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11KN1) RULLETLV, HUM), OREGON, TIU'RHDAY, Jl'liV II, 1!7
(Special to Tho Dullotln.)
HAMPTON, Juno 30. Mr. Cot
tlnpham, ot PrltiRlo Flats, was a
Hamilton caller Monday.
Mr. rotors anil daughter, Lucy,
of Iraportnl, called at C. 11. Harmon's
Tho Hampton Vnlley Federal Loan
nssoclntlon hold a meotltiR at I lamp
II. C. Miller was transacting bun
Inese In Hedmond Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dnckott. of
Slstors, attended tho preaching ser
vices Sunday afternoon at Clovordalo.
L. Q. Ontlio had tho misfortune
to lose two calves last ucck.
Lillian Van Mntro spent tho first
of Inst week with Mrs. Kdwnrd Mills,
Mary Fryroar gavo a surprise par
ty Saturday night In honor of Walter
Monday, nftor visiting Mm. Holmes'
pooplo near (latowoy.
Thorn havo been several Low on
Hrlilgo poopto on tho nick list tho'
past week. Mrs. Fuller and little ,
tluorgo wore coutlnud with tho mens-!
los, Fred nnd MnrRnrot W.vltors ntul!
Mrs. L, b. ltlco sutferluR (mm sure
thront and the grip, and Wallace
Hunt hasn't fully recovered from tho
Miss Naomi and Marlon Hosklus
returned Thursday evening trom
Portland, where thoy have boon vis-
Naomi llosklns has been very III
with rheumatism. She Is stllj con
(Ined to tho housa but Is recovering
ton storo Friday aftornbon. A Rreat Boyd. A large crowd attended. Ice
many men attended from all parts
of the country.
Sam Lockory, of Brothers, was In
Hampton Valley Sunday.
Mrs. Phil Dencor vlsltod at Mrs.
M. H. Crow's Sunday.
Darlo nurton vlsltod Mrs. llonnott,
on Camp Creek, tho toro part ot tho
Jim Dunn Is helping Lee RIrrs
break horses this week
(Special to Tho Dullotln.)
PLBASANT RIDOE. July 2 J. E.
Williams came over from his ranch
Mrs. Smith ami daughter. fromlt Prlncvlllo Monday to attend to
lurni uusinoss nnn wko uacK a loati
cver by Fredorlck IJutte. spout Friday
night with Mrs. II. Hoguc.
Mrs. Phil Doncer visited with Mrs.
C. B. Harman Tuesday night.
Mrs. Wm. Soarcey took dinnor at
C, II. Harmnn's Friday evening.
Ilov. Dlackman held religious sor
vlco at tho A. S. Fogg place Friday
evening. The Sunday school was
reorganised, with Mrs. Wm. Searcey
Korvillo Ilrown spent Wednesday
night with Lee Klggs.
Mr. Portor, ot Imporlal, was In
Hampton Valley Saturday
croam and cake woro served
Dean Van Matre was 111 the first
ot the wcok.
Sam Kllno will loavo Wednesday
to bis ranch
Ous Nelson was homo from Uenil
Miss Elsie Morton, who lias been
visiting with hor aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray, returned
to hor homo at Pondloton Tuesday.
Mildred Coslct, of Itedmoud, vis
Ited with hor relatives. Mr. and Mrs.
Warner and family, this wcok.
Mnftilnmnit O. H. Amlnrann nml P
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M. Itedflold, ot Deschutes, wore Ilendl
visitors Wednesday. '
L. W. Warner was a Ilsnd business
Mrs. W.II. Payne. Miss Marjorle; r,8irnr,dAYi. ,rnm ,,., maJ
products to the Hedmond market
Mr. nnd Mrs. Boughraan and fam
ily and Albert McCormlck were call-
Payno and Dan McArthur arrived
Trom Haymond, Washington, Satur
day, to visit O. B. Harmon and fam
ily for the summer.
Misses Ethol and Mabel Streoterors at the Wayne ChaM home Sun
vntne In trom Portland Saturday. Mlsa day.
Ethel Intends to prove up on herl jek PeUrson was a Redmond vis
homestead before roturnlng to town, f itor Saturday.
Lora Crow spent Friday night with . Wayne Chase and Albert McCor-
AV. P. Wllquet and C. B. Harman
made n trip back In by Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whlttaker woro
Hampton callers Sunday.
