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IlENI) IIULIjKTIN, MKND, OllKOON, THURSDAY, HKIT. 18, 1IH
"Get this straight"
says the Good Judge
What's Doing In The Country
WOMAN IS INJURED
BY A VICIOUS COW
GUANO H HAhti, Sopl. 16. Mm
Fred Iloynolds was attacked by one
o( tholr cows mul rccolvcil several
sovoro bruises- beforo hor husband
could rescuo hor.
Charles WlllliiniBon lind tho mls
fortunn to cut IiIh foot with an nxo
while workliiK In n lumber camp
south of llond.
P. J. Young sold 120 ncroa of
his ranch to Lnkovlow stocktnon
for J12.000.' Mr. Youns still re
tains tho forty tho homo 'buildings
Mrs. C. M. llnsmussen spent Tues
day uvonlnu nt tho S. A. Dutt home
Anna Smith was buying now
school books In Rend Friday.
Mr. Toomey sold his ranch. Ave
miles north of Bend. Tho consider
ntlon was understood to bo $6000,
Tim four pupils who took tho
eighth grade examinations last
year nt District 21 will nttond IiIrIi
school in tho following cities: Ivan
Ilechlold, In Spokano; Walter
lllchnrds, Portland; Noedra Toomoy
and Clydo Smith, Bend
Krauklln Toomoy, who -.attended
high school in Bend last year, left
Monday for Portland, where ho
will attend collage.
Mrs. Hotttnnn nnd daughter wore
shopping In Bend Friday.
Thero was no school tho Inst
threo ilny 8 of last week ns Mrs.
Ilasmusscn was attending tho In
stltuto nt Bend.
Qlrdon Dutt, Houben Nolson nnd
Mablo Dnhlo started to high school
in Bend from this neighborhood
Many now nutos nro making
their nppenranco in tho arnngo hall
Ylclnltj. A now Chevrolet nt Mr
Dahlo's, n now Ford nt Mr. Nelson's
and Mr. S. A. Dutt Is patiently
waiting for tho Ford company to
deliver his now car.
District 21 opened school Septem
ber 8th, with Mrs. C. M. Rasmussen
again as teacher. All are looking
forward to another successful
Elisabeth Reynolds returned home
from La Grande, where Bho has
been visiting hor grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Young, Dor
othy Young and Chris Stock spent
Sabbath day nt tho C. CM. Hasmus
sen home, near Deschutes.
Vodn Xolson left for her homo
In La Grande, Oro.
Clarence Smith and family re
turned from n camping trip in the
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Young mnde
a trip to tho Willamette valley to
visit Mrs. Young's parents. They
-went through tho McKenzle pass
and returned by way of Portland.
MILLICAN TO HAVE
A NEW DANCE HALL
MILLICAN, Sept. 16. Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Mnrtesto,
Cal.. at tho Win. Roam homo, u
5 'i pound baby girl, Monday, Sept
onibor S, 1913.
Win. A. Beam bought tho former
Dennis store building, Monday, ami
will move it out to his place to use
for a da n co hall for tho present.
Tho bids tor tho painting and In
stdo finishing of tho school houso
wero opened Thursday Win. A.
itentn was awarded tho contract ns
ho had handed in tho lowest bid.
Mrs. Lucy Morgan returned from
lioraco Cook Is at Bend on busi
ness, he will ho the toucher in tho
East End school for tho coming year.
A teacher has also been hired for
tho other school.
Tho W. W. Grlnstead family has
moved to Bond.
L. D. Boonoy visited over Sunday
at home. Ho oxpocts to put lit his fall
grain noxt week, and haul hay.
It. B. Keller made a trip to Bond
Monday, taking In two beeves for
A. J. Cook. Mr. Torrol accompanied
mm back to Mllllcnu Tuesday.
Today, 11. It. Keller Is bringing
out a now gasoline engine for O. J
Cook. II. K. Cook oxpocts to come
back with him.
Mrs. Morris is on tho sick list
Most of Spencers havo been sick ro-
Joseph Holland hnulod two trucks
of water for Mrs. Itooney tills week.
Mary Holland called nt tho Keller
Tho tobacco (hat gives
you tho most lasting
chew is tho kind that
b'twes you money. You
don't havo to take so
many fresh chews. The
rich tobacco taste stay3
right with it. That's
why you take a smaller
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
. put ttf) hi two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT h a long fine-cut tobacco
Cut Tlili Out It Is Worth Money.
