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TUP. BEND BULLKTINi MIND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE SO, 1015.
(Special to Tho Bulletin).
TUMALO. June 28. Over 200
guests- enjoyed the hospitality ot the
Tumalo pcoplo at lunch Inst Friday.
The affair was given In honor of the
party of state officials who Inspected
tho Tumalo Irrigation project that
day. (Jovernor Wlthycombe, Secre
tary of State Olcott, Attorney Goner
nl Drown. State Engineer Lewis, 0,
V. Putnam and three members of thojina lake where ho went for an out
iisn ana gamo commission wore mo
nonor Kuesis lium duioiii. ouvurni
railroad ofllclal also accompanied tho
party, while a largo number camo
from tho neighboring towns ot Hand
and Deschutes. A bounteous repast
liad boon propnrcd by tho ladles to
which all did full justice.
Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. llrown and Mrs.
Cocrrcntortalnod tho W, S. L. Club In
a delightful manner last Wednesday.
i IHIVV VV.I1.VU TTM.W.. 1H. 4ww,w
off" by Mr. Ilyron Cady, Mrs
Coon, Mm. Arthur Flala and Mar
Karot Mock provod a decldod success.
It has been roquestcd that this play
let named "Ho Was Never Known to
Hmlte," bo given at a later dato for
the mon's bonoflt.
Tho town has been dry Indeed tho
ltast week ns tho wator In tho Des
chutes Ib no low that no water would
run Into the town ditch. Sundny nf
torndon a largo number of tho pro
gressive citizens undertook to deepen
tho channel and built a small dam
Hear the hondgnte with tho result
that every ono has an abundanco of,
wator for lawns and gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Harter nro liv
ing on their ranch again for n fow
Mrs. Harper and Mrs. Dayton nro
planning on going to Rodmond Tues
day to attend tho demonstration giv
en by one of tho O. A. C. teachers,
on tho canning of fruits and vege
tables. Fred N. Wallace. Frod Wilson, C.
J. Mock and Frank Dayton, Sr., at
tended tho hrnquct glvon In honor of
novornor Wlthycombo and party at
tho Emblem Club at Ilend Friday
Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Decker died Inst Friday at Port-
Tod Docker loft Monday morning
for Hood lllvor, Ho oxpects to bo
gone all Hummer.
Friends ot John Combs recolvod
tho sad nows of tho doath ot Ills lit
Mr. and Mrs. John Cunnlnghnm
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ilamon and son
Raymond and Frank Wnllaco loft on
Monday morning for the Metollus
whore thoy expect to spend 10 days
cnmplng at HoIhIiik'h.
(Bneclnl to Tho Bulletin)
MILLICAN. Juno 20.--At tho an
nual school election hold hero Mon
day, .1. I.. Owen watt olectod clotki
nr.d A. I). Norton director for thrc'q
yearn both without nny opposition.
An 8 mill tax was voted on and
lost, throo votoa being cast for It and
flvo against. The board for the en
titling yoar will lie: I: I,; Owon dark,
II, F. Dyor, chairman. Ooo E. Heath
mnn nnd A. I). Norton,
Mrs. Cloo. Mllllcnn entertalnod tho
Junior Hiindny school class nt her
lioino Thursday afternoon. Strnw
licrrlos, cronm nnd cako wero served
nil refreshments nnd each child was
prfBcntod with beautiful puiuy plants
nc souvenir of tho occasion.
Bnrnh nnd Burton DavM woro
HUi'ntn of Mnry and Joseph Holland
Mr. John Holland nnd chlldron
were dinner gupat of Mm. Forbes nt
her homestead Thursday.
Mrs. Tlios. MofTott called nt tho
Ileum homo Friday.
Mm. Kollnr visited with Mrs, Hoi
Mr. Italui left for Prlnovlllo on
Mrs, John Holland called at tho
Conk homo Sunday.
P. 11. Johnson was n Bond business
caller Thursday of last week.
A number of our homesteaders nro
nrranglng to mnko llnal proofs on
their claims this summer.
