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IlKNO IIUI.MC1IK, IIKNJ), ORKOON, THURSDAY, .lAMJAUV t7, UI8
DANCE IS GIVEN AT
HOME IN MILLICAN
Moycl Van Clrnrc KntiTtnlni Number
of Friends Rnncher Cuts llauil
AVhllc Working In WimmK
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Jan 14. L. II. Keller
wns an ovor-Sundny visitor with his
family. Ho attended tho dance nt
Van Cleavo's whllo here.
The tlnneo at Floyd Van Cleavo's
Saturday night was well attended and
onjoyed by all present.
Alex Foeal mado a business trip
to Bend on Tuesday.
Opal Conaway Is again attending
Mrs. B. II. Conaway Is again cook
lug nt the Sloan ranch.
A. D. Norton Is at Bend on busi
ness. Little Frances Norton was very 111
this week, but Is somewhat better
J. J. Holland spent Wednesday af
ternoon at home, returning to the
Georgo Cook place Thursday morn
ing. Francis l.co is still busy hauling
liny to tho P. B. Johnson place.
P B. Johnson mado a business trip
to Bend last week.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at the
It. K. Keller place, Thursday.
Mrs. P. It. Johnson was on tho sick
list one day last week.
Ed. Mooro has returned from a trip
Mrs. Grover Caldwell and children
returned to Bend recently, after visit
ing several days at tho Sloan ranch
with Mr. Caldwell.
George Cook Injured his hand so
badly while uttlng.wood that he had
to seek medical aid dn Bend. It Is
Alex Fceal called at tho It. H. Kel
ler homo Tuesday.
Mrs. It. R. Keller and Mrs. J. J.
Holland called at the P. B. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gilmoro at
tended a card party at Cliff, Friday
evening, returning home Saturday.
Gllmore's 1iad a telephone Installed
tho past week.
H. II. Keller called at tho Sloan
ranch one day this week.
Mrs. L. B. Keller and son, Harold,
called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T Tauschor, last week.
WEN HAUL ORE FROM
LOWER BRIDGE MINE
I'atrun-Tcnclien.' Mooting Held
Friday Hew Family On
(Special n Tho Bulletin.)
"LOWEIt BRIDGE. Jan. H. Mrs
l-'rank Newbold visited Mrs. R. S.
T"owne on Tuesday.
The Silica ralno has been worked
the past week and two carloads wero
hauled to Terrebonne, from where
the oro was shipped.
Gus Stadlg was a Redmond visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman
made a business trip to Redmond on
A Patron-Teachers' meeting was
lield at the school house Friday after
noon. L. A. Hunt and Jerry Groszkrouger
were In Bund on Tuesday as wit
nesses for Sandy Scott.
L. F. Hunt, Frank Newbold. Dick
Mitchell and Mr. Polly have been'
working on tho road tho past week,
tnklng out tho rocky reefs.
Mr. and Mrs. Boles and four chil
dren, from Monroe, Oregon, arrived
on Wednesday and are located on tho
Emma Fuller place, which thoy pur
chased some time ngo.
N'owt. Cobb and Mr. Eilgeston,
from Sisters, wero visitors nt tho
Howard place on Wednesday.
John A. Calverley. Darwin Walters
and C. F, Hosklus wero Bend visitors
Elalno Hunt has been 111 tho past
week with n sore throat.
C. W. Clapp. Mrs. Harrington Mid jworo nt irvlllo last Sunday, look
sun, uuu&ii, mill .iis. r.i iivoi .iiiii.iii.-ii
Rasmus Peterson and Mrs. Johnn
sun woro In Redmond Saturday,
W. II. Gray was lit Bond on bus
Mr. and Mrs. O. E, Audoroou and
Androw Nowton attended tho party
nt tho DoscUutos hotel Friday night.
BOX SUPPER GIVEN
FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL
Social ami Klunuetnl Success
Rancher Loses Another
BEND R. F. 1). NO. I., Jan. If..
Tho box supper given at tho Moun
tain View schu1)l on Friday evening
for tho heuoftt of thu Sunday school,
was a success socially and financial
ly. The proceeds netted $:KI.70,
which tho Sunday school presented
to Rav. Hurtrnnft tho following Sun
day for tho kindly service ho Is doing
In the community.
