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Slllen from the deposits nnr Lower
Mrs. Al. Cnmnholl, of Deschutes,
has heeti visiting her slstor, Mrs. A,
(Special to Tho Hullctln)
POWBUi DUTTK. Juno 26 The
vumunl school meeting vns hold nt
tho Shopartl school on Monday ev-( Tuor S to he n dance nt Win
enlng. Uosa Ilussett wns elected to tMAt hau on Friday evening, June
succeed J. K. Warnor as clerk, ami
J. E. Warner was elected director
lo succeed Marl Saunders. Mrs. K.
A. Ilussett was elected director of tho
Vnlon High school at nedmond, and
tho school silo was voted moved one
Tho Sorosls met at the Community
hall on Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Llndqulst as hostess. A largo
number were present and Hed Cross
work was discussed. The ladles are
In hopes of taking up the work as
soon as possible.
-1 Mr, and Mrs. Morris (lumlninn, of
l'ortlaitd, Imvo boon visiting Mr, and
Mrs. Will fitoln tho pnst wook,
B. W. Olllott nml family took din
ner nt tho home of John l'txrks Inst
Tho puoplo of tho Slstors-Mctollus
Cnttlo association are IiiwIuk their
spring roundup this week, gntherlng
entile to put on the forest reserve.
Tho principal members of this local
ity are Will Kryoar, Mr. Klktim. M.
10. Martin, J. A, SeOKRln, Mr, Tom
pleton, Carl Woods, Kills IMkIuUiii,
M. W. Knickerbocker, drover and
Jim t'nlllniu, Howard Hartley, liny
Armstrong and Paul and Hubert
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Joss Melton, Mr. and Mr 8. Will Stein
and Uiv and Constnneo Knicker
bocker, of thlB netr.hborliood, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Goodman, of Portland, spent the
wook end fishing nt the "Cove," on
Orookml river. A pleasant trip and
splendid fishing was enjoyed by all.
Earl Saunders recently sold his day
(Sooclal to tho Bulletin.)
SISTBnS, Juno 25 Mr. and Mrs.
cTw. Allen were up from, their placo
on the Mctollus Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Davo Mlllor have
charge ot tho forest lookout on Ulack
llutte this season. They have moved
un on tho llutte.
Mrs. Geo. Messcr and daughter are
visiting trlonds and relatives In So
Mr. and Mrs. John Donnts and Mrs
Knute Cobb woro In Hcdmond Molt-
Boo J. Kyan & Co., for farm land
anch and Hvo stock to Del French
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Bernard and
children and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. War
ner spent Friday fishing on tho Des
chutes. Mr. and Mrs. Otis llutterfleld and
Miss Dcrnlce nnd Mr. and Mrs. Allen
AVIllcoxen. Harriett Wlllcoxcn. Mrs.
J. M. Shearer and rtuth Shearer vis
ited tho -picnic -at Tumalo on Friday
A Red Cross meeting was held at
tho Community hall on Monday ev
ening of last week, by tho Prlnevlllo
committee. Ono hundred and thirty
dollars were donated within a few
minutes and N. P. Alley, Otis nutter
field and Earl Saunders were ap
pointed on tho committee to call on
ihose not there.
Mr, and Mrs. E. S. Bernard were
Visitors In Bend last Saturday.
Speck Young, from Redmond, Is
enjoying country life at Powell Butte
lor a few weeks.
The Literary society delivered a
very nlco program on Thursday ev
ening. Mrs. A. W. Bayn, Miss Hazel Bayn
and J. A. Itlggs returned from Port
land Wednesday and report an en
Ross Busfiolt, RcavoB Wlllcoxcn
and G. C. Truosdalc wore buslnoss
Visitors In Bond last Saturday.
A. W. Bayn was a business visitor
In rtaanhntAa nn R.I I II ril
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young and'
Anthonv Roach has purchased an
auto truck and Is hauling lumber
to Redmond for tho J. P. Duckctt
F. L. Cook took a party of tourists
to Bend Saturday.
M. E. Harrington. Shelby Allen
and his sister, Miss Agnes Allen,
spent Sunday at tho lakes.
