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I1KND 1UM,KTIN, 11RND, ORKGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1010
SCHOOL PLANS PLAY
AT LOWER BRIDGE
LOWER URIDCJE, March 3. Tho
school children tiro practicing on n
play and general program to bo given
some time in the near future.
Mr. Hausor took Mrs. Frank Now
bold and Helen Nowbold to Red
mond Wednesday. Helen had the
stitches taken out of tho cut and It
is dolnc nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Howard wore
dlnnor guests at Mrs. Walters on
Tho Lower ftridgo Farm bureau
mot at tho school house on Thurs
day oronlng to completes tho orders
for community shipments ot seed and
Fred Walters, Darwin and Fred
Walters wero helping Mr. Hosklns to
cut hay on Friday and Saturday.
Frank Chapman returned from
Portland Sunday morning.
Mrs. Boles and family left Mon
day for Aragon, Oregon, to mako
their home. Mr. Doles Is working
thero on tho Columbia highway.
Mrs. Frank Nowbold spent Friday
visiting at Mrs. Jacks.
Roy Kidder was riding on tho
low desert looking for horses tho
latter part of tho week.
L. A. Hunt and John Stono wcro
In Bend on Wednesday.
Jako Book sold all ot his cattlo
and delivered them to Sisters on
A. F. Hauser and Mr. Jack wero
at Tumalo Friday.
PLAINVIEW TO HAVE
PLAINVIEW. March 4. A vory
good audience heard a splendid ser
mon by Rev. McVlcker at tho school
house last Sunday afternoon. Mr.
McVlcker will preach his last sermon
for the year In two weeks on Sunday
afternoon, March 1C. Owing to tho
ready response In raising the salary
for the coming year, It has mado it
possible to havo two preaching serv
ices a month for this year. Although
Jtev. McVIckor has tendered his
resignation, ho will remain In charge
until a now man can bo found to go
on with his work.
II. T. Hartley returned from Port
land last Wednesday evening after
taking his beef cattlo to tho city
Homer Conlee of Sisters was a
caller In Plainvlew Monday.
A small gathering ot neighbors
enjoyed a llttlo houso dance at tho
Pulliam ranch last Wednesday oven-
11 lr-'' pi )
If SJ f lill I
5IIL I uSi
L Lasts wpg
Ing. A delicious lunch ot cakos and
coff co was served.
Ray Armstrong played on tho
Clovordalo baskotball team In tho
gnmo ngalnst Tumnlo nt Tumalo hall
last Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hartloy and
Jim Pulliam from Plainvlew attend
ed tho basketball gaina In Tumalo
Word has been received from Mr.
and Mrs. Martin, tormqr Plnlnvlow
residents, tutu at present tnoy are
visiting in Japan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Scarth and fam
ily returned to their homo nt tho
Pino Treo mill lust Thursday after
having a flno visit at tho Hartley
M. W. Knickerbocker and son Em
mott returned homo Friday after n
short business trip to Portland.
F. W. Lovcrenz and Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Scoggln were business callers
In Bond last Tuesday.
Rny Armstrong was n caller In Sis
A. E. Hoss and A. C. McCalllstor
wero business callers in Bend Satur
day. Tho O. D. O. club will hold Its reg
ular meeting with Mrs. M. W.
Knickerbocker next Thursday nftor-
noon, March C. AH tho ladles nro
asked to bring their thimbles and
scissors as thero Is n now allotment
of Red Cross work to bo done.
F. W. Levcrenz Bold his homestead
to John McKInncy and Jim Pulllnm.
John McKlnney and family will live
on tho placo this year. Mr. Levorenz
expects to move to Summer Lake, as
.ha Is trading his desert land for a
plnco at tho northwest sldo ot tho
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Armstrong
and Ray Armstrong wcro callers at
tho home ot Walter May on Sunday
H. T. Hartloy was a business caller
In Redmond Saturday.
Ellis Edglngton of Sisters was a
Plainvlew caller Friday.
J. A. Cipson was a caller at tho
Box A ranch Sunday.
