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T1IK BKM) BULLETIN, HKNI), 0BI, WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST IB, tll.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
DRY LAKE. Aug 1.-OMW
(Lanktord from "90" ranch was a vlt
Hor at his homo Sunday. .
John IUusch wn a Dry Lako vli
Mr. Lampko called on Mr. nnd Mrs.
0. A. Oarsko On Monday. .
, T. Lanktord called on Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Garako and
daughter. Tueresla and Kuth, and
Vorn'co wero Duck Crook callers on
Charles Ivoy was a Buck Crk
caller tha Orst part ot tho week.
Whltcc ailed away nt the bodslde
ot his mother Dick Khoady had tho
misfortune or losing his homo by flro
here, tho early part of tho week.
The wedding bells will toon be
(Special to The Qullotln)
HAMPTON BUTTE, Aug. 3. A.
T. Shaver paused through here last
Tuesday on his way to Jew Valley to
help E. Pinkus put up his wind mill.
Jlmmle Brickley ot Pleasant val
ley was. over last Wednesday to get
his new reaper which Mr. Staulter
brought as far as Brookings.
C J. 8tautrer and son Roy, return
ed from Bend Tuesday vrlth two loads
of freight for points south.
Miss Elva McFadden and Mrs.
Jas. Brlckoy were visiting friends In
this neighborhood last Saturday.
Bert Meeks Is out to Bend for a
load ot freight for the Brookings
Mr. New of Buck Creek was over
one day last weeK tor supplies ai
Olo DroRsvold visited with Horaco
Earl McFadden received some se
vere bruises from being thrown off of
Mrs. A. McKeown called on Mrs.
Brookincs one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fouts returned
from Dend with a load of lumber.
Mr. Fouts bad tho misfortune to
break a wagon wheel while on their
Miss Crow and a friend from
Hampton took a pleasant trip on
horseback through this end of tho
valley last Saturday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON, Aug. 3. A. S. Fogg Is
cutting 40 acres of rye for H. Hogue
Miss Dorle Burton spent Saturday
with Mrs. W. T. Harrison.
C. B. Harmon is mowing for Win.
Miss Lota Crow is no better at this
Mrs. Cora Miller was In Hampton
.. Vnij.McCune,lcft tor Madras yes
terday where ho has work with a
Fred Wannouth left Wednesday
for Metollun where ho has work with
Floyd Phillips Is mowing for Joh'.n
Mrs. Luclnda Black Is using new
Jiens and potatoes out of her garden.
A. T. Frame and W. T. Harrison
are at work on an addition to J. L.
Mr. Wyatt of Bear Creek was In
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Miller will
soon leave for Belknap Springs, for
the benefit of Mrs. Miller's health.
Wbi, Searcy and F. Bezona are
helping W. I. Warmoth in his hay
Several travelers put up at Hotel
Hampton Saturday night.
L. A. Hunting's horses ran away
with his bay rake one day last week,
broke the tongue out of the rake,
bent one wheel considerably and
liroko up 14 fenco posts, thrco In two
J. P. Wllquet and son Arthur are
helping Elmer Peck harvest.
Mrs. Anderson from southwest of
Imperial attended Sunday school at
this place yesterday.
W. T. Harrison spent Sunday with
Mrs. A. S. Fogg and son Herald,
will leave Friday morntag for Bitn'l,
where Mw. Fogg will meet lisr
daughter. Miss Ethel who has teen
attending school 'n Portland. Willi';
In Bend, they will visit Mr. Kogg'j
daughter, Mrs. L. C. Peck and fnmlly.
We are having some very warm
leather tho last few weeks.
"Dutch" the truck driver on the
Mend and Burns road brought out
borne freight for J. L. Owen Frldar.
Mr. Whlttaker and son John, Isaac
fcieroff. and Floyd Phillips took lln
her with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck
Fred Warmoth and sister, Mi
Bertha, and Mrs. Lucy Hicks, camp
tsd on Lizard creek a few days last
It la suggested that Hampton Sun
day school take their annual picnic
on August 20th. The beet slto sug
gested seems to be the big canyon
southwest ot Hampton.
(Special to-Tbe Bulletin)
(JLOVBRDALE, Aug. 10. Mr. and
Mro, Arthur Templeton are camping
at Belknap Springs.
