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DRND nUI.l.KTIN, nRND, OREGON, THURSDAY, AU0U8T 10, 1020.
What's Doing In The Country
BY WAY OF PASS
PLEASANT RIDGE, Ahr. 18.
Dr. Alonio Petty returned from Port
land Thursdny omrnlnR.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Austin nnd
pons and William Anderson left for
their homo nt Oakvlllo. Wash., after
visiting flovornl days at tho homo of
their brother, O. E. Anderson. They
returned by way of tho McKonilo
pass and through tho Willamette vnl
loy. Miss Ilaxel Johnson Is helping Mrs.
A. M. Petty for a few weeks.
Fred Seeling of Bond was a caller
nt tho Mlkkolson homo Sunday.
A picnic party consisting of tho
following persons spent tho evening
on tho river near the now bridge:
Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Potty, Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. E. Anderson. Dr. and Mrs. A.
Hay Potty, Dr. and Mrs. F. Potty.
Miss Hazel Johnson, Gordon Dutt and
Mrs. W. D. Hutchins nnd brother,
Glen Roberts, and Mrs. O. E. Ander
son attended tho show In Bond
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ray Tetty and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fern Petty arrived by nuto
from Los Angeles Wodncsdny eve
ning to visit their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Petty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Austin nnd
children, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Ander
son and William Anderson visited
tho Powell Butte Section Monday.
W. J. Shannon left for Seattle Thurs
day evening to visit his sister for a
Mrs. Alfred Pcdersen 1b staying
with Mrs. Cnrl Hanson near Tumalo
for a few days.
Dalles. Miss Trout hns boon visiting
at tho Pulllam ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley entertained
guests and old friends from Hood
Ulvor Thursday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Ilurgcsa of
Redmond spent Sunday with Plain
Edgar Heart and Ashton Mortott
wero qulto sick for sovornl days tho
G. A. W. and Mrs. Paul Scoggln
woro 111 last week. An ojldonilc
hns spread In Plnlnvlow during tho
NEWS NOTES FROM
riNEHURST, Aug. IS. Mr. Wall
was a business caller at tho C. M.
Phelps homo Mondny.
F. V, Swisher was a business call
er In Bond Wednesday.
John Bollmnn. Mrs. C. M. Phelps
and daughter. Rozclla. Mrs. Mary
Garner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil Smith nnd
Mrs. C. H. Spaugh and daughter,
Violet, woro Bond visitors Monday.
Mrs. Robert Smith was n callor
at tho G. W. Snrder home Mondny.
Mrs. F. V. Swisher nnd daughter.
VJoln, woro callers nt tho Pliolps
Mrs. Corking. Besslo Snyder nnd
Bernlco Hubbard wero callers In
Mrs. Robort Smith was a caller In
Mrs. John Bollmnn and children
spent Monday with Mrs. Susan nnd
Miss Susan Bollman.
F. T. McMnnmnn, William Root
M. Pholps wero callers at tno
GAMES, REFRESHMENTS AND
SHADE HAVE PART IN EN
JOYABLE HOLIDAY AT TUM
Mr nnd Mr a o. E Anderson wero McKlnlov mill Sunday.
shopping In Bond Saturday. I Business callers in Bond from this
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. HutchlnB nnd (vicinity Thursday woro: Mrs. A. H.
inii- loft sntiirdnv mnrnlnc for a Iloeu. cnaries .Monigomory, .Mm. v..
two days' camping trip on tho Metol- M. Phelps nnd daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Olo Hanson nnd chil
dren of Deschutes wero callers at tho
Dr. A. Rny Petty of Now York city,
who Is here visiting his father. Dr.
A. M. Petty, preached In tho Baptist
church in Bend Sunday morning.
Mrs. Wagner left for tho valley
to visit relatives for n short time.
ALFALFA IS BURNED
FOR LACK OF WATER
William Root, Wnltor Androws and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Cosnor.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Snydor nnd
Mrs. C. M. Phelps wero callers nt
tho Tom Brnnnon homo Saturday
HEAT DRIVES MANY
TO THE ICE CAVES
ALFALFA. Aug. IS. Hot weath
er prevailed hero last week, making
tho Arnold ico cavo a rnvorno resori
Seeking oscnpo from tho hUiIIuk
heat, -100 Deschutes county people
took advnutngo of tho invitation to
tho general public to attond tho
Moono picnic on Tumnlo Island Sun
day. Plenty of shade, tho cooling
proximity of tho river and an ade
quate supply of Ico cream and cold
drinks helped to mnko thu day on
durable and contributed to tho suc
cess of tho picnic. Dozens of cars
from Bond, ns woll un from nut of
town, in nil o tho island tholr destina
tion and took advantage of tho Mooho
Tho sports of tho nttoruoon woro
woll conducted and enjoyable. The
tug of war bolwoon tho married nnd
single men was won by tho benedicts
In loss than two minutes. Tho ladles'
tug of war was won by tho married
ladies in oven less tlmo.
