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TUB HKXI1 lIULLCTiX, BE.M), OHE., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1010.
(Special to The Dulletln)
TUMAl.O. May 15, The Candi
dates Hall given liy the directors of
the hall last Friday night proved a
big financial success. Mrs. John Coen,
Mrs. C. P. liecker. Mrs. U. C. Cody
and Mrs. Mlnta Howard wero patron
esses. The W. S. U Club committee
Mrs. Frank Dayton, Mrs. Arthur
Dickenson, .Mrs. It. V. Fllcklnger,
Mrs. J. M. Urlftln and Mrs. Jess
Hartor served supper during tho
Tho school children will give a
play next Friday night under the di
rection of Miss Jnnios and Miss Mlllc.
The V. S. I. Club monthly meet
ing will he held next Friday after
noon. J. M. Kyle, of Fmatllla, n candi
date for Public Service Commlssloi
er, attended the candidates ball hero
Friday night and spent Saturday
morning Inspecting the project
Muriel Chho, a traveling man from
Portland, spent Saturday and Sunday
here visiting his uncle, C. II. Case.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coen and Mr.
and Mrs. Illake Mocker were dinner
XUoetH of .Veil Hay on Sunday
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plnk
HtHff. last week, a daughter.
Mrs. John Marsh was quite ser
iously III on Saturday, but Is now
Mr. and Mrs. Charles James of
Utah are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mr. n ml Mrs. Case, Mr. and Mrs.
Coen ami Muriel Cu.se tmule a trip
over the project en Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Illnki Hooker expect
lonvo this week for Detroit, Michi
gan. A desirable bread knife free with
every nnnunt subscription to Tho
(Special to The Bulletin.)
I.O.ST CREEK, May H. Mr. am".
Mis. C. J. Stauffor are the happy par
fiilc of r Jmby boy. Mother and Bon
nro dclng nicely.
Georgo Mehrnr was u recent vis
itor at l.akovlow.
Hugh O'Nell returned from tho.f if,i,.,,i unrr in nttnn.innrn nt
Doublo-O rnuch the forn part of tlio ,
Kay Stauffer Is working for Tom
Hutton and expects to havo an all
Jim Smith, who Is working for Mr.
Hunyurd, spent tho week end at
C. H. DnvlH entertained Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Miilinir, Mrs. ('. O. Ashby,
and children, V. I). Harris and Tom
Cownn last Sunday.
II. Kinsman raimi In from Tacomu
mid Is doing somu work on his Iioiiii:
Ktoad. Ho oxpoctH IiIh wife In In tho
Miss Mary Stiiuffbr, who lias boon
iitlendlng high nchool nt Horn!, Inn
C. S. DiivIh has llnlshed plowing
2D ncrcs Tor C. O. Ashby.
Toiik Cowun took n party of friends
joy riding last Sunday.
Miss Mary dimming of lliitlnr,
passed through hero Friday on hor
way to her homestead after an uli
mneo of several months. Whlln In
the valloy sho wis thu gueHt of MIhh
A ilcslrnbln bread knlfo free with
every annual subscription to Tho
(Specln; to The Hullotln.)
HAMPTON 1IUTTH, May 13,-rVlc
Johnson Ih burning Hago brush for
MIhh lttu MoFaddon of Torrobnn
no, Ih vIhIIIiik with her Istor, Mrs.
V. P. Wrny.
Hurt MnokH ami Win. Hoist made
n biiRlui'HH trip to Hampton but
VIp Schrador wnB called to Prime
vlllu by tho HlckncsH of IiIh sou. Al
beit, who Ih to uudorKO nil operation.
J, M. Hrlckoy wim u business vis
itor here yesterday.
Jim llrown spent sovornl dnyH with
his fnmily Inst weuk.
Carrlo llrowii wiih n caller nt tho
HroiikliigH Htoro yesterday.
C. J. Htnurfer nnd J. M. Hrlckoy
returned from Prlnuvlllo Wednesday
where thoy woro culled as witnesses
F, M. llowill, of lloud, roglsterad
at the llrookliiKs li'itol last night.
Mr. HiibhIit of Htnurfer wiih In thin
iiolKhboihood IiihI week looking for
two homes Hint utruyml from his
Thn railroad Hiirvoyors nro camp
uil nt Hhopparils nnd nro sitrvoylnB
through (IiIh valley.
