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BEND BUI.TiRTIN, BRND, OIIK., WEDNESDAY, FKimTARY Ofl, 1M.
CRESCENT, Kelt. 21, A mooting
was hold Sntunlay ovcnlnK by tho
peoplo of Crescent nt which resolu
tions vroro passed nnd forwarded in
Congressman Slnnott, to hnvo tlo
land l tin Paullnn forest thrown
open for homesteaders. Tho reso
lutions passed were' mado on the
ground that many families wero at
tracted last rail by tho now that tho
land was recommonded for elimina
tion. It was thon supposed that tho
formal land opening would occur in
n fow wooks, but It has been ilclajod
nnd theso families have Incurred ox
ponsea of living during tho winter.
A committee of 12 also handed In n
roport, concernlnR tho character and
vxtcnt of the lands In tho Paulina
forest recommended for elimination.
It was pointed out that tho area In
the uppor Deschutes valley extends
from tho Crook county line, on tho
north to tho. Klamath Indian Reser
vation, a dlstanco of 2? miles, and
this area Is 35 miles In width; that
tho throo main forks of tho Deschutes
river have their head waters in this
area. Furthor, Ihorc aro several
lakes, together with Innumerable
spring, and pure well water may b
had In Inexhaustlblo quantities. In
three-fourths of tho district by digg
ing front fi to 30 feet. What Is not
meadow and open lands is covered
with a growth of lodge polo pine.
Tho Impracticability of throwing
optn tho area under the enlarged
homestoad act was widely pointed
out In view of theso resolutions,
it is expected that the land will bo
announced open for entry by tho
first of May.
A skiing trip of Interest was one
mado by Kddle Santry and Jimmy
Morrison last Sunday morning, when
they came- in from the Santrv ranch
by moonlight, a dlstanco of 17 miles.
In a UUlo over tour hours, starting
at 1 o'clock and getting Into Crescent
A very pleasant evening was spent
at tho homo of Elmer Tyler last Sat
urday, by a large number of Crescent
people. Cards and music wero the
diversions of tho evening, and deli
cious refreshments wero served by
E. G. Rourk left Tor Ilend Thurs
day, taking tho stage nut.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and son
Paul camo In from their ranch west
of town Monday. Thoy succeeded
in breaking trail after having been
snowed in slncd tho 17th of January.
Charlie Crubb. and Howard Ogle,
the timber men who are investigat
ing tho damage to the government
timber dono by the plno beetle. And
from tho latest reports that less tim
ber Is being destroyed by the pest
than was at flrstr thought.
Washington's birthday was con
momoratcd at school Friday by
Washington program, consisting of
songs, recitations and stories.
Mrs. Waller eltortalned a numbor
of guests at a dinner party Friday
evening in honor of her birthday, a
very pleasant evening following the
delicious dinner. Thoso present wen
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs, Itourk.
Alice Lund. Gladys and Margaret
Itourk, Fred La Folletto, Tom Ms
Cord, and Manard Smith.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E
Tyler died Thursday morning at tho
Tyler homo hero. Services were con
ducted Friday and Interment was
made at tbo Crescent Cemetery.
FREMONT. Feb. 20. The secre
tary of tho Lake Co., Anti-Rabbit A i
sodatlon has received a number of
reports on the results of 139 pounds
nf parts green recently distributed
liy that association, and with one or
two exceptions all roport it a failure.
Tho Fremont band reorganised th
othor night It s getting along bet
ter now. Mr. Everett has taken over
the business1 part himself.
Somo of tho band boys were in
vited out to the M. C. ranch to eat
dinner last Sunday.
A program for tho parents' and
teachers' meeting, to bo held at the
Fort Rock hall will be given Febru
ary 28th, beginning at 10 a. m.
LOST CREEK, Feb. 17. J. E.
Curran has returned to his claim here
after an absence of several weeks in
Mr. aud Mrs. Uasch arrived from
llend last week and expect to looato
on their claim In the hills In the near
lien Rhodes brought In lumber for
the erection of a new house.
Fred Overall went out to Mllllcan
to get a eow recently purchased by
J. IS. Curran has gone to Silver
Creek to Re( bis horses that he had
In najtturi lliore.
Tho Lost Creek Study Club gave a
Valentino party at the home of Mrs.
