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TIH'RHDAY, OCTOIIKK III, HMD
11KNI) hUl.l.KTIN, XUiSl), ORKGOX,
PLEASANT RIDGE TO
BE ON MAIL ROUTE
PLEASANT UIDGR. Oct. 15,
This nolRhborhood Is to havo a rural. ea the fair at Tunmlo on Thursday,
mall route boKlnnliiK November 1. They enjoyed the Rood dinner served
This routo will start from Itedmond. by the Indies of Tunmlo In tho
comliiB by way. of Cllno Falls to tho church. Quite a lot of Rood exhibit
White Rock corner at Anton AhMwero displayed, especially tho hand
HtromB, from there It boos cast to tho work.
Bond-Redmond road- then north Mr C. P. Ilockor nnd llttlo dnuRh
past F. II. BauKhmnn's. through tor Klmorine of near Tumalo woro
Pleasant valley to KeUinonu. Tho
establishment of this route has been
pending for soveral years. It will bo.
a great benefit to tho farmers who,
havo had to go to either Redmond
or Deschutes tor tneir man. inionu. .
Rev. nnd Mrs. J. Scott left for1 for perfect attendance tho last
Portland Tuesday night whero they
win nrnhniiH' mnko their homo. !
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Thoso ntteuaing tno Tumaio Kair
from this neighborhood on Friday I
were: F. B. Baughmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. W. Petersen. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E.
Anderson, Mrs. II. T. Mikkelsen, Mr,
nnd Mrs. J. I). White, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Mikkelsen and Oswald Pe-
derson attended the theater matlneo
party nt Bend Saturday given by
Fred Stanley, Jr., tho occasion Wng
Mrs. Olo Hanson of Deschutes call
ed on Mrs. Catherine Jonhansen Mon
Anton Ahlstrom was filling his
silo on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whito were In
Bend Saturday shopping.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho movies la Bend Sunday
II. T. Mlkkol8on nnd Alfred Pe
derson were in Redmond Tuesday af
ternoon. O. E. Anderson received tho blue
ribbon on ono of his Shorthorn
heifers at tho Tumnlo fair,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Swalley and
children nnd Mrs. Jones were Bend
RasmUB Pederson nnd Hans Mik
kelsen were in Bend on business
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Peterson and
children accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. J. Scott were Bend visitors Mon
Rolllo White Is going to school In
Bend this winter.
Tho many friends of Mrs. W. H.
Gray will be glad to know she has
recovered from her recent illness so
she can be out again.
Alfred Pedersen is building a con
crete cistern on his place.
Mr. and Mrs. McCIure of Bend,
were callers at the Baughman home
Mrs. W. II. Gray accompanied Mrs.
O. E. Anderson to Bend Saturday af
ternoon. F. B. Baughman had an exhibit
at the Tumalo fair of several fine
sheep on which ho was awarded
Mr. Nelson who lives near Red
mond wae a caller at tho Anderson
home Sunday afternoon.
COLUMBUS DAY IS
KEPT IN DESCHUTES
DESCHUTES, Oct. 15. The 7th
srado history class entertained with
a Columbus program Monday after
noon. The class improved tho pro
gram, which was well received by
the youngor pupils, nnd two visitors,
Mrs. Redfield and Mrs. McCormlck.
Mr. C. P. URen of Jersey, Ore
gon, came in Thursday evening for
a vjsit with Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mc
Cormlck. Mr, W. 8. URen. of Oregon City.
was a visitor tho past week at the
Mm. McCormlck ranch.
Mr. Will Jansen arrived In Des
chutes Saturday morning with a car
load of stock, chickens and house
hold goods. His wife and little
daughter came In on Thursday night.
They are now living on tho Henry
Gray place about 2 miles from Des
chutes. Wa aro glad to welcome
Demonstrations That DemonstrateNo. 7
NE of Our Best Farmers operating a 40 acre
ranch, keeps books and showed a net labor
income last year of $2,245.00. He.knows what
his various farming operations are paying, and
which lines are unprofitable.
Another farmer calculates his accounts "by guess and by
golly." No one knows exactly how much he lost or made, but it is
a safe bet that after paying interest on his investment, he paid for
the priyilegeof doing a years work for nothing.
Do You Keep Farm Accounts?
THE HANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
The First National Bank of Bend
In The Country
thorn to our community.
Mr. Geo. Stanley, who Una boon
vlalthiK IiIr father, P. 8. Stanley, lort
Inst Friday night for Portland.
Mr. P. M. Herifleld and wife. Mr.
