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I1KNO 11ULLKTIN, DKNI), OUIXION, Tlll'IlSDAV, HKPTK.MIIKH (I, tlM7
C. 0. B. CLUB MEETS
AT ALFALFA HOME
Mr. nnil Mm. A. O. W'ulker Kntcrtnln
for Visitors Kocoiul liny Cut
'Special to Tho Oullotln.)
ALFALFA. Sopt. 4. Tho C. O. 11.
vlub entertained nt the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. O. Walker on Thursday
evening, (or the pleasure of Mr. nnil
Airs. Powell and daughter. MIm
Helen, of Urownsvllle, who are visit
ing at tho homo of their son and
brother. Hart Powell.
The Powoll family, with visiting
relatives and Mr. West, are spending
a few days on Jie Deachutee.
Mr. McLaughlin has sold tils home
utcad. To bo "different" in Alfalfa those
days, one must drive a horse, as al
most everyone has a car of some do
wcrlptlon. A. ShoatH was a lledmond visitor
Frank Oglo and Kay Fisher left
last week for tho Willamette Valley
Xo look after property -there.
A. O, Walker and family spent sev
eral days In tho mountains at tho
Hanger's station near Broken Top.
Tho trip was made for pleasure and
to look after their cattle that are
"Word has been received from Mr.
and Mrs. It. A, Wooloy, who are now
located at Three Hills, Alberta, Can
ada. They arc harvesting their grain
and are well pleased with the country-
The second cutUng of alfalfa Is be
ing cut this -week and Is much better
than the first.
Frnk Ogle, Itnr Fisher and Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Thorp left Sunday in their,
cars, Mr, and Mrs. Thorp for their,
homo In Portland, while Mr. Ogle
and Mrs. Fisher will go to the valley
Charles Pyntt and M. L. Pyatt are
disposing of their stock and will go
to Montana on a tour of Inspection.
Carl Larson and Jensle Titttl. of
the Ouerln ranch, have added seven
head of cows to their dairy herd,
buying them from Herb Clarke re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie V. Clarke and
Albert Shults and family motored to
Hend Saturday evening.
Curt Muller Is another added to the
list of automobile owners In Alfalfa.
Lester Hollowny, who has been
working In Lower llrldge, returned to
his homo In Alfalfa Thursday
Mrs. Bookman, of Powell Hutto. Is
spending n few days with Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Hardy.
Chnrles Pyatt has placed his order
for a new Ford car.
C. Gwlnn. of Powell Hull, was In
Alfalfa Wednesday and bought a
milch cow from M. L. Pyntt.
Horace Hrooklngs Is rutting tho
hny on tho Dick Philips pluco icnr
Mrs. Ndward Street and children
returned to it lie I r home near Fife lunt
Sunday, after spending suveral weeks
with her parents.
C. J. Stanffer and Thomas Cow en.
of Ktauffer, were business visitors
here Saturday night.
Mrs. Alice Marshall left for her
homo In Forest drove today, after
spending several months with hnr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ilrlckay.
Ike Xterolt was a business visitor
at Hrooklngs Friday night.
Mrs. C. J. Stattffer, Mrs. Steven
and Mr. llest. all of SUutffer, passed
through here Tuesday on the mail
stage on their way to llund.
Wallace llroui returned to his
home In Demi after spending his va
cation with his grand parents,
Mrs. V. Schreder returned home
Monday from n two weeks' stay with
her daughter. Mrs. ltay Simpson, of
FIRE AT MI LUC AN
BURNS 200 ACRES
BEND GIRL ELECTED
TEACHER AT ROLYAT
.Mv Koto Ilumtrll to Unto Charge of
School ThN .Year liny I iik N
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON nUTTK, Sept. 4. The
Ilolynt school board met Saturday
and olected Miss Hose M. Hunnell.
of Hoiul, as teacher for the coming
Alex McKeown made final proof on
his homestead before Commissioner
Stauffer last week.
Mrs. J. M. Ilrlckoy and daughter,
Mrs. Samuel Marshall, visited with
Mrs. Andrew MIckle, near Held, last
Charles James and son. Itoyoe.
went out to Hend Sunday to work for
Itliuto Originate on (iroffenlxtrxcr
Place Many lire Kuiplojoil In
1'lghtlug I'laiues In Timber.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILL1CAN. Sept. A. A brush fire,
started by Charles (iroffenberger to
clear his land, got beyond his control
and burned over 200 ncroa of J. It.
Heatsou's place and considerable of
the Ceorge Cook place, ulso iulte n
few fence poets on both places. Once
before It got beyond Mr. (Iroffenber
ger's control and burned over the
Coulg pluco. to the edge of the tim
er. Quite a few from hero were fight
ing fire, on the other side of Pine
Mountain. Mr. Caldwell lost all of
his camping outfit and a horse In the
fire, having only moved his sheep In
there the same day
Mrs. It. It. Keller received her
diploma from the "Chautauqua
School of Nursing" Thursday.
