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RMNU UUliLKTlN, BRMD, ORMGOM, THURSDAY, JUNH VJI, 1020.
What's Doing In The Country
PARTY IS ENJOYED
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE, Juno 22.
Mr. ami Mrs. O. E. Anderson on
tortalned tho following guests nt
Ulnnor Thursday ovcplng, tho occa
sion being Mr. Anderson's birthday:
Mr. and Mrn. If. T. Mlkkclson, Alfrod
Mlkkelson, Mr. and Mrn. Alfred Ped
orsen, Oswald Podorscn, Antono Ahl
strom and Mlsa. Htlma Nolson. Tho
evening wan spent with mualo and
cards, after' which Ico cream, cake
and coffco wore served by tho hostess.-
Mr. and Mra. Olo Hanson, Hans
Hanson and V. P. Gift of Deschutes
wero callers nt tho Mtkkolson homo
Dr. A. Potty passed through Des
chutes Thursday morning on his way
from Portland to Bond, where ho
went to attend to some business'. Mrs.
Petty took tho train at Deschutes and
accompanied him to Dond, whoro
they snout tha day together. He
returned to Portland that evening
and she to her homo here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson made
a buslnosa trip to Bend Tuesday af
ternoon. Antono Ahlstrom and Miss HUma
Nelson wero In Redmond Wednesday
Mrs. O. B. Anderson mado a busi
ness trip to Redmond Thursday
Mr. and:Mrs. Olo Hanson and Hans
Hanson of Deschutes, accompanied
by Rasmus Pedorson, Miss Cathrlne
Johanson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ped
orson and Oswald Pcderson, .vlsftcd
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson,, noar Tum
alo, Sunday nttornoon.
Sovoral porsons from this neigh
borhood attended tho danco at
Georgo Holton's, near Deschutes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Poterson and
children visited at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Hanson, near Tutnalo,
Mr. Dartlott. who has been visit
ing his sister. Mrs. J. W. Cabeen, left
Saturday night for Portland.
Anton Ahlstrom was a business
visitor in Redmond Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riebhoff of
Redmond were callers at tho Hutch-
ins homo on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho Chautauqua in Bend Sat
urday and Sunday nights.
Rasmus Peterson helped Alfred
Pcderson butchor a hog Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hutchlns and
small son wero Redmond visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cabeen havo
spent several days this week on tholr
ranch. Thoy returned to Redmond
Friday evening, Mrs. Cabeen s broth
er. Mr. Dartlott, taking thorn In.
Miss Bernlce Couch visited this
week at the Johnson and Petty
present thoy nro living on tho high
L. C. Young Is soiling off his tlno
dairy herd. Mr. YoungMs going out
of tho dairy buolnoss.
Anna Smltiu tho only eighth grad
ed in our school this year, roports
sho received her diploma this week.
Anna rocolved tho highest grades In
tho county In grammar. Only two
of hor grades worn bolow 90. As
school had closod, a mombor of tho
school board guvo the examinations.
H. Wlgmoro was at tho C. M. Rns
mussen ranch Monday, hunting hay.
Ho roports hay Is very scarco now,
as most of tho rnnchors havo sold.
Only baled hay Is available.
Most of tho farmers In thts neigh
borhood nro through planting pota
toes. Very few fishing trips nro bolng
planned thts soason. Cars aro being
used for strictly business purposes on
account or tno snortngo or gas.
Chris Stock visited Clyde Smith
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Young and Mr.
and Mrs. Lovett and infant son worol
visitors at tho C. M. Rasmusson homo
L. C, Young is Inclosing his plnco
with rabbit wire.
Don Staughtor sold sovoral young
pics this weok.
Mr. Nolson. wife and daughtor
havo movod hero from La Grande.
At present thoy aro making tholr
homo with Mrs. Nolson's mother,
Mrs. William Roynolds, until Mr,
Nolson can build a houso.
Mr. Hardwtck was n Bond visitor
Mrs. Whlttoman and Mrs. Smith
wero shopping in Bond tho last of
callers nt tho shoop cnuip Sunday,
Mrs. John Uollinim and Mrs, C. M.
Phelps cnllod on Mrs. Tom lltonnnu
Roy Wells and fnmlly wero fish
down noar Lower llrldgo Sunday.
