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TUB HK.f nflJiETiy, IlKXf), OltB., WEDNESDAY, AI'ItlTj 10, 1010.
(Spcclnl to Tho Bulletin)
TUMAI.O, Apr'l 17. A good sized
crowd attended tho druce Riven Fri
lr.y night hy tho Wwt Sldo Agricul
tural Association for the benefit of
the hall. A committee of flvo club
ineinlitTH served suppor and a neat
sum was realized. Mrs. J. .1. Coon,
Mrs. II. C. Cfldy, Mrs. Olnf Anderson,
Mrs. Jllnke Heritor and Mrs. C. I'.
Ilfckor, tho coinnilttee, woro nnHlHtoil
In the work of norvlng hy Mrs. Tullar
mid Mrs, Case.
.Mrs. J. W. Snyder returned homo
Saturday after spending a week n
Jlund visiting Mm. Thorsen.
.Miss Etta .lames und Miss Hoso
l.llllo sppiil .Saturday in liend alien Jv
lug teacher's 'nstltuto.
Air. iiml Mrs. A. O. Walker nnd
children of Alfalfa spent Sunday lit
I ho Sn.vdor-Cndy homo.
Miss l.onoro Mock, who retunu'd
recently from I'ortlund, has nccepted
u position with thu llend Water Light
nnd Power Co.
Miss Nltti llownll, Miss Nell How
nll, Hnrry McGulru rnd Hugh Dan
ford went up to Iluiul Saturday night
In tho Coen car.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Decker wont
over to Prlnevllle on Saturday to ho
XOMO several days.
Special services for Pnlm Sunday
vr.rc observed In tho church yester
day. School district 10 hns hired Mhs
Florence Morrill or Prlucvillo to
loach next year.
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Hooker, Mrs.
Mildred Taylor and llert Miller wont
to Redmond Wednesday nftornoon.
Albert Dsnopon or S-nltle crnio In
Wednesday to llvo on his 10 ncro
tract adjoining tin' Marsh ranch.
Mrs. Howard was a dinner guest of
Mrs. Dorking on Wednesday.
Albert lliirpor. .1. A. Mnrsh and
Mr. Sroggln were business visitors In
Hny llrown. P. N. Wallace, John
Stiles, Thud CnnotliorH nnd Bil Dmin
were doing work on tho Irrigation
ditches the past week.
Mr. and Mis. W. I). Clark nnd two
children left for Tho Dulled Momlnv
inornlng wboro Wilinn will be given
Tho baseball gsme Sunday i rier
lii on between Sinters nnd Tuimilo re
united In k victory for the homo
tonni, the score being I to "..
A number of tho rariuors htivo
l,e3ii busy hauling luud plaster from
llend Iho putt week.
A desirable broad knife freo with
ovory nnnunl subscription to Tho
(Special to Tho P.ulletln.1
(JI.OVHUD.U.H. April l".--Tho-o
wn n meeting or stock raisers In
SIiIoib Snturdnv which waB nttendeil
bv ii laigu' crowd Interested In thu
The young people or Clovenlalo
r.nd u number from Sillers nttenilud
the b."ll Kiinin nt Tiininlri Sunilny. '
Mr. UlvetlH mntln a trip to llond on
Tunsthiy. inturnliig Wednesday.
Demi Cvrtm of llnystrek country
veiled his stitor. Mrs. Ceo. Altken
As Mr. Kellv was lending goods on
H wagon near lili iloor Huntley, Henn,
his little girl, roll from tho wiigoii
win! broke her arm.
Mr. anil Mrs. Nap, Mr. Mills nml
Ml ah (IHinoii were guests of tho Ed
Robert HiiiIMi. for niniiv venrs n
HHiiural sloio keener of Sisters, litis
wild out lo pnrMea rrom llcponer.
Mr. Smith and family will louvo by
tho llrst or Mnv.
Mr. Rlvelts lias decided to have a
enlo ns ho has routed bin fnrni.
Tlioio wns a phono iiie(tlug on
Thursdii''. The grievance of the now
project Is tho price of talking to
llend over the proposed line.
E. I, Wnldron iiiaile a IiubIihm
tiln lo Redmond Thursday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Vim Mntro und fam
ily were dinner guest nt Wuhlron'M
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnril were gnosis
nt the Miller homo Sunday.
Mr. While, a triiollng evangollst,
held week cud meet lugs In Clover
dule with fnlr nttenilance. lie goes
lo Sister tntliiv.
