rAGE 9 BEND nUliliRTIN, BBND, OnKCJON, THURSDAY, KOVKMMttt SO, 1Btl :m;tia:!:tn!!:wi::::t:r.i::n::!:!:t:::t:K:t!i!K::Kt::Ht!!!:KiH::u:Mrt::ti:t:m!!!iHi::!!::!:::!::vU!ii(itr.tU!:!ty What's Doing In The Country wuimsBsssaaiiMsswnsKnaiwsswium BIG RANCH BOUGHT AT POWELL BUTTE POWELL BUTT13. Nov. IS.- Ono ot tho biggest laud transfers mid the most Bignlilcnnt to this country for many months was tho salo Inst week tho Allan Wllcoxln Irrigated ranch, near Powoll Rutte store, consisting of 120 acres of alfalfa. A now homo and good ranch buildings for $16,000 to Mr. and Mrs. Scheurer. well known auto BtaKO people of Red- mond. Mr. Schcurer also purchased daiiRhtdrs, Dorothy and Cathcrlno wuro Quests of Mrs. Ollvor Powoll, of Prinevllle, Armistice Day. It bolng Dorothy's birthday, Mrs. Powoll guvo a dinner in her honor. Nine candles decorated tho birthday cake. LA PINE MAN DIES AFTER ACCIDENT a forty from Frank McCaffrey. thusj0Ter by a tcam Ofhor80s Thursday, LA PINE. Nov, IS. P. W. Weber and E. L. Clark attended tho foot ball game at Bend Saturday. Fred Johnson was accldently run np Hit ft tnnm nf linnAS Thlirtfdnx muarlng his ranch. Ho also pur chased an "eighty" from Herman Meyers. That lies something llko 2 miles from Community Hall. This land Is in cultivation also. The price of it was $100 porcre. Tho signi ficance of tbe sale is that air. and Mrs. Schcurer are old residents ot Central Oregon. They are thorough ly familiar with it all. and where looking for a home they troweled over much of tho northwest ' but found nothing to please them like Powell Butte. They havo bought about 835 head ot sheep taking all that Mr. Wllcoxln had and some from Mr. McCormack. Mr. Schcurer states that they will move onto tho ranch early lu tho spring intending to makethat their home. They In tend to mnko some improvements before moving. Harve Mustard left last week for a ten weeks, visit with relatives and friends at Spokane, Wash. E. C. Charlton came up from Portland this week, where ho has been visiting with his brother, H. M. Charlton, who Is In the Internal Revenue office. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ltll, and two children of Bend, visited at the Roy Roberts home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussett and daughter. Margaret, attended tho show in Bend Sunday. They had as guests. ,lr. and Mrs. Iteavls Wll coxen of Redmond. Powell Butte Sunday school has a membership drive on. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bussett and son Lloyd, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bayno ot Deschutes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Luthey aro moving from the Bear Creek ranch to the J. F. Rice ranch, recently ac quired by them, and Mr. and Mrs. Rice are movffig to tho Glen Must ard ranch that they purchased from Herman Meyer not long since. There wllljbo a dance at Commun ity Hall. Friday night. November 21 uooa leMj-anu good music is as sured. v PowejUJutte Sorosls club met -with MrSfc. D. Mustard In her beau tiful new home, just completed this summer. A very excellent paper was read by Mrs. Carl Fisher on the life of General Pershing. After which a fine luncheon was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Wm. Arnold. The next meeting of the club will bo at the home of Mrs. A. W, Bayno with Mrs. Arthur Mllner as hostess. The date will be Decem ber 10. Mrs. Will Arnold will read a paper at that time. Mrs. Fudrey has returned from a vjslt with her mother. Road Supervisor Truesdnle nas had a force of men working on tho road near tho Ferguson place, grad ing and filling u very bad place In tho road. A much needed bit of work and fixed up in good shape now. A few other small