A number ot Plainvlew ranchers
pre planning to Invest In soma puro
bred llvo stock in tho near tuturo.
Those attending tho cattlo meeting
In Tumalo Friday afternoon wero
F. O. Powers, A. E. Hoss, A. W.
Armstrong, J. B. Elklns, Rny Arm
strong, H. A. Scoggln, Mrs. J. A. W.
Scoggln, Jim Pulliam and E. B. An
derson. Plainvlew Is represented by
Ray Armstrong on tho board of di
rectors for tho I'uro urcu livcsiock
Mrs. C. F. Chalfan returned homo
Monday after spending a pleasant
two weeks in Portland.
Miss Luella Burgess and Mrs. H.
A. Scoggln attended the meeting ot
you can pos
ft BENEFIT to teeth
breath, appetite and
The price is 5 cents.
w xvmzttim msiiiiii
tho Tllllcum club nt tho homo nt
Mrs. Arthur Dickinson In Tumnlo
last Friday aftornoon.
Tho Platnvlow Progressive club
will hold a dancu nt tho now homo
ot J. H. Dawson next Saturday oven
lug, March S, Tho funds raised tiro
tor tho bonolU ot tho now community
hull. Mr. Dawson lives on the old
Moffott place, a llttlo north front tho
M. W. Knickerbocker ranch, Every
one is Invited.
A most delightful time wns en
Joyed at a surprise party on Enimutl
Melvlu Knickerbocker last Sunday
afternoon. Guests present were
Misses Nolllo Van Tassel, Wllma
lleunett and Ida Hoss and Masters
Perry Dawson and Lloyd Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hartley and
son Jack, Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln and
Mrs. Paul Scoggln wero guests for
supper at tho Box A ranch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hoss and
daughter Ida and Mrs. Patterson
wero guests for 6 o'clock dlnnor nt
tho Coltolt homo Sunday evening.
Miss K, R. Knickerbocker and
brother Emmott called on Platnvlow
residents Saturday afternoon In tho
Interest ot tho Armenian relief.
A. E. Hoss and Mrs, Patterson
wero business callers In Bond Mon
Jack Hartloy spent Saturday with
Mrs. Louzetta Pulllnm.
Threo new members have been
added to tho local branch ot tho De
schutes farm bureau during tho
II. T. Hartloy Is traveling In u
Ford that ho purchased recently
from Phil Smith.
A. W. Armstrong nud family spent
Sunday evening nt tho Box A ranch.
J. A. W. Scoggln returned homo
last Friday after spending several
wooks near Redmond feeding cattle,
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writing your name and address clear
ly. You will receive In return a trial
packago containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds
nnd croup, Foloy Kidney Pills and
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Adv.
SISTERS MAN HAS
MANY WAR RELICS
SISTERS, March 4. Glenn Cox,
formerly water master of tho Squaw
Creek irrigation ditch, was visiting
friends nt Sisters for a few days this
weak. Boforo coming to Slstors Mr.
Cox visited his father at Cottago
Orovo and also visited frlonds nt
Prlnovllle, Hedmoml, Deschutes nnd
Salem. Mr. Cox has n largu collec
tion ot war relics from tho front In
Franco, whoro ho spent two wooks
nt Verdun beforo tho armistice wns
signed. Mr. Cox enlisted ono year
ago in tho ordnanco department of
tho 346th Hold nrtlllory and wont to
Camp Lewis, from where ho went to
Camp Mills and crossed tho ocenn
for France last September, returning
Mrs. W. X. Cobb, who has returned
from Pendleton, whoro sho has been
visiting her dnughtar, Mrs. Aubrey
Perry, stopped off on her way homo
at Freowator to visit Mrs. Mamlo
Howell nnd son Henry, who Is sick
John W. Dennis and wlfo went to
Redmond Wcdnesdny and returned
with Mrs. M. X. McKlnney, who has
bocn visiting her father-in-law at
Mrs. J. L. Parborry and daughter
Gladys wero shopping at Sisters Sat
urday. A largo crowd gathored at tho Sls
tors hotel for a surprise party which
was given in honor of Glenn Cox,
who has Just returned from Franco,
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Miller, who
have been ut tho Ed Grahutn ranch
nil winter, whoro Mr. Miller Just
completed tho construction ot a
dwelling houso, havo returned to Sis
ters for tho present.
