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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Bpoclnl to Tho llullotln).
HAMPTON, Juno 23. Mr. an J
Mr. K. M. Peek returned rom llond
laM, veek. .
MImca Bvn and' Lora Crow havo
returned homo from Vo. 1211, Wash
ington, whoro tho- havo fJeen attond
Hurloy Hoguo or llond visited his
family hero Saturday and 8unday.
Paul Hold, or Hold, wan In Hamil
ton on luifllncRs last Tuesday.
J. L. Owen hits Just rccolvod a
four homo load or grain to soil.
Miss Darlo llurton spent Ian Sun
day with tho Misses Crow.
Win. Honstcy Is cutting wood Tor
C H. Harmon.
I. L, Owen ia having lumber haul
ed for an addition to his store. Mr.
Owen will noon havo charge or tho
post odlco hbro.
C. I). Harmon recently mado a trip
to 11111 Hrown'a to order a new mow-'
Mack. Harrison and Phillips
bought a now mower laat weak.
Mrs. C. II. Harmon wont to Impor
lal Saturday atternoon.
Mrs. lllack is having her lumber
hauled ror her houso on Lliard creek.
Loulo Miller and Isaac ZlcrofT
mado proof on their homesteads Fri
day before Commissioner Fogg.
Melvln Crow has a new mower and
rake. Ho In tho first to commonco
harvesting In this neighborhood.
Mr. Davis or Held mado proof on
his homestead Tuesday.
E. V. rjllllam, who has beon car
rying malt from Hampton to Held,
has been appointed carrier from
Prlnevlllo to Fife. Mr. Gilliam will
ruovo to Prlnevlllo next week. Ho
has given great satisfaction and all
regret having him leave.
Mrs. Nelson Crow and daughters.
Lor a and Eva, Miss Darlo llurton and
Lavo Spurbcck went picnlclng Satur
day. They report a lino time.
E. M. Peck and son Albion spent
Saturday night at Fisher Logan's.
A. L. Hunting Is building a house
on his homestead. lie is planning
on fencing forty acres tho next fow
The .recent rreexe did quite a bit
or damage to homesteadors in all di
rections. Thoso who in tho past
seemed favored, suffered alike this
time with all.
Mr. and Mrs. Erallo Van Lako will
work-at the May's ranch for tho next
Win. Ashley and Wm, McCune
from tho Uutto, were in Hampton
Messrs. Travis and Rlechel or
Frederick Butte wore in Hampton on
Sunday. They are drilling ror water
on their claim. After going 200
feet they lost their bit and had to
Btart a now hole.
C. D. Harmon is going to Bend by
way or PcJnevllle this week.
Her. C. A. Harris has Just finished
fencing tho claim of Mrs. Luck Hicks.
Every ono Is planning on having
a good tlroe tho Fourth. Tho annual
picnic wilt bo held at Hampton store.
The "Hampton baseball nine will play
Mrs. E. E. Hassett of Portland 's
expected in Hampton today to prove
up on her claim.
riert Meoks passed hero today with
n windmill ror his new well.
Wm. Searcy, who got his hand
badly mashed at A. T. Shaver's well
drill, whiio thoy were drilling ror P
II. Johnson or Mllllcan. is getting
along alright. He was In Hampton
Harold Fogg and Thomas Harri
son mado a trip to Dry Lako Sunday
way to Ilend to boo hor son, Goorgn,
wno Is bolng treated at that plnco
Amos Dllly and daughters, who
havo boon visiting relatives horo, left
Thursday tor their homo at Goshen,
Mr. and Mrs. George Couch woro
cations nt tho homo ot Mr. aud Mrs.
J. L. Couch Wednesday.
Hobort Davis or Plalnvlow passed
through Sunnysldo on his way to
K. M. Maclahlan nnd wife moved
from Camp No. 6 to Camp No. 7 on
Ellas Kurt who has had charge ot
tho King Itanth, has sold out nnd
gono to their old homo at Dayton,
Mrs. Marlon nnd ramlly were tho
guests ot Mrs. J. L. Couch Sunday.
Jay Thompson ot .Laldlaw visited
at tho homo or J. P. Haley Sunday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON I1UTTE, Juno 27.
Mr. Young of Alkali passed through
with his car last Sunday on his wny
homo from Bend.
Allco ilrooklngs returned to her
homo after spending a week with hor
brother and family.
