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THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, ORE, WEDNESDAY;,. NOVEMBER 3, 101B.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Spoclnl to Tho Bulletin)
TUMAI.O, Nov. 1, About 20
vouple enjoyed tho Informal dance nt
tho hall on Hnllow'eon. Steps woro
taken then to orgatilzo a dnnclng and
ard club which will hold private
noml-monthly affairs. Tho minimum
ago limit for membership has been
placed nt 18 years.
Miss .lames entertained tho 14 pu
pils ln-her classes at n Hallow'oen
pnrty on Saturday night at hor flat.
Souvenirs In tho way of black cats
Killed with candy delighted tho hearts
of the pupils who all enjoyed a plcaa
Another Hallow'oen party was giv
en nt tho homo of Mrs. C. E. Nlchol
In honor of Mr. und Mrs. D, C. Jack
son. Mr, nntl-MM J. W. Snyder enter
tained at a family reunion dinner on
Sunday, those present bolng Mr. nnil
Mrs. Field and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bturgoon nnd daughter, and
Mr. nnd Mrs, II. C, Cndy,
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Winters who
hnvo a homostoad on tho high desert
camn In to- spond sevoral days visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. John Coon.
Mr. Marlon has mirchasod tho Al
len Iioiibo In town and Is having It
remodeled preparatory to moving n
Tho carpontry' work Is bolng dono by
Itny (lurking spent flaturdny nnd
Sunday visiting friends at liny Creek.
Mr. and Mrs, John Cunningham of
llcnd enmo down to tho llttla privato
tlanco lioro Snturdny night.
Mrs. J, A, Thompson spent tho past
"week at Ilond at tho bodstdo of hor
on Wondejl who Is vory III of Influ
enza nt tho Altamont hotel.
W. I). Barnes nnd John Mnrsh wore
Jurors nt tho spoclnl torm of tho Cir
Mr. nnd Mrs, W. I). Jackson and
fnmlly loft for their homo In tho east
on Sundny morning, going by wny of
Portland and Scattlo, whore thoy will
utop off for a fow days,
Tho Dcurd throshlng machlno is
working In the Couch neighborhood.
A surprlso party was glvon Satur
day night In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. K. Williamson who loft Monday
for their now homo In I.oyon, lown.
Q. M, Couch tins been sick with a
sovoro attack of tho grippe.
Air, nnd Mrs. Fred N, Wnllaco cal
led at tho Harpor homo Sunday aftor.
(Jrovor Corking nnd Phil Smith loft
Sunday for tho reserve to bring down
n bunch of cattle.
Friends of tho Nelson's from To
ledo nro visiting hero.
(Special to Tho Ilullotln.)
LOST CHEEK, Oct. 2G. I)r, nnd
Mrs. Potior of Egll, passed through
hero last Friday on tholr way to
Mrs. Oj.lt. Young and Miss Mnry
llcst woro Ilolynt visitors last Sat
urday, Mr. nnd, Mrs. J. 0. Porry roturnod
froln l.akovlow last Sunday.
John Schrodor of Rolyat was soon
In our valley Sunday,
Hoy and Idamuo Stauffnr woro over
night guests ut tho Drown homo In
Pleasant valley Inst Thursday.
Jlmmlo llnrtoon, who tins boon
working In Knstorn Washington for
xoverul months past, has returned to
Jumos Smith lias put In fifty acres
of ryo nnd expects to hnvo onough
hay uoxt yotr to food his stock.
Chns, Wlillo of il.akuvlew, was n
'guest of his slstur, Mrs. Hubbard,
-xuvoral days during tho pust week.
