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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Spcclnl to Tlio Bulletin)
HAMPTON UUTTE, Aug. 32.
Ronald Gonktln of Misery Flnts via
Itcd with friends In this vicinity sev
eral days this week.
J. E. Fo'po of Bntto paused throiiRk
on his war to Seattle to visit his fath
om Mrs. Jas. Brlckloy and grandson
Wallace Brown, took Iho truck for
Hond Friday onroute to Portland to
visit with her dtuRhters, Mm. 8am-
itol Marshal and Mrs. Ilort llreod.
Mrs. H.Cook and Mrs. Caroline
Smith vIsltiMt with Mrs. Crow of
Hampton irt Thursday.
Mr. tfnd Mrs. V. H. Iloyd of Boav
erton. Oraron. registered nt the
Brooking Hotel Inst Monday on tholt
way to Hutto to visit with Mr. and
Mr. Uernee Brooking gave a tur
ky dinner at 6 p. n. last Thursday
In honor of her son Paula lGth birth
day. Those prouont were. Mr. and
Mrs C. W. ABhbmigh and son. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hrt Meeks and family,
Mrs. Jas. Brlcker and Krandeon, Mrs.
Grnee Hawser. Miss Allco Brooking.
W. J. Itagman and A. Kleael.
Gladys and Herbert M writs took
ftuppor wllh Merlden AshbnuRh latt
(Saoolal to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON, Aor. 2". Miss Uura
Bishop rlsitod Misses Kva and lira
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Cook of Rolv
at were Hampton callers Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Peck. Mrs.
Luoy Hicks. Mlcwcs Kthel Fogp and
Kola Bartholomew nnd Mr. Will Sear
cy campod oror on Desert Creek
from Sunday evening until Tuesday
aftornoon. Iturr Black joined the
J. II. Ashlev killed a timber wolf
last Friday, It. came to Mr. Ashloy's
house and lacerated a pic. tried to
catch their dos and then wont to Mr.
McCunc's and caught a hen. Tho
family of Mr. Ashlar fousht It with
clubs and rocks until ho borrowed a
gun aad billed It.
Isaac Zlcroff helped Dlack and
Harrison tiring In their cattlo Satur
day. They recently bought them of
The Hampton Sunday school hold
their 4tli anniversary gathering over
on Lizard Creek Sunday, August 24.
Resides the Hamntoa folks. Brook
Ings, and Imperial nolRhlwrhoods
were reprosontod. All spent a pleas
ant day. Sunday school at 11:30
a. m., preaching at 2:30 p. m. by Rev.
C. A. llurrls. There were fifty-flvo
Robert Sawyer, of Bond, was out
In thin and ImneDnl neighborhoods
last Thursday in tho Interest of the
new countr division.
On Friday evening last, tho friends
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison gave
thorn a surnrlse partv. Those nres-
ont were, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wnr-
moth. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Feck. Mr.
tnd Mrs. A. U Hunting. Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Harrison, Mrs. Lucy Hlck.i,
Fthel Voce. Zf'i Parholomew. Ber
tha Warmoth, Darlo B"rton. Messrs.
Wm. Hcnslcy. Iac Zloroff, Osear
Hnrccln. Hurr Blark. Wm. Searc
Thomas HarrlMW. Harold Fogg and
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Harmon. Sand
wiches an'' 'rtlVp iprvad 1
o'elock. All present had a delightful
Mr. and Mr. A. S. Fg went
Maury tnetiataln Wednesday and will
Iliirr'lljsok and J. P. Wllqnpt are
VuUlnR hi a hme on Mrs. Blaek'3
rareh on I "' rd Creek.
Arthur Wllquet Is pulling brush
Mrs. L. II. Miller visited Mrs. Nealy
of Imperial a few daw last week.
Mrs. C. A. llurrls Is on the sick
Miss Bertha WsrmolH left Wwlne--ilav
BMtralnr for MefHw wfce-4 sh
vlll coamence her nine mosths of
Mlaa Barla Pirtnn ieot ! nnH
wth ii iithsl Fogg aad Kola
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Held tuado u
trip to Prlnovtllo In tholr nuln last
Tho former Ladles Country Club
nnd tho Pioneer Club mot at Mlsa
Ilerthn Hansom's homo' In honor of
her mother, who ox ports to return
to Portland In n few days. Tho nnmo
of tho L. C. C. was changed to tho
"Woman's Country Club." A delic
ious luncheon wns served nnd every
uno reports n good tlmo. Tho two
Cluba will meet at Mrs. A. S. ColtliiR
htim's homo uoxt Snturdny.
