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THK nUND nULLETIN, BRNO, MKONKSDAY. JUNK 11, lDItl.
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(Special to Tho Rend Uullotla.)
F1CKSRURO. (Arrow P. O.), June
3, Demanding n much needed
nchool, tho resident of this section
of Christmas Lako Valley have Btart
cd steps toward securing n building
before tho fall term will commence
Flcksburg and Immediate vicinity aro
In tho Silver Lako school district and
until recently oven tho members of
the school board woro unaware that
this portion of tho country wna In
their district. Thoro aro thirteen
children needing tho rudiments of an
education, some of whom aro ten
years of ago who have never had tho
opportunity of securing a start to
ward an education. County School
Superlnteudunt C. 12. Oliver has niado
promises of assistance In the matter
by mall but when horo last week did
not take tlmo to discuss tho matter
with thoso Interested most and un
less a school becomes a fact tho
solders Intend to secure Information
from tho Slnto Superintendent of
Public Instruction and with his as
ulstnnco bclloo that they will bo ablo
to securo Uio advantages which be
long to tho humblest clttten.
T. P. Potlt and Henry V. Ostrora
went to Uend laBt week after su
plles and household equipment be
longing to Mr. Ostrom.
Tho rapid growth of northern Lako
county Is attested by tho showing
that vetorans of tho Spanish and
Philippine campaigns have mado In
the matter of taking up lands. The
latest comrade to come Into this sec
tion of tho valley Is Carl E. Palmer,
who was on tho cruiser Hoston when
tho vessel followed Dewey into Ma
nila Day on tho morning of May 1,
1S9S. Mr. Palmer wears four med-
als for his hervlco to his country.
Rex U. Hackett. secretary of tho
Flcksburg Development Club,
busily engaged In clearing his land
of the largo growth of sage.
Larry O. Gorman, the champion
sagebrush grubber of Christmas val
ley, which means practically
championship of the world Is "doing
hint..' nn hi. 30 nrrrta tin flnri.
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inai wuu me removal oi inc sage
an Impetus is given tho growth of the
various grasses and ho expects to cut
a crop of hay from tho native forago tho huckaroo camps several days re
plantg Icently, searching for horses lost on
Elmer B. Erlckson will make final the past inter
proof on his homestead adjoining the Messrs. Harrison, lllack and Phll
townsltc. next month. Mr. Erickson 'l Pe "ores of brush on
has much faith in this part of tho
country and after five years resi
dence Is firmly convinced that every
hour spent in homemaking has been
productive and that he has gained
much In securing land that would
readily sell for $6,000 were he to
place It on the market.
The grove of trees on .the. townslto
and adjoining after lelng trimmed
nnd the old bark removed show the
real beauty of the Juniper as a shade
tree and ornament. The only thing
that will provont their use on nit tho
lands la this vicinity Is the slow
growth they make A "plant some
trees" movement has been started by
the Development Club nnd President
W. Roche Fick Is making arrange
ments to order h largo shipment In
the fall so that all settlers who notify
him la advance can avail themselves
of the opitortunlty to secure qulck
growljig trees at a low cost.
Guy Stnyer has completed his
cabin and dug his woll. The water
- W. T. Hakln Is building
house on the 320 acres he held forji
several, years as a desert claim and '
upon' which ho now has n homestead
Ullnf 11a Bni.ii.Ail A flA ua1I nt Till T
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foot by digging.
Mar Eakin is another one of the
girls r that the people of (ho valley
are glad to see get land, She has a
choice 320-acro homestead two miles
from the townslte.
A settler named Hogg has filed a
homestead on a large portion of
Seven Mile Ridge.
Vice Pres. L. T. Murphy of tho
Development Club Is bringing lum
bar from Silver Lake to build homes
for new settlers. The quality of
lumber this season Is above the ave
rage and the price of J 12. SO per M,
for rough lumber at tho mill Is vry
Many people coming Into tho
country aro apt to confuse Flcksburg
with Arrow P. O., but while Arrow
Is the postofllce that uurvca this por
tion of tho valley at present, it Is
ton miles Houthwest or here.
The Floksburg Development Club,
uomposd of aotual settlers In this
vicinity Is extending an Invitation to
the paopla of Fremont, Fort Rock,
Arrow, Co nicy. Lomavlsta, Woodrow.
1 ake, Viewpoint, Huffalo, Cliff, Sink
and other putts of the valley to come
and hold a "Got Together" -I Hi of
J ii iv celebration horo. As Flcks
iuig th geographical center of tho
valley It Is tho most uoeosslblo place.
