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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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I MILLICAN !
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(Special to The Uulletln)
MIL.MCA.N. Sept. 8, Mlsa Urown
is, coxlly sattlcd In her now cabin,
Which alio had erected lately on her
Gcoi-ro A. Mllllcnn returned homo
from l'rlnovlllo whoro ho was nttoml
U. K. Davis and son John ore ex
pected homo In a few tlnys.
1 It. Johnson and I. L. Owons
wont to llond Saturday.
A. 1). Norton hauled n load of
lumber from Hond for a settlor liv
ing 30 mltos onst ot here.
A. A .Ollmore Is very busy nowa
days fonolnc his claim. Ho has pur
chased several loads ot posts from
A. D. Norton.
Mr. and Mrs. Klftor spent a day
nt the Norton homo last weok.
A parti was out horo In our vnlloy
looking over tho Nolan and Hough
Miss Brown called at tho Roams
(Special to Tho Uulletln)
CrtESGKNT, Sept. 4. Philip Cap
les came In from The Dalles Sunday,
going on through to their camp at
A. N. Wskeflold of Seattle Is visit
ing friends In town this week.
Mr. Stovonson of La Pint Is driv
ing stage this weok for Mr. Street,
who lately bought out Mr. Erring
Mrs. H. 0. Itourk and daughters
and Mr. and Mrs. Knox returned
from their camping trip nt Odell lake
Mrs. Santry and Miss Moadc re
turned from Odell lake Wondcsday
whero thny spent ten days.
W. II. LaFollotto ot Madison, Wis.,
and G. B. LaKolIetto or Helena. Mon..
Fred UaFollotto and C. F. Erring
ton, both ot La Pine, came up to
visit and go on a hunting, trip.
Mrs. W. O. Harrlman has gono to
Fort Rock nftor visiting hwr parents
for a month.
On Thursday evening. Soptomber
4, at tho Crescent Hotel, was held a
farewell reception lu honor ot u. w .
Anderson and family, who havo re
sided In Crescent from the founding
of the town. Mr. Anderson Is pro
prietor ot tho Crescent Drug Co., but
business Interests near Portland will
require bis absence for several
months. Tho genial hosts, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rlngo, did themselves
proud In thoir many kind attentions
and pleasant courtesies. The guests
from out of the city were: N. O.
Jacobson, Lakevlew; Dr. J. J. Pitt
inger. F. II. Ireland, Portland; G. E.
LaFollette. Helona. Mont.; W. II. La
Follette, Madison. Wise; Fred La
Follette. La Pine; A. N. Wakefield,
Seattle; C. F. Errtngton. and J. J.
Stephenson, La Pine. Others pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. O. W. An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rourk,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cleaves. Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. JUngo, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis, Mrs.
D. A. Jones, Miss Dorothy Anderson,
Miss Emallne Meade. Miss Alice
Lund, Beatrice Stephenson. J. W.
Morrison, Thoa. McCord, W. L.
his well which ho reports to havo
down 40 foot, through n gritty hwn
11. Gnrsltoj nnd sons are busy
hauling lumber and building on their
claims on upper Camp Creek.
Mr, nnd Mm. O. Rood enmo hack
from Hond Frtdny, bringing n load of
George Murphy caiuo In from 'Jo ml
Friday with Mr. Rood. Ho expects
to remain hero some time.
II. Cox of Camp Creek completed
hnylng for A. Thomas this weok.
Tho round-up nnd branding of
horses was romplotod lust week lu
this pnrt of tho country. The outllt
moved south nnd east Saturday.
$ v HIGHLAND
(Speclnl to Tho Bond Bulletin.)
HIGHLAND. Sop. l.-rA. J. Woods
moilo a business trip over from
Barnes Monday morning.
The picnic gtvon by tho Lndlos'
Country Club was nttonded by n large
crowd and all report having a good
time. A delicious lunch was served
at noon, nttcr which a gntua ot ball
Mrs. Hamlin gave a card party
Friday evening at her home.
William Wlggam and Charles
Rogers left for Bend Sunday. Thoy
expect to bo gono n few months.
Mrs. A. Palmer visited Mrs. J. fl.
Rivers Thursday afternoon.
Mies Maxlno Nlelson has been on
tho sick list tho past weok.
BEND R. F. D.
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(Special to Tho Bulletin)
BEND II. F. D., Sop. D. Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Watson and two chil
dren moved from thejr ditch forty
northeast of town to camp No. 2 on
tho Tumnlo where Mr. Watson Is
employed. Miss Knuna Beebe, Mrs.
w atson s sistor. wont with them.