Mr. nud Mrs. fa. W. Snyder and
Mrs. F. L, McMunnmn wero callers
nt tho Tom llronnan homo Sunday
PLAINVIEW TO HAVE
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
AGED MAN IS
CIIAHLKH GltE.V DIICH WHILE
RESTING FROM MOKNING'H
LAIIOKH WAS PORTER FOR
YEARS AT THE COA HOTEL.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
PINEHURST, Juno 22. Mrs. O.
W. Snyder and Mrs. F. L. McManman
wero Bend visitors Monday.
' Ernest Phelps was planting grain
for Homor Cosnor this week.
Bessie Snyder and Rozella Phelps
called on Mrs. Robert Smith Tues- . --- .,
day. . WORK IS BEGUN ON
John Bollmnn was a business call-
PLAINVIEW, Juno 22. Tho 0. 1).
O. club will hold nn Ico cream social
on tho lawn nt tho A. W, Armstrong
homo Saturday ovonlng, Juno 20.
Evoryono Is Invltod to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Morfott and family,
Mrs. Puttorson and Roy and Edgar
Hoartt picnicked on tho C. F. Chnl
tan lawn last Sunday.
Mrs. John Staohll loft Friday for
Portland, on routo to tho coast, whoro
sho will remain Indoflnttoly.
Nowoll Van Tassol Is spending a
fow days nt Opal City.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knickerbock
er and family woro callors nt tho
Mamoro homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Scoggln woro
business callors In Bond Saturday,
Mary Bonnott has roturnod to
Bond nttor a two wooks' visit In tho
Mrs. A. E. Hoss and daughtor, Ida,
spent an onjoyablo week-end nt La
Tho O. D. O. club hold Its regular
mooting with Mrs. Chris Ward Inst
Thursday attornoon. At that time
It was decldod that tho club would
gtvo a demonstration of cheese mak
ing at tho homo of Mra. Van
Tassol tho following Thursday (Juno
24). It Is hoped a largo number of
ladles will bo able to tnko advanlago
of this demonstration. Evoryono Is
urged to bo presont by 1 o'clock p.
m., as tho work takes n long time.
A number of Plalnvlaw pooplo en
joyed fishing In tho Deschutes Sun
day. Roy Hoartt was a Redmond busi
ness callor Monday. .
Mrs. A. W. Ray nnd Wllma Arm
strong and Mrs. H. T. Hartley woro
Bond callers Friday.
Charles Qron, aged 70 yearn, por
ter nt tho Coxy hotel, was found
dond In his cabin near tho railroad
tracks early Monday evening by
Jniuos Smith hotpot dark. Heart
fntluro, duo to old ago nnd a rheu
matic ntfoctlon, was given nn tho
cause of death,
a ron 16ft tho hotol shortly after 1
o'clock Bhortly aftor eating dinner,
nnd started for his cabin. Ho was
apparently fooling fairly well, al
though his health had not boon of
tho bost for sovoral wooks past. Ac
cording to his schedule, which ho
had always followed closoly, ho was
duo to return to tho hotol nt 4
o'clock, nnd, when ho fulled to arrive
by 8 o'clock, Mr, Smith sot out in
soarch of htm. Ho found Oron ly
ing on his bed, nud It is bolloved that
tho old man died quietly nnd without
pain whllo resting tram his morn
REINSTATEMENT OF LAPSED
POLICIES IS ADVISED IIY REP
RESENTATIVE OF OLD LINK
IS SOLD FOR $2,000
GRANGE HALL, Juno 21. A
Children's day program was held at
Grange Hall Sunday. The program
took placo at 11 o'clock, with a bas
ket dinner at 12. In the afternoon
the children were treated to Ice
cream. A very enjoyable time was
L.'C. Young butchered a fine hog
last week. It weighed 250 pounds.
Mr. Crowo purchased a 200-acre
ranch in the Alfalfa district. The
consideration is said to be $20,000.
Mr. Crowo and family moved to his
ranch lost week, vacating his ranch,
upon which ho was living, four miles
north of Bend.
Mr. Slaughter Is riding tho ditch
In tho vicinity of Deschutes This
J. Boyer made a clevor potato
planter, using- his cultivator as a
Gladys Dahle entertained her girl
friends at a birthday party May 1..
