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ilNNII IIUM.KTIN, IIHN1), ORKGON. THURSDAY, DKCKMIIKH S7, 11)17
iNo Snow KiUN In llantpton Section
lhiritifr Month Whooping
Ing liny with his nttlo truck (or
Wayne. Chnso tho first of tho weok.
Krcd SooHhk Ib busy clourluR up n
tot of land, which ho intends to put
Into crop not year.
Autouo AhUtrom wns n business
visitor In llcdnioud Sntunluy,
A social was huhl nt Deschutes
Saturday ovonliiK for' tho purpose, of
making nrrnugoutontn for having nn
Mrs. J. A. Chase, who linn boon nt
homo for a tow ilnyn, returned to
Hand to bo with her daughter, Etln,
whlbj sho underwent uu operation at
thu Tlend hospital Shu In reported
as .gutting along nicely.
Mr. and Mm. O. E, Anderson mo
tored to Sisters Sunday.
I.. W. Wnrnor and family wore out
to tholr ranch from Iledmoml Bun
day. Fred Seeding was In Uedmond on
Miss Edith Smith Is spending her
Christmas vacation with relatives and
IS FINE FOR STOCK friends In l-rlnevllo.
V1I1IV it ll'M ill lliu llll-llllitll n Ul IIIU
O. I). O. club mot wth Mrs. Ward last
Thursday It Is hoped that a hotter
representation will bo had at the next WELL DRILL WILL
Illl'lHIIIK Mil II II "ill UU IIUIll llll .Ills.
Van Tassol on January 3.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hartley wore
Cloverdalo callers Thursday evening
Tho Scoggln Uros. hovo sold part
nf tholr beof to .Nichols, of Prlnu-
MOLES HAVE MO EYES.SOj
inn .n i MKftu ni
BILLBOARDS AND OET
WISE. DON'T YOU DE
A MOLE 1 1
Rcol Chkvrtnil Plutf
Rfor tht InwnllaA
el ur Piltnl Alf "rof PouH
Mny Dltn Could Not Klip
tht rioro rrlhnli In
ntAu anvtLY pt.ua tobaccoi
Nw th PU Pouoh Ktpi It
A Ultl Cht w Qfil U Cntuih
nil lit Loninr lhn bl hw
of ordinary ptu.
m in & 1 J
WORK AT MILLICAN
(Speclnl to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE, Dec. 20. The
fine. No snow, thus making rango.vlllc
still ood for the stock.
Air. Lowo mado his regular trip
through horo last week buying furs.
Eltnor l'eck, of Hampton, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
Miss Mlnnlo Rnddltz aU-ndcil tho
teachers' Institute. In Hend this week.
Mr. and Mrs. V. l Wray. of ncna.
wore tho week end guests of Mr. nud
Jlrs. Bert Meeks.
J. M. Urickey was a visitor horo
Chris Tlnuor took W ray's stage for
Miss Agnes Schroder and l.oreno
and Irono Street aro having a siege
ot whooping cough.
Mr. Howell helped Horaco Brook
ings butchor a beet one day this
Edward and Wesley Street brought
some of tholr caltlo from Buck Crock
FOREST RANGER IS
CHANGED TO BEND
Sktcr Man, Stationed ut American
I-ikr, Spend" Clirltma
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
SISTERS, Dec. 24. William
now stationed at American Luk
homo in Sisters enjoying a Christmas
Mrs. E. H. Howell attended teach
ers' institute In Bend.
F. A. Pednault, of Bond, is spend
ing tho Christmas vacation with his
family in Sisters.
H. E. Vincent, of Bend, was In
thoro. It has not yet
just what arrangements will be mado
for tho service hero. .
Perry South, of Bond, was at tho
turkoy shoot given by P, Hunting
ton. M. E. Martin, of Plalnvlow, at
tended tho turkey shoot In Sisters
It. W. Hart. F. E. Caldwell and E.
II. Hart, ot Plalnview, attended the
turkey shoot held in Sisters Friday.
