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THE BEXD BCLLETLV, IlEXI), ORE WEDNESDAY. JULY 28. 1015.
CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to The Bulletin)
TITMALO. Jal IS The adrasee
crew under (otemxa Blllr Hran
left Thoradar to Rn rk on the
- raicr v.res aiTnjoa oi ie IBM
alo project. Soe work had to bc
dene on the rad leading to the
casap before supplies coald he bail
ed. The follow! local hoys went
out to do the work. Carl Marten.
StIKa Drown. Oaks Walter, Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harper and
faatUr a em Mr and Mrs. Joha Marsh
ad faasitr are taklas a vacatfoa at
HeMatp oa the Metollas.
S. R. Browa retaraod Friday froai
Preott. Wsafalattoa. where he has
keea workl?; is th harvest field.
A party f TuaiaJo people speat
Saaday ptealeinir at Bla aa4 Sautlea
Lakes. Tver re Mr. and Mrs.
Jobs Caantarnam. Mr. and Mrs.
Joha J. Cxmi. Fay and Grorer Cerk
tac and Mrs. Byroa Cady.
W. D. itaroe and a party of
f Heads from Ioa are speadlag a few
weeks a the Metollas
AnotMr force ot roa lett Mooaay ,
woralsg for the Broken Top camp
where they will work on Crater,
Creek direction Alfred Haan w j
hare charge of the concrete work and .
S. R. Brows will b lastrumt 'man.
Earl Updike. Earl Swlth aad Hatch
tx of Redmoad alo went up
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace aad family
and Mr. aad Mrs. Caaatacaam took
In the aorloa at Bead Wednesday
Mrs. Choree Rroaterhoas and son
Edward spoat a few days vMtlngi
Broa are doing
f.'fdnhUa? to the proWt camp.
jirs. iqm owy Mrs. raw
are at? rtlag the reeipos for the
W. S. L. Clab cook hook.
(Sseoial to The nulletln)
IIAMITON. Jaly It. Mrs. M. L.
Pock. Mrs. boatsoa. Mrs. E. M. Peek
aad ebltdm spent last Tharsday
vrkh Mrs. lAtciada BUck of Uaard
J. I- Owen weat to Bond Friday
aad had hia teeth drawn by Dr.
Pastlkoer. retaralag Taoaday.
Far mors are very baay harvesting.
Mr. aad Mrs. J O Whlttaker aad
Mr. aad Mrs W T Harrison r.ad son
Tfcoaasx wpoit 9aaday wKh Mrs. La
eisxMt Bhtck and Burr Balaek of Lit
Melvin Crow la working (or F. S.
Mr. aaU Mrs Chan. Bishop of Im
perial were in Hampton Saaday.
Miss Harriet Hliby and limine
Hoffman of ImDorlsl were In Hasan.!
lab Tamdar I
Un I!. 11 llarnnn Un Ijvr'
Hicks and MM IMrle Barton took , " Irwl(1, MM, .. .
dlaaar with Mrs. A. S. Fogg Bad" '". 5lr. mK. ? ,hM'1 i
fawitr Umailmr I Mr and Mrs. Harry Wilson aatoed
Mro. K. M. Peck will leave this
ruing for Bend, where she will
MmX her haafaaad who has been la
I'M'tland for a few weeks.
Mr. RnBtoa of Dry Lake was In
'Sreeinl to The Bulletin)
HAMPTON BCTTIC. Jaly II
Mr. M. W Baapard and daaghior
Bmn loft on a track for Bond loot
Saaday on thotr way to Portland to
atioad the sick bod of a relative !
Mr. Cocbott of Henjamln Lake
w a Back Creok visitor last week j
Mrs. Ilrkkoy rot u rued from the'
khe attoaded her mother's funeral
Mrs. C J. StaufTcr came up Sat
urday, returning Sanday.
W. W. Ilrown'a round up crew
paesed through here Satarday on
their way to Wagontlre.
A number of ranchers have been
catting some of their hay the post
N. S Broun of Pleasant valley was
up rtf'tlng with frlaads Sunday.
Bert Meeka ploHl IS acres for
Call Tinner last week
hMwin Scliredcr fell from a horse
thai morning and hurt his irm quite
badly. He took a truek out for
Bund to reowlve medlaal aid
Sva Michnl spont several days
with Mrs. Iloraea iirooklngs last
V. P Wray was a Pleasant valley
aller last Moaday.