A iltwlrtililu hrond knlfo frco with
every niuiunl subscription to Tho
l (Spoclal to Tho Hullotln)
POWHI.l. 1.HTTK. Max K..- Tho
Powell Hutto Union Huiiduy school
nvo tin U'i ormtm tioclnl Tuesday
,.... .. (I,., ndttimiitilt v bull.
HYHIIIIIK "l "" li ..... I
very good nttondiuico wiih hail con-.
Iderlng tho tuouiinoni wuhuu-i.
A. W. Ilnyn .HUVlnK ir load . f
frolKht from Rodmond to Prlnovlllo
f-r W. T. King ami O. C Clupoil
Mrs. II. G Mooro ami Mrs. I.
gtulth vUltod nt the Mow homo on
air. nnd Mm. Honv.w WIUooxou
enuie down, from Pond Sunday nf
turuoon hbiI roturiu'il Monday. Mr.
Wlllcovi In gottliiK bottiir.
. I). MiiKtnrd him u now run-'i-
Mr. K. A. Uussott and Mis Kay
HHMt tho wi'ok oml at tho riuipti
MIm Multwl Alio" will closo hor
larw of sohool Tiuwdixy hy bIIiik u
llmlo for tho ohlldron.
Tho erow t '"on'1 worki-re io
wuio In our vldnlty recoutly htivo
roturnad to Uedinoud to do miino
Mrs. A. W. VNIl 0B,loU ,4
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
IPrlnevllle hurrldly Monday morning
oh account of the Illness of Miss
, Gladys. She Is suffering from a se-
vere attack of tonsllltis.
A lealrable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
(Special to The Dulletln),
MIL.LICAX. May 14. Jamison
brothers of Hear Creek Uuttes, pass -
ed through Mllllcan on Saturday with
about -4 0 head of horses enroute to
their stock ranch on Klamath Marsh.
Ilobcrt A. Kmmltt and Albert E.
Elder of Klamath Falls were hand
shaking visitors In Mllllcan Saturday.
Tho former is an ex-Hepresetnative,
and the latter a candidate for reii-
Mrs. Clifton M. Itoaln and chlldrei.
Mr. and Mrs Win. Prosley, G. W.
Cook, Frank Perclvul, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold .Smith of the Pine moun
tain ranger station were visiting the
Mllllcans the past week.
' Mr. nnd Mr? l.eo llooney and
Mrs. Mn A. llooney visited the
Johnsons on Sunday.
Mrs. Andrew Murphy of Brother!
was n Sunday guest of Mrs. II. II.
The horse owners of Hear Crcc'c
nnd Mllllcan will commence riding
for horses at Ilnrnev Holes Monday.
Iceland Casey of Powell Hutto lias
recently purchase?) the entire band
of cattle belonging to Mr. Itolllns of
Mr. Shaffer, tho well driller, Is
drilling n well for the King Urns.
on their homestead east of MIlllcaM.
Thoy have gone down CSO feet with
no prospect of water.
A. D. Norton and family, one of
tho pioneer homesteaders In Mllllcan
vallay, moved his family Into Hoiid
Saturday. .Mr. Norton Is employed
nt thn mill nnd tho fnmily expect to
romaln there for the summer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Smith of the
Pino Mountain ranger Htatlon ntten I-
od tho meeting of tho Homstad val.y
Improvement Club Saturday night
and report an enjoynblo time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. I.ovett nnd
(laughter accompanied by Mrs. Drnlto
tho itmnstad valley Imiirnvoincnt
Club Saturday night, where Mr. I.o
Thoy returned to tho Mllllcan vol
toy experiment form nnd after look
ing It over and breakfasting at the
Mt. Pine Inn, resumed tholr Journey
to Hampton nnd nthor experiment
Hint Ions on the high desert.
Frank Worthlngton, recently from
Contralla, Washington, arrived Sat
urday and began work on thu (Sou.
Mllllcnn stock ranch,
Ilnrold It. I.nndfnro of Hear Crook
wuu visiting In Mllllcan on Sunday.
Another enjoynblo dnnco was hold
nt tho home of Goorgu Powers on
Huturday night. TIiobo present
woro: Mr. and Mrs. l.eo Iloonoy, Eg
bert llyor and Cliff Evnns, MosdamPB
l.eo Keller, liuclo nnd Coo. Powers,
Misses liuclo nnd Gun Powors,
Messrs. Frank Sponcor, I.ouIh Hnll,
Harrv OakH, Tnusphor, Wm. Rnhn.
