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1IKXI) IIUIJjKTI.V, HUM), OltKGON, THURSDAY, JANUAKY 18, HUT.
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(Spoclal tn The Ilullclln.)
TIJMAI.O, Jnn. 14. Mr. it ml Mm.
OorkliiB, who Itnvo licon vloltlng rol
ntlvrH and frlniiiln at Atlicua for tlin
jinnt tlirco wookj), huvo returned
Orovor ClorkliiR dollvcrnd 40 linnil
nf fflitu ntr-m in Hodmoiid last week.
Mr. fttnl Mm. M. II. HIkrh, or
I'rlnovlllo. worn vlHltora "f C. I
Ilrrkor'H Inst Hundny.
Jliith llacley, ol Tuinitlu. holds
second place In Tho llend Ilullclln
Several nuto lonilH of Tutnalo poo
pin wiiro In llend last Woiltiomlay
nlKlit, mimii uttendliiK the K, of I.
ItnlKo, Homo the wrestllm? inutcli,
whllo titliuifl nttonded tho Parent
Teiichur aioinrliitliifi meetllii:, at tho
Kmhlmn cluli hull.
MrH. I.. A. Ilollowny and datiRli
ten) are leavliu: Tutnalo to open In
Ilond it Lyric. hcIiooI tor kindergarten
work iiml miiHlral education. Ac
cordliiK to MrH. llollowny'B now Krado
liookx upon the mimical hypothi'HW
of orthoepy and orthography hor pu
jiIIh will hornmo perfect HpellerH,
iniiHlcal rcndoiH, Hpoiikoni nnd hIiir
ora. Ab a university graduate, Mrs.
Ilollowny Hlinuld receive it wnrni
welcome In llend. Later a notice
will appear of her promlHcd lecture
upon India, to ho InlornporHed with
orlRlual violin and pianoforte mimic
liy her little daiiKhterH. Ah it world
wide traveller and readout In var
Ioiih partH of India for elRhl or more
vearn, MrH, Molloway Ih familiar with
native life In India, an caHiial travel
ith can never lie. I'artlcularH an
to time and plaro will appear In duo
(Hpnclnl to Tho Ilulletlll)
HAMPTON MJTTK, .Ian. 10.
Fred Miller and Clyde NIcodeiuiiH
made final proof on thnlr houumteailH
the Slid of January, before ('oiiiiiiIh
OHinr lllack and Horace llronk
Iiirh attended tho ralililt uiuetliiR at
ThoiupHou hint Haturday.
(alirlel Itntutitl Ih inakliiK a trip
John Pratt carried the mall
IhrotiRh hero hint Sunday for I. ('.
I'iiiiI llrookliiRM and (lertrude
(anion lutvo returned to hcIiooI at
llend, after fipendliiK their vacation
with thnlr pareutH.
Mr. uud MrH. llort MeekH and
children weio RtlOHtH of Wm. HoIhI
CIiiih, JaiuiM Iiiih returned from
V. I). IIiuiIh and Mr. O'Neal paHH
ihroiiRh hero Hundny, on their way
to Htiiurrrir, where Mr. O'Neal will
make final proof on It Ih liomcHteml
lieforo Coiumlwlouer Htauffer.
Mr. and Mr Vmi Moore and
family have moved Into tho Mil'iul
il.'il plHce, for tho winter.
Mm. Jlmmlo llrlckoy Iium Immmi vl
itliiK her pMientu, Mr. ami Mi-m. Dave
Dunn, at liiipurliil, Havurnl iluyit thU
John ('mi oi Ih IiiivIiik a hIbsju of
J. V. Johimnu Ih iIIkkIiir a well.
At printout ,1m Iiiih iIiir no feet, hut
mh yet, Iiiih no water.
Friday, Httlo Oraco Johnson was
taken iito 111 whllo at school. Mr.
and Mrs. Conaway hroiiRht hor homo,
MrH. Conaway HtayliiR at tho John
son homo all night. Opal Conaway
haH heon staying thoro slnco Thurs
day. Mrs. II. It. Keller visited at tho
Johnson homo Saturday and 8unday.
Mrs. Ilitrnoy Conaway was om
ployed at tho Mllllcan ranch several
days tho past wcok.
II. It. Kollor shot a largo lynx ma
J. J. Holland went to Uoiiil Friday
to move Mth. Mary IIohIii nnd chil
dren onto their homcHtead.
Ada H, Mllllcan expects to go to
Quito a fow men woro Htaylng at
tlin Mllllriin ranch tho past week,
during tho round-up of tho Mllllcan
I,. A. Hall ruiiH tho nnglno to
pump tho water on tho Johnson place,
during the almenco of Mr. Johnson
W. A. Halm Is expected homo
Mrs. J. J. Holland nnd children,
Mary and Joseph, had tholr Sunday
dinner with Mr. and Mth. Ferdinand
Joseph Holland wiih on tho sick
list olio day laHt week.
