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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1913)
BKN1 lIl'IiMTTIN, 1IKNI, OIIK., MKONKHIUY, BtiPTHMItUll 17, in in.
(8ooclal to The Uond Dullctln.)
LAIDhAW, Sept. 15.Kaymond!nl n i0tKn of 71 feot.
itnnson. mo i-ycnr-uiu sun oi ouii.
Alfred Hanson of the project. Is qulto
The condition of Mrs. John Holl.
who suffered n .stroke of tiarnlysls,
remains unchanged. She. la able to
Bpcak n little better, however, al
though sho is still unable to move.
Engineer John T. Whistler or the
Desahutes river survoy was n visitor
Miss Franc Newman entertained
Saturday evening with n dancing
party In honor of her guests, Miss
Mnrguerlto Ostrander of Salem and
Miss Adellno Olson of Redmond.
Miss llornlce I'mphlotte came In
Saturday morning from Portland for
it brief visit with relatives.
Misses Jobophlne and Lucy Craw
ford of the Gist community leavo this
'week for MeMlnnvllle for the winter.
Miss Lucy, who graduated from tho
O. A. C. this year, will tench do
iiieittic science In the high school and
Miss Josephine will take music. Tho
two Crawford children expect to
spend the winter In llend attending
W. 1). Ihtrnea has the wlro hero
for fencing his 20-acre orchard to
keep out tho rabbits and other pests.
Tho local school began last Mon
day and tho enrollment at the end
of the week totaled 30. Prof.
Thompson, who has taught the past
three years at Qulncy. ore., nua .miss
Polk of Terrebonne are the teachers.
There will be pupils In ten grades.
Preparations arc being niado for
tho fair to bo held hero October 2,
Unless It Is posslblo to rush the work
very rapidly, the now building will
not be finished in time for this ) oar's
Mrs. Mary Mulkey is down from
Bend visiting relatives and attending
to business matters In connection
with her segregation land.
J. C. Thorp was passing around
tho cigars Friday. The occasion was
the celebration of his 67th birthday,
nnd ho was so glad to be ullve in
such a good country as this that ho
reversed tho usual order of things
nnd treated his friends instead of ex
pecting treats from them, ho said.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON. Sept. 8. A bubble
party was given at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Peck Saturday night.
A pleasant evening was spent play
ing games and blowing soap bubbles.
Mr. Lloyd Baker was a buslriess
visitor In Hampton Saturday.
Hampton school opened on Mon
day, of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Held visited
frlonds In thlsv!clnlty last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whltaker returned
to their home In Willamette valley
recently. While here visiting their
"son they made a trip to Burns n
their auto. They were accompanied
by J. Whltaker and I. Zlerolf.
Kev. nurrls and family have gone
to Bend for a few weeks.
A. Shoultq, from Camp Creek, wan
a week-end visitor in Hampton last
Mrs. C. II. Harmon, and family
have settled on their homestead a
mile from Hampton store.
J .N. Crow returned home from
Grass Valley last week.
H. C. Miller has gone to Bond for
n short vtolt.
Elmer Peck is clearing on hie
place this week.
Elani Faught was a business visi
tor here last week.
Mrs. Fuller and son from Minne
sota were In Hampton Sunday night
"waiting for a wagon to take them to
their homestead near Barnes.
Alvln Huntsman was at Hampton
to make second yearly desert proof.
Mr. Kins and Mr. Bengtson of Dry
Lake were witnesses for him,
Mr. KInnoy, Dqnd-Burn freighter,
spent Sunday in .Hampton.
Miss Kate Brickey has been help
ing Mrs. L. C. Peck the last two!
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
DRY LAKE, Sept. 8. Tho cattle
round-up Is .now on and reports from
the stoakmen are to the effect that
the condition of the stock Is good.
Many beef cattle are picked out.
Several loads of lumber for the
Brown and Alexander buildings have
beej cut at the Maury Mountain, saw
mill the past two weeks.
The - local public hall will bo
started this week. Lumber for it Is
being hauled dnlly; thU morning fjve
teams started for Maury Mountain
mill. As soon as the building is
completed the Dry Lake school will
be opened and held for the term in
Mrs. Henry McVRtle left for Elmn,
Wash., to Join her husband who Is
engaged In JumbO-rlns. They will bo
Bona all winter.
Mrs. J. Green, who has been with
her 'daughter, Mrs. MeVlttle. pn Sun
day moved to the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs, Sqyder.
Sam Bara'son la plowing for Sirs.
Bophlu I'll leu some 10 acres ready
for this year's seeding.
Ohnrloo Tull appeared before Com
mmsIonBr "'egg at Hampton Saturday
and made untry for 40 acres under
the desert land act.
TAU Huntaman has made annual
.proof on his' 160 acre desert claim
located on Dry Lake Flats. The
proof was made Saturday before com-
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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mlsstonor Fogg at Hampton,
N. N. Kins nuil C. A. l)oni;tBon
wcro In llnniiiton mid Imperial Sat
urday on bUBlnosa.
