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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
HEND nUTiiKTlN, nENP, OnKGON, THUIWDAV, N0VKM1IKR 'JT, If) in
What's Doing In The Country
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II onry Hood, Hoiid,
Tho road to' Horn! Ih In fiilrly
good condition uguln. Somo tlriiK
glng uiul rolling would do u groat
deal of Rood as the ground Ih sat
united wllli moisture.
Most of tlm ranchers are doing
their full plowing, Mr. Suso hnv-
mid mm Henry,
callois In Item!
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T13HHEUONNH, Nov. 25. Thore
Cnthrlno Johnnscn wore shopping In
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has been n largo shipment of tur-iHedmond. Mondny,
kovs. goose, and chickens from hoio J. W. Peterson was In llend on
ttils avcqK to Bend, Portland and business, Wednesd
'Mr. Parry and Mr. Snnpp return
ed from Dufur last Sundny evening.
They -wore picking apples nt that
place for tho past wcok.
A number of young peoplo at
tended n surpriso 'birthday party
Riven in honor of Miss Lottie Mead,
last Thursday evening.
Mrs, Pellet entertained a number
of ladles at a quilting bets Wednes
day, Nov. 19. A delightful and
hearty ropait "was served at noon.
Those present were: Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. Dietrich, Mrs. "Wimp. Mrs.
Snapp, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Graves,
and Mrs. Miller.
air. and Mrs. W. R. Davidson,
and Mrs. and Mrs,
spent last Monday In Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nichols and
son Lester, left for Tho Dalles last
Wednesday, -where they will spend
Mrs. Galbraith's mother, Mrs.
Trapman, of Lynden, Washington,
Is visiting here and will prooaoiy
remain for the winter season.
Mrs. Booms, tho visiting school
nurse, spoko nt tho Parent-Teachers'
meeting last Wednesday, on tho
"Diet of Young Children." Another
pleasing number on tho program
was the dramltization of Jack and
Jill, by -Ml 8s Dietrich's pupils.
Mrs. McVlcker a former pastor
of this place spoke to a well filled
house last Monday night.
, Rev. Williams of Redmond, gavo
another one of his Interesting
talks to tho Terrebonno High
School and grammar schools last
Wednesday morning. His subject
this time -was "Rural Now York."
A. B. Dyer and son Lee, -wore
here last Thursday looking up a
location. After a year's ranching
In Washington. Mr Dyer has decid
ed that the mercantile 'business in
Terrebonne suits him well enough.
Harvey Gates held his annual
shooting match last Saturday af
ternoon and thus disposed of twelvo
turkeys and geese, besides afford
ing a lively good time for marks
men and spectators.
The first rabbit drive of tho sea
son was held Sunday and a large
number of rabbits were killed.
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Cubsen of
Prlnevillo came out Thursday to
spend n few days on tholr ranch.
B. S. McKay and family havo
moved Into Andrew Nelson's house
for the winter.
Ir. and Mrs. J. B. Anderson and
children of Bond, visited at tho
homo of Mr. and 'Mrs. O. K. Ander
son on Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Cabeen wont
to Redmond Friday evening.
This Woman Found Roller.
Men nnd women suffering from
kidney mid bladder trouble will bo
glad to rend how one woman found
relief. Mrs. 11. Hyde, Homestead,
Mich., writes: "I hud that terrible
backache and tired nut feeling,
scarcely able to do my work. Foley
Kidney PIIIh made mo feel like a
new person." Sold everywhere.-
, Cheerful Recommendation.
"They should bo In every travel
ing man's grip," writes Geo. Jcnnor,
tie Labor St., San Antonio. Tex., of
Folev Cathartic Tablets. "Thnv nm
W. J. Hall, the best laxative I have taken nnd
1 cheerfully recommend thorn to
anyone suffering with constipation
or biliousness." They clennse bowels,
sweeten stomach, benefit liver. Sold
BAZAAR AND SOCIAL
LA PINE TO BEND
ROAD IS BETTER
BASKET SOCIAL IS
ENJOYED BY MANY
PLEASANT RIDGE. Nov. 25.