Mr. John Mercer brought In a load
of supplies to hie homo.
Mr Hopkins of Benjamin Lako
had tho misfortune to break down
his wagon while on the way home
from Bend with a load of supplies.
N. S. Brown has his woll and gnao
lino engtno pumping outfit In run
ning ordor now.
Mr. Gtlhnm leaves for Prlnev'llo
today whoro he will take up tits du
ties as mall carrier between Prlno
vllle nnd Fife. Mr. Gilliam has been
mnll carrier for Hampton and Holy
at tor a number or years and mado
his last trips on theso routes thU
past week. P. Dcncer will now car
ry tho mall from Hold to Hampton
and Rolyat. The Rolyat-Flfo route
has been discontinued and Ttolynt
wilt get their mail by way of Hamp
ton. Iko Zlcroff made final proof on his
homestead last week beforo Commls-
quite n hard frost visited thtn vi
cinity last Saturday night. Fall ryo
was slightly damaged.
Miss Knto Brtckoy Is having forty
Miss Evn Michel is helping Mrs.
BrookltiRs this wook with hor sowing.
Bert Meoks returned Inst Monday
with n load of freight for the Brook
ings Hotel nnd store. Ho also brought
n windmill which ho purchased
through A, T. Shnvor.
Mr. and Mrs. Woods returned from
Bond with a load of supplies.
Jim Hrlckey assisted Bort Meoks
In putting up his windmill towor.
P. C. Stewart orb sold his home
stead cabin nnd barn to Mr. Gilliam.
Miss Eva Mlohol nnd Wm. Spoil
man hnve opened a road on their cast
line which open Into tho Bond-Burns
road near Mr. Spellmau'a house.
Hampton Butto and Lost Crock
ball teams will piny ball today on
their ball ground near Black Bros.
Paul Brookings hna summer fal
lowed 75 acres this summer.
Mr. Plnkus registered nt tho Brook
ings Hotel laat Wednesday on Jils
way to Bend.
(Special to Tho llullotln)
CLOVEUDALE, Juno 2D. G. liar
Icy Fryroar nnd Alvnh Tompleton
havo gono to Pcndloton for tho har
vest. Tho Byors' family spent Sunday on
L. G. Grubo and family nnd N.
Kruchok nnd family spent Sunday
flailing In tho Deschutes.
D. McGregor and E. Waldron havo
bought a r-irvustor
It I lower and wlfo were trading In
J. Gottor, L. G Grubo. N Kruchok,
D McGregor and E. Wnldron nro
building hay derricks, nnd haying
will soon, bo stnrtod In this section.
l.eoln' Kates and Lola Goyor from
Prlnevlllo spout tho week with Flor
ence Wnldron. Miss Tomplaton ot
Sisters nntortnliiod tor thorn Wednes
day evening. Mrs. McKlunoy outer
mined nt Sunday dinner nnd Mr, and
Mrs, C. Carson gave a plonsnnt even
ing for them Sunday. Miss Kstes
will tench In tho Bend district next
year nnd Miss Goyor will teach tho
third grndo In Joseph.
A big drovo of sheep pnsHcd
through Oloverdalu on their wny to
tho mountains Monday,
Leln thner, I.eola Nto, Violet
MeKtniiey, Hnznt Templeton and
Florence Wnldron spent n few days
nt tho Altondnlo ranch on tho Metol
lus. Florence Wnldron left ror Prlne
vlllo Tuesday, whoro she will sfiond
THE WHITE IS
(Special to The Bulletin.)
HBMSTAD. June 2-i The fir-
great event or the valley occurred
Saturday, June 21, when a largo
crowd assembled at tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. C. tlrabler where a tur
key dinner was given and all the
other good things to oat that go with
the bird. Tho event was ror several
wedding anniversaries and blrthdavs.
Tho following guests attended: Mr.
and Mrs. Slgmund Orgler, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Klelnfeldt and baby. Mr,
nnd Mrs. Geo. II. Fogg. Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Borger. Mrs. J. H. Klelnfeldt and
children. Mrs. H. J. Klelnfeldt.
Messrs. Wlllard, Edwin and Merle
Hethorn and their sister, Mrs. Hazel
Ne. and son. E. Densmore, B. A.
Dickson, J. S. Fulklner. Olaf Hem
Btad and II. W. Revelle.
In the oveulug a largo crowd as
sembled at the home or Mr. and Mrs.
