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MBN BUXiLMTIN, BIND, ORKttON, THURSDAY, JU1A 1, 1020.
Farm Tractor Haujs Dobin in Capital Demonstration
COULD NOT WALK,
UP THE STAIRS
What's Doing In The Country
elected clork nnd Perry and Pollott
were elected ns directors.
Mr. nml Mrs. sA. A. Foss and throo
children of Athena nro hero visiting
lit the J. A. Foss homo.
POWELL BUTTE MAY
- HAVE NEW CHURCH
POWELL BUTTE, Juno 2D. At
tho recent school election In Powell
Butte, (Vicinity tho following wero
elected In No, 17: Frank Klssler,
director: E. It. Agoo, clork. In No.
16: George Uockmnn, director;
Mrs. E. A. Bussctt, clerk
"Services 'wero held at Community
hall Sundny with Rov. Pemberton,
district superintendent, in attend
ance. Two tlno sermon!) were en
Joyed by thoso prosent. Somo dls
cusslon relative to building a church
was hold during the lunch hour, as
tho church nt Powell Butto will build
In the near future
Mrs. Uei Powell of Prlnevillo wns
a recent guest nt the homo of her
mother, Mrs. Georgo Truesditlc.
"Undo Ben" Brown of Kent Is n
guest nt the homo of his niece Mrs.
E. A. Bussett.
"Grandma" Bussett Is nt home
again at tho Bussctt ranch after a
long stay In Redmond, whero she
was undergoing medical treatment.
Mrs. Jennie Curtis Is at tho George
Hobbs ranch to stay ns cook through
the busy season.
Mrs. Nancy Long was shopping in
Mrs. E. It. Stewart and slster-in
law, Mrs. Gladys Stout, were visitors
In Prlnevillo last Saturday
Ruth Shearer is visiting at the Bus-
sett and Beckman homes for a while,
Mrs. Arthur Wurzweller wns host
ess to the Sorosts club Wednesday.
Dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess, Mrs. Gladys Stout, Mrs.
Josephine Moore and Miss Cecelia
Manceau assisting. Special guests of
the club were Mrs. Green Beard and
Mrs. Price of California, mother of
Mrs. Rudolps Wellport. The next
meeting of tho club will be with Mrs.
Yates, one month later.
Mrs. Eva Dpak and daughter were
guests at the 'Bert Reynolds home a
few days last week. Mrs. Doak is
Mrs. Reynolds' mother.
Mrs. Ila M. Foster and infant son,
Oran Charlton Foster, arrived last
week from their home in Salem to
make an extended visit with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Charlton
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussett and
daughter, Margaret, and Miss Fay
Bussett and Phil Dobson have gone
for a month's motor trip through
Miss Georgle Chambers of Hood
River is a guest at the E. A. Bus
Mr. and Mrs. Green Beard have a
new Ford car with all the latest im
prtvements. Charles Charlton, Jr., Edgar Pet
erson, Earl Tweet. Herman Llnd
qulst aad Mr. and Mrs. Brnce Llnd
qulst were fishing on Crooked river
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chapman and
children were guests at the Frank
Klssler homo last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Johnson of Prlnevllle
visited with Mro. Ila Mk. Foster at
the Charlton ranch last week.
Mrs. Peterman and son, also Mrs.
Morgan and two small children,
mother, brother and sister of Mrs,
"Jack" O'Callahan, were guests at
the O'Callahan ranch Sunday. They
returned to Bend in tho evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex O Callahan of
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE, Juno 29. -Tho
following Indies from this neigh
borhood attended tho birthday party
given by Mrs. George Ilolton at her
home near Deschutes Wednesday af
ternoon: .Airs. It. T. .MlkKelsun, Mrs,
A. M Petty, Miss Martha Sum, Mrs.
O. E. Andersen, Mrs. Ed Swnlley,
Mrs. .Jones, Mrs. E. B. Johnson and
Mis Hnscl Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cabeou spont
several dnys this week on their
Mrs. Joo Burchtold of tho high
way camp visited with Mrs. O. E.
Anderson and Miss Hllma Nelson on
A dauco was given by Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Ilambllu nt their homo near
Tumnlo Saturday night. Those at
tending from this neighborhood in
cluded: Mr and Mrs. O. E. Ander
son, Watt, Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Swallcy, Edith and Lois Swnlley and
Mrs. Jones. A good time wascn
Joyed by nil.
Mr. Wagner made a business trip
to Redmond on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E.' Anderson wero
Bond visitors Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. T. Mlkkclsen nnd son, Al
fred, wero callers at the-' Hanson
home, near Deschutes, on Friday af
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson wero
in Redmond Friday morning on busi
ness. Enrl Wood nnd sister were callors
at tho Hutchlns home Sunday.
