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riKNi) nuM.rciirs, iiknd, ohkoon, Thursday, January ui, iuih
CALLED AT MILLICAN
"WHI Cliooso Now Clerk to Surceod
Floyd Van Clovw, Who He
emit ly ltesljrned.
(Special to Tito Bulletin.)
MII.LICAN. J.n '.'$. Special
school meeting notlcoi havo been
posted for February 3, fur tlio elec
tion of now school rlir't, Floyd
Van Clove, our former clork, having
Mr. and Mrs. A. D Norton and
threo children woro Mond.iv dinner
guests at the II. It. Kellor home.
P. B. Johnson to.vJo a business trip
to Bend Sunday aitoriiotvi, return
Mrs. 1. H. Johnson and son. Hob
ert, wens guests at dinner at the
George Iloberts home Monday.
Whilo G. Allen made a short bus
iness trip, Mrs, Alton and daughter,
Lois, vlsitod with Mrs. George Rob
erts, returning to Bend Monday ev
ening with Mr. Roberts, who also
visited -Willi his family. Mrs. Rob
erts and daughter accompanied them
to Bond for several days.
Frank Pctvivai made a business
trip to Bend every day last week.
'Mrs. Frank Perclval Is going to
Bend Monday o huvo some dental
Guy Schaefcr made a trip to Bend
.Mrs. F. Tauschcr. Mrs. I.. B. Kel
ler and Mrs. J. J, Hotland were Wed
nesday dinner guests of Mrs. Schac
fer. One of tho Gllngcn boys Is stop
ping with Mrs. George Roberts, while
Mr. Roberts is employed In Bend.
Mary Holland was a Saturday af
ternoon visitor ot tho U. A. Keller
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland spent
Sunday at tho I... B. Keller home.
L. B. Keller and Alex Feeal were
over Sunday guests at their respec
Mr. and Mrs. Edgbcrt Dyer and
daughter, Ruth, were Sunday dinner
guests at he A. D. Norton home.
The school -board met Monday af
ternoon at the P. B. Johnson home.
There will bo a dance at tho now
hall at Grlnstead's on February 14,
St. Valentine's night. Tho building
is well under way at the present time.
Mr and Mrs. A. A. Gllmore called
-at the R. R. Keller home last Thurs
Wednesday, Mrs. P. B. Johnson
and son, Robert, and Mrs, R. R. Kel
ler made a business trip to Bend.
(Mr. Hunter was at Bond Wednes
day to consult an oculist.
Francis K. I.oe made a trip to Bend
Tuesday, returning Thursday.
Wm. Ream made a trip to Bend
last week, returning Wednesday. He
took Joseph Ocstrlcher back to that
Mrs. Schaefer and son, Guy, made
a business call on A. T. Shaver at
the George Cook home Tuesday, In
regard to having ti -well drilled.
31 r. and 'Mrs. Conaway and sons
went .to Bond Thursday, Opal stay
Ing at the Klger homo and Oscar at
the Sloan ranch.
I.yle Caldwell Is visiting with his
"father at tho Sloan ranch.
G rover Caldwoll was called to Bend
Saturday evening on account of his
Mrs. I. L. Owen was obliged to re
sign her position on account of poor
health. Friday 'was her last day at
school. The ladles of Mllllcan sur
prised her tit tho building at noon,
bringing a basket dinner.
Mrs. Vernon Clovenger and son.
Marshall, wore school visitors Tuos
Mrs. J. J. Holland spont Tuesday
nt tho R. R. Kollor homo.
Charles Groffonborgor made n trip
to Prlnovlllo, looking for a horso ho
Mrs. J. J. Holland and Mrs. R. R.
Kollor wero callers tit tho P. II. John
son homo Thursday nfternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Foeal nnd Mr.
Feeal's brother and Laurence Feeal
wero Sunday visitors nt tho L. II.
A. D. Norton was ill ono day this
Mrs. P. B. Johnson called nt tho
A. I). Norton nnd R. R. Kollor homes
Gladys nnd Hazel Norton woro
Monday nlghf guests with their uncle
nnd mint. Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Klger
A. I). Norton Is busy cutting fence
NEW COUNTY ROAD
Alfalfa Resident Thought .Vow In
France- Much Krai Ivdiito Ac
tivity In Vicinity.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. Jan. 28. Frank
Roupo and Denver Good havo boon
opening tho now county road, giving
several farmers nil outlet to tho pub
Mrs. Curt Mullcr. proprietress of
the beauty shop In Bend, spent Sun
day In Alfalfa.
Ralph Ferry, who enlisted In the
marines, Is believed to be somewhere
In France. Ho notified his parents
ho would send some clothes homo
when tho boat sailed. Tho clothes
wore received Tuesday.
