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THK IW.SU M'M.KTIN, UMNO, OIUC, WKDNKSDAV, Jl'NW 10, 10t4.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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to Prlnovlllo Saturdny. Hor
jokso nccomtmnlotl hor homo.
Mrs, A. V. Ilnyn wont to Prlnovlllo
Sutulny for a visit with hor ilmtKhturn
Uniol nml Olndys. Tho lnttor young
lndy having ncccnteri n position with
tho W. F. King Co. will nrotmhly ro
mnln in Prlnovlllo for tho sunmior.
Tho Morno homo wnn tho scono of
nn onjoynbto nffnlr Sutunlny nfttr
noou whon tho Slutmln Cluh of Prlno
vlllo nml tho Powell Hulto Soroels
woro delightfully ontortnlnod ly Mrs.
Ida Morso nml hor tlnuKhtorn. Ada
Paul Hold wont to, nml Edna. Tho hoiiso was nttrnct-
Hiynnton Sunday In tholr auto, whoro Ivoly doaorntod for tho occasion, tho
tho4 spout, tho day. narlor liolng In tho Shuniln colore of
rrnnk Hnmsay ana KranK .wikiio light bluo nml gold, wiucn woro cnr-
(Spoclal to Tho nullottn) '
HELD, Juno i. Mrs. Fred Hnmlln
ontortnlnod a six o'clock dinner Fri
day, A. 8. Cottlimhntu nml family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. U Uogors and Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. Wlggnm.
Mrs. Krlo Dnnlolwm vlsltod Mrs.
Patqr Nlolson Saturday.
Tho Prlngle Flat neonlo hnvo boon
blossbd with sovoral hoavy rnlna late
ly, which hnvo helped tho crops that
woro put in into
Mr. nml Mrs
left for town Saturday morning
whoro they oxpect to work for tho
J H. lllvers Rtnrtod for Pond on
Thursday lnornluR whero ho will
work at tho Qrlilln mill for tho summon
I1.MIVI) . 1'.' ..u Ulinj .......(, .
barrow Saturday nttornoon.
(Special to Tho Pullotln.)
HAMPTON. Juno 1. C. J. Stauffor
passed throiiRh Hampton last Tues
day with a load of freight
Mr., and Mrs. Wooloy of Stauffor
parsed throiiRh Hampton last Tues
day on tholr way homo from Pond.
J, In Owon called on Dr. Hess
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hoffman of Ta
coma, Wash., havo token up resi
dence on tholr newly filed claim ad
joining Mrs. I.uclnda Ulack of I.lx-
Uurr Black and A. T. Kramo call
ed on lcw Honnott last Sunday.
Mrs. W. T. Harrison spent Satur
day with Mrs. C. 11. Harmon.
Hurley Horuo vlBltcd his family
here on Saturday nnd Sunday.
Uyron Peck Is on the sick list.
Nov. C. A. Uurris wont out to Pond
Mr. and Mrs L. C. Peek and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
E. !. Peck.
Miss. Florence Hunting and Mrs.
A. L. Hunting loU Friday morning
Harry Pnrsley and William Vlsser
left Saturday morning for Ilond.
Mr. "and Mrs. Paul Held and Tom
lllchman and children of Hold, Ore
ton, visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Fogg Sunday. Whllo hero Mrs. Held
got the names of six Paptists who
were willing and anxious to nolo
establish a Baptist churoh noar Held,
being a branch of the Prlnevllle Bap
Lee ltlggs and Dave Snurbook at
tended a dance at Imperial Satur
Airs. Chrle Bnrrls and Mrs. Leo
Miller spent last Tuesday with Mrs.
Wm. Snlelman nnd J. I Owen
spent Sunday with W. T. Harrison.
Karl Keller loft today for Bend.
C. J. Stauffer of Stauffer Ib con
templating printing a papor In tho
rlod out In tho wild llower docora'
tlons. Tho dining room displayed
tho local club colors of old roso nnd
gold nnd ulnk carnations woro used
In pleasing offset. Following an nf-
tornoon of unusunl plonsuro refresh
ments were served, tho guests being
seated at numoroua smnll tables. Mrs.
