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BRND BUIiTTCTIN, HKND, OREGON, THURSDAY, AIK1I .1, IB IB
i MILLICAN. March 31. A meet
ins was hold nt tho West End school
Jiouso with reference to tho rcsorve
for running cattle on same. An
other mooting wns held Saturday
night, March SO, for tho same pur
pose at tho former Conaway place.
It was followed by u dance.
iMro. Mary Honln mado a business
trip to her placo .Friday.
Miss E. Latuas called nt tho R. R.
Keller homo on school business Sat
urday. Mr. nud Airs. J. J. Holland and
daughter Mary wora Sunday guests
nt tho L. P. Hooncy homestead.
E. W. Oucrney got a load of freight
for our local storekeeper, Ed
A danco was enjoyed Saturday
night at W. Ed Moore's placo.
Mr. nnd Airs. Everett Qrlnstend
were visitors nt tho K. Tnuschcr
. homo Sunday evening.
Tho Tauschors spent Monday even
ing at tho Spencer place.
Leo F. Tauscher, his sister, Mrs.
AI. C. Keller, nnd A. T. Shaver mado
atrip to nend Tuesday.
Win. A. Rnhn. L. F. Tauscher, A.
T. Shaver, Mrs. F. Tauscher and Mrs.
Mary Koller spent n pleasant even
ing nt the J. J. Holland homo Wed
nesday playing cards.
Miss Elslo Wilson called nt the
Itoonoy homo Thursday.
A young man giving the namo of
Douglas was arrested here ono day
last week for passing $200 worth of
worthless checks In nnd around
Mr. nnd Airs. Olc SImonson moved
onto their homestead near Drothcrs
this week. Thoy attended the danco
here Saturday night.
Grover Caldwell visited at the
Frank Pcrclval homo from Wednes
day to Thursday. Mrs. Porclval
caino with him as far as W. Ed
Moore's store to do her trading and
returned to her homo with Mr. Coffey
on tho mail stago.
R. Johnson visited at tho Ream
William Ream made a trip to
Bend tho past week.
L. P. Rooney was n guest at the
Holland home Thursday.
Mrs. C. Graffenberger and son
Walter made a trip to the store on
D. B. Stuart nnd wlfo of Buck
Crook registered nt tho hotel Satur
day night, being on their wny to
Mr. Kerbo nnd family havo moved
ovt to tholr'homcstead ngnln, after
spending tho winter in Bond.
A HEALTH CRUSADE
S r- :
CATTLE ARE MOVED
TO SPRING RANGE
HAMPTON BUTTE, March 31.
Tho Dlack brothers havo moved
some of their cattle to Glass butten
John Carroz made a business trip
to Harden last week.
Mrs. V. Schreder -was tho guest
of Mrs. J. O. Perry one day last
Miss Minnie' Raddatz spent Satur
day and Sunday at tho Mceks homo.
Gladys Mecka passed tho eighth
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Young and wlfo
of Alkali autoed through hero re
cently on their way to Bend. Thoy
were accompanied by J. Hawkins
C. Walters of Wagontlro came over
Sunday to get somo gltsoline. Ho
Charles Cochrane has spent tho
past week looking for his horses,
which strayed away from his home.
Oscar Black and Frank Cross
made somo purchases at tho storo
here last Tuesday.
Mrs. J. M. Brlckey took the mail
stage last Tuesday. She will visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Mickey, at
Redmond for several weeks.
TERREBONNE, April 1. - Tho
health crusade has been taken up
by tho Pnront-Toachors' association
of this vicinity. Its purpose Is to
encourago healthful habits In tho
young folks. There are several do
grevs to be attained nnd both the
parents nnd tho children evince great
Interest. Tho matter was llrat taken
up at the meeting of tho Parent
Teachers association Friday, March
28. Dr. Hosch gave a very Interest
ing talk on tho subject nt that time.
A very cnjoynblo tlmo was reported
by those who attended tho party in
honor of Miss Gladys Gates at tho
I). II. Gates homo last Friday even
ing. Entertainment was provided'
throughout tno evening by games.
Ico cream nnd cako were served as
refreshments. Thoso nttonding tho
party were: Misses Tllllo and Anglo
Hommol, Nclllo Ralston, Adnllno
niotrjeh, Gladyes Gates nnd Mrs.
Hall nnd Messrs. Gconge Rommel,
Paul Williams. Joo McElfresh, Ray
mond Elliott, Mnurlbo Gates and
W. II. Hall.
S. S. Stearns of Prlnovlllo shipped
two carloads of cattle from this point
F. E. Close of Terrebonne sold
seven hogs last week.
The Farmers Union Warehouse
Co. Js preparing to ship n carload of
potatoes to California soon.
The Northorn Grain Co. Is having
tho rye which Is nt tho warehouse
ground preparatory to shipping it to
Mr. Cornelius loft for Hood River
Monday morning for n short visit
with his family.
A surpriso party was held at tho
B. E. Nichols home last Saturday
evening in honor of Mrs. Nichols'
George Rommel purchased Leon
ard MoFaddcn'a motorcycla last
A farewell dance was given nt the
Farmers' Union hall last Wednesday
evening for Mr. nnd Mrs. Morgan,
who arc leaving the community.
