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11RN1) IlUIiliiniHr, 11KNI1, OKKCSON, THUIWDAY, OCTOIIKK 01, HUH
Dlolrlch'a G3nd birthday. Thoro
woru about 30 Rticatn anil tho even
ing wits spent In plnyhiR Knmes rind
general Rood ttmo.
Mr. nml Mrs. Eby, Mr. nml Mrs.
W. J. Hull ami Mlsa audio HoIkiU loft
for Wtthrow, Wash., yesterday by
auto, whoro Mlsa Uolgnl will bo
married to Vernon Hall on Octo
ber 30. Their futuro homo will bo
For farm land loans boo J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
RECEIVES NEWS OF
DEATH OF BROTHER
MIL.LICAN. Oct. 25. L. B. Kollor
camo out with Mr. Trough Sunday
morning, returning to Dond Monday
Mrs. P. D. Johnson was a visitor
at tho Smith ranch Sunday to call on
Airs. Fred Klgor.
Mrs. Fred IClgor received word
Friday that her brother, Harvoy
Conaway, was tiled In action in
Franco. Ho was qulto well known
In this neighborhood, and Mrs. Klgor
has our sympathy.
Miss Mao Casobocr called at tho
W. H. Ream homo Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called a very
short tlmo at tho 11. R. Kollor homo
It. R. Keller and sons Roy and
Walter wero at tho Geo. Cook homo
Miss Mao Casebccr called at tho
R. R. Keller homo Sunday evening.
Mrs. L. B. Kollor and children
called on Mrs. J." J. Holland Wednes
Mr. Holland is homo for a fow
days digging spuds.
C. H. Oraffonberger was over to
Alfalfa this week to get somo hay,
returning Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Tauscher and tho
L. D. Keller family were visitors nt
tho W. A. Rnhn homestead Sunday
Tho school board will meet Satur
W. A. Rahn expects to mako a
trip to Alfalfa today to measure up
some hay which and his nophow con
tomplato on buying.
R. JL Keller called at the Smith
Vernon Clovongor has como home
to stay here, until thoy movo to tholr
other ranch, which they recently
Benny Graffcnborgor called at tho
R. R. Keller .placd Thursday.
Mr. Conaway, father of Mrs. Klgor,
is visiting with tho KIgers for a
a chimney on tho Sisters hotol. die
camo down from Bend Wednesday.
Rod Fostor was In town Saturday
C. W. Allen took Mr. Boyd to Bond
Perry Van Tassel wont to Red
mond Saturday, from whoro ho will
go to Opal City to visit .friends.
Robert E. Jordan of Grandvlow
was in town Saturday.
ucorgo Pottor of Gonora was at
Mr, Deaner of Geneva was at Sla
ters Saturday making final proof on
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Cist wont to
Lower Bridgo Friday and returned
Wnrron Farthing enmo In from
Lower Bridge Saturday evening.
(Mrs. E. M. Harrington and son
Allen nnd Mrs. Pearl .Davidson made
a trip to tho Willamette valley to
got somo fruit for canning.
8TOPPKI) 1IKU ItAIIVS COUGH.
No remedy Is bolter known than
Foley's Honoy and Tor for giving
quick relief from coughs, colds and
croup. Mrs. W. M. 8tovons, Vivian,
W. Va writes: "My baby hnd a
torrlbto cough, and nothing did him
any good. I road about Foloy's
Honoy and Tar, tho first dose helped
him and in two days tho cough
stopped." 8old overywhoro. Adv.
IN FROM RESERVE
LOWER BRIDGE. Oct. 28. O. E.
Stadig brought his Bheep down from
the reservo and Mr. Cuinnlngham .is
A. B. Chapman end Russoll Chap
man have been hauling grain to Red
mond tho past week.
C. F. Hosklns was in Redmond
T. J. Qulgloy returned Monday
from a trip to Portland.
Tho directors ot tho Association
Ditch company went over tho high
line ditch Thursday In regard to en
larging tho ditch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller were in
C. P. Boles'waa a Redmond visitor
Several Lower Bridgo water users
atended the district meeting at
Cloverdale Thursday morning.