Jobs here nndthere have been completed nlso. Charley Parrlsh is tho proud pos sessor of a bran new 1920 Dodge car. Charley O'Nell and daughters, of Prinevllle, were visiting Mr, O'Nell's brother at tho Truesdale home Sun day last. Mrs, Reavls Wllcoxen and her mother. Mrs. Alma Hall of Portland, with Mrs. Ross Bussett and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs were shopping In Bend, Saturday. Mrs. George C. Truesdale and whllo hauling hay, thocmpty wagon passing over the upper part of tho abdomen. Ho died Saturday morn ing and was burled Sunday. The funeral was conducted under the auspices of the La Pino lodge ot Redmcn. Ho Is survived by his father and mother, three brothers and two sisters, all living at La Pine. Carl Wise, A. R. Donahue and R. E. Eaton and W. R. Riley wero at Bend Saturday. Mr. Riley served three days on tho Jury. Miss LIUlo Brown visited with Miss Nell Travis at Bend Saturday and Sunday. Miss Rose Hunncll who has been sick with tonsllltls for the past two weeks resumed her position In tho primary room Monday. Anna Doming is back at school again after nn nbsence of one week on account ot misplaced ligament in ner Knee. J. O. Hoffman was over from Prinevllle to attend tho funeral of Fred Johnson. J. P. Duckctt and wife of Sisters were at La Pino Tuesday. Tho following guests registered at thb La Pino hotel during the past week: W. J. Stcmper. Seattle. A. A. Dawson. Portland. Floyd Lam, Silver Lake. Stello Gowdy. Silver Lake. Frank N. Wallnco. Bond. Mr. Winkle. Bond. A. R. Donahue. La Pino. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haines and Dr. H. M. Horton, and wife, Bend. S. N. James, Burns. A, E. Hobs and G. Reed. Bend. J. P. Duckett and'wlfo, Sisters. C. P. Dorian. Bend. Neal Sly, La Pine. F. O. Elmgrcen. Wastlna. Con Breen, Alfalfa. S. D. Fredrickson, La Pine. carl Tennis. Lakeview. E. G. Gustavlson and Thos. Hutch inson, Redmond. F. P. Schmidt, Maupin. L. E. Penrose, Madras. E. W. Count, Lakeview. C. H. Young. Bend. John H. Harrison, Bend. W. II. Merrlman, Bend. M. H. Morris, Prairie City. Prentice Van Tassel, Gist. Frank Johnson and wife. La Pine. J. O. Hoffman, Prinevllle. W. E. Johnson. La Pine. Mrs. Egll, Fort Rock. Elizabeth and Ethel Glaab of Crescent entered school Monday, In the sixth grade making tbe total en rollment 41. night. November 21. A program will bo given nftor which tj6 bushels will ho auctioned off. Everybody Is cor dially Invited to attend. Kd. Swnlloy Is having a now houso built. Mr. Thorpo 1b doing tho work Anton Ahlstrom mndo a business trip to Redmond. Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs, 11. T. Mlkkolmui ne compmtlud by Mrs. W. 11. Gray woro shopping In Bond Wednesday, J. W. Peterson made n business trip lo Bond Wednesday. Mrs. C. M. Retinoid nnd Mrs. Geo. Knnoff of Deschutes wero crtllern nt tho Andurson homo Thursday even ing. O. E. Andurson wbh helping W. II. Gray mnko a pond tho first of tho week. Alfred Pedurson was working for Jlmtnlo liulton several dnn this week. .Air, Htiunnon or uonu, who recent ly purchased tho Harper place has moved Into tho Willluma houso for tho winter. f Anton Ahlstrom nnd Rasmus Pet ersen havo boon serving ou tho Jury all this woek. Mrs. Cathcrlno Johatison and Mrs. H. T. Mlkkelsen, visited Mrs. Ole Hanson of Deschutes, Tuesday after noon. J. D. Whlto and son Rotlle wero In Bend on Saturday. FjB. Baughman was In Bend on Saturday. Ho was accompanied by Miss Ruth KncMiemeyer. II. T. Mlkkelsen mndo a business trip to Portland Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brandenburg have moved on to their ranch again. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson, woro Don't Disregard Cold. James McCrery, Berrien Centor. Mich., says ho was troubled with kidney and bladder trouble for two years and used several kinds of medicine without nny benefit, but Foley Kidney Pills -savo him relief from aches and pains and stormed sleep disturbing bladder ailment. They stop backache nnd rheumatic pains; oase lameness. Sold every where Adv. PLAN BASKET SOCIAL AT PLEASANT RIDGE PLEASANT RIDGE. Nov. 18. There will be a basket rodal at the Deschutes school houso on Friday You'll Enjoy Buying Groceries At Our Store Everybody does. Jk cnuse it's conducted just the way you think u pro eery store should be. II 'is conducted to serve you. To supply you with groceries in a way thnt will save your time, pre vent annoyance and furn ish you with good things to eat at fair prices. Prompt service, courte ous personal attention, accurate accounts, are ev eryday features at our store. And in addition you have the benefit of our complete knowledge of the grocery business. We know what's good and we make it our busi ness to tell you. Smith's Grocery !2 t n st. Mfffff!fiI'!!!illllttHf 22211111211 firlO M THE SAME OLD STORY R some time we have been urging the bseeding of better live stock, not as a hobby, but simply as good business. The Chicago live stock market reports indicate that that there is still plenty of improvement to be made. The Chicago Market recently carried the following inter esting. information: Prime Angus and Shorthorn Steers $18.75 per cwt. Southern Knothead Steers' .. 5.75 per cwt. The National Better Sire Campaign Is Now On. Remember Our Slogan--" Better Bulls, Bucks and, Boars Build Bigger Bank Balances." WE WILL HELP YOU GET THE KIND OF SIRE YOU WANT, THE DANK WSUPERIOR SERVICE. The First National Bank of Bend '::::tK;ns:!:;!n!:::!::it::ia ....:i:::r.Kmi.:t::iir:atBsmu: umnzsmwwH)tmtui:ai.ux::i:r.iu:r.;: ::::t:i:::u::!:n;i:si:nininit;:ii:i:iit:t;t:tiii;i::nt:i:::n:s:.V You Must Act Quickly IF YOU ARE GOING TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THESE WONDERFUL Phonograph ' Bargains itS .ONLY A.SHORT TIME NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS AND ' YOU WILL WANT TO HAVE A PHONOGRAPH. , Two New Player Phones In Oak Cases With 10 Records $90 American Phonograph In ' Golden Oak With -10 Records. $85 Large Mandel Phonograph $175 Value', With 10 Records $125 American Phonographs in Fumed Oak and Maho gany with 10 Records $100 American Phonograph Smaller Size Fumed Oak ' With 10 Records $75 One Small Victor, .$25 Value With 10 Records. $23.50 These are only a few among the many splendid offering we earf make you at this time now that our stock is full and complete. N) -s A Few Records here For Yoi' ' ; "Johnny's In Town" Arthur Fields and Peerless Orchestra. "Buddy Boy Peerless Quartette. "Howdy" One-step and "Russian Rag" Earl Fuller's Orchestra. "That Soothing Serenade Robert Lewis. j "When You Feel a Longing In Your Heart" Columbia Quartette. "A Little Birch Canoe And You" Sterling Quartette. "Light Your Little Lamp Of Love For Me" Campbell and Burr: , There are hundreds of others that will appeal to your sense of music. L. K. SHEPHERD Sphier Building EVERYTHING IN MUSIC Bend, Oregon grfcvrolggg ' Bond visitors Saturday. I W. B. Vim Allen and Olen Cox of l Deschutes wore In thin neighborhood Sunday, soliciting membership!! for ;tho Red Cross. 