Allon Wlllcoxon delighted tho party
with several instrumental selections
during the refreshment hour. In
serving. Mrs. Morso was assisted by
Miss Ada and Kdnn Morso, and Miss
Mabol Morse. Tho Morses, who nro
known for tholr splendid hospitality,
left nothing undone for tho plonsuro
of their guests on this oeoaslon and
tho result was that each guest Is loud
In praise of tho pleasant time afford
ed. Sunday was tho 63rd birthday uf
Mrs. Mary Brown and that estlmablo
lady was given an ologant birthday
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
PINBHUftST. June 8. 0. W. Sny
der went to Laldlaw one day last
Mrs. C. H. Spaugh nnd children
called on Mrs. L. H. Root Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. McCallister mado a
business trio to Bend Friday.
Mrs. F. V. Swisher went to Lald
L. H. Itoot and O. W. Snyder mado
n fishing trip on tho river above Bond
Thursday. They returned Saturday
and reported too much Bnow for
Lester Snyder called at TXooVb on
A. II. need wont to Laldlaw Thurs
Mrs. O. W. Savder mado a trip to
Mrs. Bart NiohoM and children
called nn Mrs. Spaugh Sunday.
Bthel and Ivy Snyder spent Sun
day with Mun'po and Grace Br"dlov.
Raymond Wtmer spont Sunday
with Lester Rayder.
A. H. Rood went to Laldlaw Sat
urday. Mary Dietrich was visiting home
Olga Bwlsher oalled at tho Snyder
home Sunday evening.
C. II. Spaugh went to Laldlaw Sat
urday. Mrs. Jackson and chlldron attend
ed Children's Bay exercises at Lald
Mrs. MeCaillster took dinner with
Mrs- I. B. Wlmor Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Yaeer and children
of Camp No. 6 eatled on Mrs. Brad
lay Sunday evening.
Edna Boot oalled on Mrs. Wlmer
ono day last week.
I WILL FURNISH
for planting for
a half interest
in the crop.
Hartwig. Millican, Ore.
dinner nt tho homo of hor daughter,
Mra. Henry Young of Redmond. Be
sides tho guest of honor those proa
ent woro Mr. nnd Mrs, 10. A. Bussutt,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosa Bussott, Will
Brown nnd Fny nttd l.oyd Bussott.
Tho Walcott family ontortnlnod Hie
Union family nt dinner Sunday,
Rev. Baker of Madras deltvorod an
nddrosa nt tho Wilson school house
Sunday following Sunday school sor
vlres. Arrangements wuro mado
whereby Row Baker will preneh to
the people hero on the llrst nnd third
Sunday of tho month, Row Ratten
hnvlng tho second nnd fourth Sun
days. J. P. Dohorty played boat to Reeves
Wlllcoxon nt n Sunday dinner.
Mr. Mnthnt left for Tucomn Mon
day morning, nnd Is rumored that ho
win not return alone.
O. C. Truosdnlo wont to Prlnovlllo
bnturday to ncootuixiny Miss Viola
nnd Paulino home.
Thoro wna n decided "Imok to tho
farm" movement among tho Powell
Butto young folks, students at the C.
C. II. S. Inst week, that Institution
having closed for tho summer vaca
(Special to Tho Bullotin)
MILLICAN, Juno 8. 11. K. Davis
arrived home from Prlnovlllo Mon
day. A. T. Shaver Is drilling n well for
P. B. Johnson. Attor he completes
work here, ho will move to tho Bvnns
claim to drill.
A dauco was Riven nt tho A. 1).
Norton home Saturday and a Inrgo
crowd attended, who report having
had a very pleasant time.
J, F. Davis ia expected homo In a
Mrs. Millican loft for Chicago last
Saturday, hut was taken 111 in Bond
nnd returned to hor homo hero Hun
day. A, A. Morgan nnd Win. Todd ro
turned from Bend, whero tlmy hnvo
completed tho suudlng of !!00 noros
to tlnx and 160 nures to onloun and
cabbage for tho latter. Tho llnx was
seeded on dry laud nnd tho vogo
tnhlun on nn Irrigated patch. As ev
idence of tho adaptability of our soil
for Max Krowlmr, Mr. Todd ulalms
that on the ttth day attor Martini
Reeding tho llrst days' seeding had
grown ouu half Inch uhovu the
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II, McAdow wont
(o Bend Monday.
