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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tim Bulletin)
TTJMALO, Novv 20. Mm. C. P.
WwKer; Mrs. Mildred Taylor anrt Mm.
A. fJ. PliatclnRM- otHertnlnod the TII
)f(im Mterpry Clnb on Snturdey ar
Mrnoon at the home of the latter.
Itto eonetltutlon and by lawe of fho
atnft wwfb re-road for the benefit or
til new member, r.n was alto tho
pronmm of the yir Crlmaon and
gr.y wero chosen for the elub col
or, Mm. C. I Reciter gnve a talit
on the nrtlut Di Vlnel. this win fol
lowed hr a hook on lAMlrteflc reed by
Mm. Mlntn Howard ind a peper on
Michael A n unto by Minn Murgrrei
Mock. After tho program th ow
tmmn imrvad refreshment. Nw
member of the club prwwnt ware
Mm. John Mrh, Mm. I. M. Ortffln
and Mm. Frwl Wallace.
About IS onnplm enjoyed the Suh
wrtptlnn Oilili (lnw on ftattinlny
JHrw. Frtid Wallr-re enrttned at
dinner Hiindnjr In honor of her grand
fatlMtr Frank Nlcholn, who celebrated
bin Mth blrthdey on November 2ith
Miss Emma Roherta from near I Mrs. Qua McCIouth and son or
Ilend will teach the Horse Ridge riat Creek wore visitors at tho James
school this winter, beginning the first home ,a8t Thraday
X.n: r vateTr w: 9vaDn ' SCHOOL GARDENERS SOCGEED
Doren, Ouy Seara and Miss Mattel I
Allen. i Thirteen Eighth Grade Punlh f,Pt
A. H. Rhode was a dinner guest at I CnMu , A JcuIture
the Geo. E. Truudole homo on Havln(f 81lccesgfully co m p , e t e
M art Mrs. Reaves WIMcozon enelr J' S8n WOrk "u?"'
.-.. .i . Thnni,.HHntt Hiniipr Mr. nlla at thn a,hth 8rade aro entitled
and Mrs. E. N Hal. and son Ernest, 0' "J "
last inuranay . - """.""" "'r'""' cultural examination. The work w u -4
J. Staulter of Stauffer register- Mr. Mert Bhutrnm. Mr. and Mb. Al-1 8ummer an,i ii h, ... 'fl
'"""' - , . , u. J. simmer oi stauner register- .ur. .uen ouuuu, . ...... ....... ... . , t anmmfiP n,i .,n hll. ,, ,
, Among those who were Bend vis-1 Brookings Hotel Saturday len Wlllcoxon. Miss Harriett WHIeox- Jn Vh" ."arted coraDlete 1 n.
e Itors last week aTe P B. Johnson. , , b , fc Bend fop on and M. AlmB Hall. work The successful one were Ma.
7 .J .lBJ. MM"ii ?2i ?;J : to- of PPe. I Oeo. Hohhs and Geo. Morganwero , k The success on wM. -
pnus. Ha reports an increase or
thnw piiplln over limt year's cenwm
Mra. Mary Roony laft Frtdny for
Tha Wrthday caka was mil by Ma Pnrttnnd to make her home with
it arand daughter Allleen Wai- ""r "i""" ""
ir. ann .irw . u .nrimi niutjr-
talned at a dinner Thankaidvlng day
In honor of Mrs. Norton's lister.
Mm. Arthur Hop of Albany. Oregon,
Covers ware planed for Mrs. Hnpo,
Mr. and Mrs A. I. Henkle. Mian Mel
on Henkla, rrel Kluar. Frank and
Wm. Sponrer and Merwln Hankie.
Mra. A ft Allan spent the Thanks
glvlnic vacation with Mr. Allen on
Cliff Markny and family have mov-
enjoyable day was spent by the good
Mr Gnihe was a business visitor
In Redmond Saturday. I Monday In December
After a bnalnaas meeting Friday!
nleht the Council Club rendered the
j .l It .uniH.lnl tn Kf
program, mil run rmwuwi m. .FJ ..... ...H..., ..... ........ - a Iona 0r supplies. ubi. num miu ura. n -. i . Smith Paul Rnvnolclii l?mn a
,-i.. r.-..-i ,iw nn fartnlnir In Inn iinrl Mr. and Mrs. C Ifford Mackel' .. .''. . ..,,... ..,..,. in Vinvlno- tholr tonm nin 10n amIul al ueynoicia, ITanc.i)
m .j.i h. u. v... rtr wini?1 Alvn Ki imtrlok has hu t a house ....' ..., ,. ,.',... . o,ir,iv Thn nrMrtnnt wfia Jiownoii, uesier amun, Mlldroa
W""iimin .., .... .-.. ...... w---..r, ----- -------- -. . . ., i a visitor in mis vicimur ono nay iimt a, u. ........-, --" trilnp nimlva Snt mr no.olo ami.
ins Biaim in me west enu oi .mi- onIf caused by a broken reach which gave """" :; "-" """"
and Mr. Boyd. Clorerdat Tattler hy llean' ynlley and will make that his Bert Me(jkg b d wUh Mra. ' way, throwing both men from the a"" vinT- n- n..rfc '""-.
