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IJRN1) BULLETIN, 11KND OREGON, TIIUIIHDAY, OCTOBER it, HUH
WATER IS SECURED
ON MOORE RANCH
MIL.MCAN, Sept. 27. Wator wns
Btruck nt a depth ot 866 foot on the
Mooro Drothors' placo Saturday.
J. J. Holland quit work tor n short
tlmo to do his tall seeding.
Mr. and Mrs. Evorott Qrlnstcad
nnd son Glon and Mrs. L. D. Keller
and children nindo a trip to Bend
Friday. Orlnstends returning tho
samo day. whllo tho Keller family
camo out Sunday with Mr. Honklo.
Loo Keller spent Sunday nt the
It. It. Keller homo.
P. E. Leo called t tho Goo. Cook
Mrs. Evorott Qrlnstcad visited with
Mrs. Leo Keller Wednesday.
Glen Qrlnstcad is visiting with his,
grandparents at Bend.
R. 11. Kollor was an over-Sunday
igucst at his homo. .
Mrs. Geo. Cook calico: nt tho It. It.
Kollor homo Thursday to soo tho now
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Johnson
called at tho Eli Spencer homo
P. B. Johnson made a business trip
to Bond Wednesday.
Mr. Gurnoy was a business visitor
at Dcnd Thursday.
F. Tauscher got another load ot
lumber from tho McKlnley mill this
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Powers and her
folks, tho Johnsons, were out to the
Powers' ranch Sunday.
Mrs. Holland and daughter Mary
spent Friday at tho R. R. Keller
CLOVERDALE. Oct. 1. J. R. Mc
Donald and family and Miss "Viola
Miller arrived in Cloverdalo about a
week ago from Sclo. They camo
over the McKonile pass. Thoy will
mako their homo with H. C. Miller,
who Is Mr. (McDonald's father-in-law.
R. J. Skelton has rented the Job
placo for tho next year.
F. J. Burling and Harold Kline
were visitors on Saturday.
D. II. Long and son Lovena were
shopping in Redmond ono day last
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parberry were
Redmond visitors the first of last
Questionnaires have been received
by those in Cloverdale who registored
between the ages ot 19 and 36.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. E. Parberry and
J L. Parberry were In Sisters on
Cloverdalo has fulfilled her quota
of i 2600 for tho fourth Liberty loan.
Sho went over tho top In tho third
drive and her quota for this loan
has more than doubled tho quotas
of previous drives.
Mrs. Robert Burling was a dinner
guest at tho J. L. Parberry home on
Mrs. I. E. Parberry is on tho sick
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ournslde, Cal
vin Burnsido and Ray Abbey were
Slaters shoppers on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kllno and
children and Miss Roxy Morso wero
calling at tho W. R. Abbey homo one
evening of last week.
Tho recent rains in Cloverdale
have done comparatively small dam
age to the crops, as nearly everybody
had harvested their hay and grain.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hodson, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Kline and Miss Roxy
Morse attended tho Liberty theatro
ono evening last week.
J. B. Hodson and Harold Kline
wero soliciting for tho fourth Liberty
loan one day last week.
Enlist Your Dollars
Fight for Freedom!
The First National Bank
Mrs. F. J. Burling nnd daughter-In-law,
Mrs. Uobort Burling, were
In Sisters ono day last week doing
Mrs. Greene Beard spent Saturday
with Mrs. C. H. Kllgore.
Friends ot Miss Amolln Shorpeck
woro happily surprised to henr ot hor
mnrrlago to Mr. Wm. Berg of Port
land. Mrs. Berg was formorly of
Cloverdalo, whoro sho attended
school for somo tlmo. Tho couple
nro making their homo In Portland,
whoro Mr. Berg Is employed In tho
Dcnn Van Mntro and H. C. Miller
wero In Sisters on Saturday.
'Mrs. Dcnn Van Matro called on
Mrs. II. C. Miller Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Wilson woro
shopping in Sisters on Wodncsdny
For farm land loa2B soo J. Ryan
& Co. Adv.
0. D. 0. CLUB
WILL BUY BOND
PLAIJCVIEW. Sept. 30. Tho reg
ular meeting ot tho O. D. O. club
was held with Mrs. H. J. Bookman
on Thursday afternoon. Soptcmbcr
26. Action was taken by tho club
members to purchase a Liberty bond
during tho Liberty loan drlvo. It
was decided by tho ladies to accept
tho courteous offer of Mr. Powers
for tho uso of tho old Scott house as
club rooms and action will bo taken
at onco to equip tho houso tor club
headquarters. Tho next mooting ot
tho club will bo hold with Mrs. C. F.
