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THffhKND nUfitiKTHf, BRKO. WKlfNKSDAY, MAY i If IBIS.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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(Special to Tho Uond Uullotln.)
LA1ULAW, May 12. There woro
eovoral good rains last weok.
Mrs, Mock ami daughter wero In
Hcnd Friday trndlnK.
A. lies Is working at hta trndo In
Jim Pattern was hauling freight
for'loenl inerahants Friday nnd Sat
urday. J. M. Slry cKught a reilsldc In tho
Deschutes that wns 22 Inches long.
Mrs. Frank Murk Is Improving nnd
Is now nlilo to walk on crutches.
D. II. Smith nnd wife nnd Mrs.
Mlritja Howard wore shopping In Hcnd
tho latter part of tho week.
Prof. Plnkstnff, who bought tho
Murk place. Is well pleased with
farm life and Is going nhend with his
Mrs. Hall, owner of tho Rlvorsldo
Instils doing some" improving, bulld-lng-a
now fonco and fixing up the
Mrs. J. N. 11. Corking will leavo
this. week far a Visit with her parents
The Odd Fellows had a, long ses
sion Saturday night, tho work keep
ing them till 3 a. in.
Several of tho young people at
tended tho danco at Deschutes Sat
Miss Dora Ford will leave Satur
day, May 17, for her homo In Cali
fornia. It Is understood that sho
wllluot teach any more but will take
"Mr. Sawhlll nnd Mr. Smith wero
nmbng the visitors here from Uend
Miss Murtlo Stewart Is now work
ing at tho Illversldo Inn.
A. F. Itomsay was In Tho Dalles
last week for his health. He con
templates moving to a lower altitude.
' "horn, to Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Court
noy, north of town, a baby girl on
May 8. . .
Mrs. Helslng was over from tho
Metolius lost week visiting "Aunt
!) Mr. Rntn has netitloneri the
Legislature to change his naroo to
Saxe. stating that tho latter was tho
original name back In tho old coun
Jtev. A. O. Walker will be present
noxt Sunday and conduct services at
the church both morning and even
Oliver Thorbjornson of Bend was
visiting Jack McCorralck the latter
jiart of the week.
Fred Wallace has returned from
up near the head gate of the canal,
being there doing some repair work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wlmer enter
tained two traveling men Sunday.
Mr. Hall Is doing tho carpenter
work on Mr. Dayton's new house.
Mrs. Hall will be home In a few days.
Miss Josephine Crawford, former
ly of Laldlaw. will leaVe In a few
days for an extended visit at Grants
Pass and other towns In Western Ore
gon, also attending the commence
ment exercises at the O. A. C
There was quite a jolly crowd at
the Swalloy bridgo Sunday for a pic
nic and fish dinner.
(Spcoiat to The Uend Uullotln.)
ORESCENT, May 10. Sam Welsh
oame'ffi from Iloaver Marsh Monday.
Mr.'aud Mrs. Philip Copies of The
Dalles were guests of the Rourk fam
ily from Friday to Sunday.
Eddie San try has moved Into tho
hotel and Is ready to accommodate
tho traveling public.
George Sly and J. L. Howard each
brought up a load of freight for Mr.
Rourk's store this week.
Thomas Urackon :ias moved hj
goods from tho hotel to his building
on Main streeL 'w
ifr aud Mrs. Elmer Tyler and.HU
tloUbn left Thursday for ProebsfeJ.
Wash,', whore the formera mother
Jlrs. iuioda Tyier, is very u. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Masten were
Orescent visitors Friday. They at
tended the bousewarmlng at the
Fred Lafollette and J. G, Redmond
were here Friday and Saturday.
F. M. Cleaves and Earl Austin
went to Uend Saturday morning on
Mr. and Mrs, Joe L. Rngo enter
tained Friday evening at a house
warming In their cozy bungalow,
wbIo.li tbey have had rebuilt nnd fin
ished! Dunging was tho enjoyment
of the evening. A dainty lunch was
served to the following guests:
Messrs. and McBdames J. N. Masten,
0. W. Long. 'V. M. Cleaves, Philip
Caples. E. G, RourJt; Misses Dqro
thy Anderson, lona Applegate; Mrs,
D. A. Jonos, Messrs Claude Heard,
J. G. Redmond, Fred IaKollottfi,"
Maurice Graves and Georgo. Gottlieb.
