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BEND BULLETIN, I1END, OllK., liDNKSIlAY, MAltCII 83, 1011.
(Spcclnl to Tho Bullotln)
ORESCENT, Mnroh 21, Goorso
Mnynehl, a wealthy rnnohor of this
illstrlot, who hns spout tho winter at
Fort Hock, wna nt lila ranch Sunday
nnd Monday, looking nftor cnttlo In
F. C. RoRan, of Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, was In Crescent tho past
weok. Ho spoko of the groat Intor
ost that la manifested In that section
of Oklahoma, In tho land opentnR of
tho Deschutes nnd Paulina forests,
nnd predicts a rush of settlors. It
Is probablo. from tho reports that
liavo coino in, that thcro will bo flvo
applicants for every quarter section.
Oelbert Sly of La Pino has been
driving stago for Carrier Streot, be
tween La Pino and Crescent tho past
Tom Jolly camo In on tho La Pino
ctr.Re Monday and Is registered at
tho CresconU Ho is editor of tho
Silver Lake Leader and is In Crescent
on a visit.
Karl Austin of tho forest service,
nnd D. 0. Stevens, went to Dond
Monday In Mr. Austin's car. Ho re
turned Wednesday, accompanied by
Supervisor '.Merrltt, of tho Bond for
estry service, the latter returning
H. 0. Ico camo down from his trap
lino at Summit Lake, and stopped In
Crescent Tuesday on his way to Dond.
Hans Zimmerman, who has put in
a season of successful trapping near
Crescent, returned to town Tuesday.
A St. Patrlok's party was enjoyed
by a largo number of guests nt tho
home of Mrs. E. A. Sogar Tuesday
evening. Cards and a numbor of
games appropriate to tho occasion
were tho diversions and n dollclous
midnight luncheon was served.
Among tho out of town guests wore
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamner.
A. Oldonberg. accompanied by M.
Johnson camo in from Uend Thurs
day, on his way to Odell Lake whoro
he has charge of tho fish hatchery.
At Crescent ho was Joined by Tom
McCord who will work with Olden
h'org. Tho party bought supplies In
Crescent and wero takon as far as
the Jones ranch ten miles west of
town by Walter Smith. From thero
on they will make tho Journey on foot
nnd pull the provisions on hand sleds.
Jimmy Morrison, formerly cook nt
tho Hotel Crescent, has accepted o
vlmllar position at tho La Pino Hotel,
lie went down the first of tho weok.
Wanda Stovons, tho two yoar o'd
(aughter of H. O. Stevons of. this
city, fell from a high chair last Tues
day. In such a way as to splinter tho
bones In her right wrist. Tho injury
was very painful, hut It Is thought
that with careful treatment. It will
Pearl Lyhos was In from his ranch
The Ladles Civic Club was oner
talned Friday by Mrs. D. A. Jones,
nsslitea by Mrs. Walter Smith, at
tho La Folletto residence. Thu semi
annual election of officers wus held,
with tho following results:
President. Mrs. D. A. Jones; vlco
president. Mrs. F. M. Clleaves; sec
rotary, Mrs. Walter Smith; treasur
er, Alice M. Lund. After tho busi
ness session, delicious refreshments
were served and tho meeting ad
journed. The next meeting will bo
with Mrs. F. M. Cleaves.
Tho first out of town machlno fit
the sasen put in its appearance Fri
day evening. It was driven by It. P.
SchniMr. proprietor of the Redmond
Hotel. The large machine Is one of
the new Case models and an excep
tionally lino car. Mr. Schmeer Is
demonstrating this make of automo
bile. The other occupants wero Fred
Richards, traveling for the Tllum-auer-Prank
Co. of Portland, nnd
Frank Rose, of Seattle. Tho latter
Is here to regain his health, and he
spoke of tho noticeable Improvement
bIbco coming to the higher altitude.
Mr. Roso will spend the summer at
the Iioy ranch west of Crescent.
(Special to The Bulletin)
STAUPPER. March 1C The frost
Is all out of the ground and tho far
mers of this llttlo valley aro all busy
Mr. DeWItt reeently dug a well on
his homestead- eight feet deep and
has two feot of water.
Den Rhoeds and Geo. Meer have
been working for the Drown Bros,
the past two weeks.
ChHB. Stautfer has returned from a
trip to Bend and report tho roads
Fred Overall has osUbllshod resi
dence on his homestead and says he
oxpeets to clear thirty acres this
Mr. Harris built a new horse cor
ral this weok.
