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11KN1) IlUIitiKTINT, IJHNn, OUR., WHItXFHDAY, JANI'AUY T, IDt I.
CUKSCBNT, Jan. 3. Frnnk Hnm
iter wbb In from his ranch near Crca
..cont Thursday. Mlsa Zon Softar, who
has been spending tho holldnya nt
tho Itamnor ranch, returned with
D, A. Jonoa nnd family camo Jn
from tholr ranch Wodncadny, return
Sumnor Huston of itobcrts. oro..
Svaa' In Crescent this week for his
Oiorso loft horo last summer.
In a lottor recolved by F. M.
Cleaves from O. W. Anderson, a for
mer resident of Crescent and proprie
tor of tho Crejcont Drug Co., Mr. An
derson says no la snipping a car to
Uend preparatory to his early return
to Crescent. Mr. Andorson nnd fam
ily loft Crescent etptctlng to romaln
nt their ranch at Wlsson, Wash., dur
ing tho winter, hut tho low altltudo
did not prove a3 favorahlo to Mr.
Anderson's health as tho Croscont air.
The cause of the destruction of so
much valuable Urn bar Is being Inves
tigated In tho forests near Crescent.
Mcaars. Oglo and Orubb, working un
der tho Tlmbor association, have
found that largo patches of yellow
pine arts being destroyed by a small
worm, working under tho bark of tho
tree, a small chip of n diseased treo
revealing a netwark of tiny canals
made by tho pest. Oglo and Qrubb
will continue their Investigations dur
ing tho winter, making their houd
quarter! In Crescent.
Croscont observed the arrival nt
the Now Year hy a party at tho homo
of Mrs. Haiel Smith, Wednesday
evening. Cards were tho early di
version of tho evening and later a de
licious orator supper was served by
the Ladles' Clvlo Club. At 12 ociock
guns wore fired and tho Now Year
was ushered in with nlenty of noise.
the guests leaving at an early hour
of 1914. Messrs. and Mosdsmca Jones
Rourk. Cleaves, Smith and Davis.
Misses X.und, Gladys and Margaret
nourk. Messrs. Street, Ray Davis.
Tom McCord. Msnard Smith and Paul
Jones were the guests.
Fred I.afollettc. former editor of
tho La fine intermouniain, is spend
ing tho week at La Pino as tho guest
of Alfred Aya.
Tho Ladles' Civic Club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. El
mer Tyler. After tho business on
hand was dlspo3ed of a delicious
lunch was served by tho hostess. Tho
Tioxt meeting will bo with Mr. F. M.
Cleaves, January 9.
.LOST ortBEK. Dec. 29. Mr. Jor
dan of Uend was tho guest of his
friond, C. J. Stauffor tor'soveral days
Mrs. Hauler was on the slek list
several days the past week.
Tho Christmas entertainment nt
the sohool house on Chrlstrans eve
was enJod by nearly tho whole val
ley. Miss Brookings is to be compli
mented on tho program rendered.
Messrs Rhodes and Whiteside wero
business visitors at Silver Creek last
Our school Is In session again af
ter a week's vacation.
Mrs. Overall has been confined to
her home for several days, by an at
tack or rheumatism.
8. AY". Host hauled hay from Sllvor
Creek the past week.
10. O. Ashley came In from Port
land to spend the holidays with hta
-Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely. Tho following are tho offi
cers for tho ensuing year: superinten
dent, Mrs. Ashbr; assistant super
intendent, Mrs. Host: secretary Miss
Mary Stauffer: treasurer. Mrs. llass
ler; chorister. Mrs. Hubbard.
IMNHltUHST, Jan. 2. Mrs
tten Puterson eslled on Mrs.
Three now scholars havo enrolled
In Mh 00 1 In the past wcok.
K. V. Swisher went to Uend Satur
day. A watoh party was given In
ttve. A large orpwd was In atten
dance. Dancing and games wore tho
chief amusements of the evening. A
Spleadld time was reported by all.
Sirs. C. L. Johnson spent Sunday
afternoon with her sister, Miss Edna
A largo crowd attended tho church
services held by A. O. Walker at
(be school house on last Sunday.
A surprise party was given at the
pome of Mr. and Mrs. McAHster
Saturday evening In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Montuel.
O. W. SnyUer was a Laidlaw cal
ler qno day .last week.
Miss Katie Peterson left the 28th
Miss Ruth Hayley called at tho
Snyder home Sunday.
'iin. Arthur Jackson and tho Hay-lay-
children spent New Year's day
with Mrs. Drown.
Ethel Soydec and sister spent Sun
day at tho 8wisher home.
Mr. Jesse Root, who has been
spending his vacation with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Root, left
Tuesday evening for Prescott, Wash.
