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nKND nUI.IiRTIN, HRNl), ORKQON, THUIWDAY, .1UIY 22, 1020.
What's Doing In The Country
PARTY FOR CHILDREN
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
TLEASANT ItlDGE, July 20.
Mrs. H. H. Johnson entertained tho
children of the neighborhood nt n
party Saturday afternoon In honor
of hor daughter Leota's 14th birth
day. Tho afternoon was spent In
games after which n lunch consl8ting
of lomonndo, sandwiches and cako
was served by tho hoBtess.
P. 11. Boughman started haying
tho mlddlo of tho week.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson wont to Turn
nlo Wednesday evening to do some
Jim Wlnnlnghnm has been doing
some work for A. M, Fotty.
Mr. Peterson, of Auburn, Wash.,
called on his brother, Wnldemnr, Pe
torson, at tho Anderson homo Fri
A. M. Petty went to Portland
Thursday on a short business trip.
He will roturn tho first of tho week.
Mr.and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho show In Bend Saturday
R. H. Bayloy of Tumalo, was as
sisting Antono Ahlstrom with his hay
one day last week.
Mr. Rcnno went to Bend Saturday
night to spend Sunday with his fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Hutchlns and
baby wero Redmond visitors Satur
J, W. Caboen Is out from Redmond
to help put up tho hay on his ranch.
Anton Ahlstrom and Miss Hilma
Kelson wore shopplug in Bend Sat
urday. C. M. Redfleld of Deschutes, was
n caller at tho Alfred Pederson home
Hans Mikkelsen went to Bend
Thursday with a dressed pig which
ho sold to the Denver Market.
Mr. Ronno who Is working for A.
M. Potty, wont to Bend Wednesday
night to attend to some business. He
returned on Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Olo Hanson and
baby, and son Hans, of Deschutes,
wero callers at tho MIkkclson homo
Fred Seeling and brother, Harry,
camo out from Bend Sunday morning
to visit in this neighborhood.
Alfred MIkkclson and Oswold Po
dersen wero in Redmond Saturday.
Mrs. O. E. Andreson, accompanied
by Miss Martha Sum, was shopping
in Bend on Tuesday.
Antono Ahlstrom was a business
visitor In Tumalo Wednesday.
Glen Roberts is working for Earl
Wood during haying.
Mr.and Mrs. A. M. Petty made a
business trip to Redmond Wednes
day. Mr.and Mrs. Alfred Pederson en
tertained tho following guests at n
chicken dinner Sunday: Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Branuoti called
nt tho a. W. Snyder homo Wednes
Ilesslo Snyder spent Sunday and
Monday night with hor sister, Mrs. V,
Mrs. Davo Mlrkels was a caller at
tho Snyder homo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Spaugh and
faumlly. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Spaugh
and Wllbor Spaugh wero guests nt
tho Howell homo Sunday
Tlto8o from this
who wero shopping In Bend Booster
Day wero: C. M. Phelps and family,
Durwnrd Howell, Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Spaugh, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. McMan
mon and Mrs. 0. W. Snyder.
Bcrnlco Hubbard called nt tho
Snyder homo Saturday evening.
R. H. Bayley was working In tho
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iiiutnaiuiiii nui uu uin i until inure
Henry Goss, of Portland and Carl
Marlon, of Tumalo, aro working for
G. W. Snyder during haying.
Ethel Gerking wns a business
caller nt tho Bayloy ranch Thursday.
HONOR IS PAID
MANY FltlKNlW OP OI,H DRAGS
VOW), VICTIM OP HAITHOAY'S
ACCIDENT, CROWD CHURCH
POR SERVICES ON SUNDAY.
L. L. STAFFORD PAYS
$10 FINE FOR ATTACK
DRIVE HORSES OVER
the Mckenzie pass
CLOVERDAL.E. July 1. Dan
Winkle, of Sisters who has been rid
ing and gathering horses around hero
left Thursday via the McKcnrlo Pass
for Etigcno with with a small bunch.
Miss Allio Smith and Miss Pny
Miller wero Sunday evening guests
nt tho Skelton homo.
Miss LaDona Cyrus was n Sisters'
visitor last week.
John Dennis nnd wife, of Sisters,
wero business callers in our com
munity Inst week.
Mrs. Hodson nnd daughters were
guests of Mrs. Harold Kllno Sunday
Miss Anna Doty nnd Prof. Irvino.
of Redmond, wero calling on old
friends hero Inst Thursday.
Mr. Melvin Cyrus, of Culver, spont
several days hero Inst week with his
uncle. G. P. Cyrus.
II. R. Klein delivered a hog to tho
butcher In Bend Saturday.
Mr. Paul Matthews and Mr. Clydo
Fry. of Portland, Oregon, were visi
tors horo Sunday. They expect to
work In the hay fields for a fow
weeks before returning to tho city.