Frod Miller last Thursday. I buggy and leaving the team free with Do'nna Fleming '
Horace Brookings butchered a beef 'only the front wheels as a burden. Ka,de. wer' ffrown on i.nrt
l week. I The team ran about two miles until Z ? oSTSnd Vn,
Wm. Hoist returned today with they reached the Powell Butte store ' the .r o f OW o nd W
two ton of hay which he purchased where they collided with Melvln Fos- Water was furnlshe,
in the Powell nntto country ter's team and tok.ArMna the BmA &
it.MUTn v,. -JJ I I. nwonn acnool UlstriCl .NO. 4i-A liem a sne- lunsun iiuuush m " "". -.... . . . ,. ,, ,, .,
VSllIZ; -f. 'r-tunlad to Hampton Wa.Ine.day af- clal maatlna; Tuesday afternoon and -ttingMr. HobhV, horse , about .the Br'wn gaye hoBe and seed8
..ii. ..i.iif ..w "..- n-., ""... ii.. M..i. iH n.. vnrnn n zn mm mx. nisn einnien i iii;uii iuiu ia. .... ..... - .v . . ...i ,
wr piiiiiiik wurn. in dhu. - - - -- - - ----- - ,.,, a.n.-h given ujf u uuiuirar ui merQiiantS.
Malaon Crow returned to Monte- nwin as oiern. Iv .:". i.-- .i . Mrs. J. D. Davidson went to consid
er, and .Mrs. HUtZetn lOOK din- ur.iinuiiu acmn u..n ....,.;.. ... ro,ln trnuhln oiitsliln hnr roinilni.
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maelta Prlnevllle where she will keep house JJ S to supple thenar
in. qn,tnV I for Miss Orlsa for tho remainder of 8.0h001 worK t0 auP8rsrlse e gar-
; - . . :. . . i dens.
quite a wind storm visited tins me hccuuui jeai.
section last Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Ross Dussett, E. L.
Bert .Meoks was a Ploasant valley Johnson and sons, Rudolph and Ted
vlsltor last .Monday. ' i dy. took Thanksgiving dinner with
John Williams returned from Bend , Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dussett.
Wednesdny with a load of supplies. Mrs. Daisy I. Ellngsworth died at
T. C. Ewlng la hallnir hav todar. I the Johnson rancn at Airnua on
VJUFClimm i,j ." . " '."-. r, .--- ia V1SU
and aceompanlmant by Mlaa Miller , on hla alaim In the west end of Mil- WC(jk
Mrs. Wsldron There will he a de-1 homo this winter.
bate at the next meetln In regard to j A. L. Heakle Is helping A. D. Nor
the forming of water districts. I ton put up wood thla wao,
Mr. and Mra Woodworth antr- ;
lalned at Thankatrtvlnit dinner, Mr. IIA.MI'TO.S.
and Mm. Turka and family. , . - ,, ,
u iw. r,m. wm niiltn 111 the tapecm. io io u..i.i.
thalr onllrtran In Band 8nntar.
anno, Washington, Wednesdny after
a two week a visit with homo folks.
Ml Darle Burton visited Wednes
day night with Miss Lorlnda Crow
On Wednesday at the homo of A.
(Specie I to The Rwlletln).
MlM.ICAN, Nov 29 Vamon Clev-
amom .Its alat ukaul MlMafe aan hnaW
aJIri th- .-fc V.w thTnnni Fo' a nmbr of neighbors spent
nwt flf the waelt taklnx the school... 1. .,. ,in .w
' inr rwiiiiih niie'i " o...p. i.j .
II. it. Hogue has moved bU family
lftJ. Covam wtra laid for 1 1
Amnnn thn gneata were Mr. and Mm.
J. X. II. Oerklnic, Sim Snyder,
Mm. Nlahol and Mm. Ilarter. Tha
nootaaa waa naalatad In serving ty
Mf. Vern nieklnaon.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Drfyton aittar
talnel at dinner on Thnnkaglvltisr.
T gHosU wara Mr and Mm. Blaka
Backer, Mlaa Mary Thompmn, J. a.
TTinmpsoti, J. W. Baker and H. Sol-
to Bend for the winter.
M. I.. Crow hns returned to Bend
J. P. Wllquet Is In Bend this week.
C. A. Burris started to Demi on
Friday nfter supplies.
