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1JIJNI) 1IUMJCTI.V, I1KNI), OKKOOS, TIIUItHPAY, MAY S3, ll(l
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CLUB ASKS FOR
XA.MIM 01.' IU MM HU(iKHTI2l
l-'Oll AITOINT.MHNT AH HI'KCIAIi
WAIUHJNM HAM HUM) DKl'UTV
(From Saturilny'it Dolly.1
IlacoiuiiHimliitloiiH for tlin itppolnt
nioiit of 12 moil from thla'm'cllon iih
special gamo wnrdnns worn Hindu
hint night nt llio mooting or tlio Hod
and (Inn club, Tho mumliiirM of tlio
club liuvo boon glvuu to understand
Unit tlinlr ntconiinoiiiIMIotiH will tm
nctoil on Immi'dluloly. Another ro
il u out miido, iiHkliiK tlio appointment
of it snlurlud deputy vMirdun for Con
trol Oregon, In not ho curtain or fill
nllmdnt. At present this work In nil
In thu hands or W. 0. llndley, whoso
li(adiUitrl!r urn nt Tim Dulles,
Tlio special appointments which
dm cluh Is nuking Includo tlio niitiios
of I). (I. Md'horson, W. C. Hlrdsull,
a M. MclCny, It. H. Iliimllton, Al
IMwnrdH, V. It. Hpuck, C. A. iluydoii.
J. 0. IthodH, A. O, Schilling, Or. W.
0. .Manning, Lloyd Doutlill und I). .
(Uontlniiml from Pitgii 1.)
DEPOSITS AT BANK
REACH HIGH MARK
(From Thuratlny'a Dally.)
Indlcntlvu of tlio prosperity which
Horn! and tint surrounding country
nro enjoying In tliu report iniiilii to
day liy 0. H. Iluditou, president or tho
Flint Natlonnl bunk,. that for tliu
punt Mix weekH deponltn nt the hunk
linvo cleared more thnn 11,000,000
Thu First National has pastfed tho
million nfurk liaforo, hut It has been
In the full when ranchers wuro reullx
lug heavily on sheep und wool, Thn
KprliiK season In generally considered
na thu dull time or thu yeur In thn
banking business, and tho fact that
doposlta nro reaching so lurgo n total
l taken an u most favorable Indication.
.. BEND CHAUTAUQUA
(From Thunidny'a Dnlly.)
Oaten for thn 101!) Chautauqua
wore fixed today In n letter from thu
KllUou-Whltn company, which hua
thu contract for supplying thu talent
for thu hit; entertainment hero, for
July 2 to 7, IiicIurIvo. An overseas,
liinrtut la featured :ia one of thu
nix mualcnl attraction, with Judge
Aldeu or Massachusetts, handing thu
lint of apeukors.
Homotbing to aollt Adrortlts In
Thn Ilullotln'a clnnlflod column.
visiting mid planning for tlio future
work, MiihIcuI uunihorii wnru ren
dered by MIhh llnynu, Mrs. Churltpn
and MrH, John Drlscoll. Tho hostess
aorvud dullcloim rofroHhmotita, und
wiih nnslstud hy MIhh HiikoI Hay no
nod Mrn. J. I. IllggH. Tlio next meet
ing will ho Mothers' day for tho club
mid will bo hold nt Community ball,
May 2K, with Mrn. B. A. lluiisott mid
Mth, John Drlscoll na hostesses.
MIhh l'nulluo Truosdiilo conducted
tho eighth grwlo uxufnluntloiin In
dlHtrlcl 17 mid David Htlll In tho
Kd wards dlHtrlcl.
Mr. nml Mrn. Oliver Powell of
I'rluovlllo canio out for it vlnll to
tho TrueHilnlo homo Saturday even-
In if, Minn Paulino accompanied
thriin home mid will remain for tho
IiIkIi school couimonceinetit week .
Frank Miy of Ilend wiih lit Powell
IIu t to Huvurnl iloyn lant weak looking
ufter IiIh Interests hem.
Quite it number from hero at
tended thu trnclc meet ut Mad rati on
Haturday, They worm Mr. mid Mr.
John Hkeen, Mr. mid Mrs Josno
Tuck, Hoy Hkeen, Mr. mid Mm, I'.
It, Agon, Lloyd mid Fny IJuHHett,
Cryaful Hturdovuul mid Ifuxol Ilayne,
They report it pleasant time.
Mth. Tweet mid children wero In
Demi visiting lnnt week.