U. C. Cunningham intends to re
turn homo this week from Prlnovllta
where ho was busy remodeling P.
Tho rabbits are doing great d.im
ngo to tho gardens hero.
All the pooplo nro wishing for
rain. Crops aro going to bo very
late If none conies, as It Is muoh too
dry to plow now.
Tho Sunday school picnic was woM
nttonded. alwut one hundred and
firty people Ulng pnsaant. Swjnjw
wore put up for th eUlldren. lie
froshments wero plentiful.
The rst of the lumber for tho new
hnll will be hauled front thn mill
; (SnaeJaMo The nulletln.)
DRY T.AKB. Aug. 1 Mr. nnd
Mrs Alexandria were vMtors at the
T. Rrown home the fore part of the
Otas. Iva nd I. Wtnstow ware
vmmvUtn HI HIV M. Mmatkv iwWw (
Mrs. Lampko cftllod on Mrs. Couch t
Mr. Ijtmlwrt and Mr. Weather
fftpi IIok nasd through bore Sun
(lijr fin their way to Hums,
t. JP A- Carske nnd son. John L..
tja&BiXod business at the Logan
JohnPausch from Ibex was a vli
llr at Yhe 0. A. Garske home Sun
&w. Mr. Mil"" returned home Thurs
day Crqm Dickenson's ranch whero
Iie had been employed during the
There w a dnce nivon nt the
hry.fL-ko Hall Saturdav even'nir.
Aitmist 22. under tho ausnlcea of PHI
IWwfcn's Itucnrroos. which pro'vod
twite a sueeess. owing to the fact
that they had the good fortune In
feourlne Oscar Kruco of Imnorlsl
ai-muiijulan. There was a large at
timdancV). Including manv peonl
rrojn neighboring towns. The crowd
did Tiof disperse until morning and
orervonoireported an enjnvablo tlmo.
Miss Laura Peterson culled on Mr.
ttnd Mrs. Xampko the fore part of the
(Special to Tho Uulletln)
It08T CinsiiK. Auc. II. There
was a danc at Currnn's hall last
Snturdny evening, llosldes the homo
vicinity, llutto. Plenscnt vnllev and
Hol-nt were represented and all had
an enjoyable tlmo.
Dr. Heed was n professional caller
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ash
faugh at Ilolyat the latter part of the
Jim Smith and son Clnrenco were
huslnoss visitors In lkevlew thej
Mr. I.ow of Pond Is the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Overall, for n couplo of;
Hurley Yeok, who has beon work
ing In the vlelntty of Iikevlow, is at
Mrs. C. C. Rhodes wont to Rolyat
nnd Iiock last Wednesday.
Mrs. C. O. Ashbaugh wns the hos
teens of the Study Club last Wednes
Tom Cowan hns gone to Head for
a load of supplies.
J. B. Curran started for Ilend last
Tuesday morning. He will bring In
a load of groceries for himself nnd
some of his neighbors.
G. R. Young has gone to Hond for
another load or freight. His sou,
Robert, accompanied hint.
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
CLOVBRDALK. Aug. 18. The
Kalfor home on the Slaters-Redmond
road near Deep canyon was destroy
ed by flro last Wednesday. Mr. Kal
for arid family wero camping on the
Tumalo. whero Mr. Kalfer was at
work at the tlmo of the Arc. It Is
thought that the Pre was marten iy
somo one who stayed all night ut
Redmond visitors of tho week were
L. Q. Grule,Mr. Rivets and daughtor
Gonova, Mr. and Mrs. llumslde, B.
L. Waldroa and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
B. M. Prey and family who left
this country this spring for Grass
Vnlloy. drove through hero Friday on
tholr way to Wlllamctto valley. Tby
report that cros are burned out In
Grass Valloy and campers front VI1
Intnotto report the same for that
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kline, llyor
and Floyd Grubc, and Vorno Skelton
have returned from a dellghtfHl
camping trip to Clear and Fish lake.