Thcro Is considerable activity In
tho real estate business In Alfalfa,
sovcral farms having changed hands
and more sales pending.
Elder Py-.itt has been having a
siege of la grippe.
.Curt Mullcr accompanied his brother-in-law
to Prlncvlllo Friday.
Albert Ferry, of Bend, visited his
parents In Alfalfa before leaving for
Bert Powell received n telegram
calling him to tho hedsldo of his
mother In Brownsville
Miss Mablo Allen spent Sunday at
Powell Butto with her brother and
father, who lately arrived from Sioux
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shults wero
in Redmond Friday, their son, Or
vlllc, and J. N. Roberts accompany
ing them back to Alfalfa.
Gus Borry was In Bond Wednes
day after supplies for the Johnson
ranch. He also took somo young
horses to town.
Tho wood saw is again busy In
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie V. Clarke en
tertained a numbor of friends at din
ner Thursday evening.
Larson and Tattl butchered a beef
Leslie V. Cltirlco has purchased
somo full-blooded Mammoth Bronzo
turkeys, from which he hopes to
raise turkeys for the market.
For farm land loans sco J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
IN HEMSTEAD VALLEY
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HEMSTKAl). Jan. 28. Thero has
been but very Ilttlo snow here as yrft.
Warm rains and sunshine are mak
ing tho grass nnd sagebrush grow,
Mrs. Harris is spending tho week
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Davts linvo moved to
Bond for tho winter, Mr, DIckorsoH
will look nftor tho IXivIh ntock tho
linlntiru ot tho winter,
I), Ouun'a Botflu-lnw nnd daugh
ter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Crulao, havo been
visiting hero nluco tho first ot tho
COUNCIL CLUB GIVES
Many lYont KUtom Attend Clovrrdnlo
Meetlng lllrt Inlay Party
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
CLOVKRDALK. Jan. 24. -Tho
Council club program last Friday
night was ns follows: Dialogue,
"Breakfast For Two," Mrs. Georgo
Burtisldo and Mr. Ruy Abbey; song
by the eighth grade girl; a mock
trial, In which John Gotter was
charged with stealing randies from
Miss Richards' rnko during tho parly
last Tuesday night.
Thoso from Sisters who attended
tho Council club woro Ada Taylor,
Lynn Wilson, Jnck Hames, Elba Tay
lor nnd Fred Van Mutro.
Lillian Van Matre was tho guest
of Im Dona Cyrus Sunday.
Mrs. Rcnn Cyrus and Mrs, Myrtle
wero calling on Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. II. C Miller has been alck
tor tho past week.
Dean Van Mntro nnd Veruo Bkel
ton wont to Sisters Sunday.
Mrs. Rcnn Cyrus ami Alvln wero
shopping In Sisters Saturday.
A party wns given for Miss Ruby
Richard's nnd John Goiter's birth
day last Tuesday night. A htngo
crowd was present. A quilt which
tho ladles had made was raffled off.
It brought $14. GO and was won by
Mrs. Myrtlo Arnold.
Miss Ruby Richards nnd Mrs. Ray
Abboy woro shopping In Sisters Tues
day. Mrs. Myrtlo Arnold and Mrs. Etta
Fryrear wero shopping in Sisters on
PRINGLE FLAT HAS
tho Hayes ranch, west ot Tumnlo,
W. M. Brown, tho real oHtato man
from Rodmoiul, hint hud parties oul
looking nt laud In this vlulnlty lately,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Anderson and
Andrew Newton attended tho Liberty
Theatre In Bond Hundiiy evening,
F. II. Bivughiuau and Albert Me
Cormlok woro Bond vltdtorH Saturday,
MISS HOSKINS BACK
FROM PORTLAND TRIP
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
LOWER BRIDGE, Jan. 28 Dar
win Wnltorn, Margaret Walters and
Dorothy and Hope Rico wero Hod
niniid visitors Saturday.
Miss Naomi Hosklus 'returned Fri
day evening from Portland, after n
week'd vltdt there.
After tho Red Cross meeting Wed
nesday tho ladles called on Mrs
John Cnlvorloy nnd C. F. Hnsklns
attended K. P. lodge In Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fuller were
Redmond visitors Saturday.
All kinds of hides, turn, pelts, wool
bought at llrlggs' Second Hand Store.
Mr. nnd Mr. Erie DniileNoii Enter
tnln Friends With Curd Party
Diiiing tin Wtvk.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PRINGLE FLAT. Jnn 2C Mr.
Blackstone returned from Bend Sun
day evening, where ho had gone for
Mr. Balslcy has gone to Bend to
Mr. Carpenter's family are all down
Examinations wero given In phys
iology and civil government at the
school by Mr. Cottlnghnm.
