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THE REND Ill'LLKTIN, I1MNI), OHM., WKDNICSDAV; Al'IUL B, 1011.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Spealal to The Uullottn)
SUNNY8ll)K, March 30. Stato
Hnfjlnoer Lewis In company with 0.
J,aur?anrd. Itrojeat "vtiRinoer, was
looking ovor tho work In tho vicinity
o( Caii No- 7 Tuoeilay. Ho oxnrosa
""oil hlnisolf well pleased with tho
(lunllty of work dono there and tho
conditions prevailing nround tho
, on tup.
Harry Ilunnlc, engineer, visited
Camp No. 7 Saturday.
Mrs. Mlnta Howard mado n ImbI
now trip to Laldlaw, Wednesday.
F. W. Lovonmx of Plalnvlow pass
ed through hero Wednesday on his
way to Uond with a load of flno hay.
J. O. Minor, who owns tho Jny
Nichols place, was a Sunnyslde visi
Mrs. Jess Hnrter spent Tuesday
nnd Wednesday In llond.
Dan Smith, whoso homo was de
stroyed by lire a short tlmo ago, Is
making preparations to rolmlld.
John Stralun of Gist passed
through hero Saturday on his way
Mrs. Dan Smith mado n trip to
County School Superintendent My
ers mado a trip through this place
the first of tho wook on business con
nected with tho establishing of n
Bchool horo. The building Is to be
located In tho lower part of Hull
Creek Flat. School has already opon
m1 In n temporary building with Mrs.
Nichols, teachor. An enrollment of IS
pupils Is reported.
Consulting Knglneer Kinney of
Portland, was a visitor at Camp No.
7 the first of tho week.
A man who gave his namo ns Stan
lay Domas went Insane at Camp 7
Thursday morning. His mind was
possessed of the Idea that somo ono
was going to kilt him and ho asked
tho timekeeper to send him to Port
land so ho could bo arrested.
Tho month of March gave us a
blustering farewell In tho form of
some snow and wind.
The cheery volco of Mrs. Dan
Smith may now be heard over tho
telephone as a phone was installed
at tholr ranch last week.
John Couoh loft Wednesday for
Washington where he expects to
work through tho summer.
Mrs. Mitt Couch was called to
Pinehurst Friday to caro for tho
Infant child of Mr. and Mrs, Chas.
Spaugh who Is ill.
Jay NlchoU of Laldlaw was haul
ing wood from his homestoad near
Mrs. Mildred Hnrter of Laldlaw
spout Thursday at the homo of hor.
mother, Mrs. G. M. Couch.
Mrs. E. C. Nichols was a Sunnysldo
visitor Friday, the guest of Mrs. J. 13.
J. Sowers and L. H. McKtine mov
ed their families to Camp No. 7 last
J. L. Couoh and wife made a busi
ness trip to laldlaw Monday.
Mrs. Mlnta Howard called on Mrs.
J. D. Nichols Tuesday.
Chas. spaugh was a Sunnysldo vis
A body of strikers from Camp NpC
C passed through Sunnyslde Thurs
day OB their way to Laldlaw. jr
(Special to Tho nulletln)
LOST GREEK. March 23. N. D.
Yeak has gene to Rend to get a load
C. Davis and Tlease Smith return
ed last week from a trip to Hums.
M(m Ilrooklngs was unable to
teach school lost Thursday on ac
count of lllnoss.
' lien Do Witt has gono over to
Pleasant Valley to assist his brother
Press In finishing his now resldenco.
James Smith nnd Don Yeolc wcro
buslaess visitors in Hampton tho lat
ter part of last week.
C. D. Hussler transacted business
at Huok Creek the latter part of last
Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Young and son
Robert and Mrs. C. C. Washburn and
son Leo were the guests of Mrs. J.
Porry In Surprise valley last Satur
day. Mrs. C. C. Rhode ontertalned tho
Study Club last Thursday afternoon.
Jbmoh Smith has been laid up for
Keveral days with an attack of rheu
inatlsB. G. It. Young went to Sliver Creek,
the latter iwirt of last week and
brought home the young stock that
he had pastured there during the
Cljrda Ashby was on the slek list
several day during the past weok.
Mrs. O. C. Rhode was the guest
of Mrs. Porry the latter part or last
B. P. IUsek has beon having a se
vere attack qf the grippe.
JamaA Melwn has gone to Lake
View whero b uxpets t work for
JtMee Smith has been quite nick
for several days but was better at
H. P. Hhodnfl was a buslne visi
tor at Silver Creok the latter part of
Kenneth Helms trannoted bust-
now ut Rolyat last Monday.
0. II. Young loft for Dond
ntter n fow mouths nbsonco nnd is
Geprgo lleobo Is fencing forty ncres
this spring. Ho will have n good
crop of ryo this year by tho looks of
his Hold now. Ho Is pretty busy
grubbing sago brush theso days.
Miss Falflt Knmsay was on tho
Btck list last weok,
W. Mnrtln is having his wholo 320
aero claim fenced this spring.
