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I1END BUIiliKTlN, nEND, OltKGON, THUIUTOAY, AUGUST 0, 1020,
What's Doing In The Country
HAY HARVEST IS ON I " nUond ,n8t WGok nt lh0 KoU
AT POWELL BUTTE cinud Luml had tlio misfortune
to lot his team run nwny Inst wook,
sutfcrliiR slight Injury to hla nuklo
when n wheel passed over It.
11. O. Andrus wns n cnller nt W.
P. Slmcrs In Hond Inst Tuesday.
Mr. Slmcrs line sold his property
In Ucnd and hns planned nn extend
ed visit cast. Ho expected to travel
by auto, stopping ott at Senttlo and
other points to visit relatives before
proceeding to Colorado and Nebraska
Mr. McDonald has enjoyed n visit
from his sister, who spent sovernl
days with him hero whilo on a motor
trip through tho country.
Mr. Hllleary hns purchased a milk
ing roachlno and thinks it a great la
bor saver. Mr. Hllleary Is milking a
largo number of cows and expects to
run his separator with n gasoline en
gine, which ho has already ordered.
Tho many friend of Mrs. Frnnk
Kelloy woro deeply grieved to hear
of her sudden death In Ucnd last
Friday. Mrs. Kelloy wns u resident
of this community for several years
nnd while here mndo a host of
friends, who extend their deepest
sympathy to tho bereaved ones.
Mrs. B. C. Kline. Mrs. II. C. Mll
lor, Miss Mnblo Kline. Sam Kline nnd
Mrs. R. O. Andrus attended tho tu-
nernl of Mrs. Kelley in Bond Mon
Vera Bradley is helping Mr. Hll
leary with his work for n few days.
Miss Alllo Smith nnd Miss Fay
Miller nro helping Mrs. Skcltou
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Kllno nnd Mr.
and Mrs. K. O. Andrus woro callers
at tho home of Mr. Kelley In Bond
Iter. Schuabcl preached a very In
teresting sermon Sunday nt 3 p. m.
There will bo Sunday school at 11
n. in., Sunday, August 8.
Misses Alethca and Juanltn Hod
son spent Sunday afternoon with
J. U. Hodson and II. R. Kllno wero
POWELL BUTTE. August 3.
Many of thd ranchers nro through
nuttlnc un their first cutting of al
falfa. Others aro Just beginning
stacking. By another week or ton
days nt most, tho first cutting will
all bo cared for In good shape.
"Bill" Spencer of Alfalfa, has
bought tho header formerly run by
Henry Edwards, nnd nftcr repairing
tho snmo will head grain in nnd
about this section of .tho country.
Thero nro good crops on tho dry land
whero beforo tho rain it looked as
thoueh there would bo nono at nil.
Mr.and Mrs. Ross Bussett, Miss
Fay Bussett nnd Phil Dobson have
returned from an auto trip through
Mrs. Ila M. Foster of Salom, n
trained nurse from tho Good Samnrl
tan hospital, Portland, who ts visit
ing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M
Charlton, for tho summer, wns
called to Bend on a surgery caso for
Dr. Lcsslng last week.
Powell Butte friends of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frnnk Kelley of Bend, woro
grieved to hear of Mrs, Kelly's death.
Tho Kellys were former residents of
Powell Butto nnd have many friends
horo that extend sympathy to tho
Mr.and Mrs. E. H. Stewart and
Mrs. Gladys Stout wero Redmond
Mrs. Gladys Stout has taken n po
sition at tho O'Callahan ranch ns
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Wurzwcller
have been recent guests at tho Ar
thur "Wurzweller ranch.
Hans Jacobsen has bought an au
tomobile. Horcabter tho Jacobsen
family will Join tho Powell Butto
A Delco lighting system hns been
installed at the Wurzweller ranch,
Tho hnndsome new homo of J. A.
Rlggs is ready for plasterers. Mr.
Rlggs will also have it wired and
fixed for electric lights nnd a water
system which ho will Install this
Mrs. Bruco Llndqulst has returned
from Portland where sho was cnled
by the illness and death of her bro
ther. Mr. Oakcs.
Grandma Spray visited with Mrs.
Martha Foster last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnko Crlteser, of
Redmond, camo out last Friday for
a visit with Mr. Crlteser's sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Mustard aro
preparing to go on a camping trip
to Elk lake. They will be gone
about two weeks.
