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THE REND IIUI.I.KTI.V, IIKXD, WIJHNICHIUV, HKPTHMIIEU 1H, IIMU
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
wheat hny. This was cut (nun
ground broken Inst fall nnd planted
A good, Hvo corespondent Is want
ed by Tho Hullctln nt tho following
places: l'rluovlllo, Redmond, Sin
tors nnd Mllllcnn Vnlloy, to send In
nowo Reins nnd net na our agents.
I.lbcrnl pay. Address, Uullotln,
CRESCENT. 8opt. 14 Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Hamner were in from tholr
Pap Gardner and Edward lloyt of
Fort Klamath were in Crescent this
Forest Hanger J. W. Klchotawas
in from Odolt lake.
D. h. Peterson was attending busi
ness matters hero Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Houso have
returned fro in an outing at Davis
Charles Thomas went to La Tine
this we?k for grain. He started
Saturday morning Tor Klamath Falls.
Charles Craves accompanied him.
Fred La Folletto and Italph Cald
well wore passengers on Friday
stago. Mr. Caldwell is expecting
his vrlfo and daughter. Miss Nora, to
return from n camping trip at Crater
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Hourk and two
children left Saturday morning for
Walla Walla where- they will visit
relatives and friends and take In the
Inst spring. Tho heads nro well I
filled nnd fully matured.
On the last day of August n num
ber of tho friends and neighbors of
Misa Kthcl Fogg gathered nt bur
homo for a farowell party, n sho
leaves in tho near future for Tort
land. Tho taffy refused to "pull"
bo was beaten with a spoon Instond,
which fact did not mar tho pleasure
of tho crowd.
A. S. Fogg mado n business trip to
Ilend last week, going by truck one
aay ana returning tho next.
William Tando of Imperial was a
uampton visitor today.
A numbor of the friends of K. M.
Peck and family gavo thorn a plons
ant surprise at tholr home Inst Fri
day evening. Coffee, cake and
sandwiches wcro servod, after which
sovoral lively games were enjoyod
Thompson llros. from on top of
Hampton llutto brought down sovoral
sacks of turnips recently. Some
measured as high as SI inches In
circumference and thoy are remark-
ALFALFA, Sept. 11 Mr. nnd
Mrs. Samuel Jnnuoy and son leave
today for Now York City. During
the tlmo thoy hnvo boon hero thoy
have mndo many Improvements on
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Leo Davenport and
Miss Hniel Davonport nro spending
a few dnya at Crano Prairie.
Italph Torry roturued from Llnd,
Mlsa Edna Pyatt has gono to hor
school near Ilend.
John Klder has purchased qulto a
number of dairy cows.
School will begin at Alfalfa on
Gcargo Tottlow has returned to
his homestead Just west of Alfalfa.
Mr. llnrbor and family w soon
leave Alfalfa to go on tholr homo
stead on tho "high deserl."
SISTERS. Sept. H Charles Lewis
has been employed by the directors
of tho Sisters school as second
toaober. Temporary quarters will bo
made for tho second room by a par
tition in tho old room. A special
Bohool mooting will bo held Septem
ber 30 at which tlmo the voters will
tlecldo whether an additional tax bo
levied for the construction of an ad
ditional room. At this tlmo It wilt
also bo decided whether a ninth
grade will bo added.
The local W. C. T. U. has elected
and Installed tho following o Ulcers
for this year: Mrs. J. M. Allen,
president; Miss Clemle Allen, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. It. 8.
Towne, recording secretary; Mrs.
Km ma Steele, treasurer.
The following arc the newly elect
ed officers of the Ladles' Aid Society;
President, Mrs. Eva Steelo; vlco
president. Mrs. It. S. Towne; treas
urer, Mrs. C. L. Dcnnlson; secretory.
Mrs. u. C. Drown.
Miss Myrtle ilerry's condition Is
still very serious. She Is under tho
care of a trained nurse now.
O. W. Updyko made final proof on
his homestcau near tho head ofi tho
Mctollus before Commissioner Hills
nt Ilend this week.
ably awect and tender. They also
have other vegetables and potatoes.
L. C. Peck is breaking a colt for
W. McConnell of Imperial.
Last Sunday. Immediately after
Sunday school, most of tho members
drovo to tho homo of Floyd Phillips
and when ho returned homo about 2
o'clock from n tramp was surprised
to Qnd his labia spread with a bounti
ful lunch prepared by tho ladles of
POWELL BUTTE I
POWELL IH'TTE, Sopt. 11 The
rain that has fnllen during the past
week will holp out tho squash nnd
melon vines and roasting ears.