In tho high jump Horrlgnn was
first and Matchott second. Jncquot
won tho fat tnon's race, Groto taking
second prize. In tho girls' rnco Not
llo Gott of Shnnlko nosed out Porn
Allen of Bend. Horrlgnn won tho
men's rnco, with Cashmnn second.
Toomcy, Dean nnd Barker won
tho prizes in tho Ico crenni eating
contest for boys, whllo tho four girls
who took part In tho girls' contest of
tho saino nnturo, tho Mlsscx Hum
mer, Webb, Jones and Do Dour, woro
all nwarded prizes.
Dofcated In tho tug of war. tho
slnglo mon gained revongo by tak
ing tho volley ball contest nnd a sim
ilar victory was gnlncifby the single
ladles. Tho nnll-drlvlng contest was
won by Edith McMurrny, with Mrs.
Max Modlo second.
Tho committees In charge of tho
picnic wero: Grounds, A. Edwnrdn
and R. E. Sow'nrds; transportation,
34 BLOCKS TO
BE PAVED NOW
PETITIONS SIGNED AGGREOATE
rtU.OOO SQUARE YARDS) COST
TO THE CITY" IS ESTIMATED
Tho paving now bulug contracted
fur by tho city of Bond with tho
Wlllltu Construction Co. totals 3 4
blocks, about 12,000 lineal feet or
62,000 square yards, according to n
very rough estimate mndu by City
Engineer Robort B. Gould, nnd, junt
ns roughly, ho figures tho cost to tho
city at $00,000.
A close estimate Is particularly
hard to make because of tho neces
sity of building curbing, grading
tho streets not now brought to grade,
nnd nlso by thu fnct that tho exact
llinltn of tho streets to bo paved nro
not definitely sot, nor wero tho
widths of nil of tho stroets nt hand
whon tho ostlmnto was made.
A few changes hnvo been made In
tho oxtout of tho downtown pnvlng
sluco tho list was published Tuesday.
Broadway Is to bo pavod from Frank
lin to tho city limits and tho alley
west of Wall streot Is to bo paved
from Groeuwood to Frnnkllu.
Peopla from u number of tho dis
tricts not Included In tho orlglnnl pe
titions, nnd "who will, according to
Mr. Reed's statement nt tho meeting
Monday night, hnvo to pay $2. GO n
yard for their paving, hnvo been
clamoring for a chnnco to get In on
tho deal, and It Is likely that, In
splto of tho greater cost, somo of
theso districts will gut out petitions
Jay Hnltnnan returned this morn
ing from Hnlum, where ho linn Just
been appointed fluid deputy and In-
Hpector for tho motor vehicle divi
sion of tho department of iituto. Ho
will have chnrgo of nil tho territory
oast of thu Cascades, except Klamnth
Ho will havo pollen power ns n
statu officer, but hln work will bo
largely educational, with a vluw to
cutting down tho number of inci
dents. In this ho will got thu co
operation of the local police through
out thu district. Ho will mnko his
head quarters In Bond.
FEELS SHE MUST
TELL ABOUT IT
Portland Woman, EkIn Anything,
HIix-pM Like a Child and (lulus
Ton Pound Taking Tituluc.
HERE FOR LAKE
Four thousand rainbow trout ar
rived In Bend Thursday, shipped
from tho federal butchery at Clacka
mas to thu forest off Ico hero. They
were sent out on tho truck to Lost
lako to bo liberated, Tho shipment
was not au largo ns was expected, as
It wns understood that u full carload
would be sent hero. However, more
may cotno Inter.
FUEL HOUSE FIRES
Clnnrira (itnltnn A Tl Pat ntinnnt t rr.
ni.Aivvipw Ano is Thu cron Manv havo visited that natural cur-'. ... ... .. ..,
of sunflowers In Plalnv ew Is looking loslty recently. Mr. Jnyncs. wife nnd ". niems, ,.. i.aBn, . .., ..,r
?ery promising nt tho present time.) small son; Mrs. Jayncs and daughter Rhodes. Henry Trog. C. L. Cook.
