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IKN1) nUIiLNTIN, 1IHNI). OMKGON, THUIliUiAY, MAY !M, 110.
EXAMS GIVEN AT
MI1..UCAN, May ID. Mrs. Hol
land Is conducting tho eighth grado
examinations nt tho West End school
house. Bonny Qrnffonborgor, Mary
M. Holland nnd Thomas E. Going
arc taking tho exams,
E. Ouornoy is now carrying
Iho mall on Mr. Coffey's route.
Mrs. Going and son Tom called at
the Holland homo Thursday.
Mrs. Fleming and grandchildren.
Virginia and Edith Rosin, wcro out
to visit with their daughter nnd
mother. Mrs. Mary Rosin, returning
to Demi Thursday.
Mrs. I.. A. Chaffer and Mary Hol
land mndo a business trip to Qcnd
Guy Shaffer was a Bend visitor
Virgil and Bertha Spencer nnd
Melba nnd .Mervln Henklo called nt
the Holland homo Sunday.
Benny Qraffenberger and Tom
Going -wore Sunday callers at tho
Holland homo, also It. II. Keller and
, -sons Walter and Hoy.
Mrs. Morgan spent several days In
Bend tho past week.
Quite a fow from hero attended
Iho dance nt Brothora Saturday
Leo Keller and son Harold went to
Bend Sunday, having finished putting
in his crop and fencing 40 acres.
Mrs. Morgan was on tho sick list
one day this week.
Mrs. J. J. Holland and son Joseph
visited nt tho It. II. Keller homo
Mrs. Holland was employed at the
T. E. Going homo Wednesday.
PLEASANT RIDGE MAN
WEDS IN CORVALLIS
PLEASANT ItlDOE. May 20. Mrs.
O. E. Andorson conducted tho eighth
grado examination nt tho Pleasant
ltldgo school this week .
Word was recoied hero of tho mnr
rlngo of Wilfred B. Hutchlna and
Miss Everta Roberts, nt Corvnllls,
Oregon, on May 12, 1919. Mr.
Hutchtns recently bought n form In
this neighborhood nnd will bring his
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Mahaffcy nndJ
IL M. Slovens of Bend, accompanied
by Mr. Sanders of Portland -wcro call
ers nt tho Anderson home Tuesday
School closed In this district on
Friday, May 9. A picnic was hold
on tho river by the pupils and their
teacher, Miss Ruth Kasemeycr.
Mrs. O. E. Andorson was In Red
mond on business Friday morning.
Dr. A. Potty of Portland was a
guest at tho Gray home several days
Mr. Whlto was In Bend on busi
ness Tuesday. .
C. P. Bcckor of Turaalo. deputy
county assessor, was In thlb neigh
Mrs. E. D. Swalley and her mother
Mrs. Jones were Bend visitors on
W. H. Gray installed a telephone
in his homo this week
1V1LAT ONE MOTHER DOES.
Mrs. P. Bennett. 7 Wawayanda
Place. MIddlelown, N. Y., writes: "I
have given Foley's Honey and Tor to
my little boy, and cannot recommend
It too highly as I think it is the only
medicine for coughs and colds." Fino
for croup 'and whooping cough, as
well as coughs and colds. Contains
no opiates. Sold everywhere. Adv
in Bend shopping
Anton Ahlstrom wus In Redmond
on business Tuesday .
Madison Holton. Willie Peterson
and Lcsllo Houghtnllng wcro in
Bend Saturday evening .
Mr and Mrs. E. 11. Stewart of
Powell Buttcs spent Sunday on the
river near tho Gray planco.
It Is reported that John W. Gray
ant Mlso Esther Ramey of Bond
wero married on Wednesday evening
May 14, at Bend.
Fred Seeling of Bend was a caller
at the W. H. Gray home Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs
snent Sunday on the river near
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Mlkkolsou nnd
son Alfred wcro. tho, guests of Mr,
and Mrs. Olo Hanson nt Deschutes
Miss Ruth Knsomyor, having com
pleted hor term of school In tho
Pleasant rldgo district left for her
homo near Bond Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 13, Anderson at
tended tho party nt tho .Deschutes
hotel Saturday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilfred II. Hutchlna
arrived from Oregon City on Satur
day morning, Thoy will move Into
tho Williams houso tor tho summer.
