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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1916)
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(Specln'. to Tlio Hulletln.)
TUMAI.O, Jan. 2 1.--On Tuosdav
nftaruouti Mis. II. V. Kllcklngor nnd
Mrs. C. P. Heckor ontcrtalncd with
n "parcel shower" anil tea party for
tlio brldu-oloct, Mlsw Iny (lorklnff.
The living room of tlio FHcklngcr
home, whom tlio nlfnlr was Riven,
vri8 decorated for the occasion in
utrmuners r cuplds and lieartH. An
oflectlvec olor scheme of pink and
white wns used. Aftur tlio Ktiests
wore assembled Ilttlo .Mildred Taylor
dressed an Dan Cnplil entered tho
loom drawing a sled on which was
plnced a lart?o liaHkot heaped with tho
"parcels" for thi bride to ho. MIbh
(ierkliiK was tho recipient of ninny
lioniltlfiil and tiHtrul KlftH. each of
Whlcli was accompanied with n sult-
liblo rhyme The "heart and dart
Idea" wan uniquely carried out In thn
refreshments. Hcsldcs tho Kiicst of
honor others present wore: Mrs. J.
N. H. (lerkliiR. Mrs. .1. V. Ilrown,
Mrs. J. W Hinder. Mrs. I'red N. Wnl
lues, Mih. John C'oen, Mrs. C. I.
Mock. .Mrs. Albert Harper, Mrs. 0.
V. Horner, Mrs Prank Dayton, Mrs.
Mildred Taylor. MrH. Ilyron Cady,
Mrs. Hob Stnrneon, Mrs. .Infill Marsh,
Mrs. Hlake Decker, Mrs. Ida (.un
born, Mr Vera Dickenson, Mrs. .1.
C. Tullnr, Mih. Mlnto Howard, Mrs.
loss TIarter and MIhs Mnrparnt Mock.
The Tllllcuin Literary Club wns
ofltortnlned at their iiionthh meeting
on Snturtln i.v .mis. J. M. uriiiin,
Mrs. Arthur Dickinson and Mrs. Fred
VslIaco at tho home of tho latter.
Tho house was prettily decorated In
the club colors, crimson anil Kruy.
Tlio "OieRou Dav" prom am consisted
of n paper on .Ioaiiiln Miller by Mrs,
1)lckeusou, a brier review of tho his
tory of Oiokoii bv Mrs. Orlllln unci a
naper on 1-3 vn Kmery Dye by Mrs.
Wnllnco. Kach club member w.is
iresented with a little souvenir in
the shape rf book murks In crlms'iu
mid urey Dinned bv Mrs. Dye. Tho
guests weio also served with apples
picked by Mrs. )u and Klvon to Mrs.
Wnllnco on a recent visit In the nutli
or'n home In Oregon Oltv. A motion
Wis tuailo anil can led to entertain
tho liiiHbandH and woctho:.rts of tho
club members some cvoiiIhk In tho
))onr future. The pieNbleiit nniioint,'d
n eommittee or ,irs. ic. i-. rurKiiiKer,
Miss Kotw l.lllln and Miss Margaret
Mock to make arrniiKeiiieiits for
Willie. A Hiib-cominltlee of Mrs. 0.
1. Heckor and Mrs. Mildred Taylor
whs appointed to prepare a program
Tor tho men's pleasure. After tin
luminous hhh disposed of n social half
hour wiw enjoyed iluiinK which tho
"hostess served delicious refiehments.
A Jnilv crowd went on a sleiitblnK
p'trty out hi Hie Coon ranch Wednes
day eveulliK. Those who enloed tho
hospitality of Mrs Cnen were Men
ilniiMW PllckliiKer, Taylor. Heritor.
L'mlv, Hooker nnil Miss (lerktiiK.
Tho Piiretil-Twicher Association of
the l'"alrvlew district will meet at the
school house on Tuesdav afternoon,
7'Vhriiiiry I. Mrs. C P. Decker Is m
the piOKr.iiu for a paper i.n "A talk
wllb the lloiiie Toucher."
VoikIh1I Tliouipson returned on
S'Miditv l"-imi I lend wheio he has been
Melvlu I Imp'!' has gnno to Hod
inoud to tii''n the commercial courso
In tlio IiIkIi school tboie.
Tho Tunidlo Development l,eauo
oMernilmito Ilia rabbit pest. A lurK"
evtrirnilua'e Iber nb'dt pest. A Inrnii
nniouut of poisoned Kr'iln has been
prepared bv this orvHiilKntlon which
Ims been distributed hiiiouk the far
l it i r. On account of tbe snow sloris
otilv fair suci-'oi bin bee'i the lesuK.
