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BRND BDliMCTIN, BEND, OBEGON, TIU'ltMDAr, MA11C1I 1M, 10:10
What's Doing In The Country
PLAINVIEW, March 25. A blK
band of "wolves' gathered at tho
homo of, Leslie McDanlcls on Satur
day evening and hnd a lively time.
Thero wore R number of now mem
bers inflated into the, secrets of hot
hand, pokor and oy tho time they
went homo they hnd learned hy pcr
ponal experience to bo right good
plnyers. An excellent lunch was ser
ved iiy the hosts about inldnlght.
Messrs Miller. Kltno'nnd Christy
of Clorerdale were In Plnlnvlow Sat
urday. Tho O. D. O. club held Its regular
meeting with Mrs. Vorn Llvcsay last
Thursday afternoon. There was not
n largo nttondanco but thoso pre
sent had a very plensnnt timo.
Miss Jo Burgess of Bend spent tho
week end at" tho Box A ranch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellis Edglngton of
Ida Hotw wns tho guest of Wilmn
nonnott on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo Howard of Lower
Hridgo were guests at tho Hartley
Cost More lint Price Is Smite,
Foley's Honor and Tur Is tho orlg
lnal and genulno honey nnd tar cough
medicine. It costs Foley & Co. moro
to mako than It costs others to mnko
mixtures of clionper Ingredients, but
it costs you no moro than tho cheap
mixtures. Contains no opiates. Chil
dren liko It. For coughs, colds, croup.
SPRING SEEDING AT
PINEHUnST, March 25. Mrs. T.
H. Foley nnd Mis. J. J. Clnpp of
Ilond spent Wednesday afternoon ut
tho Snyder home.
Fnrmnrn of this nnlchbnrhnoil lire
Sinters were guests nt tho Pullinm , DUsy wUh 8nrinc needing.
ranch Sunday. I Waverly Bay ley spent Saturday
Miss Miy coiteit returned to nerand Sunday ut tho Snyder home,
things sold at a fnlr price.
llasmus Peterson wns a lloiul visit
or tin Wednesday.
Koy Whlto of Tho Dalles nrrlvod
ttio first of tho week to vlwlt with
his parents Mr, and Mrs. J. 8. While
boforo tlioy leave for their now homo
.Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Cnbeon cumo
out from ltedmond to spend a few
days on their ranch hero.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Potty ruturned to
Portland Monday night after u fow
days visit nt tho Cray homo.
Mr, nnd Mrs, O, K. Anderson made
a hurried trip to Hedmoud Tuesday
afternoon on business.
ltnsmu Petorson helped O, E. An
derson cut hay for hia steera on
Anton Ahlstrom accompanied by
Miss llllimi Nolson and Mrs. 0 E.
Anderson was In Uend Frldny.
Mr. .and Mrs. J. S. Whlto and son
Holllo went to Ilond on Thursday
where they will spend a fow days
after which they will levo for their
now homo In Arkansas.
.Services woro hold nt tho Johnson
homo Thursday evening. A good
crowd wns present and a lino talk
was delivered by Hov. Johnson
llasmus Peterson loaded another
car of hay at Deschutes this week
Alfred Podersen went to ltedmond
Friday after some supplies.
school work nt Bend after being sick
at homo for about two weeks.
Edgar Heartt returned home last
Wednesday from a short trip to Port
land. P. A. Scoggln wns entcjrtnlned In
Bend last Saturday in honor of his
"Mr. nnd Mrs. Hermr.n Momero 'e-'
turned Tuesday from an extended !
trip to Portland looking after busi
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker
wero callers in Plainview Saturday.
Newell Van Tassel ha's been work
ing in Bend for n short time.
Messrs, Vern and Corbey Llvesiy
havo been helping A. Gipson sack po
tatoes the. past week.
Bay Armstrong was n Band caller
At a- recent meeting of the Farm
Bureau many of the fnrmeis put In
orders for wire to bo bought cooper
atively. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Ward will
leave, tho Bcrkhardt place soon as
they have received notice of its being
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Scoggln and
Jo Burgess were guests nt a lovely
dinner at the home of A. W. Arm
Mrs. Col felt and daughters spent
Sunday at tho Anderson home.
