The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, January 09, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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PLAINVIEW ENJOYS
HOLIDAY PROGRAM
PbAINVtBW, Jan. 4. A number
ot friends and patrons onjoycd tho
splendid program given by the puplU
nt tho riaiariow school on Tuesday
afternoon. vTho Christmas decora
tions wcro Tory pleasing and many
pretty glfta were received.
Mrs. Juilnon ot Michigan tins been
visiting with Mrs. M. J. Van Tassel
tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hartley woro
guests to dinner at tho Box A ranch
last Thursday evening.
iMIss Frledn Clark arrived homo
trom Dcnd Tuesday evening to spend
Christmas with her parents.
Dr. Hendorshott was called from
Dend early last Tuesday morning to
attend Mr. Gibson who has been sick
at his homo (or sovorol days.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chalfln and
family of Portland are spending tho
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Chalfln.
A number ot friends from Plain
vlow attended tho surprise party at
tho J. O. McKlnney homo in Sisters
last Saturday.
F .G. Pqw,ora and family and F. W
Leveronz and family were guests at
tho Alex Lororonz homo Christmas
day.
Paul Scroggln was a Redmond
caller on Monday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. C. F. Chalfln and
guests spent Christmas ore at tho
A. E. Hoss homo.
Misses Rao and Tonco Knicker
bockers, loft Dcnd last Wednesday
evening to spend a week in Portland
visiting with friends.
Miss Nelllo Scrogglns returned to
her homo h ore.; J ant Thursday after
spending a fow" weeks In Rend.
Homer Connley wont to Sisters
last 6aturdar and is working in the
mill thcro.
Guy McAllister called at the
Burling homo in Clovordalo last
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley wcro busi
ness callers in Bend Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln,
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Scoggln and Mr.
and Mrs. II. A. Scoggln and guests
enjoyed an excellent Christmas din-,
ner at the home ot Louis Bennett In
Bend. In tho evening tho Christmas
tree was lighted and a very festive
time followed.
Mr. and iMrs. Alex. Leveronz and
F. G. Powers and family were guests
at tho F. W. Lcvercnz home Wednes
day evening.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. Van Tassel and
family from Opal City and Dan
Winklo nnd family ot Sisters were
guests at the Prentiso Van Tassel
homo for Christmas.
Chris Ward was a caller at tho
II. Lovcrcnz ranch Friday.
Mrs. Louzetta Pulllam and Mr.
and Mrs. John McKlnney and daugh
ter Clauda from Sisters spent De
cember 2Gth at tho H. T. Hartley
homo.
Fred Wilson of Tumalo was a
guest for dinner nt tho Hoss ranch
Wednesday dvenlag.
Jim Pulllam spent Christmas day
at tho Jabe Couch ranch.
nt tho' F. Tauschor homo tho past
week, also calling upon M. C. Keller
nnd family.
Tho Grnffonborgors, together with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. Holland, called nt tho
Hall homo last Tuesday.
Raymond Oraffenborger roturned
to PrlnovlU'o Tuesday nttor n short
Islt at homo.
C. II. Grottonborgor was busy
hauling water Thursday.
Tho weather man has put qulto a
crimp and tang In tho atmosphoro
ot lato.
LOWER BRIDGE MEN
HOLD FARM MEETING
WATER IS FOUND AT
DEPTH OF 715 FEET
MILLICAN, Jan. . Water was
struck on tho Ernest Edmonds placo
tho past week at a depth ot 715 feot.
Tho next woll will bo drilled on tho
Rosin placo.
A danco was enjoyed at tho F.
Tauscber homo Saturday night, with
Mr. Brooks as fiddler.
Mrs. J. J. Holland was a caller at
tho R. R. Koller homo Saturday.
Mr. Holland has been visiting
with bis family.
J. J. Holland called at tho C. II.
Graffenberger placo Saturday.
Sunday tho Holland family were
visitors at tho Graffenberger home.
Miss Mao Casebeer is spending her
vacation at nor home in Bly, Oregon.
Mrs. Marq C. Koller and children
made a trip to Bend Tuesday, re
turning Wednesday.
P. B. Johnson was out trom Bond
this week.
W. Ed. Mooro Is now tho full
fledgod postmaster of Mllllcan.
Mrs. Ada B. Mllllcan romembered
some of hor neighbors with approp
riate Christmas greetings and tho
school district with books for the
school library.
Mr. Brooks was a guest at tho Hol
land homo Thursday.
