The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 07, 1920, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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What's Doing In The Country
and Mrs. O. E. Anderson wore Red
mond' visitor Wednesday.
Rasmus Peto,rson la loadlnK sever
al cars of baled hay nt Deschutes to
ship to Portland.
Mrs.JI. T. Mlkkelson visited Mrs.
dlJHnnson, near Deschutes on Wed
nesday. Tlio home of Rasmus Fetorson
burned to the ground Tuesday, short
ly nflcr noon. The tire caught In
tho root, from sparks nnd spread
rapidly on account of tho high wind.
Most of tho contents were saved,
only tho range, some clothing nud
small articles being lost. For a tlmo
it was fc.nred that sonio of tho other
buildings nnd tho hay might go too,
but they did not. Mr. Peterson at
onco moved Into tho other houso on
his place, which was formerly occu
pied by John Edwards.
O. E. Anderson purchased two
registered Shorthorn cows from P.
11. naughman this wee.k.
Rev. E. B. Johnson, Mr.and Mrs.
W. II. Gray and Mrs. O. E. Anderson
wero Dend visitors Monday.
W. R. Hutchlns left for hs homo
in Oregon City Wednesday night.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Cabeen re
turned to Redmond Wednesday even
ing, after spending several days here
on their ranch.
Mr.and Mrs. W. II. Gray enter
tained some of their neighbors nt a
farewell party Monday evening.
Those present were: Mr.and Mrs.
Ed Swalley. Walt Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
ChrJs Nelson, "Walter Lowe. Everett
Johnson, Hazel Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. II. T. Mlkkelsen. Alfred Mlk
kolseji, Mr. Shannon, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Pcdersen, Oswald Pedcrsen,
Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Cabeen, Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Anderson, Anton Ahhl
strom, Miss liilnia Nelson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Peterson, Rasmus Peter
son nnd Mrs. Catherine Johansen.
An enjoyable tlmo was spent after
which a fine lunch was terved by
tho hostess.
Anton Ablstrom made a business
trip to Redmond Wednesday.
H. T. Mikkelsen and W. J. Shan
non were In Bend transacting busi
ness Monday.
J. B. Anderson, of Bend, was a
caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson, Tuesday.
L. E. Wagner and family moved
out from Redmond on Wednesday.
Mr. Wagner has leAsed Mr. Cabecn's
farm which he recently purchased
from W. II. Gray.
J. W. Peterson went to Bend Tues
day with his cream.
Mrs. E. B. Johnson has sufficient
ly recovered from her recent tick
spell to be up and around again.
C. II. Biahcp, )f Don -J, was n caller
at the Anderson rmch Thursday.
Mr. end Mr J. W Poiuison nnd
children, vlsltj-l Mr. u:d Mm Call
Hansen, near Tumalo, Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E Anderson at
tended tho show in Bend, Saturday
TERREBONNE, April 6. The en
tertainment given by tho Redmond
High School Glee Club was enjoyed
very much by those present. Tho
Terrebonne High School regrets very
much that (hero was not n larger
nudlouce. This was due to tho fact
that there wero other attractions for
tho. same tlmo, which naturally di
vided the crowd. The Glee Club put
on n splendid entortnlument nnd
they deserved u full house.
The Tcrrcbonnu Sunday School
gnve a very nico little Easier pro
gram last Sunday.
A party of local farmers nnd busi
ness men viewed tho proposed road
from Terrebonne to Lower Bridge
A number of Terrebonno young
folks attended tho Easter party
given by Miss Gertrude Butler nt tho
homo of J. S. Roberts, Saturdny.
A carload of potatoes for tho Hon
king ranch, wero received last weok.
Miss Margaret Brems accompaniod
tho Elllnger children to Bromortou,
Wnsh.i' whero they are to be placed
In a Catholic school.
Miss Adeline Dietrich was a week
end visitor In Prlneville.
In tho absence of MIm Krinn
Kconey, duo to Illness, Mrs. William
Hall is teaching in tho Terrebonne
Tho gymnasium benefit danco was
well attended Friday nght. Young's
orchestra furnshed tho music.
ncsdn nt tho John tlollmnu home.
C, M Phelps nnd family, Mri.
Clamor nud Kruost Phelps spent Hun
day nt tho D. L. Ladd homo, near
Business callers In Bend Saturday
wero Mrs. Grovor E. Gurktng, F. L.
nud John McMnnmoon, Mrs. A H.
Red and Charles Montgomery,
He Could Not Htnitil Straight.
"I caught cold and It settled In my
kidneys." writes J. 0. Damond, 280G
W. 30 St., ClovQlnnd, 0 "My back
nnd sides were so tamo nnd soro I
could not stand straight. 1 use Foloy
Kidnoy Pills and am glad to testify
to their holplug power. "Good for
stiff or swollen Joints, rhoumntlc
pains. Sold Every whoro. - Adv.
It's dollars
to doughnuts-
Got Rid of "Spring Fever."