Miss Arda Edwards and Miss lona
Applegate loft today by nuto for
rinnt Paul Peterson taking them
down. Tho former wllLvlslt friends
nndVfetfves: tat JPjlpevllloho,
n.iiX. S.'.r-ifnlamn. Wash., and tho
latter nt Goldondale, Wn.r Portland
and Salein before returning to their
homes In Southern Oregou. Miss
Applogato does not return uoxt fall
but plans to tako advanced work In
tho California Stato Normnl at San
Jose, thoreby securing a Ufa diploma
to tench which will bo recognUod
without examination In any of tho
Western Btntos, i
(Special to Tho Uullotln)
ALFALFA. May 0. Tho Alfalfa
public school closed today nf lor a
very successful eight months' term1
taught by Kdgnr IX. Harnes of Prlne
vlllc. About a week ago invitations wero
scut out by tho school children ask
ing everyone In this vicinity to a pic
nic to bo hold on tho last day of tho
school near tho Zoll pond. A largo
number of parents and trlonds at
tended nnd woro delightfully enter
tained. Lunch was .servod at noon
by tlio mothers and wns of tho best,
every one doing justtco to It. Then
followed an Interesting program. Mr.
Uarnes' selections for tho children
wero well mndo nnd each child did
After tho program, ercryono took
part In the races, which caused much
laughter and gaiety.
Just before going homo tho chil
dren were given their report cards.
of which they havo Just cause to bo
proud. Their grades show that good
has been dono by all. Mr. Harnes
gavo three prizes to tho pupils in the
hlcher erodes, for th best drawings
of "Powell Hutto, tho Three Sisters
nnd the school house. Mrs. Danbcrry
nnd Mrs. Uoyd acted as Judges and
awarded the prizes ns follows: Olga
Molony, first; Jessie Pratt, second;
Orvllle Shults, third. Tho prizes con
sisted of paint boxes of three dif
ferent sizes and books of cardboard
Mra. Sam Iloyd has an embroidery
class composed of tho ltttlo school
girls. Thoy are embroidering pieces
to tako to tho county fair this fall.
Tho girls as well as their parents n
predate tho Interest Mrs. Uoyd has
shown Is teaching them how to use
Mrs. Dert Powell and little Helen
have returned from an extended visit
with relatives In various parts of tho
ALFALFA, May 5. Mr. and Mrs.
Chambers and children havo gotten
settled In their new home. They
bought the Rlss placo cast of Alfalfa.
- Georgo Tetlaw Is teaching his final
week of school, aftor which ho will
be on hla homestead for tho summer.
Miss Pyatt spent Sunday with tho
homefolks. Her seb6bl closes tho
Mr. WHIard had the misfortune to'
lose two of his horses this week.
Ervile Raker, a nephow of Mrs.
Wallace Danberry, Is hero to spend
Joo Townsend Is down from his
homestead this week to get a load of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dcaloy are
visiting Charles Dealoy. They are
from Missouri but are thinking of lo
cating In Oregon.
Hans Hansen has bought Fred
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and from trains
Our nursery is loeuted on Powell Butte, fourteen miles
east of Bend. Our trees are the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please you. Catalog free on request. Come and see
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S on this pago
E Don't Miss Them
Schmidt's dairy ciwa nnd will feed
his alfalfa this your Instead of haul
ing It to town.
Mr. Guertn and son wero hero last
weok looking after tholr Interests.
Leo Dnvonport enmo In from Cam
as, Wash., uftur a bunch of horses
ho litis sold.
11. U Molony spent Sunday at his
Charley Pyatt has finished plow
ing tho Nlcollotl plnce. Mr. Nicollutt
expects to enmo In soon nnd put tho
land In nlfnlfn.
(Special to The Ilond Uullotln.)
HAMPTON, May C Tho county
assessor was through hero recently
assessing tho homestondors,
Mrs. Nolllo Wright of Ilond made
a short visit last week to her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Hoguc.
Master Gerald Hicks returned horo
last week aftor several weeks spent
with his mothor In Ilond. Ho enmo
In with his grandfather. Rev. Mr.
Hczonn, who brought a load from
Phil S. Dcncor nnd wlfo left for
Uend last Thursday.
II. C. Milter recently returned
from n trip to Uend.
