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CENTRAL OREQONv-NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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MVKltfl. Jiilv 20. Mrs. Ma Nlfel.
con ontcrtnlood tho Ladles' County
Ciuu ni nor noino mai wcdncmiav.
The election of oulcero took place,
nil fornjer pnicor being r,o-oldcted.
A delicious! luncheon was Bcrveil nnd
enjoyed by nil.
Mrs. It. Cunningham will leavo
hero soon for a fow weeks' tny nt
tho Held roach.
Tho wlio.it nolds around horo make
n fairly Rood showing nt tho present
An addition Is lielnR built to tho
Mr. and Mr. Max Nlelson will en
Joy a mess of green peas from tholr
garden In a day or so.
Mr. Louis has started to Paulina
where ho expects to holp harvest.
Tho I C. C. will colonrate their
first anniversary by rIvIor r banquet
at tho school house August 1.
Tho people horo aro suffering con
siderably from the heat theoo warm
summer days. It has often been as
high as 90 In tho shade lately.
The Itallmoyer freighting outfit
returned from Ucnd Thursday oven
Ing with a load of groceries tor tho
Rivers store. y
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HELD. July 20. Warron Llbby
Will finish haying today. Ho will
have nearly 60 tons when all Is In
Miss Tllancho Lark In and Miss
Ruth Cutting, a friend from Portland
called on Miss Grace Faughta oHiear
Creek last Tuesday.
A. Gay struck water at tho depth
of 21 feet In his well.
Lloyd Baker will begin to harvest
his crop of rye on Monday. lie has
ubout 45 acres of splendid rye.
O. Ilcelic, from this vicinity, la
working for Floyd Houston who lives
Mrs. II. Brans has some lovely car
nations and panslcs In bloom the
first hero this season.
The nro crop ha been exceptionally
good this year thanks to tho number
of spring rains and good weather we
Wayne, Jack and Kenneth Larkln
visited at tho Taylor home last Tuesday.
Little Eva Hickman has been very
HI for tho last week or two, but Is
Bllghtly better now.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON, July 20 J. L. Owen
Is still on tho sick list.
J. P. Wllqvct and son Arthur,
Floyd Phillips, llurr Rlnek and W.
T. Harrison loft this morning for
Maury's mountain whore thoy will
get four loads of lumber.
Ole O. Drogavold of llusllomoro
was In Hampton Friday.
Mrs. C. 11. Harmon went to Print
vlllo last week on business.
A. T. Frnmo Is-ln Bend on iusncs
Wnf. McGuno was In I0niptoii SU
unlay on business
A, S. Fjgg la hauling ilinikar. rhr a
now barn. '
Mrs. Anderson and children at
tainted Sunday sohool nt this plane
Mrs. Loulo Miller Is very slc,k at
Prof. A. L. Huti'lui; or rnhln;tnn
har been elected sehoo' teacher of
District No. ?S.
Mr. Kins of Dry Lako was in
Hampton yestorday. .
John Whlttakor spent Saturday
with V. T. Harrison.
Elmor Peck was helping Isaac Zlor
off put up hay a few daya last week.
rturr Itlack killed a largo rattle
snake In tho Huttes last wcok.
tho valley twice thu past wook.
V. 11. McAduw Is cutting hay on
Karl Powers Is cutting hay tor A,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oconto, Einartjou woro
stoppers In Mlllloan Thursday.
George Mllllcnn went ' to Pear
(Jrcck Saturday to bo Bono several
RUNNYHIDW. S ,
(Spoclat to The Bulletin.)
SUNNY81DU. July 2C Knglnuor
Woltou hhM taken n crow of mon toJ
worK on tno ouuoi or urnior i.gko.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
DRY LAKE. July 11-18. Bill
Brown. Miss Street, Mrs. Wlnslow
and Miss Schroder from Buck Creek
were Dry Iako visitors Wednesday.
John Pouch from Ibex, was a vis
itor at tho Q. A. Garske home Sun
R. Wlttlgcr has left for Camp
Creek, where ho will bo employed on
the "May ranch" during the" harvest
Charles Ivey. superintendent of
lllll Brown's ranch here, was a Buck
Creek visitor Thursday.
