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MEN'S COTTON SOX
Five Pairs to n Customer
Saturday, May 1 5
cAftjat ion -avtcte Institution
MISS LILLIAN SABIN IS
State Librarian .MN-J Cornelia Mnr
vlu Visits Rend and Urgcr Se
lection of New Hooks by
Accompanying Miss Lillian Sabin,
the new Deschutes county librarian,
Miss- Cornelia Marvin, state librar
ian, arrived In Bend on Tuesday, and
remained here through Wednesday,
aiding the county board in brlngln
tho county library system up to the
standards adopted In Oregon.
Miss Marvin distributed lists
of, business,, technical and agricul
tural books, and tho further selec
tion .of works for this Deschutes
county library will depend on the
Growers' association in the ncgn
the. owing to a lack of funds In tho . atones.
frn'imin- In nut fha rmivnntlmi ni.tri lr3. I.e luy
In n proper manner. "It then any
comment on the secretary's action?"
vas aked by Mr. McPherson.
After silence that for a women'
seemed to assure the approval of all
present. A. Whtsnnut arose and with
a reietitful glance at Mr. Ward,
turned the machine gun of crlticlsiu
on the club officials. "At one time
this club went on record to mil:o
Bend the convention city of the
state." he began. "Today we deiib
ately close our oars to a request
from as prominent an orgnnlzKtflM
as we could ever hope to have- as
sembled in our midst. Why? The
only reason is because wo foolishly
squandered the funds alloted for
the entertainment of the Cattlemen
a year ago, and Mr. Ward wn on
Before the echo of Mr. Whfonant
last words had died out Mr. Ward
was on his feet in rebuttal. "A year
ago." he declared, "when the com
mercial club wished to praise the
work of the entertainment commit
tee for the Cattlemen's convention
Mr. Whlsnant was willing to be rec
ognized ns the chief membor of that
chosen body, but now that it Is
mnn; song, "Putting on Style." Ilot-
bert Nelson, Chris Stook, l.nroy
Smith. Dennett Young; "Nigger
Huby," Katharine Helgeson, selec
tion, Knrnu llcttmuu.
Characlerrt "lloraco Ilurdup,"
Hmbort Nelson; "Eboiionor Rosen-
stein," Leroy Smith; "Dr. JoeUson.-ti
Duet. "Hlrd of tho Wlldwood.,"
Dmoth Young. Anna Smith, reel-
tution, lMward Young, Elene Mur
chnnt. song. Mr. lloyer; ' Keeping
a Secret." Esther Ertcksen. Violet
Hettmnn: sone. "Heniitlfiil Miinn-
' light," Katharine llelgesou. Dorothy
doling, assisted by school recita
tion. Olndys Dahle! selection, Jlw,
Wlgmoro. Mr. Itasmusseu.
t "Jiimlio ,111111."
Characters ".Mr. Oobbleton,
Dorothy Young; "Lawyer CluMtatn,"
Anna Smith: "Mrs. aobhh'ton.
Kama llottmau: "Hanua Fllkln,
Knrthurluo itolgexou; "Jumbo
Jum." Ileuuett Young; Mr Cobble-
ton's ward, Elizabeth Ui nobis;
J ".Mr. Henry," Clyde Stock; laborer,
i Chris Stock. Herbert Nelson. Leroy
Selection. Mr. Potenton. Mr Hoy-
ier. .Mr KusmusHon; tublenu. "Com
ing of Civilisation," Dennett Young,
, Katharine llelgtwon; song "Fun-
well. ' bj school: tableau. "Suppll
'rntloti." Olndy Dahle.l Violet Hott-
'innn, hither Erlcssen, ftllsuheth
Mrs Kotzmnn- Is taking care o(
her mother. Mrs. Shaffer., who it
very III at her home fivo mll" noith
of Hentl. with an tittacl; of krII
SNEAK THIEF TAKES
BLIND MAN3 PUItSE
Kwry Out IVwsefrHi'il by Imnen
tnyloV Stolen by Mnn 'who
, Knteri Room nt Night,
e May went to Portland
Inst week to bo operntod on Mr.
ho May accompanied her.