Mr. Mid.Mrs.-McAdow drove down
to Joliahoii's Saturday nfteruoon.
Mrs,' W. 11. Itoam was calling on
Mrs. Forbes and Mrs. Do Armond
of Bond nro spending 'the woek at
Mrs. Forbes' homestead hero.
A. 1) Norton nnd family wero vis
iting at Connway's Monday evening.
llnrney Conowny returned from a
week's visit In Bond Monday.
Mrs, Forbes and Mrs. Do Armond
wero calling on friends hero Satur
Dr. HwIiik and wlfo of Eugene, nc-
rompanlod by Mrs. draco George" nnd,
Miss Qeorrjc. pawed through hero
Inst woek on a pleasure and sight!
Mr. and Mra.. HHen and children
motored through here enrouto to
Several very large loads of wool
passed through hero going to Bend
the past week.
II, U. Keller went to Bend on bus
iness last week,
Harold Davis spent all day Sunday
looking tor tils saddle horse that
utrayod from heme Saturday night.
Sundar school at tho school house
tivery Sunday la usually well attend
ed by the children as well as their
Opal Koppor came home from
Ilend Tuesday whore sua has been
visiting frtyvtft for tno past few.
vreoks, ' I
Mrs, Thou. MoeU called on Mra.
Ceo. Mllllcnn Saturday afternoon,
Chaa. Hvinders and Albert Pren
tiss passed through hero from near
Imperial earoute to Dod from where
Mr. Saunders will gl to Tacoma for
vm extended visit with his parents
there. , I
Mr, and Mrs, Jolm Bohl and child-'
Ton drcra trtvPBiJ Wednesday, com
ing rout their etlm Mar StauKer, I
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special taThe Bulletin.)
STAUFFER, Juno 25. Mr. Mer
cer Is setting fence posts for Miss
Ilrooklngs this week.
J. H. Hasslor and Pago Stauffor
left Saturday for Endlcott. Washlng-
luii, where they expect to work in the
AI Lowe tins returned from Paul-
Fred Overall and Charles Stauffer
were Hampton Butte visitors last
Two petitions that are Intended to
botlor our mall servlco are being cir
culated, One Is for twice a wcok
malt botwocn Hampton and Stauffor
and tho other Is for a direct mall
route l)otween non,t and Ilolyat.
A number of government trappers
nro camped near Mrs. Overall's plnco
Mrs. Hasslor and Miss Ilrooklngs
woro visitors at Horaco Ilrooklngs
Jim Smith went to Bond last woek.
Clarence and Archie Smith havo
returned from Olone, whore they
woro employed In a sawmill.
Mrs. Lespcranco has been on tho
Mrs. McLouth and children wero
nt Iluck Creek last week, whero Mr.
McLouth Is working.
A number ot teams from Dutte
have pnssed through on their way to
The annual school meeting was
held Monday afternoon. Mr. Young
was elected director, and Mrs. Dost
(Speolal tn The Bulletin)
HAMPTON DUTTE, June 23.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fogg of Hampton
visited at tho Ilrooklngs homo last
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Mlsory
Flats wero business visitors hero last
C. W. Ashbaugh mndo a business
trip to Bond Inst wcok.
Jlmmlo Brtckoy was a Imolnoss
visitor horo Inst Thursday.
Elva and Harold McFaddon took
dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs.' Ilort Meeks
William Hoist hauled hay Inst
Thursday which ho purchaBod from
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Stauffor of.
Stauffer visited with relatives and
HAVE A LOOK
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
THE EUROPEAN CONSUMER la the most scientific buyer
of roods on earth. Ho has, from necessity, been forced
to buy that which glvos tho greatest return for the
Ho Is tho world's greatest user ot flour. Flour, and yet
moro flour has been tho cry of stricken Belgium, England and
Franco consider It relatively tho cheapest food at $12 per
Don't subscribe to popular fallacies. Face tho facts. Meat
contains 80 per cent wator, potatoes 75 per cent, milk 80 to 90
per cont, flour 13 M per cent. A pound of moat costs 20 and
25 cents, flour 4 cents, nnd yet thoro Is more energy In a
pound ot flour than a pound of beef.
