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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Speotnl to Tho Bulletin)
BUY IiAKlS, July 13. Mr. Charts
llongttnn was n Illvors visitors on
il. Gctcor and O. Johnson were
"visitors nt Uio Ghrako homo Sunday.
John 1'ou.Boh. of Ibex, was a Dry
l.nkn visitor Sunday.
Slondny nlghl. tho 20th. Drv Lako
garden stuff suffered a heavy rrosr.
Charles lvoy was a Huolc Creek
Mr. Miller called at tho "Old Price
Sir. Gulvorson. a young homestead--or
of this place, has been out looking
for some of his norsea turn nave
Mr. Allen from Buck Creek was a
Dry Lake visitor Wednesday.
Mr. Lonultn of Jutland, was n
visitor at McVolty's the past weok.
Dry I.ako people expect the new
mall route to begin this contlpg
1)111 Brown's hucaroos are expect
ed at tho "Old Price Place" within
4i few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Kullor havo been un
der tho weather the past week witn
Mr. Almes sold his relinquishment
to a party from Portland who will
tako possession within the near fu
ture. D. Rhoady sold a number of splen
did horses to Mr Chandler.
Tho folks at the "Old Prlco Place"
Tinvo finished their haying this weok,
liavlnc put up about 250 tons or nay
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HELD. July 26. H. Larkln re
turned from Portland In his auto
mobile which he purchased there last
Mrs. C. II. Gcnting visited Mrs. A.
11. Taylor Sunday.
Kenneth iLarkln has been very 111
tho past week. He was taken to
Bend to a doctor Saturday. His Ill
ness Is said to be caused by liver
Eva Hickman. T. Rlckman's small
daughter, has nearly recovered from
lier recent sickness.
Mrs, E. Nelson returned last week
from Bend. Sho expects to go back
In a day or two.
(Speolal to Tho Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Aug. . L. Goodman
who went to Bend Monday returned
homo Wednesday evening.
A party from th valley left this
L.orntng for Paulina Lake to spnJ
fow days camping. Among those
who went were. Mr. and Mrs.
Schmool, MIm Brown. Mrs. Erne Kop
1er rnd children. Mr. and Sirs. A. A.
Gilmore. Mrs. P. B. Johnson and chil
dren, Mrs. Utile Gle-ea end Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.
Vernon Clevenger wont to Bead In
the Roberts' oar Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Schmool were callers
at the Powers homestead Friday.
Word was received In tho valley
that Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Owon were
made happy by the arrival of n baby
girl, Saturday, July SCiIi. Mr. Owen
Is a homesteader of Mllllcan. but Is
residing In Bend for the present.
Mrs. Kopper and family wero vis
iting at the Schmool home for a few
MIm Gertrude 'Lcm.irk and little
brother, Robert, spent Wednesday :n
Mrs. Martha Forgey visited with
Sirs, Thos. Moffett Friday.
Mrs. L. Goodman called at the
Edelsteln home Thursday. Mrs.
EdeUtoln's llttlo baby boy was sick
-a few days tho past week.
Mrs. Klger and Mrs. Effle Gless
spent a few days at the Norton house'
Ube paat week.
Horace Wbito is back In the valley
again for a few weeks. Mr. White
w haylog for L. B. Lafollctto of
Prlnevllle, where be will work again,
as soon as tho second crop of hay Is
"ready to bo out.
Sirs. Thos. Moffett called at the
Edelsteln home Tuesday.
Sirs. A. A. Gilmore visited with
Mrs. Edelsteln a day the past week,
A. D. Norton went to Bend Fri
day. Forest fires are burning east of
Slllllcon and a crew cf mon went out
to extinguish them.
B for water nt the lsvntti
ranch south west of Horse IIUIkv,
wore In Hampton Friday.
J. P. Wllqttut has gotta Into Bend
Mr. Overall of I .oat Creek paBsod
through horu yesterday on route to
'(Bpeclal to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON, July 27. Sirs. Louie
Miller, who went out to Bend to be
treated hy a physician, returned to
liar home hpre last week.
T. H. Foley, wife and children of
Bend and tholr cousin from Kuru.ij,
also Mrs. A. T. Frame, came out Sat
urday and stayed over Sunday. Sir.
and Mrs. Foley and cousin visited
Air. and Mrs. E. SI. Pock. Sirs.
