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T1IK IH2XI) IJl'MiKTI.V, 1IHXI), OIli:., WEDNESDAY, XOVKMIIKIt 17, J01B.
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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Rpecliil toTho Ilulletln.)
TUMALO, Nov. 15.- Meetings ot
VnrlouH HorlH linvo been the chief In
terest hoio tlm pant week. On Wed
nesday night llio I) o v o 1 o p m o n t
l.caguo mot to dlscum Hip inuttor of
helping tlio people In tlio Plalnvlow
neighborhood lo form an Irrigation
district by coticolldatliig Buvornl of
tlio manlier muteum bulIi as tlio
Throe Creek and .Squaw Creok Irri
gation company', hb well hh to mako
pliitm for ImprovliiK Mm Tiimnlo-Ilptid
roail. Friday ami Saturday were
"good roads" davt here and n good
slKutl force of men, ImoliiPBH men Htul
farmers allltc, turned out with pick
Bhovol and Kinder to ImprovB tin
highway. llndur the aMe leadership
of Jtunos Orlllln the road linn Iippii
pill In first das condition. John
Couch and I,. II. Hoot did pfllclont
work with tlio county grader from tlio
Dl'SoIiiiIuh bridge lo tlio cinder road
whllo annlhor larger force spent their
time In ImprovliiK tho rund from the
brldgo into Tumalo.
Tho program committee of tho lit
erary club iiIbo mot Wednesday night
to mako out the outline for the year's
work which will Include the Htudy of
tlio Uvea and works of artists, musi
cians, pootB, novelists, fainouB men
and women and current ovo'itB. Mom
liora of tlm eoiiimltteo aro MrH. C.
'. llucker. Mr Mlutn Howard, .MIhh
Fay OnrkliiK, MIsh Mnignrot Mock
nnd .MIhh .In dick.
TIiouhIi iigiod number turned out
to ntloud tin1 niPOtliiK of the I'nrinern
lillil MorchtiutH Tolophotie Co. Snt-
lii day afternoon thoy wore unable to
transect any IiiinIiipmn hb there woio
not enough membori lo constitute a
iliorilln ArcordlliK to the by Iiiwb
of tho niKHliUAtlcn a majority of the
xlock hoIderB roiiHtltutu a (giiorum
and It bt ui'Kenlly kmiuobIciI that
every atockhotder bo present at Hip
next meeting called for November 27
or else Bend a proxy ait pressing bus
Iiiuih la to he transacted.
At the call tnei'tlllK of the lltprarv
club Hnlurdir aflnrnoou the nniiie by
Which tho club will bo known wiib tlio
Illt matter discussed. It was it unit 1
Itiotiilv voted to call It "Tllllcuin "
The proKi nn for the year Hiibinltted
bv the I'oiiiinlttHH wiih toad and adopt
od. The noxl meeting of tho cluli will
bo at the home of MrH. It. I'. h'llck
IiiKor November i". The hostess will
be Hsslstod In eutertaluliiK b MrH.
Mildred Taylor irid Mr. C. P. Pork
er. Itoll call will be the name of a
famoiiH painting and the artlHt.
A called meeting of tlio W. H. 1..
Club was also held Haturilay nfter
nonii nl the h mm of Mrs. Illako Heck
or. It was voted to IIiiIhIi paying for
the piano In Hip hull Immediately iih
paymeul Ih mow duo. Tho club clear
ed enough moiioy fair day and from
the Halo of cook hooka to do thin ami
iiIko buy lumber and nulla to cell
A good Bled crowd attondod tho
lit Mt nfrnlr Klveu hy the Tumalo Hub
Hcrlptlou n.niiliii: and Card Club on
Vintiinliij iiliihl Kxcellout tiltlBlc wan
furnished by Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
lckliiHou ItefroHhmontH of Hand-
wIcIiph and coffee were Horved, The
folio wlni; olIlrerH worn elected: 1'roB
liletit, drover (lorkliiKi vice proHldout
Harry .McOulru; Bocrolary-troaauror,
Nell Hay Tho next club danro for
tho inciiilii'oi "iid thulr frlondH will
lie on November 27th.