A meeting was held last Sunday
to organize a base ball team, but as
It was not generally understood, only
a few turned out.
The dance at Stauffer Saturday
night was said by. all to be tho lst
of the Mason. A four bone load
came over from Butte.
Tom Bwlng and Prof. Miller Walk
ed vr from Brooking for the daneo.
The I-flmax brothers from Texas
were In tho valley last weok looking
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HIGHLAND, March 10. Mr, and
Mrs. Fred Hanlln and daughter Lil
ian spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
u. W. Palmor.
Mrs. M. Hallmeyer vlstted Mrs. J.
Mrs. J.' B. Rivera visited at Held
M. P. Nlelson returned Sunday
morning from Bend.
John Schmeer loft for Portland
Saturday where he will spend a week
or 10 days.
M. Pearson will erturn this week
to spend the summer with his dau
ghter, Mrs. Danlolsou. Ho has been
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
in California tho past four months.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wlntora visited
Mr. nnd Mrs. Coming Friday.
(Spcclnl to Tho Uullotln)
HELD, Mnroh IB. Martin Hall
moyor loft for Bond this morning.
Ho expects to bo back Wodnosdny.
Warren Llbby will mnko a trip to
Prlnovlllo this week for sood grn(n.
Peter Nlelson loft hero for Bond
last Tuesdny and returned Saturday,
March 14, with n lond of goods.
John Sohmoor of Highland, Ore
gon, started for Portland last weok
to bring back, It Is reported, a blood
Mrs. C. A. Balsloy visited Mrs. C.
Tho snow him nil gono oxcopt on
tho north slopes nnd seeding has be
gun. Wnrron Llbby Is breaking In n very
nlco Iron gray horso tls week.
Mr. Daniel Reynolds visited Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. Evans Sunday afternoon.
(Spoctal to Tho Uullotln)
MILLICAN, March 18. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ream entertained their friends
with n dnnco nnd oyster supper St.
William Ream Is plowing for L.
P. Rooncy. Mr. Roonoy Intonds to
clear about 10 acres.
Superintendent Myers visited our
school Wednesday forenoon.
Mrs. Ed Koppcr Is visiting rela
tives in tho valley.
W. B. McAdow has started to cloar
about 20 acres moro of his claim.
When this plcco Is finished ho will
have about Go acres of his homestead
Mrs. Mary Roonoy spent Sundny
afternoon at tho B. E. Davis homo.
Mrs. L. P. Rooncy and Miss Annlo
Rooncy visited with Mrs. Davis Sat
urday. Mrs. P. B. Johnson spent Sunday
afternoon at tho Thos. Moffett homo.
Thoa. Moffett Is busy clearing an
other large plcco of sagebrush.
I P. Roonoy and J. L. Davis will
leave for Prlncvlllo In a few days.
Tho Sku-Ko-Leek Kluh mot nt
"Mount Pino Inn" March nth. Agrl
eulturo by Annlo Markol was tho
topic for tho afternoon. Owing to tho
absenco of Miss Mnrkel, Mrs. John
son entertained tho club. Refresh
ments wore served. Tho meeting ad
journed at 4 p. m. to raeot with Mrs.
William Reams March 28th.
Tho guests at Central Houso for
tho weok wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. Carno
berry and son, R. C. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Oleo Carson and daughter,
Imperial. Fred B. Reagon of Tex
as, C. B. Lomax, Atnarllla. Tox., and
C. V. Lomax of Amarlllo, W. It. Wil
liams, Lost Valley, Oregon, M. F.
Kossowltz, Albert Mlchards, and V.
VIccJavlty, Bend, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
son, Chicago, III., .Mrs. Carrlo Plum
ley. Bond, J. S. Sande. Imperial. D.
P. Boono. Held, Z6. Barrett, Bend,
Mr. Lambargar and son Bend.
Mrs. Louis Gloss loft for Bend on
Miss Stoner Is visiting friends In
Louis Hall and I. L. Owen wore
Bend callers tho fore part of tho
Farmers ! !
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(Spcclnl to Tho Uullotln)
UMDLAW, March 32. Mrs. Hall
tho "Rtvorsldo Inn' hns lieon on
the sick list for somo ,Htni but Is on
the road to recovery,
Tho "modlclno show" proved n
groat success In this vicinity, draw
ing largo crowds from In nnd about
town. "Hilly" Thorp won tho prlo
ns tho homlloRt mnu, but wo don't
think ho inorlta It, any moro than
Mrs. Hanson does for tho lady wear
ing tho "ahoo of No. U." "Polo"
Bcnsloy Is tho "most popular bach
olor," and Oakvs Wnllnco tho lucky
follow who drow tho diamond, and
ovoryono Is using "llttx soap."