Powell llutto schools expect to
have some Interesting exhlblla nt tho
county fair this fall. Gcorgo lleck
man has offered n prUe of $10 to
tho 1hsI display shown bv school
districts Noa. SI. 73, or CC. This,
with (he great number of Individual
prlxes offered this your, ought to get
tho school children's Interest aroused,
Tho handiwork of tho children Is onu
of tho most Interesting features of
tho fair, so let's get busy children,
C. II. Foster's threshing mnchluo
Is working round to tho west ldo of
tho buttes, liolug nt Joe Elliott's
Tho now bridge built across tho old
river bed, one mile west of tho Powell
llutto postoffice, Is now completed.
It will mako a big cutoff on tho Hod
Eighth grndo oxamlnnttona wore
hold nt tho llutto Vnlloy school house
Sept. 6 and 0,
E. U Johnson has Just received n
beautiful piano for his daughter.
Mr, Davis, n brick mason or Uond,
has been nt work In this nolghbor
hood during tho past week, plaster
ing J, P. llowman's now house nnd
nlso building a chimney for Mr. How-
man and ouo for J. D. Davidson.
J. II. Ilarkley of Culver, Socialist
candidate for county Judge, gavo n
lecture nt the llutto Valley school
house last Tuesday night.
Tho farmer finds the Deere
Lln contains lust the plow
ho needs a plow for every
' purpose. For over 08 vrart
the John Deere Plow has been
"the plow without a Dec r." and It's
better today than ever, because wo
have mado it our constant aim to
improve, strengthen nnd simplify,
as wen as multiply me lino la Jifcr
orucr id meet mo require- & 4tSx3S?
mmrtwm rw niv.n.Mi baikm .. .... m
methods and special farm-
iag, uniw iocay mere are
TU.MALO, Sept. 13 Mr. Powel
60 u of Gist passed through here to
Uond on Wednesday.
John Cunningham of Ilend was in
Tuiualo going to Sisters, on Thursday
G, ,M. Couch has been binding
grain for P. A. Woolley this week.
Several bands of sheep passed
through here Thursday.
Ellis KJglngton and Grover Put
Ham dove some beef cattle to Dend
G. W. Wimer k Sons have let a
contract for tho grubbing of 100
acres more of their land at Tumalo.
E. A. Griffin of the Pine Forest
(Lumber Company of Ilend passed
through Tumalo, going to the Cert
eon ranch for horses on Wednesday.
J. 11. Wlraer visited home folks
Miss Melba Baker of Tumalo is
attending school in Laldlaw.
Mies -Chios Woolley of the Dates
ranch near Dend visited with her
parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Woolley,
F. F. Smith of Dend visited at the
Star ranch on Wednesday.
Charles Greger of Tumalo spent
several days in liend last week.
Arthur Ilrlnson of Ilend U helping
on the Star much. I
Paul Scoggln and sisters were In
SI Its Irvine Woolley, who has
been vUltlng her parents near Tum
alo, returned to her former home In
Miss Laura Marlon and Miss Per
nice Couch v. tilted at Tumalo Sunday.
of plows in the Deere Line for
the farmer to select from. Kverv
one of them Is stamped with the
name which means so much to plow
users; ine namo mat guarantees
tno quality and workmanship
oi every ooit, nut, Deam,
snare, rnoiuooard, every
brace and every rod that
goes to make the complete
plow. Don't buy until you
have become acquainted
with tbo Dctrs Line of Plows.
H. J. EQGLESTON
; HAMPTON. ; i
HAMILTON. Sept. 10 Leo and
IO uls Miller returned from Ilend last
Saturday, bringing with them a few
young pines which they set our In -front
of their houses. I
Several thousand feet of good dry
lumber has' been hauled .from the
MaureX'Mountain mill and' is for site
nftlio Hampton store.
Lee Illggs has several tons of
Hog Center s
All Indications point toward Ilend as the center of
a profitable and extenslvo bog raising section. The cli
matic conditions of this section are Ideal, Shipping
facilities make rapid transportation at low cost possible.
Farmers will ,do well to look into tho hog raising busi
ness as It fs a' paying4 one.
Getting. , the -.largest profit out of a pig, requires
simply proper feeding to develop the greatest amount of
weight In-tho shortest time, on tho most economical food.
FOft THIS PURPOSE. FEED UNION MEAT COMPANY'S
Union Meat Company's Dlgestor Tankage develops
bone and muscle In young pigs, and makes them grow.
