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nKND llUIJilClIN, RKNl), OREGON, TIUNUSDAY, JANUARY 1M, 10IH
Vernon Clovengrr Temporarily FI1W
ltv.U Ion William lhilin Suf-
Coring: From Illness.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, Jan. 21. W. A. Rahn
Is very slok nt present.
Floyd Van Cleave resigned as clerk
of the school district. Vernon Clev
nngor Is temporarily filling tho po
sition. Mrs. X.. Goodman niul sons, Bonnie
nnd Walter, returned from 11 end after
n two weeks' visit with Mr. Good
man. Mrs. C. M. Hosln was out from
Dend nnd sold ono of her horses.
William Hcam made a business
trip to Dcnd nnd brought Joseph Oes-
trelchor. a 12-yoar-oiu boy..witn mm
to attend school here and help with
I. L. Owon called at tho It. It. Kel
ler place Wednesday.
P. 15. Johnson made a business trip
to Dcnd last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Owen called nt
tho William Itoara home Wednesday
Mrs. II. R. Keller is conducting
tho eighth grado examinations at the
West End school house. Thoso Ink
ing the examinations are Percy Wltte,
Virgil Spencer and Jay Goodman.
Mary Holland called at the II. It.
Keller homo Thursday.
I. L. Owen and H. H. Keller and
eon, Walter, called at tho W. A. Itahu
Hazel Norton was a Sunday guest
of Mary and Joseph Holland.
Mrs. K It. Kellor and children
tvero Sunday afternoon visitors at the
J. J. Holland home.
There was a dauco at the Sloan
ranch Thursday evening.
J. J. Holland was an over-Sunday
guest with his family.
W. W. Grlnstead mado a trip to
Bend to got somo lumber for his
brother-ln-law'g storo and garage.
Gus Wltto has been absent from
school, suffering from croup, but is
now attending classes.
Ed. Mooro lias been suffering with
"blood poisoning In his band, but is
Bomowh.it better and is again doing
the cooking at the Sloan ranch, .Mrs.
B. D. Conaway having returned to
It. It. Keller called at the Sloan
A. J. FULLER SELLS
22 HEAD OF CATTLE
"L. A. Hunt, of Lower Bridge, Pur
chases Stock K. Mitchell Makes
.Final Proof On Homestead.
(Special to The Bulletin)
LOWER BRIDGE, Jan. 2. Ernest
"Mitchell mado .final proof on his
homestead last Thursday.
L. A. Hunt purchased 72 head of
cattle from A. J. Fuller the past
Goorgo Puller has been III the past
week with cold and sore throat.
A. S. Holmes, C. F. Hosklns, L.
T. Rice, David CMIIburn, Gus Stadlg,
L. A. Hunt, R. S. Towne and B. A.
Jaeger were In Bend Tuesday on Irri
Miss Lois Towne was home the lat
ter part of the week during examina
tions at the Redmond high school,
L. A. Hunt was in Redmond on
Mrs. A. S. Holmes assisted in giv
ing the stato examinations on Thurs
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Central Oregon Bank
I. E. HUNTER, President
CARLETON IJ. SWIFT, Vice-President
E. P. MAIIAFFEV, Vice-President,
II. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
D. E. Hunter W. L. O'Donuell Carlcton D. Swift
E. P. Muhnffey II. M. Stephens
Every facility for accommodating
the interests of Central Oregon
day nnd Friday. Dorothy Rico nnd
Fred Walters nro taking tho exam
inations. Gus Stadlg was n Rodmond visitor
A. J. Fullor was In Rend Tuesday
nnd Wednesday for an operation on
his eye. While sharpening n hay cut
tor knlfo, n partlclo of steel got Into
Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Chapman and
Frank Chnmpan were In Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller nnd Mar
lon Hosklns wero Redmond visitors
Dennis Hunt came down from Rend
Tuesday nnd will spend n short time
nt his rnurh.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Fuller, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. F. Hosklns nnd Marlon Hos
klns intended tho concert In Rod
mond Thursday evening.
Mrs. Fred Wnltors. Darwin Wal
ters and Dorothy Rico wero Red
mond shoppers on Tuesday.
Mr". Roles hauled a load of his fur
nlturo from Redmond Friday. ,
Miss Naomi Hosklns went to Port
land Sunday evening.
A. S. Holmes mado a trip to Mad
ras on Saturday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nowbold wero
in Redmond Tuesday.
Jerry Groszkrcugor. Dennis Hunt,
C. F. Hosklns and Frank Chapman
rodo on Lower Squaw crook Satur
day to got up nil stray cattlo and
horses In that locality.