Mnlinl t'nnnolv mill Olon Cos lUttMid-
callers on Mrs, Connoly and Mrs
Rcdfield Sunday afternoon.
Quite n band of Bheep loloiiRlng
to Mr. McCormlck wont thrnuch
Deschutes Monday morning for Itod-
ouarter of Sunday School Mildred
Borgstrom. Kunlco Bergstrom nnd
!..,. n. .. ...
-" mursiun were nwarueu orome
Mr. Jack Brulla was a passenger
xnis morning. Oct. 13, on tho train
goln to Redmond.
Mr. Grnnvlllo Clifton and Mr. Up
ton oi rrwcviiie wero callers at tho
Central Oregon Irrigation Company
offlco on Friday on their way from
tho Tumalo Fair.
Master Frederick Stanley enter
tained his friends at n birthday party
Saturday afternoon, taking them to
tho picture show at Bond, after
which they wero all invited to havo
Ice cream at ono of tho up-to-date
Ice cream parlors. Tho young people
had an onjoynblo afternoon. Thoso
present wero: Misses Francis Mc
Cormlck, Knthcrlno nnd Charlotte
Rodfield. Eunlco nnd Mildred Berg
strom. Ethel Slaughter: Master Al
fred Mlkkolson. Hans Hanson. Orvll
Petersen. Lylo Thurston, Harold
Mearlo. Lamenco Slnughter and Mrs.
Geo. A. Knnoff chaperoned tho party.
SURPRISE PARTY IS
GIVEN AT PLAINVIEW
PLAIN VIEW. Oct. 15. A very
pleasant surprise party was given for
Mr. ond Mrs. Hubert Armstrong last
Saturday evening at tho A. W. Arm
strong homo. A largo crowd gather
ed and enjoyed some Jolly games and
later in tno evening excellent refresh
ments were served.
Guests from outsldo of IMafnvlew
wore: Mrs. Howard and Fred Wil
son. Tumalo; Mr. and Sirs. Louis
Bennett. Silver Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnney were;
omiern visitors naiuraay.
A largo representation from Plain
view attended the fair at Tumalo on
Friday. H. T. Hartley. John Mc Kin
ney, j. b. and Elvin Elklns and Jim
Pulllam took part In the races and
oucKing contest. Fifty dollar nf
prize money from tho races was turn-
ea over with about twenty eight dol
lars from tho salo or tacs. to the com
munity hall fund for Plalnvlow.
Mrs. A. E. Hoss returned home
Thursdav from a pleasant three days
trip to Paisley and tho neighboring
Miss Lily Colfelt, a student nt tho
Bend high school snont tho wenk ami
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker
and famllv aro exnected to return
from Portland In tho near future to
live at their new ranch home,,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett nnd
family from Silver Lake are vlsoltlmr
ui mo j. a. w. scoggin ranch.
Tho regular meeting of tho O. D. O.
club will bo held with Mrs. Sarnh El
klns on Thursday afternoon. October
16. The ladles aro asked to bring
pieces of worsted and silk also need
les and thimbles to work on the new
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Armstrong,
Ray and Wllma, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert
Armstrong wero guests to dinner nt
the J. A. W. Scoggln homo Sunday.
Miss Luella Burgess is at the Box
A ranch this week.
P. A. Scoggln was a Bend caller
Jim Pulllam was a caller at the El
kins home Sunday.
WATCH FOR No. 8.
Ooorgo Gray and Albert Olpson
started on u trip to thu IiIrIi desert
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Hartloy, 1'. A.
Scoggln and John MoKlunny uttoml
ed n cattle tuuetlug nt Staters Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Armstrong
started from lledmoml on Monday
uveulng to go to Corvnllls whero thoy
may locato permanently.
J. A. W. SoorkIu hauled a load of
lumber from SlBters Saturday.
POWELL BUTTE CLUH
HAS GOOD MEETING
POWELL BUTTE, Oct. 10.- Mrs.
E. L. lverson was hostess to tho
Powell Muttu Sorosls club Woilnesdny
afternoon, October 8th. A very
pleasant time was spent at the clone
Mrs. Ivorson assisted by Mrs. Carl
Luudnulst and Miss Lundniilst
served dollctotiM refreshments. Tho
next mooting will bo nt Community
hull. Oetfthnr 22. with Mm Prank
Klsslor ns hostess. Thero will bu
election of officers nt this meeting.
John O'Cnllahan has finished hay
ing on tho company's big ranch hero
at Powell Butte.
Miss Dorothy Truosdnlo has re
turned from n pleasant visit with her
sister Mrs. Bel Powell nt Prlnevlllo.