It prevents rheumatism, thumps and rlckctta. It Im
parts such fit and finish to "show" swine and market
bogs that It has won the title, "The feed that makes
Prize Winners and Market Toppers.'
Union Meat Company's Digester Tankage Is tho most
economical feed obtainable Experlmonta have shown
that 1 worth of Digester Tankage puts mora weight on
to a hog than $1 worth of any other kind of food.
Digester Tankage Is a concentrated Protein Meal,
It Is made from fresh, wholosomu pieces of meat trimmed
from beef. It Is shipped In tho form of a meal which
makes It easily mixed In mash feeds. Shipped In con
venient 100 jKiund sacks. Keeps Indefinitely.
Dlgestor Tankage has been trlod and recommended
nnd Is now being used by best growers and authorities
In tho Northwest, It Is becoming moro popular ovory
dav. It will pay you to know moro about It. Send at
once for circular No. 49,
UNION MEAT COMPANY
, . NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON
Central Oregon Brokerage Co.
. v " " pISTRinUTORS,
trti li ,.I',M,t Oregon.
DRY LAKE, Sept. U Tho now
school furniture for tho Dry Lake
district has arrived In Ilend. School
will open about October 1.
John Arnaldt and tho Misses
Whltakor havo arrived to tako nos-
session of their Hampton llutto
I N. N. Kins mado n trln to ilend
last week, bringing In Mrs. Mooer and
GIST, Sept. HI Mrs. Crawford
and family attended the Mldluw
daughters to their olalm on section t. ;cl,Mrn day
tho farmers of this vicinity lo et
nut more trees, nml In few "
tlmro will likely bo hearing otrlinrd
on every farm. Cherries nnd npploii
seem especially adapted In this
region on account of their IiiiiiIIihmm,
while It Is UhuikIU Hint primus mid
olher fruits enu bo grown sueeeiw.
hilly, It, K, Lien, trttvullliK Hides
mnu for Hie Oiegiin Nursery, was
taking ordera through hero IiihI
Zepha Flowers, from Mllinoimlii,
Is visiting his ulero, Mrs. J. L. (.'ouch.
School opened Monday with n
enrollment of at pupils, nnd Mrs.
Nichols, the teacher, reports it
splendid start In the work of tho
Mrs. Anderson from California ami
Mrs. Homhrey from tho Willamette
vnlloy arrived here Friday nml aro
visiting their sister, Mrs, E. L. Root.
The Misses Krogglu, In company
with their brother, were ratters In
tho neighborhood one day last week.
O. W. Snyder and daughter Kent
to Ilend last Wednesday.
Mrs. C. E. Nichols called on Mrs.
Dan Smith Monday.
J, M. Pattnu called on J. L. Couch
on husluena Thursday.
Mrs. Howard was tbo guest of Mrs.
Hart Nlchola Monday.
Mrs, 0. W, Snyder was on tho sick
Jny Nichols mado n business trip
down river Sunday.
The sunshiny dns am causing the
haymakers to wear broad smites.
Jay Nichols has moved his hay
baler to the ranch of C P llecker
and will begin baling Monday.
Mrs. Dan Smith was a Pluehurst
Two (ileum threshers are bim ti, j
week threshing grain In tbu m,, '
This la (ho Hint nIoiiihoi- that Iihn'
ouiiio tutu this section of the eoum?
km only II wi years ugo when tin,
wilier ciiiiio to tint valley noiliinK bin
siiMohi'iish could bo reeii, Thn pre,
nut mhihoii It litis required t ho mm.
k'nH of several lieiiilom, hlinli.i,
reapers nnd moivora lo harvest tliii
LAIDLAW. Hept 17 The farmer.
S. Swnnson nnd C. IJongtiMin have
returned from the harvest Held.
t C'onstnnt rain has delayed bavin:.
4 goon ueai or spring grain Is not ; Kerttoeker oallod at Mr. MeCtilley's
Mr. Kayler and wife wore In Mis
ters Sunday afternoon.
(Heaves Strnhm nnd Itathwl Knle-
Henry McVlttlo has returned from
a several months' stay In Washington
and expects to dig for water at once.
Mr. Serger Is getting the lumber I
on the ground for his house. Dry
lake valley looks qulto prosperous
Dick Rhod'i has returned from an
iverlaul trip with horses to the
Messrs. F. I.ogan and Davison nro
reported as being In the dairy business.