Mih. Teuiiletoii of Clovcnlnle has
bcmi the hoiiho Riieat of Mr. C. 1.
llcckor for .i few ilnyH,
llnnov liiyton returned from
(IrantK I'.tHi whoro ho Iiiih Hpent tho
Niimmor and fall.
Nell It iy took a load of household
i;oodn to Hi'iid for Alfred llnnxon,
A numhei' of tho church IiuIIph met
at the homo of MrH. .1. V. Snyder to
iIIhciibm il imii for hiIhIhk money for
tlio mlulxtei'a H.ilary.
Ilond on buolncss Thursday and Fri
day of last week.
Fred Klger camo out from llond
Friday for an oor Sunday visit with
A. D. Norton spent Sunday at tho
A. L. Hcnklo homo.
Jlrs, Mary lleotson and Win, Rahn
woro dinner guosts at tho homo of
Mr. and MrH. John Holland Sunday.
Hay Hunter of llond camo out on
Monday to tiiko up IiIb residence on
his homoatoiu' In Mllllrnn valley.
Jackson Cllngan and family hnvo
rpturnod to their homo near Ilorso
Itldgo after having spent tho past
threo mnntlm at North Yakima,
A. I). Norton nnd A. L. Ilonklo
woro llond visitors Friday and Sat
1'. II. Johnson nnd James Deotson
Bjiont Bovoral days laat week Install
ing telephones In tho neighborhood.
MIhs Opal Norton vau the guest of
Mrs. Mnry Hoonoy from Saturday un
I. II. JoluiKon wns In llond on bus
Tha dance Klen at tho homo ot
Mr. and Mrs. I-. I). Wllloy last Sat
urday night was well attended nnd
nil report a good time.
V. II. Renin Is seeding 20 acres
of rye for Fied Klger.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Moffett nnd
children, former Mllllcnn vnlloy peo
ple, aro now living In llond.
Volutin Clovengor Hpont several
days of last week on his homestead.
Abo Hvaiis was In llond on business
I.owIh llpdiler of llond Hpont tho
week end tit his Mllllonn vnlloy homo.
About one Inch of hiiow foil hero
hint week which bus Improved tho
condition of tho roads grontly.
.Mrs. A. (!. Allen anil pupll hnvo
commenced woik on u ChrlstmiiB pro
gniiii. Finnk (ll"der and family liovo
moved to Bond where thoy will spend
thoir five month's leavo of absonco
from their homestead.
Frank Hurwltz was a Bend visitor
fSpeclHl to Tho Bulletin)
I'lNnilUHST, Nov. 1 1 A program
will bo given at tho Plnehurst school
hotiHo on Wednesday, November 24.
Miss Notta Howell visited tho
Miss Ivy Snyder, who has been 111
tho pBBt fow weeks, is repot tod as
Mrs. drover McAUstor and her ols-otr-ln-lnw,
Mrs. Montoll, wero Tum
alo visitors Wednesday.
I.owis Dietrich nnd deorge Hoot
wont on a hunting trip in the moun
tains tha first of the week.
d. W. Snydor. Chas. Spaugh nnd
F. It. Plnkstaff woro Bond visitors
Mr. McAUstor called at the Sny
dor homo on business Wednesday.
F. V. Swisher hauled grnln to town
tho first of tho week.
H. H. llnyloy made a trip to Bend
I,. H, Hoot went to Tumnlo Satur
day. Violet Spaugh and HsUicr Diet
rich spent Sunday at tlio Snyder
Charlie Montgomery has been I
busy tho past fow wcoks doing bin
Chnn. Ilowoll was a Tumalo visitor
Mr. and Mrs. John Styles called at
tho Spaugh ranch Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright nnd daughter
Margaret anil Freda, nnd Louis Clark
of Sutinysldo woro visitors nt tho
I'liiohurst Sunday school Sunday.
drovor McAUstor has boon plowing
tho McNutt plnco tho pnBt week.
Pupils who woro neither nbsont nor
tnrdy for tho school month ending
November 12th, wero: Loyd Hoot,
Durwnrd Ilowoll, Reginald Bayloy,
William Hoot, Monroe Root, Basil
Bayloy and Clement Styles.
