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SURPRISE PARTY AT
PRINGLE FLAT HOME
fBpoctal to The Ilullctln.)
TRINOLK FLAT. Oct. 17 (Jcorpo
Tioebc was anrceahlr surprised Inst
Saturday evening when a party of his
neighbors and frlonds walked In and
took possession or his home. Tho
BVrnlnff was pleasantly passed In
playing games and dancing.
Sunday afternoon Martin flrabcr
untertalned twenty of his neighbors
at dinner. Sunday evening the crowd
ndjourncd to Mr. Brans' .place whero
u delightful evening was spent.
Tho Women's Country club will
meet a week from Saturday with
Mrs. Stetson at tho home of Mrs.
F. J. Hamlin. All ladles In tho
Mrs. S. E. llarber left for Prlue
vll'n Monday morning.
Hob Talnicr made a trip to Hcnd
F. J. Hamlin made a trip to tho
Maury Mountain anlll this week.
George lleeuo hauled planks from
the mill on Tuesday.
Harry Evans, Joe Hallmeyer and
Archie Gay left for Bend to work
this winter, last Tuesday.
Mrs. Dantclsnn, Mrs. Evans and
Mrs. Dalsley made a trip to Brothers
THRESHING IS ON
lUlty Girl Arrives nt 11. K. Itnjil
Home Women Drhe to Iteil-
I has practically doubled since tho be
ginning of tho school year and more
Tho Sisters Saw Mill Co. has pur
chased the timber on the townslte
south of the town and a crew of men
are nt work falling tho timber. When
Ithls Is done a better view of tho Sis
ters mountains can be had from
Dave Miller has purchased a lot
In Sisters and Is building a house
E. N Hobhlns has rented the Jef
fries houso and has moved his family
to town to be near tho school. Mr.
Kobblns Is working tor the Sisters
J. N. Qulberg's bam near town
was burned to tho ground Friday
evening. Tho barn was filled with
hay and the loss Is estimated nt
$2000. The flro was started by
children playing with uiatchos In tho
Mrs. E. M. Harrington has gone to
tho valley via the McKcnxlo Pass.
Mrs. Harrington Is visiting her moth
er, Mrs. J. M. Allen, formerly of this
F. M. Zumwalt was In Hcnd last
weok attending court as a Juryman.
Hnrvo Vincent was a visitor In
J. O. McKlnney has returned from
a recent business trip to The Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 1,. Shaw made a
business, trip to Bend one day last
Miss Muriel Edmondson and Miss
Ethel Vincent, who have been at
tending tho lledmond high school,
nre home on account of the utmrun
tino of the schools of lledmond dua
to an epidemic of scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Perry have
moved to Washington state.
Incus callers nt tho Anderson Bros,
saw mill Friday.
Arthur Warner nttondod Iho bas
ketball social nt DcschulcH Saturday
W. II. Doty Is 'building n fluo root
Mrs. O. K. Anderson and Mrs.
Wayne chnso were business callurs
In Hedmoud Thursday.
George Gray will move onto the
Warner property for tho winter.
Mr. Warner passed Saturday and
Sunday with his family In Itedmond.
Noah Gray Is In tho vicinity of Ter
rebonne threshing grnln.
MRS. RUSSETT ACTS
AS CLUB HOSTESS
(Special to The Bulletin.)
CI.OVEKDAM?. Oct. 17. The
threshing machine Is In this vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Miller's son,
Ivan Miller, and wife and II. C. Mil
ler's brother arrived at th!r home
Sunday to visit them for a few days.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Boyd
on October ! a daughter.
Mrs. Rcna Cyrus and sister. Miss
Jessie Iham. -who is visiting her, were
calling on Mrs. Myrtle Arnold Sun
Dean Van Matrc and Earl Miller
aro working In tho saw mills at Sis
ters. Idolla Miller stayed with Mrs. H.
J. Skelton last weok while Mr. Skel
ton was In Bend on the Jury.
Dan Forrcn's mother has been on
tho sick list tho past week.
Mrs. J. L. Aldrlch was shopping
In Sisters one day last week.
Mrs. Rena Cyrus and sister were
shopping in Sisters Saturday.
Mrs. Myrtle Arnold. Mrs. B. C.
Cllno and Mrs. It. J. Skelton went to i
Jlcdmond last Tuesday. Tom Arnold
took them in his car.
Little Evelyn Cllne was quite sick
the first of last wee):. She Is staying
with her grandmother during her
II. O. Wilson -was helping W. W.
Van Matrc stack grain Thursday.
Mrs. It. C Miller and Mrs. Henry
Beard went ovor near Itedmond last
week and got a load of fruit.
PLEASANT RIDGE MAN
BUYS FARM PROPERTY
(Special to The Bulletin.)
POWEhl, BUTTE, Oct. lO.Mrn.
Henry Tweet was a Bend visitor on
Tuesday of last week.
Allen and Heaves Wlllcoxon nt
tcndei1 to business In Bend on Wed
nesday afternoon of last week.
