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TIIK nKND BUIJ.KTIN, BKND, ORK., WKDNKHDAY, JUNK IT, 1M.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Speclnl lo Tim IlnUotln.)
RIVERS. Juno 5. Tho Woman's
Country Club mot with Mrs. Clifton
Lewis nt tho homo of lier tnntl.oi.
Mrs. V. It. Oaroy Wednesday, Juno
3. A mufllcat program won tho (or
turo of tho afternoon, cswdRtini, of
vocal and Inntrmnentnl selection-!.
Those taking part ware MesdnmcM
K. T. Carpenter. W. H. Oaroy, Clif
ton Lowls, Max Nielsen nnil Mlsoa
Hansom. Itlancho and Goldlo Larkln.
Mrs. Harry GonunK Rnvo n raid
ing lu French, which although not
IntolllRlMo lo all was greatly appro
elated and a very Interesting paper
on Woman's Suffrage was road by
Mrs. Charles S .Mills. At tho con
clusion of the program delicious re
freshments were wsrvod. '
(Spcolal to Tho Iliillc(ln).
HELD. Juno 8. Mrs. Erie Daniel
Bon entertained at dinner Sunday.
Mrs. F. L. Kamsay, hor daughters
Faith and Dorothy and her small
Mlsa Ilcrtha Hansom has hor moth
er visiting her from Portland. Ore.
Mrs. Oaroy will leavo for Lewis
ton. Idaho, Wednesday. Sho expects
to bo gone until tho last of October.
Tho Prlngle Flat people are mak
ing ready for a big colchratlon on
tho Fourth of July. There will be
foot races, liorao races, tug-of-wnr
and several other contests. Candles,
ice cream and lunches will bo sold
on the grounds and all aro welcomo
A plo social was given by tho Pio
neer Club last Friday night June 5.
Tho ladles cleared seven dollars and
Bomo cents by selling pies.
Mrs. Mnrtln oxpecls (o start for
llend Wednesday morning, and to
tako the train from there to Seattle
and Delllnghatn where sho will visit
her parents and sister.
Tho I C. C. which met at Mrs.
Garry's home last Wednesday, had a
very enjoyable time. Quito a pro
gram was given, a number of the
ladles sang and some recited poems.
A delicious lunclieon was served
which was enjoyed by all.
A heavy hail storm struck this
part of tho country last Tuesday. It
did considerable damage to the crops
Max Nielsen left hero for Rend
Wednesday morning and' ' arrived
back here Saturday, making a four
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mills called at the
Ulrchatoft homo last Sunday.
A brother of Henry Lorkln who Is
located a( Harnoy Hole, recently
ft..t.t.t In 4twA Man ir IukiIa '
U.WU&...V lu a.iu ...i;u .if .itvm.
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n fnrcwoll dinner Thursday.
tileaves Strahm spent this week
end nt tho Prey homo.
Kd Strnhm wont ovor to Prlnovlllo
Tho Children's Day progrnm nt tho
ProBbytorlnn church Sunday was u
grand success. It wus followed by
nn elaborate dinner.
Much credit Is duo to nil who took
part In tho children's day progrnm
at Tnrthlng's Hall.
by a largo crowd.
It was nttotidod
(Special to Tho Dullotln)
PINKUUHST. Juno 16. F. V.
Swlshor nindo a business trtp to Ho ml
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jnokson went
to Latdlaw Saturday evening.
V. K. Sandol mnde n business trip
to Laldlaw Saturday.
Mrs. C. It. Spaugh and children
took dinner with Mrs. McAllister on
Kuth llaylcy spent Monday with
0. W. Snydor Wont to Laldlnw on
Ethel Snydor spent Tuesday at tho
L. II. Itoot mado a trip to Des
Mrs. A. H. Uced and Charllo Mont
gomery called at the Snyder homo
Mrs. F. V. Swisher loft Tuesday
evening for Kelso. Washington,
I WILL FURNISH
for planting for
a half interest
in the crop.
Hurtwig. Millicnn, Ore.
I whom sho will visit her mothur, Mrs.
J. J. Hnssolberg.
I U. II. Hnyley wont to Heud ono ilny
Violet and Myrtle SptiugU spent
Tuesday nftornoon with Ivy Snydor.
Mrs. 0. W. Snydor took dinner with
Mrs. Lcvareni at Plnlnvtew Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Iloughtllng mndo n
trip to lloud ono dnv Inst week.