many of th plants being taller than i Frances, mother and sister of Milton
n man's head. Water Is scarce, I Jaynes, who iiro visiting hero from
ho.., nmi triM. thonn hat ilnvs i Portlnnd: Mr. and Mrs. Smock,, f TTY TwilTfl
more water will have to be obtained Archlo Freo and family. Willis Free, I A H 1 II I K Y
or tho results will bo disastrous. Ow- Mario Rlckabaugh, J. N. Crow. , MrH lifi l 111! Ji I1IJ J
fields of alfalfa in Plalnvlew havo ,nud Elder Thurston from Salem: Or
burned up this Bummer. I vlllo and Verna Sholts mado up a
Ray Armstrong was a caller at picnic party Aug. 8. A heavy rain
tho home of Poul Scoggln Sunday, and electric storm drovo many of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Pulllam and picnickers to tho cavo for shelter, A
son, George, left for Colotus. Wash., tree was struck by lightning close to
t. n.oilr Thov tnnlf thnlr hmiRn- Mr. JaVIlCs' Car.
hold goods nnd farm Implements and I Archio Freo who has been suffcr
wlll make their permanent homo on ' ing from blood poisoning, Is Improv
a ranch near Colotus. I Ing but still unable to work.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Anderson. Mr. I All crops are looking flno. Tho
Bnd Mrs. Alex Leverenz nnd H. A. (second crop of alfalfa Is making a
nnd Paul Scoggln wero business call- rapid growth.
ers In Bend Monday. Dean Coovert and wlfo are plan-
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Armstrong nlng a fishing trip for this week,
and Wllma Bennett wero callers at Fred Spencer had a narrow cscapo
tho Hoss home Sunday afternoon. from serious Injury last week, when
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Hartley were a team which ho was driving thrcugh
guest's nt tho Knickerbocker homo a gnto on tho Coovert ranch ran
Sunday. I away, crushing him against the Rito
Jim Pulllnm and Ray Armstrong, post, bruising his arm. A small son
wero In Bend Tuesday evening. of Mr. Larson was in tho wgon.
A brother of Lawrence scliarrcn- dui jumpeu io saiuiy us wiu iuui
HUSBAND AND WIFE
TO CRUISE TIMBER
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Furst of
Portlnnd arrived in Bend this morn
ing to crulso govornmont tlmbor In
tho vicinity of Swamp Wells, along
tho boundaries of tho Brooks-Scan-Ion
holdings. Mrs. Furst will assist
In tho cruising, It wns learned nt tho
forost offlco this morning, Thoy
will bo associated with Gcorga
Bright, tho forest servlco mnn who
is now cruising in thin tlmbor.
Flro which stnrtod from nu un
known cniiso In shnvltiKH In tho fuel
housu nt the Ilrookieficnhlon Lum
ber Co. plant at about 10:30 o'clock
Mondny, resulted In tho charring
of tho conveyor housing, but aside
from this did llttlo damage. Tho
blazo was handled by tho Brooks
Kcnnloii lire lighters, tho burning
sawdust and shavings being deluged
with water with tho result that tho
flro was quickly under control.
Sparks which tho wator failed to
reach caused n recurrence of tho
flro Inter In tho night, but llttlo
difficulty was experienced In ex
tinguishing tho flames.
"I was In such bnd condition for j
two yourn with stomach trouble I did
not havo energy ououkIi to do my
work, but Tnnlao has no qulukly'nud
completely rnslornd my health I
can't help telling all my frlnndM
what a wonderful mndlclno II Is,"
said Mm. W. It. Bunnell or G0H Bris
tol street, Ht, Johns, Portland, Ore
"Why, before taking Tnnlao I
could hardly oat anything nt all,"
Continued Mm. RushoII, "My np- a
petite left mo entirely unit when I
would go to the table I would get
sick nt my stomach, often I could
not eat u mouthful of anything, and
when I did swallow a lilto or two It
would nearly kill mo. Gas would ,
bloat mo up till I could hardly
breathe nnd sharp pains which
seomod to originate In tho pit of my
stomach would shoot through V
whole body. I got very llttlo sleep
nt night, becaiiHo these pains would
mnko mo hnvo such dreadful night
mare I would llt awake for hours.
I was told I had acidity of tho stom
ach and I tried all sorts of medicines,
but Instead of getting belter, I got
worse nil tho time nnd tost so much
weight It was alarming.
"One day a neighbor told inn Hint
Tanlac hnd done her a wonderful lot
of good and I sent for a bottle my
self. Before I had finished this first
bottle I felt a great difference In niy
condition and now, after taking three
bottles, I feel as well as any woman
could wish. My nppntllo Is simply
marvelous and everything 1 eat senilis
to agree with mo perfectly. I sleep k.
like a child every night ami feel so
refreshed ill the morning that my
housework Is a pleasure. I have
gained 10 pounds In weight, too. I
think Taulac Is so splendid I Intend
to keep on passing tho good word
along, for I feel surji It will help oth
ers ns much ns It has helped mo."
Tan hi c Is sold In Bend by tho Owl
Drug Co., In Sisters by Cloorgo F.
Altknn, and in Bend by tho llortou
Wnnt l buy liny, uo Bulletin dam
Tut It In Ttm Bulletin.
