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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
DRY UVKK. Aur. 1L Mr. a Out
orson left for Portland tho Inst part
of the week, whore liu liUotula to
upend tho summer.
Miss HutU Ungford lott for Port
John I'Aiisoh transacted liunlnosR
In Dry Lftko tho first iart of tho
week. ., .
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Onreko called
on Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sunday.
Thos. tangford and 0. Hnlvornon
callod on Mr. and Mrs. Kullor Mon-
MIm Laura Peterson callod on Mr.
and Mrs. damisko tho first part of
Mr. O. Johnson and mottur loft
for Portland Sunday on an extended
M!m Thercsln CarBko callod on
Mrs. tampke Saturday.
Mr. llamas, Harry Hacklomnn and
Mr. 8nda passed through hero on
their way to Iliox Tuesday.
Mr. Ashley left Tor Dlckoson'a
ranch Friday whore ho will be em
ployed during tho haying oaon.
II. WInslow from Ruck Creo'-
IMissed through hero on tits way to
Warm Springs on urgent business.
The Dry Lake and Ibex mall route
lias opened up Wednesday. Mall will
be delivered but once every week.
Mr. Weathers of Ibex has charge of
Miss Vornle Garsko spent a day
visiting at Held tho fore part of the
Mr. G. A. Gnrske transacted busi
ness in Prlncvlllo tho fore part of
Mr. Strauss from Catlow Valloy.
passed through hero on his way to
Tho Dalles, where he Intends to pur
chase u large herd of cattle. Mr.
Strauss Is a young homesteader, hav
ing recently arrived from tho east,
nnd la buckling down to business in
Dry Lske folks suffered greatly
from tho heat tho last few days Tho
temperature at times being 100 In
Tho county road surveyors vlsltod
Dry Lake the last part of tho week.
Mr. Thomas transacted business In
Mr. Miller visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Fuller the foro part of tho week.
(Special to Tho Dullettn)
R1VKRR, Aug- 17. B. Danlolson
returned home from Washington lost
week. Ho will leave for llcnd some
The River's people will enjoy a pic
nic given by the Sunday school here,
next Sunday. It will be held at M.'.
Paul Held' ranch.
C. Marring harvested a large crop
of rye bar off his patch of ryo.
J. II, Rivers and John Hallmeyer
started to Rend this morning for a
load of groceries for Mr. Hlver'e
F. TCaricnter Just got through
nutting, up bis hay. He has about
(Sntclnl to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Aug. 1?. Mr. nnd
Sirs. E. M. Peck spent Sunday with
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Hnrmnn.
Burr Ulack nnd W. T. Harrison
made a trip to Rend last week.
Mrs. C. A. Rurrls is on tho sick Hit
Mrs. A. S. Fork and daughter and
Miss Zola Bartholomew visited Mrs.
Luclnda Block of Lizard Creek last
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vornal of
Canby, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs.
L. a Peck of Ilend visited at A. 3.
Lara Grow is some better at this
Mr. Motvln Crow and sister Miss
Kvn and Miss Iaura Rlshop enmnod
on top Hampton Hutto Saturday
night nnd Bunds.
A. S. Fogg left this morning for
Maury Mountain sawmill where be
weat for a load of lumber.
Miss Stela Bartholomew of Port
land Is atwsdlDK a few weeks with
MbH HUm.1 Foag.
CJearxe McVay of Held was in
Al Lowe of Rand passed through
Hvwptnn Thursday oareHte to his
nlHtern, Mrs. Overall of Glass Ilutte
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Miller and I.
L. Owen Iwve gone to Helknap
SprlHfK. Oregon, for their health
J. Whlttaker and son J. O.. and
Floyd Phillips loft hero Wednosday
morning fi"- Corvallls, Oregon. Mr.
PhUHps will probably visit for ono
month before returning to his home
steed. The Hampton valloy Sunday school
will mftt oa Lizard Creek Sunday,
Aug. 23 and liavo a busket dinner.
Hvqry ono Is cordially Invited.
! (Siieclal to The Bulletin.)
1IKLD, Aug. 17. Miss Hattio
Houston was thrown from her horse
last week and was quite sorlously
hurt. It was thought that her col
lar bono was broken.
II. Hope was busy cleaning the
"game" which was mainly rats and
tnlco out or his well last week. He
was nsfllBted by Mr. Jensen.
The Settlemeyor famllv moved sev
eral weeks ago to the Maury Moun
C. II, Gonmig returned from Paul
lna last week.
I Haker has noarly 100 ton of
liar nut uu.
Jaok Frost visited hero Sunday
nUt afte,r a gold, windy day.
fThls gftflson Is reported h" the old
puttiers to be tlio driest for 27 years.
'Special to Tho Bulletin) .
"LOST CRUBK, Aug. 14. Mrs. C.
C. Washburn nnd son, Loo, and Mrs
S. W. Host nnd children, Mary, Nol-
Ho and Charles, rccuntly returned
from tin extended visit with rolntlves
and friends In Washington. Mr. S.
W. Host met them In Hand and re
turned with them.
