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HKNO IlUMiKTIN, IlKNI), OHICGON, TIH'IISDAY, At'CJl'HT 110, 1017
Mm, Howard Ih New President of the
O. 1). O. OofruHe Council
Is New Outgnmtli.
(Special to tho Bulletin. )
PLAINVIKW, Auk. 29. The O II.
O. club spent a very pleasant after
noon nt tho homo of Mrs. Jess Mel
ton Thursday. Refreshments were
nerved. Tho Indies organized, with
Mrs. Howard, president; Mrs. Pul
llam, vice-president; Mrs. Melton,
secretary; Mrs. II. Scoggln. treasurer.
They also organlied a local commit
tee of tho Council of National De
fense, with Mrs. Charles Chalfan s
chairman and Mrs. Van Tassel secre
tary. Those present at the meeting
were: Mrs. Hartley, accompanied by
"Mr. Hartlef's mother and sister. Mrs.
Fulllam, Mrs. II. Scoggln. Mrs. Van
Tassel, mother and daughter. Mrs.
"V. H. Klrstatter and mother. Mrs
Chalfan. Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker.
Mrs. Martin. .Mrs. Clarke. Mrs. Will
Lcvercni. Mrs. Ward and daughter.
Mrs. Elklus and daughter. Miss Hus
ton and Kao and Constance Knicker
bocker. Miss Vlctarm Huston, of Prlne
vllle, who taught the I'lalnvlew
school Inst term, is visiting at the
Melton ranch this week.
Jess Melton was a business caller
In Redmond Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W Knickerbocker
were In Itorul Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest and daugh
ter, of Rend, took dinner at the Mel
ton ranch Thursday.
Mr. Klklns and sons were business
"visitors In Sisters Thursday.
Mrs. M. J. Canada, of Rend. Is
spending a short vacation at Pine
Miss Violet Van Tassel, of Madras.
Is visiting at Van Tassels this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Spaugh and
two daughters, of Tumalo, spent Fri
day afternoon at Meltons.
Carl Penflcld k'ft Saturday even
ing on a pleasure trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mm. Ford McAllister are
"visiting at Melton's for a few days.
Rao Elliott and Constance Knick
erbocker took dinner at Edglngton's
7. W. Davidson and son, Roy, were
In Rend Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and family
left Thursday by way of MeKciule
Pass on a pleasure trip to the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Melton ami Miss
Victoria Huson nnd Paul Sengglns
attended tho movies In Rend Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Martin wiled at Pine
Iiwn ranch Sunday afternoon
Roy Davidson and wife and Shelby
Allen nnd sister left Saturday for
the valley, whore thoy Intend gather
ing a supply of fruit for tho winter.
Print Van Tassel. Glennle Van Tas
sel and Walter Kerstater. of this sec-
I Hon, and Mrs. Oru Van Tassel and
daughter and son. of Madras. left
Saturday for a two weeks' trip to
M. W. Knickerbocker and family
nnd Mrs. Canada and Nellie Van Tas
sel were fishing at the Iakes Sat
urday. Mrs. J. II. I.lchensteru ami little
son. of Wasco, are visiting In this
neighborhood this week. Mrs. I.lch
ensteru was formerly of Plalnvlew.
having attend that school for a num
ber of years.
Mr. ntnl Mm. To in pi o and Mr. anil
Mrs. Ray Harper, of Redmond, were
callers at tho Poplar Kami on Hun
Alox Duval, Jr., was called to re
port In Hcnil this week, for army ex
amination. Ho has a brother who Is
now In tho navy.
Autoue Ahlstrom purchased two
Jersey cows this week from Mr
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Julian
son autned to Madras Sunday, visit
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ilartlctt were Red
mond business visitors Monday
Mr nnd Mrs. Wayne Chase re
turned from their camping trip at
Horse lnko Sunday.