Thursday of Mrs. G. W. Bales of
Mrs. O. E. Anderson was a guest
Anton Ahlstrom and Rasmus Pet
erson have Been serving on the
jury all of this week.
The following people from this
neighborhood attended the basket
social at Deschutes Friday night:
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pederson, Mr.
n'nd Mrs. O. E. Anderson. Alfred
Mikkelsen, J. Peterton, Mr. and
Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Swalley, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. John
son nnd Watt Jones.
Alfred Mikkelsen spent Satur
day with Hans Hanson at Deschutes.
Fred Seeling of Bend, spent
Sunday -with Mr. and Mrs. W. If.
H. T. Mikkelsen is pulling trees
for Mr. Shannon.
Jimmlo Hutton went to Redmond
Saturday -with a load of wood.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson
were callers at the Redfleld homo
at Deschutes on Monay evening.
F. B. Baughman left .Monday
night for Portland to attend the
Pacific International Livestock Ex-
LA PINE. No 25. Mr. and Mrs.
nnd Miss Roso Hunnell were at
Math Raber, iMiss Llllye Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Scott and
sons were at ln Pino Saturday.
.Mr. C. H. Clow is on the sick
George McLaughlin made a busi
ness trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sly were
at Bend Friday.
Henry Reed wont to Fort Rock
Saturday evening with a truck
load of freight.
William and Albert Johnson are
hauling hay for Mr. Fob.
Felix Sprlngstubo nnd mother
made a business trip to Bend
F. W. Weber made a business
trip to Crescent Friday evening.
W. G. Fordham and Eugene Jen
son went to East Lake Friday evo
E. L. Clark was a ttho Walker (
Basin headgato Thursday.
W. R. Riley went to Bend Sat-'
urday and returned with n load of i
freight. Tho crcaraory has been I
closed down for the winter and ,
cream is now shipped to Bend and ,
Mr. an Mrs. Burgess are contem
plating leaving for Portland.
Noah Xrtpe who has a home
stead in the Walker Basin, was at
La Pine Friday.
Tho following guests registered
at the La Pine hotel during the
Roy R. Staton and wife,, Corona,
A. B. Cray and wife, Corona,
W. H. Merriman. Bend.
Frank Hamond, Bend.
A. McCellas, Yakima.
E. B. Matmorc, Yakima.
A. C. Matmore. luklmu.
Chestor G. Springe and
J. Cable. Redmond.
Roy Kelley. Bond.
Clyde Stokoe, Bend,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
Pete Smith. Bend.
Mike Daley, Bend.
Joe F. Mann, Bend.
Frederlekson Brothers, La Pine.
A. E. Hoss, Alfalfa.
Black McGee, Bond.
J. R McGee. Bend.
Ceo. W. McLaughlin, Walker
PLALNVIEW, Nov. 25. The O.
I). O. Club wilt hold n Thnnksglv
Ing Bazaar and Social nt the Scott
plnco Thursday evening, November
27. Old fashioned dances will be
n feature of the evening. There
'will -bo also n fortune teller, a fish
pond nnd lots of good things to
eat. Tho school children will give
their program, which Includes a
costume, dunce. Everyone Is Invited
and a ood time In assured. The
proceeds will bo donated to tho
Bwtr ef Los
The Central Oregon
Will Pay One Cent
Above the Market
Price for Butterfat
Paid by Portland
Fair, Honest Tests.
The Creamery Sboul d
Bring in Your Cream
THE SAME OLD STORY
jplOR some time we have been urging the breeding of
better live stock, not as a hobby, but simply as good
business. The Chicago live stock market reports
indicate that there is still . plenty of improvement
to be made.
The Chicago "Market recently carried the following inter
Prime Angus and Shorthorn Steers $18.75 per cwt.
Southern Khothend 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 BANK OF SUPERIOR SERVICE.
