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TIIK URN!) IlUMiKTIX, I1END, ONE., WEDNESDAY, SEPTKMI1KR 15, HUB.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
fSpoolal to Tlio Bulletin!
TUMAI.O, Sopt. 13. Korty two
frtendB gatlieruri nt tho homo of Mr.
and Mm, Djn Hinlth on .Monday
cvonlng to tender tliem a farewell
liarty. Cards and dancing furnlfllicd
tlio chief amuHoinunt of tlio affair.
Mr. and Mrs Smith will ho greatly
mimed by their largo circle of friundx
hero. Mrs. Smith wax one of tlio
niiwt ardent workers of tlto V. 8.
J. Club who all roiirot her leaving.
Thoy loft on Wednesday for thelrj
new home ;it Toledo, Oregon.
A lliort Harper and bohh returned
on Sntnrilay from HorHe Lake where
thoy lind Rpciil a week camping- Thoy
Hiiropridnd In killing a door whllo on
liort Miller reinrnod on Wednes
day from Tillamook whore he spent
HQVoral woeltH vIhUIiik IiIh slstor.
.Mr. and Mm Ono Wlmor and son
Jlaymnnd loft for Itoiehurg on wed
noiiday. 1). V Dltitrlcli huM rented
their ranch for a period of three
Mlns Until llalloy ruturned from
Sisters Wednesday. She spent sover
ii I weeks tliuro visiting .Miss draco
Franco and Wundal Thompmin,
Is'olllo Stiydur, Unttlo Collier and
llohort Horner are all attending high
Hchool nt llunri this year.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham
nnd Sam moved to llend on Wednes
day. They will llvo In Konwood ad
dition until thoy can erect a now
Tlin two ti'achers for tlio local
school, MIkh Jumps and Miss Hose, ar
rived on Wednesday. They spent
several days visiting at the Hr.rpor
hoiiiH. They are now living In the
Mr. and Mrs Wallace and Mr. nnd
Mm. Hanseii took In tlio "movies" nt
MrH. I. I'! Wlmor roturnod tho past
wuetc from Post where sho has spent
n few months visiting with her
ilniiKhter, Mrs. Kltinnn.
Mrs. Anton Will nnd (Inughtors
left on Thuisday for their old homo
nt Aurora wlieru tho gIMH will attend
Horn to Mr anil Mrs. Deo Couch
on XoptomlK-t Ilit',i, a daughter
Dr. Hector Macphorson, IT. S. Do
pHrtirmnt of AgrlciilturH, )lll speak
nt Hid Tiimalo Improvement Club
meotltiK on Krldtiy night, Hepteniliur
17th at 8 p. in.
.lows llnrter has been drawn as n
Juror for tho September term of tho
It. II. Il.illoy will attend court this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spatigh and
children spent several days lust
week visiting relatives on Crooked
MIsk Carol D.iytnn spent tho weok
mid ns the guest of Miss Itutb llall
oy. (1. W. Homer, drover derklug, A.
O, Walker, Wnltnr Horner. Kloyd
'Hootl, I'hll Smith and the Scogglns
nro rlillng for their hoof stock up lu
the fonmt rtwervo
Knink Dayton and rrnw limn
throshed gialn for drover Corking,
Albort Harper. .1. N. II. derklug, C.
.1. Miftk, It. If. Ilalley, Will Hatidal
nnd Null Itny. Ah mooii ns weather
Pnnlt I buy will Ibrnsli grnlu for
.lolin Coen and Heuderso'i, from
wbarp tho'iiiMrhluo will movo out to
th IMiitilinrit and Cloverdnlo districts.
Edith McKachern wielding tho birch.
C. J. Staurfer drove out to H.
Brookings last Friday wtlh his
daughter Mary, who took the truck
for Dcnd, where bIio will attend high
W. Lesperanee tnd n. Smith, who
have been harvesting In eastern
Washington, returned home last
.lames McEwnn is at homo for a'
Hort Mocks of Hampton Ilutte,
was a guest nt tho Stauffer home
MIbs Allen Hrooklngs spent tlio
weok end with friends at Ilutte.
C. It. Young was a guost at tho
Smith .home. Inst Saturday.
Miss Vlvlnn York expects to upend
tho winter nt tho Fogg home at
Hampton and attend school there.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON BUTTE, Sept. 18. Os
car lllnrk has returned to his home
stead after being out Hovor.il mc nths.
Mrs. C Hlnmnn nnd two children
hnvo gone to tho Wlllnmotto vrllcy
to visit friends nnd rolntlvos.
