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LOWER BRIDGE MEET
Will Work Voe Standard Ilifsli School
l-'or Neit Yrwr Itcd Cnw;
to llo OrRanbted.
(Special to The llullctln.)
(From Frlday'a Dally.)
LOWEU imiDGK, Oct. 10. The
Lower BrldRO Parent-Teacher society
licld its Ural mootliiR ot the year at
tho achool houao on Friday after
noon. It was decided they would
work tor a standard school this year.
Tho ladles decided to meet at Mrs.
A. J. Fuller's on Friday to organise
Bed Cross society.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. A. Hunt vent to
Uend Thursday whero Mrs. Hunt had
dental work done.
Tho people of tho community had
a surprlso party to tho Campbells
Monday cvonlnR. The. Campbells ex
Tpcct to leavo soon for Nampa. Idaho,
whero they will make their future
Joo Howard, Jr.. was drawn on the
Jury In Bend last Wednesday.
Darwin Walters was In Itedmond
Monday to hare dental work done.
Lois Towne has been homo from
'school the past week as tho Bcdmond.
schools aro closed because ot the epi
demic of scarlet fever.
(Mrs. Jaeger and dauRhtcrs went
to Bond Saturday, returning Sunday
Mrs. Frank Newbold and Clarence
Barron wero shopping In Bcdmond
Naomi and Marlon Hosklns were
Send visitors Saturday.
Mrs. L. F. Blco and daughter, Dor
othy, were in Redmond Saturday.
Jerry Grosikreuger, Frank Chap
man and John Calvcrlcy are all rid
ing In tho rcserro gathering cattle.
A. J. Fuller and Charlie Hlscock
were Bcdmond visitors Saturday.
XKKI) l-Olt WATKU IM H1IOWN BY
imori'll OF PAST SEASON
WATKU HAULIM! INVOLVES A
RETURN TO HAMPTON
BUTTE AFTER MONTHS
(Special to The Bulletin.)
(From Tuesday's L-atly.)
'HAMPTON 'BOTTE. Oct. 22. Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmlo Brickey returned
John and Emll Carroz arc home
again after belog out several months.
J. O. Perry was a guest of V.
Schroder yast night.
Bert Moeka baa gono to Bend for
a load ot supplies.
Billy Bobortson, of Suplee, was vis
iting friends in this vicinity last
Thos. Ewlng Is helping Horace
21rooklngshaul wood today.
AT MILLIQAN SCHOOL
Old BullcUnR Itdnj: UmxI During Con
struction of Now One Well
Driller at Cook Ranch.
Special to Tho Bulletin)
From Monday's Dally.)
MILLICAN, Oct. 23 J. J. Holland
put In the now scats in tho East End
school houso, where school com
menced this wcok with Miss Garskcy
s teacher. School commenced In
the West End school house Monday,
with Mrs. I. L. Owen as teacher. Tho
old school houso will be used until
the new one is completed.
Bavmond Groffenbemcr left for
Prlnevlllo Tuesday, wheroshe will lie
employed for the winter.
Mrs. F. Tauschor returned from a
visit to Bond Tuesday. Her son Loo,
and friend, accompanied her homo re
trnlng tho same day.
Tho well drillers are now busy
drltllng on tho Cliff Cook ranch.
Frank Sloan has lost quite a num
ber of his sheep, spveral men at pres
ent bolng etigagcd In looking for
B. B. Conaway moved his family
back onto their homestead this week.
C. V. Lyman, from Bond, spent
several days with tho It. B. Keller
family, looking over his claim for n
building slto while here.
Raymond Groffenberger hauled
water for Mrs. A. D. Norton Monday.
Grovcr Caldwell Is at Bend, B. B.
Conaway having charge ot the ranch
during his absence.
Mr. Going nnd family moved onto
their homestead the past week.
Mrs. P. B. Johnson Invited the la
dles ot Milltcan to spent Sunday af
ternoon In honor of Jennie Torgerson,
Mr. Johnson's slsted. Those present
wero Mrs. Charles Graffenborger and
children, Mrs. Charlotte Owen, Mrs.