W. F. Arnold, wife and daughter
spent tho week end in the mountains
with Mrs. Aruold's sister and fam
ily. Edmund Healy of Culver, motored
over and spont Sundny and Monday
with his uncle- Mr. Thomas Arnold.
W. T. Harrison and son, Thomas,
and Mr. Burr Black were In Bend
Friends who crowded tho Scandinavian-Lutheran
church to Its ut
most capacity Sunday" afternoon
attended tho funeral of Olo Dracs-
nolghborhood!vol,i( i0MK (l rosldont of Bend, who
was killed Saturday nt the Brooks
Scnnlon mill, when tho descent of
a heavy weight, used In connection
with tho cut-off saw, virtually de
capitated htm. Tho services wore
conducted by Rev. Fredrlk A. T.
Cornellusson, pastor of the church,
and by Rev. II. C. Hartrnnft, of tho
Presbyterian church. More than 30
cars escnrteu tno body to Pilot
Butto cemetery whoro Interment
Mr. Dragsvold was born In Sogn,
Norway, on Decombor 10, 1SB0,
coming from a family of high stand
ing In that country. Tho name, It
Is stntcd by friends, menus "a battle
Held," and refers to tho estate on
which ho wns born. Before coming
to Bond, ho was employed In tho
mines in Butto, Mont.
As far as Is known, his relatives
are nil residents of Norway, but In
his adopted homo thoso who claimed
mm as a friend woro numerous.
Admit Altering Pacini Contours of
William Clemon Court Htupomls
Jail Sentcneo in Davidson Case.
cnicKen araner """" 'VynvE",ui Sunday to attend tho funeral of their
Mrs. II. T. M kkelson. Alfred . MI"M ol(1 frond who WQ8 kllIcd ,n tho ,,
Anton Ahlstrom. Miss Hllms : Nelson lBOj ",, nml wlfo wero ,n
wawuraw riuu uuu .,. """. Bend Saturday evening.
WORKER IS INJURED
AT McKINLEY MILL
PINEHURST, July 20. Red Hop
rcr wa3 a caller at the C. II. Spaugh
William Root was injured at tho
McKlnley mill Friday night. Ho was
taken to the Bend hospital for treat
John Bollman and family called
at tho Jones home Sunday.
Mr.and Mrs. F. L. McManmon and
Bessie Snyder were-callers at tho
Brannen homo Monday.
T. A. Brannen and G. W. Snyder
wero Bend visitors Monday.
Lloyd Root who has been visiting
with his parents at Applegate, Ore.,
for the past several months, re
turned to this neighborhood Satur
day. Carl, Floyd and Sidney Mnrlon
were business callers at tho Snyder
Mr.and Mrs. G. G, Gerking and
Bcrnlco Hubbard were shopping in
C. M. Phelps and family were din
ner guests at the T. A, Brannen
HAYING IS STARTED
ON ALFALFA FARMS
L. I,. Stafford, chnrgod with bnt
'tortng the faco of William Clumqus,
n roomer lit tho O. O, I. Building on
Franklin, pleaded guilty In police
court last woek and paid n flito of
$10. Tuesday ovonlug when tho af
fair took place, ' Stafford had en
deavored to vscuro demons' arrest,
tho police say.
Ed Davidson drew 10 dnys In Jail
when ho pleaded guilty to Htrlktug
his employer, Prank Miller, cement
contractor, us tho sequel to an argu
ment over tliu prupor consistency of
concrete. Tho soutenco was suspend
ed whim It developed that thero woro
no witnesses. Miller denied thnt ho
had maligned Davldsou'H ancestors
preceding tho attack.
Another caso scheduled for hear
ing was that against Pete Peterson
for Interfering with n dog catcher.
Tho official In question, tho com
plaining witness In tho case,
not In tho city, nnd tho hearing was
UNABLE TO WALK
FOR SIX MONTHS
Hair For tho Bald.
A French surgeon of the I'nMrur
Instltvto claims to have discovered n
process by which ho can graft hatr
to the scalp nnd so make the bends of
the Ijnld to bloisom like the Seven
Sutherland Slaters, He drclnre thai
ho has already positively nnd perma
nently cured six bachelors of hnlilncn
through n sllcht curglral operation
which Is p-inless and leaves no III effects.