Frame visited her husband. All worn
well pleHod and thought our valley a
lovoly place to live, location good
and scenory fine.
Silas Lara Crow Is qulto sick.
J. Owon oullod on Dr. Hess Friday.
Sllss Djrlo Burton culled on tho
Misses Crow Thursday.
H. C. Miller and Leo Rlggs arc
'putting up hay on Sirs. 15. E. Bas
Sherman Montgomery and wife of
Imperial wero visiting folks In Hamp
SIru. Delia Hogue went to Fred
erick Butto Friday.
Burr Black came very near break
ing h.'s ankle ono day lust week by
getting his foot caught underneath
tho brake rod of a wagon without a
bod. Ills foot is swollen and Is giv
ing him quite a bit of trouble.
Isaac Zleroff and Floyd Phillips
epent Sunday night with W. T. Harri
son. Dave Spurbeck has gone to Geno
weo, Idaho, for bis five months leave
W. T. Shaver and Ray Harper, who
HAMPTON, July 27. Oscar Black
was over for supplies at Brooking'
C. J. Stnuffer and son Roy passed
through hero on their way to Bond.
Sir. Stnuffer Intends to buy a blndsr
to cut his bountiful crop.
fA W. Ashbattgh la helping Sir.
Brookings through harvest.
Sir. and Sirs. Bert Stocks and fam
ily and Sir. W. J. Hngmnn visited
with Fred Sillier and futility laHt
Sirs. Herman Unas of Buck Creek,
took a car at Brookings Sunday en
route to Portland.
Wm. Wnrmouth was In this vjcln
lty last Sunday.
Oscar Butzoln was a Hampton vis
itor ono day this week.
Bert Slooka returned Wednosduy
from his trip to Sfyrtle valley.
A. T. Shaver and Ray Hnrpor wore
In this vicinity last Friday on busi
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
CLOVERDALE, August 3. L. G.
Grube mndo a business trip to Red
Sir. and Sirs. Chas. Carson wero
guests nt Lowes Sunday.
Sir. and Sirs. Arthur Tcmplcton
have returned from Prlnevllle, where
they attended the funeral of Mr.
SUPERVISOR BUT ISSUES
ANNUAL REPORT ON FORESTS
In Year KiiiIIiik June III), :t."VU I'm'
1'm PcrinltN Wore IsMtcd b)' Ser
vice ImprmoinentH Valued nt
$18,000-128 I Vinous Hiui1i)cd
Covering tho activities of tho For
est Service that center In Bend, Sup
ervisor Slerrltt has Just rendered his
nnnual report for the 12 months
ending June 30, 1911, The report 'a
of considerable value In describing
tho numerous wns In which tho In
terests of the resldonts of this sec
tion are touched upon and bound up
with this portion of tho untlonnl do
main. Of greatest benefit to the Individ
ual settler are tho free use permits
under which timber front the forest
ts given nwuy far construction mul
other purposes. In tho period re
ported on .153 such permits were Is
sued for a total of 1,200,000 feet or
lumber. Permits were also Issued
for grazing 2632 head of cattle on
tho reserve nnd 27.GC0 head of sheen.
Forty-three pormltH or Issued for
miscellaneous uso of tho forest In
cluding boat landings, pastures,
school houses, reservoirs and tele
Since the creation of the two for
ests In which this section Is Interest
ed, tho Deschutes and Paulina. 10025
acres havo been listed for entry un
der the homestead act, exclusive of
tho recent eliminations around Ia
Pino nnd Crescent amounting to
195,871 acres. Tho present area of
the forests ts l,o43,000 acres of
found not fur front Bond. Accord
ing to hint the values on his tlnd will
run 112,000 to tho ton. Ho will tin
dertnlto development as ho on us ho
call get tlnaticlal tiHslsliutce.
SISTERS PAPER SUSPENDS
llei-nhl to Stop I'ntli Loral Condition
.lustiry Starting t'p Again.
Announcement Is matin lit tho Sis
ters Herald of July 29 that publica
tion will bo temporarily suspended,
that being tho last Issue for tho Unto
being, Tho Herald was In Its third
volume and had done much towitrds
tho favorable advertisement of Its
section of Crook county.