Tho Bcora of tho Slstors-Tumnlo
basotball game at Tumalo Suturday
was 34 to 1C In favor of Tumalo.
Tho Sisters players took tho load In
tho first half, hut lost out in tho last
halt owing to a lack of practlco. Tho
Sisters players, Van Wilson, Harold
Kline, Vorn Skolton, Dotin Van
Matro and Rny Armstrong, had only
ono evening's practlco.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allen and
daughtor Loulso loft Saturday for
their now homo at Vltla, Ore., In tho
McIConzIo river valley.
Porry A. South mado a trip to
Warren Farthing and J. if. Stld
ham succeeded in bagging a silver
Van and Lynn Wilson, Arnold
Brady, F. W. Wobor, Clydo Gist,
Jesse Scott, Mrs. Clydo Gist, Inez
McKlnney, Mrs, Bortha York and
Miss Allco Kapphnhn attended tho
baskotball garoo and danco at Tumalo
Harold Kllno and Vern Skolton
woro at Sisters Tuesday ovenlng.
E. M. Harrington returned from
Mrs, J, H. Stldham, who Is vory
sick, was moved to tho Bend Surgical
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Cobb wont to
Mr. and Mrs. C, Helnmun's for dln
nor. USERS OP SWALLEY
DITCH HAVE MEETING
PLEASANT RIDGE, March 4.
Anton Ahlstrom, J, A. Chuso, F. B.
Baughman, W. H. Gray and Ed
Swalloy attendod the Swalloy ditch
mooting at Deschutes Saturday.
Wiltord Hutchlns, who recontly
bought tho Saundors placo, Is staying
at tho Anderson homo whllo ho does
somo work on his pluco.
Wiltord Hutchlns ot Oregon City
has purchased tho Saundors placo
and will soon movo onto It.
Mrs. 0. E. Anderson was a Tumalo
visitor Friday afternoon.
J. W. Peterson wont to Bond Fri
day. Mrs, Currlo Johnson camo hack
with him to visit huro slstor, Mrs.
Mrs. J. A. Chaso and daughter Ettu
wero Redmond visitors Friday,
Rasmus Peterson und Mrs. Cuth
arlno .lohnnsen. accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs, II, T, Mlkkolsen, woro In
YOUR DRUG STORE
Hut when n man
who enjoys n good
smoke desires a
Cigar he thinks of
this Drug Store
ut the same time.
Magill & Erskine
Our Pfwctiption Drpaitmrnl it Complete
in lively Detail.
Anton Ahlstrom mado n business
trip to Redmond Tuesday.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson entertained
tho following Indies Thursday after
noon: Mrs. W. II. Gray, Mrs. II. T.
Mlkkolsen, Miss Illlnnt Nolqon and
Mrs. Catharine Johnusen.
iMr, nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson, Mrs.
W. II. Gray and Ned Lanu were Bend
Rasmus Peterson went to Bend an
business Thursday. Ho was accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. John Ed
wards. Tho farmers from this neighbor
hood itttondltuc tho llvo stock meet
ing nt Tumnlo Friday afternoon
woro: F. II. Itaughmnn, J. A, Chase,
Anton Ahlstrom nud O. E. Anderson.
W. II. Gray and Anton Ahlstrom
mndo a trip over to tho Tumalo coun
Htnpperi CoiikIi After lnlltieiir.i.
"Foley's Honey and Tar Is tho best
cough medicine I over tried," writes
E. B. McDowcl. R. F, D. 1, Box 119,
Arlington, Tenn. "My sou hud In
fluenza. Ha had the worst kind of a
cough. I tried everything but noth
ing did nny good. God sent mo a
friend with Foloy's Honey nnd Tar,
and In two days his cough wns gone."