V S. Commissioner J. D. C. Thom
as ol Coulay passed through here
Sunday on his way to Lake where ho
heard a number or laud contests.
There" wora several outside attorneys
representing the parties Interested.
Grain Is coming ahead nicely now
nfter having been kept back by tho
lato Benson. A large acreage fia
been sowu In this vicinity and men
who have recently come Into the
valleyare nrAjmrjpYfor ' lowly In
crealed.acieagSjdf fall grain, par-
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
Ucularly black cnuuer and hairy
Tho Klcksburg Dovolopmont Club
desires tho co-orvrntlon of residents
of tho valley to securo tho aid of tho
state In sending an export Into tho
valloy to Inoculato tho rabbits with
soniQ disease that will oxtcrmlunto
them. It scorns hard when now
settlers, doing their best to develop
a now country, must sco tholr work
wiped out by tho pesky crcntures.
Another means of holplng out would
bo to reinovo tho bounty on coyotes
Tho coyote seems to have few friends
jot no niw iuTOi ui 71h:,,iC0 and expects to fence tho ontlro
down the crop of rabbits and when U;trncl ,n ,nc 'Monr (utm..
comes in uutM.ru. iuk kuiiiiitd. uuiu
mice, rats, etc., ho Is in n class by
L. B. Ilomnn and V. Itocho Tick
drove to Silver Lako last week to
sco the directors of the Sliver Lako
school district about securing n now ,nnncd H8 Wol ll8 n llMolwn Kamo.
school here. Mr. UomnnV son tai.,,,,,,, ,,., , ti, ,ii -
eight years of age and has novor
been to school on account of thoro
being none near.
E. W. Groves has finished sowing
20 acres of his land.
I HAMPTON J
(Special to Tho Ilonil Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. Juno 3. This section
has been visited by thunder showers
tho past few days, to tho delight of
E. M. Peck returned from Valo
last Monday where ho had been work
ing for three months.
W. T. Harrison brought In a load
offrclght for Hampton storo recently.
Alvl'n Hunting is fencing his land
that is seeded this year.
Louis Miller Is dot g sonio plowing
for Mr. King.
Mrs. Lucy Hicks returned homo'Bur,,rBO to tho Fremont people Wo
it wpnlc nftnr nn nltfnrA nf anrnrnl n Mini. .i. i..i.im -..., . t.....i
B8t wcc)t nfter nn absence of several
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months, durlnir whlcn tlmo sho was
cmployed as primary teacher In tho
A. T, Shaver's well drill outfit was
moved last week to Messrs. Whit-
tnknr'a nnit Zlpi-olf. hnmratnad 4 X
InitCB oouthcast of Hampton P. O.
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una is m worn incro ni ircscnu
Mr. McXctt Is busy clearing land.
Leo Rtggs and E. M. Peck visited
"arnsons piaco mo pasi wcck
Mr. Uczona has made aovcral trips
to Uend recently and it Is understood
Is bringing In supplies preparatory
Pilot Butte Hotel
j&i &i sv gj
Ideal Stopping Place for Summer Vacationists
SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN COMMEKCIAL MEN.
GOOD DINING ROOM.
J. P. TA(l(Ur
FREE AUTO BETWEEN
Headquarters for Commercial Alen
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE BEND HOTEL
HUGH O'KANE, MANAQBR
X Vtee bus to
and from trains
Our nursery is located on Powell Ihitte, fourteen miles
enst of Dend. Our trees ure the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
'in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please yon. Catalog free on request. Come and see
our orchards and nursery. Office address, Prineville, Ore.
LAFOLLETTE NURSERY CQ.
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to starting a now store on his home
stead about flvo or six miles east of
Hoglnnlng Sunday, Juno 8, Row
0. A. Iturrls will preach every Hun
day, unless otherwise announced, nt
tl o'clock nt Hampton P. O. until
other arrangements nro made. Sun
day School will In tho tuturo ho held
nt 10 a. ui, and everyone ! cordially
.Invited to nttend both services,
Tho grain horo Is nt present look-
,,K n.no and people are again hoping
for n good harvest.
I. C. Peck Is fencing part of his
Arrangements nro being mndo for
tho "Old and Now Settlors' Picnic
Association" to meet on July 4 this
year as tor tho past two years, A
speaker from the O. A. C, has boon
titfintlattil fiiti! tiiiiuin iitisl uimnl liicr nrn
....w,... v ...,., .,... ... ....... i,niuin- nns a now rent estate
placo has not been fully decided ou'omct, w,, j, Ai ,,nrtcr mnnRor
nnd that auuouncemont will bo mado .Hunted on Crook nvenuo.