ARE HELD AT SISTERS
Pupils Take Part In Contests Kicry
Thursday Kiciilng Examina
tions Arc On.
'Special to The Bulletin.)
SISTERS, Jan. 21. Mrs. Allen Is
conducting tho eighth grade examina
tion at tho public school In the prin
Mrs. Howell Is holding a spelling
contest on Thursday evening of each
week, at the public school.
The sawmill is short of logs on
account of a lack of teams to haul
tho logs to the mill.
J. D. Bowman has had a crow of
men working on tho roads leading
out of Sistors.
On account of tho mild weather,
somo of tho ranchers aro plowing, as
tho soil Is moist and not frozen.
Fred Van Matro made a trip to
(Bend last Saturday and returned
Tho roads aro somewhat muddy
now on account of Incessant rainfall.
Miss Ada Taylor was on the sick
list for a few days this week.
Jasper Homes mado a trip last
Monday to get somo horses for his
father, to be used at the sawmill.
AT PRINGLE FLAT
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PRINGLE FLAT, Jan. IS. School
reopened Monday at Prlngle Flat.
Vorda and Harlcy Palmer have left,
owing to their parents moving to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Raleigh Cross arc out
from Prineville. They wd! reshlo
with the latter's mother until spring,
when they will niovo onto the Mickel
place which they have recently pur
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hamlin leave
Monday for Bend, where Mrs. Ham
lin will remain for somo timo.
For farm tana loans see J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
TWO TUMALO WOMEN
TAKE OVER HOSPITAL
Farmers Work On Ronil Road Mr.
Griffin Is Now In Charge
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
TllMAt.O. .Inn. ! t -MImim Mitllli
and Ethel link's hnvo taken charge of
the Rend Surgical Hospital for Dr.
Mr, Grlttn has taken rhnrge of the
Quito n number of farmers am
working on the road between Bond
Mrs. Garner, of Ellousburg, Wash,,
Is visiting Mrs. Phelps.
tMrs, II. J, Bookman spent tho day
Wednesday with Mrs. Union.
Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs.
J. F. Carey nnd Mrs. Unlos spout the
day Thursday with Mrs. llrown, nnd
Friday with Mrs. llnrpor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Footo wore Uond vis
Frank Dayton has moved In town
for tho winter.
Highest ensh price paid for all
kinds of hides, pelts, wool, furs, at
Urtggs' Second tflnnd Store... :t 7 1 to
GIVES GOOD PROGRAM
Charles Spnugti Purchases New Motor
Car Eight Pupils Take Eighth
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
Tho literary program given Satin -day
night by tho IMnohurst improve
ment Society was welt nttcnicd
PINEHl'RST. Jan. 22. Charles
Spaugh recently purcliBDl a new
The eighth grado examination was
conducted this week by Mrs, I E
Wlmor. Thoso writing wore Ruth
Bayloy, Durward Howell, Goorgo Die
trich and Lester Snyder.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. V. Swisher have
been on tho sick list this week, hut
are reported convalescent.
Judge Barnes was In tho IMnohurst
neighborhood Sunday, the guest of It.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Spaugh went
to Bond on business Tuesday.
J. B. Nichols suffered from nn at
tack of la grlppo last week.
Miss Ethel Graham was tho guost
of Mrs William Hnago Thursday
Mrs G. W. Snyder was trading In
Bend last Friday.
Charles Spaugh and family tmo
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc
MAKE HOSPITAL CAPS
Pattern Sent O. I). O. Club lly Nurse
In France Memorial Ser
vice Aro Held.
(Special n Tho Bulletin.)
PLAINVIEW. Jan. 22. Tho rg
ular meeting of tho O. D. O. Club
was held on Thursday afternoon,
January 17, with Mrs. Andrew Arm
strong. Besides the regular business
tho ladles voted part of tho money
In a special fund to bo used to buy
muslin to bo mado Into a kind of cap
for hospital use. Tho pattern has
been sent direct from a nurso In
Franco with an appeal for a large
number of thoso to bo made. Part
of the afternoon was devoted to a
memorial service for tho late Mrs,
Martha Armstrong, who had been
the oldest club member. Delightful
refreshments wero served by tho
Tho next meeting of tho club will
bo on Friday ovcnlng, February 1, at
tho homo or Mrs. Chalfan, All tho
husbands, children and friends of the
club members aro to bo guests for tho
Mrs. Howard Hartley spent Satur
day night and Sunday at tho Pulllam
A friend from near Bend has Join
ed Malcolm Vougt nnd will work with
him In clearing his land this winter.
Mrs. S. L. Burgess and James spent
tho weok at tho home of Androw
Mr. Hoss and F. O. Powers mado
a business trip to Bond nnd Red
mond last Tuesday.