Mrs. Wm. Reynolds has been visit
ing In La Grande (or several weeks.
Tho new Young school house Is
nearly completed and will bo n groat
help to this community.
A big dsneo was given bv tho
Grange In tho Grango hall. Saturday.
September C. On account of the un.
oxpectedly large crowd, thoro was
Hardly enough food to satisfy nil,
but Just the same overyono had a
The Juniper Club met with Mrs.
Wm. Randalls Thursday, there being
qulto a few members and visitors
A birthday party was given for
Charley Watson on his 10th birth-
llnV. U'hllOt urna Tlmnfliiv A . OD
There were qulto a number of child-1
ron present nnd a plousnut afternoon
wnn tho result.
Willis Nolaud Is back from tho
Dnvenpart-Stnnloy ranch whoro ho
worked In haying.
Willis Noland nnd O. V. Bnrto
caught four ot tho five horses belong
ing to Mrs. Jessie Houghton which
had got out of her pnstuie nnd wore
on tho rond.
Mrs. C. V. Itarto hns boon slak tho
past week but Is nblo to bo up now.
For tho past week tho complaint
which Mrs. Jessie Houghton has suf
fered so long from, hns suttled lu her
tout, nud It Is very hnrd for her to
get nbout, but otherwise she is look
lug nnd foaling better than sho linn
The tlrst heavy frost of this season
came tho night ot September S.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
PLAINVIKW. Sept. R. J. A.
Adams purchased two lino coua from
Alox i.oorenx Monday,
It is axpocted thut school hero will
start about tho 15th of this month,
with Mrs. Montgomery as toachor.
Gooro Whltakor Is laying tho foun
dation for n modern bungalow.
Whltakor and Olllett are getting
grnlu ready to thresh.
Mrs. Pulllam gnvo a lawn nnrty
Thursday evening. Tho evening was
spent in playing games on tho lawn
ns well us Indoors, niter which re
freshments wore served consisting ot
Ice cronm and cake. All that were
thoro expressed themselves a having
n Hue time.
11V HUYINd A MONTII'H HIUMM.Y
OF (iltOrillllKS AT ONi: TIMH YOP
CAN .MARK A (ONHIIlKIIAlll.i:
SAVING. Wl! WILL AI.MO IVK A
PUKMUM OF M (,()l,l COIN TO
TIIK I'l'ltCIIANKK OF THK MIKL
ICST KINOI.IJ OHIHHt K.U'II WKKK.
FIRST PllKMIl'M. HATIRHAY
NOON, ttl'PTKMIIKR 'M.
ONH lll.OCK HAST OF HKI'OT.
Wntrh The Bulletin nuil cc who mIiin
dale's when n short musical pro
gram will be given.
N, P. Alley hud tho misfortune of
losing two yearling moors last weon
from nirnlra bloat,
A. , Ilayn nnd wife hnvo boon
visiting lu lloiul,
Mr, nud Mrs. Hall havo gono to
roudlnton to tuko lu the Roundup.
School started tilts morning lu tlm
tiiieparo suunoi iiousn. Mrs. l;nrl
Forrest Is teaching this year.
Bert Reynolds nnd snvornl 1'rlno
vlllo girls visited at Powell Rutin
last weok. Miss Alma JhoitHou re
turned to town with them.
Porter Heath, who sold his rnnoh
hero this summer, plans to start Tor
Alberta, Canada, noma time this
Wowcomnra should got tho habit
of golg to limos & Davidson's har
bor shop, Adv.
I LOST CREEK
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(Special to The Bulletin)
LOST CREEK, Aug. 31. Mr. Yeck
transacted buslnoss In Hampton tho
latter part ot this week,
Mr. DeWItt helped Mr. Perry with
his haying several dnys the past
Mrs. B. F. Rhodes nnd children
havo gono to their former homo nt
Spraguo, Wash., for a few weeks.
Mr. Rhodes has n position in u grain
warehouse nt Sprngue.
Messrs. Hester and Davis are Just
lu tho midst ot haying, but we havo
not learned what tho yield Is.
Miss Alice Brookings, who hns
been camping nt Paisley, has return
ed to her homo here.
Quito n numbor from the west end
of the valley plcnlced on Glass Butto
J. Mayers, who has been worklnir
in iionu nnu rortinnd, tins returned
0. R. oung returned from his
trip to Burns Sunday ,
Hot rolls anil bread at tho Ameri
can Bakery tnery afternoon nt H
o'clock. New store on Wall street, lotf
I'lNi: I'INOKIt IIIN'tiH.