(8ppcln1 to The Bulletin.)
HAMPTON, Nov. 12. Harry Purs
ley returned Wednesday from Day
vllle, Oregon, whoro he has been
working for soveral months.
W. 13. Hensley nindo final proof on
hlu homestead November 4.
Married, hy E. C. Nowham at tho
M. B. parsonage in Prinovllle, No
vember 5, 1915, Harry A, Pursley
of Hampton and Edna L. Snyder of
Dry Lake. They will reside on Mr.
Pursley's homestead noar Hampton.
Harmon and McArthur butchered a
A number attended tho party nt
tho homo ot E. M. Peck Saturday
Dave Spurheck Is building nn ad
dition to his houso which Is a decided
M. L, Crow has returned from
Bond whoro ho has boen working.
Nelson Crow nnd Hugh Crow re
turned from Bend Monday, Tho for
mer has besn working In Washington
for soino time.
N. Crow made final proof on his
homestead Novombor 9.
J. P. Wllquot rotttrned to Hnmp
ton Tuesday from tho valley. Ho
says ho Is glad to got out of tho mud.
Mrs. deorgo Wolls is on the sick
County Superintendent J. E. My
ers of Prlnovlllo called at our school
I. L. Owen Is In Bend this week
getting Bomo dental work done. Burr
Black Is looking after tho post of
fice nnd otoro while Mr. Owen Is out.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
rOWELL BUTTE, Nov. 1C Dew
ey Johnson returned on Tuesday
from oastorn wnnhlngton where no
has been working through harvest.
James Rlgshy and Geo. Hancr havo
boon baling hay around Redmond for
the past week.
Ora Foster started hauling tho
school children Monday In his car,
making tho trip much quicker than
Mrs. Allen Wlllcoon and daughter
Harriett returned on Thursday from
Bond whore thoy hnvo been visiting
with Mrs. II. D. Corkctt for tho past
Tho threshing mnchlne Btnrted
work ngaln on Friday nftcr having
been Idlo for n week.
Mrs. Alma Hull has moved Intp
hor houso on tho south cast corner
of E. N. Hall's place.
'mil' Tnlnonn rntiirnpil from Cali
fornia last week and has ronted tho Monday,
Charllo King place for threo yoars.
Frank McCalTory of Redmond, ac
companied by J. C. McFarnnhan of
Idaho, wero dinner visitors at Allen
Willcoxon'a homo on Saturday, Mr.
McFarnnhnn recently purchased tho
Redmond flour mill.
Dr. S. M. Mnnn of Unnton, Oregon,
Is looking after his business interests
in this Bcctlon.
Miss fl.lna Mnoro was n week end
visitor with home folks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesso Shobprt moved
to Bond on November C, whoro thoy
expect to mako their homo during
tho winter .
Oscar Prlckott took a load ot grain
and potatoes to Bond on Saturday.
Miss Hazel Bayn mndo a visit to
hor parcnt3 Saturday and Sunday of
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. J. Flint of outH
lee, Missouri, arrived tho first of last
week to mako an extended visit with
thoir dnnghtor, Mrs. E. II. Ageo.
d. C. Truosdalo had tho misfortune
to ho thrown from his horso on Sat
urday, receiving very painful Injuries
to his back and making It necessary
for him to ho confined to tho House at
Mrs. E, A. Bussott nnd Miss Fay
mndo a short visit to tho ranch last
wcok coming out Saturdny evening
and returning on Sunday afternoon.
"Crnndmn" Sears arrived from
MIchlgnn tho fore part of last week
nnd now oxpecta to make Contral
Oregon her home.
Prof. Nnsh of Redmond preached
nt tho Wilson school on Sunday.
Walter Vnndovort of Bond, was a
Sunday visitor nt tho George Hohbs
J. F. McDaniels Is building n Iioubo
for Mr. Worl on tho plnco formerly
known as tho August Dryor ranch.
Thormon Moffit from tho east side
of tho Buttos wns over In this Bcctlon
tho first of tho week buying seed ryo
of deorgo Ilobbs.