Frank Elklns and wife spent Sun
day On the Metollus.
A 'doctor from Portland was up on
tha MntLihis this week. Ho wan
looking, for a location for a sani
Mrs. Blew and Mro. F. Kelly were
guestB In Sisters Tuesday.
Mr. Rivets. Sr., received word that
his son Frank, of Butte, Montnna,
had died suddenly.
Ralph Hawks, who has been vlslt
fpr several weeks at Orubes roturnod
to Dend this, week. He was uccom.
panlcd by L. O. Grube.
Mrs. J. Skelton has as her guest
her slater, Mrs. Garfield and Mr. and
Mrs. Phllllppl from tho valley.
Mr. Kruchok nnd liter Grubo wore
buslnosa visitors ot Redmond Wed
nesday. J. O. McKlnney of Sisters Is on n
business trip to Arlington this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Lister and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Elklns nnd
family and Mlis Ethel Williams, all
ot Prlnovllle, stopped In Sisters Sat
urday nnd Sunday on their way homo
from Belknap Springs.
Joo Honor was n business visitor
at Sisters from Bond this week.
"L. G. Grube took a load ot hogs to
Miss Wnldron was tho guest ot
Miss Templeton In Sisters Saturday
Mr. Shorpnk accompanied his eon,
John, to Redmond Thursday.
Will Wursweller Is recovering from
the Injuries received In a runaway a
few weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wnldron nnd
daughter and Miss Templeton wero
dinner guests at Chni. Carson's Sun
day. Rev, Towno has as his guests his
father, mother and sister from Ta
Alfa Ruisel and her mother, for
merly of Cloverdale, stopped hero on
their way to Uolknap Springs Satur
day. A largo crowd ot Sisters peoplo ac
companied their base ball team to
Bend Sunday. '
Dona Crrus hns roturnfld from
Madras where she was visiting rela
tives. .B ,
A. E. Lovctt was In Cloverdale Sat
urday. Tho Sisters' Ladles met at Mrs.
McKlnncy's Tuesday and appointed
the following committees for the dif
ferent displays at tho Sisters Fair:
Fancy work, Mrs. H. K. Allen,
paintings, Mrs. J. O. McKlnney. lircal
Mrs. C. Dennlson, cakes, Mrs. Tem
pleton, miscellaneous cooking. Mm.
Farthing, plain sewing for children,
under ten years of age. Miss Waldron,
quilt display, Miss Howell nnd Mrs.
Wilt. Jellies, fruits, preserves nnd
pickles, Mrs. Branton and Mrs. Mc
Klnney, antique display. Mrs. Taylor
and Mrs. Towne. knitting. Mrs, new
man and Mrs. Berry, flowers. Mro.
Ruble, butter, Mrs. Huntington and
Mrs. Branton, baby show. Mm.
Towne. A collection of $13.50 was
then taken to get prizes for some dis
plays unprovided for. It was voted
to give a prize for the youngest baby,
tho oldest lady and the oldest man
attending the fair.
The ladles were then Invited by
their hostess to the dining room
where refreshments wero served. Tho
rooms were decorated with a profu
slon of pink and whlto carnations
and potted ferns. Mrs. McKlnney
waa assisted by her daughter, Violet.
A vote ot appreciation was tendered
(Special to The Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE. Aug. 10. Mrs.
S. D. Mustard, who in company with
Mrs. W. G. Mustard and children are
visiting rclntlves in Spokane, has
written Mr. Mustard that she Is feel
ing Improved In health and that they
are having an enjoyable visit.
Geo. 8. Beckman Is in receipt of a
letter from relatives ot John Paul
son to the effect that Mr. Paulson
died at Minneapolis on July 18th.
This news will be received with re
gret by Mr. Paulson's many local
Lloyd Bussett. who has beon quite
111 for the pas week is improving.
A. II. Olanchard. of Tacoma, who
has been at the Truesdale home for
the past two weeks, left for Redmond
and other points Friday. Mr. Bian
chard Is looking for a location and
likes our section very much.
Mrs, D. A. Yates royally entertain
ed the Powell Butte Soroals at a reg
ular meeting of that club Wednesday
afternoon. A pleasant time was
had, the hostess serving refreshments
before tho hour ot adjournment. Mrs.
