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BOND nUIiLKTIN, BEND, 0lK(JON, f HUIWDAY, MAY 20, 1020.
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What's Doing In The Country
NEWS NOTES FROM
PLKASANT 1UDQE, May 17. Mr,,
Gibson, of Plnlnvlew, was n callor
at tho Anderson homo Wedncsdnr
Mr. Haines, tho rent estnto man
of Bond, hnd sorao people ou. to
look at Jnko rotcrsons piaco wcu
ncsday. Ernest Frank was a business visi
tor In Redmond Tuesday afternoon.
Jlrs. nallnrd Olios and her son,
Ermal, havo boon visiting at tho
homo of her brother, Ed Swalley.
Roy Hamblln, tho Swalley ditch
rider, delivered some of tho new
headgates to somo of tho farmers In
this vicinity Friday.
Hans HanB6n visited Alfred Mlk
Jiolsen over Sunday. roturnluR to his
homo near Deschutes Monday mom
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner and small
son wero Redmond visitors Sntur
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mnhnffey. ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Larson,
all of Rend, wero fishing at Whlto
Mrs. O. E. Anderson nnd Alfred
MlkkolBon attended tho track meet
In Redmond Saturday.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs Cather
ine Johansen wcro In Redmond Sat
Mrs. Roy Hnmblln and her
mother-in-law. Mrs. Revenue, visi
ted Mrs. O. E. Anderson Friday.
Mrs. H. J. Mlkkelsen cntertntmu
nt a dinner party In honor of her
hnnlinnd's btrthdav Sunday. Those
nresnnt were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Olo
Hanson and W. P. Clft, of Deschutes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson and
children, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Ander
son, Miss Hllma Kelson. Antone Ahl
strom. Andrew Nelson, Mr. nnd Mrr.
Alfred Pcdersen, Oswold Pedersen.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Catharine
O. E. Anderson went to Redmond
after lumber, Wednesday, to build
J. W. Peterson purchased a now
phonograph from tho music store
Aritono Ahlstrom lost a fine young
bull from bloat.
J. W. Peterson made a business
trip to Bond Saturday.
O. E. Anderson delivered somo of
his steers to Bond tho first of tho
week. Calvin WInnlngham hblpod
drive them down.
H. T. Mlkkelsen, W. J. Shannon
and Alfred Pederscn were In Red
mond on business Saturday.
Ollrer Hamblln went to Tumnlo
Fred Seeling, of Bend, was a caller
in this neighborhood Sunday.
Mrs. A. M. Petty and Miss Martha
Sum wont to Redmond Thursday to
attend the meeting at the Bnptm
church. Mr. Petty la also there,
having como up from Portland.
Antono Ahlstrom, uccompanled
by Miss Hilma Nelson and Mrs. O.
E. Anderson, was In Redmoud
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
John W. Gray at Vancouver, Wash.,
on April 2G. She has been named
Sho Feels Fine.
Your kldnoys need help If your
hnnds of feet are swollen and there
is a puffy look under tho eyes. Mrs.
L. Gibson, 12th and Edison St.. I.a
Junta, Colo., writes: My kidneys
gave mo a great deal of trouble for
some time. I took Foley Kidney
Pills and they helped me right
away. There is such a change in
rao I feel flno now.. Sold everywhere.
PINEHURST. May 17. Mr. nt.d
Mrs. F. L. McManmon. Mr. and Mrs,
G. W. Snyder nnd children, nnd Mir.
Sarah E. Groom, spont Sunday ut
tho Norcott home below Tumnlo.
Mr. and Mrs. Grovor Gorklnn
woro business callers In Rejiuoii'l
Rorella Phelps spent Sunday with
Among thoso who wore buslnonn
callers In Bend tho past week wort.
C. if. Spaugh and dnughtcr, Violet,
Mrs. F. L. McMnnmon. Mrs. G. W.
Snyder, Mrs. Sarah Groom, Miss Ivy
Snyder. John Bollmun nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dave Mlckols.
Tho eighth and seventh grade pu
pils of this district wore taking th
stato examinations Thursday ami
Friday. Mrs. Robert Smith conduc
ted tho examinations.