Mr. Brooking returned from the
High Desori Tuesday and brought
his cattle and horses. Mr. and Mrs.
Brooking sold their placo on the
High Desert and will mako their
permanent home on their ranch at
Mr. Roborts and Mr. Book have
been hauling lumber from Bend for
for a house for Mr. Book.
Lois Towno is homo, owing to tho
schools being closed in Redmond bo
cause ot influenra.
Chapmans sold 12 head ot cattlA
to Joe Roe this week.
See J. Ryan & Co.,
for farm land
A Man's Cheerful Recommendation.
W. H. Froar, C3 Myrtlo Ave, Al
bany, N. Y., writes: "I thought kld
noy trouble might bo tho cause ot
my rundown condition and weakness,
so I took Foley Kidney Pills, and
thoy did tho work. I cheerfully rec
ommend thorn." Thoy relievo lame
back, rheumatic pains, stiff Joints,
sore muscles. Sold overywhoro.
WORK ON HIGH
TERREBONNE, Oct. 20. Tho
construction crew thnt has been sta
tioned hero for the last few weeks
has completed work on tho high
bridgo. Tho bridgo supports havo
boon strengthened and the trestlo
Mr. Cornelius is shlnnlnc throo
carloads ot baled hay to Bend.
Tho Fnlracres ranch Is shlnnlnc sir
carloads of cattlo from this point.
Mr. Armstrong of Redmond Is
baling hay in this vicinity.
Mr. Lewis of Alfalfa passed
through hero Sunday with a small
band of sheen on his wav to tim
Hosklns ranch at Lowor Bridge.
Miss Erma Keeney, primary
teacher of tho Terrebonne school,
spent Sunday nt her homo near Cul
ver. Misses Nettio and Nelllo Wilson
spent tho week-end at their home
near upai city.
A miscellaneous shower was 'given
at tho Ladles' club hall last Wednes
day for Miss Sadlo Relgal, who Is
to be married In the near futuro.
The shower was a completo surprise
for Miss Rolgal.
Tho Torrebonno school has ap-
iuimcu jiaioi wiiuams and Russell
Galbralth as captains for tho Victory
boys and girls campaign.
Last Wednesday evening a nur
prisa party was given In honor of J.
PLEASANT RIDGE. Oct. 29.
Androw Nolson was n Redmond vis
W. P. Gift of Deschutes Is helping
clear land for Rasmus Potorson.
Mrs. Cathnrlno Johnnson and Mrs.
Hans Mlkkclson called on Mrs. Olo
Hansen nt Deschutes Thursday.
Mrs. W. II. Gray and Mrs. O. E.
Anderson wero shopping In Bond
Rasmus Potorson is baling liny at
tho Schrunk placo near Redmond.
Antono Ahlstrom mado n business
trip to Redmond Friday.
J. W. Peterson was a Bond visitor
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Ed
wards on Sunday, October 20, a son.
Tho Pleasant Illdgo school Is
closed as n precaution against tho
spreading ot Spanish Influonzn.
Marsh Aubrey ot Bond visited nt
tho W. II. Gray homo Wednesday
Mrs. RusboII ot Whito Salmon,
Wash., Is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
Hans Mtkkclacn mado a trip to
Redmond Wednesday nttor lumber.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson mode a busi
ness trip to Redmond Thursday.
Gust Nelson was down from Bond
on Saturday night.
Mrs. Hans Mlkkolson and Mrs. O.
E. Anderson wero Tumalo visitors
mt. -una .Mrs. w. 11. urny wore
guests nt tho Anderson homo Tucs
Rasmus Peterson returned Thurs
day morning from n business trip
to Tho Dalles.
Frod Seeling of Bond spent Sun-
uay in mis ntugnoorhoou.
Mrs. Hans .Mlkkolson and Mrs.
Catharine Johnnscn wero Redmond
L. A. Brandenburg was in Red
mond on business Saturday.