. O. Dahlo and daughter. Ida,
Mable and Olnjlys. mid Chris Kos
tellu and O. l.utiiii'ou wore up tho
rivor fishing the flrat of the week.
Mrs. Clarence Smith Is having
her yard enclosed with a good wlro
' r MrtMil U'lin lillrnliiiMA.I tl... I uu.
--... .-.V..H .. .... ,'... ... T. .1.1- ..V,.-
tsr ranch. U moving his family luk
tuit'f illinium Hum inis II'CHOII
are haulluK hoy from tho C. M. Has
musxen ranch north of Deschutes.
Mr. J. Hoyer purchased a cornet
i last week.
The Young school has met the re
quirements for a standard school.
It now can boast of Ufi library
Mrs. Kasmusson has boon III nt
her home north of Deschutes
,'interest" .slips which it is hoped I
readers will file as quickly as pos-. learned that a lack of funds exists,
slblo with tho board, based on these' ho remembers that I was the melt:
lists. "We want the people to spokesman. I have had the pleasure
make tholr wants known," Missjto be present at?ererai convention
Marvin said, "for In no other way' recently and not ouce has a c ly
can we bo absolutely sure of meet-r whero a convention has been neld.
ing tho actual demand." I failed to entertain, and In an Ib-
Mlss Sabin, who will have chargo orate manner. While I attended a
Put It tn The UuIIettn.
James Taylor, local carpenter.
who last year suffered the. total lost
of his sight while working In a
Portland shipyard, was victimized
by a sneak thief who entered his
room above tho Erlckson grocery
on wall street Monday night and
took n purso containing $110, all tho
money which Taylor possessed, it
wan learned today. Tho blind man
lieaill someono moving about and,
on calling out, was Informed by tho
stranger that ho was looking for a
room. Later Taylor missed IiIh
money, and learned that no 0110
had mndn application to thu man
ager of tho lodging house for uu
commodatlons, I'ellow working men ato highly
Indignant over tho Incident ami nro
taking up a collection to make good
BOY'S LIFE ENDED
BY HEART DISEASE
As tho rostill of nu organic heart
trouble, with which ho has linen
suf feting for tho past ulght weeks.
Urncht ICdwin Taylor, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Taylor of (his city,
died at tho family homo In Iluiul
Into Sunday night, aged 1 1 yea is and
11 months. Tho boy was born In
Maple Valley, Wnsh., had lived In
llund four years and, In addition to
his parents, Is survived by four
brothers, Lavenio, Allen, Knrl and
Daniel Ho was In tho third grado
of tho Ileud schools.
Funeral services will bo held at
10 o'clock In tho morning tomorrow
from the Ntswonger ohnpol, Itov. J.
Kdgard Purdy of tho MuthodliU
church officiating. Interment will
bo made In Pilot Uutto cemetery.
i:i:i'out or Tin: condition' ok tiii:
GENTRAL OREGON BANK
at iu:ni, in tiii: statk of op.wjon,
at tiik 1'i.osi: of 1icsiniws .may i, ukm
Loans and discounts $tCa,0.1S.Sl
Hands and warrants 70,121,03
Furniture and fixtures T n.xno.00
Due from approved roserve banks 80,031.73
tAchanges for clearing houso . CI 7.13
Checks and other cash Items
Cash on hand , ......-.... J.,
Other resources . ... ...