Mrs. J. S. Nowborry Is on tho sick
Mrs. J. Carson has been n suffuror
from rheumatism tho past week.
J, W. Wornstnff and his father and
uncle, Albert, and W. J, Wornstaff
and daughter left In a car Tuesday
for Arizona. They went by way of
Bend and California, Mr. Clapp will
bo engaged In mining In Arizona.
Ernest Mitchell Is working for Gus
lug at some dairy stock.
Mrs. William Aberuethy and little
sou, David, aro spend a few days at
tho homo of the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wornstnff.
Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Stookoy spent
Sunday at tho homo of tho latter'
father, Elmer Wornstaff.
Miss Ethel Caldwell, of Summer
4 tvt mmmi a oro n A T i?
lUvn I uivunnoiio jtuv j lMko l9 visltlivg nt tho homo of her
AT HAMPTON TIT TTTR uncle, O B. Caldwell.
v j 4imUB xoff has again had tho mis
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE. Jan. 14. Mr.
Thompson was here Moudny to get n
calf which ho purchased from II.
J. M. Brlckoy was a Sunday visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Brlckoy mnde
a short visit at tho Brlckoy ranch
tho last of the week. They returned
to Bend Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. Nowton Morris, of
Supleo, passed through hero Satur
day on tholr way home from Bend.
C. J. Stauffer and Baldwin Cos-
pool, of Stauffer. autoed through here
Friday on their way to Bend.
Bert Meeks mado a business trip
to Hampton last Monduy.
Page and Roy Stauffer passed
through hero Tuesday on their way
to Prlnevllle, where they have employment.
fortune of losing another valuable
WILL GIVE PROGRAM
Entertainment Saturday Night nt tho
Pluclmrst School Irrigation
Ditches Still Supplied.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PINEHURST. Jan. 15. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Spaugh and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wlmer and son,
They I Raymond, Miss Ivy Snydor and Lostur
anyner wuro ninuiiK wiusu who ui
tonded tho social In Tumalo Saturday
Tho Plnehurst Improvement Soci
ety will give a program nt tho school
house Saturday night. All are cor
F. V. Swisher mado a business trip
to tho Pino Treo Lumber Co.'s mill
Owing to tho remarkably mild
weather this winter, tho Irrigation
ditches have been supplied with water
Farmers at Plea-ant Ridge Buy Xur- u largo part of tho time.
uuanes noweii ami son navo ueen
RANCHERS GET READY
FOR SPRING PLANTING
scry Stock Former Resident
Comes to Visit.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
PLEASANT RIDGE. Jan. 15. W.
H. Gray and Georgo Gray woro saw
ing wood near Redmond this week.
Frederick Karstens, of Med ford,
who recently trader for tho N. W.
Gray place, was in this vicinity on
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson mado
a business trip to Bend last Thurs
day. Mrs. W II. Gray and Mrs. George
Gray visited friends In Tumalo Thursday.
Howard Hartley, of Tumalo, was
hauling hay this week.
G. W. Snyder was a business visi
tor In Bend Saturday.
Mrs. F. W. Luvcrcnz spent tho
week with her sister, Mrs. Delia
Miss Myrtlo Spaugh was tho guest
of Miss Ruth Bayley, Saturday.
School visitors this week wore Mrs.
I. E. Wlmor. Mrs. May Lovorcuz and
Miss Ivy Snyder.
ARE HAULING HAY
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
TUMALO. Jan. 15. Phlllin Smith
in this neighborhood Monday. look-! is a Portland visitor this week.
Ing for some of his cattle. Mrs. Lundborg, tho Misses Edith,
A. Cosllt. of Redmond, was In this Ethel and Esther Bales, Grover and
vicinity Monday selling nursery stock i Bay Corking and Raymond Churchill
to tho farmers. attended n party at tho Doschuten
Carl Woods, of Sisters, pissed , "ici i-miay nigni
through here n his way to Kodinouu
Mrs. O. E. Anderson was in Red
mond on business Monday.
