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TUB IIKXn BULLETIN, DAILY KDITION, I.KSn, OHKflON, Tlll'HHDAV, msrUMIIIilt ll, IIHH.
MAN DIES IN EAST
CLOVKRDAt.K. Dec. IT.--Word
whs received b Mm II. C Miller last
week telling of the lllne mid death
of Dan Forren. who was a Cloverdale
lcslilont until recently, when lie mid
his mother moved to Joplln. Mo. He
md been u sufferer from tuberculo
sis for n number of year and upon
contracting the iutlneiiM hi dMth
uus very sudden. HI widowed
mother survive him.
Mr. Wnldron has traded his ranch
In Clovcrdnle to Mr. Smith of Flnley,
Madipon Holton was n Redmond
visitor on Suuduy oveulng.
Mrs. II. O. Wilson who ha been
quite ill for several weeks is reported
Henry Board mnde u trip to Dend
Ooorgo Purton and Mr. Robinson
were business callers at the Pachory
home on Friday morning.
Dr. Wilson of Iledmond was at the
Parton homo Saturday evening ow
ing to the illness of sovoral members
of tho family.
Mrs. Irvln Parborry and Gladys
Parborry shopped In Sisterson Thurs
day. A. J. Wateon nnd Miss Kopson
were passengers on the stage on
, Mrs. Irviu Tarberry was called in
to Sistcrton on Thursday evening to
nurso Mr. Cobb, who Is quite 111 with
Mrs. F. J. Burling has bcon HI dur
ing the past week, but Is improving.
Mrs. Cora Cutler and daughter,
Mrs. Edith Lewis, moved to Bend
Thursday where thoy will resldo until
they leave for Philadelphia.
J. B. Hodson. W. T. E. Wilson. F.
J. Burling and J. L. Parberry made
a business trip to Bend on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parberry, Mr.
and Mrs. Irin Parberry and Miss
Gladys Parberry spent Wednesday
evening at the Burling home.
Sterling Fryrear has been on the
nick list for tho past two weeks.
Gladys Parberry spent Saturday
afternoon end night at the Burling
Cal Burnslde is on the tick list.
Mrs. Hlneman was a passenger on
the stage Tueiduy.
John Gotter Is back in Cloverdale
nnd is residing at the Kline homo.
II. O. Wilson nauled a load of grain
to Bend In Ford on Saturday.
B. A. O'Donnol of Bend was a
business visitor in Cloverdale on
Anthony Roach of Sisters was a
business caller at the Parberry home
FEW "FLU" CASES AT
PINEHURST. Dec. IT School op
ened again Monday aftor being closed
l.x weeks on account of tho epidemic,
with an absence of only four on op
Mrs. G. M. Couch, who has been
In poor health for some time was in
Bend Friduy to consult n physician.
Messrs. Howell, Spaugh nnd Win
ner each hauled a load of dry limbs
for tho school Friday and spent Sat
urday afternoon sawing them.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat King and daugh
ter, Celesto, left Saturday for Los
Angeles, Cal., after spending tho
last year with relatives here.
I. E. Winner and son, C. H.
Spaugh nnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Eearcy and son, and F. V.
Swisher attended the demonstration
of the Fordson tractor ut the Wilson
Howard ranch Sunday.
Dolls, All Sizes and Kinds.
' WALL STnEET
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Mrs. C. K. Nllhols, of Ttimulo.
colled on Mrs. Harry McGuIro Sun
day. C. II. Spaugh. delivered several
loads of hay at tho Pino Tree mill
Mrs. C. W. Howell and daughter.
Nellie, were guests nt tho McGiiire
C. M. Phelps returned homo the
last of the week from the mlll'whoro
he had been employed until the mill
closed for the wtntor.
Reginald Baylor nnd William
Root are now pupils In tho eighth
grade, who ontored school after vn
oaton. Mrs. G. W. Snyder nnd daughter.
Ethel called nt C. H. Spaugh's, home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Couch wore
business visitors in Bend Thursday.
R. H. Bayloy was u caller nt oho
T. L. Collier home Friday.
Mrs. Alex Howell was n guest at
the C. W. Howell farm several days
Bosslo Snyder was absent from
school several days on account of a
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry McGuIre were
nttondlng business affairs In Bend
Clarence Phelps Is hauling lumber
for n new garage, which he will use
as a repair shop at his ranch here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. E. Winner. Nellie
Howell, R. II. Bnyley, C. H. Spaugh.
and C. F. Montgomery were in Bend
from Plnehurst, Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Snyder recolved the sad
news Monday of the death of her
father In Portland, Ore.