A In run number of rabbits have beti
CMiiKht In pens then killed with clubs
111 one iilKhl 110 rabbits wero tnn
ped In R ien on the Dietrich ranch
Mtantithor THO have been killed tit
tills pluce within Hie past week r
two J. I.. Cinch fin ko them a few
butter as 710 ueie trapped nt his
is tub. Met Condi lepoiloil :'ini k ii
led, Cih. c-ouch over :tno. .1 N li
OarkliiK 87f. mid Fred Wilson fis
(Spe-nlsl to The Hullstln )
HAMPTON lU'TTK. .Inn l't m
tlolnT lit hnulliig lu (rem llunipin
Chile NlrotlcnitiM and I'red tll.r
hnullnv wood for the schnnl ttiU
Pago StHiiHfi'i- wns a sltor at the
Mtteks home seerul dn this week
ShvowI rMnahen fnnu Huck CreoK
Undo wimo iiiuiin' at the Hrook
lugs mom today.
jtsit Mp(iIm inmle a 'nislncM trip
to m Cieok last Thnrsdm
Owing to the deep snow there was
nnlv mm mall this week.
Tom Dunn whh onr on iulness
mm da this week
John Curio and (lrtrwle .li.uies
took tho Slh grade examination
Tom O. KwIiik wan n guest nt the
llriinklHieM llotMl todas.
Mlw llellin tlralmm. Cecil. I)nroth
and Amy llluniiiii culled at the Meeks
(Sneelnl to Tho HulletliO
Ol.OVUUUAl.K Jn. -M Mr. nnd
Wr. WdldHin nnd Mlsn (llbsou wore
EUtfitH of th Vn Matre fnmll Tiion-
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OluvanUI nrliool rwsunied Wed
uluv with hair In uitewlnme
Klvlll Vim MHtl made a liiiHluets
trill to ttolld Thurdu, lelhiuUiK u
TVtr, Uiw len no Siila scnoi
lu riuvardftl th pat to 8uiuIiih
Mr. nnd Mr. Uwrn l'l' '"r
UI WbIsp home unda.
A wH ltndd dime wim len
lu Sltw Frldu nUht
W. U. Wnldrun nnd John (inter
uwdtf " uualnww trip to Prlnevllle in
"Wednewltiv lu the tiiterem of the
vtr urii nwrlntlon
Ml Vtohit McKlnuey and Robert
(ir'uiulnll woio iimrrlml nt tho lioino
if Um hrido hut 1'rldav ovenln. On
It mi)t Intlninto frlonda bolng Hi nt
tundnnce. . .... ,
Tho SUUu basket Itall tonm has
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
been reorganized nnd will practice
Newt Cobb boilBht 30 head of cat
tin nf O. DobEon of Hcdniond and
hrouglit them to Clovordalo to win
Tho staRo went to Sisters on thn
north road today. The other road Is
Impnssablc by auto.
(Special to Tho Hulletln)
LOST CIIKUK, Jan. 11. Movd
Forbes, who has spent Eovernl nionllis
with relatives and friends In Penns.I-
vanla, has returned to his claim here,
(1. II. Yoiiiik had the inlafortiino io
lose one of his horses ono day lint
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Ashbv entei-
tnlned a number of relatives and
friends hist Thursday.
K. A. Yeck wns a business visitor
In l.akovlow n short time aso.
.1. II. Smith has been hnulliiK wood
for tho WleKut family
If the amount of snow that has fnt
Icn hns any offect on the hay crop
we ought to have a bumper crop this
fSoeclnl to Tho Hulletln)
HAMPTON'. .Inn 1L Davo Hpiir
beck has returned from his Christ
I.ee lllggs returned Thiirsdnv rrom
Powell Ilutto wbero ho hud been vis
iting his brother.
Miss Uthol Fogg roturnod Satur
day from a three weeks vacation
spent In Portland and Dundee, Ore
gon. (Jeorgo Wolls left Saturdav for
Oreton, on account of serious Illness
of his wife.
Thomas Harrison returned from
lleud .Saturday where he had been
visiting his parents during Christmas
M. !. Crow Is upending ti fow da'8
with home folks.
Mr. nnd Mrs, If. A. Parsley took
Sundny dinner with Mis. Nelson
Mrs. King visited Willi tho Misses
Streoler last week.
Phil Dencer, our mall currier,
spent Siinda night at Imperial on
account of the deep snow, Rolng on
to Held Mondsv, returning Tuesilav,
niakl'iK our mall a di.y late.
School commenced Monday after a
tlireo weeks vacation.
M. L. Crow and Hugh Crow left
for Ilunil Wednesday. The former
will work In llend while tho latter
will go on to Montesnno, Washington
to work In a logging camp.
ICverybodv has declared war on
the Jack uibblt since the deep snow.
N'QWton Wells Is looking after Mr.