Dick Roady was a Barnes visitor
Mr. Miller was a caller at C. Beng
Charles Ivey was a visitor at the
Garske home Saturday.
Miss Laura Peterson, who has been
employed at Camp Creek for the last
few weeks, made a short visit at home
the first part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexandra visited
Mr. and Mrs. McVelty Sunday.
Mrs. G. A. Garske Is confined to
her bed with a badly bruised kneo,
caused lr a severe fall last Monday.
Miss Mario Wit User had a nar
row escape last Saturday from being
drowned In a spring near her home,
while drawing water. Her cries for
. help were beard by 8wan Swanson,
a neighbor, who happened to be psss
Ing at tho time of the accident and
went to her aid.
Dry Lako bachelors aro plann'ng a
"Harvest" dance for the. near future.
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
LOST CREEK. July 50. Ernest
Hester came In from Seattle, whoro
ho spent tho last five munthB. Ho
brought In nn automobllo from Port
land. Doctor Reed has a new house un
der construction. S. V
Ernest Hester went to Silver Crcok
last week to get his colt which has
been fn tho pasture thero for aight
Jim Smith and Oscar Snnvoly nro
helping Anton Egll during haying
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stnuf
fer. July 10, a son. Mother and child
are getting along nicely.
Bert Mceks brought a load of lum
ber for Doctor Reed from Bend.
G. R. Young spent several days at
Mrs. Ben Rhodes entertained a
number of friends last Wednesday.-
C S. Davis has been working for
Ben Do Witt.
Doctor Reed expects to go to
Pleasant valley in tho near future.
James Curran made a trip to Holy-
at last wccK.
The water thus nlitalntd to to rein
force tho supply of the Tuuiiilo.
Georgo Crawford and slstur. Luoy,
mado a business trip to Bond Satur
day. G. M. Couch went to Rodmoml on
John Styles, who has ehargo of
tho headgnte. was In tho neighbor
hood Sunday with a view to pur
chasing Boino dairy cows.
Mrs. J. L. Couch called on her
daughtor-ln-law; Mrs. George Couch,
tho flrat of tho wcok.
Geno Wlmer Is having a fine resi
dence erected on his ranch noar tho
Peterson place. Contractor Coiner
la doing the work.
James Williamson nnd son wont to
Lnldlaw Monday on business.
Inyt after tho Irrigation Interests In
I tit la st Ant Inn Inst WnnV
O. Laurgaard and family passed
through Sunnystdo In tholr car.
Camp No. 10 Is being established
In tho McGulro nelghlKtrhood
Mrs. Mlntn Howard. Fred Wilson
and Mr. and Mrs. Bnrt Nlahols wore
among thoso from Sunnysldo who tit-
tnnilnfl Ihn Irn rmnm fummi nt .T.nlit.
Bates Is !aw Saturday night.
Jay Mohols mnde a business trip
to Mndras Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson went
to Bend Saturday on business.
Paul Scoggln nnd llubort Arm
strong of Plalnvlew panned through
Sunnysldo Saturday on tholr way to
Mrs. Mlnta Howard called on Mrs,
Bart Nichols Monday.
t (Spocjat to Tho Bulletin)
ilAMPTON BJITTE. July 20. Mr,
J. Brown, who has been working for
A. T. Frame Is home for a short
Harold McFadjien of Pleasant val
ley was over Thursday for supplies.
Jas. Wells aod Jake Book havo
gone out to work in the harvest
Miss Elva McFadden visited with
Mrs. J. Brown last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stono and
laughter, Mrs. Bessie Meyers, came
up from Callow valley last Wednes
day and visited several days with Mr.
tvnd Mrs. Brookings. Mrs. Meyers
returned to her homestead Friday
and Mr. and Mrs. Stone left for Port
land Saturday morning. They will
cross the mountains In their car by
way of the McKenzle pass.
Fred Miller Is opt to Bend ror a
load of supplies.
Mrs. Roy Fouts of Pleasant valley
made some purchases at the Brook
ings store last Wednesday.
Mrs. 8hcppard Is on the sick list.