A seven-pound boy was born. to
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wornstnff of
Bend nt tho Good Samaritan hos
pital In Portland on August 8, fol
lowing n Caesarian section, Tho
mother and child are both doing
berg is visiting at tho Mamero homo
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Dawson were In
Misses Jo Burgess and Ida Hoss
called at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Curry Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln returneu
Orvlllo Sholtz, Miss Verna Sl;o'.:a.
Evelyn Crow, Lorn Crow. Mr. Br ' :r
and Austin Barbor motored to Red
Miss Evelyn E. Crow Is visiting
friends nt Opal City.
Willis Free visited his brothor
DOWNTOWN BARBER SHOP AND
POOL HALL SOLD TO HEAL
ESTATE DEALER HALE IS
Charles Carroll of tho Central Oro-
gon Realty company has purchased
tho Metropolitan barber shop and
i.imn Rnrwinv nftor nmindliiEr nbout over Sunday.
six weeks in various towns of EaBt- Mrs. Honry Hubbard, Mrs. Cord
ern Oregon. Rlckabaugh and daughter and Miss
Mra Mtnta Howard and Fred WIN Fay Pendola arrived at tho homo o
nn nt Tnmnin won, punsts for lunch Archlo Freo Thursday ufternoon, go
at tho Hoss homo Sunday. ing on to Portland tho next day, thus
Miss Iva Trent left Tuesday eve- ending an extensive motor trip
nlng to Join her mother at Tho through California and Moxlco.
pool hall from E. C. Lundingham and
J. D. Davidson. Tho deal was closed
on Monday, Mr. Carroll announced.,
Davidson will tako over Carroll's In
terest in tho realty company, asso-j
elating with Joo Inncs, his former
partner In tho Metropolitan. Land-j
Ingham plans to work In tho Metro-'
polltnn shop for a short tlmo, tutor
going to California.
ft-V ,JZi. v-5 1
: DANIELS ASKS
Money Still Talks
Tho dollar may bo "small change" now, but It will "ennm
back" htiong somo day. Tho dollar you savo now will
bo worth twice as much later on.
Resist tho prevailing tendency toward cxtravaganco, "Salt
away" your surplus earnings. Thoro never will bo a hotter
opportunity than now to accumulate money. When "small
change" becomes a regular, old-fashioned dollar again, you
will bo glad to know you havo a goodly collection of thorn
In your savings account.
91 or moro opens n -1 per cent Interewt-bearliiK account.
CENTRAL OREGON BANK
ts .umiai ".?' j-nv'ri57?f. tit.
CHARGE OF LARCENY IS CON
TINUED ON MOTION OF DE
FENSE; DESIRE TO ARRANGE
CIVIL AFFAIRS IS MOTIVE.
Tho Justlco court caso of C. A.
Daniels, charged with larceny by
halloo, has again boon continued ono
weok, after coming up for tho sec
ond tlmo nt 2 o'clock Monday. Tho
reason for tho socond motion for -added
tlmo on the part of Duulelu' coun
sel, W. P. Myers, is understood to bo
a deolro on Daniels' part to utralght
ou out his civil affairs beforo tho
Mario Rlckabaugh, who has boon
spending tho summer with hor aunt,
Mrs. Freo, has returned to Portlund
with hor mothor.
Tho Crow family was happily sur
prised by a visit from Miss Pendola, I
au old frlond of tho young pooplo,
Mr. nnd Mrs. PhllllpK nnd Mrs.
Kites visited ut tho homo of Archlo
Freo Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Barbor and sou, Austin, who
has boon III for somo tlmo, went to
Bond Monday to consult a doctor,
Tho Coovort family visited tho Ico
Mrs. Colllor and Mrs. Roborts of
Bond woro callora lit Alfalfa Saturday.
DISPOSAL SALE OF
High-Class Dairy Cows
i ..- -'- . 8'
ON TUESDAY, AUG. 31,1 920
Beginning at 1 :00 o'clock p. m., at my ranch two miles
east of Bend Postoffice, on the Bend-Burns road, I will
offer at public sale my entire herd of High-Class Dairy
Cows, together with a dozen or more Calves ranging in
age from five days to six months.
ABOUT 40 HEAD IN ALL
This is, undoubtedly, the best producing bunch of cows in Deschutes
County, among them being cows now paying better than .$40 per month, and'
they are sold only because I find it almost impossible to secure competent
help and I am physically unable to handle them alone.
Terms of Sale: Six months time on approved bankable paper bear
ing 10 per cent on sums of $20 and over, or 5 per cent off for cash. Under
$20, net cash.
Included in the sale will be horses, brood sow and other property. See
small bills for description of each cow to be sold.
CoLAi;olds M. W. PETT1GREW, Owner