Miss Fay Dussott spent tho week
ond with Redmond friends.
B. Meson u left the first of tho
week for Tncomn whero ho will visit
his (lauphtor who resides thero.
Mrs. Hugh Stewart has been suf
fering fronTu severe attack of laryn
gitis, but Is much Improved nt pres
ent. Mrs. Rosa Bussott snout soveral
days last week with her friend Mrs.
Reaves Wilcoxen of Itedmond, during
tno time Mrs. wilcoxon submitted to
an opcrntlon on her throat from
which she Is recovering nicely.
Air. nnd .Mrs. J. A. Rlggs iittonded
uio lair hi Tumaio aim reports n
Mrs. Luckcy Is teaching tho Hus
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Rico hnvlnc
leased their own homo to Mr. E. P.
lititney, Uiey liavo iiurchnsod tho
Glen Mustard ranch near their other IClt Spencer wuh u Tuesday bust
placo nnd will move onto It as soon'noss visitor nt Bend.
as somo work Is dono on tho houso. !
There Is 35 acres In tho placo nnd It j
Is understood tho purchase price was
Boy Roberts has returned from a
trip to Portland nnd other points
whero ho went on business.
Herman Meyer Is nt homo nt
Powell Ilutto again nfter n stay of
somo months In Portland whero ho
was receiving treatment for his leg,
which was broken In a runnway acci
dent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Arnold uttended
Rebecca lodge In Prlnovlllo. Satur
dny night, the occasion being a visit
of the Grand President.
Mr. McCormlck was circulating
anion tho hay men of this commu
nity, last week ho closed a deal with
Meyer Brothers for n largo quantity
of oat hay at $20.
John Driscoll is hauling his oats
to Prlnovlllo, wo understand, they
are paying $60 per ton for them,
E. A. Bussett Is delivering oats to
the Redmond warehouse.
Henry Hanson and Wm. Peterson
havo bought a large ranch at Bear
Creek Buttcs, about 7-1 head of cat
tle goes with tho purchase as wall ns
other stock. These men will uso this
ranch forv summer pasture for their
beef cattle, as thoy butcher every
week and sell to markets as well ns
SENT TO TERREBONNE
TERREBONE. Oct. 1C Tho car of
sulphur for tho Terrebonne fanners
arrived Inst Friday. Tho results
from tho use of sulphur havo boon so
satisfactory that many moro will try
It tins coming year.
M. M. Miller and family left last
wcok for their new homo near Boise,
A number of delegates from the
Terrebonne Robeccu lodgo attended
tho Itebeccn convention nt Culver
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wester wont
to Portland last week expecting to
stay several days.
.1. 8. MoVcy wont to Portland this
week. Ho will return In n fuw days
and iirrnngu his affairs hero so that
ho nuiy go to HoIho tor the whiter.
W. It. Davidson has Just completed
n silo mid (loo, MuoGroRor Iiiih oliu
nearly finished. Tho early frost
spoiled a good deal of oiihIIuro ho
that some who contemplated bnlldliiR
solos will put It otr another year.
The GiUbrnlth family attended
church services In ltodmond Sunday
and wero guests for dinner nt tho
Mrs. Peckhitm nnd the Whlter's
family were eutertaliiod for Sunday
dinner nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs,
W. F. Mnckoy hnd n birthday
Saturday and coiiHouuontly a party,
n cake with thlrty-nluo candles nnd
an nil around good time,
RYE SEEDING STARTS
ON MILLICAN FARMS
MILLICAN, Oct. H. Mr. Torrol
d family weiit to Bear Creek to pu
in the fall ryo ni tho Beaver Land
Company Bear Creek ronch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Holland are visitors
at tho L. P. Roonoy homo today.
Thu Itoonoy family expect to move
to Bond next week,
. M. C. Keller brought out Mr.
Nichols car Friday, to use during his
absence from Bnd,
L. P. Hnoney called nt tho Holland
Tho mouthers of tho school board
met nt tho Ell Spencer home, Mon
day. Mrs. T. Tnuchor, Mrs. Mary C. Rol
ler nnd Mrs. George W, Cooko mndo
ti business and pleasure trip to Bend
Tuesday, returning tho same day.
A. T. Shaver. Guy Schufer. and
Mrs. T. Tnuchor nnd Mary C. Keller,
wero Bond visitors Thursdny.
Mrs. J. Hollnnd was n visitor nt
tho R. R. Kuler homo Thursday af
ternoon. Saturday, tho district voted whe
ther or not thu pupils should bo
handled from tho west ond of tho dis
trict to tho east cud schol houso.
