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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
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What's Doing In The Country
MEETING IS HELD
PLAINVIEW, Aur. 19. The O.
D. O. club will moot with Mrs. I'rcn
tlco Vnn TiiRsol on Thursdny after
noon, AuRiist 21. No special work
Is laid out tor the nttarooon.
.Mr. anil Mrs. 8. L. IlurgcBfl nml
family, of tho Tlno Trctf mill, spent
Sunday at the J. A. W. ScobrIu
Hoy Heartt has been helping sir.
Andrus of Clovordalo with nis hay
ing tho past week.
Jim Pulllam has secured a Max
well car rocontly from J. O. McKln
ney of Sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hoss and Mrs.
E. Patterson attended the blR
Woods sale, near Itedmond, last
Miss Knthorinc Hartley returned
homo Monday after spending two
weeks at tho Hnrtloy ranch.
Mrs. A. V. and Mrs. Hubert Arm
strong spent Friday afternoon with
Mrs. James Dawson.
Tho regular church sorrlces wore
held In the school house on Sunday
afternoon, with Ucv. Wllllnms in
charge. Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Ilkisol
And Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Terro
bonno accompanied Rev. Williams.
Services will be held again Sunday
afternoon, September 7
Nelllo Scoggln left recently for
Aurora, Oregon, where she will re
main for several weeks.
Jewell Van Tassel and Miss
niakesley were callers In Sisters
Wllma Bennett spent several days
the past weok at tho Box A ranch
visiting with 'her young cousin,
Worson Bennett of Silver lake.
Jim Pulllam was a guest on Sun
day at tho Hartley home.
Ida Hoss enjoyed a pleasant day
Wednesday with Mrs. John Stachlt.
G. C. McCallister, Kay Armstrong,
A. E. Hoss and Mrs. Patterson wcro
business callers In Bend Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hartley. Mrs.
Hartley, sr., and daughter Kathorlne
were guests for dinner nt tho Mc
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Scoggln and
nephew, Woodson Bennett, were
guests for dinner at the J. A. W.
Scosgin home Sunday.
John McKInney was n caller at
P. A. Scoggln made a business
trip to Bend Wednesday.
Mrs. Louzetta Pulllam, Jim Pul
llam and Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
KInney spent Sunday evening In
can gn on the road.
Mr. and Mrs. Mustard and Hnrvo
Mustard, also Mr. and Mrs. I). A.
Yates, aro In tho mountains enjoy
ing a fishing nnd camping trip.
Tho family of E. A. Bussott, Itoss
Bussett, Henry Young, with a num
ber of Invited guests picnicked on
tho Deschutes Sundny. These fam
ilies nlway attend Sunday school at
tho Community hall before starting.
Thon with their lunch they spend
tho balance of the sultry Sabbath
In tho shndes by tho Deschutes.
Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson
hnve Installed a Delco lighting sys
tem In their new homo, recently
Carl Charlton went to Prlnovlllo
Monday night, where ho took In
tho banquet nnd was present at the
organization of tho American Le
gion. Mr. Stephens, tho coucreto work
er, has been ouilo busy constructing
n lino cellar and porch floors In tho
new houso of Jim iMcuanlels, also
n storage reservoir, as Mr. Mc
Danlels has tho water piped Into his
homo and on his lawn; a cellar, en
gine nnd dynamo houso tor the
Delco lighting system nt tho William
Peterson home: a cistern nf the
Wilson school, and a cistern nnd
other work for Henry Hansen.
Hoy Skene suffered a broken noso
while boxing with a menu reoeniiy.
Hoy carries his nose in a sling nnd
has given up tho Idea of practicing
up to challenge Dompsey.
Mrs. E. A. Bussett bus consented
to touch tho class of boys In the
Powell Butto Sundny school.
Mrs. Alice Krawley of Tacomn,
mothei of Mrs. Georgo Trucsdale,
arrived -Sunday evening for a visit
with her daughter and family. This
Is her first visit to this country and
sho Is much pleased with tho out
look. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Randall
were at tho Charlton ranch the first
of tho week to get n wagon that
Mr. Randall had bought from Mr.
Marlon Hosklns wan a Redmond
visitor on Saturday.
A. 1 Hausor juiuIo a business
trip to Rend on Friday,
Miss Naomi Hosklns and Omar
Hosklns wore at Clovurdnlo Thurs
Jim West, Don Vedder and Dar
win Waltor wont to Bond Sunday,
retiming on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kidder woro
shopping in llodnumd -Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. A, S. Holmes and
children and Mr. nnd Mrs, Jako
Book left for Suttles lako on Friday
morning to spend a fow days.