Don't miss this. Cut out this
slip encloso with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2S35 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III.,
writtlng your name nnd address
clearly. You will recelvo In return
n trial package containing Foley's
Honoy nnd Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds nnd croup. Foley's
Kidney Pills and Foley's Cathartic
Tablets. Sold Everywhere adv.
POWELL BUTTE FARM
IS SOLD BY S.-LOGAN
POWELL BUTTE. Sept. 16. Tho
ranch occupied by Mr. Cox nnd own
ed by Saunders Logan of Paulina
has been sold to people from tho Wli
lamotto valley who will tako posses
sion tho first of October. Tho con
sideration was not lenrncd.
Nels. Larson is helping E. II. Ste
wart through tho haying season.
Mrs. C. M. Charlton nnd Mrs.
Arthur Wurzwolicr visited with
Prlnovllle friends Saturday.
Mrs. Win. Wurzweller nnd son
Max wero guests nt tho Wurxwaller
ranch hero Friday and went on to
Prlnovllle. where thoy wore Joined
by Win, Wutiwollor nnd then loft
for tholr Portland homo. Max re
turned to tho Swamp ranch.
Miss Graco Bourgu of Seattle Is
visiting with her friend Mrs. Boss
Frank Klsslcr, E. It. Ageo nnd
Carl Stevens went on n hunting trip
to the mountains last week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hal ph. Christian of
Prlnovllle nro employed nt tho Boy
Roberts' ranch during haying
County Superintendent of schools
J. E. Meyers, with Mrs. Meyers and
tholr son wero guests nt tho homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Hobbs Sunday.
Mr nnd Mrs. Bunko nnd family of
Prlnovllle visited nt tho E. A Bus
sott homo Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Connhlo of Buffalo,
Now York, who has been visiting her
sister Mrs. James Lemon has loft for
Sunday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson,
Mrs. O, E. Anderson accompanied
by Mrs. W. II. Gray, Mrs. II. T. Mlk
kolHou and Alfred Mlkkulseu was In
Bend shopping Wednesduy.
11. T, .Mlkkolson holpod O. E. An
derson butcher n hog Friday after
noon. Rnsmiis 1'otorson-wiut cutting ull
age for Henry ilolmholtz near Red
mond tho last of this week. '
11. T. Mlkkolson nnd Alfred Po
deiHOii wont to Redmond Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson on
tortalned tho following guests Mon
day ovonliiK,: Mr. and Mrs. W. II,
Gray, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Mlkkolson,
Alfred Mlkkolson, Anton AlilHtrom,
Miss Illlma Nelson, Rasmus Peter
son. Miss Catherine Johnson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Olo Haimou nnd Hans Han
sou. Anton AhlHtrom Is building a now
cement cistern on his plnco.
.Mrs. t'nrrlo Johnson of Tumalo
i jagUTHC INSTRUMENT Of QUALITY ,-Q I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCaffrey and Carl Hanson wero chllem at tho
gnvo n party saturuuy night in Honor J. v. Petorsou homo Sunday
MAHOGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
From toe to heel
the BucKurciiT Army Shoe h every inch
a man's hoe! Worn by men in all walb of life
at all timei, in all clime. A ihoc built for unusual
comfort and extra lervice. Get a pair today!
At principal iciUn on the Pj'lie Cout. If
your iciUr It not lujplirJ, order direct from
MWsctwrcr. BUCKINGHAM & HECHT Sn Francuco
of Miss Maudo McCaffrey, tholr
nolco of New York, who has boon
spending tho summer visiting them.
Tho ovonlng was spout in games nnd
with some very fine musical uuiii-
bors. A dainty luncheon was served.
Mrs. McCaffrey was assisted by Mrs
James Lemon. Miss M. Cuffrey loft
Tuesday for hor home.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Win. Potorsou havo
bought tho bunch of calves nnd year
lings that wero running In tho roads
and breaking through pooplos fouces
nnd wero annoying funnors. Mr.
Peterson nnd Henry Hanson have
formed n partnership nnd will but
cher nnd sell dressed meats this
Honry Ilnuser purohnsed 300 pure
blood whtto leghorn hens recently.