Miss AHco Hrooklngs and Mrs.
Hassler have guno over to Hampton
Hutto Tor n couple or weeks visit
Earnest Hosier nutocd to Rend the
foro pnrt of tho week for a load of
J. K. Ctirrnn was a busiuoes visitor
nt Rotyat Friday.
S. W. Host has Just completed a
now residence for Dr. Cnrollno Rood.
Mr. and Mrs. Parrot woro recont
visitors of their daughter. Mrs, Wood,
In Pleasant valley.
Pross Do Wit Is helping V. Harris
with his haying.
0. R. Young Is nt home for a fow
Nearly every rancher has an abun
dance of hay and are wvll sattsttod
with the future prospects of the
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
RUCK CRKHK. Aug. H. Ideal
woather has been a boon for har
vesting, evoryono reports n bounti
ful crop, ami a few more days will
bring haying to n close.
The dance nt Dry Lnko last Sat
urday was attended by a large num
ber from these parts.
Geo. Paddock nnd Ronald Conk
ling of Diamond valley made Until
proof hofnro Commissioner Chnrlos
Shomnn August 7th.
Mrs. F. A. WInslow of Seattlo, wsb
visiting with hor brother W. W.
Hrown the past week.
Mrs. Joseph Street Is In Burns at
Mrs. H. W. Ditvla called at tho Mo-
Portland last Sundny.
Mr. John Black took a truck for
Bead last Friday enrouto to Idaho to
visit with his sister and children.
J lunula Hrlckley and Ike .loroft
woro over on business last Thursday.
Dr. Rood was called to attend tho
Infant daughter of Mr. nud Mrs. Ash
baugh. who.ls quite sick.
Mrs. J. Perry of Surprise ranch
called on friends In this vicinity last
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
CLOVKRDAL18, Aujr. 2L Mrs.
Cnrl Woods and Iwby loft Inst Wed
nesday for nn oxlundud visit with rel
atives In Nebraska and Arkansas.
J. O. McKennoy has ruturned from
n business trip to Arlington.
C. O. Yancey and family and M.
Cornell and family woro In L'lovor
dale on their way to Prlnevllle from
Mr. and Mrs. Shnw, Mrs. Ruble
nnd Mrs. McKabe were visitors here
O. Andrus nnd family made n limi
tless trip to Redmond Thursday.
Mrs. John Cyrus nnd son of Prlnc
vlllo were v'sltlng rotative In Clover
dale last week.
A. Templeton. wife and daughter
have returned from a oHinpinic trip
to Belknap Springs.
The funeral of Mr. Hyers, Sr., was
held lsst Tuesday, Row Towns, of
ficiating. A largH number of friends
front Sisters and Cloverdale attended
The remains wore Intered In the Sis
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Kline. Mr.
Ryer and Floyd Umbo are camping
on the Metollus this week.
Miss Mary Fry rear entertained a
number of the young folks of this
neighborhood at her home Inst Frl-
tho bedside of hor daughter. Mrs. II day evening. A very enjoyable oven-
C. WInslow, Mho rocently underwont : ng was spent In games and nt tho
nn operation. i close dainty refreshments wore serv-
Miss KUIth McKncIiern Is spondlim nd by tho young hostess,
the week visiting with Mrs. Maude Miss Haxel Templeton Is staying
WMson of Diamond valley. with Mies Jennie Woods.
Harl Cook, his mother and sister,! Mr. Cobb and family of RoseburK.
who havo boon In Prlnevllle nearly Oregon, woro traveling over the conn
a year, returned Inst Monday. ! try by auto last week looking fur n
Mrs. O. L. Hubbard, who rocoutlv , location for tho winter.
went to tho coast for hor health Is
reported as doing nicely.
Ronald Conkllng was surveying tho
desert claim of It. L. Chase Thurs
day. Mrs. Joe Muellor is seriously III.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON RUTTK. Aug. 17 Mies
Mary Stauffer of Stauffer vlsltod with
friends nnd relatives In this vicinity
Brnest Hester passed through hero
on his way to Bond last Tuesday.
Mrs. Grace Hasslor and Miss Alice
Hrooklngs catno up from Stauffer
last Tuesday to visit with Mr. and
Mrs. II. Brooking several weeks.
K. I lass of Buck Creek took a car
for Bond Tuesday unroutc to Port
land to Join his wife, who wont, to
that city somo weeks ago, for medi
cal treatment. They will go to Ari
zona hoping tho change of climate
will benefit her health.
Mr. Nute passed through bore on
Monday on his way to his homestead
In the Benjamin Inko district.
The school board of district No.
77 met last Monday evening to vote
a 7 month's term for the coming
year and elected Prof. Oscar Ilutzelii
as toaeher. Mr. Butzoin Is a gradu
ate from the Iwlston normal of
Idaho, and has several years experi
ence as teacher.
Mrs. Horaee Brookings called on
Mrs. C. W. Ashbaugh last Tuesda;.
Harl McFadden of Pleasant valley
was over on business one day last
Percy Cook had the misfortune ra
got his foot caught In tho hay rake
and bruise It quite badly.