HEAL ECONOMY MEANS THE USE OF MOUK FLOUR.
WHEAT FliOUH Cheaptvtt aiiil Best Fowl. V. 8. Hovernmeut
Tot Prove It.
Articles Energy 10 Couts Will Buy
Ugga 385 Mf
Beef, sirloin .410 M
Mutton, leg v.... 44C Msf
Milk 1030 Hsst' ,..
Deans, dried ,
(U, 8. Department ot Agriculture
KNHHnY Muscle and Strength Giving QuUtlj.
One pound ot Deschutes Spray Flour, costing 3 to 4 cents,
will go as far as two pounds ot meat containing 20 to 35 cents ..
BEND FLOUR MILL CO.
' 'The cleanest Hour will lit the State ot Oreon. '
All flour tested In our pwn laboratories.
The publlo Is Invited to tftspect our plant.
friends horo Sunday and Monday.
A band of sheep passed through
this vicinity enrouto for Douglas
A. T. Shaver and Mr. Denning
passed through here today.
County Commissioner Overturf and
C. M. McKay of Bond were out last
wcok to seo about the Duck Creek
roatf which was not on the survey.
Bert Meeks is breaking a colt.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
LOST CREEK, Juno 21. Jim
Smith returned from Dond last Sat
urday. Oscar Snavely has gone out to
Dend where he expects to bo employ
ed during tho summer.
Mrs. C. C. Washburn lost a valu
ablo cow ono day last week,
Mrs. J. Hosch spent last Wednes
day night with Mrs. J. Perry.
Clarence and Archlo Smith, who
have been working In n mill down
near Klamath Falls, aro homo for a
Fred Overall was around one day
last woek collecting money for a
Fourth ot July celebration at Rolyat.
Tho many friends ot Mrs. Wash
burn and Mrs. Young tendered thorn
a surprise laBt Sunday. About 60
wore In attendance and all had an
Jess Dunyard haa been logging
somo sago brush for Dennis Mc
Cough. J. Hosch and Dllllo Holms just
returned from a trip to Bond.
' A great doal of Intorest was taken
In tho annual .school meeting. Over
twenty-voters wero present. O. R.
Young was re-elected director and
Mrs. Dost was olocted clerk.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA, Juno 20. Mrs. Caro
lina Pedorson of Wallace, Idaho, Is
visiting her daughter Mrs. R. E.
Miss Ada Ferry has been visiting
Miss Golodlno Stoner at her homo in
Miss Roso Smock of Buffalo, Now
York Is spending tho summor with
her brother, R. Q. Smock and fam
Frank Robarge and Denver fJood
loft last week for Fort Klamath.
T. M. Dealy has gone to Waltsburg,
Washington, for tho summor.
Tho ladlos of Alfalfa havo organlz
Farmers Bulletin No. 143.)
ed a Wednesday Afternoon Club, Tho
first meeting was at tho homo of
Miss Lota Denn. This woek Mrs.
Wooley was hostess.
A. O. Walker went to Bend Fri
day evening to nttead the banquet
given by tho Bend Emblem Club In
honor of Governor Wlthycombo and
his party, .sr
Gusta Derry has returned from his
trip to Arkansas nnd Illinois.
Mr. Drlce, who recently bought tho
Ben Qotter place, haa taken up his
Bort Powell made a business' trip
to Bend Friday.
Mr. and Mra. II. T. Dealy attended
church services at Powell Butte on
James Hazard, who spent tho win
ter here, has returned to his home
Fred Schmidt mado a trip to Bond
Joo. Townsend spent a' fow days
this woek at his homestead.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Walker and
children spent Sunday at Tumalo,
(Special to Tho Bullotln)
CLOVERDALB, Juno 28. Calvin
Burnsldo drove to Redmond Tuesday
accompanied by his mother and fath
er and W. P. Slmer.