Austin Graham left Saeurday
morning to Join his family ut Po
mona, Cal., after spending the sum
mer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
MILLICAN TO HOLD
MILLICAN. Dec. IT. A special
school meeting will bo held in (he
district, December 21, in regard to
transporting children, out of walk
ing distance to school.
Mrs. F. Tanscher and daughter,
Mrs. Leo Keller, woro visitors at the
Holland homestead Wednesday.
P. B. Johnson and family moved
to Bond Saturday.
R. R. Keller roturned from his
trip to Bend Friduy evening
Moore Bros, butchered u cow for
P. B. Johnson Friday.
R. R. Kollod butchered a calf for
George Cook Saturday and P. I.
Johnson hauled it to Bond.
R. R. Keller called on Mr. Brooks
at the Cook ranch Monday. He Is
using Mr. Brook's team for a short
J. J. Holland was an over Sunday
gueat of his family,
S. K. Loe is still busy hauling hay
P. II. Erilnger nnd son, Vernon,
returned home after spending some
time In their now home in Garden
P. R. Clereuger bought some chlck-
ons from Johnson & Keller, calling
for them Wednesday evening.
Mr Garske paMiod through Mil!!-
can Monday, having made a business
trip to Rend.
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at the
Keller home Thursday.
W. A. Itahn called at tho Kollor
InlltiPM7.il Gets Old and Young.
"Grip" and "Flu" coughs should
not bo neglected. Prnflt lie llin or.
perlenco of thousands llko Mrs. Mary
iviuoy, joj.j rrinceion avo spoKuno,
Wash., who writes: "Our little boy
found relief In wonderful Foley's
Honey nnd Tar. It surely cured me.
I am 75 years old; had very bad
cough from la grlppo." Sold every
Santu CIiius says: "Shop
Earlier than ever before"
Ii reaflfy with all of Santa's
New Christmas Ideas
How the kiddie' eyet will ihine-.and
can't you jutt hear their exclamationi
when they tee ihc wonder of Stock,
mon'a Toy Department. No made.in
Germany" toyi here; but honeitly con
itructed .hingi from American factoriei.
Everything for the kiddie Chmimai.
homo Monday. Henny Grntfonbor
gcr, Herbert nnd Arthur Monro got
tho cnltlo which they recently bought
from P. 11. Johnson, Thursday.
Walter nnd Roy Keller tire out of
school on account of sickness.
Clara Urnffenberger Is again buck
RED CROSS IS BUSY
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PLEASANT RIDGE. Dee. 17.
Mr. W. E. Van Allen nnd Mrs. Mabel
Connelly woro canvassing In this
neighborhood for the Red Cross Suu
duy. L. A. BraiidouhurK hauled u load
of wood to Redmond Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lowell, of Bond
were In this neighborhood Friday
looking at some propertv.
Fred Heeling, of Bend, spout Sun
day at the Anderson home.
Anton Ahlstrnm nnd Miss llllina
Nelson were Bend visitors Friday.
Wayne Chase, of Redmond, was
out helping his father. J. A. Chase,
tho first of the week.
Rasmus Peterson was sawing
wood for F. B. Riiughmiin Monday.
Ernest Frank uas a Redmond vis
Miss Etta Chase aclompanted Mrs
O. K. 'Anderson to Redmond Monday.
Anton Ahlstrom nnd J. W. Peter
on wore Redmond visitors Tuesday.
Con Breeu came out Thursday eve
ning to bring supplies and look after
his band of sheep on tho Anderson
Mrs Fleming has gone to Sonttle
where she will spend some time vis
iting friends and relatives.
Andrew Nelson In lmprovng after
Mrs. W. II. Gray and Mrs. O. E.
Anderson were doing some Christ
mas shopping in Bend Wednesday
Mrs. Ed Smalley Is sick in bed this
wook with the "flu."
Dr. nnd Mrs. Petty, of Portland, ar
rived here Saturday morning to look
over some property which they re
cently purchased from Frederick W.
Kurstous. They went on to Bend in
Anton Ahlstrom attended the
school meeting Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Carrie Johnson returned
Sunday to the homo of her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Peterson, ufter visiting at
tho Emll Anderson home near Turn
nlo for some time.
NEWS LETTER SENT
HAMPTON BUTTE, Dec. IT. Guy
Brown and V. D. Harris mndu a
business trip to Bond last Monday.
Roy nnd Pago Stauffer visited ut
tho Mecks homo several days last
Messrs Everett and Morrin of
Prlnovllle registered nt tho Brook
ings hotel last Thursday night.
J. M. Brlekley Is helping Bert
Meek haul wood this week
Hazel Ralston and Jennie Hug-
He Was Weak nnd All Ituu Down.
