aro tho best cathartic tablets
mado. Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
BEND It. F. D. No. 1. Sopt. 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McNaught nnd
daughter Mae, old residents of this
vicinity, camo over from Hon", Ore
gon, to visit with friends nnd rela
tives botoro going on to Idaho.
Tho all-day service will bo hold at
tho Mountain View school houso next
Sunday. Dr. Montgomery will prench
at 10 in tho morning, Hov. Harper at
8 p. m. and Rov. McVlckor will
preach at 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Loo Young mado a
business trip to Deschutes.
Mrs. Marchand and daughtor went
to Yakima, Washington, to pick fruit
, Myrtle, Ray, Roy, Huth Noff and
Coortney Pontlous attended the
speaking In Bond Friday night.
Dr. P. II. Doncor, who has been
working up at Lava Iltitto this sum
mer, Is back on his ranch now.
For farm land loars seo J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
UP AND ABOUT AGAIN.
"I was sick in bed with kidney
trouble," writes C. F. Reynolds, El
mira, N. Y. "I commenced taking
Foley Kidney Pills and In a few days
was out of bed. Keeping up tho
treatment, I was able to go to work.
Since then I havo had no more back
aches." Foley Kidnoy Pills atop
sleep-disturbing bladder ailments.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
MILLICAN, Sept. 20. MIsb Mao
Casobeer called at tho R. R. Keller
homo Saturday and Sunday.
L. B. Keller and Geo. Cook came
out Saturday night to spend Sunday
at their respective homes.
R. R. Keller, who Is employed at
tho McKlnley mill, was a guest at
his homo from Saturday ovonlng un
til Sunday evening.
J. J. Holland was on ovor-Hunday
guest of his family.
Miss Mao Casobeer stayed at the
P. D. Johnson homo several days,
but Is now boarding with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Klger at tho Smith ranch.
Mrs. R. R. Keller and little son
called on Mrs. P. B. Johnson Monday,
Mr. Brooks went to Bend with IV
B. Johnson Monday on a business
trip, returning the same day.
J'. B. Johnson mado a business trip
to Hemstead Tuesday.
h. B. Keller had a break down, so
It. R, Koller took him and Geo. Cook
t,o Bend Sunday evening,
Mrs. R. R. Keller and son Burton
N. called on Mrs. J. J. Holland Tues
day. Caeslo Spencer Is hauling tho chil
dren from tho west end of tho dis
trict to the Grlnstead school,
L. II. Kellor called on Wm. A.
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PLAINVIEW, Sopt. 23. The post
poned mooting of tho O. D. O. club
will bo held with Mrs. Bookman next
Thursday afternoon, September 20.
Tho ladles that aro not knitting aro
requested to bring their own work,
as no other work Is provided for this
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker nnd
daughter Rao wero guests at tho
home of C. P. Nlswonger In Bond
Saturday ovonlng and Sunday.
A. E. Hoss had troublo with his
Dodge car Wednesday and was
obliged to walk homo, a dlstanco of
about six miles. Ho was fortunate
In securing satisfactory repairs from
Prlnovlllo the next day.
Mrs. M. J. Van Tassel is visiting
with hor daughter, Mrs. Lucy
Wlnklo, at Sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scoggln left
Bend Tuesday morning to attend tho
Pondleton Hound-Up. Mr. Scoxsrln
entered tho bucking contest and won
a placo to rldo In tho semi-finals.
They roturnod homo Sunday evening
having bad a vory enjoyablo and ex
C. F. Chnlfan and A. B. Hoss wero
business callorn in Redmond Thurs
A number of cars from Plainview
Joined In tho Mothers' day parado
at Bond Sunday afternoon and a
good representation hoard tho ex
cellent address given by Judgo Mc
Ginn at tho athletic club auditorium.
H. T. Hartley, Harry Hcllowoll,
Goorgo Cnlvorley, Mrs. M. W.
Knickerbocker and daughter Hao,
Mr. and Mm. A. W. Armstrong and
Wllma, Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln and
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Scoggln saw
"Hearts of tho World" during Ita
run at tho Llborty.
This Is a busy wcok In Plainview
as tho threshing machlno Is just com
ing Into tho neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith woro
guests to dinner Wednesday overling
at tho Pino Lawn ranch.
F. W. Poworn recently rccolvod a
fine shipment of prunes from Moslor,
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Kerstotor and
family and Goorgo Kerstotor havo
left tho Gist poHtotflco to make their
homo In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. P.
