The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 27, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page 2, Image 2

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CAFETERIA SUPPER
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL IIUTTK. Fob. 25. Tho
'cafeteria suppor nt Community hitll
Friday night waa a decided success.
' Tho suppor was splendid and tho pro
Cram was flno. Proceeds oC tho sup
por amounted-to $G8, all of which
will go to tho hall.
Mrs. Bolva Smith lott Thursday
for her homo In San Francisco nftor
n pleasant visit with her Bister, Mrs.
Will Arnold ot this place
Mr. and Mrs. K. IL'Stowart visited
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Hall In Prlnovillo
Sunday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ilert Reynolds and
small boh woro visitors with rowcll
Butto friends Sunday.
Mrs. C. O. Foster and Infant lott
for her homo In Portland Tuesday
after u four-months visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. CM. Charlton.
Mrs. Foster has many friends In
Fowoll Butte who enjoyed her stay
among them.
Mr. and Mrs. Hazloton, Miss
Iiazelton and Miss Wood of Jlcdmond
wero.nt tho cafeteria suppor.
Mr. and Mrs. Boss Bussett and
daughter Margaret went to Bend
Saturday night to attend tho show,
and owing to car troublo remained
over night, returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussett, Lloyd
and Fay Buosett and Harold Charl
ton attended the danco at Redmond
Friday night
At Community hall Thursday,
March 6, thero will bo a short busi
ness session ot tho Powell Butto
club, followed by a program and
light refreshments. Everybody In
the community is urged to bo pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Wllcoxen of
Redmond attended tho cafeteria
supper Friday night.
WELL DRILLERS AT
WORK AT MILLICAN
DOX'T FOOIi YOURSELF.
A man suffering from backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff Joints or soro
muscles may laugh and say theso
symptoms of kidney troublo "don't
amount to anything." It is folly to
Ignoro Nature's warnings. Foley
Kidney Pills give quick relief tn kid
ney or bladder troubles and "It is
better to bo safe than sorry." Sold
everywhere. Adv.
MILLICAN, Fob. 24. Mr. and
Mrs. William Ream and Mr. Buohler
called at tho Tauschor homo tho past
week. Mr. Buchlor Is now doing tho
drilling on tho Tauschor placo. whllo
A. T. Shavor is drilling on tho
Stookoy placo.
Mr. Grlnstead, father of W. W.
Qrlnstcad, was out from Bend Sat
urday.
Frank Grlnstead, ono of our sol
dlors, who has been In Franco, is
expected homo soon.
Mr. anil Mrs. A. F, Lantcar and
her aunt, Miss E. Lomns, called at
tho Ream and Keller homes Tues
day in regard to Mlas Lotuas teach
ing our West End school. Sho will
commence school Monday, February
24, and 111 board with tho William
Ream family.
Mr. Lanfear and R. R. Keller also
called on 'Mr. Graffonbergcr on school
business. '
W. Ed Mooro received his appoint
ment as postmaster ot Mlllican from
Washington Monday.
Mrs. Mary Rosin was out from
Bend this week. Sho called at tho
Holland homo whllo horo.
Mrs. L. Shaffer called at tho
Stookoy placo today, taking Mr.
Buehler thero in her car. Mr.
Bdehlcr wished to chungo places with
Mr. Shaver, having had a break
down at tho Tauschor placo.
Mary Holland called at thq.Kollcr
homestead Wednesday.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at tho
R. R. Keller homo Friday.
Leo Keller was out from Bend
Saturday and fixed his car. Ho.
called at tho R. R. Keller and J. J.
Holland homes.
Mr. Brooks spent Saturday with
the Hollands.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Roonoy and littlo
son visited at tho HoUand homo from
Sunday until Wednesday, when they
again moved onto their homestead.
Mr. Roonoy expects to make a trip
to Bend Sunday.
Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and son Clair
ot Amity, Ore, nro milking an ex
tended visit wltli Mrs. J, o, Perry,
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Porry nro Bis
ters. Mr. niul Mrs, Houston canto on tho
mail atngo Tuesday to go to their
homestead near Wnxontlro.
J. II. Morton, II, Martin, Oeorgo II.
Davis and Oeorgo T. Sellers ot Bond
woro guests at tho hotel Inst Satur
day, being on their wily to Sheep
mountain to tholr nltrnto initio.
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. llrlckov woro
Hampton visitors Inst Monday.
Robt, Gould, F. II. May and J. 1).
Bowman passed through horo yes
terday. Miss Mlnnlo Rnddntx visited with
Mrs, Mook over 8undny.
Fred Donovan took tho mall ntago
tor iionu Tuesuny,
Miss Agnes 8chrodor returned from
Bond after spending n week with
relatives and friends thoro.
first part of tho wook.
It. 8. TffWHff as Mm. Seta ac
companied Mltm Marlon HoHkltis iu
Redmond Saturday,
hoWto knkp well.
"Koop tho hnwols opon" in ono rulo
ot health recommended by nil schools
ot modlclno. Foley Cnlhnrtlo TnblolH
clonnso tho bowels, Mwooton thu stout
noli and honollt tho liver. For Indl
gestloti, Wlloumio.su, bad breath,
bloating, run or constipation, no
remedy Ih moro highly rccommumlud.
Flno for stout persons. Bold orory
whore Adv.
PLAINVIEW KIOLDS
CLUB CELEBRATION
Says It In tho llmt In tho World.
Ara you looking tor n snfo, reliable
remedy tor coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough? A. H. McDanlol,
Box CI, Llndsldo. W. Va.. writes; "I
am glad to toll you that Foley's
Honey and Tar la tho best modlclno
In this world. I had a sovoro cough,
Somoono recommended It and before
I used halt a bottlo I was bettor."
Sold ovorywhore Adv.
DITCH COMPANY
ELECTS OFFICERS
LOWER BRIDQB, Fob. 21, At n
meeting ot tho Association Ditch
company Oeorgo Scott was hired to
manngo tho spring work on tho
ditch. Now officers woro elected as
follows: Sid West, president; L. A?
Hunt, secretary; Frank Chapman,
C. F. Hosklns and R. S. Towno, di
rectors. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Howard rondo a
trip to Prlnovillo Friday.
Darwin Walters took Dr. Harper
to tho train Saturday morning. Tho
doctor is returning to his homo at
Milton. Ore
Fred Arbro is at homo with his
mother, Mrs. Bronson, nftor being
In. tho army for somo time. Ho has
bocn stationed at Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller woro
Bond visitors on Wodncsday.
A. S. Holmes hnuled a load ot
grain to Redmond on Tuesday.
L. A. Hunt was a Redmond visitor
on Thursday.
Fred Waltors has been pulling
trees with a steam cngino tho past
week.
Mr. Mahaffoy from tho high desert
Is visiting at tho Hausor homo and
Is looking around for a placo to
locato.
Miss Lois Towno has been ill tho
past week with tonstlitls.
Frank V. Chapman wont to Port
land Saturday with a carload ot
Minora to bo sold on tho market thero.
HAMPTON BUTTR. Feb. 24 Joo Howard wns riding on tho
Several Inches of snow fell here lower desort looking for horses tho
SNOW IS RECORDED
AT HAMPTON BUTTE
For Sale!
At my Ranch, 21-2 miles north of VanMeter Cor
ners, at 10 o'clock A. ML, on
SATURDAY, MARCH 1st
One team of Geldings, weight 2600; f bay mare, 5 yrs.
old, weight 1 050"; 1 bay mare, 4 yrs. old, weight 900;
1 long yearling colt, weight 1 000 ; 1 white, face cow, to
freshen in spring; 1 Jersey cow, to freshen in spring; 1
Jersey cow, fresh last June; 2 long yearling heifers', 7-8
milk strain Durham; 1 long yearling Durham heifer; 3
yearling steers, 4 calves, 2 long yearling Jersey and Dur
ham heifers; 1 Durham heifer and calf; 1 . brood sow, to
farrow in March; 1 full bred Poland China boar; 8 pigs
and 6 shoats.