.'ji. PLAINVIHW. Jan. 5 Chas. Pow-
si?on was m Sisters Sunday.
! lyrA few friends of Mr. Chas. Powel
iwn gave him a little surprise New
Xear'8 eve. The evening was spent
Tarjr pleasantly und refreshments
Sera sorvod of cake and sandwiches.
K Those present wero Mr. and Mrs.
1P" DpwiiIb. Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Ruble. Mrs. Nlta Caprln. Ed Spoo,
Anthony Itoach, and M. Btrahm and
Kd and Gleavos Strahm.
:, An exceptionally good program was
rendered at the Literary Club Friday
.tjiTRlit. New officers wero elected as
ICd Mills, president; Mr.
vice-president; Miss Mont
gomery, secretary ana treasurer,
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Fay and George Adams and Nells
Peterson spent Sundny evening at
MILLICAN. Jan 4. Owing to tho
Inclement weather and tho illness of
ftgveral memuers ot tne BKu-ne-ieeK
TjSlViio meeting was' held at Mrs.
kjjcy Klgor'a as scheduled for Janu
ary 3rd, .
L. P. Rooney was a Bond caller
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
Several of tho homcatoaders in tho
valloy are busy digging cisterns,
omng them being W. u. McAdow,,
A. A. Oil mora, A. D. Norton, L.
Mrs. A. A. Otlmoro rxpects to go
to Uend Monday for a day's chopping.
Mr. and Mrs, W. II. McAdow
roro callora nt tho u. K. Davie homo
Mr. and Mrs. Norton spent Sun
day nt tho W. II. Klgor homo.
School commences Monday aflor n
week's Christmas vacation.
Misses Auno nnd Gertrude Mnrkol
camo out to their homostends, nfter
apondtng tho holidays In uend with
P. II. Johnson wont to Uend Fri
day, returning Sunday with supplies
for tho rondhouso horo.
Tho Dally brothers wto,ltvo about
15 miles from horo on Uio Prlnevlllo
road visited nt Mllllcan Inn last
week. Tholr father worked for Mr.
Mllllcan some years ago.
CLIXE FALLS, Jan. B. Drydon
Ronnals Is aurvoylng on the J. W.
Wright homestead so that a pumping
plant for Irrigation purposes may bo
established. Mr. Wright now owns
about 600 acres of land In ono body
nnd la planning on getting It all un
dor cultivation In a short time.
Wood and Kronen, Prlnovtlle shoop
men, uro feeding about 200 head of
their flock a mllo north of tho Falls.
They purchased feed tor tho animals
from Mr. Wright.
Anna and John Donlavy attended
tho meeting ot the Young Peoplo'a
class for organization at the Red
mond Baptist church last Friday af
ternoon. Mr. Rhodes and family aro moving
to tho Bancroft place, which Is north
ot tho Prlakctt place. Wo aro sorry
to loose so good a neighbor, tho
young people will especially bo miss
ed. R. M. Bishop has been working
for J. W. Wright tho last wook.
Anna and John Donlavy rpont a
very pleasant tlmo as guests of Geo.
Truesdalo and family of Powell Butto
over Now Yoars. Now Years' oven
Ing Mrs. Truesdalo ontertndned a
number of Powell Butto young people
in honor of her guosta. This was
greatly enjoyed by tho Donlavya as
it gave them an opportunity ot meet
ing some very delightful young peo
ple. Mr. Ledbetter, the recent purchas
er of tho Bcckwlth Bros.' place, has
been moving his household goods and
furniture out to his placo this past
week. Mr. Ledbetter oxpecta his
father, mother and slstar from Neva
da to Join him hero in about a month.
Mr. Muller came up from Portland
last week and Is ready to tako chargo
of his place at tho four corners which
has been occumou uy mo uuouua
family for no mo time.
Tho homo of Harry iieoKwun was
tho scene of a Jolly New Year's din-'
ner In honor of S. A. Pratt of Spo
kane. Those present wero: Mr. and,
Mrs. Ogg and son. E. W. Pratt, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Bcckwlth-and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Mohler and daught
ers and Harry Bcckwlth and family
POWELL BUTTE, Jan. C Mr. and
Mrs. A. 8. Humphrey and niece, who
have been vlslttng bore for tho past
month, left Wednesday for tholr old
Pilot Butte Grocery
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Mrs. Ouy Soars entertained a largo
party ot young folks Tuesday ovonlng
In honor ot her daughter, Mlsa Orsa
who was homo tor tho holiday vaca
tion. Invltod for tho occasion worn
about 20 young people, members of
tho Uedmoml Y. P. C, A., also n
numbor ot locnl friends ot the popu
lar lady. Elaborate refreshments
wero sorvod, following an cnjoynblo
ovonlng dovoted to games, etc.