Mrs. Neta Hnslop nnd llonjamln
Daly, of llontl. passed through here
on their way to Portland, by unto.
Seo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
POWELL BUTTE GRAIN
DESTROYED BY FIRE
PLEASANT RIDGE HAY
HELD FOR ADVANCE
Tho ((Hd Price Xm Offered, Not
Knotigli, Handlers Rellee Pic
nic Parties Held Suiuliij.
f Special to Tho Rulletln.)
PLEASANT RIDGE. Aug. 29 A
fow of the Pleasant Ridge farmers
are haying this week. Many will
commence In the near future. They
are being offered good sums for their
hay. but are waiting for larger of
I Claude Mallory and family, nrcom
jpanled by Guy Dobson nnd family, of
Redmond, wore at Suttles Lake on a
fishing trip Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rartlett passed
Saturday and Sunday on the Metollus
I river and at Suttles Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chase. Mr and
' Mrs. L. II. Raughman and family and
Albert McCormlck were picnickers
at White Rock, on the Deschutes.
( O. E. Anderson Is building a new
barn on his ranch.
Manic nt doe Klllott Rmu'li Hcllccd
of liirciidliir) Origin HoiiiN
Voted for Shcmi-tt School.
(Special to The llulletln.)
POWELL III'TTK. Aug. 28 Three
stack of grain belonging to Joe
Elliott were destroyed by fire early
Tuesday morning. The fire Is sus
pected to be of Incendiary origin.
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Shearer, daugh
ter. Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Woll
eoxou and Harriett. Mr. and Mrs
Fred Drown and Miss Elizabeth Wells
spent Sunday on the Deschutes
The voting polls were open from
3 o'clock until 7: 30 on Saturday af
ternoon nt the Shepard school, for
the purpose of voting the bond to
build the new school house, which
curried by a majority of 17 to 2, In
favor of the bunds.
J E. Warner, Ed. Ilaruard and
Dewey Shnhort spent Sunday fishing
on the Deschutes.
Mrs. K. Rayn. of Deschutes, Is vis
iting with Mr. and Mrs. S D. Must
ard for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hall attended
the show in Redmond Sunday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs A W. Ilayn. Miss
Haiel Ilayn. J A. Rlggs. Miss Mildred
Flnlmore. Mr. and Mrs. Will Arnold
and children attended the Spanish
show In Redmond Monday evening of
i Miss Elizabeth Wells, of Redmond,
spent several days last week visiting
Mr and Mrs. E. N. Hall. sou. Er
nest. Mrs Alma Hall. Mr. and Mm.
Reaves Wlllcoxon and Mlts Maude
Griffon spent Tuesday of last week
I viewing the Ice caves and other points
of Interest around Rend
Ora Foster Is doing somu necessary
repair work on his separator He
has bought a new feeder and expeett
to be ready for business by the first
Miss Ethel Hholmrt npenl last week
vNIHng her alster, Mis. Melvln Pos
ter, nt Redmond.
J. II. Roe was out In .tills section
(he fore part of last wuok looking
for beef cattle.
Mr. and Mrs Tom Pureley spent
several days last week camping at
On Vodiicadav afternoon of Init
week, Harriet Wlllcoxon was sur
prised by 12 of her little friends.
Those present were Evelyn I'urslcy,
Ida Elliott, Rerulco llcrnard, Eva
Warner, Ruth Moore, Dorothy Trues
dale. Ileulii ICIsaler, Vivian Smith
June Chapman, Ruth Shearer and
Elizabeth Wells. Refreshments were
served, and all departed for their
homes In splendid spirits.
Lloyd and Ross llussett spent last
Thursday (Itdilng on the Deschtitea
anil report a Hplendld catch
W. E. Young and (J. Tooley made
a business trip to Prluevllle on Wed
nesday of last week. Mr. Tooley
made final proof on his ditch laud,
which he has owned for several years
Mth. J J Chapman entertained u
number of ladles at bridge Friday
afternoon. Those present were Men
dailies John Drlscoll. D It French.
