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BEND IJUMiKTIN, IlHNl), OREGON, THURSDAY, OtTTOIlim I), 11)10
What's Doing In The Country
POWELL BUTTE BOY
IS AWARDED PRIZE
POWHMi BUTTE, Oct. 8. Curl
Jncnbson, tho young son of Mr. nml
.Mrs. Huns Jacobson at this place,
took llrst jirUe on mcclinntcnl de
vices nt tho fair, lio having on ex
hibition n miniature morrygo-ruond,
run "by oleclrlclty. nil tho work ot
his own hands and brain.
It to announced that Joo Kltiott
has lutvHd his horns plnoo to Mr.
rfhd Mrs. Watson, recently from
Kort Hook. They le the much
SWEET CLOVER CUT
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT ill 11012, Oct. S.O.
E. Anderson 1ms boon busy this
wuok harvesting his sweet clover.
HnRinurt Peterson nnd Mrs. Cnth
orlno Johnnson woro In Bund Thurs
Mrs. O. E. Andorson was u Turn
nlo visitor Thursday afternoon.
Howard Young was' tnkon slok
Wednesday nfturnoon and want to
Bend that evening to Consult a
bv the ver and will soon mow av. ami .Mrs. J. sonu au small
onto It rrotn their temporary home . daughter aro visiting a lew days at
on the Oeorge HoWw homestead. J. W. Peterson home. Mr.
auy Dobwta ot ItedMand and "" JT!!,,tly "0,d h,B tmrm l
J. F Elliott of Powell Uutto baTiTlBrj,,fn."' , , , .
J.i.1 .... i- ....i ... it,- i...un. i Mr. Hotton of UehMml is clear-
MIU fcU' i. v....' . .. wwaia... 1UJ . .. Uu tf . .,.1.
nig pubw iKHii iui a mr. ...nun.
Vallej Cule Raiser' Rau..u.o.i.
Dollver? wa mads Monday.
a M. CharltOH bought' lOO
heftft of owes frtm J, M. William
son this week and will keep thm
on hH lend here at Powell Uutte.
Mr. and Mrs. Vrn Ltll and chil
dren ot Ilend caino oror Thurday
nnd spent the night at the H. II.
Stewurt home, and they, together
with tha Stowart and Roberts fam
11105, nttonded the fair Friday.
Nearly nil Powell Uutto nttondod
the fair one or raoro days last week,
but vary few had time to prepare
Dan Hourigan, Tom Cronln and
D. E. Verges spent several days last
week in Protlund, returning In time
to t.iko In tho fair.
E. Earl Charlton has gono to Port
land, whero ho will roniain several
S. D. Mustard, who has always
horctoforo carried off all tho blue
ribbons nnd silver cups thnt he
tried for. was too busy to exhibit
at all this year nt tho fair. He
had so much hay to look after and
his threshing was not yet done.
Mrs.. E. A. Dussett and Miss Fay
Busselt went to Sherman county
last week to visit .Mrs. Dussctt's
uncle, Den Drown, who Is In very
Tho now residence of George
Klssler Is nearlng completion, it
being now In the hands of tho plas
terers for the finishing touches. Mr.
Klssler has a large family nnd Is
building n modern homo Inrgc
enough for every comfort.
John Drlscoll sold his sheep to
Charles Parristu This is a fine
little bdnd of sheep, and Mr. Pnr
rlsh Is buying for his four boys.
Wbllo hardly in their 'teens, these
'boys aro early learning business
methods that .will stick with them.
The farm known as tho Jim
Turner place of ICO acres was pur
chased recently by J. E. Elliott and
The property lies north ot the AV.
II. Gray place.
Fred Seeling ot lie ml was a vie
Itor in this neighborhood Sunday.
J. W. Petereo tilled Mb alia on
Mr. and Mr. Ralph Peck and
Mr. and Mm. W. H." Peck of Culver
visited at the W. H. Gray home
Sunday. Ralph Peck Just recently
returned from overseas after IS
months' service with the American
oxpoditlonary forces. He was
Mr. and Mrs. O, E. Andeseon at
tended I ho Interstate fnlr at Prlne
Anton Ahlstrom made a buslnoee
trip to Redmond Tueeduy.