Speaking of tho suspension Edltnr
"With this Isstto tho Hnrald will
suspend publication until mioh time
as conditions will Justify the publi
cation of u paper In Sisters. The
Herald la nut suspending publication
Iuh'iuiho of a lack of funds with which
to moot our obligations, hut bm'tiliso
the fuuilH urn being derived from
other Hiitircos and expended lit keep
litg tip tho publication of the Herald."
Nutlieilln, Coon liny Will KitMeiu Is
New Mho lift Inrorponited.
Another rnllrottd tti cross the Cutt
er do Is ptojooted, iirt'ordltiK to ill
patches from Hiiloin, having Its out
tern terminus nt llolsn, Idaho nnd IM
wostnrn nt Coos Buy. News of tho
uttterprlso camo out when Incorpor
ation nrtlolca went lllett with thn
corporation coiiiiiilssloner for the
Siithorlln. Coos liny Itnd Knattijii'
It Is reported that Woyorhttiiiisor
Interests are behind thn road, nnd
that 27 miles of It, toward Coon Bay,
have beon surveyed penetrating a
splendid body of timber Another
report states that surveyors wero now
locating the lino In tho Cascades
Stttherlln Is duo oast of Coos Bay and
front It any roatl would undoubtedly
strike toward the McKonxlo and
count down by Sisters nnd Bend.
United Mitten ('renin llopnriitors,
HImiho lliutltvitl'u Co., annuls, - Adv.
t Don't endure tho tiimtlliisH puln and
torment of rlinuiiititlHiit, aggravated
us It In hy tho hot weather. W. T.
Iliituhtuis, Nlt'liulHtiil, (lit., iiuvm: (
suffered tho nuliim ttnd paliiH of then.
iiititlHiii, swollen feet, Irregular imln
Ittl bladder notion, hut. Foluy Kldiiuv
Pills llxed mo up qillukly." Foley i
are thu best. Adv. Patterson Dm
What's the Use
of frolirlitlnKKi-occrlos from
Hunil free of clinrKO?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Komombor tho placo, neitr
28 mllo post, Hontl to
Tmttolfin' mint, whn illnrl itiirtilnn.
ly while In Sisters on hor way homo J which 226.700 acres nre patented
from a trip across the mountains
The Slstern Herald has discontin
The ladles of Sisters and vicinity
will meet In Sisters Tuesday to dis
cuss plans for the fair and to appoint
committees for the various depart
ments. Sir. and Sirs. Shaw of Sisters were
guests of Redmond Saturday.
Sirs. Davo Fryrear, who has beon
visiting Sirs. Frank Arnold, has re
turned to her home In Sisters.
Sirs. L. G. Grube nnd daughter,
Eleanor, were buslntss visitors in
Sirs. Null and son have returned to
their homo In Lewlstown, Montana.
They have been visiting Sirs. Null's
daughter. Sirs. Clyde- Johnson.
Paul and Harold Cooke of Red
mond were In the Sisters' country
over Friday and Saturday.
John Cotter was a buslnoss visitor
in Sisters Friday.
John Shorpak has gone to tha
Sound to work In the lumber mills.
SUss.E. L. Waldrrn was a guet
In Redmond Thursday.
The Grubo family spent Sunday on
Harvest has hegun and the crop or
grain hr oxcellent
lands In prlvato ownership. In tho
care of this area 28 persons are em
An Improvement Inventory recent
ly taken shows tho value of all Im
provements in In tho forest to bo
$ IS, 071. The Inrgest single Item Is
telephone lines of which there nre
151 miles which cost slightly over
$10 per mile. Other property In
cluded Is ranger stations, bridges and
look out stations.
(Special to The Bulletin)
PINslIURST, Aug. 3. G. W. Sny
der made a business trip to Bond on
George Root went to Laldlaw Wed
nesday. Raymond Wimer, who has been
quite ill the past week with rheum
atism. Is reported much better.
L. H. Root was a business caller
at the Snyder home Friday.
F. V. Swisher and L. II. Root went
to Bond on business Slonday.
Ethel Snyder and Ruth Baylay,
called on Eunice Bradley Wednesday.
Sir. and Sirs. Jackson and chil
dren attended the plonic at Laldlaw
Sirs. Spaugh and children were tho
guests of Sirs. Bart' Nichols Sunday.
Sirs. I. E. Wimer went to Bend on
L. H. Root has been cutting hay
the past week.
A. P. Jackson made a business trip
to Bend Saturday evening.
Violet and Myrtle Spaugh went to
Laldlaw one day last week.