Mesdames Slmer, Lee, Moe, Doyors,
Skelton, Kelly, Van Matro, Johnson
and Cutllp woro gtooaoberrying at
Wnldron'a last wook.
Mr. Tucko and Mr. Van Matro
woro olected as tho now metnbors of
tho school board. Mr. Clco. and II.
Cyrus, rofJrlng. Mr. fJottor was re
Mr. and Mra. Frank Arnold, Mr.
and Mrs. Tucke, Mr. Geo. Cyrus and
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is tho MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
Bend Park Company
Mr. Bettor woro fishing In the Red
Hills on the Denchutes Friday nnd
report a good catch,
Mr. Cutllp and family visited at tho
Hendrlx home" Sunday.
Mies Hazel Tompleton Is convales
cent after a severe sickness of several
Mr. and Mrs. Howell havo moved
back to BlBters.
Mr. Beard was home from Bend
Roy Reynalls had the misfortune
of having his motorcycle blow up
Baturday. He now rides on horse
back to attond to tho ditch work.
Win. Buckley of Redmond spent
Saturday night In Cloverdate.
Tho McAndrews boys left for tho
outsldo hay fields Saturday.
The Clovordalo pcoplo aro Invltod
to meet with Sisters nt tho dam Just
this sldo of Ilend at eleven o'clock
on Baturday, where a procession will
bo formed. Indications are a largo
crowd from horo will partlclpato In
tho Dend colcbrntlon on that date.
E. Waldron nnd W. Van Matro
wero In Redmond Saturday for re
pairs, preparatory for haying.
(Snoclal to Tho Bulletin.)
POWELL DUTTE. Juno 28.
School election at Shepnrd district
Monday evening resulted In the elec
tion of Guy 8cars us director and J.
E. Warner, clerk. Tho lattor was
re-eloctod. Of tho 33 ballots cast
28 woro against tho district' high
school movement, while tho remain
ing 6 favored It.
N. P. Alley was elected to succeed
htmsolf as director at the Wilson
school election while Mrs. O. C,
Truosdalo was, choson clerk. J. J
Chapman, former clork, declined re
election, A count ot tho-ballots at
this time showed n slight majority
wero against the district high school.
At tho recent school election In tho
Twin Unites district Mr. Stone and
Miss Ada Morso wero re-eloctod di
rectors and clerk respectively and tho
voters expressed themselves ns unani
mously In favor of tho district high
At tho North Dutto school three
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
yW ,S THE PPrtune
vl 11 $ me snce le avent f
?' J the railroads for you to
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
you will soon decide that you canr
hot afford to pay rent any longer.
directors wero elected at tho school
election which was held Monday af
ternoon as follows: Messrs. Cornntt
Edwards nnd Pauls, the lattor chair-1
man, while ueo. Morgan was re-elected
Messrs. Lynch, Moore, Schneider i
and Prof, Nash nttonded local school
election hero (Monday ovenlng, tho !
former two visiting the Wilson i
school and tho latter the Sheperd :
Earl Saunders, who fished on tho
Deschutes river a couple ot days re
rently, reports a catch ot 180 fine
Mrs. Ross Buasott,- who has bean
visiting frlonds and relatives near So-
nttle, Washington, for the paBt two
months, returned homo on Tuesday
Frank Klssler, J. J. Chapman, J.
E. Warner, Ora Fostor, Mr. Miller
and Ross Bussott, local aspirants for
tho Job of rural doltvory mall car
riers took examinations In Redmond
N. P. Alley and son Roy returned
returnod from Opal City Friday
evening where the former has been
doing carpentor work.
Mrs. Elizabeth Truosdalo arrived
Saturday ovenlng from Colorado for
an extended visit with nor son G. C.
Tiuesdale and family,
Miss Linn Mooro camo out from
(Continued on page 7.)
GET OUT of the rut. It's
only a habit to do nil our
tradfng at the larger towns.
Let us spend our money at
homo whero It will do UH
the most good. REMEMBER
a 20 cent phono message will
transact a lot of business
and savo DOLLARS.
P. B. Johnson
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