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What's Doing In The Country;
CLOVEItDALK. Sopt. 2. Pupils
of Miss Winifred Aldrlch Ravo n pia
no recital at tho Aldrlch homo on
Saturday nttornoon. Tho musical
program was very well Riven. Kntho
rlno Rolling also sang n very pleasing
number. It was attended by tho pu
pils and most of tholr mothers.
. Mr. Nixon of Opal City was a call
er at tho II. Q. Wilson homo on Fri
day. Mr. Nixon Is figuring on pur
chasing tho placo from Mr. Walter
Rublo of Redmond, who is tho owner.
Winifred Aldrlch was a caller at
tho Andrus homo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Kline and
Sam Kllno were dinner guests at the
y. J. Burling hmo on Sunday ove
plng at a dinner party given in honor
of Miss Ellen Disbrow of Tacoma,
who is visiting at tho Burling homo.
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Parbcrry woro
Sisters callers on Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Hurling and sister
Miss Ellen Disbrow woro also In Sis
ters on Saturday.
Jt. A. Ward and Ward Coblo were
among tho recent Bend visitors at
the Parborry ranch.
Miss Ruth Long left Inst Thursday
for Tho Dalles whero sho will Join
her sister and attend school there.
II. O. Wilson, D. II. Long and son
Louis wero among those who went
huckloberrylng last wook.
Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Kline and Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hodson spent last
wcok fishing and berrying in the
J. L. Parberry was a visitor at
Harrisons' on Saturday.
DRILL FINDS WATER .
IN MILLICAN VALLEY
MILLICAN. Sept. 3. Water was
struck on the J. J. Holland placo at
a depth of 371 feet: but they drilled
42 feet below that depth so that they
now have 50 feet of water. Tho well
drill was moved to tho Levi Smith
placo Tuesday, where operations
for another well aro under way.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Tauschcr
and son Loo und Mrs. M. C, Keller
and children called at tho R. R. Kel
ler homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Roonoy and
son Mitchell and Mrs. Jack Fowler,
her mother were Sunday guests dt
the J. J. Holland home.
The management of tho Beaver
Supply company's grocery was turn
ed over to Mr. and Mrs. O. Morgan
-Thursday. Tho postofflco was turn
ed over to Mrs. Morgan. Ed. Moore
our former postmaster and store
keeper left the same day.
Wm. Matheny of Spokane, is visit
ing with his niece Mrs. L. G. Morgan.
Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Matheny
made a business call at the R. R.
Keller homo Thursday evening.
J. A. Smlthcmfwyp rafwy emiwy c
Holland home Friday.
Horaco Cook spent several days In
Bend this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Orinstead and
children were Bend visitors ono day
Wm. A. Rahn went to Bend
L. P. Rooney was an over Sunday
guest at his home.
Mrs. Jack Fowler will leave for her
home In Portland today, after having
spent a month at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. P. Rooney.
Mary M. Holland will stay with
Mrs. Rooney for somo time.
The Going family expect to movo
to Bend very soon Jko Tom can at
tend high school.
Tourists ran over the Club pig
of Walter Keller's and injured it to
such an extent that it had to be kill
ed. His pig was doing fine and he
bad expected to win a prize.
RaBtnus Potorson and Mrs. Cathe
rine Johnson woro Bond visitors
Several of tho farmers in thu
neighborhood bought stock at tho
Jones Bftlo Monday.
Alfred Pedcrson wont to Redmond
on Thursday after lumber to finish
his barn with.
Anton Ahlstrom, Miss Illlmn Nel
son nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gray
wero Bond visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Bnughman nnd
children returned tho first of the
wook from Lowlston, Idaho, whero
they havo boon visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Hutchlus ac
companied by Mrs. O. E. Anderson
were shopping In Bond Saturday af
Anton Ahlstrom wont to Rod
mond Saturday after a load of lum
ber. Rotlio Whlto Is homo again after
spending a fow wooks in Bend.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Riebhott of
Redmond called on Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Hutchlns Sunday afternoon.
Reginald Baylor of Tumnlo visited
at tho Anderson home Sunday.
Ed. Swalley wont to Bond Satur
day to got his car whch ho has
been having repaired.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thurston of
Deschutes drovo ovor In their now
Chevrolet to call at tho Swalloy
homo Saturday ovontrvg.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mlkkolson en
tertained tho following neighbors
Sunday afternoon: Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
H. Gray, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Peder
son, Anton Ahlstrom, Miss Hilmn
Nelson, Rasmus Peterson, Mrs.
