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REND BULLETIN, nRND, OUR., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Crt. 101 1,
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
EVERGREEN VALLEY, Hold P.
0., Jan. S3. Barney Cox ot Camp
Greek callod on friends In this local
ity last weak.
N. A. Thomas and Mr. Cox called
on Dan Reynolds Saturday.
Mr. Thomas and Mr. Cox are go
ing to cut t08ts to fenco Mr. Cox's
Tho coyotes "soem to bo, thick
nround horo from tho nolso they
mako, but you don't boo thorn at daylight.
Mr. Con has dug two wells on his
claim this winter and has no water
Dan Reynolds made a business
trip to Hold last wook.
HIGHLAND. Jan. 24. T. Doorsto
and Dol Davis attended tho dnnca at
Mr. and Mrs. M. Nlelson entertain
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elvers at din
P. Nlelson and family of Hold
Visited at E. Danlolson Sunday.
Tho W. C. C. mot at tho homo of
Mrs. E. Nlelson January 14. Scvoral
business matters woro settled, after
which tho hostess sorted a tempting
Inncheon celobratlng her wedding an
niversary. Tho next meeting will bo
held at tho homo of Miss II. Ransom
Tho Sunday school which was or
ganized and Is being held at tho
Highland school is being well attend
ed. All books and necessary papers
have been received.
uncovorcd buggy. In splto of tho
honvy rail of snow during tho night,
sho kopt comfortably warm, and as
soon as It was light sho rode one of
tho horses into town, lending tho
other. Earl Austin and Mr. Ran
dolph fetched tho buggy lator.
Tho Ladles' Civic Longuo mot Fri
day, January 24. at tho home of Mrs.
Jessie Davis, Holt call was anawor
cd with quotations and readings, and
during Uia business session, plans for
an entertainment to bo glvon by tho
club woro dlscussod. After tho busi
ness sosslon, Mrs. Davis sorvod a do
Melons luncheon. Mrs. D. A, Jones
will bo hostess nt tho next mooting,
HELD. Jan. 34. Mrs. Frank T.
Carpenter has been on tho sick list
tho past wook with tho grip.
There has boon splendid woather
for winter no far. The sun shono
bright nearly ovory day last week.
A. 1). Taylor sent out lumber
enough with Mr. Hallmeyer to build
his house. Mr. Taylor and family
aro expected out in March.
John Houston's residence burned
Friday, January 1G. All his house
hold goods wero lost, in fact nothing
Tho L. C. C. will meet at Miss
Bertha Ransom's February 4.
Mr. Lytlo's gasolino cnglno Is
working flno on his well. Ho has
plenty of water and lutenUs to irri
gate somo this summer.
Floyd Houston, who bought tho
Huckleman estate, whoro tho Warm
Springs are located has been busy
fitting up tno old corrals, which are
In very bad order, and also repair
ing the old log cabin.
II. II. Martin has beon hauling
hay from J. Settloraeycr'a the past
Mr. Palmer Is busy digging a well
on his claim.
Fred Hamlin is pulling sago out
of his plowed patch.
Georgo Bcebe is cutting posts to
fence his claim, at tho present time.
Walter Ransom camo out to his
claim last week. He and his brother
Laurenco Ransom, are engaged in
digging a well on W. Ransom's claim.
Chas. Marrln has been cutting and
hauling posts for Chas. Mills tho past
LA1DLAW. Jnn. 26. Mrs. J. M.
Couch is vory sick with quinsy this
Arthur Jackson Is visiting his
mother In California for tho bonoflt
ot his health. Mr. Jackson has not
been well for somo tlmo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phoenix loft
for Redmond Saturday whoro thoy
will resldo for a tlmo nt least. Neal
Ray moved their goods Sunday..
Tho basket social was qulto a suc
cess, everybody having n good tlmo
and plenty to ont. R. M. Smith of
Bona bid on tho largest box, regard
less ot contents, and. as usuol, ro
gated himself with chlcken.Mr. Smith
auctioned tho boxes in stentorian
tones and bioughl smiles of antici
pation. Tho debate was decided 'n
favor of tho anlrmntivo, tho ques
tions bolng "Aro pins moro noccs
sary than buttons?" Herbert Oil
key and Mrs. Archlo Ntchol wero tho
nftlrmatlvo speakers; Mrs. Hanson
and P. W. Deaaley, negative. Mr.
Smith and Mrs. E. M. Thompson-of
uend, and w. D. Mameo of Laldlaw
wore the Judges. Mr. Smith gavo tho
decision in his usual Impressive style,
stating that Mr. Barnes decided for
pins because ho couldn't get along
without a lot of them.
