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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tho DuUotln)
LOST CREEK, April 7. C. D.
Ycck returned "from Bond lust wook.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Heath nccomimnlcd him
nnd have located on their claim hero.
Clydo Asltloy wits on tho Blck list
Bovoral days last week,
Mr. Hnsch U around again nftor
his recent Illness. Mr. and Mrs.
llaBch lento this week for western
Oregon whore they expect to stay
A. IJ. IUssler Is doing somo clear
ing for Miss Brookings.
OwIiik to Illness. tao Wnshtiurn
vas unablo In attend school tho foro
part of this week.
B. F. Ilhodes was a visitor at Mr.
Brown's In Pleasant valloy last Sunday.
S. V. Best transacted buslnoss nt.
Silver Crcok tho foro part of the
Tom Cowan was n recent visitor
In Rend. Iio brought back n load of
J. K. Curran has been helping Rob
ert Whltosldo on his ranch.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
IMPERIAL, April 11, 19H. An
drew Nlesrhl, nnd John Meier hnve
moved on tholr homesteads noar hore
bringing with thorn sovernl teams,
rnwn and a good supply of farming
Implements, also well drilling out
fit and automobile. Thoy nro now
busy building their houses and get
ting ready for a crop.
Ralph llabcock. Frank Cross, Ilry
nnt Combs, Emit Wengor, Charley
Pearson and Earnest Peterson nro
away ou their annual leave.
Warren McDonnell Is in Rend after
goods for tho storo and wlro to com
plete fencing his ranch.
John Schmeor nnd wifo spent n
couple of days visiting in Imperial.
E. E. Varco and D. II. Young have
bcught a bunch of horses from John
Mrs. Amanda Combs spent several
days visiting In nond. ;
A three months term of school Is
scheduled to begin at Imporlal on tho
20th of this month. Miss Viola
Smith, ot Metollus, has been engag
ed as teacher.
Dill Titus returned from nond a
few days ago with lumber and shin
gles to complete his new homo.
Shorty Huffman made n trip to
Bend recontly for seed grain and sup
plies for tho Rlsby storo.
An enjoyable masquorado danco
was held at Volght's hall on tho 1st
and was attended by a largo crowd,
manv coming 25 miles or more.
Miss Ethel Streeter has gone to
Portland to spend tho next nvo
Mrs. Alta Hamlin nnd small dau
ghter spent Saturday visiting in Im-.
perial and mak'ng some purchases at
tho stores. '
Anderson and Wain hauled out
the well drill for Mr. Nieschl and aro
now hauling lumber for his resi
J. J. Holt and family have gone
to Bend to spend several months. Mr.
Holt is looking for work. -
Wm. M. Douglas and family aro
erieed to return to their claim
within a few days.
Everybody should bo sure and reg
ister by tho 27th of April as that
will bo tho last dv in which you can
register for tho nrlmarles to be held
on May 15th. ou enn register with
Vareo t Brothers, Montgomory at
Imperial. Kogg at Hampton or
Schreder at Kalyat.
A tw'ce a week mall srvico will
l established to eotnmaue on Ma
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMFTON. April 6-J. I Own
nlled on Dr. HM of Dry Lke I"1
Shafer's well drill Is drilling a well
for C. Harmon this week. Mr. Sha
tor will move from Mr. Harmon's
place to Kloyd Phillips placo.
Lee IllgKs and Davo Spurboek have
gone into llond for a few dayB.
L. C. Peek and W. T. Harrison re
turned from Rend Friday with tho
Jones household goods. Mr. Jonos
has taken up a homestead south oast
of Hampton nutto.
Wm. VIssor has returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. Hlmer Peok spent
Saturday night at Mr. Fisher Lo
gan's. Rer. Riirrls was called over on
Camp Creek Thursday to eonduot the
funeral services of Hd. Sand's little
8 year old girl who was Instantly
killed while coming homo from
81-IiomI. by bar horse falling In a
ditch and falling on her. Her little
b-other. who was riding behind her,
was not hurt.
John Whlttaker and Isaac Zlorott
are In Rend on business.
Mrs. Bmrna Millar is Borne better.
Floyd Phillips snd John Whlt
taker called on Uurr Ulack last Sun
day. Wm. McArthur left here for Wash
ington last woek.
On account of bad weather only
a few from this neighborhood attend
ed tho sirprl "tneky" party given
to Mrs. Lucy Hicks last Tuesday ov
rived hero Wednesday night. Thoy
have been busy plowing their Btubblo
field this week.
Wm. Wlggnm has bcon on tho sick
list this week with' thu mttmpn.
Tho pooplo who woro present nt
tho school houso tho laBt day ot
school report n dollghtful Unto.
A very nlco program was glvon nnd
n delicious Innchoon wna sorved.
Mr. Durkey from Prtnovlllo Is vis
iting nt tho Martin placo this week.
Tho Hansom family spont last Sat
urday evonlng with Mrs. F, L. Ram
say nnd daughter, Faltn.
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
Miss Goyers was In Redmond on
John Strahm was transacting busi
ness in Redmond Monday.
A. B. Truox and family hnvo mov
ed back to Davis' Mill.
Mrs. Adams spont tho day with
Mrs. Strnhm Monday.
Fred Truax stnrted to school Mon
day, making nn onrollmont of 12.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Cllllctt woro In
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
SUNNYSI DE, April 11. Dnn
Smith 1b having a substantial resi
dence erected on his ranch north of
here. It Is bungalow stvlo and con
sists of six rooms. Contractor Cun
ningham has chnrgo of tho work.
Frank Marlon nnd II. S. Thomp
son hauled out several loads of sup
plies to tho ditch camps this week.
Edward Konnnrd, timekeeper nt
Camp No. 7, recently purchased n 5
Mrs. Mlnta Howard went to Mecca
Tucfdny to tako tho civil servlco ex
amination for post mistress.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Leverem spent
ntimlny at Sunnyslde, tho guests or
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Nichols.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Couch spent
Sunday at tho homo of Mr. Couch's
Mrs. Chris. Peterson spent Fri
day night at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Chns. Spaugh ot Plnehurst.
Mrs. C. E. Nichols of Itdlnw was
tho guest of Mrs. Mitt Couch Tues
day. F. W. Lovoronx of Plnlnvlow took a
load of hay to Rend Thursday.
Hubort Scoggln pascd through
Mrs. J. B. Nichols called on Mrs.
Dan Smith Monday.
J. L. Couch mado n business trip
to RAnd. Tuesday.
Jay Nichols was a visitor at Camp
No. 7 Saturday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HELD, April C. Tho settlement
of Rivers Is booming. Three new
Fettlers havo Just arrived to make
the'r homo here.
Mrs. Ell Wilson returned home
from tho Meyers & nrown ranch
where she spent a few weeks. 8ho
intends to return In a few days.
Mr. Earnest Nelson Is plowing this
week for Mrs. A. B. Taylor, who Is
going to have fifteen acres put into
crons this snrlng.
Llovd Baker will make n trip to
Pr'novlllo the last of this week!
Warren Llbbv Is tyusy plowing his
stubble field lately.
Wess Martin has sent to Bend for
enough bgrbod wire to fence his
Tbn Oarren famllv, who havo
bought tho Dingh.'m homestead, ar-
(Spcclal to Tho Bulletin)
LAIDLAW. April II. There was
a large crowd out to the Easter ser
vices, both morning and evening. Tho
church was beautifully decorated tor
tho occasion and tho little folks look
ed pretty In their white dresses. Tho
program consisted or several songs,
recitations by Marguerlta Doblng,
Jessie Hall. Paul Walkor, Allccn
Wallace, and Ruth Hewitt, a song by
Frances Hall, Hazel Painter and
addresses by Rov. Walkor. Tho col
lection was taken by two llttlo girls
In whlto, nnd tho offering was sent
to tho work among the orphans and
Among thoso who attended tho af
ternoon meeting at the Plnehurst
school hous Sunday, were Mrs. Cady.