A. J. Fuller and Clarence Rom
mel were In Redmond Saturday.
DAIRY HERD WILL
BE AUCTIONED OFF
WEED KILLS SHEEP
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE, Aug. 19. Dan
Hourigan has lost quite a number
of sheep recently, both old ewes
and lambs, from some unknown
cause. The symptoms are liko
poisoning and it is thought there
anay bo a poisonous weed on his
Georgo Hobbs had the misfortune
to be in Klamath Falls at the time
of the big fire In tho garage there,
and while getting his car out was
quite severely burned on his hands.
He got the car out, but it was
qulto badly scorched and will need
to be entirely gono over before It
AT SISTERS DANCE
Experts Say :
You can have
Every farm with a
tew cow should have
A Cream Separator
Every arm with a
should have a
No. 4-450-550 11.. $110
No. 3-350-450 11., $5
No. 2-250-350 Ih. $S0
F. DEMENT & CO.
CLOVERDALE, Aug. ID. The
Wheeler Amusement Co. of Cali
fornia played in Sisters on Friday
and Saturday nights. Those unend
ing tho show and dance from here
were: Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kline, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Hodson and daughters,
Sam Kline, Mrs. W. T. E. Wilson,
Miss Gladys Purbcrry, Karlo Miller
and Verno Skelton.
H. II. Kllgoro was a caller at tho
Parberry ranch on Sunday.
D. H. Long nnd family attended
the show at Sisters on Friday night.
Mrs. Frank Burling and Mrs.
Robert Burling wero Redmond shop
Miss Ellen Dlshrow, who recently
arrived nfter a year's service over
seas In the signal corps, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Robert Burling of
this place. She arrived from Tn
coma, Washington, on Monday, and
expects to spend some little tlmo
F. J. and R. A. Burling have
accopted positions at tho Duckett
mill in Sisters.
D. H. Long nnd son Lavlno aro
holplng J. L. Parberry haul hay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceonso Wilson nnd
Mrs. II. K. Allen and Gladys Par
berry were callers at tho Billy Wil
son ranch on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hodson. Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Kline and S. E.
Kline were Sisters callers one even
ing last week.
Mrs. Lantz entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Boughor ul dinner on
F. J .and Robert Burling wero
Sisters shoppers on Friday.
LOWER BRIDGE FOLK
ATTEND WOODS SALE
LOWER BRIDGE. Aug. 10.
Those from Lower Bridge attend
ing tho Sam Woods sale on Monday
wero: Mr. and Mrs. Ro' Kidder,
A. S. Holmes, Jako Book, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. F. HuUBcr, George Reols,
Mrs. Fred Waltor, Mrs. O. F. Hos
klns. Jerry Groszkreuger and Joe
Mr. and Mrs. William Buckley
and Mr. Cathrn spent Sunday even
ing visiting at tho HoHkfns homo.
Georgo Kidder, from Redmond,
has been visiting the past week
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kidder.
Horace Brooking and Paul Brook
ing wero Redmond visitors on
Herbert Rommel, who has boon
working at tho Hosklns placo is
visiting with A. J. Fuller.
G. E. Stadlg was In Redmond
Tho Beard threshing mnchlno linn
again resumed work and is thresh
ing for Gus Stadlg.
8. A. West, Jim West and Darwin
Walter wero in Redmond Saturduy
Darwin Waltor has mado his
Bulck car over Into n "sky blue
iMr, and Mrs. Horaco Brooking
and son Paul, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack
and family went to Suttles lako
Saturday to spend tho week end.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns,
Misses Marlon and Naomi Hosklns
nnd Omar loft Sunday for uti out
ing at Crator lako.
Misses Lola and Edn Towno en
tertained tho young people of Lowor
Brldgo nt ft party at tholr home
Wednesday evening. ,
A. S. Holmes was ft Redmond
, Donnls Hunt was down from Sis
tors Monday to seo to tho repair
ing of tho association ditch, which
Geonge Reols went to Redmond
Thursdny to bring out a thorough
bred bull, which ho purchased at
the Sam Woods salo on Monday,
PLEASANT RIDGE. Aug. 20. -G.
