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(Special In Tho nullettn.)
LOWHU lmiriOE, Juno 17 Mr.
mid Mrs. A. J. Fuller ntul son,
Ocorgo. and Mirtlia Williamson loft
In their car Monday morning (or
floo. Kohl wont to.Kcdmaml last
Thursday, where ho Is RolnR to do
Homo slRn ialnting for Muns Hard
Russolt Chapman and Prod Wnl
orrs, of l-owor nrldgo, and Fred
Atkinson, tit UcJmond, left Tuca
tiny In ChM'iiun's car for Portland.
Mrs. L '. itlce and daughters,
Dorothy and Hope, wero visitors In
Mr and Mrs. Wtlaon and daugh
ter, from tho Grnd View, are visit
ing nt th Towuo homo over Sun
tiny. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Campbell and
son, Lorcn, returned Thursday. They
motored to Nampa, Idaho, whero
they vdslu-J thoir daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. K. 5 Towno entertained a
largo meeting ot tho It. T.'s on Fri
day. Mrs. C. r. Iloiklns, Marlon and
Omar Hoaklnt, motored to Prlno-
Mr. and Mrs Jaeger and daughters
left In their oar Sunday morning for
Hood Uivor Mr. Jaeger Is going to
return by tr.iln and Mrs. Jaeger nnd
vhlldren will remain in Hood River
nnd visit Willi Mrs. Jaeger's sister.
Tho Lower Ilrldge grange met Sat
urday evening, Tho lecturer had
prepared an lutarAtlug program. H.
S Towno had a piper on "The Com
parative MerlU of Specialized and
Diversified Farming." Gus Stadig
was tried In a mock trial for stealing
n calf. A. S Holmes was Judge,
Xj. A. Hunt prosecuting attorney, C.
V Hosklns attorney for tho defend
nnt. Miss Naomi Hoiklns, who was on
her way home, has taken very 111
with rheumatism in Portland, whero
aho Is vlsltinc
tho Deschutes flailing. They report
Jess Ueckmnn has purchnscd an
Overland roadster nnd Is using It In
riding tho ditch, as well ns making
summer vacation very attractive for
somo ot his neighbors.
Mr. and Mrs. Koss Mussott niado
a business trip to Bond Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnltor Foster nnd
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis liuttcrtlctd
nnd daughter, Ilcrnlco, loft hero on
Thursday morning nt 6 o'clock, ar
riving In Portland at 0:30 tho samo
evening. Tho trip was niado In Mr.
Foster's now car, and tho return
trip was made In tho samo length
Geo. F. Hobbs spent tho week end
In llond visiting friends.
Mrs. J. K. Wnrnor entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon and Miss
Harriett nt dinner on Saturday ev
ening. In honor of Mr. Warrior's
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and
Mrs. Wilson's sister. Miss Sonhla
Strlxner, returned from Portlnnd on
nutoad to llond Thursday, returning
tho samo day,
Mr, Iluohtor mndb n business trip
to llond for Mr. Rrlmofur Tliurndny,
C. V, Lymnu, from llond, visited
nt tho H, H, Keller homo from Wed
nesday until Thursday,
Mrs. It. 11. Keller nnd children vis
ited with nor father this woek.
Caldwell's rldors returned front
tho roundup ot tho Caldwell horses
Tho directors nnd clerk of tho
Mllllcan school district mot Thurs
day and set July G ns speclnl election
dny for raising money to build a now
school houso and to ohnugo tho lo
cation tor the school house, nnd iiImo
In regard to hauling tho school chil
dren to nud from school.
Mrs. J. J. Holland visited with
Mrs. 'Geo. Cook on Friday.
Mnry nnd Josoph Holland cnllod
on tho L. It. Keller family Friday.
Raymond Grnftnnliorger was n Fri
day evening visitor nt tho J. J. Hol
Mrs. J. J. Holland nud son took
Mr. Holland part way to Prlnevllto
today, with tho horse and buggy,
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINQS IN BEND I OTHER BUILDINGS
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
ITtSE? BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
For farm land loaas sco J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. Juno 18 Mrs. Mary
llonn was in I lend Thursday on bus
iness. Alfalfa will It well represented
In Dcnd at tho Chautauqua the fourth
Ray Fisher was In Dead Tuesday
wnd brought back a car.
Albert Shullz purchased a car in
Word haa been received from
Frank nnd George Ogle, who wero
called to Washington on account-of
sickness, (that their mother died.
