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TI1K REND BULLETIN, nKND.OUK., WEDNESDAY, JULY IB, 1011.
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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
8pcclnl to Tho nutlottn)
POWELL DUTTE. July 13. Dr.
Thco. Rolnnlcy, tho Redmond vctortn
nrv, wn n urofcaMonnl visitor out
this way Wednesday.
Earl Snundors and family and J.
U. Warner and family loft tho foro
part ot last woolt on a camping and
llnhlnR trip nbovo Rend.
Mlsa Maliol Allen was hostess to
the Powell llutto Sorosla Wednesday.
Owing to tho busy season the atten
dance was not largo. Howovor, those
present had a very enjoyahlo tlmo.
Uosldoa members, Miss Allen enter
tained Mlsa Mlnnlo Allen and Mrs.
J. L. Gibson. Refreshments wore
served. Tho next mooting Is with
Mrs. N. P. Alley.
Harold Mooro. young son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. L. Moore, sustained sor
lous injutrlen Wednesday whllo at
tempting to separate two mad boars.
One of tho animals turned nnd at
tacked him. severely lacerating his
leg. Dr. Hosch of Redmond was
called and found It necessary to
chlorform hla patient 'n order to tako
tho required number of stitches and
dress the wound, which ho said was
the worst hog bite that had over come
to his attention. At this writing
Harold Is recovering nicely and will
poon be llo to he about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathot arrived
from Tacoma, Wash., Thursday even
ing. Tht-s Is the lattcr'a first trip
to Central Oregon as Mrs. Mathot,
tho young couple having been mar
ried recently. They will mako their
homo on tho farm Jointly owned by
Mr. Mathot and tho bride's father,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Young of Red
mond camo out Saturday evening for
a Sunday visit with tho Wlllcoxon
family, returning Sunday evening.
Reeves Wlllcoxon was a business
visitor to Deschutes Saturday.
Tho bulk of the first cutting of
hay la stacked and tho second crop la
coming on at a rapid rate.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Llndqulst and fam
llv, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and fam
ily, Mrs. Robert Ellis. Clydo Mooro
nnd Mr. Benson surprised Mr. and
Mrs. Mathot, newry weds, by going
to their home Saturday evening
where after a time of sociability, re
freshments of ice cream and cake.
provided by the visitors was served
n. Manceau left Saturdav morning
Tor a visit In Tacoma. Mrs. Man
ceau will accompany him upon his
A commltteo to select a aultablo
place for the Sunday school picnic
explored Crooked river Sunday and
selected tho old Btage station near
O'Neill. The picnic will be held
Wednesday July 29 and will be par
ticipated In by both the local and
Mrs. Anna noetger Is out from
Redmond visiting her brother Frank
nnd Geo. Klwler and their families.
Miss Edna Allnv loft Mondav morn
ing for Opal City where she will
make a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Pat
ton. Mrs. L. J. Alley camo in from
Woodland, Wash., Monday morning
to visit with her son, N. P. Alley and
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Van Doren and
Raymond wero guests at the J. F.
Illco homo Sunday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
FREMONT July 12. F. A. Ever
ett, the band loader, of Fremont, was
over from Fleetwood lost Friday
Tho Fremont sawmill has boon
running nearly every day this wenk.
Mrs. J. S. Potter hns returned to
Fremont after several months visit
ing In Portland.
G. V. Glaze found his lost calf at
the E. P. ranch among tho dairy
W. E. McCallum has been putting
up a water tank and piping his houso.
There was a dance at the homo of
Mrs. Pollock last Friday night.
Geo. Guild, of tho Fremont band,
left for his homo In Oakland, Cali
fornia, this week.
Charles Harett Is In Fremont for
Charles Jackson bought George
H. A. Chapman sold Frank Pease
two fine young pigs last week.
The whoat orop that was frost bit
ten Is coming out nicely.
ley do some fencing sovcrnl days
A. McKeown hns built n houso on
his homestead tho past week.
Mrs. C. Hlnman called on Mra. C.
