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HKNO HULLKTIN, IIKND, OKKtiON, Tlll'llSDAV, HKPTKMIlKIt UO, 1017
busy with hay work
Seek to Finish Work In Time to At
tend tho HUtcr Flr Scheduled,
for Next Tuesday.
(Specln'l to Tho Dultetln)
CLOVEIMALK, Sept. 19. Nearly
nil tho farmers are busy cutting their
second crop of hay anil Retting ready
tor tho Sisters fair.
Mrs. (Jeorgo Cyrus and daughters.
Esthor and la Dona, returned home
Sunday from Madras, whero they
have been visiting Mrs. Cyrus' sister,
Mrs. Frank Kolley ami son and
daughter Arrived Saturday nt the
liome of Mrs. n. J. Skelton. Mrs.
Kclloy will move to Dend In a few
tlays, so Miss KeJlcy can attond high
school there this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kline moved
to the Wilson saw mill north of Sis
ters. Monday. Mr. Kline is going to
-work In tho mill and Mrs. Kline will
cook for the mill crew.
Opal was the guest of Idella Miller
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mrs. Farrcn spent Saturday and
Monday nlcklnr cooseberrlcs at the
XJcorge Cyrus placo.
Mr. and Mrs. Uerling were calling
on Mr. and Mrs. Cutler Sunday after
noon. Cutters live on tho Weston
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Van Matre
"went over to Mrs. Skclton's place
Sunday afternoon to see Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Harold were dinner
guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and iMrs. W. W. Van Matre
and family spent Sunday, at tho H. C.
Mrs. Green Heard was calling on
Mrs. Miller Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon.
daughter Harriett. Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Shearer and daughter ltuth, spent
Saturdav evening in Dend.
Miss Margery Young, of Redmond,
spent Sunday visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs W. K. Young.
Mrs. Henry Young and daughter
Thelma returned to their homo at
Yiincoubor on Wednesday evening,
accompanied by Mrs. Fred llurke. I
who expects to remain several weeks.
I.. J. McDanlels and Trim Huston i
attended court In Prlnevlllo last week I
J. K. Warner was unfortunate In I
i losing a good milk cow last week i
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Wilson. I
I Sophia and Mux Strixner, Fred nnd
Will Drown. G. F. Hobbs. Mr. audi
Mrs. Walter Foster and Mr and Mrs '
Wait Morse attended tho dance at
Miss Ada Morse sjtent the week ,
end at the K. A. Hussett ranch
Carl Charlton has purchased the
car formerly owned by 1'ete Perry i
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Morse, of Post,
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Walter I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shearer and
daughter, Ruth, spent Sunday visiting
the parents of Mrs. Shearer, Mr and
Mrs. Charles Oerwcller, at the Oer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. t)kk
and Frank Long and Ruth Foster,
were among those who attended the
Terrebonno dance Friday orenln I
Mrs. J. P. Bowman and daughters,
Violet and Kathcrlne. Mrs. Frank)
Smith, accompanied by Mrs. McKM
fresh, of Terrebonne, left for the
John Day country Thursday of last
PLAN ANNUAL DANCE
AT POWELL BUTTE
Will Cclebruto Ifervrt Willi Party at
Grange Hall on September 28,
(Special to Tho Rulletln.)
POWELL nUTTE. Sept. ID. The
-annual harvest dance will tako plat
September 28 at tho Community hall.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bayn, Hazel
Dayn and J. A. Hlggs spent Sunday
at the Core orchard.
Miss Cclla Manseau has a new
Ford, presented to her by her father.
John Tuck also has a new Ford.
Mr. French enjoyed hlll-cllmbing
on Broken Top Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linster, of
Dcnd, and their son, Alf Linster.
from Portland, spent Sunday at the
E A. Dussett ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Reaves Wlllcoxon,
Mrs. E-A. Dussett, Fay Dussett and
"Mrs. Alma Hall were Uend visitors
Ora Foster started his threshing
machine out Monday morning and
expects quite a run.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oerweller, of
Uho Ocrwellor mill visltod with Mr
ml Mrs. J. M. Shearer on Tuesday of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hall, son Er
nest, Mrs. Reaves Wltieoxou and Mrs.
Alma Hall spent Wednesday of last
week In Dend.
J. E. Warner, Ed. Barnard. Joe
Elliott and Ross Dussett spent Thurs
day of last week in Prlnevlllo on bus
iness connected -with tho building of
the new school.
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You Are Cordially Invited to Attend
Formal Fall Opening
Saturday, Sept 29, 1917
Intensely Interesting to All Women
of High Fashion Attainments are
the New Fall Modes.
MOVE NEAR SCHOOL
Mls lAtra Crow to Spend Winter In
Iloiid Mr. nnd Mrs. Wliltukrr
Return From Vallrj.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Sept. 19. Miss Lora
Crow went to Dend to attend high
school this winter.
Mr. Ashieys, from tho Duttes. will
live on Hugh Crow's ranch this win
ter so tho children can go to school.
Mrs. Burr Dlack and Jesse Dlack
made a trip to the N'lncty Six ranch
Messrs Peck and Zierolt wero bus
iness visitors on Duck Creek last Sat
urday. Master Gerald Hicks spent a few
days at C. D. Harmon's whllo his
mother was In Dcnd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whltaker have
returned from the Willamette Valley,
where they visited for six weeks.
Mrs. Jlmmle Drlckcy called at
Crow's last Saturday.
Dan McArthur went to Dend last
Tuesday aftor seed rye and supplies.
Mr. Best and family, of Stauffer.
spent Wednesday night at the Har
mon ranch whllo on their way to
Dend to spend the winter.
It has been our aim to bring together Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists
and Millinery, correct in style and withal meeting the popular price demands.
