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CENTRAL OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. t
A REAL uliAHD.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
TUMALO, April 24. Only n fow
luomhors were present at tho monthly
inuotiiiK of tlio V. S. L. Club on FM-
llay. After tlio routine business Mrs.
Arthur Dickenson nntl Mrs. Albert
, Hnrpor each read Interesting pupera.
The numtbly meeting or tho Tllll-
um lltornry Club bus been postponed
until April 23th. Mrs. Coon, Mrs.
Snyder and Mrs. C'r.dy will entertain
the members lit the former's Home
Wllmu Clork, tho llttlo live year
did dnimttor of Mr. nnd Mrs. . I)
Clark, died on Friday tuomlng of
dropsy Funeral eorvtcos were con
ducted by. Itrv. Keagy nt tho church
on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock,
interment followed nt the I. O. O. i
S. I). Coon, (i brother of J. J. Coos,
nrrlvod here unexpectedly Thursday
nftornoou to lsit Mr. and Mrs. J. .1.
' Coen for n few days. Mr. Coen in n
traveling salesman for the (Joodrlch
Rubber Co.. with his lieaduuartora at
S3r.lt Lake City.
A iiiiiiihervif tho Fnlrvlow ladles
tendered Mrs. J. A. Thompnun n sur
prlso on W'odnoidny morning when
thoy gnthorod nt "Whlterock" to en
joy their Mrot picnic of tho season.
Those present were Mrs. Allien Har
per, Mrs. Tom llorr. Mrs. J. T. Park,
Mr3. O. II. Norcott. Mrs. J. X. U.
(ierklng, Mis. F. K. Dayton, Mrs. Gus
V.omke and Mrs. J. A. Marsh.
Charles Keller, from linker City,
nrrived Thursday evening to spend a
few days with his boyhood friend, 0.
.1. Mock. Thoy have not seen eaoh
other sluco Mr, Keller loft their old
Kentucky homo tlilrtv years ago.
J. C. Tullnr. 8. li Coen, J. .1. Coon,
and Mr. Cnro spent Sunday on the
Miss Dlotrlch of Terrebonne will
lentil tho remainder of tho term at
the Sttiiuviddo school.
Funeral services over tho ronmlm
of .Mrs. Hannah Anderson were held
nt her win's home near Cllne Untie
nil Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Xorentt made
B liiialliewM Itip to lldiul M'Mldnv.
Ray Ucrklng went to I'rlnevlllo on
Haturriai and remnlueil over Sunday
Tor th Itili game.
Mrs. Ke)(s, Mrs. Brooks mid Mrs.
Kerr oil of llond culled at tho Moi'k
hurtm Monditv afternoon.
Mr. and Mm. John Stiles ntul Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. Dickinson went to tho
movie at llend Sunday night to sou
.Mnlen Coen has been employed bv
the executive romuilttee of tlie Stock
men's Association as range rider for
tin aummr Stock Is now- being do
llvurud to him at Hull Creek.
Win. and Frank Spencer, Hen Oood- Mr. Amnion of Matirey Mounta'n ward this community bv nsklnir tnr
Wan, Hooper and Id nest nnd Elm r, was n Hamilton calolr Wednesday. 100 tickets which thev hnif If ,ii.
Dyer, Chester Smith and Hairy Mor-j A. Couch is working for Fish ir pose of within the next ow dnvs
Enrl Powers Is plowing for Ralph
Wm. Hahu paid a business call at
the homo of Leo Tatischer.
Mrs. Mary Rosens will return to
Mllllcan May 1st.
Leo Tatischer was a caller at the
John Holland home Friday.
! Miss Darlo Iturton spent Wcdnes-
uu; null .UIB ,lliei V Ogg,
A desirable bread knlfo free with
every nnnunl subscription to The
A desirable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The1
fSpccIa'. to The Iliillotln.)
IMXL'HCRST. April 2 I. Fred
Wallnce, Harry McGuIre, Ted Deckir
and I'M Deon have been working on
the ditch the past week.