Jake Poterson and Anton Ah!
strom made a business trip to Bend
Mr. Cobb, of Sisters, was In this
L. W. Warner and family, of Red
mond, wero out to their ranch Sun
day. O. E. Anderson lost a valuable
holfcr this week
'HI'- W. I It H '
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JklI'' '!' I v'fS-i '1ibW
CONDENSED KEFOKT OF THE CONlilTION OK
Central Oregon Bank
At the Cloie of Iluilnt, December 31, 1518
D. E. HUNTER, President
CAULKTON U. SWIFT, Vice-President
K. P. MAIIAFFEY, Vico-Prosideut,
II. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
D. E. nuntcr W. L. O'UonucIl Carleton B. Swift
E. I'. Mahnffcy H. M. Stephens
Loans and Discounts 1229,038.43
llonds and Warrants 12,446.86
Furniture and Fixtures .... 4,571.40
Cash and Kxchanve 70,528.40
Capital Stock S 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided I'ruf.
Deixwlts ,,., 2118,439.09
Total , $325,585.60
Margaretto Fllcklngor, who has
been visiting her parents, loft Friday
ovoulug for Berkeley. Calif.
John Gray and Clydo Short hnvo
been hauling hay for J. E. Dunn this
Oscar Illlslhcch, who has been vis
iting W .V. Ray for tho past twi
months, loft the mlddlo of tho wouk
John Coon, W. N, Ray, Grover
and Ruy Gcrklng woro Bend visitors
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh, Mr. and
Mrs. F. N. Wailaco and Ed. Deri re
turned from Portland tho first of
tho week, where they attended the
A musical was glvon by tho Tilll
cum club for tho community on Sat
Mrs, Lundheri' Is on thu sick I st
Ray and (J rover Gerklng and Neal
Ray apont Saturday evening at tho
homo of Mr, and Mrs, J. J. Coon.
TO STAUFFER RANCH
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
STAUFFER, Jan. 10 B, T. Knss
poll I Is adding buildings to his ranch
in Chicago valley.
Mr. Hunter, of Bend, punned
through on his way to Egll on bus
iness, Roy and Pago Stauffer havo re
turned to Prinovlllo to work,
Bon Rhodes left this morning for
Bend, whoro ho expects to get em
ployment. J H, Hasrh and ulf epon the
wpok end with J. O. Perry and wife.
T. L Cownn autoed over to Vn
gontlro mountain onn day last week
And investigate our price
before buying our groceries.
Wo can Nave you money.
Mlllican, Ore. Telephone
HIM! BUT I'LLSTAV
ON THIS SIDE OF THE
WALL WHILE YOU READ
THE GOOD NEWS ON
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" contains Mora Tobaeco
Ml and ten heavy twaatsnlna $ k f
ftA bn ordinary lluil ( 6S Av
fc mads tha Qraly Way. mvMMfVlli
W. A Sallatylno Man's Chaw. 'MAJttlnV-iM A
jHi'. a ioo. pouch is proof op it tflflH ftftiiwmMrs?)mmm
M'r-r- -t -r. l.?'.BiWi wlmw- ' mmt
looking after his cattle.
Helen UIiiuIch has hou on tho sick
list hut Is all right ttKitln.
J. Hnsch butcheriHl a bnef Mon
thly and sent It to the Bond market.
Get. GimmI RtiiltN Oilli-kly.
Theso few lines from J. E, Haynes,
McAlestor, Okla., tlivtorvo careful
reading by every ouu who vnlues
good health: "I find no medicine
which acts so mildly and quickly
with good results ns Foley Cnthartlc
Tablets. They empty tho stomach
and bowels, giving all of tho digestive
organs a healthy action." Sold ev
ARRIVE IN FRANCE
LelterM Tell of Nafo Paxnago On tho
Atlantic Party (SUcii tit
George t'jrui Home.
(Speclnl to The Bulletin)
CLOVERDALE. Jan. 1(5 Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. I'lirrh and daughters, of
Bond, spent Sunday In Sisters and
Cloverdnle visiting friends.
Frank Zumwnlt took little Lorettn
Beard to Redmond Friday to havo
her ear lanced. Sho Is Improving
Mr. nml Mrs. R O. Andres took
their son, Raymond, to Bend on Fri
day to tho doctor. Ho Is deaf In one
Mrs. B. C, Kline and Mrs. S. K.
Burling received word from tholr
sons n few days ago, saying that thoy
had arrived safely in Franco. They
report n pensant trip.