Van Tassel drovo to Bond with thotn
A. E. Hoss was a business caller In
Bend and Redmond Saturday morn
ing. Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. W. Armstrong and Mr,
Emma Patterson woro entertained at
tho Box A ranch Friday, tho occasion
being tho birthday of Mrs. Scoggln.
' J. j
1MNEIIU118T, Sept. 21. -School
oputied In tho Plitohurst district Mon
day mornltiig, tho tilth, with mi at
tendance of 17. Miss Elder of De
schutes has charge Tho following
wero In attendance nt tho opening:
Huth llalley, llcglunld llayloy, Bessie
Snydor, Ilnrvoy 8nydor, Wavorloy
Hayley, HokoIUi Phelps, Vera Gra
ham, HusBolt Graham, Celeste King,
John McNnnlinon, Hayiuoud Whner,
Vlolot Spnugh, Myrtle Spaugh, Halph
Swisher, Russell Dleterlch, I.oroy
Howell, Gladys Spaugh, Ethel Gra
ham, Win. linker of tho Hayes ranch
was n caller at C. H, Spaugh's Hun
day. Miss Ava Mooro opened school
Monday at thn Pino Tree milt for an
eight monthn' session,
Mrs. W. D. Clark was on tho sick
list sovornl days this week.
C. M. Phelps loft Monday morning
for tho Pino Tree mill, whoro ho
will bo omployod for somo tlmo.
uMr. nnd Mrs. John Conn of Tumnlo
woro calling in our neighborhood
Mrs. Harry McGttlro was shopping
in Bond Monday afternoon. She
was accompanied by Nelllo Howoll,
Wm. Hoot wnt a cnllor nt I. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Osmnr woro guests
nt tho Clark homo Sunday.
W. C. McCulston and family wero
down from llend Sunday nfternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Hynu were down
from Horn! Tuesday afternoon and
woro callers nt tho Dover's farm.
Mrs. John Bollman nnd daugh
ters, and Mrs. C. M. Pholps spent
Thursday nt tho mill, whoro their
husband aro employed.
Among thoso who nttended tho
West Sldo ladles' picnic in Tumnlo
Thursday wero: Mrs. Nelta Mr
Gulro, Mrs. C. II. Spaugh, Mrs. C.
W. Howell, Nolllo Howoll and Mrs.
Mrs. Osmnr entertained Mtss Ethel
Snydor Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Bookman nnd children wero
guests nt tho McGuira homo Thurs
F. N. Wnllaco and It. H. Hayley
woro canvassing, tho neighborhood
Friday In the Interest of tho fourth
C. W. Howoll began cutting his
second crop of alfalfa Monday.
Miss Bcsslo Snyder was a dinner
guest at I. E. Wlmer'a Sunday.
Miss Elder moved Into tho Mc
Culston houso Sundny to mako hor
homo during tho school term.
C. H. Spaugh and daughters were
callers at tho Howoll homo Sunday
R. H. Bayley had tho misfortune
to loso ono of his (Inn Ited Durham
cows ono day this week by alfalfa
C. F. Montgomery and Sam Hoed
aro putting up tho second crop of
alfalfa for C. M. Pholps this wcok.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Couch were
visitors In Bond Saturday.
C. H. Spaugh has been helping at
tho Howell farm through haying.
Lester Snydor Is attending school
In Tumnlo this winter, taking up the
high school grades.
Mrs. Harry McGuIro was a caller
at C. II, Spaugh's Tuesday ovonlng.
Who Is Plorcy & Sons, Tumalo?
could sond tholr children to school.
Our school opened three weeks ngo
with only live implls, Last Monday
tho total enrollment wnti eight.
SOLDIER IS ILL
I.OWEH II1UDOE, Sept. 21.
News was received that Dennis Hunt,
who Is nt the naval radio school nt
Harvard university, hits been 111 with
Spanish Inlluenra, which turned Into
bronchial pneumonia, hut is recover
ing nicely now. Also that Clarence
Darren, who lias been stationed on
Long Island nt nn aviation Hold, Is
now safely ncross,
A. S. Holmes wan In Hedinonil
Saturday to meet with thn hoard of
directors of tho Suunw Creek Irriga
Jerry Grosikretiger Is gathering
cattle for limit.
Francis Nnwhnhl, who Is attending
high school In Hedinonil, was homo
over tho week-end.