IT A DM IMDI IFMITNTQ Two Sets of Work Harness; one
r ZlLlVlTl lmrLIMTlIrV 1 O Saddle; one 8-ineh Studebaker
Wagon; one Hack in good condition; one 0-Section Smoothing Harrow; one 10
inch Oliver Chilled Plow, one 14-inch Canton Clipper Plow; 00 -rods of Panel
Fence; one 250 gallon Stock Watering Tank; one 7-foot McCormack Binder;
7 tons of Alfalfa Hay; one stand of Bees.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS-sS, sS
Mattress, 1 Sewing Machine, 2 Rockers and 2 Dining Chairs, 150 quarts Cannecf
Fruit and other artiales too numerous to mention.
RAY ABBEY, Owner
Pinkie Reynolds, Auctioneer R. H. Parsons, Clerk
FREE LUNCH AT NOOMring Your Cups
PLAINV1KW. "Fob. 25. A record
breaking crowd gathered nt tho A.
H. Hoss homo Saturday livening for u
Washington birthday party. Tho
school children under tho direction
ot Miss Knickerbocker Rnvo a vury
good program, tho hint numhor ho
ing n Virginia roel, thu participants
being costumed. Thin wan very pretty
and -rocolvod much npplnUHO. Var
ious games? Including curds, wore
played during tho uvenlnR. Tlcketn
amounting to nearly nix dollarn woro
nold tor the club quilt, and F. A.
Powers hold tho lucky nunihor,
Splendid refreshments ot pies, cakes,
Ico cream and coftoo woro nold. which
brought a littlo In excess of Sin,
Thin amount wan moro than oiiourIi
required on tho pastor salary and
tho extra catih will ho turned over to
tho uho ot tho O. I). O. club. Ouosta
present from Tuinnlo woro Fred N.
Wallace and non Frank. Mr. and
Mrs. 11. U. FlIckliiBor. Mrs. Howard
and Fred Wilson.
A. W. Armstrong wan a business
callor at Hedmond, Tuesday.
A. Olp8on mado n trip to Ilond on
Thursday.
iMrs. F. W Lovoronz has boon III
with a sovero cold thu past wook.
Mrs. Putltnm had been helping to
enro for her.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Scnrth of tho Pino
Troo mill nro visiting nt tho Ilartloy
ranch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Scoggln woro
callers In Ilond on Wednesday after
noon. Kills KdglnRton of Slstors was a
visitor at tho Pino Lawn ranch ono
day recently
Miss Han Knickerbocker was In
Bond Saturday morning.
A good representation ot tho farm
ors ot tho community mot at tho
school houso last Tuesday ovonlng for
tno purpose of organising tho Plain
vlow farm bureau. M. W, Knicker
bocker acted im chairman -and" di
rected tho meeting. F. N. Wnllaco
of Tumalo and It. A. WnnLamt Mr.
Hell of Hedmond gnvo talks on tho
Interest of tho orgnnlmtlon, Mr.
Ward also guvo tho annual report of
tho work of tho county agent's office.
Tho following ofllcera woru elected:
Chairman, M. W. Knickerbocker;
secretary. Mm. II. A. Scoggln; com
mitteemen: Livestock. II. A. Scog
gin; soil and fertilizer, P. Van
Tassel; bettor crop. F. A. Powora;
cooperative shipments,' A. B. lions;
Irrigation. F. W. Luvcrenz; rodent
control. Alox Luverunz; rural organ
izer, Paul Scoggln. Ten furmers
paid tholr dollar and becamy mem
bers that evening. A number of
orders woro taken by F. N. Wallace
for Grim alfalfa seed that has boon
purchased under thu co-operative
plan.