(Special to Tho nullotln)
HAMPTON, Oct. 27 Quito n num
ber of neighbors nssomhlod at thu
homo of 0. It. Harmon Wodnesdiy
uvonlng, October 20. Tho occasion
bolng tho lfitli birthday or Miss Oarlo
Mudames Warmouth and Whlt
tnkor vlsltod with Mrs. C. II. Har
Jlmmlo lirlckoy Bpotit Friday night
with I.eo ltlggs,
Purr Black Is In llond this week on
Miss Ethel Fogg took Sunday din
Iter with D.trlo llurton.
Cho Misses Streeter roturnod from
Mr. nnd Mrs. Verno Hoffman spont
Monday night with Mrs, I.ucinda
Mr. and Mrs. Verno Hoffman left
for llond for the winter.
Will Hurcoy and Mrs;. Hicks have
gono to llend.tfur their winter sup
'jillrs. 0. II. Harmon has boon pulling
'tiage brush for the past week
Dan McArthur called on U Don
Uarlo llurton Is In llond this week
linvlng so mo dental work dono.
Evoryouo Is busy putting In his
(Bpoclal tli Tho nullotln)
HAMPTON BUTTE, Oct. 37.--Roy
Fonts has roturnod to Ms homostnad
after being out his live months. Ills
mother nocoinpanloil him.
Jim llrnwii Is homo for a soveral
day's visit with bis family.
J. M. Dickey Is doing sumo seed
ing on UIh daughter, Kato'o. home
stead, Mr, and Mrs. Win. Warmouth were
quests nt tho Monks homo last Sun
dti. Hoy Stauffor and Cnrlton Nuto of
Btauffur oumo up Monday and mudu
nomo purvlmBc at tho Brooking
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hnnvii of Pleas
ant valley woro calling on frlonds In
this trinity Monday.
J. It. Wolgcil of Stuuffvr came up
Monday and took a truck out to llond
being mi his way to Tacoma.
Mrs. 0. V Smith and son Leslie,
left for Seattle yesterday. Mrs. K
I Cook and son Percy accompalnod
them ob fnr ns llond whero they will
Join Mr. Conk.
Fred Miller nnd Wm. Hoist roturn
od from Pond yesterday with a load
Last Wednesday nt 1:30 p. m. at
Lakevlew, Oregon, occurred tho mar
riage of V. P. Wrny and Miss Elva
McFaddon, After the ceremony tho
happy counlo Btarted by car for St,
Johns, Oregon, whero thoy boarded
tho train for San Francisco and are
enjoying tho sights of the fair. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wray will spend several
months In St. Johns after which they
will return to their homestead In
Pert Mccks Is hauling wood this
Emery Monroo, who hurt nls arm
Is Improving quite fast.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILLICAN, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs.
Cliff Evans nlid Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Schmorl entertained about CO frlonds
at a masquerado dnnco last Saturday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Evans. Tho rooms wero decorated
throughout with Jack'o lantorns,
pumpkins and witches, suggestlvo nf
Hallow'oen. At midnight masks wore
removed, Mrs, A. 1), Norton won n
prlzo for being tho best maskod lady
present and Frank Spencor took tho
prize among tho men, Tho guest- list
included Mcssrs'nnd Mesdnmcs Ralph
Pepin, Oeo, Ilryant, Geo, Roberts,
A. a. Allen, A. 1), Norton, A. L.
Henklo, Misses Opal Norton, Holen
Manny, Qrnco Ward, Cornolla Wil
son, Molba Henklo and Messrs. Frank
Spencer, Wm. Spencer, H. E. Smith,
II. V. Dyor, Fred Klgor and C. A.
Smith. A Hnllow'eon luncheon wns
Through tho co-oporatlon of tho
U. S. Forest Service and a number of
progressive citizens of this valloy n
road Is to bo built from tho west end
of MHHcan to East Lako In tho Paul
Lewis Hall mndo a business trip lo
Erlo Ostland will movo out from
llond this week and reside on his
MUUcau valley homestead this win
ter. Mrs. Goo. Woods loft Thursday for
her home In Albany, Oregon after n
week's visit nt the home of her sis
ter, Mrs, A, D. Norton.