Molvln Crow Is In Prlncvlllo on
Durr Illack and W. T. Harrison aro
assisting Mr. Phillips clear 20 acres
with their teams and sagebrush pull
er. Louis Miller returned Thursday
after two weoks nbsoncc, durlug
which tlmo Mrs. Miller underwent n
serious operation at a Sulom hospi
tal. Sho Is doing woll and It Is ex
pected thnt sho will ho sufficiently
recovered to return to her homo lu
two or three weeks.
A. S. Fogg finished pulling nnd
burning 20 acres of sagebrush tho
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(Special to The Uend Uullotln.)
MILLICAN. May 6. Mrs. Kd Hop
per and children have returned to
the valley and will rcsldo on their
Mrs. Ada II. Mllllcan, who has
been on tho sick list for tho past
week or two. Is considerably Im
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. 'Norton and
chlldron visited sovoral days In Uend
HOTEL AND DEPOT
Special Attention to
AH arrangements made for persons
desiring to go south and east of hero
IS ALL A UTrLB
WILL COST YOU
A. A, (lllmoro loft today for San
Francisco to report for nruiy duty
at tho Presidio. Mr. (II I more tins
boon here on n furlough and tins
nbout six tuonthn yet to servo before
receiving his discharge. If possible
ho will nrrniiKo for n substitute.
Charles llnrtwlg has n forco of
men planting his fruit trees. About
13 acres has hqun pluutod up to ditto.
Mr. (lllmoro has cloned n contract
with a well-drilling outfit now nt tho
40 mllepost to commence n woll on
hla claim In nbout 10 days.
PRINGLE FLATS ?
(Special to Tho Uend Uullotln.)
PltlNGLH FIATS, May G.-John
Schmeer wns taken very sick S.tt-I
unlay. Ho has been In bed for the,
past fow days.
Tho social hold on May 3 was n
nrent success. There nna a anion.
did turkey supper aud ovcryona hnd
a dnndy tlmo.
Mr. Cuttlngham Is going to sow 20
acres of grain this spring, spelts, bnr-
ley nnd wheat.
Mr. Nelson expects to mako n trlit
Irt It nnd t iiftt tvatsils tt. lislm i.t aitnt.. I
(! noun v til ill r uiis, vuitlU
seed Kratn for Mr, Cnrpontur.
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(Special to The Uend Uullotln.)
HAMILTON 1IUTTB. May II.
A good shower foil yesterday. Spring
grain Is looking fine, but fall sown
crops nro not very good. Muoh fall
sowing has boon resceded.
Earl Rogors Is In Rlloy nnd Silver
Creek on business. Ho expects to
return with hay.
Charles Ashbaugh and T. C. Ewlug
dug a woll for Hornco Ilrooklngs. It
Is hollered to bo tho largest well In
this .vicinity, being 19 feet deep and
12 fcot In diameter.
G. A. Johnson dug . woll this week
and got a good supply of wnter.
Good milch cows are at n premium
horo. Thcro Is quite a demand, but
S. J. Hubbard and family came In
this week headed for tho-Glnw Hutto
A party of prospcctlvo settlors
passed horo for tho Catlow valloy. O.
C. Henklo of Uend was tho locator.
They returned to this vicinity nnd
nro looking over the vacant land In
this locality. Thoy say Catlow did
not loo good enough for thorn.
Al Abernathy Is making so mo I in-1
provomenU on his desert claim.
Travel on the Uond-Uurna rosd Is
still Increasing. So many people pnsa
that (ho dust docs not havo a chance
to settle. The Ilrooklngs roadhouso
har boon filled to capacity nearly
every day. Roads In this vicinity aro
8evoral buccaroos wore In this v.
clnlty tho past week rounding up tho
horses off tho range. Grass Is flno
and horses aro In good condition.
(Special to Tho Uend Uullotln.) 1
FORT ROCK. May 11. I. 8. Hoes
ley of La Pino was a business visitor
horo Friday. I
K. W. Pearcn of Fremont wns In '
town tho first of last week.
John H. Harrison left Monday for
La Pino whoro ho will Ixt for somo
tlmo looking after somo cattle In that
J. Klrkland has conn to Itcml in
work for tho summer.
Mrs. C. R. Short and family left
by auto for Uend Wednesday, taking
the train thero for Portland whoro
they will spend tho summer.
Lightning struck Roy Stouton-;
berg's house one day last weok and ,
tore a hole In tho floor, also sotting'
firo to tho wood box. Fortunately no
ono was hurt, and Mrs. Stoutenlmrs
extinguished the flames before nny.
damago was done.
