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TMUHNDAY, APRIL 4, lll
JR. P, MINTER JJIVES
TALK "AT MILLICAN
Liberty Loan Committer Appointed
A. A. Gllmorw Homo Destroyed
PARM IS PURCHASED
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
SyioriAgn of Seed Hampers Ranchers
Fatally Will Movo Hack
PLEASANT RIDGE. April 3.
Rasmus Potorson mndo a hurrlod
trip to Redmond Monday -morning.
J. A. Cteuo and Albert McConntck
vroro In Bond on business Monday.
Anton AfaUtrom was working on
the Duval ditch Monday.
Thero sooms to be a considerable
shortaco of groin this spring. A
number of farmors In this vicinity
havo toes unablo to purchase their
seed grain so far.
Mrs. O. B. Anderson attonded tho
Hod Crow mooting at Tumalo Wed
nesday. Mr. Jonoa and daughter, Mrs. Lena
WcPhoraon, expect ito more -back on
their place, this tvocJc. They havo
heen Wring In Tumalo during tho
Rasmus (Peterson Is having his
R. M. Sanders of Nowborg, Ore.,
was horo to look after hte proporty.
Mr. Sanders owns tho cast 80 acres
of the fanm formerly owned by Frank
Fitzgerald of Pomeroy, Wash.
Geo. Gray and "wife wero Redmond
Mrs. J A. Chase and daughter Etta
spent Monday visiting Mrs. 0. E.
Miss Ethol Dales. Ray Corking.
Mrs. Ada Lundborg and Nell Kay ol
Tumalo -wore guests at tho Anderson
home Sunday evening.
W. II. Gray waa a Bend visitor
' J. W. Potorson wont to Sisters
Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Johnson,
sister of Mrs. J. W. Potorson, accom
John Gray has boon on tho sick
list for tho last two weeks.
Fred Seeling made a business trip
to Bend Thursday.
Mr. and Olrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho curd party at tho De
schutes hotol Saturday evening.
Geo. Gray hauled a load of wood
to Redmond Thursday.
It Is reported that Rasmus Peter
son has -purchased tho Weber place
and the place formerly owned by
Miss Kano and will immediately bo
Bin to prepare thorn for seeding this
spring. Thcso places will mako a
valuable addition to Mr. Peterson's
Antone Ahlstrom was In Redmond
on business Tuesday.
Ray K. Potter, the cow tester, was
making his rounds in this neighbor
hood tho kill- of tho week.
Goo. Gray and Olaf Anderson -were
In Bend on business Saturday ,
LOWER ERIDGE HAS
MEETING FOR LOAN
30 acres from R. A. Ruble.
Darwin Wnltors, Mrs. Fred Wal
tors and A. Olson woro in Redmond
Tho wator usors of Lower Brldgo
attonded tho -wntor mooting of tho
nowly formed district at Clovordalo
C. F. Hosktns made, n (business trip
to Bond Saturday.
1.. A. Hunt was In Redmond Thurs
day. Axlo Olson was down from Bond
tho past wook and ewas doing somo
work on his homestead.
Quick Farm Mortagos, any amount,
usual rate, liberal payment privil
eges. Mako application to Now Eng
land Loan Co., through E. D. Ollson,
Who Is Plorcy & Sons, TumaloT
Beth Stookey Mado President in llcnd
Grange District Liberty
TvOWER BRIDGE, March 30.
A Liberty loan meeting was held at
the scho'6riiduso Thursday evening.
R. A. Ward and Mr. Lyndh of Rod
mond were tho speakers.
L. P. Bruce, secretary and treas
urer of tho Western Dlatomlto com
pany, was at Lower Bridge tho first
rl tho "week on business connected
with the plant now under construc
tion at the. Bridge.
D. Kotsman and Mr. Sbafer aro
down from Bond putting In crop on
the ICotzman place.
A. J. Fuller was In Rodmond
Russell Chapman has purchased
nucn n p n Vo 1. Anrll 3.