Charles Charlton, Jr., Karl Tweet,
Herman Llnduulst, IMpar Pjitentou
mid Mm. C. M. Churltou attondod tho
Hoy Hcout entertainment In lied
moiid Tucwday night.
Mr, llnmm, from Wasco, In Jioro
closing up Home tractor iialet,
Mr, mid Mrn, John Draper moved
to llend IiihI week.
t A. I'ellott, from Seattle, la visit
ing IiIh purontH, Mr. mid Mrs. V. n.
Mr, (Irnveii mid Mr. mid Mra.
Harvey Oaten nro attending tho grand
Iftdgo of tho Hubuknlm mid Odd
FcIIowh at Holom thlH week, Mr. mid
Mth. (I a ten Intend to visit nt New
born and Hood Itlver before return
Mra. .a dn MncOrogor of Ilend
vlHlted In Hi la vicinity IiihI Friday
W. O. KalHtou nhlppcd two car
loads of wheat to tliu Vancouver
Hour mllla hint week.
A delegation or 20 students,
teacliem mid purontH attended tho
track meet nt Madras fluturday,
A aoclnl meeting or tho Parent'
Toachera' association will bo held
Friday even Iiik, thu 23rd, Tho plan
of an old fuHhloned district achool
Ih to be carried out throughout tho
evening. All Interested nro Invited
hi: dokh iikavv woihc.
"I tlf heavy work, nnd that Ih a
Htraln on n mnn'a klduoya," wrltoa
Hurt Dawnou, Canton, 111., "My
trouble atarlod with sevoro, aharp
palm over ray back. I bouitht it
bottle of Foloy Kidney Pllla, mid bo
fore It wna koiio, my pallia bud en
tirely loft mo." They bnnlah rhou
matlc pulna, backache, aorcnesa, BtlrT
nesa. Hold ovorywhoru.--Adv.
TO HOLD MEETING
TKHHKnON'NK, Mny ZU Mra
Colllna V. Klklna of I'rluevllle, rep
reauntntlvii of thu Federated Wont
uii'h clubn, will apeak to (bu ladlea
nt I.. P. C. hall Homu day next week,
thu dato to bu nrratiRed tutor. Her
aubjucl will bu tho uuw meunurca to
bu voted on nt thu next election. All
who pOHslbl) can altould pluu to at
tend. A troop or 12 (llrl Scouta hna been
nrr.uulxed here. All have panned tho
tenderfoot lent nnd nro wearing tho
O. H. plna. A "hlliu ' la planned for
Rntiirdity, May 24, with Mbui Irma
Keenoy iih loader. Thu Scouta liuvo
been orKuulzed under tho direction
of Mra. 0. I.. WhltelH, but Mra. W. J.
Hull will bu their captain thla aum
mur. Mr, McKwou, Mra. Dcklcr nnd Mra.
llruco left for Portland Thumduy
Mr Allordyco'a daiiRliter from
Aluakit la vlaltlux here.
Mra. W A. Plckelt'a brolhor leH
for The Dallea Friday inornlnK.
PORTLAND MAN BUYS
SIBTEItB, Mny 20. Mr. mid Mm.
King wuro In Blatcra Baturday on
Mr. C. A. Allen und futility leave
Monday for their now homo on Mc
BlHlera ncbool cloned Frldny, May
10, Mlna Kupphuhn und tho Klrla
aurved tunch and touated niartihinal
Iowh ufter achool.
Mr. Wooda of Portland went
through Blatora Baturday on bis way
to thu Allendale ranch, which ho baa
Mra. II. IC. Allen of Blatnra was In
Hond Friday und Baturduy on bual-
F. W. Weber, principal or tho Bla
tcra achool returned to Dend Sunday
where bo will tuku u ponltlon In tho
Mr. and Mra. J. II. Tnylor of Ilend
were In Blatora Friday to gel their
dauKhtur Mlna Dorothy who linn nt
tonded achool hero tho paat ulno
Mra. J. II. Stldham nnd Fred Mc
Klnney were Ilend vlsltom Thumduy.
W. F. Wobor baa purchased a now
Mr. nnd Mra. I). I.. Tono and MIsh
LoiiIho Bunnnern of Portlund, nnd
Mra. Chnrlen Hummera of Chicago,
wero In town Wednesday.
Van Wllaon mndo n trip to Hod
mond Wcdileadoy, tnkltiB W. F. B.
Wllaon to tho doctor.