J. L. Cliff of Silver Lako waa trad-
Ing in this burg Thursday.
B. W. Sprague started for Uond on
Thursday and oxpects to work thoro
aurlng tho summon I
Karl Rood and family nf Silver
Lake wero business calleru horo on
L. II. Charles Is with tho Loador
force at Silver Lako again. (
C. A. Mend, who has been In n
hospital with a crushed limb tho
past winter, passed through horo on
Wednesday on his wny to Silver nnd
Christmas lako vallcs, i
L. K. Punroso and son hnvo pur
chased the wolJ drill owned by Fred
Foster of Summer Lnko. j
George L, Callahan, who has beon
touching thn Fromont school,' pnssod
through this burg Sunday on his wny,
tO Ills llOniOHtfinil lit Arriw
Tho Fort Rock Times la tho nnmo
oi mo ifowsyapor that will bq put out
' " i'vu iur mo iifsi limit nuoui
Bond's nest Uarber Shop, as, woll
as the1 oldest, Is Inn6a & 'Davidson's,
on Oregon street. Adv.
We Are Still Selling
Bend Hardware Co.
POWELL BUTTE J
(Special to Tho Uend llutlellu.)
POWKLL HUTTB. May 12.Jack
Cllngnn recently mudo n trip to thin
sldo of the hutto. Ho took n lond
of seed potatoes back to his homo
stead, Nick French has beon visiting his
many Powell Hutto friends. Ho was
very enthusiastic over the wonderful
progress being tnado nnd regrets ha
was nninug those who pasnod It up.
Georgo Truesdnlo and Allen Innd
fare nro among tho "buttermilk" far
mers who havo started selling their
oream to tho Ploneor Cream Co, of
Prlnevlllo and Hcnd.
Ray Urowstnr nnd Miss (Icorgln
Cleok of Prlncvlllo took Sunday din
ner with the Morse girls ou tholr
Jake Hrlx mndo n trip to Prlncvlllo
Tuesday taking In spuds for his bro
ther Crls, tho Prlnovlllo nttornoy.
Doc Uayn hauled a load of freight
Practical Baking Lessons
Bread Flout and Patlry Flour
OUR mills mako two kinds of floors:
ono from hard Sprlmr wheat called
broad flour, tho other from soft
Winter wheat called pastry flour. Tho
bread flour haa a larger percontago of
cluten which dissolves slowly and makes
the flour harder to mix, so that It is less
deslrablo than tho soft wheat or paltry
flour for quick baking. Pastry flour
when pressed tightly In tho closed hand,
should feel soft and pack closely, retain
ing its form after tho hand is open!,
nndehowlnirtho Imprints of tho flnRers.
If, on tho other hand, tho flour scorns dry
and harsh to tho touch, and cannot bo
pressed dry Into a form, it Is broad flour,
and will gtvo rood results only when a
slow working leaven llko yeast Is used.
Pastry flour costs no mora than bread
flour and It is so much better for cakes,
biscuits, mil (Tins and nil kinds of pastry
that It should bo kont on hand ana
regularly used. Pleoso do not confuso
pastry flour with tho expensive pack
ages of cake flour or tho sclf-ralalng
Flour" and "Biscuit Flour." If you
will remombor that bread flour Is a
Spring wheat flour and pastry flour Is a
Winter wheat flour, and make It clear
to your grocer which you wont, you will
bo sure of getting It,
Hov to Make Delldout DheulU
For biscuits lot us solect pastry flour,
a good sweet shortening, a doubuvralia
bnklngpown'erand sweet milk or water.
Milk is to bo prof erred, as It browns
the bliculU better. First, measure cor
rectly and sift togother at least threo
times, tho flour, salt and baking powder,
It Is Important to blend tho baking pow
der thoroughly with tha flour. Then
with a fork or tho flmror tins work tho
chortenlng thoroughly Into tho flour and
mix to a soft dough with tho milk or
waterjust ns soft as can bo handled.
Roll out very lightly, or bettor, spread
nnd pat the dough out thin wltfi tho,
hands. Ilnmllo as llttlo as possible after
wotting. Thon cut in small shapes for
the oven, for small bleculta aro very
much bettor than largo ones. If baked
O, as biscuits should bo, a largo
does not got tho proper heat to
raise and bake tho center of thq biscuit.