Slid once lived In Alfalfa and has
many frionUh liar.
Some ladle of the Powell nutto
ertlon pasted through here Monday
with a biynd of horses for tho Thorn
jtheopmen. Thy returned home by
way of DetiU.
Herb. CUrlta and mother, Leslie
Clarke and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Smok, Mrs. Mary Ilenn and
Charley Smock and Mr. Hasner wero
Killing above Hand Sunday.
The Guerm ranch Is under now
management and considerable im
provement is being made.
School clow1 Friday with an In
teresting program in tho evening.
Orvlllo Shullz and Verna Shultz wore
not tardy or absent during nine
Miss KItie Newman, who has
taught a nine months' school, will
return to her home In Oregon City
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
POWELL rt'OT'E, Juno 18 Mrs.
A W. Dayn, MtaVUayn. Mrs. Arthur
Mlllner and J. A. Rlggs started for
Portland on Monday ot last week by
auto, to attend tho Rose Festival.
Mrs. Mlllner, formally Miss Gladys
JIayn, loft Portland on Thursday ev
ening to Join her husband In Cali
fornia. He Is a membor of the Coast
rtlllory and ttatloned at Fort Scott,
Mr and Mrs. B N. Hall and son,
Kruest, and Mr and Mrs. Reaves
Wlllcoxen lolt for Portland on Mon--day
of last wook. returning on Bun
May night, und report a delightful
Mrs Allen Wlllcoxon entortalned
Mrs. B. A. Uuaaolt, Mrs. Ross Hus
ttt, Mrs. J. R. Warner and Mrs. J.
M Shearer on Friday afternoon.
W. H. Young and Glon Hamilton
rtpent Thursday and Friday on tho
Mrs. J. M. Shearer, Mrs. W. E.
Young. Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon and
Misses Marjory and Fay Hussott vis
ited Rend Saturday aftornoon.
Miss Jesso Hartley loft reoontly
or Los Angelea, whero she expects
to spend most of hor .summer,
to spend moat of hor summer vaca
tion, returning hero In tho fall to
rosumo her duties In tho school.
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Shearer and
Airs. G F. Bcokman spent Sunday on
(Special to the Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, Juno 15 After holp
Ing her mother for several days, Opal
Conaway again returned to tho P. B.
Mrs. P. B. Johnson mado i busi
ness trip to Bond tho past weok.
Ferdinand Tauscher bought n
team of horsos from W. W. Grin
stead recontly. x
Mrs. J. J, Holland nnd daughter,
Mar', called at tho R. R. Keller homo
Mrs. L. B. Keller was a caller at
tho J. J. Holland homo Tuosday.
Geo. Roberts nnd family will leave
for a trip to California Monday.
Mrs. P. B. Johnson and children
expect to leave for Nebraska. Mrs.
Johnson's glrjhood home, next Wed-
ncsuay to spend tho greater part
of tho summer. '
Mrs. Ell Spencer will leave for
Chchalls, Washington, hor former
home, tho latter part of this month.
Mrs. Holland and children visited
the Chns. Graffenbergcr family Sun
Mrs. Vernon Clevengcr and chil
dren, Marshal and Scott, visited with
Mrs. P. B. Johnson Tuesday.
Vernon Clevcnger mado a business
trip to Bend this weok.
Mrs. J. J. Holland and daughtor
visited with Mrs. R. R. Keller on
Ferdinand Tauscher made n trip
to Bond this weok, purchasing a
gang plow and binder whllo there.
The Schmorls will give a dance
at their new houso Saturday, June
The Sehodulo has bnnn rlinnroil
for tho days of tho mall going to
Bond, now being Tuesday and Fri
It. R. Keller is running the onglno
for tho Schaofor drilling outfit on
the W. W. Orlnstead place
Mossrs. Orlnstead mado a trip to
town after moro lumber this weok.
W, W. Grlnstead and family
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON, Juno 14 A. T. Framn
has returned to his homestead, after
a short stay In Bond.
Burr Black. Jesse Bluulc and W.
T, Harrison made n tHp down Into
I.ako country Friday In Mr. Evans'
Mrs. Fnlon, nccompnnled by hor
sister, Miss Kmlly Peterson, spent
Thursday night nt C. B. Harmon's.
They wero on tholr way to Mrs.