T. lloorsto Is having a good sUod
patch plowed by 11. Kennedy. Ho Is
plowing the aago brush under.
Walter Hansom Is grubbing sngo
brush this weok. Ho has dono qulto
a lot of Improvements according to
the tlmo ho has been out horo.
Tho well drilling outfit has moved
from KM Wilson's to John Schmoor's
ranch whoro they will drill next.
Tho crops wilt soon bo flourishing
thanks to tho light fall of snow wo
Harry Evans nnd son havo recently
grubbed ten acres.
Mnrtln Hallmeyer started for Hornl
Saturday morning for n load of
goods for tho Highland grocery.
Harry Kvans has lately sown flvo
acres for Mr. Archlo Gay, who In
tends to come to his homostead about
tho first of July.
F. Chrlstonscn hna had R. Higgs
plowing for him this week.
T. lloorsto has been working nt
the Stevenson ranch recently.
Miss Hnttlo Houston spent last
weeK witn Sirs. Held.
Mrs. Lytlo has beon qulto 111 with
tho grlppo for tho Inst fow days.
G. Grill has been doing somo fenc
A mcctlag will bo held nt tho High
land school houso April 13 to dcoldo
on tho location of tho Prlnglo Flat
money order olllco on or nliout April
April 1st, whtch no doubt will be n
convenience to tho pntrous.
Many homesteaders hero nro re
ceiving seeds from tho government
which nro being tried with tho ut
W. C. Hilling and It. Wilson wont
up to tho Amnions' Mill on Maury
(Special to Tho nulletln.)
STAUFFER. March 24 Miss Alice
Ilrooklngs Is having somo land clear
ed this week.
J. II. Hastier mado a trip to Duok
Creek last week.
Sunday school Is hold nt tho Lost
Creek school house every Sunday,
Mrs. Ashby. superintendent nud Miss
Mary Stauffer, secretary.
The tint baso ball game of the
season was played Sunday. Tho gamo
was won by Jack Smith's skillful
R. P. Perry reports he Is 250 feet
In n woll that he is drilling for Mr.
Pago Stnuffor Is plowing for Geo.
McGlnlty this week.
H. Hellem has been on tho sick
list tho past week.
(Speolal to Tho Dulletln)
HESLD. March 30. "All a Mis
take" the plav which was got up by
the young folks of Rlvors, Oregon,
was given at F. F. Carpenter's homo
last Friday night. It was a big suc
cess for amateurs. Followed by a
dance it made tho evening even moro
enjoyable, All reported a flno tlmo.
John Schmeer returned Monday,
March 30 from Portland. He drove
from Tho Dalles homo with his new
Warren Llhby visited at tho Mar
tin homo last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Wiggam re
turned to tholr homestead last Thurs
day. frch 28, after spending tho
winter In town.
Chas. Mills arrived homo last week
(Special to Tho nulletln)
RIVERS. March 30. Tho play
given at tho homo of F. Carpenter
was Immensely enjoyed by all. It
was given by eight young people,
namely: Miss Cora Kennedy, Lucy
Nlemnn, Hlanch Larkln, Anna Hall
meyer, Mr. Elmer Wilson, Charles
Royer, Del Davis and Ted lloorsto.
After tho play an oyster supper was
served and thon all enjoyed dancing
Mr. and Mrs. Wiggam returned to.
their homestead Wednesday evonlng
after a G months leave of nbsonco.
A. n. Davis returned from Rend
Mrs. Max Nloken ontertalned Mr.
and Mrs. Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Ransom. I). Ransom and Jennie Dar
don at dinner Sunday.
Elmer Wilson. II. Larkln, and K.
Nelson left for Ilend Sunday.
Chas. Miller returned to his home
hero Tuesday from California where
be has been tho past wlntor.
John Schmeer returned from Port
land whoro ho purchased a blaok stal-j
lion for loung Drothers.
Mrs. It. Evans nnd Mrs. C. Halsloy
visited Mrs. II. Martin Monday after
noon. J. I). Rivers has struck water at
tho depth of 31 feet.
A ball game is promised tho poo
plo of this vicinity Sunday afternoon.
Th'o post olllco hero will bo n
(Special to Tho Dulletln.)
LAIDLAW, April C Mra. Mock Is
oxpected homo tho Inttor part of this
Thoro will be a suppor at tho hall,
Thursday ovonlng from 5:30 until nil
nro served. Aftor suppor thoro will
be an old fashioned "spolltn' match"
nnd singing of good old songs. There
will bo a table of fancy work and
aprons, nlso n candy booth. Tho
"Kaster bunny" hna left somo pretty
colored eggs, to bo sold nt 2 for G
conts. Prlco of suppor SS cents
proceeds to go toward tho new piano.
Mrs. A. J. Wolton returned from
Portlnnd, after spending a month
with her sister, nnd friends.
Mrs. Archlo Nlchol is teaching tho
now school nt Camp C, and has nn
enrntlmont of 19 or 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Pomasol hnvo moved
to Camp G for tho summer.