W. Ashbaugh last Wednesday.
Oscar IluUoln returned to his
homestead In this vaUor nftor ow
ing out sovcrnl months. Mr. Uutseln
Is Mrs. Fred Miller's brother.
Jas, Wells of Pleasant vnlloy, was
ovor last Monday to got hla woll
equipment which tho trucks brought
as fnr as Ilrooklngs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Fonts wero cnl
lore nt tho Ilrooklngs' homo last
Thursday. They also purchased pro
visions at tho store.
Miss Kmlly Schroder Is visiting In
P. Dencer made hla first trip last
Thursday over tho Rolyat-Hold stago
Quito a crowd gathered nt tho
ninck brothers cabin tho afternoon
ot tho 27th to witness tho hall gamo
between staurrcr and Hampton Hutto
teams. The gnmo resulted In n score
of 1" to 31 In rnvor of Stauffcr. After
tho ball gamo tho crowd went to tho
homo ot A. McKeown and n picnic
dinner was spread which ovcryono on
Joyed. Tho evening was passed In
dancing, the hiusic being furnished
by tho "Mac" orchestra. At mid
night n basket Bupper was given
Eleven baskets wero sold. In this
way J 20 was raised for tho bo no tit
of the ball teams.
A number of people of this vlclnltv
colobrated tho Fourth at Stauffor.
good tlmo la reported. A picnic din
ner was spread on tho lawn consist
ing ot an nbundanco of good things
to cat. Including bananas, ornngas
and lemonade. In tho afternoon A.
Rlchel arrived with his truck, bring
ing 10 gallons of Ico cream, which
was tho greatest treat of the day. At
3 p. m. tho ball gnmo took placo
which resulted In n scoro of IT to S3
In favor of Stauffcr. After tho ball
gnmo tho races were In order. Thoao
entering the horso raco wero Jlmmlo
Hrlckley, Roy Fonts. Jas. Wells.
Chns. Stauffor. Harold McFuddon and
Hert Mceka. Crazy Jane, ridden by
Mr. Stauffcr, took first prlzo ana
"Black Clipper' ridden by Sir. Meeks
took second prize. Foot races result
ed as follows: Men's raco won oy
Perry Hartoon, ladles' raco by Mary
stauffcr, 3 legged race by Pago Staur
fer and Harold McFaddcn. Roy's
raco by Ted Stauffcr. girl's raco by
Hnzel Rodcs. In the evening tho
young people enjoyed a socle! dnnco.
A refreshing rain visited this vicin
ity last Friday. ,
visiting tho Troyers nt tho bond of
Sunday Rohool will bo at 10:30 n.
in. noxt Sunday.
E. L. Wnldrnn niado n business
trip to Redmond Snturdny.
Mr. Hyora spent n fow days with
J. P. DuokettH nt tholr camp near
Suttlo 1-nko. They caught many good
fish thrco collectively weighing 33
Florence Waldron returned from
Harry Hunr and wlfo wero In Red
Tho Uyora' Indies worn making
their Drat calls In tho neighborhood
Frank Kolloy resigned from tno
school board nnd a special election
was hold Saturday to till tho vacan
cy. Clydo Johnson wns elected by n
An eight pound bov wns born to
tho wlfo of George Rivets Sunday
evening. Mothor nnd child are do
Haying Is now In full blast In this
section with n bumper crop und holp
McCulstou of Ilond.
Girl's rncotllrls under IS. Won
by Nina Evnns. Prlio, box of rlan
powder, daunted by tho Patterson
Drug Company of Ilond.
Qunrtor mllo pony rnco Winner
of" 1st prlxo, lllrdsong, winner of 3d
prlzo, o. A. Day. Flrnt prlzo, order
for $3.00 hat donated by tho R. M.
