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nn.vn bulletin, mwn, our., Wednesday, march 11, ioi-i.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE. Mnroh 2.-
Wind nnd minshlno nro drying up tho
mud mid roads nro improving.
Mrs. Hnsstor. Miss Alice Brook
lna. Miss Mnry Stnuffcr and Fred
fitnufiar of Stauffer woro visiting nt
Horace Brookings' Saturday and Sun
itftrl. Rogers mid Mrs. M. V. Shop-
pnrd mado a business trip to Iliioli
Creek and Ftfo Inst week.
T. C. Kwlng was In Hampton on
James llrlokoy Sr. left last week
for Forost Grovo and Woodlmm to
Jesse Monroe la cutting poets (or
C. V. Aahlmugh. Tho latter Is ox-
ltocted homo soon.
lldwin Schroder and Kmll Carrot
took In tho dnnoo at lluck Crook on
Friday night and visited relatives
L. li. Kenno) and W. C. Spencor
on their way In from Hums be
came mired near Glass Butte and
had a hard tlmo getting through.
Jack Smith of Stauffer was buying
seed rye from Horace Urooklngs last
C. J. Stauffer loft for Bond Friday
for a load of supplies. Charles Da
vta left for a load or freight Mon
day. Itoy 'Fou la returned from Silver
Crook with a team of young mares
ho purchased recently. Ho will be
busy now breaking tho team.
T. C. Kwlng and Henry Menslor
have mado application to prove up
before Commissioner Fogg at Hamp
ton. A. T. Shaver has Just finished a
woll for Hook and Wells, going 172
feet and getting SS feet of water.
HAMPTON BUTTE. Fob. 26. -The
rabbit drlvo on tho 16th was not n
auocess. Thore woro SS settlors out
but only 16 rabbits wore killed.
Herman Miller. Paul Urooklngs
and T. C. Kwlng took In tho dance at
Stauffer the 21st and report n One
John Perry returned from Boud
Sunday, bringing in equipment for
hs well drill and new tools.
Rhna Stauffer of Stauffer has re-
mIvm! nn auiMlntment aa notary
nubile and also as U. S. commission
er. He has fixed up a very neat poat-
nOlee in connection with his rest
dence and expects to have a govern
ment route from Hampton osiauusn
T. C. Rwlnc caiiKht another bob-
rnt the oast week, Bobeats seem to
bo iilentlfwl In this locality. Coyote
in aim cattincs too numerou to
milt tho ownors of hens and other
A Innatine acont for a Russian ool
ony was here on a visit of Inspection
Roy Fouta bought a team from Mr.
Williams of Silver Creek.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
highland. March 2. Mrs. C
llnlsley Is spending a fow days at tho
home of Mrs. A. Martin.
W. Martin from Post. Ore., Is vls-
ltiN his parents for a few days.
The woll drill Is again busy at E.
Wilson's Koine. At tho prosent writ
ing It Is down 175 feet.
Mrs. A. CottingBam and Mrs. F.
Hamlin visited at Hold last Friday.
Mrs. Chas. Mills visited Mrs. Blroh
Mrs. B. Danlelaos visited Mrs.
Pete Stetson Friday.
O. Ilaebe spent the past week at
the Johnson ration.
(Spcolal to The Bulletin)
HELD, Maroh 2. Warren Llbby
paid a visit to the Highland store
Abner Martin returned home from
the Myers and Brown ranch on tho
Crooked river where he la working
this winter. He expects to start
Jack Rivers, proprietor of the
Highland store, Intends to go out to
work abut April 1.
Mr. artd Mrs. Walter Ransom and
Mtes Bertha Hanson made a trip to
the Highland store Thursday even
ing. A Valuable mure belonging to Mrs.
Frank L. IUmeay fell In a ditch and
died last week as a result.
Fred Lund and Frank Mlkula, who
are digging a well for F. L. Ram
say, nr down more than 60 feet.
nut have struck no water.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
IMPERIAL, Mareh 3. In order
that ll may he able to vote at the
primaries in May and at the general
election in the fall, everybody should
Imperial proelnct No. 46 la tho vot
ing nreelaet for all those living In
township 22, rangoa 17, 18, 19, 20
Sherman Montgomery Is midst rr
at Imperial, A. S. Fogg at Hampton
and V. Schroder at Rolyat.
Mrs. Robert C. Johnson has re
turned to Oklahoma to visit rela
tives. Mr. Johnson's Bon Soaburn
has arrived from Chicago and In
tends mine on a homestead.