Frank Sloan called nt his ranch
Oscar Conaway, ltay Norton and
Lyle Caldwell visited with Walter
and Hay Keller Thursday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ceorge Cook and
Wm. A. itahn were visitors at the F.
Tauscher home recently.
Mrs. J. J. Holland and son, Joe,
called at the C. M lloslii home Thurs
day Hazel Norton called at the It. It.
Keller home Sunday.
Wm A llahn. the Oroffenbreiwr
children and Joe Holland went on
Pino Mountain Sunday and picked
borrles and Oregon grapes,
Mrs. It. It. Keller and children
called on Mrs, II. B. Couawny Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Leo llooucy expect
to leave their homestead very soon.
Mrs. Koouoy Is going to Portland and
Mr. Itoouey to lleud.
Mrs. P. II. Johnson and three chil
dren returned from their two mouths'
visit to Nebraska and South Dakota.
Mr. Johnson met thorn at lleud with
A coyote, with ludtoatloiiN of tho
rabies, was shot on the P. II. John
son place Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Krneal Ndmondit nud
daughter, Louise, made a trip to lleud
and lledmond, and on their return
Wednesday called at the P. 11. John
Hev. Kdmonds Joined his wife and
sons Monday at the Kruest Kdmonds
RIDING FOR BEEF
Preimro for Kurly Shipment (', II,
I turmoil TnkeN Iiviim on tho
William Itcntlcy Itiuiclt.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Aug. 30. Several
stockmen who expect to dispose of
beet cattle are riding the range now.
Dave Dunn spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Isaac Zlurolf.
Hill Hcnsley, who Is well known
In the northwest ns a boxer, came out
from Bond to his ranch last Thurs
day. He Is a guest at the Harmon
home for a few days this week.
('. II. Harmon has leased the lions
Iry ranch for three years. It Is lo
cated In the Button.
Wm. K Searcy was the first man
In Deschutes county to be exempted
from military service. He has some
fingers off of his right hand, which
entitled him to the exemption button.
He returned to Hampton from lleud
with Paul Kvaiis last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Newton Wells are at
Mrs. Florence II. Wilson's ranch hay
ing for her
I!. M. Peck Is rutting hay on Dick
Philip's ranch this week.
The following people from Dry
take were guests at tho Harmon
home last Sunday: Mrwsra llittmett;
and Smith. Mesdames Fallon, Whit-'
taker anil Miss Kmlly Pederson.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson arrived
j n 1. 1 1- ktage Iroiu Bund .Sunday.
Joined In games ami a general good
time. Those drafted are l.oreu Camp
hell, Durward limit, A. J. Fuller,
Chnrllo lllsfoch and DiuiiiIh Hunt.
Mr. nnil Mrs. Carl House have dis
posed of their household furnishings
and left la llielr car Sunday morning
for Portland, Medford and other val
ley polnlH. They expert to make
Portland their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller and Den
xll Harrington were Kedmoiid vlsttois
I. A. Hunt ami (Ins Stadlg made a
business trip to Itedmiiud Wednes
day. Frank and Kussol! Chapman and
Hoy Kidder motored to lleud Satur
day. The latter, who has been vls't
lug the past two weeks with his sis
ter, Mrs. L. A. Hunt, left for his home
Marlon Hiisklus and Mrs. Kred
Walters were In Itediiionil Friday.
Durward Hunt and Jessie Scott
have been In the mountains on a
hunting trip the past week.
Prldy Holmes was ijulte III on Saturday.
I l.oreu and Oral (Mmphell and Mrs.
I W. II. Campbell were In Itedmond
vlslllng with her parents this week.
The Pleasant Itldge school liegait 1
Tuesday. Miss Markhaiii, of flnattlo, ,
Is teaching UiU year.
FLAG RAISING IS
HELD AT HAMPTON
Kvctrlxt'N are Put On nt DNlrlct
School llousi Hugh ('ion (John
to .loin (ho Ann).
(Hpeclnl to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Sept. R. - Mrs. 0. II.
Harmon, our school clerk, just re
ceived n new flag and flagpole for
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"I Like to Read but My Eyes Won't Let Me."
Many people say that, when with a little care their eyes
could be strengthened. Eyes, like hands and arms get
tired, need rest or attention. You can get the right kind
of advise and treatment here in our shop. We are located
here permanently and will give you the service your eyes
are entitled to.
Optometrist DR. C. H. FRANCIS
with Myron H. Simoni, O'Kane Building
hFT A HIIEnrK I Fill I
ULl r IIU ill LU I LrtU I
Under the Arnold Ditch g
The Benham Falls segregation, comprising 74,000 acres
of land adjacent to Bend has been thrown open to
Approximately 9000 acres of this land can be watered from, the Arnold Ditch
for which a water-right can be obtained from the Arnold Irrigation Company
for considerable less than the State is selling water rights for lands in the State
projects adjacent to Bend. To all residents of Bend desiring homesteads under
the Arnold Ditch we desire to state that we have engaged the engineers of the
Arnold Irrigation Company, L. D. Wiest and George S. Young, who are more
familiar with these lands than anyone else, to make a survey of the lands that
can be irrigated and to run lines for ditches so that parties desiring to file on the
lands can be shown what part of the lands can be irrigated and approximately
the amount of tillable acreage on each claim.