Willi m Clark, who has been 111 for
some time with dropsy, died Friday
morning. Tho funeral was held nt
Misses Xetln, Nellie and I.uclle
Howell, Mr McOuIro nnd Mr. Gorg
ing spent Saturday evening at the
Styles home In Titmnlo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Spaugh and
children and Miss Homtvedt were
fishing on tho Deschutes rlvor Sun
day. I.oyd Hoot. Heglnald Havlcv. Basil
Ilayloy, William Hoot and Wnverly
Ilnyley went for a picnic on the Tiim
nlo Easter Sunday.
Oladys and Myrtle Spaugh spent
Saturday with Hesslo Snyder.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Swisher nnd children
nnd Ethel and Ivy Snyder mndo n trip
to tho Dull Creek Springs Sunday nf
tornoon. .Mrs. O. W. Snydor innde a trip to
Mrs. I.. II. Hoot visited tho school
Ivy Snyder spent Sunday night
with Huth Ilnyley.
Mr. nnd Mrs. linns Johnson and
Mr. ntul Mrs. Anderson made a trip
to the reservoir Siimlav In their ch".
Hugh Dauforth nnd Miss Xolllo
Howell spent Thurmluy fishing on
A doHlrablc bread knlfo free with
Qvory tiiiuiinl subscription to Tho
In order to aid the fnrmor tho
Ilend Flour Mill Co. lms tills year oh
tallied Apex Lnid Plniter, a scien
tific fortlllxer. Adv.
(Special lo Tho Iliillotln)
MII.LICAN. April Ul.-Frank Spon
sor oniim nut to his huiuoHtoiiit Wed
needs.)' from ChohalK Washington,
lie. wns accompaireil by U mother
mid slator, who will make a short
Mrs. Ralph l'epln returned last
week from Vlllimnl vnlley where
hs sitmt several months.
I n Norton Med A. I.. Ilenhlo lo't
for Hand laat week, where they hnvn
rceptofl ikimIIIoum with the Itruukt
rirnnlou I umber Cn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1- Goodman spcM
Matter holiday at the Frank llur
MIm 0l Cunowny and Mis. Kn
lieri Dvr kimmii Saturday with Mis.
U P. Ituouey.
Mr. ntul Mr. A. 1). Norton had ex
their Hutirtay dinner wiest. Mr. ami ,
Airs. A. I.. llt'UKle huh cniiiireii tin i
Mr. P. II. .lohnaon nnd childre i
Mr. 1 P. Iloonev spent last We I
neaday aa the sueat of Mrs. (loom
A five lumilratl iVarly was given nt
the hoiiie of Win. Ilnltn on SaturdH .
Tbe ajueata were: Mr. and Mrs. John
It Hand, Mra. A. h. Ileukle. Wm
8uener. Mia. I.eo. Kidler. I. en Tiiuh
eher. Mia. l.otia Schinoii. Mrs Ge
I'owera. Kail Powers. I.otils Hull mil
Wm. Ilea n Is putting In the
spring rrop al Ihu MeAdow nlwce.
ifUa npal lloiiuway spent Wednes
day at tho Km ton home.
Fred Klger, who was expected
'otiicti to MIII'chii this month, lm
ileldei to remain ut Corvulll where
be Is employed.
Geo, llrvnnt of Bond Is eloarliig
land for Mrs. William.
I.. II. (Hit Hiid I.. P. Iloonev canto
nut fiom Ilend Snttirduy evening, re
Mr. JliiolilntoHh, ti sheepman from
MohiI, was Been In Mllllcan last Siri
Hav. Tho rallioHil surveyors have re
turned lo Mllllcan valle. Thev are
-I'vevliiif noar the John Holland
homestead. . .
I I.. Owou has taken over Mrs. i
WPUain'a cows for the Ktiiuuier
lilmer and Hgbert Over tire dU-
lliil h well oil tho former's homo.
toad. , ,
Mrs. I,, II. GUws has returned lo
r homuetiwd after u short stay in
Head. . . .
Mr. and Mra. Itoberts motored
iut fiom Hend to tholr homestead on
Tho Mt. Pine Hoontora gave tholr
unul lSwalor picnic on Juniper
HIiIbo. The weather was ldol nnd
nil had n Jollv good time There wos
mi Mliuudiiuro of good things to eat
nod eoryone's Hmietlto was ouiial to
the nooMlon. Those present wer"
Aleaars. and Mesdnmes llnllatid.