William A. Rahn was a caller at
tho Mary C. Keller homo recently.
It. R. Keller mado a business call
LOWER BRIDGE, Jan. G. C. F.
Hoskins called a mooting ot tho
Lower Brldgo farmors on Thursday
ovoning to organlzo tho local divi
sion of tho County Farm bureau.
R. A. Ward nnd (Mr. Tlfft ot Red
mond wero out to holp with tho or
ganizing. C. F. Hoskins was oloctcd
as representative for Lower Brldgo
and T. J. Qulgley ns secretary. After
this meeting a water moetlng was
held.
Mrs. Walters entertained Tuesday
evening with n "watch party" for tho
young people Among those presont
woro Naomi nnd Marlon Hoskins,
Lois and Eda Towno, Paul Brooking,
Dorothy nnd Mnrgarlo Wells, Flor
enco nnd Clariss Boles.
Miss Lois Towno entertained at
dinner Thursday evening Misses Fern
Walters, Marjorlo and Dorothy Wells.
Mrs. Mary Chapman nnd daughtor
left Monday for Hood Illvor, whoro
they will visit for a week with Mrs.
Chapman's parents.
G. E. Stadlg sold 3C head ot cattlo
to Geo. Scott.
Miss Lois Towno, who has boon
spending tho Christmas vacation at
home, roturned Saturday to Red
mond to resume her work in tho
high school.
A. S. Holmes nnd T. J. Qulgloy
were In Bend Thursday on business.
A. F. Hauser and F. Callahan woro
In Redmond Monday.
Merle and Fern Jack havo been 111
tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J Fuller and son
Georgo left Monday tor Corvallls and
Albany, whoro thoy will visit with
relatives for a couplo ot weeks.
William Buckley had tho mis
fortune to burn out a bearing In his
truck Thursday while hauling from
the dlatomlto plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Young wero Bend
visitors on Tuesday.
Joe Howard delivered a load ot
wood to tho school house Friday.
Misses Dorothy and Marjorlo Wells
from Redmond havo been visiting the
past week at tho Walters heme.
Miss Naomi Hoskins left Saturday
for Seattle, where sho will attend tho
University of Washington.
Dan Angland brought in his two
bands ot sheep to tho Hoskins ranch
on Monday, whero ho picked out the
lambs to tako to Alfalfa to feed for
tho winter.
G. E. Stadlg traded his sheep for
a Studebaker six car, and also some
horses.
NEW MILL UNDER WAY
IN VICINITY OF SISTERS
SISTERS, Jan. 7 L. E. Smith of
tho Tum-A-Lum mill nt Redmond
was at Sisters Sunday, conforrlng
with J. P. Duckctt, who ban charge
of tho construction work at tho now
mill now building on the Tum-A-Lum
site ono mllo south of Sisters,
Mrs. Ed Spoo, who has been visit
ing her Bisters In California for tho
past fow months, has returned with
hor mother, Mrs. Arthur Tomplcton
who will return to California after
a short visit hero.
J. D. Bowman ot Bend transacted
business at Sisters, Friday and Sat
urday. Warren Farthing and J. II. Stid
ham came in trom their trapping
ground Friday with threo marton and
one badger.
J. L. Roso, -who has been guarding
FOR., SALE !
80 or 160 acres In tho R. W. 1-4
of Sec. 14, Tp. 17, 8. R. 13 K.
This lies 8 miles east and 3 miles
north of Bond. Water right
fully paid and ditch to highest
point. 130 acres arable. Make
me an offer, cash or trado.
C. F.. BEUTEL,
Tacoma, Wash.
tho Crooked Rlvor brldgo for tho past
two and onu-linlf months, returned
to Sisters.
A. F. Pcdnnult cunio In trom Bund
nnd Is working nt tho Tum-A-Lum
mill.
J. II. Taylor, W. M. Taylor nnd
wtfo ami J. L, Henderson and wife
of Bond are registered nt tho Sinters
hotol.
M. N. MoKlnnoy wan on tho sick
list for u tow dayH.
Myron II. Synious of Bond wuh nt
Sisters getting some panorama vluws
of tho Threo Sisters nnd vicinity.
Glen Cox, formerly wutur mastor
for the Squaw Crook Irrigation Co.,
Is Hinted to soon nrrlvu In Scnttlo
with his company and demobilize nnd
return to Central Oregon.
