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I1BND BULLETIN, BEND, OKEGON, TlIUItSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1017.
And Investigate our prices'
beforo buying your groceries.
Wo can saro you money.
SECIIETAIIY LANE WILL RE
ntAIN FROM DESIGNATING
LAND FOB 040 ACBB MW UN
TIL AFTBB INVESTIGATION.
J. NBLSON AIUUVEI) IN TOWN
TODAY AND IS INSTALLING
EQUIPMENT AND FIXTUKB8
RAN BEGOB ING
P. B. Johnson's
AIM OF BILL
IN O'KANE BUILDING.
Mllllcnn, Oro. Telephone
(Bpocl.il to Tho Hullotln)
TUMALO, Jan. 22. Tho WcBt Sldo
Ladles' club mot lost Thursday after
noon. Tho following officers woro
elected for tho ousulng yenr: Mm.
Howard, president; Mrs. Itclbhoff,
vlco president, and Mrs. Griffin, sec
retary and troanuror.
Fred Wilful has linen putting up
ico lor tno coming summer.
It. U. Kllclclngcr and Mrs. Taylor
wore attending to business matters
In Ilcnd last Wednesday.
Tho Tllllcum Literary club will
meet with Mrs. Dayton on Saturday,
Mrs. F. N. Wallaca Is spondlng tho
'week In Portland.
Mrs. Holtoway left Thursday for
Bond, where sho will open a kinder
Hay Drown spent Saturday In
Tho big danco given nt tho Turn
alo hall last Friday night was a
marked success. A commltteo from
'tho West Hldo Ladles' club scrvod
the dunce supper.
Harvey, son of F. B. Dayton, who
has been attending school In Walla
'Walla, Is an Ho ulclc with rheumatism
nt that place and as soon us ho Is
iiblo will bo bronchi homo.
C. 1. 'Hocknr and family spout
.Sunday In I'rlnovlllo.
A. McAllator's homo, two miles
west of Tuinnlo, was burned last
"Wednesday. Tho fire wiih caiiHod
from an uxploslon of gUHolluo with
which thoy woro cloanlng clothes.
lly woro dlnnor guests at tho A
Ilhodo homo on Sunday.
Miss Lula Mooro spent tho wcok-
end at tho ranch with homo folks.
Tho young pcoplo of tho neighbor
hood liavo been onjoylng thnmsolvcs
with sKUtlng parties on tho IIoUBton
Al Schultz, who lives near Alfalfa
Is In this vicinity with his wood saw,
Noarly ovoryono has wood that thoy
want sawed; so ho Is kept busy.
(8pUI to Ttm Dally tlullctln)
HAMPTON IIUTTB, Jan. 17.
1-lnill Unrror. rotiirued from lluriiH last
Saturday whore ho had his niiltlo op
Carl lllnmnii and family nindo n
(rip to Hampton last Saturday whoro
purchnsed n cow from A. S. Fogg.
McssrH. Noliion mid Schmidt mid
families passed through horo Monday
on their way from Iloiid to their homo
(lahrlel Ilntontl returned from'
I'rlmtvlllo yesterday. While there ho
got bin naturalization papers,
l'n go Stuiiffor wus n visitor at tho
looks' Iiiiiiiii Sunday mid Mondny,
Gladys Mnoks has resumed her
svhoolwork after a week's Illness.
Mrs. Jake Honk was a visitor hero
(Special to Tlin Hullotln.)
I'OWIILL IIUTTB, Jan. 21
uiuall dancing party was held at tho
ball Friday evening. A pleasant tliuo
Is reported. Miss Lucllu Parsons was
nut getting subscriptions to Tho Hul
lo! In, Sho Is oiin of tho contimlimtH
for tho Dudgo onr. Sho suevueileil In
getting a goodly iiumber.
The Powell llutto Devnlopmeiit
I.ouguo will have election of officers
Jit lis next meeting on February 1. A
good iitteildnuco Is desired.
W. T. Smith has routed George
Uruzeo's place and will move IiIh fam
ily mi to It as soon us ho mil build
i hniiuo to live In.
John Hlioon will move to the Smith
ailuce, having purchased It recently.
Guy hears has traded Ills place for
property In Portland mid will move
to tho city shortly.
Allen Wlllcoxnii has sold tils homo
to J. 0. Illlx. but ho Is not leav
lug having purchased another place
nearer tno station.