"I thought my kidneys might ho
tho cause of my rundown condition
nnd woaknoss," writes W. II. Froar,
(33 Myrtle Ave., Albany, N. V., "so I
took Foley Kidney Plllsand they did
tint work. I cheerfully recommend
them. You can use my name wher
ever you wish." They stop rhoii
mntlc aches. Sold everywhere
Adv. I By special arrangement
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USE THIS ORDER BLANK
The Dend Bulletin, .
Encloied find $2,00, for which lend
me The Bend Bulletin and The Oregon
Farmer for one year each,
gins, of Hums, wore passenger on
Wrny's stngo lust Wednesday going
out to Bend,
Robert A. Nelson en mo from
Bend Thursday on the mall Htngo. lie
will live on the Sciiiuiuous ranch this
Rev. .1. E. Mobloy was a guest at
tho hotel Friday on his way lo
Burns where ho o.poo.ts to take
change of tho Baptist eliureh.
Gladys MeoUs was absent from
school several days this wook owing;
Miss Minnie Rnddats was a Ktiont
ut the Meoka home Sunday.
TURKEYS SENT TO
POWELL IIPTTE. Dec. 10. Mr.
and Mrs. E. II. Williams shipped (SO
fine turkeys to Portland Tiu'sday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Charlton ship
ped 10 turkeys. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace
Smith also shipped a Ini'KO number.
Mr and Mrs. Mauford No have
become stockholders In the Powell
Butte Co-operative association
B. MutiHonu nnd C. M Charlton
were liuslnww visitors to Prluevllle
C. O. Foster returned to Portland
Saturday. Mrs. Foster will n main
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs C M
Charlton, for some time.
Frank Klsslur killed a flue wiling
beef and peddled It out among his
Little Miss Boiilah Klsskr. who
litis been visiting In. Redmond the
pitRt week returned home Saturday
J. A. Rlggs has been rouflued lo
his room with "flu" for the past
week. At present writing hopes to be
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Flint arrived
from Iowa last week to spend the
winter on their ranch here, as Is
Mrs. Allen Wllcnxon and daughter
Harriett nro expected to arrive Hut
unlny to visit over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wurzweller
received some Interesting souvenirs
this week from Mr. Wurxwellor's
brothers In Franco.
Charles Leuz of Klamath Falls Is
feeding u bunch of ISO head of beef
cattle on tho E. II. Williams ranch.
William Young went to Portland
Inst week on a huslnefts trip. Tho
family moved Into Redmond for the
winter and Miss Margery will attend
high school there.
Mrs. Ross Bussett nnd daughter
Margaret visited Mrs. Reavoa Wll
coxeu Saturday and Sunday.
E. II. Stewart has returned from
Hood liver with n Ford car. Ho re
ports the roads In bad shape most
of tho way.
Max Wurzweller came up from
Portland Saturday and with his fath
er, William Wurzweller, visited
over Sunday nt the home of Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson are
In Senttle on n brief business visit.
Miss Pauline Truosdulo Is with tho
homo folks until after the holidays.
Mrs. E. A. Bussett, Miss Fay Bus
sett, Mrs. Reaves Wllcoxen nnd Mrs.
Ross Bussett woro shopping In Bond
John Drlscoll went to Portland
with a carload of lamlw Saturday.
Pat Anglnnd returned to Powell
Butto this week to remain at the
Dan Hourlguii ranch for some time.
Mrs, Trout Is building a comfort
able Iiouhu on her laud here.
UNITED KI'FOUT TO UK .MADE
AHAINKT LO.NC'.KAItKD PKHT.H
KTHVril.W.W: HL'PPLV IS AL
READY ON HAND.
Ah soon us a good snowfall makes
more effective tho scattering of
poison, wur against tho Central Ore
gon Juckrubblt will sturt at once, and
withe every prospect of big success,
County Agent It. A. Ward announces.
It will be tho third annual drlvo in
this section, and n united effort will
bo made to cut tho number of bun
nies to tho minimum.
In tho past two yours 260,000 rab
bits have been poisoned In campaigns
waged under the direction of tho
county agent, uud so effective has
And JnvcttUgnte our pricea
before buying your groceries,
Ve can nave you mouojr,
P. B. Johnson's
MUllcnu, Ore, Telephone
Andy used to
the biggest plug
for the money
'till ono day llarncy gave
It was an hour or moro
before Andy snid any
thing. "How much
longer does this Grave
ly hold its ijood taste?"
he nays. "Two or
three little squares last
nie all morning," an
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in 3 vouch
been the work that Mr Ward h.ii
been asked to outline (he Jurkrubblt
war In .Malheur rouuty this war I
In the Bond neighborhood I loft of
till) loug-eured rodent hatn been
eliminated so far this season by the
Proxreaslve Rabbit club. Tho results
this year are not expected to ho as
large as In 1017. as rabbits are much ,
scarcer through Central Oregon than I
In pnst years.