Mr. McCord and wife wore trniia
acting buslNOM In Redmond Wednes
day. Mrs. Htrahm and daiiKhtnr
(Heaves and Raohel and Ooiistniico
KnlekerlKieker spent the day nt Mrs.
Mrs. Wilbur Saylor was In Hlstors
Mrs. .Htrahm spout the day at Mrs.
John McCulloy as In Sisters FrL
uay nueriioon whore he v.aa trans
Mr. ami Mrs. Powelson a'nd niece
J I were In Sisters Friday.
Mr. McCulloy and son left Friday
PRLNGLE FLATS, Sept. Mr. morning ror summer Lake where
Llhhy visited Mr. and Mrs. 11. Evans ,nor w,,,,t on wwness.
Mr and Mrs. William Comstock
will start ror ilend Tuesday.
Mr Ilebo from Enumclaw. Wash-
Is a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Evans.
Ho Intends to loaato.
Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Campbell
and Mr. and Mrs. C A. Ilnlslcv spent
tho evening at the home of Mr. und
Mrs. II. Evans.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Gonung will
Mart for liend about tho Itth of
Mrs. M. Ilallmoyer sent her son
Joo to Mr. Roberta' for her fall seed
, 'rvo. He was accompanied by Harry
A school meeting was hold Satur
day afternoon to select a alto for tho
now schoolhouse. The
aro going to build right away.
Wilbur Saylor and George (llrtnon
sowed 0 acres of nUalfa list spring.
They have Just completed n new bain
und are putting tho hay In It.
Mrs. Crawford and daughter Phlno
were In Redmond Saturday.
(Heaves Htrahm and Rachel and
Constance Knickerbocker spout tho
day with Fay and I'kln Orawfurd
Mr. Sehtimachor, wife and children 'three inIIm north of town.
spent the nftrnsxn at Mr. Knicker
bocker a Sunday.
of this section are nil busy with their
hay, tho crops being abundant. Tim
potators also nro fine and tho y Uld
A great deal of fruit was raised
hern this year. For the early vrl.
ties the Yellow Transparent Appln
serins especially adapted to this ell
mate. Thn Diitche of Oldenburg
also la n good early variety. The
winter varieties nro thu Northern
Spy, (latin and Arkansas Hlaek ami
several kinds of crab apples,
Mr. Henderson, who bought thn
Simmons place, has tree loaded with
fruit apples, plums nnd oar Mr
lluudersou went on the plr li
June and planted his onts nt oure
Ho cut them lust week nud roiniiu
the crop very heavy and tall. This
I very encouraging, considering that
ho was late In getting tho crop water,
ed. (lata ate tor) llceeiH.fiilly
Mrs. Jack Winter nud Mis l'a
(lerking took the early trnln nt !
chutes Saturday for a day's shopping
Mr. Miller, manager of the Red
mond Telephone Co., made n plsMr
and business visit with J. It. (JourU
Ray (lurking went to Ilend oh a
liuslHe trip last wiek.
Mr. nnd Mrs. (I. W. Horner and
son Robert took Karl tlk to hU
father's ranch on the Mtall Mum
dnr, J. N. It. Corking tuktI lie urn
of clover and alfalfa ha) Inst we
Mr. (Jerking has n ImmhiKhI pise
and alwayx ha rimhI eriip.
Mrs. Jark Winter unttl the day
with Mrs. Howard last WedHU
J. W. Chapman U making war on
tho tinny tribe this week at the
Metollu. Ho I trying to break Mr.
Harbor's reeord. Mr. Ilsrtar wl oh
29 Inekw lung ntniut leu days ago
nnd Is u very pntud man.
J. N. II. (lerking and wife spout
Sunday afternoon with Mr. und Airs.
John J. Coon.
John Coueh, frank Swisher and
father. Jay Nichols nud Mr. Miller
of Redmond took n trip to Sister
Saturday In Mr. Couch's car, looking
over the country. Thoy attended
tho cri'iunery meeting while at SU-
tors ami roort the people very en
thusiastic (or It so ceo. A eoln
mitten wax npitolntod to Jtivoatlgat
the cost of Installing maehlHery, etc
There nro about 190 cows promised
and altogether the prospects ew
very favorable. Mr. Coueh ' says
there aro a groat many Improve
ments nt Sisters sml It Is surprising
how th Cloverdale district 1 rorg
J. W. Drown I bulldlua a T.r.mm
cottage and a new bam on hi ranch
FORT ROCK. Knt l i Mr. n
dlrcctora W. Rico left for Nebraska tho first
oi tho wox wheiosho will spend tho
fall visiting friend and relatives.