RANCH is SOLD
nons men enmu nut to tho moating
nt Community hnll Friday ovonlng to
hear Jmlgo Wallace nml Col, Smith,
candidates for county Judge, sneak,
Miss Hattlu Luco camo out to thn
Wilson ranch to visit her father,
who la foreman thoro, during tho
vacation of the lludnioiul schools.
Mrs. Mary V. Charlton wub culled
to Prlnovllln Mondny to attend tho
funeral of Nowt Polndoxtor, who
died recently In California. .Ills body
was brought back thnt It might bo
hurled near whoro ho was born and
Mr. and Mrs. Cronln and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Pat AtiRlIn nnd Dan llourlgan
attended tho show In Prlnovlllo
Wo nro having considerable cold
and frooxlng wonthor nt Powoll
Ilutto and everybody Is hnrrvlnir tn
dig potntoes nnd got In all perish
IS ILL AT CAMP
POWELL BUTTE. Oct. 29 Wo
aro Informed thnt Waltor Fostor has
sold his ranch at Powoll Butto to
Tom Cronln. Mr. and Mrs. Fostor
expect to movo to Bend soon.
.Mrs. John Drlscoll has roturncd
from a visit to Portland.
Earl Forrest's thresher Is thresh
ing for Frank McCaffrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wurzwcllor
visited tho Swamp ranch of that com
pany last week.
Quito a number of Prlnovlllo busl-
Who is Plercy & Sons, Tumalo?
$13.75 IS RAISED
FOR RED CROSS
SISTERS, Oct. 28, A largo crowd
was present at the entertainment and
Red Cross social given at tho school
houso Friday evening. Tho proceeds
of the social amounted to $13.25,
which was turned over to tho treas
urer ot the Sisters Red Cross. Ar
nold Brady, George Davis and John
Allen secured the honors at tho spell
ing contest Thursday evening.
George Davis, Annie Cllett and Dor
othy Taylor have a perfect record
in spelling for tho months of Sep
tember nnd October. The averaifo
Btandlng In spelling in tho upper
grades for tho month of October is
1)7 per cent.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Updike wero In
Forester Perry South, Jack Nor
ton and John Kuhns of tho forest
office at Bond are busily engaged in
J (lacing approximately ICO salt signs
n the Sisters forest district.
Frank M. Zurawalt has accepted
tho position ot statuary guard In the
torest eorvlco and has moved his
family to the Alllnghara ranger sta
tion for permanent residence.
Van Wilson returned to Sisters
Wednesday after spending two weeks
travelling. He visited Seattlo, Cho
halis, Portland and Vancouver,
C. W. Allen of tho Allendale re
sort on tho Motollus went to Bend
Mr. and Mrs. M, R. Grogan and
son were shopping at Sisters Satur
day. The shipped a Christmas box
to their son Homer, who is in the
V. S. army in Siberia.
P. B. Davis went to Tho Dalles to
consult Dr. Router for medical treat
ment. He Is contemplating going to
Portland from The Dalles.
R. E. Oester ot Bend is building
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
(FOUR YEAR TERM)
C. H. MILLER.
Regular Republican and Democratic Nominee
Nominated in the Primaries and Deserving of Your
Vote for Election.
PINEHURST. Oct. 2G. A tolo
grnm wns received Monday by Mrs.
Ada McNnnlmon thnt her son Frank
wns seriously 111 of pnounianla nt
Mrs. Sllvors nml dnuchtor Mnrv.
Airs. A. J. Hurler, Mrs. C. II. Spaugh
aim ait. nnii .Mrs. i. rc, wimor woro
callers nt tho a. M. Couch homo Bun-
Messrs. PhnlnH nnd Simminn
cleaned and filled tho school houso
clstorn ono dny this week.
Harry M. Dlotorlch tins been cnllod
for military duty nnd loft Mondny
for Fort Stavcns.
Jnnios Dnwson was ovor from
Plnlnvlow Mondny digging his crop
of potatoes on tho Spaugh farm.
Miss Ethel Snyder Is spending
sovoral weeks nt tho C. P. Becker
homo near Tumalo.
Mrs. Tweedt. Mrs. Rholboff, Mrs.
Bookman nnd Mrs. Nelson wero rnll
ors nt 0. M. Couch's Monday.