A small biscuit raises perfoctly, bakes
bettor, Is mora palatable, and Is easier
Biscuits should always bo baked on a
sheet or In a very shallow pan, as tho
biscuits should bo abovo tho sldos of tho
pan in order to havo tho hoat got to
them quickly. If baked In a ddep'pu'n
tho sides shutf?theheqtf and tha Id
cults are likely to flatten out and run
together and have heavy centers, Nover
Nxi Woak') Laani "CAKES."
from Redmond (o Prluovllln for tho
W. T. King Co. thn first of tho week.
Mr. Peterson and family of Dakota
nro visiting with his uncle, John
Georgo Hrnzro has been calling on
nil of his iiolclilwirs with a road pe
tition Tlinrn him I mull n rntilrnvnmv
over tho road for some tlmo nnd It Is
hoped that II will I hi settled this
term of court,
Henry Tweet has purchased old
iTout. tho French coaah stallion, of
tho Johnson ranch.
John Perry mndo a business trip
Ilond Inst Tuesday.
Will Urawn went to Prlnctllto on
! Monday to participate In tho bonus
Tom l.angdon Is slaying with I lock -mnn
nt tho Powell Hutto station now,
(1. M. Cornell's team hauled n load
of seed (mtatoes from Miller's ditch
land lnt week.
Shorty Tinner of Redmond visited
with Powell Hutto friends tho last
(Concluded on pa go cloven.)
Thil It th first of Miles of trtions which will
appar on this pg vry wtlc Thi It grow
ing Inttrttt In home bsklng, ss womin sis coming 19
rallf that their own baking I far supctior to tb prod
uct of the bake shop and cota much !. In Ihlt
cJapattmcnt I will show you bow always lotuvs "good
tuck" with your baking. This Is altogcthsr matttr of
having tha right mateiiala, potting thra togtlbtr tbt
right way, and piopaily controlling tha ovan.
crowd biscuits In a pan, but keep them
well apart, allowing a passage between
them for heat. Tha oven should bo very
hot. so that tho biscuits may raise, bako
and brown nlcoly In about 15 minute.
I mentioned nlwvo Umt a double rnti.j
baking powder should bo uied. This Is
of especial Importanco with biscuits.
With tho old faihlancd slnglo acting
baklngpowdoralt was necessary to havo
Uioovon ready so that tho biscuits cou.l
te put in mo moment tney wero mixoi,
but wlUi K O Raking Powdor you can
mix your biscuits hours In advanco If
you llko, lotting them stand, and sti'l
havo perfoet biscuit whrn rolood. In
fact It Is entirely practical to mix a
batcn of biscuits boforo supper, bake
what you want for that meal, and set
tho remainder of tho dough awsy In the
Ico box until morning, when you can
havo freshly baked biscuits for break
fast without tho loss of a moment's
tlmo In mixing. That you can do this
with K G Raking Powder Is duo to tho
fact that It la virtually a blend of two
baking powders, ono of whlc'j om
menees to act as soon as tho dough Is
mixed, tho othor commencing n soon as
It Is reached by heat, Tho dough after
being mixed, will stay In a partly leav
ened condition for hours. Then when
tho boat Is uppllcd It will flnUh r9tlngtr '
Rcclpa Worth Saving
Biking PtJr Dlttuif
I cups paltry font.
S UbUpooofuli horUnln.
B Un towpouatula K O llialn lonlar
About t cup of milk or water,
1 UAipoooful uXU
cup k rhm flour.
I Iml tMipooofuU Y Q Iltklnc rowtW
3 UbluiKwnrult iltorUnlnif.
1 Ul Uaipoonfut lt.
Ons cup Mlk or mora It nMdni, (((rabun uull
1 cup flour.
S Jaral tMpmnful K Q llaVIn v Towclar.
S lvl uUoipoonfulj atwrunliiK.
1 eun mill
floll In iht,U Inch thtrk, prJ with buttx
s uu erar iau uu cutandhu.a a4 oUr Utvuil, ,
S cup flour,
, . I teMiw.nful Hit.
I ItJ tauiMwntuU K O llaklnir I'owJw.
B Iyl UlilMpoonfuU UurUDlnrf.
., H cup milk.
H CUP thoppaj nut.
Things to Remember
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u.- i-ar ,H,.ir aiuj uuuw, mjuna tM,w i
iaura mataruia conracUr,
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via mm .v w.
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lUva iba ovn vary boiH
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