' .Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E .Anderson, ac
companied by Mrs. Mitchell ot Turn
nlo. was n caller at tho C. P.
Becker homo Mondny afternoon.
J. W. Petorson mado a busiuose
trip to Bend Thursday.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson was In Ilend
on Frldny afternoon.
Mrs. Alfred Pcdersen has been
working for Mrs. W. II. Gray u tow
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Cath
erine JohuiiBen. accompanied by
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T. Mlkkclsen nnd
Alfred Mlkkclsen. attended the
Prlnovillo fair Saturday.
Mr, Dokklu Is helping tho
Mr. Skulton called on J, I.
Mrs. ElUnboth Fryrour 'is with
Mrs. King In her old homo hoio.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Davo Fryroar re
turned to their Washington homo on
WORK BEGUN ON
FUNERAL AT SISTERS
FOR VETERAN OF 87
CLOVERDALE, Oct. 7. Mr. John
Burr Fryrcar of this placo. passed
away at Mill City on Sept. 27, 1919.
Ho was born In Henderson county.
Kentucky In 1833 and crossed the
plains In 18S3 from Illinois. In
1858 he married Elizabeth Perry and
soon after camo to tho Oregon
country whero he ban lived ever
since. Shortly before his death he
rodo horseback Into tho Dreltenbtich
Hot Springs. Ho was III but n fow
uuy uoason ot Jieumonu. mis is i days. Ho leaves a wlfo Mrs. Ellin
homestead land and sold for $25 I both Frvrear. four son John. U'll
per acre. These men ltuvo bought Hani, Davo and Joe and ono daughter
a water right for tho place nnd will J Mrs. Richard King, nlno grund-
immcuiaieiy oegin clearing ana children
beedlng It to nlfalfn. It is their children
Intention to bring In pure ored Mr.
enmo ana specinuzo in mai line, j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hodson returnod
air. nnu .Mrs. a. w. unyno antiiiiomoon weunesuny evening.
DESCHVTES. Oct. 9. Work
started last week on tho road nnd
bridge crossing tho Deschutes Rlvor
nt tho old Mnrsh Aubrey cabin,
about three miles north of Tumalo.
This will make n shorter haul for
the products In tho suction north of
Tumalo to the rnllruud by from
about threu to five mlltw.
We understand n new rural matt
route out of Redmond will start N'or
lat.. coming up to within three mllea
of Dmchutwa poet office whloh will1
cut oft several patron of this uffic.
Mr. W K. McCormlek has .i large
band of fine sheep gnuting on the de
sert just eaat of Deeehutea and the
herder if ports that cayotee are very
troublesome. Mr. MefuriHlck loaded
two cars of lamlw for Chicago mar
ket Sunday evening.
The Central Oregan Irrigation
Company during the past three
weeks has sold iilnetttfii 10 -acre
tracts of laud.
Mia Florence Foster, who forwor
ly taught tho DeMhuuw school.
writes her frlonda that she I now
located at Troadwall. Aloakn. Una n
nice school and enjoys tho novelty
nnd beauty of the scenery. She has
climbed several mountains nnd gono
Into n mine UGOO foot back under
tho channel. She stutes that thv
iavo ovory convenience and board Is
Miss Hllgn Holgreen has gono to
Newport to visit her parents for n
couplo of months.
Mr. Fred Wollllon of The Ilend
Bulletin was u culler ut tho Central
Oregon Irrigation Company office
last Tuesday, taking dinner nt the
Mr. Jerry Schooling has purchased
tho J. S. Churchill place, which Joins
him on tho north; consideration
$1000.00. This will mnko n valuublo
addition to his place.
We understand that Mr. Frank
Bayn, who has been suffering with
rheumatism all summer Is Improv
ing. Wo slncorely trust he will soon
bo fully recovered.
Mr. Howard Young nnd Mr. Alfred
Hunuell camo down from Bend
Thursday afternoon to see Mr. Hun
nell's aunt, Mrs. h. A. Brandenburg.
