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(Special to The llullctln.)
SISTERS, July M. Mrs. A. n.
llowman, formerly n Sisters resident,
tout for tho past year since tho death
of her husband, n resident of Free
water, Oregon, died nt her homo In
that place Monday, July 16, nnd ho
"body was brouRht to Sisters for bur
ial Wednesday. Mrs. llowman had
for soreral years been afflicted with
cancer of tho breast and death camo
to her as a rclosso from a lone period
of suffering. She was of a singularly
"kind and benevolent temperament
nnd was affectionately called "Grand'
ma Bowman" by all who knew her,
Mrs. llowman Is hurrlyrU by one son,
.1 D. llowman. of Ilend. Mrs. K. II
Howell, of Free water, and Mrs. Hall,
of Halifax, washlnclon.
Mrs. E. II. Howell, who camo to
Sisters to attend the funeral of her
mother, Mrs. I). A. llowman, Is vis
Itlng at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
"Berry, of this place.
Bon Tone returned today from a
"business trip to Redmond and Prlnc
llle. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns came In
trom tho Tone ranch Suuday.
J. D. Bowman came over Wednes
day from Bond to attend tho funeral
of his mother, Mrs. I). A. Bowman.
Rev. J. Edward Blair camo over
"Wednesday from Redmond to offic
iate at the funeral of Mrs. D. A. Bow
man. Clyde Gist, who has been working
at Wilson's mill, has moved his fam
ily to town and is working for the
J P Duckett Lumber Co.
Mrs. Bailey, of Philadelphia, has
arrived In Sisters to spoml the sum
mer with her son, M. Bailey.
W. D. Farthing has moved his fam
ing up to the Wilson saw mill and Is
working In the mill.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
MILMCAN, July 20. L. B. Keller
spent Sunday with his family.
A. I). Norton was at home over
Leo Rooney came out from Bend
Sunday to spend Sunday at home.
Leo Tausolier went to Band Sun
day to seok employment.
Mrs. L. B. Keller and children
visited with Mrs. J. J. Holland and
Mrs. ShafXor and son called at the
J J. Holland homo one day this
O. O. King, from Brothers, passed
through Mllllcan on Thursday on hs
way from Bend.
After the rain the crops look a
little more promising.
Mr, and Mrs. R. R. Keller nnd
vhlidren Brovc to the X It. lleatson
j)lace Tuesday to look nt tho crops.
Wm. Rahn returnod to his home
stead Thursday much improved In
health, after spoadlng a few weeks
-at a sanatorium In Salra. Oregon.
Mrs. L. B. Keller and children
vailed at the J. J. Holland home on
Joo Holland Is employed at tho C.
M. Rosin homo two days out of every
week, since C. M. Rosin left for Port
land. Mrs. C M. Cjnsln and children
ailed at the Holland bomo recently.
R. R. Keller called at the Sloan
Ernetrt Dyer, R. R. Keller and one
! Sloan's buecaroos branded P. B.
Johnson's horses and cattle one day
Joe Holland helped Mrs. L. B. Kel
ler haul water several days this week.
Mrs. L. B. Keller and children ex
pect to join Mr. Keller at Bend noxt
(Special to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON' BUTTE. July 19. C.
Davis, of Stauffnr. passed through
here Saturday on his way home from
Bend with a load of lumber.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Brlckey, Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Brlckey, Mrs. Sam.
Marshall and two sons wore guests
at the Mecks home last Sunday.
V, Hlnman and family have re
turned to their liome, after working
for W. W. Brown for several months.
M, and Mrs. Horace Brookings
made a business trip to Buek Creek
Mrs. W. W. Shepherd has sold her
attlo and Intends to sell her farm
Edwin Schreder has enlisted In tho
Chas. James has purohascd a new
ream separator and will send cream
R. McDowell, of Butte, passed
through here yesterday on his way
TSpoclal to The Bulletin.)