1). I,. Owen uud Geo, ItohertH each
put a telephone In tholr homo re
cently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Donzll Dyer are now
living at llend.
Raymond (Iroffeuhorger hauled
wood for JolniHim'H tho past wcok.
Tho Hullotln offlco this morning, a ,
whole Back full of thorn, sent by
Representative N. J, Slnuott. They
aro now ready for distribution, ami i
as Inquiries during tho past two
weoks have been growing moro and
more numerous, It Is expected that !
tho supply on hand will not last long
It will ho u caso of "first corao, first
FIvo varieties of vegetables, car
rots, Icttuco, radishes, muskmolon
and turnips, may bo grown from tho
seeds contained In each packet.
(Special to The Hullotln.)
Mild, IAN, Jan. 15. I,. A. Hall
had Sunday dinner with the l.eo Kel
V. II. 1'rotdey returned from llend
Mrs. F. TaiiHclier spent Tuosday
villi her daughter, Mra l.uc Kel
ler. F. TniiHcluir and J. J. Holland,
a Ith thnlr teams mined l.eo TiuihcIi
vr'H houito Tuesday.
J. J. Holland Hhot a coyote one
night lal week. The animal was
tifler Hih turkuyH, cIiiihoiI the dog,
mil finally elliiibml up Into the barn
."of, whtirti Mr. Holland Hhot him.
Mrn. l.eo Keller nnnt a dav with
lier nuither, MrH, F. Tiiumhor, Thurs
day. Mis. J. J. Holland culled on Mih
it It. Keller Monday afternoon.
llHiney ('una way was on tho nick
lint it few ilaH last week.
Opttl Conaway has bevn emplojed
M tho Mllllonii ntiuh.
I.lttle Walter Keller U on tlin sick
lint, with la grippe.
MrH. I.eo Keller called at the IV
II Johimoii and II. It Keller homes
(Special to Tho Hullotln)
(M.OVKItl)AhK, Jnn. H. Shlrloy
Fryrear Ih homo visiting his folks.
Mrn. Vincent and Mis. A Hon , of
HIsteiH, uero calling on Mrs. Van
Matio Friday afternoon.
J, II. Miner, of llend, wiih showing
partloH through Clovenlalo one day
Corn HatcH nnd Corn Dick, of Demi,
were In Cloverdale Sunday, getting
suhHcrlptloiiH for Tho llend Hullotln,
toward tho Dodge car.
The Cloverdale IrnHkethall team
played basketball with tho Itedmoml
town team Saturday night at Hlsleis,
I ho score holme "0 to fl in favor of
Itodmoiid. Thoso from Clovenlalo,
who attended the gitmu were: Mr.
ami Mrs. Harold Kline, MIkhoh Viola
and Idella Miller and Kleauor (iruhe,
Sum Kline, Verne Skeltou, Arthur
uud liar I (lrubu, Karl Miller and
Dean Van Matro, ,
Tho HIsterH people who attended
tho Council cluli Friday night were:
Ada Taylor, Georgia WooiIh, Tlllle
Davidson, George Wilson and Claude
Mrs. Gumpert gave a party at her
home HaturdHy night, hut on account
of tho bimki'tball game nt .Sisters,
tliHio worn nut many pieseiit.
A few of tho rannors liiwo been
putthiK up ho.
A man from Canada began to roam,
Hero nnd thoro In search of a homo;
Tho land of promlso ho did not miss
When ho wended his Into this
Tho Mllllcan Vnllcy.
lla found a claim whoro sagebrush
Jackrabblts and sago rats grow thoro,
Neighbors woro Bcarco that did not
For soon ho know all would bo bet
tor In Mllllcan Valley.
Ho at once began n homo to plan,
Hut only u homo for a slnglo man;
To do this ho often had to rush,
To boll his spuds nnd make his mush,
In Mllllcan Valloy.
Although n slnglo llfo ho now may
In nil these yearn ho has found no
For men thcro aro, but women nro
Hut tho girls thoro arc. aro good
In Mllllcan Valloy.
If sumo good friend a bunch would
Of girls, into our llfo to blend.
Tho boys no longer nlono would plod,
mil nu would wed, yes, even .
Of Mllllcan Vnllcy.
A. F. U.
CO. I. WW
COMMITTHK AITOI.'Ti:i IJV AVA
TKK USKIW AT KKDMOXI) C.
C. M'COM.OCII IS SI'KAKKIt AT
Good Lookinrj Blouses
Never Lose Their Appeal
(From Monday's Dally.)
nKDMOND, Jan. 15. (Special.)