Mr. Wade of .Lower Desert wns In
Clovenlalo Friday for u load of seed
Mr. Ray und Mr. Dnnuy from tho
MrCnll ranch wmo In Clovordalo on
W. 1) Church of Wnlbi Walla and
II. II. MoMlukto of Redmond, sto-i-jud
hero for a few hours while on
Ihelr wm' lo Sisters Snturdnv.
Mrs. Toniptoton' Is spending a few
days In Slslers at the home of her
dauBhler. Mrs. Spuo.
, A number or llshlug p.irtlos pussed
through Sinters Sunday.
A desirable broml knife freo with
ovory nnninil subscription to Tho
(Special to Tho niiltetln),
lMXKHlHltiT. April IT MIh-
ii.wiivu.li Ml, l.uelle Howell Mild
' Violet Simunh ttnnh'd the loifche.s
iMlltutw In Menu niiiriiu.
Hugh Danforth or 8sikiuii U MU
tu ir i thu I low all hoillii.
MlM Carol D)ton punt the week
in. I with Mini Ruth llavley
Jew Hurler of Tuinulo piistod
through till neighborhood last Krl-
.Mr. und Mm. I.. II. Root made n
trio to mul on Frldn.
Horace Root entered school Mon
dny. inakliiK uuvnlhiioiit of i;
i I Piin look the MlMtHi llowoU,
Harry McOulre nnd Hugh Dnnfonlj
tu llond Mntiinliiy nigui in in cur
Ivy Mnyilnr Is Bpondlng tho week
wiili linr lrtlnr. Nellie. In llend
r 11 HikiiiuIi went to llend on
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
visiting friends In this vicinity.
Mrs. Snyder was a llend visitor one
dr.y Inst week.
Sovernl people of this vicinity at
tended the ball game In Tumnlo on
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. .Spaugh and
family took In the movies In llend
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark expect to leave
for Tho Dalles with their daughter
In order to aid tho farmer tho
Bond Flour Mill Co. has this year ob
tained Apnx I.r-nd Plaster, a scien
tific fertilizer. Adv.
(Special to Tho nutletln.)
LOST CHEEK. April 12. Mrs. C.
C. Ithodes has gone to llend where
she oxpects to ho employed for sev
Movd Mercer wns n business vis
itor at lluck Creok during the past
Itocce and Clarence Smith made
sonto purchnpf-B at llrunklngs store .it
Hampton Ilntte, cjiio dr.v last woek.
Miss Carrie llrown or Pleasant vnl
lev, was nn ovor n'ght guest nt the
Stnurfer home Inrt Monday night.
C. O. Ashbv linn returned to his
work nt llend nfter snondlng sevenl
davq, with h's fainllv hrc.
Mr. Ilutirelii stiont tho week end nt
Ills home near Hntupton.
Miss Alice llrnok'ngs was the wftt
of her brother nnd fntnllv at llnmp
ton Ilntte several ilnys Inst week.
Mr. nnd Mrs C. A. Dnrrah have
cone out to Portland to bo gone In
definitely. Mr. Doncor took them to
Ootid In his car.
A desirable bread knife free with
ovorv nnnunl subscription to The
(flneelnl to The rtnlletln)
VIM.tr AN. Anrll 17. A. 1",. t.o
vett nnd (iiiv K Debon. of tlodmoiiil
"ore visitors at '" lion'" f Mr. pmiI
Mrs (leorjro Mllllcnn llrst or the
Mllllcnn i-h"o report tor tnoiiih
endlnij Anrll 1 Ith: numbnr or lei
n'ls enrolled, la. n vertigo nttcndnnc",
11, enst's of tn-illiii.ti 7. nunl's nh
en nnr Inrdv iliirlnif flio inon'h nre
I'lnl Jolmsiti, .Inv r.oodmnti. WnH.ir
Keller. Melbn Ilnnkte, flmce .Tobn
i"ll. WliltT Onnilnitui, nnd Morwhi
tleukle. Joseph Ilnllnnd wns nbsent
bill o" il'iv.
If. V. Smith nnd v't'n. f'nm n
'ouitiilti rwifir tninii viited nt
Hie A'b'ii iid Kvnrm bnine Timdtl"
I,, floednmn niotit "evo'nl ilovn iif
inut weok helping Frank Hurwltz
put up renclng.
Krlc Hoi(iniiil wns n "'Hidnv dlil
IW "ili't "I Mm Heoicer orin.
