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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Special to Tho llond Ilullotln.)
HAMPTON, March 26. Mrs. Louis
Stlllor, who has been ttl, la again
ablo to bo around tho house.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Van Lao of Im
perial woro Hampton visitors Sun
lny. L. C. Peck returned from ft two
weeks trip to Dog Mountain Inst Fri
day, bringing In his scd ryo from
ltlley on tho return.
Guy Gilliam spent Tuesday with
Mr. McNott of Idaho arrived horo
Friday and Is visiting his brother,
Klovd MoNott. and looking for a
An opldomlc of sovero colds and
Boro throaU has been going tho
rounds In this neighborhood recent
K. A. Fogg loft Saturday to tako
a position with tho Jones Dairy, at
Mr. Whltakcr and wlfo of Omaha
arrlvcr' horo Friday en route to Dry
Lake to visit a sister and also in
soarch of a homestoad.
Mrs. Ilrlckey spent several days
In this neighborhood recently, visit
Floyd Phillips camo out to his
homestead yesterday rnd soon ex
pects to be hard at work for the
D. It. Dunn and Claudo Smith aro
Jn Uend after loads of freight.
II. II. Hoguo and wife aro In Dend
on a visit to their daughter Mrs.
Wright and Mrs. Rosenhani, at Ho
Mr. Martin and wife were business
visitors hero from Prlnglo Flats
W. T. Harrison and Durr Dlack
left for Bend Sunday with their
A. T. Frame's windmill was put
up a week ago, but owing to some
misfitting valves falls to wprk. The
supply of water In his well is plenti
ful. County School Superintendent J.
E. Myers' "red Ink spelling test"
Bystem has been Introduced In the
school hero and Is a special feature
of Friday's work. It Is eagerly
watched for by tho pupils and cer
tainly Inspires new Interest in spell
ing. The fourth month of school
closed Friday and that afternoon the
pupils colored a few eggs.
envca too much to allow any greater
depth to bo roftchod.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Shoppnrd nro
absent from their hutto ranch, hav
Ing gono to Crooked rlvor.
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Kins and It II
Rhodes attended tho danco on tho
17th on Uuck crook.
Albert Prcscott and sister mndo
a trip to Uond lost weok, t
Miss C. Whltakcr, attor a winter
in tho "wilds", has returned to her
homo In Omaha.
Julius Janott, having spent sovon
months on his homestead, Is oft on
a leavo of absonco at Dend.
HAMPTON, March 27. Several
locations of homestead claims have
been made In this vicinity during the
There is considerable auto travel
over the Ilend-Durns road. As many
as five and six cars a day pass here.
Tne Iirooklngs Hotel reports a
The settlers In the Glass Butte
valley aro rejoicing because they
have received notice that a postofflce
has been allowed to known as Stapf-
fer, Oregon. S. J. Stauffer will be
J. M. Ilrlckey has installod the
casing and pump in the well drilled
ou his claim. A gasollno engine
will bo used for power purposes.
Auto truck freighting to Hums
began this week after a layoff of
over a month. Mr. Nacker, with a
Kolley truck, and Mr. Rlcbel, with
a Packhard truck, passed hero re
cently The cold frosty nights have de
layed spring seeding and plowing.
V. Schroder has moved his resi
dence and the Ttolyat P. O. near the
well he rocently drilled. His loca
tion is now on the Dend-Durns road
and Is much moro convenient fdr tho
patrons of the postofflce.
Earl flodgers made a business trip
to Dend last weok.
Theo. Cook, after an absence of
five months, has returned to his
claim near Gloss Dutte. During his
absence his house was broken into
and many articles taken.
Mr. Splolraan and Mr. Drogsvold
are expected to return to ibelr home
steads this week.
Prof. C. W. Asbbaugh, WJfe and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Iirooklngs
and son Paul, J. M. Drlckey and wife
and James lirickey. Miss Msry Mc
Mulllu, .Victor Johnson and T. C.
Ewlng ate Easter dinner with Dert
Mecks and wife last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Perry and son
Marvin took Easter dinner with
G. A. Johnson made a business
trip to Hutto; Alkali, and Paisley.
He brought back a couple of hogs.
J BUCK CREEK
(Special to Tho Dend Ilullotln.)
UUCK CREEK, March 28 Tho
danco given at tho Ruck Creek danco
hall tho 17th of March was a suc
cess In every way. A largo crowd
attondod In splto of tho Inclement
weather. Tho next one will bo a
"hard times" danco and will be given
tho 4th of April.
Pcto Wyss has secured employ
ment with Mr. Shephard near Harncs
He loft last Sunday and Intends to
stay during tho summer.