Alton Wlllcoxou and deorgo Holibg
woro business visitors In Bond on
POWELL BUTTE, Nov. 1 1. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Rny Tillotson, who have"
boon visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I). Mor
rill and family loft Wedncsdny morn
ing for Bull Hun, Oregon, whoro thoy
will visit Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Davis.
(Continued on pago 11.)
Anil Investigate our prices
bofoio buying jour groceries.
Wo emi save you money.
Mllllciui, Oie. Telephone
(Special to Tho Ilulletln)
MILLICAN. Nov. IT.. (loo. Mllll
onn and Unlpli I'eplu recently had
telephone Initialled In their homes,
O. A Smith Btopped In Mllllcnn
WtHlmwdiy (or a short vlxlt with
frlondH ptiiotiUi ft tint Pino mountain
rnsmr hUUoii to his homo near
Win fciH'iicer It'iH boon sulTorliiK
with a mni'io attack of grippe.
Cliff M.uliuy and famllv vUlted at
the Iioiiio of A I). Norton Tuesday.
Mm. Arthur llopo and llttlo daugh
ter loU of Albany. Oreuon, are mak
ing Mil mteiuted llt ut the homo ot
Mrs. Hopes UtHr. Mrs. A. I) Noiton
Mr. and Mrs I'rwl Gamble nnd
Mr. mul Mm (! i. Mi'Cunly of Pott
lnml mt lu thl vlolnlt) lmiUutc for
Mr A. I.. HtuilUo Is on tho sick
lUt tills week
MIm Htul Thuntnn, John FokIo
nnd Mr mul Mn. A (1. Allwi nut owl
out from Uml SuiuWy aftruoon
lliirtn'e Willi a wvuiw out from ltand
Thuratlav and will npimd the winter
on hi Mllllrnn vallpy lumtted
llu (iuudniM'i who Im spput the
uutinvr at Tbx DBlbw, Oieutui, rt
turneil to M lllcitn Saturday.
(Ii HoUitti ami wife aiitopd out
Truin Bitd Sunday for a Msit with
Mllllcan mi I ley frleiuU.
Mrs. l IL'Schmorl Is In the hos
Vital ut Itsiid where sho recently un
tlorwout mi operation. At laat ro
IHirts sho was getllng along a well
ui rould bo expected.
Mr. and Mis. Cliff Muckoy woro In
LOTS LOTS LOTS
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We nrc SELLING LOTS nt less thiin HALF the
price asked in other Additions of equtil dis
tance from the business center. .
Lois 40X105.. $75 for Inside, $100 for Corners
Lolo 50X125 $100 and $125 for Corners
$..)() Cash and $5.00 Monthly, (5 per cent interest.
Mr. Householder, cheaper to buy and build
than to pay rent.
Young Man or Younjr Woman,, it pays to
put your money in Heal Estate when you buy
YOU CAN BUY RIGHT from me.
J. A. EASTES
Member Portland Realty Board,
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
n.j,UBHi w wj&jaasasgaaagrea
Brick is tho MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
will coiuo to any fnrmor uslns scientific methods In
feedliiK. Boet 1'ulp, Dry mul Molimso Pulp aro
Dcluutlilc feed rations for dnlry cowu, Thoy hnvo
boon teatod lu Cnllfornlu and nro becoming popular
nmoiiK dairymen as IiIk milk producers.
for fall Howlnv has mndo a big record In scotlons
of tlm country Blmllar to Contral Oregon. Kharkov
hont Ih harder than Turkey Hod. nnd has n higher
Klutou percentage. Till: Oltlld'ON AniurUl.TUll.
ai nii.i.Ktii: iii:coi.mi:mis kiiaukov whioat
Vim VMA, I'laXTIXd.
Wo otler It to jou for ifl.'M per bushel.
WHY PAY RENT?
lrl0W IS THE pprtune
y y 5 tme snce e acvent f
Pi it the railroads for you to
7k it build a home. Why
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
Banltatlon la our watchword In milling. From
now on our brands of Hour will como to you in
pnporllned sacks. Thoy koup tho dust out nnd tho
We Are a Market
l'or wboat, ryo, barley and cuts. Wo will quote
you tho market price on a cash basis.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J KnOKNRUT,
you will soon decide that you can-
not afford to pay rent any longer.
Bend Park Company