The Modern Mrs. Malaprop,
A WnchliiKtmi newspaper corre
spondent tells of n Mrs. Mnlnprop who
onco'nmu-ed the capital ur mis.
taken, she went around c poo.
pie to sIkiv n "red robin" (i, . 'Hng n
round robin) ; spoke of her trip
through tho "Valley of Gelh'fiimne"
when she meant the Voscmlle; and
tld, "I've been In the mmintnlns. nml,
do you know, I Jumped from rock to
rock Jimt like a shamrock I" From the
(InliiK Klujiterii Pound nml ('nil
l)(i Own Housework Slum
"For six mouths before I hognii
taking Tnnlna I had rheumatism so
had I wasn't able to walk without
someone helping mo or without
holding onto n chnlr, but now I am
doing my liousownrk for the first
Hum In years and havo gained
olghteen pounds In weight," said
Mrs, Miunlo (Jnrloa, 500 Holmes
Street, Kuttsnn City Mo,
"It was three years ago that I be
gan to suffer with rheumatism. I
got so had off I had to give up my
I housework and finally I became
helpless. My joints wero Htirr nml
swollen nnd pained mo every tlmu I
moved. I hnd pains all over my
body, especially In my bnek, nml
sometimes I was In such ugony I
thought I would go distracted. 1
nlsn suffered badly from constipation
and ntton had severe headaches, and
at times I would get so dltxy I had
to Ho down or sit down to keep from
falling. My stomnch hecamo badly
upset nnd at times what little I did
eat made me ho nnuscatcd I could
not retain It, My heart would palpi-
i t it t it tnrrllilv nml I full un rlitibml nn
Was) ,.,.., (I..I.1 ..,.. ,, i., i i... i ,,,
nun iihii, iiviunn tliu uiivhi , ,11111 it,
gasp for breath, I lost weight until
I wont down to nun hundred and ton
pounds, and finally I got so had off
I couldn't walk without help..
"After I began taking Tnplao
words can't express how happy I was
when tho pains begun to ease up,,
and I felt n calm coming over mo
Hint I had not felt In years, Ily tho
Minn I hnd finished my second bottle
I wns nbln to walk and now I havo
taken up my housework again. The
swelling and stiffness havo left my
Joints nnd I hardly know what It Is
to Iinve evon so much as nn ncho
FELT IN BEND
AMMONIA POIt ItKPIUMKRATINO
PtUtPOHICH HAIIDIiV OBTAIN ,
ABM: HMAWi HUI'I'IjY POUND fc
AND IH NOW ON WAV.
When Svallow Fly Low.
It Is n slim of rnln when swallows
fly low. When the atmosphere gets
surcharged with mnlMurc nil Insects
mnke for shelter nml come to earth.
As the swallow hawks for Insects on
the wing It nnlfrolly tiles Ion- In search
of Its prey-
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT IIEND, IN THE STATE OP OREGON,
AT THE CLOSE OF I IPS IN ESS ON JUNE lit), WM.
Loans and discounts SS71.-I72.20
11 "-"or "u Mri, "r "i Other bonds securities etc.:
making hay last week. It waB tho, ,, ,,,.' ,,. V. ,..
Total loanB 871,41
Foreign bills of exchnngo or drafts sold with
indorsement of this bank, not shown under
Item d abovo (see Item 5Gd)
U. H. Government securities owned:
U. S. Bonds deposited to socuro circulation (par
Pledged to secure postal savings doposlts (par
Pledged as collateral for state or other
deposits or bills payablo - 1 1,300.00
Owned and unpledged 121,450,00
War savlugs certificates and thrift stamps ac
tually owned . a 287.-I7
Total U. S. Government securities
first to bo cut here this season.
Mr. Horsell and Mertschiug nro al
so making hay.
The sound of tho tractor with Its
hay cutting attachment is heard
early and late on the Coovcrt ranch.
J. N. nnd M. L. Crow went to Bend
Tuesday bringing out a new stacker
and buck rakes.
M. L. Crow and his mother and
sister, Evelyn, mndo a trip to tho
High Desert last week, the ladles re
turning In the car, whllo Molvln
brought back a team to use in har
Tho swimming pool at Mr. Jaynes,
is a very popular resort for tho
young people these warm days.
Mrs, Horsell is proving this sum
mer that good gardens can be raised
Bulletin "WAKT ADS" Bring Re
sults Try Them.
Put it In Tho Bulletin.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
The Central Oregon Bank
. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
t ;i-l JUNE 30TH, 1920. . "
Loans and Discounts $453,943,99
Bonds nnd Warrants 75,004.91
Furniture and Fixtures 3,800.00
Cash and Exchange 109,091.00
Other Resources 1,000.00
Total .-. $043,440.50
Capital Stock $ 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 4,235.44
Bills Payablo 20,000.00
Total $043,4 40.50
Bonds (othor than U, S. bonds) plodged to so
curo postal savings deposits ...
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks), owned nnd unpledged 51,737.39
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent, of
Value of banking houso, owned and unincum
Equity In banking houso
Furnlturo and fixtures ...........
