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TIIK IJKXD, UVU.imS, BESn, ORE., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1015.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
I (Iron. V
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
TUMALO, Sept. 20. A burlesque
dramatization or Sir Walter Scott's
"I.ochlnvar" hy the ptiptln and teacli-
urs of the town ncliool, a solo ".My ' their respective homes,
Queen of Dreams" hy Nell Kay, a
recitation "Ilrunlnrd's Remorse," hy
Mrs. Goodwin, and an instrumental
eolo hy Francis Hall were tho prin
cipal numherH on tho program given
Haturday night at the basket social.
The Bum of $14.25 was cleared for
the benefit of the churcn.
Tho fall term besan on September
13th nt both schools In the Tumalo
district Miss .lames Is principal and
teaches the higher grades In the
town school. There Is an enrollment
of 12 pupils In her class. Miss Mly
Iihb IC pupils in" the primary grados.
(Jeorgo llrenner, of Orogon City, Is
tORchlng this year at school No. 2,i
In tho Couch neighborhood, hour
teen children are attending there,
I'alrvlow district school has an en
rollment of 17 pupils with J. A.
Thompson as teacher.
All who wish to make reservation
for space at the Fair hall can apply
to J W. Ilrown.
Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Mrs. Alhort
Harper and Mrs. Jess Harter enter
tained tho W. S. I,. Club at their
monthly meeting on Friday after
noon. Mrs. Hymn Caily was ap
pointed secretary to finish Mrs. John
Cunningham's unexpired term and
reports from the soliciting commit
tees were heard Aftor tho business
meeting rofntshmonts were served by
Mrs. Orlflln and children returned
on Tuesday from Ilermlston, where
they visited relatives for several
Mr. and Mrs (' J. Mock entcrtaln
od n number of llend friends at din
ner on Sunday Covors were laid
for Itev. I. like Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs.
William O'Donnell, Mr. nnd Mm Joe
lnns nnd Mrs. (Icorgo HrosterhouH.
A number of the church peoplo en
joyed a picnic dinner on the Island
aftor stvIcs on Sunday. As A. O.
Wnlkor delivered his last sermon that
I'sy, the dinner was In tho nature of
ii farewell to hi in
About 50 .eopl- attended the far
mer's meeting on 1'rlday night. Court
ly Agricultural A. K. I.ovett Intro
duced Dr. Hector Macphorson who
wis the principal speaker. His talk
(limit mainly with tho systems of
marketing omploed by the Oanlfih
nnd other European countries
through their co-operatlvo societies
Myron Cady returned Thursday
from tho project camp near Mrokon
A. O. Wall-er spent Sunday night
nt tho J. W. Ilrown homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker and
children of llend spent Sunday after
noon at Itlllcnwt.
Mrs. Id ! Couch had an unfor
tunate nccldmit Snturdav In which
she was hurt qulto seriously.
Mrs. White of llnnd Is visiting her
Sarnts, Mr. and Mrs. Silver at tho
Miss Marv Thninnson spent Sunday
Malting at the l'arks home.
P. Wray and Miss Elva Mc- 15 and the following officers elected:
Jonn Holland, director, 10 nu ine un
Mrs. Aug. Muetze and daughter
and Miss l,ydle Klopflclsch left Wed
nesday for Hlchland, Washington,
where thoy will visit relatives a few
weeks, after which they will go to
(Special to The Bulletin.)
CL.OVBRDALB, ' Sept. 20. Mr.
Caraon Is sick In California.
Karl Qrube has gone to Mend for
Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlx and family
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cutllp
Clorerdale school has 32 pupils,
and all the grades except the second.
Stacking Ie about done In this sec
tion with far more and better grain
nnd hay than was ever raised here
Blvln and Dean Van Mot re were
rounding up their young stock the
last of tho week.
Tho Heard thresher will be In this
section by tho 25th.
C. Johnson went to tho covo Wed
nesday and returned Thursday with
a load of fruit.
Mrs. Templeton has suffered the
Mrs. Templeton has suffered tho
past ten dajs with a felon on her
Tho large crowd felt well paid for
attending the address given by Mr.
ffPhnpnn at tlin aphnnl finnan lnat
Saturday night. It proving most In
teresting and Instructive. The speak
er was accompanied by A. B. I.ovett.
Cloverdale Council will mee Friday
night to formulate plans for concert
ed action In regard to tholr display
nt tho Sisters fair, also to discuss
their Interests nnd obligations to the noon
expired term of O. E. Heathman, who
moved from here a lew weeks ago
and Vernon Clevenger, clerk.
John Holland and W. A. Hahn
drove to town Sunday to transact
Vernon Clevenger. the newly elect
ed school clerk, called at tho Davis
home to get the school record books
from Mr. Davis, who has been clerk
for tho past 2H years.
Mrs. Matney Conoway and children
Opal and Oscar, visited ut the A.