Tho revival services at tho Pres
byterian church aro attracting largo
crowds ot people, many coming from
Clovcrdale. Tho Rev. Marshall Is In
charge and services woro hold every
evening last week and all day Sun
day. A dinner was sorved Sunday
afternoon. Rev. J. E. Blair was In
attendance tho latter part ot the
(Sneclal to the Bulletin.)
PLAI.WIKW, June 2B Mr. and
Mrs. Melton spent Sunday at the
Pine Lawn ranch.
Mrs. Howard Hartley called on
Mrs. Hubert Seoggln Monday after
noon. Henry Powers was elected clerk
of the Plalnvlow school district for
the coming term.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Tassel called
on Mr. and Mrs. Powers Tuesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Jess Melton took dinner at
tho Chalfan home Thursday.
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
Uti'c?!1 BEND $RICK & LUMBER CO.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Juno 21 Mrs. L. A.
Hunting loft Wednesday for Bend,
where sho will visit with Mrs, Floyd
McNott for a few days befnro going
on to her former homo In Idaho.
Lora Crow called on Mrs. W. T.
Harrison Thursday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. llnrman snout
Saturday at Low Bennett's placo In '
Jim Ashley and A. T. Framo left
Sunday for Prlnevlllo. Mr. Frame
Is going tn move tho Ashley family
out to their home In tho Buttcs.
Burr Black to"bk Sunday dinner
with Leo Rlggs.
Mr. McConncll, of Imperial, made
a trip to Hampton Thursday.
Mrs. P. Dourer called on Mrs. L.
A .Hunting Tuesday.
Mrs. WMT. Harrison. Mrs. E. M.
Peck and Mrs. J. S. Blaok loft for
Leo Rlggs mado a trip to Prlnglo
Flat Monday In search of three sad
Rcglna 8uton spent Sunday with
Jesso Black. W. T. Harrison, C.
B. Harmntt and Burr Black mado a
trip to Lakovlow In Mr. Evans' car
tho foro part of tho week.
School olectlon was hold Monday at
tho Hampton school house. W. T.
Harrison was elected director.
Lora Crow mado a trip Into the
Dry Lake country Monday.
Mr. Schwab was a Hampton caller
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Harman spent
Wednesday at Phil Dencor's.
Darle Burton called on Lora Crow
Mrs. W. Searcey mado a trip to
Hampton store Thursday.
Gerald Hicks has returned to his
homo In this valley, after spending
tho winter In Seattle, where he at
J. P. WlluuiH spent Tuesday night
at P. Dencor's.
Lee Rlggs mado a trip to Bond
Tuesday, returning Thursdny.
Mrs. Frank Daxoua went to Bend
Suudny for medlcnl treatment.
A meeting of tho Hampton school
hoard w bcld at Mrs. C. II. liar
man's Saturday afternoon. Miss
Mary Preiioff was given tho Hamp
ton school for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brlckey woro
Hampton callers Friday night.
Rachel. Constance and Emmott
daughter. Delia, arrived from Van-. Knickerbocker spont the afternoon
couver. Washington, Sunday morn-' at tho homo of Mrs. Hubort Seoggln
Ing and are visiting friends and rot- iueua-.
ntives In this section. Mr. Young Messrs Bradley and Atkinson, of'
Is recovering from a severe Illness,1 Redmond, woro In this neighborhood!
having been out ot the hospital but. luosuay. on ousineis.
a short tlmo I ,,en Tone, of Sisters, was through
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxen. Miss this vicinity Tuesday, securing sub-
llarrlett and Fred Brown were Bond, scrlptlons for tho Red Cross assoc
Fred Brown purchased a car In
Bend on Saturday.
Powell Butte bad a picnic at But
tles Lake last Sunday. Earl Saun
ders and fam:;y, Del French and
father, J. A. Rlggs, Mr. and Mrs.
Rosi Ilussett. Mr. nnd Mrs. Reaves
Wlllcoxen. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Shear
er and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brown, Kir. and Mrs Otis But
tcrtleld, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlll
coxen, Mrs. W. E. Young, Misses
Margery Young, Fay Bussett, Ruby
Clark, Bernlce llutterfleld and Har
riett Willeoxon, and Will Brown.