Little Oletta Monroe wa hurt quito
badly last week, the grain wheel of a
hinder running over her and bruising
lier quito badly.
Mrs. Perry of Surprise ranch and
Miss Bessie Sheppard called on Mrs.
C. W. Anhliaugh last Friday.
J. O. Whlttaker and his father vis
Red with M. S. Brown one day this
Earl ItoRcre out grain for Mrs.
Carolina Smith with his new binder.
Bob Nichols fit Lebanon, Oregon,
passed through hero lasf Wednesday
on his way to the 8llvcr Creek coun
try.whero ho "roda tho range" some
twenty years ago. ,
' licrt Meeks took a load of lumber
and provisions to the Piokus valley
foR.a liflmestoarter.-'r f '-if"
Wesley . Ilogman of Willamlna,'
Oregon; Is visiting 'wjtli his aunt 'arid
uncle, Mr, and Mrs, Bert Meeks.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
M1LLICAN. July 25. Mr. and
Mrs. Schmool nndf amlly and Mrs.
Erne Koppcr and two children moved
back to the valley Wednesday after
spending the past month in Bend.
A. D. Norton drove to Bend Wed
nesday. A. Eglcsteln Is having 20 acres of
sago lirush plowed up and clcarcJ,
which will make 30 acres in nil clear
ed by him since coming to tho val
ley about 3 months ago.
A. Horwitx Is clearing another 5
acres for Louis Goodman.
Miss Selma Braun came out from
Bend Tuesday whore she went to
visit with friends a few weeks ago.
Mrs. Thos. Moffett and ohlldrcn.
called at the Norton home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reams canio homo
from Bond Friday ovenlng.
A party of tourists from Eugene
passed through the valley Thursday
enrouto to uurns.
Mrs. L. P. Roonoy and mother call
ed at tho Norton home Wednesday.
Miss Selma Braun visited with Mrs.
B. E. Davis Friday.
Earl Powers cut hay on the Thos.
Moffett homestead the past week,
P. B. Johnson bavin? purchased tho
crop from Mr. Moffett.
Mrs. Effle Kopper moved down to
her own cabin Friday, from tho A. D.
Norton homestead, where she mado
her homo before leaving tor Bend a
Mrs. A. Eglcsteln and children vis
ited with Mrs. L. Goodman Sunday.
H. F. Dyer reports having a snlen-
dld crop of fully matured rye on his
claim near Horse Ridge, which he 'n
tends having threshed for seed, ho
also has a very good crop of whoat,
that Is doing nicely.
Mr. Roberta, a lato arrival in tho
valley, has Just completed a now
cabin on his claim near Pine Moun
tain and moved his family Into It last
week. Mr. Roberts owns a runabout
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
CLOVERDALB. July 2C Tho Sis-
tors people aro very pleased with the
Interest the Bond people nro taking
In the fair to bo hold in Sisters the
first of October.
Georgo Burpsldo and wife wero
business visitors In Redmond Tues
day. Mr. Rivets. Sr.. and Mr. Frank
Kelly wero In Redmond Wednesdny.
Ben Gotter was visiting with his
brother, John Gotter, of Cloverdate;
Vorne Skolton loft for a trip across
tho mountains on his bicycle Sun
day. Dona Cyrus is visiting with her
auntlo In Madras this week.
Bort Hodson has rented his farm
for throe years to John Tucke. Mr.
Hodson plans to tako his stock and
household goods and go to Mr. Ar
nold's In California.
Mrs. Clyde Johnson's mothor, Mrs.
Null, who has been visiting her for
several weeks, will return to her
homo In Montana next Friday.
Miss Waldron visited over Satur
day and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Reynolds of Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Templetnn
and ditughter Hazel were Cloverdale
visitors from Sisters Sunday.
Miss Eleanor Orube called at
Rivets and Klines' Friday.
Tho two Mrs. Byors visited at
Duckctt's and Templeton's In Slstors
Mrs. Davo Fryrear of Sisters Is vis
iting with Mrs. Frank Arnold this
Clsrenco Prlgmon of Lower Brldgo
was visiting at Byer's Wednesday.