Francis and Joseph Bocrstl, Frank
Scttlemoyor and Dwlght Cottlnghnm
took physiology, nnd Nina Evans
and Lllllnn Hamlin took civil govern
ment nt the recent examinations.
Fred Hamlin returned from Bond
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Danlelson en
tertained ii few ot tho neighbors on
Saturday evening. The time wns
passed very pleasantly at playing
Mrs. Bocrstl and children will
move to Bend this week to remain
PARTY IS GIVEN AT
0. E. ANDERSON HOME
Bt ?vc,"v' - ;nHF-3BLK9fH
Milt- pffl I He
Central Oregon Bank
D. E. HUNTER, President
CARLETON II. SWIFT, VIco-PresJdent
K. P. MAIIAI'I-'KY, Vice-President,
II. SI. STEPHENS, Cashier
D. E. Hunter W. L. O'Donnell CaWcton II. Swift
K. P. Slahaffcy II. SI. Stcphons
Every facility for accommodating
the interests of Central Oregon
File Hundred N (Sumo of the IJten
Iiik .Men Liwik ()ri
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PLEASANT RIDGE. Jan. 28 An
ton Ahlstrom was a Redmond visitor
W. II. Gray and fjeorgo Gray re
turned Thursday from Redmond,
where they havo been sawing wood.
Sirs. O. E Anderson was In Red
R. A. Ward, tho county agricul
turist, was In this vicinity Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O, E. Anderson en
tortalned at five hundred Wednesday
evening. Those present wero Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. i.M. Redfiuld, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Smith, Sirs. Leo Whlttemoro,
.Mrs. Connolly, Miss Foster, and
Slessrs Van Allon, Claudo McCauley
and Andrew Now ton.
Sirs. Johanson and Rasmus Peter
son, accompanied by Sirs. Olo Han
son and .Mrs. Hans Sllkkolson, mo
tored to Redmond Thursday after
noon. J. Alton Thompson nnd wife, of
Bond, called at the J. A. Chase homo
Gus Nelson spent Sunday nt tho
home of his couhIii, Anton Ahlstrom.
Andrew Nowton left Sunday night
for Bend, where ho Is going to work
In tho woods for ono ot tho mill companies,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho Red CrosH dnnco at Turn
alo Friday night,
W. H. Gray went to Redmond with
a load of vood Saturday.
SI'ss Hllma Nelson nnd .Mrs. O. E.
Anderson spent Tuesday at the homo
of Mrs. W. H. Gray.
Rasmus Potoraon and O. E. An
derson made a business trip ovor to
RABBIT DRIVE TO BE
HELD AT TERREBONNE
(Hpeclnl to Tho Bulletin)
TERREBONNE. Jan. 20 There
will be a rabbit drive February 2,
starting from Terrebonne and driving
east. Dinner will bo served at tho
Enrl Malksou ranch.
Miss Foss, of Spokane. Is tho guest
of her father, L. J Foss.
Tho Dudley family, of Milton, ar
rived here last week and are now
living on their newly acquired ranch,
formerly the property of (I. G.
.Miss Lldn Elliott, ot Seattle, ar
rived Saturday evening for an ex
tended visit with relatives.
A. Tntflemlre left Wednesday for
his homo In Sawyer, N. D. Ho has
been spending tho winter whh Ills
daiM-htcr, Mrs. D. It. Gates
M. M. Sillier left last week for Hot
Springs for the benefit of his health.
i.Mrs. George Linker was hurriedly
summoned to her mother's bedside
last Wednesday, but wo are glad to
her that Mrs. Foster Is Improving
rapidly and will soon bo nut of dan
G. O. Groves and family left Thurs
day morning for their now homo In
Tho Terrebonne C E. society gave
a social at L. P. C hall last Friday
evening. A very onjnvalilo evening
was passed by those attending.
J. 8. SlcVey went to Bend Satur
day evening to see his wife, who In
n patient at the (lend Surgical hos
pital. .Margaret Rodeslde, of Redmond,
spent Sunday with her parents here.
Sir. and Sirs. S. Rnzarth and family
wero dinner tguents of the W. F. Gal
brnlths last Sunday.
Sir. and Sirs. Claude Drew iipont
Sunday with the former's brother,
Harvey Drew, and wife.
OLD TIME SPELLING
MATCH WELL LIKED
Dorothy T.ijlor Get lllulir-t ,iitii:;o
In Context nt HUterH SrhiMil
(Special to Tho Bulletin )
SISTERS. Jan. .10 -I'rlnelt.al F.
W. Weber conducted an old time
spelling match at the public school
Friday ovenlnir. TIkihm nrpumit uurn
Sirs Taylor, Sirs. Stldum, Sirs Davis,
.Mrs. iiowen, i.M inn Ktimunusou mid
nil tho pupils above tho third grade,
Jasper I Initios and .Miss Edmundson
wero -the captains In choosing sides
anil jaspers sliln won tho contest,
Dorothy Tnylor was tho best speller.
Considerable Interest wns shown dur
ing tho contest and a desire was ex
pressed by thoso taking part to con
tinue tho contests In the future.
Hazel Tucker, Jasper Humes nnd
Vern Kief passed the ninth grade
Vorn Kief was absent from school
all week with throat trouble.
Principal F. W. Weber gave all tho
blackboards two coats of black paint
nnd Installed a Chicago pencil shar
pener In his room.
Report cards, with standings so
cured In the branches pursued dur
ing the month of January, woro giv
en to tho pupils .Monday to be signed
by tho parents and then returned.
The sixth, seventh mid ninth ltmiIck
nro writing compositions twice a week
on HiiDjccis portioning to tho school
Rov, Folkenberg pmichcd n ser
mon at tho church Hiilnrilnv nfinr.
noon Immediately after tho Sunday
school exnrclm'H. mi tlm miMwt nt
Prophecies In tho Light of tho III
Dio." itov, Htownrt preached In tho
ovening, on "iower."
Sir. and Mrs. Dennis nro visiting
In Seattlo. Sir. and Sirs, Davidson
havo taken their plucu at tho Dennis
Mrs. Goorgo WIIhoii was on tho
sick list last week with tousllitls.
Sir. Banks Is on Ills way from Bend
And investigate our prlcee
before buying- your tfrocei lc.
Wo can feavo you money,
Mllllcan, Oro. Telephone
You should out more Vegetables and stive the
wheats ami meats. We present here a largo
variety of ehoiee Fruits and Vegetables
FANCV LARGE YELLOW HANANA8
MWKET NAVEL ORANGES
FINEST FMHUDA GRAPEFRt'lT
EXTRA FANCV WINEHAP APPLES
LARGE TENDER HEAD LETTUCE
CRIHP WHITE CELERV
TENDER RED RADIKHEM
8WUET POTATO EH
Ph. me Illuck 10nl Plinth-' HuiUUiiK
to Sisters with n loisglug traction en
gine, to ho used to supply tho mill
with logs from tho Immodlntn vicin
ity. The Duekcti mill Is contemplat
ing the running of two shifts. Extra
space for piling lumber tuts been pro
vided, The Wilson milt was shut down all
week undergoing repairs.
POWELL BljTTE rhd
CROSS HAS ELECTION
.Mm. H. D. .Mo -tun I Slnilr Chairman
of Aiullliir Dimro to lln
Gltcit Next Sliuidny.
(Special In Tho Bulletin,)
POWELL Bl'TTE. Jan. HO. There
will be a dance nt tho Community
ILill on February 22.
The Red Cross auxiliary met at the
Community Hall Friday afternoon
Permanent officers wero elected, lt
lug a follow: Chairman, Sirs S
D. .Mustard; secretary, Sirs Will Ar
nold; treasurer. Sirs. Slary Schllle;
finance committee, Sirs, Ora Fouler,
Sirs. J F Rice and Mm. J J Flint
W. E. Young spent Sunday with
his family In Redmond
Sir and Slis Reaves Wlllcoxon,
Sirs Ross Russell and J A. Rlggs nt
tended the show In Bend Sunday or.
Dr Vandovert, from Bend, was
called to the Orn Fouler homo Holi
day evening to attend .Miss Ruth,
mIio uiih very sick.
Wm. Wilson was In Prlnovlllo on
L, W. Van Doreu has boughC tho
40 acres wchI of his ranch.
E. It. Agee spent Sunday wll.ti
homo folks, returning .Monday to lift
much on the Orhoco, where hn U
Dr. Nuvel. of Prlnnvllle, luin Just
complett'd testing tho Worrell nod
Srhloln dairy stock nnd reports them
In flue condition.
Sir. and Sirs. Henry Llnster, of
Betid, and sou, lleury. visited nt tlm
E A Bussett homo Sunday.
Sirs. J SI ShiMiror and Sirs. Allen
Wlllcoxon wero In Bend on Tuenday.
Sirs. Navel and .Mrs. Will Kinney
visited with Sirs. Slury Schleln last
Sir. and Sirs D. It. French worn
In Bend on Wnducitday.
Rom RoAttt vsiih quite sick sev
era I duys last week with la grippe.
Sir. and Sirs. Iteuves Wlllruxnu
spent Thursday afternoon In Bend.
J A. Rlggs and Al .McCoy worn In
Bond on Saturday, Will Arnold of
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