W. Jones will hold an auction
sale at his place on Tuesday, August
2C, whim ho will dispone of his
dairy herd. Tho sale will begin at
10 o'clock a. m. and n free lunch
will bo sorved at noon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Orris Gray nnd chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. White and Mr.
and Mrs. W. 11. Gray left for Crater
Lake on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Benson, accompanied by hor
sister, Mrs. J. W. Peterson, and
children, left for her home, near
Salem, Saturday evening. Mrs
Peterson will visit there for about
L. W. D. McKoel of Portland and
Mr. Eby of Redmond woro callers
at tho Anderson home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns
wero Bend visitors Saturday night.
iMr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns,
nccompnnled 1y Mrs. O. E. Ander
son, wero In Bond shopping Wed
Mrs, H. T. Mlkkolsen entertained
the following ladles at a party on
Tuesday afternoon: Mrs. Catharine
Jnhnnscn, Mrs. J. W. Peterson, Miss
Hllmn Nelson. Mrs. O. E. Ander
son, Mrs. Cnrrlo Johnson, Mrs.
Benson, Mrs. Olo Hanson and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Whlto and sons
Ray and Rolllo were In Bend Wed
nesday. Mrs. Carrio Johnson of Tumnlo
visited her sister. Mrs. J. W. Peter
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Bnughmnu
nre visiting relatives at Lewlstou,
Idaho. They drove through In
Mrs. II. T. Mlkkelson. Mrs. O. E.
Anderson, Miss Hllmn Nelson, Mrs.
Cathnrlno Johanson and Mrs. John
Edwards wore guests of Mrs. Olo
Hanson nt Deschutes Saturday
nftcrnonn. An enjoynblo tlmo was
spent by all and a delicious lunch
wns served by tho hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson
wero In Redmond on business Sat
H. T. Mlkkclscn londod a car of
wood at Deschutes Friday.
Anton Ahlttrom and Miss Hilma
Nelson wero In Bend on Thursday
Rasmus Peterson huUlcd a load
of hay to Bend on his truck Satur
day. O. E. Anderson finished pa ntlng
his silo this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Orny wont to
Bend Sunday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson, ac
companied by Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T
Mlkkelson and son Alfred, spent
Sundny nt Prlngle Falls.
Dr. and Mrs. Petty went to Red
mond Friday night nfter spending
several days at tho Gray home.
Mr. and Mrs. Orris Gray and chil
dren nnd Mr. and Mrs. Whlto nnd
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gray returned
from a camping trip to Crescent and
Crater lakes Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson wero
Tumulo visitors Friday evening.
Alfred Pedersen went to Hend on
Rasmus Peterson Is hauling liny
to Deschutes with his now truck.
Thoso attending the Sam Woods
salo Monday from this neighborhood
woro: Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Andor-
nn. Anton Ahlstrom. Jako Peterson,
. ... .. . . .... , i
Rasmus Peterson, ku awnwey anu ,
Mr. nnd MrH. Orris Gray nnd
children. Mr. and Mrs. Whlto and
Mrs. W. H. Gray spent Sunday at
PROGRAM OF BANKERS WINS
ADDED APPROVAL IN STATE
Continued approval In tho pro
gram of cooperation in tho mnUor
of agricultural development, mapped
out bytho Oregon Statu Uiutktmt'
association Is shown In an article
appearing In tho Portland Orogontan
of August is. Tho Oregonlati says
"Oregon bankers Imvu taken nn
advanced position In stimulating
agricultural progress In the state
through hearty support of tho work
directed by county agents. Even
bo f oro tho adoption of tho system
f ostium! by tho Oregon Agricultural
college and county authorities to
employ trained men for tho pur
pose of aiding farmers In solving
farm miinagomont problems, thoro
wore a fow bankers who adhered to
the principle that agriculture Is tho
basts of pertuauent prosperity.
"Tho war period brought under
standing that food Is tho llrst es
sential to thnt part nt tho popula
tion which before had accepted the
delivery of products of tho soil
without much thought as to tholr
production. Men who never before
delved Into statistics of tho depart
ment of agriculture began to Hud
Interest In crop reports, nnd bunk
era who had considered applicants
for loans jnoro with reference to
tho liquidity of tholr nssets than
with concern about whether their
productH wero essential began lo
take a lively Interest In cows, swine
nnd grain crops.
"Oregon was fortunate In hnvlng
progressive .communities devoted to
dairy and livestock Industries, and
bnnkors who had long known tho
value of tho beat breeds of animals.
Bankers In mnny cases woro re
sponsible for movomtmts to usslst
farmers with credits Justified by
their resources and ability success'
fully to conduct their buslnosn.
