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LOWER HRIDGE GIRL
IN TACOMA SCHOOL
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
l.OWKH ltUIDOK. Oct 2- Mr and
Irs. Kidder and son. ot rortland.
Merc vIsltltiK with their daughter.
Jlrs. L A.Jlunt. the past week.
Gus StacllK was a Uedmond vis
itor on Friday.
Miss Kern Walters left Thursday
evening for Taooma. where she will
attend high school this year.
I. A. Hunt made, a business trip
to Redmond Thursday.
Mr Wilson Is shearing sheep at the
liosklns ranch this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard. Lester
Holloway, I.. P. Klce und Frank
Vhapniau wore anions those attend
Ins the sale at Ogg's last Tuesday.
Mrs. A. S. Holmes was a guest at
.Mrs. Campbell's Wednesday.
Mrs. C. V. Hosklns, Marlon and
IN'aoml Hoklna motored To the Wil
son mill Wednesday.
Mrs. HarrlnRton. Denxll Harring
ton and Jerry OroszkreuRer attend
ed the Sisters Fair.
Mr and Mrs. David Mllburn were
chopping In Redmond Tuesday.
Charlie Hlscock has his threshing
machine rebuilt and started thresh
ing at Gu StadlR's Thursday.
Marlon lToslns was a Bend visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard and Les
ter Holloway were In Redmond Frl
C. F. Hosklns received three calves
IromTIUnmook Thursday, and ex
pects a shipment oaeh week.
Several ot the men from Lower
Bridge attended the water meeting
at Clovredale Saturday afternoon.
birthiJay party at
pringle flat home
Mr. Han-)' Kvnnn Klertnt h SvIkmiI
Clerk to Itoplare Mrs. lnK
Who Moed to lleinl.
(Special In The nulletln.)
PRIXGLK FLAT. Oct. 2. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Brans entertained last
Saturday evening In honor of their
daughter. Miss Nine, the occasion be
ing the latter's fifteenth birthday.
At the school meeting call ml a
short time ago, Mrs. Harry Kvana
tloc ted clerk In plac of Mrs. Archie
Pavls who has moved to Vend.
Clyde Iialsley and Harry Kvans.
Jr. are homo from the mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Palmer have
moved from the mill to their home
atead. Eighteen children are enrolled at
the Prlngle Flat school.
MIm Lillian Hamlin is staying with
her aunt, Mrs. Stetson. wnll attend-
hoo at the Flat.
Mrs. Stetson has moved Into the
Rivers houM. uhra she will Mve
t il year
Potato digging hu started In this
v . inlty.
Mrs. Webber presented the school
'tu a new flag rope.
SISTERS FAIR RATED
AS VERY SUCCESSFUL
Keen Interest Kvincwl In the I'rle
AuunU l-'iuuurlnl Outlook
.Now KeoiiiN lJ,onibt.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
SISTERS. Oct. 8. The SMers fair
h.ld Spiember 26, 26 and 27, was a
aurcees from the start and the agri-
Central Oregon Bank
I). K. lIL'NTim, I'rohldont
OARLHTO.V II. HWIIT, Vlro-1'rut.Ideiit
K. I MAIIAI'I'KV, Sincl Vlco-l-rosldent,
II. M. KTKI'IIKNH, Cnsliler
Fi:.VDi:L WAIT!:, Asxlstuut Cuhlilcr
I). E. Hunter IV. h. O'Donnell Carleton II, Hwlt
K. 1'. Maliuffcy II. M. Stephen
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
cultural exhibit sas the best ever
seen here. The $IR cash prlxe for
the best display of farm products fell
to Mrs. Kd Mills, while W. It. Abbey
was the winner of tfie $15 cash prlio
for the best garden exhibit. Mrs
II. K. Allen was the winner of the
watch bracelet offered for the best
display of canned fruits and vege
tables. A popular feature of the fair
this year It was the Baby Show, under
the personal patronage of Mrs. II. L.