A. T. Framo la putting up a barn
near his now well.
(Special to Tho llulloUn)
FREMONT. Juno 9. Robort Mor
gan went over to J. D. C. Thomas last
Wednesday to mako final proof on
his homestead, John Olaso and C. N.
Chapman being wltucsses.
O rover Hell asd Mr. Holmes, who
havo been running tho woll drill for
John Moore, returned to Fremont
last Friday from Dovlls Garden
whoro they drilled a well for Mr.
L, D. Fox, formerly of Fremont,
was married to Miss Gecr nt I.ako-
vlew last Tucsdar. It was nulto a
till niatl lull llltuu Ultu AI1MJIII MUrl-
r,o.. .t .n.i.in ihmuK iimir
married life. Miss Goer Is from
Grovcr Doll Is working for J. It.
Fox for tho summer.
Tho fields all look flno nnd green.
Tho board of directors of tho Fre
mont chceso factory held tholr regu-
jlar meeting last Saturday at tho
Mr. Ctimlnra nf Seattle was In Fr-
mont last week looking for Isnd nnd.,fini'' e getting data upon tho J
stopped over at tho Hotel Fremont.
Pete Mlddleholt's freight arrived
last Friday and' ho Is now living on
J. D. Fox went out to llond last
week for a load of freight and arriv
ed homo last Friday.
HOTEL AND DEPOT.
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Special Attention to
All arrangements made for persons
desiring to go south and east of here
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(Special to Tho Hand Hultotln.)
LAIDLAW, Juno t Another nun
Prospects for crops novor woro
Fruit trees nro laden with n full
John Hell has moved out on hln
Mrs. J. It, Winter Is expecting re
lations from Portland In tho near
Mr. nnd Mrs. Snyder havo Im
proved the looks of their property
by n cli'lug day.
You can look In nil directions In
I I .ti lilies.. nml I! sml ntllt iIiah
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A lino baby boy arrived nt tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. West, who llvo
on tho Ramsey ranch, Monday eve
ning, Juno S,
Ray Gorklug Is visiting relatives
and friends near Pendloton.
J. II. Wlmcr nnd wife woro In
John Coon bought several cows In
Dend Juun fi.
The chceso factory Is going and
orders nro coming In dally.
Mr. Wiley nnd family were In town
Albert Mock, who tins been visit
ing father nnd mothor ami othor
relatives for n few dayH, returned to
his now position at Walla Walla,
II. Y. Couch was hauling lumber
from tho Anderson mill,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Patten nnd Mrs.
Marlon woro In Uend tho latter part
of last week.
J. T. Whistler, project engineer for
tho Deschutes survoy, was scon oil
our streets tho first of tho week.
Karl Updike has bought tho O. W.
Horner team and Is now out on tho
ranch near tho Motollus with his
A. O. Walker will occupy tho pul
pit Sunday, Juno IS, loth morning
nnd evening. All aro Invited,
Pat Doyle, a contractor from Port
O. Laurgaard was called to Salem
Thursday and returned Saturday
evening In tlmo for tho meeting.
Mr. Flala mado a trip to Portland
for tho equipment nnd fixtures for;
his pool room which ho expects to
open In n few days.
A largo delegation of business men
of Rend woro hore Saturday night'
boosting In our behalf for tho Tumalo
Mrs. Delia Nichols and children
will leave on or about the 20th to
Join her husband In Spokane. They
will Im absent all summer.
L. H. Root, Orover McAllister nnd
Mr. Ilogue bought cows, last week
from the First National Hank or
Uend. Cows aro In demand around ,
Tho ladles served loo cream nnd
cako after the mrotlug Saturday
nlKht. Tho proceeds to go to tho
Development League. I
t HAMPTON BUTTE
(Special to The llond llulletln.) 1
HAMPTON I1UTTB, Juno 7. Miss'
Mary McMullln has recovered from
her recent lllnoaa. 1
Miss Allco Rrooklngs, who has
been teaching school In Ilutte, Ore.,
Is visiting with hor brother, Horace
Rrooklngs and family, and frlonds
In this vicinity.