Mr. and Airs. Roy Oliver wero
called to Paisley Inst week becauso
or tho serious Illness of Mrs: Oliver s
grandmother, hut havo' returned and
nro at tho O'Catlahnn ranch now
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Templeton
visited Mr. Tamploton's daughter
Mrs. Will Arnold nttd Tumlly last
Helon Curtis Is nt tho Charlton
ranch to spend tho winter nnd at
FARMERS ARE HAYING
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE. Sept 16. A
few of tho farmers in this neighbor
hood havo started cutting hay. A
good second crop Is expected.
J. W. Peterson mndo u business
trip to Bond Saturday.
Alfred Pedorsen is digging n cis
tern on his plnco.
B. S. McKay is building a now
houso on tho placo which he pur
chased last spring, J. A, Choso is
helping him do tho work.
Mr nnd Mrs. B. P. Mnhaffoy and
H M Stephens of Bend took dinner
Demonstrations That DemonstrateNo. 3
WATCH FOR No. 4.
ONE of our good friends had been vaccina
ting his cattle for black-leg with garlic, like
his grandfather did, but still his cattle continued
to die from the disease. This past season we
induced him to use the U. S. Black-Leg Vaccine
and his cattle came through without the loss of
a single head, tho un vaccinated stock died from
black-leg on the same range.
So far, so good. Now let's advance a little farther. We would
like to initiate the vaccinating of cattle with the GERM-FREE
Vaccine. One vaccination immunes for the lifetime of the animal.
See us tor particulars.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Whltn mid nmi ttnl.
Ho wore Bond visitors Thursday.
Anton Ahlntroni nccompanled by
Oeo. Holton of Doschutes and Mrs.
Alfred Poderson, nnd Mrs. Catherine
Johnson wero In Redmond Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson in
tended tho show .In Bend Saturday
Mrs. II. T. Mlkkolson nnd Mrs.
Cntherlne Johnson spent Sunday at
tho Iluuson homo near Deschutes.
Don't Neglect Yourself.
Lamo back, shooting pulus. tortur
ing rheumatic aches, swollen joints,
soro muscles, pnfflncss undor oyos,
floating specks, and nu "always tir
ed" fooling nro Indications that the
kidneys nnd bladder nro not worklnc
properly. Foloy Kidney Pills soothe
and strengthen weak nnd (Unordered
kidneys and bladder. Sold Every
MOVES TO VALLEY
CLOVERDALE. Sopt. 10 Kuril
sldo Brothers closed a deal Saturday
selling their ranch hero to Mr. Oood-
you think has gone
price mad, but it hasn't
Buying conditions are
not nearly so bad as
might be thought. If
THE HANK OF PERSON A L .SERVICE
will inquire, asTc ques
tions and think. He
can obtain very fair
prices, and with it he
will get what he
Service is not all. He
and when he pays the
price he wants
He gets it at
HERE'S a prido in possess
ing the finest phonograph
made, and that feeling is
enjoyed by every Sonora
The Sonora plays all
makes of disc records per
fectly without extra attachments
and with a tone of magnificent
richness and beauty.
At the Panama-Pacific Expo
sition Sonora won highest score for
A complete line of peerless
models is available.
$50 to $1000
L. K. SHEPHERD
The Highest Class Talking Machine
o in the World
rich on tho High Desert and will
tako poNosslou Octohor 1
Oeo. Iliirnsldo nnd fninlly left
Monday for tho vnlloy nnd Rood luck
nnd prosperity In tho wish of the
tunny friends hero.
Miss Gladys I'urhorry wont to
lie nd Monday where she will remain
nnd attend tho Rend hU:h school this
Oeo, Axnow nnd family have
moved to Redmond for tho purposo
of putting tho children In school.
Miss Morris attended tho teachers'
liintltuto In llond last week and re
turned homo on Saturday
J. R .Modioli nud family woro
Rend visitors Saturday,
J. II. Loiik and family wero nt tho
Cove last week ufter fruit.
llooii Fryreur nud son woro In
Rend last wcok on hiislness.
It. J. Sholtou was u culler nt tho
I'urhorry homo onu day lust week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Pulhorry woro
Rend visitors on Inst Thursday uud
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you don't know just what
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CASHMAN, Bend, Oregon
The First National Bank of Bend