, Mr. Re-ai of California, who pur
chased the Lampa place, expects to
move his family down soon. At
or at tho MIckol homo Tuesday eve
Homer Cosner, who has been fall'
Ing timbor for tho McKlnloy mill. Is
now falling timbor at the Wall mill.
Mrs. Gloss, who has bcon having
trouble with her eyes, went to Port
land Thursday to see an eye specialist.
Mrs. M. S. Dullard and daughtor.
Miss Ada, spent Friday evening at
the C. M. Phelps home.
Edwin and Leo Mickles visited at
the Wall Mill Saturday.
Reginald Bayloy was a callor at
tho John Bollman homo Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Smith took a load of
spring fryers to Bond Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homor Cosner and
C. M. Phelps were Bend visitors Fri
John McManman. who has been
herding sheep on tho Tumalo, spent
Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mickles, also
Tom arid George Mickles, spent Sun
day with homo folks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spaugh of Roso
burg aro hero visiting with their son,
E. H. Spaugh.
Alva Spaugh and wife and Wllber
Spaugh are visiting at the C. H.
Spaugh homo. Messrs. Alva and
Wllber Spaugh are brothers of C. H.
John Bollman and family were
dlnnnor guests at the C. M. Phelps
Miss Dortha Miantt of Roseborg
Is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. I. E.
Mrs. Tom Brennan called on Mrs.
O. W. Snyder Friday.
I. E. Wimer and family. Miss
Dortha Miantt, C. H. Spaugh and
family, with relatives of C. H.
Spaugh, spent Sunday on the Metol
ius. Mr. Gloss was a caller at tho
Phelps home Thursday.
John Bollman and Tom Brennan
were callers In Tumalo Sunday.
Frank McManman. Bessie, Lenore,
Harvey ana Leonard Snyder were
CLOVERDALE. Juno 23. R. J.
Skolton nnd wlfo woro callers at tho
Smith homo Sunday evening.
B. C. Kline has commonced work
on tho now school building at tho
Four Cornors. J. V. Hradloy Is help
ing him with tho work.
Mrs. Ruby Parborry is still qullo
sick, but wo understand tho fever la
broken and sho Is on the road to re
covery. Mrs. H. Hllloary camo homo from
Bend last week and is gotting along
R. O. Andrus and family attonded
Chautauqua In Bond Mondny.
Misses Juanlta and Alothoa Hod
son spent sovoral days last week with
their grandmthor, Mrs. R. King.
W. F. Arnold and wlfo nnd F. Mc
Kinney of Sisters enjoyed a pleas
ant outing at Elk lako last week.
George nnd .Elmer Andrus motored
out from Bond Saturday evening and
spent Sunday nt tho Andrus homo.
H. K. Kllno and family and J. B.
Hodson and wife were visitors In
Bend Saturday ovonlng. ,
Work has commenced on tho Rcd-
mond-Slstors highway, which at the
present time makes tho road almost
S. R. Kline, who has been suffer
ing for somo from blood poisoning
In his arm, went to Bend Tuesday for
Harold Hllloary had the misfor
tune to loso a valuablo horse last
week. His team ran away, one horse
colliding with a tree, killing It al
Mrs. Frank McDonald of Slstors Is
spending a few days with hor moth
er, Mrs. H. C. Miller.
clouted tho ball frooly, In which no
less that flvo pitchers worked, nnd
with tho errors of tho visiting toam
rathor abundant, Bend won Sun
day from Maupln on tho depot
grounds by a score of 16 to 6. A
good crowd saw tho contest, which
was played In tho first real basoball
weather Bond has onjoyod.
Bond Do Armond, c; Do Lash
mutt, 2b; Ilyberg, 3b; Clifford, cf;
Foley, p; Dickons, lb; Duckmastor,
p; Slato and Duckmastor, If; Hnll,
ss; Springer, rf.
Maupln Confer, 3b; Mlllor and
Glen Morris, lb; Chastaln, rf; A.
Morris, 2b; Ronnlck, c; Glon Morris,
Bonnoy and Mlllor, p; Bonnoy and
Glon Morris, as; Georgo Morris, If;
8coro R. H.
Bond .......15 16
Maupln .......................... 6 10
UmnJres-Wilson and Harvey.