As tho result of the meeting of
C, O. I. water users held hero last
Saturday night, a committee has been
apoplnted which will work with rep
resentatives from other parts of tho
sebregatlon In working out tho do
tails for tho organization of an Ir
rigation district. A majority of tho
water users aro thought to bo in fn
vor of this method of handling af
fairs when control passes from the
hands of tho company In Juno.
Claudu C. McColloch, who spoko
In tho aftornoon at llend, was pres
ent nt tho gathering hero, explaining
tho provisions of tho district law,
nnd tolling how by availing them
selves of It, tho water usors would
ho able to sccuro financial nld, nnd
make much needed improvements
nnd repairs. A, largo attondanco was
on hand, and (ho question was thor
oughly discussed from all angles.
Mr. McColloch, whllo favoring tho
district law for tho C. O. I. segrega
tion, urged his hcarors not to rush
Into an organization of tho kind with
out careful Investigation of every
pliaso of tho mattor.
I crowd of neighbors and frimwu nr.
prised Miss Huston Monday night,
tho occasion being Miss Huston's
birthday. Tho ovonlng was spont In
games and dnnclng nnd at a lato
hour refreshments wero served. Ev
cryono spent a pleasant ovenlng.
Thoso present woro, Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chnl
fan, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Donovan, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Glliott, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Glliott, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Scoggln, Mrs. and Mrs. F. o. Powers!
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley, Mr nnd Mrs.
M. W. Knickerbocker, Mrs Pulllam,
Misses Pulllam, Scoggln, Knicker
bocker, Huston, lino, Glliott and Loyd
and Henry Power, Nowoll and Olon
Van Tassell, ltcx Powers, Hart, Frank
and Will Scott, Emmet Knickerbock
er and Ralph Glliott
And Investigate our prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can save you money.
Mllllcan, Oro. Telephone
IMKTV AT I'liAINVIKW
(From Thursday's Dally.)
With Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Milton, of
,1'lnlnvlow, as host and hostess, a
Just Drive In
2:0 p. in.
Sunday and Monday eve
nings 7: 15 and 8:0.
This is a J)t percent per
YOU KNOW OF
Any New Building
A Real EtUte Ttniction
Anything that u of Interest
Phone it to
(Sporinl to Tho llulletln.)
I.OKT CUKUK. Jhii. 9. Howard
Fulktirmiu made final throo-year
proof on his lionieHtoHil before Com
mlHaloiier Htauffur last Saturday.
G. It. Young uud J. K. Smith wore
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hasslnr were
guests of friends at Silver Creek
during the holidays.
Owing to lllneHH, Opal Smith has
been unable to attend school tho past
MrH. t C. HhodeH has gono to
bend for an Indefinite period.
Pago Stauffer has returned homo
for it visit after an absence of sev
eral mouths In llend.
Archie and Clarence Smith nnd
Howard Folkursou are guests of Ed
Mi-h. O. Ilutilcn has gone to Union
to lslt frleuilH and icl,ulven.
Johnnie Pratt Is carrying the mall
helwiHin Mr. DuiiHer's and tho nust-
(.ARI)KN skeds sent
OUT HY N. .1. S1NNOTT
I'ai-kctN Fniin Washington, 1),
Airho ut ltullitla ottUv, ami ur
Iteiidy for DUtilbiillon.
(From Tut'sdiD's D.tlly.)
Guillen Heeds, all the way front
Washington. I). (' , wore rtrlrvil nt
i & : B' .
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
AH who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
Worn with the oiry rvmly hlue rcv
Mrt In thU white Kirui'Me crape blousn.
pk'kisl nut with finhroldi'ivil mi-il.illlotu,
lo hluo. CulT bmiils, collar nm button'
turthar conliuMt to mutch tn
The Skaters' Palace
Permits a Dressy Rig
True Economy . . .
nif Jtu tlw wU tjvnJlnc of on'i money nuVInf every dolUr da full duty
and jetting in return an ttlck that will ntldy you In cvtry way.
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U a real rarjiln Ixcauu It U told at a popular
price txcauw it give you the UnJ of tewinc
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on any other macblnei because it wdl please you
with its fine finish and beauty of iti furniture.
In short you will find the White reliable and
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lOU SAI.Ii ll HUM) I IKMTlltli (t).
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Ituntrr't rrn llk jtnty. hort klrtJ
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IngaU tilt, ftaturea thin natty outnt trim
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cioj cap of vrblta anwora exactl) (ulrill
Deschutes Chicken Mash
The Bend Flour Mill is manufacturing the most efficient and econom
ical chicken feed mash that has ever been offered to the poultry rais
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Inquire about our automatic feeding hopper. They are sheltered, keep
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HOW TO GET ONE:
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