W. It. Lawrenco, Earl Powers nnd
MrH. Flommlng of Hond In visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Ilosln, tho
Mrs. Clifton M. RobIii and two
children nccompanled by her mother
Mrs. Flommlng nnd MrH. It. U. Kel
ler nnd children, visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. John J. Hollnnd Sunday.
Rco Edwards for good houso paint
A doslrnblo broad knlfo froo with
every nnnunt subscription to Tho
We have tried
the rest but
this is the best
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A, J KHOKN'KUT,
(8peclal to Tho Bulletin;
CLOVERDALE, May 1C E. L,
Waldron left for Walla Walla Thurs
day. He is going overland taking
wiin mm a loaa or household goods
and several horses.
Y. D. Hudson and O. Snyder of
Albany were Visiting h. g. Grube
mis week. Mr. Snyder and Mr
Grube wero school boys together,
Mr. Snyder was looking over the
' county In general with the .prospect
of locating here,
Everybody Is seeding grain this
week; crops nro all looking well in
this vicinity despite tho cold weath
er and frosts.
Dean Van Matrc nnd Idella Mllfer
wens In Hend Tuesday,
W. P. Slmer was c
out from Hend
I riday making proof on his home
stead. Art Grube and Earle Miller went
to Hend Saturday and returned Sun
day. About t friends of Dean and El
vln Van Matro came In and surprised
them Friday evening and Ice cream
and cako were served at a late hour.
Mary Fryrear who Is attending
school In Redmond, spent Sunday at
A large crowd from Hie surround
ing country attended tho rnce meot
at Sisters Sunday.
PREPARE FDRJEXHIB1TS NOW
lly A.'B. I.OVETT.
All of the locat and county fairs
to be' hold within Crook county this
year promise to bo bigger nnd better
than over. Practically the Bame pro
ducts ns last year will receive prizes
this year. Crook county should also
havo a winning farm exhibit at tho
Portland Lnnd Show and at tho
Stato Fair this year.
Now Is tho tlmo to begin prepara
tion for making exhibits and win
ning prizes at tlieao fairs. Secure
tho best seed, plant It In the best
ground and give It tho best nttcntlon.
In this way you can produco the best
product -and win tho prize. Lot
everyone- toko particular pains with
at least ono farm product; then let
us all club togothor this fait and win
tho stato prizes.
It I can help you tet mo know.
Filth Means Flies
FLIES love to feait on filth
and thtn gat Intc the houte
And wipe their feet on your
cake or on baby's bottle. Screen
It Is true they are nature's
ecavengers, but they ipread filth
and diteaie In doing their work,
and, besides, It is better to be
your own ecavenger by keep
ing clean than to have the fliea
do it for you, for not only is the
fly a dangoroue companion, but
clean people are beginning to
suspect that those who have
filet about them are dirty house
If therefore you wish to bear
a reputation for cleanliness in
your neighborhood be sure that
your trath and manure heaps
are frequently removed and that
your house la propsrly eoretned.
Have Learned the Danger
of the Fly.
Ever since the
plague of flics In
Egypt and proba
bly long before It
tho common house
fly has been a nui
sance to mankind,
but lately men of
science have dis
covered that It U
much worse than a
nuisance, for It Is both Ulthy and often
dangerous to health.
Tha Tunknirl P!v ?
iiiw Ajuaiuiu ii -i-
T. The Insect we now call the
J. I !.. -L-..I.J 1.. 1L- I. ... k.
nouisuy, inuuiu in inv imwi. w
termed the typhoid fly In order
to call direct attention to the
danger of allowing It to continue
to breed unchecked. L. O.
"Swat a Fly and
Save a Life!" Is
A Good Slogan
IF every child and ndult American
wero today to adopt the slogan,
"Swat a lly and save a llfel" the
health bulletins Issued next summer
from the various sanitary boards
throughout the country would have
sparse reference to such causes of
death as cholera Infantum, typhoid fe
ver and the numerous lufantlla mala
dies of the torrid months. '
If you wait until spring or summer
to kill your ubiquitous tly It will bo too
late. The single Isolnted lly that sur
vives tho frosts of winter and the vis
Ifnnco of tho bouscfrau, the musca do
mestlca that lies hidden In tho rafter
of your cellar and pantry, "unfed, un
heralded nnd unsung." Is tho hibernat
ing villain who breeds multitudes' of
baby tiles upon tho arrival of spring.
