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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
BRND BULLKTIN, BKND, ORKOOW, THURSDAY, JUNK 10, 1020.
CAR LACK HALTS
TERREBONNE, Juno S. Mr.
Flndlcy Thoinos, couMn of Mrs. D.
II. Oaten, vlsllcd nt Mr. Gnto's homo
n fow days lust week.
Owing to the Hhortage of cars the
Western Watomlto Co. will not start
work on the two warehouses at Ter
rebonne, as soon as they expected to.
Last Monday tho Filipinos working
hero gave n big "feed" accompanied
by a musical entertainment. Several
of tho boyst left for Wnlln Walla tho
Mr. C. C. Cornollus left for Hood
River last Monday.
Mr. L. 1'. Bruce, president of hto
Western Dlatomlte Co.. returned to
Portland after a week's visit at the
mines nt Lower Brldco.
Mrs. J. Iloltrlch and daughter,
Adeline, left for Portland Saturday.
Mm. Dcltrlch Intends to visit ' her
daughter In Portland and Miss Dolt
rlch Is to go on to St. Paul to attend
Miss Hortensc Williams, sister of
DoWItt Williams, left here for her
homo in Oklahoma last week.
Mr. and Mrs Harold McEudden
returned to Terrebonne last Sunday.
MEETING IS HELD
BY PLAINVIEW CLUB
PLALVVIEW, June S. The O. D
O. club held a very interesting meet
ing at tho home of Mrs. A. W. Arm
strong last Thursday afternoon, Juno
3. A motion was made and carried
that a lawn social would be given
by the club on Saturday evening,
Juno 26. One of the features of the
evening will be the selling of tho
worsted quilt finished some time
ago. The social will be held on the
lawn at the Armstrong home.
The ranchers that planted sun
flower seed this spring are not get
ting as good a stand as they had ex
pected. Many report also that
ground squirrels and gophers nro
doing much damage to tho young
Mrs. Hay. of Bend, wjio was un
der the care of Mrs. Howard Hartley
nt her home last week, was taken to
the Bend hospital Thursday for sev
eral weeks of special treatment.
Mr.and Mrs. Julina Morfett are
rejoicing over the arrival of an
eight and one-half pound girl.
Mrs. P. A. Scoggln has been ill tho
Mr. and Mrs. Morfett, Mrs. A. E.
Hoss and Roy Heartt were business
callers In Bend Tuesday.
Mrs. Emma Patterson spent Tues
day with Mrs. C. F. Chalfan.
Mary Fryrear. of Cloverdale. was
a Plalnvlew caller Sunday.
There will 'be regular preaching
services at the school house Sunday
afternoon. June 13. at three o'clock.
Mr. Haig. from the Peninsula
spent the week end at the Hartley
The directors of the McOalllster
District Improvement Company held
n meeting at the home of A. E. Hoss
last Saturday evening. Guy Dobson
of Redmond, was admitted as a mem
ber of the company.
The Plalnvlew school finished its
nine month's term last Friday with
a school picnic held on the Squaw
Creek ditch. It was well attended
and enjoyed by those present.
A large party from Plalnvlew
fished and picnicked near the new
bridge on tho Deschutes below Tum
alo. ' Mary Bennett, of Bend, Is visiting
at tho Box A ranch thin week.
iP, Jl JUT i A
Condensed .Statement of Condition of the
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
Bend, Oregon, at Close of Business, May Ith, 1020
Loans and Discounts $459, 938.81
Bonds and Warrants , 70,124.03
Furnituro and Fixtures 3,800.00
Cash and Exchanges 105,037.50
Other Resources 1,000.00
Total Resources $040,501.03
Capital Stock ., ? 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 17,904.90
Doposits 507,530. 13
CALLS FOR CONDITION
Controller of Currency Deposits
May 1st, 1010 $ 50.571.32
May 1st, 1017 202,017.23
May 10th, 1018 3G8.870.32
May 12th, 1010 305,114.10
May -ltli, 1020 r. n07,n:)l.i
In The Country
Mr. Skeel, of Portland, father of
Mrs. Paul ScokkIii, Is spending n fort
night with his relatives here.
ROAD CAMP QUITS
PLEASANT RIOGE. June 8. The
road camp which us been located In
this neighborhood for about two
months moved Sunday down n?nrcr
Mr. nnd Mrs. Olo Hanson, of Des
chutes, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Carl Han
son, of Tumalo, were callers at tho
Rasmus Peterson homo Sunday.