Mr. Towns. Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Roes and
The Fllcklnger family are enjoylnic
a weeks visit from Mr. Fllrklnaer'a
tlster, Mrs. 11. Austin, of Waterloo,
Lola Marion mot with quite an Re
ddest Friday afternoon, by running
against a barbed wire fence and cut
tine her fact In two places. Sho was
unable to attond school Monday and
Tho auppcr, glvon by the ladles
of tho church, at tho hall Thursday
ovonlng, was largely attended. The
singing of old songs was greatly en
joyed, but the "spollln' match" sem-
cd. to senro n few. Eighteen dollars
wna cleared, abovo oxpunsos.
Tho now tenuis court wan tho scono
of some lively games Sunday, The
Tonnts Club and Gun Club nro plan
ning on a big1 celebration July 4.
Mrs. Mark Painter is spending n
month In Portland, visiting relatives.
Mr. John Wlmer spent part of last
week In Portland,
Several families In Laldlaw hnvo
bought baby coyotes from John Bull
nnd wilt rnlso them ns pets. Mr. Boll
found n den containing olght coyotes.
Mr. J. J. Coon and Mr. Snyro wont
to tho Metollus on a Halting trip.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILL1CAN, April H.-Mrs. Ada
B. Mtlllrnn, with n party ot friends,
motored ovor from Prlnovlllo Wed
nesday forenoon, making tho trip In
about two hours, ns the roads bo
tween Mllllcan and Prlnovlllo nro In
very lino condition. A special meet
ing of tho Sku-Ku-Loek Klub was
hold nt tho rosldenco ot Mrs. Mllllcnu
In tho afternoon.
Mrs. B. K Davis visited with Mrs.
Thos. Morfott Monday.
Miss Zolmn Brawn was n Bend
caller Eastor Sunday.
Geo. A. MIlllcHii spent several dnvs
nt his ranch In Rear Creek last week.
Horaco Whlto was n dinner guest
nt tho W. H. McAdow homo Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Roson gave a danco
to friends In tho valley Saturday
night. Among thoso present from
Mllllcan woro Mr. ami sirs, vornon
Clevongor, Frank and William Spen
cer. Fred Klgor nnd Frank Hatch.
Among tho stoppers nt Central
Houso tho pnst week were Z. S. Ren
nott of Rend, Mnx and "Mrs. W. II.
Gerry of Prlnglo Flats. It. C. Johnson
Imporlal and Mrs. Wm. Howard of
F. A. Hatch ato his Easter break
fast nt Central Houso.
W. It. Gerry, while returning to his
home at Prlnglo Flats, from Bend,
had the mlsfortuno to seriously In
jure his left leg, but was able to
continue his trip home Sundny aftor
spending Saturdny nt Wm. Roams.
Mr. McNonl made a trip to Roud
Wm. Reams drove to Bend Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. C. U Evans wero
Bend callers Saturday.
Mm. Martha Forgey drove to Bend
Tuesday Intending to spend about a
week visiting with friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Heathmnn of Terre
bonne visited with tho former's par
ents hero on Sunday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE. April 13.
This locality received sovernl nice
ahowors tho past week and crops aro
O. C. Honkle of Bend located sev
eral people south of hore In Yroka
Earl Rogers Is plowing for Rosslo
Shoppnrd this week.
Thos. C. Ewlng will offer final
proof on his homestead before Com
missioner Fogg of Hampton tomor
row, April 14, and expects to loovo
soon for other climes In search of
V. Schroder had a near run away
last week. While returning from
Hampton the front nnd tho roar
wheels of the wagon parted company
and Mr. and Mrs. Schroder were
thrown out but were not Inlured. The
team rau about a mile and was stop-
Prineville, Oregon I
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Oil and Gas Engines
Tie I II C Line
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Od t4 Cu EofiM
dl C J. ? Mlfi
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gine, take care of it as any machine
should bo cared for and a dozen years or
more from now it will still bo working for
It will savo you and your family endless hours of
hard labor in pumping, sawing, grinding, spraying,
running separator, etc.
