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THK I1KN1) HULIiKTIN, I1KNI), 0UIC, VKINIC8)AY, FKWWAUY II, 101B.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Spcctnl to The Bulletin)
BISTHns, Koli. 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Updllco nro at l.nldlaw for a
Miss Kloronco Waldron was ft vis
itor In tho vicinity of Lnldlaw Sun
day. Goo. E. Altkon was In Redmond
on business tho first of tho week.
C. U Qlst mndo sovernl trips to
Hcdinond with his car during tho
this neighborhood this winter than
has been experienced far sovornl
It. H. Ilayloy wont back to tho
Davis sawmill to work Saturday.
H. Davis spent Sunday with his
(oiks from tho saw mill. Ho reports
flno wcathar up at tho mill.
Miss Mary Gibson gavo a birthday
party at her homo last Saturday oven
tag. A very pleasant tlmo was spout
Miss Elphn Gibson Is Rotting along
lino with her school at Clovordalo and
About 15 from Slstors attondod "kes tho work very much.
tho basket hall garao la Uedtnond on
Gus Arensen and Miss llnnl Tnm
ploten spout Sunday at tho Koppang
homestead ton miles north or Slstors.
11. I.. Tono, who has been In Now
York for tho past two months, Is ex
pected homo shortly.
A new 300 pound noil was Installed
Mrs. Knickerbocker Is snondlng tho
weok end with her daughter Rachel
John Mohtenstorn wont to work at
tho Davis sawmill last Saturday.
Mr. Hclmholtx of Cllno Falls was
In this neighborhood last week on
Mrs. Guy McCalllstcr Is Improving
In thn liolfrv of tho Prnslivtnrlnn SlOWiy,
church tho last of tho week. The IMalnvtow Sunday school has
Mr. ud Mrs. F. M. Zumwalt and not bron very successful this year as
daughters were Redmond visitors for they cannot decldo on what tlmo to
n rw ,vn in wont i have It so all can get thero on tlmo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Duckott nccom- Kvorybody Is expecting good crops
pnnled by tholr sen and daughtor noxt year an tho snow Is lying on so
wore in Redmond Friday, returning long In this .neighborhood.
Rninr.iiv I Tho V. C. T. U. met with Mrs.
nrt OnhortiA esm In from Reott Chalfan lost week. As tho woothor
lako Friday where ho Is ongaged In was bad only a few attended but they
trapping. Ho brought In 22 martin report a vory good meeting and an
celts of vorr good Quality.
Curtis Ilallor. who loft hero In No
vember for Philadelphia on n busi
ness and ploasure trip, sailed from
that point on tho 28th on tho now
steamer Groat Northern for Portland
via tho Panama Canal.
Quite a number of friends of J.
V. Dennis, proprietor of tho Hotel
Sisters, tendered him a comploto sur-
enjoyablo tlmo. They will meet on
Wednesday, Fobruary 10, with Mrs.
The Lttorary Club gavo a small
program and 'a debate last Friday
flight and a vory good tlmo was re
ported. Noxt Friday will bo a taffy
pull. Everybody como and bring
Mrs. Myrtlo Scoggln wns on tho
nrlA Wo,tno,1nr nlsht liV rathnrlnir Sick list last Week but U bottom OW.
st the hotel to speid tho evening. I Meotlnirs aro holing held by Rov.
TVmMnr nrf Mriin worn lndulcod In Smith and.Rov. Sllvernnll at tho
until tho small hours of tho morn- Plain vlow school house this week.
Two games of baskot ball wcro
plaved lost weok between the Slstors
and Redmond teams with tho honors
breaking eves. The game at Red
Rneclsl to Tho Bulletin)
STAUFFBR, Jan. 29, Mrs.
mend Friday flight resulted In a vie- Edo Is spending. thin weok with hor
ton- for tho Redmond team with a ' daughter. Mrs. J. K. Smith, who is
score of 29 to 13 and the Saturday 111.
night gamo In Sisters resulted In a I Notice has been rocelvod that the
victory for tho home team with a T.ako county health officers hnvo or
Ecoro of 25 to 22. I dered all dogs In this county nine-
Tho lecture scheduled to bo g'ven sled on sccount of hydrophobia
lir A. O. walker Thursday evening, among the coyotes.