TIiqs. Moffett, who formerly lived
hero has returned from Canada. Ho
Is making arrangements to build a
houso In Dend whore he and his fam
ily will reside.
Howard F. Dyor has finished seed
ing 20 acres of rye for Miss Janetto
Ralph Pepin made a buslnoss trip
to nend Tuesday.
A. L. Henklo Is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norton and
children and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Al
len spent Sunday at the Henklo home.
CUR Reams and ramny nuioou to
Bond ono day last week.
Frank Snoncor came out from
Bend Saturday for on over Sunday
visit with home foIKs.
j. O. Allen. ,L. II. Schmorl and
Frank Spencer drove to Bond Sun
day evening In the rormor s car.
P. B. Johnson was a Bend visitor
Mrs. John Holland called at the
Rooney homo Thursday.
(Spoclnl to Tho Bulletin)
CLOVERDALE, Nov. 2. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Arnold wero guests at tho Tucko
Vcrn Skelton Ib homo again after
working a few weeks In Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Cutllp attended a
sale at Tumalo Saturday whore ho
Orandpa Cyrus is decidedly better
and Harry Cyrus nutood to Bond
Thursday taking Miss Lambort, tho
attending nurso home.
Enrl and Arthur Orube wero homo
from Bond last week.
Fred Wolso wont to Portland Mon
day to buy a carload of young cattlo
to feod on his placo this winter. He
bought n numbor from the surround
ing country nlBO, and will glvo this
way of marketing his crops a .thor
Wednesday night a good crowd
gathered at the school house to hear
Sunday school grading discussed by
Rev. Towne, Rev. Blnckman and a
Sunday school worker from Portland.
Mr. Abby was doing business In
Mr. and Mrs. Woldron 'wero Red
mond visitors Friday.
Clyde Johnson and F. 0. Cutllp
went hunting last Tuesday and re
turned Thursday with ono deer as a
trophy of their skill.
Cloverdalo Council Club will have
Its first mooting Friday night, 'No
vember 12th. It will bo a business
meeting. Officers elected and com
LOTS LOTS LOTS
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We nre SELLING LOTS nt less thun HALF the
price nsked in other Additions of equal dis
tance from the business center.
Lots 40X105 $75 for Inside, $100 for Corners
"Lojlo 50X125 $100 &nd $125 for Corners
$5.00 Cash nnd $5.00 Monthly, 0 per cent interest.
Mr.-Householder, cheaper to buy and build
than to pay rent.
Young Man or Young Woman, it pays to
put your money in Real Estate when you buy
YOU CAN BUY RIGHT from me.
J. A. EASTES
Bomber Portland Realty Board.
will come to any farmor using scientific mothods In
feeding. Boot Pulp, Dry nnd Molasses Pulp aro
scientific feed rations for dairy cows. They have
been tested In California and are becoming popular
among dairymen as big milk producors.
for fall sowing has made a big record in sections
of tho country similar to Central Oregon, Kharkov
wheat is harder than Turkoy Red, and has a higher
gluten percentage. THE OREOON AGRICULTUR
AL COLLEfli: RECOMMENDS KHARKOV WHEAT
TOIt FALL PLANT1NO.
Wo offer It to you for 91.23 per buihcl.
Sanitation Is our watchword In milling. From
"now on our brands of flour will come to you In
paper-lined sacks. They keop the dust out and the
dour In. . , .
We Are a Market
For wheat, rye. barley and oats. We will quote
you tho market prlco on a cash basis.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J. KROENERT.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL BUXTE. Nov, 1. W T.
Smith loft Tuesday ovenlng for Pocn
tello, Idaho, whero ho will have bus
iness for a brief timo.
At a mooting ot tho patrons of
School District 17A last Tuosday
ovenlng, iL. W. Van Doren was elect
ed as director.
A. II. Rhodo and N. P. Alley each
bought a bunch ot shoop from Mr,
Houston last week.