Mr. nnd IMrs. John Taylor nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson ot Bend
spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Farthing.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lester Gist spent
Now Years with Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Farthing.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Graham woro
nt Sisters Sunday.
cold tho past week, tho thermomotor
Tho wonthor linn boon extromoly
registering ton degrees below zero.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry A. South nnd
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Zumwnlt uud family nt
tho Alllnghnm station on tho
Motollua.
(Mrs. Warren Farthltut was at Bond
visiting the Taylors. Sho also made
a trip to Prlnovlllo to hnvo some
dental work done.
Lynn Wilson spent Now Years with
his paronts and returned to Van
couver barracks, whoro ho is sta
tioned. Jack Weston ot Clovordalo was in
town Tuesdny.
Dorothy Taylor visited with Anna
Cllott over Sunday.
Whllo driving to town Saturday
tho horao which Mrs. J. O. McKlnney
was driving fell on tho Ico. F. W.
Wobor cama to tho rescuo and
succeeded In getting tho horao up.
Miss Allco Knpphnhn arrived from
Tacoma, Monday morning.
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SwwfflRMifiwWffWBRtiil
TO WARD OFF ILLNKSH.
It you nro bloated, languid or lazy,
havo "tho blues," headaches, palpi
tation, biliousness, bad breath, gas,
constipation or Indigestion, you will
feel bettor In tho morning It you tako
a Foloy Cathartic Tablet tonight.
This Is a wholesome laxative nnd
cleansing physic that acts without In
convenience griping or nausea. Sold
ovory whoro. Adr.
PLAINVIEW CHURCH
RESUMES SERVICES
PLAINVIEW, Jan. 7. Tho school
houso was nearly filled on Sunday
afternoon when Ror. McVlckor held
tho regular preaching services. Dif
ferent Individuals ordered a dozen
copies ot now song books to bo pur
chased In the near future for uso In
tho church services. Rov. McVlcker
will return in two wcoks, on tho
afternoon of January 19, to hold
services, as ono of tho regular meet
ings was missed during tho Influenza
opldomlc.
A fow neighbors and a good crowd
of young pcoplo enjoyed a watch
night party at tho Pulllam ranch
last Tuesday evening. Nearly all
present participated In tho dancing,
whllo somo played cards und per
formed other varied stunts. Very de
lightful refreshments of chicken
sandwiches, cakes and coffoa wero
served.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Armstrong
woro wcok end callers In Bend.
A. E. Hoss nnd C. F. and Warren
Chalfan cut Ico from tho old Whlto
pond Inst Friday and Saturday to
put up tor family use.
F. A. Powers and sons put up Ico
on tho Glllet placo Saturday.
A. Gipson Is much better after bo
Ing at homo sfck for nearly two
woeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Edglngton and
family of Sisters Hpcnt New Year's
day at tho homo of J. A. W. Scoggln.
Not Just
Meat But
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State.
Bring This List With You
And Buy At These Prices
Men's Black Bear all wool Mackinaws; regular $10.00; at..-..$9.00
Men's Black Bear all wool Stag Shirts; regular $7.00 to $9.00;
at $5.50
Men!s Black Bear khaki Stag Shirts; regular $10.00; at $7.50
Men's Work Pants; regular $5.50; at $4.50
Men's wool Pants; regular $5.00; at $3.90
Men's wool Pants; regular $3.50; at $2.75
Men's work Pants; regular $2.75; at s $2.35
Men's Khaki Pants; regular $3.00; nt $2.25
Men's two-piece Underwear; regular $1.25; at 69c
Men's ribbed Union Suits; regular $2.00; at $1.G0
Men's all-wool Sweaters; regular $5.00; at $1.50
Men's jersey Sweaters; regular $2.50; at $1.75
Girls' all-wool Sweaters; regular $5.00; at $3.50
Boys' all-wool Sweaters; regular $3.50; at $2.50
Boys' all-wool Sweaters; regular $4.00; at $3.50
All regular $3.00 Hats at $1.75
All regular $3.25 and $3.50 Hats at $2.75
TriState Terminal Co.
Bond St. at Georgia Ave. - I Blk. S. & E. of Gymnasium
Grovor rulllum ami S. U. Ilurgrr
from tho IMnu Tree mill woro l'lnln
vlow callers Thursday.
Misses Hao and Constnnco Knicker
bocker roturned homo from I'ortlnnil
on Saturday, uftor enjoying splon
did ton dayn' trip.
Mm. II. T. Hartley and son Jack.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ArtnntronK and
granddaughter Wllmn and Mm.