Tho Terrebonne high school
students attended tho lecturo nt tho
Redmond high school last Tuesday.
Dr. J. H. Gilbert of tho U. of O. save
a very interesting address on tho
"Foundation of Success."
Tho two Elliott boys havo recontly
returned to Terrebonne. Raymond
has been at Camp Lewis and Edwin
has been overseas. They will visit
hero awhile and then go to Seattle,
where their old positions are await
ing them with increased salaries.
A rabbit drlvo was hold last Sun
day. Tho drive started from Torro
bonpo, drovo northwest, then back
of the Close ranch. Lunch was
served at tho Harvey Dietrich ranch.
A great number of tho pests havo
been destroyed in the three success
ive drives. Another drlvo is planned
for next Sunday.
with a wool plcklivg' nt hor homo on
Thursday afternoon. In th'o course
of tho afternoon n delightful lunch
wns served, Thoso prosont voro:
Mrs. Goorgo Cyrus, Mrs. Frank Ar
nold, Mrs. J, B. HodRou, Mrs. Harold
Kline, Mrs. Frank Burling, Mrs. Ivan
Mlllor, Mrs. Hllltnry, Mrs. Dealt Van
Matrc, Mrs. Frank 'MucDounld, Mm.
It. C. Miller, Mm. R. J. Skeltou, Miss
Vloln Miller nud MUs Gladys Pnr-
Mr. nnd Mm. J, B. Hudson nnd
daughters and Mr. nud Mm. Goorgo
Cyrus nud family attended tho movies
nt Redmond on Sundny ovoulng,
Lloyd Rougher and Vloln Mlllor
spent Sunday afternoon with Mm.
Dean Van Mntro.
H. O, Wilson Is shearing sheep nt
tho Hosklns runch nt Lower Bridge
MIba Marlon Honklim nnd brother
woro In Ctovordalu on business last
Mr. and Mm. J. B. Hodson. Mr.
nnd Mm. Harold Kllno nud Miss
Rnxlo Morris attended tho party held
for tho Abboys nt Redmond Thurs
Vim Wilson, Scotty Messer, Inez
MoKlunoy nnd Gladys Pnrhorry mo
tored to Lower .Bridge on Sunday.
Mm. J. B. Burnsldo is oulto ill this
weok. Dr. Hosch wns sunt for on
Wednesday nnd sho Is very much Im
proved nt present.
JI. H. Kllgoro loft Tuesday for tho
high desert with his cattle.
Van Wilson, Inez AlcKlnney nnd
Scotty Messer woro Thursday even
ing visitors nt tho Pnrhorry homo.
Mr. nnd Mm. J. XI. Pnrhorry woro
cnllore nt the B. C. Kllno home on
Mm. II. C. Mlllor nnd Mm. J. I
Pnrhorry woro visiting nt tho Burn
sldo homo on Friday.
B. C. Kllno wns n caller nt tho
Pnrherry homo on Friday ovonlng.
KILL MANY RABBITS
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
BONDS WIN EASILY
CLOVERDALE, April 1. Tho
election held at the school houso on
March 20 for the purpose or voting
bonds for building it now school
house was carried by a largo major
ity, 27 being in favor of bonds and
Mrs. A. E. Peterson entortalned
Is what we are all trying to .at
tain. A Savings Account is a
good stepping stone.
We Pay 4o Interest.
The First National Bank
WE BANK ON YOU, YOU BNK WITII US
PLEASANT RIDGE. Anrll 1. A
rabbit drlvo wns hold Sunday In tho
vicinity of Forked Horn butte. A
good many people from tho surround
ing country woro present, and nbout
S00 rabbits wcro slaughtered.
Mr. and Mm. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho movies in Bend Saturday
Anton Ahlatrom wns in Redmond
on business Saturday.
Mr. McKny nnd son Harold were
Bend visitors Tuesday.
Mm. C. M. Rodfleld nnd Mm. Mabel
Connolly of Deschutes called on Mm.
O. E. Andoraon Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. nnd iMm. J. W. Potcreon nnd
children wero shopping In Redmond
Mm. O. E. Anderson nnd Wllford
Hutchlns were Bend visitors Wednes
H. T. Mlkkelscn wont to Redmond
Tuesday on business.
Con Breen Is having tho hay which
ho purchased from Anton Aulstrom
hauled to his ranch at Alfalfa.
Rasmus Peterson wont to Bend
Thursday to havo somo dental work,
SISTERS TO HAVE
SISTERS. April 1. Mm. Hnzol
Randolph chlof operator of tho Des
chutes Mutual Tolophonu company of
Redmond, wns n dinner guest nt tho
Sinters hotel last Sundny,
Tho two Larson hoys entered
sohool Monday, which makes tho total
enrollment 40, A dobato will tnko
place at tho school houso Saturday
ovonlng nt 8 o'clock, tho subject of
tho discussion being "Unsolved, that
thu Government Should Own nud op
erate tho railroads." Tho affirmative
upoiikora representing Sisters nru
P. B. Dnvln. F. W. Weber and Vorno
Klof, Tho negative speakers ropro-
Hunting cumminiu uro Harold Kline,
,11, J. Skeltou and A. 13. Peterson,
County Superintendent j, Alton
Thompson, County JuiIro W. !).