Two of tho Dlobllng's children nro
sick with tho moaslos, also two of tho
School Is In session ngntn this weok
nftor n vacation of a week on ac
count of the monsles.
Reports from Portland say that
Mrs. Mock Is rapidly Improving nnd
will return homo nbout iWstor tlmo.
Mrs, Palntor hns had chnrgo of tho
Rlvorsldo Inn, slnco Mrs. Hull has
Mr. and Mrs. John Wlmor nro In
tholr now homo, enjoying "modern
conveniences" so rnro In this vicin
ity. Tho now tennis court Is progress
ing rapidly and will soon bo tho bcoiio
of somo lively gnmos.
Tho Lnldlaw Sunday sohool Is pro
paring an Hastor program, with apo
Mrs. Rogers hns been nulto sick
for nbout a weok, but Is reportod bet
tor. Mr. Lemon Is going Into tho poul
try business In earnest, nlrondy hav
ing about 200 young chicks, nnd a
250 egg Incubator about to hatch.
(Special to Tho Uullotln)
PLAIN VIEW, March 23. M. W.
Knickerbocker was transacting busi
ness In Redmond Monday.
Missis Bortlm Gibson, Rnohol and
Constance Knickerbocker, Gloavea
Strahm and Paul Scogglns, Roy Mo
Calllster and Johnny Loltchonstoln.
spent tho ovenlng at Pulllams Tues
day In honor of James Pulllam's
Hazel Wlncklo Is visiting with Dan
Wlncklo and wlfo.
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Nichols spent
Sunday at tho homo of W. F. Lovor
cntz. A numbor of peoplo or this com
munity attended tho show In Iald
law Friday night.
Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Levoronti
wero trading In Lnldlaw Saturday.
Tho Plalnvlow Literary Society had
tholr last meeting of the season Sat
urday night. The following program
was rendered: Dialog by Mr. Donn
von and Howard Glllott, recitation
Prineville, Oregon t
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by Mr. Dotmvoii, dialog, "A Rod Hot
MoHHngo," by Roy McCalllator nnd
John Loltchonstoln, rocltntlon "Nig
ger Unity," by Constance Kulckor
bockor, recitation by Gilbert Edging
ton, dlnlog, "Mr. Poppor'n Gont," by
James Pulllam, Glenvos Strnhm and
Hnohol Knickerbocker, song by Gll
lott family. Refreshments wuru
served nnd tho.ro wns n largo num
ber In nttfltulnnco,
Caroline Shotwoll of Lnldlaw spoiU
several days of this weok nt tho
PINHHUR8T, Mnrch 83, County
road supervisor L, II. Root has boon
employed working on the road be
tween hero nnd town, tunny Improve
ments being mailo.
Mrs. L. II. Root nnd dnuuhtor, Mrs.
C. L. Johnson wero callers tit Cnmp
No. 4 on Tuesday.
Mrs. Arthur Jackson was a Lnld
law visitor una day Inst weok.
Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs, Bradley of
Stop the LossFires are
Mrs, F. V. Swisher wax calling on
friends nt Camp No. 5 Hnturduy.
Mrs. (1. W, Hnydor spent Friday nt
Ruth mid Llol Lymko onlered
uchool Monday making mi enroll
ment of nbout IB,
POWELL 1IUTTM, Mnroh 22
sprlng work goos steadily on,
weather staying unusually line
this tlmn of your,
Tho wnter la turned In tho oannl
for n few days.
L, W. Blair lost one of bis Guern
sey holfors Inst week.
Walter Foster hns rented the J,
D. Davidson homestead lor this mia
son. E. A, lHmnott will plant some po
tatoes on Miss llorthn Gnndsell's
hotnostend. Ho will move linok hero
with his family nt the end of tho
Forrest lllnlr wont to work on the
Tiimnlo ditch lust week.
POWELL 1IUTTK, Mnrch 23
Road supervisor Wlllcoxnu ntnrted
tho work of opening tho Geo. Klsslur
roud Tuesday when ho removed every
Cnmp No. I, nn Thursday, a n
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the lino of tho pnipoHod road, Will
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Job, adding good natuiedly (hut It
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