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THE HEM) BULLETIN, IIEXI, ORE., AVEDNESPAY, FEBRUARY 2.1, 1010.
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(Special to The Bulletin)
TUMLAO, Fob. 21. Over 150 peo
ple attended tlia lnstlttito Riven liore
Inst Thursday by Miss Anna A. Tur
ley and L'rof. J. E, Larson or the O.
A. G. At tlio morning session Miss
Turloy gave n ilomonBtratlon of tiro
uses of a flrolcps cooker. In the af
ternoon I'rof. Larson Bpoko on how
tc select seed potatoes nnd potato dis
eases and remedies for same and on
nlfalfa culture Miss Turley's sub
jects of tho nftornoon sessions In
cluded methods of homo canning of
montn, fruits and vegetables nnd tho
Blrl'H canning clubs which aro being
organized throughout tho stato. Live
ly Interest was shown In the day s
program by tho Intelligent iiuostlons
asked by ti number of those present.
A E. Lovott closed tho meeting with
n brief survoy of the work ho expects
to enrry on during tho coming year
with tho co-oporatlon of the Crook
Tho children from tho Falrvlow,
Tunialo and I'lnuhurst Bchools nil ut
tonded tho Institute. As a number
of tho school girls showed Interost In
tha subject un offort may bo nindo to
organize canning clubs.
A short business meeting of tho
AV. S. L. Club wns hold Thursday of
temoou. A mugnzlno exchnngo was
lnnugurntod with Mrs. Ada Lund
burg oniioluted llbrarlun.
A mooting of tho stockholders of
tho farmers nnd Merchants lolo
))hono compnnv wns held Snturday
nftornoon. Messrs. Elllngor and Mil
ler of Redmond were In nttendnnco.
A plnn Is being mndo to consolidate
the Hovornl rurmers telephono lines
in Crook county.
Miss Molly Nlchol. Mrs. .1. AV. Sny
dor, Mrs. II. C. Cody, Mrs. T. 0.
Becker and "Uncle" Frank Nlchol
Hpont W'ndnoKdny nt tho J. N. II.
Miss Turloy. Prof. I.nrson nnd
Prof. Lovott woro luncheon guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Mock on Tuosday.
Special service will bo hold In
the church on Tuesdny In honor of
WrshlngtoirH blrthdny. MomberH of
tlio congregation nro plnnulug n ban
ket dinner lo lio given In the hull at
Mrs. R. V. Flleklngor, Mrs. J. V.
Knydor. Mrs. C. .1. Mock. Mrs. II. C.
Cody. Mrs.-Mlldrod Tnylor. Mrs. T.
(1. llerker, Mr. Agnes llnbbltt nnd
Miss Mnrgiintt Mock spent Frldnv nf
tornoon nt tlio homo of Mrs. C. P.
Htnto Engineer I.owls and John Dti
Iluls or HiiIiiiii spent Friday hero on
IiuhIiihw connoftod with tho Tumnlo
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Conn, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hob Sturgeon nnd Mrs. J. V.
Snydor snout Sundny nrtnrnonn t
thH homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V.
.Mrs. Agues llabbltt and daughter
nnd W. N. Ray were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. .1. Mock on Sunday.
Miss Ettn James left Monday ulgiit
for Coiiiilllo, Coos county, whoro sho
was milled ru account or tlio Illness
or her mother During her absence
her clnssiw will ho tnught by Miss
Pcyno or Prlnevlllo. Miss Roso Lll
Ho will ' ns prlnclpnl.
Mr. nnil Mis. Fred X. Wallnco on
oitnlneil John II. Lewis nt lunch on
Friday. Mr DiiHiiIh has been vis
iting thorn during his few dny'u stny
.Mr. nnd Mrs. N. (J. Wnllnco cmnn
over from Prlnovlllo S'ludnv to siionil
the lav with Mr. and Mr. C. P. Puck
er. Thov brought little Elmorlne
Mr. nnil Mm. Hlnko Hooker spout
the woek end with tho Paytons.
The Missen Howoll mid llnrry Mc
(lulro Hput Saturday evening nt tho
A dealrnble btead knife freo with
ovory Kiiuunl subscription to Tho
fSriedn' to Tho Hullotln.)
LOBT CltKKK. Fob. 11--Wo mndo
n mistake in last woek' Items. Jim
Snlth wUHml for Hend mid got n
fur as llHBtletnnie but owing to the
licnii snow ho was forced to roturn
.lamas MeKwan. Howard Folker
aon, and Edgar Llvawv took their
hnrttts over to the Wn.lt nr ratieli
whurH they will have thorn kept the
rust of th winter.