Harry Huor Is suffering with blood
poisoning in tho hand whleh result.!
from a mere scratch.
J. K. Myers npd Superintendent
Hiughman of Prlnevllle were callers
In this vicinity this week advertis
ing Crook county's high school.
Cloverdale Is well pleased with the
farmor's Institute held here last Fri
day by the O. A. C. extension workers
undor tho direction of K. A. Lovett
nnd the Cloverdale Council Club. One
hundred and ten people were pret
est, some eomlng from Sisters, others
from Plalnvlew. An elaborate nlcnlr
dinner was served at noon bv the l.i
dlos. Tho speakers of the day were
Profeeaora Larson, Reynolds and .
M. Lovett, county agriculturist. Mu-h
benefit was derived from the meet
ing. Another room of the Slaters school
hns boon finished nnd Is vondy for
work to begin next Monday. It will
bo occupied by the primary grade.
There will bo no church sorvlcoH
In Cloverdnlo next Sutulny hut n un
ion out-door aervlro will bo hold nt
Slstors. Sunday school 10:30 ,n'td
preaching nt 11 n. nt.
Tho bachelors of Dosort Springe
gave a party nt tho homo of Mr. (loin
pors Friday night. Gnmes, dnnolng
nnd refreshments wore tho order f
tho evening of n vory Jolly crowd.
Mrs. McAndrow. who hits boen
spending her mention hero with hor
brothur, hns returned to nor nomo in
Idaho, whore sho will loach tho com
Mntt Kuloseh has been spending n
few days In Prlnuvlllo.
(Special to The Uulletln)
SITN'XYSIDH, Au. 80.-J. U Couch
nnd wife went to Redmond on bust
Phil Smith wont to lldlaw Thurs-
day to attend the tanners tussling
.lav Thompson wns n Sunnyslde
l visitor Tuesday night.
Orover Oherklng was in suunysme
Snturday looking for cattlw.
O. ljutrganrd nnd family siwut
Sunday at the Metollus.
Mrs. C. M. Nichols of Uldlaw spent
Thursday nlitht nt the home of hr
son. J. H. Nichols,
Mr. and Mrs. J. U Couch went u
Rend the last of th week.
The stnnll sod of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jack Slower at Camp No. 7, has been
quite 111 HiIb week. Of. Hosch of
iudmoud wan In attendance.
Mrs. Delhi Nichols attended the
agricultural lectures given In Laldlaw
Mesdames Plain and Snyder of
Laldlaw Bpent a couple of daya at
the home of Mrs. Don Smith la.it
Fred Plnfeotaff passed through
Mtseert Bdna Root and Draco Brad
ley, of Plnchurst were guests of Mrs.
Hart Nichols Friday.
Fred Wilson made a business trip
to Head Saturday.
Mesdamoa Howard and Brown
wont to I.aldlaw Thursday.
Messrs. Doha nnd Newcomb spent
a few days on their farm hero lust
Mahlon and Melvln Couch wont to
Laidlaw on business ThurMlay.l
Mrs. Delia Nichols made a nuslnets
tiln to Plnehurst Friday.
F. W. livereni and family spent
Sunday nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Jar Nichols was a auonyslde vis
Floyd Seolt and Patil Seeggla pass
ed through, here Saturday with beof
cattle for the market at Head.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
PINHHURST. Ag. 0. Mr. O. W.
Snyder went to Laldlaw on business
L. II. Root and wife made a busi
ness trip to Laldlaw Thursdav.
Ruth Hayloy went to Lnldlnw on
Mrs. O. W. Snvder and chalidran
spent Thursdav'wlth Mrs. Jaeksou.
Mr. Plnkstaff vnsed through horo
Thursdav on his way to the sawmill.
Mrs. I. K. Wlwer wont to Laldlaw
one day last week.
G. W. Snvdor and Kthel went to
Bend an business Wednesday.