C. C. Washburn. The members and
their families and a few friends were
present aud all had a very enjoyable
IMPERIAL, Fob. 21. Several per
sons gathered at the dance held Mop
day evening after the rabbit drive
and danced until daybreak.
Mrs. Johnson started for Eufaula,
Oklahoma, this week to visit with
W. McConnell went to Rend aftor
freight last Wednesday.
Seaborn Johnson from Chicago
came hero last week to look Tor a
ho- estnad.IIe Is starting for Rend
in he morning to get his wife. They
will mako their home here for tho
W. R. Volght has been laid up with
rheumatism for the last two months.
Carl Fraas has come back to bavo
tmnrnvemftnifl done on his claim and
Is staying with K. Wenger until he
gets his house built.
A meeting of the tchool boara
held today, to hire a teaoher for tho
Clarence Nelson has built a house
on his fiii.lii.-'H olMm.
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
day with Huffman's team after a load
Van Lako hns u.oaoiI his home
stead shack awnj from tho new dwol
ling and Is now using It for a chlnKoii
house. A good sample of what should
bo going on hero In the way, of Im
provements In tho next few years.
Frank Cross wAs In llend last week
for a fow das. Ho Is staying with
R. L. llabcock keeping bachelor hall.
Titos. Hums traded horses with
Oscar Hill last week.
CLINK FA I. US.
CLINK FALLS, Fob. 23. Win
Glaypoola put In a crop of ryo for
11. F. Chnso last week.
G. Mullor was a dinner guest at
P. F. tadbetter's Sunday.
.loo Ruggs, who has spent tho past
fow months In tho Wtllamotto valley,
returned to his homo hero Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcsso Ucckwlth and
son Frank of Laldlaw, spent Satur
day and Sunday at tho homo of Harry
The Cllno Falls basketball team
was defeated by the Redmond team
Friday evening, tho score being 33
to 9, The home boys wero handicap
ped becnuso of lack of practice but
did better than they expectod to.
I. L. Harader and daughter. Resale,
nnd John and Anna Donlavy attend
ed the meeting of tho Farmers' Union
tn Redmond Saturday night. Miss
Harader gavo a very pleasing read
ing. Ellxabeth and Robert Ledbotter at
tended services Rt tho Rodmond Bap
tist church Sunday morning.
HELD, Fob. 17. The peoplo of
Hold are enjoying tho beautiful wea
ther we nro having now. If It keeps
up there won't bo vory much snow
in a week or so.
Martin Hallmeyor will leave for
Rend Monday, for a load of grocer
ies for tho Highland store.
Miss Rlancho Larklns gavo a party
Friday night, February 13. Every
one reports a good tlmo.
Mrs. M. Hnllmeyer nnd Mrs. J.
Rivers visited Mrs. F. L. Ramsay last
Some or the young peoplo belong
ing to the Sunday school aro getting
up n play to be given somo tlmo In
G. P. Davis will start Tor Rond
Monday to get a windmill for his
well, which was drilled last fall.
There will be a big rabbit drive
near hero soon.
A. II. Taylor came to his claim taut
week and has fitted his houso up com
fortable for his family to live in
this winter. .
Thcro Is quite a force at work on
F. L. Ramsay's homestoad. Frod
Lund and Chas. Gcnung are working
on the well nnd Mr. Mikilo Is cutting
George Reebe is spending his win
ter evenings by making a violin out
of dry Juniper.
Alec Rlckman Is busy digging a
well. He has John Holland helping
HAMPTON. Feb. 17. Tho bache
lors of tho valley gave a supper o
tho young ladles and married folks
last Wednesday night. A splendid
supper was prepared and sorved br
them. There were about 25 present
an all report a fine tlmo. Plans for
some kind of a lltorary society were
There was a large attendance at
the rabbit drive today, although' not
as many rabbits were caught as had
been expected, everyone seems to
think a profitable tlmo was spent.
Hampton school closes for the year
on Friday, tho 20th of February.
C. Sldwell, wife and little son, Mel
vln, of West Branch, Iowa, are vUP
Ing their uncle, A. S. Fogg, and fam
ily of Hampton.