Cntherlno Johnson nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Your Attention, 1'lru.nc.
A Foley Cathartic Tablet Is a
prompt nnd safo remedy tor sick
headacho, biliousness, bloating sour
stomach, gas, bad breath, Indigestion
constipation, or other condition
caused by clogged or Irregular
bowels. Thoy causo no griping or
nausea nor will they encourage tho
"pill habit." Just fine for persons
too stout. Sold Everywhere ndv.
SECOND CROP CUT
AT LOWER BRIDGE
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money.
Don't miss this. Cut out this
slip enclose with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III.,
wrlttlng your name and address
clearly. You will recelvo In return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup. Foley's
Kidney Pills and Foley's Cathartic
Tablets. Sold Everywhere adv.
LOWER BRIDGE, Sept. 2. Mr.
Hopkins started his second cutting
of alfalfa hay on Monday.
G. E. Stadlg took Mr. Jocger to
Redmond Thursday to get repairs for
A. S. Holmes was n Redmond vis
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kidder were
shopping in Bend Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jaeger and
daughters Freda and Alma drovo in
their, car from Portland nnd havo
been visiting with friends at Lower
Bridge the past week.
Mrs. A. J. Fuller was shopping in
Miss Louis Towno left Wednesday
for Portland where sho will attend
high school this year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mauser and
sen Dwight and Mn Hauser's brother
and family who are visitors hero
from Wyoming, were camping the
past week at Suttlo Lake.
Darwin Wulter was a Redmond
visitor on Wednesday.
O. E. Stadlg was up to tho head
of the ditch on Sunday to insoect
the construction work that Is being
done on the dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reels nnd
daughter were visitors at the Hop-
Kins nome sunuay.
Sirs, Fred Walter entertained tho
Towno family on Sunday for dinner.
Mrs. Walter entertained on Satur
day evening Misses Louis and Edna
Towns, Misses Naomi and Mnrlon
Hopkins, Misses Margaret and Forn
Walter. Georgo Kidder, Clareuco
Itommel, Elmo Gladheart. Dee Ved
dor, Frank Chapman. Leon Welgh
land and Herbert Commel.
Geo. Reels has purchased the Van
Morso place two and a half miles
west of Redmond and will movo
Deo Vedder and It. 8. Towne havo
been helping the Wolters put up
touches each othor on tho ground and
aro as thick ns thoy can stand, KiU
A. Russell can show potatoes with
Mustard tho "spud king," Mrs J.
A. Rtggs hns tomatoes and tho fcc
ond crop of pears that will mult in
your mouth. Mrs. A. N. Bnynn says
her boos aro working avortltro; they
mnko so much flno honey. U. II.
Stewart thinks ho will havo n thlt'd
cutting of alfalfa If ho can got tho
second crop out of tho way soon
onough. This Is only n brief men
tion of tho many things wo saw that
aro growing right horo and doing
well. Tho next special mention will
bo of tho poultry of thin auction.
J. A. Rlggs coiuouced threshing
Monday with Goo. Shoborts thresh
ing outfit. This Is a small machine
but It saves tho grain ant that is
what is required in these duya of
high prices of wheat.
A mooting of l'owoll Rutin Sorosls
at Community Hall was hold lust
wook with Mrs. Carl Llnqulst as
hostess, assisted .by hor daughter
Miss Bbba Llndqulst. Tho color
schomo of tho club was carried out lit
tho decorating, nnd nlso In tho re
freshments, old rose nnd gold In
both flowers and ices, About 20
ladles woro present. Mrs. Couablo
of Buffalo, Now York, slstor of Mrs
James Lonmorc was a guest of tho
club for tho afternoon.
Otto and Will Pauls havo boon on
Joying sovornl days outing In tho
mountains this week.
Ned Angtnnd, ono of Powell
Butto's most popular bachelors, was
married recently In Bend to Mlsa
Minnie Mnllory. Thoy aro spending
tholr honeymoon at Crescent Lake,
but will probably rnako tholr future
homo at Powell Butte.
Nato Wurxwollor of Portland. Us-
Itod at tho ranch homo of his brother
Arthur Wurxwollor last wook.
Miss Crystal Sturdovau has benu
spending sovornl days as u guost at
tho E. A. Bussott homo.
