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ItKND nUI.T.KTIN, I1RNI). OUKCJON, THURSDAY, Jl'NK 14, 11)17
fSpeelat to Tho nutlotln)
SISTHll, Or.. Juno 11 The water
nitilns for tho Sisters water system
liave all been laid and tho project is
Tho Slaters school buUillnR has
received a now coat of paint ami Is
much Improved thereby, Parties
.from Demi toftt'tho contract.
Mrs. Klljn Sparks, who has boon
spending the winter In Jackson coun
ty, has returned to hor homo here.
Mrs. Sparks' son, Jerry, accompanied
Clyde Olst lias moved up to tho
"Wilson sawmill where he will work
Tho J. P. Ihtckctt sawmill, which
-was shut down last month on account
ot lack ot men, has resumed opera
tions. . . .,
IXoT. Blair preached In the Tres
liytorlan church Sunday evening.
John Dennis, Mrs. Dennis and Mrs.
Aubrey Perry mado an auto trip to
Konnowlck. Washington last week.
They returned Monday with Mrs.
Anthony noach. who has been mak
ing an extended visit with her moth
er In Kcnncwlck.
Geo. Cyrus was In Sisters and vi
cinity Friday taking tho assessment.
(Special to Tho Bulletin. 1
TUMALO. Juno 11. Tumalo reg
istered Its share ot selective draft
vllgiblcs on registration day.
D. O. Mack haB been on tho sick
list tor several weeks.
It Is reported that Mrs. J. l.
Vouch Is confined to her homo on
account ot sickness. Dr..Hosch, ot
2ledraond, Is In attendance.
All who attended tho club dance
Saturday evening roport a good tlmo.
Qolte a number of Tumalo pcoplo
are going to Portland to qttend tho
Mr. and Mrs. t. N. B. Corking.
Lillian Keith. Mrs. Mlnta Howard,
Itay Gcrklng. Fred Itamey and Fred
"Wilson spent Sunday at Holslng's,
on the Metollus.
On the evening ot June 16, tho
Tumalo Development League will
3ioW a get-together meeting of tho
people on tho project. Entertain
ment and refreshments. All aro In
vltnS. Several smalt bands of sheep have
"been sheared this week on tho pro
ject. Among thoso having sheep are
Albert Harper. John Marsh, John
PaTVs and C. C. Backer, j
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harper are
contemplating a trip thru California
in their new Oakland.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
CLOVEItDAI.K. Juno 11 L. G.
Ciubo made a trip to llcdraond Sat
Miss Doris" Claypool, ot Prlnevllle,
is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Hena Cyrus.
John Dopplns wont to Bend on
Friday, returning Saturday.
A. E Peterson went to Bend one
tay this week.
A large crowd of young folks went
to Sutttea Lake Saturday, returning
The Ladles' club met with Mrs.
8 K. Burling last Wcdnosday. Tho
hostess served Ice cream and cake.
The Clorordate school closed Juno
1 The following program was ren
dered: Recitations by Floyd, Clyde
and Kollln Gumpert; Wayne, Alvln
and Esther Cyrus; Howard and Ellis
Matthews; Aleatha and Juanlta Hod
on; Freda Arnold; Dorothy and
Jennie Boyd; Marlon Van Matre;
songs by Blanche and Velroa Wilson;
long by Ladona Cyrus, Fay Miller
and Lillian Van Matre; reading by
The mothers visited
Friday afternoon. Ice
take was served.
Mr. and Mrs. It. D.
went to Iledmond Monday to take
their little boys to the doctor.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hodson, with their
.families, spent Saturday and Sunday
on Buttle Lake.
There will. Vorchlldren's Day ex
ercises negt.Junqay, June 17, at the
school house. Everyone come and
bring your welt-filled baskets.
Viola was calling on Lillian Van
The Ladles club will meet with
Mrs.' Green Beard next Wcdnosday,
(Special to the Bulletin.)
MILL1CAN, Juno 0 It. It. Keller
has bought the Datson cow and calf.
W. G. Hastings, forest supervisor,
was out from Bond Saturday.
Mrs. II. It. Kollor and children
were Sunday afternoon vlslltora at
the J. J. Holland homo.
J. J. Holland called at the L. B.
Kollor homo Sunday.
F. Tauschor mado a trip to Bend
Frances Leo returned from Bend
Sunday with a load ot wire to do
Thlrty-ono registered Tuesday, be
tween tho ages ot 31 and 31, at Mil
llcan. Mrs. J, J. Holland and daughter
Mary, called at tho It. It. Kollor homo
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schmorl, Bill
Spencer. Dewey Spencer, Mrs. Van
Clove, Leo Tauscher and Mrs. L. B.