In preparation for the drive. Mr
Ward has several hundred ouiicim of
strychnine already on hand.
TWO IN TOILS
CLVDK WAUNSTAII. DILUTED IN
.It'LV, AND l-'ltKD .IASS, WITH lid
PINTS IN lt, HILWI) NIvAlt
(From Friday's Dally I
While In search of Clyde Warn
staff, alleged deserter from tho
United States army. Sheriff H. E.
Roberts last night arrested Fred
Jaas, ox-lumbur mill worker of this
vicinity, who, with DC pints of
whiskey in his car, was making his
way to Bend. Not only was Jiisn
taken Into custody, but Warnataff,
who was nldln In extricating the
liquor laden auto from u mud hole,
was also arrested. .Sheriff Roberts
was assisted by u member of tho
state police on duty In thin section
It has been known to Mr. Roberts
for some tlmo past that Warnslarf
was somewhere In this vicinity, nnd
yesterday morning tho Deschutes
county sheriff started out by auto
to make tho arrest. After being on
the road for nine hours, he found
both Jnss and WaniHtaff near Chllo
iUln. Continuing on tho return trip,
ho returned with his prisoners In
Bend ut 0 o'clock this morning, muk
lug 22 hours of continuous travel.
Jiihs, when iippreheuded, declared
that It wiih his first offense, and was
vehement In asserting that it would
bo his last. Ills hourlng has not
Warnstaff was drafted hern on
July 0 of tho present year, and after
training In California camps was
sent to Virginia. It wiih on this trip,
it Is alleged, that ho Jumped from
tho train, never reporting uftorward
for duty ut any army post. It is ex
pected that ho will bo turned over
to tho military authorities ut Van
couver Barracks, Wash.
Try u Bulletin Want Ad. Thoy
FOR. SALE !
80orKK) ucriM In tho H. W. 1-1
of Heo. 14, Ti). 17, H. 1L LI K.
This lies H miles euntiind 3 miles
north of Bond. Wutor rljht
fully paid and ditch to highest
point. I'M acres urablo. Mako
mo un olfor, uush or tiudo.
C. F. BEUTEL,
him a chew of Real Gravely,
sworn Barney. "This
class of tobacco lastn
so much longer it costs
no more to chew it than
ordinary pltitf costs."
ttt futlhtrlkat't wliy u4
ran gtl Iht fie.fJif (Ai lion
v Itiiict wllhtul tiliu nit,
I'll.tmiU CO.MM WDLUV KLKITH
OITH KltH I OR M;V VHAIt
TlltKEV IIANyt I.T UIVKX AT
(From Friday's Dally.)
Andrew F. Lnrnon become head
of Pilgrim commaudery, Knights
Templar, whim ho was elected eml-
r. nt commander nt tho meeting of
tin' Templars last night. Following
election, Installation of officers was
held, wives and daughters of the
knights being permitted to rillnnd
this ceremony. A turkey hunquot
and social hour brought the uveulng
to u close.
Other officers elected by tho com
muiidery are as follows: L. A. W.
Nixon, generalissimo; W. D. Barnes.
oh jit a I n general; J. D. Davidson,
senior warden; J. Alton ThoiiiHtoii,
Junior warden; Frank T. Parker,
treasurer; W. R. Speck, recorder;
J. ('. Rhode, prelate; R. A. Ward,
standard bearer; W. T. Mullnrkoy,
sword bearer; II. . II. Lamping,
warder; James Dotimll, sentinel;
Otto ('. I.ompke, August Anderson
and Hugh II. Ilradeti, captains of the
CUPPER MAY PRHSKNT
WHILE IN WASHINGTON
(Prom Friday's Dally.)
That Percy A. Cupper, slnto
engineer, may present tho cause
of Oregon Irrigation to tho
proper authorities nt Washing-
ton was tho statement this
morning of T, II, Foley, end
Commercial club proslduut, re-
turning to this city from u hunt-
noes trip to Portland, Mr.
Cupper, ho said, wus expected lo
arrive In Portland today, where
members of tho local Comrnur-
clal club would request him to
oxplaln the Deschutes Irrigation
situation after hln arrival In
the national capital.
Tho Deschutes county court
will ho usked at Its noxt meet-
lug to appropriate $10 a mouth
to pay tho oxpouhoh of n man
to read tho ruti-orf nt Cruuo
the RJJSSELL TRACTOR.
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