Oeorgo Calvorlcy has been very
sick with tonsllltls tho past week.
Ills condition is reported much Im
proved. On account ot Illness tho dance to
have boon held last Thursday ovon
lng at Sunnybrook farm was post
poned. Fred Llttloflold started to work
at tho Pino I.nwn ranch last week.
Mrs. J. A W. Bcoggin returned
hmo Saturday aftor spending nearly
u week with her husband on thu
Mooro placo near Hedmond,
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. lions and Mr.
nnd Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker woro
callers in Tumalo, Wednesday,
' F. W. Lovoronz- left Wednesday
morning for n soveral duys trip to
Sunnnor Lake, Oregon.
A. W. Armstrong purchased n
flno piano last weak.
A number of relatives nnd friends
of tho pupils enjoyed tho program nt
tno school house Friday afternoon
In honor of Wnshlnton's blrthdny.
Mlas Ida Nlswongcr and Miss
Tonco Knlckorbockor of Uond spent
the wook end In Plalnvlew,
Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Powora woro
guests at tho Hoss homo Sunday.
Jim Pulllam and Hoy Armstrong
wcro guests to dlnnor at thu Uox A
ranch Sunday,
A, E. Hoss nnd II. A. and Paul
Scoggln, also A. W, Armstrong,
woro In Hedmond Friday
Mr. and Mrfl.'IIomor Conleo and
fllttlo eons of Blutors, were wook end
guestB at tho A. W. Armstrong
homo.
Thoro will bo regular preaching
services at tho school houso next
Sunday afternoon, March 2, at 3
o'clock. Hov. McVlckor, will have
charge of tho moating.
Hoy Armstrong was a callor In
Sisters Saturday.
We Fit the Feet . "
of the Fickle Public
In woiknuuiNlilp, In leutlwr, lit stylo, our nIiooh iii-o an' lino
as can lie mado. They tiro tlio luit word In slioo-nuiklng-
when von consider thu iiimllty, workhrhnslilp nnd wuut'lnfr
qualities,
LUVbJlN , STREET
TANLAC
FOR SALE DY
The Owl Pharmacy
OLK AOKNTS
tho ladles nerved enko, naudwlchcs,
and coffee
Miss Evelyn lledlcnt Is homo from
Astoria for u visit with relatives.
Hoy nnd Ituy Noff spout Satur-
dny night with tholr sister, Mrs. W.
J. Coffey. In Ilond.
All unloyod thu progrnm and social
at tho hall Friday "night. It was ono
of tho best over rendered nt tho
Orango Hall. Thu proceeds from tho
pies netting $50. TG, which Is to ho
used In thu purchnau or books for (ho
school library.
Julius Peterson Is the owner of u
now plnno. .
It, E Grimes uulood to Prlnovillo
Tuesday.
Fred HoynoIdH Is vary sick with
thu Influenra. ..
Mrs. O. L, Mooro wnn happily sur
prised by tho return of hor liuughtur.
Mrs. Paul Henderson, from Portland
Friday evening.
Tho fallowing worn visitors nt thu
Xorr homo Hunduy: Mrs. C L. Smith,
Isnbollo,, Fny mid Leltoy Smith,
Courtney Pontius, Charles ilnd Abla
Iludtont and Charles Mooro.
Courtney Pontius has been work
ing for P II. Dcucor.
Mr. Vngel has sold his much to
Mr. Snulllng of Heiid,
The B. uediont family attended tho
basket ball gnmo In Ilend Friday
ovonlng.
SCARLETINA CASES
SHOW IMPROVEMENT
PINKIIUHST. Fob. 25. - Charles
Howell, who has boon stationed nt
tho soldiers' camp at Prvsldln, Cat.,
returnod homo Morality evening.
Mrs. A. J. Hnrtor ofTumulo spent
Huudny with her mother, Mrs. O. M.
Couch.
