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TIIK ItKNl) HVLLKTIN, I1KNI,0IIK., WKDNK8DAY, OOTOUKK 7, 1011.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Special to Tho Rulletln.)
HAMPTON IIUTTE. Sept. 28.
Robert Whltcsldo of Chicago vnlloy
wbb over on business last Friday.
Jltnmla Rrlckay la on tho sick Hit
Mrs. Crow and two daughters and
Mts. Harmon and daughter of Hump
ton wore visitors at tho Urooklngs
homo last Saturday nttornoon.
Earl McFaddcn of Pleasant vallov
called on friends la this vicinity Sat
Mrs. Fred Mltlor called on Mrs.
U rt Mcoks last Monday.
II. IIoruo pnssod through hero on
his way to Stauffor to tako out some
Owing to his pump being out ot
order Fred Miller has been obliged
to.hauj water sovcral days last wcok.
C W. AshbauRh inado a business
trip1 to Hampton lftBt wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace HrooklOKS
nnd son Paul, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Ashbaugh and son Mortdlan and V.
Johnson took supper at tho Mcoks'
homo Sunday night.
W. J. lineman visited with. Fred
Miller last Thursday afternoon.
"Win. OITlold loft for Seattle Sunday
morning to res I do with his daughter
llontnon. Tho chili will moot nt tho land Irrogulnr notion dlsnpnsar with
homo of Mrs. Chnrlotto Owen October tholr uso. 0. Pnlmor. .Oroon liny,
21th. wis., says: "My ylfo to rapidly rt
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
SUNNYSIDE. Oct. 3. Fred Wil
son made a trip to Pinchurst Sunday
In quest of his mules.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Loveront pas
sed through Sunnysldo Saturday on
their way to l.aldlaw.
U. M. Couch and J. R. Llttlo at
tended Uio Sisters fair Saturday.
School U progreftstng nicely under
tho leadership of Mtss Florenso Hun
ncl. Messrs. Sliver and Roossler nnd
families spent Sunday In tho moun
tains. Muriel Houghtallng of Camp No.
G went to laldlaw Friday.
Harrison Wilson took a party front
Camp C to tho Headgato Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Styles and son
passed through hero Sunday.
Dart Nichols went to Redmond on
J. n. Miner of Rend was a buslnoM
visitor at this place last week.
Nichols llros. baled hay for Geo.
Couch the first ot tho week.
J. Li. Couch mado a business trip
to Rend Tuesday.
Philip Smith and Floyd Scott at
tended tho fair at Sisters Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Couch went to
Rond to b'avo some dental work dono.
Jay Thompson, who has been re
moved to the Redmond hospital, suf
fering from tuberculosis, Is reported
better at this writing.
Mrs. William Clark and children
went to Slaters Saturday.
- (Special to Tho Dullotln)
LAIDLAW. Oct 3. Among Lnld
lw visitors to tho Slstors fair wore
Mrs. Hwltt and daughter. Mm.
Lundberg. Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Cady,
Mrs. Jeffrie. Mrs. Coen, Mr. Drown.
Mr. Slry. Mr. Hurter, tho Wallace
family. Mr. and Mrs. O. Lurgrd
and Judge Thorp.
Mr. mmI Mrs. Hatch entarUlnml t
Sunday dlaaar, Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Mm. JaaTiiM ami Mrs. Lunftbarg ad
Truosdnlo and Dorothy woro guests
nt tho J. J. Chapman homo for tho
day on Friday.
Dowoy Johnson wont up to tho
ditch camp whoro Ivo will work for a
S. E. Shoperd Is doing somo good
work In destroying Jack rabbits theso
days, when In company with his gun
thoro Is scarcely n day ho doesn't
hnvo a reckoning with a scoro or
moro of tha posts.
Miss Paulino Truosdnlo enmo out
from Prlnovlllo Friday for a wook
,ond visit with her homo folks.
Loyd Uussott Is driving a flno now
buggy those days, a fact responsible
tor sonio good nnturod rivalry among
cortntn young Indies as to whom
would got tho first rldo In tho now
rig. tho honor wont to Miss Ada
T. Ostium nnd Henry Hanson hnvo
bought a hay balor nnd will got busy
on tho hay baling Job soon.
Frank Donlavy of Cllno Falls
passed through this section to Prlno
vlllo Saturday. Miss Anna accom
panied him to tho Huttos, spending
tho dny In a visit with Mrs. Trueadnlo
Mrs. Ida Morso and daughter Ada
vlttltcd Saturday with Mrs. 1$. A.
Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Llvoslty of Des
chutes wero entertained at tho Alien
Wlllcoxon homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Yatos cntor
tnlnod at a family dinner Sunday,
tholr guests woro Mr. and Mrs. Ver
non Sears nnd Mlsa Orlsa Senra -if
Prlnovlllo. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sonri,
and Miss Ada and Miss Mary Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Pauls prcsldod at
a dinner Sunday at which tlmo thair
guests wero Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Alloy
and family and Mrs. L. J. Alloy.
A delicious picnic dinner was sort
ed the workmen on tho A. H. Rhodes
houso Thursday by their wives nn.l
families, tho spread was greatly oil
Joyed by tho men.
Reeves Wlllcoxon wishes to an
nounce to his friends that ho Is sn
his vacation (working on the dlt!h
works) but will bo nt homo to thorn
In tho not far away future
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young and
daughter of ncdmond camo out Sat
urday evening to Sunday over tho
guests of Mrs. Young's sister, Mrs. E.
A. Russett and family.
Wild ducks nro becoming qulto
plentiful out our way.
POWELL RUTTE. Oct. B. Mrs.
Carl filalr loaves Monday for Port
land for a for.' weoka visit with her
Miss Rertha Goodsell cntortalnod
nt luncheon lost Wednesday, Mrs.
Mary Orowllor and her granddaugh
ter. Mrs. Joo Shearer and Mrs. A. D.
Will Rrown left last Wodnosday
for Slstors to bo gono sovernl dayB.
A. D. Morrill Is preparing con
siderable ground for seeding to fall
rye. Ho will sow tho Swedish va
riety. N. R. Reach has finished seeding
his homestoad to rye.
Jim Grlllln hns bosn doing much
drilling of fall grain rye, both for
himself and I.. P. Hahlu.
The hay balers aro now at K. F.
Archers, and from there will go to
D. A. Pattersons.
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MIl.UCAN. Oct I. Ta 8ku-K-
Uk Kluti hald a iomHbs; at the
v wair imlt Immt iirV to tnln hl It a mp at tha urMtdlont. Mrs. Ada R.
wife la Portland. I MUlleaa. oh Saturday. October S. The
J. Walum finished hla work at the followjnx oOteers ware elected for
M 11,1,1 CAN.
TT I. P. the first of the week
Fred Wilson went to Rend Satur
day after medicine for a sick cow.
The Wallace Rros. had the misfor
tune to lose one of their heat cows
Qlirti. Kramnel loft the oarly part
of The weak for his homestead noari
(Saaelal to The Rulletln).
' P0WHLL RUTTB, Oct. 6. Mra.
O. 0. TrweadeJe and Dorothy were
jrawt of Mrs. Allen Wllieoion Tues
day. Mra. Wlllcoxon also eatertatn
(Ml tho following ladles for the aft.
neea: Meedataee B. A. Ruaaett, Joe
Hhearer, Mary Orewiler and Roes
Duasett. A pleasant afternoon was
passed hy tha ladies during ( which
the hseteas served dainty refresh
ment. A. W. Rayn was a business visitor
ts Read Wednesday, returning home
Masdainea Robert Moore. N. P. Al
ls and Virgil Humphrey wore callers
at the J. J. Chapman homo Tuesday!
Alloa Wlllcoxon returned Tueaday
from a business trip to Rond and Dos
pintles. .Joe Elliott, who has bought 40
aftfde of third croo nlfalfa from Guy
Soars. Is bimy putting up same.
Mrs. A. W. Rayn was delightfully
auryrlted Wednesday nttornoon when
vevoral members of the Powell Ilutte
forests gathorod at her homo for an
afternoon of merry making. Tho la
dles brought the makings of n flno
luneh, which togother wuh pumpkin
plea, croam slaw, and delicious cof
foo, provided by Mrs. Rayn, wero all
muoli enjoyed by tho crowd and leave
taking tlmo arrived all too soon for
iqo present, who wero Mesdanien
W. T. Smith, W. G. Mustard, P.
Pauls, N. P. Alley, 8. D. Mustard, Vir
Kle Humphrey, O C. Truesdale, Mia
Mabel Allen and Mrs. Rayn.
W. T. Smith killed two coyotes
Wednesday morning, the varmlnfB
were Rotting too familiar with Mrs.
Smith's flno drove of turkeys.
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon and Harriett
visited Wednesday In Deschutes, tho
guests of Mrs. William Nonny.
J. J. Chapman, who has been em
ployed an operator at Carson, Oregon,
for the post three weeks Is visjtns
home folks for a few days.