Mrs. Davo Mlckols was a caller n'
tho Snyder home Sunday.
T. A. Brannon was u caller nt tho
Snyder homo Friday night.
Mrs. F. Ii. McMnnmon entertained
Mrs. Sarah Groom Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Davu Mlckols nrd
Edwin nnd Roy Mlckols wero In
Never Saw Anything: Hotter.
Mrs. A. B. Griffith, box 154, An
drews, Ind.. writes: "Last wlntor
my family all had tho 'flu. I tried
Foley's Honey und Tnr nnd never
saw nnythlng nny hotter. From
now on I will not bo without Foley's
Honey and Tar In tho house." Hold
evcryu here:. Adv.
BROILERS SHIPPED TO
THE BEND MARKET
for their homo In tho East tho Inst
of tho month.
Goorgo. Cyrus Is having his ear
overhauled In Slstors.
A Jolly crowd of neighbors nnd
frluuds mot nt tho homo of R. O.
Audrun for a surprise fnrowoll sur
prise party for Mrs. llolilshtp und
daughter. Tho evening was pleas
antly spent In playing games, In
torsporsed with music, after which
h delicious lunch was solved. .
Mrs. Holdshlp spent Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. Thomas Arnold.
Mrs. Harrison was a callor Wed
nesday afternoon ut tho Andrus
T. Arnold has boon busy set
ting out strawberry plan . which
ho received from Portland Thoy
nro of tho overbearing progressive
Idan reee makes
27 POUND GAIN
Bend, Oregon, Man In Had Shape
Takes Taiilnr and IVoN l.lku
NVtV ..Man, Now.
How to Destroy n gwxl UIp)iltlon.
Bad digestion wilt ruin tho bust
disposition. It tho world looks dark
nnd blue. It you nro generally "out
of sorts" and foci stuffed up and
uncomfortable Just tnko a Foley
Cathartic Tablet. Relieves mean
headaches, biliousness, bloating,
sour stomach, constipation .ami Ills
that follow disordered digestion.
Hold everywhere- Adv.
CLOVERDALE. May 18. Miss
Winifred Aldrich Is shinning three
dozen broilers a week to tho Bend
market. Sho is also shipping to
Vorn Skclton hns purchased Mr.
Pnrtln's old car and Mr. Partln hud
ordered a now one.
G. Ruling has a deal on to sou
hl IntnrnsttM In tho Harris ulnco
nnd move onto his own, which bo
recently, purchased from I. E.
Mrs. C. Lund is visiting menus
In Montana. s
Thnan InVlnir tho examinations 111
our school In tho 8 th grade woro
Thomas Harrison and Wnyno Ay
rus; seventh grade, Holen Good
rich and Albion Peck; sixth grade,
Anita Hodson, Alothea Hodson,
Vern Bradley, Merlo McDonald.
School will close Friday. May 21,
and tho children will utl enjoy a
picnic on Squaw creek.
Thn nlnv. nt thn Council club
Friday night, entitled "Popping
tho Question." was woll rendered, as
u-ria nlun thn snnir bv tho "Hay
seeds," which was repeatedly en
nmii Thin closes tho club'ii Ac
tivities until fall, as everyone is so
busy farming and making gar
A lnrco number of Cloverdale
oeonlo attended tho track meet in
Redmond Saturday .
Mr. Fish has recently moved into
the Rodman house on the Sisters
It. O. Andrus delivered a load
of potatoes in Bend Monday.
T C A1rtdf.li ahfnnml Iwn car-
loads of beeves to Portland last!
Mr. and Mrs. Holdshlp attended
tho track meet In Redmond Satur
day and took ,tho evening train to
Madras, from where they will leave
I f III I'll !! H-'- - ", r-.fr8' "" " " -'"-'
POOR HATCHES IN INCUBATOR
I have actually gained twenty
seven pouuilH In weight and font
Just Itko u now man slnco 1 began
taking Tunlac," said Dan Rood, i
woodman, who lived at Bend, Ore.,
whllo In tho Owl drug store recently.
