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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(SP9Plnl to Tlio Bulletin)
LAIDLAW, May 3, O. 0. OorUIng
or Atlicma, Oragon, has liccn visiting
lila parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. B.
Ucrklng. ami family. Miss Fny
Corking loft Tue-tlny, with hor bro
ther, for UH homo In Athenn, ami af
ter a Visit thoro. will ko to Milton,
OrcRon to visit her sister ami family,
returning homo In ultout lx weeks.
Mrs. WonU has gono to tho sound
cities for an extended visit.
There was a scaro of "nro!" at tho
Lnldlaw school Friday last, and tho
school was dismissed at 2:30. No
damage, wan done hy tho hlato, which
started In tho chimney fluo.
Attorney General Crawford, mom
hor of tho Desert Land Hoard, dollv
orod an Interesting address nt tho
ohuroh Anrjl 30th. He visited tho
Tumalo camps tho samo day.
Quito a crowd of Laldlaw peoplo
attended tho danco at Deschutes, on
April 29th. and nil report a royal
Mrs. Ilupplc. Mrs. Lundberg and
Mrs. Rogers woro shoppers at Ilcnd
the past week.
Next Sunday will ho "Go to Church
Dav." also Mothor'n Daw" at tho
Laldlaw Union church. Special mu
sic and readings will add to tho
morning service, and chorus ohotr 'n
the evunlnst. Everybody Is Invited.
DcIHuk's restaurant has under
gone various repairs, and olano hau
been added to the furnishings:
Mr. Slagmer lost a flno work horso
tho nast week. Ho had had tho
horse but a short time and was very
busy hauling tho Tumalo wood sup
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nlchol and
son of Camp C, wero Lnldlaw visitors
visited J. 15. Rynn nbovo Uond Sun
day. Mr. nnd Mrs, C. J. Mock attended
church At Hond Sundny nnd woro en
tertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Montgomery, from Hock Is
land. 111., recently purchased tho old
Whoatly place, nnd has now moved
on tho place with his foster-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Heed, and ntso
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Johns, and 0. V.
Hood. Mr. Montgomery has pur
chased a flno Jersey cow nnd fput
Hhonts from Mr. rinkstnu,
(Special to Tho Bullotln)
SUNNYSIDE. May 2. D. Y. Couch
met with a serious accident whllo
working tlioroads last week. His
horso becanio frightened and ho was
jerked to the ground, sustaining bad
Tho roads In this district havo
been greatly Improved. Road Super
visor Root has had a crew of men
working In tho Couch neighborhood
the past woek
Mrs. John Strahm and daughter,
aleaves. jot Plalnvlew, spent Friday
ulght at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Winkle nnd family, from
Wclsner. Idaho, have rented the P.
A. Wills houso and Mr. Wlnklo hoo
been employed at Camp No. 7.
Mrs. Ella Snyder .and Mrs. Jess
Harter. of 'Laldlaw, were visitors nt
tho home of Mrs. G. SI. Couch, Tues
day. Messrs. F. N. Wallace nnd Geo.
Ross of Lnldlaw wero visitors at
Camp No. 7 Thursday.
Melvln Couch, who has been nsslst
Gco. Couch, returned homo tho first
Messrs. Miner and Jay Nichols
passed through Sunayslde Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson went
to Laldlaw Thursday on business.
Mrs. G. M. Couch entertained Mrs.
Dart Nichols and children Tuesday.
C. E. Hewitt of Laldlaw visited at
Camp No. 7 on Thursday.
Mrs. J. L. Couch spent Thursday
Hart Nichols has been appointed
natrolman for this section.
G. M. Couch was a business Alsl-
tor in Laldlaw Tuesday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
PLAINVJEW, May 4. Mr. and
Mrs. Sayler were callers at the Knick
erbocker homo Sunday.
,A. D. MoDoadlo of Portland was
In this neighborhood last week look
ing over his timber claim.
John Strahm nnd J. A. Adams wero
transacting business in Redmond on
Harvey Cyrus and wife and Miss
Coyer wero in Redmond Saturday.
John Llchtenstern and Bertha Gib
son were In Bend Wednesday.
J. E. Meyers and Victor Bhawo
were callers at the Plalnvlew school
Mrs. Delia Nichols nnd daughter
Velma wero through this neighbor
hood Monday on their way to Sis
ters. Gleaves Strahm entertalnod Phlna
and Fay Crawford Thursdav night.
Ellis Bdgington called at the Craw
ford homo Thursduy.
Mrs. Strahm of this community
was sent as a delegate to the Baptist
Association at Redmond.
Grace Rlggs entertained the Camp
Fire Girls Saturday afternoon.
Miss Coyer spent tho week end at
tho Saoggln home.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
riNEHURBT, May 4. Mr. and!
Mrs. Pitts and family from Seattle
spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. A.
3Ir. ond Mrs. Jackson and family
spent Saturday evening In Laldlaw.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson nnd
family and the Root children were
Mrs. J. I. Nichols was out to Sun
day school Sunday.
Mrs. D. W. Dietrich called on Mrs
I, E. Wlraor one day last week
School closed nn Friday, May 1.