Frank Col fell
(1. V.. McCiilllstor made u trip to
Paul Sooggln returned homo on
lust .Saturday evening from llend,
after spending a week serving on
Mr. Mini Mrs, P. Van Tassel vis.
Hod their relatives In Torrobonno,
tllloH January has moved to the
old .Shoemaker place, which ho Iiiim
Hev. Williams preached his fare
well sermon al the school house
Sunday, November 10. There was
an unusually largo crowd In at
tendance. No definite announce
ment can he made at present as to
Hev. Williams successor.
Mr. and Mrs. S, I.. Ilurgoss and
family were Plaluvlow calleis on
Hay Armstrong hauled a load of
potatoes to Deschutes Sunday for the
car shipped Monday morning by A,
The O. I). O. Club held an all day
session Inst Thursdny, mooting nt
tho club rooms In the morning to
make necessary preparations for the
bazaar to be hold Thanksgiving eve
ning, and In the afternoon n good
representation met with Mrs. t F.
Chairan to work on the club quilt,
Miss Jo Hurgess of llend visited
at the II. A. Scoggln home tho past
II. T. Hartley was In Lower
Hrldge Friday returning homo Sat
urday. Mrs. M. J. Van Tnsiol returned
to her homo nfter spending several
weeks with relatives in Sisters.
Mrs. C. F. Chalfun was n guest
ut the A, K. Iloss home Kriday.
Tho Plaluvlew potato growers are
looking for stronger competition
from tho Powell Hutto vicinity as It
Is reported a colony of Jnpanese have
purchased recently 13.000 acres
thore attracted by the qualities of the
I 7 bi vn ms i OBP lHH MHHHHV B M
Farm Crops or .
Buildings to go
We will insure
your farm and
allow you one
year in which
C. V. SILV1S
c a package
before the war
c a package
during the war
c a package
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
Tho Van Tassel driving team made
quite a spectacular run away Satur
day throwing out several of the oc
cupants of the rig Fortunately no
one was seriously hurt.
Owing to tho excellent fall wea
ther there Is quite a little plowing
being done in Plnlnvlew.
Tho young married pooplo met
with Mr. and Mrs, II. A. Scoggln
last Saturday and enjoyed tho eve
ning playing Progressive five hun
dred. II. T. Hartley attended tho meeting
of tho Sisters Metollus Livestock
association at Sisters last Saturday
A. W. and Hay Armstrong pur-
! chased a new woodsaw and gasoline
uiikiiiu iii iiiiiui limi wi'Ufc. t lli'jr
hare tilled several enRagetuents for
sawing wood nnd nro taking urdurs
fur more work.
Out Tills Out It Is Worth Monry.
Don't hum this. Cut out thin
slip enclose with fie to Foley & Co..
283T. Sheffield Ave, Chicago, III.,
writtlng your mime uud uddrusu
clearly. You will receive In return
a trial package containing Foley'a
Honey nnd Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley'a
Kidney Pills nnd Foley's Cathartic
Tablets. Sold Kverywhere udv.
Wintering Stock -Pasture nnd
feed for winter Write or phone P.
A. Dovors & Son, Tumalo, Oregon
Cin.. sr 9al1 vrywh9t9 In
tcitntiflcMlly ! Jici4. of 10
cltttllfi nr tun pchit 300
cl(ticttmi) In a .n.pr
cormimt etrton. Wm Utongly ic
emmtnd (hit ctrfn for th liomm
oroOlcm tupplyor ytbn youlitrml
They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will bo very prcnt
because their refreshing flavor and fragranco
and mellowness is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette I Bite is elimi
nated nnd there is n cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty uftcr-taste or uny un
pleasant cigarcUy odor
Camels are made of an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choico Domestic tobaccos and uro
smooth and mild, but havo that desirable full
body and certainly hand out satisfaction in
generous measure. You will prefer this Camel
blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight!
Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then
compare them with uny cigarette in
the world at any price for quality,
flavor, satisfaction. iVb matter
how liberally you smoke
Came la they vill not tire
your taste I
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winiton-Salcm, N. C.
The First National Bank of Bend