F. V. Swisher mndo u trip to tho
Pino Treo mill on business Saturday.
C. Pcderson returned Friday from
Portland, where ho has spent tho
lost woek on business.
Miss BorulcQ Couch returned homo
Sunday from n week's visit with
Miss Mary Silvers, near Deschutes.
Mrs. Q. W. Snyder wns nulin III
sovcral days this weok with In
Wm. Gaskll snont Rnturdav ill p.
King potatoes on tno Hnrtor ranch
Tho rain nnd dnmp wonthor of tho
last month has greatly delayed the
stacking nnd threshing of grain In
this neighborhood, sovernl of the
fnrmors having their grain yet In tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry McOuIro woro
shopping In Bond Saturday after
noon. Mrs, Garner spent Thursday nfter
noon with homo rolks.
I. E. Wlmnr delivered n load of
hay in Dond Friday for W. C. Mc
Culston. Miss Ilornlco Couch spont Saturday
afternoon with hor nunt, Mrs. a. M.
Chns. Spaugh was a Tumalo visitor
Mary Slivers and mother woro
callors at tho F. V. Swisher homo
Kthol Snyder was called homo
Thursday by tho Illness of hor
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II. Root of Mod
ford, former residents of tni iin..
havo exchanged tholr Mcdford prop
orty for an 80. ne mnrd i.n.
.uu.iii, uccoruing to woru re
ceived horo by tholr son William
Tholr many frlonds hero wjll bo glad
'" iivur ui muir roou roriuno,
Lester 8nydor wns nbsont from
school several days this weok on ac
count of a sovero cold.
O. M. Couch, C. Pcderson, I. E.
Wlmer, F. V. SwlBhor nnd C. II.
Hpaugh wero business visitors In
Bend this week.
Ernest Pholps In now stationed at
Camp Morrltt, Now Jereoy, awaiting
thO Order to KO "across." nrrnnllni.
word rocolvcd horo by his brothor,
Simpson and Pholps nro building n
resorvolr on tholr ranch this woek
In preparation for tho turning off of
tho water on Novombor 1.
Ray Abbey nnd (Ion. llurimldo nro
In thn tunuutiiliiH hunting for cattle.
Mrs. Robt. Hurling nnd Mre, Frank
Hurling woru Slsluni Hhoppuru on
0. I. I'urborry nnd John Dolklu
worn Bond visitors thn first ot last
Frank Arnold hntt commenced bin
annual Jnelc rabbit kill for thn Port
John (lotlor wont to iRudmor.d
Frank Hoard wns n caller nt tho
II, O. Wilson homo ono evening last
Mrs. J. It, McDonald nnd the
Mlssos Fay and Viola Miller were
shopping In Sisters on Saturday.
Tho Ilenrd-Hcott threshing mn
ohlno hns finished tho season's work
In Clovordnlo nnd Is now operating
In tho Slstors district.
Gladys Parborry was a caller nt
tho Burling home on Sunday.
Mrs. Lowls and Mrs. Cutler spont
Friday at tho Hurling homo.
Tho Indies or tho Clovordnlo aux
iliary, A. It. a. will hold n mooting
nt tho homo of Mrs. Geo. F, CyniH
iur uiu iHiriiunu or electing now of
ficers on Wvdnesdny.
NATIONAL BANK FOR
thn trip both for business and pleas
ure, whllu 'Mr, Jiicotmon uud Mr,
Kuhns will tnkn tho examination for
oflloorn' ooiiiiiiIsnIoiih while there.
Thoy hopo to bo nlilu to remilvo com
missions In tho foriwtorn regiment,
which Is now belnii orgniiUud on tho
I am n candidate for County Com
missioner o't Desoliuton County, It
hns boon reported that I do not ex
pect to como out on tho ticket tor
election Novombor fitli. This Is n
fnlso report, for I accepted my nom
ination In August, and I hope to bn
elected Novombor filli. I will appre
ciate any support tho voters of De
schutes county mny see fit to glvo
mo, nnd If elected I will not only
try, but WILL glvo this county a
square deal to tho bust ot my ability.