Miss llaiel llayno mid Miss Heat
rice Hullurd visited at the Ilayu
ranch from Friday evening until Sun
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
llnyn, MUh llmol llayn, Miss llcutrlce
Hullurd mid J. A. Hlggs motored to
Ilodmmid, Deschutes uuil Tiimulo,
Making a short call nt the Dullard
homo In Tumato mid having dinner
nt the F. II. Ilayu ranch near Pea
iiiutes, Mrs. I'.ttu M Arnold Is vlaltlnir nt
llend mid later will visit ut the Unites
with her brothor, J. A. lllggs.
Mr. niM Mrs. Allen Wlllcoxon mot
ored to llediiioud Sunday evening to
Mrs. I). A. Yates and Mrs. Guy
Sears left on Sunday night's train for
Portland MUh nrlni H.mru ,iiiii.. ...
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from Priiievlllo Friday evening, to ro-
(Speclal to Tho Hullotln)
MILLICAN, Jan. 23. Gcorgo and
Barl Powers woro out recently and
baulod somo hay to Bend from tholr
Mrs. J. J. Holland called at tho It.
It, Kollor homo Monday.
Brlc Hosteland made a trip to
Ilond tho past weak,
L. A. Hall having chnrgo of Mr.
Hosteland's barn during his absence.
Wllllnm Ilahn returned from Port-
laud Tuesday, much Improved In
health, after spending six wcokB In
C, M. Ilosln enmo from Montnna
with J. J, Holland the past wcok.
Cliff Kcnnis and H. M. Ilosln aro
ramping on Pino Mountain cutting
poles and posts for Mr. Ilosln, who
filed on another 320 acres of land
and Intends to fenco It at onco.
I.eo Keller visited nt tho H. It. Kol
lor homo Wednesday.
J'rauk Leo called at tho It. It. Kol
lor homo Monday.
A. I). Norton has found most of his
cattle that hnvo boon on tho ranee.
Harnoy Conaway mid Hooper Dyer
iioiigui n team Monday.
Thoro will bo a danco nt Cliff
Bviiu'b homo Saturdny, Janunry 27.
Opal Conaway stayed with Mrs. P.
II. Johnson until Wednesday, when
sho retiirscd to her homo.
Grace Johnson bns recovered from
Utile Itny Keller was on tho sick
list tho post week. Ills brothor, Wal
ter Is well ngnln.
A. D. Norton hnuled wator from
Spencer's now well Friday.
Fred Klgor vlsltod bis slator, Mrs,
A. D Norton, Frldny afternoon.
Mrs. Harney Conaway has been em
ployed nt tho Mllllcmi ranch tho past
It was examination wcok at tho
Mllllcnn school the foregoing week.
most or mo riiinirou curried off good
Harnoy Connwny anil Iloopor Dyor
linvo been hauling hay for tho Milli
on n ranch.
Frank I.eo called nt tho 11. 11. Kel
ler homo Saturdny,
It. II. Keller caught n small lynx
tho past week.
Mr. mid Airs. Barl Russell nml dill.
dron moved back onto their homo
Mtenil Friday. Mrs. Iliissoll and chil
dren fiuno out with Georgo Ilohorts
Thursday its far us tho Ml. Pino Inn
nwiiltlng Mr. ltussell's arrival thero
Messrs. Herbert Mooro mid Ed
nionils culled at tho Mt. Pino Inn Sat
urday. A. I). Norton called nt tho Holland
It. It, Keller called nt tho J. J.
Keller homo Sudnyii.
Mrs, Georgo Mlllliun postponed hor
visit to Priiievlllo. Until Mr. mid
Mrs. Mllllcnn expect to go to Priiie
Mary mid Josenh Hollmul imti t
remain from school tho past week on
account of sore eyes.
V. M. Ilosln bought n horso nt
Ilond. At tho present tlmo it Is In
J. J. Holland's onro.
Ferdinand Tauschor and son. i.n.v
mndo n trip to Pino Mountain tho
Old Law Included, but Many New
Features are Added In Luurgmird
Measure Allons Domllng
for Many Purposes.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
SALBM, Jan. 23. Passago of tho
bill Introduced by Hoprcsontatlvo O.
Laurgaard, drafted on recommenda
tions by J. W. llrowor, Porcy Cup
per, J. H. Upton, Albort Elder and
Mr. Laurgaard, mombors of tho Irri
gation congress -legislative commlt
teo, will result in tho complcto re
vision of tho Irrigation laws of tho
state. Tho bill Is a lengthy mensuro,
cmoprlslng 41 typo written pages.