S. Orgler whero dancing was the
amusement with several couples from
Imperial and Hampton. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Montgomery oamo civor
from Imperial lu their car to attend
the dance at Mr. orgler's Saturday
E. Densmore took supner with Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. A. Grabler Sunday even
ing. C. E. Klelnfeldt is building a large
C. E. and J. H Klelnfeldt and P.
A. Grabler have gone tq Prlnevlllo
this week on business.
Hethorn brothers and their alitor,
Mrs. Nye, made a business trip to
Bend this week.
We aro enjoying a fine rain this
week with crops looking good.
InJIftitlon, Dad Dreath, Dlttl
nts. Vmljo (blind itacrrt).
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
& TlrJ. Dlacoumctd Faallnr
or alt symptoms ot a Torpid
la aa Enlv I.lrcr Toado sad
Its powerful revlvlnir lnflu.
enco In th torplJ liver brings
on an ImmeJUlo Improvement.
Tou feel better at once. Tho
bowels novo freely so that the
impurities which havo cloKstd
ud tho digestive) organs find an
outlet, wnca me sritem has
been thus Durlflfd. tho bilious.
hair alclc feeling disappears, tho
complexion clears, tho breath
becomes sweet, tho mind alert
and cboerful and thero Is a fine
reeling of exhilaration ail
tsrougu tuo body.
I'rlca COo vr Dottle.
Use Stephens Eye
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(Special to The Dullotin)
SUNNYBIDE, June 29. Carl
Schwab is assisting Fred Wilson on
his ranch at present Mr. Wilson
has put in an extensive flume and is
uow ready to irrigate on a large
Vern Wooley who has been em
ployed on the Tumalo Irrigation Pro
ject left Monday for his homo at
Springfield, Oregon. He made the
trip on homo haok.
Mr. Wesley and family of Eugene.
Oregon, havo moved to Camp No. 7
whero he will be employed on tho
Irrigation Project. Mr. Wesley ownu
n lino farm near Sisters, Oregon,
Mrs. Crawford of Plnlnvlew passed
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Dairy Butter full weight given in
ounces and the name and address of T
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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Spoolnl to Tho llullotln.)
rOWKM. 1IUTTB, Juno 28. Tho
first outlliiR of nUnlfn will liogln In
thin section tomorrow, Cnrt lllulr
an tho Whltmnn "80" In tho rlvor
hotl wilt tionln hnyltiK liiuiiotlliUoly,
1), A. I'ltttcrson who linn liuon sluk
for tho pitsl two oakn In ulioiit
Tho niiniinl suhool uiootlnR was
holtl In llutto Vnlloy District on Juno
2tth, nnd tho followliiK onirors oloct
tul: director for thrun ytmrs, A, I).
Morrill nmt clork . W, lllulr. (ho
othor two tllroctorn lining J, I, Join's
niul N. II, Ilonoh.
J, I. Ilowinun niul Hosn Davis ox
poet to stnrt this wevk for Uumiiilt
Divvo Trnvls wns visiting In tho
notfthhorhoori Inst wook,
Irvln Hlnlr wus out from Iliitlintind
to tnko pnrt In tho Imll uniiio plnyotl
nt tho Tawoll llutto post olllco tutlny.
Cnrl Olinrltou wns cnptnlii of tho
wlnulnR ttmtn with n scoro of 17 to
1(1. Cnrl lllalr wnn cnntnln or tho
losing nitln. Whnlovor is InoklnR In
nulonco nt thoso kiiiups Is inndo up
for In ronl fun.
J. I', llownmn trntlrtl hornon with
Molvln Fostor Inst wvok, niul Honh
Dnvln trntlod ponies with Orn Kimtor.
Win. Johnson Is propurliiR to limvo
soon ror n trip through llnrnoy county.
(Spoolnl to Tho llullotln)
POWi'hL IIUTTi:, Juno 80.Mr.
nnd Mrs, John Hkolti, Mr. and Mrs,
UoiirIow, Mr, mid Mrs. (I, 0. Trtion
tin lo, Mrs, H. I). Mustnrd, Mis, J. P.
Itlco, Miss Josilo Hkoln mid Vliiln
Truosdnlo nro locnl friends of Out
Donlnvy fmully who nttundml tho olt
noiiulos of tho Into Mrs. Donlnvy at
Council HIiIko fnrui, Clluo 1'nlln on
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