Honior Connloy and nttlo sons woro
entertained at tho Ilox A ranch Now
Year's day.
Jim Pulllam wan a callor nt tho
Klklns ranch Bunduy.
Homer Connloy spent Saturday
and tiundny at tho Armstrong ranch.
Ho nan tioon working at tho .Sinters
mill tho pant wook.
Iloland Clark has boon staying nt
tho Hartley ranch tho piiHt week.
Mr. nnd Mm. F. 0. rowers -woro
guests at tho homo of Alox. Lovoronz
on Sunday.
Tho O. I). O. cluh will moot with
Mm. James Klklns noxt Thursday
aftornoon, January 9. All tho Indlcx
nro requested to bring tholr thimbles
and scissors.
A. K. Hoss mndo n business trip
to llcdmond Thursday.
Tho Misses Hazel Wlckstrom and
JoHophlno Uurgess roturned to Cort
land lata Thursday, enrouto to Mon
mouth whoro thoy will soon rosumo
tholr hcIiooI work.
MIhs Luella Jlurgpss wan n guest
at tho Hartley runch last TuoHdur
evening..
Mr; nnd Mrs. O. F. Chalfan and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Warran Chalfan und
familr woro guests for supper ut tho
A. ej. Unas homo.
Ttm I'lalnvlow school reopened on
Monday morning after having ten
days' holiday vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bcoggin and
Miss Uurgess woro dinner guests at'
the Armstrong homo Hunduy.
II. A. Olrrard put up about ton
cords of wood 'with II. T. Hartley
last Thursday. Mr. Olrrard used his
wood saw and gasoline onglno.
Claud iMcCnuloy left Sunday night
to attend (ho Irrigation congress at
Portland.
Dad llruln wnn on his ranch this
afternoon looking after his place.
Ho will movo over n a fow wuokii.
Ooo, Ilayn Is homo again. Ho has
been a soldier for a year,
Tho children around hero nro hnv
Ing n flno tlmo skating on tho Louis
pond.
WAH IIKKTI.KHK AT NIOIIT.
HllfTfirnrn from bdfiinv rnutili. .
..-...-....., ....... n vf .. w 11,-
nnrlnnpii hnrlritrli,. rhiHimntf,. ,ml..a
aches in Joints and muscles, shooting
pains anu outer torturous afflictions.
K. W. KM, n. F. D. 2. Ilox 9. Short
ers, Ala., writes: "I used Foloy
Kldtioy Pills as I was so restless over
night' with pains lu tho small of my
hack and nliln. Timv illil nm rn,,i
Sold, everywhere. - Adv.
COURSES OFFERED TO '
AID NATURALIZATION .
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Final nrrangomouls havo been
completed with tho If. & department
of labor at Washington, I). C pro
vldlng for admission nnd Instruction
In tho (lend public owning schools j
for nil local applicants for naturally
zutlon,
A list ot names. Indicating thonuf
who will ho required to attend, has
been forwarded from Wnshlngtm
Right ot tho applicants on the I
hnvo tnadu declaration of Intentli
since June, t, 1018.
NEW YEAR'S PARTY
GIVEN AT DESCHUTES
DKSCHUTB8, Jan. 7 A Now
Year's partyparty was glvon nt tho
flllvor homo. Tho evening was spont
playing games uftor which a suppor
was nerved. Tho guests woro Mr.
and Mm. Hamblen, Clydo Hamblen,
Will Oroon, Harrold Cook and Mr.
and Mrs Oeorgo 'Hoi ton, all of this
city, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whlto
and pafj' ot Dend.
Mr. at.d Mrs. Iirandonburg and son
Everott opont Now Yearn at tho homo
ot 'Mr. Ilolton.
Mr. Drula Is cutting several ar
loads of -wood.
Kvorott Brandonourig has roturn.
to ISugcno -whoro ho will finish his
work at tho University.
Mr. Swnlllo Is building a now
houoo on his farm.
Miss Illlga Holmgreen Is on a trip
to Portland for a two weeks' vacation,
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ANNOUNCEME NT
Open for business at tho former French Store, One
Door West of J. C. Penney Co.
The Palace Meat Market
135 Oregon Shed CHAS. BOYD, Proprietor
WE ARE NOW
In our new quarters, better
located and with better facil
ities for handling a larger
business.
LARGE DINING ROOM
FOR LADIES
GOOD, FAST, CLEAN SERVICE
"Tho Kind You Want"
DOWNING'S CAFE
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