Continuing ho said:
".Some time ago I began to have
trouble with my stomach. My ipio
tlto became very poor, and I finally
got to whero I would havo to force
down every mouthful I utv, und when
I did ffils I would suffer with In
tense critutplug pains In my stomach
afterward, 1 would also bloat somo
thing awful and my huart would pal
pltatu terribly nnd It would be all I
could do to got my breath, 1 lust
so much weight thut I finally be
came so wenk I could hardly drug
myself around. When I got up in
tho morning I always felt wurin
than when 1 went to bed, and I had
no energy und Just felt tired and
worn out all tho time.
"I hnd been reading so much
about Tanlac In tho newspaper:! r.ud
the good It was donlg others I de
elded to give It n trial, and It torn
meuced to help me almost nt once
My uppotltu improved and I began
to pick up In weight and strength.
I have taken seven bottles In nil
Tho Mind of a Woman,
"A woman Is more-rcllglons than n
men," says l)r, , T, Jklmlluhl In "The
Mind of a Wiiii-tii." There Is mote nf
the emotional uufl the mystic Women,
being more emotional than men, are
pre-eminent In the spiritual life, for
lovo Is their nature moru than It In
that of mon,
Lives Up tc tho Symptoms.
"You emi nearly always tell u man
who Is miITvtIiii! from this 'unrest,'"
snlil Juil Tonkin, "by the way ho
mnmiRes to put In more time resting
thnu anyone -li In the neighbor-hood."
Poor Time Ahead,
Mother was going In tiilin Hilly visit
lug with her. ho while, ilreiedng him
Mie snlilt "ini imisi he good loday,
ex''epllMiinll,v K'mmI. hecniiMt Aunt Hut
tie Is going to he llieie anil slm doesn't
lllid noisy hoys' "0, gee." sold tho
youngster, "I free where I'm going to
have a lotten dine,"
Centun Data Grow,
The statistic of the llrst census of
thn United Stale- were itilillsheil In
one small volume consisting of Ml
pages, Thl' stntlNlles of the 11)1(1 ecu
mi i-rniilrod 11! wiluine having more
Ihnil KMMKI pMUi'H.
Select Sensible Shoes , .
now, and am glad to say I havo been
Carelessness In Manipulation of Ma- U'omplotoly relieved of all my
' i 4 U.llll.l.d
ivoo 'liM SS fi
7S5. VHP - " &
chine Is Sure to Bring Dla-
1 aatrout Results.
. Many causey for poor hntchci of
chicks In Incubators can be traced to
the operators not educating theiuseUes
on what Is necessary In the way of
fertile eggs, saving eggs for Incuba
tion anil taking enre of them. I.ggs
for Incubation should be kept In n
well ventilated room with medium tem
perature. All eggs should be turned
at least once every 24 hours, and no
eggs should be over ten days or two
weeks old nt the outside.
One should be careful to strictly fol
low tho directions accompanying the
Incubator. The directions fur one
make of mnchlne do not always do
for that of another mnke, for the
ventilation, regulation, etc.- may be
The principal reason why young
chicks die In the shell nhout the
eighteenth day Is n poorly ventilated
Other causes thnn poorly ventllnted
rooms are poorly ventilated Incubators,
nnd eggs are not prorOily fcrtllltcd.
An egg poorly fertilized will stnrt to
grow and die for Inck of vitality.
Opening up tho Incubator during the
latter port of the hatch, or about
the time the chicks begin to pip. lets
out the moisture nnd dries the chicken
np In the shell, or. In other words,
stops the pores of the shell, nnd Cannes
a great many to die, Onder no con
dition should the Incubator bo opened
nftcr the eighteenth day until the
chicks are entirely hntched.
