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HClfD BUIiLXTIN, BHND, ORROON, THURSDAY, JUNE it, 1020,
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BROUGHT TO RANCH
Wtork Is ProKTCS-dng Itnpidly N'K
Tract or Potato Land inir-
rliawl Near Powell Ilutto.
POWELL BUTTE. Juno 2.
Work rocs steadily on toward tho
preparation ot tho land recently
purchased by Dolson, Mustnrd nud
othors for tho planting of tho en
tire tract to potatoes, Twelvo Jap
anese laborers were put on tho
ground Monday morning.
Tho board of directors of tho
Wilson school met Monday evening,
May 31, to prepare n budget for
Btxt year's expenses. They esti
mate that It will require- $13S7.50
to run tho- school next year, and
Bavo posted notices to that offect,
to bo approved by the voters ot tho
district Juno 21.
Tho Powell Butte Sorosls clnu
met at Community hall Wednesday,
May 26. As this was tho annual
Mothers' day for members, and a
largo number was present, tho fol
lowing ladles, acted as hostesses.
Mrs. J. Arthur Mllnor, Mrs. Kdwnrd
Luthy, Mrs. Rudolph Wellpott and
Miss Mablo Allen. Some business
of Importance was transacted. Tho
vote was taken deciding that this
club Bond ' dues to the federation
and continue, as in the past, a
member of tho federated clubs. Af
ter tha business session tho guests
were invited to n beautifully dec
orated table, . where a delicious
luncheon was served. The tablo
decorations were Central Oregon
wild flowers. Tho next meoting
will bo with Mrs. George Whltsctt
as hostess, at Community hall.
Mrs. Frank KIssler and children
are at home from an extended visit
to her parents and relatives In Mon
tana. Mrs. E. A. Biggs, mother of J.
A. Rlggs, who has been visiting her
son here, has gone to Seattle, where
6ho will visit with another son for
a month or two, and will then re
turn to her home at Brownsville to
r spend the winter.
Mrs. S. D. Mustard returned from
Oaksdale, Wash., last week, bring
ing with her a niece and nephew,
Adalino and Archie Mustard, who
will make their home with Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. A. XV. Bayne were
Prineville visitors Saturday.
The attendance at the fifth an
nual ball given at Community hall
Friday night was not so good as it
might have been, owing, doubtless,
to tho shortage of gas. Prineville
sent a good-sized crowd, but Red
mond and Bend were conspicuous
1- their absence.
Born At tho Redmond hospital,
'Saturday, May 29, to Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo Hobbs of Powell Butte, a
son, weight, ?', pounds; name,
Mrs. Mary V. Chandler. Charles
Charlton. Grandma Spray and Helen
Curtis attended the memorial serv
ice in I'rlnevlllo Sunday.
Dave Still and family spent Sun
day with relatives ia Prineville.
Grandma Sears is quito 111 at the
homo her daughter, Mrs. D. A.
Mrs. Hans Jacobsen and children
drove a bunch ot young cattle 'last
week from Powell Butte to their
ranch at Roberts, whero the cattle
will bo kept until fall.
C. C. Brlx was a business visitor
So: J 1 i
f.-T-y Jt VJssrSLX
Condnhctl SUKcmont of Condition of (he
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
Bend, Oregon, nt CIos of Business .May Mil, WiO
Loans and Discounts f59,938.81
Bonds and Warrants , 70,124,63
Furniture and Fixtures , 3,800.00
Cash and Exchanges 105,037.59
Other Resources 1,000.00
Total Resources $040,501.03
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits., :.. 17,964,90
CALLS FOR CONDITION
Controller of Currency DepoNits
May 1st, 1910 j 59.571.32
May 1st, 1917 202,017.23
May 10th, 1918 368.879.33
May 12th, 1919 .' .' 395 114 10
May 4th, 101!0 n07,n0.1
In The Country
to Redmond one day Inst week.
Tho Powell Uutto Sunday richool
gave n Memorial day program Inst
Mrs. E. H. Stewart and Mrs.
Gladys Stout have returned from a
vIbR to Portland, Hood River and
othor points. They were accom
panied homo by Mrs. Stewart's
father, Mr. Jackson, of Hood River,
who will spon dthe summer on the
ranch with his daughter and son-in-law.
Tho board of directors of Ed
wards school has signed up n con
tract with Mrs. Gladys Mllnor to
tench Its school next year. Mrs.
Mllnor taught last year and her
work was approved by tho patrons.
At Shepard school district, Miss
Fay Bussett will bo tho teacher
ngitln next year. Her work with
tho Children last year being satis
factory, she was ro-omployod at nn
Increasod salary. Butte Valley di
rectors Imp not signed up yet, but
believe they are to havp Miss Burcn,
who taught thero two years ago.
