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BEND nUI.LKTIN, BEND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 17, !1tf
"See here, says the Good Judge
I want to remind you
about that small chew
of this good tobacco.
It tastes better because
it's good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
' , Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
PICNIC ENJOYEb AT
ARE SOLD AT $600
MIILLICAX. July 15. Mr. and
Mrs. Everett Grlnstcad made a trip
Bend 'Monday, returning the follow
A. T. Sharer made several trips to
Bend this week.
Mrs. L. A. Shaffer and son Guy
were Bend visitors one" day this
Little Walter Graffenberger has
not been well recently. His father
and mother took him to Bend Wed
nesday for the purpose of consulting
a physician. Guy Shaffer took them
In to town.
C. H. Graffenberger bought 13
head of cattle from Fred Klgcr for
600. The deal was closed last Sat
urday. Mr. Klgcr and family Intend
to make their home near Corvallis
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland and
daughters -Mary and Hazel were Sun
day visitors at the Rooney home.
END LONG AUTO TRIP
Mrs. Everett Grlnstead and sou
Glen visited with Mary Keller last
George Cook and family received
the sad news that their oldest daugh
ter Ethel passed away in Illinois on
July 3. They have the heartfelt
sympathy of all the community.
Mrs. George Cook visited with her
husband at Bend for several days,
L. G. Morgan called at the Keller
Mrs. M. C. Keller and Frank Grin
stead made a trip to Bend Saturday.
Mrs. Keller returned with her broth
er, Leo Tauscher, Saturday evening,
while Mr. Grlnstcad remained for
J. A. Smith and son J. M. Smith,
left for their ranch in Washington to
start the harvest. J. A. Smith is ex
pected to return here this week with
a carload of cattle.
L. G. Morgan and wife called at
the R. R. Keller place Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Morgan Intends to make a
trip to Bend this week.
J. J. Holland Is busy hauling wood,
getting ready for the well drillers
which are expected at bis place this
Mr. ond Mrs. C. II. Graffenberger
and son Walter were business visi
tors at the Fred Kiger home Satur
day. Tom Going has been a steady caller
at the Holland home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland visited
at the Rosin home recently.
R. R. Keller, accompanied by C.
II. Graffenberger, made a business
trip to Bend last Wednesday.
L. G. -Morgan went to Bend with
L. F. Tauscher Sunday, returning on
CLOVERDALE. July 15. Mrs.
F. M. Lantz and children and Miss
Sarah Long have returned from a
ten day's motor trip In tho valley.
They visited many coast towns nnd
also Bpcnt some time in Portland.
Miss Gladys Pnrberry returned to
her home hoce from Sisters Friday
evening, where alio has been em
ployed in the teiephono office for
the past week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Burling
spent tho Fourth on a fishing trip to
tho Metollus river.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Klein and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hodson attended
tho dance at Suttle lake Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. E. Parberry. W. A.
Jacobs and A. Holmgren spent Satur
day and Sunday tubing at Alder
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klein and Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Hodson were Sunday
.evoning visitors at tho Parberry
PLEASANT VALLEY. July 15. A
nlfcnlc Was hold on tho river nl 'LUtlo
falls Sunday. TIiohu present wore:
Mr. Dobson, Mr. Claim, Dorothy
Robblna nnd Howard Ruluuy nnd
Fred Koollnc of Bend, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Olu Hnnsou and JIaiis Iliumun of
Deschutes and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H.
Gray, Mr. nnd !Mrs. John Gray, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. T. 'Mlkknlneu, Alfred
Mlkkolson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. O. K.
iMr. nnd Mrs. W. Ii. Hutchtits and
Mrs. O. vE. Anderson wore In Red
mond Wednesday evening.
HnsmuR Peterson and Mrs, Cath
erine Johnnnon called on Mrs. Carrtu
Johnson, near Tumnlo, Friday even
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Audorson woro
cullers at tho Redlleld homo a) De
schutes on Friday evening.
Anton Ahlstroni nnd V H. Gray
woro In Redmond on business Wed
nesday, Mrs. Wllford Hutchlns and Mrs.
0. E. Anderson attended tho Chuu
tauiiuu in Bond .Monday afternoon.