As a rule, beginners with Incubators
do not read tho book of directions
properly. Many a person who hns
seen an Incubator, and probably run n
hatch of some other make thinks ho
knows nil about It, docs not read
the directions and makes a Hat fail
ure every time. Sometimes no consid
eration Is given to the ventilation of
the room In which tho machine Is
plnced. Possibly there may ho de
cayed vegetables therein, or the air
Thero nro few failures nowadays by
poorly regulated Incubators, except
In the cheaper line of machines where
the temperature, will chuugo 10, 111
troubles. I can eat anything I want
without suffering nny bad effect-i
nnd all that tired, wornnut fcolliu;
has gone. I can sleep nil night long
without waking and always get up In
the morning feeling ready for my
dny's work, and while the Job of a
woodsman naturally requires u great
deal of physical strength I can do
as much us I over did. Tanlac did
mo u groat servico In restoring my
health, nnd I am always glad to ull
others about It. and never mls4 n:i
opportunity to da so."
"Tanlac Is sold in Bend by Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by George F.
Altken nnd In Bend by Horton
loo much nttentlon to nn Incubator.
I never see to my machine more than
twice u day, once In the morning and
once In the evening. I see that the
regulator l set properly nnd every
thing running nicely before putting
In the eggs, and then place the egg
In It nnd do not touch the regulator.
At tlrst It will lower the temperature
a little when the eggs are put In,
hut If the regulator Is properly set,
the temperature will rise to the prop
1HERE mav be other things on which your
peace of mind depends, but it's a safe bet that
one of the most important is your choice of
shoes. You actually Jive in the shoes you wear.
When shoes are built right you live in them
in comfort. Extra service every step, com
fort every minute'1 in Buckhecht Shoes.
Buckhecht Shoes for you for active men in all walks
of life are told in a variety of styles and leathers from
58 to 12 by principal (hoe dealers in the West.
Ifntt mU ijjtvr Jialtr, nnd All nam emjjtur trJtr H
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
MANUFACTURERS Sintt tht iar(rflii SAN FRANCISCO
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ChNlKAL OKLGUN bAINK.
Bend, Oregon, nt Close of Business, Slay -1th, 10U0
LoanB and Discounts .., ...........$-lG9,938.81
BondH and Warrants'. .............. 70,124.03
Furnituro und Fixtures -....... 3,800.00
Cash and Exchanges ............. IOC, 037.59
Other Itesources , 1,000,00
Condensed Statement of Condition of tho
on Ann An
f Y fcUWVUU
Surplus and Undivided 1'roflts... ., 17,904.90
Deposits . V.M bl)7(&3U.13
Total labilities J.. . $G40,G01,03
- OAIiLS l'OIt CONDITION
Controller of Cuirrnoy Deposits
Muy 1st, 1910 , '. $ C9.571.32
.Mny 1st, 1917 ,....- 202,017.23
.May 10th, 191S ....,,. - 308,879.32
May 12th, 1919 ,..'. ....,.. 39C.114.10
May -Itli, J020 fS7,:t(,l
I Kiln MI ii .nWMli .
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urn. HMb,'Jty k. rft dVHIIB
Cplcndld Hatcn rrom Incubator.
nnd IS degrees. One point I have no
ticed here ut home by having n j;reen
hand set un Incubntor, says u writer In
nn exchange. lie reads the directions,
imiybo thinks he has learned them
by heart, sets his regulator H8 H0n
its tho thermometer gets to io,i, turns
the thumb screw Whero he supposes
Is right, and places tho eggs in the
Now. the thumb screw nnd regulntoi
Is n very tender affair, and one turn
nf tho thumb screw will cause it change
In the atinosphero Inside the Incubn
tor of three to fwir degrees. It should
ho turned slightly, nhout oue-fourth of
the wny round, ho the tompeniltiro
stands Just nt 10,').
A treat mls' Is mnile by. paying
Climax Alfalfa and
This seeder attaches to deck of any ordinary peg-tooth harrow- ,
Drops seed down among tho harrow teeth. Sows- any .4 ,
amount desired up to one bushel per acre. , . v.v'
Not an experiment, but has been used in the East 13 years. . .J ' ,
When harrowing ground last time over, attach seeder, and har- '"-
row and sow at one operation.
Only two gears to wear. One of these seeders will last for
AS FOR DEMONSTRATION ..
See this Climax Seeder at
Bend Hardware Company