Fnton's homestead over In tho Dry
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jimmy Brlckcy. Iko
Korolph and Leo Rlggs left Wednes
day In the former's enr for n few
days' stay In Nnvadu.
Jim Dunn Is doing somo plowing
on tho Strcetcr place.
Mr. Peters, of Imperial, was a
Hampton caller Sunday.
Hugh Crow mado a trip to Fisher
Darol Burton spent Sunday with
Mrs. R. Whttaker, ot Dry Uke.
J. Glover spent Tuosday night with
his daughter, Mrs. llallny, of Im
perial. Mr. Young, of Brothers, called at
fcc Rlggs' Monday.
Phil Dcncor nnd wlfo returned
from Bond Saturday.
Molvln Crow returned from Lo
gan's ranch Sunday, whero ho has
been working for the past sovorul
Mr. and Mrs. Mosler wero guests
at R. Whltakor's Sunday.
oral days hunting for a horso which
got out on the rnngo.
Miss Cnrrlo Brown nud Miss Both
Stauffer worn visitors nt Brookings
Win, Robertson, of Suploo, wns n
gucMt of Port Monks Monday night.
Nnrval Brown nttutulod tho dance
nt Stuuffer Saturday night,
Mrs. Ashhy and two children and
V. 1). Harris, ot Stauffer, weru guests
nt tho Brookings hotel Wednesday,
being on thrlr wny to Bond. Mrs.
Ashhy will Join hor husband nt
Vie Johnson camo In on Wrny's
Chris Tinner wns n visitor nt tho
Brlckey ranch today,
Mr. and Mrs. Jltnmlo Brlckey nnd
Iko Korolph uutocd to points south
tho past week.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)'
HAMPTON BUTTE, June 14
Misses Audrey and Gertrudo James
returned to their homes last Sat-1
urday, after spending several weeks
with tholr aunt, Miss Etta James, nt
Eugene Plnkus, of Butte, mado n
business trip to Bond Sunday, re
turning Tuesday night.
Miss Mary Brown and Norman
Nuto took Wray's stage for Bond '
Tuosday, on route to Oaklond, Cnl,
where Miss Brown will become Mrs.
Nute. They will make their future
home In Oakland. j
P. C. Doncer made a business trip
to Bend last week. Nnrval Brown re
turned from Bend with him Salur-
Mrs. McKeown nnd throe children
returned to tho homestead last Tuos
day, aftor living In Bond the past
Horace Brookings purchased a sad
dle horse tho last weok.
Emit Schroder made a business
trip to Buck creek this week,
Wm. Hoist has beon spending sev-
(Hporlnl to Tho Bulletin.)
PLAINVIEW, Juno 17 E. W.
Olllrtt was on tho slek list last week.
P. Vantasscl has Just returnod
from Utah, whero ho has boon view
ing tho country with tho Idea of
buying. Ho found conditions very
unfavorable nnd reports a great dent
or rain throughout the country tra
versed. According to Mr. Vnntnssel,
crops nro not any further advanced
than hero and' In many pluces they
were Just being put In.
8. C. Caldwell hns Just finished
planting 25 acres of potatoes.
M. E. Martin has recently pur
chased a now Ovorlnnd roadster.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Milton returned last
week from nn extended trip through
Washington. Thoy had a very pleas
ant trip and found tho roads In ex
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker spent
Monday afternoon nt tho home of,
Mrs. E. W. Glllctt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin and Mr. and
Mrs. Davidson spent Sunday on tho
Mrs. Fred McAllister, who has
been visiting her diuighter, Mrs. Mil
ton, returnod to Prlnovlllo on Wed
nesday. Miss Edith Smith, of Prlnavllln,
has been employed to toauh the
Platnvlew school for tho mi in lug
Mrs. P. Vuutassel called nn Mrs,
Dan Winkle Suudiiy afternoon.
Mr, Chnlfnn nnd Wnldnuinr Peter
son wont fishing to tho Metollus on
Tuesday, They Intend spending sov
oral days there,
M. W, Knickerbocker made u bus
iness trip to Rendniond Monday.
M. E. Martin and M. Knlrkortmek-
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Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
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homestead Saturday In Sisters.
Jess Milton was In Redmond on
business Saturday. d
F, (I, Powers mado n business lrl '
to Redmond Friday. '
The last few days of exceed Ingly
warm weather h'nvn mndn a decided
difference In the rrops of thin sec
tion. On account of tho Into sprlni:
(Continued oil page 7.)
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