I. L. Owen and daughter. Mrs. J. J.
Holland, Mrs. A. D. Norton and two
children, Mrs. Gcorgo Boberts nnd
daughter and Mrs. B. It. Keller. Mlssj
lorgcrsou gave an imeresuuK iuik
on her mode of sudy, experiences,
and what she found most helpful to
herself, while attending a Bible Insti
tute In California tho past two yonrs.i
I. L. Owen and former owner of tho
P. B. Johnson cattle brought some ot
Mr. Johnson's cattle to the Johnson
place this week.
TUMALO WOMAN IS
SENT TO HOSPITAL
Mr. A. Harper Under TrentinenM'or
Xervoiit Trouble I'nrvntH
Visit Walter Cnmptwll.
(From Monday's Dally.)
f Special to Tho Bulletin.)
TUMALO. Oct. 23. Mrs. A Har
per Is In tho hospital In Bcdmond.
She Is taking treatment for nervous
Sidney Marion and his wife arrived
Friday evening for a short visit to
his mother and other relatives.
Walter GemmcU's parents, from
Hcppncr. are here visiting him. They
urrjveu it cuiivsiiu j urcuiui; uuu -
pect to mane quite an exicnueu stay,
the weather Is so fine.
Mrs. C. P. Becker visited in Prlne
vlllo a few days last week.
Mrs. Foote has been quite ill the
Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Fllcktnger and
Mr. Gerklng attended the Potato
Show at Bedmond with Bert Miller
Saturday. They report a fine show
of potatoes and a good crowd.
Mrs. B. U. Fllcklngcr has been on
the sick list for some time.
Mrs. S. B. Brown went to Gist
Sunday to visit her parents for a few
(From Thursday's Dally,)
Homesteaders In tho Suttles Lako
district aro feeling reasonably certain
of favorable action by thu state com
mission on the bonds for Irrigating
tho district, according to II. J. Chen
owcth, president ot tho Irrigation
company, who was in Bend yesterday
straightening up legal matters In con
nection' with tho project. Ho went to
Madras today to tile tho papers hear
ing on tho approval of tho project,
In order that they may bo forwarded
to Attorney General Brown,
Mr. Chouoweth stated that inriu
bo rs ot tho commission who went
over, tho ground last Friday expressed
surprlso at thu quality ot tho dry
land crop, especially tho potatoes
raised In the section. They Intimated
that a favorable report would bo
made In Salem.
Tho chief concern Just now In tho
district Is tho necessity of hauling
water tor domestic purposes from
thrco to 15 mllos frpui Potter's
Springs or from tho Deschutes river.
Tho springs have not been supplying
a sufficient amount ot water and peo
plo havo had to go there at night to
get any. Sumo have taken beds and
While tho commission was going
over tho roads they met wagons com
ing up from the river, tho teams
hauling four barrels up a 1000-foot
grade. They found that tho horses
would drink about halt of tho quant
ity when they reached tho top It
Is Mr. Chcnoweth's opinion that tho
project would bo worth its cost for
domestic water alone.
Tho soil is good In tho district nnd
last year when there was a little over
two Inches of rainfall 35 bushels ot
wheat was raised to the acre. Under
irrigation about CO bushels could be
grown. This season there was no
rainfall and from 10 to IS bushels
was tho maximum crop.
CATTLE ARE BROUGHT
FROM SILVER LAKE
1KJO Head Pastured at IMrnMiiit
IHde Government Trapper to
Start Anti-C'oyoto Campaign.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PLEASANT BIDGE, Oct. 23. Mr.
Hays, a cattle man. Is pasturing 2S0
head of cattle on the Basmus Peter-
Central Oregon Bank
D. K. HUNTER, President
CARLKTO.V II. SWIFT, Vico-Prcnident
K. I. MAHAFI'EY, 2ml Vice-President,
II. M. STEPHKXS, Cashier
FENDEL WA1TE, Assistant Cashier
' D. E. Hunter W. L. O'Doiiucll Carleton II. Swift
K. P. Mahaffcy II. M. Stephens
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
son ranch. The cattle arrived Thurs
day from the Silver Lako country.
Basmus Peterson baled bay at the
N. D. Wood, J,ess Armstrong, Claud
Mallory, L. E. Smith and Dan Stout
ranches this week.
Hale Doty sold his 40-acrc ranch
to Mr. Brady, of Newbcrg, this week.