SWAT THE FLY
BEND WHITE PINE S ASH CO.
Dry Factory Wood
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
I Flies Have Killed jj
More People Than
I The World's Armies J
... . .minAni nuthor
Ity fllei fiave been responsible
fur the death of more human be
,gs than all the armies of the world
File are nature's champion sptetiu
ers of dl-easc. If you were to examine
a fly's lee-, through a sufficiently ow
crful mlcroicoro you would see n good
deal of decayed animal nnd vegetable
matter and millions of ugly wriggling
thine, more repuMlvc looking than the
wort tilgtitmnro monsters.
They are dloente germs which the
fly has picked up In the course of its
travels. Diphtheria, enteric, typhoid and
scarlet fever. Influema and.many other
diseases are doubtless resting on the
legs of the fly.
i:-erj time he alights on vntir head
he leave-, n few germs. Prceiitly he
will crawl over your food and leave
some more germ for you to eat. Per
hnp-i he will drown hlmelf In your
milk Jug That will suit the germ. be
caue thev In cod quicker In milk than
In any other medium.
If you are 111 good henllh you may
not come to much bnrro.
It is to children that flies art most
dangerous Whenever there Is an ex
tra number of flies the Infantile mor
tality always becomes abnormal.
One of thu reasons why there Is less
Infantile dh-cn&o. comparatively speak
ing. In the large towns than In the
country is because there ate fewer
tiles. The pigsties, cow slicds. Htnbles,
refue heaps and fertilizer piles of
the country breed IK) per tent of tho
It Is never too late to start. Keep
your rooms clean, cool and dry. Keep
all food In a cool, dark pantry, nnd
place covers over It If necessary. See
that the lids of your garbage cans aio
alwnys on tight, nnd do not allow rub
bish to collect In your garden.
And whenever you see a fly kill It
Remember that every fly Is your enemy.
For farm land loans sco J. Ryan
& Co. Keasonablo rates, prompt
Was Troubles! at Night.
Painful, annoying bladder weak
nesses usually Indicates kidney
trouble. So do backaches, rhoumn
t'sm, sore, swollen or stiff muscles or
Joints. Such symptoms havo been ro
llovod by Foley Kidney Pills, Henry
Kudolph, Carmt, Hi., writes: "Slnco
Liking Foley Kidney Pills I sleep all
night without getting up." Sold
ovory where Adv.
This wood is the
trimmings from sash
and door cuttings,
is kiln dried aid planed
The Famous Chew with the
Delicious, Fruity Flavor
MADE m MODERN PROCESSES
You want to get all the enjoyment
and benefit possible out of tobacco.
Then chew plug tobacco.
You want your chew to have the
wholesome, appetizing richness of ripe
fruit. Then chew Spear Head.
You want a plug with a delicioujlr
u-eet and mellow flavor that lasts it
long as the chew lasts. Then chew 9
One chew of Spear Head will cog.
vince any man that there's no other to
bacco on earth with such a rich and
lasting flavor. That's because all the
natural juices of the choicest Burle;
leaf are retained in Spear Head. ,
The making of Spear Head is con
ducted strictly according to pure-food
methods in a great modern factory that
is spic-and-span throughout.
The most expensive, modern pro.
cesses keep Spear Head fresh, sweet
and pure at every stage.
The luscious plug of Spear Head,
from which you bite the tastiest,
wholesomest of chews, represent!
the highest form of plug tobacco
Try Spear Head the very best chew
that money can buy. In 10c o,
wrapped in wax paper.
Keeping t'p To Tho Murk.
"Spilng fevor" it not always (
Joke. If you feel dull nnd sluggish,
tlrod and worn out. Buffer from back-
ncho of weak back, rheumatism, sort
mutcles, stiff Joints or other Indict-
tlons of kidney trouble, It will pit
vou to Investigate Foloy Kidney l'llli.
Thoy nro highly repommondod n
prompt nnd efficient nlds to health.
Sold ovorywnero. auv.
And Investigate our prlcca
heforo buying your groceries.
AVo can snvo you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcan, Ore. Telephone
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