ALFALFA, July 21. Herb Clarke
and Miss Jossio Pyatt attended tho
rtance at Bend Saturday evening.
Albert Schultz lost a valuable milk
iow a few daya ago.
A new mower wus delivered to tho
Johnston ranch by the Baker express
jtruck, of Bend, TuoBday.
TinvmnnH IlinHHf lold and M. S.
Mayfiold havo been gottlng sorao of
.( .nltlA hnrn this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smock found
a band 61 about 150 lost sheep Fri
day, The owner, Mr, McCorralck,
. ame after thorn.
Three young men from Michigan
are camped In tho Tetlow house. They
are seeing tho country.
Mrs. Rao Leonard entertained
Wednesday somo little folks,' In hon
or of her little daughter's birthday.
Mrs. Mary Bonn Is homo again
Haying Is progressing considering
the shortage of farm help,
A now cook arrived at the John
ston ranch Sunday, from Bend.
C. H. Hardy and A. Shults made n
business trip .to Bond Woduosday
Mrs. M. L. Pyatt purchased a now
sowing machlno from an agent Wed
nesday. MIST CREEK
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
LOST CREEK, July 23. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hutton, of Egll, were bus
iness visitors at the Musscr home onu
day last woek.
Mrs. Washburn and son, Lee, and
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Young and son,
Robert, loft last Tuesday for Uma
tilla county, whore they expect to
spend the summer. They took tholr
horses and aro going to drive
Mrs. McLouth was u visitor In Bond
for a fow days.
Mrs. S. W. Best has been tho sick
list tho past week.
Rny Stauffer brought In a load of
lumber from Bend for W. T. Cowan.
A number of friends of Miss Hazel
McLouth tendered her. a surprise par
ty at tho Hasslcr homo last Saturday
evening. It was a farewell tor Miss
Hazel, who oxpects to leave for Bend
whoro sho will bo employed. All had
an enjoyable time.
Oscar Snavely started for the har
vest fields, In tho northern part of
tho county last Thursday.
Jimmlo McEwen stnrted for Har
ney county last Saturday, where he
oxpects to assist in haying operations.
Chnrlos Elklns, of Prlnnvlllo, spout
Wednesday nt his brother's homo,
Mrs. J. 1), Donovan, of Iloml, spent
Thursday in this vicinity.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Van Tassol wont to
Bend Tuesday evening, returning
Mr. nnd Mrs, Jess Moltnn wcro In
Redmond Friday on business.
Nnthau Henderson Is working for
Mv W. Knickerbocker during tho hay
Mrs. Korstntor and son, Francis,
of llcud, spont last week ut tho Van
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Martin wore In
Slstars Friday evening on business.
Mr, and Mrs, M. W. Knickerbocker
and son. Kmmctt, went up to Three
Creek Lake Saturday, returning on
Merle Van Tassel nnd family, of
Opal City, visited at tho Van Tassel
Mr. Atkinson, of Redmond, was
working on Bill Loverens's car Inst
J. D. Dnnnvnu and Mr. Mouahan,
of Bend, nnd George Whltnkor, of
this neighborhood, spent Sunday nt
Big Lnke, on Snntlam Pass. They
found tho roads In poor condition.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
LOWER BRIDGE. July 23. Miss
Foxnlg has been visiting th past
week with the Walters family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard went to
Marlon and Omar Hoekliw were
In Redmond Monday.
Jerry Groszkruger has been in the
mountains riding for stock the past
Loren Campbell was the one from
Lowor Bridge that was drafted, and
is to report August S.
PLA1NVIEW, July 23. Mr. and
Mrs. Van Tassel, Lalye, Roy and
Glennlo Van Tassel spont Monday on
(Snerlnl to The Bulletin.)
POWELL IH'TTK, July 23. Mr.
und Mrs. Otis Buttorflold und Mrs.