Mrs. J. Munro Wilson passed
through hero on her way to hor homo
In Misery Flats,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Allon Jones, pro
prietors of tho Rurns dairy, woro
railing on frlonds In this locality,
onrouto from (lend to tholr homo
near Rurns. I
W. H. Tennnnt Is calling on his
friend, Karl Rogers and looking over
tho land with regards to a location. '
Oeorgo (luflor of Kvorett, Wash.,
was In this locality looking at land
and expects to purchaso n rolln
(iulshment In Hnmpton Ilutte.
Horace HrooklngH lost a horso Snt
'urday, ono of a team ho owned for
1 12 yoara and has been 0110 of his
'faithful helpers on his homestead.
Mrs. L. K. Ionch and daughter,
jOlllo nccnmpnnlud Mr. Loach on the
I unto truck to UurtiH. Mrs. Leuoh
I wanted to spo tho country.
Mrs. Hoi t Mooka and ohIIdrn
annnl un.'nnl .1u.. f. f . s. .
, ni..jit iit,hi iiujH ui 1.UB1 urcux vni
loy visiting friends. Port got tlrod
"baching" nnd went down nnd
brought his wlfo back Friday.
0. W. Asliliiiugh returned tho flrst
of tho week front llond,
Sovoral parties of homesoekors
woro In this locality tho pnst week.
uui wo am not lourn of any locating.
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(Special to The nend llulletln.)
CLOVBRDALB, Juno O.Mr, and
W carry a complete stock of
all kinds of
W e Fencing
Tents, Camping Outfits
Base Ball Goods
Pumps and Pipe for
Lot us figure your well bill.
Bend Hardware Co.
Mrs. Waldrou nnd dnughtor Florence
and Miss Violet MoKlnney of Sisters,
spont Sunday on tho Motollus rishlng,
John Ooottor, who Is quite sick, Is
nt Redmond nt tho homo of his
brother, Hon (locttcr.
Miss Ruth Haw Icy left for her
homo nt Aahwood last Wednesday,
James Pray has established a
cream route, taking all tho cream of
the neighborhood to tho creamery.
Secoral friends gnthored nt tho
homo of W. F. Fryrenr last Sunday.
Music was cnJoed nnd Inter n light
repast was served. Thoso present
wore, Mrs. McAndrews, Oeorgo nnd
Lucille MoAndroHs, Mr. Pulunit and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pert Hudson.
Tho ball gamo between Sinters
and Cloverdalo wan called off on no
count of rain nt the third Inning. Tho
gamo will lie played June 16.
Tho Fryrenr nnd McAndrowa fami
lies attonded tho Sisters picnic.
I.ait Tuesday closed nn eight
month term nf school, A picnic was
held nt Squnw Creek, After lunch n
program was rendered nnd then tho
Practical Baking Lessons
A great many housewives havo Jiml
troubto in making rich, light, molat muffins
without their foiling, and to ovurcomo UiU,
they havo resorted to making tho batter bo
etiT tliat when baked, tho muffins nro very
dry. A muffin can bo mado almost as
light and just 03 palatablo ra a pop-over,
hut to make a light, moist muffin which Is
not soggy in tho center, a doublo-ralso
baking powder such as K O must bo used.
K C Raking Powder has two eeparato and
distinct raises: ono when tnoisturo Is
added, and tbo other when heat is applied,
so that tho robing Is sustained until tho
muffin Is baked through, nnd all danger of
falling and becoming soggy Is past.
Like biscuits, the softer tho dough goes
Into tho oven, tho lighter tho muflins that
como out of it,
ft mina flrair 1 tcurwinftll l!t
2 atlshtiy rounded tesepooufula K O iiaklng
rowaer H cup suisr
it cup melted lard or butter
J e at 1 cup water or milk
Gift dry Ineredlflnta together throo tlmre,
Aua to liiu) me uaucairn cKj.mtivru aiui
cnlna and water or milk. Then beat all
together until periectiy smooth, uu mullln
or tfm pans aid havo oven alow until the
rnutfiM como to tns top oi the pan, tben
IncrrsM the hfat to baks nnd brown tho
muHina. Tills rccloa makra 13 laraa inudln.
lUklnj or currsuU may bo added If deahed,
1 cup graham flour 1 cup poetry flour
S levrrtcajpoonfuta K O llaklng l'owdvr
1 to 2 level tableepoonfuls sugar
ii tuuiioonful salt 1 eg
M cups milk or water
2 to 3 tableepoonfula melted liuttrr
I.llx and bako us Oncllitir Mulllm.
Orahnm batter should alwaya bo (iulto soft
to laauro ugatness una a inour. tuuun.
