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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1914)
tSjioolal to Tho nuUotln.)
PINEHURST, Mnroh 30 J. K.
Wlmor mado n lulslnowi trli to Bond
0, Bd Rosa nnd F. N. Wntlnco w'dro
liUBtnflas oallors at Mr. F. V. SwUlu
or' nnd nloo nt Mr. Snyder's last
Friday ovoulns. , .
Mrs. Arthur Jackson nnd (nmlly
rind Mrs. 0. V. Snyder, Mrs.-J. J.
Goon and Miss Marnnrot Mook woro
Lnlillaw oallors Friday.
The Houghtllnit (nmlly have moved
from Camp No. 4 to ttio old Grolnor
P'nco. . . ..
Mrs. C. I. Johnson was a Lnldlnw
cnller ono day last week.
Quite a number of Plnehurst peo
ple attended tho auction salo at the
Star ranch Saturday.
Lester and Uessto Snydor, spent
Saturday afternoon with Mrs. J. J.
The Infant daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. II. Spaugh Is nulto 111.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Walker spent
Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Coon.
County school superintendent J.
E. Myers visited tho school Monday.
Tho quarterly election of Sunday
Bchool officers was postponed until
next Sunday. S
(Speeinl to Tho nulletln.)
LAIDLAW. March 29. Mr. and
Mrs. Sncldor and Mr. and Mrs. Cody
have moved Into tho Snelder homo on
North Cook Avenue.
Iilttlo Alteon Wallace, who has
boon sick with tho measles, Is able
to be out again.
Sunday visitors at tho 'Wallace
home wero Mr. Wallace's sister. Mrs.
Wlnnok, nnd her daughter, Mrs. La
kin and husband.
On Wednesday. March 215th occur
red tho wedding of James Fisher,
son of Geo. Fisher of Lnldlaw and
Sylvia Fettl. of Lnldlaw.
Mr! and Mrs. Geo. Fisher are pack
ing their household goods, and are
Boon to leavo for Iforralston, their
The family of Mr. Griffin, tho new
Lnldlaw merchant. Is expected to ar
rive hero this week.
Kov. A. O. Walker's family accom
panied him to Latdlaw this week, and
were present at tho Sunday sen-Ices.
There will be choir practice noxt
Saturday evening nt the church, to
profwre for tho Raster music. All ln
torostod In the music will pleaw b
at the church promptly at 7:10 Sat
John Winer's store was closed for
n few davs the past week but was
open for Ue Saturdav's trade.
The milliner from Redmond was
at Griffin & Co.'s store all day Fri
day with a la'Ra display of ladles and
children's bats. A great many of the
Laldlaw ladles took advantage of tho
ohance to purchase a new "Easter
Don't forgot the new motto of tho
Sunday sohbol "He ontlme." next
Sunday at 10:15 a. m. . Everyone is
Mrs. G. B. Ross will act as super
intendent of the Laldlaw Sunday
Bohofll this quarter.
The Piano Club is planning an ap
tnn sale and business mnn'a lunoh
the Thursday beforo Easter, to bo
hold at the hall during the afternoon
Mrs. Hall of Riverside Inn. is again
able to be abot, after a serious siege
Mr. Lamitaon and T. V. Beasley of
Nortk Yakima, have arrived to re
sume work at one of Uie Tumalo
(Special to Tho Dullotln)
IUNNYSIDB, March 2. This
bectlos has been favored with excep
tionally fine weather during the en
tire month and farmers and garden
jers have been busy plowing and
Misses il.ulu Montgomery, Myrtle
Seoggin nnd Messrs. Hubert Scoggfa
and Floyd Seott passed through Sun
nyside Saturday on their way to
Laldlnw. MIm Montgomery has re
signed her position as teacher of
Pbitnvlew and will leave soon for her
home near Prlnevllle.
A new ditch eainp is being erected
near this place by the engineers of
the Irrigation Project, and Is known
as Camp No. 7. The equipment from
headquarters and a erew of working
men were brought out during the
ttrst of the week, and work In this
section Id already under way.
J. B. Nichols and family have re
cently returned from Spokane. Wash
ington, where Mrs. Nichols attend
ed Spokane University during the
winter. They oxprese themselves as
being well ideated with tho develop
ment made by Crook county during
tho last year, and report that people
in toe Seokene valley are much inter
(im In this country and many set
tlers are expected to arrive fromthat
plage during the summer.
(Speolal to The Bulletin)
STAUFFER. March 10. Fred Ov
orall made a trip to Ilond last week
to purchase a seed drill.