Members of tho Prineville Com
mercial club wcro Interviewing tho
reople of Powell Butto Monday on
Mho matter of R. F. D. sorvlce. It
Is tho desire of Piueville to make
that postofflco tho delivery point
for Powell Butte. This would
eliminate tho Star route from Red
mond to Powell Butto and probably
cut out the Powell Butto pottofflco
later. In the event of direct tele
phone, communication with Prine
ville, this would moot with the ap
proval ot most ot the patrons, but
If the Prlnevlllo Commercial club
desires the business of Powell Uut,to
to that extent they will have to
furnish a telephono service at more
reasonable rates than any offer we
have heard. '
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
ih.picivt ninnt' t.,
Tho ,VcT,i i m, ,,.;.,,. ,. 0111 wero shopping In Sisters Sat
Tho usual monthly meeting was r,i... ,.
held Thursday evening nt the homo
of Dr. and Mrs. Alonzo Petty. An
exceptionally largo crowd was pres
ent and a very Interesting sermon
was preached by Dr. Potty. The
ladies served n lunch consisting ofj
sandwiches, cake and coffee.
Anton Ahlstrom has been helping
install the new headgate Jn tho
Swalley ditch at Bend this week. j
J. W. Peterson mado a business
trip to Bend Friday.
Dr. A. Petty wus a business vis
itor In Bend Friday.
Mrs. Georgo Holton of Deschutes
was a caller In this neighborhood
Mrs. Jones has returned to the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed
Swalley, after visiting for some time
at Prineville and Sisters.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson was a. Red'
rnond visitor Wednesday.
T .LI . '
. u. uuicnins arnvcu oy auto ino terreuonno scnool goes on
from Oregon City Thursday morn- record ngaln for club project work,
ing. Mrs. Hutchlns and small son, A standard pig club of six members
accompanied by Mrs. Roberts, Mrs.jhaa been formed with DeWItt Wll
Hutchins' mother, will follow later.) "ams as leader. Thttro are also three
Dr. Alonzo Petty arrived hcre.Bardon club members,
from Portland Tuesday morning to J- H. Elllngcr, brother of tho late
spend a few days at his home. J- J- Elllnger, was here for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swalley. Mrs. visit. Ho returned to his homo in
Jones and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. An- Seattle Sunday,
derson attended tho party at tho' A community meeting was held
John Parks homo near DeA'butes' "oro ,aBt Tuesday. Thero was a
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williams J""1 ana ol "overui otner local ar
of Prineville camo over to look """ , . .
after their property on Saturday.
Whll h.r lh..v wnrn tr.ip.if nt il,i.,n
Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson
woro dinner guests nt tho Potty
homo Saturday evening.
Mrs. II. T, Mikkaluun linn boon
suffering with n sore oyu thin wcok,
Alfred Podorson mndo n trip to
Redmond Friday aftor soino ill
falfn nud grain seed,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo llolton ot
DoHChutes worn guestH nt tho homo
ot Mr. and Mrs. II. T. MlkkelROit
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson ot
Tumalo woro vlnltorA nt tho J,
Peterson homo Sunday.
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lit 1t.lt Irtff fl 11,Mt l.lltll Ctllt
y. . m.v.,. ,.v ,. .,. ".'.."I
day tn homplotu the work on tho,
Hans Hanson ot Deschutes spoilt
Sunday with Alfred MikkclRou.
W. B. HutchliiB went to Redmond
on Saturday nftor his cow, which
ho had shipped up by freight from
Mrs. O. E. Anderson visited nt
tho Bales homo nt Tumitlu Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Anderson
wcro callers at tho J. B. Anderson
homo near Tumalo Sunday after
noon. CLOVERDALE 'PARTY
MAKES BIG CATCH
CLOVEHDALE. Juno 2. tleerg
Cyrus and and family, Frank Ar
nold, wife and daughter and Thomas
Arnold and wife spent Sunday on
Squaw creek, fishing. Although tho
day was cool unci windy, they
caught about ISO fishr
H. K. Kline, wife nnd children,
Mr. and Mrs. It. King and J. U.
Hodson and family were picnicking
on tho Deschutes Sunday.
Mrs. Christy and Voitn Partln
were callers at the home of J. L.
Parberry last week.
Reuben A. Lung of Silver Lake
was hero Monday ,o got his Rheop
that Mr. Partln had wintered for
A. E. Hoss of Plalnvlow was a
caller In our section last week
V. Harrison and wife wero
! business visitors In Sisters Monday
lru r!nrt((-A t),rtt,, nn.l .Int.nliti..:
I.. ' "" Mimi
J. 1... Parberry has purchased n
Mrs. B. c. Kllno spoilt Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. llllleary.