"GRANDEST IN THE
n WORLD" HE SAYS
.1. T. IlllUey I'i'iiImw 'I'nitlnr IWvntist'
of II Is Wife's Itoniailutlile
"What I Imvo seen Tuiilnr do for
iy ulfo coi) lures me Unit it U thn
grniuletit inmlklne in tho world."
was tho statement madn incently by
I. T. Hlckoy, a well-known employo
of Tuylor'n mill, who llvim nt HrtL'K
Chicago St., Seattle, WiinIi.. Ill Kill
lug of his wlfo's rerovnry slnco tnk
"My wife has bi'nli In badthonllh
for over a year troubled lth a bid
case of Indigestion norvniisiieM.
headaches and rlieiiuiiitlstn," con
tinned Mr. Illrkey, "She hardly
ever nued wliollier she nte anything
or nut and whuu she did force liei
solf to take a fow bites It would ioiii
and catlHo her to Imvo ' cramping
pains, tins would bloat' her up no
bad that It pressed up against her
lungs and almost cut her breath off
entltely Her kidneys uere badly
disordered and all tho time she wntt
complaining of u pain In tho small
of her back She had rhetiinntlim
In her sides and through her back
that gftto hor no end of trouble nod
inudo It hnrd for her to git about
tho house Shu wns troubled with
suvere himilarhns and dizzy spells
and her nerves were so upset that
nny little unexpected nulco would
exclto her. At night who was so test,
less she could gat but littlo Mleep
and an a result of all her suffering
the wns In u miserable titti down
"Our daughter had Iwken Tanla'
mid It had helped her ho remarkably;
that my wife hewui taking It ft
helped her right from tho start ami
It looked like It was no time Imfor
she was able to eat nil thing sue
wanted and dlgnnt it without !
least bit of trouble. Tint iheuitM
tlsm disappeared entirely and the
headaches and ills')' spells are a
thing of the past ' Her kidneys are
In good comlltlun and tho pain In
her back have Just nlmul gone hihI
the uorvouHiioes has all Ipft her Run
sleep' sound at night and gets up
feeling so flue ovury morning ujai
It Is an easy thing for bur to do her
housework She has been built up
In every way and Is so much itroiige'
that she looks like u dlforenl wo
man." "Tnnlae Is sold In Mend by 01
Drug Co . In Sisters b 0'iorg" I.
Altknn. and In Ileud by llsiton
Drug Co "
FIND PRICES HIGH
THROUGH THE EAST
FOU HALKFotir good 3 year old
rnngo rows nhd ono I wo moiitliH
calf for 300. Wrlto M, II. Jane.
Alfulfu, Ore. 13-KMlp
i i .
FOU HAM5 Toloplioiio line from
Uetiil to Mllllcaii. Clump for nui.li
Inqilliv P. II. JoliiiNon, A to V, tiro-
FOU HAI.K Day old Whllo Lok"
lioiu Chicks, from bred to lay
llogiiulzed stock Uutchos will bu
taken off at Intervalti from May I".
to 17. when our nonson rloseH. Ore-gon-Corviillls
I'Oll KALi: l line hives and supers.
F. . Swisher. Tunialo, Ore.
VOn BALK OU TUADK Horflim,
lliieo mid four yinrn old. Wrltn i
W. T. Ilethom, OS Rhusta Place. J
llund. or call evenings. in-lO-llp
FOU SALK-New No. 16 Do Laval
Sepaiator; milk runs; IC-gallon
churn; butter winker, mold mid cut
ter. V. V. Swisher, Tiiuiulo, Ore.
KC.OK FOU IIATCIIINO H. C.
White LeKhorns, Heavy wlnt
layen, mated tn Tailored cocks
X30-350 agg strain. 1 CO per
C. It. I. Itcds, mated to high clasn
cnckorols fnm prize wlnulug stock
12 for 15. One third cash with order,
balance nu delivery Hofstottttr'a
Poultry Farm. Tumalo, l7-filtfo
PASTL'IU-: Wanted onttlo to pa
lure. $ 1.80 pur month. 000 norm
flue river meadow Address W. II
II. Williams. Itoiid. Ore. Sl-S-tap
roit JtKNT-fitock ranch with
plenty of water pumped by wind
mill Mini gasoline engine. Lots or
out tnuge Wrll K. who I1iiII(Iii
LOST AND FOUND,
KTHAYKI) OU HTOLKN Prom my
pasture about April 80. one black
mare about IX years old. weight
about .1300. A fow white hairs on
forehead and on uoee; dim brand on
left thigh, lame In left forefoot
Howard for an Information as to
her whereabout Jas V. Diwmh.