Loyd Hoot spout Sunday with Hny
Huth Hayloy spont Sunday after
noon nt tho Snydor homo. r
(Spcolnl to Tho Uullctln)
SUNXYS1DH. Juno IB. A bad
break occurred lu tho lateral nt Camp
No. G Friday morning. Tho pumlco
In tho bottom of the ditch gnvo wny
nnd let the entire head of water down
upoh tho steam shovel which was lo
cated just below tho break.
B. M. Prey returned Wednesday
from the hospital at Hedmond whero
ho has boon treated for an Injury re
ceived from a kick by a horso nt
Camp No. 8.
A deer has mndo Its nppenranco
sovornl times lately In tho vicinity of
Camp No. 8. Tho animal was seen
by some of tho workmen and tho
foreman, J. h. Henrv.
Kd. Kcnnard of Camp No. 7 mado
a trip to Mend Thursday night In his
Mrs. O. M. Couch nnd cousin, J. H.
iLlttlo. mndo a business trip to I-nlil-law
J. L. Couch purchased some lum
ber Monday from Anderson Ilros.
J. II. Sblnklc nnd family, who havo
been living on tho Will farm, loft on
F. W. Lovoronx or Plnlnvlew sold
two dairy cows to Nels Anderson of
Uend last Wednesday.
C. E. Hewitt of tho Tumalo- Pro
ject was looking ovor the work lu
this vicinity last woolt.
Mrs. Ilnrt Nichols Hpont Saturday
nt tho homo of hor sinter, Mrs. V, W,
J. W. Potorson of DonoluttOH
bought two good cows of Mn, Lou
Jny Nichols lias boon employed to
lrrlgnto tho old Wlmor ranch tit Tum
alo. Mrs. Lnuroiia. Andrus of Ontowny
was a giost of Mrs. Dnn Sinltrf lust
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Juno 8. L. C. Peck
and family left Thursday for Uend.
where Mr. Peck expects to stay for
awhile. They have been hero l!
Mrs. Van Lake spent Tuesday with I
Mrs. C. H. Harmon. I
Mr. DJlt Hotue spent last Sun
day with Mrs. H. II. Hogue.
Mrs. Molllo Hosenham of Tlend
spent a few dnvs last week with her
mother. Mrs. If. H Hogue
nil! Drown Is having his "round
up" in Lee Rlgg's corrals, this week
Floyd Phillips and Isaac Zlcroff
8 pent Sunday with llurr Illack.
Olo O. Drogsvold spont Thursday
night with W.'T. Harrison.
Vorn Hoffman and wife aro over
nt A. D. Ixgan's for a few months.
M. D. Knutsen of Uend was out
A. T. Framo and I. L. Owen spent
Saturday evening with JJlnok and
Mesdames Harmon and Harrison
went to Imperial on business Mon
day. Mrs. W. T. Harrison spent a fern
davg with her mother, Mrs. Luoluda
Dlack. last week.
A. II. Hunting came In from Dend
Saturday. He met his-, son, A. L.
Hunting, who camo out to h's home
stead near Hustlemore.
A. T Sbavor has a new aulcmoblle.
Mrs. A. 8. Fogg Is .lumrov.v! at
this writing. '
I. L. Owen is fixing to enlaro bis
Melvln Crow left Sunday morning
for Dend whero he will meet his sis
ters. MUsos Lora and Eva, who have
boon attending Hcrcoi in Po Ell,
THE WHITE IS
Ivy polsontns, swetllnc
of tho nih. bttct and
stints of InitcU, stiff
nck and Um bcfc
should U trat4 wltU
it niutrallxta eolions. sub
due Inflammation, relaxes con
tracted muscles and restores
healthy conditions. For heal-
inr cuts, wounds, burns or
scalds, there, is nothing Ilka It
In the whole list, or curative
arcnts. It cures by a mud
sower that is more nctivo
man ids stronir. nann lini
ments. When rubbed In fori
rheumatic oalnr. neuralgia or I
sciatica. Its wonderful penetrat-j
Inc and relieving- Influence; Is I
vtrr frratlfylnr. It is an all
around household liniment tbat
is useful in, a tnousana way
and Its application Is always
followed ur benenciai results.
Price 23. 60c aad f 1X0.
Uso Stephens Eye
6or Hyaa. It
fRnerlnl to Tho Bulletin)
FREMONT. June'' 13. Fremont
lias a Iswn tennis oourt.
W. B. McCnllum has been run
ning the grubbor on the Fish place
A. J. Foster has been In Fremont
assessing this week.
E. F Tearce went to tho mill this
weV w'h Ieo Leaoh.