Corbett. of Portland. Or Waldron
and Ir. Myers, of Portland, were In
charge and a large number of babies
were entered and scored. The results
from tho eugenic tests will not be
known until returns come from Port
land. Mrs. A. M. Prlngle's baby, ot
Bond, received the prize for the best
looking baby at the show
The fair promises to be a success
POWELL BUTTE SHEEP
BRING LARGE PRICE
Sixteen Dollar n Head Is Pnlil by Kd.
Itariinrtl For n Flock In
cluding KM) Sheep.
(Special to The Bulletin I
POWKLL UL'TTK. Oct. 2 Kd.
Barnard purchased 400 head of sheep
last week for a consideration of $16
K. N. Hall returned from Pendle
ton the tore part of last week
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ituwett visited
relatives at the McKlnley mill oh
Mr. and Mrs Wm. Wilson spent
a tew days the fore part of last week
attending to business In Portland.
Grandma Brown visited several
days at the G. F. Shohert ranch last
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, of Port
land, are visiting with Mrs. Case'
sister. Mrs. K. N. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. lto Ruett. Mr. and
Mrs. Reave Willcoxon and Mr. and
Mrs. D. It. "French made a trip to Cove
Orchard last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Usui. Mum
liaiel Bayn and J. A. Itlgice spent Sat
urday evening In Bend.
MIm Jessie Hartley visited with
Mrs. J. F. Rice from Fr'.dav afternoon
Miss Fay IiUMeti vU'ted friend
a id re.'atlvee in Bend and Uedniouil
tnt f trt of the week
.Mr aid Mrs. I. M S'icrr. r a-1
d-. ichici. Ruth. v'i':ii with M.
-heavr' parents. M . and Mrs. Chm.
Oreweller. at the Orewi-llr mill Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Ilrowi. returned from
Portland and Vanoit sr the first of
last k after i ii week' visit
with friends and re.ai'te.
Mr. ami Mm. IImvh U'lllrnxo'i
were Rend visitors on Tueidiv or latt
Mrs. J. M. Shearer ant Mrs. Allen
Willcoxon spent Wedneniiay sfc.r
noon of last week In Rend.
Mrs. A. W. Ray'n. Mine IUu-1 Ban
and J. A. Rfga visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Bayn at Deschutes on rueaday
of last week.
Mr. and Mrs Walter Foitr and
sin returned from Pendleton the mid
dle ot last week.
EAST END SCHOOL IS
(Kpei-lal to The Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Ort. I. It. R. Keller
visiter with his brother and family
wb.ie at Bend after lumber for 0.
Caldwell Monday, and returned Tile-
G. Caldwell Is having mora sheop
brought out to Sloan's ranch,
Chan. OrnffcuhcrKor inndo n trip to
Bond after another load ot lumber
W. W. Grlnsteiul also got a load
of lumber this week.
I.. B. Keller ami family, front Bund,
visited with the F. Tnuscher family
Mrs. It. It. Keller ami children and
Mrs. J. J. Holland were at tho Beat
son place Monday.
Win. Kn tin and u carpenter from
Bend uro busy building tho Kast Nud
P. B. Johnson made a buslno trip
to Bend Thursday.
L A. Hall Is building a milk house
tor P. B. Johnson.
Vernon Clevenger and 1. L. Owen
found Clevenger's four cows, which
turned up missing the past week. In
Lee lllggs' corral at Hampton.
R It Keller shot two cojotes while
herding sheep Thursday.
TO WINTER IN SOUTH
(Speclnl to The Bulletin.)
TF.RRKUONNK. Oct. It. Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Benton nud little daugh
ter, lintel, left Sunday morning for
Kseondldo, California, where they
will spend the winter.
P. C. Churchman, of Sheridan. Ore
gon. Is here visiting his daughter.
Mrs. W. O. Ralston.
Mrs J R. Helfrlch, who recentl)
moved to Bend, came down Sunday,
returning on the evening train.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Galbrlnth. c.i
companled by Mrs. M. C. Davidson.
Mrs. C. C. Hdo and Mrs. C. M. Peck
ham, attended tho special meetings
In Redmond which are being con
ducted by Rev. Lyons.
Mrs. F. K Mnrtx. of Bend, npent
Saturday here visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Ilelgel.
Threshing Is going on now In this
vicinity. C. A. Douglas' machine
started out last week.