Chalfan Thursday afternoon, October
10. All ladies attending aro asked
to bring their thimbles and scissors
as there will bo articles, for a Bolglan
relief layetto to work upon.
Ray Armstrong from Benson Poly
tochnll school in Portland received
an extended pass and spent Sunday
with relatives and friends In Plain
view. Mr. Armstrong gives a very
interesting and pleasing account of
his six weeks spent at the school.
Ho expects to leave Portland for
somo training camp In the very near
Mrs. C. F. Chalfan spent Saturday
at tho A. E. Hoss ranch.
Giles January helped Guy McCat
ister with his haying several days
the past week.
Miss N'cllle Scoggin returned home
Sunday after spending several weeks
with Mrs. Ellis Edglngton .at Sisters.
Among tho crowd that saw the
war trophies In Bend last Friday
woro A. E. Hoss and family, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Armstrong and daughter
Wllma and Mrs. Louzetta Pulllam
Plalnvlew cattle men met with
Paul Scoggin last Sunday mrnlng to
talk over plans for tho Three Creek
Snow Creek ride. It was decided for
as many as could to gather for tho
ride tarly Tuesday morning.
Geongo Calvorly and Jim Pulllam
spent Sunday afternoon at the Hart
Nellie Van Tassel was tho guest
of Ida Hoss last Wednesday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis Bennett and
family of Bend wero guests at the
J. A. W. Scoggin ranch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hoss wore busi
ness callers In Redmond Saturday
Paul Scoggin, who has been plan
ning to leave for military training
October 7, received word Monday
that he had been granted a 00-day
Mrs. L. Pulllam and son James,
Mrs. J. A. W. Scoggin, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul ScoBgln and George Calverlcy
wero business callers In Bond Mon
day. Tho Parsons threshing machine
started out with fine success last
Tuesday, but linn had a hronkdowu
nnd has boon nloppod sovornl days
waiting for ropnlrs to conio from
Mrs. Grnvor Pullliun nnd son
G corgii visited nt tho Alex. Lnvoronx
Flttoon guests woro present nt a
vory excellent family dinner given nt
tho homo ot A, W. Armstrong last
Sunday. Mr. nnd iMrs. Louis Bon
net t and family from llond nnd Rny
Armstrong from Portland woro
among thoso present. Pnul Scoggin
wns tho guest of honor.
There will bo regular preaching
sorvlccs nt tho school houso next
Sunday afternoon, Octohr C, nt 3
o'clock. Rov. McVlcker ot Redmond
will bo In change
PLEASANT'ltlDGK, Oct. l.O. E.
Anderson mndo n business trip to
Antono Ahlstrom nnd Miss Illlma
Nelson wero in Redmond Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Chnso and daughter
Etta wero shopping In Redmond
Gust Nelson nnd Krod Seeling ot
Bond wero guests at Anton Ahl
Strom's Wednewlny evening.
S. Doblng nnd Jim Bcnhnm hnvo
boon holplng O. E. Anderson hay
Rasmus Potorson was In Redmond
on business Wednesday.
J. W. Peterson nnd family wore
Bond visitors Friday.
Rnsmus Peterson Is baling his hay
out of' tho Hold. Ho has sold his
crop to Auno Bros, of Bond.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson woro
in Bond Friday to sco tho war relics.
Mrs. Hans Mlkkolsen has been
holplng Mrs. Johansen cook tor the
balers this week.
Mrs. John Edwards was a Red
mond visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Roy Gllson of Wyoth, Ore.. Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Brandenburg, for a short tlmo.
Mrs. Carrlo Johnson visited her
sister, Mrs. J. W. Potorson, Saturday
and Sunday. Mrs. Johnson Just re
turned from a trip oast.
Don Slaughter ot Deschutes called
at Anton Ahlstrom's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson took
Mrs. Carrlo Johnson up to hor home
In Bond Sunday afternoon.
Oust Nelson wns down from Bond
Sunday a short tlmo.
Who Is Plorcy & Sons, Tumolo?
When Children Start to School.
School opens at a tlmo ot year
when tho change of seasons Is Ukoly
to causo coughs, colds, croup, hay
tovcr and asthma. Prompt action at
tho first sign of infection may keep
children In prime good hoalth and
holp them to avoid losing tlmo.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is an Ideal
homo remedy. Sold everywhere.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
LOWER BRIDGE. Oct. 1. Mr.
nnd Mrs. G. E. Stadlg wero Redmond
visitors Wednesday nftornoon.