Warren McConnell was in Bond
nftor n load of groceries a fow days
po. He reports the roads very mud
Ivan Knotts returned a fow days
ago from his ranoh near Bond, with
a load of bay. He intends to raise
more than ho will need on his ranch
bore this vqar.
A petltlonhas been circulated and
over 100 signatures secured asking
for a twlco a weok mall service. This
is badly needed.
Wnrl tinu lmnn started on the new
wu..i north (ram lmnnrlnl In connect
with tho old road near warm springs.
AlkM'i four miles has already been
oomiiletad. If all interested In this
OREGON NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS.
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road, which will shorten (ho dlstauco
to Held (where we got our mail) six
miles, will put In n couplo of daya
each on tho road It will soon bo com
pleted. A very onjoynblo danco was hold
at Volght's hall on tho night of the
16th. As It wnB a private affair tho
crowd was not large, but nil report a
It has boon uotod horo that tho
snow disappeared from two to threo
wcoks earlier from cleared ground
than from that nn wiiioh thoro Is
still sagebrush. Tho frost Is nbout
all out of tho ground and plowing Is
II. II. Parsons and wlfo hnvo re
turned to their homestead after a
live months loavj of absonco nt Van
IMPERIAL. March 1. Mr. Noaly
and wlfo loft for llond this week.
William Titus Is building n house
on his homestead which was hold as
a desert olajni by his brothor anlll
Tho temporaturo this winter has
gone bolow xoro only twlco.
Warren McConnell has boon get
ting up somo horses off tho range
and oxpects to break thorn In during
A crowd of young peoplo gathered
nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Knotts
Saturday and spout tho evening In
Mrs. Ring has gone to Portland
to resume her work as a weaver.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILL1CAN. March 1. A. A. all
more had a horse severely cut by
barbed wire recently. Tho snmo an
tmnl mot with n similar ncoldont last
B. E. Davis loft for Prlnovillo on
Clifford Roam drovo to Bond Fri
day to do somo shopping, nlso expect
ing to meet his sister, who Is coming
from tho East to visit with hor folks.
Tho Sku-Ke-Lcok Klub met with
Mrs. McNeal Saturday. Luncheon
was served by tho hostess. Tho Klub
will meet with Miss Auno Market on
tho 14 th.
The directors of school district No.
87 hold a meeting at Johnson's store
Mr. and Mrs. Ream are planning
to entertain their friends at a sup
per St. Patrick's night, the 17th.
Mr. Goodman and family are ox
pocted In from Portlnnd to tako up
residence on their claim, formerly
the Willis Noland homestead.
(Special to Tho Bond Bulletin.)
PINEHURST. March 8, 1014.
Mrs. F. V. Swisher wns a Laldlaw
vlsltor one day last weok.
Mrs. E. G. Dietrich spent ono day
last week with her parents.
L. II. Root and C. L. Johnson wont
to Bond one day last week.
G. W. Snydor was a Bond caller
Mr. D. W. Dietrich and wlfo woro
transacting business In Bond Satur
day. Mrs. Houghtllng wss a school vis
itor one day last week.
Mrs. Delia Nichols returned Fri
day night to her home here.
The Plalnview and Plnehurat Lit
erary Societies mot Saturday oven
Ing on the debate, "Resolved that li
quor causes more crime than money.''
The decision was In favor of the af
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jackson and
family and Chris Oaleburg went to
Reginald Bayley spent Saturday
night with Lester Snyder.
Miss Mary Dietrich visited with her
brothor and sister-in-law Sunday.
(Special to The Bond Bulletin.)
CLINK FALLS, March 10. It. M.
Bishop met with a serious aocldont
one day this week. Ills team ran
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CONSTANT SUPPLY OF
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CHECKS MAILED ON THE lHtli FOR PREVIOUS
WE HAVE 25 IMPORTED PERCHERON BELGIAN AND
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FROM 1800 TO A TON, WITH PLENTY OF BONE AND AC
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8. METS5 & SONS
40 to 3-1 lp Pendleton, Ore.
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away while hitched to tln-dlsk mid
ran Into n wlro fence, outtmn one
of the horses pretty Imdly . It wl'l
probably bo a month before tho horsb,
can bo used again mid tho disk was
Frank Uonlnvy has boon suffering
with n Initio foot for n tow iliiyH,
caused by ono of tho horses stopping
Mlssos Kllxabetli I.cdbettor and An
na Uonlnvy visited Miss Bntos' room
In the public school In ltcdmpnd last
P, F. I.odhotter has been nulK) 111
this past weok,
R. M. Bishop la employed on tho
Good Hopo ranch this week,
Mlssos Elisabeth Lodbottor mid
Anna Uonlnvy and Messrs, Robert
I.odhotter, John Uonlnvy, Leslie
Wright mid Irvln Rugga attended tho
ontortnlnmont nt Iho Redmond school
Iiouso Friday evening.