Mr. Doty recently bought out one of
tho Mohlor brothers in Bedmond and
will make Bcdmond his futuro homo.
Jess Armstrong Is hauling baled
hay toBedmond this wcok.
A number of Pleasant Itldge people
attended tho auction sale on the W.
M. Ogg ranch near Rodinnnd, Tues
day. Claud Mallory and Mr. Noll are
hauling baled hay to. Bedmond this
N. D. Woods, tho government trap
per, expects to make a big raid on
coyotes In tho near future.
A. I. Wright, of Bodmond, Is haul
Ing baled hay Into town with his now.
Carl Woods and Joo Giles, of S's
ters, wero In this vicinity on cattte
buslnoss tho mlddlo of tho week.
Andrew Nelson is building a now
Mr. Jones is clearing up a lot of
land on his place to put Into crop In
Jess Armstrong expects to leavo
soon for tho Willamette Valley.
A number of Pleasant B'vdge pcnplo
attended the Bcdmond Potato Show
Friday and Saturday.
Kosolla Armstrong Is working at
Lowrey'a confectionery storo In Red
mond this week.
Fred Seeling was n caller at tho
Antono Ahlstrom homo Sunday,
F. B Baughman Is bulldnlg a new
barn this week.
Mrs. O. E. Anderson mado a bus
iness trip to Bend Monday,
W. L. Warner, who has accepted
a position with tho Tum-A-Lum Lum-
And Investigate our price
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
Mllllcau, Ore. Telephone
Others like it. None Keep bet
ter. Salet have doubled in put
Phone Red 131
gor Co., In Builuiund, moved Into
town this week.
J. A. Chase uml F. II. Bnughmnu
mndu n trip to Anderson Bros.' sivw
mill after lumhur this week,
A number of tho Pleasant Hliluo
fartuern nttomlod thn horse salt) In
llodmoud Wednesday and Thursday.
1 1 makes things
n OuyanUed ty
The Store That Undersells
Because It Sells For Cash!
A Great Showing of Smart Fall Suits, Coats,
Waists, Skirts, Dresses and Millinery.
Without any exitftfration time
groups repreient the iincit and inoit
tyliili fisrinent in town. They luva
come direct from the inihion center
and from manufacturer who are au
thority on Woman'i I'athioni. There
are many distinctive and individual
modeli, and the collection include all
the leaiun'i favored material, a well
a all faihion.ble color and tyle
The moderate price at which we have marked theie garment will
he found equally attractive a the torment thennelvei.
a rm w m mm r m ,m s m a r. w .m m mj j b jlw -. i '-'
Cor. Wall and Oilcan St Uend, Oregon
Thu army mini and northwestern
horse buyers were prceent,
INSTITUTION OF ELKS
LODGE IS DEFERRED
May I lino to Wait Until Next Mouth
Aunoiiiiri'iiKtit of Drflulto
Palo In Kxpcctint Hoou.
(From Thursdny'n Dally.)
That tho Institution of an Elks
lodge In Bend may havo to wult until
noxt month, was the statement this
morning of Vernon A. Korlitw, onn
ot thu most active ot local Elks In
securing a charter for n lodge hum.
Abiunrn of thu state officials from
Portland hu rendered It Imposslbln
to fix a definite dule, hu explained.
Mr. Forbes will endenvnr to inakti
n special trip to Portland In the near
futuro to consult with tho grand of
ficers of tho order, and hopes on tils
return to be nblu to aunouuru tho
time at which thn Bend lodge will
comu Into being.
Shoes for Real Service
OUR HPKCIALTV IH TO MAKE HHOEtf THAT
STAND THE TEST
In especially Hindu for this kind of country. None aro bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot bo
beaten for thu money, (llvo theso shoes n trial,
, A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hanson l.oggor HIioch of Three Lakes, Win., aro
band-made and one of tho very hunt of Its kind, Hpeclal mndo-to-order
work taken for thli shoo.
UP-TO-DATE HIIOE BEPAIUINO
. R. H. LOVEN
Do your eyes flicker when you read ? Perhaps we
can help you, as the trouble may be just temporary. '
School children should take special cure of their dyes.
They are the hest friends they have.
Optometrist DR. C. H. FRANCIS
with Myron H. Simons, O'Kanc Building
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
IT BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO,