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THE IJENI) UULIiETIN, I1END, OIIE., WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1018.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Sncclnl to Tlio Ilnllotln)
TUMAI.O, .Inly 12. All tlio far
mers nro now biiHy cutting tliclr first
crop of alfalfa and n a rcaiilt only a
fow nttendcd tlio inontlily mooting of
tlio Tiininlo Improvement Club Inst
Bnttirdny. Tlio ntuto wood lnw wns
load mid Mrs Donovan played novoral
piano scloctlonH These woro tlio on
ly two fcalure of Hie program, an
two of tlio commlttco In charge have
gone away for tlio Hiimmor
Krod N. Wallnco lutuineil from Sa
lom Monday morning wlioro lio had
Hixtnt Hovotnl davH on IiiihIiiqbs in
connection with tlio project.
Mr. and Mr, John Cunningham
Mr. and MrH. Alfred Hanson and Hon
Raymond returned Hnlitrdny from
tlio Mntulhifl wlieio thoy spout two
wooIch nimnlng at IIi'IhIiirh.
.MIhh Qoitrudo Woodcock In npond-
Iiik hor Hiimmor vacation with her
fnthor, S. W. Woodcock MIrh Wood
cock Ik a Seattle high school toachor.
Wlllnrd and George Sandol nnd
Mr. and Mra Cliiroticu Sandol drovo
over tlio piojoet Hiinday morning and
nt noon enjoyed n picnic; lunch near
Mra. Wallor Marsh wont ovor to
Itodmond .Sunday from whore sho
took the train for WiiHhliiKton.
Hovenil auto loads of youngsters
unjoyed a picnic and pluo cono liat
tlo IiihI Hiinday on tlio hank of Tuin
Tlio iiioiilhly mooting of Iho W. H.
1.. Oliili l callod for Kilday aftomoon
Illnko llockoi nnd IiIh lirldo nro
living on tlio Chnunccy llcckor plnro.
MrH. Snyder spent several days
visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Dob Stur-Kcon.
MIbb Elva Mcl'adden spent tho
fourth at Hcdmond.
Wm. Hoist went to Ucnd ycBtorday
for supplies and lumber.
This flection was visited by a gen
tle rain tho past week which will
help tho crops considerably.
A. T. Shaver was a business vis
itor hero yesterday.
Mrs. J. W. Wray and grandson,
.Johso Porlngfon, wero tho guests of
Miss Elva Mcl'nddon last Thursday
(Special to Tho llullotln)
HAMPTON, .Inly 8 Farmers aro
rejoicing over tho lino rains wo aro
having. Crops wore short and dry
Mrs. Until nulovson was at Hotel
Hampton joHtonlay waiting for
AVray's stage for llond where sho
will tal:o train for Portland.
Mrs. II. A. Fogg of Clovordnlo Is
vlslllug A. H. Fogg and family
W I). Ilotiuolt miikos proof biforo
CommlsHlonor Fogg today
Many from horo attended Iho colo
brntlou of July .'I nt llinoklngs and
nil report n nice time.
N. S. Drown spout Tuesday night
with 1,00 Itlggs.
A. S. l'"ogn made a business trip to
Paul Hold's Monday, returning Tues
day. MrH. Kennedy and daughters of
Prliiglo FlatH worn visitors lu Hamp
ton Tuesday morning.
Mr. Alexander of Dry l.nlio was In
Several from thin vicinity attended
tho Prliiglo FlatH celebration on
duly lith. I
.MrH, v. Schroder or itoiyat was
In Hampton Tuesday morning.
Mr. and MrH, Ooorgo Allison nnd
It. C. Miller have gone to Prlnovlllu.
Molvlu Crow had a yearling heifer
cut her throat badly on barbed wire.
MIhh Ethel Fogg Iiiih our school
for tho mining term.
(Special to Tho llullotln),
I.08T CHEEK. July C - Tom Cow
mi went out to llond to celebrate tho
Marvin I'errv, who Iiiih been drill
ing wuIIh near Silver Crook, called on
Iho homo folks last Friday
.MrH. I.esporanco entertained the
following IiuIIoh last Thursday In
honor of her mother's IStli birthday'
Hiiiilvnrs.irv Mosdiimos Young, Smith
Ktaiiffer, WitHhliurn and Overall and
Clarence, Archie and Iteeco Smith
uud W. il.oHpomnco left hint Snturdiiy
for Wull.i Wnlla, Wash, wlioro thoy
ipocl to ImrvoHt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. lien IthodoH and fam
ily wore gucHts nt the llrown homo
lu PI01H.111I valley last Sunday
Quito a niiniber from our valley
celebrated tho Fourtli at II. tlrook
IngH hint Saturday.
MrH. C 0 Ithodes and Mrs C C
Wiuhhurii wore guests of Mrs J. O.
A large crowd picnicked up In tho
ProfcHHor (lardlner of I.nkoview
Whh a giieHt nt tho Hubbard home tho
Utter part of last week.
II. Kinsman and family drovo in
from Tttcoma, WuhIi. Thoy arrived
(Special to Tho llullotln.)
MIL.MCAN. July 12. Last Tues
day nftornoon II. P. Dyer loaded his
buggy with radishes grown on his
homestead near Horse Kldga and dis
tributed them among tho neighbors
between there nnd on oiiRt, ns fnr as
tlio load liiBted. All who woro fav
ored pronounced them tho finest ovor.
Mr. Dyer has grent quantities of
vory fine vegetables growing in his
gardon nnd nlso saja that his wheat
and corn crop aro doing nlcoly.
P. 1). Johnson mndo business trips
to llond Tuosdny nnd Thursday of
Mrs. John Holland nnd children
woro dinner guests nt Mrs. Kollors
on July Fourth.
Mombers of Iho Onrsko fnmlly of
Dry I.nko woio Btoppcrs 1ior,o on
II. E. Davis nnd I. I,. Owon enmo
homo Thursday from Prlnovlllo for
11 visit with their families horo.
Thos. Mciffntt movod his family to
Mrs, II, E. Davis nnd son Donald,
rodo down to Mrs. John Holland's on
Wednesday to spend tho day.
P. Ii. Johnson nnd family and
Louis Hall nutoed to Hampton on
Sunday afternoon, coming beck In
Several of tho homestcadors hero
aro cutting their ryo this weok.
Mrs. Coo. Mllllcan was out taking
views of the valley with hor Kodak
Mrs. Mllllcan called at tho Moffett
homo Friday afternoon.
Earl Powers Is cutting ryo on tho
A. Frnzer nnd family passed
through horo enrouto to tholr home
stead Wednesday. , '
A vnluablo horso belonging to Geo.
Mllllcan died of lock Jaw Wednesday
MIsb Solma Ilraun returned to her
claim hero after a month s absence.
busy putting up hay on tho Wilson
place. Mrs. It. L. Moore Is boarding
Mrs. Guy Sears loft Monday for
Tacoma and other Puget Sound
points whore she will visit friends
and relatives and also bo a guest at
the wedding of a nicco.
Clarko Morso was a business vlsl
tor at Sisters sovcral days of last
C. II. Cook of tho Pond Flour Mill
Co., of Bond, was a local visitor on
Farmers of this section who glvo a
part of their attention to fruits and
gnrdenlng nro beginning to reap the
yearly roward of such nttcntlon. On
their tables .will bo found tho fol
lowing frultn: rhubarb, gooseberries,
Mrs. Mary Tloonoy, who has been "U"B;, iwiiornes anu raspi.er-
vlsltlng hor daughters In Portland, '"--."""" l"u,.u '" "u,-"u ul k"'1"-"
tho pnst month, Is expected back In
n fow days and will resumo her posi
tion as housekeeper nt Mllllcan Inn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Dcnson of .Lost
Crcok passed through hero Friday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL HUTTE, July 12. Tho
several rains of Inst week woro hear
tily welcomed by tho dry farmers nnd
did no damage othcrwlso with tho
exception of bleaching hay that was
down nt tho time. Socond crop of
hay on land which was cut-ovor a
couplo of weeks ago Is making such
rapid growth that It now seams ovl
dont wo will ho harvesting second
crop hoforo tho customary tmio.
E. N. Hall Is going to put up E. L.
Ivorson's hay crop, ho started cutting
Max Strixnor nnd n crow of mon
(Rrechl to Tho llullotln)
HAMPTON IIUTTK. Jul) 10 C
J. StmiffDr Mini) up Krldsv wpli hs
kots Tod who was sick nud took htm
out to llond for medical treatment
Mrs, John MrPitddnti and two chil
dren aro visiting with her daughter
Ulvu lu Pleasant valley this week
Itoy HlnuhVr and Paul llrooklngs
lle gone out to Head for supplier
1'eroy Cook and Lenin- Smith went
Prliiglo Flats Mouda) to colebralo
, J. M. Hi lekoy Ih on the sick Pat
Mr. and Mm. Nelson and children
ud Mrs. Sohmldt and children and
Mrs. Kdoand sou name ui from llutte
to Mlohrnlo tho Fourth at llrooklugs
Mr. and Mrs. J W Wmv of St
Johns, Orugon. aio lulling their son
Vim on this weok.