Grover Gorklng returned Saturlay
night from a business trip to Port
HAMPTON BUTTE. Jan. 24 John
Perry was called to Waterloo, Iowa,
by a telegram announcing tho death
of his mothor.
Ermal Cook, while cutting wood
with C. L. Hlntnan. on Hampton
Butte, cut hfcs foot Vtery badly with
nn ox. While attempting to cut a
limb tho axe caught overhead and de
flected the course of the blow. The
cut Is between tho second and third
toe, and a gash on top of the foot t
over four Inehes long.
This locality was visited by a very
high wind on January 1C and 17. So
far as learned no damage was done.
O. C. Fllcklnger who lives near tho
40 mllepost on the Bend-Burns road,
was calling on friends in this vicinity
wbllo here on business.
James Brlckey. Jr., went to Bend
to bring in Mr. Brown and family
who have claims In Pleasant valley.
Reports aro that thoso who are
getting up tho subscription for tho
rabbit drive havo secured money
enough to buy the necessary wlro
nau expect to hold a rabult drive
John and Oscar Black are hauling
sage brush and wood for the engln
of A. T. Shaver's wel" drhl. Mocsm
Black expoct tho drill at tholr place
CRESCENT, Jan. 24. A well at
tended school meeting was held last
Saturday for the purpose of electing
a director to sonre out the unexpired
term of Jos, L. Rlngo. Mr. Ulngn
intends to be in Klamath Falls dur
ing thowlnter, and for this mason
tendered his resignation. Walter
Smith was elected to the office.
Mr. andMrs. Davis, and Mr. and
Mrs. Smith were guests at tho James'
William' Jeffries, a former rcildant
of Crescent, camo in from Bend Mon
day and h a guest of hit brother,
Eddie 8antry, at tho Crescent.
Frank Hamnor. who has beon mf
fariog from blood poisoning, -j re
Eddie Santry was a Ultnr at Mas
ter's Mill, near La Pine Wednesday.
Waltor Smith and family who cumc
In Irom Eugene last full and havo
been llvlug on Main street, moved
out to tho La Folletto homestead this
Mrs. Jolly, who llvw near Crescent
unexpectedly camped out for the
night on her way from Sliver Lake
Inst Monday evening. Sho had driv
en froiu Silver Lake and expected to
get Into Yjrescent that evening, but
the snow became so deep, when sho
was still several miles from town,
that the horses were unable to pro
ceed further. The road was not bro
ken, and as It was already dark she
was unabla to determine whoro the
road lay, so sho unhitched the horses
and decided to spend tho night In tho
CLINE FALLS. Jnn. 26. Mrs. Al
bert Mohlor and Mrs. Hollnway visit
ed at tho homo of Mrs. Harry Bork
with last Wednesday.
Harvey Miller was pulling stumps
on tho north forty of tho Harador
place last week but hroko a casting
on his mncblno and had to send to
Portland for ropalrs. This will causo
him a delay of a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cochran wore
both on tho sick list last week.
Mrs. Mioster and Mrs. Farroll and
daughter attended services In the
Catholic church of Redmond last
John Farroll. who has been em
ployed on tho Tumalo project, has
accepted a position as clerk In ono
of tho Bonn hotels.
' John Tctherow Is on tho slek list
this week. Ho has been confined to
his bed for some tlmo.
Mrs. It. O. Sprouso loft for Port
land Saturday ovcnlng where sho will
Join Mr. Sprouso and they will prob
ably mako their home there.
Mr. Dalloy mndo a business trip
to Bend Friday.
Anthmor Woods, Leslie Wright
and Earl Hindi 'attended tho Redmond-Madras
basketball gamo which
was plared In Redmond Friday night.
E. W. Pratt was a guest at the
home of Harry Beck with Saturday
night and Sunday.
I. L. Harader and son, Loyd mado
a business trip to Crooked rlvor Mon
day. Mrs. J. W. Wright, who has been
quite ill. Is slowly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donlavy and
son and daughter were guests at Uie
banquet given by tho Robokahs In
Redmond Friday evening.
Anthmor Woods and Karl Hlnch
were hosts to tho young people Sat
urday evening. Tho time was pleas
antly spent In games. Light refresh
ments woro served during the even
ing. Tho guests were: Misses Opdl Clay-
poolo, Sylvfa Tothlow, Maria Woods,
Ilesslo Harador and Anna Donlavy,
nnd Amos Hlnch, Lesllo Wright, Rob
ert Lodbottor, Loyd Harador, John
Donlavy, Mr, Mullor nnd Irvln Ruggs
nnd patronesses, Mrs. Win, Glnynoolo,
Mrs. Tctherow nnd Mrs. W. J. Woods,
PLjAINVlEW, Jnn. 20. Roy Mc
Calllstor snout Sunday ovontng nt tho
homo of M, W. Knickerbocker.
Mr. and Mrs, J, A. Scoggln spent
Sunday at tho Crawford homo.
Waltor Peterson was transacting
business In Redmond Monday.
Phil Smith nnd Pattl Scoggln woro
riding for cnttlo near Prlnovlllo sev
eral duy last week.
Miss Marlon BurkhardL who has
been spending sovernl months with
her brother. Will Burkhnrdt, loft
Tuesday for her homo at iAingbonch,
A farewell surprlso party was giv
en for Miss John McKinnoy Tuesday
ovcnlng at tho homo ot her mothor,
Mrs. Pulllam. Tho evening was spent
In playing games nnd music Re
freshments wero served consisting ot
sandwiches and cake.
Tho Wlnoklo family aro visiting nt
tho homo ot Geo. McCalllster this
SISTERS. Jan. 26. Mr. Lockmll
lor has his now houso complotod nnd
movod In last Thursday.
Sisters was blessed last Friday
morning with 12 inchos of snow. Tho
old pooplo as well as tho young aro
enjoying alolgh rides.
Mr. Tono and Mrs. Bayloy woro
pleasant visitors Sunday.
Hov. B. F. Harpor camo Jn on
Sunday's stago. Ho will hold rovlval
Mr. Griffith from tho lower district
was a business visitor In Sisters St
urday. Mr. Powelson was a visitor In 81s
Tho Young Pcoplo's Sunday school
class gavo n party last Saturday ov
onlng. In Farthing's Hall. Thero was
a largo attendance. Mrs.JI. E. Vin
cont acted ns chaperon.
Mr nnd Mrs. Arthur Wurxwollor
camo In last wcolc from Prlnovllle.
They will mako tholr homo on tho
Black Ilutto Company,' ranch.
W. N. Cobb left last Monday for
his homo In Eugene.
Mrs. Templeton nnd Carson wore
In from Clovordnlo Tusday.
Nicholas Lambert and George
Woods wero business visitors from
Tho wives of tho band lioys gave
thorn a surprlso party after practice
Inst Frldnv nt Hotel lilSI.
Mesdnmes Harris, Smith, Zumalt,
and Graham and Mis Myrtlo Stowan
were visitors of tho Sisters school
last Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Osttorno, wlfo of tho morchant
nnd postmaster of Orandvlow, was In
Sisters Wednesday. Sho purchased
tho stock of goods from Mrs. J. O.
McKlnney's storo of ladles" furnish
ings. Mrs. McKinnoy will restock
Mrs. Pulllam nnd son James woro
Sisters visitors yestorday .
Mrs. Johnnlo McKinnoy ion. insi
week for Washington to Join hor
husband, who has been there for tho
last two months.
A birthday surprlso party was giv
en In honor of Mrs. D. W. Farthing
Inst Thursday ovcnlng. MusIc was
the main featuro of tho evening, aftor
which light refreshment woro sorv
od. Thoso present wero: Mr, and
Mrs. Towno, Mr. and Mrs. Morton,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Davidson. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Richardson. Mr. and Mm. Gist, Mr.
nnd Mrs. McKinnoy. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Stldhnm. Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor: Messrs. Parker, At
kln, Osborne, Kb r thing and Allen.
LOST CItKHK. Jan. 23. Charles
Davis loft recently for Bend to do
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bon Do Witt nnd son
Donald woro tho guests of Mr. and
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46 to 3-llp Pendleton, Oro,
Mrs, Perry a couplo of daya rocontly.
A numbor of ladles mot with Mm,
Hubbard nnd organised n study clun.
Tho following oltlcnra wro choson,
president, Mrs, Huhhnrd; vlco presi
dent Mrs. Do Wilt; secretary, Mrs,
Messrs Rhodes and Hash hnvo re
turned from a trip to Bund, Mt.
Holms camo back wit It thorn,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Hubbard nnd Mr,
A;hby woro business Ultora l.t Jll,
tho foro part ot tho week,
POWELL BUTTE, Jan. 26. Miss
Josslo Skein was a homecoming pas
songer on tho Tuesday train from
Portland whoro sho has boon for tho
past month. Miss 8koln l nntlrnly
recovorod from tho oftocts of hur re
cent operation for appendicitis.
Goo, llrntco, Henry Twcot, Levi
Ernst, Molvln Foster, Reeves Will
coxon nnd J. E. Warner woro Powoll
Ilutto pork producers who shipped
hogs to Portland Tuomlny. Tho Rod
inond Union Wnrohousa had chnrgo
of tho shipment.