Smith Co. of Ilond. Second prlzo,
sack of Hour, donated by tho Ilond
Halt mllo horao race First prize
won by Dick Rhodes. Socoud nrlin
won by J. Mtlllron. First prize, bond
stnll donated by Hughos nnd 8tovon
son or Prlnovllo. Second prlzo riding
bit donated by E. W. Thoruthwalto ol
As no bucking horses woro outorod
for the bucking contest other rncos
Second U-iullo horso raco 1st
winner K. lllrdsong, 2nd winner Horn
nor Houston. First prize, 3 oash do.
niited by tho Ilond Livery and Auto
Co. of Ilond,
Second H mllo rnco 1st won by
(Special to The Bulletin.)
ALFALFA, July H Ralph Smock
has secured a four year contract for
earning the mall on the Alfafla Star
Tho Alfalfa post office was mado
a money order office July 1st.
Ray Gucrln has taken possession
of the Gucrln ranch. His wlfo nnd
children have come and will mako
this their home for the present.
Bend treatod Its Fourth of July
visitors most royalty, even tho ball
team admits It.
Mr. and Mrs, Richards havo mov
ed to Bend.
Miss Kathryn Dinger left last week
Harvest Is Just about over. Somo
had a better yield of alfalfa than us
ual this year, whllo with others It wns
not so good. The cold weather nnd
frosts kept things back. Ever) thing
bids fair for a big second crop.
Misses Sclmn Nelson nnd Edna
Martin, who have been visiting Miss
Nelllo Martin nt her homestead on
the high desert, left today for Grand
view. Edgar Bnrnes, who has taught the
Alfalfa school for two years will
teach at Culver this winter.
M. L. Pyatt has sold his ranch near
(Special to The Bulletin.)
CLOVEIDALE. July H. Frank
Kelly and family spent tho week end
THE FOURTHAT PRINGIE
Many Prizes Were Donated by Item!
Even the weather man has Joined
tho Prlngle Flats Improvement Club
nnd was as busy as anybody on tho
National holiday providing Just tho
right amount ot shndo and sunshluo,
which resulted in a model temper
ature. In fact he prepared tho raco track
tho night before by giving It n gener
ous sprinkling. And whero this am
iable, nctlvo membor left off, the din
er membors took up tho work nnd no
detail from pink taffy to tho dancing
pavilion was neglected.
Tho merchnnts of Bond will be ro
membered for their generosity ,n
providing prizes for tho races, nnd
tho fact will not bo overlooked when
the Pringlo pcoplo go shopping.
Theso Interesting ovents Wero us
Fifty yard dash Boys under 15.
Winner of first rite, Robert Plcrson.
Winner ot second prlzo, Kenneth Lar
kin. Prize, ball and bat donated by
O'Donncll Brothers ot Bend and a
ball bat donated by the Wlnneck Co.
Fifty yard dash Girls under IS.
Wlnnor of 1st prlzo, Blanoh Larkln,
prize, largo bottlo of perfume, do
nated by tho Patterson Drug Co! nf
Sack raco-Winner of 1st prlzo, Da
vid Kennedy. Wlnnor of second, Mr.
Henry Larkln. First prlzo, merchan
dise order for $1.00, donated by
Mnnnhelmor Brothers of Bond. Sec
ond prize. One year's subscription to
Tho Bond Bulletin, donated by Tho
Potato race Winner of 1st, Guy
Davis. Wlnnor of second. Joo Gar-
sko. Prizes, knlfo donated by the W.
F. King Co. of Prlnovlllo and ordar
from tho Patterson Drug Co. of Bond.
Women's rnco GO yard dash, won
by Blanch Larkln, prize Plymouth'
Rock hon and rooster, donatod by tho
Club Cnfe of Bend.
Men's raco 100 yard dash First
winner J. Pousch. Second winner II
Carlln. First prize, faney box of
hose, donated by A. L. French of
Bend. Seeond prlo 1 pair of tennis
shoos donated by Foster and Hyde,
Thrco loggod raco Won by Lar
kln and Nelson. Prize, box nf cigars
donated by Carmody Brothers of
Ladles' nail driving contest. Won
by Mrs. Marrlon. Prlzo. a hammer,
donated by tho Skuso Hardware Co.
180 pound raco for mon 100
yards. Won by K. Nelson, prize,
tneerchaum pipe, donated by B. A.