Til tn Ip. J)rr Up
Put it lit The Itullellu.
Demi People, Ititiirtilng From Long
Trip, Declare l.lrlng U .Mtirli
of tho county library, was formerly
for several years an instructor In
tho Washington high school In
Portland, and later an assistant at
tho Arizona state normal. Sho has
?had special training In'librury work
and will be eminently; fined for her
new position in fiend, 'Miss Marvin
(Continued from Page l.)
recent meeting of the Oiegon Wool
growers asHciation. that organiza
tion made the statement tbat if
Iiend wanted the convention we
could have It by rathing IU000."
Mr. Whlsnant ugaln expreed his
sentiments and endeavored to con
vince the club that his Ideas of a con
vention and not Mr. Ward's wai cor
rect. In reply Mr. Ward asked that
Mr. Whlsnant be not taken seriously,
and the question was dropped.
GRANGE HALL SEES
3-:inhoi-nte Program Put tin When
School Itracho Clu-e llend !
phur on aifalfu laods ,nnd tho sav
ing to tho farmery ', of Deschutes
county throug(i the,, feeding of
silage. It wi pnly made possible,
ho -said, for tho fanner or stock
raiser to receive this Increase in
.production, or tho saving in cost of I
dairy product nnd beef through the CHANGE HALL, May IK. Tho
efforts of tho State Agricultural col- largest crowd saw the best pro
lego. Each dollar that is being '' ver ,wItrfe8se!1 at Orange
. , , - . , ., lHall, Thursday evening, when Mrs.
.npent to bujld up aud Increase tho c M uasmussen staged the closing
.efficiency of tho college is p rod uc- exercises of tho school. Every busl
ing two dollars in results in a sav-ness house of Iiend was represent
np of fodder and larger alfalfa 1. The pierchants of Ilond rur-
1 crops,1 said Mr. Ualiard. In Bpealt- 5jhhc( 'co crcam' compllmgtitao- to
, ; , . i ., . 'the entire crowd After tho pro
ving of deyelopmeuU In xther parts gram a , oouI took ,act. ho
Jof tho stato, he clt(il tuolreaults ob-pjes wero B0,j y tho "shadow'
? talned in Union county' In 1914,! method, tho best shadow receiving
'before tho county agricultural agon-1" prize. The Judges wero J. Alton
'cy had been establlshe'd l;t that sec.T,lon11',ht01' cl'do M- NKay un,,
' , ... , i ., ' ., Italph Jphnson.
Mlonof the Rlato. there were no silos, E'g,y ,loars VM tnkcn ,
f in Union counJy.Thls year Union jrora tho sale of pies. The pro-
county. has Ilu hJiijs and their ostl-'gram wus as follows:
Selection, Mr. Petorson (organ),
Mr. Hoyer and Mr Rasntunsen (vio
lins); "Stnr-Spangled Banner," au
dlenco: address of welcome. Howard
The Commercial club luncheons, jieigeson: song. "Sailing," Kath
' prior to this ono, for tho past fow 'urine Helgesou and Dorothy Young
mated saving in rodder this year
Wool Meet Not for Uciul.
months has drifted along on n
comparatively calm 'sea, but along
(sopranos), assisted by school;
recitation. Everett Chase; "Little
Folks' Song," Erllng Helgeson,
i - . j ,i i ,. ' , 4 i , i Folks' Song," Erllng Helgeson,
I toward tho latter part of today's Frank NoJn; Eawftn young, How-
xneoting. tho usual peace "and liar- rd Helgeso'n and Everett Chase;
' rnony was shadowed by dark storm .selection, Anna Smith; recitation.