Mrs. Walter Grant, principal of thu
Sisters school, hats resigned, giving III
health us tho reason.
TO IMPROVE ROADS
Sago ! Grubbed nud Griidor Will Ho
Huh tit or ItniiU' Gray Fam
ily .Moxlii;; to Meilfortl.
(Speclnl In The. Bulletin.)
PLEASANT UIDGE, Dec. 23. The
farmers In this vicinity aro busy
working on the road, grubbing sage
brush, burning It and tho stumps. A
grader will be run over it and a first
class road made.
('hrl-tinas Entertainment Scheduled
For Monday Night In llio
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Dec. 21. Tho Murphy
well drill Is being moved onto tho
Stueke ranch, where It will commonco
work nt once,
Leo Tnuschor was tho only ono of
the Tauscher boys who came out on
Friday. Albert, who Is In tho nrmy.
was unnble to come, having to ans
wer an urgent call to tho east.
Mrs. It. It. Keller was a Friday af
tnrnoon visitor at tho A. D. Norton
Mr and Mrs. I. L. Owen nnd Miss
Theresa (Jarske, who accompanied
the Owens to Bend, stopped at the It.
It. Koller place a short time before
L J .. ft
HnlH1 . T vUm gMaflflt rrihondCIin and Qood, fm
H Bif iMB A UttUCr.tr of Of ! ! Cnouih
fc FavTCuAi ty3.cAfc. ' oni'nn' p,u V
I X '"
Vfp ... . -,v
'"'-4 V'"' V r
W" !' 0r,a;,",u!e' " ,oa'1 of W00(l ! leaving for Bend. Sunday, to attend
to Ilcdmnnd Tuesday. I
Rasmus Peterson and O. E Ander
son served on tho election board at
Mrs. W. H Gray and Mrs. George
Gray were Bond shoppors Wednes
day. Antone Ahlstrom went over to F,
Wilson's, wost of Tumalo, for the
road grader on Wednesday.
Andrew Newton Is spending a few
days visiting friends near Sisters.
Mrs. N. W. Gray and children left
for The Dalles Friday morning to
visit friends. They will also visit In
tho teachers' Institute. Mr. Oh en
Mr. and Mrs. F. Tauscher and son,
Leo, made n trip to Bend last Mon
day. A. D. Norton went to Bend with L.
Glcss Tuesday, returning the same
Miss Garsko will have her Nmns
entertainment Saturday, December
P. B. Johnson and son. Paul, made i
a trip to Bend Tuesday. I
Mr. Loewen, one or our new neign-
bora, called at the It. It. Keller homo
Goonxp II. Whltaker to II. O. Faw
cott, warranty deed, 8Wi HEVi.
Georgo Harvey Whltaker, Jossln D.
Donovan to II. O. Faucctt. warranty
deed. 8W 8WU. 34; E SEVi.
NW' SKi In 33-1 (Ml.
I.nvl 11. Wlost to William l Mever.
warranty deed, lots 9 unit 10, block
Jareil W. Mooro to C. L Scott,
warranty deed, lot 13, block 13, Red
mond. E. B, Knox to Joe Camp.ua, sher
iff's deed. KV, 3C31-H.
Charles T. Llllard to II. E. Card
iter, warranty deed, NWVi 1&-22-23;
of E of EH nud NE.i HKi 1
WH NEU 1S-22-23; undlv. one-half
i Lorn:. Fcnt?l)a a,u,.Va'lco",vclr' Wa,l,n5t Monday morning.
ake. Is ,on- be1rn,1 BO,BK l0 thxp,lr "ow hon.,' Mr. Krellwlu called n
,,,. ,at Medford. Oregon. Mr. Gray will , , Momlay
ristmas , t k wl , , f rand g.,ula; , M
t tho Sloan
iMEETING IS HELD
(Speclnl to The Bulletin.)
PLAINVIEW, Dec. 2C Miss J.