Anton Ahlstrom and Miss llllmn
Nelson wero trading in Bond Satur
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lnndlugham nnd
Grandmu Swalley nt Bund wore,
callers nt tho Ed Swnltoy homo Sun
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns ac
companied Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Rleb
holt ot Redmond to Gruy Buttcs Sun
day. , t
Miss Joyce Wood, who Is intend
ing high school In Bond, spent iho
wook-end with hor parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. N. I. Wood. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. John W Gray of
Bond visited Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11.
She Kinds llerself.Much Better.
Lama back, rheumatic pains, stiff
ness and soreness in. muscles and
Joints can be quickly relieved. Mrs.
U Wnvue, 272G 3rd St.. Ocean Park,
Cal., writes: "I used to have pains
In my right hip. I could hardly turn
In bed. Now I find I nm much bettor
by using Foley Kidney Pills. Llko
wlso. pains In my back loft." Sold
BACK FROM OVERSEAS
CLOVBRDALB. May 21. Private
Robert Burling nrrlved In Tncoma
on Wednesday after service overseas
with the 42nd division for over 14
months. Ho' nnd his wife will visit
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Burling of
Cloverdnln in the near future
Mrs. O. E. Andorson spent Tuesday L In In Pnrborry, Jcsso Scott, Cal
Burnsldo nnd several others from
Clovcrdalo nnd Lower 'Bridge nro
working on tho fence at 'tho Dry
Creek cattlo rango station this wedk.
preparatory to turning tho cattlo on
Verno Skolton took Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hillcnry to Klamath Falls on Satur
day. Mrs. Black Is on tho sick list this
F. J. Burling was a business caller
at the E. 7. Peck ranch on Sunday
A. B. Peterson and Schubcl were
O. E. Anderson callers nt the Burnsldo homo Sunday
the river near evening.
Pig Club Week
. x IN OENTRAL OREGON
The banks of the United States have heeil llio chief hackers of the Bdys nnd
Girls Pir, Sheep nnd Cnlf Clubs nnd luiVo advanced the money for their operation
FOR the purpoia of encouraging1 and siaiitinii the uoy and tflrli on tlia farm to en
tfatfo jn intelligent and toientifio itoek rat'iintf, andat the Mine time teaching them
the principles of buiinei and thrift, we ore starting the ( Pint Notional Hank of
Bend PIG CLUB and will lupnly the piV to thoie children filling out thii coupon and
mailing it to the Pint National Bank of Bendt
I HEREBY APPLY for Mmnborshlp In tho FIRST NATIONAL HANK PIU
CLUIL I-nth years old nnd tny address Is
... I agree lo glvo my nolo for tho cost of
tho pig 1 gut, payable six mouths after date with Interest nt six per cent, per annum.
I agree to take good care of my pig, keep careful records ot his fond cost, and I
agree to exhibit him at tho First National Hunk Pig; Hhow In lU'ittl, In tho fall ot
1919. I will sell my pig in the fall, when tho Bank makes the Pig Club shipment:
and whatever profit there Is over tho amount of tuts note ami Inturest Is to ho my ovwi.
Signature of applicant
I ngrco to sign tho nolo, nn per your plan, and to assist tho child In his work,
Signature of P,nreul or Guardian.
1 THE HANK OF SlM'EHfolt Ml'ltVIC'E
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
Van Wilson, Inox McKlnnoy nnd
Bert Chaunco wore calling on (llndys
Parborry Wednesday evening.
Frank Arnold has purchased a now
U Bonn Cyrus spent tho week-end
H. O, Wilson and family motored
to Bond on Sunday evening.
Frank Beard was n caller nt tho
Long homo on Sunday.
I). II. Long mndo n trip to the high
desert hist week.
J.'H. Hudson and family and Frank
Arnold and family wore fishing on
Squaw creok Sunday. Frank Arnold
mndo a record catch.
Roxlo Morris returned from Cul
ver on Sundiiy, where she was called
owing, lo tho Illness of hor brother.