Ruth Langford spent Saturday In
BRING YOUR CREAM
LARGEST nCYERfl IN CENTRAL OREGON
QUICK RETURNS OF EMPTY CANS
Ofllce on Wall Street,
CONSTANT SUPPLY OF
BUTTERMILK AND SWEET CREAM
CHECKS MAILED ON THE iflth FOR PREVIOUS
WE HAVE 2G IMPORTED PERCHERON BELGIAN AND
8HIRB 8TALWONB, TWO TO FOUR YEARS OLD, WEIGHING
FROM 1800 TO A TON, WITH PLENTY OF BONE AND AC
TION, THE GOOD RUGOED KIND, THE KIND THAT WILL
DO YOU -LOTS OF GOOD IF IN THE MARKET FOR A 8TAL
ION OF EITHER BREED, OR IF YOU HAVE AN AGED BTAL
ION OR GELDINO YOU WJSII TO TRADE IN WRITE US
YOUR WANTS, OR BETTER STIM ' OME AND SEE US.
8. MET7. & hoSH
i to 3-llp Pendleton, Oro.
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Hampton last week.
A, 8. -Fogg made n trip to Rund
Mr. Spurbcck and C. Kollnr nro
cutting somo posts this week.
Mrs. W. Harrison Btaved In Hainp
ton storo for Mr, Owen during tho
Loo Miller nnd family, !Loulo Mil
ler and wtto, Mr. Dunn and two
daughters, Hannah and Edith, spent
n social ovenlna- nt Mr. Zloroir s nnu
Whltakor'B Friday listening to their
Mr. nnd Miss Hunting, tho Har
risons. Macks. Foggs and Pecks, hud
a big fish supper at Mr. Mack's Inst
A very good sermon was preached
last Sunday. Tho topic was "Living
In Satan's Neighborhood." Sunday
school Is hold ovory 8unday at 10:30
with church Immediately following.
Darlo Rurton was tho eighth gradi
graduate from Hampton school this
LAIDLAW, Fob.'23 Mastor Lolgn
Ross was host to 10 llttlo frlom's
Wednesday afternoon, from 3 till 6
o'clock, tho occasion being his Cth
birthday. Mrs. C. E. Hewitt assisted
Mrs. Ross In entertaining tho little
Tho laldlaw Mblo School la pro
gressing nicely under the new super
intendent, Mrs. Dayton, A teacher's
training class Is being organised, also
a men's class. Tho piano payments
for February and March aro boln
raised by tho ladies giving "social
teas," which nro greatly enjoyed by
all. Mrs. Mtnta Howard and Mrs.
Dan Smith entertained tho ladles
Thursday p. m.. and Mrs. Drown will
have the noxt mooting.
PINEHURST. Feb. 22, Mr. E. O.
Dietrich rocontly purchased a new
Ji. II. Root and daughter, Mrs. C.
L. Johnson woro Rend callors ono day
G. W. Schnoldor went to LaldlaT
ono day last week.
D. W. Dietrich and family wero
transacting business In Ilend Satur
day. Mrs. Peterson was calling on Mrs.
F. V. Swisher ono day recently.
Mrs. Arthur Jackson and family
spent Sunday evening at tho homo of
G. W. Snyder.
C: 11. Spaugh and family nnd Mr.
It. A. Newcombc, spent Sunday nt
the Snyder homo.
Christen Poterson nnd wife woro
Rend visitors ono day last week.
Joslo Johnson spent Friday nlgiit
with tho Spaugh girls.
Ethel Snyder was absent from
school Inst week.
A surprise party was given at tho
homo of C. II. Spaugh on Friday
night. Quito a number of guosut
were presont and report a good tlmo.
Little Freda Jaeger was a school
visitor a couple of days last week.
Mrs. I. E. Wlmer aailod on Mr.
Jaeger at Camp No. 4 Thursday af
ternoon. Ray Root was a caller at tho Ray
ley ranch Saturday evening.
D. Y. Couch went to Rond ono day
Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Couch has been soriously 111.
Frank Swisher hns been on the
sick list for the last week.
Tho Plalnvlow and Plnohurst llt
orary societies will meet at the Pine
hurst school houso on March 7th.
on the debate: "Resolved, that whis
key causes more crlmo than money. '
Everyone Is cordially Invited to at
tend. The pantomime given at the
school house Saturday night was u
decided success and was thoroughly
onjoyed by all.