Alfred seemed very glad to bo homo
again, hnvlug Just recently returned
from Germany. Ho waa in the big pa-
rado nt Washington, D. C on tho ur-
THE GOLDEN RULE
n nnd nlno great grand-1 rival there of General Pershing.
niHi'vrril?'.'",1 Mr u"'1 Mm! Jcsw Starns wore
? m 7 n "?! ki . nntJi weok end guests of Mr. F 8. Stanley.
d Mrs. J. B. Hodson returnod ,,., ..." , ''
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Worroll visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Abboy, Mrs
unci shopped in Bend lust Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Yates. Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Worrell nttonded
tho Crook county fair and were
Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Rnyne. and
Mr. and Mrs. Milner In tho even
ing, forming a merry party that
took in the carnival at Prinevllle
Mr. Stevens Is "building n stono
garago at tho C. L. Worrell ranch.
Mr. Worrell brought out tho lum
ber for It last Monday from Red
mond. Fred Atchlnson of Redmond was
a callpr at tho Worrell ranch Sat
Threshing Is in progress at the
Henry Hanson ranch. Mr. Hnnson
has recently had a telephone in
stalled in his homo.
I Mrs. Stearns having accompanied
Nancy Abboy nnd Chnrlle Abbey
were visitors ut the Parborry ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Hodson nttondod
tho Prlnovillo fair on Saturday.
Mr. Bert Richards of Baltimore,
who visited his sisters In California
for the past two months is visiting
hla sister Mrs. lrvln Parborry. Ho
arrived In Redmond Sunday morn
ing. J. L. Parborry is filling his silos
this week with suullpwers, corn nnd
Mr. and Mrs. R. Burling shopped
In Sisters Saturday.
Mrs. Billy Wilson and sons Vnnnnd
John attended the Prlnovillo fulr on
Mr. and Mrs. Rny Abbey were
Clovordale visitors Monday.
Books Books Books
We have just received a big line of popular
reprints and copyrighted books to suit the read
ing fancies of everybody, including the well
known authors John Barr McCutcheon, Harold
Bell Wright, Zane Grey, Jack London, Douglas
Fairbanks, Rex Beach, Booth Tarkington and
y Copyrights Regular Price
Bend's Book Store
Mrs. John Ryan nntl daughter from
Portland in Sirs. Ryan's car last Sun
day. A Portland potatp buyor spent Fri
day in Deschutes vicinity, Inspecting
tho potato flolds, but did not contract
for any potatoes. Ho seems to think
that tho market was vory unsottled
and that present prices would de
cline. J. R. Bonhnm, who graduated us
Master Buckaroo under the tutelage
of Marshall Auherry in 1874 and
later as a Master Ford Sklnnor, bus
boon at the wheel of- the Tumalo
stage for a few days whllo Wat Jones
Is off tho run.
Our little Sunday sohool in ngaln
organizod nnd wo had n very nlco
attendanco on tho fith, but wo would
llko to havo a lnrgor attendance and
wo cordially Invito overyono In our
vicinity to como to Sundny school. It
is a good placo for grown ups us well
as children, so wo hope overyono will
come. Sunday school boglns at 11
Mr. Peto Hardy of Redmond and
Mr. Van Huoffel of Bond were guests
of Mr. F. 8. 8tanIoy for dinner Sunday.
Our stock is filled with new arrivals
in Young Men's Nifty Suits in mod
els and designs. We claim to save
youthe most money-not by giving
a cheap short lined garment, but one
that is as durable as it is smart.
Featuring the well known
Winter won't wait-
' you. Come in
Our Underwear Department is now
ready for your most exacting wants.
All weights in cotton, wool-mixed,
silk and wool and pure Wool. See
ing our line will convince you we
have what you want at the right price.
O tl 1 1 w H CUfH
We carry a complete line of Union Made---
in all colors-blue, brown, knah and grey light weights to
heavy Weight Wool. ,
HOME OF PERSONAL SERVICE
MANY FAIR PRIZES
TERREBONNE. Oct. 7 A largo
number of Terrebonne pcoplo nt:
tonded tho Prlnovillo fulr Friday and
Saturday und us usual captiued tholr
miiiro ot mo prizes - Harvey Outes
took tho $25 prize for tho host farm
oxlilblt, John Perry took threo drain
on corn whllo Mrs. Poiry took olovon
prizes on needle work, ono on tom
atoes and ono on sweet potatoes.