LuvvIh Sohmohl left for Bend Inst
week, whoro ho will bo employed for
Louis Coodmnu wont to Bend Sun
Mrs. William Reams spent a few
dnn In Bond Inst week, having somo
dental work done.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II, K. Davis woro onl-
lorn nt tho Moffott nnd llmitim' homo
Mrs. HIIlo Koppor cntnn out from
Bond Frldnyi whero sho bun boon em
ployed for tho last foW weeks.
A number of our homesteadnra will
leave for Prlnovlllo about Juuo Kith
to remain durlim hayltiK time,
Krlo llostoland expects to leave
for Walla Walla, Wash,, In a nlioit
Sovoral now cabins will bn uroutod
In tho near futtiru In our valley
(Special to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON IIUTTIC, Juno . Mr,
and Mra, Fred Miller visited at (ho
Mocks' homo last Sunday,
Mrs. Roy Fouin was over from
Pleasant valley last Tuesday for mip
PIIoh from tho llrookluR store.
MImh Kva Michel vlsltod with Mrs.
Horace BrookitiKH Huudny.
Gabriel Bntouil Is pllliiR ank
brush for Horace llrookliifts this
Bert Meoks plowed N acre for ('.
W. Ashbatigh tho llrst of the week.
Mr. AshbauRh now Iiiih 10 acrtm un
This vicinity has been visited by
dolly showerfl tho past wook ami tho
crops nro looking lino.
Bupflrlhtfliidont J. W. Myers wim in'
this vicinity Inst Tuootlay on hcIiooI
Mra. J. Brlckley nml hoii Jlminlu
were over for khhoIIiio and Nitppllun.
Mra. llnrt Moekn and children took
dinner with Mrs. AiililmURh lant Mou.
Mr. nml Mra. O. W, Htonii vlslled'
(Continued on paRd fl )
What's the Use
of frolKlitlnifKi-oeorlo.) from
Uuiul froo of clinrKo?
Lot JOHNSON pay
llumemlior tlio pluco, noar
28 itillo post, Hutitl to
THE WHITE IS
When ycu fwt Lntr,
Stratchy, Half BIcE.
ltluo and Out of Sort.
look to tho Uvcr; It la
la the nmetly You it&.
It Is nn Invigorating tenia for
a torpid liver, too nrat tloio
brings Improvement, a (ew Uays
use puts tho liver in flno vigor
ous condition. lierblne also ex
tends Us restoratlvo tnfluenco
to tUo stomach and bowcli. It
helps d&csllon ana food assimi
lation, purines tba bowels and
brings back the habit of regu
lar dally bowel movement.
When the stomach, liver and
bowels aro active, bilious Im
purities no lontrer obstruct
functional processes, tho result
of which Is renewed energy,
mental activity and cheerful
'Price B00 per Dottle.
JmF.Dllnl,Prop. SLLouli.Mo. I
(Special to The Bulletin.)
POWKUL- BUTTB. June 7. N. P.
Alley went to Cllno Falls Monday,
whero ho had a job of carpenter
work. Ho was compelled to return
home Friday, however, suffering with
n revere cold.
Frank Klsaler went to Redmond
Wednesday where he will assist with
pome carpentry work for a week or
Mr. and Mra. Allen Wlllcoxon and
Harriett were dinner guests at tho
.Karl Forrest homo Wednesday evon
Ing. "Vern" Sears of Prlnevllle was a
visitor out our way Thursday. He
waa accompanied by his mother who
will jnake a Visit to the Seara and
Yates homes. Miss Ada returned
with her undo for a few daya visit.
Geo. Hobbs made a. trip to the
Blue Mountains the latter part of
tho week where he is Interested in
Bonie mining claims,
Rpad Supervisor Wlllcoxon nnd
crew Just completed a milo of road
Brndlng, on tho road adjoining tho
E. A. Bussett and Earl Forrest
wore visitors to Bond Thursday.
Mrs Geo. Becltman was a visitor
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