If you lack energy If you lack
"pep" the chances are that your
bowels are sluggish. A Foley Cath
artic Tablet Is n wholesome physic
that will rid you of biliousness, gas,
bloating, sick headache, sour stomach
or other Ills that attend Indigestion
and constipation. They invigorate
tho liver. Sold Everywhere. Adv.
PINEIH'RST. April C Mrs. G.
W. Snyder was a visitor at the Plne
hurst school Monday.
Leta and Susan Bollman entered
school Monday, which adds two more,
to our enrollment.
A shed containing several thous
and feet of lumber at tho V. Swisher
home, was burned Tuesday. Tho
flro was caused by some burning
trash piles near by. Tho. flro was
hard to get under control as tho wind
was blowing very hard at the time.
C. M. Phelps and John Bollman
were buslnes callers In Bend Tues
day. Mrs, Homer Cosncr and children
have byjn very sick with the 'flu."
Jim Bennem was pulling trees at
the John Bollman ranch Monday and
Mr. C. Mathews was a buslnes call
er at the C. M. Phelps homo Tuesday.
oonn i-arK ana innwy or Redmond
took dinner at the R. A. Smith homo
Will Sandal was a bullies caller
nt the Snyder home Saturday.
Myrtle Spaugh spent Sunday with
Ivy Snyder. ,
Frank McManmon hns purchased a
Ford car from Roy Wlls.
Mrs. Mary Gerklng and Ivy Sny
der wem Tumalo Thursday.
Mr. nnd Mrs, I. E. Wlmer and son
took dinner at the Spaugh home Sun
day. Frank and Johnnie McManmon
were buslnes callers at the Walls mill
near Plafnvlew,
Mrs. Georgo Snyder and children dinner guests at tho McManmon
homo Sunday.
Georgo Snyder was In Tumalo Sat
urday. .
Lewis White of Mecca, Oregon,
spent Saturday at tho Phelps homo.
Everyono should take a cleansing, L. la.rK nus H0,d ",8 runch on
purifying Jaxfltlvo Remedy this l" mnaio project to n Portlnnd
month. Holllftter'H TlnrVv Mountain man. The ne.W owner Wll take nos.
Tea Is a great Spring Cleanser nz-8e8,on at once.
Ik. -Owl Pharmacy. Adv. i VJda Bolman of Bond, spent Wed-
tin. JF&3
V35r-S -S i
You can start that first step right now f
What are the Four Big. Ambitions of the averago man?
To marry to have u home to have children jto succeed
In business, And having money In tho bank Is a great aid
toward obtaining theso things.
We Will Help You to Save.
Our Saving Drpartxncnt Pay 4 Interest
fill t If 111
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DESCHUTES, April 7.- Tho De
schutes Sunday Schuol dismissed
Sunday to hold services In connec
tion with the Tumalo Sunday .School.
An excellent program was rendered
and Rev. B. F. Harper prenrhed the
Easier sormon. A dinner at tho hall
and egg hunt for tho children com
pleted tho day's festivities. The Rod-
fields, McCormncks, Ltvejyx, Berg
stroms, Kanoffs nud Jerry Schooling
attended from Deschutes.
Frodorlck Stanley, Jr., Guy Austin
nud Mr. nud Mrs. L. A. Branden
burg drove to Bond Sunday.
Miss Modora Howard, formerly of
Deschutes, is spending her Easter va
cation with Miss Kntherlue Red
field. Miss -Mcdorn visited the
school Monday morning.
Allen Grant spent Sunday vliltlng
Wash G. Wallaco of Bond
J. F. Short spont Sunday at tiler
homo .u Tumalo.
Mlns Gladys Wliaor bpont Sunday
in Bnd, roturnlng Monday morning
to Mrs. Seftou's.
Carl Hansen and wlfo spent Sun
day evening with Olo Hanson
P. J. Wall of the Deschutes Lum
ber Company, traded In Deschutes,
Capt. Pat Allen and C. II. Smith
returned to Portland Friday evening,
after attending thu maintenance rate
trial lu Redmond.
. E. Van Allen loo'-t Sunday din
ner vlth L. E. Smith nt Redmond,
Miss Evelyn and Mildred Smith be
ing homo from tho University on
their Easter vacation.
L. A. Brandenbcn: went to Slitors
Sunday where he figured on replac
ing a largo barn whlcn was partly
wrecked lu tho wind.
Rev, B. F. Harper came In from
Milton Saturday night nnd wont on
to Tumalo, whero preached Sunday
morning. In tho evening he preach
ed at Deschutes, leaving Monday
morning for Bend
L. E. Smith nnd family were vis
itors in the Dcschutcs-Tumalo coun
try last Tuesday.
Mr. Sharp, of Tumnlo, has accep
ted a position ns patrolman for the
C. O. I. Company In the Terrebonne
F. W. McCaffery nnd Mr, Cooper,
of Powell Butto. called at the C. O.
I. offlco on Monday.
R. L. Necl, of Pleasant Valley, was
a business caller at Deschutes Mon
day. ,
W. K. McCormnck had a big crow
of shee'p shearers at his ranch the
past week.