N. 11, Golden sold his flno 120
aero farm last week to Mr. Monro.
ot South Carolina, who, together with
his wlfo and family will take posses
sion immediately. Tho many friends
ot Mr. and Mrs. Golden will much
regret their Intention ot leaving this
section. It Is understood that Mr.
Mooro Intends buying some 20 cows
nnd will convort tho placo Into a
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hall, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon, Miss Inn
Roo. Iteovcs Wlllcoxon, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. llayn, and daughters, Gladys
and Unreel, J. A. lllgga. "Bill"
Brown, Geo. Hobbs and Clarko Morso
were Powoll Butto dancers In atten
dance at tho Now Year's ball In Red
mond Wednesdny ovonlng.
N. II. Golden nindo a business trip
to Doschutoa Wednesday, returning
homo on Thursday.
John Donlavy nnd sister. Miss An
na of Cllne Falls, wore guests at tho
Truesdalo homo Thursday, returning
to tholr homo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Alloy enter
tained at dinner New Yoar'a day.
Tholr guests wore Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
F. Rico, and Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Goo. Hobbs spent tho greater part
of tho past week In Redmond sort
E. L. Ivorson has boon nulte 111
tho post woek with rhoumatlsm.
Misses Paulino and Viola Trues
dalo entertained a party of young
people Thursday evening In honor of
Miss Anna Donlavy. Various games
together with vocal and Instrumen
tal music, composed tho evening's on-
tortalnment, at tne conclusion or
which light refreshments were serv
A Now Years dlnnor was the con-
tor of attraction at the Wallnce Smith
homo Thursday. Besides tho family
thoso present were Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Van Dorcn nnd son Raymond.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chapman and
family. Mrs. Ida Mono nnd daugh
ters Ednn and Ada, Miss Lucy Pooro
and Clarko Morse.
A four-horse team to n-largo wagon
made tho rounds of tho neighborhood
Krldav evening gathering up folks
to take 1 art In a charivari of tho
newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bus-
sott. who returned from tholr nunev
moon Wednesday. Tho crowd that
stormed the'r castlo later In tho ovon
lng was eomnoaed of men. women and
, boys and girls, who, armed with tin
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pans and cow bolls, mndo night hid
eous tor tho nenr-hy Inhabitants, as
wol! an rudoly awakening tholr vic
tims to the consciousness of n wont
orn law which, although unwritten,
Is most generously enforced novnr-tho-lcsa
and Is to tho effect that whon
folka get married folkn must treat.
Aflor escorting tho groom to tho near
by store of his fnthor-tn-law, E. L,
Johnson, whom ho purchased 11 gen
erous supply of cigars anil candles,
tho crowd ato nnd smnkod In the fu
ture happiness of this popular young
Mlsa Viola Truesdalo vlnlknl In
Hodmund Friday nnd Saturday, tho
guest ot Mrs. Ivy Laudorlmck.
J. L. Qlbson recolved tho sad In
tolllRonco of his mother's death Hit
urday. Thu uows camo aa n shock
th Mr, Gibson, who had not heard of
her Illness. Tho estlmnblo lady hav
ing visited horo on two occasions Is
romombored by a largo circle of an operation for appendicitis, will ho
frlonds who will regret to henrnf horl ilollghtod to hoar or her rapid reefv
death, which followed a brief III- cry, as reported by Dr. Ilosch of Hod
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nous, while alio was paying n visit to n
fostnr son In Jopllu, Mo,
Mrs, Allou Wlllcoxon ontortntnod
11 numbor of nulghborn and frlmida nt
Ijor homo Saturday ovonlng In honor
of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs, lloo,
nnd nlntar, Miss lun Itnn, who nro
hor liou.10 guvnta, Tho ovonlng win
plonsnutly passed nt cards and iiuislo
niter which delightful rofroshinntiU
wuro sorvod. Thu honor guesU hav
ing vlsltod hero on previous occas
ion worn known to n majority of tho
guosta, who wuro delighted lo ro
now n ploasnnt ncminlntaiicn.
Mlsa Mnhoi Hnilth, tho popular
teacher nt tho Wilson school, return
ed Sunday from Lninontn whom nlin
M'out a pleasant vncntlutt with homo
Mm. Ouy Boare wan a Prlnevlllo
visitor Sundny, so also wore Men.
dnmea Bookman and Trtiosdalo.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I). Mustard vln
Hod Sunday nt tlio Cross homo wont
I)r llhodomover of Jfodmond was
n profoiniunnl visitor In tlioao parts
It 1: wook.
Tho many friends of Miss Josslo
Hkoln, who Is In Portland, whoro shti
wont for tho purpose or tgiiiorgoiug
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Riverside Addition -l
First Addition to Bend Park
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