Clyde Johnson's little son, who
broke his leg aomo time ago was out
for the first time slnco the accident.
Great Interest Is being taken by
UP JLP III
The Standard Stan Remedy
The Guaranteed Remedy
with which he hauled out mall for PATTERSON DRUG CO., Bend, Ore.
Registered Durocs For
Now Is the time to start n bunch of good hogs. It itlll
rurry thut high rate of Interest Mini Is the qiilclccttt way
to cancel thut iiiortRuge. There are prospects of cheap
feed this full, and Iiorh ore going higher every tiny. Ho
sure to choooe the right kind! I huvo them! 150 head
to select from. Mules and feiuuleH from weaning IIrs to
yearling kIRk ,rC( to Waurondu Chief, n prize u Inner at
the luht Ktate FuJr, that liends my lien!.. .Npeclul until
August 13, 1011, March pigs t 1.1.00 each crutcd.. .AVrito
or cull and mo them.
G. A. BRADLEY, Redmond
IIANCH ADJOIN TXHVNHITE ON SOUTH
Cloverdale pooplo In tholr exhibit for
tho fair nt Sisters mid thoy Invito
other neighborhoods to a friendly
competition. Gluverdalo hopes tu
hnvo ono day qf tho fair rcsorvod for
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
t'OWKLL lU'TTE, July 81. Alvlu
Rlggs and Doe llnyn have gone to
Pringlo Palls on n llshlux trip.
Tho Powoll lluttti Imsulmlt ton in
will piny the Alfalfa team nt I'owslt
llultu Sunday. AiiRust Hid.
Louis Holland nnd Mrs, Ynst wero
county sent visitors one day the lust
of the week.
Mrs. K. N. Hall has been sick In
bed tho past woek but Is reported
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxun at
tended tho dauco nt Dcsohutes last
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reynolds and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jourdan of Redmond
visited at the homo of Mr. Reynolds
undo, Mr. K. A. liussott last Frlttny.
Mnry Ann Elliott and Cora Jones
loft ror the Wlllamotla vnlloy tho
Inst ot tho wook.
Dr. Rosnnlmrg nf Prlnovllln wan
cnllod tu the Luokoy homo litst I'rl
duy to attend Mrs. Luckc-.
John Tucker and Frod Rnnslnw
spent n roupln of dnys tho latter part
of tho wcok in tho timber. Mr. Tuck
er is usIiik JiIh rlRht fur Rovurmmmt
Lloyd Powult and '.vlfo and rhll
droit spent tho week-end nt the homo
ot Mrs. Powell's iliiolo, Tom Noun
ton. Dowey Johnson nnd Evnrd lCllaf
started Inst Halurdny for tho linrvost
lleids in K'nstern WnHtilniitnn.
Mr. Gideon lins bron olnclotl IhupIi-
or nf tho Sheppard suhonl for the
eoinliiK your. We iindsrstaiid ho ox
peots to runt tho King house so an
tu bo near his work.
Allan 1. ii ml fnro has bought n relin
quishment on thu homoslesd nt Mrs.
E. U Johnson nnd (tcoruo Morgan
wore dinner gnosis lit Roorott Will
Tho Powoll Rutin Korosls bold a
very Intoi-ostlng meeting nt the home
nf Mrs. Guy Hoars last Vodesdny.
Tho following members enjoyed Mrs.
Copper Noii-lliirtt tin niidgnlva
nlsud, Hkuso llnrdwnro Co. Adv.
There Is Hcnlliur In Foley Kidney
You tinnil n mlglity good muillolim
It your kidneys nro exhausted by im.
gtuct nnd overwork, nnd you hnvo not
It In Foloy ivlilnuy Pills. Tholr m
(Ion In prompt, IioiiIIiir and tonic,
Hound health and sound kidneys fol
low tholr use. Try thorn, patlorson
Drug Co. Adv.
(Continued on page seven.)
What's the Use
of frolKlittnifKrocurloH from
Honil frcojof clmrKo?
Lot JOHNSON poy
Itomcmtior thu plnco, nonr
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Stop the LossPires are Unnecessary
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