Call and see us for locations. Either Mr. Wiest or Mr. Young will accom
pany you over the land, show you the lines and give you desired information re
garding Arnold Irrigation Company water-rights, etc. Our charges are very
J. RYAN & CO.
AT LOWER RRIDCJE
( liitcrtliilo .Machine Comet to Toko
( hiv of WoiU .Mr. nnil Mr. ('. '.
IIixMiin Hack I 'nun .Mot or Trip.
(Hpeclal to The Bulletin.)
I.OWKH HIUIKIK. Aug. JO
lUird's threshing machine, from Clo-
vcnlal. hue been threnhlng In the
(immunity the pant week. Charlie,
, Hlscock expeoU to get hU machine
work'ng thin week.
L A. Hunt Ik njny4ng a vlitlt from,
hid couitlii, Mr. Hunt, and family, of
L P. Itlce and family and Mr. and
Mr Curl Ilniiae motored to lti-d
Mr. IttiMell Chapman and C II
Chapman motored to Itedmond Mon
day Mr and Mm. C. V. Hoaklna r-1
turned Monday after taking their,
daughter. Naomi, to the Belknap Hot
Hprlngi. They returned by way of;
Kugcne and Portland. '
Mr and Mm Joe Howard. A. II
Jaeger and family. Iorcii ami Oral
Campbell were all lledmond vlaltora
TO C.'KT SIS til) crop
AT PLEASANT R11)C;e
Nitrel (Inter Will Yield (IimhI Itotiiin,!
In Belief School HtnilH fur tho
In 1 1 nud Winter.
(Special to The Bulletin )
PLKAMANT ItllXIK. Kept. r. I.
II HauKhmau la Rowing a great ileal
of Mueet clover on bin ranch thin hcm
eon. Sweet clover neeniM to he doing
quite wnll here. Mneera (). K. Ander
koii nnil N. tlray have neveral uorea
of It, which (hey will thread for Heed
Wayne Chime In haying thin week
(). K. Atiilenmii porchaneil two flue
dairy cowh thht week.
I'redn Buckley, of Itedmond.
painted Friday with Htta Chime
Mm. AruiMrong and eon J cm re
turned home YVednomlny, after n vleH
with relative In the vulley.
Mr. and Mm. J. It Williams, of
Prluevllle, weru over Ihl week to
their ramh on himlueiM.
Mr. and Mra. O. K. AtnlerMin, Mr.
end Mra. Will llartlett went on it
camping trip to Cringle KalU, ahove
J. IVteriMin and Mr. Hcott were
Hend lumlneM vlnltom thla week.
T. I). Temple In haling hay on the
Coryel and Care ranche thin week
Will Hardett and wlft, who have
been vlaltlng at the (). K Aniler.ui
home for the pant two wceki, left for
Mra. Holillng, of Heml wnn home
Ollirn like H. Nime Krrpi !!
In Sulri lir duuliln in l
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In addition ! compltlt caurtat In inrl and
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MILITARY DRILL, DOMESTIC SCIENCC
ARTS AND COMMERCE
Plan far alfactlva futura aarvlca. Yeur caunlry
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LOWER BRIDGE FOLK
HONOR DRAFTED MEN
Knrptwll rMK'lal In (Sltrit for Tlioso
A'In PnM i:jiittliutfloii for tlm
. (Special to The Bulletin.)
I f rttrun titltwim u m n.
i.uur.ii iiiuuur,, rinil n. l lie i
Lower Bridge People held it farewell t
aoclal at tho school hotnw Hatunlayi
evening for tho men who have been'
drafted. Thcro was a ahort miiHlcall
(program, end tho farewell addreas
hy L. K. Illco, after which overy one
MnnTani'fn UhSSO. S60. $(r. 10 per ctnl ca,h
manzanita S2W Mnnlhh
and lots $75 o $ 1 50.00
At 1 . . IN(J .V LOAN
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M O N KV TO I.OA N
Anil InvenUgate our prices
before buying your gTocerloa.
We can aare you money.
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Ilal.HJ UlUl AVICUUUV II
No Want loo Bi$No Want loo Small
That Baef's Grocery cant fill for you
And deliver promptly mid In the Ixml condition. Our
Rrocerlea, produce, fruit lire nltvnya freali. Our annltary
rcfrlrator counter kecpa our dairy wductn cool and
frcah. Jlcxtprlccfl In canncil iroutU of tho beat brand.
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BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUI,LDNI-j-
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
lcT" BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.