Ronald Conkllng spent tho last
week visiting with friends in Hamp
Mr. RubsoU, who bought the Ole
Pcderson homestead, camo tn last
Thursday with a load of household
goods from Prlnovlllo. Ho returned
Immediately for nnothor load and
will also bring his family.
Mr." Gilliam, tno mall carrtor, la
now traveling tho now county road
between Flfo and Rolynt. It makes
his route about tlvo miles shorter,
nnd also accommodates ninny Bottl
ers who heretofore had n long way
to go attor mall.
Goo. Hubbard has nbuut 30 .acres
seeded to ryo, which shows up pretty
well tor a man who has only boon
horo slnco last July. Ho nlso has
about 20 acres moro ready for tho
Hnndll Hros. havo Installed n gaso
line engine and a centrifugal pump
tor Irrigation purposes.
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(Special to Tho Uond Ilullotln.)
IMPERIAL, March 23. Warren
McConnoll has erected a steel wind
mill on his claim.
Mr. Tando has dono considerable
fonclng tho past week.
Ivan Knotts arrived from Uond
last week with a load of frotght.
Emll Van Lnko has been helping
his brother build fenco.
William Titus Is preparing to seed
80 acres this spring.
Mr. Sando and Mr. Wnllo aro back
on their homestead. Mr Sando ex
pects his family soon.
E. O. Russell has bought 120
acres adjoining tho townslta and
contemplates extonstvo Improvements
on It. "
Mr. Volgt brought out a load of
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(Special to The Dend Bulletin.)
DRV LAKE, March 25. The old
ground hog, also the lion nnd the
lamb, weather prophecies are being
fulfilled, but appearances are against
the euy Koster sln. as it snows
every day, Easter Included.
A number of V$ Lake's new In
habitants are waiting for, good wea
ther to come In and take up resi
dence. Mr. McVlttle has had to pqetpone
further drilng in his well td await'
the arrival Vt casing, tho drjlfers
having InpoYfnlered no' rock' to'a
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Oiir Price is $1,00
WHILE THEY LAST. We have only
a small number. Housekeepers
The Owl Pharmacy m
' Ralph I'olndextcr.
First National Bank Building.
freight for Mr, Harmon last week,
Mr, Harmon has routed 40 acros
of Frasor to seed to grain this year.
Mr. Parsons and Mr. Adams each
hauled a load of hay last week from
An unto truck Is horo waiting for
repairs from Portland.
A good-slxod crowd from hero at
topdod tho Stovons danco last weok.
Mr. Kiuso visited with friends at
Imports! Inst Hundny.
Emll Van Lako had n runaway
last woek but llttla dnmago result'
Maine Huffman hauled a load of
hny from Hold last week.
Miss lllxhy has a vory protty Kng
llsh setter of which alio )a vory
(Special to Tho Uond Ilullotln.)
PRINGLE J-'liATS. March 20.
Tho egg party March 23 was a great
success. Thora woro about 25 dozen
eggs on hand and plenty of broad nnd
bultor. About CO pooplo were pros
ont nnd all had a aplundl dttmo.
Paul Hold brought his grnpho
phono and furnished tho music for
tho crowd. Tho school children
spoko and sang, and before and after
supper everybody stoko and played
games. A measuring social will bo
given on tho 3rd of April. All aro In
vited. Charles Genung returned to his
homestoad 8unday and went back
to Uond 'tho next day. Ho will be
horo again soon with Mrs. Genung.
A number of peoplo aro roturnlng
now to tholr homesteads.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Taylor's little
son Earl has been sick tho last fow
FQRT ROCK J
March 15 to April 15, 1913
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Charleston, S. C 53.90
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Milwaukee. Wis 30.70
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St. Louis, Mo 37.00
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Omaha, Neb 30.00
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(8pcclal to Tho Ilend llulletln.)
FOIIT KOCK, March 30. Horn, to
Her. and Mrs. W. Theo Mattock, a
10-pound boy, March 17.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cady,
a 9-pound girl, March 17.
P. A. G ruber of the 8. O. Ranch
was a business visitor at fiend the
first of the weok. Hi Adams and
Geo. Dodd accompanied him.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Btratton and
Mr. and Mrs. William I.. Dehno of
Fremont were trading visitors hero
J. D. Qullck, who went to Uond
tho first of tho week in search of a
team, returned Wednesday with four
head of fine horses. Mr. Oullck Is
an old horse buyer and knows a good
horse when ho sees It.
Uert R. Oatman of Warmsprlng
flat was horo Friday.
. F. P. Pottlt of Arrow was In town
Deputy Sheriff P. D. Recdor of
Silver Lnko was trading In town
T. II. Ilrady moved to the Summit
stago station Monday to tako charge
of the station.