Mr. IthodM Taylor of Tekamah.
Xobraska, earae In an a track hr-
ilay as far an Brookings, being en his
way to tUit hia obi time friend C
V. Scbredor was klaked by a eoll
last H)k. cAuslng him mueh pain I
Mr. and Mrs. llert Meeks and chll1
dren look aupicr with Wn. Hoist (
JoMe Monroe went to Back Creek
last waek to look for work.
Mt Agacs SehrHler returned on
Satarday from an extended visit with
her slater. Mrs. Kdward Street of
A grtMt number of Jak rabbits are
being poluined In this vlolntty.
J. M. llrlckey waa a business vis-.
Itor here today.
Wa. lluUt returned from Bend
laal Friday with lumber and a bin
dtr which be had shipped from his
farwvr homo at l.a Cross. Washing'
(Spesla: to The Bulletin.)
LOST ORHHK, July 19. Jim
Smith came over from Kgll and spent
Sunday with hia family here.
J. K. Curran has a number ot car
penters rebuilding his hall.
Mrs. 8. W Ileal held eighth grade
examinations at the school house,
last Thursday and Friday.
.Mary St suffer wan the only appll.J
can,t for a diploma. Cecil Hubbard.
Itoy StauScr and Mary Best, pupils
abjc rote on
j The Distrfrt School Board held a
bsin seiax at the school boss
Jast Tbarsdar afternoa.
C. W MeGlalir had the misfortune
' la the eTrj:h grid
to fall aboat S4 ft lata a veil last,. vit- tv. nu k.r .,.
- , w " -
Monday He was badly braised at1art &f uer or the past
saffered a Mriows lary. . far Tears Is this dellzhtfsl sect
Mrs. C C Waaabara aad S IV.
tlf .. A. I ....w.l' ... Ik.lr kn.
steads, before Coamawtoa-r SUaffer,
!.. d,i., '
Tfc Vj7 WuSI.Br mJ Ii
faasfHe pJcalesd a9C
oa Laot Creek
fRfctal tn Tb Blll!a)
MILL.ICAN. Jaly 2 Mrs. W. B.
MeAdw receired a taeswaje frosa her
en oa. Boaeaun. Montana, say-
lav hu i..ik.. - AmA lr-m tfa.lhr TA Imnrnrfnr tho KHtnord.
Adow left the same erealas for Bead,
In P. B. Joaasoa s ear. frosa where
she took the trala for Boxeman to
attend the funeral. Mrs. MeAdow
had planned to Yttit with her mother
ia about a Booth frosa now. not bar.
,ns IMa htT ,ne eomlnx; here to
homestead I years a?o. which made
the new, soaMr sod to her. I
P a jOBBson made a bvslceaa'
trio to Bead Fr day
W. H Beam went to Prinertlle
Wedaosday. retvratag home Th art-
day, with a reaper he
Mrs. Geo MilHcaa called at the
Cinder hoa: Friday.
Geo. Roberts aad wife called at
P. II. Joaasoa s Saaday.
Harney Ccnoway aad family re-
I taraMf from Rear CtiA Satoritar
I CHff Ream weat sswi to Staaer
ranch Saadar. where he will heia
A. A. Oilman has bees helping V.
L. Heathmaa haying the past week.
Harold Davis rode vu to wt
ead to riait friends Svnday after
neon. Mr. aad Mrs Cruse patd throagh
bore from Bead earoate to Baraa oa
W.,11. Ream U csjulag rye hay for
B. K. Davla.
P. B. Johnson went to Urwn Mon
day, uklag s paeager ia with him.
Loaia Halt helped A. A. Ollmore
slock hay Moaday.
Saoday school will be held at
10: St a. m. every Saaday Instead of
2 p. m.
(Special to The Balletln)
POWELL BfTTK. Jaly SC. R. L.
Moore received palatal iajariea to
his shoalders aad spine while help
lag to move a hay stacker Taesday.
He Is recovering nicely however.
PauHne Traesdale went to Priae-
. I rllle Taesdor
for a two day's visit
oat from Redmoad Wednesday to
talfe a look at the crops on the for
Rea Powell of Prinevtlte made a
brtof vtsit In this Mctloa Wednesday.