Tim Callahan, with tho Dan An
luiyl Slivup company, wna In Blatcra,
inking out Mr. iialley'a ahearlnt;
W. N. Cobb .mndo a trip to tho
Lowor Ilrldgo country nflor corralls
for thn Dan Angland Bhcep company.
JchsIu Bcotl uu'd Linn -Wilson, ac
companied by tho Kuppahnhn win
ters of Seattle, mndo n trip to tho
Motollua Sunday. Mlsa Allco Kuppa
hnhn, who hua accepted tho position
of primary teacher In tho Sinters
uchool for tho second term, will re-'
turn to Bcattlu with her sisters to'
spend tho summer vacation."
Harold Allen or Ilend vlHlted with
bis puruntn Sunday.
J. II. Stldham and Warren Forth-
Inc have returned from lower Squaw
creek where they hnvo completed tho
fish ladder In tliu C. N. Soronsen
Dan Holslnc was up from tho Mc-
tollus huvliiK Bouiu work done nt tho
Mr. Hosa of Plnlnvlcw delivered
aomo thoroughbred sheep nt tho
Homu partlen atternptrd U no
ncrons tho McKenzlu pass with u team
mid fulled on account or tho snow.
Joo Uuckley or lledmond panned
through Sinters with n loud or house
hold Koodn ror Voting mid Olson or
tho Buttle lake aummor resort.
Mr. OIhoii has JiihI returned from
Portland where he has been procur
ing nine more motor boats which will
bo placed on Bummer, lilue and
Huuuw lakes for tho aummor tourlal
Mra. M. McKlnnoy received u telo
grun Friday from her aon Herbert
who linn been In Franco tor aoveral
nioutha, that ho hud arrived In Now
York und expected to bo homu soon.
Mr, iiid Mrn Walter Graham made
n trip to Oraudvlew Sunday.
LOWER BRIDGE HAS
A FAREWELL PARTY
LOWKH IIIUDOB, May 21. A
farewell parly wan xlven ut tho school
homo on Monday evening for Mr.
mid Mrs. L A Hunt and fumlly. A
largo number or friends attended,
who presented them with a beauti
ful casserole Mr. Hunt left Wednes
day ror Heppnur, whoro ho Is to bo
county agricultural agent ror Mor
row county. Mrs. Hunt nnd children
will visit with relatives In Hedmond
mid Portlund und other valley towns
before Joining Mr. Hunt.
Mra. Kurl I'pdlke has given up her
school on tho Mctollus and moved
to II vo permanently on tho' 'Hoy
Howard ranch, which Mr. Updlko bus
tieorgo Ileeln went back to Fort
Ilock on Tuesday to bring his mother
to bis place at Long Hollow.
Jack Dook wna In I ted mond Tues
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Towno. Irom Tacoma,
Wash., spent tho past week visiting
with their sou, It. S. Townu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Fuller wcro in
Redmond Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mra. Hoy Kidder wero
shopping In Hedmond Baturduy.
Darwin and Fred Walter. Miss
Forn Walter and Dorothy Wells at
tended thu field duy at Madras -Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Hobcrts und
Paul Ilrooklnga wcro down from Bond
Sunday to spend tho day at Horace
Joo Howard la hauling his wheat
to Terrebonne this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Parka, who have sold
their pluce on tho Metollus, uro
spending thu wcuk visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Updlko.
Mra. KIkIp Huuser had tho mis
fortune ot spraining her wrist badly'
John BtopL Jim West and Mr.
Huuser were In Hedmond Saturday.
Mra. A Kotzmnu und mother and
fnthor wero vialtlng friends al Lower
11 ridge on Tuesduy,
Kills Kdglngton, from Sisters, wna
fishing on tlio Deschutes Bundny
GHABH IH THHKH W'lU'MH ISDIMND,
HHPOUTH HUI'KUVIMOH .IACOII
BOX UIGU WI.VDH BUCK .MOW
TUItK VMM TUB SOIL.
Ing roomn for bathorn nnd will hnvo
n dance floor and bonlnfor campers.
TAKKS HOLD AND 1IBLPB.
Miirlo Holslor, Frecport, III.,
writes: "I had rhoro or losa of m
cough ror 10 years and I hnvo tnkort
'jtilto n number or rnodlclncs. Nono
or thorn takes hold nnd helps llku
Foloy'n Honey nnd Tar." This old,
reliable cough syrup promptly hulps
coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping
cough. Contains no opiates. Sold
Four chairs at your norvico at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adr.
(From Frldoy'n Dally.)