Kvaua. Sehmorl. Smith. Over. Good
"h llurwlti. Gless. Hoonev. Then
MoMliuntM. Ilouklo. I.eo Keller, It
. Ktdler. P. H. JohiiHon. Ada it
Mllllcan. Geo. Powers, llov Hnklll.
KM Sponrer. Tho Misses Opal Cono
wav. Mellm Henkle. llemi Powe -a.
Carrol Hnklll. Haael nnd Gladys Nor
ton. Mar" Holland. Messrs. Louis
Hall. i. 'llnatoliind. H. Hunter. ':
l'oors. Win. Hnhn, Loo. TiuiBchor,
(Spoclnl to The Iliillotln.)
HAMPTON, April 20. Miss Flor
ence Hunting spent Ust week with
MIho Dnrle llurton.
Dave SpuTbeck returned to Ills
W. T. Iliirrison sold his team to A.
Aliuu while In Mend Inn week.
I.. A. Hunting Is transacting bus
luoss In Ilend.
Mra. K. M. Peck Ib reported on the
MIsbcs Elhol Fogg nntl Lorn Crow
visited Monday night with Miss Darle
Sir. and Mrs. C. II. Ilnrmon re
turned from Head Thursday.
('. A. lluriis went to Ilend Satur
day. It. Ha voninu la (pilto nick.
Lorn Crow nnd Darle llurton culld
on Mrs. II. Ilogtie Sn'.tirdu).
C. II. Htirmoii spout Sunday nt L.
Ilurr lllnrk nnd 10. M. Peck attirtod
for Hend Tuesday morning.
M. L. Crow Is 'n Hend this week.
Quito u number attended church
at A. S. Foggs Tuesday night, Key.
I.nre, of Redmond, preaching.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McCoy of Warm
Springs were In I Inn ptmi Tuosdny.
Lee Kings Is pulling sit go brush
for It. Iliivetiiau tills week.
Mr. nnd .Mis. Parrlsh wni trans
ecting business In Hampton Wednesday.
(Special to Tho nulletinj
IIA.MPTOX 11UTTE, April 18.
JIlss Allco Brookings nnd Mrs, Grace
llnsslcr of Stnuffor wero guests f
.Mrs. Horace Brookings last Friday.
Jlmmlo Ilrlckoy autoed to Busk
M. X. Brown nnd dnughtcrs, Car
rlo and Maud, have returned to their
homo In Pleasant vnlloy after spend
ing severnl months In Washington.
Mrs. Overnll came In from Ilend
Monday being on her way to liar
homestead nenr Stauffer.
C. Hlnmnit and family lmvo mov
ed to Buck Creek.
Mrs. V. P. Wrny returned from
Torrebonne Monday where she at
tended her mother's funeral. Her
brother, Lylo McFadden, enmo with
iter to spend severnl weeks.
Mrs. J. M. Brlckey was a business
visitor here yesterday.
Mrs. Jim Brown. Mrs. C. Hlnmnn
and Mrs. Bert Meeks visited the
Kolyat school last Thursday. Tho
pupils rendered a short program if
ter which thoy had a spelling con
test. Emery Monroe won tho first
contest and Dorothy Hlninan won tho
Bert Meeks wbb n Pleasant valley
Miss Bertha Graham closed a suc
cessful term of bcIiooI last Frlila.
Sho will teach here next winter. Last
Saturday she left for her homo 'n
Ts'orth Powder, Oregon, to spend hor
A desirable bread knlfo freo with
every n.nniinl subscription to The
(.Spoclnl to Tho Bulletin).
POWELL BUTTE. April 21 Mr.
and Mrs. Melvln Foster visited rein
liven here Tuesday nnd Wednesday of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Josso Shobert wore
dinner quests nt the Geo. Sliobt"-t
MIbsos GIndvs nnd Hazel Bain
spent Enster with tholr parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Ilnyn.