Mrs. Fred Walters, Darwin Wal
ters and Misses Naomi and Marlon
Hosklns wero in Bend Friday after
noon. Mr. Hauser loft Wednesday for
Silver Lako, whoro ho will harvest
his hay crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Lcsllo Montloth and
Mrs. Zumwalt woro In Redmond
Mrs. Jack and children from VI.
Rock aro living at thu Hauser home.
Mr. Kotzman of Bond was down
ovor Sunday at their homestead,
whero Mr. Kotzman is putting In his
Frank Chapman was In Redmond
Tho Balrd threshing machine has
boon threshing tho past week at
Chapman's and Fuller's.
Darwin Walters loft Saturday
ovenlng for O. A. C, whore ho win
bo In tho Students' Army Training
Frances Nowbold was homo ovor
tho week end and Mrs. Nowbold took
hor back to Redmond Monday morn
G. E. Stadlg mado a business trip
to Bond Tuesday.
C. F. Hosklns was in Redmond
Tuesday to recolvo some thorough
bred Dorset shcop that wero shipped
to him by express.
J. Alton Thompson was nt the
school houso Friday evening showing
pictures and to tell ot tho plans for
this term In the way of war work.
A very good program was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Graves, Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan from Torrobonno wero vis
itors at Charles Geo's Sunday.
Mr. Ralston of Torrobonno was a
Lower Brldga visitor Monday.
Boo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
TRIED MA XV, FOUND THE BEST.
Foloy Cathartic Tablots keep tho
bowels regular, sweeten tho stomach
and to no up tho llvor. J. G. Gaston,
Newark, Ind., says ho used a great
many kinds or cathartics, but Foloy
Cathartic Tablots gave him more
satisfaction than any other. Ho says
thoy aro tho best cathartic tablots
mado. Sold everywhere. Adv.
And Investigate our price
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
YOUR DRUG STORE
At the llrst hIii of n
cold kvI AHCIl
It N astonishing how
quick thoy tolluvo
30o u Ikix
Magill & Erskine
, SISTERS. Sept. 30. J. L. Cllott
loft for Raymond, Wash., Friday to
resume his position as carpenter In
C. W. Allen was In from tho Mo
George W. Tuckwoll, who Is work
ing on tho Aldrlch ranch, wns In
town Thursday to have his question
nalro filled out.
Mrs. P. B. Davis and son (loargu
camo up from Tho Dalles Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fnrthlng,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Stldham and son
Vino nnd Rov. Stewart of Tho Dalles
went fishing on tho Motollu Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Wilson wore
nt Bend Saturday. They nro contem
plating moving to Bond In a few
Phil Beat came In from tho moun
tains Wodncsdny to hnvo his ques
tionnaire filled out.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Srott, Mrs.
Warren Fnrthlng and F. W. Webor
woro at Bend Snturdny.
Goorgo Davis enrolled In the
eighth grado, Annie Cllctt In tho
seventh, Bonnlo Cllctt In tho third
and Sterling Cllctt In tho first rado
at school during the past week,
which makes tho total enrollment 37,
of which 17 aro In tho upper room
and 20 In tho primary room. John
Allon, Allen Harrington nnd Mnr-
garet Qulburg won the honors at tho
spoiling contest Friday ovenlng. Re
port cards for tho month of Sep
tember wero given to the pupils
Monday containing tho standings In
all tho branches pursued by each
pupil according to thu course of
study. Tho following pupils nro on
tho roll of honor for the month of
September: Vorn Klnf, Georgo
Davis, Arnold nnd Joseph Brady,
Elinor and Velmn Graham, Motola
and Lnulso Allon nnd Milton Kief.
II. K. Allen anil George Wilson
wont to Bend Sunday,
Bill McXary and wlfo of Grand
vlow woro at Bond Sunday.
Goorgo Davis nnd Vent Kief wont
to Bend Saturday to ot u view ot
tho war trophies.
Dorothy Taylor of Bond was visit
ing with her grandparents Sunday
Tho following wero registered nt
tho Sisters hotel during tho past
week: Dick Craft of Sclo, C. E. Love
nnd C. Hyde ot Portland, Monta
Shorman ot Now Pino Creek, Will
Larkln ot Vancouver, Wash.; J. N.
Fitzgerald nnd wife of Springfield,
and R. M. Gcdnoy and wlfo at Gate
way. PINEHURST WOMAN
RETURNS TO HOME
PINEHURST, Sept. 28. Mrs. W.
E. Searcy, who has boon under a
doctor's caro In Bond for tho last
two weeks, has so far Improved In
heaUh as to be ablo to roturn homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith spent
Sunday at Sisters, tho guests ot Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Edglngton.
iMIss Elder mado a trip to hor
ranch, near Doschutes, Sunday.