YAKIMA MAN TAKES
PLEASANT RIDGE HAY
(Special to The Bulletin )
PLKASANT RIDGK. Oct 2 Mr
Ahlstront has sold his hay at iH a
ton to a Yakima buer.
Mr. and Mrs O. K. Anderson at
tended the Tumalo Fair on Frldey
Mrs. J A Chase, Rasmus Vttn hi
and Mrs. Johansen were business rail
ers In Redmond Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs Jake Peterson were
called to Bend Sunday to attend th
funeral of her brother-in-law, who
died Saturday night
J. A. Chase. Wayne Chase. Mr
Jones. Mr. Hew Ins and Mr. Scott are
helping Mr Baughnian hay this week
Mrs. Whltemore was a caller at the
J. A. Chase home Saturday.
Rasmus Peterson finished baling
hay last Monday and has haled for
Antonn Ahlstrom. Mr. Warner and
W. II. Gray this week.
O. K. Anderson bought eight head
ot young stork at the Ogg sale.
Mrs. Greenhnlgh. Mr. Conlln and
wife and daughter were callers at
the J. A. Chase home Sunday.
The oldest son of Mr. and Mrs
Jouee came home from the lumber
ing camps for a vacation and a visit
with his parents recently.
Mis Ktta Chaee left Tuesday for
Bend to work for Mrs. Anderson.
Noah Gray rut sweet clover for O.
K. Anderson this week.
II. A. GarliM-k and family arrived
In Pleasant Ridge Monday and moved
Into their rei-rntl) purch'awed from
Mr Mailer) lost a heifer Friday.
See J. Ryan & C'j., fur farm land
USERS HOLD MEETING
iSiliool IIi.h'JI I'ui.lls Knrolleil MIm,
Dorotli) Mi-('iillc) N
(Special to The Bulletin.) '
CLOVKRDALK. Oct. I The Wa
ter Users' Association held a uiMtu.ng
'Saturday afternoon at tho home ot
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Abbey spout
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Harold
' Kline at the Wilson saw mill near
Miss Mary Fry rear la spending a
few days at home with her parents, ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F Fryrear She is I
working in the court house at 1'rine-!
School started Monday, Septemberl
24, with 24 children enrolled The
, school dismissed Wednesday for the
Mr and Mr. Frank Arnold. Mr
and Mrs Itri Hudson, Mr und Mrs
Anil Investigate our price
before buying your groceries).
Wo tun uvo you money,
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcjin, Ore. Telephone
Othett like it. None Keepi Let.
ter. Salei have doubled in ptit
Phone Red 131
Harold Kline, Idelln nud Hurl Mil
ter, Veru Hkolton and Dean nud Lil
lian Van Mntro attended tho Misters
Fair dance Wednesday night.
A big sharo of the Cloverdnlo peo
ple attended the Fair Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday. All reported
u flue time.
Clyde llauck and (llad.xs Brandon
burgh were supper guoHts at the W
W Van Mntro homo last Thursday
evening. Gladys BraiideuburKb Is u
nleco of Mrs Van Matre.
Freil N. Van Matre, of Bend, Is
fin nitwit at the Wing mill at Sisters,
formerly the Duckett mill.
II. C. Miller Is hauling lumbur front
Sisters to finish his new house.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Templelou
have moved to Sisters, where Mr.
Templutou will work In the mill. Mr.
nud Mrs. Cutter will rent their place
for a year.
Mrs. II (). Wilson and Arvllla were
shopping In Redmond Monday.
Miss Dorothy MeCulloy. of Terre
bonne, is teaching tho Cloverdale
school nnd Is boarding at Mrs Anderson's.
IN TUMALO DISTRICT
(Speclnl to Tho Bulletin)
Tl'MALO. Oct 2. Mr. Parsons'
thresher came bark Into the neigh
borhood Saturday morning, thresh
ing for C. P. Becker and Mr. Black
wood. Mrs. Taylor Is slowly recovering
from her recent Illness.
Phillip Smith sold his laud Inst
Mr. and Mrs. C Steffen, who pur
chased Mr. Mack's place, will take
i possession this week.