Tom lliittuu urn! Iirlilo passed
throuah tha vally on thwlr way to
their boniH at Kail. While. In th
vatlny tluy Hero Kiiosts at tho Stuuf
Lloyd Forhea t nipped n wild cat
ttm firn unit of tlm weok.
Mrs. HulsHlii nnd Mr. Host vlslt
od lliH school last WmlnesdHy.
Tlm ehlnook wind haa hen n vory
weleouiH visitor In our valley for ev
eral dayu past and wo aro in hopes
It will stay a few days longer.
A dpslrnhlo broad knlfa fro with
every annual mibverlpllon to The
mnerUl Tlm Hullotln.)
HAMILTON Ul'TTIC. Fob. 9. Crls
Mniier vlalliul with (lo. (ielaor of
Ur ljk aevernl days this woek.
MoMra. Dsunlng and Salsiiian. who
ware snow bound ut HrooklnuH for n
week, minted for (lend on Monday
morning with tholr onrs.
(1. A. Johnson hns B"o out to
Hornre Hrooklngs took n ear out
tu lltuid Moudav mirouto to Portland
Jliniiile llrlekuv wns u visitor In
thN iielahborUond Monday.
Jim Smith of lit Creek pnssml
Sumgh lmro today on his way to
Mies Carrie Drown U stopnlng nt
the Brooking hotol this woek.
Hurl Meaks wa a Hampton visitor
Norvnl Ilrown wns up Monday nnd
made loniH purehnsus nt Brookings
J M HrPki la fowling his stock
at the Frame rmi'li uoar lUmpten.
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
(Special to Tho nullctln)
HAMPTON Iil'TTE, Fob. 1G Mrs.
Rooks, of Pleasant valley, was up
last week for supplies from Hrooklng
Mr. King of Profilers passed
through here Monday on his way to
visit his father who lives near Gap
C. J. Stauffer of Stauffer was a
visitor at tho Hrlckey ranch on last
Roy Fouts was a visitor In this vi
cinity InBt Tuesday.
Horace Hrooklngs, who underwent
an operation In liend last week, ex
pects to return soon.
Chos. Royor of Rivers is a guest at
the Meoks home Wednesday.
Norval llruwn was a business vis
itor onu day this week.
The paBt few day's sunshine and
warm weather has melted most of the
snow which Is appreciated by the
A destrablo broad knlfo free with
ovory annual subscription to The
(Special to Tho Hulletln)
PLAIVIEW. Feb. 20 The literary
tho 10th was well attended and the
question of jiroparodness scttlod In
Tho formers nro very busy prepar
ing ground for spring crops, tail
sown grain is in good condition.
E. W. Olllott is in tho Yakima
country on buslnoss this week.
Snturday evening tho Plninvlow
Improvement Club will glvo a pro
gram and supper tit tho Plninvlow
school house. Evorybody Is Invited.
On Wednesday or this week, A. E.
Lovott nnd R. A. Ward will at 2
o'clock address the citizens or this
vicinity on general farm topics. A
good nttemlanco Is expected.
Miss Rachel Knickerbocker Iris
been on the sick list for tho past
week, hut Is much bottor nnd will ro
tum to Ilond high this weok.
MIbs E. M. Gibson visited homo
folks Saturday nnd Sunday.
Henry Pnr.son's son nnd daughter
of Redmond, visited Edgar Parsons
of this vicinity Sunday.
I. O. McKlunoy, who has been in
Washington on business, tottirncd to
his homo the lust of the woek.
Guy McCnlllster lost somo chick
mis by poisoned grain.
All utock has wintered well in this
vicinity and farmers nro feollng lino
over prospects for a good crop .his
yonr as a largo acreage has beon put
In than iiHiinl and In much bettor
Tho Snow Creek Irr'lgntlon Co. will
hold Its nnnual meeting Saturdny,
tho 2Gth, at tho Plninvlow school
J. AV, Gibson hns boen on tho sick
list tho past weok.
liny Is scarce nnd pretty high this
(Snoclnl to Tho Hullotln)
GLASS 11UTTE, Fob. 19. Fred
Donovan af Honjiunln Lnko has been
In this vicinity for tho past weok,
Robort Whltofildo of Surprlso val
loy has been helping J. II. Hasch
movo u houso from Chicago vnllov.
J. 11. Homier mndo u trip to Chi
cago volley Weduosdny.
Robert McLouth was over from
Mfe lost week and sold IiIb pnrontH
expect to movo homo soon.