"Victoria Huston, former toacher at
Plalnview, visited Thursday and Fri
day at the home of II. A. Scoggln. Sho
has returned to Paulina, where she
Is teaching this year.
Mr. Martin marketed some extra
flno veal in Bend last week.
Mrs. M. W. Knickerbocker and
Miss Constance wero unexpectedly
t.a d 'u "irtHiid Friday.
J. A. W. Scoggln mado a recent
trip to Bend to have some dental moar Redmond
Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Loewen nnd three chlldron spent a
very pleasant evening at the Edgbcrt
Dyer home. I
Thu children will attend school :
again today. There will be no school j
Monday or Tuesday. I
Mr. Van Clevo was out Sunday to
nuay to nave some ticiuai .,,.... i.....i....
I UljilVOIIII J .
WOrK linne. l.il,nr QIkwOiiii from llnnil. rnmn
Claude McCauloy and Mrs. Con-. mU We,lnesday and held mass at J. J
nelly, of Deschutes, spent Thursday ,,,,,,,,.,, Thur8,lay returning to
stock nnd household goods, going
direct to Medford.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Johan
son were shopping in Bend Tuesday.
George and John Gray went to
There will bbe a Christmas tree
liiiui iiiiiiziiiiu ai nit! nt'iiifiii iiiiiiHi ul .. . i. i...i.... ..
Zumwalt. who lias had charge, :;M:,:--A,ir7:, ". " niienu 10 iohiokbooi u.... .
forestry station here. Is mov- """. XJ'"" J a.'.i ,.ra .r?- J- .J- ',01'an an" .cm"
rtftnil ami will b In the servlco'. ..'..". "'.. VV' : Y' V. ."""""". ". .'. called at tile II. II. Keller nomt
.. .. ... --- in iimifi i ruinv in iinvn inmp nonini . ... .. .
hen ilneldfiil. "-:.: ' " , weunesuay.
evening at tho W. II. Gray home.
All klmW of hides, jmIIs, WiHd,
Furs bought, nt Itrlggt' Second Hand
For farm land toazs sco J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
SOLICIT FOR RED
CROSS IN COUNTRY
Bend the same day.
J. J. Holland commenced work for
Mr. Shaefcr at the George Cook homu
A. A. Gllmoro had tho misfortune
of damaging his car tho past week,
so had to make the mall route by
team. George Roberts repaired Gll
more's car, so It Is ugaln in working
Mr .and Mm. A. A. G.Imnro have
moved onto their former homestead
for tho winter,
B. B. Conauay sold his car the past
Georgo Roberts expects to work In
Bend this winter.
Mrs. L. B. Koller and children
(Special to The Bulletin.)
PLEASANT RIDGE. Dec. 21 A
number of Deschutes people wero In
this ne'ixhborhood Sunday soliciting called at tho Leo Tauscher place on
memberships for the lieu cros. Monday.
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Johan-1 Wednesday II. It. Keller helped P.
son were In Redmond Saturday. I b. Johnson ropalr tho telephone line.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at-' It was broken In several places near
tended the big danco In Tumalo Sat- the McKlnley saw mill,
unlay night. , William Rnhn, after working ns
C. A. Douglas, of Terrebonne, was carpenter noar Bond for somo time,
In this vicinity on business Monday. I returned to his homo hero Thursday
Andrew Newton, who has been vis-1 to spend Xmas with his wife.
Itlug at the home of his uncle, O. E. a. A. Gllmoro and wife called at
Andorson. Is working on tho road ' tho A. D. Norton and It. R. Keller
Al Wr&ht, of Rodmond, wns haul-1 Mrs. J. J. Holland cullo don Mrs
' 1 Koller Thursday.
i A. D. Norton and It. It. Kellor are
. I doing hoiiio slaughtering for P. 11.