.JU V ... -w. , .,.-.. .
Tho subscribers on tolephono lino No.
4 hold their annual election ai mo
Mountain VIow school house Friday
ovonlnir. Tho following wero elected
hfor one year: Soth Stookoy, presi
dent; Leo Young, vlco president;
.Mrs. r. U. uuri, aocroiary anu iroua
urer: Raleigh Chase, Jincman.
Tho mooting hold at tho Mountain
Vlow school houso Friday evening In
tho interest) of tho third Liberty
loan drlvo was addressed by C. S.
Hudson, chairman for Deschutes
county, and R. W. Sawyer. Tho
school district was organised with
tho following as officers to canvass
tho district: P. H. Dencer, presi
dent; Mrs. P. C. Burt, secretary, and
Ralph Grimes. J. A. Melvln, Seth
Stookey and Mrs. J. W. Wornstaff,
Tho following from horo attonded
Easter services at tho Presbyterian
church in Bend last Sunday: Ralph
Grimes and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Unlatch Phase and son. Almus Neff
and daughters, Mr. and "Mrs. Fred
Reynolds and daughter, P. II. Den
cer, Velma Caldwell and Miss Mar
Mr ntifl Mrs. J. s. Vnwhorrv and
inn nnt Mlua Anna Diindmnrn visit
ed at one of tho sawmill camps up
tho river Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Stookey of the
Tllerh neaort wnrfl vldltlnir In town
and with tho lattor's father, Elmer
Wornstaff, Sunday, air. siooicoy nas
been suffering from la grippe.
w r Cnttnv tnofc n. earful of men
to a mooting of tho Good Govern
ment leaguo at Lower Brldgo Satur
Mrs. J. S. Nowborry and sister.
Miss Anna Dunsmoro, visited tho Neff
family and Mrs. J. W. Wornstaff
n T. Smith nnri famllv of PoWOU
BuCto expect to movo onto tholr
homestead In this district soon.
nvn1 inrllpjl if mm Heild visited
thn Mountain vlow school Thursday
1n tho intorest of Red Cross work.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young and sons
visited cousins at Dry Lake Sunday.
a mnutinc u-n held at the crange
hall Saturday night in tho Interest
of itho third Linerty loan orive.
J. Malosh sold somo cattle tho past
MILLICAN. April 2. MIbs Thor
osn Garsko mndo a 'business trip to
A Liberty loan talk was given by
R. P. uMlntor of Bond Saturday night
In tho Wost End school houso. P. B.
Johnson was appointed chnnrmnn and
II. U. Smith socrdtary of tho moot
ing and they In turn appointed a com
nitttoo to holt) canvass the commun
ity with tho questionnaire cards.
Tho A. T. Shaver drilling outfit
was moved to Mrs. Shaffer's home
stead tho jraaj wook and started to
drill Monday with J. J. Holland as
Mr. and Mrs, R. U. Kollor and chil
dren woro Sunday dinner guests at
tho F. Tailaohor homo.
Airs. L. 'B, Kollor and children
spent Sunday with hor paronts.
Quito a fow from horo attonded
tho danco at Brothers Saturday
J. J. Holland and Mrs. Garsko
called at tho F. Tauschor homo Sun
Mrs. Holland. Mrs. L. n. Keller
and children, Mrs. F. Tauschor and
Mrs. R. R. Kollor and children called
on Mrs. Garsko and daughter Ther
esa Sunday attornoon.
Mrs. Alox. Fooal and Mrs. L. B.
Kollor made a business call at tho
Frank Porclval bomo 'Monday.
R. R. Kollor itradod a colt tor a
soparator this wook with Wra. Roam.
Mrs. Holland called at tho F.
Tauschor homo Monday.
Mrs. Shaffer and son Guy mado a
business trip to Bend Thursday.
A. D. Norton, L. Gloss and Fred
Klgor woro over Sunday guests at
tholr respective homes.
Mrs. Klgor's brothor-wlll stay with
hor during Mr. Klgor's nbsonco.