Jas. Smith and son expect to be
gin work for W. W. Brown ths first
Chas. Stauffer has been appointed
commissioner for this section, suc
ceeding C. M. Smith.
lien Do Witt has been doing some
farming for Dr. Reed the last week.
McGtnlty and Harris made a trip
to Brookings last week after seed
0. Hash Is out at Bend this week.
Most of tho farmers will bo all
through seeding this week.
The BtaufTor mall carrier came in
on foot last week, ' He says bronchos
do not make good pack horses.
Den Rhodes has cleared 20 acres of
sago brush In tho last three weeks
and expects to put in 4 crop this
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tho nuUotln)
DRY LAKE, March 28. Spring
work is now In full progross. Fall
sown grain looks good.
N. N. Ktus Is back in Dry Lnko af
ter spending tho past tour months In
Portlnnd. Ho has rented tho Swan
son homestead nnd tho Mnoro homo
stead adjoining. Mrs. Kins Is still
In Portlnnd nnd will romnln there for
for somo Unto yet.
Tho postal buslnoss nt Dry l.nko la
Increasing all the Umo. According
to Postmaster Uongston the money
order department la well patronUcd.
Cattlemen report stock in good
condition. Tho black log vaccina
tion tins materially decreased tho
deaths, there hovlng been only n few
In the past two mouths.
The dance at the Dry Lnko hall on
Friday was attended by tho lnrgost
crowd of tho season. Kvory ono pnss
cd tho night In n Jolly good Unto.
Joo Murphy has been In on his
father's claim to hnvo somo seeding
done. Ho wilt soon start for !nkn
county whero his father Is running n
woll drill nnd ttiko the ptneo of tils
brother Charles nnd later return horo
and do somo more work on his claim.
Several now settlers nro expected
in this spring.
Agnow brothers, from Sonttlo, nro
planning some extensive, Improve
ments on their claim.
J. Ames Is expected In from Brem
erton. Washington. Bhortly. n car of
household goods having already ar
rived for htm from Pond. His son
Is preparing to meet him In Rend.
A large shipment of frntt trees Is
expected to arrive in Ilond for Dry
Lake about April 1. A number plan
to plant diversified orchards around
Dry Lake this spring.
Tho outlook for good crops Is ex
cellent, the ground never being In
hotter condition for crops than at this
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
RIVERS, Maroh 24. The namo of'
Highland has been changed to Rivers
on account of trouble with the malls.
While playing nt school Thurean
John Hnllmeyer had his collar bone
dislocated. He Is dotng nicely so
Sunday school has been changed
from 2:30 Sunday afternoon to 10:30
in the morning.
F. J. Flntey has started Improve
ments on his plaee whero ho located
Mr. Jensen will be out Monday
with his family to locate on his claim
V4 mile from Warm Spring.
Max Gross leaves for the Hanley
ranch whero ho will spend the sum
mer. .Mrs. Ell Wilson loft for Post. Ore
gon whero she expects to stay for a
few months this spring.
Sirs. Win. Wlggnm will bo out on
her homestead after an absenco of
about S months.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Marrln enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rivers, Sin,
Chas. Mills and Anna Durchstotl a:
dlnnor Sunday evening.
Tho Woman's Country Club met
with Mrs. Eric Danlelson on Wednes
day, March 18. There aro now ID
members enrolled Mrs. Max Niel
sen was elected secretary succeeding
Mrs. Ernest Nelson, resigned. Miss
Bertha Ransom read a very Interest
Hog Food Specialist
In Bend This Week
C. C. CATB, THE VNION MEAT COMPANY'S
HOG FOOD SPECIALIST, WILL PERSONAL
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and beg foods in particular, onables him to give hog rais
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tiii: bend bulletin, bend, ore., Wednesday, April j, ton.
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ing pnpor on Ulonunr Ilnllowoll Ab
bott, tho author whtoh was itrently
Schoot wlllcloso lit District 13 on
Wednesday, April 1. A plcnlo dln
nor nnd program have bcun arrang
ed to which tho patrons of tho !hool
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON, Mnroh 23, 1014 Mrs.
Louis Mtllor Is on tho sink list.
Ij. C. Peek, has rented his farm for
thts year to Mr. Wnrmoth of Hustle
Mrs. Luolnda Blnck, who tins boon
visiting In Hampton, returned to her
homestead on Llttnrd Creek Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck nnd chil
dren hnvo returned front Portland
where tttoy visited trloitds and roln
Ihes for n few weeks.