County Surveyor Rice and sen and
Mr. Wells of Prioevlllo registered at
tho Brookings Hotel last Tuosday
Mr. Leonard McFadden of Torra
itonne Is visiting his sister Blva In
Mr. Vinton P. Uray of St. Johns,
Oregon, Is visiting friends In this
Gabriel Batontl has returned to hie
homestead after being out svwral
Mr. and Mr. Fred Millar vlaltwl
with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maeks luai
Mrs. Klmer Wether returned from
' Nursery Co.
Miss F. Waldron, who has been at
the eamiMi of Templeton and Coruett
at Uolknap Springs for the pest two
weeks, returned hbmo Saturday.
A Sunday school worker, Rev.
Harvey of Portland, occupied Rev.
Towne's pulpit In Cloverdale last
AH people who are Interested In
farming are urged to attend the far
mer's Instituto to bo held In Clover
dale at the Cloverdale Council Club
houso next Friday.
Mr. Harry litter made a business
trip to Redmond Monday.
(Special to Tho Ilul'leUn).
P1NKHURST, Auk. 2L- Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. W. Snyder went to l.nldlaw
on business Monday.
Mrs. Bradley of Camp No. 4 wont
to Laldlaw Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Nichols of Sun
nysldo passed through hero Friday
on their way to Broken Top.
F. V. Swisher made a business trip
to Bend Thursday.
Grovor McAllister left Tuesday
night for Washington.
Nellie Snyder culled at Snellen's
Vernon Heed went to l.alJIuw on
tithel Snyder was eat ling in Lald
Ksther Dletrleh called on Ivy and
Kthel Saydor Sunday.
Mr. C. II. Spaugh went to Bend on
Ivy Snyder called on Kunlco Brad
Ruth Ilayloy was calling In town
ono day Inst week.
A. H. Reed went to Laldlaw on
Mr. nnd Mm. Dietrich went to
Bend on business ono day Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnyder were Bend
vJattore last Saturday.
I II. Root and wife were la Head
Buy Head Butter.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MILIJOAN, Aug. S. A. Ble.
stein left for Canada Friday, where
he will remain for the next few
Mrs. A. Kglesteln, Mrs. A. A. Oil
more and Mrs. P. B. Johnson were
callers at the Norton home the pa it
Mrs. Roborts wus a caller at the
McAdnw home a day the past week.
B. K. Davis and son Harold aro ex
ported home from Prlnovlllo tho lut
ter part or the week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Iiuls Goodman spent
Saturday nnd Sunday nt the Herwltz
L. P. Roonoy enmo homo from
Summit Pralrlo Wednosday where he
has been working tho past month.
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Adow homo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whltmoro nnd two
sous Arnold nud Jerome spent Wed
Irene nnd Margarot Dumo stopped
In tho valloy Thursday night, leaving
for their homestead some 70 miles
oast of hero Friday morning.
John Krwln and wlfu stopped 'n
tno valley over Sunday, visiting with
Mrs. (Hess vlsltod with hor sister,
Mrs. A. D. Norton, Friday.
Mrs. Martha Forney was n hunt
liens visitor In tho oast end df tho
Mr. RoberlH wont to Bond Friday
with passengers, bringing out the
valley mail on his return trli In tho
Mr. and Mrs. Vomon Clovonaer
were cullers In oust Mlllluan Satur
day. Snrah Burton nnd Louis Davis vls
Ited at the McAdow home Saturday.
Cnthutlno. ilmllli nnd I iltnhetlt
Mciizdorff visited with frloiuls lie io
Tuesday nnd Wednesday.
0. 10. Ilouthiuitu la at Kugnno, Ore
gon, but Is oxpoutod homo anon.
Mrs. Alloii was u visitor In Mltlt
LuuIh Hehmort Is expected hniiio
from Prlnovlllo, where lie wunt about
n week ago.
Mm. iLouls Hchmorl came homo
through hero hint week.
Mrs. Louis Kehmool en nut home
from Bond Saturday, where she spout
tho past wook.
Mrs. M. J. Jungok nnd nlslsr, Ml
Pntillno Koch, passed through hero
Wednesday enrouto to tltolr homo
stoud near Hlnuffor.
the county vent Th'iriidev
Mrs. Frank Mti'alTuo nnd Miss
Mario Austin of Redmond Were
ftucstn ut the Hubert Monro homo on
Dowoy Johnson, who has Iwim trv
Inu life In (ho lint-vest Holds of ICus
torn Washington, returnud Jionio lust
Mr. Muhotioy of Alfalfa was n lo
cal visitor Friday.
N P. Alloy and son, Roy, vlHltml
(.Continued on page sovru.)
(Spnolnl to Tho Bulletin)
POWKLI. HUTTK, Aug. .- Mrs.
W. T. Smith wus huattma to thtv Pow
ell Hutto ftorosls Wodneeda). A
pleasant nftornorn was passed, the
hostess serving refroHlunontH befoiv
Ltttlo Manilla Klsalor has Iwen
quite 111 the past Meek. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. F A. Hussett aid
Mrs. Ross lusett were visitors .t '
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