I). W. Diolorlch dcllvorcd n load
ot grain in Uimd on Bnturduy.
Hoy Whllo nnd fnther or Ilond
woro business visitors In Pliiuhurst
Saturday morning.
Mrs. I. K. Winter rutumed from
Hoseburg, Oregon, Tuesday eyon
Inx Shn was accompanied tinnio by
hor mother and sister, who will spend
tho sumnior hero.
Mrs. Alboxt Omham. who has been
qulto fir with scarlet fuver. Is Improving.
Mrs. C Pednraon wns a caller nt
Kdgowood farm Wednesday morn
ing. John McN'aulmon, who has boon
ubscnt from school on account of
sickness, Is nblo to bo out ngnln.
wMIss Vlda Ilolltunn or tho Pino
Treo mill was a guest at thu Phelps
homo Wednesdny,
Ksther niotorlch and brother
Hrnest left Wednesdny for Portland
to spend somo tlmu visiting with
rolntives.
Gladys Hpaugh ha been qulto ill
several days this week -with scurlol
Inn, but nt present is much Im
proved. Illnln' Hovers was n culler ut tho
Spnugh farm Saturduy.
I. K. Wittier was u business visitor
In Hend Wednesday.
Miss nthel Snyder of Ilend spent
thu week-end with homo folks, re
turning Monday.
C. II. Hpaugh nnd duughter woro
business visitors In Ilend Saturday
afternoon.
A YVOMAN'tt HIXOMMHNDATION.
Mrs. U. T. Tryor, R. F. D, 1, Frank
lin Avo Otcego, O., writes': "I
realized so great u bunoflt from tho
uso of oho box that I fool safe In
recommending Foloy Kidney Pills to
any kidney HUfforora." Thoy relievo
backache, soro musclou, stiff Joints,
rheumatic pains and bladder all
monts. Sold overywhoro. Adv.
FARMERS' UNION
HOLDS ELECTION
BEND, H. F. I), No. 1, Fob. 25.
A mooting ot tho Farmers Co-opor-
ativo union was hold at tho Mountain
tag for tho Installation of officers
Vlow school houso Wednesday even-
Ifor tho onsulng yoar. Tho follpwlng
were Inatnllod: O. II. Wlgmoro,
prosldont; II, K, Grimes, vlco pres
ident; G. L. Mooro, socretary; K. A.
Orlffln, door keopor; CMrs, 13, A. Grif
fin, chaplain ; P, II, nottcor, conduct
or. Two now members, Mr, and Mrs.
uunHtoforsou, worn Initiated Into tho
LA PINE FAMILY
MOVES TO FORT ROCK
LA PINK. Fob. 25. C. M. Krdmnn
has moved his family to Fort Hock.
A shortage of Ituy for his stock In
thin vicinity mado tho move necesary.
Mrs. W, O. Fordhnm nnd Gorald
spont n couplo of days lust wook
with hor mothor, Mrs, Shultz, , on
Littlo river.
Mrs. J. S. Heesloy received word
Sunday that her duughter, Mrs
Kdltti Purker is sorlously 111 ut Hed
mond. Mr, Hay Golden nnd MIhb LiicIIIo
Ileal woro married nt Ilond last week,
Tho wedding, came us a complete
surprise to tho niiiny friends ot tho
brldo hero, who wish them much
success nnd Joy on their Journey ot
life.
Krnoflt Ilecsley loft on tho Htnga
Suiiday for Fort Itock to aniugo to
have somo stock fud for tho remain
der -of tho winter.
MrH, Slilntatter returnod from
Paulina creek lust Friday aftor u
visit at tho homo of hor fllstoMn-law,
Mr, and MrH. J. N. Maston, MrH,
K. L. Clark and Johnny, nnd Mm. C.
J. Catlow and children went to Ilond
Saturday, returning Hunduy evening.
AFFIRMATIVE WINS
IN SISTERS DEBATE
TKHHIJIIONNK, Fob. 20. Thu
lied Cross snlo and school program
hold last Friday was well attended.