Tho day was celebrated by a school
picnic at Bull Creek Springs,
I. E. Wlmor and C. H. Spaugh
made a business trip to Beud Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs, A. V. Jackson were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Snyder Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. A. McAlUterentertalned Mrs
L..H. Root and Miss Muriel Hough
tallng Sunday evening.
Eliiin Cooper npd wife arrived hero
Saturday (fom Hoseburg, Oregon, on
anLextended Visit with their daughter
Mrs. I. B. Wlmer.
R, II. llayley and daughter, Ruth,
(Special to Tho Bullotln)
MILL1CAN. May 1. Miss Vernlo
Gnrskl Is teaching In tho Mllllcan
school now in placo or Mrs. Eula
Owen, resigned. Mlas Gnrskl Is a
former Minnesota -girl having rocolv
cd tho greater part of hor education
In St. Cloud, Minn.
A. 11. Goodman and son nro cutting
posts on Juniper JllH for their olnlm.
Miss Vernlo Gnrskl called on Mrs.
IJ. E. Davis Friday. MIsb Gnrskl
camo from tho samo part of Minne
sota whore tho B. E. Davis family
Beautiful spring weather now pre
vails. It has been decidedly chilly
the past fow weoka and now tho
change Is a very welcome ono.
Tho next meeting of tho Sku-Ko-Leek
Klub will bo hold nt Mrs. F.
J. Glndor's May 9th.
The ladles of tho valley aro talking
of organising a political study club
somo timo soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans woro visitors
In tho east end of Mllllcan Wednes
day. Miss Gertrude Market rcturnod
from Bond Tuesday, where she wont
to attend her sisters wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw nnd fnmlly
pnssed through our valley Monday,
enrouto to their claim In Lako coun
Mrs. Rltzman and daughter spent
Tuesday night In Mllllcan, on their
way to Harney Holes.
Mrs. Mary Rooney called on Mrs.
B. E. Davis Friday.
Mrs. Mary Rooney nnd Mrs. Agnes
Rooney and Miss Annie Rooney spont
Sunday afternoon at tho Gllmoro
A. W. Norton enmo out from Bend
Saturday night to visit his family nnd
attend the danco given at his home.
Mrs. Martha Forgey expects to
plow 40 ncres for C. D. Raub.
Mrs. Mary Rooney was a callor at
tho Haxuka ranch ono day last week.
Mrs. George Mllllcan visltod with
Mrs. Brookings nt the Brookings Ho
tel In Hampton Butto a fow days last
Geo. A. Mllllcan took n trip to Sli
ver Lako with O. II. Hoover of Bend
In one of Mr. Hoover's cars. ,
P. B. Johnson went to Bend Sat
urday. Mrs. William Reams was n callor
In the east end of Mllllcan Wednes
day. Ono or the most delightful social
affairs over given In Mllllcan valley
was tho dance and supper at thoA.
D. Norton homo Saturday evening.
Tho rooms wore beautifully decorat
ed In evergreens, Oregon grnpo and
sweet pens. A very largo crowd of
home folks as well as somo from
Bend nnd tho neighboring valleys
attended. Aftor tho supper was
served, which consisted of good
things too numerous to mention,
dancing was resumed nnd no one
thought of leaving until the sun camd
peeping over the hill tops. Tho af
fair was given in honor of P. O. Kl
ger's birthday anniversary by Mes
dames Norton and Kopper, who prov
ed themselves delightful hostesses.
Mrs. A. A. Gllmore's sister and her
husband from Indiana spent a week
visiting with Mrs. Gllmoro, leaving
tho valley for homo on Friday.
Mrs. Agnes Rooney visited with
Mrs. William Reams Monday.
Louis Gless came out to visit his
wifo and attend the danco ut A. D.
Norton's Saturday night.
Miss Gertrudo Market spent Sun
day at tho Rooney homo.
Mrs. Walker, ton nnd daughter
spout Thursday right In our n11ev
enrouto to tholr Malm Hi the south
fSnnolnl to Tho Bulletin.)
RIVERS, Apt It 31. Jnok I.nrkln
cntnrtntned somo of his plnymnton nt
their homo today. Tho children
spont a merry nttornoon aftor which
dollcloun refreshments wero served.
Tho school houso was thoroughly
clennpd Tuesday by n fow of tho la
dles. Fruiny tho now organ will be
brought In which has been purchased
by tho Sunday school.
Thoro Is no more chnuco of Inking
r "short cut" through this country
ns everybody hero Is fencing nnd
many good roads nro being put In.
John nnd Frank Hnllmoyor return
ed from Bend Thursday with a load
of groceries for tho River's store.
Albert Palmer nnd family return
ed to tholr homostuad Monday ntter
nn absence of n few months.
Walter Taylor loft for Bend Tues
day where ho will visit his family.
Chas. Royer has gono to Willow
Ranch,. California for a fow months.
Tho post ofllco horo Is now n mon
oy order oMlco and Is patronised by
tunny from tho surrounding country.
Tho now mall routes nro to begin
(Spoclal to Tho Bullotln)
HELD, April 26. John Schmoor,
who Is having n wolt drilled on his
ranch, struck wator at tho depth or
140 foot, having 20 feet of wator nt
tho prosont tlmo.