Jesso Shobert and Diss Bslle Mont
gomery were married by Rsv. Lam
bert nt tho Methodist parsonage In
Redmond InBt Wednesday, The happy
young peoplo are visiting rolntlvos
for a short time after which they will
make their homo In Bend where Mr,
Shohort has work.
E. N. Hall and Mr. Bhutrum who
wero on a week's hunting trip above
Bond returned homo Thursday.
II. K. Allen Is having n new cow
barn built on his placo. N. P. Alloy
Is doing tho work.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J, Chapman enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Van Doren
and Raymond and Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Skein and Mrs. Renslow and chlldron
at dinner Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs.E. A. Bussett onter
talnod Mr. nhd Mrs. Ben Brown and
daughter of Dufur, Oregon, nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Brown of Hood River,
several days last week. Wlillo hero
the party visited Prlnevtllo, Bend and
Redmond, leaving for. tholr homes by
auto Saturday. Tho mon nro cousins
of Mrs, Bussett nnd all were most
favorabjy Impressed with our section,
R. L. Mooro arrived homo Friday
after a month's sojourn at his former
homo In South Carolina.
Messrs. Ceo. Morgan, Geo. Hobbs
and Leo Hobbs wont up to Bend on
E. A. Busnott markoted a load of
fat hogs to Bend denlers Monday.
Allen Wlllcoxon mado a trip to
Bend Monday, bringing out a load of
bridge timbers for tho county.
Clyde Mooro visited Sunday in
Prlnevlllo, a guest at tho Bayn girl's
Mrs. W. T. Smith and children
wero all day guests at tho Agco home
Alfred Munz of Redmond was n
business visitor In this section ro
cently. MARKET REPORT.
NORTH PORTLAND, Nov. 1. A
small run with steady prices Ib to
day's market In the cattlo division,
steers wont fnBt at SC60 to 16.76 for
best grades, cows sold at $5,25 with
holfors going at $5.25 to SG.25. Tho
largest hog run of tho season (ovor
6300 head .being counted In) with a
weaker market constituted tho day's
business. Buyers woro vory slow to
tnko hold but finally got together and
hogs began to movo rapidly nt S6.7G
for tops. Bulk at JCOO to $6.65.
With tho winter months coming on
tho hog runB nro expected to bo lar
ger than usual. Not enough shoop
enmo forward to mako a market, 240
bolng tho total numbor received,
prlmo lambs are bringing $7.35; owes
$5.50 and'yoarllngs $6.
Tho hours of sunrlso nnd aunseWn
Novornbor beforo nnd aftor which
duck shooting Is forbidden by fedoral
law, are ns follows.
Date Sunrlso Sunset
3 6:55 4:55
Cheaper Than Homo Made.
You cannot mako a good cough
medicine nt home for as little as you
pay for Poloy's Honoy and Tar, nor
can you bo suro of gottlng tho fresh,
full strength, clean and puro mater
ials. Did you over hear of a home
made cough modlclno doing tho work
tfint Cnlav'a la rlntnir nvprv itnv nil
nvnr tlin country?. Patterson Druir VJ
OH YOU TRAVELER!
When In need of a bod, a
meal or a foed for your
team or something to mako
your "car" go, STOP AT
P. B. Johnson's
28 miles from Bend; MIUI
can P. O. Also giocorlos,
lunch goods and phono.
E.VERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product ore satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
WHY PAY RENT?
OW IS THE opportune
PW time since the advent of
pi st the railroads for you to
11 build a home. Why
i delay construction until
it will cost you 20 per cent more
for the same building? The far
seeing man is availing himself of
the opportunity of securing labor
and material very cheap.
We have the largest list of Resi
dence Property in Bend. Come in
and let us quote you prices, and
you will soon decide that you can
not afford to pay rent any longer.
Bend Park Company
5 OREGON STREET
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