Miss llaxel Bayu left on Thursday
evening for San Francisco whero she
will spend tho winter with her sister,
Mrs. Arthur Mulner.
Tho Sornsls club met at tho com
munity hall Wednesday nftoruoon of
last week, Mrs. E. A. Bussett acting
as hostess. Those present spent u
most enjoyable afternoon.
Clyde Moore, who Is stationed nt
Vancouver, took advantage of n 4S
hour furlough and visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. It. U. Moore, from
Saturday evening until Sunday ev
ening. Mr. McCoy left for Portland Satur
day evening to attend to shipping his
household goods and will move to the
place formerly owned by C. C. Mont
gomery on h's return.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown spent
Sunday afternoon and evening In
Mrs. E. A. Bussett. Fay Iluusott.
Grandma Brown and Gladys Pauls
moved to Prlnevllle Sunday evening,
whero Miss Fay anil Gladys will at
tend high school.
Louis Burson moved to Prlnnvlllo
Saturday to attend high school this
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlltcoxon at
tended the show In Bond Sunday ev
ening. Boss Bussett was a business visitor
In Bend Monday morning.
The fair nt Prlnevllle was well rep
resented from this section.
Tom Casey, who has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. E X. Hall, left
for Portland Friday evening.
Miss Jennie Pyntt enmn out from
Bend Friday ovnttlng to visit homo
folks over Sunday.
Donovan Smock has entered the
Albert Kerry Is attending tho Bond
high school this year.
Mr. nud Mrs, Wllllnm Pyntt nre
visiting relatives In Itedmond after
a week's stay In Alfalfa,
W. M. Kerry sold his Bulck ear
last week and while In Itedmond
Thursday purchased on Overland.
C II. Hardy nud family motored
to Bend Tuesday with u veal tor tho
Lester Barber has gouo to Tacomn
whero ho will attend school,
Will Spencer nud family wilt move
to tho plneo known as tho Itedtleld
ranch In order to bo near thu school.
Arthur Mertschlng came over from
Dry Creek to assist In the general
roundup on thu Tumalo range this
It. It. Keller nud children will
make n luminous trip to Bend Mon
day, expecting lo return thu following
A. I), Norton went to Bend Satur
day to work another mouth,
Mr, nud Mrs, L. Glens were out to
sou tho A, I). Norton family recently.
Levi Smith and family, who have
been living on tho Cliff Evans place
and caring for his stock the pant
Riimmnr, moved onto their own claim
recently. Mrs. Cliff Evans anil chil
dren nre now living on their liinne
stead, Mrn. L Hr'tmnrl ami children
moved lo lleml recently.
W, W. Gi'lnnlead called at tho
(Continued on pngo 7.)
FRANK PRINCE WIRES
(From Monday's Dally.)
"Expect to be gone ouo of those
days but will return with n lock of
Kaiser Bill's hair. Paul Hosmer left)
two weeks ago for Franco."
So rends n telegram sent by Frnnk!
Prince to Ward Coblo yostordny. This
Is the first word received from Mr.
Prince since his arrival nt the head
quarters of the Twentieth Engineers
1., Washington, 1). C.
Shoes for Real Service
OlMl HPECIAI.TV IH TO MAKE HIIOKH THAT
HTANII THE TUHT
Is espectnlly made for this kind of country None are bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A hnndsomo serviceable dress shoo for men, Cannot bo
tienten tor tho money. Give these shoos n trlnl,
A. HANSON LOGGER.
The A, Hnnson l.oKKor Shoes of Threo Lakes, Wis,, aro
bnud-iuade and cue of thu very bent of Its kind. Special matin
lo order work taken for thin shoo,
l1'.TO.KATIC HIIOK REPAIRING
R. H. LOVEN
r ,.,,-. -.,,. ,-r ,js,..qv , . n
MILLICAN CHILI) HAS
BIRTHDAY PARTY 1
It. Scott Secure Ituucli Near Terre-
Ihiiiiic Kueet Closer Crop N
Tltrclicl for the Sect!.
TUMALO CLUB DANCE
IS SUCCESSFUL ONE
Total Not Yet Rmchetl Children
Play With MatcliCK, Sturt &!0OO
J'iro In Hay I tarn.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
SISTERS. Oct, 17 Tho number of
pupils attending- the Sisters school
'Special to The Bulletin)
PLEASANT RIDGE. Oct 17. It.
Scott, who traded his ranch for Port
land property somo time ago, bought
a ranch at Terrebonne this week. Mr.
Scott passed the summer months with
BUI Gift has been helping Rasmus
Peterson haul baled hay. to Deschutes
Mr. and Mrs. Scott were business
callers at Terrebonne Tuesday.
Rasmus Peterson was In Redmond
Tuesday, having repair work done on
Mr. Metcalf was hauling sweet
clover to Noah Gray's place to be
threshed, this week.
Andrew Nelson made a business
trip to Bond last Monday.
F. B. Baughman lost a valuable
milk cow this weok.
Earl Woods left for Malm!. Arizo
na, Thursday evening. Ho Intends
to stay thero until spring.