Fogg's slock since (Jeorgo Wolls was
A ileslrnlile broad kulfo frco with
ovary annual subscription to Tlio
lloud lliillctl'i. Sec advertisement on
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
MIM.ICAN. .Ian. 21. Raliih Coon
or of llend spent several days tho
llrst of tbo week visiting Mllllcnn
friends. Mr. Cooper formerly lived
MrH. (loorgo Powers loft Thursday
for llend for nu uxtended visit.
Chostor A. Smith of Hlvurs was n
guest at the (Miff Uvans homo Tues
day and Wednesday.
Deputy Sheriff Then. Anno of Howl
was In Mllllcnn on olllclnl buBlnos
several dais last week.'
I,. II. Schiuorl ami family visited
at Not ton's Saturday and Sunday.
Mr mid Mrs, Cliff KvaiiH and fam
I -mtiurnn jiwiKt natcr
X TKI3 HIW
1 BnrtlD LOURMII fi
FANCY PATENT '
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A fis "ND- " ,
lir.Mi I'LOfU MIDI, CO.MP.X uses TIIC'SAXO
I.INi: SANITARY SACIC as a container for nil Hours
icuMng Its mill., Huy Hours contained in i'lli: SAXO
I. INK SANITARY SACKS because thoy save you from
fi cents to ID centH on ovory sack you buy. No waste
IIKNI) Fl.Ol'lt Mild, COMPANY Is bohlnd every sn. k
of Hour leaving Its mill with Its guarantee. Nothlin;
Kuurlllced to KeP Its pioducts up to the hlghost stand
ard. HCND l'l.Ol It Mll.li COMPANY would make Hend
the milling center of Central Oregon. Uso its products
and .Mm will help to do this.
IU:X FI.OIR Mll.lt COMPANY pays top cash prices
HUM) FI.OIR Mlltlt COMPANY luiB the latest ma
ehluury liibtalled lu Its mill.
Uery wick of Hour you tu from the WIND CLOCK
Ml I.I. COMPANY ou help to boost the Central Oivi
goii fanuur and build up Its resources.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J. KROKNKRT.
tup. nuxii iu'm.ktix, nusn, onu., wkiixksday, jantauv go, irun.
ily wercg nests at tho Smith homo
Mrs. A. A. Clllmoro spent several
days with her friend, Mrs. P. I
Johnson before leaving for her now
home In llend.
Ocorge Mllllcnn wnB a business vis
itor at tlio Powers homo Sunday.
XJeorge Barclay of Uond Btoppod ff
at Johnson's Thursday enrouto from
Hurns to llend. Mr. Hnrclay had con
sldorable trouble getting through tho
snow drifts east of here.
Fred Klgor Is expected homo this
week. Mr. Klger hns spent the past
two months visiting his parents at
Miss Solum llrnun came out from
Howl Friday for a short Btay on her
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ollmoro left
Thursday for Hcnd, whoro they ex
pect to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Ij. Goodmnn were
visitors nt. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ueo. Powers Tuesday.
Mrs. U. II. Kooney called on frlonds
In tho vnllcv Tuesday.
P. It, Johnson wns conllncdyto the
liouso last week on account of tho
John (lllmoro of 121 Paso, Toxns,
who has been visiting his brother. .
A. Ollmoro nnd family, left for Chi
cago, Illinois, to visit friends.
The dance given by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Win. Renin wns poorly attended on
account of the wenther.
Frank Hurwltz was n visitor In
cast Mllllcnn Frldny.
Miss Alta Cllngnn wus n week end
visitor nt tho homo of Mr, niid Mrs.
Tho entertainment to bo given .it
llorso Ridge school has been post
poned for a month on account of bad
Miss Kinmn Roberta wns an over
Sunday visitor at the homo of her
parents noar llend.
J. j. Cllngnn hauled wood to Hcnd
several days last week.
Cliff Kvnns and i.ovi sniltn wore
visitors In east Mllllcan Wednesday.
John R. Johnson was u guest at
tho Dyer homo Thursday.
It Is reported that consldornblo
barbed wiro has been taken .rrom va
cated hoinestcnils north of Jlorso
Joseph Mosher hauled hay from
Alfalfa last of the week.
(ieo. Powers Is helping Mr. Mllllcan
A son wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harney Conoway of llend Jnnunrv 13.
Tho Conownys formerly lived hero
Win. Siicncer wns n Sundny lsItor
nt tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D.
After tlireo days of wind nnd rain
most of tho snow Is gono. Ronds are
la fairly good condition again and
U. Van Clenvo hns filed on the
Cleveland relinquishment and will
uiovo his family from Chehalls,
tnsliliiKlnn. to their Mllllcnn vnlloy
houiestoad about April 1.