Severn! from this neighborhood
attended the pnrty at tho Chris Nel
son home near tumalo, Saturday ev
ening. They wore: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Swnlley and children. Mrs. Jones,
Jim Winnlngham, Calvin Winning-
ham. att Jones and Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Anderson.
Everett Johnson and Hazel John
son were In llend Saturday evening.
A picnic party consisting of Mrs.
A. M. Potty. Mrs. O. E. Anderson,
Marthn Sum, Edith Swnlley, Leota
Johnson. .Mary Triplett. nnd Alfred
MlkkeUon spent Thursday afternoon
and evening on the river.
Mr. and Mrs Ed Swnlley and Mrs.
Jones were visiting relatives In Reml
J. W. Peterson made a business
trip to Bend Wednesday.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson and Mrs. H.
T. Mlkkelsou were shopping In Red
mond Friday afternoon.
Hans Hanson of Deschutes, visited
Alfred Mlkkelsou Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mahaffey. of
Bend, were dinner guests nt the
Baughman home Sunday.
Kenneth Johnson spent Sunday as
the guest of Alfred Mlkkelsou.
Mrs. A. M. Petty. Miss Martha
Sum nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson wero
shopping in Bend Tuesdny.
H. T. Mekkelson lost a fine Hot-
stein cow this week from bloat.
Mrs. Catherine Johnnseu went to
Madras Friday morning to spend u
couple of days visiting with friends
Mary Trlplott .of Bend, has been
visiting the Johnson children this
Mrs. E. C. Landlnghnm. Ermal
Giles and Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Sum
ner, of Bend, were fishing In the
river near Little Falls, Thursday.
Anton Ahlstrom helped O. E. An
derson butcher a fine hog Wednes.
Mrs. Alfred Pedersen was working
up at Deshutes several days the first
of the week.
NEWS NOTES FROM
PINEHURST, Juno S - Mr. Brag
nan was a" caller at tho Phelps homo
Davo and Georgo Mlkels were
down from the McKinley mill Tuos
F. N. Wallace was n business
caller at the Phelps homo Tuesday.
I. E. Wimer and soon. Raymond,!
were cullers In Tumalo Wednesday
Mrs. McDaniels after being sick
two weeks had a relapse Wodnodny
nnd was seriously ill Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. John Bollman, F. L.
Mc.Mnnmun and John Emerson wore
callors In Bend Thursday.
Those shopping in Bend Saturday
were: Mrs. A. N. Reed. Charles
Montgomery. Mrs. C. M. Phelps and
daughtor. Rozolla. I. E. Wimer. C. H.
Snauch nnd daughters. VIoM. and
' MIms Mmtrll Declares Tunlne
Is Best Mtsilrlito Kite.
Ecr Heard Of.
"1 am simply delighted over my
wonderful Improvement since I be
gan taking Tanlac," was the onthu
slastlo statement tnndu by Miss
Louise Cautrll, popular music teacher
of 8405 Elm street, Los Angeles, Cal.
"For us long as I can remember
my kidneys troubled mo and I rnioly
over got a good night's rest," sho
mntlnniwl. "I lost my nimctlto com
pletely and what I managed to swal
low by sheer force of will would fer
ment and cause so mucn gas tiuu in
heart would palpltato terribly and
at times 1 camo near fainting. I
fell off from one hundred and
twenty pounds to nlnety-elght and
was so nervous nnd weak l hud to
glvo up my work.
"Medicine and treatments did not
do mo it bit or good and I lost faith
in them. A friend of mine Kept In
sisting that 1 try Tnnlac and to
please her I did. Now 1 can t thank
her enough, for tho way Tuutue
helped me Is nothing short of ro
marknble. My appetite came right
back and I eat anything I want
without the stichtest trouble M'
kidneys seem to be In perfect shape
nnd 1 sleep all nigiit long u1
child. 1 have gained so much In
welghtaud strength ami inn so happy
l don't hesitate (o say Tnnlac Is the
best medicine I over heard of '
"Tanlac Is sold In Bend by Owl
Drug Co. In Sisters by Georfce !
Altken. nnd In llend by llJitiu
GIndys. J. L. Couch. Mr. und Mrs.
Grover (Jerking. Walter Andrews. (I
M. Couch and John Bollman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Smith and Ivy
nnd Lenoro Snyder were shopping In
Mrs. Susan Bollman and daughter,
who have been living In Bend since
last fall, moved back to their ranch
west of Tumnlo. Sunday.
Mrs F V Swisher was a business
caller ut the Phelps home Tuesday.