Rasmus Peterson nnd 'Mrs. Cath
erine Johunson entertained thu
neighbors at n party Monday oven
ing. The men mined the hay poles
whllo tho women visited, after which
Ice cream and enko wore served.
Those present woro: Mr. nnd Mm.
W. II. Qrny, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T. Mlk
kolson, Alfred Mlkkulsou, Mr and
Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns, Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Audorson. Mr. and Mrs. Olo
Hansen, Hans Hanson, Carl Hansen,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. HI. BatiKhuiau, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Loved. Air. nnd Mm. J. A.
Chnse, Etta Chaso, Mr. and Mrs.
B. S. McKay and Harold McKay,
Mr. nnd Mm. John Edwnrds.
Mr. and Mm. O. E. Anderson were
In Bend' Weduesduy afternoon on
Hans Mlkkclscn wont to Redmond
Anton Ahlstrom and Miss Illlnui
Nelson were doing somo trading In
O. E. Anderson attended the stock
meeting In Tumnlo Thursday night.
Mr. nnd Mm. John Gray enmo out
from Bend Fdday to spend the re
mainder of tho summer at tho II.
Mr. nnd Mm. II. T. Mlkkolson and
son Alfred were cullers at tho Hnn
sou home, near Deschutes, Wcdncs-
John Smith is working tor J. W.
Peterson at present.
Mr. and IMrs. W. B. Hutchlns nnd
Mr. and Mm. O. E, Anderson at
tended tho movies in Bond Saturday
Mr. nnd Mm. W. B. Hutchlns
visited at tho Rlobhorr home in Red
Mm. John Gray went to Bend Sat
Stock Farm, nonr aroNlulin, Oregon,
was n Platnviow cnllor Monday.
Tho niother and brother of Guy
MCAiiisior, rrom rrntum, urngon,
nre visiting for several dityn at thu
Mrs. A, W. Armntt'ontr and Mm.
Hubert Armstrong onJoyed a ideas-
ant nttcruoou Sunday at thu Bauer
There will bo no regular olmrali
services as announced for next Sun
dny, uh the pastor will bo away,
Services will bo hold again tho llrst
Sunday In August,
Promts Van Tassel and Rnv Arm.
strong woro business callurs In iimui
Tho nonhow of Mrs. l'nul h.
gins arrived from Portland Inst Hun-
uay to sponti tho summer on tho
Goorgo Cnlverly loft for Prlno
vllo Saturday morning and expects
to bo working thoro tho rest of tho
A uuinbor of buccarous spent sev
eral days In tho mountains last week
building n cabin on thu Snow Creek
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Smith have re
turned homo from a pleasant trip to
ma. u.s. pat ors. ,
ARMY j&sJ? SHOE
Men and Women Slow V,
Nowadays many persons wrong
fully attrlbutu backacho, rheumatic
pains, soro, swollen aching Joints nnd
muscles and that always tired fuel
ing to oncoming age, when the real
causo Is kldnoy trouble. Foley's Kld
noy Pills help the kidneys throw out
uf tho blood tho Impurities that causo
mono symplons. For sale
Vn tlili li the
hoc that gtvci you
every itcju -comfort
It ii right lo
Mart with I Our
firit coiuiilcraiton K9MWfl2IBQr '"" cumfurt, I"
alwayi been "SSltBr velvety feel,
to put Into tviry SSSS0 wcar-renlMlity.
IIuckhi in r Army qiullilo, Ami u
SrivtiYTl BLACK CUNMETAUMAIIOOANY "III yuuo
., whoIrhcMtrJ CALF OK iNDiAN TAN CALF jou rt your ft
worktnanililp and to It uc k men r
ltilf value. Army Shoei,
At plnt'l'd Julm on lU I'ulflc Cwit, If
jrnir ittUt Ii nut ul!rii, milrr llirct (turn
1 1' it ilijnlieaiit
that the Hue.
hum r Army Mho:
Ii worn by thorn
audi of men In ail
walli oflire. Tlirv
have nunc to ap
preciate iti yield
Mnuf.ctut.r. BUCKINGHAM & HECHT s.., iwi.c
POWELL BUTTE MAN
WEDS IN LOS ANGELES
LOWER BRIDGE CLUB
MEETING IS HELD
A baby girl arrived at tho home
of Mr. nnd Mm. Frank McDonald on
John Wflson spent tho week at tho
Black butto lookout.