The O. D. O. club will meot Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Tweedt In n joint
meeting with the Tilllcum club.
A number of friends of Mrs. Her
man Mamero surprised her very
pleasantly on her birthday last Wed
Mrs. A. E. Hoss. Roy Heartt and
II. A. Scoggln attended the Silo and
Sunflower meeting held at the Par
berry ranch in Cloverdale last Thurs
day afternoon. Very good speeches
were given by silo experts also by
local ranchers who nre gradually get
Mrs. Hartley Sr. Is much better
after being ill for about a week.
Mrs. J, A. W. Scoggln Is spending
some time In Bend with her daugh
ter. Mrs. Louis Bennett.
Jim Pulllam and Mrs. John McKln
ney returned Wednesday from a
three days trip to the high desert.
Mrs. Emma Patterson was tho
gueet of Mrs. A. W. Armstrong on
Mr. and Mrs. Bobs and family have
moved to the old McICInuey place.
Mr. Bobs is working for .Mr. Wall at
Mrs. H. B. Ward was a caller at
tho Hoss home Sunday. ,
A number of friends enjoyed tho
evening at tho Hartley homo last
Jim Pulllam was a caller at the
Alex Leverenz ranch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Scoggln and
Jo Burgess woro dinner guests ut the
Colfelt home Sunday.
Those attending tho big Stock
mans Ball at Tumato Friday evening
were, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartley,
Messrs Lawrence. Scharfenberg, Roy
Heartt, Ray Armstrong. Jim Pulllam,
George Calrerley and H. A. Scoggln.
Miss Lilly Colfelt spent tho week
end in Plainview.
Mrs. A. II. Reed wns in Tumnlo
Mrs. Robert Smith and Ivy Snj-
dor woro callers nt the Swisher home
G. W. Snyder made a business trip
to Bend Monday.
Mrs. Leslie McDanlcls spent Sun
day with Mrs. C. H. Spaugh.
Mrs. G. W. Snyder nnd Mrs. H. A.
Now co nib wero guests at the Spaugh
Mrs. Mary Corking was a caller nt
tho McDaniels home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McMannon
wcr business callers at the J. B.
Couch home Wednesday.
Thoso who attended the Stock
man's Ball in Tumnlo Friday night
were. Mr. and Mrs. Grovor Gcrklng.
and Ivy nnd Lester Snyder.
Ivy Snyder und Mrs. Grover Cork
ing were In Tumnlo Thursday.
C. H. Spaugh and F. V. Swisher
were sawing wood In Tumalo Wed
nesday. C. M. Phelps, John Bollmnn and
Ernest Phelps attended n sale at the
White ranch, Wednesday.
Walter Andrews wns hauling seed
ryo from Bend, Friday.
Several of the school children
havo been absent this week, on ac
count of sickness.
Mrs. Mnry Garner nnd Mrs. C. M.
Phelps called on .Mrs. A. II Reed
Several of the men of Pinohurst
attended the rabbit drive, which was
given enst of tho Deschutes river.
Roiejla Pholps spent Saturday aft
ernoon with Gladys and Allco
Tho people of PInchurtt in Bend
this week wero. Tom Mickcls, John
Bollman, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Spaugh,
and Ernest Phelps.
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address clearly. You will recoivo In
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Foley's Honey nnd Tar Comnound.
for coughs, colds nnd croup, Foley
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TUESDAY, March 30 q m.
CARL LIVESLEY RANCH
11 Miles South of Deschutes
FIVE CARS OF SPUDS
TO BE USED AS SEED
lllg .Shipment Recolted nt Terre
bonne to Ho Planted 011 Ilurtt
Hunch nt Lower Bridge.
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Only a perron who has experienced
thnt awful "all night" cough that
sometimes follows influenza can ap
preciate what a good night's sleep
can be. Mrs. Annie Davison, 2080
Myrtle St., Long Beach, Cal., had
such a cough. She writes: "The re
sult of using Foley's Honey and Tar
was a restful ono for me." Adv.
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson attend
cd the dance at Tumalo Friday night
given by tho Cattlemen's association.