Mrs. P. B. Johnson and son Robert
called at tho It. R. Kollor homo Mon
day. Quito a fow ladles of tho valley
helped Mrs. H. E. Smith furnish und
mako a Belgian babyilayrtUo for tho
Rod Cross In Bond.
I. L. Owen loft for Bond Sunday,
whoro he will bo employed.
G rover Caldwoll called at tho
Sloan ranch Thursday.
B. B. Conaway roturncd from tho
"Ryo Patch" Wednesday.
Mrs. J. J. Holland was n caller at
tho R. It. Kollor homo Tuesday and
R. R. Roller called at tho 81oan
Mrs. Gnrskn loft for her homo In
tho Hampton llutto country Monday.
Loo Tauschor Is now In camp In
Mrs. Ell Sponcor ond Mrs. Van
Clovo woro callers at tho Wm. Roam
homo Wednesday. i
Mrs. A. A. Gllmoro moved to Bend
Sunday, but, unfortunately, tholr
homo, with everything In It, -was de
stroyed by flro Monday morning.
Mary Holland called at tho 11. R.
Kollor homo Thursday.
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E. P. MAIIAFFEV, Vlco-Prceldoat,
U. M. STEPHENS, Cashier
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FAMILY RETURNS TO
HOME AT HAMPTON
HAMPTON DUTTK. April C Mr,
Chos, James and family havo re
turn ol to tholr homestead nftor
snondlrvc tho winter near Deschutes.
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmlo Lrlckoy aro
out from Dond visiting with Mr.
Emll and John Carroz aro making
a short stay at Duck Crook.
Ed. and Wcsloy Stroot havo taken
tholr horses homo to Duck Creek
after wintering them In this valley.
Chas. Cochran who purchased tho
numbaugh place, has moved onto It
and Is planning to put quite a crop
on tho placo this year.
Messrs. Porry and McLoth havo
boon hauling hay from tho Dencer
Miss Mlnnlo Raddatz and Miss
Agnes Scbrcdor called at tho Mocks
Pago and C. J. Stauffor passed
through horo last weok on tholr way
Thos. C. Ruling visited tho school
Paul 'Drooklngs camo out from
Dond Saturday for a short stay.
Horaco Drooklngs sold two head
of milch cows to Mr. Dates of Dend.
HEAR TALK ON CLUBS
Junior Red Cron t Sinter Active
Several Girls Do Knitting
Under Mrs. Hon ell.
SISTERS, April 2 County Super
intendent J. Alton Thompiion visited
tho public school Thursday. Ho was
accompanied hy It. A. Ward, tho
county agriculturist, who gavo tho
school children a talk on club work.
Tho Junior Red Cross 1b busily on
gagod ovory Thursday making gun
wipos, kitchen foldoro and fun books.
Somo of tho tflrls aro knitting und or
tho supervision of Mrs. liowoll.
Mrs. CJoorgo Wilson, Mrs, Shaw,
Mrs. H. K. Allon, Scotty Mcssor and
Harold Allon motored to Dend Fri
day to socuro matorlal for tho Sis-
And investigate our price
before baying your grocerie.
We caa save you money.
P. B. Johnson's
tors IUxi Cross to work on.
Kreti Van Matro. who has com
ploted his logging coivtraot for tho
Slitters Lumber Co., roturnod to llond
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 01st, Mrs. Gra
ham, Mrs. Olydo (list and Mrs, Myrtle
Arnold motored to Drnd Saturday,
John Dennis and Nowt. Cobb mo
rorod to Mr. Cobb's ranch Friday
Mrs. Tuckor ami daugutor Hazel
loft Monday for Madras to spond so v.
oral weeks vlnltlng. Thoy will leave
Madras for Portland to tako un tholr
Mrs. Arthur Tomploton hus taken
Mrs. Tucker's placo int tho Dounls
II. Q. Keunard, watormnstor of
Crook and Deschutes counties, will
tnko chargo of tho Squaw Crook Irrl-
gatlon ditch, with hoadquartors av
C. D Springer, local foront ranger,
has iiurchnsed Wm. Kdmunson's
Mr. and Mrs. Rny Abbey woro
shopping nt Slstors Monday.