Sam Ioster of tho Sllvor Lako
cash store was hero Wednesday,
Mrs. C. M. Dadloy of Arrow was
trading hero Monday.
Frank Ceverney wont to llond tho
first of tho week to moot his family,
Georgo T, Michaolson moved his
house from tho ranch Friday Just
west of his storo and Is having It
furnlshod. Ho expects his family
from llond In a few days.
(Special to Tho Uond Ilullotln.)
CRESCENT, March 28. Postofllco
Inspoctor Whitney was In Crescent
tho first of the weok. Floyd Llppln-
cott brought him up from La Pino.
W, W. Cryder returned from Fort
Rock and Silver Lako after several
days' stay In tho Interests of the for
i'oarl Lynes and wlfo and child
havo returnod from Powoll Unite
whoro they spont tho winter with
11. G. Ilowers was In town for a
few days this woek. Ho has boon In
tho mountains slnco before Chrlut-
W, J. Nichols, a forest rangor from
Wind Rlvor, Wash., left on Satur
day's stage after disposing of his
Mr. nnd Mrs, Karl Austin went to
tho Mayfleld' ranch the last of thu
(Spoclal to Tho Uond llulletln.)
PINEHURST. March 31. Slnco
tho establishing of tho chooso factory
In Lnldlaw, tho farmors In this vicin
ity aro making spoclal preparations
for tho dairy business. Spaugh & Wl
tner last weok purchased 1? head of
dairy cows from Frank Murk.
Georgd Couch left bat weok for
Portland, and Damo Rumor has It
that he will return with a bride,
The Infant son of Mr, nnd Mr.
William House has boen quite 111
tho past week,
.Will Goorgo camo In from Ralnm
tlils woek to look ovor his Intnl.
The nlootlon of .ornenrs In tho lo
cal Sunday school was postponed tin
til noxt Sunday,
G. W, llomor and family wont to
llond last Tuesday In tholr onr,
Goorgo and ICsthor Dietrich enter
ed school Monday,
Mlsa llorulca Couch was tho guest
of tho Mlssca Marlon Hundny,
Mlns Flora Hassolliorg called on
Mrs. Chris Peterson Saturday,
Mesdnmcs Couch nnd Nichols vliitt
ud Mrs. Frank Murk Sunday.
Goorgo Couch had thu misfortune
to lono n good hnrso Inst wook.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Jackson woro
visitors at tho Murk homo Hundny.
Mr. Slnyton has moved to tho
Mock place nnd Is putting In a crop.
(Special to Tho Uond Ilullotln.)
PLAINVIHW, March 31. Paul
Scoggln haa returned from tho O, A.
C, whoro ho has been In school,
Tho farmors' tolvphono lino Is al
Joslo Crawford has boen sorloualy
III tho psst weok.
Kd Strnlun nud Hllon Crawford
spoilt Thursday evening with Mlsa
Guy McCnlllstor haa recently re
turned from Snlom whore ho spont
The water Is now turned Into tho
The homo talent play given by the
literary club at tho school hnuso on
tho night of April C promises to be
nomnthlng rjtllto nntortalnlng, in
connection with tho jilny thorn wilt
bo a bnskot social.
"M. W. Knlokorbookur nnd family, '
who spont tho winter In Portland, nro ,
oXopootod on tholr ranch In a woult
or ton days.
Mr. W'lnklo has moved from tho
Qlat hottno to Dun Wlnklo's place be
tween horo nnd Slaters.
Mrs, Unit Wlnklo has boon qulto '
III for tho last wook or no.
John Pnttomon Is hero from Heat-'
tlo looking for n location,
Tho oyutur supper and Motlmr
Gooso contest given Friday night
proved a success.
I . .
(U,.l.l I.. Tim lion, I ttllllnlln I
Tl'MALO, March 31, A. A, Kin
of Walla Walla, Wash., was In'XtiU ,
vicinity looking ntter hln farm Inter
ests Moveu miles northwest of Laid
law, While hero ho let an nxtsimlve i
contract for clearing nnd Improving
Mr. Hcntt and Krt Glllott woro bus-'
Incus callers nt thu homo of F. W.
Mrs. Pulllniii and son Jlmmlo mndo
h trip to Sisters Sunday. ,
J. N. U. Gorklng Is assessing this
nud neighboring vicinities, f
W. Clark purchased a ton of hay
from Will Ivormix last weok,
Tho hour of tho Plalnvlow Sunday '
school has been changed to 3 p. in.,
with proaohlng sorvlco nt 3:4S, ,
Slnco tho cqulnnxtal storm the lo.
nal farmers are rushing spring work ,
In order to make up for lost time.
Miss Violet McKlnney and Mrs, t
(Continued on page oloven.)
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