Henry Edwards has rented tho
Henry Tweet place for next year, tho
Tweets having moved to Rend
Miss Mabel Allen and Mrs G C
the ecmlng year: president, Mrs.
Charlotte Owen, vice president, Mrs.
Mary B. Davis, secretary, Mra. Anaos
Rooaey, treasurer, Mrs. Augusta
Kvnns. Program oommlttee: Mrs.
Charlotte Owen. Mrs. Ada II. Mllll
can, MUs Gertrude Market. Delegates
to the Oregon State Foderatlon of
Woinens' Cluua to meet at Eugene
Oregon, October 12th to 16th were
Mrs. Charlotte Owen.- Mrs. Ada R.
Mllllean; alternates, Mrs. Anne Mar
ket Forbes. Mrs. Lucy Klger. After
full and free discussion the following
uigeetloBS were made as special
features of the coming eara work
Halted and efficient effort for tho
Central Oregon highway. The nam
ing of a bulletin on homesteaders
reelpes, combining tried, healthfiil
appetising and economical method
of preparing foods fo family
The Improvement of our sehool houro
grcuifd. etc. A social monthly meet
ing to which the men will be Invited
After the business inoetAng a lunen
oon of hot cakes was served by the
hostess, aeslstod by Mrs. Charlotte
A "Rod Tlmo Stories Club was or.
gnntxod October 3rd, by tho school
children of school District 87. A
largo and ivnthuslas:tlo crowd of llt
tlo folks gathered at tho homo, of
Mrs. A. D. Norton and after oloctlnir
otllcors spent n vory happy afternoon
reading stories and playing games.
Tho following officers wore oloctod'
Molba lllnklo, prosldonl, Opal Hop
per, vlco president, Sarah Davis, sec
retary, Harold lleathmnn. treasurer,
Tho club has n tnomborshlp of 20
children who have promised to pro
tect nil of Mother Nature's children.
Tho Insignia in n red button, with
Peter Rabbit's picture in white.
Harold Davis caught a largo beau
tiful lynx In a trap on Juulpor moun
tain Monday. The anlmnl weighed
about CO pounds.
Mrs. Gcorgo Mllllcnn arrived homo
Friday from an extended trip to tho
coast. Sollti reservation, nnd Prlno
vlllo. A crow of men nr putting up the
poles for tho now telephone lino
which will run from hero to llcnd.
Mrs. Mary Rooncy wont to Port
A. D. Norton Is putting up n now
addition to his homo.
A dance will bo given at tho A. D.
Norton homo Saturday night.
F. O. Klgor arrived homo Sunday.
Mrs. Goorgo Mllllran wr.s a caller
at tho Owens homo Monday.
Mrs. A. G. Allen drove homo Frl
day for nn over Sunday visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Goodman woro
callers at tho R. K. Davis homo on
Mrs. Martha Forgoy loft Friday
for a visit with her daughtor, who
lives In tho State of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Rooncy woro
o&llors at the A. D. Norton homo on
Robort W. Sawyer, nnnoolnto editor
of "Tho Rend Rulletln" will sponk
on County Division nt tho Norton
homo before the danco commences
Saturday night, October 10th.
Gcorgo Parker nnd son Arnold,
passed through here, onroute to Im
Louis Goodman waa a caller In
Rond tho past wcok.
(Special to Tho Rultotln)
LOST CREEK. Sept. 30. Mr. O'
Noal has returned to his claim after
a flvo months leave of absonco. Mr.
Collard accompanied him.
A hunting, party consisting of
Messrs. Rert Mcoks. Kinsman,
Schrocdor and C. J. Stauffcr bagged
two deer In tho vicinity of Ronjamln
Ren Do Witt has gono to Rond for
a load of lumber for a now hotno
stoadcr. Dan McGough Is nt homo again
nnd has put In twenty acres of ryo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cowan, who have
been on a business and pleasure trip
to Missouri, aro homo again.
Mrs. Ren De Witt and son Donald
ware the guests of Mra. Perry last
C. J. Davis waa a business visitor
at Rolyat last Monday.
Messrs Curran and Whiteside wero
caller at the Perry home Sunday.
Rev. Cerbett preached an Inter
esting sermon at the school house
J. K. Carran was a business visitor
at Stiver Creek last week.
covering hor health and strength,
duo sololy to Foley Kldnoy Pills."
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
"Why don't you go to tho doctor with
hthnt cold r
"Cnn't iilTortl It."
"You buy h Mtlr of shoes when you
"Yes. nnd thnt ends tho tntnnrtlon.