Carl Woods, of Sisters, brought a
herd of cattlo ovor in this vicinity
this week for pasture.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson made a bus
iness trip to Bond Tuesday.
Claude Mullory lost a fine heifer
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bryan, of
Cllne Falls, wore business callers
at tho W. II. Gray ranch on Friday.
Albert McCormlck was a Band bus
iness visitor Wednesday.
O. E. Anderson finished stacking
his sweet ciovor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chase were bus-
I Men I,so Auto Wlirn It I'ntrltc
Flro Friday Afternoon Wlillo
Ia'U la Ilimil.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
TUMALO. Oct. 16 Tho club
danco Saturday night was a small
affair but quite an enjoyable one.
Mrs. Dickinson furnished music.
Little Ramon Marsh was qultn HI
tho latter part of last week but Is
Harry and Ciarcnco Simpson and
E. It. Phelps had the misfortune to
loso tholr car last Friday afternoon.
They had driven to town for Mr.
Dunn and had gone somo distance
from It to work. Upon their return
to go home they found It Ju-U n pile
of ashes, whore It had In somo man
ner caught fire and burned.
Grovsr and Ray Gerklng were rid
ing for cattlo last week. They find
tho cattle are badly scattered and
will causo thorn to ride for a longer
porlod than usual th's fall.
The women mot at Mrs. J. J Conn's
last Friday, to saw for the soldiers.
They will meot next Friday at Mrs.
J. A. Marsh's.
Lcona Park Is 111 with scarlet
HAVE CLUB MEETING
Central Oregon Bank
I). E. HUNTER, President
CARLETON . SWIFT, Vico-I'resldent
K. I. MAHAKFKY, 2nd Vice-President,
11. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
FENDEL WA1TE, Assistant Caalilor
D. E. nuntcr W. L. O'Donnell Cnrleton H. Swift
K. V. Muhaffey II. M. Stephens
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
Mrs, Frank Font Made Xrtv .Member
Bert Powell lrhc Cattle
in From Itnne.
(Rpoclal to The Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. Oct. 1C. George Jones
was out to the Johnston ranch Wed
nesday on business. "Tex" Reams
accompanied him back to Bend
George Ogle und Ray Li owrd
wore looking after business Interoiti
In Bond Friday.
The Jolly Neighbors club mt w'i'i
Mrs. Mary Bonn on Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs Frank Post vug Initi
ated as n mornber,
Bert Powell arrived homo Friday
with his cattlo from tho range
Dint End School 1Ioum In Complet
ed Wot Em! Building Now
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, Oct. 16. Grace John
son celebrated her eighth birthday
Friday, October ft. by Inviting In
somo of (tor little friends: Klorcuco
Ream, Hazel, Gladys and Ray Norton,
Walter and Roy Keller and her
I brothers, .Paul and Robert. A bg
birthday cake wnn the main nttrnc
, Hon. Miss Jennie Torgeson enter
tnlned the children by telling stories
; Mrs It. R. Keller visited with It
1 It. Keller at the Sloan much Friday
Mrs. P. B. Johnson and three chil
dren and Miss Jennie Torgeson were
Sunday nffcrnonn visitors nt the
Charles Grntfenberger home.
L. A. Hall called at tho P. II. John
sou home Sunday.
Mrs. It. It. Keller nnd two children
visited with Mrs B. B. Conaway and
daughter Opal, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Spencer nnd sons,
Frank. Will. Virgil and Casale. Mr
and Mrs. Floyd Van Clovo and son
Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. F. Tauscher and
son Leo, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Keller
and children, Helen nnd Harold, went
to East Lake Sunday In automobiles.
Leo Keller called at tho It. It. Kel
lor homo Sunday evening.
I Mrs. F. Tauscher Is visiting with
our uuuKiimr nnu Bun-in-iuw in iieiiu
.Mrs. Leo Keller nnd children vis
ited with her parents from Friday
until Sunday evening.
Leo Keller c.itnu out Saturday ev
ening. Loo Tauscher and friend en me out
from Bend Sunday, returning Sun
Tho East End school house Is now
completed nnd the West End school
house Is under construction. A car
penter from Henri, Win. Rnhn and
Raymond Gr.iffenherger commenc
ing it Thursday.
The school hoard will meet Sat
It. It. Keller and Vortiou Cloven
gor callod at tho W. W. Grlnstuad
It, It. Keller is home since Monday
after having worked on the Sloan
ranch tho fust two mouths.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and daugh
ter, Florence, called on Mrs. B. B.
After riding for beef cattle for n
month, B. B. Conaway and Hooper
Dyer returned to tho Sloan ranch
with n herd of cattlo Saturday evening
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allays thirst, puts "pepv into
tired bodies. Aids digestion.
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before buying your Krocerlcs.
We can uvo you money.
Mllllcnn, Oro. Telephone
Do your eyes flicker when you read ? Perhaps we
can help you, as the trouble may be just temporary.
School children should tukc special cure of their eyes.
They are the best friends they have.
Optometrist DR.. C. H. FRANCIS
with Myron II. Si'mom. O'Kanc Diuldintf
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BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
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