Keller and children attended a danco
at Brlthcrs Tuesday night, returning
It. It. Kollor planted 900 hills of
potatoes on the J. It. Bcatson placo
Francis Leo drilled In somo oats
on the Bcatson placo this week for
It. It. Keller.
. P. B. Johnson mado a business
trip to Bend Thursday.
Walter and Boy Keller visited with
Mary and Joseph Holland Friday af
ternoon. Wm. Ha tin's brother, from near
Portland, has been out to visit.
P. B. Johnson, Wm. A. Kahn, I. L.
Owen, Earl Itusscll and Mr. Van
Cleave served on tho election board
Mr. Schaofer started to drill W. W.
Grlnstead's well Friday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PLEASANT ItlDGE. Juno 4 Itev.
Scott is clearing land for Andrew
Jess Armstrong Is helping Ilasmus
Peterson with his work this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Redfiold and
family, of Deschutes, wore visitors
at the O. E. Anderson homo Wednes
Henry Hewlns Is seeding grain
Alex Duval Is helping Mr. Jones
put In potatoes this week.
N".D. Wood, thd government trnp
per, has caught C2 coyotes sinco
Opal Maklcr, of Redmond, was
a visitor at the Coryell homo Thurs
day and Friday.
Mrs. S. H. Doty Is on tho sick list.
Gus Nelson was home over Sunday
The Pleasant Ridge young people
hold a young people's meeting at
tho school house Sunday ovonlng.
Pleasant Rldgo farmers, who have
fruit trees old enough, expect to
have fruit this year. The trees are
loaded with blossoms.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson was a bus
iness visitor In Bond this week.
Albort McCormlck left this week
for his homo at Walla Walla, where
he will visit a few days.
Jess Armstrong, who recently pur
chased a motorcycle, oxpects to go
to Valley In a few days overland.
Rasmus Peteson and Mrs. Johan
sen were visitors at the Hansen home
(Special to Tho Dullotln.)
HAMPTON BUTTK, Juno 7 Mr.
Howard and family havo moved to
their homestead east of hero,
Mr. anil Mrs. Cnlllnn and three
children, of Buck Crook, stopped nt
Schrudor's last Thursday night, lin
ing on tholr way to Bund, whom thuy
expect to llvo for several months.
Mrs. C. J. Stnuttor and two chil
dren, of Stnuttor, camo up with tho
mail stage last Friday and visited
with Mrs. Bert Mocks and children.
Thoy returned to tholr homo Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Hunting camo In
from tho Burns country with Wrny's
stage Inst Friday. Thoy will spend
sevural weeks on their hotucstivtd.
Miss Agnes Schreder visited with
Gladys Monks last Thursday after
noon. Mrs Gus McClouth passed through
here last Friday on her way homo
Edwin Schroder came hi from Bend
Inst Sunday to make n short visit.
Mrs. Hash came from Bond on
Wrny's stagn Thursday, going to her
husband on their homestead near
Glass Buttes. She was tho guest of
Mrs. V. Schreder Thursday night.
V. D. Harris camo out with Jim
into Brlckoy last week and will go
to his homestead near Stauffer.
Mr, and Mrs, J. O. Whltaker vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. V. Schreder
Waltaco Brown, of Bond, Is spend
ing the summer with his grand par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brlokoy.
Mr. Bird has filed on n homestead
In this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Brlckoy and
Horace Brookings mado n business
trip to Bend Tuesday.
Norval Brown took n car for Bend
today to transact business.
Jim Wells lost his saddle horso
Wm. Hoist colled on Paul Brook
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINOS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
ZT!? BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
fSncclal to the Bulletin.)
LOWER Dili DOB, Juno 9 Mrs.
Ernest Mitchell loft for Hood River
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Holmes were
Bend visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. R. S. Towno entertained the
Young Peopto's class of the Sunday
school Friday ovcnlng at a hobo par
ty. All took tholr lunches Into tho
hills and cooked ovor a bonfire.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns, son
Omar, and 7.. M, Brown motored to
Crescent In Klamath county. Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl House ac
companied them as far as Bend,
whore they spent tho day visiting
with old friends.
Mrs. Harrington, C, W. Clapp and
Ernest Mitchell wore Bond visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Towno, of Tacoma,
who havo been visiting with R. S.
Towner loft Wcdncsdny In tholr car
tor their homo In Tacoma.
Marlon and Omar Hosklns motored
to Bend on Monday.