Tho now county Judge, R. W. Saw
yer, was n visitor at Deschutes Sun
day morning, coming down on tho
train to meet the Incoming O. T,
train which was bringing Mrs. 8uw
yer In from Portland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Cook und fam
ily of Bend spent Sunday with Mr.
and .Mrs. C. E. Parks In honor of
Mrs. Park's birthday,
A birthday party was given at tho
Deblng homo Thursday evening In
honor of Wulter Lowe und Antonu
Mrs. W. K. McCormnck shared her
beautiful Easter Illy with the
school children, leaving It In Mrs.
Kanoffs room on Monday and In
Mm Saftor-'s roo'n on 'ucsday, Tho
ii i-ortmont for the room was perfect
durlnng tho stay of tho Illy.
ni KNn
no man ever smoked a better
cigarette at any price!
CAMELS quality, und their export blend
of choice Turkish nnd choice Domestic
tobaccos hand you n clfjuretto that will sat
isfy every smoko desire you ovor expressed.
You will prefer this Camel blend to cither
kind smoked straight!
Camels mellowmlldncss will certainly
1 appeal to you. Tho "body" Is all there, and
that smooriness It s a delight I
Go the limit with Camclsl They will not
tire your tnsto. And, they leave no unpleas
ant cijjaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant clfju-
rctty odorl
Just compare Cnmola with any ciga
rette in the world at any price
Cmtf r nMrfririf In trlrntttlfAlty tfifeif
ptkii tt30liillrAr30ntt, M-fipf.
iJOOrUtintf') In iUnln rwftrrfi
ftlton. H'r tllonHy fommm Hilt tiltnn Air
Ih horn nr otflc tufply nt whtn jtu tit ft.
R. J, I1UVN0LDS TOIIACCO CO., Wlntton S.l.m. N C,
JLwrm lz.:.mii J iMjmnmiM
L H HH. H.HH OB TW. 19 K M -- - - T
You need It everybody needs It
Holllstor's Rocky Mountain Tea this
Spring. Without fall try this famous
Spring Cleanser flz-Jk, Owl Phar
macy. Adv.
Hho FeoN Llko a Now IVi-hnn.
So many women sufTor from kid
ney trouble without realizing tho
cause of their sickness that tills from
Mrs. S. B. Mills, R. It. C, Xonln, O.,
will bo rend with Interest "After
taking Foley Kidney Pills I surely
feel llko a now person," Aching back,
rhoiimatlc pains or other symptoms
should bo given prompt nttontlon.
Sold Evorywhoro. Adv.
BROTHERS. April 7. Mr Louis
Gasset lias moved his tractor from
Crooked River to Prlnevlllo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Foster wero
visitors out on tho high desort Sun
day, at Mr. and Mrs. Ell Wilson's.
Mr. Gurnoy mado a trip to Dry
Lako Mondny, to haul out household
goods for Mrs. Strugor.
Mr. Ell Wilson has been sick with
la grippe for u week, but Is ablo to
be out again.
Mr. Gustavo Grill has been help
Inng do the work while Mr. Ell Wil
son was sick.
Mrs. J. Hoffman, of near Prlne
ville, Is vlstlng her mother, Mrs.
Harry Evans.
Miss Ellzaboth Evans began teach
ing school Monday.
Mrs. Ed Wilson Is down with la
Mr. Bright, who hns been working
In Bend, nt the mill,, is out on his
homestead to do some spring work.
Grandma Wilson is In Bend vlslt
ng Mrs. Billings.
It cleans out the germs of winter
freshes you up Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea, a certain Spring
Cleanser flz-lk. Owl Pharmacy.
POWELL BUTTE. April 0. -Judge
nud Mrs .N. G. Wallaco of
Prlnavillo, attended tho reception
nnd "Joy meeting" ut Community
hall last Thursday night, wliou the
notes, representing tho Indebtedness
on tho hull burned The )udgn
delivered n fine nddress on that oc
casion. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Mofflt and
children, from Hat Hock, have
moved Into their now homo, formorly
known as the Tliigman place. Wn
are glad to welcomo thorn as neigh
bors. It Is rumored that Joo Elliott hits
sold nil his laud at Powell Butto to
Guy Dobsou of Redmond.
At tho rocoptlon given nt Commun
ity hall last Thurdny night, a straw
voto was takon for president of tho
United States 47 votes worn cast.
Of these Leonard Wood received
threo, Herbert Hoover IS; Bryan
three; Lowden, two; McAdoo, C.
Palmer, one; Johnson, two, scatter
ing tho balance of thu votes among
local people
Homo have wondered about tho
phoasants that worn turned looxi
hirt some years ago, how thn sur
vived tho deep snow of Inst winter.
But of lato In tho early morning,
the call of the cock phuawuii may bn
(Continued on page 7.)
The Gordon lint covers
n miijlttiKlc of hims
If you're noi one of (hem,
get yours loday.
The I'alriut
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a well rounded service to its customers.
is the desire of this institution to cultivate a
closer acquaintance than is developed by (he ordinary
transactions of Banking routine. f v .' -
Our disposition is to render Superior'Service not only in
the banking line hut in the upbuilding of the communi- ,
ty as well. '
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