Mrs. Oulbralth took soven on needle
work and crochotlng and Mr. Mit
chell nnd Mrs. Parr ouch ono on
Mrs. M. A. Pickett loft Sunday
morning for un extended visit at her
old home in Indiana.
Principal Irvin of tho Redmond
union High School visited Torre
bonno high school Wodnoaday.
Rov. WIlllumH of tho Presbytorian
church of Redmond was u school vis
Mrs. Strand, principal of Culver
high school spent tho wook end with
Miss Minn Elliott. A ploiisant little
party was given In her honor nt tho
Davidson homo Friday ovenlng.
A son arrived at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs, Vernon Hall Suturday. Ho
has boen chrlstonod, Vlncont Vornon.
Opuuty superintendent J, Alton
Thompson visited school Monday.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
PLAIN VIEW FARMS
PLAINVIKW, Oct. 8--W. K. IIom
has purchased u line now Dodgu
truck arriving at homo with It last
Airs. H. U. Burses nnd children
and Mrs. II. A. Scogglu wore guesta
at the A. W. Armstrong homo on
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Ilurtley, Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Anderson, tloorgo
U-rny, Ray Armstrong and Louis and
Albert Nlrschal nttonded tho Prine
vllle fair on Friday.
Mr. Will Patterson of Portland
was entertained at the Hoss homo
Wednesday uvimlnir. Mr. I'hMitkmii
'Is traveling In this vicinity for a
millinery Iiohho In Portland.
C. F. Chulfan, P. Van Tussol and
Edgur Ileartt returned from the
mountains Frldny ovenlng to return
to their work on the Squaw Creek
Mr. and Mrs. McKlnnoy, Miss Pul
Hum nnd Jim, Mr. und Mrs. J. B.
Elklns and 0. C. McCulIlster attend
ed tho Prlnovllio fair Saturduy.
Wllma Colfelt spent tho week end
with Ida Hoss,
H. L. Burgess of Bend, was n
caller at tho A. C. McCalllster ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Armstrong
weru guestH to dluiieli ut tho Box
ranch Wednesday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Hoss will start
for Paisley on Tuesday
Tho regular church sorvlces woro
hold ut tho school house Sunday
afternoon Oct. 5th with a small
crowd In uttoudunco. Mr und Mrs.
Andres nnd children of Clovedalo
and Mr. Ebbe of Redmond accom
panied Rev, Wllllums.
J. A. Wnnd and Paul Scoggln nt
tondod tho fair nt Prlnovillo tho past
wook entering soveral horses In tho
John McKlnney und Jim Piilllam
woro cullers in Sinters Sunday,
is closed for fair
J Mr. nnd Mrs. Butler culled at tlmltlon. "Baby llyu." by Margari't IU
toucher's cottage Tuesday afternoon.
uiiariue i.owo was in iiunti wen
newlny. Mr. Wlilttenmu and Clarence
Smith are In tho mountain after
I.. C. Young made a buitliiemi trip
to noun .Mommy.
Mrs. and Mr. C. M. Rnsmussen
vlsltud nt tho J. Pedursun home Mon
day. Missus Isnbollu nnd Fay Smith
spent Sunday with tholr parents ou
tholr ranch In this vicinity.
IlA.Na : ,IAU" 0cl- -airdoii
Dutt who lives in this district drives
to school in Bond In tholr now cur,
Tho school In district 21 closed
Wodnesduy to attend tho (Irungo
A beautiful now bungalow Is being
built on tho 120 acres of land which
Mr. P. J, YOung recently sold,
Mr. Charles Williamson h nblo
to ho out again uftor his accident In
tho lunibor camp,
Mr. Morchunt loft for tho momi
talmi Monduy to got his cattlo.
nJJ1? (f01"10wl'"' I'ooplo roprosontod
this elghborhood ut tho Prlnovillo
fair Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. Roy
nolds und daughtor, Ellzhoth( Mr,
and Mrs, Erlckson and daughto?
family, ajrdon Dutt, Mr. C, Smith
nnd family, and Miss Ida Dalile,
HOUSE WARMING AT
LA PINE ENJOYED
LAPINE, Oct. 8. A largo crowd
attended tho house warming at tho
C. K, Hill homestead Saturday eve
ning and danced until tho wco hours
of tho morning.