Mr.and Mrs. Thurman Moffltt wero
employed on tho Meyer Brothers
ranch during the busy season.
Uncle Jack Perry Is recovering
nicely from his fall from a load of
hay while employed at the Hans
Jncobson ranch. He had a narrow
pr en DO.
Harold Davis of Prlnevllle, class
of 1920, Crook county high school,
has been haying in the Powell Butto
cectlon. Harold plans to attend
Berkeley this fall.
business visitors In Slaters Thursday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Mlllor nnd II,
Kllgoro and family expect to lenva
tho last of tho weok to pick black
berries In tho mountains.
Quito n crowd attended tho water
mooting In tho school houno Thurs
day ovenlng to moot Mr. Cupper nnd
Mrs, R. 0. Andrus ontortnlnou tho
young girls of tho neighborhood Frl
day nttornoon in honor of Miss
Louise's birthday. Tho afternoon
was spont In playing gnmes. Intor
sporsed with music, after which re
freshments woro served.
WILL TAKE CHARGE
To net ns manager of tho local air
craft corporation until it ts on Its
feet and n local mnnngcr can be se
lected, Georgo E. Lovo bus arrived
on Monday from Portland. Mr. Lovo
oreauliod tho first commercial air
craft corporation In Portland and hns
Just finished establishing n trans
continental air line.
Tho company's first plane Is ex
pected In early noxt weok from a
shipment now coming west by
freight. Mr. Lovo nnd officers of
tho compnny will probably moot tho
shipment nt La Grando nnd fly In it
with 00 degrees on ouch of those
days. Thoro woro no frosts, but
nights woro pleasantly cool, tho
minimum varying from nil degrees
on tho 12th and 22ml, to G3 degrees,
tho lattor mark coming on tho 20th.
The greatest dally rnngo of tomper
aturo was 5G degrees on tho 27lh,
nnd tho least dally rnngo 13 degrees
on thu 123th,
Tho month ropresonted tho host
growing season that Central Oregon
has seen since 1910,
BEND MASONS ATTEND
MEETING IN REDMOND
JULY BEST GROWING
SEASON SINCE 1916
Although Bond had .4 of an Inch
rainfall during tho month of July,
according to tho report of tho coop
erative meteorological observer s
record, 21 days of tho month wero
bright nnd sunshiny, with six partly
cloudy, nnd four cloudy. Tho chief
precipitation wns on July 13 and 20.
Tho hottest weather of tho year
wns recorded on July 27 nnd 28,
Half a hundred members of the
Masonic fraternity of Bond motored
to Redmond last night to tnko part
In degreo work put on by tho Red
mond lodgo. Tho third degreo wns
given. Among tho now Master Mas
sons Is Douglas Mullarky. editor of
tho Redmond Spokesman.
"I'M A WEEL AND
YViih All Run Down nnd Had No At
petite ItoMoml to Health
nppntltn Mint often 1 would go to tho
tnblo and got up and leave without
outing morn than two or three bites,
I lost weight, my complexion turned
yellow and I hecunio ho weak that
my housework was n burden, Be
sides thesu troubles, I was going
through a period that taxes u wom
an's strength almost beyond tiidur
aneo. "Ah I said beforo, my hiinlmud hud
taken Tanlac with such wonderful
results that I denldud to try It, nnd,
right from tho first fow doses, I ho
gau to Improve. My appetite re
turned and now I mil enjoying my
meals bociiuno ovurythlng njcraen with
mo. Tho pains in my iiiuhoIoh nnd
buck have all dlsuppourod ami I can
do my housework without any
trouble at all. My complexion luoi
eloured up; 1' nut gaining In weight
every day nnd I um enjoying perfect
health, My husband prulneii Tanlau
nil tho time nnd, hIiico It htm dono
so much for mo, I feel It my duly
lo tell otlierii about this wonderful
Tanlao Is sold In Bend by the Owl
Drug Co,, In Sinters by Ooorgo K
Altken, and In Bend by tho Ilorton
.f " it AtW
i it . ii I
"Tnnlnc did so much for my hus
band that 1 began taking It, too, nnd
now I am huppy to say that It has
completely restored mo to health
also," was tho statement mndo re
cently by Mrs. Florence M. Gates
i of C39 Hast Avcnuo 00, Los Angeles,
"My health had boon oxtromoly
poor for nearly a year," sho snld,
"and I felt so tired and worn out all
tho time that I went about, expect
ing to glvo out Just any day. My
muscles ached nnd I had n constant
pain In my back. I had such n poor
THE FIRST STEP TOWARD A HOME OF
YOUR OWN IS A BANK ACCOUNT
3 To cutch tho modest nickel, men combine nnd 8s
E build street railways, slot machines, pack candy, W,
$ sell cigars and bottle drinks nickel size. To &
get- your iuckui, tume or donar a thousand de
vices are waiting, fl If money burns a hole in
your pocket, put it in a fireproof vault here to
earn asbestos interest at 4 per cent, for you.