Cold weather extending Into tho
lata spring has made tho grazing sea
son on tho Slatera-Mctollus range
thrco weeks later than tho average
thin year, la tho report made by For
est Supervisor N. O. aJacobson, Just
returned to Ilend front a trip or In
spection through tho Sisters coun
try. Growth of grass has been check
ed to such nn extent that It will bo
Imposslblo to allow stock on tho
range until tho first of Juno, he de
clares. At present there is plenty
or tnolsturo in tho ground but this
Ik- being dried up by tho high winds,
At Buttles lako Mr. Jncobson noted
that thq work Is being started on the j
renovutlon of tho summer resort at j
that place. Tho new holders of thu
concession arc fitting up now dress-1
Mr. & Mrs. Rancher
IT WILL PAY YOU
to get your
Wt always gi'v the biggest
ralue for the Dollar.
IVhen in BenJ he suie you
a come in and tee ut.
A to Z Grocery
McCuiilon & Johotcn. Piopi.
134 Oron St. Skuto Hclw. Bldj.
Diamond CHICK FOOD
SAVES LITTLE CHICKS and
f kelps them to grow into big, strong, healthy birds.
Q A eletn, trfcoloetn. nslart food no dart no mdi.
Kef tho ducLs ittMkhy n!tnakc. them grow fast.
"Uokffat Nam anJTnU Mark nEetTjOritfaIPKfat
OUR 1919 CATALOGUE
Of "diamond Quality" Poultry Supplier listing
.rrerj-UiIng ntcetiry hi Oxe prbutl production of poultry
mailed tr on raquttt Aik f ci Ctulo No. 762
"BUCKEYE" Incubators and COLONY Brooder Stoves
'lillli in fflitr
CENTRAL OREGON PARMER
PUBLISHED BY THE BEND HARDWARE COMPANY.
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m&$MK&. IXZU. UT I iHM
v aiaasisgfTT' ml i ' aajiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim. t Bumim v.
IP ITT' A . iiiiiiiiii J iiiiiK ikK-
After weeks of waiting,
we have been able to buy
a limited amount of seeds.
Our stoek is not heavy
and should we be able to
buy more we would be
forced to sell at a higher
YOU can't help cutting loose joy 'us
remarks every time you flush your
smokespot with Prince Albert it hits
you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy
pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy
ing us it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fourl
It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure
pasture 1 For, P. A. is trigger-ready to give you more
tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer.
That's because it has thp quality,
Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down
that P. A. did not bito your tongue or parch your throat.
And, it never will I For, our exclusive patented process
cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tonguel
Toppy tJ bast, llity red tint, hanJtomt pound und half pound tin
humidors ana that clevtr, practical pound crystal glas$ humidor, with
tpang moUttner top that ktept th tobacco in tuch perfect condition,
R. J, Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SaUm, N. C
Raymond Scorch, McCook, Nobrua
ka was it trail boy. And that Isn't
tho worst or It. Last sprlnfc tho doc
tors told him that ho could not llvo
unless ho lived out ot doors.
You know last year ovoryono was
RrowInK Burdens and llaymonil Jolno
one ot tho 4-II garden clubs con
ducted by tho stato collogo or agri
culture In connection with tho statu
college or agriculture. At first he
waB not strong enough tb do much bo
tho other boys und girls helped to
do, tho heavy spading. Hut llay
monil could rake, and plant seed, and
water, but not too long ot course.
Hut evory week lip round ho could
do h little more, and It wasut long be
fore ho noticed a dllToronco In his
health, "tor hotter, rrom day o day.
Hy that tlmo tho plants wero up
sovurul Inchea nnd tho .weeds wero
growing right alongside Tho sun,
fresh ulr, and lutorest in getting on
ahead ot those weeds helped tho boy
to grow strong and ho soon found
that ho could work several hours a
day without getting tired.
Tho lionna, tomatoes, cucumbers,
and potatoes grew so lino thut In the
rail 'Ilnymond found that ho had
cleared $22.25, and tho doctors said
ho wna on IiIh way to becoming ctroug
and well, and ublo to do whatever
other boys or his age und blzo
These prices pre'vail until present stock is exhausted
R4 Clover 53c
Timothy ,. 16c
Orchard Grass 38c
Sweet Clover 35c
A Large Size DeLaval at a Bargain!
Owner is leaving country on account of illnci. It you are
interested, write or phone ui. This machine i practically
new and can be bought at a big sacrifice.
We also have a Second Hand U. S. $40.00
cash takes this $95.00 Machine.
Bend Hardware Company