Miss Carroll Shotwoll has returned
to her homo In Hormlston.
Miss Dorothy Dayton Is nsslstlng
In GrIIIln & Co.'s store for awhile.
Aftor tho regular session of Sun
day school Easter morning there will
bo spcclnl services appropriate to tho
occasion, with music, nn nddrcss by
the pastor, and recitations by some
of tho 'wee tots". The offering will
bo devoted to work for tho nged, and
J. M. Grldln nnd family nrrtved In
Laldlnw Tuesday night from Hormls
Tho roads about Laldlnw nro being
greatly improved, ranking traveling
more pleasant and safe.
La urn Marlon, who has been III
with tho moasles nt Miss Nichols Is
again ablo to be out.
Mr. Snyro Is tho champion trout
fisher of Laldlaw. Ho never comes
homo with an empty basket.
Mrs. Roll, who was stricken with
paralysis In tho summer. Is gaining
slowly. She gets out In her wheel
chair theso flno days.
(Special to Tho Dulletln)
PINEHURST, April 6. Mrs. K. O.
Dietrich spent Thursdnv with her
raothor-ln-law, Mrs. D. W. Dlotrlch.
Mrs. Surfaco and Mrs. Rogers of
Camp No. S called at Mrs. Dietrich's
ono day last week.
Mrs. Jackson was a Laldlaw visitor
It. II. nayloy returned Tuesday
evening from Prlnevllle.
Mrs. D. W. Dlotrloh called at Mrs.
C. II. Spnugh's Friday.
Miss Ruth Hnvley spent Wednes
day night with tho Snyder girls.
Mrs. Flnla visited with Mrs. Jack
sou last Monday.
Mrs. Pctorson called on Mrs. I. E.
Wlmor one day last week.
A. H. MHIor took dinner at (T. W.
Ruth Ilayloy went to Laldlaw Sat
urday. G. V. Snyder and daughter woro
laldlaw callers Sunday morning.
Mr. Ray Root went to Laldlaw
Ihe Lafollette j
Nursery Co. :
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(Special to Tho lliillotln.)
V O W i: L L II U T T H. April 0.
Messrs. RIkkm and llrnioo nro om
ploying u mnu to herd tholr steers
nnd stock cattle on tho desert. Later
tho stock will bo pnsturud nt tho
mundoWH south of Ilend.
Tho Union Suttdny sohnol which
moots nt tho Wilson sohool houso,
has purchased nn organ for their
Mrs. McCoy of Prlnovtllo visited
nmong tho stockmen of this noctlou
Frank llnyn rotumod to his homo
in tho Wlllamettu valley Tuosday af
ter n short visit with IiIh son A, W.
Ilnyn nnd family,
J, P. Dohorty Is getting tho lum
her on the ground preparatory to
building a barn.
Tho Powell llutto Sorosls mot with
Mra. E. I.. Iverson Wednesday after
noon with tho largest attendance
that popular club has nujoyod for
somo time. Following nn afternoon
duvotud to election of oMIcuih, tho
hostess served refreshments, being
capably nsslstntl by Mra. 13, N. Hull
nnd Mnt, It. L, Moore. Tho follow
ing olllcors wore elected to nervo u
term of six mouths: Mrs, W. T.
Smith, president; Mrs. I.. W. Vim
Doroiii vtco pi'OHldeut; Mrs. H. D,
Mustard, seurelnryj Mrs. N, P, Alloy,
treivHtiror and MIhs Mabel Allen, II
brnrlan. Tho next uiuotlng will liu
with Mrs. Guy Soars.
Allen Wlllcuxou wns n biisluosn
visitor (o Prlnovlllo 'l'liursdity.
Mrs, Geo. II. Ron, mother of Mrs.
Allen Wlllooxoii, left ror Portland
with hor daughter nud family. Mr.
Ron nud MIhh Inn preceded Mrs, Ron
i' nil llio fnmllv will louuto In tho Ore
Chris. Holt, who Is nn enthusiastic
Mason, wont, up lo Ilend Thursday to
bo present nt the MiimoiiU) dedication,
Karl Saunders, who Is ncttug depu
ty assessor, Is pestering the life most
out of folks, asking all sorts of iUns
tlons, pertaining to tholr llnnuclnl
Mr. and Mrs. I L, Iverson extend
ed their hnspllnlllv lo n number of
friends Wednosdnv ovonlng. The
tlmo passed In pleasant cnnvorsatl'nt.
the hostess sorvlug luncheon during
tho evening. Guests woroi Mr, nud
Mrs, 11, L, Moore, Mr, and Mrs. Hum
phrey. Mr. nud Mrs, N, I'. Alley, Mr.
mid Mrs. W. T. Smith. Mr, ami Mrs.
li N, Hull. Merlon Sliutrum.
Mrs. A. W. Ilnyn visited her daugh
ters In Prlnuvlllo Friday. Tho young
Indies uoonmimiilud hur homo for u
wook oud visit.
A. II. Rhode nud K. N. Hull look
two loads of liny from tho Itbodu
(Continued on pago soven)
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