II. T. Knsspohl of Chicago valley
bna linivoil nn tu litu ItfitnnHtftrwt ntnl
exnectH to leovo In tho near future, i
V. I). Harris mode proof on his
homestead o few dns ag . I
Blneu the snow Is n'lout gono peo-
R. CENTRAL OREGON
Tho tlmo for spring plnlitlng la nnnr nt hand. Ilnvo you con
rblered tho variolic of seod you will u iw this spring- Tho Hend
Flour Mill Company has mndo a careful Investigation Into the most
favorable kind or reed ror spring sowing, which you will find below.
It la thoroughly cleaned nnd of tho bU'liost quality for sowing.
DON'T lot your crocer talk you Into buying outsldo Inferior
Hour. Evory snek of Hour ninnufncturod by tho Bond Flour Mill
Company la milled from tho highest eVado Central Oregon wheat.
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED. If not satisfied your money refunded.
INVESTIGATE. THE APEX LAND PLASTER.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J. KROENERT, '
pie nro reporting finding dead rob-
bite in large numbers.
P. Doncer. the Stauffer mall car
rier. Is making his scheduled trips
Tho farmers of this vicinity nre
preparing Tor spring work.
(Special to The Hutlettn).
MILLICAX. Feb. 21. A large
crowd enjoyed the dance given at
tho homo or Mr. nnd Mrs. P. P.. John
son Saturday night. At midnight a
two course luncheon was served to
tho following guests: Messrs. and
Mesdames John Holland, narnev
Conoway, A. D. Norton, L. H.
Sohmorl. A. L. Henkle, Egbert D--er,
Geo. Powers, It. It. Keller, J. L
Cllngan and Cliff Evans, the Misses
Selma Hraun, Altn Cllngan, Opil
Conoway, Coral Hates. Melbn Henkle.
and Messrs. Horace White1, Eric His
teland, Lewis Hall, Wra. Spencer and
Clifton and Thomas Ream.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mnokoy were
Hend visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Powers returned Monday
from Hend whero she spent the past
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Roberts
and Mrs. Wm. Hates nnd daughter
Coral or Hend were weok end visitors
Frank Spencer Is the proud pos
sessor of a now Ford car.
Mrs. Oaks returned to the home
stead Monday nfter having spent n
weok In Hend visiting Mr. Oaks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Smith have
returned to Pino Mountain ranger
Btatlon nfter a month's stay In Uend.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifton Mnckey en
tertnlnod the following sucsts Sun
dny; Mr. nnd Mrs. Arch Popin, Mr
WHY IKE BEST
OF CHEWS IS
Its Rich, Sweet, Mellow Flavor Has
Deen Famous for a
MADE OF CHOICEST RED BURLEY
The secret of tobacco satisfaction is
known only to the man who chews
plug tobacco. The reason is that a
good chew gets right next to your
taste, while the leaf in plug tobacco is
in a state of fresh, juicy richness that
is not possible in any other form of to
bacco. There's no tobacco in the world that
ca"n c'vc you the hearty, wholesome
flavor that you get from a delicious
chew of Spear Head.
Spear Head is made exclusively of
rine. red Kentucky Burley the most
richly-flavored chewing tobacco that i
crows. Still more, only the very chole- '
est red Hurley leaf is used for Spear
Tiiis choice leaf is selected with the
most painstaking care, is stemmed by
hand, is thoroughly washed free of all
foreign matter, and is prcst:d into
Spear Head plugs so slowly that not a
drop of juice or an atom of the nat- j
ural flavor escapes. i
Try Spear Head, and youMl get a '
sweet, mellow, luscious, satisfying chew
that cannot be obtained in any other
tobacco. In 10c cuts, wrapped in wax
EARLY SPRING ItYE
UTAH SPR1NO UYE
and Mrs. A.
0. Allen and
Miss Emma Roberts was
Ernest Dyer and L. R. Roone-y
' hauled wood for Barney Conoway
the first of tho week.
Howard F. Dyer visited his son
Denzll Dyer In east Mllllcan Wednes
day. Railroad surveyors have been
working In Mllllcan valley the past
Frank Hurwitz hauled out mer
chandise for P. H. Johnson last week.
Horace White of Hend is visiting
Mllllcan friends for a few days.
Vernon Clevenger and Mr. Powers
were In Bend last of the week.
Mrs. Louis Gloss Is expected out
to the Gless homestead the first of
Abe Evans nnd family were Bond
visitors Saturday. i
Mrs. Barney Conoway was n visitor
att the Hraun homo Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. H. Schmorl were
visitors In east Mllllcan Wednesday.
