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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Spoclnl lo Tho Bulletin)
HUSTLUMORE. Mny 27 Tho con
tcact for carrying tlto mtdl from
"Holy at to Hold has boon lot to I H.
Mrs. Arthur Hunting. Mtan Flor-
onco HunUng nnd Mr. Alvln Hunting
hnvo gono to IVinrt after Arthur
Hunting. Mr. Hunting has just cloa
ca" a successful yonr ns superintend
ent of schools nt Kathurum. Idaho.
Floyd McNott has gono to Snoknno
for n short time.
Mr. Julia McNott looked nftcr tho
wnnts of tho "Hustlomoro" customors
during Mrs. Hicks trip to Usnd with
her (alitor. F. D. Bcxonn.
Win. B. Soarcy and A. T. Shaver
spent a fow hours In Hampton valley
Crops aro vory promising through
out tho valloy. Tho rains have hcon
sufficient this spring to tnsuro n good
h-rvest. ir "Jack trVtst" does not
v'lt't h-o nfen.
E. W. Glllatn has finished plowing
twenty aerea on th ICnutnon ranch.
He moved Eva MIchaelhousa last
Alvln Hunting bought a cow re
cently while on a trip to Bond.
Mrs. C. A. Burrls and Mrs. I.00 Mil
ler woro at Hustlomoro last Mondny.
Mrs. Neoloy visited Mrs. Leo Mil
ler last week.
Tho fruit trees purchased by F. A.
Pezona and planted on his ranch are
Mosdames Mlllor and Burr's visit
ed Mrs. Crow or Hampton last Tues
day. Isaac Zlerolf expects to provo up
In June. Carl Kellar just finished
contract of clearing twonty acres for
Mr. Zlorolf last wcok.
Carl Kollar expects to take his G
months leavo of absenco beginning
Mrs. W. I. Warmoth and son. Fred
die, aro at Metollus for a month.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
BROTHERS. May 26. A. T. Sha
ver Is drilling a well for Varco Bro
thers and Young. Mr. Shaver will
go to Mllllcan as soon as he finishes
Oscar .Cruse returned from Bend
with a load of froJght today.
The SliiiWamo Brothers nro In
Bond to gut a windmill and other
lraran sunnllea for their new well.
They struck a good supply of water
at 441 feet.
Elmer King returned from Bend
Inst week with his brother Odo, from
Several heavy rains havo occurod
hero during tho ast week.
Varco Brothers woro over to Warm
Springs last Wednesday on business.
B. D. Young Is hsrdlng horses .it
John Schmeer's ranch.
f8peclal to The Bulletin)
SUNNYSIDE. May 20. William
Brown wss In this neighborhood with
a crew of men distributing headgates
The Levercnt flumo has been com
pleted and will now carry a good sup
ply of wator.
Mrs. J. I. Couch entertained her
slstcr-In-law. Mrs. Mitt Couch, on
F. E. Dayton has a crew of men
working on his ranch. ,
J. II. Barclay of Madras was a Sun
nyslde visitor Monday.
Mrs. Lou I'ulllam of Plalnvlew.
made a business trip to Laid law on
Mesdames Hatoh and Plnkstaff
Bpent Thursday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Bart Nlohols.
A branoh. of tho Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union was organiz
ed at Plalnvlew recently with tho
following officers: Treasurer, Mrs.
Ixiulsa Cbalfan; vice-president. Mrs.
L. Pulllam; treasurer. Mrs. Margaret
Glllett: seoretary. Mies Myrtle Scog
glns; cor. secretary. Mrs. Bertha Clb
Bon end roportor Mrs. Delia Nichols.
The Union meets In connection
with the Sunday school at that place
and will present wveral Interesting
programs In the future meetings.
iSpeelal to The Bulletin).
LOST CKRKK. Msy J 6. V. D.
Harris was working for Mr. Manning
near Ugll last week.
Mrs. Hassler. Miss Alice Brookings
and Miss Elizabeth StaufTer spout the
week end with friends at Holyat.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Do Witt and son
Donald have gone to Bend for a load
8. J. Hubbard and family have
moved onto their homestead In the
west of the valley.
0. W. McGlnltv expects to make
final proof on his homestead next
Press De Witt was over from Egll
Rev. Corbctt. of Pleasant valloy.
was to deliver a sermon at the sohool
hotiRO last Sunday, but owing to the
Inclement woather ho failed to put In
Ban McGough Is at homo again
nnd Is dolnir some plowing.
C. J. Davis will leave for Bend Fri
day for a load of supplies for a home
steader on Wagontlre.
C O. Ashby was a visitor at Roly
at this week.
Mr. Johnson, of Rolyat. was a
guest of friends here Tuesday.
J. K. Curran nnd Geo. Mehrer
Btarted on a trip to Bond Wednesday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
POWELL BUTTE, June 1. A. H.
llhodo bought' some brood sows from
Eorl Saundors Jam week.
Harry Speer la putting In some
crop on the land east of A. Mont
Miss Mabel Allen was a visitor to
J. E. Warnor had his sheep sheared
last week, an unusually heavy vield
being procured, eeveral of the sheep
shearing 13 pounds.
Frank Spinning enmo In from Dcor
Park, Washington last week nnd l
looking nfter his land Interests here.
Hoad Supervisor Wtllcoxon and
crow finished grading tho quarter of
a mllo road fronting tljo Truusdalo
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Russet t and
Miss Fay arrived from Hood IUvor
Thursday, having made tho trip ovor
Innd In their auto. For tho present
they will bo located at tho "Jim"
Clarko Mono was n visitor to Dos-
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wlllcoxon ntul
daughter. Harriott, and Hooves III
coxon enjoyed a feed of lco orcam nt
tho J. A. Hlgga homo Wednesday
Mrs. P. C. McNnllly of Prlnovlllo
has moved to tholr Powell But to
ranch for tho summer.
Herman Meyer returned to his
homo In Tncoma Friday, nftor a short
sojourn here with hw brother.
Mlns Gladys and Hnzol Bayn visited
tho week end with homo folks, re
turning to Prlnovlllo Sunday.
Mrs. K. N. Hall loft for Portland
Saturday morning whero sho will vis
It numerous relatives and tako In tho
Geo. Hobbs was n visitor to Prlno
vlllo Saturday. Mr. and Mrn. "Bob"
Smith accompanied him 119010 for a
E. X. Hall nnd Morton Shutrum
8iont tho day Friday on tho Dcs
Mrs. Mary Brown nnd Will Brown
were guests at tho Ross Bussctt homo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tweet nnd
family and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mus
tard nnd family mado up n fishing
and plcnlcing party to tho Crooked
J. P. Doherty was a dinner guest
nt tho Allen Wlllcoxon homo Sunday.
Geo. Kennnrd, who has been em
ployed by Earl Saunders on the fnrm,
loft for Portland Monday whero ho
will attend tho Northern Pacific Au
O. Llndnulst went to Prlnovlllo
Sunday for n brief visit with his
daughter. Miss Ebba, who is Attend
ing Summer School at that place.
Earl Saunders, who has been ex
tensively bsndsgcd In support of sev
eral broken rllis received when ho
was thrown from his horso recently,
had his bandages removed Monday.
O. C. Trucsdale was a business vis
itor to Prlnovlllo Monday.
(Sneclnl to The Bulletin.)
STAUFFER. Juno 1. James Cur
ran and Geo. Mere started for Bend
C. Young made a trip to Bend last
Perry Hartoon has bcon dollrorlng
posts for Henry Kinsman.
C. D. Woolloy has moved on to bis
Jack Smith and Pern Hartoon
hnvo ordered a hay bailor and a hay
Geo. McGlnlty made a trip to
P. H. Hartoon mado a flying trip
to Bend on specla.1 business recently.
Rev. Corbett Is on his homestead
expecting to stay for somo time.
Tho baso ball game between Hamp
ton nnd Iost Creek resulted in a
score of 13 to 8 In favor of Lost
(8neclal to The Bulletin)
LAIDLAW. Juno 1. The Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hor
ner is reported quite m.
Dr. Hosch was called to Camp C
Sunday to care for a man who lost
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Bell last Monday.
Sirs. Wontz has returned from tho
Sound, where she has beon visiting
for three or four weeks.
Mrs. Fred Wnlloco Is visiting rela
tives and friends In Prlnevllle for a
couple of weoks.
toltotts Saturday nnd Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Rupplu, Mr. nnd
Mrs, A. Nlchot and son Kolth, and J.
About fifty enjoyed tho good ttmo
nt tho Sunday school picnic last Fri
day afternoon and evening. Tho
boys' team won 12 to 3 In bnso ball,
and Laura Marlon and Virgil Folms
ho. won tho prizes for tho high score
In tho races, etc. Ruth Howltt won
most points among the Juveniles.
Next Sunday Is "Children's Day"
In tho Lnldlaw church and Sunday
sohool. A pretty program has been
arranged and n coin m It too will dec
orate tho church tor tho occasion.
It Is hoped tho church will be as well
filled ns on "Mother's Day", Morn
ing services will bogln promptly nt
11 o'clook and evening services nt
O. Laurguard, C. O. Laurgaard,
Will Shallor and II. Folmsbo mado a
trip to Crano Prnlrlo Sunday.
Several Latdlnw people attended
tho dance In Reud Snturdny night.
Mrs. John Wlmoraud Mr. nnd Mrs.
Robt. StmiMon went on n fishing trip
down tho river Saturday.