Ie liobba came not from Bend on
Wednesday aad with Oeo. Hobba is
hdptag Geo. Morgau harvest his
A triple blrthdsv party favoring
the birthdays of Miss Gladys Bayn,
Mhu Jocephlne Manceau aad Clyde
Moore at the W !iayt htwc Wed-
neaday evening wm atteaded by
aiioat IT young people A Jolty good
tlmo Is reported. Mrs Pauls, Mrs
Busett and Llaa Moore were the la- ;
stlgators of the affair which came as The New Bend Flour Mill Co., It
a surprise to those In whose hoeor now manufacturing Deschutes Self
It was given. The girl guests provld- Raising Pancake flour. Ask yqur gro
ed delicious refreshments which ere, cer for it Adr.
IS ALL RIGHT IN ITS PLACE BIT FOR OlR
WE WANT TO GIVE YOC STRAIGHT TALK.
W1I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT BREAD FROM OUR
FLOUR IS MADE IN OUR LABORATORY AND THAT if
TB3T8 AS HIGH AS ANY ON THE MARKET.
THAT OUR FLOUR IS SOLD CHEAPER THAN ANY OUT
THAT EVERY SACK IS POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
TO SUIT OR YOU MAY RETURN IT AND GET A NEW ONE.
THAT OUR MILL IS CLEAN AND SANITARY.
THAT IT HAS TUB MOST MODERN EQUIPMENT OF
ANY FLOUR MILL ON THE WHOLE PACIFIC COAST.
DO NOT LET YOUR OROCKRYMAN TALK YOU INTO
BUYING ANOTHER BRAND WHEN THERE IS A GOOD
FLOUR MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN AND SOLD AT A
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
DESCHUTES SPRAY .
BEND FLOUR MILL CO.
' served daring the evening.
Mr. and Mr Roj Shutrum of
Portland. relatives of Mrs. E. N Ha''
pawed through here Wednesday un
their irar to Craae Prairie above
RARrf vhr fher will Mmn 'rtr
I r. ii.ii j .l . m- 1--J
"'edaesdar !. Mis Hall and
sasall son who haTe keen rislt n?
...,, .w ....ii n
! ' iwni
iCHltIiC3 tam1 jWaB M uivu atl-u
Gay Sears was a PrlaeTille riI'or
... . . . . -.
.LGUtT' ? waluto prin"
rllle Tbar4ay where she baa leeep'-
a J00 ,a th !? 8f Coartr
School Saperinteadent Myers.
Road Spmor Willcoxoa a-.t
erew hare besjaa work oa straighten -
Powell Batie road for which wrk
the Coanty Coart appropriated Js"
it ihir ! tinr-
Mr. and Mrs V O. Humohrer are
enjoying a Tlslt from the fortar s
brother and wife of Oklahoma. w-
arrived here Friday
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bassett enter -
taloed at an enjoyable dinner parv
Saadar. Their sue were ReT. and
Mrs. W. N. Byers rf Redmond. Mr
AlbMi Wllieoxoa and Har-
and Mrs. Reaves WHIeox-
, oa and the Uiler-t mother. Mrs. Halt
Mr. and Mrs. Ros-s Bwwett. "Tedd--John
joa aad "Grandma" Brown.
Will Brawn, who was on the si-k
list last week, is reported as better
Mr. aad Mrs. Jcha Lucky and
small daaghter aad Harold Cook
picnicked oa the Battes Sandar. The
latter left Wednesday for Madras
where be will work daring harvest
Mr. aad Mrs. Alln Wilkoxon went
to the show la Redmond on Saaday
N. P. Alley was a visitor at Oral
City Satarday. retarnlag ob the Son
day evealng train
Ktmer Covert of Redmond visited
at the Tack farm Wednesday.
POWBLL Bl'TTE. July 56. Har
lag it oa fall blast now. In most In
stances the Srt catting has be a
Melvin and Ora Foster flalshM
stocking alfalfa yesterday.
D. A. Patterson has finished hav
ing. Harold Laadfare has been help
ing him. While raking hay Mr. Pat
terson's team jamped. catching h'.s
arm In the wheel and badly wrench
ing It. It is much Improved now.