Thomas Arnold was a business
visitor In Bond Saturday. .
E. M. Pock nnd family were din-
nor guests at tho Harrlnon homo
HURT IN WRECK
TERREBONNE. June 1. Lylo
McFadden was badly brulned last
Friday when a car In which he was
riding, driven by John .Mock, over
turned a half mllo south of Terre
bonne. Grant Nichols sustained a
1 sprained wrist In tho same accident.
M.I M . .
(Jcngtiiy uiscussion of tho Jap ques-
." s wore on a snort busl-
l"P "" HCaillC,
Last Thursday so vera I of the far
mers around Terrebonne took a dny
off and Improved tho. North Terre-bonne-Lower
Bridge road. They ro-
, turned homo In tho evening report
ing mat a ronn Had been mado
through to Lower Brldgo and they
expect It to bo recognized soon by
tho stnto highway commission as n
Tho school picnic last Friday
proved to bo a success. A gnmo of
buso ball was played by the juvenile
teams aftor which dinner was served
In the gymnasium. After dinner n
game of ball was played by the Fili
pinos and tho town toam. The scoro
nt tho end was 15 to 5 In favor of tho
town team. After tho game the time
was taken up with foot races and
tugo ot war.
Mrs. N. II. Ellott. and daughter,
Nina, left hero for Seattle last Sat
urday. Mrs. Joo Howard, of Lower
Brldgo, Is spending tho woek nt Mrs,
VISIT AT LAKE
PLAINVIEW. Juno 1. A party of
20 peoplo from Plalnvlow had u
vory ploasant outing and plcnlp at
Suttlcs lake last Sunday, A few in
tho party fished and caught a K0(1
mass for supper.
Mr. Louzetta Pulllam made a trip
to tho homo of J. M. McKlnuey on
Aro NOT Junk.
Ship your Hides
and Calfskins to tho
II. V. NORTON
and got full valuo
for then, Prlco
list and shipping
tags on request.
tho High Desert on Friday, returning
IIUI1IU OIIIIHUII). I
Messrs Hoy nud Edger Honrtt
woro Clnverdalu cnllurs Saturday uv
Alex Lcvorour. purehousod 'rt Mux
.well louring car recently,
Plalnvlow ranchers have been
planting potntooR (ho punt week. An
Innovation Is being mado this year In
treating the sued with laud Plaster.
Mrs, A. E. Hobs was a Itodmund
Mr. mill Mrs. II. T. Hartley and
A. W, Armstrong wore buslnuss
callers In Bond Saturday.
i Tll ' " ' dU,) Wl" ,l0,a ""
The regular Drenching services
will ho conducted at tho school house
on Sunday afternoon, June 0, ut 3
Miss Josephine Burgos wont to
Deschutes Sunday evening en roiiw
to Portland whero shu will spend
two months of her Hiimiiier vacation.
Mr. mid Mrs. M. YV. Knickerbock
er, and daughter, Connie, also Miss
Helen ,M. Foley, of Bond, were din
ner guests ut the II. Mil mors' homo
Notices have been posted for tho
annual school meting to ho hold at
the school house Monday afternoon.
June 21st, at 2 o'clock.
Hoy (1 ml Edgar Honrtt and Mr.
and Mrs. II. A. Scogglu attended the
graduation exercises of tho Ilmul
high school at the gymnasium last
GAME OFFICIALS TO
VISIT MANY LAKES
Practically All Bodies of Water In
County That Have Been Stocked
Will Bo Inspected.
Practically nil of tho lakes of
Deschutes county that have been
stocked by tho state game commis
sion In the past few years will he In
cluded In the Itinerary of 11 party
of commissioners touring tho stnto
shortly. Stato Gnmo Wurdon A. E.
Burghduff will accompany them and
will give particular uttentlou to
mountain lakes recently made ac
cessible tn motorists In this section.
Included In tho group will be Statu
Senntor John Gill and Commissioner
mnn. f ?nlnm
Relatives a Pavement for Drlde.
Jri the Hrrvey inland n bride m Hie'
dnylM'fore the nctunl iiinrrlngo walks
UMiri the hacks of her future hn
tfniid'H relatives, nud on Hie happy day
her relutlves form n similar pavement
for him. In each cum.- from lioue to
Climax Alfalfa and
This seeder attaches to deck of any ordinary peg-tooth harrow.
Drops seed down among the harrow teeth. Sows any.
amount desired up to one bushel per acre.
Not an experiment, but has been used in the East 13 years.