Barnes, nnd n third man from tho
audience uro to not na Judges,
Oeorgo Wilson nnd K. M. llRrrlng
ton havo "boon grading thu road from
Sisters towards Bond. The rond Is
now In very good shape.
i Mr. nnd Mm. Frank Arnold of Sla
lom woro nt Clnvordnto Monday.
Allen Harrington received tho
honors In tho spoiling content Fri
day. Ho stayed up tho longest In thu
railroad spoiling content nud in tho
regular spelling contest. Earl Rub-
bins wan onu of tho three up the
longest in thu arithmetic contest.
Freddiu Larson and his sister
ntarted on fool for Bond nt 4 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, but succeeded
In traveling only eleven nilleii when
thoy became weary nnd nought shel
ter nt tho homo of n hospitable ranch
er, and woro later Induced to return
to their home.
Martin Hansen, O. L. Bolsho and
Georgo Meloy, all or Moro, Shnrmnu
county woro nt Slstem on their wny
to Camp Sherman on tho Metollun
C. L. Gist nnd J. G. Wilson Irnnn
dieted business nt Bond Friday,
Mm. Borthn Taylor, who hns been
.visiting nt tho Farthing homo tho
past weok. returuod to Bend Friday
.wltli hor daughter Dorothy, who will
return to Slstem Saturday.
hdward Graham was In from
Rodney Foster und Evulyn Mad
droit of Madras woro married at Mad
ras Wednesduy nnd caino to Hitters
Thumdny, and will bo nt homo at tho
poster ranch In Englo creek valley,
A nine pound baby girl wan born to
Mr. nnd Mm. Christ. Soronnen Frlduy
Erakluo Wood wnn nt Sister limi
Thumdny on hln wny to a summer
resort on tlio Metollun to make tho
nrrnngemontH for tho summer. Mr.
Wood departed Friday for Burns.
August Krug of Chcmolah, Wnnh.
hnn been at Slstem for n few days
looking after tho estate of bin bro
ther who was burned at his homo
last Monday morning.
We Fit the Feet
of the Fickle Public
In workmanship, In leather, In ntylo, our shoo uro an lino
an can hn made. Thoy nro the last word In nhoiHiinklnif
when vou counldor thu quality, wurkinnushlp and wearing
LOVbN S, STREET
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
Forester Perry A. South mado n
busluesH trip to Hudmoiid und llond
Mm. Grogau nnd Mm. William
Arthur were shopping ut, SlHtum last
Mm. William Coombs wnn nt Sin
tern hint Saturday.
John Brunn hauled n load of lum
ber from tho Wilson mill to thu II
L. Tonoii ranch Saturday, Mr, Tone
will erect nn addition to hln dwell
Vorn Skeltou wan. In from Clover
dale Saturday .
Thomas nnd Frank Arnold wora In
from Clavordulo Friday,
Mr. and Mm. Perry South nnd the
children nnd F. W, Weber wero nt
LAMB YIELD LARGE
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE April, 1. Tho
OTallnhan llrothom, who recently
purchnsrd tho William Wilson ranch
(Continued on Pago 7.)
tmc HJJSSELL TRACTOR,
nuiki in kk zweca
OUILTIH ALL Wit!
CAN AND PEA THRESHERS
CALL Oft WRIT! TOR PARTICULARS
C. J Hlndmun is papering tho
Newt Cobb house.
Nowt Cobb has taken charge of
tho sheep nt tho Hosklns ranch nt
Lower Brldgo for Mr. Mnhnffoy, vice
president of tho Central Oregon Bunk
.Mr. and Mm. Walter May of Bend
wcro nt Slstem Wednesday to moko
final proof on their homestead on the
Mr. and Mm. J. J. Wilt havo been
fencing their ranch, formerly tho
John W. Donnln and Anthony
Roach ha7o loosed tho Davis ranch
for tho season.
C. L. Gist In making extensive Im
provements on hln 8lntera property.
Tho Turn-n-Lum mill commenced
cutting lumber lant Saturday .
Motor Car Sale i
Now being conducted at Vancouver Harracks,
Vancouver, Washington, by the
United States Spruce Production Corporation
Motor Trucks, 1 1-2 to 5 ton, $1,000 to $4,200.
Trailers, 2 1-2 to 5 ton, $100 to $1,000.
Fords', $000 to $150.
Also a few passenger ears of other makes. All cars
carry prices plainly marked. Come and see and buy.
For further information addreM Automobile
Dcpt.. Salei Hoard, United States Spruce Pro
duction Corporation, Yeon Bldtf., Portland. Or.
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Saturday April 5th, 1919
EVERYBODY IS CORDIALLY
. INVITED TO ATTEND
THE TREND OF FASHION
WILL BE SHOWN
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