Real estate owned other than banking house
Lawful reserve with Federal Reservo Bank
Cash In vault and not amounts duo from national
Net amounts duo from banks, bankers and trust "
companies other than Included in Hums 12,
13 or 14 ,
Exchangos for clearing houso
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 10, and 17.. 250,034.92
Checks on hanks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and othor cash Items
Redemption fund with -U. 8. Treasurer nnd duo
from U. S. Treasurer
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund , ..
Undivided profits $ 44,887.29
Less current expenses, Interest, and taxos paid.. 35,808.67
Circulating notes outstanding "
Net amounts duo to banks, bankers nnd trust
companies in tho Unltod States and for- '
elgn countries (othor than included in .,;
Items 29 or 30) '
Certified checks outstanding ,
Cashlor's checks on own hank outstanding .,
Total of Items 31, 32 and 33 $ 17,'IO.G.IC
Demand DrposltH (other than bank deposits) -Jn
subject to Iteservu (doposlts payable within
Individual deposits subject to chock ,
Stato, county, or other municipal doposlts so- .
cured by plodgo of assets of this bank ..
Total of demand doposlts (othor than bank
doposlts) subject to Rcsorvo, Items
34, 35, 30, 37, 38 and 39 957,310.12
Time Deposits subject to Koervo (payablo nftor r
30 days, or subject to 30 days or moro
notice, nnd postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (othor than for money bor
Stato, county, or other municipal dnposltsHo-
cured by pledge of assets of this bank
Postal savings doposlts
Othor tlmo doposlts
Items 40, 41, 42 and 43 409,572.30
Stato or Orogon, County of Deschutes, ss:
I, L. G. McRoynolds, Cashier of tho abovo-nnmod bank, do Holomnly
swear that tho abovo statement is truo to tho best of my knowledgo
L. G. McREYNOLDB, Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 15th day of July, 1920.
L. M. FOS8, Notary Public.
My commission oxplros Juno 7th, 1924.
E. A. BATHER.
II. G. ELLIS,
C. S. HUDSON, Directors.
A sudden shortage of ammonia
has developed on tho coast and In
tho mlddlo western ntnton, and n
lack of len Is noted In Bend ns n
result. After scouring tho country
In nit endeavor to secure n Hiipplyr
for the local len factory, tho Mend
Water, Light & Power Co. tins hueit
nblo to locate only 200 pounds of
tho rotrlKuratliig material, half be
ing In Seattle, and half in Kr. Louis. 7
Thin Is now on tho way to Bond,
but Is not expected to bo iivnllablo
for Ico muiiiifuoluru here until tho
middle of tho week.
Until that tlmu It will ho iiocom
iwiry to cut Ico deliveries to DO
ARREST IS MADE ON
can oat Just anything I want. My
digestion is perfect and I never
suffer any bad offocts at nil. My-
constipation had been entirely re
lieved nnd I nm freo from headaches
and dizziness. My sleep Is sound
and refreshing nnd I now weigh one
hundred and twenty-eight pounds
anil my health Is belter than It has
been for four years."
Tanlnc Is sold In Bend by tho Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by George F
Altkcn. nnd In Bend by tho llortnn
After Studying the Sparrow,
We spend iimlili-rnlile tlmo cibsorv
Ing tho English pnrrous nnd study
Ing their character nnd have nbout
reached the conclusion thnt, even If
thnt well meaning but inlgulilod Brit
Ish cousin hud had sruse enough not
to bring them over, they would have
sot here somehow unywny. phlo
William MorrlHon, wanted In Seat
tle on a charge of grand larceny,
Wts arrested In Bend yesterday by
Chief of Police Nixon. The delnlls
of the charge urn not given. Mor
rison denies any knowledgo of
circumstances which could havo
prompted tho charge, and declares
that ho will fight extradition. Chief
Nixon wired to Seattle yesterday
after making tho arrest, mid was
advised to hold his prisoner for
Signs of Consumption.
Whnl are tho early symptoms? Thn
patient tuny have neither coiikIi nor
expectoration. Ho feels tired In tho
Afternoon, and wnkrs tired In Hut
innrnlng. Ills appetite Is poor, nnd
he begins to lo Height or to stop
k'mwtrik'. He Is easily vxhnustcdnflcr
exorcise. Anyone who notices tliosn
ytnptoms In hlumrlf should consult n
doctor. In any family, rich or Jwt.
In which one member is known tohnvn
consumption, sll the others should b
examined by specialists.
Sell your poultry through Bulletin
Public Auction !
ONE MILE SOUTH OF FREMONT
Sat, July 24, 1920
commencing at 10:00 a. m.
I will sell to the highest bidder jot
cash all of the personal property of
the H. A. Chapman estate.
About 50 Head of Cattle
Fat Steers, Fresh Cows
and Younger Stock
10 Head Horses and Colts
and many other articles too
numerous to mention
Free Lunch at Noon
J. B. FOX, Administrator