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker cntor
talned at hor home, the "O. D. O."
club on Wednesday. Ice cream and'
cake were served. Thoso prosontl
were Mrs. Joss Melton. Mrs. Howard
Hartley, Mrs. Hubert Seoggln, Mrs.,
Armstrong, Mrs. J. A. Seoggln, Mrs,
Will Leverenz and children, Mrs. C
W. Glllett. Mrs. Krug. Mrs. Klklns
and family. Mrs. P. Van Tassel and
children, Mrs. F. G. Powers, Mrs. C.
Chalfan, Mrs. Wanl and daughter,
Mrs. M. K. Martin, Miss Grace Rlggs,
and Miss Ira Trent. '
Will Leverenz recently purchased
Othm lilte it. None Kcrpt brt
Iff. Stltt h doubled in patt
(Hneclnl to thn Bulletin )
HAMPTON BUTTE. Juno 21 Vic
Johnson mado final proof on his
hnmoMcsd beforo Commissioner
Stauffer Inst Friday. Wm. Hoist and
Bert Meeka woro his witnesses.
Mrs. Clms. James and children vis
ited at tho home of Gus McClouth
at Haluffer last Sunday.
Miss Carrol passed through here
on tho mall stago last Friday.
Tho annual school election was
hold at the school house last Monday.
V. Schroder was elected clerk, and
Thus. Ewlng director for three
Mrs. Ben Dowltt nnd two children
PhmciI through here today on her
wnv home from Bend.
Miss Gladys Meeks visited with
Miss Agnes Schreilnr last Sunday
Chas. James took Wray's stage for
Bend last Sunday
Chris Tinner went nut to Bend
yesterday, to bo gone several months.
Prof. Albert Hchredor, of Prlne
vlllo, Is visiting with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. V, Schreder.
('. J. Stauffer, of Stauffer, was a
business visitor hern last Friday.
Soveral wagon loads of wool pussed
through hero yesterday, being taken
V. Schreder has gone to Silver
Creek on business.
' (Spnrlnl to Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. Juno 33 Thu Devel
opment olub will hold Us monthly
meeting on the evening of July 1.
W. M. Pyatt and wife motored to
Alfalfa last Friday In their new car.
They were accompanied by Martin
Pnlmluud and wife, of Bend,
Friends of T. O. Johnson, who
spent tho winter hern for his health,
will bo sorry to learn that bis doctors
pronounce him worse,
AmniiK t If one seeking recreation
on tho Deschutes aro Leslie Clarko
and family, A. Hhults and famllv, ('
II. Hardy and family, Herbert Clark
and mother, and Mrs. Ralph Hinork.
On Moudny was held tint biggest
school election ever held tn Alfalfa,
the women taking advantage of their
right to vote. Curt Hollnway was
elected director, while Curt Miller
was elected clerk.
Miss Effle Newman fell and hurt
her arm severely,
A. C. Barber was In Redmond
Monday on huslnciis.
Frank Ogle and Ran Leonard made
a buslnesN trip In Bend Tiiesduy.
A. C. Barber and family started
overland for Nevada Inst Tuesday.
on their way lo Burns,
Messrs, (irliiHtead Hindu nnolher
trip to town after lumber Thursday.
(Sneolal to Tho Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Juno 22 Mrs. L. B
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itciicr ami minimi npom i unminy
nt the J. J. Holland home.
Monday and Thursday. Mrs. L. II.
Keller was a visitor at the home ot
her father, F. Tauscher.
Mrs. F. Tauscher Is expected back
from Portland next week.
Mrs. It. It. Keller and children
visited with Mrs. J. J. Holland Tues
KrneRi Dyer Is plowing for Erie
Hosteland, with a gang plow and slxi
hend of horse. j
Wm. Todd called on the It. It
Kellers Wednesday, returning to
Bend the same day.