-Adv.270 BETH HTOOICEV.
(From Monday's Dnlly.)
Attorney Daggett has been circu
lating n petition asking for tho
granting of a charter for n national
bank nt this placo, and tho petition
has gono In with a long list of sign
ers. It Is understood that C. S.
Hudson of tho First National Dank
of Uond Is behind tho proposition,
nnd as ho Is ono ot tho best Informed
financial men ot this section, wo take
It thnt ho sees it great futuro for tho
banking business In Rednuind, now
hnndlod by tho Redmond Hank of
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
Having boon nominated by tho
Central Oregon Good Government
leiiRtia convention for tho office ot
county commissioner, two-year term,
I respectfully submit my candidacy
for the above office to tho voters ot
Adv. ' E(E. VARCO.
Brand - Directory
Four chairs nt your service at the
Metropolitan. No watting. Adv.
LOCAL MEN TO
TRY FOR OFFICERS
(From Saturday's Dally.)
N. G. Jacobson, forest supervisor,
nnd A. II. Kuhns of tho forost sorv
Ico, In company with C. II. Flory,
assistant district fo rent or, of Port
land, loft this morning by auto for
Snn Francisco. Mr. Flory Is making
Right tide; right oar crop
ped; wattle right hind log.
It. L. TONE, HUtrrn, Oro.
adv. I Quo
V. II. JOHNSON,
SB- !' I'll !!
fgSgft ' "'''fit. r.,ai
THe RJJSSELL TRACTOR.
OWlur IN ALL 3UL3
BEAN AND PEA THRESHERS
CALL OR WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
COM I- IN AND
More and Cheaper Fish
HIGHER. P&ICED FISH
WASTE OF FOOD FISH
KEEP THE PRICE OF FISH DOWN. Help production
oi fish. Eliminate waste.
VOTE 307 X
307 X NO
306 X YES
READ ARGUMENT IN STATE ELECTION PAMPHLET.
Qlm County Fuheraea's Union, Andrew Ntrlin, Sec'y., Oregon Cly. Ore.
DOXT YOU NEKI1 ONE NOW?
Indigestion, biliousness, lmd
breath, gni, constipation or any con
dltlon arising from a mass of un
digested food In tho stomach neods
Immedlato attention. Foloy Cathar
tic Tablets aro mild and gontlo, but
auro In action. Causo no griping,
pain or nausea. Cleanso bowols,
swooton stomach, and tone up liver.
Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
CLOVBIIDALE. OcL 20 vnv
Miller ; und La Dona Cyrus, who nro
attondlng school In Itodraond, nro
homo this weok, as tho high school
In Itedmond Is closed on account of
tho Spanish Influenza epldomlo.
. ft. W ru,Krow of Kodmond wns
In Clovordnlo on business Thursday.
uuuib, uiiu lAJvunn iong njauo a
trip to Sink last Saturday.
if AiV kmiz' w,1 ,a occupying tho
. ... .kutsuru runca uuring tho wln
tor, moved onto tho placo last Tucs
dny. A. J. Weston mado a trip" to Hod
mond on Friday's stago.
Mr. Black was also a passenger on
And investigate our price
before buying your groceries
We can save you money.
MUlicaa, Ore, Telephone
I will sell at my home in Tumalo, the
following articles, commencing
Tuesday, Nov. 5th
One Tent House, complete. 1 Carpet Loom. 2 Cords of
Wood. 1 Small Kitchen Rnnge 2 Heaters. 1 Dining
Table. 1 Library Table. 1 Small Table and Choirs.
1 Rosewood Shelf, exceptional value. 1 Cabinet Organ.
1 Book Case. I Cabinet Sewing Machine. 2 Commodes!
i Iron Bedstead, Springs and Mattress. .Some Bedding
Several New Rugs. 2 New Silk Woven Portieres. Curtuin
Rods. 1 Sanitary Couch. 1 Hammock. 1 Share in Farm
ers' National Telephone Company. Dishes, Cooking Uten
sils, Flat Irons, etc.
Sale continues from date until sold.
MRS. C. E. NICHOLS