Mrs. F. C. Williams, who has l.cnn
visiting her mother tho past three
months, loft for her homo in Iowa
the first of the week,
J. A. Rhoton and family loft for
Hclllngham, Wash., last Sunday
where they will visit friends and
relatives for a fow months.
Miss Gertrude Harrison, who haa
had a poeltlon In a Salem hospital,
returned to her homestead Saturday.
Mm. R. L. Noel went to ?sfrOdy,
Ore., the first of the week whore alio
will spend a fow weeks visiting homo
REDMOND , I
will begin business. The bskery will
le known as the Royal. Meaars. Huoy
REDMOND, Sept. 16 Perry M.
Reedy returned Sunday from Tacotna
with hla bride, formerly Miss Yerkes.
Thoy wore married on September 4.
Mr. Reedy la a member of the auto
mobile firm of Hess & Reedy, here.
Ehrot llros,, who havo tho largest
store here, are advertising a closing
out sale, naylng thoy are Kolnar out
The Commercial Club has oloctod
Its officers for tho ensuing yoar. aa
follows: President. J. W. Ilrowor: .. '...';' ":.""'.
vlr. ,.r.IM..n. w a .... ' i""m I'M ma mncil
,.vw (iivai .,., , ... , ivuuiuaii, necro.
isry, a. J, llauey; treasurer, O. M.
Slocum; executive board, II. F,
Jones, J. F. Hosoh, II. Palmer, It. A,
Exhibits aro already coming In for
tno rotnto Show to bo hold hero In
Mayor lloscli, tho nsw elty ove
cutlvo, has undo a shaken,) in tho
appointive city officials. I. (. How.
Ut has succeeded J. A. Wllpox us city
attorney and recorder. Tho salarv
of tho olty marshal was cut by tho
City Council from 11200 a year to
11000 nnd A. J, Hanoy rofmod to
servo for this salary and was suc
ceeded by C. A. Adams.
Thoro was an enrollment of H
pupils In the local school on tho
opening day last wook. This whs
slightly less than tho first day enroll
ment last year.
PINEHURST. Sept. 16-The yield
of fruit this season haa oncouragod uier. came In the olher day-aud hao
F, M. Wilson "blew In" from low
last Friday and will do snmo lm-
son proved up on n hntuestod In this
vnnoy a uttlo over a year aiso and Is
surprised to bee no much Improve.
nieni anu tno good crop. Ho do
clnres himself a Lake county booster
Mrs. A. I). Wright of the Summit
station oamo down' Wednesday and
will visit with her folks bore and at
Silver Lake boforo returning.
Fred Wright, an old La Plne-llond
atngo driver, Is driving from Ln Pino
to Silver Uko, (l. N. Hill retiring.
Dr. J. W. Thorn of Silver Lako was
Tho Lndlca' Aid moot with Mrs,
t. it. nrndy Thursday.
F, P. Pottlt of . Lako was a lmslnc.
visitor In this city Friday.
Mrs, Potor Jacobson la vory poorly
at this writing nnd fenra aro ontor
tulnod for hor recovery, sho having
heon In poor health the, past year,
W. Honsenof PortlaSftl Is visiting
with his ulstor-ln-law; Mrs. J, L.
Stratton, this week.
J. L, Tucker, who has boon, with
mo uoutnorn I'acino tho past aunt
'Drown hsd two trees of Yellow
Transparent apples from whleh he
sold seven boxes thl yoar, and they '
had all they could 4iso from (ho little
tho apples were largo enough to ,
cook. Thoy also havo tree loaded
with Arkansaa lllacks.
Miss Dorn Ford, thn primary '
teacher in the school here, la hoard
ing with Mr. and Mr. F. N. Wallace ,
Mrs. Dora M. Hall la having a
largo stone cellar built and a stone
flue added to tho hotol. Will Dell
is doing thn work rind Neal Ray is
doing tho hauling from tho Uldlaw .
Tho Development league haa ar
ranged with sovoral gontlomeu for
ahort talka next Saturday afternoon
at tho Agricultural and Domestic ,
Science Exhibit. This mooting will
prnlmbly bo hold at the church build.
Ing from 2:30 to . Thcso talks t
will bo along tho lines of agriculture
and llvealock and thn betterment ot
Jocal conditions. i
J. R, and Mrs. Couch wero In
Kcdmnnd Monday. .
"VISIBLE LOADING ",
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Practice new nnd clean out all
mu i-triii putt tliU spring
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