'- .. .- - i
clouds. D. G. MePherson. nreal- Katharine Helgeson; song, "Tell
.lent of tho organization, announced iS ''" a T5!!"'l bZJZ
tho receipt of a. letter from the recltatlon bv. Prank NulBOn. soI '
Hon, Dorothy, Yojiug; recitation,
Esther Erickson; soug, "O'er Lifo's
Sea," girls of the school, recitation,
Ariha Smith; selection, Mr. Petor
son aud Mr. Holgoiion; "Cousin
Jkdle," Kama Kottman,- Oladytf
Dahle, Esther Erlckeoa, Violet Hett-
Stato WooJ Growers' ' assoclatron,
asking whether or not Dend wanted
the aiinu'al couven Hon. of that or
' Kanlzatlon this year, aid told the
club,, that Ujelr ficcrotar-, It. A.
Ward, hud" rmswored tho Wool
Capital stock paid lu ,
L'ndlviderf ptofits. les oxpuusos and tii.ttw paid
Duo to banks and banker :..
Individual deposits subject to dheck ...tf
Demand certificate of deposit
Cashier Checks oustanillug ,
Time and savings deposits
2.0-1 S. 5!)
State oi Oregon, Couno of Deschutes, m. I. II. M. Stephens, Cash
ier of tho above-named Irani:, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the host of iny knowledge nnd belief.
H. M. STEPHENS. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 11th day of Muy, 1920.
MAHIE FOX, Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec 22, 1922.
W. L. O'DONNELL,
I). E. HUNTER,
E. P. MAHAFFEV,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lempke, who
i 070. St 1 1"'1 Ilu,l(I ,n -March to visit relatives
.. 23, 221, S0 In the East, returned home Moi'duv
During their abseueH I hoy vUllwl
many eastern cities with, populations
similar to lloud mid. ituotiug Airs
Lempko, "there was no town whore,
wq stopped that outufHirtd wild
Ileud. ollliof In a comwercfal r s
ciul way. When wo im li-nl w
thought Vvorythlng so bluh.
and expected tn purrhase a goodly
supply of clothing nt the remark
ably lower prices that thought pre
vailed throughout tho East. but. to
our surprise, we found everything -pot
only In tho niercliundlho line,
but in groceries and ninuts as well
from a third to one-half higher than
they wore In llund, so wn decldild
to come bncl; homo to d pur shopping."
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Lapine State Bank
AT LA PIXE, IN THE KTAT,i: OF OREGON
AT THE CLOSE OF Rl'KINEKK, .MAY -ITU, W'M,
Loans and discounts .
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Honds and wurranu .. ;.
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from banks (not ramneulmnltttj...
Due from approved reserve banks, '..
Chocks and other oash Itoins
Cash on hand .Hi...
Other resume ;. ...,
Capital stock paid iu
"'i"" u"u a -m ,,".., f ,iiv,i'u
Undivided profits, les$ oxpejises and "taxes pald,.,..M :; - 7,4192
Dividend unpaid . ....';. jBSCK... ..... ;. i ,S0,00
Due to bunks and bunkers ,v J).LJ...u 340,07
SHEVLIN-HIXON IS TO
PLAY REDMOND HERE
Individual deposits subject to check
Cashier checks outstanding ;
Time nnd savings deposits - 10, 360. 01
Hills pa) able for monoy bbrrowed 10,000.00
Total 181,797.1 1
State of Oregon, County of Doschutes, ss, I, E. H, Tomes, Cashier
of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statomont
Is truo to tho best of my knowledge and bollef,
E. II. TOMES, Cuwhlo.r
Subscribed aud sworn to before mo this 10th duy of May, 1920.
- . W. (i. FORDHAM, Nottry Public.
My pommlsslon expires Dec. 7th, J921I,
1 CORRECT Attest;
GEO. M, MAYFIELP, ,
E, J, TPMES, y , .
The baseball season will officially
'open In Rend Sunday afternoon,
Muy 10, when tie Shevlln-HlxonJ
team will clash nt 2.30 o'clock an
tho groiindH near tho depot, with
Redmond. Muuager Jimmy Clifford,
of the Shuvllu nine, announced thlu
morulug. The anuounromont in thu
result of a coufcreure held thin woo),
between Mr. Clifford anil 0. A. Rob
bins, the Redmond manager.