1 Fred Seeling of Ilond spont Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. uray. John r,nvnrdi left Monday with his car of household goods and Mock for Prossor, Wash., where bo has rented a farm. Jlmmlo Hutton returned Hundny front his ranch near Redmond where he went Saturday after a load of hay. A crew of men nrc putting In a now bridge naur the Uuughman place. from Sisters Sunduy to visit the Juck family. ATHLETICS GAIN AT YOUNG SCHOOL COMMUNITY DINNER FOR LOWER BRIDGE LOWER 'BRIDGE, Nov. 19. -The community will have their usual community dinner at the schoolhousu on Thunksglvlng. Tho children will havo a program prepared by tholr toucher Mrs. Parrot, Tho annual community dinner 1h tho big ovout of the year at which time all now sot tlera get acquainted. Mrs. Fred Walter left for Tacoma to bo with her daughter and eon, Fred, who aro uttondlng high school there, Mr. A. Fullor mndo a business trip to Bend on Monday. Mth. Young of Redmond, visited at tho Hostess home, Monday. Mr. nnd Mrn. Holmes and family wero Redmond whoppers Saturday, Mr. Fullor Is going jntb tho dulry business. Ho Iiuh alreudy purchased 8 cows. , Mr, Jack's family has moyed up to tho Roles place so as to bo nearer tho school, Mr. and Mrn. Nowbnld camo from Redmond to spond tho week nnd on their farm. Mr. and Mrs, Ilosklns mudo busi ness trip to Plalnvlow Monday, Tho Silica Mill will start up In tho next few day with a doubled capa city having boon closod down last few days enlarging tholr capacity, Mrs. R. S. Towue wnB caller nt tho Kedder home on Frlduy. Horace Urooklug has finished dig ging his spuds, he hnd a bumper crop, Mr. and Mrs. Brown motored down ORANOB HALL, Nov. 10. Tho Young school has hooded thn pica of the Oregon Bducators for more ath letic sports In tho schools. They now havo fivo ball gumes, namely; Has kotball, volley ball, soccer, football and base ball. Tho pupil stato they have learned every game themselves. This week Ihey added foot bulls, pur chased with tho money thoy won at mo uruuge nun inir jor Having iiiu best school exhibit. Mrs. Clarence Smith entortnlucd the Ladles' Aid last week. Mr. Lester is building u largo dou ble garago. Mr. Dahl and family and Mr. Hoi gesen und fnmlly attended church service nt the Lu tho run church In town Sunday, Mr, J, N. Crowe und son Molvln, nnd a cousin are ou the high desort after cattlo. lloforo Mr. Lester had his long drovo of sheep corralled hero on his pluco 24 hours, tho border had bmughldown two coyotos, .Mr. and Mrs, HalgeBon, Mr. nnd Mrs, Dahlo nnd Mr. und Mrs, Ileebo und daughter and son, lrone und Ly man culled at tho J, l'edersen homo Sunday aftornoon. Mr. nnd Mrs, Nelson nnd family spent sabbath day at Rev, Johnston's homo near DoHchutos, Mr. Fred Reynolds is rostlng this week, sitting on the Jury. Ilonnett Young visited with Chris Stock Sunday. Mr, und Mrs, aoo. Erlckson took n Hhort drlvo of 72 Dillon Sunday southeast of Rend to visit with Mr, und Mrs. Qunderson. Violet Hettmun visited with Kath arine Holgcsen Sunday aftornoon, Clins, Lowo visited ut tho Hottmnn ranch Sunday, Grandma Reynolds, Oortlo Nlckor son nnd baby Charles, woro Sunday callors ut tho Hottmun homo. Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Hott mnn, Mrs. C, M. Rusmussen, Mrs, L, O. Young, Mrs, Hottman, Mrs. Ooo. Mooro and Mrs, Wlgmoro. wero umong those who attended the hoc- hi I gathering ut Orango Hall oJ. uoitday evening. Mrn. L. C. Young called nt thw ivucuem cottage one evening las week. . UL lUroiiuneniN It In Anyone. My son hnd n cough for a longV time." writes Mrs. Heck, 728 Fohrv Avj,. Louisville, Ky., "und ho tried, better that nlglji than he had for some time. It certainly Is lino. I recommend It to nnyono. (lood for coughs, colds, croup, whooplnif cough. Children tnko It. Contnlnn no opiates. Bold Kvorywhoro. Adv. Tat It In "Tins llULLiriW 'jninuniunKinRsmuiamimttssuunuiuunuinamiutai ii Don't Allow Your ' Farm Crops or'' Buildings to go Uninsured. We will insure your farm and allow you one year in which to pay the premium. C V. SILVIS BEND. ORECON f iiiHwiii:smiiMM:mimiHKwwmmH:wi!immi:uwKi '