D. Norton borne Sunday.
Louis Hall and sereral of his
frlenda were out hunting a few days
F. O. Klger and Miss Ruth Con
oway were visiting friends Sunday
j. Goodman and son Jay spent the
Jewish New Year at the Frank Her-
wlu homo, coming home on Monday
Mrs, John Holland and children,
Mary and Joseph, spent Sunday at
the n. B. Davis home.
Mrs. James Meatson called at the
Holland home Wednesday afternoon.
Harold Davis drove down to visit
friends Sunday In West end.
A. T, Shaver drove through hero
Monday enroute to Mend from Hamp
ton. Geo. Roberts and wife were call
ing on friends Sunday.
Mr. Roberts drove out from Mend
'Saturday to spend the week end with
Vernon Clevenger nnd wife nnd
Mrs. Roberts drove down to P. M.
H, F. Dyer was a cast end business
Hooper Dyer drovo down to visit
his father II. F. Dyer Sunday fore-
Tumalo fair, I'otnto Show and Coun
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MII.UCA.V. Sept. 19. A spoclal
school election was held nt the
Joseph Holland spent Friday and
Saturday with Murton Davis.
Cliff Ream Is plowing 20 acres for
John Holland Is plowing end
olenrlng 10 acres on his homestead.
H. B. Davis has Just finished plow.
Ing 20 acres for hts father II. B
school house Wednesday, September ' Davis and has nnother 20 acres to
(Spoclal to The Mull. tin).
LOST CRBBIC. Sept. 1 1. J. H.
1 linen returuud from his trip to lloud
two Merewr and Pnrry Hnrtoon
wr tnirrlml at tlin homo of the
groom Sunday the 39th of August.
Ili. Curlwtt parformsil the marriage
ctwmour Thalr many friends wlnh
thm a Icing, prosperous and happy
R. W. Meat Is getting In bo quite n
pedtrlnn I la walked home from
atlvar Crtwk last Saturday.
CUrtmce Hmltli caino home from
ltml Inst Tuaaday.
Archie Smith Is working in a lum
br in'll n-ir lioiiil.
Mra. J. O Perry returned from n
trlti to Portland last Wednesday.
P 8. Davis loft -lost Friday on n
trlii to Itaml
Urn. S. J Hubbard will sou Cecil
and Mian IC. McUaohnrn drovo over
to Flfa lust Saturday and returned
ttuuday. WIiHh tlioro thnv wero the
HMtMta of IIik McKnoheril home.
At the Huerlal school meeting on
ilottdwy J. IC. Hiullli was chosen dime
ter (wr the remainder fo tho year.
After thu election them was a hot
LOTS LOTS LOTS
m a i i ) mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm --m
(Special to The Mulletln.)
HAMPTON HUTTK. 8opt. 17.
Mr. llozflim ps gone to Silver Creek
to gut some hhoiI rye.
HorKCK Itrooklnes purchased a cow
from Mm. C Smith.
Charley Davis or Stnurrer passed
through hero last Thursday on his
war to llend.
MIm Alice MionkluRH nnd Mrs.
Oraet) llnsslor of Htauffer were up
Friday fur HupplUw ut Mrooklngs
Mr and Mm. A. M l.nra reglstorod
at the UrouUlngrt Hotel last Tuesday
being on tholr way from Murua to
Mr. Corlwtt U out to Mend for sup-
Mm. Mrlrkoy was up Friday on
N 8.""lrown was a visitor in this
i 'dully UulttV.
Mr. and Mm. Mart Monks and ohll
lr.n. Mrti. Muatt and daughter Viola,
Mini Ml a.ydla Kloplkilnoli were
VKMita of Mra. Fred Millar last Sun
day J M. llrlckoy wna up today to got
freight which thu trucks broiiKht as
far a llronklnga Station.
A few friends 'lathered tit tUa
Ml' home Monday nlKlit In hou
or of Mra Muatto and MIm Iydln
liluptlelwh. Tho ovenlnK wns spent
In timing wud tuuiTe anil nt a Into
hour bo ortNtm with fruit nnd cakes
wiiH KervtHl- Thuso prusunt woro Mr.
nnd Mra J. M. llriokoy and son. Jim.
i ne Mrs Jim Urovro nail ohllirn,
Mr and Mm. l'rod Miller nnd ohll-
We are SELLING LOTS nt less than HALF the
price asked in other Additions of equal dis
tance from the business center.
Lots 40X105.. $60 for Inside, $75 for Corners
Lois 50X120 $75 and $100 for Inside
Loto 50X125 $100 and $125 for Corners
S.j. 00 Cash and $3.00 Monthly, 0 percent interest.
Mr. Householder, cheaper to buy and build
than to pay rent.
Young Man or Young Woman, it pays to
put your money in Heal Estate when you buy
YOU CAN BUY RIGHT from me.
J. A. EASTES
plow before commencing seeding.