Eastor program was given nt tho
community hnll on Stindny which wan
enjoyed by the Inrgo number pteseut.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Allen Wlllcoon and
Mr. and Mrs. Hooves Wlllcoxon nnd
Earl Saundors wero entertained ut
the Commercial Club luncheon In
Bend on Saturday.
Goo. II. Hon visited Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Llvosiey In Deschutes on Satur
day. J. W. Bowmnn and son Ho I and
spent Saturday nt the ranch, return
ing to the road camp Saturday even
ing. A. W. Bayn hauled freight from
Hedinond to W. F. King & Co. of
Pllnevllle last weok.
C. C. Montgomery nnd J. W. How
mnn and sou and Geo. II. Hoe nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon spent
Sunday nt Lower Bridge.
A iiuin'ier of tho Powell Hutto far
mers wore entertained bv tho Prlne
vllie Comtunrcbil Club nu Frldnv.
Th ho representing Powell Hutto ex
tended n special Invitation to tho
Commercial Club asking for tholr
niHihtanre I-i disposing of tickets for
the rp(jtilng dance to be given In t'i
roinmunlti hull on Anrll 28. The
I club showed tholr good wishes it.
-UMuraii uwut fiowr
-rics if rvr
s arw l mmmmammMMM Jtaar
li Ji . 1 1 III b
s few 8
H iMf-.L.lf .r
FANCY PATENT I
g. bknd, oat jr
? jg? j? jg?
"Vour Grocer Han
dles this Brand Be
cause he KNOWS
( 1 ) That tho mill stands sijuaroly back of each and
overy sack produced.
(2) That people today nro demanding' more sanitary
methods In handling tahlo products, nnd that tho sack
used ns a container for Deschutes Spray Hour tills that
(:t) Thnt DasohutOH Spray Hour niakoa LIGUTLH,
(I) That Desohutoa Spray Hour makes HF.TTKU
TASTIXG llltliVD. 7,"
() Thnt tt Is mado In Uoiul from products grown1'
In Qrook and Jufferson counties.
SOLD 11V ALL GHOCHHS. THY it.
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A J KHOEXnitT.
iiir. and Mrs. Ilnnvp wiiirnvm.
moved to Bond Mm fnro i.nrt nr tilo
week whero they expect to camp for
G- "' Hoe left for his home In
t ortlnnd on Monday morning after n
couple montlvi visit with his daugh
ter Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon and fnmllv.
Misses Linn Moore and Josephine
Manreau, Otto Pauls, J. A. Hlggs an 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Shobert, Roland
Bowman. Geo. H. Roe nnd .Mr. and
"rs. Allen Wlllcoxon. Clyde Moore
and Miss Marie Woods of Cllne Falls
took In the picture show In Redmond
on Sunday evening.
. . The Powell Butte Sprosls met with
.Mrs. l. C. Chapman on Wedneidny
of last week. After n pleasant after
noon the club adjourned to meet
with Mrs. X, P. Alley on .May 1.
NORTH PORTLAND. April 24.
Tho cattlo market opened for the
weok rather slowly. Pulp fed steers
brought $9 as usual, grain fed stock
bringing from JS.4C to !. No
change in tho rate on cows and holf
crs. Bulls wero very scarce, price
remaining tho same, calves aro com
ing In very slowly. Hog receipts
wore rather light, and choice lots
woro sold nt J 9.05, boito of tho
choicest bringing $9.15. The market
closed strong. Xot cnough sheep
were received to make a market.
Lambs are still bringing top prices.
Wethers and owes nro In ureat do-
mand and very good prices aro being
received for samo,
w,. ihn Wont Sncwjtortn
rnnlanH Ever Exnericnted.
In February. 1717. occurred what IJ
considered lo have been the Rteaial
snowstorm that ever visited this coun
try or perhaps tiny other. So deep
was the fall that practically alltlirousb
tlie Xew England slates people were
barricaded In their homes, and It was
n considerable tlmo hereto that section
was opened up for tralllc.