Fred Seeling camo out Saturday
night to remain over Sunday at the
Rev, and Mrs. E. B. Johnson ac
companied by Mrs. Ed Swalley were
In Bend Friday.
Pete Bobbins of Redmond has been
sawing wood with his gasoline wood
saw for severnl of tho farmers in tho
neighborhood this week.
Anton Ahlstrom made a business
trip to Bend Wednesday.
The sale held at J. S. Whites' Wed
nesday was well attended nnd most
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LOWER BRIDGE, March 25. Mr.
Stono private secretary of George L.
Uurtt arrived Monday and is super
vising the unloading of 5 cars of po
tatoes to bo used as seed on tho Hos
Buckley Bros, two big trucks havo
been busy 'muling seed potatoes
from Terrebonne nil week nnd will
be severnl dnya yet.
A community dinner and meeting
of tho farm bureau was held on
March 25, at tho schoolhouse. ,
Max Wurtrwoller pnsscd through
tho community with a largo drovo
of cattle- Tuesday.
Mr. A. S. Holmes attended tho
meeting of tho directors of tho Union
high school nt Redmond Saturday.
Russell Chapman wont to Portland
with two car loads of cattle, Satur
day. Horaco Brookings wns a Bend vis
Mr. und Mrs. C. F. Hosklns nnd
son Omar spent tho evening nt A. S.
The George L. Burtt Co. purchuscd
two new Ford cars nnd a Ford truck
in Redmond on Tuesday.
Dennis Hunt has been appointed
superintendent or tho Squaw Creek
Irrigation district nnd ussumed his
J. W. Howard and wlfo were Bond
Mr. Bruce, president of th6 Silica
Co. came up from Portland on an In
spection trip of tho plnnt and mines.
Jus West returned to tho commun
ity after several months employment
in charge of Georgo Dickson, owner
of purebred cattle on Crooked river.
1400 lb. mare, lo foal March 28
1400 lb. gelding 5 year old
1000 lb. gelding
Extra good family cow
2 big Holstein cows
4 good cream cans
4 fine wool sheep
500 pounds barbed wire
100 cement brick
Set double harness
Stump puller and cable
Land plaster spreader
John Deere corn cultivator
f 'j .
Occilating bob sled
6 sacks sulphur
Seed spuds h
Cook stove (
3 bure bred Guernsey cows
6 dairy and range cows
4 two year old steers
TERMS: All sums under $10 cash. Over $10 six months
note with interest at 10 percent or 5 percent off for cash
Free Lunch. Bring your cups.
F. G. CUTTLIP, Auctioneer
L. S. ROBERTS, Clerk
TliU Should Interest Other Women.
"My kidneys .were giving mo
trouble for somo timo," writes Mrs.
L. Gibson. 12th and Edison St., Lo
Junta, Colo. "I took Foley Kidney
Pills and thoy helpod me right
away." Ilackncho, pains In sides, soro
muscles, and rhoumatlc twinges nnd
"always tired feeling" aro symptoms
of kidney trouble Adv.
DESCHUTES TO HAVE
DESCHUTES. March 2C. Jesse
Stearns and Alfred Biles or Portland
havo been transacting business dur
ing tho past wejk In Contra! Oregon
stopping several days at Deschutes
Rev. E. B. Johnson unnounced that
ho will hold preaching service nt tho
school house at Hiroo o'clock Sun
day artornoons. beginning April 4.
W. G. Cox spent Sunday evening
at the Deschutes hotel.
G. W. Bales and daughter, Ray
Gcrklng and wlfo woro pleasant call
ors at tho Deschutes hotol Saturday
evening, Ray Gejklng and paronts
woro shippers of beef cattle to Port
land. F. S. Stanloy und C. H. Smith vis
ited nt Redmond Friday evening,
Smith returning to Portland Sunday
Olo Hansen of Deschutes, Oregon,
u prosperous rancher und authority
on county fairs, says, that tho mut
ter should bo settled by locating the
fair nt Deschutes.
Jay H. Upton of Prlnovillo, who In
aspiring to roprosent Central Oregon
In tho state sonato was a visitor at
W, K. McCormack waH i business
visitor to tho ranch of Morrow
Keonen pn Willow creek, Jofrorsoii
county last Friday.