"Tho movement started by tho
Oregon Statu Bankers' association
for cooperation of bunks with coun
ty agents to courngo tho farmers
to produce bettor crops, breed thor
oughbred stock Instead of scrubs,
and to put the management of farm
enterprises on n higher standard,
was u development of an Idea that
had been growing among bunkers.
It hfld thn limirfv nnnrnvnl iitut ,,,.
operation of tho Oregon Agrlcul-
mrai couoge, nntl tlio Irlondly In-
turosl of (liu hunks, with extension
work and farm muuuKomont plans
of (ho college Joined, Is awakening
tho attention of progressive farmers,
Tho farmer mnny not ho able to
hold a special marked-down salo In
order to tuko up his unto at the
hunk, hut If ho Is handling his
business wisely and with the proper
cam for details, his hunker can glvo
tho material lliumclal assistance that
"Bankers have further shown In
terest In tho farmer and stockman
by Joining In the responsibility of
financing tho Pacific Intoruatloiuil
Ltvustock association, which In No
vember will hold In Portland the
greatest livestock exposition over
bn more than $7G,000 In cash prizes
for the host showings of thorough
broil livestock, All the popular
broods of cattle, sheep, swine, goats
and nn unusually tlno lot of horses
rtngod west of Chicago. Thoro" will
wilt bo exhibited In the big buildings.
"When the bunkers mo agreed
that an oittorprlso In worthy of
lluiitiiilul help, Its cause Is pretty
well established In (ho propni' eluui
nots lo hoconui MiccniiMfiil, or It ul
ready thut, then It nuty hu oxiiocted
to grow lo largo prnporlluiiH, Tlutl.
Ih (ho slluntlnn of agricultural pur
suits In Oiogon I od u y. TlionsnnilH.
of funnel's uni mulling- money nti(l
tiiivu going outorprlses, mid with tin
erodlt benefits that mm chants nnd
inunufuctuiiMH have long enjoyed,
the door tit opptiituully Is opening
In larger production and bolter re
sults, "C, H, Hudson, presldoiil of tin"
First National Hank of lhuld mid'
president of tho Oiogon Bankers'
association, was author of tho reso
lution adopted by tho hankers at
tholr recent annual nieelliig (o get
behind tho development movement.
While In a lnrgo measure (ho net mil
effort Is being miido through tln
activity of Individual bunkers, It
has the boueflt of sentiment of thn
financial leaders of the statu com
posing tho membership of (ho iimki
elation. Much nt u conslructlvi
character Is being accomplished by
reason of (hu action of (ho organization."
Dance Any Time
The Victrola is Always Ready
-Ready with lively one-itept and fox
trot and faicinatinrf waltxe that make
you forget every care anil make you
want to dance on and on!
And all kind" of other mutic, too
orcliotra, vocal, etc.
This Style Outfit
Outfit include Victrola, ix 10-incli '
double diic record and needle.
-$10.00 Down-$6.00 Monthly- No
Try these Victor Records for Dancing
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"OUT OF THE EAST.".
Horton Drug" Company
,When you have to buy
You hould try our
Eat our Lunches
Eat our Pastries
At the Ed. Swalley Ranch, 11-2 miles northwest of
the town of Deschutes, on Tumalo-Redmond road
Tuesday, Aug. 26, 1919
Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.
MILK COWS and YOUNG STOCK
Three 5 -year old Cows now giving milk ; One 5 -year old
Cow, due Jan. 3rd; Two 6-year old Cows, giving milk;
Two 9-year old Cows, giving milk; Three 2-year old
Cows, giving milk; Eight 3 -year old Cows, giving milk;
One 3-year old Cow, to be fresh; One 2 -year old Cow,
dry; Five Yearling Steers; Five Yearling Heifers; Seven
Heifer Calves; Four Steer Calves; One 3-year old Red
Many of these cows nre extra henvy and rich milkers, having heen bred
and selected with special reference to dairy production qualities over a
period of several years and are oflered now because owner is leaving the
country. They are Jersey-Durham, with the exception of two heifers,
which are a Jersey-IIolstein cross. Thus, with a milking Shorthorn
strain, crossed on the Jersey, we have inipiovcd the milking qualities
and secured a fairly good beef animal.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON-PLEASE BRING CUPS
TEDRIC All sums under $10.00, cash. AH sums over $10.00, six mohths' time
lljllmu "wiH be given on bankable paper bearing ()fo interest, or a discount
of 5 o for cash.
G. W. JONES and DAUGHTER, Owners
"PINKIE" REYNOLDS, Auctioneer
C. H. MILLER, Clerk