Dr. A. M. Potty of Portlnnd ar
rived "Wednesday morning to spend
a month's vacation at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Holton nnd
baby of Deschutes called at the Ras
mus Peterson homo Sunday.
J. W. Peterson made n business
trip to Bend on Saturday.
.W. P. Gift of Deschutes was work
ing for O. E. Anderson tho last of
Mr. nnd Mrs, W. B. Hutchlns and
baby nnd "Blon Roberts were Red
mond visitors Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson nnd Miss
Martha Sum were shopping In Bend
Alfred Pcdcrsen. accompanied by
his son, Oswald, and Alfred Mikkel
sen, was In Redmond on Wednes
day. Antone Ahlstrom and Miss Hilma
Nelson were Bend visitors Wednesday.
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Famous PennaylvanUTUv In Washlncton. D. C wns treated to a atlll airrnmnt ),, nvmiii
trfeea farm tractor manufacturers went to the national capital for a unique demonstration. That of
Dobbin had sot outlived his usefulness ahowtng how tho gasollno ago was making It "pretty easy for
him" was a part of the Idoa Impressed as tho little "Iron bono" pulled tho toad up and down tho fa
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CLOVERDALE TO GET
od tho choeso demonstration nt P.
Van Tassel's Thursday afternoon.
II. P. Audrus 6f Mndras, who wns
visiting his brother of this section
tho first of tho week, reports crop
conditions in Jefferson county as fa
vorable. W. Y. Owen went to bond Satur
day on business.
Miss, Renn Kelloy of- Bond Is
spending her vacation at tho Skeltou
Lloyd Broughcr nnd wlfo of Al
bany, Ore., enmo across tho moun
tains vln tho Santlnm road, arriving
at tho H. C. Miller home Saturday
evening. They report very llttlo
snow nnd good roads. They will
spend somo tlmo here, visiting rela
tives. Mrs. Broughor wub formerly
Miss Viola Miller.
B. C. Kline and wito and S R.
Klino wero Redmond visitors Sun
Miss Esther Cyrus has boon qnlto
sick wtlh whooping cough.
C. Hcnly nnd wtfe of Culver spent
Sundny hcrew 1th relativos.
Y. Arnold nnd wlfo and W. F. Ar
nold and family nnd guests, Mr and
Mrs. Healy. picnicked - nt tho lakes
J. Black was a business visitor In
J. L. Parborry was a Plalnvlow
THEY CAN SAVE TOUR GRAIN FROM SMUT
CLOVERDALE. June 30. Sun
day school met nt 11 a. m. Afjer the
usuni services tne superintenaent,
Mrs. H. C. Miller, cordially Invited
all present to meet at her home at
3 p. m. to practice singing.
We -havo been Informed that
church services have been rear
ranged and Cloverdale will be served
Paisley visited the company's ranch by tho pastor from Redmond every
hore at Powell Butte last week. Sundny, Instead of alternating with
Two fine horses were lost at tho Plalnview. which latter place will bo
O'Callahan ranch recently, death re- served by the pastor from Tumnlo
blood poisoning after
Rev. Schnabel of Redmond will
preach at 3 p. m. Sunday. July 4;
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
At tho annual school election, held
at the school house June 21, H. K.
Kllgore was elected as director for
three years and F. J. Burling, cllerk.
Mrs. R. Doty has gone to tho hos
pital in Redmond for medical treat'
TERREBONNE, June 29. D. W. ment.
Barnett of Madras was a visitor atl J. B. Hodson and wife and H. K.
the J. M. Perry home last Thursday. Kline and wife were among those
The new manager of tho Diatomite. who saw the play in Bend. "Tho
mines arrived here Wednesday. Heart of tho Hills," last week.
Miss Margaret Rodeslde returned Robert Burling was in Redmond
to Terrebonne aft'er attending the Saturday evening on business,
normal school at Albany for fhe past I Quite a number of Cloverdale peo
year. . pie attended the dance In Sisters
Mrs. George Graves returned from Saturday evening.
Portland last Saturday. Mrs. H. B. Ward of Tumalo was
The annual school election was calling on old friends here and In
held last Monday. Mr. Dorn was Plalnview Friday. She also attend-
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The International Correspondence
School! of Scranton, Pcnnolvanla.
celebrated their twenty.sevetith anni
versary In October, 1918. with an en
rollment of over 2,000,000 ttuJcnU.
Thousand of the students have fig
ured In dollar and eenUthe actual
ralue to them of the (pare moment
devoted to the (tudr of LOS. techni
cal Course nd other aubject ranging
from Adrertitlnir and Saletmaiuhlp to
Agriculture and l'oultrr iluebandrjr.
fll.W an hear ha been
figured bx many of thete
todenta to be a ronterrallta
eatloid to thm of the rata
f the pre nrarnli pent
la tadr f I.O). Cenrae.