Lloyd Root, William Root nnd
Sam Reod wero callers at tho Phelps
Ruth Bayloy and Myrtlo Spaugh
spont Sunday as guests at tho homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. V. Swishor.
111 YOUR DRUGSTORE
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND OTHER BUILDINOS
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
C. II. HpiuiKh nnd family mid
Undo Billy Ounkll worn guests for
BUppor nt tho 0, W. Howell homo
0. W. Snyder delivered n load of
potatoes to Bund mtirrhnntH Tuesdny.
A, J, llnrtor nnd liny (lurking
worn In thu neighborhood Inst wook
In tho Interest nt tho fourth Liberty
Mrs. Austin Grit ha in and hahy loft
Saturday for nu extended visit with
relatives nt Pomona, Cul.
Mr. nnd Mrs, I, K. Winter nnd nun,
Ivy Snyder, Ethel Snyder, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C, II. HpniiKh nud daughters
and Win, (Inskll uttonilod thu Liberty
loan parade nnd lecture In Bund Sun
Mr. nud Mrs. Alex. Howell of
Plalnvlew nnd Mr. nud Mitt. Harry
McGtilro wore dinner guostM nt U, W.
Mlns Mary Silvers nunn over from
Deschutes Tuesday unit spent tho day
with Mrs. G M. Couch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry Mcdulro mo
tored to Bend on business Tuesday.
This section was visited by the
first big frost of thu season Moiuluy
ulght, which nipped the potatoes nud
bonus, hut otherwise did little dam
age. Mrs. C. M. I'holps motored to Red
mond Wednesduy on a business nils
slon. Alllo Baker of Eugene, n former
resident of this place, was visiting
friends nnd relatives hero Thursday
nnd Frldny of this week, returning
to Eugene Saturday morning,
Word was reoelvud hero by his
parents, Mr, and Mrs. 0. W. Howell,
that their son Charles has been pro
moted to tho rank of corporal. Ho
Is now stationed nt Camp Lewis.
Illiiln Hovers motored to llnud on
Mr. nnd i.Mrs. (I. M. Touch spent
Tuesday evening with Mr. nud Mrs.
W. E. Sonrcy.
A largo dologntlon from Plnehurst
visited Bend Frldny to sen tho war
souvenirs from "ovor thorn," Al
most every family in the neighbor
hood took advantage of Mils chance
to lenrn more of the realities of tho
Miss Bernlcn Couch Is spending the
winter In Bend unit attending high
Mrs. Alllo Baker and Mrs, Jenn
Wtmer woro rallors at tho Star much
Mrs. W. E. Sonrcy spent Friday
afternoon with Mrs, G. M. Cniirh.
Myrtle Spnugh spent Sunday night
at thu Bnyley home.
Miss Ruth Bnyley has been on the
sick list sovornl days this week.
Mrs. G. M. Couch spent Thursday
at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
A. J. Hnrtnr.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mlsi Esther Jane Clark, a former
teacher In the Bond high school,
teachers In tho Bend high school,
and who later was connected with
the Ellison-White Chautniiqua cir
cuit, was married to Clifford T.
Ketcham on September f. 11)18, Mr.
Ketchnm being In thu United Stntes
nnvy nnd most of tho guests being
from tho army or navy, the cere
mony had many characteristics of
a military wedding. It occurred In
St. Paul's church In Philadelphia, n
quaint old church house erected In
171G, having high buck pews nud
little doors opening Into them
Mr. Kntchain Is stationed, for the
time being, In Philadelphia, nud thoy
oro innklng their home nt IMS
Porter street, As soon ns the war
Is over they expect to tuku up their
residence In Oregon.
IS A LARGE ONE
(From Friday's Dally.)
Tho docket for tho circuit court
for tho fall term Is nn exceptionally
heavy one, moro than 130 ensos hav
ing already boon filed with the bob
slon yet morn than ten days nway.
Tho greater portion of tho cases aro
civil suit;, thorn being but vory few
criminal cases on tho dockot.
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(From Friday's Dallv.)
Jtidgo J, A. Kastos will he a can
dldalo for mayor nt the November
elty election. This was tho an
nouncomnnt mado by him today nfter
a number ot his friends had per
suaded him to enter thu field, In nn
Interview this afternoon Mr. Enstes
stated ho would tualio Ills cnmpalgu
on the basis of u business adminis
tration. Up to the present time there has
linen no nnilouucemeut of a ciimlliliito
to opposo Mr. Enstes,
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