.hint received nt ,1. V (lonelier n
Jewelry More I tlnxnn goiiuluo stone (
set, solid gold, liimiitlfill linger rlnM
at tiinnufatilureiH price, Jobbers dis
count off, from oiio ot the liugett t
ring inniiutnotiirerH lit tho Kut.
which will ho o (To red for sale lit n
Having (o the purchaser of tin ,'r.h- i
Imrs discount. Call linn ho llieui
They nro liuiuil(on, U7-2S Adv.
FI.ORENOi: in Bond's nearest son- ,
port. In course of a short time It
will ho connected with Bond directly
by rail, If you wish to know morn
about thin seaport, write -
OKO. MICLVIN MILLKR, j
1-23-Hp.Adv Florence, Ore,
Mix loaves of freuli bienil for Si.lc,
It loaves of stale bread for I Or, chick
en bread .10c n sack, .American Bak-S
vry, Wall Hlieet. New Mom. Ad Hlf
Neat dance prograiiis nud fancy '
prournui iiemiU nt Tho Uulletln, In
any iiinntlly ilmlinl. tf
Get The Habit
of bnylng your RrocerFcs at
home. Fresh Roods, stand
ard quality, at lowest prices
Let us nil help build up
our own community.
P. B. JOHNSON
Mllllcan - - - Orezon
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((Speclnl to Tho Bulletin)
POWELL BUTTE, 8npt. D. Cris
Sletz Is among tho latest to get
"sporty," Ho returned front Red
mond one night the first of tho week
with n now Spattldlng hack and says
some girl will bo lucky now.
Jon Elliott attended court at the
county sent Saturday.
Doc Morgan hns returned to his
homo at Rabbit I Ion von to do somo
fall seeding. Ho says they plan to
hold n big rabbit drive ovor there lu
about two weeks. Crowds are ex
pected from all tho neighboring
The Sorocls Club met with Mrs.
Rico last Wfiilnnarinv nftnrnrwm Hun
lot tho main topics undor discussion
was tho big reed when tho gentle. I
men's annex will be Invited. It was
ueciuou to givo tnis at Mrs. Alleys
but no definite tlmo was sot. Tho
noxt meeting Is nt Mrs. Goo. Trues-
t PRJNGLE FLATS t
(Spools I to Tho Bulletin)
PRINOLK FLATS. Sept. 1. The
ladles on the west side of the warm
springs gave a picnic August 31.
It was attendod by a large crowd.
Tho lunch served was fine.
Joe Hallmoyor started for Bend
Jacob Settlemeyer Intends to cut
his second crop of rye hay next v,oek.
It has turned out fine.
Charles II. Genung Is going to have
his new house built as soon as ho
can ge( the lumber hauled. Mr.
Cunningham will do tho building.
The Ltdles Country Club will
meet at Mrs. Eric Danlelson's Wed
Warren Llbbey returned home
from the Barb Wire ranch runday.
He has been riding for the past weok.
Mr. Bakor Intends seeding 45
acres ot ryo this fall. He has nun
worklug at, H now.
A. B. Tifylor visited his family on
Prihgle Flats last week for a few
(Special to TIu Bulletin)
DRY iLAKE, Aug. 31. A shower
fell here on Friday and- several local
uhowers In the past week.
Haying la nearly completed and
feoine of the late spring grain Is now
A dance and social were held at
K N. Kins Saturday for tho purpose
of raising funds for building a public
hall for rovlvnl and other meetings.
A laige crowd was present and near
ly $200 was raised for this purpose.
The building Is planued to be 40 by
George Helper and B. Fuller of
Camp Creek started for Bend today.
8. Samson made application for
final proof on his homestead before
U. S. Commissioner Fogg last weok.
Dr. G. Hess has completed the
second well on his homestead, both
containing an abundant supply of
water. The first he drilled 37 feet
nnd the second he dug 34 feet, hav
ing the IdUor lined with rock.
Al. Huntsman Is now drilling on
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th,
our representative will call on every
lamp user in town with a full supply of
different sizes and kinds of electric
bulbs, for the purpose of supplying all
tlieir wants in this line preparatory to
the dark days of winter.
New Mazda Prices:
40-Watt Lamps 40c each, formerly 50c
00-Watt Lamps ,.50c each, formerly 00c
100-Watt Lamps 80c each, formerly 90c
Bend Water Light Sb Power Co.
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The Miller Lumber Company
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Headquarter for Commercial Men
Ulcctrlc Lighted Throughout
Special Attention to
I THE BEND HOTEL
Pree bu to
and from trains
HUQH O'KANK, MANAQtKM
Alt arrangrmcnti made for prrinni
desiring to go south and ot hero
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