C. II. Grotfcnberger inndu a busl-
nes trip to iieuu Tuesilny.
H. K Cooke Is getting nlong very
nicely oven though tho children have
"t been able to got their comploto
supply of new books, duo to u short
ago In tho Bond stores.
Bocnuso Wm. Ream Is not qulto
ready for tho well drill, tho drill will
bo moved to tho Howard Dyer plnca,
boforo going to tho Ilenm homestead.
L. G. Morgan our local storekeeper
Is an honorary live member of tho
fire department. While spending
several days In Bend tho past week,
ho enjoyed must of his tlmo around
tho Bend flro department.
LA PINE MAN DIES;
. FUNERAL IS TODAY
RUN' IN DAILY TODAY
LA PINE. Oct. 1C J. 8. Bcesoly
died Monda at 6:00 p, m. of leak
ago of tho heart. Ho was born In
Marys Co., Mo., In 1SS3 and wns GG
years old. Flo leaves a wife, two
sons at Portland and ono daughter at
Redmond. Tn funeral was held un
der the auspices of thu La Pino lodgo
of Itedmond th's afternoon nt 2:00
o'clock. Ills oldr brother at Mozell,
Mo., hnd Intended to spend tho winter
with him. Ho also hns a sister at
Colorado Hprliigs, Colo.
Wm. Foss tins purchased tho WIN
Hams building and lot on tho corner
of Main and Third streets, nnd will
erect a largo brick building In tho
F. 8. Durham of Alplna. Mich.,
who has been cruising timber In tho
vicinity of La Pino loft for Bond,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mlllor, who
havo boon spending their vncntlon
nt La Plnn left for their hotnu In
F. W. Wober and W. O. Fordhnm
woro fishing nt East Luko Bundny.
. Miss Bono Hiinnoll nnd Miss Lilly
Brown wont to Bend Friday and re
A. M. Prlngle and Fred Woolflen
nnd party of Bend wero at EaBt Luko
E. L. Clark and Matt Raber wero
nt Fort Rock and Bast Lako, Hundny.
Mr. and Mrs, Ash nnd party woro
at East Lake Sunday and returned
to Bend tho samo ovonlng.
A largo crowd attended tho dance
at tho Commercial club hall Friday
evonlng. Supper was served at tho
La Pino hotel.
Violet Howard wns visiting with
her parents at Fort Rock ovor Sun
day. Dr. and Mrs. Hendershott of Bond,
wero at tho Masten mill Friday eve
ning. Louis Tomes wns at East Lako
Arthur Parkor wns at Ln Pino Fri
day on business.
O. P. Dorian of Portland, was at
La Pino. Frldny.
F. O. Lindsay of Hood River is nt
Davis lako on a duck hunt.
C. L. Morgan, Jiomestondor nt
Davln Jako wuh at La Pino, Fri
day. Prlvnto E, L. Coblo returned from
Franco a month ago and Is spending
a fow dnys at La Pino on a vacation,
Tho following roglsterod nt tho Lu
Pino hotel during tho pnst wook:
B. S. Btoldor, Fort Hock: C. E. Shop
hard, Portland: C. V. Sllvls, Bond;
O. E. Ponroso nnd A. J, Motborn, Sil
ver Lako: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ooa O. M,
Olbbs, Mr. nnd Mrs. M, M. Arm
strong, Livingston, Mont.; L. Lon
vlllo nnd C. B. Prnthor, Palsloy;
Frank Muray, Sllvor Lako; A. 13.
Hoss, Spokuno: Mr, and Mrs, F. W.
Phillips, Colvlllo, Wash.; Goo. Clark,
Pullman, F. 0. Oblo, Prlnovlllo; John
Colomnn, Now York; C. B. Mahoney,
Kansas City; Ethol HondorHhott,
Bond; Edith Masten, La Pino; A. J.
Romor, Crescent, Lloyd Root, Mod
ford; A. O. Emblom, Crnlno' Prnlrlo;
M. H. Taylor, Bond; C. II, Cciffman
and wife, Eugono; W. II. Oeorgo,
A debate will take place at the
commercial club hall Friday evening,
Novomber 21, tho subject is: "Shall
women bo granted tho right of suf
nwner'n ranch, 1 Vd miles HUUthwoHt of UohoIiuUih, will
Livestock. Farming Implements, lloumiliolil Goods mid it
10 A. M on
lot or otner
MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1919,
1 Sorrel Horse, 8 yrs.
old, weight about
1 Sorrel Horse, 11 yrs.
old, 1150 poonuV
1 Black Jersey Cow, 3
yrs. old, milking
1 Jersey Cow, 7 yrs.
1 Guernsey, 9 yrs old, .
2 Heifers, 18 mos. old
1 Heifer, 10 mos.-old
4 Jersey Milch Cows
3 Jersey Heifers, 2 yra.
1 yearling Bull
2 Heifer Calves
65 Plymouth Rock Hen3
Kentucky Grain Drill
with grass seeder
TMIMM OK HALKi Cash
Over that sum, a credit of six
proved paper bearing 10 per cent. Interest, or a discount for cash
of 6 per cent.