Report on 27,000 trplcal atuaenU
thoer 11,999 now receiving 11.S0O a
year or morel 2, IS I receiving' 11.100
or more: 411 receiving 15,000 or
mores 20 receiving 110,000 or more;
and 8 with annual Income of 115,000
In tho twcnty-Mven rear! of Its
exUtenca tho l.CS. has enrolled six
time as manr students a Harvard
In the two hundred and seventy-eight
Tear alnce its organisation ; mora
than ten times the total enrollment
of Vale slpca Its doors swung; open
In 1701 1 more thsn five times the
total enrollment of aU of the college,
universltlea and technical school In
the United States combined.
A letter or a post esrrd will bring
complete Information regarding the
subject In which you are Intereited.
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"I liiul riiouiuatlfiiii ho bad that llfo
wan nlmply nilHunililo for mo, but
Tuiiliio Iihh nutlroly. ovorcomo my
trouhlo," Hiild Mi-h,' Mnrthii Anlmdh
of -' a U V6 Uiiiiiiu street, Loa Angolut),
"For tho piist Mix ytutrH I wnn In
Much a wrutclitiil condition I can
hardly undurstiind huw I hold nut un
long nil I did," she continued. "I
hud rliouniutlo pains In my knucs ho
Imd that It wan IiiiponkIIiIo for mo to
Htop up or down tho HtalrH, and my
IiiiiiiIm 'voro no hwoIIoii and stiff It
was nil I could do to hold tho broom
or dishes. At night I simply ached
all over so bud I could not Hloop'nud,
In fnot I suffered all the tlmo, night
and day, I becamu very nervous
it ud worried so much over my condi
tion that I bocnuio very dospoiidont.
"I tried all tho medicines I could
hear of, but none of them did mo
any good' until I got Tnnlne. I was
overjoyed to find that It moro Hum
met my expectations, All rilgim of
tun nii'iinuitiHiu mtve ion lint mid I
am bnck doing my housework for
tho first tlmo In suveral years. My
nerves nro iih Mtundy as they can be,
and I nleep all night long and never
wake up till morning. I hnvtm't felt
no flue In years and It certainly ia a
pleasure for mo to tell everybody
Tauliic Is Hold In Bond by tho Owl
Drug Co., In distant by (loorgo P.
Altkdii. and In Bond by tho Morton
r The Department of Agriculture at Its experimental farm at Ar
lington, Va wages an unceasing warfare) against the deadly grain
smuts. It la estimated that smuta which could be prevented ever7
7ir destroy enough wheat to make four million barrel of flour. Oau
enough to.feed one million horses, and barley and rye equal to four
hundred thousand barrels. This picture shows experts tabulating re
sults la various solls--the Information which all grata growers may
have'by writing to the Agricultural Department at Washington.
Powerful Pile Puller.
Fcntuntl by a cylinder contnlnlns
a piston with a lifting force of olght
tons, hydraulic nppnrntui litis beun
Invented for pulling up piling even
from deep water.
Or, at Least. Try to.
If you wlah for succi-k in llfo make
pejmeveranco your bosom friend; ex
l-erlwice your wise counselor; caution
your elder brother, and hope your
gunrdlnn nngcl. Uxclmnae.
J. A. SMITH BUYS
One of tho big denU of tho yenr In
farm property was announced this
morning In tho purchase by J, A.
Hmtth from J. M. Hayes of tho Ton
bar ranch, 10 miles oast of Bond, at
n consideration of approximately
927,000, Mr. llnyos, who has owned
tho property for thu Inst throo yotxr,
will move to Post, whero ho has a
1000-itcro dry laud much.
Tho Ton-bar ranch Includes 040
acres, for which there Is a tlC-ncro
wator right. Two hundred acres I
already In nlfalfa and It Is Mr.
Smith's intention to put tho rest of
his acreage into the samo forage
crop as early as possible. Ho will
mako a specialty of pure-bred stock
and will bring pedigreed horses, ct
tie, sheep and swlno from his Blalock
ranch for thu new place. Tho Ton
bar property has already (10,000
worth of Improvements, so that llt
tlo or no outlay will bo Involved in
putting tho place In shape.
Tho MllllcHit ranch, which Mr,
Smith has owned for somo tlmo, will
bo used chiefly for range.
Saving Money on $8.,50 a Week
No matter bow small your income, It Is possible to save
a regular, definite sum. Tho first dollar'out of the weekly
pay envelopo Is tho 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 definlto part of that (8,50 each and every week.
You can do the same; you can savo if you make tho
sttmo decision he did,
Mako pay day your banking day.
Electric Lighting ft Krc
Gae Engine Operating
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Mine Foreman or Encr.
Contractor or Ilulldtr
Hunting and Heating
dtenor. and TruM
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