Tha llbornl featured of war risk
Insurnnco, tho advisability of roln-
fttntoinont whom policies havo boon
nllowod to Inpso, and tho possibili
ties of conversion from , tho torni
form of policy Issued during tho war
woro explnluod Thursday to mom
bors of Percy A, Slovens post, Amer
ican legion, by Anhloy Forrest, Bond
representative of tho Oregon Llfo.
Mr. Forrest emphasised tho point
that tho tlmo for rolnitntomont will
end on July 1, nnd urgod tho ox-
sorvlco mon to tnko ndvnntago of
tho government's offor before It is
What tho Rod Cross Is doing to aid
formor soldiers, Bailors nnd marines
in (obtaining vocational training, dis
ability pay nnd Insurance was told
by Mrs. V, A. Forbes, secretary of
tho homo sorvlco section of tho Bond
chnptor. She declared that, In spite
of tho rod tnpo which must somo
times bo savored, ovory man who
has anything coming from tho gov
ernment can usually get It. She
offered tho assistance of tha Red
Cross at all times.
Frank R. Prlnco, flnnuco offlcor
of tho post, reported on his trip to
Portland last wook, where ho attend
ed a conforonco of post representa
tives on tho questions of vocational
training, rehabilitation, Insurauco
uud klndrod subjects.
BUILDING OF CABIN
Elk Lako Picked ns Ideal Uwub
liKirtern For Member of De
part Tueiit on Vaeatloii Trip.
Work was atnrlod on tho log onbln
to bo built nt Elk lalio by thu Bond,
volunteer flro department on Hun-
day, whon 10 tmimbors of tho de
partment fullod tho trees nnd pooled
n sufficient number of logs to com
plete tho structure.
Elk laleo was chnsnu bv H... .i.
imrtmoiit for the locntlon of Its lodgo
on account of Its wonderful sporting
possibilities. Tho bost of fishing nil
during tho ontlro season, wildfowl, 4.
doer nnd boor hunting nro all In onsy
roach of n cabin on tho shores of
this lako. Central Oregon Is widely
known to possess somo of tho most
beautiful scenery that naturo has ,
placed In America, nnd Elk lako Is
considered among Ita most beautiful
spots. Throo nuow-cnppod moun
tains onclrclo n body of water a inllo
and a hnlf-jicrosn. clour an crtil.
nud, from a dlstnuco, n beautiful
green, Just n shndo lighter than tho
heavy follngo that surrounds It. It
In tho Intention of tho mumborn of
tho dopartmout to return to tho lako
next Sunday and complete tho cabin.
FOR -LEAVING FIRE
Portland .lien Apprehended After
Quitting Elk Iko Cnnip Super
visor Condemn Cureleimietti,
GO TO PARK FUND
Tho city park fund wan onrlchcd
to tho extend of 2 today whon Cnrl
A. Johnson deposited tho amount
with Tho Bulletin to bo turned over
for park'lmprovomont purposes. His
success In picking wlnuors at tho
Oregon primaries was responsible for
tho sum, ho explained.
ERNEST DICK WEDS
DAIRYMAN IS FINED
FOR WATERING MILK
SHORTAGE OF GAS
li&y'' J fe5sfel55W
Saving Money on $6.50 a Wk
No matter how small your income, It Is' possible to save
a regular, definite sum. Tho first dollar out of the weekly
pay envelope is the easiest one to save. If you can't save
that dollar you can't save any, dollar.
Tho owner of a chain of retail stores reaching from
coast to coast started on a salary of $8.50 a week.' Ho
demonstrated that he was destined for success by saving
a doHnlte part of that $8.50 each and every week.
You can do tho same; you can savo If you make the
same decision he did.
Mako pay day your banking day.
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
TERREBONNE, Juno 22. Owing
to the shortago of gas, several of tho
Terrebonne Rebekahs and I. O. O. F.
members were unable to attend the
picnic they bad plannod.
Mrs. and Mrs. C. O. Cornelius and
B. M. Goyette went to Portland Sun
day morning to attend the Shrine
The Filipinos working hero gave a
5 o'clock chicken dinner last Sun
day for thorl friends at Terrebonne.
One carload a day of silica was
shipped from here last week.
A carload of potatoes was shipped
to Portland from Terrebonne last
Mrs. A. B. Lamb of Berkeloy, Cal
Is here visiting her daughtor Mrs,
George Wbitels. '
Mr. Halloway's mother returned to
her home in California Last Satur
day. A, E. Dyer returned to Terrebonne
after a short stay at La Grande.