Karl ICellnr nindo flnal proof Sat
urday, November 20.
Nowton Wells returned from Bend
Snturdny with a load of freight.
A. Couch la seeding Tor MrL. Crow.
Harry Snyder of Dry Lake visited
Saturday night with his sister Mra.
II. A. Pursley.
Mr. and Mm. H. A. Pursley went
to Dry Lake Tuesday to visit with
I -.1 i... - ... r .
(r. and Mm. C P. HeoKer speni """"'"- ''""'"'""""'. " ! her Mm. Pursley' parenta until after
tfw Thnnkaglvlng holidays nt Prlno
Wo. Mm Baekrs mnthar. Mm
VanderTHMil and Blmetine returned
wJtli tHam on Friday,
on thalr claim la completed
Mr. and Mm. Jamna Beataon and
mother. Mm M. Bton, left Friday
Mm. Thompaon mturna! from ''" Moaaman. Montana where they
BMd on INndHV. whare ahfl spfnt
oraral daya taklnit cara of Francis
wM has han nulla III
will make thalr future home
Mlaa Nell Maaten cama In Wednes
day from Prlnevllle, where she la
xf- r..k nartnn. MIm Carol . lanahlna; school, to apand har Thanka
Dft'ylon and Kannath Dnyton ware I Kn ; vacation on har homeatmid
itlniMr gnaata of Mlaa Mill and Mlaa ""r Moraa Rldaa.
Jamw I Ra,,h pp,H nml vrl,, '" Wm-
MIm Fay fiarklna, nror ami Ray Mnekey autoad to Silver Lake Tuas
t3TlrlK ware entertained at dinner I 'I"' ;vm '"y apant savarsl days
oTtiiBdaf hy Mr and Mm. R. 0 . , " ";'
FlleklHBwr I m Wl,'l,", c,yrt" McKay of
Mr. and Mm Bvron Ckdr. Mr and Mnd apant Ttiaaday In .Mlllloan on
Mra. 'lUurKaon and Dorothy aasni "'j'naaa.
TKanklTlw; at tha Snvdar hmc. M; T W Baaalay of Portland
Bart MIMw wna a dinner guaat at I""t last week on har Mllllenn vnlloy
tha FKektniW howa on ThankHKlv- homestead Mm. Benslay was form
j rly Mlaa Oartrnda Markal of Bond.
Jnhn Mnrah was a hualnaaa visitor' A- O. Allan la putting up a now
at Bailmond Saturday. I "" "l ranch
Tae sahool children ave a wall' wn. Kaam hna leased several acrM
Mileral nroaram on Wanlnaa-lHy f Government land wall up on Pino
1t. Tha p'irt of Prlacllla was well Moiintnin for gardening purposes
rakan hy Ada Bullard. Hamui .Mamn
tiwk tha nurt of Miles ".tundlah Ver
non Harpor aetad as John Aldan in
Mrs. M. Koataon spent Tiiadav
anil Wednesday nt the Johnson home.
C. A. Smith of Rivers was a Mil
itia drartflth.stlnn of the Courtship M visitor Monday.
f Milan Stundtah Oak Wnllaea as
tka alder was vary Impraaalva
Vernon Clevangar was a business
visitor at the Norton homo Monday
i. it. i.i.nhmii mauitlnir nn Hat- evening
nnlav It vaa vntad to hava all day I "" ngar H K. Smith was In
arvlee nanln In a ahort tlma. A new. -Ml Mean on hnslneaa Monday.
Bflard will he slanted tha flmt af the
yaa and afcto a manaw will ha ap
arhMad to fake charge of tha iml-
(Special to The Bullotln.)
LOT CRERK, Nov. 23. Mr and
Mrs. Aahhy anil children, who have
spent the past summer at Sprague,
Washington, have returned to their
Mra. Overall has gone out to Bend
to spend the winter.
J. H. Haaaler returned home last
Wedneailny after working In Eastern
Washington during the summer
The following people hnvo recent
ly returned from Bond with thetr
wlritor supplies. J. E. Smith, H Fol
karson. Mr. MaGeo, J. Hnaeh, Ben
and Praas De Witt, Ben Rhodes, Mr
Mereer and C. J. Stauffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Mehrer who have
boon working nt Spraguo, Washing
ton, are again at home on their
Oscar Dutzoln, of Hampton was a
business visitor In our valley last
Press De Witt la at home on his
homeutead rftor an alwonca of soverai
0. R. Young and son Robert wore
business visitors at Silver Creek dur
ing the week.
H. Kinsman came down from Ta
eoma to do some fall seedlQg.
faatal to Tha Bnlletln)
FtMBMdWIT, Nov 29. The pro
gram glvaa tha school house Wad
IMMday alta? aooa proved a great sne
aaaa. X larga crowd attended Thoae
raaat ware Maadamas (' II SnmiKh.