Erie Hosteland returned to Bond
Mp iiiiiI Mm 1,'mitk flrnniimiin
and sou, Frank, ramped In It. It '
Keller's douryard Weduemlay night.'
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HI8THIIH, June 18 The Hlstera
jitqoino tiodu MXj nAUi i.imi Ju,(
4, 5 and (1 as (ho time for holding
thn fourth annual fair at Hlidnrs.
Plans now under way Indlratr that
wo will have one ot the most sue
eeenful fairs ever held In Hlsturs.
Jon Wilson was In from IiIh mill
Sunday. He has Just computed the
erection of a shed over his mill and
anticipates a steady run until snow
Rev Marshall, who recently held
evangelistic servlre In Bend, preach
ed Sunday morning and evening In
thn Prrsloterlan church, of Sisters.
Mr. Marshall will hold a series of
evangelistic services heru If the peo
Mrs. A. Templetun, who recently
returned from a trip tn Orland, Cal
was In town one day last week.
Mrs. Jennie Stevens, of Prlnevlllo.
Is visiting relutlves and friends In
Sisters and vicinity.
Grandpa Grnhnin, who recently
sold his ranch, seven miles west of
Sisters, tins rented a house In tuwu
and has moved his family Into It.
Itnv Marshall and family will or.
rupy thn Taylor residence duYlnr. his
Slav with us
Mr. and Mra. Geo. Golden were
Sunday vlnllora nt the home of Mr
and Mrs. Carl Woods.
Mr. and Mm. Geo Wilson have
moved Into the Kpnrks residence for
Clyde Gist traded his auto to H.
ftrott for 40 seres nf land. iJitur
Mr. Gist sold thn land to Mr. Krug.
Mr. and Mrs. F. .umwalt and Mr.
and Mrs. K. Graham are busli)OM
visitors In BhiiiI today.
Mis Ethel Vincent Is employed In
the Sister poatofflro.
Mr. Arlln Oastor came up from
the Metollus Saturday.
Mrs KHJa Sparks Is rooking fur
the mill hands at the Dun Winkle
Jess Blackman. SDcek Young and a new car.
Henry Young attended. Will Stein and family returned.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and the first of the week from a two!
Miss Strlxnor were Bond visitors on weeks' trip to Portland.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
TERREBONNE. June 23 J. H.
Slaton returned to Portland Monday
morning after a pleasanl visit with
Mr and Mrs. C. B. Adams.
Miss Jewell Gxley, of Metollus, has
been visiting Miss Gladys Dyer.
II. V. Gates left recently on a bus
iness trip to Hlllsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Miller and
family were dinner guests nt Lone
some Pino Ranch, the cozy homo of
tho Nelson Doxters, last Sunday.
W, S. McEwIng, who haa boon
seriously 111 for the past two weeks,
Geo. Gates, of Redmond, spent
Sunday visiting relatives In this vi
cinity. A number of our young people at
tended the party given at the Oakes
home last Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Gates and Mr.
and Mrs. E. . M. Parr were among
those who attended the Tumalo pic
nic last Friday.
Harold McMunn, of Idaho, arrived
last week to visit his mother, Mrs.
Mrs, Miunlo Crowdor, of Belllng
ham, Washington, Is bore for an ox
tended visit wllh her sister, Mrs.
Miss Bessie Relgol has returned
from Suttlo Lakes.
Terrebonne was well represented
at Opal City last Wednesday, the oc
casion being thn annual picnic of
the Opal City grange. All report a
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eby and son,
Herbert, returned Satuday evening
irora a dellglitiui motor trip to me
Portland Rose Festival and other
A car of lumber was unloaded hero
last week, to bo used In tho erection
of tho Farmers' Union warehouse.
Work on tho structure will commence
In a short tlmo.
H. B. Foster returned Saturday
morning from Kootenai, Idaho,
whoro he had boo visiting his son.
V. L. Holt, of Portland, represent
ing the Oregon Silica Co., Is here,
preparln gto ship another carload of
Mr. Chalfan and Waldomar Peter-!
son returned from a fishing trip on I
tho Metollus, Thursday. They had
a pleasant trip and found the fishing,
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