Corn Mtal Muffin
If cup butter H cup en oar
i cmt, well Icstcn 1 cup milk or water
I)i cups corn meal 1H cups flour
i teaepooiiful salt
Iovtl tcaipoonfule K O DalduK Powder
Cream tho butter; add tbo sugar and egg.
Elft together, thrto tlinrs, tho ineid, flour,
salt and bakloii powder. Add this to tho
first ralxturo nltcrnatcly with tho milk,
llako about twtntv-fivo tnlnutes. baklnu d.
llttlo slowly to start, then lucfcuau heat to
3 CUDS flour 1 toaapoonfiil salt
8 level teupoonfula K O llokuig l'owdtt
M cup suaar (If doalrcd)
H cup melted lard or butter
a or 6 slices of baooa fried prlen and broke
Into small blta 1 cud milk or water
Mis and bako as One-Eeg Mufllos above.
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Ntt Week's Laorit PUppiN$S
young people enjoyed n climb to the
While calling on the (Initio family
Wednesday evening, tho team of Mr.
Ilurnsldo ran away. About mid
night they wero caught nt tho I.ouk
Hollow Ranch. No datnngh was
A homo belonging to R. J. Skeltou
fell In the harness this week, break
ing tho tonguo of tho haok,
Vivian Young and Carl Kliret of
Redmond spent the week with Harry
(Special to Tho llond llulletln.)
PliAINVIKW, Juno 9. ..Vols Peter
son was In Rend Smidny evening.
The water users under Dm South
Snow Creek ditch nro building con
John Strahm nnd sou Kd wero In
(Continued on page eleven.!
When r roperly nvd, thtie Is nothing mtt spptli
log for brcakbst Of ts than rnufflna, or genu, as thy
are somtlmi called. With honry, prrttrv or mar
tnalad, they readily nuke lbs chief (Valuta of th meat,
nd thars sis so many ways to vary lhm, that ont eon
hava a different kind about as often at aha likes. Uelew
I give a few choice and successful recipe.
iew "h-JUl. UJty.
! cup butter H ctip wear
( cup nUlk or water 1 tu
J puie poatry flour If teapoonful stlt
3 level tcaepoonfuls K O Ilaklug l'umler
Heant H pound ilates
Croam tho liuttrr, add the sus.tr atwl tlti
at. Iieaten Unlit. Nft tomther thm tlmM.
tho flour, baking poorder and salt mid tline)
to tltei i first mlifurr, alternately with tbi
milk! bvat thnrrMlotilv anil niM ilia ilalai.
tonl and cut In ptecre. llako rather
slowly to abut, Inerculug hsat to blown.
Some Helpful Suggestion
Muffins would Ihj served on many mora
breakfast tables if Uila meal wero not
prepared so hurriedly that thoro Is not tlmo
enough to nlh up muffins and bako them.
With U O doublo-ralso bakln-j powder, thi
batter nay bo Btlrrcd up tho night before
and If cct la a cool place, It will remala
In a partially leavened condition all night.
and tho raising will bo completed when put
to tho oven m tho morning. No difference:
will bo noticed between muffins mixed tha
night beforo and thoso mixed Immediately
before baking. ThU should ,not ba
attempted however, with nny of tho old
fashioned olnglo-actlng baking powders.
Tho old fashioned way waa to balco
muffins in n Lot oven, hut thU maked a ft
thick heavy crust and a eoggy center,
which Is unpalatablo and hard to digest.
Tho proper and healthful wuy to balco
muffina la to start tha oven at a lot
temperature, Just as for baking cakes.
When tho mufflna como up to tho top of ths
pan, tho heat should ba raUcd, and they
rJiould bo baked until a crisp cnut Is
lonned. 'ilils crust will bo thin, und tho
content will bo found Utdit and fluffy, but
Always sift tho flour and baking powder
tofjethor nt loast thrco times, no tnalUr
what Kind of pastry is to bo mndo. This
will insure its rlulng evenly and tho flour
la lightened by having nlr olfted Into It.
hither water or milk mav bo used for
muffins. Milk will mako tho richer mullln
and brown better, but water will onawcr
tho purpose very nicely whoa milk Is not
vo uo liau,
A moat excellent "enroad" for muffins.
hot blsouits and hot cakes la mado by
creaming together about equal parts of
butter and honoy either strained or in tho
comb. If tho butter is solid it will work up
to about tho consistency of bard souco and'
it .U simply doUoious. '