Mrs. Irvln E. Pnrborry nnd Mrs.
Frank Burling were shopping In
WILLIAM HENDERSON'S RANCH
ONE MILE WEST OF TUMALO BRIDGE
Tues., May 27
10 A. M.
The Following Will Be Sold
1 Garden Seeder
1 160-Egg Incubator
Lots of Harness
1 Horse Cultivator
1 Bay Horse, 9 years old
1 Black Mare, 5 years old
1 Black Colt, 2 years ojd
1 McCormack 7-ft. Binder
1 Packer and Roller
1 Blacksmith Outfit
1 Drill and Several Bits
1 Voven Wire Stretcher
1 Fannin?? Mill
2 Horse Hayrakes
1 Hay Fork and Rope
8 Good Horse Collars
6 Sets of Work Harness
2 Steer Calves
2 Milch Cows
1 Yearling Heifer
3 Farm AVagons
2 Hayracks .
1 Gang Plow
2 Walking PIows
1 Sulky Plow
2 Disc Harrows
1 Steel Drag
1 26-fl. Harrow
1 Potato Planter
1 Potato Digger
1 Light Wagon
3 Potato Forks
1 Tank Pump
1 large Success Manure Sprerider
1 Bay Colt, gelding, 3 years old
1 Set Single Buggy Harness
1 Sorrel Horse, 12 years old
1 Bay Colt, mare, 1 year old
1 Family Grinder Mill
1 Cream Separator '
1 Lady's Side Saddle
1 Sickle Grinder
1 18 Double Disc Monitor Grain
1 McCormack Mower
1 Champion Mower
1 Saddle and Bridle
1 Hand Truck
Many other articles top numerous
TERMS: All sums of $ 1 0 and under, cash. All amounts over
$10 a credit of ten months on bankable paper at 1 0o interest;
5 o discount for cash.
PINKIE RENNOLDS, Auctioneer R. H. PARSONS, Clerk
Sisters on Monday.
In Dona Cyrus spent Iho wook.cnd
Hill Fryrcnr nnd Sterile rode for
cattlo In tho Lower llrldge country
Lloyd Rougher spent Sunday at tho
II, C. Mlllor residence.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T llnrrlson wero
calling nt tho Pnrburry mid Long
homes on 8undny.
POWELL BUTTE MAY
ADD ' NINTH GRADE
POWEM, IJl'TTE. May 20 The
school hoard of Wilson school mot
Sunday night nnd mado out tho hud
gut for tho ensuing school year. Plan
were discussed and laid looking. to
wnrds n profitable school your. It Is
hoped now that it will ho possible to
and Mrs. E. A. lluiwott, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross IiusNutt, nnd daughter .Margar
et. I.oyd nnd Fay Russet I, Minn Crys
tal Hturdcvnnt, Miss Mitt Hohbort,
and Miss llnznl Ihtynu
Minn Thatcher, daughter of Dr.
Thatcher ot Portland, Is tho houso
guest of Mrs. Joint Drlscnll.
Mrs Martha Foster Is visiting with
Iter brother, Jake Crultur lit Red
mond. Miss Jessie Hartley was tho guest
nt friends In Powell Hullo Sunday.
Miss Hartley's school tit Alfalfa Is
finished nnd sjto will go lo I.ns An-
I gules for n visit before her term be
glnn In the Wilson district early In
Miss Crystal Hturdnvant, hits closed
n successful term of school In the -8hephord
district. She will Join her
parents In Bpoknuo soon.
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which ha. u?t taken the elgliH. grade l lo Ih. lle.Hnond jnnrke.
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Charlton and son Charles, Junior,
were fishing on tho Deschutes last
They were on their way .to
California and stopped over to visit
with old neighbors.
The Powell llutto Hnrosls club met
nt tho homo ot Mrs. Iln)nn mi May -t,
a mrrv t.uneli of nlcnlcers from"11 ,l"' "onto hi i,,r"- !""" j -.
Wl iZul Uexplo?e,lPDryTk tti.dlA very pleasant time was spent In
visited nt Dominie Murgcss' snoop
enmp last Sunday They wero Mr
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