Mrs. Jacob Beckor and two daugh
ters of Prlnovillo havo boon visiting
her daughtor Mrs. Porma Marker
and family at Powoll Butte.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Minor aro employed
on tho Meyer ranch .during tho hav
Thoro will bo a Homo-Coming Wol
como meeting at Community Hall,
Friday night for all service man of
this community. Tho ladles of
Sorosls club aro leading this movo
but 'everybody Is expected to turn
out. A good program, refreshments
and n social tlmo for all. The pro
gram will commonco at 8 o'clock.
Everybody is asked to appear on
Mrs. Cora Hundorshott who has
been visiting her mothor, Mrs. Cur
tis, at tho Dan Hourlgnn ranch, has
gono to hor home.
Mrs. Henry Whltsott nnd children
visited relatives in Prlnovillo ovor
tho wook end.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Lnfollctte ind
family of Prlucvlllo visited at tho
homo of Harry Whltsott Sunday.
Mrs. Whltsott and Mrs. Lafollotto
Lelnnd Casey and his mother Mrs,
Laura Casey havo roturned from an
outing spent nt tholr ranch on tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Worrell
wero shopping In Redmond Saturday
E. A. Iiussott with his mothor nnd
sister, also his son Ross Bussott havo
returned from tholr trip. They re
port a good tlmo, but onroiinterod
some very bad roads, and report
crops suffering from drouri In tho
was considered ono of tho best of its
kind given in Redmond. A largo
crowd, mndu tip of dancers from all
tho neighboring towns, was pronunt,
anil It was found that thu hall wan
almost too small' to hold thum all,
W. E. Young, who has boon run
ning tho rosort nt Suttlo Laku, moved
his family back to Rndmond last
wook In ordor that Mnrjorlo may ho
present to attend school. O. K, Olo
son, who wns In partnership with
Mr. Young, sold his Interest in tho
rosort to Mr. Young and returned
to Redmond about n wook pruvlnus.
Mr. and Mrs, Chnmllor of Lake
vlow, Oro., pnrontH of Mrs. II, E.
Koous, nnd daughtor Thelmn, visit
ed Mr. nnd Mrs. Koous for several
days during tho past wook.
(Jottli)K Children I toady For Hrltool.
Common cotds nro Infoctluus and
It Is wrong to sand u snuffing, snooz
ing, coughing child to school to
spread dlsoaso gorms among othor
llttlo ones. Foley's Houoy and Tar
relieves coughs and colds, loosonn
phlegm rind mucus, and. coats raw, Ir
ritated membranes with a healing,
soothing modlcino. Contains no
opiates. Sold Everywhere adv.
TO RAISE HEALTHY CHICKENS
Lack of Vigor In Newly Hatched
Chicks la Often Traceabls to
Weakness of Parents.
(Prepared by the UnltiM Statei Depart
ment or Agriculture.)
To ho successful In raising chickens
It Is necessary to have healthy nnd
vigorous breeding stock, for tho lack
of vigor la tho newly hatched chicks
Is often traceable to weak parents.
Only the most vigorous and tho best
grown birds should be put In I lie
breeding yards. Each bird should bo
full of life nnd cneryy and free from
any serious deformity. Yearling hens
nro usually better than pullets for
breeders, for the reason that tho hens
nru more mature and do not lay so
many eggs during tho early winter,
and consequently do not reduce their
vitality so much beforo tho breeding
season. Vigorous hens 2 to 4 years
old can often bo ndvnntngcously
retained In tho breeding yard. The
malo bird chosen should bo young und
active. An early hatched, wcll-devel-
Having the Largest Line of
in Bend wo are in n position to make
you some very attractive offerings.
Almost Anything You Want
If you arc going to have n NEW
RANOE this year, first consider the
.,:.. '.Featuring the Duplex Draft
We also Buy Used Furniture
See Us first before buying
Standard Furniture Co. H
PRODUCED IN BEND
J. K. Sullivan Will lltao ft Critics
from Kmnll Onrtlrn Patch nt
Not An Old An Klie IooUm.
Women do not like to look oldor
than they really nro. Neither do
men. Both soxes aro subject to kid
ney trouble and kidney troublo
makes tho mlddlo aged look old.
Foley Kidney Pills net promptly to
restore weak, overworked or disord
ered ktdnoys and bladder to a
healthy condition und buulsh lame
ness, aches and pains. Sold Evory-
Whoovor says that fruit cannot bo
rained successfully In Bond Is to say
thu least, badly mlstnkon, according
to J. 12. Sullivan who Wednesday pro
duced two boxes of high grade straw
berries, grown In his oWu gardou on
Jefferson Place, us a sample of what
can bo dolio with n little caro and at
tention, plus scientific selection of
tho varieties of fruit best adapted to
this soli and climate.