Buy an 1 11 C engine. They last longer, burn
less fuel, aro simpler, and give vou tnott nower.
Here are a few of tho reasons: Offset cylluder heads.
largo valves, accurately ground piston and rings,
heavy drop forged crank shafts and connecting
rods, etc Beat material and construction mean tho
best engine. I H C eridnes are built in all stvles.
and in all sizes from 1 to 50-H. V, They operato
on low and high grade fuels.
Not every local dealer handles IHC engines,
Tho ono who does is a good man to know. If you
do not know who be is, wo will tell you when you
vrite us for catalogues.
International Harvester Company of America
Portland Ore.. ,
Ciurploa Ditrlif EfcCoralck 1'Uwtxi.ti OiWbs Plus
pod nt tho Huntlemnro store. Itu
jinlra woro mado and tho team ngnln
hltohcd to tho wngon nnd driven
homo without furthor trouble.
Herman Miller, who taught our
school this year, closed n successful
term Friday nnd loft for his homo nt
Scnppooso, Oregon ou Saturday,
flnbrlol llaloutl was plowing for
Mr. aillnin and Q. A, Johnson Inst
Mrs, Horaco Brooklnga nnd son
Paul, visited rotntlven nt Htauffer,
Snturday nnd Monday, Paul re
mained with his mint, nnd wilt attend
school nt Stauffor for n few weeks,
Miss Elva McFaddeu of Pleasant
Valley Is staying with Mrs. Ilornco
Brookings whlto her brothers nro out
to Bond for Supplies,
The Hotel Brookings served n tur
key dinner Easter Sunday. Mrs.
Brookings reports good luminous nnd
lots ot travel. Over 75 guestH wero
registered during tho past week.
Mr. R. II. HoppliiH, A, C. Mercor,
N. Nuto nnd W. Nulo located on
claims In tho Benjamin Lake district
nilng with Coninilsnloiior 0, J, Btiuif
tor ot Btniirtor, Oregon,
M, H. Brown of Pleasant, Vnlley
was tratisiiutlng bunlnons mill hunt
ing Htrny hornos In this locality lust
S. F, Anderson run over n dog near
Hampton mid upset ti lit nuto. Mr.
DiiHonbofry of Portlnnd wns thrown
through the wind shield mill hud his
face out. Tho dog which caused thu
nccldeut wan killed, Mr, Anderson
ropnrtH $t0 damage to his nuto,
Mr. and Mm. Howard Wooden of
Wlllntiitnn, Oregon, nro visiting with
Mr, nnd Mrs, Bert Mocks. Mr. and
Mrs. Wooden nro nnwIywtulN mid
woro given n rousing clinrevnrl Wed
nesday evening. Clgura worn mod
by the groom and enkn nnd taffy by
tho hrldn. Meeks Htiltl tho uiuslo
was qutto classical nnd well reudur
od. Mrs. Orphn Mack of Dry Valloy
hud nn mito lond of prospective set
tlers with her Inst Week to that sec
tion of tho country.
L. C. Furst of Bond took his nuto
truck, which had been laid up at
Brookings' gnrngo. for tho past three
months, to Bend Thursday.
Mr. Thomas llutton and Ills mother
Mrs. H. F. llutton, of Kgll. Oiogon,
wero gitustn of tho Hotel Brooking
Mrs, C. Smith, has iihiiId Applica
tion to prove up on her hoiiumtcmil,
John Perry, near (linns Hutto, hits
17 ncroit of alfalfa, l,wl' lllMt "r.
Hint looks Hue. If rnbbllH limvo It
grow Mr. Perry will certainly hnvo
n good crop, Others who sowed Inst
year report tho nnniu conditions nnd
Bert MookH hun xoiuo that litis tap
roots almost M Inch In tllamotoi'
Thoso who hnvo experimented bollevo
that dry land nlfnlfn will ho the
prosperity ot this part of Central
(Continued on pngo sovon)
of frolRlitlnir Krocorlos from
llonil frco of clmrKoV
Lot JOHNSON pay
Ilomembor thu plnco, nenr
128 tnllo post, Ilontl tu
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