Sho Is Rotting along vory well now
although sho cannot walk on It yot.
Wo nro having somo flno weather
out this way tho last tow days.
Ml 1,1.1 CAN.
(Special to Tho nullotln.)
MILMCAN. Jan. HI. Tho Home
steaders' Development Asooclntton
hold tts second meeting at tho resi
dence of Eric Ilnstelnnd January 29,
and took up the matter of n slto for
i ii. jonn-
tho demonstration farm
M.rABt 4 ft smkab h r tut nlnnlftil
with Marcus wheat was aecoptod. Mr7 woro, cn,ln1r Rt tH0 Conoway homo
way to Hond from StnulTor Wodnes
Frank Uorwlts spent Friday nftor
uoon nt L. (loudmnn's.
George Mllllcan Is n county sent
John Arnold and htn brothor-ln-law,
Andrew Smith, passed through
hero ournuto to Hampton, stopping
horo on tholr way out, Tuosday night.
Harney Conoway has erected nn
addition to his homo. Horaco White,
William Sponcor, Fred Klger and Mr
Kdolsteln helped his put It up
Mrs. Thos. Moffott. Mrs. Johnson,
Mrs. Lnwronco and Mrs. Agnoa Roon-
tho fuodlng grounds at Mr. Rhodes
Wndnomlny, whoro thuy wilt bo fed
thrpuRh tho winter mouths.
8. 1). and W. 0. Mustard returned
Thursday from OakuHdnln, Wnnlt.,
whoro thoy nttondod tho death bud of
Whnt Is known nn tho Alton plnco
west of J. A. lllKKH has boon runted
THE WHITE IS
Johnson will also enclose a nwllorilh wk. ,
plot with rnbblt wire which will bo' Cloorgo Mllllcan visited at tho Con-
February 4, has been postponed until
Another surprise was given C. J.
Stauffer when a number of peoplo
oamo for a dnnco Saturday night.
A very quiet wedding occurred at
Lakevtow Inst week when Miss Hazel
Hubbard became Mrs. Charles Dar-
fRnoclal t0 The Tltitletln!
HAMPTON, Jan. 28 Miss Hnnah rah.
Dunn of Imper'al spent last Friday Gus McLouth Is out at Dcnd this
bight weok with Miss Dsrlo nurton. I week.
Thoo on the sick list are Dan' John Pratt Is down ninety feet la
McArthur, Mrs. C. U. Harmon. Mrs. his well and hasn't water yet.
Ueesle Harris. Mrs. Luclnda Black,) Fred Overall visited at the Drowns'
Harold Fogg and Durr niack. . ' at Pleasant Valloy on Sunday.
Miss Era Crow entertained Miss Mr. Williams of Rolrat was down
Smith and O. A. Dill of Imperial and at the dance Saturday night
Mr. Couch on last sundav,
A. T. Frame returned home Satur
day nf'cr spending a few weeks with
his wife In flMd.
Dsn McArthur, Durr Black nnd C,
1 1 OILS K RIDGE.
fSneclal to The Bulletin)
HORSE RIDGE. Jan. 28 Jack
1). Harmon and wife spent Friday Cllngan and son, Snencor, returned
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harrison, lyas'erdar from n nineteen day trip
A. T. Shaver Is In Hampton for a to tho high desert,
fow days. I Lumber Is being hauled this week
Mr. nod Mrs. Fred MlHer hevo for a now school house at the west
cone to neud for a couple of months, end of horse ridge.
L. W. Davis was n visitor nt tho
JOST CREEK. ' Dow Wlllcv hwncstexd oo.Tucsday.
I Mr. nod Mrs. Kllparlck xnent
fSrwwM tn The Bulletin.) Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Christ
LOST CKKRK. Jan. 2. Mr. and Andorson.