Alton Wlllcoxon nnd hla father-In-law.
Geo, II, Roe, woro Bond visitors
A. W. llayno was n Prlnovlllo vis
itor Friday, Miss Haiol accompanied
hor father homo for n wook'a end
visit wltth homo folks,
Ross Bunsntt la recovering from n
sovoro attack of mumps, Ross says
"They'll hnvo to go nomo to got him
to contract another enso of mumps;
tho contract la misleading."
Miss Ebbn Llndqulst roturnod
from Redmond Friday whom nhe has
been for tho pnat cottpln of Weeks
assisting with tho rovlval moating nt
tho Methodist church,
Mrs. Mnry I'alco, who has been
visiting her fathor, II. Manrenu, for
tho past two montliH, loft for hor
homo In Tacoma Frldny,
A numbor of ladles gathered at tho1
Llndqulst homo Thursday afternoon
for tho purpose of organising a La
dles Aid Society. Tho ladles will
meet with Mrs. Humphrle Thursday
of this wook.
A. II. Rhode, who took a car of
sheep to tho Portland market last
week, han returned homo after n
pleasant wook'a sojourn In tho valley.
nlvod n satisfactory
nrlcn for his sheep,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Hoara and ilntigh
tor Ada and Mr. and Mrs. I). A. lntoa,
wero dinner gtiestH nt tho N. P,
Alloy homo Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Smith ontor-i
tnlnnil n party of friends nt dinner
Mrs. A, llayn vlsltod hor itnuali-i
(Continued on jingo seron)
ONLY a FEW
of my prices, everything In
proportion, Does It pay to
haul your groceries ovor 2H
miles of rough, rocky rondT
Best cnuo sugar 14 V4 lbs. U
llluo Htom Hour, per libl. B
Good sun dried ponahes
12 lbs for 11
P. B. JOHNSON'S
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
BRICK IS ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF IN ANY ORDINARY CON
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TIMES INJURED BY FALLING TIMBERS OR COMBUSTIBLE INTERIOR
A BRICK BUILDNO IS ABSOLUTELY KIRK PROOF IF WIRE GLASS
IS USED IN THE WINDOWS AND IF BURNED CLAY FLOORB ARE
AN INTERIOR FIRE IN SUCH A BUILDING IS CONFINED TO THE
ROOM IN WHICH IT ORIGINATES; NO OUTSIDE FIRE CAN ATTACK
THE PROPORTION OF BURNED CLAY IN BUILDING CONSTRUC
TION MEASURES ITS FIRE PROOF QUALlTIMB.
BURNED CLAY IS THE ONLY BUILDINO MATERIAL THAT HAS
BEEN THROUGH THE FIRE BEFORE YOU GKT IT, IN SUCH A MAN
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18 BURNED OUT OK THE BRICK BEFORE YOU GET IT.
WHEN YOU BUILD USE MUCK.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
THE METROPOLIS OF
DO YOL REALIZE THE RAPID STRIDES THAT BEND IS MAKING?
DO YOU EVER STOP TO COMPARE IIKND'H GROWTH AND I.M.
PHOVKMKNT WITH OTHER NEW TOWNS YOU KNOW?
DO YOU REALIZE THAT IN TWO SHORT YEARS BEND HAH
GROWN FRO.M A SMALL COFNTHV TOWN OF FIVE OR SIX UVS
BRED PEOPLE TO A WIDEAWAKE, I P.TO.DATK LITTLE CITY OF
TWK.NTV.FIVK HINDREI). BEND HAS lll'llT OVER FOUR IIUN
IIRED RESIDENCES IN THE LAST TWO YEARS. IN TIIK LAST YEAR
SHE HAH BUILT SLY SUBSTANTIAL BRICK OR HTONK BUSINESS
BLOCKS, CONTAINING FIFTEEN STORE ItOOMH RBHIDEH ADDITION'S
AND IMPROVEMENTS TO OTHER BUILDINGS. SHE HAH Jl'ST COM
PLETED A MODERN HEWER SYSTEM AT A COST wF 7IM00. IH
JUST STARTING ON A t&I.OIN) SCHOOL 1IOIHI", THE BONDS FOR
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HAH Jl'HT INSTALLED AN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SYSTEM OF CLUSTER
DO YOU KNOW OF ANOTHER TOWN TO COMPARE WITH HER?
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TO THE INVESTOR OR HOMESEEKER.
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Lava Road Addition
First Addition to Bend Park
Second Addition to Bend Park
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