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
ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
See this Climax Seeder at-
Bend Hardware Company
,CAR OP GASOLINE
ON WAY TO BEND
Should Ho Hero by 1111110 It or n,
Nay W. It. Speck, hut Cantor
allon May Ho .Yowuiry.
That 0110 car of gasoline Is 011 route
tn Bond front the east wan tho 1 11 for
mation received this morning by V,
It, Speck, local iiiaiinger for tho
Standard Oil Co. The shipment In
scheduled to arrive In Band either
June 3 or R, relieving tho Has short
age which has houu felt hero for the
past 10 days. Under the system uf
rationing now being used, the sup
ply uf gas and distillate 011 hand will
lie virtually exhausted when tho
eastern shipment arrives,
Even at that ,snyn Mr. Speck, tin
less other cars Are sent In quickly
I from western points, It will he nec
essary to conserve carefully.
Heparin ot Bond nutolstH, who
stated that tlioy wore able tn get all
tho gasoline they wanted In Madrus
ut R0 cents ngallon, Mr. Speck
took ns nn Indication that hoarding
and profiteering Is being practiced.
"The Standard Oil price Is .10 cent,
and Bend distributors are charging
only tlireo cents abovq this quota
tion," )io said.
FIVE MONTHS LAMBS
AVERAGE 91 POUNDS
lreeil Weight Km'iviN Thntif 10
Month Old Animals .Marketed
In 1011) I'm in Name Flock
F. B. Baughmaii, of Deschutes,
came In Friday with 37 dressed j
spring lambs for tho O Dounoll mar
ket. Tho avorago weight was 91
pounds for five months old Inrnus,
whllo 50 dressed owes broifght In ut
the same time averaged 135 pounds.
Last year Mr. Baiiglimun marketed
many Iambs In Portland, and his 10
months old animals only averaged
71 pounds. They were grude lanibx,
however, whllu this year, Mr. Baugh
nlan is uulng n pure bred sire, and is
demonstrating the value of scientif
ic feeding and care.
"Work UfTfr klllrd no one yet. No,
and it uln't colng to kill mer Prow
y Dsn. .
SAYS SHE THREW
Mrs, I'mkor Spent lluitilicdv
Hooking lloiillli T1111I110
"My troubles have bi;on completely
overcome since I begun Inking Tan- ,
Ino and I am enjoying the host
health I have had In twenty years,"
said Mrs. Parker, of 423 East Third
St., Los Angeles, Cat, y
"I spout several thntiHUiul dollars
for medicines mid treiitinonlH," shu
continued, "hut It was Just money
thrown away, for I never got any
relief from my suffering until I
coinniencod taking Tnnlan. I was
practically an Invalid for twenty
yours and all my trouble was oaunoil ,
by the nwful condition of my stom
ach. A groat part of tho time I was
confined to my bed, simply loo weak
to bo up. 1 could oat but very little,
and that disagreed with 1110 so I
suffered terribly from gas. To make
uiuttors worse I was attacked by
rhnumntlsiu In my arufs and log,
which caused me 110 end of pain und
mlHory. I never got 11 good night's
sleep mid, hornmu extremely nervous.
"Well, 1 have Just finished uvl
fourth bottle of Tauhic mid It Is woi9
dofful the way I have Improved.
WI1.7 I fool no well and strong I dn
all my own housework without the
least trouble. Last week I actually
did the family washing nud It Iiiih
been many years since I did a thing
llko that My appetite is fine mid
unthliig dlHiigroes with me. I sloop
rostfully nnd get up feeling refreshed
every morning. The rhuumntlMti
has entirely disappeared mid Tunhio
deserves every bit of the credit."
"Taulno Is sold in Bend by Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by (lonrge F.
Altken, mid In Bend by llorlou
Owr-nlMindniii.i of patience, plrnjj
ftf pliiik, nnd a hirce inoimuru of stnm
Ihu are tho three t-sn'iillal qunlltlr
that tnntorlMs In South America niiMt
poM'n, pHrtlculnr'y when traveling
ovci llrnkllluii mail. In southern Bra
r.ll, roads are not only almost liupss
sable most of the time, but aro gen
rrully lioiolenty ltiixiislhle from tlii
tumlHi'nt of louring comfort. Trn
versing them contJltutri one of tlm
inot Kutvru loits to which motor cart
und tire, can be subjected.
Olvlna Them Their Due.
Thr limn with bniliin who docs r.ot
ur tbcm Is uliigRiirtl! sbniiie him.
The bard worker with few talents l
n drudge; oncniinigo him. Tbe uiuii
ulth Inlcnts who worl.M bard to make
the umt of them l n goulut; prnl