Bert Hodson and Sam Klein were
in Sisters on Monday.
b. b. Klein has accepted a position
as ditch rider on the Squaw Creek
Mm. H. O. Wilson and daughter
Luetta are visiting in Sandnoiut.
Mrs. Bertha Wilson and son
George were visiting at tho Black
Butto lookout station on .Saturday.
A. J. Weston was a caller .it tho
Wilson ranch on Monday.
A Grateful Woman's Story
Mrs. Robert Blair of 61 S. 20th
street, Terre Haute, Indiana., writes:
"Aner taxing Foley Kldnoy Pills a
few weeks I found my kidney trouble
gradually disappearing. The back
aches stopped and I am also free of
those tired spells and headaches and
my vision is no longer bleared." They
stop rheumatic pains, For sale every
Ho Whs Almoit PiiNt Going.
"I suffered with kldnoy trouble for
three yearn." writes D. Bell, of St.
James City, Florida, "and for six
months I have been almost past going
I began taking Foley Kldnoy Pills,
and before I had used two bottles my
pains woro nil gono." Rollove Back
ache, rheumatic pains, stiff, swollen
joints and soro mlsclcs. For sale
every whore. Adv.
LOWKR IIKIDGK. July 15. Mm.
Earl Updyko entertained thu P. T.'s
on rriuay urternonn.
Mm. A. II. HnnHou and Mm. Frank
Newbold. were In Redmond Tuesday
and Wednesday for tho purpose of
Miss .Marian Hosklim and Omar
Hosklns were in Redmond lust
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Kidder wm in
Redmond Thursday evening.
Fred Dlbblo hus resigned his po
sition as ditch rider and Lesllu Mou
tloth will tuko his place.
Dennis Hunt was down from Bis
ters Wednesday on water business.
A. F. Hnuser was In Redmond
C. F. Hosklns made u liuslncsa
trip to Deschutes and Bend Saturday.
POWELL BUTTE, July IB. Mar
rled In I. oh Angeles, July (1, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs, Scar
borough, the bride's cousin, George
lloblm of Powell Butto, Oregon, and
Miss Jessie V. Hartley of Los Ange
les. The groom was a well known
and very popular bachelor of this
vicinity, and the brlilo has. for sev
eral years been one of Crook coun
ty h most successful teachers. She
hns many friends over Central Ore
gon, whero she has hniiioHtoudod and
helped In till community life where
she taught The huppy couple am at
home on tho groom's recuntly pur
chased Irrigated property.
A few days since at his ranch at
Powol Butte. C A, Biisett was kick
ed and very seriously Injured while
trying to linriieas and hitch up a
mule. George Shobort. his brother-
In-law-who was helping him. vory
narrowly oscaped at thu sumo time
At tho present Mr. Bussett Is rest
ing as comfortably us could bu ex
pected, but worles over tho many
things which need intention.
The rush of haying Is on nnd ev
erybody and his hired man Is busy
putting up buy. Homo have full
craws of men and some are short
handed, and every man who shows
up In thu community who will work
Is pressed Into service to save the
VuNERAL IS HELD
FOR MRS. F. M. PEASE
Km Ire. Tills .Morning for Wife o
Prominent IVirt Itork Hl luiiim,
Who Wed III lleiul.
Mm. Earl Updike and sister went
to Sisters Frlduy evening to get Mr. cr"I'
Updlko. A Yn,,.H. ,, rn awny u fow
.iimsen Ainnon ami .nomi iiomkiiis, 'day ngo and smashed up tho bind
ELECTS FOR YEAR
Paul Brookings nnd Darwin Walters
were down to the mouth of Squaw
creek on Sunday.
Mr. und 'Mm. Russell Chapman.
Frank Chapman nnd Levi Ncnllgu.
were In Redmond Suturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns and
family, Mr. and Mm. A. J. Fuller and
Mm. Fred Walter attended Chau
tauqua In Redmond Monday evening.
Put It In "THE BULLETIN.'