A Sunday school was organized ,t
tho Commercial club hall Sunday
ovenlng nnd elected Lilly Brown,
superintendent; und Lllllo Boguo,
secretary. Classes will moot every
Sunday at 10.30.
A. H. Stavu camo all the way from
Dwlglit, Nohr., to visit East Luko.
Ills brother It. R. Stuvn accompan
ied 1ilm. They nro old friends of
Louis Tomes, who used to llvo nt
Alfred Schultz or Bund was visit
ing relatives ut Lupine Sundny and
Monday, Ho returned to Ugnd on
tho stage Monday.
Mrs, F, M. Chrlsomnn of Kllvnr
Lake woh at Laplno Monday,
Tho following people reglstorod at
tho Lnplno hotel during tho past
week: Stuvn Bros., of Dwight,
Nobr., Conn Breou of Luvn Luko,
Mlko Anglnnd of Bond. Chus. Crnsbv
of Portland, Poter Rldgortiry of Lako
Vlow, Dun Ilotirlgan of Bond, II.
iimmorinun or Crescent C P. Dor
ian and Dr. J. c, Vaiidovert of Bond,
Mr. und Mrs. R. A. Miller of Hpok.
niio, JameH Dalloy Barry, Hugh
O'Connor nnd Rous McPhoison of
Portland, C. R. Uruhnm of Paisley.
Bert Onoy took several llrellghters
to tho SurvoyoiM Woll Monday bo
tweon Laplno und tho ctimmlt station
to light u 11 ro that has gained cou
nhlerablo headway In tho yellow
plno soctloii, Tho forost service olll
cluls woro iinuhlo to got nnyoiio to
light tho nWnt Prlnglo Uutto.
Louis Tomes took tho Stava Bros.,
of Dwlght, Neb., to Bust Luko Mon
day. Tho following program will ho
given at tho school house Friday
nftonioon on Oct. 17th.. by tho
Uplno High Ho'iool Literary
sooloty: Song, "Tho Star Hpunglod
Baiinor' by tho school: rocltutlon,
m,oro, ZUH ,u croalim Mun," by
Wilfred Fordhunij rocltutlon, "Mar-
c,ot D!& by Ho," Mniiton: rcelta
tlon, "Mary und Hor Cold," by Opal
Bwuyzo: hoiik. "liattin n nt i.-:
?.?inVH by .,.,,Bh 8cll00, ".'"'ilogiio,
"Bellini' ihn nnt ' ! m. ,".!
Pupils; rocltutlon, "Count Your
Blessings," by Ruby Onoy; roclta-
ber. reading. "The Ideals of Life "
by Ruth Parr; recitation, '"it.w
'Ireou .Mountain Hoys." bv Vernon
.Mast on, rending, by Lllllo llogtic.
song, "Juuiiltu" by four girl
rending, by .Marian Donahim. mcllu
lion. "The American Flag." by Clif
ford Clow; rocllHllini. "The Negm
Boatinun." by Jewell Kwayne. moiik
"Columbia Tim (loin of The Ocean "
J. W. McCormlek. prominent
shoofhuyor of Bond was at Lupli.e
II. Cavutmugh went to Bund Tues
day to attend the smoker ut tho gym
F. W. Weber and MIhh Rose Hun
noil went to Bend Friday,
sheepbuyer of Bend, was at I.npli.e
W. It. Riley went (o Bend Sunday
nnd returned Mondny.
A dinner was given nt school Mon
day noon In honor of Helen Clnrli's
Leu Boguo went hunting Sunday
II. Cnvnnuugh was fishing on the
Duschutes Monday. Ho cai.u hniito
with a story relating tho fact that
ho had ouch a big llsh on tho .look
that ho hiis tumble to pull ht'ii out.
MrM. Buesly Is sick with a sovurw
Nell jour poultry through Bulletin
Farm Crops or
Buildings to go
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your farm and
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year in which
C. V. SILVIS