Alton Wlllcoxon wero business vis
itors In Bond on Mnndny of Inst wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Del French returned
from Portland on Monday of last
woek nnd wore chnrlvarled tho same
evening by Mr. French's friends.
Speck Young nnd Jess llcckman re
turned from Crescent on Saturday
evening, whoro thoy hnvo been camp
ing for tho past 10 days.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Reaves Wlltcoxen en
tertained at Sunday dinner, Fay and
Mrs. N P. Alloy nnd dnttghter,
Mildred, were Bend visitors Satur
day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Buttorflold nnd
daughter, Bcrnlco. left for Portlnnd
on Thursday of Inst week. Mrs. Har
ry Wilson nnd Mrs. Alfred Muns, of
Redmond, accompanied them.
Mrs. "Frank McCnffory moved to
the ranch last week, to remain dur
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon entnrtnlued
In honor of Miss Margery Young an
Saturday evening. Those present
were Misses Ruth Foster, lintel llnyn,
Gladys Pauls, Edna and Mildred Al
ley; Messrs. Fred McCaffery, Ed.
Mooro. Carl Charlton, Max Strlxner,
Ross Davis. J A. Rlggs, Fred Brown.
Otto and Willie Pauls nnd Louis Bur
son. The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. W. K. Young and Mrs. Fred
Miss Fay Bussett entertained n
number of her friends on Saturday
evening. Jack Mayers, Roy Skwne.
Lloyd BustHtet. Miss Katherlne Mey
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Wlltcoxen
and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ihissett were
among those present.
K. A. Bussett treated his Sunday
school class to a picnic nt one of the
cavos on the desert Sunday. A most
enjoyable time was spont.
Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Ora Foster,
on July 17. a girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Wlltcoxen
and E. II. Rhodo wero Bend visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shearer and
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINdS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINGS---
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
daughter, Ruth, worn dinner guests
at tho Walter Foster homo on Friday
Born, to Mrs. Ilesslu Frlsby, n tour
pound girl, July IS.
N. P. Alloy tins sold his ranch to
C. C. Charlton.
Miss Paulino Truosdnlo visited hor
mother, Mrs. G. C. Trucsdalu, sovural
days tat wook.
Mr Allitti llli.nvn,i niitl itmiffhlAt.
Harriott, wore dlnnor guests of Mrs.
J. M. Shearer on Sundny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. P. Alloy were bus
iness visitors In Prluovlllo Mnndny.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
TUMALO, July 23. Miss Esther
llnles has boon stnylng with Mrs, J.
J. Coen for a fow days.
S. R. Brown nnd his brldu have
been up nt Suttles Lnke for a few
dnys. They nro expected homo Mon
day, when they will go to house
keeping In the little houso on Mrs.
Shaw's laud, which tho Browns have
rented for this year.
Paul Marsh, with his tittle brother,
Ramon, started for Hndlcott, Wash.,
Sundny morning, whore they will vis
Tim ntnto Is putting In rrosslngs
on tho ditches north of town, so the
roads will soon be opened up In good
J N. II (Jerking linn sold his big
ranch to the same party that bought
Grovor's land, but tho neighborhood
wll bo glnd to know they hnvo about
decided to buy n small piece nnd still
MIhs Georgia Skinner snent tho
i'ii,U nit wlHi Ml.. Hull, llnul.tw nml'
Miss Nolllo Howell at the llayley
Mlsn Ada Billiard went up to the
Metollus last week to bo with hor
sister, Beatrice, who tins boon stay-j
ing wim Mrs. unit noising tor mo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Dickinson,
with lit tin Mnxlno, took dinner at It.
II. llnyloy's Sunday.
Mrs, Walter Gommoll's father went
hnck to his homo at lleppuor, on
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harper ro
turned from their California visit IurIa,
woek. They wero accompanied homo
by their daughter, Miss Jessie, who
hnn been attending school In Los
Angeles for tho past throe years.
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