The doctor kit'i telllim in to cotno
HKiiln." l.ouUvlIlo Courier Journal.
Tho regular services will bo held
nt tho Pros'hytei'lnn church next Hun
day nn follows: Preaching at 11 u,
in, from tho Rook ot GnlntloiiH, TIi'h
Is tho third sermon In tho sorles,
Preaching nt 7:30 p. in, from tho
thorno, "Tho lllvor ot tho Sanctuary."
II. 0. Hnrtranft.
Htr Cosxlna Wy
Hho-Oh. swtt hubby, he so good
as to mak? un n prtwnl of lu) iiiiirks.
Hi- Well. If you nettl.ttnuu you mtij
hnvo them. Nti-Oli. Imw nbvl Now
you iutil to girt nn only itm) iniirM
iuor for my tailor's Mill Fllcgemle
Rlblo school lu n. in. Preaching
norvlco 11 o'clock. Young Peoples'
mooting (1:30 p. in. Proaohlug mir
vtcn 7:30. Prayer mooting nnd Rlblo
study class Wednesday ovmiIiik 7:3.
Poidtltely MnMrrN Croup.
Foley's Honey and Tnr Compound
cuts tho thick choking mucus, nnd
clears away (ho phlegm, Opens up
tho nlr passages and stops tho honrso
cough. Tho gasping, utrniiglltiK fight
for breath gives wny to unlet breath
ing and peaceful sleep. Harold Herg.
Mass, Mich., writes: "Wo glvo Fol
ey's Huaoy nnd Tar (o our children
for croup nnd It nlwnyn notn quickly."
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
What's the Use
of f rolRhtlnir groceries from
lloml froo of churKoT
Lot JOHNSON pay
Ilctncmbor tho plnco, near
28 inllo post, Ilontl to
NORTH PORTLAND. Oct. 8. Re
ceipts for the week have been. Cattio
1706, calves 121, hoga -1107, anepp
C791. The live stock run for the
week was very liberal In all linen.
The cattle market was steady to a
shado weaker. Fat steers sold at
J. 90; buteher cattle steady. The
outlet for swine was very broad.
Prices were ten to llftocn cents un
der last week's nxotaUoRH. Mon
day's top was $8.06. midweek and
closing prices were steady to $7.90.
The receipts for the month of Sep
tember showed an Increase of over
5000 compared with September 191 8.
The ran of sheep and lambs this
week was also large. Roth inarkelH
were steady to strong. Prime syriag
lambs sold In small (luautllles $G to
16.10; fancy yearling wethers firm
at $6.50; choice ewes steady at un
Check Kldnoy Trouble at Once.
There Is such ready action In Fol
ey Kidney Pills, you feel tholr healing
from the very'nrst dose. Uackaob,
weak, Horo kidneys, painful bladder
GOOD POTATOES WILL
BE IN GREAT DEMAND
THIS SUCTION SHOULD RKCOONIZIJ TIIK RUST MARKKTARLH PO
TATO AND PLANT ONLY THAT KINIX COUNTY AGKIOUL.
TUItlST GIVKH ADVICK ON IMPORTANT HUIUKOT
(Ry County Agikulturlht A. K. Lovctt.)
The past three years havo provon
to the farmors of this section that
potatoes can bo cuccesofully grown
here. With oven poor cultivation
and attention, wo have been ablo to
produce a good yield on our lands.
Tho great problem has been that of
getting the potatoes to a good mar
ket and getting the price for them.
Tbo great mlstako that wo have mado
In bis section Is In not recognising
the best marketable potato and plant
ing and growing that kind. Wes.
tern Oregcu is today buying their po
tatoes from Utah, shipping thorn Into
their towns through California simp
ly because the farmers in Utah know
what Is wanted and produco and soil
that kind of potatoes,
The murltet demands a potato, them.
smooth and uniform and wokhlng
from uovon to eight ounces. Tho
pink or blue potato may bo all right
for our homo trade but thoy aro not
In demand on tho market. In order
to sell on tbo larger markets, wo
must produco tho slzo, shape and col
or thoso markets demand.
To grow potatoes that will sell, we
must plant that kind of potato. To
get a heavy yield, wo must plant po
tatoes from heavy yielding hills.
Bavo the best hills in tbo field for
seed and don't part with them at
any prico. If you can buy bettor than
you havo, da it, but now Is tho tlmo
to savo or buy your seed. If wo ralno
tho potatoes domnndeu, wo can sou
Stop the Loss Fires are Unnecessary
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