Mr. Lowrlo of Redmond linn rented
tho Frank White placo for tho com
ing yonr. Mr. While Intends to go
to Mcdford to look after his fruit
ranch for awhile.
l.lttlo Vera Beck with has been
quite 111 the last fow days.
(Special to Tho Bond Bulletin.)
CRKSCKNT. March 7 D. A. Jonos
and son, Paul, camo In from the
ranch west of Crescent Monday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith wero
out at tho Mayflold ranch Tliuradny.
Kddlo Santry mid Jimmy Morrison
returned to town Tuesday after
spending sovernl days at tho Snntry
II. O. Ice enmo In from Summit
Lake Mondav, making tho (rip by way
of Crosconl Lake and Iho Hov ranch.
He stopped n short time In Crescent
boforo going on to Fish Lake, nnd
roports a very unprofitable season of
trapping. In -returning to his trap
lino at Fish Lake, ho took out tho
mall for Sam Welch, the latter hav
ing been snowed In and unable to
come for his mall for four months.
Mr. Welch's ranch Is at Boavor
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FRUITS, HWI'UT .MEATS
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Mnrsh, !H miles south of Orescent,
but during tho wlutor tho roiul Is not
kept open, so travel la Imposslblo.
E, G. ltourk loft Saturday, Intend
ing to go to Klamath Falls, via
Tho Ladles Clvlo Club mot Friday
afternoon nt tho homo of Mrs. Wal
ter Smith. After tho IiusIiiosh ses
sion the club wns troatod to dullohms
refreshments by tho hostess,
(Speclnl to The Bulletin)
POWELL BUTTE, March O.Loo
Molilm shipped n car of hogs lo tho
Portland market Wednesday, Clarko
Morso accompanying thorn.
"Grandma" Soars wns 111 several
daya last weok,
Hooves Wlllcoxon has rented tho
John Rhode plnce of 80 noros nnd Is
busy getting ready to put In the
Miss Adn Morso has boon In Prlno
villo for tho pnst two weeka whoro
Stop the LossFires are
EAL ESTATE AND
't better enable us to find you buyers and
alio Is employed In tho olllco of tho
JCrook County Abstract Co.
N, P. Alloy, tl. L, llriixoo, Guy
Honrn and Mr, Lludqulst woro boforo
tho county court Wednesday and
Thursday In n road damago claim
brought by tho two former men.
Mrs. Pauls entertained tlui Horn
nls at an nil day meeting nt her homo
Wednesday. A largo nltoiidntico was
present nnd nn enjoyable tlmo had,
Following an excellent dinner In Iho
serving of which Mrs. Paula was as
sisted by her daughters, the tlmo waa
pnsMod nt fancy work and tho logular
Mrs. Will I niu Nanny of noschutos
visited Thutsday with Mrs. Allen
Wlllcoxon ami (ho two Imlloa made a
trip to Bond Friday,
Joo Elliott received word of tho
serious Illness of his mother hut
weok and Immediately left for Al
bany, Oregon, to bo nt hor bod side.
Loo RlgHS, a Hampton Undo far
mer pud brother, J, A. RIkks, visited
tho latter and numerous friends horo
tho latter part of Iho wookJ
Allen Wlllcoxon was n iiiislnen
visitor at Prlnovillo Wednesday nnd
Thursday, Alias Glady and llaiol
Bayu nccompnnled him homo fur n
few daya visit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mustard, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F, Rico, and Mr. nnd
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Mrs, W, (1, MuHtnrd woro ituoatH at
tho Commercial Club Immiuet nnd
hall nt Rodmoiid Wednesday evening
returning homo Thurmlay.
Miss Paulino Triiesdnlo nnd Mar
garet (loyor, two C, C. II. H. girls,
visited at (ho former's homo for the
week end, lottirulng (o Prlnovillo on
Mrs, ICtln Arnold nnd son L'rnost
nnd Mrs, Button of Bond, visited nt
(Continued on pago so von)
ONLY a FEW
of my prlcos, everything In
proportion, Dons It pay to
liiiul your groceries over 2K
miles nt rough, rocky road 7
Best cane sugar 14 lb lbs, $1
Blue Stem Hour, per Mil. $5
Good sun ttrlod peaches
13 lbs for $1
P. B. JOHNSON'S