Atlrs oi fviownv pf Ile'd I' "'
King nt the home or Miss Attn Clin
gim Ciii'tv ""l'Of'1 innrilpn,nt T
v. M''"rM vllled JtllMciti apbnnl on
Ttnrsdn' n,,tl nresnt"'i the toipii,ir,
He'i. Mt'i n s'"clnl cnrllllcnlo
Tbee eertinrnln ?( Im.io(1 to .1
enp'ierH only ns do stnntlnrd school
M-. Vliorl Dvni1 vIvllOl nt 'ho
I,e 1op""v lioien P'st ot t'to wk
('. I,. Fvni wex In Homl on l'Mll
llo" mivortl (' lst of the wnnlf.
Mrs J. '. rtitmnn mini-noil Vrhiiv
from llmid nHer u weir's visit with
R. R. Kollc '' ror UmiiiI Rnti.
dnv wliero lw will do c'rennler worlf.
toe KHIolt nf I'm-oll Unite six"t
..i-,.r,il iinvs first of tho woek nt tho
Mllllcnn he"n .
(lonri MMlloi't lii nnrchl'nd a
flee rniUlornil KlieUli Rlilro slnlllnn
UMurrai rnotuj ncutr
$jjf tlHD, 4. ORK ,
11 Ul . lUII C4
(I) That the mill stands siiunrcly back of each nnd
ovory nck produced.
i) Thut people todny nro demanding more sanltnrv
methods In bundling table products, and that the smk
ustitl us u container for Deschutes Spruy flour tills th.it
(II) That iwcluitiw Spmy Hour iuuUim LIGHTCR,
(I) That DaochutoA Sproy Hour mnkes llltTTLR
() That It Is inndo la Rend rrom
hi Crook mid Jnftoraon countltw.
SOLD HV AI.Ii GROCKRS. TRY IT.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A. J KROKNHRT.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gllmoro or
llend ar c expected out Saturday ror
a week end visit with Mllllcan valley
friends nnd to attend the Easter pic
Mrs, George S, Roberts loft Friday
for llend for a short visit with Mr.
Vernon Clevenger was In Hetid for
several days first or the week on bus
iness. A. K. Plvek or Vancouver, Wash.
Ington, who has been registered nt
Mt. Pino Inn tor the past ten days,
loft Monday for Hear Creek on bus-
The school picnic given by th
teacher nnd pupils last Friday," Apfll
1 Ith, wns Inrgoly attended nnd n
most enjoyable dnv was spent bv ul
present. Ilune ball, races, a big pic
nic dinner nnd n program consisting
of recitations nntl songs, wore among
the attractions or the day. Among
those who nttended beside the teach
er nnd pupils were Mr. nnd Mrs. V
R. Keller, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hol
land. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cllrf Kvnns, Mr.
nml Mrs. Levi Smith, Mr. nntl Mrs.
I.oytl Owen, .Mr. nntl Mrs. Vernon
Clevenger, Mr, nnd Mrs. P. tl. John
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Hcnkle. Mi,
nnd Mrs, Gen. Mllllcan, Mrs. Charl
otte Owen. Mrs. T.ouls Schmorl nnd
children. Mrs. I.eo Keller nnd chil
dren, Mrs. Bghort Dyer, Mrs. I.eo
Rooney, Mrs, Goorgo Powers, Mis.
tames Hetikle, nnd children. Miss
Opal Conownv, Misses Altn and Mnrv
Cllngnn, William Rahn. Leo Touch
or, Howard F. Dver, William Snencr.
Ilenj. Goodman. Krncst Dyor, Spencer
Cllngan. A. G Allen nnd IJnrle Pow
ers. All en toyed the trents or candv,
bv Mrs. Mllllcnn nnd soda wntor by
Mr. Allen and Mr. Johnson.
It. C. Harris, or llond. wns n. Mill!
can valley business visitor Wednes
dnv. C. A. Smith or llrothcrn roturnod
to Ills homo Mondny nrter n week's
visit nt the home rif Mr. nntl Mrs.
Ilnrnld K. Smith.
Louis Schmorl returned to Prlne
vllle Monthly ntter n short visit with
A tleslrnhlo hrend kuRo Tree with
every nnnunl subscription to Tho
(Speclnl to Tho nuttotini
HAMPTON !HTTTI';V April 12.
Mrs. M. W. Shennnrd. who Bpent tho
whiter In tho Wlllnniotto vnlloy. has
roturnod to hor fnrm In this vnllay.