Perry Cross, of the Barbed Wire
Tauch, was in tho valley Sunday.
Horace Brookings was at Hamp
ton store Friday.
Ernest Smith was riding in this
part ot tho country thoforo part of
Mrs. M. If. Crow called on Mrs.
C. B. Harman Saturday morning.
Jesse Black returned from Port
Tho crops In Hampton Valloy are
badly In need ot a good rain.
mlck were Bend visitors Saturday.
Messrs John Cray, Charles Morton
and Misses Elsie Morton and Edith
Gray returned the first ot the weok
from a camping trip at Blue and Sut
William Peck, of Culver, was a
visitor at tho W. H. Gray home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hotalllng, otj
Bend, visited with their parents, N.I
D. Woods, Saturday nnd Sunday.
Rosolla and Jesso Armstrong worei
uenu visitors Sunday.
Etta Chase and Joyce Woods at
tended Sunday school and church
In Redmond Sunday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILLICAN, Juno 20 Loo. F.
Tauscher made a trip to Bond Sat
urday evening, returning Sunday nf
tornoon. Mrs. L. B. Keller nnd children are
spending tho week lu Bond with Mr.
Mrs. J. J. Holland and chtldrou
visited with the R. It. Keller's Sun
Mrs. J. R. Boatson Is spending a
tew days on thulr homostend, prior
to her return to Threo Forks, Mon
tana, to Join her husband,
Mrs. J. R. Beatson called at tho
Holland homo Monday,
Waltor Kollor visited with Joo
and Mary Holland Tuesday.
Mrs. J. J. Holland nnd (laughter,
Mary, visited with Mrs. J. R. Beat
son Wednesday afternoon. Mary,
however, spent tho night with Mrs.
Beatson, returning to hor homo on
Mrs. J. J. Holland was a Thurs
day afternoon culler ut tho R. R.
Mrs. R. R. Kollor and children
called on Mrs. J. It. Beatson Wednes
Word was received by P. B. John
son that L. A. Hall Is working on u
largo ranch In Washington, where he
will run a separator duilng tho har
vesting. Win. A. Rahn, who has boon nt n
sanitarium nt Sulam for his health
for three weeks, Ib somewhat Im
proved. Dr. C. M. Rosin loft for Portland
Wednesday to be examined prior to
Joining the medical corps of tho V.
Chas. Gratfeuherger made a bus
iness trip to Bend this week.
P. B. Johnson nutoed to Bend
Saturday evening, returning Sun
R. It. Keller Installed n phono at
the Itelnx homo, near Horse Ridge,
Rev. Sheohan called at tho Hol
land homo recently.
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK UUILDINdS IN BEND
$500,000 FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
brick!1 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
Mrs. Geo. Cook en I led on Mrs. J.
R. Beatson Tuesday.
Mm. Karl Itussoll and children
hud business nt thu P. B. Johnson
Leo Tnuitchor Is working tor Mr.
Srhaofer on tho W. W. GrliiBtead
B. B. Conuway brought In to tho
Sloan ranch a large herd of cattle
from Bear Creek, returning P. 11,
Johnson's lost calf.
Wm. Todd spent n day at Mllllcau
POWELL BUTTE, July 2. Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Bussett entertained in
fconor of Fay and Lloyd Bussett on
Thursday evonlng. Thos presont
were as follows: Misses Gladys
Pauls, Colla Manseau, Elba Llnqulst,
Katberlne Meyers. Hazol Bayn, Doro
thy Wells, Ruth Foster, Ruby Clark,
Mildred and Edna Alley; Messrs. Roy
Skeene. Max Strlxner, Dlok Long,
Frank Long. Jack Meyers, Otto Pauls,
Willie Pauls, Jeas Beckman, Lewis
Burson, Del French, Dewey Moore,
Ed. Moore and Speck Young. The
hostess wan assisted by Mrs. Reaves
AVHcoxen. A most enjoyable time J
was spent by all present. I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stutrum, ot Port-i
land, spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Hall, departing for the
Deschutes river on Tuesday. Mr.
Shutrum Is a brother ot Mrs. E. N.