Mr. mill Mrs. Port Meoks wero
PUmmut allwy visiters hut Wednes
Mr. and Mr HonU m. Mr lllihel
Mid Mr. Shearer of llond eololirutvd .
th Fourth .it Urooklnw Situnlnv
Wuuo l.twpentnco ami Mr Smith
puno up from Stuuffor Saturday to
take a truck to llond
lleurv Kinsman nnd family paaBod
IhrniiKli lier Monday on their way to,
their lioineHte.id near Stnuffer, j
Port Meek mndo a business trip
to Staurtor lust Monday. .
IS ALL IlICIHT IN ITS PLACE HUT FOR OUR
WE WANT TO (JIVE YOU STRAIGHT TALK.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT UREAD FROM OUR
FLOUR IS MADE IN OUR 1LAIIORATORY AND THAT IT
TESTS AS HIGH AS ANY ON THE MARKET.
THAT OUR FLOUR IS SOLI) CHEAPER THAN ANY OUT
THAT EVERY BACK IS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
TO SUIT OR YOU MAY RETURN IT AND GET A NEW ONE.
THAT OUR MILL IS CLEAN AND SANITARY.
THAT IT HAS THE MOST MODERN EQUIPMENT OF
ANY FLOUR MILL ON THE WHOLE PACIFIC COAST.
DO NOT LET YOUR arioCERYMAN TALK YOU INTO
1IUYING ANOTHER I1RAND WHEN THERE IS A GOOD
FLOUR MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN AND SOLD AT A
PATKONIE HOME INDUSTRY.
vegetables ready for use.
Henry Edwards, who sustained
FcrloUB Injuries In n fall from a horso
Thursday of Inst weok, Is reported ns
somewhat Improved. Mr. Edwards Is
unnblo to glvo an accurate account
of the nccldont and whether tho horso
bucked, stumbled or foil or whether
ho lost consciousness and foil from
tho animal is not known. Ho was
dragged for a considerable distance,
receiving somo vory painful Injur
ies to his head nnd neck.
Mrs. Ida Morso has organized n
music class and Is giving onco a weok
lessons to tho following young pco
plo: MrB. Ross Ilussott, Fay and
Lloyd Uussott, Mildred Alloy and
Paulino Trucsdale. All aro receiv
ing piano Instructions.
E. L. Iverson bought a number of
young steers nnd holfora last weok.
Joo Giles of Redmond niado tho do
August Dryor recently sold his
farm to n Mr. Whorl who together
with nn aunt have takon possession.
N. P. Alloy hns been doing somo
enrpontor work for Mr. Whorl, en
larging and othorwlso improving his
About 25 young peoplo, members
of the young men's and young wom
en's Sunday school classes, mot with
Pauline Truesdalo Sunday to prac
tice songs for the big picnic of Julv
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon
wore visitors to Rend Monday, re
turning the snmo day.
.1. F. Rico brought a hunch of his
voting cattlo down from the Iiuttes
Sunday whero they havo been In the
Iilnlr pasture Blnco oarly Bprlng.
Mrs. E. A Ilusiett entertained nt
n "grnndmn" dlnnor Sunday. Tho
following ladlet who count their
ages upward of the three score notch
were her guests: "grandma" Spray,
llrown and Truesdnl. Resides these
Mrs. G. C. Truesdnle nnd daughters
Pnnllno nnd Drrnthv, MIps Dorothy
Wells rnd Hnrold Cook enjoyed tho
ilov at this hooltnblo homo
Mr. nnd Mhi. Reaves Wlllcoxon
entertained tho following giie nt
dlnnor Sundnv Itnv. nnd Mrs. W N.
IiyerB of Redmond, Mrs. Ida Morso.
tho Misses Ada and Ednn Morso nnd
Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. E. Warner nnd
smnll daughter onloyed dlnnor Sun
day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosa Hussctt.
POWELL HUTTE, July 11. Horn
to Mr. nnd Mrs. N. H. Reach July 3rd
A. D. Morrill Is fluttering n sovero
GET OUT of tho rut. It's
only a habit to do all our
trading nt tho lnrger towns.
Let us spend our inonoy at
homo wlioro It will do US
tho most good. HEMEMIIEU
n 2G cent phono message will
transact a lot of business
and save DOLLARS.
P. B. Johnson
attack of lumbago.
Mrs. W. A. Foster has boon suffer
ing with rhoumat'sm tho past two
A flno shower foil hero Inst week,
greatly freshening crops on dry land.
Mr. lllalr, father of Lowla and Ir
vln lllalr, expects to leave here soon
for an extended vIbU to the old homo
(Continued on pago 7.)
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