Mr. 8. J. Hubbard nd daughter Monday a'tcrnoon Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilszel were business visitors In Lake- Kllpatrlek, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
view a short time ago. ad Miss Aha Cllngoa took a ride
V. D. Harris killed a ooyote In tho over to the Ico cave near Mrs.
barn with his horsos. Brown's.
Thn manv friends of Mr. and Mrs. Little Marv Cllnean had hor foot
C J. Stauffor eave them n surprico hurt last week. WhUo playing near lot '"o A. n. vorto" nomo j-runv.
last Saturday night. All had a vory a rook pllo bor brother dislodged a Mr. nnd Mrs. Will'nm apd !
Mloyablo time,. ' reck nnd It rolled down on hor foot, dren stooped horo over night on tholr
Press DoWItt snnt Sunday with . -
his brother Ben and family
nlanted to swoot clovor nnd alfalfa
Whatever tho club docldos to plant
will bo undor Instructions from
County Agriculturist Lovott who ox
poets to visit the plat onco each
month If possible. As It Is tho Inten
tion of tho Association to have 40
acres In axporlmontnl crops. A. D.
Norton offered 30 acres more which
will bo summer fallowod end put In
to croit noxt fall by tho Association.
I. D. Owon, chairman of tho commit
tee on roads outlined two different
roads, one loading to tho Paulina
Forest and the othor to Pino moun
tain. All settlors through whoso
lands these proposed roads will cross
wlll'nglv gave n right of way. A
commlttoo was appointed to Investi
gate tho onenlng of tho road from
tho Bend-Burns road north to Juni
per hill. It was voted that each
member pav a foe of 10 cents to cov
er Incidental oxnoaflei. Tho noxt
meeting of tho club will bo held on
February 13th nt Eric Hnstoland's
William Spencer. Fred Klger nnd
Horaco Whlto wore dinner guests nt
Barney Conowny's Tuosday.
Mrs Thos Moffett colloiVon Mrs.
A. D. Norton Friday.
Mrs. A. A. Gllmoro drovo to ""
west end to anend tho day wun
A. D Norton and Lou ooodnn
returned from Bend Friday after
snondlng several days there.
Barney Conoway snot n oow i-
IrnBlnc to Georco Mllllcan wnicn
showed signs of havnc rabies. aln
rabid coyoto near Pino Mountain
William Socncor. F. O. Klger nnd
T, p. Roonor were Bend business onl-
lore the past week.
Mrs. Martha Fraor apnt nn nr
tnrnoon at tho Moffett home last
WHMam Todd tok o nlrtnrn of
tho school and children Wdnedav.
Mr. Todd has taken sovoral fine views
of thn VRllr lately,
Ben Goodman came over from his
hnmtcad tn vl't hi nrints, Mr
nnd Mr. I Goodman Srturdny.
nay Cleveland, who visited with n,
E. Davis wid famllv lst wok. has
Pled on a hnmootad here. M' flev
eland sent for hlR wife and rhl!denj
to come to nnu wnere no win rriue
until he builds n cabin on his home
The school chlld'en and '' n
number of other local talent Till rive
n tilay at P. B. Johnson's Fe'niarv
22nd. After the program n lox so
clsl will bo given, tho proceeds going
toward our school.
Mrs. Thos. Mofett. nn a caller nt
the B. E. Davis home MoMi.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. N"rn and
fatnllr and M'. ind Mrs. B. B. T)nvs
nnd fsmlW. F. O Klser otd Frank
t'aen "-o d'fvr.r prnoti at the
hnme of Mr. and V. fonownv Bnn
rtnv. Jk'tur a VA-" flne rnfwil I'm nr.
tr w entortalnod b vornl delight
ful 'elections oi a gmphonhone.
Miss Ruth Cnnownv wss n caller
Archie Smith went to Lakcvlew
nnd fl'ed on the claim oast of his
C. A. Darrah and Miss Harcl Hub
bard were mrrlpd nt LaVevlew Jan
uary 14th. Their maw fr'ends Join
In iuHni them a long nnd happy
wedded life. , .
S. I. Hubbard Is building a houso
for C. Darrah.
fPneftla! to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON ULTTTR. Jan 27. Ttnv
ace Brookings and Vie Johnson took
a truck out to Bend Monday.