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Central Oregon Bank
D. E. HUNTER, I'rcHhlent
CARLETON It. HWII-XT, Vice-President
E. I. SIAHAFFKV, 2nd Vice-President,
II. 51. STEPHENS, Cushler
FENDEL WAITE, Asslbtaiit Conhler
D. E. Hunter W. L. O'Douiiell Carleton IJ. Swift
12. P. .Maliaffey II. 51. Stepheiia
Every facility for accomodating
the investors of Central Oregon
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I r uriimiiuu y w. i. iipiauii t.u.;
Deceiuber I I,
United Stutes to Parker C. Hardy,
patent, E SE',. SWV 8Ei 17-17-12.
Florence F. Rogers to Jane L.
Muucy, warranty deed, lot 21, block
13, Park addition.
December 1.1, 11)17.
J K. Reed to J. B. Roe, Q. C. deed,
lot 11, block 2C, Redmond.
Llzzlo N. Danu to C. P. Boles, war
ranty deed. 8 j NWVI 8-H-12.
U. S. A. to Hiruin N. Hogge, patent,
J. S Smlthu to It. B. Chess, war
ranty deed, lot 7, block 12, Deschutes
U. S. A. to Samuel It. Hogln, pat
ent. BW, 8W4 20-10-11.
J. S. Linton to W. F. Fryrear, Q. C.
docd, NWi NE'4. 20-15-11.
U. a. A. to .Mabel C. Bojii, patent,
SiW'U NEV4. 21-17-13.
F. T. Gardlnur t.) Evu Miller, war
ranty deed, 8E,i NWVi U, 8. It.
And Investigate our prices
before buying your Kroccrlea,
AVo cuu save you money.
Mllllcun, Ore. Telephone
SACRIFICES OF ARMY DOCTOR
Home Practice and Other AdvanUaee
Relinquished to Serve Country
During the War.
One-nfth of the total number of
phslclann In the United Slittei. will
have to enroll for military duty If this
war contluut'H for another year, ob
serves Leslie' Weekly. All bill n
small percentage of them must enroll
voluntarily. All but it Mimll percent
age of them have families to support
nud these nnd others are wholly de
pendent on the Income of the hend of
the house for thin supjHirt. The phy
sician from 3fl to W years of nge, the
age of greatest usefulness for mili
tary Hcrvlce, Is at that critical period
:t his professional uiitl lliiaurlal de
velopment Hint two years of forced nln
sence Is liable to affect disastrously
bis whole career.
The change meiins. If there Is no In
dependent Income, sacrificing of In
surance, lapsing of the mortgage,
withdrawing of children from school,
n complete change of method of liv
ing, and great risk of returning lifter
Jif wur with n lucrative practice di
vided among the stny-nth . A
law has recently been Introduced In
tho senate by Senator Owen which
proWdes nn Increased rank for med
ical oltlcers of the reserve corps, that
will In some way meet the lliiunclal
burden of the volunteer doctor nnd
ulll furnish htm u rank cipuil to the
dignity of his chll position.
Sandpapering th. Stova.
neforu applying the polish If n bit of
sandpaper Is rubbed on the stove any
little accumulations of grime ulll bo
removed, mid a smooth, oven coat of
lolWh will result.
" "" -"
A man cnu't nhvnys legiilnle him
self necoidliig to hUtory. There was
Samson, who limi liU life because bo
had Ills haircut, and Absalom becunse
be didn't. .
"Cnro much for the outdoor life,
"Not since I bought an uutoinoblle."
"I hliyiild think that would have
Just the opposite effect."
"No. The outdoor life means noth
ing to me now but punctures, eiiglno
trouble und motoreyclu policemen."
No Faith In the Bard.
"They Mill play .Shakespeare In
"Good I" exclaimed .Mr. Storming
Ion RrirucH. "If I here Is anything 1
like. It Is to nee tli' Germans lone
(I'uniLlicI It Central Onu"li AImIimI Co,)
Not ember "S,
Edward F. Worthlugton to O. II
Long, warranty deed, SV4 SWH Sec.
2, SE'i SEM Sec. 3. Ili-lt.