W. T. Smith will be the noxt hostess.
A. W. Dnyn and family and J. A.
Rlggs returned recently from on en
joyable week's outing abovo Bend.
Geo. Morgan left layt week fur
Mill Creek, Oregon, where he will
work In a logging camp for a while.
Mrs. Earl Forrest Is enjoying a
visit with relatives and frtonds at liar
former home, Bolllngtiam, Wash. In
her absence her home Is being cared
for by her two sisters. Misses Ceclle
and Louise Chabot, the latter a re
cent arrival from Belllngham.
W. E. Ragan visited friends In this
section several days last week, rs
turnlng to Redmond Friday.
Mr Mien Wlllcoxon was n busl-nes-i
visitor to Bend Saturday.
E. iL. Johnson left Sunday for the
valley metropolis whuro ho will bo In
attendance nt a merchants conven
tion, Miss Orsn Soars has charge ot
tho post otllco nnd store lu Mr. John
Geo. Beckman was distributing cir
culars to tho water users 'last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Klsaler nnd
daughter Mrs. Anna Bootgor, visited
at tho Frank Klsslar homo Sunday,
Foster nros. are out with tholr
thresher, having started their fall
threshing campaign Wednesday. Th
cook wagon Is In charge of Mrs. Mouj
roe from Prlnev'lle.
Mrs. William Nanny of Dcachutci
visited Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon Monday.
Mrs. Henry Young and baby nnd
Mrs. Doty and baby ot Redmond vis
ited nt the Shobort nnd Bunnell
homes Sunday. Tho ladles exper
ienced considerable trouble In rind
ing their way out and wero delayed
by taking the wrong road.
4. P. Dohcrty was n dinner gtwst
at tho Allen Wlllcoxon home Thurs
Thero woro 60 persons In attend
nnco nt tho Union Sunday school ser
vices and preaching which followed,
at the Wilson school houso Sunday.
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon nnd daughter
Harriett, left Monday ovenlng for
Portland wher they will visit Mrs.
Wlllcoxon a parents .Mr. ana sirs.
Geo. II. Roo.
Mm. Mollv Pattnn and John Siu-
ton, the formor n sister of N. P. Alley,
visited at the Alloy home w eunosuay,
returning to Onal City Thursday.
Mr. Atlon of Willamette valloy.
who owns tin excellent Irrigated tract
hero, mndo this section a visit last
week. His laud Is being cropped by J.
A. Rlggs. .
Dr. Hosch or Redmond wss called
Sunday to co the small son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Perrell Osburn who Is quite
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pursely and
fAnillv. Jesse. I.eta. and Lucy Shobort
and Melvln Foster wereg uests at tho
Montgomery homo Sunday.
(Special to The Bulletin).
SUNNYSIDB. Aug. S. Camp No.
7 will bo moved shortly to Camp No.
8 for the purpose of continuing the
construction work In tho neighbor
hood. Miss Jess Hiwter was a Sunnyslde
visitor Wcdnwday. the guest of her
mother, Mrs. O. M. Couch.
John Johnson of Camp No. 7 went
to Laldlaw on business Friday.
Mrs. Crawford passed through hero
Thursday on her wny to Laldlaw.
Ivan Harper was n guest at the
home of J. I Couch last week.
Mesdatnes Howard and Smith went
to Laldlaw Thursday to attend th?
meeting ot the Piano Club.
Mrs. G. M. Couch was the guest uf
Mrs. J. L. Couch Monday.
Phil Smith and Floyd Bcott havo
been assisting A. Mills In the cutting
of his hay crop.
Dan Smith sold some of his flno
hay to the teamstors at Camp No. !.
Jay Nichols and J. R. Lfttle wero
callers at tho home or J. B. Nichols
Fred Wilson made a business trip
to Laldlaw Monday.
Mnhlon Couch spent Thursdny at
the Jim Pat ton ranch.
J. B. NichnlH and fnmMv went to
Laldlaw on buslnete Monday.
8IGNK FOR HALE.
'For Bent," "For Hale." "Rooms
to Let", "Housekeeping. Rooms." "No
Admittance." "No Smoking." etc
etc.. Placard printed in large type
on heavy brlntol tmnnl. 15 ccnN each.