I W. and C. I. Blair have been
patting ap A. D. Morrill's hay the
put week. Mr. MarTllI Is down with
Geo. Shobert is harvesting bis rye1
N. B. Beach is cutting Jim Griffln's
Joe Tewnsend has a aer binder
and Is now harvesting W. A Fos
Ora and Melvin Foster ' ect to
Sisters Friday In Ora'a car f
!. Hobbs is here now. staying
with his brother George Mr Hobbs
expects to harreat his wheat
C F Blair has hauled several
loads of hay to Bund markets
J P Bowman Is hauling baled hay
from the baler to the market at
ENGINEERS MAKE STUDY
Younx on -SattI(- Lake Project This
Week to Seek Xew Canal Line.
Aecompaaled by U D. Wlest and
A. J Welton. formerly assistant en-
?ineer of the Tumalo project. George
q v. ? .-,. i- .
Grandriew to scend the rest of the
week oa eaineennx; work In eon
section with the Settles Lake Irri
gatiOB project. Mr. Yoaag s plan is
to spend the time with his assistants
iwfciias tii s iu iiac ivr imv
tBatn anl la the expectation of t-
tin? oif a portion of the estimcted
t0it ot the project.
toord to tarrra un1 da,,!.
flcatlcn work Mr. Welton will reaaia
oa the project for a longer time and
. oa Aagast 1 Percy Capper, assistant!
tills nvinr l .in. In tn ot.
amine the project for the purpose of'port,?l- coasel for Moore. h2d tele-
making a report to the state. Ar-
1 ri97,ncii - fvoino- mri m nm.
eu wjm tne constrnctlon of tbe
project as soon as these jrellralaary
matters are atrtnded to.
! Will Bur Empty Sack..
tj,,, Xew 3end n,. M Co wUj
onrehase all emotrsitks mltable for:
I grain purposes that are brought to,
Right now when hay fever ia at-1
tacking its victims and when asthma i
is causing so much distress, there is I
a demand for Foley's Honey and Tar i
Compound the remedy that brought
relief to thousands In previous years.
Don't continue to suffer. It will helpi
yon Contains no opiates. Tatterson
Drag Co. Adv.
O.VE CENT A WORD is alt a little '
Want Ad will cost you. i
BRICK THAT IS MADE
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
JASON MGORE IS 6IVEN 8EG-
OND EXTENSION OH BOND
Land Itoanl Votes Him OO Days
More in Which to Comply With
Itelimlnary Terms of Leae.
Contrary to expectations the State
; Lasa oosru cu giveu juuu iwtc
a seeoad extension of 60 days in
wnteht io "o5"1 ,or. A' i ? v
8llete hu Sammer and Abert lake
P)et. This efn is pUinly
anderstood to le the last, the time
b'3? "P ,n the ns'ddie of SeptemSer,
i taieiB nes liems repon me atiiu
of the Board under date of July 1
as follows: ,
The State Land Board yesterday
afternoon, acting upon the sugges
tion of Governor Witayeombe, vot
ed to gve Jason Moore an extension
of S dLys from Monday in which tO
file a bond of 125.09 fbr the acrry-
ing oat of the terms of bis lease of
Summer aad Aert lakes.
-Clerk G G Brown reported to
U3e OOarO IBal (.. A. aueptKira Ol
Jaoned him and stated teat ne wouia
like to gel an extension of 30 or 60
"It was asrpd lv the board that
i the 60 day extension would be final
and the clerk was Instructed to not!-
i fy Moore that the 60 days would also
oh vol traveler:
When in need of a bed. a
meal or J feed for your
team or something to make
' your car go, bTOP AT
2S miles from Bend MII1I
can P 0 Also groceries.
lunch goods and phone.
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
OW IS THE opportune
v! 11 l5 me snce e avent f
Pi k( the railroads for you to
.fckj build a home. Why
wi dy 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 can
not afford to pay rent any longer.
sa OREGON STREET
.be a period of notice that 10,000
I on deposit with the state would be
forfeited If the S 25.000 bond is tint
'-1 ' '
SIGNS FOR SALE.
'For Ilent," "For Sale." "Hooras
to Let", "Housekeeping Itoomt," "So
Admittance," ".No Smoking," etc.,
t etc.. Placards printed la large type
on heavy britol board, 15 cent each,
lew In quantities
are two voit wonderlands
The Greatest Shous of The Age.
You Cannot Affoni to Miss Them.
The Opportunity Will Soon Pass
Choice of several routes at low
fares for the round trip, via
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
Ask J. H C0RBETT. Agent
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