, Mr. and Mrs. Mack will visit In the
southern part of tho state for a while
They expect to go down Into Cali
fornia for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs J. N. Williamson, of
Prluevllle. were at C. P. Becker's
Monday and sold them n amall hunch
of sheep, about (5 head.
D A Kennedy nud family left Mon
day for Washington. They will visit
Mrs Kennedy's brother, who lives
north of Spokane, for a while before
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartley and
little son and their uelghlfors. Mr
and Mrs Krug, drove to Pendleton
to attend the Itniiiid-t'p. They report
a great time
STOCK MOVED, DUE TO
SCARCITY OF HAY
(Special to The Bulletin I
, HAMITON IirTTK. Oct 1 - ('has
James and family left last Tm-adat
for the winter. Not belHg able to
get hay In this vicinity for their tmk
1 they were obliged to move them out
i nearer Bend. ,
Mr. J. M. Brlckey and son. Jim-
Mule, returned from the John Da) i
country Monday with a load of fruit '
I ('. L. Illnman and Cecil Alberta
passed through here Friday on their,
' wny to Bend.
Royce James took Wray's slag fr '
1 Bend Inst Saturday.
Norval Brown was a visitor at
Brookings' store Friday.
Mrs. J (). Whltuker was a visitor,
in this neighborhood Tuesday I
Jlmmle Brlckey is helping Horace1
Brookings haul woml this wek. i
S. II. Merrill, of Harney Holes, wss
a gueet at the Brookings Hotel Ihsi
night, lie recovered ome of his ai
tie which strayed from his home
J .Mllburn Meeks Is on tin- mk
MISS M'CULLOY OPENS
(Special to The Bulletin.)
CLOVKRDALK. Sept. 2fi The
Cloverdale school started Mouda)
morning. Sept. 24, with Miss Dorothy
MeCulloy, of Terrebonne, as teacher
Mrs. Frank Arnold and Mrs. Bert
Hudson were shopping In Redmond
Morris Williams, who lias been
working for J V. Aldrlth. wuit to
Sisters Sunday to work In the aaw
Geo Cyrus went over near lla
istaik Sunday to get a load of fruit
Do your eyes
can help you,
School children should take .special care of thuir oyori,
They are the best friends they have.
Optometrist DR. C. H. FRANCIS
with Myron II. Simons, O'Kane DuilJinif
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
1 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
WE SELL FOR LESS
SEE US IF YOU ARE FIGURING
ON LARGE ORDERS
Wo Spccializo on Camp and Stockmen's Supplies
TRI-STATE TERMINAL CO.
Viola Miller and Lillian Van Matre
were calling on Gladys Parberry Sun
Mrs B. C. Kline was calling on
Mrs. R. O. Andrus Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cyrus went to
Bend last Thursday to have some
dental work done. Tom Arnold took
them In his car.
Mrs. Ray Abbey and Mrs N. N
Bobbins were shopping In Redmond
Georgn Cyrus had the misfortune
to lino u steer last week which bloat
ed on clover
W W. Collins made n business trip
to Redmond Thursday
Horses and Mules will be sold to the
highest bidder and must be halter
broke. Army buyers and men from
largest horse dealers in the Northwest
will be in attendance at this big sale
Stock will l)t- fed ly the cotninittcc ttt actual cost . A
five per c'tit out Mission will l?ch irsd on all horses
sold, to cover eost ofudvertisinjj, labor, auctioneer, etc .
JJAMES THRALL. Auctioneer.
Redmond Stock Yards
For Furtlirr PartuuLr. jJurcti
GUY E. DOHSON. C. 1 1. IJAGGOTT. R. A. WARD
Clerk Manager County Ai!t.
Redmond. Oregon Reunion. Oregon RcJmonu. Ore
flicker when you read
as the trouble may be
SIX YEAR OLD DIES ,,
(From Monday's Dally.) t
Cora Kllza Kakman, aged six yearn,
two mouths and elevrti days, tiled Ink'
night ut the homo of her aunt. Mr-i
M. It. Howe, from tuhnrrulosls Hh
had been III five months. The rhlt
Is survived by her father, C F Kak
man, and a sister. The funeral I
bo held tomorrow morning at 1 i
o'clock from Nlswongor's' uudertal
? Perhaps we
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER