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IlKND nUUiKTIN. HRNI), OUICOON, TIll'llHDAY, DKCKMIIKlt 20, IIU7
FIRST FIVE PER CENT
Jyocnl Men Urged to lrf nn ClnHf.
cntlons Spcvillly Somo Jlay Ho
lU'ferrctl to District lloiml
Mnlu Work Xcxt Week.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Today questionnaires were mailed
to tho 3S men composing tho first
flvo per cent of those liable to draft
In Deschutes county. Ashley Forrest,
who Is noting as clerk for tho local
war board, was busy this morning
with his now duties. Ho Is preparing
tho second set of pamphlets, which
go out Monday.
At tho expiration of seven days the
first quota must bo in at the office of
tho board completely filled out and
ready for classification. The legal
ndrlsory board will be on hand in the
circuit court rooms all of next week,
to aid thoso who have received tho
Speed Is Asked.
Communications received from the
adjutant goneral's office In Portland
this morning iglve tho exemption
board tho following Instructions:
"It is desired as far as possible to
fill all quotas after December 15
from Class 1, evolve.! under now
system, but since the military neces
sity Is paramount, quotaj must be
filled and whether they nro tilled
from first class or not depends en
tirely upon tho expeditiou with which
local boards place enough men in
Class 1 to fill their present and futuro
"In cases in which there is no
claim for deferred classification there
can bo no appeal for classification by
the local board, and no cases need bo
sent to the district board except cases
in which appeals are claimed or In
which there are claims for deferred
classification on industrial or agri
cultural grounds. In cases in which
there la no claim for deferred classi
fication within seven days from mail
ing questionnaire, local boards shall
immediately, in proper cases, place
the registrant in Class I and immed
iately send him notice of final classi
fication." Appeals for deferred classification
will bo sent to the district board,
which will give them immediate at
tention, and notices of final classifi
cation to the registrants will be mail
ed at once. As soon as final classifi
cation has been given a man, whether
by the local or district board, he will
be called for physical examination.
Local boards are urged to secure a
sufficiently large number of physical
ly qualified registrants In Class 1 to
fill deferred percentages of present
quotas and quotas under any futuro
TH Ilrcclvc Blanks.
Only thoso men who have already
been actually Inducted Into military
service before December IS through
the draft process will not be sent
questionnaires. All exemption, dis
charges or furloughs are absolutely
revoked and the names of porxons
having such are Included on the class
Questionnaires were mailed today
to tho following men In tho order
William B. Hensley, Ontario; Ar
thur Fuller, Bond; Clifton Hoam, Mll
Jlcan; Angel A. Peterson, Hend; Ar-'
clilo D. Pepin, Milllcan; Matthew M,
Schmltz, Summer Lako; Joseph T
Ileosley, Ilend; Nicholas Zeiser,
Bend; Arthur w. Spoars, Rend; Itoy
A. Uranton, Redmond; Vonlus M.
"White, Bond; Kenneth E. Sawyer,'
Bend; Ralph B. Sturdlvan, Hedmnnd;
Charles J, Dugan, Bond; Kueonlo1
Sorravalle, Bend; Glen A, Howard,
La Pino; Earl Louis McFadden, Tor-'
rebouno; George Honry Curtln, Bend; I
Arthur C. Vandevort, Bond; Fay
Lloyd Tomblln, Bend; Stanford En-,
dres, Bend; Wilbur H. Hudson, Bend;
Charles J. Monahan, Bend; Earl R.
Russell, Milllcan; George F. Stonor,
Bend; Rocco Antonio Petrone, Bend;
Alox Llndstrom, Bend; Clarence L.
Scott, Redmond; William O. Living
stone, Portland; A. D. Hammond,
Bond; Erlck Olund, Bend; Henry Er
nest Davis, Bond; Herman A, Wotter
borg, Bond; Bles Klatlch, Bend; Ro
land W. Henrionnet, Bend; Harold
A. Outendorf, Bend; Jack Kenneth
McKonzie, Bend; Herman M. Steph
SILVER LAKE GIRL
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Dan Anglnud, a prominent sheep
man of this vicinity, was married last
week at Lakcvlaw to Miss Yida howls,
of Silver Lake. At tho same time
Mrs. Angland's sister, Anntc, became
the brldo of John Murphy, n sheep
man of Paisley. They are spending
thotr honeymoon on an automobile
trip through California.
(Continued from Pago 2.)
Mr. and Mrs. John Drlscoll and
Mrs. C. M. Charlton iiecompnutcd
Miss Katsch and Miss Hartley to Ik-mi
Mrs. 0. C. Truesdale, Mr. E U.
Agec, Mrs. E. L. Van l)or;n, Mrs
Allen Wlllcoxon, Mrs. E. A. Hussott
and Miss Harriett Wlllcoxon niado a
trip to Bend Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Heaves Wlllcoxon
were In Bend on Tuesday.
IN WILSON SAW MILL
LADIES' AID ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Sunday School Will 1W limned Suf
fli'lont Kundt 1W the Put.
ehn.so of ('liuh'N.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
UEN'D R. F. D. NO. 1., Dec. IS.