PLAINVIEW. F e b. 2 1. J o h q
Strahm and wife and Miss Montgom
ery spent the evening at tho home of
C. II. ChaRan Saturday.
Dart Nichols, formerly of this placo
In Building Where
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linn retumod to his homo nenr iLnld
law after a nuvornl month'n stny n
8poknuo. HIh wife nnd children ex
pect to Join him In about three weeks,
Jnck Rlohnrds and wlto nnd llttlo
son expect to lonvo Thursday for Ar
lington. A farewell surprlso party
was given them Saturday night nt tho
home of Will Lovurontx. Tho main
feature of tho evening wero games
and music, ntter which n delightful
lunch- was sorvod. All dnpnrtod nt
a lato hour wishing Mr, nnd Mrs,
Richards tho best of luck on their
Myrtlo Scogglnn wont to llend
Tuesday whore- she will stay for
soinu tlmo taking troatmentn.
Mrs. Knickerbocker nnd Mrs.
Strnhm nnd families ontortnlnod n
number of friends Sunday evening
for dinner nt the Strnhm home, Thoso
presont wore. Mr. Geo. McCnllUter
nnd ramlly, Hnxol Wlncklo, Vnl Fu
sett, Roy McCnlllstur and Glliet
Mrs. Crawford called nt the Pagn
Stop the LossPires are
BEND PARK COMPANY
REAL ESTATE AND
homo Sunday afternoon.
Caroline Shotwull of Laldlaw spent
tho first part of tho week at tho
Ouluir to tho preps of county
news, It was ueewsary to mult
tirvnt ileal of excellent corres
pondeneo, hlcli will appear
DESCHUTES FOREST GETS $7H0
WASHINGTON, I). 0., The ngil
culturnl appropriation bill carries a
total appropriation of Jfi.r.OO.OO for
the forest service, with 1101,300 of
this allotted to Oregon. The l)o.i
chutes forest gets $7(180, tho Paulina
$7330, the Ochoco $8000.
COST OF FOREST PROTECTION.
The rest of forest lire protection lu
Crook county last year was $107.
The statu forester spout a total f
$10,802.01 for the entlro state, or
whtah thu counties nro required to
pay ono-thtrd. For this county l
amounts to $107, which has not yet
been puld, according to reports from
the statu treasurer's oillco.
Harness aud hntuess sundries,
Skuso llardwnni Company, Adv.
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FLAGRATION. RRICK BUILDINGS NEVEIl BURN, ALTHOUGH THEY ARE SOME
TIMES INJURED BY FALLING TIMBERS OR COMBUSTIBLE INTEIUOR
A BRICK BUILDNG IS ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF IF Willi: GLASS
IS USED IN THE WINDOWS AND IF BURNED CLAY FLOORS ARE
AN INTERIOR FIRE IN SUCH A BUtLDINO IS CONFINED TO THE
ROOM IN WHICH IT ORIGINATES; NO OUTSIDE FIIUJ CAN ATTACK
THE PROPORTION OF BURNED CLAY IN BUILDING CONSTRUC
TION MEASURES ITS FIRE PROOF QUALITIES.
BURNED CI.AY IS THE ONLY BUILDING MATERIAL THAT HAS
BEEN THROUGH THE FIRE BEFORE YOU GET IT. IN SUCH A MAN
NER THAT IT WILL RESIST FIRE. ALL COMBUSTIBLE MATIIItlAL
IS BURNED OUT OF THE BRICK BEFORE YOU OUT IT.
WHEN YOU BUILD USE MUCK.
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Estate offerings are
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only World Known Companies writing
Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Automo
bile, Plate Glass and Fidelity Insurance
and Bonds. "IT IS BETTER TO BE
---SAFE THAN SORRY." .
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WITH US. Our outside offices and connections
better enable us to find you buyers nnd tenants. f
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I, O, O. F, NOTICE,
Members of the order nil loi' on
nnd itoHrmts nro ruquestod to tn,.it ,
In Bather's Hull Hiuui.iy ovonliut nt
7 o'clock to ntlmid tho npoolnl or
vices nt tho Presbyterian church nt '
7:30. Rev. (I, W. Wllltlns will
pronch on Odd Fellowship, nnd thu
Konowtl public Is Invited to hour
M, A. PALMEIt. N. O.
l N. HOFFMAN, V. 0.
ONLY a FEW
of my prices, everything In
proportion. Does It pay to-,
haul our grocorles over 28p
miles of rough, rocky ronilT
Host enno sugar 11 Mi lbs. $1
llluo Stunt Dour, por lib!. $5
Good sun dried peaches
13 lbs for $1
P. B. JOHNSON'S
Ml LI.I CAN,
Ivan Kuotts went to nend yostor-