Tho now codo wns recommended
when It wns learned that tho irriga
tion district law had boon so nmond
ed as to niako It almost unworkable
mid that tho United States reclama
tion sorvlco contemplated introduc
ing a bill making extensive amend
ments to many of the soctlons.
Old Imw Included.
Tho Laurgaard hill ombruccs vir
tually all tho principal provisions
of tho old law arranged In logical
ordor, mid Includes also somo now
features, tho most Important of
which aro thoso requested by tho
United States reclamation sorvlco,
and duplicates of the California sta
tutes rotating to tho certification or
Irrigation district bonds.
Ttio nttoriey general, superintend
ent of bnnks and Btnto engineer nr
to comprlso a board having power
to examine tho bonds of an Irriga
tion district, and If such bonds meet
the requirements of tho net and r
colvo tho approval of tills board they
would bo cortlflod by the secretary
of state, and may bo usod as security
by bnnks mid iiiHurnnco companies
tho name ns municipal bonds.
Tonus in Dlntilcl.
Provision is mndo to Include with
in tho bonded area of an Irrigation
district towns lying adjacout to It,
provldod a majority of tho laud own
ers within tho town, together with a
majority outside tho town, sign tho
provisions necessary for creation of
Tho propnsod law would permit
bonding for tho purposes not only
of constructing Irrigation works, but
nlso for tho purpoBo of oporatlng,
maintaining or reconstructing such
works, Honds may bo Issued for a
purpose, Including tho rcdomptlon
of outstanding bonds, payment of In
forest or outstanding wnrrnuts. Tho
prosent law bcoiiis to contemplate
organization of nn Irrigation district
only for tho purpose of constructing
Under tho now codo, says Laur
gaard, tho United States reclamation
sorvlco proJoctB will bo nblo to or
ganize and opernto under tho stato
irrigation law, and It Is probablo that
water users' associations on theso
projects will bo discontinued.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 23.
That wealthy stockmen In tho west
are making uso of tho recently on
acted 640 aero homestead law to
gobblo up largo areas of range, is
tho chargo mado In lottors and tel
egrams which aro pouring into tho
oftlco of Secretary of Intorior Lano.
Ho has decided to designate no land
for entry under tho now taw until
ho can moko a thorough investiga
tion, and determine whether or not
fraud is being attempted.
Tho charges pouring in upon him
say that In nil tho western Btatos big
stockmon hnvo been Bonding their
hordors and other employes to make
applications for land under this law,
inus obtaining a prior right to en
try. In this way, it Is alleged, frauds
nro being attompted similar to tho
dummy entries mndo under tho old
tlmbor nnd stone act. No land can
bo nctually entered under tho G40
ncro law until departmental regula
tions liavo boon Issued, and then only
such land can bo ontorcd as Is desig
nated for stockralslng homestond
Ing by tho Secretary of tho Interior.
As yet, Secrotnry Lano has mado
no designations, nnd tho regulations
nro held back. Dy rbfuslng to mako
designations, tho secretary can pre
vent tho perpotrntlon of frauds. If
upon Investigation ho becomes con
vinced that oxtonslvo fraud in tho
interest of big Btockmon Is boing attempted.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Downtown sorvlco by tho Western
Union Telegraph Company wilt be
offered to Bend patrons by tho end
of tho present wcok, according to
J. Nolson, equlpmont man for that
company, who arrived in Dcnd this
morning to commenco work on in
stalling apparatus nnd fixtures in tho
offlco room of J. Ryan & Co., in tho
O'Kano Building. Tho cables havo
bocn strung and tho offlco wired and
all that now romalns is tho installa
tion of tho necessary equipment and
tho erection of offlco fixtures.
Tho hours during which tho West-
orn Union will bo open have been only
tentatively arranged. Tho offlco
will romaln opon for business be
tween tho hours of 8 a. m. and 6 p.
m. and 7 nnd 8 p. ra. Just what ar
rangement will bo nffocted with re
gard to Sunday sorvlco has not been
In explaining tho causo of tho do
lay In bringing downtown sorvlco to
Bond Mr. Nelson said this morning
that tho demands hnvo been so heavy
upon tho company in tho last fow
months, and thnt tho scarcity of miii
torlals has been so marked that tho
company has not boon nblo to keep
up with tho demands of tho public.