Hall and they find Contral Oregon
a delightful place to spend their sum
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
LOWER BRIDGE, Juno 23Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Fuller and son'Oeorgo
roturnod home after visiting for two
weeks at Albany, Corvaltls and Hoo
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman and
A. B. Chapman were visitors In Red
There has boon quite a bit of ex
citement the past week, so many rid
ing for stock In this district. There
wore as many as 12 riding at times,
some from Cloverdale, Slaters, CHne
Falls and Lower Bridge.
The P. T.'s met with Mrs. George
Scott on Friday.
Mr. und Mrs. L. F. Rice spent
the past week end In Bend.
Geo. Kohl left for an extended visit
with bis daughter and old friends In
Dennis Hunt was a Redmond vis
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Holmes nnd
children, Dorothy and I'rldy, returned
Othen lie it. Nooe Kcrpi bd
let. Salt have doubled in p
Phone Red 131
(Spoclal tn Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. JunV 2!) Kverylhlng
Is quiet In Alfalfa and peoplo uro
busy with their crops. Haying will
commence within thu next 10 days.
Miss Ada Ferry has been engaged
to do tho cooking nt the Uuorlu
ranch during haying,
Mlsrt Kfflo Newman, who has boon
visiting friends since her school
cloned, left Tuesday for hor homo In
I Mra l.lrn nliil ilnn iltfi, tttm nm
, .n.nv ..111. IIIIHrilMXt, ...W ...U
here f rum Dos Moines, Iowa, to spend
wie summer wiui relatives, uxpress
themselvoti us well pleased with our
I Curt Holloway and wife entertain
ed a host ot Redmond friends last
C. II. I lardy sold nine fat hogs
: to the Boyd butcher shop In Bond.
'Two trucks came nut after them on
I Friday. The price paid was 16 omti
per pound on foot.
J Tho Alfalfa. Powell Butte and Red
mond telephone nMoiiutlou held a
meeting nt the Butte Valley school
house Saturday evening.
I The school board mot at Albort
, Buults' place Thursday evening to
j consider tho applications for tho com
Miss Goldlo Ferry Is on tho sick
i list this wcok.
Clarcnco Mortschlng, of Prlnovllle,
Is helping tils father on the farm un
til school commences again.
(Hpeolnl to Tho Bulletin.)
PLA1NVIKW. July 2 J. M. Law
rence, of llmid, was through this
Joe Melton made n business trip
to Redmond on Tuesday.
M. Bailey, of Sisters, passed
through here Wednesday afternoon.
Ralph (illlett was In Bend Wednes
day. M. K. Martin and Roy Davidson
were fishing nt Three Creek Idiko
M. W. Knickerbocker was In Red
mond Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd McAllister, of
Prlnovllle, are visiting their daugh
ter. Mrs. Jotwo Mellon, this week.
Father Hheehnu and Father Shar
key, of Bend, spent Thursday at the
homo of M. W. Knickerbocker.
Mrs. K. W. (Illjett nnd sou, Italph,
silent Thursday evening nt the homo
of Mr. Van Tassel.
Ford McAllister. Mr. and Mrs.
Chairnu und .Miss Grace Biggs are
fishing nt the Metolltis for n rw
George Whltaker has returned
from a trip to Iowa, where he was
culled on account uf tho IIIiiom of
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Davidson, of
Vancouver. Wash , are vtsltlug their
son, Roy RnvlittHin.
Mr. Van Tassel has been working
at Dun Winkles' mvt mill this Inst
K. W. Glllett and family spent
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Pugh. In
Irrigation In this section Is now
woll under way. The water supply
seems to lie plentiful nnd an n re
sult the hay crop Is showing i
Henry Powers Is working nt the
Chalfnn ranch this week during their
Jess Melton was In Redmond Sat
urday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker wern
In Sisters Saturday on business.
Several cars passed through here
Sunday on their way to tho Metollus
and the lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff, of Clover
dale, called on, Mr. and Mrs. Ward,
F. (1. Powers and faintly moved
last week to the Glllett ranch. They
Intend making (heir home there,
Paul Mcoggln enlisted In tho nrniy'r.
Satuiday, and left for Portland Hal- ,
urday nlglit. Paul will be very great
ly missed III this neighborhood UlL,
his many friends. '
Word has been received of tho
death of George Whltaker's father,
who died after a severe Illness,
K. W. Glllett and sou, Italph, were
In Bend on builnees Monday.