V. M. FlnkatafT. L H. Root, A Mr
Allatar, I) W. Dietrich. 0 W Snvdar,
J. C. tylaa, O MeAllatar. f Howall.
MM Natta Howall, lona Hnd".
aad Oladys Saangh Maaars i-orga
IWTi I.WWB, iini -"
ft. Horaaa Hoot, Harvay Snydr ,iml
B, W. Walrtch.
AmaaK lha Plnahural people who
attaadad tha daaca at Tdmaln Thura
ay alaht wara Watts. I.uclia and Nel
lie Hwwall. llarrrMcdiilra and har
Mallla y4t iienl ThnkMlvIng
r. M. Wallaaa of Tnmalo paased
tkrOHUh baf oa Friday
a II. Itwutgh balad har for Mr.
I Kirn tka flrat of tha week
P. V. aWtefcar mini a trip l. Bend
F. II. I'lHkaUff made a ixialnaaa
iHp t Tttotnlo on Saturdav
L II. Root haa tioan working on
til dttaa lor tha aaat week
Mra. Saydar eallad na Mrs I'lnk.
. Mallla Iar4ar vlallad the school
0. II. Spaaik waat to Tumnlo Sat-Hraay.
Mr. ami Mr. F V Swisher were
tint NMksta of Mr and Mrs 0 W
furtiar Thiiraaay vvanlng
Maasla Snrdar aini Tuedsr even
TM wUh Myrtl lhaHh
DWaa. Ilewtll mad a trip to Band
(Spealal to The llullelln )
,- OIJDVURDALH Nov f The Idg
wlad of Mormlir Hit i.iw down
yua of Clyd Johnson linrns
U (1. OruiM ami J Tiii'Ke ncn
jlUh0id a bo( last Hk
Mr. and Mrs. Ward entertnlaefl
Mr. ami Mtai Amlrus and family at
n TUanksRltlnB dinner.
On aaooult f llio Uad wralher tho
wiminualty dluaer was hidd at Iho
iioWof Willis Van Malro. A vei'y
Wm Ream M hauling lumber for
Cliff Maekay's new house..
Among tha Mllllcan valley home-
ataauam who will make flnnl proof fSnacJal to Tho Bulletin)
on thalr claims hefora tha flmt of HAMPTON BUTTE. Nov 21.
tha year are Jamas Reataon, Burton Plvde Nleodemus haa returned to his
K Davis and Horace White I hemestend aftar being out soverai
fao Mllllcan was n dinner guest m nths
at the htma of P. M Johnson Thanks- Oscar Rutzeln made a business trip
giving day. 'f(, r.fBt f'reek last Thursday
I Thursday after an illness of nearly
I a year. She was born and raised In
I Tillamook county and came hero
I about six weeks ago to be with her
I mother, .Mrs. Al Juris. Services were
(Special to The Bulletin)
POWELL RIJTTE. Nov. 28. Mrs
D. A. Vates shinned eleven dressed hold at the Powell Butte cemetary on
turkeys to Portland the first of last Saturday. The deceased was -.
weak. years of ago. Sua leaves a htiBhand
A number of Indies attended the -"""I fr 8mnI1 boy8' "eaWes a moth
birthday party given by the Ladles er and several brothers and sisters.
Civic Club of Redmond on Novem- Jrr- aml Mr3- a,,y Spara entertaln
her 22 and fully enjoyed the even- eu" at Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and
Ing. Those present from here were 5Ir!- A,1 Ze"- Mr- an'1 Mra' Vern
Mesdames N. P. Alley, J. J. Chapman, 3e!ir3' MIas 0r,8a Sears and G""''-
Alma Hall, Geo, Hanoua, Allen Will-1
coxon, Geo. Wells, Walter Foster,1 (Continued on pago 11 )
In all the young gardeners took n
$46. 717 from the sale of garden truck
several making 25 or more. Nine
the plots have been spokon for t"
the coming year.
Ami Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
.Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAV FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
Boost Central Oregon
Kvery Snck of Deschutes Sprny or True
IJIue Flour you buy from
The Bend Flour Mill
you boost Central Oregon be
cause every snck of flour manu
factured by the HENTD FLOUR
MILL COMPANY comes from
the farms of Jefferson and Crook
counties. We have faith in the
quality of Central Oregon wheat
because it grades high and has
the ingredients that make the
best flour. When you buy out
side you hinder the development
of the local market and hence
the Central Oregon fanner
Therefore.buy at home.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J KROENKRT,
WHY PAY RENT?
OW IS THE opportune
l k time since the advent of
7i s the railroads ror you to
pi build a home. Why
A A 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. Gome 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
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