Jack Rivers left for Portland Sun
day morning. April 2G, where ho will
romnln for samo time.
P. L. Ramsay has plowed about 10
Martin Hallmcycr has been plow
ing for Fred Lund this woek.
Paul Hold has recently purchased
a now automobile.
M. Hallmoyor loft hero today for.
Bond, whoro ho expects to romnjn ror
Frank L. Ramsay has begun plow
ing for F. Mikulo.
HORSE MOUNTAIN VALLEY.
(Sneclnl to Tho Bulletin).
HORSE MOUNTAIN VALLEY.
April 29. Elmer Sherroll has form
ed a Sunday school class nnd Is hold
ing Sunday school at tho Butto Vol
toy school house. Ho reports a
weekly increasing attondnnco. Ha Is
experienced In rollglous work, hav
ing formerly been connected with tho
Y. M. C. A. In Seattle.
E. Plnkus went to Bend on tho
28th on a business trip.
Carl Farrand ruturned to his
homestead and Is rontomplntlng
considerable Improvements for this
season. Ho reports ' uslnoss condi
tions in Dakota as oxtromol)' qulot.
Elmer Shorroll bns nppllod for n
post office In this valloy. Tho sot
tiers would be pleased to see the of
fice established and Mr. ShorllL ap
pointed postmaslor. ,
(SneolM to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. May 4. Mrs. Mattlo
Crow spent Wednesday with Mrs. O.
Lew Bennett, Orvlllo Davidson,
Fisher Logan and Orvlllo Thompson
snont Tuesday In Hampton.
Miss Whlttakor proved up ou her
Prineville, Oregon 1
car:,ttmrw n ,..i ""-us-:
Oil and Gas Engines
The IHC Line
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Buy an I II C engine. They last longer, burn
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Here are a few of the reasons: Offset cylinder heda,
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best engine. IHC engines are built in all styles,
and in all sizes from 1 to SOIL I'. They operate
on low and high grade fuels.
Not every local dealer handles IHC engines.
The ono who does is a good man to know. It you
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v.rite us for catalogues.
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Portland Ore, -
Qjub-Uo DtaUg BiCoratck MSwatis 0ilrtM ffiae
Win. Jones, Burr Black, W. T.
Harrison and sou Thomas, lott Fri
day morning for Baud.
Molvln Crow Is plowing for H.
Montgomery of lmporlal.
K. M. Peck, who litis been quite
slok with thront trouble, Is somo bat
ter nt this writing.
J. L. Owen made n trip to Prlnglo
Flats IhBt Tuesday.
A. T. Shnvur finished n woll of 202
feet with 4B feet of wnlor for Mrs.
Lucy Hicks Inst weok. Mr. Shaver Is
now drilling at 48 mllo post on tho
Bond nnd Burns rund for Stonknmp
L. C. Pock Is puirng brush for
Floyd Phillips this weok.
Mru. C. B. Harmon and daughter,
Darlo Burton, nnd Mrs. W. T. Harri
son spent Friday with Mrs. Luclndn
C. B. Harmon Is putting in grain
for A. B. Ashley this week.
Ilurloy Hoguo visited his family
one day last woek.
A. T. Frame was tn Hampton ror
supplies last Wuiluamlny,
of Tncomu, Wanh., In tn UniupUm for
u fow dnys.
Klmer Puck In nick with thront
Burr Blnok ttpont Huiuluy with
Mr. nnd Mrn. Ivan Knotts spoilt
Wuduasilny ovtinliig with Mr. unit
Mrs. W. T. Harrison.
ltov, lliirrls III I ed his regular up
poliitmiHit horo Sunday,
Duvn Hpurhook has ruturned In
Molvln Craw Is lit Bend this weok.
Tlio assessor paid Hampton homo
stondorn a call Inst week.
R. S. Stevens of Juniper Butto
was In llnniplnu Inst wuok wanting
a ilalo ror tholr ball toam to play
Wo enjoyed a nice rain lust Week.
Mrs. Amanda Comlm of Imperial
was horn on business Inst weok.
Floyd Phillips spoilt Friday night
with w. T. imirison.
chutes was obllgml (o hunt up u (ole
jiliuiio In 0 ril or to Mtiiiimoii help fur
hlii disabled niilo. Hopulin woro
hi ought out from Itoilmoiiil nflor it
todloiiN (U'lay. Mr, Howard eondnii
oil mi his way.
Henry Twuot nnd N. V. Alloy ship,
pod hogs to tint Portland inarknt
Tuesday. Shipment was In elm run
of tho Funnels' WiiiuIiouro Co. of
Tho Hun Hlilno Club, n Junior girls'
(Contlnuoit nn pngo sovou)
(Spoclal tn Tho Bulletin)
POWELL HUTTE May K. While
on n business trip through this suc
tion Tuoflilay Roscoo Howard of Don-
of fri)lnhUnu;Kncorl from f-1
Bund frcu of chnrs,ro7
Lot JOHNSON pay
Kemenibor tho plnco, nonr
28 mllo post, Hond to
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