Roy Wells nnd family were dinner
guests at the Bollman home Sunday.
F. L. McManman and Lester Sny
der were fishing on the Deschutes
river Sunday They report a
Mr.mul Mrs. Davo MIckle, who
have been living at tho McKlnley
mill, have moved to tho Wall mill,
where Mr MIckle has employment.
GRAVE OF FOUR DYNASTIES
Ambitions of Austria, Russia, Ger.
many and Turkey All Lie Buried
in the Balkans.
We stood on the forward deck of
(he Slrlo us she .slipped southward,
throiii.ii the placid watery of the Adri
atic, at 20 knots tin hour. I.es thnu
n league away the Balkan mountains
suxnge, mysterious, forblddlm:, roc
In n rocky rampftrt against the east
"Did It exer occur to ou," remarked
the Itnlliiu officer who stood beside me
a noted historian In his own land.
"tlint four greet empires hne died ii"
a result of their lust for dominion
over the restless lands which He bi-
end those iiiinmtulns? Aifirln t-ov
eted Serbia und the empire of the
Ilnpsburu Is In fragment now. litis
sIh, seeing hvr liillueuce In the penin
sula ln.imrllisl, lui'tened to the sup
(tort or her fellow Slavs but Russia
has gone down In red ruin, nnd the
Rouiutiorfs are llend. Germtiuv. seek
log a gsteway to the warm water, and
a highway to the East, seized on the
excuse thus offered to launch her wall
Ing uncles and the empire reared by
the HolifnrnllcniH Is bankrupt and
broken. Turkey fought to retain her
hold on such Euiopeim territory us
still remained under the iresecnt Pan
tier. Today u postmortem Is about to
be held on (he Turkish empire and the
house of Ostium.
"Think of lt Pour great empires,
four ancient djmistlcs, lie burled oer
there In (ho Balkans. It Is something
more than n range of mountains at
which we nro lookli.jj; It N the wall of
u cemeti ry." E. Alexiinur Powell In
NO BEST BREED OR VARIETY
Best Plan Is to Select Stock Preferred
and Breed Up to Hlfjh Standard
There Is no best breed or best
variety of fowls. One perron will suc
ceed best with n certain breed und hi',
neighbor will prefer u different breed
'flie best plan Is to Helect the breed or
variety that Is preferred and, by prop
er muting, breed It up to a high Ptund
an) of quality nd production.
Tut It In Tho Bulletin.
und Call'.sklns to the
II. V. NORTON
and got full value
for then. Prlco
Hat and shlppltm
tags on roijuest.!
IN FAVOR OF
S. J. LOWELL TO BACK
Is Chosen as Xet Contention City
by lllg Mn Jot-It j C. K. Npcnro
Chosen to Succeed Himself
us Stato .Muster.
Tho national Gmtigo will defi
nitely stand behind Central Oregon
In tho effort to obtain federal aid
for the construction of tho lleuham
falls Irrigation project, S J. Low oil
of Fredonla, N. Y , national muster
of tho Grange, stated Thursday in
an Interview given at tho clone of
the morning session of the Oregon
Stato Grange convention here. "Wo
fought tho $500,000,000 reclama
tion appropriation hill, and have
been bitterly criticized for this ac
tion," ho said. "That meiisure,
however, was nothing but political
plunder. Wo are In favor of Irri
gation development nnd will buck
worthy Individual pro
tho Bouham falls
Mr. Lowell arrived In Bend this
morning, uccnmpuuled by W J.
Thompson of Maine, chairman of
tho national executive board. Ho
has been in attendance at the con
vention of tho Washington Stnto
Grange this week and will remain
in Bend through tomorrow, when
tho meeting hero wll reach Us
end. Tomorrow night ho will ad
dress nn open session of tho Orance,
to he held at S o'clock, at the gym
nasium. Kugene Gets Com cut loo.
A spirited attempt by Portland
delegates to secure tho 1921 ion-'
Climax Alfalfa and
Y ' : v - - - - St" A 'ijfe
This seeder attaches to deck of any ordinary peg-tooth barrow.