C. A. Hongtson linn been agisting
Al. ttuntsmnn drill his woll for the
past two weeks. Water wub fmuul
has been continued to 74 feet noil
there Is nearlv four foot of water In
the well. Mr. Huntsman will go to
n greater depth. An thief Is the II ret
well In Dry hako Mats much Intermit
Is felt In the community iitul other
wells will be drilled.
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(Spcclnl to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON nrTTK. Sopt. 13.
Quite u number of .residents of this
locality were In Prinotlllo ns wit
nesses boforo tho grand jury.
Mr. Monroe, who purchased the
relinquishment of Mrs. J. W. Mc
Clure, has moved out from Bond nnd
Is busy getting his claim in shave.
Mr. Monroe has four children and his
wife with him.
Bert Mcoks nnd Thomas. Kwlng
nro In Bend for supplies.
The homes of Karl Itogers nnd
Theo Cook were broken open last
week and tools, clothing nnd bedding
taken. This Is nn occurrence that
happonB too often and tho thief or
thieves may have n chance to digest
n bullet or load of shot If they are
over caught In tho net. This Is tho
third tlmo within a ear that tho
houses have been robbed.
John Perry' Is drilling a well for
Mr. Brown on his homestead In
Jack Whlttnkor nnd Horace Brook
ings are still making hay, nnd when
they finish that will complete tho
harvest in this locality. Spring
crops woro bettor than fall sowing
A large number from Hampton
Butte attended a dance nt Murray
Smith's residence In Glass Butto
Valley last Saturday night. A lino
tlmo was reported by those present.
Miss Elvn McFadden. Miss Mary Mc-
Mullln. Miss Kva Michael. Mr. audi
Mrs. Bert Meeks nnd children, Mr.'
nnd Mrs. Charles W. Ashbaugh nnd I
son. Paul Brookings. Mr. Kldd. V.
P. Wray and Thoa. Kwlng nttended
from here, going .down with Mr.
Wray on tho "Fast Freight Truck."
(Special to The Bulletin)
DESCHUTES. Sept. 1C Alfred
Moore and party are back from their
hunting and huckleberry picking trip
to the mountains. They got no game
and but few berries, and had the
misfortune to lose a horse which got
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hurl In n wlro fence.
The public school started Monday
In the new building with 15 pupils
enrolled. Miss Leslie Is the tenchur.
Sunday school was held Sunday In
tho now school house for tho first
Andrew Bohrena Is harvesting his
wheat this week and has u lino crop,
Carl Leslie Is helping him.
I BEND R. F. D.
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(Special to The Bulletin)
HIiN'l) 11. l .. Sept. lfi.-r-Mrs.
Wm. HeyuoIdH hna returned from La
Ornudo where she had been visiting
her daughter who Uvea there.
Mrs. F. P. Itevuolds has rorelvod
word of the serious Illness or iier
mother at I .a Grande.
O. C. Cardwell recently lost a valu
The Young school oponml Tues
day, Soptomlier 9, with Miss Besse
M. King of Xcwhurg ns teacher. A
good attendance Is reported. Miss
King Is boarding nt W. G. Wnugh's.
(Special to The Bulletin)
MILLICAN'. Sopt. K.. William
Todd came out from Bend Sunday
and did some fencing on his claim
here nnd nlsn' llnlshed putting wire
around the Moffott orchard. He re-1
turned to Bond Tuesday.
P. It. Johnson and I. L. Owens
brought out two loads of building
material for the new school house.
Miss Brown, after spending several
dnya on her claim bore, loft for Bend
W. B. McAdow has plowed up con
siderable sagebrush the past month
on his claim.
A. A. Gllmqro Is quite seriously
111 at his home hore and lion been
confined to his bed for n week. Dr.
P. B. JOHNSON'S
Is the place to buy
the RIGHT KIND of
fJROCgRieS nt the
RiailT KIND of prices
Near 28 Mile Post
we have a
left. They are attractive lamps
and the prices are attractive, too.
With the new low priced Mazda
globes they will give you the best
reading light you can get.
New Mazda Prices:
, 40-Watt Lnnips 40c each,
00-Watt Lamps 50c each,
100-Watt Lamps 80c each,
Bend Water Light (Bb Power Co.
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11V lU'YING A MONTH'S SUPPLY
of (mon:uii:s at oni: timi: you
CAN' MAKI1 A COXNIIUUl.YBLi:
NAVlNd. NT. WILL AKSO (1IVK A
I'ltllMUM OF JSn (10LD COIN TO
TIIK PUIU'HAHKIl OF Tllli LAIUJ
KST KIXGI.K OHIlHIt KACII WHIIU.
1'IIIST PUKMIUM, SATUHDAY
NOOX, .HHPTKMHKH Utl.
ONK BLOCK HAST OF DNPOT.
Watch The Bulletin niitl mt who Mini
Coo came out from Bend Thursday
to attend him.
Mr. Ihiikor, who left for his vaca
tion a few mouths ago, tins again re
turned to his claim.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ileum rode through
to the east end of tho valley Tues
dn. returning home In the evening.
A. D. Norton Is busy putting up u
barn on his claim.
Mrs. A. A. Gllimirn linn rnlnml
soiuo very beautiful flowers, the first
grown In this valley. She had great
quantities of sweet pens, popples,
nasturtiums, mignonette and n num
ber of other varltles.