Tho Bend Co. to John Noreii, war
ranty deed, begin at Sly. corner of
rauty deed, part of blocks IK and ID
Charles II. I. ano to Arthur ().
Schilling, warranty deed, lot 6, block
Henry I, luster to llrooks-Scanlou
Lumber Co., warranty deed, all mer
chantable plue tliiibur on NE'.i 27-18-1
1 . E. ami S. of Deschutes river.
Bessie V. M.irkcll to Sarah E. Abel,
warranty deed, lot 22, Redmond
M. Flgl to Ole K. Olson, warranty
deed, lots 3 and 4, block f4, Original
Plat of Redmond. '
Thu Christian Mueller Lumber ft
Timber Co to Fremont Laud Co ,
SW; Sov. 31; WJ4 Sue. 3; E and
the timber lauds.
Oxro W. Tansey to W II. Barker,
warranty deed, part lot 21, block ID.
C L. Evans, ot al, to Jake Kooy
nan. warranty deed WIS SWVi 10-20-H;
WV4 NWJ 18-20. M.
A. G Stouder to Clint Clemens,
warranty deed, lot 3, block 13, River
Henry I. luster to Emll I). Suausoit
and Martha Swaiisnti, warranty deed,
hit 1, block 13, Aubrey Heights.
Mrs. Hun M Stookoy to Norn C
Mitchell, deed, lots r. and ti, block 21,
December 1 1.
Clinton MiiIIIiin to O C. Ilenklit.
warranty deed, EV4 See. 3I-IH-20.
State of Oregon to A. O. Walker.
Main dn-il. WIS SWt, 2H-I7-I1.
F H. of AniHrle.i to Ell Wilson,
patent, lots X and 4, and S',6 NW'i,
mid SWi Sec. I -SO- It).
V. S of America to Ba'l -i Wilson,
(latent, lots I I nil 1, an I ri ft NH'.,
W14 SEV Sec. I, N'. NK' 12-2U-1K.
W. II. Slants to C II M. ''iit-'lioon,
warranty deed, lot II, b,oek 12,
Slaats addition, lloudi
Dcceinber I 'J,
La Pino Towiislte Co. to H. C,j
llrldKliam, warranty deed, lot 3, blink
4; lots 111 and 20, block 21. Lu Pino.
The Bead Co. to Nikola llarasevlc,
warranty deed, lot f, block 17, Park
Henry Muster ami Mary Ltuster
to II. F-rrell. warranty dewl, lots f
and 1. block 3, Aubrey lle'ghu.
Fremont Loud Co. to Seanlou-Glp-sou
Lumber Co., warranty deed, Sec.
Scanloti-Glpsou Lumber Co. to
Brooks-ft-antou Lumber Co. warran
ty ded. SH. 16-17-11. HE4 JO;
SV4 NWU. W. U-I7-II.
State of Oregon to II. D Struble,
state deed. NWti SWV. 1 HI 7-1 3.
Ed. C. White to Mrs. Elt Olson, .
Q C dt.H.1. lots 17 to 23, Inc. block
Oliver ThorbJ'irusoii to Mauditin
1. Main, warranty dtntd, lot 16, bloelt
Warren D. Cvnis to Thomas Ar
nold, warranty need, SKti NW,.
NE. HW'i. lot 2 and 3. lu IK
1611 II J Overturf to Hend llardwaro
Co . warranty died, land In lot 4.
WE ARE EXTENDING TO YOU
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
"Attention Right Dress !"
Those are about the first two
commands you learn in the army.
We're using them here to call
your attention to the new military
sport suits by Hart Schaffner &
Marx; they're the "right dress" for
men and young men, for outdoor,
sports or business.
Notice the patch pockets and the
all-around belt; the back has plaits.
Many other variations for you to
i& shiSS-i Malone Pants-$4 to $6
MARTIN & CASHMAN
CI,c HOME of HART SCHAFFNER & MylRX Chihu
Flonlielm Shoes 'Dutchess Pants
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
icT1 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.