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
ont Ion for their city camo to
naught nt this mnrulug'n iiomilon
for, out of 100 votes edst, Ml worn
for Eugene. McMluuvlllo wan tho
only other coiitonliuit for tho lienor.
lnimodlutoly after tho noon in
cess wait declared ,tho delegates
gathered on the Held school lawn,
whom u group picture wan taken,
and this afternoon they worn tho
Kuostu of tho Commercial club In a
tour thiough tho mills and a trip
to tho Grange hall, whore refresh
mnnlii weio nerved,
Tonight balloting for offlcetu yet
to be elected will bo In order ami
tho Pomona and Ktuto. Grunge de
grees will bo conferred, Action on
rosolutloiiH Is expected tomorrow
morning und In tho afternoon npe
clul memorial services will bo held
C. E. Spence of Oregon City, suc
ceeded hlmsulf yestuiday mi Master
of tho Oregon Stato Grunge, nnd
Harvey G. .Starkweather, of Clacka
mas county sustained hlii second de
feat In less than two weekn' time,
when the canvassing committee of
tho Grunge contention In session
here, announced u dccltdvo ma jo it
on Wednesday In favor of Mr.
Speuco who will hoivo for two yems.
C. D. Huffmnu of l.a Grande, was
the lliltd candidate for the position
iih head of the statu orgaulxittlon.
Mrs. Minnie E. iloud of Eugene, was
re-elected for a two-year term iih
Lecturer over Ktiirkwoutlier und
0. J. Until, of Douglas county.
M. ('. Glover of Boring, has no oppo
sition for Mtewiml, T. R. A. Selwood
of MIlMiiukce, wiih iiiiunlmoinily
coliseu chaplain, and (-. S. Dow of
Astoria, was the only candidate for
The new system of statewide bal
loting Indicating first, second, and
third choice for a given office rocolv-
oleets siipIi us i "J Hh tryout and resulted in failure '
ojicis, such '"M , .... ..school year Just pa
iilim to the!'0 t)lct overseer, secretary, and1 ' , ' .',
pinii. to me ' imnted rece pta IK30I
member of the executive committee,
no majority being polled.
Etcnlug Program Glten.
Dr. Henry Gaines llnwn, of New
York, who has been employed by the
Stato Chamber of Commerce to lec
ture through Oregon, and who Is
launching the chamber's new drive,
was the chief speaker at the open
meeting held last night. Dr llawn
entered n strong plea for cooperation
In order to secure greater develop
ment of state resources.
A. G. Clark, manager of the Asso
ciated Industries of Oregon, spoke
on tho use of Oregon-made goods,
pointing out tho Importance of a
payroll to tiny community, mid do
during that In proportion to Itii nlzo
Bond him nun of (ho lingoM paytollii
III the stulo lleeiiilHO of t It I ft, ho
mild, meichuulM of this lily uliotild
ho purtlmiluiiy lulereiiled In hand
ling prodiiutH which uro the lenttltii
of Oiegou Industry
Munlcnl selei'llous and tho bene
diction by Cyrun II. Wulkur, of Al
bany, one of tho uldiml living unlive
born citizens of Oregon, und for the
punt ten yours chaplain of tho' Main
Grunge, comprised (ho lemiiluder of
A iipeclal order of IiuhIiiohk tomor
row afternoon will be memoilul ser
vices honoring the iiiuinory of 13
members of the state organisation
SCHOOL BUDOIHT FOR
DISTRICT. IS LESS
Voters Asluil In Endorse Kslliiiutisl
EvH'iidltui(s -DlMH'tois to lie
Chosen June 21,
A reduction of more than $4000
fiom the estimated expenditures
oted on uf the 1010 school mooting;
Is noted In tho notice of a special
school election, to bo held ut tho
high school auditorium, on Juno HO,"
from 2 o'clock In (ho afternoon to 7
o'eKick In the evening. In the bud
get adopted In 1010 , expenditure
totaled SIUR. 'J 30, with the amount to
bo raised by district lax $100,311.
whllo (his year $121,110 Is Hie total
of the estimated expense, with $0(1
CIO to bo ruined by (axntlon In tho
Of particular Interest Is the furt
that (his year's budget provides for
no emergency loans or emergency
loan Intel est, us agalust ft 0,080 re
linked for these purposes during tho
s(. In the estl-
Ipts JH300 Is given as the
amount probably receivable from tho
stato school tax. Instruction ex
pense, however, has souied from
$C0,000 to $78,700.
Tho regular uiiuual school meeting
wilt he held Monday, June 21, wIihii
successors will be selected for R. W.
Sawyer and Carl A Johnson, retir
There nr. still some pine when
Miiple believe n felon on the finger Is
ruiied by limine pointed (he linger at
the iniHin, nnd Hint some licaducle'i
uis raiisisl by having one's hair rut
while the moon Is crcsd'llt.