Tho downtown offlco will bo In
chargo of C. B. Nichols, who has
boon telegraph operator at tho depot
slnco Novombor 1, 1911.
YOU KNOWj OF
A VmW '
Any New Building
A Real Estate Tiamaction
Anytning that ii of Interest
Phone' it to
EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
(Special to Tho Hullotln)
SISTBItS, Jan. 22, Clydo Gist mid
a nunpmiy of friends nttonded tho
basketbnll finmo mid danco given nt
Laldliiw Friday night. Tho party
muiuii'ii uvur in mo uist cur,
J. 1 Duckett returned Saturday
from a business trip to I'ortland. Mr.
Duckett plana to Improve his mill
hero before spring and It was for tho
purpose of purchasing somo now and
modern machinery that ho went to
Mr. anil Mri llrtvr,i n.,..i....
main ut homo whllo Mrs. Sours Is lnl.nldlaw. enmo over to Suitors In tholr
I ortland. .car Sunday evening.
Mr. untl Mrs. N P Alley nnd fum. llov. J. Filunr.i in,.!- .n...i.....i
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means the wlw irxodicc of one'i mooxy nulla? cvtrv daOxr da full d..iv
and cutting In return an Article tlut will aatUiy you la every way.
. white: .
U i real tvirgaJa txciuu It U told at , poyuUr
prket became it jivta you the kind oiu wing
yvu uujni in cecitae it will turn out toe wotlc
quickly and thoroughly and give you a lilt time
of utUutoryarvic(! because its Improvements
will enable you to do things which can't be done
on any other machine j because it will please you
with its fine finlia and beauty of its furniture.
In iboti you will find the White tellable and
desirable from every point of view. i
Be sure to see the Thlte dealer who will be glad to show you how good a
machine the White ta. If there It no While dealer handy, write us direct foe cat
alogs. We do not sell to catalog bouses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Machines.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO, CLEVELAND. O.
l'm 8AI.B 1IY IlKX D FUUNITUIIB CO.
services In tho I'rosbytorlan church
A prlzo fight was pulled off Thurs
day ovonlng at Farthing's hall. A
large crowd gathered to witness tho
fight which was between "Speck"
Woods, of Ilond. mid Kid Ctlno. of
Sisters. "Speck" Woods camo off
victor in tho first round, A danco
followod tho fight.
M. McKcof mado a trip to Red
mond this wook after freight.
PUT ON THE MARKET
J. A. BustcH mid II. U. DoArniouil
TtiLo Our Burl Houston ljnd
Hutting Starts ut Once.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Tho purchaso of a 40-acro tract of j
irniii i rum air. ami Mrs. Burl Hous
ton by J. A. Bastes and II. H. Do-
Armond wus reported by Mr, Eastes
today. Tho consideration wns not
doflnltoly stalod, but Mr, Bastes in
timated that tho purchaso price Is
in tno neighborhood of 14000. Tho
tract is to bo platted at onco by
Ilobort U. Qould, and thrown on tho
market for city resldonco sites. Low
prices and small initial paymonts
will uo tho keynote of tho selling
policy of tho now owners, Mr. Bastes
Tho Houst6n tract adjoins tho cor
ner of Kenwood Gardens, and Is ap
proximately ono-hatf mila from tho
Tho name uudor which It ta to be
sold has not been decided on.
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-
"'S CcoSrr2j'egn- The results that can be obtatoed from feed
ing DESCHUTES CHICKEN MASH are phenomenal.
The ingredients are of the highest quality:
GROUND ALFALFA LEAVES,
BRAN, SHORTS, CORN, BEET PULP.
One sack will bring you results.
Why pay high prices for chicken feeds when a better grade is obtain
able at home for less money?
A doslrnble bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
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Tnniii-n oVmi- m r,..l-n..-i. j- - ,
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ly set up: me yUr CSt f feedinff- They come t0 yu cilet
HOW TO GET ONE:
With one impound sack of Deschutes Chicken Mash we will sell
one of these automatic feeding hoppers for $1.00.
Deschutes Chicken Mash, per sack $2t00 .
Automatic Feeding Hopper
Clean up and paint up.
, " r, j .i.ua 11 su aim nave monev refunriprl
We will gladly offer you suggestions on how to feeS tht
feed this chicken mash.
Bend Flour Mill Company