PINEHURST, March 4 Among
thnso hauling potatoes to Deschutes
for shipment tho past week wero
Hnrry Dleterlch, W. E. Searcy, Harry
McOulro. Mr. Allen and Mr. Jones.
Mrs. C. M. Phelps spent Wednes
day at tho Bay ley farm.
Violet and Myrtle Spntigh spent
tho week as guests at .11111 Crest.
Raymond Wittier was absent from
school several days this week on ac
count of n severe cold.
Mrs. Garner, Mrs Phelps und
Ethel Snytler wore shopping In Rend
Dr. IIohcIi of Redmond wns called
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People will be glad to know as we
are to tell that this is now head
quarters for Bend's Lowest Priced
Clothing and Dry Goods.
Mens Shoes - - - $2.50
Hl.es tl, II 1.2, I), 01-2. 10, 10 1-1!
Men's and Boys' Hats, 50c to $2,00
Men's Suits, S55 - $5.00 to $ 1 5.00
Boys' Suits, ?S - $3.50 to $10.00
Boys' Overcoats, - $3.50 to $5.00
Women's Coats, - $2.50 to $7.50
Women's Shoes - $1.50 to $2.50
up to und Including slzo f !''
We are selling the "MERITE" line
of Jewelry. Not a cheap line, but a
line handled by some of the largest
firms in the East, where it is better
known. It will be worth your while
to see our stock.
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
one day this week to attend Mrs.
O, M. Couch, who Is quite III,
J. K. ilramhnll of Tumalo pniwod
throUKh I'lnehurst Monday on his
way to the IMno Tree mill.
Mrs Cluronco Phelps and Mrs
John llollmnn and son were cullers
ut tho Hwlsht r homo Friday
Rlnlnti Devent spout the week In
Dend attending to various business
matters, retttrnltiK homo Sunday.
Mrs. C. Pedorsnn spent Thursday
with Mrs. (2. M. Couch.
Reginald llayley and hrother were
hiislneas visitors at I). V. Dellerlch's
Mr and Mrs. John llollmnn and
family of the Pino Treo mill were
visitors In I'lnehurst Friday.
Durward Howell, Violet Spangli.
It II, llayley, .Mrs. P. A. Dover and
Clias, HpaiiKh were shoppliu: In Hand
W. K. Henrcy IohI one of hi lino
Ouernsoy cows one tlay this week
I. K. Winter and sou wero In Dend
Friday IiuyIiik soittii dental work
C. M. Phelps assisted Mr, Allen In
sorting and hauling potatoes to De
schutes several days this week,
POWELL BUTTE HAS
RECORD WET SEASON
POWHM, IllJTTK, March .Tlio,
Powell Ilutto country has boon fav
ored hy moro rain this year than
over beforo. Kvon up on tho buttes
a horse will almost ml re down, 80
much moisture Insures good pasture.
Earl flaundore, former resident of
Powoll Ilutto and onco secretary of
tho Community Hall association, was
a business visitor In this section lust
weok. Mr. Saunders' 'family now
rosldoH nt Seaside.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Truosdnlo woro
Prlnovllle visitors Saturday, Mr,
TruoHdalo was muklng his report as
road supervisor, und Mrs. Truesdalo
Mrs, Jesslu Foster, who litis been
We Fit the
of the Fickle
In workmanship, In leather,
us can ho made. They are tho last Avoid lit Hhoo-mukintf
when you consldor tho quality, workmanship und wcurlnff
seriously III with Inllueuzn, Is now,
Miss Gladys Pauls, who Is tench
In east of Prlnovllle, visited till
Homo folks orer tho week end.
Mr. und Mrs. K A Ilttssett enlorl
mined Mr. and Mrs. Htiirdevant until
MIm Httirdnvnnl of lledmond with it J
dinner Sunday evening, Mr ttniU
Mrs. Stiirdevant are moving nwuy
on Hccnuiit of Mr, Hturdovitut'sJ
R. G. Smith of Prlnevlllo hits com-1
(Continued on Paso 7.)
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