A colt blonglng to Nelson Crow
got badly cut on barb wire last
Wnt. E. Searcy of 111., Is visiting
his cousin Mrs, Lucy Hicks or
Hustlemoro nnd looking around for
Messrs. Black, Harrison, Parsons
nnd Huntington wero disappointed
last week by not finding seed ryo In
or around Bend.
J. U Owon, tho grocery man, re
ceived a largo load of freight for his
store last week.
A. S. Fogg lias a work horse badly
cut on tho barb wlro.
Olo O. Drogsvotd was a visitor In
Hampton n day or two last weok.
Farmers In this locnllty aro busy
plowing nnd soedlng.
Fall sown grnln Is looking flno.
Mr. Spurbcck has hauled qulto a
few posts to his homostead nnd Is
preparing to fonco his claim soon.
Miss Ethel Fogg, who taught our
wlntor schoql, returned to Portland
to enter soliool.
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrtos Sldwell of
Iowa, have returned homo after
spending a week with A. S. Fogg nnd
fnmllv. They wero welt pleased with
the "high desort." , ,
Floyd Phillips has ordered a wind
mill, piping nnd casing for his well
that Is to bo drilled by Mr. Stauffer
In the near future.
Burr Black and L. C. Pook. ns wit
nesses, accompanied Mr. .Fogg to Fife
to mnkn proof on his homestead on
March 20th. j
(Special to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE, March 23.
Fred Overall of Stauffer. Oregon,
passed through Saturday with a load
of frolght. Ho says that the boys of
Stauffer have organlxed n ball team.
John and Oscar Black returned
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from Portlnnd Inst wouk, lirhiKliiK In
it lond of well supplies. John brought
lit u G ltorso power gasoline uitg'no
nnd Osonr n two ltorso power engine.
A. T. Hlmvor reports having llnlsh
tut n woll for M. S. Drown of Plunsnnt
nlley, Wntux was struuk nt a dopth
f 230 foot with 40 foot of water,
The woll drllt Is being moved to T. C,
Win, Oldtluld and Jomsu Munroo re
turned from Bend Snturday with a
load of supplies.
Mrs, M. W, Shoppard purchased n
wagon, plow burrow and three
horses from A. It. Marlow of Buck
Fred Chrlstophorsoit of Buck
Creek visited friends horo Inst week.
V. Schroder mado n trip to Buck
Creek last weok.
A. T, Shaver had tho misfortune to
mash n foot Inst week while dtsmaitt
llnir tho woll drill. While lowering
the walking beam tho rope slipped i
and Mr. Shaver's fool was bndly hurt.
A. J. case is worxutg for a. t.
Stop the LossFires are
i better enable
Hltavnr while tho latter Is laid up.
Earl ItoKorn loft Tuesday for Bund
to got grain mid stipplluH.
March linn lieun n lino month so
far. Those sowing grain hnvo appro
elated tho good weather. Burt Meelin,
llornoo Brookings, Then, Cook, V,
Schroder, C. W. AhIiIiiiukIi, Thus. Evv
lug nnd Junius llrlokluy have sowed
Jny HiUtxmnit passed through here
on his way to Burns with tho Inten
tion of bringing bnuk his big oar.
11, O. Ferris brought out n loud of
freight In his ituto truck for tho
It. O. Wells and Boy Fonts return
ed Friday from lleiul. bringing In n
limit of Ntippllss for Mr. Fonts.
Horace Brookings was lit Bend on
business n short Umo ago.
Word has buuii received from At
Abernnthy, who Is In Nevndn, that ho
ox poets to return to this looallty In
Travelers report good ronds from
Mend to Burns. Dust Is ilylug now
on tho roads In thin locnllty.
L. It. Klnnev nnd W. H Huonenr
worn through last weok with freight
C. D. Yook of Htauffor was through
Iicio twturoay on his way to Hend to
bring in n family or iiiuuiMiomiers.
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POWELL BUTTE, March 30 Mr.
and Mrs, (loo, Caldwell of Clo Hlum.
WiihIi., Iiitwi rented tho Muiiin plnru
for tho seimon unit nro busy planning
to put In it crop, i
E. L. Ivuisou Is clearing trees from
his west forty. Young Moore Is help
ing his with the work.
It. L, ICearim and family of Turn.
(Coiitlniind on pitRo Hovon)
of f rolKhtlnir irrocorleB from
Huinl freo of cliiirwu?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Itumuinbor tho plnco, nonr
28 mllo post, Hend to
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