A Christmas program Is under pre
partition which Is to bo given by tho
Mountain View school and Sunday
school at (ho school house on Christ
The Ladles' Aid of tho First Union
church met at tho homo of Mrs. J.
Mnlosh on Thursday. Now offlcois
woro elected. Tho society will loan
tho Sunday school sufficient funds
to purchaso folding chairs for use at
tho school during church uiul enter
lalniiHMits. An olght-pnuud daughter was horn
to Mr. mid Mrs. Caldwell Dccuuihor I).
MIsh Anna Dmimnoro, teacher of
the Mountain View school, Is attend
ing the Deschutctt and Crook counties
teachers' Institute In (lend.
A largo whlto Northern owl was
seen by Lumiu Coffee near his homo
' Herman Moore has enlisted as a
third engineer In tho U. H, navy.
Sisters .Men KstiihlMt Camp In the
.Mountains mid Will Trap For
Furs Thli Winter.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
SISTERS, Dec. IS. The Wilson
mill has been undergoing a thorough
overhauling the past week. An extra
lS-horso power engine has been In
stalled, thus adding to tho capacity.
A cut-off saw and conveyor have also
ben added to tho equipment of the
H. E. Vincent and wife, of Bend,
spent Sunday In Sisters.
J. H. Taylor was calling on old
friends In Sisters Saturday and Sun
day. Mrs. E. H. Howell, teacher In the
primary department of the Sisters
school, is In Bend attending the Insti
tute this week.
Miss Castella Ingllng. who has been
attending school In Sisters, has gone
to Prescott, Washington, where she
will live with her parents. Miss lul
ling went to Redmond with Mr. and
Mrs. Knute Cobb, In whose home she
has lived since coming to Sisters.
Several Sisters young peoplo at
tended the danco and supper at Turn
alo on Friday night, among thoso
present being Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Gist, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gist. Mr.
and Mrs George Wilson, Miss Muriel
Edmonson, John Dlnkle. Jess Scott,
Van Wilson and Claude Woods.
C. L. Gist was a Bend visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Lester Gist has gone to Al
bany to spend tho Christmas holidays
with her mother.
Among those of Sisters who attend
ed the pie social at the Clovcrdale
school house were Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Gist and Mr. and Mrs Lee Zum
wait. George Davis has gone to The
Dalles to spend the Christmas holi
days with his uncle.
Rev. Hartrantt, of Bend, is con
ducting a series of services In the
Presbyterian church In Sisters this
J. D. Bowman is working at tho
Wilson saw mill.
Mr. Hunios, manager of the Wilson '
mill, made a business trln to Bend
Saturday evening. '
Mr, and Mrs. Keylor are tho proud
parents of a pair of girl twins.
Goo. F. Scott has mvoed to Sisters ,
and Is building on his property near I
the school house.
Clyde Gist and Jess Scott havo es-'
tablished a ramp In the moutu.ili.s '
and will trap for furs th'.s wlnte
They Intond to rnako a special eff jf
to catch a cougar that has klllul a
number of cattle during the past sea
son. One hundred seventy-five dol
lars bounty Is offered for the (uugar's
Mrs. J. H. Taylor was In Bend Frl-
Tho Sisters Sunday school Is plan
ning a Christmas entertainment
John's bringing home
A fellow very 'fussy
And I must use
To keep from get
I wish we had another
I don't know what to
"I'm Yours for
Screws into pres
ent tocket. No
extra wiring required.
Provides Two Elec
from One Socket
Notice to Ice Consumers.
I am retiring from tho ice business
January 1, 1917. Any of my cus
tomers having unused ice books,
j)leaso rotum to me before that date
A. G. ALLEN.
"One of the best
STUDEBAKOR The Studcbikrr Corp., Lo.Anr!r
"one of the bet motor oils."
OLDSMOBILG The OMimfAile Co. of Califorrti, Sn
Frinuuu "have been using Kerolrne in our Oldiino-
bib can for the pat two yean a inot latitfactory
CADILLAC M. S, ilrlham Mow Car Co. , Srittfc
"have no hesitancy in recommending Ztroli-ne."
FORD Fhy.ttf rbury Sale Co. , Lot Angelet
"have found Zerulene to be the one oil that ha given
iu perfect lubrication."
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Endorsed by Leading Car Distributors
because the record of their tervire department how
lei wear, more
that Zeroiene, correctly refined from California asphalt-
base crude, give perfect lubrication
power, least carbon deposit.
MEETING IS HELD
Consider Annual Itudgrt ). I). (.
Club Will Ho Cuh-rtnlnnl Ity
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
IMiAl.VVIKW. Dec. IS At n school
moetluR held hist Wednesday evenliiK
tho annual budget was presented.
Only two legal voters were present
but tills was legally all that were ru-
tju'nnl to carry on tho business.
Miss Smith, tho school teacher at
Plaluvlew, Is attending lustltuto In
Bend this week.