Tom Merchant Pleads Guilty to
Charge of Inspector Bused on
Frlonds in Bond learned Monday
of tho marrlago of Miss Grace Cane,
formorly a toachor in tho city
schools, to Kruost Dick, for years
a rosldont of Bond. Tho woddlng
was hold In Valo a weok ago, tho
news bolng given out on the roturn
of Mr. and Mrs. Dick to Bend Sat
Arrested on Juno 10 by William
Sproat of tho forest sorvlco, 13. 8.
and It. W. Kotchum nnd J. II, nnd
F. K. Mountain, all of Portland, con
tinued on tholr way after leaving bo
hind them a check for $26, tho prlco
of leaving n cnmpflro burning at Elk
The flro was found by Supervisor
N, G, Jncobion, who Immodlntoly
hurried to tho phono station at Lava
lako and called up tha Bond oftlco,
with tho result that tho campers
A ..lotormlnod campaign will bo
mado from now on to onforco tho law
against leaving flros unextinguished,
Mr. Jncobson doclaros. Tha fact
that tho foroit flro season Is Just
beginning, ho points out, rondors It
Imperative that tho sorvlco havo tha
unqualified cooporatlon of all those
coming within the forest boundaries.
WILLIAM ROSS TO
FACE GRAND JURY
Tom Merchant, dairyman, pleaded
guilty in Justice court on Tuesday
to tho chargo of watering milk and
paid a flno of $25, with costs, Im
posed by Judgo J. A. Eastes. Mer
chant maintained that he had not
sold water In tho gulso of milk, but
stated that pleading guilty was tho
quickest way to end tho trouble.
Tho enso camo into court as tho
result of the activities of W. D.
Duncan and F. M. Phillips, dairy and
food Inspectors, who havo been at
work in and near Bend for several
days past. Of 25 samples of milk
and dairy products taken for analysis
in Bend and on nearby dairy farms,
24 wore passed by the state chemist,
but tho report on Merchant's milk
Included tho comment, "Badly wa
Charged with assault and battery,
J. D. McClellen was arrested on the
complaint of N. A, Potorson Saturday
and will bo given his hearing at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning in Justlco
court. McClollen Is nllogod to havo
h(t Potorson ovor tho head with a
Charged with Issuing fraudulent
checks, William Ross was hold to
tho grand Jury under $1000 bonds t
yosterday by Justlco of tho I'oaco J.
A, Eattos, Tho chief count against
him nllogcs tho giving of a $600
chock to Mrs. Kstbor Morrison In
payment for an auto.
Lizard's Eyslld Transparent.
There Is n llxurd living In the Trans
cnsplnn desert that has tho lower eye
lid fused with tho upper; It is trans
parent, nnd like n window, lots In
light, but excludes sand.
Aro NOT Junk,
Ship your Hides
and Calfskins to tho
H, P. NORTON
and get full value
for then. Prlco
list and shipping
tags on request.
BARNYARD HENS SIT
ON PHEASANT EGGS
Appeal Made la Bulletin For Foster
Mothers For Unborn Chicks,
Brlags Quick IUsalts.
As tho result of an appeal mad
recently through tho columns of The
Bulletin, D. H. Peoples, who has
beon caring for n shipment of Chi
nose pheasants sent tho Bend Rod &
Gun club by tho state gamo commis
sion this spring, now has throo hons
industriously working to hatch four
dozen eggs laid ,by the wildfowl
while in captivity. Sportsmen who
owned setting hons saw In The Bul
letin Mr. Peoples' roquest for foster
mothers for unborn pheasant chicks
and removed the hens from their own
eggs to cover those with which the
pheasants refused to be bothered.
In another day or two Mr. Peoples
will turn tho pheasants .loose In the
Holds near Bend, whore, In a nat
ural environment, they will nest In
their own way, be believe,
Those swimmers who dare the
unusual In water sports who
astonish you with their facility
are generally the ones who wear
i the famous
Because of the elasticity of the
Jantzen stitch, these suits fit the
body easily, naturally, comfort
ably. They do not alfow water
to be held between the body and
the suit they make swimming
Men, .women and children, there's
a "Jantzen" in your size and just
the color you want at the good
shops of your" city,
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JANTZEN KNITTING MIIU.
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