(Hpeclal to The Bulletin.)
KIXTItlttt, July 2 -Mr. and Mrs.
Geo, Wilson have returned (rum n
week's outing on (ho Metollus,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Monocle, of Grand-
view, were lu town Saturday.
Walter Graham Is working for M.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fn-thluit
have mined up to the ranger station,
where he te making shakiw for M.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kdinoudson
and daughter. Muriel, are tuurliitC
to The Dalle ami Portland.
Jack Wright was up frem the Me
M. Montague, who nMMiitly pur
cheiHtd the Graham ranch, was In
J. D. Bowman, who takes J. II.
Hatter's plan In the forest service,
moved to Ilrnd Thursday.
Under the direction of Rev. Mar
shall, the evangllstlc services nt tho
Presbyterian church continued dur-'
log last week. targe crowds at
tended. There have been a number
of convention! ami thu friends ot
the church are pleased with tho re
sults. Re. J K. Illttlr. who assisted nt
the evangelistic services In tho Pres
byterian church, went to Redmond
Friday evening, returning to Sisters ,
(Other Correspondence no Pago C.)
And Investigate our priced
before buying your groceries.
We can save you money.
Mllllcsn, Ore. Telephone
(Special tn Tho Bulletin'.)
LOST CREEK. July 1 Mrs. C. S.
Davis was a guest of relatives at
Sliver Creek one day last week.
Vflrn.1 DnWItt unit nn thn nlpb tint
for several days, but at last reports'
was vory much improved.
Miss Mary Stauffer and Fred
Stauffer were guests of their brother,
Rqy, at the Hutton home lust Satur
day and Sunday.
Tho district school board met last
Friday afternoon and engaged Miss
Vclma McConklo as teacher for the'
ensuing year. Miss McConklo Is a
graduate of the Monmouth Normal
Mrs. J. If. Hasch and son spont
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J,
Youngs, WashbuniB and Bests plo
nked at Lost Creok last Sunday.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
CLOVERDALE, July 3. Waltor
Boyd wont to Bend and enlisted lu
tho army Saturday.
L. G. Grube and Bon, Arthur, went
to California Juno 24, returning tho
:!9th. They drove through in their
car. Mr. Grube thinks ho has sold
Ladona Cyrus went to Prlnovllle
with hor couuln, Doris Claypool, Bun
day. They aro going to attend tho
Katherlno Pugh. who has been
visiting Lillian Van Matre for the
past month, returned to her homo In
Bend Monday, Lillian accompanied
Rev. Marshall preached at the
school house Sunday afternoon. Ev
eryono enjoyed the sermon. Rev.
Blair cave a short talk also.
Mary Fryrear was calling on Idclla
No Want Too Big'
No Want Too Small
That BAUER'S GROCERY
Can t Fill forYou
And deliver promptly and In the best condition. Our
groceries, produce, fruit are always fresh. Our sanitary
refrigerator counter keep our dairy Hducts cool ami
frcMi. Host price in canned goods of the best brauda.
Wall Street. Near Ohio
Phone ReJ 161
Shoes for Real Service
OUR 8PECHLTV IH TO MAKE HHOICH THAT
STAND THE TEST
Is especially niado for this kind of country. Nona aro bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot be
beaten for the money. Glvo those shoos a trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
The A. Hanson Logger Shoes of Threo Lakes, Wis,, aro
band-made and ono of the very best of Its kind. Special mado-to-ordor
work taken for this shoe.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIRING
R. H. LOVEN
Call On Us For Mid-Summer
WITH A FIRM CARRYING THE BIGGEST STOCK
of Hardware of any Firm in Central Oregon. We Can
Assure You That Every Need You May Have for Hard
ware Goods You Will Find Them In Our Immense Stock.
We enrry a wide raneof supplies
for the owners of Irrigated tracts.
May we supply you with these
HOW ABOUT THE
Have you put on your screens?
You should first see our fine
stock of screen doors.
THE LAKES OF
ARE OPEN TO
We are now carrying the largest
assortment or FISHING TACKLE
for stream and lake fishing in
If you havo not yet given
your house a touch of now color
but intend to,
Wo wish ogain to remind you
Itend Hardware Company
Is first In Paints and Varnishes.
Bend Hardware Company
856 BOND STREET :
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Abbey went to
Bend Monday. '