Mr. and Mr John Whltrkor nro
enjoying n lslt from his fathom and
C. J. Stauffer of Stauffer came up
Friday to bring his daughter Marv,
who went to Bond to attend high
school this coming winter.
d, A. Johnson Is building n bnuso
on his honiestond.
Miss Knlo Brlckcy returned Inst
Friday after being out sovoral
Mrs. J M Brlckoy nnd son .Tlm
mlo nnd Mrs Davo Dunn and daugh
ter Hannah returned Sunday from
Christmas I.nko whero they hnvo been
Victor Johnson camo In last Mon
day after boing out working aovoral
C. W. Ashhnugh has been helping
Mr. Brookings burn sago brush.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Miller called on
Mrs. M W Shcppard last Tuopdav.
Tho bucknraos with ICO bond of
Horseshoe Bar horses stopped at the
Brlckoy ranch last Thursday night,
being on their way to Bend.
Mr. E. h. Cook made final proof on
his homestead laBt Tuesday before
Mr. und Mis. A. M. Lara registered
at the Brookings Hotel last Monday
Miss Alice BrooklngB, Mrs. Orrro
Haesler of Stauffer nnd Mr. McDowell
of Butto nutoed over laBt Sunday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hutlng nnd Wtn.
Holtst visited with Fred Miller and
fnmlly last Sunday.
Bert Meeks was a Pleasant vr.lley
Mrs. I.ona Mitetzo and daughter
Vlon of I.obanon, Oregon, aro vlslt-
vlsltlng In Slstors the past two weeks
returned homo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mock nnd daughter,
Margaret, wore callers at the McAl
Ister homo Sunday afternoon.
C. H. Spaugh wont to Tumnlo on
Lester Snyder called on Basil Bay
Miss Carol Dayton spent Saturday
and Sunday with Ruth Bayley.
L. H. Root was a Tumnlo visitor
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILLICAN, Sept. 12 School com
menced hero Tuesday with an enroll
ing Willi Imr olutnr Vrn. I!nr Mnnka . ment Of 11 PUPllS,
for several weeks. Miss Lydla Klnp. I L. Goodman aud son, Jay, spent
fllesch of Brownton. Minn, a nlcro I l le Jewish holidays otlaat week at
of Mrs. MoekB la nlso visiting here. to Irank Herwitz home.
Miss KioDfliesch enmo went two Mr?- Ge0- Mlllican visited at tho
months ago and visited tho fair at school Thursdny,
San Frnnclsco and other rolntlveB In
Oregon. She Is well Impressed with
Central Oregon and may return In
tho near future.
(Special to Tho Bullotin)
PINEHURST, Sept. 13. F. E.
Dayton has been threshing for Mr.
Bnvloy tho past weok.
C. If. Spaugh nnd fnmlly who hnvo
been visiting Mrs. Spnugh's sister,
Mrs. Koopman of Prlnovlllo, return
ed Sundny ovenlng.
I. E. Wlmor and fnmlly loft Thurs
day morning for Roseburg.
E. B, Mctcnlf of Redmond, was In
this vicinity Inst week.
0. W. Snyder inado a trip to Bend
F. V. 8wlsher was a Bond visitor
ono day last week.
Miss Freda and Lois Clark onter-
tnlnod Sunday In honor of Miss Fre
da s blrthdny. Misses Ethol Snyder,
Nolllo Snyder, Ivy Snyder, Violet
Spaugh, Esther Dietrich nnd Myrtlo
Spniigh wnro present and reported a
Miss Ruth Bayley who has been
Mrs. Barney Conowar returned
homo last week, after a few' weok's
II. F. Dyer drove down to cast end
Burton Davis Bpont Sunday with
(RlHMlnl to Tho Bulletin )
HAMPTON, Hit. 13.--Otis Logan
lias relumed from Clnrlcimna and
liM t-ttinn i. tieeurt claim.
Bcln.td opened bee Moiilay with
MIk B liel Iigg ns tonuher.
Air. nnd Mm. John Whltnker of
OcrvntllH m visiting Mr. tud Mrs.
.1. O. Whllaker.
OhurliM Ivy tnmlo proof Tuo!ny
before ('mumiiwlouer FitKK.
Iwllf II, ill of llaruee wiu In
MImd Haiilette llixby of Impirlnl
terdn pmir Wedneeday with Win.
Me&mnvll Mid I. V. Horfmuii ns wlt-
It. M. Pack nud mother, Mrs M.