Mr. Sullivan's berry patch Is not
a largo ono, hut ho declares that ho
will get CO crates from It. Ho has
already been assured of a fancy prlco
on the entire output.
U. C. COE RESIDENCE
ON RIVER IS SOLI)
and Mrs. Paul ('. King, lb,
tvntly of lloiton, Aniulro
PULLET IS LAYER
AT FOUR MONTHS
COUNTY AGENT WILL
GET MUCH SULPHUR
PLEASANT RIDGE BOY
AGAIN IN U. S. ARMY
PLEASANT RIDGE. Sept. 3. Mrs.
H. T. Mlkklcwn, Mrs. 0. E. Ander
son, Mrs. Catherine Johnson, Mrs. J.
A. Chase and Miss Etta Cbauo at
tended tho party at tho Llvesley
home near Deschutes on Friday after
noon. It was given by Mrs. Will
Borgstrom and Mrs. Carl Llvesley In
honor of Mrs. Geo. Llvesley who
leaves soon for Washington to spend
tho winter with relatives.
Anton Ahlstrom Is building a now
cement cistern on his placo.
Goo. White loft Friday for Des
Moines, Iowa, where ho will report
for duty in tho army. Ho has re-
enustea ror a term of one year.
Anton Ahlstrom, Miss Hllma Nel
son ana Airs. Joim Edwards went
to ueumonu Monday.
0. E. Anderson sold a flno Jersey
cow ana can to Aiireu j'euerson.
Mr. White had the misfortune to
fall from a horse Monday. He Is
confined to his bod as a result.
A number of tho farmers nttondod
a sulphur meeting at Tumalo Tues
day ovonlng. Those attending wero:
V. B, Baughmun, Rasmus Peterson,
F. T. Mlllor, Alfred Poderson, 0. E.
Anderson and W, II. Gray,
Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns and Mrs. 0.
E. Anderson wero shopping In Bend
Alfred Polerson Is bulld'i n a now
bam on tho placo which ho recently j
Don't Neglect Yourself.
Lame back, shooting nalns. tortur
ing rheumatic aches, swollen Joints,
sore muscles, puffiness under eyes,
floating specks, nnd an "always tir
ed" feeling aro indications that tho
kidneys and bladder are not working
properly. Foley Kidney Pills Bootho
and strengthen weak and disordered
kidneys and bladder. Sold Every
GARDEN SURVEY AT
POWELL BUTTE MADE
Carload to He. Taken by Itiuirlierw
In Vicinity of Redmond Hluiu-
her Party Is Novelty.
Unusually Good Results Attained by
Vegetable und Fruit Gronr
Threhlilng In Started.
POWELL BUTTE. Sent. 3. A
survey of tho gardens and small
fruit flats on tho ranches of our
community mado this wook shows
not only that tho gardens nro extra
good but thoro are specialties that
deservo moro than passing mention.
Mrs. Frank Klsslor has unusually
fine corn, while Mrs, C. M. Charlton
is marketing much flno cabbage;
flno logan berries aro rlpo on tho
bushes on tho ranch of L, A. Perry
In tho Upper Powoll Butte country.
String beans of high duality woro
soon at tho homo of Mrs. D. A.
Gatos, while C. M. Charlton Ih i!rnw.
Jiig as good watermelons as could bu
uesireu. Mrs, MUBturd boasts of hor
cucumbers, and Mrs Goo. Tuesdalo
is buay nicking curr nta to nnniv
hor customers. Mrs. Klsaler lmri
(some of the finest gooigborrios over
Mr. fl"d Mrs Olo Hanson of Dos-'soon in this section ns wnii nu -,i
chutes wore callors at tho Pedoreon raspberries Arthur Wurzwoiler has
aud Mlkkolson homes Wednesday, ja field of alfalfa whero tho shocks
REDMOND, Sopt. 3. Tho sulphur
ordor thut Is being tisombled bv
County Agent Koons Is progressing
very nicely at tho presout tlmo Ono
car load has already been ordered
and anothor will bo during tho pres
ent wcok. Thoro will bo cars mado
up for Rodmond, Torrebono, Prlno
villo Junction, Doschutes and Bond.
Van M. Morso has sold his ranch
west of town to Geo. und E. Reels of
Lower Bridge Mrs. Morso and
nleco, Loulso Pepper will leave soon
for Grand Rapids, Mich., whero
Louise's mother Is and Mrs. Morso
will than attend tho University of
Michigan to obtain hor A. II. dogroo.