C. Illntniui mnilo n business trip to
llentl Inst week,
Oscar llut7oln sneut Saturday and
Siiiulnv with his wife who Is on tholr
Jesse Monroo spent n fow dnys
with his fainllv.
J. M. Ilrlckoy nnd son Jlnimlo
hnuleil hny Snturtlny from tho Shop
Miss Alice II rook I tigs or Stnuffer
"intd with her brother Horace Inst
Frhtny. , .
Fred Miller Is holiilng JohrvWll
llnnis log sago brush aorornl ilnya
th law eek.
Vie Johnson, who worked In Rend
ror Revernl months, linn returned to
This vnllev wns visited by n gentle
rnln this week.
Tim school board or District No.
17 mot Inst Monday n'id hired Mls
llerlha (Irnhntu ns tonchor ror next
T. C. Kwlng hni resigned ns clork
or the scbool bonrd nntl soon oxpects
lo lenve this vnlloy to lie gnno soiuo
Mrs. V. P. Wrny wns called lo
Terrehonno by the denth of hor
mot her, Mrs, John McFnddon, who
died or henrt failure.
Gnbrlol flatontl Is bnck on tils
jz? j&r jg? jgr
Your Grocer Han
dles this Brand Be
cause he KNOWS
homesctead nttor spending tho winter
' Itoyce James went to Gap Ranch
Emll Carroz returned to work tt
Ruck Creek today.
Jesse Monroe Is on the sick list.
(Speclnl to Tho bulletin.)
POWELL HUTTK, April 17. A.
W. Rnyn had nn unpleasant exper
ience Inst week when the colt he wns
driving became rrlghtoned nnd ran
nwny, throwing Mr. Ilnjn Into tho
wire fence nnd upsetting the buggy.
Mrs. Almn Hnll came home from
the road camp on Tuesdny evening of
Inst week nnd has been suffering
from a severe cold for several dnys.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlllco.xon, Mr.
nnd Mrs. 12. N. Hall, Mrs. J. Shearer,
.Mrs. Renves Wlllcoxon. J. A. Rlggs.
Glntlys Rnyn, Mrs. Wells nnd family
represented Powell Ilntte nt tha
high school dance In Redmond Mon
Mr. Scott from Redmond. Is shingl
ing the J. F. Rico house this week.
The Sunday school Is busy prac
ticing for thu Enster service to tnko
plnco in the community hull on Eas
Mr i;u! Mrs. Ross llussct spent
MoiiMnr of last week with Mrs. Ida
Morse and family.
ProL Evans and wife of Prlnevllle
were guests at the E. F. Long homo
Mrs. Guy Sears took grandma. Senrs
to Prlnevllle on Saturday ntter sev
eral weoks visit with relatives hero.
Mrs. E. A. Ilussott and dnughtcr,
Fny, spent Sunday nt the ranch.
Mrs. E. L. Iverson nntl .Mrs. II. L.
.Moore visited nt tho Morse homo on
Elmer Covert rnd Clnudo Christ
inndo n trip to tho Tuck ranch on
Will llrown has moved to Redmond
nnd will work on the trnnsier lino
with Henry Young.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. L. W. Van Doren en
tnrtnlncd nt Sundny dlnnor Mr. J. J.
Chnpninn nnd rnmlly, Mr. Snytlor nnd
rnmlly, John Shecno and ramlly, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. F. Rico. Mrs. Adn Ren
slow, .Max Strlxnor nnd W. T. Ilen
son. Mr. nntl Mrs. Jess Shobert arc tak
ing caro or the Allen Wlllcoxon ranch
during Mrs. Wlllcoxon'H nbsencp.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Honrv Young nnd
daughter. Tholma or Redmond, vis
ited nt the E. A. Ilussott nnd Geo.
Shobert homes on Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Llndqulst entertnlno'l
Mr. nnd Mrs. Stohicup or Redmond
John-Tuck nnd J. J. Chnpninn nro
building Bomo bridges on tho Red-niond-PrlnovIlIo
rond this week.
Georgo .Morgan hnB contracted to
BEND WHITE PINE SASH CO.
Dry Factory Wood
PROMPT DELIVERY, Phone for further information
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
rarm tho north SO owned hy Wm.
The Wnrron, Dixon & McDowell
Co., of Prlnevllle bold 125 head or
beef cattle Irst week which they had
wintered nt tho Tom Huston ranch.
Peter Pauls nnd rnmlly and E. It.
Agee were guests or Mr. and .Mrs,
Wnllace Smith on Sundny.