La Dona Cyrus and (Catherine
Pugh, of Bend -wero guests of Lillian
Van Matro Sunday.
Mrs. 11. C Miller wns calling on
Mrs. Henry Bcnrd Sunday
Tho party given nt the Georgo Cy
rus homo last Tuesday was a suc
cess. Everyone had a very pleasant
Jack Karnes, of Sisters, attended
the party at the Cyrus bi"
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parberry wero
shopping In Sisters Friday.
(ilady Parberry has been on tho
sick list tho past week.
About hair an Inch of snow full
Sunday night, but It Is nil gono now
and tho sun Is shindig again
John Gotlcr made n business trip
to Redmond Saturday,
You really save more, get better goods
and true satisfaction here.
734 Wall Street, Near Ohio W.one Red" 161
Sunday, as ho leaves this part of the
Mr. and Mrs II. A. Hcogglu and
Ray Armstrong were dinner guests
at tho homo of Itay Abbey In Clover
dale Inst H ii n it a. v
Jim I'll 1 1 la in as a guast at thu
Hartley ranch tw days Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs Jim Elktus and fam
ily huvu moved to Sisters, where Mr.
Elklus will work In the new mill this
Misses Rnrhael and Constance
Knickerbocker spent tho wk end at
tho Pino Lawn ranch.
Paul Srogglu starts Tuesday for n
week's visit In Portland
Mr and Mrs, Howard Hartley and
Jack, Mrs. J A W. Bcoggln, Miss
Nellie Scogglu, Mrs S. L, Burgess
and son, James, and Mr and Mrs II.
A. Hcogglu worn Plaluvlnw guests nt
tho entertainment given by the Tllll
rum club In Tumalo. Saturday night.
Mrs. Hartley and Mr. Bcoggln assist
ed In the program.
1MB SOCIAL HKINGS
$80 SATURDAY NIGHT
I'mirll Buttr Eiijo) l"nliiii' Program
E, E. Ioiik Kriurii I 'nun
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL-liriTi:, Jan IC -Tho
program and pin social M the Kho
pard school Friday evening was great
ly enjoyed by those present. Miss
Hartley deserves miirh prulso for the
splendid program, and mnuy Ihniih'r.
are duo those bidding so generously
on tho plea, I HO being tho proceeds
of tho livening.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. McCoy havo
moved onto the J A Rlggs place.
Mrs, Allen Wlllcnxon and Mrs, J.
M Shearer and Ross llusnett werO
(Continued oil Pago 7.)
PLAIN VIEW RANCHER
IS HOST AT PARTY
.1. W. A. Srogglu (Vlrlinid-. Birthday J
Rev. Blair Prvnchrs LaM
(Spnclnl to Tho Bulletin.)
PLAINVIEW, Jan. H. A dinner
party wns given at tho J. A, W Scog-
Kin ruiicn iuhi nununy, ino occasion
being Mr. Scoggln's birthday. Mr,
and Mrs. LoiiIh Bennett, Misses Mary
and Robertn and Master Woodson
Bennett worn guests from Bond,
Mrs Weaver and son, of Redmond,
are visiting at tho homo of Will Lov
crnnz. Mrs. M W. Knickerbocker return
ed last Monday from a three weeks'
stay In Portland.
Jack Hartley has mado several
trips to Bond lately to havo dental
Tho O. l),iO, club will moot on
Thursday afternoon with Mrs, An
drew Armstrong. Tho ladles not
having paid their annual dues aro
urged to bring them ut this meeting.
Miss Frieda Clark Is working in
Bend this winter.
Relatives from Clovordalo aro vis
iting at the M. W. Knickerbocker
homo this week,
Mrs, J. A. W. Bcoggln spent last
Friday and Saturday In Bend.
Preaching services woro held nt the
Platnvluw school houso Sunday utter
noon. This wns Rov. Blair's Ins)
The Hot Spark
From h Columbia Dry Cell will make your
YOU will always tct foo(l lively batteries
1 Vol n us. No cells carried iu stock loni;
enoufcb to weaken.
For Stationary Engines or Autos
look for the Columbia trade mark
Bend Hardware Company
Auto Accessories and Diamond Tires
WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
E. E. VARCO BROTHERS
C. H. BISHOP. 1130 K.ntf.ton Ave.. Bend
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVEIR
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