KltKK Ll'.WII AT NOO.V PLKAHE Illtl.VU fl'PS
R. L. THURSTON, Owner
"I'l.VKIK" KK.VNOI.DS, Auctioneer l . MILLER, tleik
MOTOKS FROM EAST
r-kr no 4 vnn n.m
FOR GRANGE FAIR
(MANOR HALL, Oct Ifi -Mr
Broadus nnd wife from Wisconsin.
arrived nt Orange Hull In time for
tho fair They had driven through
In their car and hnd been on tho rond
three weeks. Mr. Broadus Is n pota
Tho Young .Ichool pupils feel very
hnppy over having won thu first
prize nt tho Ornngo Hall fair, Oct.
8. Tho Itlchardsou school won sec
ond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nolson attended the
fair at Tumalo Thursday. Oct. 9. Mr,
and Mrs. Reynolds nnd daughter. Eli
zabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Dahle and
daughters, and Mr. and Mr. Brick
son nnd daughter attended tho fair
on Friday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slcklcr of Tn
coma, are visiting Mr. Slcklor's
mother. Also her sister, Mrs. Lester
Moore, who lives three miles north
Mrs. Hartwlck nnd mother arrived
hist week from California to Join Mr,
Hartwlck, who recently purchasod
tho Tooney place.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Reynolds nnd
dnughter Elizabeth, visited nt the
Jnmesen homo. Sunday.
Mr. Nelson and family attended
church In Bond. Sundny morning.
Miss Dorothy Young called on An
na Smith. Sundny afternoon,
P. J. Young and family visited at
L. C. Young's, also the Crowe home,
J. Pederson was in Bend Monday,
Half of tho now library that tho
young school pupils earned last wint
er has arrived and Is now being en
joyed by pupils and patrons.
SMALLPOX CASES ARE
FOUND IN REDMOND
Rlseuin Comes Only In Mild Komi,
but Many An Asking Vaccina
tion ns I'rvvrntltc.
REDMOND, Oct. 15 Hcroral cases
of small pox wero reported and
quarantined lust week, but all cases
woro so mild that It was expected
they will all bo out of quurantlno
within u woek. Notwithstanding tho
fact thut tho cases are mild, mnny
children aro being vaccinated as a
The time when you want
a fire in your living room
in the morning and even
ing is here
When you're selecting your HEATING
STOVE remember Unit we cun save you
money. We huve n full line of stoves
now thut will satisfy you completely.
New Tennessee Cedar
Aromatic Hope Chests
$27.50 and Up.
USE YOUR CREDIT AT
Gilbert's Furniture Store
personal property, iiokiiiiiiiik in
5-foot McCormick. Bin-
A new Fanning Mill
1 Fish Bros. Wagon,
Double Shovel Plow
12-inch Walking Plow
Set Double Harness
1 Bone Grinder
McClanahan 220 - Egg
, 5-Gallon Barrel Churn
" Victor Phonograph and
Jersey Sharpless Cream
5-Gallon Milk Can
10 Tons Good Alfalfa
on all sums of $10 mid under.
(C) mouths will he given on un
, ? Friday night the teachers of
l'.uth A'.'" m,b" ttttA ,l1"" "cliool ntid
Mru. lllroin Smith hnd a wlonle roast.
Thoy report having a splendid time.
llnl;5,lTr,! y nl,,iLrr KmuUx ,w"i
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afternoon to attend services there,
Tho property whero It. P. Ilodlfor
and sous havo been living has recent
ly been sold, so they havo moved In
to thu house formerly occupied by B.
Directors of tho Deschutes Valley
Potato Growers Association met In
tho offlco of the County Agent S.v
urdny afternoon to discuss policies to
be followed during the coming sea
son. Thu executive committee of tho
Farm Bureau held Its monthly meet-
(Continued on I'oro II.)
Farm Crops or
Buildings to go
We will insure
your farm and
allow you one
year in which
G. V. SILVIS