As yet Mr. Morse has not docldod
what he will do, but Intends to stay
around hero for somo tlmo, und It Is
possible that ho may ro-Iocato,
Mis Cynthia Hobbs was hostess at
a slumber party Friday night. A
number of tho members of hor class
woro present, and, this bolug tho
first tlmo a party of this kind has
beon given In Rodmond, a vary en
joyable tlmo was spent by all, Those
present woro: Hazel Wright. Anita
Schumacher, Wlnnlfrod Munz, Holon
Smith, Lillian Van Matro, Marjory
Wolls und lima Roynolds.
Dr. and Mrs. J, V. Hosch and
Louise roturned from a two weeks'
vacation last Wednesday.
M, C. Carolln roturned from Tho
Dulles Thursday with u new Dodgo
car for L. E, Smith.
Miss Mario Austin left last week
for Detroit, Michigan, whoro sho has
accepted a position.
E. J. Conley of Doschutes was a
L. L. Gooding and family, oxcopt
Laonn, loft Monday In F. G. Atkln-
non's truck for Harrlshurg. Laonn
will remain u week to help Geo.
Sedgwick get started In tho po;itof-:
flco nnd than will Jrlit tho family
fiho Is at li.Bont a f ; tt of tho
Tho duneo given Inst Thursday I
nlcht hjf ho no of our lo-al talent
Healthy and Vigorous Farm Flock.
oped cockerel is usually satisfactory,
or a good vigorous yearling or 15-ycnr-old
cock may bo chosen. Tho hens
used for breeding purposes should bo
given tho best care possible; they
should be provided with large runs,
and should not be forced for heavy
egg production during tho eurly winter.
Make the Best of Today.
Anticipating tomorrow's opportuni
ties und regretting yesterday's failures
Is scarcely a fair wny to spend today.
It Is dividing the present und bestow
ing It upon two period thut havo uo
right to It.
Barred Itoek Fouls Owned by Mrs.
V. II. Allen Dependable Kgjr
Producer? nt Tender Ag.
What is believed to bo a now re
cord In tho development of early lay
ing chickens, Is held by Mrs. C. B.
Allen, of thls city, who has Barrod
Rock pullets which aro already rallu
bio egg producers, at tho ago of four
months and nine days. While this
has beon equalled by White Leg
horns, Mrs. Allen believes that It may
stand ns n now record for dual pur
Ono of Mrs. Allen's pullets ban
laid for threo days In succession, In
Itself u highly unusual uchluvomoul
for a now layer,
Announcement was mndu on Tues
day of tho purchase by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Paul C. King or tho Dr. U. C.
Coo residence on the river front. Tho
consideration was not given, hut It
Is understood that It will bo In tho
neighborhood of 1 11,000. Tho deal
was handled through J. A. Kustos.
Mr. and Mrs. King arrived lit Bend
only a few weeks ago, traveling from
Boston by auto. Their now property
Is ono of tho finest for renldenro
purposes In tho city. Dr. Coo, tint
former owner, was in Bond for u
number of years, but Is now practic
ing In Portland.
IS TOTAL FAILURE
Fruitiest Hunt In .Mountain- Repott
ed by Al KduimN Imperii.
llir Yield Next Venr.
Put It In Tho Bulletin.
Tho huckleberry crop of Central
Oregon Is u total failure this year '
Is the declaration of Al Edwards of
this city ufter u fruitless hunt
through what aro usually tho best
berry patches of the country.
Whether It Is duo to late frosts, or
is just that Inexplicable condition
known ns an "off year," Mr, Ed
wards does not attempt to say.
Tho borrles simply aren't thoro.
Next year tho crop will probably
bo u record-breaker, Mr. Edwards
Put It In 'THE BULLETIN."
Demonstrations That Demonstrate-No. 1
Cows of the
One hits n scrub cnlf,
sired by a scrub bull.
mm.:.. ti .
in in .-Jin uu fjcruu
beifer will sell for perbnps $73,00 or $80.00 wben grown. Tbe other wns n fine
big calf, sired by a registered Shorthorn bull. 'I his calf is fur bigger than the
other and will make a cow, that while only a good grade, on account of increased
size, quality and breeding, will out sell the other calf by perhaps $25.00 or $1)0 00
IT COSTS JUST AS MUCH TO K.USE ONE AS THE OTHER. ' '
Remember, Better Bulls, Bucks and Boars
Build Bigger Bank Balances.
WATCH FOK NO. ?.
The First National Bank of Bend
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