Miss Opal Conoway Innves ton ly
for llend for nn oxtonded visit with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harii'iy
A dcslrnblo brend knlfo freo with
every annual subscription to Tho
Hend Hulletln. Seo advertisement on
(Special to Tho Hulletln).
HAMPTON, Jan. 10. It lias been
storming slnco tho llrst of tho year
Snowing mom ovory day until tho
snow Is now ir Inch oh on the level,
Mr. Thompson of Chlcr go. Illinois,
tinived Thursday to visit his sxia.
At the special school clec'lon held
Saturday, January li, In Dlst.ict Ha
Mrs. C II. Harmon was olected clerk
I IN YOUR FLOUR
to nil the unexpired term of V. I.
Tho l.ltornry Scclcty of Hampton
pcitponed their meeting on account
if deep snow.
Mr. Stnuffor of Str.uffor and Hert
Meeks of Hrooklngs pr.ssed through
Hnmpton Saturday on their way to
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Whlttnkcr visit
ed Wednesday nt Hurr Hlncks.
A. Couch Is spending the week with
A desirable brend knlfo frco with
ovory annual subscription to Tho
Hend Hulletln. Seo advertisement on
(Special to Tho Hulletln)
POWHId. IJUTTR. .Inn 25 Owing
to the deep snow Mnt Carllno mndo
the mull run from Redmond lu n sled
on Monday of last week.
Mr. Ilreese, who has been feeding
sheop In the neighborhood of tho
Hutte vnlloy school has moved them
to Hill Davis' ranch wiiore ho has
purchased liny nnd will feed them
there tho rest of the winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Ross Hussett, Mr. nnd
Mrs. .Too Shearer nnd daughters
Ruth, were dinner guests at the homo
o, Mr. nnd Mrs. Renvcs Wlllcoxon on
Rabbit hunting nas been a much
enjoyed sport slnco tho heavy snow
nnd somo record breaking shooting
hns been done. The greatest number
killed nt ono time Is reported by Ed
Frost who succeeded In killing 17
rabbits In G shots, by finding thorn
hunched undor n tree.
Dewey Johnson loft for the Ochoco
mines on Frldny nnd expects to re
main there somo time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Shobort moved
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.
UH""' ' !! I ! ! I I Hi! I
- ti.i ,ntiilt nnrl nro now llv-
irg on tha Frank Kelloy homestead
which they have rented for tho com-
" Thei o' has not been any school In
tho Wilson dlstilct tho pnst week,
owing to tho dcop snow and cmisld
ernblo sickness ninong tho pupils.
L. W. Van Dnron and Ueo. (j.
Truesdalo were business visitors In
Prlnevlllo on Tuesday of Inst week.
It wiib uccoBBiirj to Biispcnd school
In tho Sheppnrd district oil Frldny
The snow drifts In tho rond making
It Impossible for Mr. Fostor to hnul
the children. School will cominouco
as soon as tho roads are passable.
John Tlngman entertained nt a
party on Saturday evening, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. D. Mustard. Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Pauls and children, .Miss Nancy
Cudd and Mr. Jack Myers.
Robert Moore hauled between 10
and SO hogs to Redmond on Saturday
to be shipped to Portland.
(1. C. Truesdalo hns purchased a
Hue Jersey bull of J. Alton Tompson.
Tho animal Is eligible to rcg stor
which Mr. Truesdmo expects to hnvo
done nt once.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hussott nnd
Movd Hussott went to Prlnovlllo on
Satin-day to visit with Mrs. K. .
Hussett and dnughter Fay. for Bovoral
Miss Horthn Ooodscll Is nursing
Miss Ruth Fostor nt present. Midi
Ruth's ninny friends will bo pleased
to learn she Is slightly Improved.
Orn Foster was obliged to mako
tho It. F. I), mail run with a team on
Saturday ns the enow drifts wero en
tirely too deep for tho car.
Miss Mini Monro visited with homo
Tolks on Saturday and Sundny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Smeed who hnvo
been visiting with Mr. awl Mrs. Wal
ter Foster, returned to their homo nt
Post on Sundny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Hrown wero
dinner guests of Mr. K. A. Hussott
A desirable bread knlfo free with
ovory nnnunl subscription to Tho
Hend Hulletln. Seo ndvertlsomont on
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
PARK, FROM EAST SIDE OF
On the River Front
Pleasant Location and Building Restrictions
which insure only high class development.
For Prices and Terms address Pinelyn
Park Co., Box 115.
A desirable Menu kmho ireo wuu
ovory annual subscription to Tho
Hend Hulletln. Seo advertisement on
7 Where do you trade?
Cllncy's Grocery. Adv .
We will probably muke'
in about TWO
let ns know at
onee what you
will have to ship
in a mixed ear.
We Buy Everything.
( Farmers' Warehouse)
And Investigate our prices
bcfoio buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcan, Oio. Tclcphono