Wm. Todd wns n business visitor
at Goodmnn's Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Powers nnd Miss Selmn
Hraun visited Mrs. A. D. Norton on
Among those who visited school
tho past week are Selmn Brnun, II.
F. Dyer and Glen Mnckey.
fSnorlal o The Hulletln)
POWELL BUTTE, Fob. 21. Geo.
Morgan returned from the Ochoco
mines on Tuesday of lr.st week after
an absence cf two months.
Mrs. Enrl Saunders nnd children,
Mrs. Grndv nnd Mrs. Saunders. Jr.,
spent Wednesday with Mrs. J. E.
On Tuesday of last week MrB. Ros3
Hussett entertained nt dinner Mrs.
Wnlter Foster and son, Mrs. Joo
Shearor nnd daughter nnd Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. H. Bnyn enmo out
from Deschutes tho first of last week
to remnln for sovernl dnvs visiting
M-. and Mrs. A. AV. Bayn nnd frlcnd3.
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
AVo can wave you money.
P. B. Johnson's
.Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
kef? & ':- ;iJaQafcM ?s-..k m t-r-;i.
Tho fnrmors havo been enjoying
several dnys of spring weathor nnd
several are plowing nnd sowing rye.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bussott nnd
Lloyd Hussett nttended tho high
school ontertnlnment In Prlnevlllo on
Mrs. N. P. Alley served dinner to
tho road crow, Allen Wlllcoxon, C.
C. Montgomery, Fred Brown nnd N.
P. Alley on Wednesday.
George Hnlley from tho Ochoco
mines Is visiting at tho Georgo Hobbs
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reaves Wlllcoxon
visited In Prlnovlllo on Thursday.
George Hobbs and Dowey Johnson
went to Hend on Wednesday, return
J. F. Rico mado o business trip to
Prlnevlllo the first of last weok.
Miss Iversrti w'10 "nB ',Pcn visiting
her brother E. L. Ivorson loft for her
homo In Washington last Thursday.
Guy Sears purchnsed Bomo thor
ough bred Poland Chlnn hogs nt the
McCnll ranch Inst week.
Mrs. Ida Morse visited hor daugh
ter Miss Ada In Redmond sovcral
days last week.
J. A. Rlggs. Mrs. F. B. Bayn and
Mrs. A. W. Bnyn mnde n trip to
Prlnevlllo on Friday ovening. Miss
Hnzel Bayn nccompnnlod them on
their roturn to Bpond tho week end
Miss Helen O'Nell spent Saturday
evening and Sunday nt tho Allen
Mrs. Alma Hall went to Redmond
on Saturday evening to visit soveral
days with MIbs Ada Morso nnd at
tend evangelistic meotlngs.
E. A. Bussott visited his fnmllv In
Prlnovlllo on Sunday. Grandma
Brown returned with him after a
several weokB visit with Mrs. E. A.
Tho Powell Butto Sorcsls mot with
Mrs, Allen Wlllcoxon on Friday for
nn all day meeting. .Alias Turloy. of
tho O. A. C, demonBtrntcd tho fire
less cooker nnd gnvo Interesting tnlks
on other subjects. Besides 17 club
numbers thoso presont wcro Mes
dames J. Shearer, Wm. Wilson, Geo.
.Wolls F. B. Bnyn, Geo. Havens, R.
Just Mump this deep on jour memory tablet iv
rcmmI quality of urocerles nt n low price combined with
fjood i.erlco mokes posy buying when you buy your kto
torlcs from us. You con do so Knowing that wo have tlio
Itooris ami that tho piicos nro light down to luinl pun In
fact under today' mailcct Icud, to an extraordinary
PARK, FROM EAST SIDE OF DESCHUTES
On the River Front
Pleasant Location and Building Restrictions
which insure only high class development.
For Prices and Terms address Pinelyn
Park Co., Box 1 1 5.
L. Mooro nnd Miss Montgomery.
A commltteo meotlng wns hold at
tho homo of Guy Searo on Tuesday
ovening of last woek to decldo on tho
plans for tho community hall.
Mrs. A. W. Bayn nnd Mrs. F. u,
Bayn were dlnnor guosts nt tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. A'atcs on
Geo. Hobbs has contracted for tho
clearing of 80 ncrca for Dr. Mnnn of
(Continued on pago 11.)
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listing the finest
Sf&l GAKUfcN SttD,
Perennial Plants and
the belt of everything
lor Home gardens
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