We believe this exhibit fulfills every style and price demand for exclusive
Garments and Millinery. JOur showing will be exceptionally large and
complete. Fall Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts and Waists, in splendid array.
OUR MILLINERYj'is among the most exclusive and unusual to be had.
Our display will include ever Three Hundred Pattern Hats, in Sport, Tailored
Dress and Semi-Dress and Motor Hats. Hats that are not just experiments,
but acknowledged and approved styles, at prices that are sure to bring you
back to our store.
We spent weeks comparing and sifting the offerings of the diderent markets and now the rest ills await yon.
Don't forget the date
Saturday, Sept. 29
WAR HOKSKS IiniTCHT i
ON ALFALFA FARMS
. Watch our Windows
7m$tititian$ Friday gggfo-
. v. J. ' Open Saturday Morning at 9 o'clock
129 i in in ii mini imbt
Corner Wall and Oregon Sts.
(Special to The Bulletin.) t
ALFALFA. Sept. 17 Several
horses are being sold for war purpos
es from this locality.
C. H. Hardy is planning extensive'
Improvements to his h6ute. He wild
build an addition and remodel the
Frank Ogle and Albert Shultz were
attending to business In Dend Tuesday.
Central Oregon Bank
' " J. "K. HU.NTKIt, President
CAKLKTO.V D. SWIFT, Vlco-Prcsldent
K. P. MAHAKFtiV. -nd Vice-President,
II. M. BTKPHIJ.VH! Cuhhlcr
I'K.VDKL WAITK, Assistant Cashier
D. E. Hunter W. h. O'DonncIl CnrJrton II. Hvvlft
K. I". Muliuffey II. M. Stephen
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
rtnlnh Stnnrk and family. Carl Lar
son and Frank Tattl motored to Dcnd)
Sunday evening, Mr. Smock remain
ing In town, where he Is employed
In the box factory
Mrs. Martin Palmlund came out
from Dend Thursday to visit her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pyall.
Mrs Kate Colvln. Miss Kdlth Dush
noil and Story Dushnell, of Itnhurts,
visited at the Shultz home Monday
Curt Holloway and wife gave a
fa re wo 1 1 dlnnor Sunduy for Mrs. J,
F. Clarko and sons, who left for Port
i SISTERS SAW MILL
RESUMES ITS WORK
TruckH mid Trams Will Bo Dotty
HnulliiK Lumber Ki Itedinonri
(Special to the Dullntln.)
8ISTKH8, Sept. 18. The Sisters
saw mill Is now running full handed
am' there Is a crew In the woods rub
ting Ioks. Kd. Spoo has purchased a
new auto truck that will be used forj
hauling lumber to iiotimnnii ana inr
hauling logs to tho mill. Anthony
Hoacli has been engaged In the sumo
work for soma time and It Is tho In
tention of Messrs. Itoaeh and Spoo
to keop their truckH running night
and day. Besldos the trucks there
are toatns angaged In hauling lumber
andJfigs. Tho Wilson saw mill near
hero Is now running. The on tiro cut
of tho mill has boon contracted for
and It Is the intention of the mana
ger, J. O. Wilson, to run steadily un
til tho snow fllos If moil can bo found
to work. Tho mill has had to shut
down several tlmos during tho soason
on account of tho labor situation.
Already now famlllos have moved
to town and every houso is occupied,
There Is every Indication that Sisters
will becomo a lively Industrial center
within tho near future
Tho new residence of aoorgo Messcr
Is noarlng complexion.
E. Graham has purchased tho res
idence property .belonging to F. M.
It. J. Skelton was In town Sunday,
J, 0. McKlnnoy Is building a now
house on his ranch noar Sisters, W.
M. Farthing has tho vork in charge
Fred McKlnney is (Ittlng up a log
ging wagon and will log for the Wil
P. II. Davis Is attending court nt
Prlnevllle as a witness In the Springer
Mr. and Mrs. A. Templetou were
In town Sunday.
Mrs. M. Bailey, who recently re
turned from Portland where she took
a short course In Hod Cross work,
lias organlzod a Bed Cross nuxlllnry
In Sisters. Meetings are held every
Thursday at Mrs. Bailey's home near
Mrs. Dalley has applied for spare
for a demonstration booth nt the 8's
ters fair. Her son, Curtis, was the
first volunteer from Sisters after war
was declured. i
The war was brought nearer to us
when several of our young men ri'-l
reived notice to appear at American
Lake, September 19. Among those
receiving the call to service were
Homer Orngnn, Linn Wilson, Herbert i
McKlnney and Shelby Allen. j
(Continued on Page 7 ) I
ECONOMIC AND MILITARY
PR EPA REDNESS
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
In addition to camplata caursaa In ganaral and
aclantllla aducatlen, cll.ra full opporlunlllaa In
MILITARY DRILL) DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ARTS AND COMMERCE
Plan far affacllva futura aarvlca. Yaur country
naadalt. Sand far fraallluatratadbaaklata.Traln
tha Brain farPaaca ar War" and "Tha Waman and
tha Unlvaralty," Addraaa Raglatrar,
UNIVERSITY OF QREGOH, Eugene, Oregon
And Investigate our price
liefuro buying your groceries.
Wo enn save ynu money,
Mllllrnil. Ora. Tnlnniwina
Ollim IAe ii. None Kttpt Ul.
trf. Salei luve doulilnl in pU
Phono llr.1 131
U they are weak and are not attended to right on the start.
A little attention nt first may wivo a lot of trouble luter, Our laltorutoi'v U
ruady to turn out tint oxuut ilecu of work you may need. Kxnmlrmtloni ant
free. I am locuted lioru jioniiiinontly and will bu ublo to unswur for tho
work I have done,
Optometrist DR. C. H. FRANCIS
with Myron II, Slmoni, O'Kane BuilJini