Judge Thorpo has been having
somo Improvements mndo on his
building, adding a largo buth room
II. L, Lemon took n loud of fine
"spring frys" to Bond last week. Mr.
lmon Is hnvlng lino success with his
chickens, and Is now putting In n
O. all tho happy places In tho East
or In the West,
Lnldlaw Is tho Jolllest, and Lnldlaw
Is tho best.
Thcro Is room for every picnic, and
for fishing parties too.
But there Ib no room for "boozing"
So wo'ro labeled "all truo bluo."
THE sWWEsTHER ,
Warmest Day of the Year Came on
May ended with tho hottest day
of the year, tho mercury climbing to
88 dogrces on Sunday. Sovoral warm
days wore registered earlier In. the
month brtngng tho moan maximum
up several degrees hlghor than tn
April to C9.9 degrees. Tho mean
minimum was 36, 0 degrees and tho
moan for tho month 62.7 dogreos.
Tho lowest temperature for tho
month was 20 degrees on the night
of tho 4th.
Little rain foil during May. tho
total amount being about ono nnd n
quarter luchos, but what there was
camo at opiortuno times sorvtng to
break tho dry spell that had prevail
ed for several weeks and greatly Im
proving tho situation both for tho
farmer and the foroat officials.
There were 24 clear days during
tho month, live partly cloudy and 2
Tho dally record was as follows:
, ... .75
.' . . . C 4
, . . 68
. . 63
, . . . . 68
. . . .68
, . ,
Among Laldlaw visitors tn the M- 31 88
Char, of Day
International Harvester Oil
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Tne 1 IIC Lino
SUCCESSFUL farmers are no longer
asking, "Shall I buy an engine?"
They have passed that point and now in
quire, "Which encine shall I buy?"
A littlo careful observation will show that Inter
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No doubt is left when features like the following aro
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Study the engines yourself at tho nearest dealer's
whero International Harvester engines aro sold.
They are made in alj styles, and range in size from
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Write for our Interestingand Instructive catalogues,
and wheu we 6end them we will tell you whero tho
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A LETTEBjMI MEXICO
Bird 1-ouell, n Marino nt Miizntlnu,
Writes t I'nrentn Here.
Mr, nnd Mrs, floor go Lowell, who
ltvo out on tho Bond-Burns road,
hnvo recolved nu Intorcntlng com
munication from tholr son Bird, who
Is n mnrlno on ono of tho hnttloshlpa.
Tho lottor was written from MnxtU
Ian, on the west const of Mexico, nnd
dntod Mny (I.
In part tho tetter Is ns follows:
"Wo nru expecting a great buttle to
night. Tho Robots nro taking Mazat
lan nnd wo are only 1000 yards nwny
looking nt It through tho glasses on
our guns nnd It Is wonderful. Tho
Rebels nro up on n hill with ftotd
pli'ros firing on tho fort and tlto Pod
oral gunboat Moralos and tho Kodornl
soldiers return tho lire with six-Inch
guns. But I don't think wo will land
or do anything. Thoro Is n Preach
ship, n Gorman nltlp, nnd n Japniioso
ship horo watching it too. I wish
Dad wait horo to sou U, us It Is cur
Mr. I.owotl Motilur In hlinmiU n vot
oran of the Civil Wnr.
ORNUON TRUNK TRAIN
Arrives ..,..., ,8 n, in,
- Loaves 8:30 p,ni,
()..V. R. A N. TRAIN,
- Arrives ,,.,,,,,,, ,7: 4G p. in,
- Leaves 7:3b n. in.
STAtJi: LINK SOUTH.
Arrlvcn 7:,10 p. in,
Leaves 10 it. in,
- AUTO LINKS.
Cars dally to Burns and points
- south nnd southeast.
(lonornl delivery open daily
9:30 n. m. to 0 p. in.
(lonornl delivery upon Sunday
9:30 to 10 11. III.
Night train mnll closes 7 p. in.
Buy train mail closes 0:30 n, in,
Western Union dally 7.12,1-0,
7-10. Sunday 8-JO. 4-0.
Pioneer Co., twoniy-four hour
survtco, moulding Sunday.
(lot Rid of tho Torment of Rlioiiniif
Romoinhnr how spry nnd notho
you woro before you hud rheumatism,
Imakncho, swollen, nulling Joints tn
stiff, painful muscles Want to foot
tlial way again? You rnn lake Po
ley .Kidney Pllln, For (hoy quloldv
cloar thu blond of tho polnoun Unit:
causa your pain, mlsory nnd turinont
lug rheuiuntlnm.Adv, PntturHou
What's the Use
of f rutKhtlnir Krocorlca from
Hontl freo of clinrjro?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Itomumtmr the plnco, near
i!8 mllo post, Hcnd to
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