Mrs. II. C. Davis raised some
splendid cabbage In her garden here,
the heads nro of good she nnil very
solid, one of tho plants being re
markable In that It bears X bond.
Altogether she has nbout 50 heads
P. B. Johnson nnd James Bentson
went to town Thursday, returning
Thore Is somo talk of Barrett
coming in with his largo drill, a few
of the settlors considering having
him drill for them.
Mrs. P. B. Johnson vlsltml with
.Mrs. II. IS. Davis Sundaj.
George Mlllloau, who has been nt
Prlnevllle. returned home Friday.
Mrs. B. K. Davis and little daugh
ter visited with Mrs. W. B. McAdow
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
PLAINVIKW, Sopt. 15. Mr. Say
Icr nnd wife spoilt the afternoon at
Mr. Strahm'a Sunday.
Mrs. Crawford and daughters were
In Ijildlaw Sunday.
Kd St,rahm, Charles Powclson and
Fred Rublo loft Tuesday on a hunt-
(llanvc Htrnhm tipent Tucsdny and
Wednesday of Inst week at the Baylor
P. J. Young of Bond was over Inst
week looking nNor IiIh son's placo,
Rachel and Coiislnnco Knlolter
hncker and Boh Haymaker wore In
Ray Hammer and wife of Culver
are visiting lior parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Baylor nnd (Heaves
Htrnhm wore trading In Sisters Thurs
MIhm Lulu Montgomery of Pilne
vllle arrived hero Friday.
Mra. Knickerbocker, nnd sister,
Mrs. Canada, and Mrs. Hnylor spent
the afternoon at the Slrahm home
Constance nnd Rachel Knlnker
booker Gloaves Strahni and Hob Hay
maker spent tho afternoon nt Mis.
Mr. Knickerbocker and two daugh
ters, CoiiHtnuce and Rauhel, (1 leave
Strahni mid Boh Haymaker were In
ltd Strahm nnd Mr. Powolsnn re
turned home from their hunting dip
Holiday with n mutton.
1 (Special to The Bulletin)
POWKLL Bl'TTK. Sopt. 16. The
few frosts we have had bine about
finished the potatoes. The will soon
ripen now and then digging will com
mence. Nearly utery thing but it few oats
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Sept. 25 to Oct 10, 1913
to points on the
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Buffalo, N. Y 47.00
Cairo, HI 119.08
Clinrlouton, 8. 0 01.75
ChatanooKa, Tcnn. .. 48.40
ChlcaRO-, III, 38.00
Cincinnati, 0 4a. 85
Cluviilaud, 0 44.75
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Datrolt, Mich .', 43.50
DeuMolucH, la 32.81
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R. II. OnoZIBR. A. O. P. A. '
have been hnrveslmt ami tlirosiing
Is well under way. Although creim
nre nothing oxtrtt tills your nnnrlv
everyono Is miUIhIIpiI. Hiiiiih, (IH.,
over, woio disappointed. Among
these Miiiik Wlk'iixnii, who i'Mmh'IihI
his barley to go better than MO ImMiJ
els to the acre, and roll short by over
Mr. Unit relumed Sunday nUlii
from Pendleton whom he utlemtmi
the Roundup. Mrs. Hull, who went
with htm, iniuntnod for u short vlnli
School In the Rlmrock district
Just holow hero will atnrt Thursdas.
with Miss IMna Morse us teacher
Mlsa Viola Triiesdnlo returned
from Redmond Sunday evening hi,,,
ban been taking the I'laro of MUi
Austin In the phono oflleo while iU)
latter was In Taconia on lutr nin
Riiovos Wlli'oxon iiihiIo n luiHirWiu
trip In Redmond Tuesday.
Clark Mors made a trip lo lM
imiiid Monday for hog feed.
Klslor and I1miIh plan lo uiuM
n run In the Puwull Butte counir
with their ehop mill and wmd saw
us soon us threshing Is over.
t'AUD OF THANHS,
Wo wish to express our slm r
thanks to nil the volunteer with
aided In saving our store from II n
Friday night and whu assisted u ij
iiiovliiK our household goods. Wo
appreciate very much their bir.i
work In our behalf. 'JJft
N. P. SMITH AN'D FAMILY
Neat dance piigniniH nnil fancy
program pencil at The Bulletin, In
itny quantity (Icilml. ff
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IiHbvIIIo. Ky. 85
MoiniiblH, Tumi 42.00
Mllwaukoo, WIh. .,..,,, iltJ.70
MlnnonnolU, Minn 30.01)
Nmilivllln, Tonn ,,. 45.00
Now York. N. Y r.fi.OO
unmlm, Nobr. .,,,,,,,, Jlo.00
I'oorlu, III , , , 37.00
Phllndalphla, I'a 54.75
PIttiliur:, I'a, ,.,,,,,,. 47.00
fllclimond, Vn, ..,.,,., 54.7(5
flloux City, la. ,,,.,,,., 30.00
a Ht, LoiiIh, Mo, ,,,,,,,. 37.00
ni, I'nui, .Minn.
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