The mill men have a strong ag
gregation this year, niidwJU upn
(ho game with Paul Collins In tho
box and Al Huiinell at the recelvitii;
end of thu battery, whllo Redmond
has signed Jess Tetherow, for scl
eral years rocogul.cd as ono of tho
most dangerous slubstera iu Central
Hand music will bo furnlshud dur
ing the gumo,
Clkulllcd advortuins cnarKa ler Imu ZU
citiU for 20 wonU or vnt, Onu rvnt lr
word for ll ever 20. All clftMlflwl sdvcrtmnr
trlctlirch In Jvnej.
FOD SALE OR TRADE for Rend
property. 80 ncre ranch; fil acre
water right; 2fi acres Iu alfulfu; 3
room house, barn and nutbulhliugc.
Hugh I. 'Elliott, Houta 1, Hind,
Phono i F'4. 92-Up
FOR HALEToam flllvji iyenra old,
wll nmtchod;. weight about .1350.
A snap, nSeo Jutik Moyors, Powell
Outtc, Ore. DO-lOllp
Tl lMfrntlnl C"frtn.lnr
School f rWrnln. l'nnl"l.
rtttfU-l ltttr tnrnt-rvrnlh nnl
yrtjry In ftoWr ll. wlih n i
rUmnl f vnr 3 OOO.OOU tu.lnU.
Thnuft4 n ttirM .todfnU li ll-urr-i
In rffllUr hckI rmU th -lul
tkluc In lhtn u( Ihf i-r inmiiU
drvotnl U K (tlMlr of I.C.H. Irclihl.
rl Cuuimh ri'l iitlxr tiitilrfU indn
trvm AiirritUlnv anJ Mlmililp to
,rlulturr atxl Poultry ItmUrnJir,
!. an Kr Wn
fl(urM Wt nnf ( lhM
trtnl I W a rnwfll
nllmal la lkm at th talu
( l)i pr mamraU aixnl
In 'ir l I CM. Corw.
ttir on jr. WW tpWl tuilmU
law II.' no nllnj H4ft a
r ir nwf. 7 Ml nlln IJ.fW
or mm 413 trrtMtm la,MQ w
morv. rrtin( 110.004 r wur.
uhi HK asniitl ifttvmrA ot IS,00
In lU (Mrantr-tttrn jrar ot Iu
rUlrB' tha I.CS. haa rnrelM all
llmm many aluJtiiU aa Ilarvanl
In Ilia two Ji'jndr-I ami ynil)'-llil
rar luf lla oranliallan i innr
than Irti limn tha total anrullnwnt
.f Yalv alnra ll door un- otn
In 1701 . tnorr than flvr llmra ll
tola! rtirallniret of all of Ilia llra.
unlvrrtlllm ami IwlinUal xlwvlt In
the Unllnl Slatnt rvmblnril.
A llttr or a eat rvnl will trlni
fmUw Infmmalkin rmanllns ih
b)t In wliWh you ara lntvraaUl.
limn oil mi uu . ..
InleiBitional Correspondence Scbools
1 1 ox 161V, Scranton, Pa.
KipUIn fallr bul yaur Caurta In lh
ublm mittirtl Xi
CUfllkil Knlmrln (AUVKItTIHirVR
Kallroa J Trainman
Ttrtrapn -nffr iiiu.,,.,!-.
T,l'Ph..r wars IIOOKKKKI'KU
Mfchinra l.mln.ar Ut,no.andTypUt
Mtchinlral DrafUman 'HalUay Arrouul.nl
CIVIL, KNOINKKI. IJoT.rtnifwH
KjrTtrlnir and Mapplnc
Mitia yortmtn or t .nit,
(.'ontrrta Hull. I, r
Hallway Mall Clrk
i -. Y
Aroj NOT Junlc,
Hhlp your Hides
uiuliCalfcyus to tho
Portia nil, Oro.
and go J. full value
for hou. Prlco
lpt fllll fllllpplUK
tK on roquout.