L. W Van Doren, J M. Shearer. Allen
Wlllcoxon and Mildred Wlllcoxon.
Miss Hazel Han spent Saturday
u ml Sunday lsltlng M-lsa llerulce
llullard at Tumulo.
Mr. and Mrs. Heaves Wlllcoxon
made a pleasure trip to the McCnll
ranch and Prluevllle on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Poster visited
G. J. Shobert and family last Sun
day. Miss Mamie Griffon returned to
Portland, ufter u two weeks' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Heaves Wlllcoxon.
Allen Wlllcoxon made a busluees
trip to lleud and the Ocrwcllor mill
Mr. and Mrs. A W. Ilayn nnd J. A
Rlggs visited In Deschutes Suiidu)
Mr. and Mrs. Ross llussott. Mr. and
Mrs Reaves Wlllcoxon. Mr. and Mrs.
S. D Mustard, Miss Fay llussett. Jack
Meyers, Lloyd llussett end Mrs. F
Ra a, of Deschutes, spent Sunday at
White Rock, on the Deschutes
J. F. Rice has purchnsed a Max
well. (' M Redfleld. or Deschutes. Is
surveying for the high Hue ditch.
AT HAMITON BUTTE
Paul Hates, of Portland, and I'red
Stanley were looking over the sugar
beela In Alfalfa and will teal them
Mr. iwml Mrs. C II. Hardy took a
veal and several dozen young chick
ens to the lleud market Monday.
Leslie Clarke Hold his sheep (o
Lou Holland, of Powell Untie.
Frank Tattl went to lleud, where
ho took the examination Thursday
for military service, lint failed to
The dance given by the Jolly
Neighbors Saturday evening wns a
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Clarkn enter
tained some friends Thursday even
ing. After a game of f00, a big
watermelon was served.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Gwlun visited
Jay Hague and Uttcudcd the dance
The Jolly Neighbors met with Mrs
Charles PyaM on Wednesday The
next meeting will be with Mrs. Hinoek
on September fi. and will be the semi
annual election of officers.
Mrs M. L. Pyatt spend the week
end In lleud.
Frank llaffuer. Albert Shults. Mar
shall Roberts. Gus Kerry. Mrs Kalph
Smock ami son, Donovan, Albert
Shults, Orvllle Khults and Verua
Hliults ntlitiiled to business In lleud
Wednesday evening, ami then attend
ed the movies.
Charles l')att sold his herd of
young heifers to Paul Mertschlng at
Mary Holland was a Monday vIh
llor at the R. R. Keller home.
Mrs. J J. Helium! nnd ruin, Joe,
took J. J. Holland part of the way
to Prluevllle, wheie lie will iiguln
work for Ed Hliiton, after n two
weeks' visit at his home.
Mondayi Mr William Renin ami
daughter, Floiemn, and lltttn friend
called at the It. II. Keller and 0. M.
Mr. ami Mrs. George Cook called
on Mrs. C. M. Hoslu Monday evening.
George Cook Is caring for Mra.
C. M. Rosin's cows and hiirses. Mrs.
Rosin ami children expect to leavo
for llend soon
Mrs. J .1. Holland and daiighler,
(Continued on Page II.)
WHY SHOULD WE WORRY?
This Question is Being Asked Every Day by Some Poor Soul
Ijiurrl Jumen Suffer Kcicre Shock,
mill Four llrntt of Horse rn
Killed In Electric Slitriu.
(Special to The llulletln )
HAMPTON HL'TTK. Aug. 27. -Quite
a severe electric storm visited
this locality a week ago. Laurel
James, who ws walking with u gun
In his hand recolved quite a shock
when lightning struck near him. J
M Hrlckey lost two horses' and Chris
Tinner lost a maro unit colt, which
were killed by llghtNug. The four'
animals were standing under a Junl ,
per tree when killed.