(Continued on Pugu 7.)
8I8TKIIS, Fob. 25, A largo crowd
at tho school houso Friday ovonlng.
Tho question delmtod wuh "Was
Wurhlngton or Lincoln tho G renter
Man?" Tho afflrmutlvo spenkers
woro Vorn Kief, George Davis and
Henry Cllott, and tho nofutlvo uponk
em, John Allen, Allen Harrington,
and Arnold Urady, Tho Judges, Geo,
R Altkon, Porry A, South nnd J, L.
Puvldson rendorcd a decision In favor
of tho iirirrmatlvo Hlilo. Tho follow
ing numberu worp on tho program:
Jj union, Aftor tho business mooting Flag drill by olglit girls; rucltntlon
Sharpless
Cream
Separator
Call and see
the NEW MODEL
SHARPLESS
F. DEMENT
& CO.
WALL STy
Kt?
by Lourso Allen, "Something Ilottor."
song by Cecil Hobbliis and Idelln
McAifatu, "My Old KonUicky Homos"
rocltntlon by Dorothy Taylor, "Tho
Oath;" dialogue hp Georgn Dnvls.
John Wilson, Arnold llrady nnd
Cecil Hobblns, "Tito Slinplo Nigger";
Houg by Irlul dlnrrliigton and Annlo
Cllott, "WnshlliKtoti": song by Ar
nold llrady, "Way Down South";
rocltntlon by Hex Qiilbonr. "What.
a Hoy Can l)o";soitg by Hiiby South
mid Clnrlco McKlnnoy, "Good llyo,
Daddy, dear"; Dlalogun by Florls
Sorunsnti, Dnrlenu Winkle nnd Iluliy
South, 'Tho Itnl, Whlto mid Illuo";
rucltntlon by 1, ti I s Harrington,
"Washington, tho Country and thu
Flag"; dialogue by ton children,
"Tho Washington Acrostic"; read
ing by Florin Knrenson, ''Thu Story
or Washington"; song by Dorothy
Taylor. "Tho Star Spangled Uannur";.
rucltntlon by Gertrude Pludnault,
"Curley Locks"; recitation by Agnus
Plndnntilt.
C. W. Allon has purchased n 1C0
aero ranch on tho McKcnxlo rlvor
neiir Vlda, Oregon, Ho Is contemp
latlitg mining cuttle nnd hogs.
C. IM. lUrlwell has purchased n
.130 aero ranch on tho Mnckonxln
river, 15 miles from tint rntictt pur
chased by Mr. Allen tin tho Macken
zie rond.
C. W. Allon returned Wednesday
from thu Mackenzie valley,
C. M, llnrtwoll returned Monday
from thu Mackenzie river valley,
J. II. Stldhnni and Warren Farth
ing rondo a trip tn their trapping
ground Monday, returning Wednes
day. Tho result of thu trip was ono
Mnrton hide.
Jcbho Scott returned from Camn
Lewis Saturday, llu Is In thu best of
health and has gained thirty pounds
since leaving hero last July.
Mr, and Mrs II. L. Cnrbetl of
Portlnnd weru at Sisters Thursday,
visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Murldeth
llnlloy.
Mrs. O. W. Allen nnd Iter mother.
Mrs. Senburry. woro guests a thu
Ilalley ranch Thursday.
A crowd of youngsters gathered
at tho South resilience Sunday to
celebrate Curl's fourth birthday.
A largo crowd attended tho dnncu
given at Allen's hall In honor of
Jesse Scott, Lynn Wilson, J, L. Hoso
and Ituy Armstrong,
O. I. Gist wun at Bisters Monday
and Friday,
Mrs. Albert Pcdnault wan In Ilend
this wcuk having treatment for hor
eyes,
TERREBONNE HAS
RED CROSS SALE
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BOILIRS
SAWMIUS
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MEAN AND PEA THRESHERS.
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