Sir. and Sirs. A. H. Reed wont to
Sirs. Arthur Jackson Is on the sick
(Special to Tho Bullotln.)
8UNNYSIDE, Aug. 4. Geo. Craw
ford and sister passed through Sun
nyslde the first of tho week.
Wm Clarke made a business trip
to Bend Wednesday
Sirs, Chas. Spaugh and daughtors
CROOK G0UNTY MINERALS
County llni Three Producing Mine
Gold Near llcmlV
According tq a recent retiort of tho
I'nltcd Stutos Geologic I Survsy,
Crook Is one of the 11 Ongon coun
ties with a record of mineral produc
tion In the year 1913. Gold. Bllver
and lead were the minerals produr.
nd from three mines, the total value
amounting to IS. S3?. Bcker Is flit
ou the list with a production valued
at J1.1S2.C0U. Crook stands seventh
As Indicated these records are of
producing mines. That there are un
developed mines of considerable vul
uo In the nountv Is the swertton of
S. SI. Relst, of Klamath Fr.lls, who
has spent considerable time prospect
Ing In Central Oroxon and along the
Cascade range. Sir. Relst recently
sent Into The Bulletin office for In-
epeetlon a number of samples of gold)
bearing quartz which lie says were
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
BRICIC IS ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF IN ANY ORDINARY CON
BRICK BUILDINGS NEVER BURN, ALTHOUGH THEY ARE HOME
TIMES INJURED BY FALLING TIMBER8 OR COMBUSTIBLE INTERIOR
A BRICK BUILDNG IS ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF IF WIRE GLASS
IS USED IN THE WINDOWS AND IF BURNED CLAY FLOORB ARE
AN INTERIOR FIRE IN SUCH A BUILDING 18 CONFINED TO THE
ROOSI IN WHICH IT ORIGINATES; NO OUTSIDE FIRE CAN ATTACK
THE PROPORTION OF BURNED CLAY IN BUILDING CONSTRUC
TION MEASURES IT8 FIRE PROOF QUALITIES.
BURNED CLAY 18 THE ONLY BUILDING MATERIAL THAT HAS
BEEN THROUGH THE FIRIC BEFORE YOU GET IT, IN SUCH A MAN
NER THAT IT WILL RESIST FIRE. ALL COMBUBTIBLB MATERIAL
18 BURNED OUT OF THE BRICK BEFORE YOU GET IT.
WHEN YOU I1UILD USE MUCK.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
and Sirs. A. McAllister of Plnohurst.
wore the guests of Mrs. Bart Nichols
Malilon Couch, who has been as
sisting on the Crawford ranch at
Plalnvlew. returned home last week
to take charge of the grain crop In
tho absenco of his father.
Fred Wilson has been cutting his
Sirs. J. L. Couch made a business
trip to Laldlaw Thursday.
Robt. Horner of Laldlaw passed
through Sunnysldo Wednesday on his
Sirs. Sllnta Howard and Sirs. Delia
Nichols went to Bend on business
T. Saul of Terrebonne Is the con
tractor who has charge of the build
ing of Gene Winter's residence.
Sir. Coiner of Plnohurst spent two
days this week at the home of Fred
Jay Nichols of Tumalo was In Lald
law Saturday night.
F. W. Ieverenz of Plalnvlow, pass,
ed through bore Wednesday on his
way to Laldlaw.
Mrs. Jess Hnrter of Laldlaw, vis
(tod her mothor. Sirs. G. SI. Couch,
ono day last week.
Sirs. Delia Nichols gave a temper
ance lecture at Plnohurst Thursday
Sirs. G. SI. Couch, who has beon 111,
Is very much Improved la health.
Registered Durocs For
Now J.t tho time to Mart u bunch of good hogs, It will
curry that high rate of interest it in! Jm tho quickest wuy
to cancel that mortgage. There nre prospects of cheap
feed this fall, nnd hogs nre going higher fiery duy, Bo
sure to chooxe tho right kind! I have them! 1.10 head
to hclect from. Males aud'feinalew from Meaning pigs to
yearling gilts hrod to Wnurondu Chief, n piUe it Inner at
the luht Stato Fair, .that heads my herd.. .Bpeclal until
August Iff, 10H, .March pigs 913,00 each cruted.. .Write
or call and soo them.
G. A. BRADLEY, Redmond
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