The Fremont band has been doing
pome fine work getting ready for tho
Fourth of July,
Mrs. Hattlo Sherman of Qroen
dalo spent two days In Fremont Inst
week and left Sunday morning for
Wi' Walls W"Mnistpn. tohe gone
until the first of September.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
PLAINVII5W. Juno 14. Mr. Wal
ker of Salem spent several days this
week at tho home of Ouy McCaltls
ter. Mrs. Powelson and Mr. and Mrs.
Witt were callers at the Knicker
bocker home Sunday.
Funde McCalllster transacted bus!
ne in Hedn'ond Monilnv.
Mrs. Ed Oillett and little grand
dnuRlitoi, Qrace, left Monday for
Haubsel Huglips spent tho even
ing nt the Strahm home.
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both LOCK and CHAIN
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OREGON and WASHINGTON
Directory of each City. Town and
Villas. Stvlns- deecrlWIve ikelch o(
each place, location, population, tele
graph, atiipplnr and bankinr point)
Jm Claulfled Dlrclory, compiled by
builntai and proieulon.
It. U VOIK CO flRATTLB
OVER C3 YCARO'
Anrone temllnc a klr h end dMcriplion mif
tileklr arriititi ur o'"ii ( wlioilivr an
iVVfilVtfl U tf-hn.f r lllhl, (I'NinttidlnL
IKinlrirtlroiiU(!oiitll. HAKDUOOX onl'aieuu
exit lr. iiMmi mftii'f fuftwuninrtxKHOf.
I'AtauU taken tbruuitli tluun ft Co. IKlre
$p4tkl miAU; wlll.outclnfin, lu the
A hanilwimelr ltlfitrlet wklf. Ijiretft Hr.
niUtiuii ( anr fiemmo l"iirnl, lerno, II a
furl Inur niMilba, II. UvMlijall newedMleta.
The Dairy Commissioner rules that
MUST BE MARKED
Dairy Butter full weight given in
ounces and the name and address of
the. maker. Do yours comply with
the law? If not,' have some printed
" that do. s
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Spcolnl to Tho Ilullotln)
Ct.OVlCHDAl.K. Juno 1R. R
Wnldron was tloluK business In Hod
A. Tomploton nnd K. Hulilo of Sis
tors, spent thu llrsl of tho wuok lu
C. Cnrson nnd wlfo, Corwln nnd
Kloronco Wnldron nro BpundnR tho
wook nt tho Lukes nnd on tho Motol
itts. H. Troyor nnd family from Motol
lun worn In Olovordnlo Buntlny.
I.. (I. Uruliu wns In Itodttiond Wed
nondny. lint lltllo hud to bo ropliuitod on
account of froHt In this muitlou.
Thurn will be n Uhlldruu'H Duy
piuitrnm given ut tho Clovorditlo
Bohmil houso nuxt Hundiiy uudsr thu
mnunKoiuont of Mis. HuriiHldr.
Tho mm of .1. 19. llyois nnd wife,
with his family, arrived last week
nnd will rosldo lu this hooIIou ami
huy Inter If ho Ilium the country.
Cloverdnle Council Club will inset
Trldny eveuliiK nt tho club houss.
Tho Htihjeet for discussion Is Alfalfa
Its production and Iwst uhkh on the
farm, participated lu by many. This
.Will lie followed by a short business
session after which a short nnislcalo
under the leadership of Kleiinor
(Irtilm will closo the evening. The
next moetlUR will be two weeks Inter.
The lllvetts were Itedmond callers
POWKhli IIUTTIC, Juno 111. Mrs.
i:. A. llussntt nnd .Miss l"y returned
Tuesdny from n visit In Hedmond.
Miss Vloln Truesdnlu worked ns
substitute In tho tntcrnpli oillco at
Vli'wle lluinplnoy lout n inllk cow
from blunt Inst week.
Mrs, 10. J, Hauuderri and H. J, Haun
(Icim, mother mid brotlier of ICurl
Hauudoru. cnino lit Thursday from.
Pendleton, and will spend soinn tints
vIhIIIiik at tho Hiuiuilur'H homo.
Mlsa Hell MontKoluery visited
friends In U'erroboiine Innt week.
The ono nijlo of roMil between
(Continued on paKo tl.)
What's the Use
of frolKlitlriirKrocories from
Uond froo of chnrKti?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Kumi'tiiber thu placo, nunr
28 inllo post, llontl to
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
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TIMKS INJURED UY KALLINO TIMHEHB OR C0.MIIU8T1I1I.1-: INTERIOR
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