A largo numbor of friends enjoyed
a social evening at tho Pulllam
ranch on Saturday, January 19.
Thoso not wishing to play cards woro
entertained with games and music.
Light refreshments wero served.
Air. and Mrs. Will Levcrcnz and
Mrs. Weaver wero guests at tho meet
ing of tho Improvement club In tho
IMnohurst school house Saturday ov
onlng. F. G. Powers and family spent
Friday evening at the Box A ranch.
Tho directors of tho Plalnvlow Ir
rigation company hold a meeting at
tho school housa Saturday evening
to discuss plans for tho year,
Tho sawmill located In tho tlmbor
near the Parsons ranch started op
erations last week under tho man
agement of a company from Red
mond. There will bo a meeting at tho
school house next Friday night, Jan
uary 25, to decide what action Is to
bo taken on the school bond, which
will fall duo In March, All legal
voters should bo present.
Mrs. Paul Scoggln Is spending tho
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
We can save you money.
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weok In Portland visiting friends.
Mrs. Mao Lovoreuc and sous hnvo
returned from a pleasant week with
Mrs. Nichols at Pluohurst .
Mr. Dawson and family, from near
Grand Junction, Colorado, who have
been visiting at tho Knickerbocker
ruucli, hnvo decided to locate In this
vicinity and at present are living on
Mrs. Sllvls' plnco,
RED CROSS BRANCH
Thirteen Sweater Sent In IjiM Wrrk
tn Hem! Chapter Rev. Illalr
lo Preach Farvuell.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
TERREBONNE. Jan. 23. Tho
Terrebonne Red Cross auxiliary Is
busy these days. Members nro tui'et
Ing each Wednesday nt the L, P C.
Hall at which timo they sow, and on
Friday they mnko surgical drcsslrigs.
Tho knitting needles hnvo not bren
Idln as thirteen sweaters worn sent
In last week to tho llend rhnpter
Rev. J, Edward Illulr will preach
his farewell sormnn at L. P C. hall
noxt Sunday morning. He expects
to loavo for Marshflold In n short
Mrs. Winifred Osborn, of Grand
view, was a recent Terrebonno vis
itor. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Morgan nnd
Mr. and Mrs, George Grnves at
tended tho masquorndo given at Me
tollus last Friday evening
Dr. William Tackmnn, who has
been doing dontal work hero for tho
past few weeks, left Sunduy for Cul
ver. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mandcracheld
havo returned from a vslt to Port
land. Mrs. Goorgo Hamilton left Sunday
morning for a visit with relatives In
Mrs. J. S. McVey Is at tho Bond
Surgical hospital for treatment.
Mrs. Mildred McElfresh returned
from Tacoma Inst week and is visit
ing at tho homo of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George lunkcr.
Miss Roxle -Morris, of Culver, spent
tho week end at her homo here,
Mrs, C. O. Iloynton nnd little Miss
Lldu, have returned from a visit with
relatives In Portland and Castle Rock,
E. M. Eby Is on tho sick list.
POWELL BUTTE HAS
.Mr. N) Brings :i( Head of Cattle
In lo Neuly PiirrlinMil Ranch
Farmer Builds llnrn.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE. Jan. 23, The
dauco on January 18 was a splendid
success, A largo number wero pres
ent. Mr. Nye, who purchnsed the Mnx
Strixner ranch, brought In 300 head
of cattlo last weok.
C. L. Llnqulst has re-rented tho
Abloson ranch for a couple of years,
also another udjolnlug ranch.
L. W. Van Dorcn was nulto pain
fully hurt last week by falling on a
pitchfork and running ono of tho
prongs through his hand.
D. H. Mustard has commenced
work on his now barn, tho work be
ing dono by E. II. Smith.
Art Wurzwoller completed work on
his cattlo sheds last weok.
H. K. Allen Saturday visited his
slater, Miss Mabln Allen, who Ib
teaching at tho Alfalfa school,
J. J, Chapman sold a load of hogs
to tho Redmond warehouse last week,
Miss Katsch and Mr. Waugh at
tended church In Redmond Sunday.
(Mrs. J, J, Chapman gave tho eighth
grado examinations at tho Wilson
(Continued on Pago 3.)
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINOS
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
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THE COOD NEWS ON MY
Kaiser3 s End
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
The following Is a sermon roreutly
delivered In Davis, West Vlrgluln, by
tho Rev. Cary Montague, rector of Ht.
Barnabas Episcopal church, which
created such an Interest that we have
secuifd tho sermon for publication.
Rev, .Montague snys!