Bather of Bend.
Tug of war Won by Prlngle Plata
team, prlzo box of cigars, donatod by
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
RIVER, July C Mr. A. II. Tay
lor Is home spending a few days. He
Tlved here on the morning of the
Haying season will soon start
W. Martin Just returned from Bend
where he spent a dav or two.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Evans called on
Mr. and Mm. A. Taylor Sunday even
Mrs. A. Davis entertains the La
tllCB Country Club and tho Pioneer
Club Wednesday, In honor
jr of he:
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE. July 6 E.
Plnkus and Pago Stauffor were gueatb
at tho Brookings Hotel Sunday.
Mrs. Caroline Smith made final
proof ort lief homestead last Tuesday
before Commissioner Fogg. Earl
Rogers and Mlsa Bessie Sheppard
were her witnesses.
Miss Alice Brookings of Stauffer
came over Sunday and took a car for
Bend Sunday, returning Monday.
E. L. Cook ha returned to his home
nftcr being out several weeks.
Charlie Davis of 8tauffer was over
on business last Wednesday.
Mrs. J. BHckley visited nt tho
Brookings' homo last Wednesday.
Earl Rogora returned from Bend
last Monday bringing a new binder.
Bort Meeks helped Jlmmlo Brick-
Sat, July 25, 1914
17 Milk Cows, 10 Calves, 1 Span
Mares, 3 Geldings, 2 Yearling Colts,
One Largo Cream Boparator, 2 Sots
Work llnrness, 1 Slnglo Buggy, t"
Two Seated Surrey, Mower and Rake,
1 Binder, Hogs, etc.
Six Months Time on Bankable Notes '
Where Purchase I'rico is Over
' ;-'REK LUNCH AT NOON.
John Strahm Sh Sbh
Owners, Gist, Oregon, ,, '
Seven Miles Kouth-Enst of Sinters.
Morris. 2nd won by llnokomnn. lnl
prlxo $S donated by tho llnnd Nation
nt Bank. 2nd prlzo, 1 pair of gaunt
let gloves, donatod by C, W, KIUIhh
Wnltxtng content. First prlxo wan
nwardod to John tlnrsky and Mrs.
Whlttakor. Second prlzo wns award
ed to Mr, and Mrs. Cnrpnntnr. IkI
prlzo for Indies, hnndnonto lonthm1
hand bag, donntud by F. A, llonnott
of Bond. Second prlzo for Indies, 1
pair of gloves, donated by Clifton U
Comott of Prlnovlllo. First prlxo for
mon, 1 dross shirt donated by thu
Prlnovlllo Mercnntllo Co. Second
prlzo for men $1 In cash donated by
Tho DoRcliutcn Stain llnttk of Bond.
During (ho day tho Indies nerved n
catotorla luncheon, tho piouuods of
which will go to tho now hull. Thli
was liberally patronized.
Tho foundation of thu now hall
wns completed and In use for danc
ing, which began at 8 o'clock nnd the
floor waB crowded from start to fin
ish. A ball gamo wan played with tliti
Dry Lako team and was won by thu
Prtngln Flats team For that event,
tho Skuso Hnrdwnrn Co. furnished n
chest protector nnd tho Bond Hnrd
wnrn Co. n glove and bat.
It Is estimated (hat about A00 puo
plo attended tho celebration.
Coppor Noti'Ilust tin nnd gnlvn
nliod, Skuso Hardware Oo, Adv,
There Is llonllng In Foley Kidney
You nood a mighty good iiiedloltii)
If your kidney nro oxhaiislod by ne
glect nnd overwork, nnd you lmvo gut
It In Foley Kidney Plllii, Their uu
tlon In prompt, honllng and tunic,
Hound health ami sound kldnnya rol
low their uso. Try thorn, Patterson
Drug Co. Adv,
What's the Use
of froluhtlnjf KfocorloH from
Ilond froo of chnrKo?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Iloinoinhor tho plnco, near
28 mllo post, Bend to
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
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