Accompanying this snow there wero
a tenitlc tempest nnd n very low tern
peratute. It was not only In sections,
but all over the north, and nt many
places It dilftcd to the extent that It
may be said that "whole vlllnscs wcto
The blizzard caused a very heavy
damage to property and especially to
live stock. Thousands of cattle perill
ed throughout the country because
their owners were unable to go to their
assistance, and ninny remarkable In
stances were l elated of rescue. On
one Xew England sheep farm It Is paid
that 1.100 sheep, the property of ono
mnn, were found dead, and one (lock
of n hundred, on Fisher's lilnnd. wero
found burled sixteen feet In Hip i""v.
Two of them only were iillvc. they hav
ing subsisted on the wool of their com
panions for twenty-eight days uflcr tho
toim. Philadelphia Press.
hE OLO TIME
The Most Popular Chew for a
Third of a Century
In tht Making.,
"I'll have you understand, sir." Mid
the bustling little chap, "thnt I mn "
self made man."
"All right, old man." said Jigger
"Xow. run nlong home nnd fiulli up
tho Job. nnd then I'll talk to yoti."-St.
PHEVILLEMEET IN 1Y
Eighth N Set for Xet Joint Gather.
Ing of tiub-4,
(Crook County Journal.)
Monday, May S, Is tho dato set for
tho meeting of business men from
Redmond, Bend nnd Prlticvlllo in this
city. This meeting, which will bo af
ter tho plan of the Hednnnd meeting
will bo for the purposo of furthering
the work outlined nt the former itii.
orlng, thnt of co-oporotlon In nil mat-
lero timt nro for the common good of
tho communities, nnd promote n spir
it of harmony instead of tho opposite
The affair Is In tho hands of tho
Prlnovlllo Commercial Cittb. who
will make nil arrangements nnd net
as host to tho visitors. Committees
wero appointed nt tho Frldnv lunch
eon nnd they will linvo nil tho mat
ters nrrnnge'd by tho dato mentlonod
"Xow. boys." said the teacher of the
Junior tias In history, "cnti any of
you tell mo how Cicopntra died?"
"Yes, ma'am. I can." replied the
small urchin at the foot of Hie cin.
"Sho bit herself with a snake." Kan
sas City Star.
The Other Way About.
"Wonder how old Itoxlelgh came to
select Mich n young wife?"
"He didn't. She selected him." II03.
A lover Is neither a relation nor a
stranger, but he may end in iielug el-then-Hardy.
Dog Carts In Holland.
Residents of Bitinelmtcii. Holland,
make iho of the little i-artx drnwn by
dog, whl'ii are to be -con In very
many parts of the Xethciland. and
have 11 line breed of lull, yellow,
smooth haired dogs, which thoy some
times hnrtiens llirco iibrcnut.
Soo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
PURE, RICH, FRUITY-SWEET
The man who chews gets by far ths
most wholesome enjoyment and satis
faction out of tobacco, especially If he
chews plug tobacco. The rich juices
of the leaf are retained in good
plugs better than in any other form.
For more than a generation Spear
Head has held first place as the favor- J
ite high-grade plug chewing tobacco.
This unique distinction is due solely
to the wonderful puality and flavor of
Spear Head the richest, mellowest,
tastiest chew in the whole world.
Spear Head is the choicest of all
red Burlcy, hand-stemmed and made
into mellow-sweet plugs in a perfectly
clean, most sanitary factory.
You can't chew the flavor out oE
Spear Head, because it's a part of the
tobacco. That rich, ripe, red Burley
taste keeps on pleasing you as long
as you keep on chewing.
Chew Spear Head and you'll be
chewing the purc:t and most satisfying
tobacco that it's possible to make. In
10c cuts, wrapped in wax paper.
Tnkcn With Croup.
"A fow nights ngo ono of my pat
rons has n child taken with croup,"
writes M. T. Davts, merchant. Bears
vllle, W. Vn. "About midnight he
came to my store and bought n hot-
tlo of Foley's Honey and Tnr Com
pound. Uoforo morning tho child
wps entirely recovered." Many Buch
Inters have boen written. Sold Every
Anil Imctlgnlo our prlccij
before buying jour groceries.)
We can iivi jou money.
Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
BEND WHITE PINE SASH CO.
lJUrE are now prepared
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.
PROMPT DELIVERY, Phone for further information
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
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