Ik Puck left for Bend liiHt Wrdnee
ilftjr ttiuriiliig. Mth. Pock will tuko
the trul n In lltmd for Portl.vnd uhoro
ro will vlult frlendr and rotf.tlves
hpiI then n to Ciinhy to visit her son
L. C. Perk
T Kluivor wiw In Hampton on
ill York of Staiiffor Is Iwiunl-
Hh MIhh Fogg and going to
hum There nro 8 pupils now
knwtiioi Mo rU it soon
and Mm. J. O. Whltakor and
and Miv John Whllaker wero In
(' 0 HUplttton of Held wua lu
Mr. Kh( Whi mouth wns In
ICuiil V hi l4iko was in Hampton
With a load of iolniort on Monday
I) . IternnldH of Held was In
Mr. rtetiiiiiiHl of Waou Tiro moun
tain pawi(t through Hampton Tuea
4ay on lit'. wy home from H'nil
J. '.. Owwi iiUurned from Bend
Mr W mor of Hold wns In
Mr lin of Unrnee was In
Win iieimUty. alter a few months
beencf ha returned home. j
J. T Kliih. who Uvea east of tho'
Butte u ii lUmplon Monday with I
UmiI ei rnKlMKu. I
M- i.uciuila UlROk spent Wednoe
4a uim Mm MntUo Crow.
A 1 Vi uim left for Bend Tuoa
ila' While thoro ho will liuiko
Rrhradec passed through Hump
(Hprrlsl to The Bulletin)
LOST CUEKK. Sunt. 12 Our
school opoucd Monday .wjth MIm M
LOTS LOTS LOTS
-- 1 mmmmmmammmm MMeMHeaHHaMoaeaa
. VVc are SELLING LOTS nt less than HALF the
price asked in other Additions of equal dis
tance from the business center.
Lois 40X105.. $60 for Inside, $75 for Corners
Lois 50X120 $75 and $100 for Inside
Lolo 50X125 $100 and $125 for Corners
Sfl.OO Cash and $5.00 Monthly. 0 per cent interest.
Mr. Householder, cheaper to buy and build
than to pay rent.
I Younjr Man or Young Woman, it pays to
put your money in Heal Estate when you buy
YOU CAN BUY IUGHT from me.
J. A. EASTES
OH YOU TRAVELER!
When In need of a" bod, a
meal or a feod for your
team or something to mako
your "car" go, STOP AT
28 miles from Bond; Mllli
can P. O. Also grocoriej,
lunch goods and phono.
Joseph Holland at tho latter's homo. I Fay, motored to Prlnevillo Wednc
Mrs. Conowny called on Mrs. A. D
Mr. and Mrs. James Beatson drovo
to Bend Monday for a few days shop
ping. Mr. John Holland went to Powell
Butto whero ho will he employed cut
ting grain for a few weeks.
Four hundred horses belonging to
W. W. Brown passed through hero
last week on tholr way to Bond,
whero they were sold for military
Mr. Knutson was a Bend caller last
A special school eloctlon will lxs
held at the schpol house Wednesday.
Frank Hatch returned to his claim
hero last wee) accompanied by a
brother who also Intends taking a
Mr. and .Mrs. Chns. Smith and fam
ily passed through horo enroute to
Bend from Burns Sunday aftornoon.
dco. Roberts and wlfo autoed out
from Bend to their homestead horo
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL BUTTE, Sept. 13. -Mrs.
Allen Wlllcoxon nnd daughter Hnr
ilett loft on tho Wednesday evening
train for a month's visit with rela
tives In Portland,
Mrs. E. A. Bussott nnd daughter,
day whero thoy wilt havo rooms tnl
tends Crook county high school
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kisslor of Pou
land visited Geo. and Frank KIssIpp
and their families Thursday.
Miss Lulu Montgomory of Prn6
vlllo will tench in tho Wilson district
school which will bogln September
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. P. Alloy entertain
ed a few friends nt tholr home Thuri"
dny ovenlng of last week. Cards and
a Dutch lunch wero tho order of en
tertainment. Following are tho
guests: Mr. nnd Mrs. ,L. W. Van Dor.
en, Mr. nud Mrs. J. J. Chapman, Mr
and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon, Mr and
Mrs. O. C. Truesdalo and Ornndma
Tho following young people are en
rolled Jn tho Crook county high
school this yoar from this Bectlon
MIsHes Orlsa Sears, Olndys and Hazel
Bayn, Paulino Truesdalo, Gladys
Pauls and Fay Bussett, Messrs. Hoy
Skoln, Harold Chralton nnd Roy Mof.
fltt. The Moore boys, Dowey and Ed
ward expect to stnrt In a coupjo of
This section was vlsltod by Its flrBt
frost of tho soason on Mondny, Sep.
tembor G. Tho affected vegetation
continues to mature however, al
though some is showing a decidedly
(C&ntlnued on page 7.)
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