Mrs. A. J. Fuller and Martha
Williamson wero In Redmond Fri
day. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bycrs and daughter
arc visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
For farm laud loans see J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
(Spcolal to tho Bulletin )
ALFALFA, Juno 11 Twenty-four
Atfalfaltes motored to tho Iro raves
Sunday, Juno 10. A picnic lunch
was sorved by the ladlos and all re
port having had a. very cnjoyablo
tlmo. The party Included Mr and
Mrs. A. O. Walker and family. Mr,
and Mrs. R. E. Loonard and daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. R C Fisher and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bort Powell
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Wm.
Sponcor and family, Mrs. Frank Ogle,
Miss Efflo Newman, Ray Brasflold
and Roscoe Coonse.
R. C. Fisher has recently pur
chased a now car. ,
Miss Nnnnlo Stoofffor has been
called to New Moadows,, Idaho, on
ucacount of tho serious Illness of hor
E. L. Luther, county commissioner
of Crook county, spent Sunday at
On Friday evening tho pupils of
tho Alfalfa school will give a closing
Miss Elslo Olson and Miss Doris
Foster, of Bend, visited nt thn homo
ot Mary Bonn last Sunday evening.
Frank mid George Ogle havu been
called to Contrnlla, Wnnlitugtnu, on
account ot tho death of their mother,
Mrs, Lucy Ogle.
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Smock, Mary
Bonn and Herb Clnrko Bpont Sunday
fishing at the Mntn place.
Miss Ada Ferry visited friends on
McKay last week.
School was suspended on Mon
day, June 11, on account of thn ill
ness ot thn toucher, Miss Newman,
Miss Josalo Pyatt, who Is home for
vacation, Is breaking her two-year-old
colt to ride.
Tho people of Alfalfa aro very
much disappointed nt not being able
to aucuro Miss Efflo Nowmnii as
teacher next year, she having ac
cepted n better position.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Walker visited
at thn Oglo home Monday evening.
Musle wns tho feature o ftho ovonlng.
160 "ELIGIBLES ASK
Registration LM HIiomh III) Aliens In
Dcftcltutr County, of Whom
Five nrc Allen Knrmlr.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Of tho total registration for con
scription In Deschutes county 640
mott between tho nges ot 21 and 30
years ask exemption on various
grounds, according to the report
which has been completed in the of
fice of County Clerk J, H, Haner
and sent to Adjutant General White.
By tho summarization blank thrco
ask for exemption on the basis of
being legislative, Judicial or execu
tive officers, 1G for total (Usability,
394 for having dependent relatives,
48 for occupational exemptions. Of
the 69 registered under tho head of
allons, flvo are allon enemies.
GAMES ARRANGED FOR
IJcuil, HlioUln.ltlxoii ami Prlmnllln
Will Piny Hero for u
Pume of WOO.
(From Monday's Dally,)
While In l'rlnnvllto yesterday, Den
nis Cnrmody, chairman of tho com
mitten on sports for the Fourth of
July , arranged for games with the
Prlnevllle ulno to bo played with
the BoiiiV and Shnvlln-Hlxon teams.
As arranged, Prlnnvlllo will play
Shevlln-lltxon on the morning of
thn Fourth and Prlnevllle will play
OlhmUfltl. NmtKfcrpi brt.
Ift. Stlti Ktvt douLlnl in pail
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can Mm you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcan, Ore Telephone
Bend on the afternoon of tho same
day. Hhovllii-lilxiiii will play Bond
on thn afternoon of the fifth, A
purse of $300 tins httoii put up for
thoso games. ,
Donn In a IIIWT-CLAHH man.'
tier, tlille jou Malt.
L. GiMHltunn, nppoMtn linker's
rsneclal to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Juno 6 Mr. Shipley
has gone to Bend for a short stay.
Jim Dunn made a trip to the
Brlckoy ranch Saturday.
Floyd McNott, of Bend, spont the
week-end with relatives In Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hunting re
turned to their homestead Friday,
after spending the winter In Jordan
Valley. . , , .
Tom Ewlng spent Saturday night
at Hurley Hogue's.
Mrs. Newton Wells haa returned
from Willamette Valloy, whore she
!. I.nn.l tnr t lift nflRt fftW lllOlltllS.
A number ot the Hampton folks
enjoyed an oyster suppor at C. B.
Harrison's Monday night.
Mrs. McNett and son, Burrell,
provod up on their homesteads Mou
day" before Commissioner Pock.
Darle Burton visited with friends
In Bend over Sunday.
Two auto loads from Hampton at
tained tho danco at Brothers Monday
No Want Too Big
No iVant Too Small
That BAUER'S GROCERY
Can't Fill for You
And deliver promptly and In the bst conditio. Our
groceries, produce, fruit are always fresh. Our sanitary
refrigerator connter keeps our dairy poducts cool and
fresh. Best prices In canned goods of the bt brands.
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Phone Red 161
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