JUDGE W. D. BARNES
CULVER MAN IN
HOSPITAL IN, FRANCE
(From Saturday's Dally,)
Halph Wesley Peck of Culver, ro
ported among tho missing In dm
casualty list of Tuesday, In In u hos
pital In France, wounded, according
to word which has heuti received hero
by W. P. Myors, u friend of tho fam
ily, from Mrs, Peek, Mrs, Peak re
ceived word from tho government of
fices by lolngrnm stating (hat Mr.
Pock was missing in action, Later
word was sent her that ho was In u
hospital In Franco.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Tho mnrrlago coromony of Mrs,
Lena McPhornon nnd Mr. Ed Hwnlley,
both of Pleasant Illdge wns per
formed nt thn homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
E. C. Lnndlughnm in this city last
Saturday ovonlng, Judgo W. D.
Both Mr. and Mrs, Swalloy are well
known In this section, and will make
their future home nt Pleasant Hldge,
where the groom has largo property
ARE MAILED OUT
(From Monday's Dally.)
Questionnaires of tho men of Sep
tember 12 registration, covering men
between tho ages of 10 and 3C, In
clusive will nil havo been mailed nut
today, according to officials of tho
local draft board.
FUND IS GROWING
(From Friday's Dally.)
A further subscription to tho Sal
vation Army fund from La Pino,
nmoiiiitlng to H.2H, brings tho coun
ty total up to 1723.37, nnd tho sub
scription from that district to $20,08.
Tho check comes from tho Fortnight
ly club of Ia Pino and has been for
warded to headquarters In Portland.
BUY A FOUHTH LIUEnTV OOND
lly II. V. N.l.
Cut Tills Out It In Worth Money.
DON'T MISB THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 6c to Foley & Co.,
282G Sheffield Avo., Chicago. HI.,
writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive In roturn a
trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
ney Pills nnd Foloy Cathartic Tab
lots. Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
Hark, ic voice lo you npntln-,
!n of Premium, Thought nnd Katltnc,
Innocents lniilor you knerllnu,
"Iluy a llunil."
ltotti of 1111 rr IIIkIiI itrfylnK,
Hrlnit not thn alrk or t Irttr.
Ilroken tivurli In yuu nra crying-,
"Iluy a llonil."
For our xy hn, In lli fight.
Hlnnd for V H , for Ul nnl lllglil,
Keep ttirlr lioino flr liurnlnir lirUM,
lluy a llonil.
In tho nam nf I.ltirty,
Strike thn Mow to makn mm Frr,
Help lo win tli Victory,
lluy a llomtl
.MAY 111-: PHYSICAL DlltKCTOIt.
W. O. Dailey of Portland Is in the
city and may accept tho position of
physical dlroctor at tho Bend Ama
teur Athletic club.
Look for the
It meant aomctliinif tu you
It meant tint the content of
the package, whether Cretccnt
Dakink' Powder. Creacent Col
iee, 1 ea. Spice. Extract or
other product, are the belt that
can he produced.
It mean that they ore made
mlit, piKed ritflil ami dulnliulnl fniiljr.
It mean that yuu are protected
by a Uintw tint girct jou your tnon.
ry Ixck il you am not nhifiof.
It muni dial you nut only e money
by eilinu loi CirKrnt IVoducli, Lut you
ate helping lo trule your locality more
Your gtocrf mIIi it.
PLOWING NOW ON
And Investigate oar price
before buying your groceries.
Wo cau save you money.
STAUFFKH, Sopt. 23. Bon
Rhodes Is plowing for Mr. Hubbard
Herbert Carroll camo In on the
mall stago Mondny on his way to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Donovan havo
roturnod to their homestead near
Jako Book nnd Carrie Brown
passed through tho valloy Thursday
on tnoir way to tho rarrott ranch.
Mr. Mlssor Ih hauling wood for Mr.
Stauffer from Glass 1utto,
Mr. IlhodeB Is hunting for several
lost horses. Thoy got awny from him
on his return from Pnlsloy.
Mr. Stauffer took tho mall atago
for Bond Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooorgo Houston havo
.returned to tholr homestead on
Ous McLouth mado a trip to Butto
last Monday in search of somo stray
Mrs. C. J. Stauffer has boon on tho
sick list this wcok,
Edgar Llvcsay mado a trip to
Cowan's Friday to havo somo official
John Porry and Wr. Peterson
passed through tho valloy Monday on
tholr way homo from Wugontlro.
Mr. and Mrs. Hradloy woro in tho
valloy Tuesday. Thoy woro looking
for a houso to move Into, so thoy
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