Mrs, S. L. BurRPss, of Cut low, Is
making n visit at her former home,
the J A. W. Keogglu ranch.
Word has been received from W C.
lleckholt, n former Plaluvlew resi
dent, that his post has been changed
from Vancouver to American Luke.
Ho is In the hospital corps.
Tho O. I). ). club will meet on
Thursday afternoon, November 20,
with Mrs. Ward.
Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggln Is recovering
from nu attack of la grippe.
PIE SOCIAL BRINGS
t'lmi'i-ihili Affnli Net ?l".7
to enlist In tho aviation corps,
Mr. and Mrs. I). Kotniiun and Mrs.
Saunders, from noitr llmid, worn vis
itors with old friends nt Lower llrldiio
A. J. Fuller Is hiilliltitig nu addition
to his house,
('. F, llosUlun, Omar IIohIiIiih, Hope
Hlco and Tommy McCiiun wont to
Itodmoud Tuesday evening, t It ti chil
dren nttnudliiK (he plcluro show.
Frank Chiipmnn, Mrs, Mary Chap,
man and Mrs, Joe Howard woro lied
nioiid visitors Saturday,
A. II. Jaeger returned Friday from
near Powell lluttes, whom ho Iiiih
Mrs. A. II Jaeger and daughters,
Alma and Freda, and L. F. Itlcu were
guests for dinner at tho llosklun
Homo Thursday. Later In tho even,
lug Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller and huh
and Mr and Mrs. Chapman and
Frank Chapman were visitors.
Mr. and Mrs, tins Stadlg were In
Hod mom! Thursday.
John Calvcrloy and Darwin Wal
ters motored to Sisters Sunday
Mrs. A. II. Jaeger went to lleud
Sunday to attend the teachers' Insti
tute. Mr .and Mrs. A. J. Fuller and Mrs.
It. S. Towno were llediuond visitors
Mrs. C. F. Ilosklus, Naomi and
Marlon Ilosklus wero shopping In
IN HAD CONDITION
(Hpnclnl to Thu Bulletin.)
PUINOLIO FLAT, Den IK. Mrs.
Frank Itiiuisny niiiilo thu trip to lliiud
mid return thin wunk.
Miss Kllniheth Kviiiih Is homo from
lleud for tho Christ iiiiih holidays.
Charles Maulii Is hauling lumhiir
from the Maury mnuutalu saw mill.
Ho reports tho lonilit nro In bud shape,
Mrs, Kvuim Is on tho sink list.
Albert Houston whs nt the Himlm
ranch looking nftor his stouk thin
Frank llnlliueyer returned front
lleud Wednesday evening.
Mr. Ilonrste will he homo until af
Tho ymiti'Ki'st child of Mr. ttnd Mr,
llulsley Ik utiltn III.
How to Chirk Croup Julekly.
There Is nun rellnhlo remedy for
croup that every mother should
know. Mrs. Sweet Clary, Anto, Vu.,
writes: "I think Foley's Honey and
Tar Is tho best medicine I over tried.
'My little sou nearly had croup. I
igiivo hi in one iIonii and It stopped hint
coughing In about flvo minutes." lie
lleves coughs, colds, Iu grippe. Sold
(Special t Tho Bulletin.)
CLOVKHOALK. Dec. IS. The
Christmas program and pe snclat Fri
day night was n great success The
highest price paid for any single p'.o
was 2. A cake was also raffled off
for tho most popular young lady prci
cut. Miss Lit, Dona Cyrus received the
pastry. Affording much amusement
was the contest in which each person
was asked to ticsi the number of
beans In a glass Jar. Charley Olst.
of Sisters, rcculved a pin for guessing
the closest to tho correct number.
Tho total amount taken In at the
social was 347.70.
There will bo a Christmas program
here next Monday night. It will be
given by the Sunday school people.
W. V. Van Matro delivered hogs
In Redmond Saturday.
Mrs. Ueorge Cyrus was on the sick
list last week.
Mrs. Tony Johnson Is still seriously
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Abbey visited
with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parberry
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Miller nnd fam
ily were dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs,
it. J, Skclton Sunday.
Frecda Arnold has beon sick the
lust few days.
Mrs. W. W. Van Matro was calling
on Mrs. (loange Cyrus Saturday after
noon. Mrs. II. C. Miller was helping take
care of Mrs. Tony Johnson Monday
Viola Miller wint to Itcdinrinl on
Tuesday to have some dental work
W. W. Van Matro attended tho
county cuuiuil at Hedmoud Thurs
No Want loo Big-'NoWanl loo Small
Thai Bauer's Grocery can'j fill for you
And deliver promptly nnil In the Ixvit condition. Our
Kroceiiro, prodiicr, fruit nro nlwnys fresh. Our snltry
rfrlgcrtor counter kern our dairy mm!iicii cool noil
fresh, llrst prices In canned good of tho best brands.
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RICHARD W. CHILDS, Manager
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IN AVIATION CORPS
(Sneclal to The Bulletin )
LOWHIt Illlinai:. Dec IS Clur.
once Barren went to Portland Friday
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