Porcy Davis wont to llond Sunday
and attended tho Katrr church
services for tho Knights Templar.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lolthnusor
motored to Hond Thursday.
Chas. Kafor and Dill Fryro.tr made
a business trip to Dend Saturday.
Wm. Combs and wlfo wero shop
ping nt Sinters Saturday.
T. W. Marshall, of tho Tru Dlu
Dlscult Co , called on 4ho merchants
of Sinters Saturday.
Ooorgo Wilson, J. D. Dowman and
Joo Wilson motored to tho Dranton
mill Saturday to sco about logging
for tho mill.
Anthony Roach Is hauling tho ma
chinery for tho proponed TumA-I.um
Lumbor company's mill from Red
mond. Dill McNary and Poul Vellodus of
Grand Vlow woro shopping at Sls
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Job of Dond
woro visiting tholr dnuzhtors nt Sls
tors Saturday. ,
W F. Arnold of Clovordalo was
shopping nt Sisters Saturday,
K. II. Kdglngton was a business
visiter nt Slstors Saturday.
Rov. II. C. Hnrtranft, county food
chairman, was In Sisters Friday on
his way to Redmond on food busi
ness. Ho visited tho school.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Alien and son
Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tom
ploton and daughter Inez, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. a 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Clydo
Gist, Mr. and Mrs. Dort Hodson, Fred
Van Matro, F. W. Wobor. Horbort
McKlnnoy and Mrs. Ed, 8 poo and
Mrs. Fred McKlnnoy and daughter
Claryco or Slstors nttondod tho Coun
cil club -mooting at Clovordalo Friday
ovonlng. Tho principal nttrnctlon
was a minstrel show given by Lower
Tho attondanco at tho public
school for tho month of March was
OS per cent.. Jaspor Humes and
Hazel Tuckor havo completed tho
work outlined in tho high school
course of study for tho ninth grade
and passed nil their final examina
tions. Jaspor has accopftod a posi
tion at tho Wilson mill. Hazel will
visit for a few weeks at Madras and
then go to Portland, whoro hor
For farm land loans soo J. Ryan
ft Co. Adv.
PLAINVIEW, April 1. On Tues
day, April 2, II. O. Fawcott will hold
a public salo to dlsposo of all his
farm Implements and household
Tho O ,D. O. club mooting wns
cancelled for Inst Thursday, but tho
regular mooting will bo hold on
Thursday, April 4, "with Mrs. Harry
Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Loveronz and
family woro guosts nt tho home of
Mrs. Dolls Nichols lait Sunday.
Miss Wilms Armstrong wns nb.
sont from school last wook an ac
count of Illness.
Miss Nlllo Van Tassol was too ill
to nttoud school sarorat days last
II. A. Scoggln spent a vory ploa.
ant nnd profitable ovonlng on Wed
nesday when ho nttondod tho Knights
of Pythias .banquet hold at tho Pilot
Dutto Inn at Dond.
A. W. Armstrong nnd Mrs. J, A.
W. Scoggln woro bunlnons callers In
Dond on Thursday.
II, L. Hartley nnd family woio
guests nt tho Pulllnm ruuch Satur
day ovonlng nnd Sunday,
Rny Armstrong wns a callor in
Slstors Saturday uvnnlug,
Rov. McVlckor of Redmond will
hold preaching services at tho school
houso on Sunday afternoon, April It.
Miss Ida I loss was tho guest of
Wlhna Armstrong on Saturday.
Much of tholr time was spent color
lng eggs In preparation for thn
Easter egg hunt.
Mrs. II. A, Scoggln attended an
Informal brldgo party at thn homo
of Mrs, J, D. Andorson last Wed nee -day
Paul Scoggln mndo a business trip
to Dond last Saturday,
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