E. J. Conloy departed for Madras,
oxpoctlng to dlsposo or n band of
horses. Ho returned Monday morn
ing bringing a housokeopor.
C. M. Itedflold was a business cnll
or at Mooro Bros, ranch north of
Redmond last Friday,
Cnpt. Jack Bruin, of tho Square
Deal ranch shipped a carload of wood
to Madras for tho Tum-A-Lum Com
Guy Austin attended tho danco nt
Tumnlo Friday night, Clold and
Mnynnrd Cockran also nttonded,
J. S. Whlto held very successful
salo at his ranch near Long Bultu
and Is now In Ile.nd preparatory to
moving his family to Arkansas.
Alton Grant Is moving from tho
Deschutes depot to tho ranch ho pur
chased north of Deschutes.
Dr. Alonzo Potty and wire rrom
Portland huvo been spending n row
days or the past week making ar
rangements to have u house on tholr
ranch Improved and furnished pre
paratory to spending tho summer In
Miss Nelllo Grlflln stewardess of
tho Deschutes hotel, Is convalescing
rrom what appears to bo an attack or
Clarouco Wlttomoro is suffering
from an attach of grippe.
Miss Mary Tripled of Bend Is
spending n fow days nt tho E. B.
Georgo Kanoff nnd wife nnd W. E.
Van Allen drovu through tho Grange
Hull neighborhood Sundny afternoon.
Capt. P. H. Allen und W. B. Van
Allen wero dinner guest with C. M.
and Mrs. Redfiold Hunduy.
Cloyd Cochran loft for Portland
Sunday night to take tho flnul physi
cal examination before ontorlui: the
army. Ho enlisted for ono year In
Mrs. Ernest Frank returned from
Portland Sunday night, apparently
much Improved In health.
Mrs. W. O. Austin was a visitor
nt tho Elliott homo Sunday.
Mrs. J. O. Hngon of Rend wns a
visitor at tho Doblng homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott from
Ilond visited at S. Doblng Sunday.
I). A. Slaughter tradod tho ranch
rulliuinishnd by R. V. Koftnn together
with cows and a car for Bend pro
perty. W. K. McCormack was engaged In
shipping cattto from Redmond for
tho Portland market Sunday morn
ing. SHADOW BRINGS $15
AT POWELL BUTTE
POWELL BUTTE, March 26.
Tho eutortnlntnont glvou at the Untie
Valley school house by tho ttyichar
Miss Mnry Comic and nor school,
Saturday, March 13, assisted by a
fow outsiders was n grand success,
Mr. Dan Brenuou sung n number of
good songs. Domlulck Verges sung
nsslsted by Dan Hnurlgnn and Ned
Anglniid, which added greatly to tho
program. Aftor which tho Indies
shadows woro sold. Shadows sold ns
for high as 115,00. ,
Word wns received from Con
llrren nt Alfalfa, saying ho could
not come. Ho sent his chock for 910.
A total of (161.50 was cleared, which
will bo used for play ground nnd
A Jolly bunch of young poopto
from Powell Huttit wont to Silver
lnke and returned last Hunduy. They
i worn caught In a snow storm coining
' back nnd found hard sledding n purl
, of the way but enjoyed tho trip greut-
ly, Thoy wero: Dominic Verge,
Phil Dobson, Lloyd Bussott, Cellu
Mnnceau, Fay Bussutt, and Crystal
A pleasant surprlso, was tho birth
day dinner given last Sunday by Mrs.
.Ross lltiiiotl In honor or tho birth
day or hor husband's mother. Mrs.
I E. A. Bussett. Resides tho numbers
or both families living lioro nt Powell
(llutto. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Young
nnu granumn urown cumo out rrom
Redmond making It u Jolly family
party, enjoyed by all, Mrs, Ilunsutt
was tho recipient of sovernl gifts,
both beautiful and practical,
(Continued on Page 7.)
The Roll of Honor of The Agricultural Committee of
The Oregon Bankers' Association
contains the names of 39 banks which are fostering, promoting
or financing an agricultural or livestock activity. The
bank ranking highest on the Honor List in the number of
projects carried on during 1919 was
The First National Bank of Bend
This is in line with our program of agriculture and industrial
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