Harry Mertz ot Tetherow Iliittes
visited at the R. L. Moore ranch nn
Tom llcnson came down trom Heir
Creek last week In order to take the
cattle owned by Mr. Sheeno back to
the range for tho summer.
J. A. Rlggs nnd Geo. II. Roe vis
ited Hend on Snturtlny.
Miss Pr.ullno Trucsdnle nttcnrisd
Institute nt Rend on Saturday
Mioses Josephine and Cecelia Man
Benu were entertained nt the Llnd
qulst hoirn on Sunday.
Tho menu commltteo for tho opei
Ing danco met with Mrs. J. F. Rico
Wm. Wflnon sold IiIb entire baud
of sheep last week, retaining this
Chnrlle Munin nnd tlyrd Fnrlclgh
of IlPtlmnnd spent Fcvornl days on
the Minna ranch Inst week doing
some work there.
C. Lelt. left for Idntio Saturday
morning where ho expects to reiunln
until nfter hervest.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wntter Lester nnd
Dick Long camped on the Mctollun
river several dnys Inst week.
The hor rd of directors of the coin
munltv hnll nnd dnnce committee inrt
with N. P Allcv on Tuesday evening
of Inst week to complete nrrntlge
inentB tor tho opening dnnce on Apill
J. A. llowninn nntl son Roland.
Geo. 11. Roe nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen
Wlllcoxon spent Sundny nt the Mo
Clyde Monro spent Sunday at Cllno
Falls visiting rrlends,
C. C. Montgomery returned to tho
rond work nenr Cllno Fnlls on Sunday
ntter spending several dnvs nt homo
nttondfng to nccessnry business.
NORTH PORTLAND. April 17.
Cattle market opened tor the week nt
n rather brisk rate. Pulp fed steers
ngnln sold nt $9, showing no chango
over last week. Tho proportion or
good steers wns liberal, the better
than $S clnss being plentiful. Cows
and hellers woro nt tho old rate.
Hulls woro not hero In liberal num
bers. Cnlves nre Bhowlng an Increase
In receipts Hog receipts woro not
liberal. IleRt prime lights worked
thomsclves to n 5c higher level, top
price holng $!).05, Market closed
strong. Hardly enough sheep ennio
forward to mnko n market. As usitnl
all primes of Inmhs nro strong,
llutchor sheop nro In excellent de
mand nnd top prices nre being renl
lzed. Sets J. Ryan & Co., for farm Innd
"nrE are now prepared
r r to supply clean, dry
factory wood to the homes
of Bend. This wood is
the trimmings from sash
and door cuttings, kiln
dried and planed. Re
quires no cutting or split
ting for household use and
will be found to be the
most desirable of all kit
chen fuels here, as it has
been proven elsewhere.
In Ha Other Way Can You Get All the
Richness and Flavor of the Leaf
"SPEAR HEAD" BEST CHEW
'Many prominent physicians declare
chewing to be the most wholesome way
of enjoyinu tobacco.
"I began chewing some years ago,
said one, "and I soon found that it u
the only way to get the benefit of all
the rich juices stored up by nature in
the tobacco leaf. I refer, of course, to
the plug form of tobacco, which is the
most natural and the cleanest form.
"Chewing good tobacco like Spear
Head makes the salivary glands more
active, which in turn has a beneficial
cfTcct on the whole system. Add to thu
the sweet, mellow, delicious flavor of a
chew of Spear Head, and you have
the highest possible degree of tobaco
-I mention Spear Head because I
have found that this brand h excep
tionally pure, being made in a fac
tory that's run strictly according to
Spear Head is made of sur.-npcnel
Burlcy. which is acknowledged to b;
the richest, mildest, finest flavored to
bacco leaf in the world. And it u
produced by the latest processes, wine'
develop the quality and luscious flavo
of the choice Durley to the supreme de
gree. W chew of Spear Head has a whole
some relish that is not found in any
other chewing tobacco. In. 10c cuti,
wrapped iu wax paper.
Taken With Croup.
"A few nights ngo ono of my pat
rons hns n child tnken with croup,"
writes M. T. Davis, merchant. Rears
vllle, W. Vii. "About midnight ho
canio to my storo nnd bought a bot
tle of Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Com
pound liorore inornlng tho child
was entirely recovered." Mnny such
'Iciters have been wiitten. Sold Every
Ami lnc.itlgute our price
before Inlying your groceries.)
We cum save you money.
Mllliran, Ore. Telephone
II. A. Nv.-vicomb or Coe. OrcKMi, !