Fred Miller nnd famllv have moved
to Bond for several months.
Mrs. Oscar BuUeln Is on the slok
A. M. Lara reentered at the Brook
IngB Hoti last Thursday night. '
J. Drlckoy came over from Pleas
ant valloy wl'b wit wood saw and.
tawed woid fr Hornce Broolncs
nnd Bert Moeks, Jim Brown and Os
car Black helped then.
Djiyo Dunn brought In well casing
for C"ls T'nner last Monday.
A T. Sbavpr wgs a buKlnrss visitor
in this vicinity last Monday.
Mrs llevt Meeks called on Mrs.
Frpd Miller last Monday. '
Mrs. Horaco Brookings left last
Ti'e'sday for Lucas. Kansas, to visit
with her father and other relatives. I
Rhn exnects to bo gono a month.
W. B. Pratt of Stauffer passed ,
through hero yesterday on his way
Quite a snow storm Is visiting this
fSpeclal to The Bulletin)
1" MNVIEW, Feb. 1. Mrs. Mvrtle
Pccj!fins wr r caller nt the Willow
Brook ranch Mondav.
H. Sco;gln and bis sUter Mrs. Hy.
r"8 went to Portland Tesdav. Mr.
Cvrus took them to Redmond in his
Orovor Pulllam stepped on a nail
and ran It In hla fpot recently, so he
Is unablo to be about much at pres
ent. Mrs. Dv aid M. Vsn Tanll
called on Mr, d.iicv v'lnkln Tesdsv.
We aro having colder weather in
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Large quantities of Shorts,. Bran,
Rolled Oats and Barley on hand at
' all times.
Seed Wheat and Rye in several va
rieties. Mail Orders solicited.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A, J. KROKNERT,
bwny homo Friday.
fSnorlnl to Tho Billultn)
POWELL BUTTE, Fob. 1. John
Tuok sold n load of hogs to tho Rod
mond Warohouso Company on Tuos
day. It Is reported that Mr. Oroy has
sold tho Elsler placo to a man front
Missouri, who with his family, will
move on tho plnco as soon ns ho can.
Mrs. N. P. Alloy entortalnod n
number of neighbor women nt her
homo Wcdnesdny. A dinner follow
ed by an aftornoon dovotod to needle
work wcro the prominent features of
tho day. Present wore Mrs. J. J.
Chapman and children, Miss Lucy
Pooro. Mrs. L. W. Van Doron, Mrs.
Guy Soars, Mrs. R. L. Mooro and
Ruth nnd Mrs. a. C. Truoidalo and
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. O. Humphrey and
Glenn were visitors nt tho county
N. P. Alloy returned from Opal
City Thursday whoro ho had bocn do
ing nomo carpenter work for n fow
Reeves. Wlllcoxon and M'ss 8uo
Hall wore visitors at Prlnovllto Wed
nosdny. Mr. Houston tho Prlnovllto sheen
man brought out a bunch of sheep to
TaiiiaBsyasliillBBnHi ii r''T"l,,l,'-3'
In a Mr. Wolln and family who nro
preparing to move out right uwny.
Mrs. 10. A. Ilttiflott and Miss I-'ny
and (llndva Pauls enmo out from
Prlnovllto Fildny for n wook anil vlo
" "llli homo folks, returning Satur
day. The fifteen yonr old son of Mr. and
Mrs, TIiom. IloiiHton wiih surloimly In
jured Frldny when hla elothliiK bo
emtio ontnnglad In tho maohliiory of
a liny cutter which lie wns holplng to
opornto at tho ICdw. Williams plnco,
nnd ha wns so severely lncnratnd that
for a time It was feared ho could not
recover. Dr. Edwnrds of Prlnovllto
nttondod thn lad's Injuries' which hu
found to bo numerous, tho most Hor
loiis being a badly broken Jaw.
Mrs. W. G. Mustard nnd ohlldron
returned to tholr home In Bond Hat
ui day after n two wuekn visit nt thn
8, I). Mustard home, during which
(Continued on pngo 7.)
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