Ie In quantities. Bulletin Offlce. 12tf
Buy Bend Butter.
LA PINE, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Donuhue'of Prlngle Falls aro
spending a few days In town.
Dr. Chauncoy Bu'lor of Corning,
California, who has been visiting Dr.
G. II. Reynolds and family, has tnken
a room at tho Im Pine hotel so ns
to bo handler for his patients.
Miss Bessie Parker has accepted a
position at the La Pine Hotel during
Miss Porter's absence.
' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark, and Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Tomes went to Bend
yesterday In the former's car, Thoy
expect to bring hack Mrs. Clark's
mother and father when they return.
Mrs. It. L. Corliln Is expecting hor
mother and brother from Spokane
today to make an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kng visited
with William Foss nnd family Sun
day. WUIIam Cvrlngham and (family
Registered Durocs For
Now Is the time to fctart a bunch of good liogs. It wilt
carry that high rate of intereot and Is the quickest way
to cancel that mortgage. There are prospects of cheap
fed this fall, and hogs are going higher ererjr day. Be
sure to choose the right kind! I have 4 hem I 150 head
to Mlect from. Males and female from weaning plga to
yearling gllta bred to .Wauconda Chief, a prize winner at
the last State Fair, that beads my herd.. .Special until
Augtut IS, 1914, March plgn'f 13.00 each crated., .Write
or call and see them.
VG. A. BRADLEY, Redmond
RANCH ADJOINS TOWNHITE ON SOUTH
woro In La Pino today.
Mrs. Sarah Solvestcr nnd daughter
visited with Mrs. 8. H. Biennis Mon
day. Clnudo Benson. Mrs, C. W. Rankin
and Miss Bessie L. Rankin woro tran
sacting business In La Pino Monday,
Work la progressing qultn rapidly
on tho new school building.
A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
R. L. Winters on Monday, August 3,
Mrs. Waldomnr Chrlstcnoon, who
haa been qultn 111 at tho P. I), Ile.il
homo, Is rapidly recovering.
Frank Boxue has moved his crow
of men to the Paulina place to put
up tho hay.
Chrla. Anderson and Mr. Allgood
are putting up tho hay on thu G. W.
E. O. Rourk passed through La
Pino estenay from Crexeont.
Mr. Smith, formorly clerk and rec
order of Crook county, pasaud
through here yesterday on his way
home from Coos liny nnd other
points. W. 0, Kordltnm took him at
fur ns Bond.
A. L, Hogur ot Crescent was In
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
IIKM8TAD, Aug. 10. P. 14, Ktuln
toldt Is in Bond this weok.
Rnv. Rovolla tott Inst woek tor his
homo In Tucomn, nttor a two wook's
visit with his son I lurry,
Olaf Ilomstnd had n large craw ot
harvesters helping got In his liny.
Wilton James nnd his mother mot
orud to Bond lust Wednnsday lu Mrs.
James' car, returning tho samu dny.
Arthur Holmgreun returned to his
homestesd after a inonth'rt slay In
Olaf llomttad Is assisting Harry
Rovello build fenco this week.
O. E. Curry returned to work at
tho Stanloy ranch nttor n tow days
stay on tho homestead.
J, E. Faulkner was over at Imper
ial one day last woek.
On Augant 28 thoro will he a dnncn
glvon In tho now hall In tho valley
whvro there Is room for everyone to
have a good time. Supper will bo
served by tho Indlns of tho valley.
Como ororybody and have a good
HEAL EHTATi: TIIANHI'IMIH.
ImiiimI by Crook County AhxlriU't Co.
I. u Phm Townnlto Co. to noIiooI
nut. No. 13, us. in ii, 31-, r.(io.
A, H. Collins to Mrs. 8, I.. Stunts
tract In 81) NN 20-17-1'J.
Mrs. 8. L. Slants to O. 0, llaiikln
anmo as above.
Clydo A. Wllomtt to Evlson At
kinson mortgagu (800 0 or cunt
3 years 810 BE 18-10-13,
(I, W. Ilsroer to Hornor-Coea (Jo,
lis, 1, a, 3, ulk. 30, Laldlaw.
of frolRlUlnffRTOCcrlci from
Hcnd free of chargo?
Let JOHNSON fy
Remember tho place, near
28 mllo post, Dend to
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