G. F. Hoover of Dend came out
Saturday to demonstrate a new car
to Mrs. Geo. Mllllcan.
Frank Spencer calfed at A. D.
Norton's Sunday ovenlng.
Mrs. Vernon Clevenger called nt
the W. H. Ream home Sunday.
Sarah Davis and Mary Holland
wero at the Cook home Friday.
A dance wns given at the Dr. Rosen
home Saturday night which was well
attended and enjoyed.
William Todd came out from Mend
Tuesday and returned Sunday. Mr.
Todd has about 35 acres planted to
potatoes and expects to plant about
100 acres to spuds next spring.
P. R. Johnson made a trip to
Mend Thursday and Eric Hasteland
camo out with him. Mr. Hnstelamd
has been employed in Mend for sev
eral months past and will now stay
on his homestead.
G. W. Cook Is plowing nnd clearing
on hts claim.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and daugh
ters passed through hero enroute to
Trnnk Spencer nnd Mrs. L. W.
OH YOU TRAVKLKRt
When in need of a bed, a
meal or a feed for your
team or someUtlng to mako
your "car" go, STOP AT
P. B. Johnson's
28 miles from Mend; Mllll
can P. o. Also grocerlos,
lunch goods and phone.
Ruth Conowny called on Mrs. Louis
Farnk Spencer and Mrs. L. W.
Schmorl wont to Mend Thursday in
tho Johnson car.
(Special to The Mulletln.)
P1NEHURST, Sept. 20. F. W.
Swisher made n trip to Mend Satur
R. H. Mavlcy loft Monday mornlg
The Pinchurst pooplo attending tho
basket social at Tumalo Saturday
night wero C. H. Spaugh and family,
Mr. Maker,' Miss Ruth Maylcy and
Mrs. G. W. Snyder nnd Mrs. I,. H.
Root called on Mrs. George Couch
C. II. Spaugh nnd famllv wero
guests at the McAllstor home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Styles wero
Tumalo visitors Sunday.
Mrs. A. H. Reed went to Mend on
William Root snent Sunday after
noon with Lester Snyder.
F. B. Dayton threshed hay for Mr.
McAllstor and G. .W. Snyder last
Master Wavorley Mawley. who has
been visiting Mrs. Mrown of Tumalo,
returned home Thursday.
Mrs. McAllster wns n business call
er at tho Snyder homo Sunday morn
ing. Mr. anil Mrs. PInkstaff called nt
tho Coucn home Sunday.
Miss Ruth Mavley went to Tumalo
one day last week.
Mrs. F. V. Swisher and mothor-ln-Inw,
wero out to Sundny school Sun
day. Mrs. C. If. Spaugh and Mrs. L. II.
Hoot attended the ladles meeting
held In Tumalo Friday?
U. H. Root and F. V. Swisher havo
been pnpcrlng tho school houso tho
Mrs. Styles called at tho Snyder
home Thursday nvcnlnc.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Snyder mado n
trip 1 9, llend Snturdav.
Ethel Snsdor cntortnlnor Ruth
5CriM0 Went t0 Dcnd r
(Special to Tho nnllotln)
POWELL MUTTB, Sept. 20 1 M '
J. F. Rice was hostess to tho'poun
Mutto SoroslB Wednesday nfternnS
nt her home. An nverair,, n
was present and nil enjoyed the ttm
Immensely. Mrs. Rice, aeslsted I u
Miss Mabel Allen, nnrva.i .... .'
ments previous to ndjournment v.X
nesdny, October 13th, l8 the ne.i
meeting dnto nnd an nil day sei
is planned with Mrs. Guy Sears .
Rnlny weather delayed thrcshb.
tho first of tho week. Mr. Dunn too,
ed his machlno Wednesday from Mr
Gibson's to Mr. Mooro's however and
has been busy threshing Blnce. '
Lloyd Dussott wns n Plnovllle .
Itor Wednesday, returning homo on
Mllly Wilson's place Is nssumlne
qulto a metropolitan air with Its nlf.
ty little garago which was erected the
Clyde Mooro Is hobbling around
these days, the result of having cut
his foot with nn axo, nnd although
knocked out for somo sorts of work
ho is right there when It comes to
sewing grnln sacks.
Frank Hayn returned to Portland
last week nfter a visit of several
weeks with his son A. W. Hayn, and
family, and with numerous frlenda.
Dr. McPhorsMi of tho O. A. C., de
livered a very Interesting address on
tho sublcct of marketB and market
ing nt tho Wilson school house on
Thursday afternoon. Ho gavo some
valuable Information regarding the
marketing of butter fat In Oregon at
the present time nnd nt tho same
time ho assured tho dairymen of his
confidence In n brighter future for
their lino of business.
A petition Is being circulated In
the Shepcrd district for tho purpose
of holding n meeting on September
30 th to determine whether or not
the school house Is to bo moved,
This question has long concerned the
patrons of that district and will ho
(Continued on page 7.)
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