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
fcSSL- f. Tflt-'liL,
NEWS FROM PLEASANT
ni.tTARA'CT TlinfJE. Auir. 4. Ted
Goodwin and Paul Goodwin went to
Redmond Friday morning. Tea
went to Prlnevllle and Paul took tho
train for Kalama, Wash. The Good
win brothers have been working dur
ing haying at tho Anderson ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. OIo Hanson .nnd
baby and Hans Hanson of Deschutes
were visitors in this neighborhood
Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns and baby
visited Miss Joyce Wood Thursday.
Alfred Mlkkelsen went to Red
mond Thursday after some repairs
for the hay rake.
The following persons from this
neighborhood attended the funeral
of R. L. Thurston in Bend Thursday
afternoon: Rev. E. B. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Anderson, Mrs. H.
T. Mlkkelsen, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A.
Brandenburg and Mr. Renno.
Anton Ahlstrom and Marlon Van
Matre went to Redmond Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended theater In Bend Saturday
Mr. Renno went to Bend Saturday
night, remaining over Sunday with
Rasmus Peterson Is having his hay
baled out of the field.
Dean Van Matre helped Anton Ahl
strom with his hay Friday and Sat
urday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns and
baby and Glen Roberts were Red
mond visitors Saturday evening,
Waldomar Peterson is helping II.
T. Mlkkelsen and Alfred Pedersen
put up their hay.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Mlkkelsen and
son, Alfred, woro callers at tho Han
son home near Deschutes Sunday
Mrs. W. B. Hutchlns and baby and
brothor, Glen Roberts, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ribhoff of Red
mond on a fishing trip to Steolhead
DEATH OF MRS. KELLY
CLOVERDALE, Aug. 3, Mr. and
Mrs. Campboll and young son of
Sunnyslde,, Wash., aro spending n
fow weeks hero with Mrs. Campbell's
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Lund has returned from her
visit to Montana.
Mrs. Frank Burling received the
ead nowc last week of tho death of
Iier father In Michigan.
Mrs. R. J. Skolton spent several
J. A. EASTES,
II. W. GANT,
VICE PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER
Announcing the Incorporation of
M. E. EASTES,
Eastern Cascade Land Co.
REALTY DEALERS IN
BEND CITY PROPERTY
CENTRAL OREGON FARM LANDS
Offices With J. A. Eastes, First National Bank Building, Bend, Oregon
H. W. GANT, Gen'I. Mgr. i
Is to deal only in Bend city property and Central Oregon
farm lands of merit and to accept listing on no others; to
treat fairly with all our patrons in every transaction; to lend
our experience, as experts in property values, to affect sales to
the mutual satisfaction of buyer and seller, and to devote our
efforts to the substantial upbuilding of Bend. Wc class our
selves as experts of city property and farm land values in Bend
and vicinity, having dealt extensively in them for several years.
River Terrace Manzanita Aubrey Heights
River Terrace, situated immediately on the Manzanita, the future beautiful home site
West side of the Deschutes River, has of Bend. Although untapped by streets
irrnwn in n ffiW short VCarS to be One of,l nn.'mm-nvnrl MANy.AWTTA ia rnrffiin
Bend's choicest residence sections, bcauti-to bccomc thc most beautiful addition to
ful homes, ideally located for the business B fa Manzanita for thc futurc
man. Streets are being improved and side- '
walks installed. Many choice lots remain from $25.00 to $65.00. Can be pur
in this addition. Priced upwards from $275. chased on ridiculously easy terms.
Aubrey Heights thc next popular home
addition to Bend, immediately adjoining
thc rapidly growing River Terrace Addi
tion. Beautiful view. Short distance
from the business district of thc city.
Lots $75.00 to $1.75.00, small payment down
and easy monthly payments.
We shall accept your listings, assuring you of our honest endeavor to bring you prospects and to deal with you
fairly and squarely. A listing with us means that we work for you.