T C Ewlng returned to his homo,
today after working for Harris u ft
Hlack several weeka during haying I
Mrs. Edwurd Street and 'two daugh
ters and Miss Agues Schroder r.illiil!
at the Meeks home Wednesday uftir
Mr and Mrs JIiiiiiiIk Hrlckey have
gone to Supleo to work during lia
Ilert Meeks lost one of h's man-
The aiiluul fell Into a hole und could
not get out. When found she whs
dead, and her colt standing near
Edw. Street, of IWe, wan a visitor '
Picnic nt Horxe Itltlgn Draws Mini)
From Nelghliiu hood School
Election ScptetiilH'r t.
(Special to The llulletln )
MILLICAN. Aug 21 AD Nor
ton has reslgninl as director of the
school board of district 2)1.
Mr. and Mrs J J Holland and
children were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr and Mrs L. P. Roiiuey
Mrs R It. Keller and children vis
ited with the I. L. Owens family Sun
Mrs. Fleming has been out from
lleud to visit her daughter, Mrs (!.
M Rosin ami children.
The picnic at the Horse Ridge
school house was enjoyed by many
A little girl friend, from Horse
Ridge, Is visiting with Florence
Ream since Sunday
Mr. and Mrs L. Gless, from llfnil.
Mr and Mrs. Sttoultn and children
and Mr and Mrs. Fred Klger and
daughter. Naomi, were Sunday after
noon visitors at the A D Norton
Olliru Mr U None Krq ll
In Slf Imc douMrd in l
Farmers ! Farmers !
148 Oregon Avo.
Pays tho Highest Cash
Price for Everything
ring or Send it t c Us
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ffim THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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t'Z$SBm UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, Oreoon
I arm .Scene en Tumulo Project.
If you are a business man you have your troubles.
If you arc working for the other fellow you have your own
troubles, as well as his.
But if you own a piece of
TUMALO STATE LAND
and are not afraid to work about five months in the year, you will
not only be free from worry, but will be independent of landlord
Twenty acres of alfalfa this year would give you a salary ofJ
$1200 FOR TWELVE MONTHS just $100 per month. This
would mean two months' work.
I still have a few choice tracts left, but they won't last lonp.
Come and let me introduce you to some of the people who went to
Tumalo this spring. All land is taken under a twenty-year con
tract at $40 per acre with 5 per cent interest, but you have the
privilege of paying sooner if you like.
ftcMrt Thai Norlli ('mini Will lie
IM led KiitliuMasilnill) lie-
trlwil HllKiir Heels TcMcd.
ALFALFA. Aug 2.- Fanners are
enthusiastic over the report that the
I North Canal will lie finished and the
1 canal liullt here to supply a vast
body of laud In this section. Men are
now at work surveying the proposed
1 canal line.
Mr. ami Mrs F Ogle, Mr and Mrs.
I Hay Fisher, and Mr. ami Mrs Jess
Thorp, of Portland, motored to Ilcml
I on Thursday
l.ah $10. SfiO. $(t"i, 10 Per rtnl tnh
$2 50 Monthly
LOTS $75 t $15000
A Kent for
ACl ClltlOn AhMX I ATION
J. A. EASTES
Heal folate Itaurance
M O N I T I. "A N
And Investigate our price
heforo buying your irroccrlM.
We can save you money.
Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
No Want loo BiNoWanl loo Small
That Baker's Grocery catrtfill for you
And deliver promptly and In the best condition. Our
groceries, produce, fruit are nlwaya frchli. Our sanitary
refrigerator counter keep our dairy podurls cool nnd
frcsli. Ilcst prices In canned Rood" of the best brands.
Wall Street. Near Ohio
Plione Red 1G1
J. B. MINER, State Agent
Press Building, Bend, Oregon
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BRICK vs. OTHER BUlLDlNGsT
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
bmrick? BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.