Mr. Hoed hns been hauling 1 11 in Iter
from tho Andoraon Bros, sawmill the
Vernon Reed went to Laldlaw on
Mrs. C. II. Spaugh. and children
SEPTCMCER 17. 18. IB. 1314
A WESTEIiH SHOW THAIS THE RIAL Till.HQ
LOW ROUND-TRIP FARES
Fer Fell lalsfciatloa
Xik tay 35tl
fll J IfJa Sfc
fRr.nlnl to Tho Bulletin.)
Divers, Aug. 24. j. b. nivers
returned from Bend last week. Ho
was accouipanlod by E. Danielson.
Help Make Oregon the
Cleanest State in the Union
Unclean Idoas In regard to sex scattered broadcast by tho ignor
ant cause Immorality, disease and suffering among the Innocent.
True, wholosomo Iqformation helps to produco cloan, honlthfu!
citizens 'apr.blo of richer and mora useful lives.
Sex education should bo provided when possible In tho homo.
Famphlots will be sent frco for men nnd women, boys nnd girls
of all ages. Bend 2-cont stamp and stato definitely ages nnd
cox of children and other portions for whom pumphlots aro
The Oregon Social Hygiene Society
I)ci)t. K. 720 Beijing Building, Portland, Oregon
woro tho guests of Mrs. L. II. Root
Mlsson Nolllo, Ktlml nnd Ivy Huy
dor nnd brother, Lester, nnd Hobort
Wnlhtco of Lnldlnw woro onlortnlited
by tho llnyloy chlldrou last Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Root wore Hond vis
Horn onu day, Inst weuk,
Hurry Dietrich and mother woro
calling in Laldlaw Friday uttornoon.
(Hpoclnl to Tho Hiillolln.)
POWULL BITTTIC, Aug. St. Mrs.
(loo. Klssler nnd children visited
sevenil days of Inst week In Rodmond
whoro little Muudlo was uudur tlio
eare of u idtyslclan.
Horn, to Mr. nnd Mrs, Goo. lluven
on Tuesday, a son. Mother nnd child
nro doing nicely.
Miss Mh bid Allen .tsited tip Prlne
vlllu Woduosdity. Miss Vera lieu-
drlcltuon nccompnnlvd hor humu for
n visit nu tho fnriii.
J. A. RlgKs nold 10 hond of hoof
ntoors to O'Doniuill Bros, of lloud
K, N. Hnll nnd Reeves Wlllooxnn
wont lo Hond Wotlnomluy, returuliig
Thursday with n bunch of ynuiw
horsim whluh hhd boon on Miuiimur
imsturo nt tho uumdnws.
Mrs. W. (I. Munlnrd and children
returned Wednesday from n inottth'n
vIhII with rolntlvon In Hpoknuo.
John Klnslvr of Hodmoud wns u
visitor out this wny Friday.
Mrs. A. W. Hnyn uud dniiKhlor.
Mlsa lintel, visited nt Iho Arnold
I luinui mini' llnml triini YVodlluHiluV till
Friday of Inst week,
N. P. Alloy sold HI hond of calves'
ko Mr. Paxton of Opnl City lust week.
Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Klsv
ler on Saturday evening a girl.
"Grandma" Klssler or Rodmond im
looking nfler Iho wolfnro of Iho
young miss nnd her mother.
Frnnk Donlnvy and Anna mid John
Donlavy nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joaso Don
lnvy and daughter. Fay, of Pllne Kn. Is
vlsltud nt tho U. C. Triiosdule homo
Geo. HohlM gave a nelghlmrhooil
dance nt his plsru HHturdny night.
a iimttll crowd luruud out owing to
tho busy Hontmii.
Dr. J. F. Hosch of Redmond wuh
n profoHslouiil visitor In this hooII'mi
iievornl tlinim limt week.
Mr. and Mrs, lluiiry Twoot and
family loft Hundiiy for u two wook'n
outing nliovo lloud. Mr. Twool ox
poclH to do somo prospeuljuic up jii
llroken Top mountain.
Miss Ornit Henrn wont to Redmond
(Contliiiiiul 011 ihiko sovon.)
What's the Use
of frclulitlnirKrocorloH from
Hond frco of ulmrKO?
Lot JOHNSON pay
Kcmomliur tho pluco, noiir
UH 111II0 post, Hoiitl to
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