Recently my attention was culled
to the Uth chapter of the Book of
Revolutions ns applying to present
world conditions. I have nlwnys
looked upon Bible prophecies as be
ing either ton deep or loo vnguo to bn
npplled accurately to our own times,
so I liium n my Investigations with
little or no enthusiasm, but the more
1 read this chapter and compared It
with events nt present and of the
past three years, the more I became
Interested, and unu I am offering tho
following notes, not as n prophet but
merely us a student, hoping that my
readers will Investigate for them
selves and correct me If I urn wrong
In any of my statements.
Verse 1 reads: "And I stood upon
the sands of tho sea and saw a beast
rlso up nut of the sea having seven
heads nnd ten horns and upon his
horns ten crowns nnd upon his head
tho nnma of blasphemy."
Reference to uny encyclopedia will
show that "Tho German Empire Is
composed of tho following twenty.s'.x
states and divisions. The kingdoms
of Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony and
Wurttemburg; the Grnnd-duchlrs of
Baden, Hesse, Mecklenborg'Schwer
In; Moeklcnbcrg-Storllt, Oldenburg
and Saxo-Welmar; tho duchies of An
halt, Brunswick, Haxe-Altenburg, Kax
Coburg'Gotha, and B.nxe Mnlnlngen;
tho principalities of Leppe-Detmold,
Rouss-Grlez, Reuss-Srhlelz, Hchatn
Woldeck-I'rymont; the free towns of
Bremen, Hamburg and l.ubeck, and
tho Imperial territory of Alsace-Lar-ralne."
(Ene. Brit. Vol. II, page
80S.) Add to these twenty-six states
Germany's colonial possessions as an
other class of political divisions and
wo find an empire composed of
tweuty-Hoven parts, Tho beast, too,
had twenty-seven parts. seven
heads, ten horns and ten crowns.
Verse 2 describes tho liens t, giving
him tho brutality of the bear, the
bloodthlrstlness of tho linn and tho
deceit and treachery of tho leopard;
all of which characteristics have been
shown by tho world's enemies In this
Verso 3 rends: "And I saw ono of
his heads as It wore wounded to dnath
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Now tho Patint Poueh Koapi II
Frith and Claan anil Qood,
A LIUIt Chaw ot Oratlr It tnouoh
and Lull Lonairthan big ohtw
at ordinary plus.
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WlTHOtrT TH1H HKAl.'
on January 27
ami his deadly wound wiu healed"
lit It well known that the KnUer has
J AJ 'I
been operated on for rniirer ot the
throat, which Is usually a deadly dis
ease, but he has recovered
Verse C: "Anil thore was given
hi tn a mouth speaking great tlfl-f)"
and blasphemies, and power Mas giv
en unto him to continue forty nnd two
mouths." Grmit things nud blasph .
ouilnsl What better description could J
there be of the Kaiser's speeches,
wlion he tells his troops that they
are the chosen of (lad and that he Is
God's vice regent, and then sends
forth his soldiers to rob and rape,
pillage nnd burn nn Innocent neutral
country like BoIkIuiii, and hi diplo
mats to lie and decelv.
Versus (i, 7, K, 0, and 10 nro de
scriptive of Germany's mirly success
es of the war, nnd tha fate which
Verses II and 12: "And 1 beheld
another Insist criming out of tho
earth; and ho had two horns like u
lamb, and he spake as a dragon. And
ho exerclseth nil the power ot Hut
first beast before him and cmunhIIi
tho earth and them which dwolt
therein to worship the first beast
whoso deadly wound wss healed."
"Austria-Hungary, the ally of Ger
many, Is an empire composed of two
kingdoms, often known as the iluaU
monarchy; as St. John puts It, "hav
ing two horns as a lamb. ' Her part
In the war has been that of the under
study of Germany, tho willing tool
of tho Kaiser. Itnr troops have been
at his disposal; she began the wnr
when he wss ready, In accordance
with his wishes (see Gerard's Let
ters). In other words she "causettt
the earth and them that dwell therein
to worship the (Irsl beast." Also,
Austria-Hungary Is almost a land
locked empire. At SI. John says,
"she cometh up nut of the earth,"
and lint nut of tho sea, as did tho
first beast. (
Verse 13; "And ho doeth great
wonders so that he mnkoth flro somo
down from heaven on tho earth In
(ho sight of men." Thu German
troops wero the first and I think tho
only ones to use liquid flro In battle,
lo the consternation of their oppost
Verses id and 17: "And ho cans
nth all, both small nnd otrnat, rich
and poor, freo and bound, to receive
a mnrk In their right hand or In the
forehead, and that no man might buy
or sell save he (hat had tho mark or
(Continued n page 3.)