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Funeral services , were' htld this
morning at thu Nlswongor chapel for
Mm. Frank M. Penan of Fort Rock,
who died here Tuesday night follow
ing an illness of two uookn' duration.
Interment was made In tho Pilot
Mm, Pease Is survived by her hus
band, a prominent stockman of Fort
Rock, a sou Robert, at Brest, in the
United Stales army, and two smaller
Yon ,Nr"l nut Travel.
It Is safe to say that as many pnr
sons have secured relief from hay
fever and asthma ut homu by taking
Foley's Hney and Tar, nit have been
beuelllted by going to health resorts.
It heals and soothes thu choking-stuffed-up
sensation. Good for all
colds, coughs and croup, Fur sale ve
or, tearing up tneir Harness ninny.
Mr. Yates rolled off thu seat and let
them go us they hnd broken una
lino and ho had no deslro to travel
farther with them.
Mrs. Lucy McLead nnd two
daughters of Vancouver, Washing
ton, hnvo arrived for an extended
visit with Mrs. Lead's mother, Mrs.
Mary Brown, and her sisters, Mrs,
E. A. Btissotl und Mrs. Georgo Sho
bort nnd families.
220 acres good fanning land
near Redmond, close to the
Deschutes river. Tumnlo ir--7
rigation ditch runs close to
the land. Will sell on very
easy terms with interest at (J
per cent. Write for descrip
tion. THOMAS BOGGESS
151 Freat St., PoilUrf, Ore.
Dangers of Hot Weather.
Any one is doubly liable to 111 nf.
fects from the hot sun when stom
ach and bowels are clogged with a
mass of undigested food. If you suf
fer from sick headache, bllllousncss,
bloating, heaviness, or any ill caused
by Indigestion take a Foley's Cath
artic tablet and you will feel better
in tho morning. For salo everywhere.
Try a Bulletin Want Ad for quick
"holes" in it
Red Crown's uniform
chain of boiling points
gives easy starting,
quick and smooth ac
celeration, high power,
long mileage. Mix
turcs have holes" in
the power chain. Look
for the Red Crown
sign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
PLAINVIEW., July 1C Tho O. D.
O. Club held Its annual meeting with
.Mrs. John Staohll last Thumdny af
ternoon, with ten members present.
Tho following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President, Mrs.
Paul Scoggln: vice prosldcnt, Mrs.
John McKlnney, secretary, Mrs. Hu-
bort Armstrong, treasurer, Mrs. A.
E. Host. A motion was mado and
carried to hold metlngs only once
ovory four weoks during tho ro-
mnlnder of tho summer, this ruling
to tuko effect after tho noxt meet
ing. Tho club will hold Its rogular
meeting with Mrs. Tweet on Thurs
day afternoon, July 21. Each lady
is requested to bring her own work.
Mrs. Hubert Armstrong spent Fri
day and Saturday at thu Box A
Mr. and Mm. A. E. Hoss and
daughter Ida were Redmond call
ers Frlduy afternoon.
Mrs. Louzettn Pulllam, James
Pulllum und Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Klnney attended the dance at Sut
tlo lako Saturday ovonlng. The
pnrty spont Sunday wlth Mr. und
Mrs. G rover Pulllam at Sisters.
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker and
son Emmett wore callers at tho J.
B. Dawson homo on Sunday morn-
Georgo Calverly worked with P.
A, Scoggln for several days laBt
Mrs. Howard Hartley started for
Hood River last Tuesday morning
to visit with friends and relatives
In that vicinity.
A representative of tho Ruby
Wanted Hay Hands!
Dr. L W. Gatchell
Complete Ltnt Grinding Flint in ' con
nection with my office it
LARSON U CO,, Jewelers
143 Oregon ilieel, Bend, Oregon
AYING is in progress in Cen
tral Oregon. The farmers
need help. If you want to
work in the hay field, call at
the First National Bank and
we will put you in . touch
with the job.
THE MANIC OF KUTKKIOU .HKHVICK
The First National Bank of Bend
W. R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Company,
Right side; right ear crop
pod; wattle right bind leg.
B. L. TONE, Sisters, Ore,
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINGS
i VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
$500,000 $2,000,000 f
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
NONE 1 $100,000
icTf1 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO,