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I1I3NO IlUIiLETIX, nEND, OHEGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1017.
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MII.MCAN, Toll. 20. With tlio as
Hlstanco of It. A. Hlanchnrd, a tem
porary, "National Farm Loan hbso
rlntlon," wim created ut Mllllran,
Saturday. Tho officers wore elected
nnd aR booh iib tlio required numlior
of tnomliers have signed up It Ib
hoped thu MHHDclatloil will he legal
ized. County fliiperlutciidcnt Thomp
non, of Tumnlo, accompanied Mr.
.Mr. "mil Mrs. If. K. Smith nnd
dnughtur, Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Cluv
ongor nnd children and Mrs. H. 1.
Keller nnd children woro Saturday
tnllcrH nt the I. li. Johnson home.
MrR. J. J. Holland vl!tcd nt tlio.
It. II. Keller homo Friday.
J. J. Hollnnd wont to llend Satur
dny returning Monday. Ho moved
Mrs. M. C. Itonlu and children Imik
onto their liomestoud. utter having
spent five inonthB with MrH. Hosln'n
mother, Mm. Fleming at Ilcnd.
It. It. Keller nnd family visited
with the Johnson's Sunday ovonlng.
I.eo Keller and a caller at the It.
11, Keller homo Monday.
Frank I.eo visited ut tho Geo.
Cook home Sunday.
I. It. JohiiBon mailu n trip to Ilcnd,
It. It. Keller accompanied him part
way, (IoIiik Homo telephone work for
Frank I.eo called at tho It. It.
Keller homo Tuomlny.
Quito u few children nro uhgont
from school on account of stormy
Mr. and Mrs. I.eo Keller nnd chil
dren and I.eo TatiHcher had Sunday
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
TnuHchor and Hpuut a pleiiHaut after
noon. The threshers wero busy threshing
nt tho Stanley Smith homo tho paid
week, hut did not (itlto flnlidi. IIIh
wits went over 40 IiiihIioIb to thu
lie re. All li In grain Ih i;ood.
Mllllcan'fl hired men have heeu
busy hauling hay from thu Jim Hoitt
Kdghort Dyer mado n trip to Ilcnd
the paHt week, Mrn, Dyer Htuyed with
MrH. F. (1. ICIgor durliu; IiIb nhsoui-o,
MrH. II. II. Conway vlfllted with
the Vernon (!lovoliKrs recently.
Wulter Mllllcnu and Hooper Dyer
wero visitors ut the Conuwuy homo
evening the pant week.
Walter Hoflund, from tho Stanley
ranch, wan an nil night guest nt tho
Mllllran ranch recently.
Mrs. I.. I. Hooney la giving Opnl
Counway iiiuhIc InRHOiiH on the piano.
Mr. and Mrn. II. II. Conuwuy from
Mllllcun and II. It. Couawuy from
lloml, vlHltod ut tho F. 0. Klgor homo
recently. II. II. Counway is ilie
father of Mrti, Klgor and II, II. Cou
nway. V. M. Spencer, who mih (implo)od
ut llenil, liim returned to li Ih Iioiiio-
Hteud for ii Hhort Htuy.
Mrs. I,. II. Sihmorl nnd children
urn again Maying on their homimtead.
.Mr. Schmorl hi h t 111 employed ut
Mr. and MrH. F. (1. Klgor were Ih
llorH at tho A. I). Norton' homo tho
.MrH. Klgfr visited with tho Con
MrH. II. II. Conuwuy culled on Mm.
I' II. Johnson one day Iiih week.
Mih. Geo. ItoherlH and iluiiKhter,
Florenee, hnvo returned Inline ufter
a two weekH' iiIinoiiho. One week
Mm. ltohortH nnd daughler, visited
Willi a friend near llenil nnd
Wm. A. Itahn had chargo of L. A.
Unll's team tlio past week while Mr.
Hull was helping Stanley Smith
Mr. nnd MrH. Spencer, Mr. unci
MrH. Vnn CIcnve, W. M. Sponcor and
Mrn, L. II, Schmorl mado n trip to
I'rlnovillo Wednesday, In Mr. Spou
Mr. Cooper from Ilcnd got his
horses Tuesday from tho F. Tnus
chcr place. Mr. TnuHchor had them
tho grontor purl of tho winter.
will not ho delayed.
Misses James, Lilly and Dean wero
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Fllck
Inger last Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Griffin and children
left last Friday for a thrco wpeks'
visit with friends and relatives at
O. II. Norcutt nnd family were vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Gillctto a row days
Tumalo farmers havo ordorcd n car
load of land plaster which will arrlvo
within n fow weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover McAllister
called on L. II. Hoots lust Monday.
Alex. Hoot, C. II. Spuugh and Al-
hort McGuiro wero Ilcnd visitors on
It, II. llayloy was hauling hay to
tho Tumalo Irrigation Co.'s Intako
0. W. Snyder nnd Mr. Hayloy havo
heun cutting their winter wood tho
Iva Snyder was a visitor at Mr.
Hold's last Monday.
All who nttended tho dance given
at tho Tumalo hall on tho 22nd, ro
port a good tlmo.
SNOW IN MOUNTAINS
THE DEEPEST EVER
(Special to Tho Ilullctln.)
CLOVKKDALK. Or.. Foh. 2C.
Mrs. CoIHiih mado a huslncsH trip to
I'rlnovillo one dny Inst week.
Mrs. Miller and Fny wore sick with
In grlppo last week, hut nro hotter
ut this writing, .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold attend
ed the dance ut Tumulo last Thurs
Mr. Peterson mado a trip to Hand
Inst week and took MrH. I'oterson'H
mint, MrH. Holly, who has heeu visit
ing thorn for some time.
MrH. Skoltou Is visiting relatives In
Mrs. Green Ilcurd Is quite sick with
H. I), Woodworth Iiiih returned
homo from Portland, whore ho has I
(Special to Tho Uulletln.)
PHINGLK FLATS Foh. 18. K.
K. Varco in feeding stock ut tho
Sell incur pluco.
Mrs. Sam Kennedy Is recovering
from her recent Illness.
Thu snow is slow in leaving tho
high desort. Tho roads nro still
blocked with It.
MrH. Eli Wilson nnd Mrs. Stetson
returned Tuesday from llend witli a
load of supplies.
Walter Hansom recently traded
ouo of his horses for a fine Jersey
cow and cair.
Mr, Ilunsom, who has boon visit
ing his wife and children, returned
Inst wenk to his work In Portland.
P ,G. Hompul Is away on a trip to
Mrs. Dell Davis entertained tho
Wlilto Deposit Eight l'cct In Depth
Ik Reported by Trnppcr ut
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Wlillo Bend snow has ceased to
ho a hlndranco to pedestrians In tho
city, four feet nt Ulg Itlvcr, six feet
at Crnno Prairie, nnd eight feet at
Cultus Lake, Is tho fnl lrcportcd this
morning to Forest Supervisor Hast
ings by Forest Hanger Burton Ohno.
A trip made by Jim Chllders, Cultus
Lako trapper, from his cnbln, to
Crnno Pralrlo yesterday, a dlstanco
of only seven miles, took tho veteran
woodsmnn tho cntiro day.
Foresters report that tho snow Is
lying decpor In tho mountains than
at any tlmo last winter, arguing well
for the water supply for tho coming
been visiting with his parents fori J:?'11''?' Country club Wedncsdny.
Homo tlmo. Airs, woodworm will
A fow of tho Cloverdnlo Indies met
at Mrs. Vnu Mntro's ptaco last Wed
nesday for tho purposo of organizing
a Indies' club, but on account of Its
being so Rtrnmy tliero woro fow pros-
out. They will meet nt Mrs. Grubes'
mid finish tho organization this Wed
nesday. MessrH. Templeton, Fryrenr nnd
Hudson Hhlpped In cattlo from tho
valley last weok.
Tho Cloverdnlo Athletic club fin
ished their last sports of the hciisoii
Friday night, Tho Kcdmond and
Cloverdnlo glrlH played basketball on
Friday night, nt Cloverdnlo. Tho
Cloverdnlo girls won tlio gnmo by n
score of 18 to 1. They now hold tho
chninploiiHlilp of Central Oregon, Af
ter tho gnmo thoro worn thrco boxing
mutches, one wrestling match, a big
supper mill a dance. The boxing
matches wero between Furl Miller
nnd Holland Crow, Harold Kline mid
Arthur Gruho, and Kid Kline nnd
Vim Wilson, All tlirco wont
drnw. In tho wrestling match
Van Matro took tho decision
ChaH. Abbey, of Heilmniid, A
crowd from SIstorH attended.
Tiny Vnlontincs woro given nu favors
with n delicious lunch,
Tlio noxt meeting of tho Ladles'
Country club will bo held ut tho
Prlngln Flat hall on February 28.
All tlio ladles nro requested to con
tribute townrd tho lunch.
(Special to Tho Hulletln.)
TUMALO, Feb. 2C A rlbhlt drlvo
waH held In tlio Couch neighborhood
liiHt Saturday. In tho courso of the
drlvo, Grover Corking had the mis
fortune of having one of his valuable
horses' legs broken by n fall.
At tlio regular meeting of tho Tum
ulo Fair association Inst Saturday. F.
II. Wilson wiih ro-elected pruHldout
and F N. Wullnco sccretury for tho
Last Friday and Saturday this sec
tion wiih vlHltod by tho heaviest snow
of tho scnsim. Snow wus reported
to havo fallen to a depth of sixteen
Mra. F. N. Wnllaco entertained tho
Tllllcum Literary club lust Saturday
Olio i afternoon. Iho Minn linlni? iimul In
week they visited with Mr. mid MrH. I tlio study of nrt. After tho progrum
j u. Alien, in noun. I delicious refreshments wero served
Leo TatiHihor culled nt It H. Ivel-' by the hostess, assisted by Misses
ler mid P. II. Johnson humus Satur- Ihllth mid Kthel Ilayles.
"' Owllli: to tho heiivv minw In thin
MrH. It. It Keller and children vIh- hpciIoti. miuiw iiIhwm imv, i.,...i. ,-,,.. ,
Itoil with Mih. P. II. Johnson Mon- over tho ronds ho Hint the cars haul
day nfternoon. n; the children to mid from school of
THE PORTLAND HOTEL
The Hose City's worltMiimutl hotel, occu
pying an entire block. All Outside
rooms. Superior dining and grill ser
vice. An atmosphere of refinement,
with a Service of courtsey.
European l'lan; Sl.flO and Up
lUCHAUD W. CllILDS. Manager
mocu the wist spending of one's moocy nuking cvtry dolls do full duty
nd getting In return an Article that will ntldy you la every way.
U a real bargsla because It U soli t popular
price l because It give you the kind ol sewing
you delight In) because It will tura out the woek
quickly and thoroughly and give you a life time
oi utuiictory servlcei because its Improvements
will enable you to da thing which can't be done
on any other machine j became It will please you
with Its fine finish and beauty of its furniture.
In short you will find (be Vhlte reliable and
desirable from every point of view.
Be sure to tee the MThlte dealer who will be glad to show you bow good a
machine the White Is. If there Is no White dealer handy, write us direct for cat
alogs. we do not sell to catalog home. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Machines.
iiinri? ckiiiiu1 in AnnihlK nr nr nm? Anm
c irieeev. jurmu mniuiiii. uu, i-y ilxiu, j.
von kali: iiy m:.u la'ii.MTi'iu: a).
OP SEED POTATOES
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
(Ily Unltcl frwi to The Unity Ilullctln)
Development of tho seed potntn in
dustry In this section Is uracil In tho
latest iiowb letter to ho soul out from
tho offlco of tlio sccrctnry of tho
Deschutes Valley Potato (Irowors as
sociation. Tho letter In full follows:
"Kcdmond, Or., Fob. 24, 1917.
Ovortures havo boon mado to tho
peoplo In tho vicinity of Tumnlo, Tor
rebonno and llend to Join tho associa
tion. Our association docs not boloiiR
to Hodmond, It envors tho Deschutes"
valley In Crook and Deschutes coutf
tlcs, and will servo nil tho localities
therein. Already sovoral from tho
llend district nnd from Tcrrobonno
have Joined, nnd brunch loading sta
tions will bo established thoro. Wo
now have 81 mombers.
"Our reputation In tho "Illuo
Hook" (a kuIiIo of tho producers' as
sociations) is A-l. Our quality is
uuapproaclinhlo. Wo havo tho mak
ing hero of uu important Industry,
but for seed. Our KooKruphiciil sit
uation together with tho cllmnto nnd
altitude nro bin nilvortlsliiR features.
When potatoes on tho market tako
tlio ordinary price, Heed potatoes al
ways sell bettor. Vaklma grows mnny
more times tho potatoes than wo,
but nliout two yeara of their seed, nnd
they havo to send off for seed, Thoy
hiivo been sending to Minnesota. Wo
havo Just sold thorn n cur of Don
chutes Cuius for seed. If it takes
well, thoro Is n fill uro clone nl hand.
"On good authority wo mo advised
that Texas will tako 10 or lft curs
of Kurly Ohio Hoed potatoes from
our organization noxt year, mid l-nv
2G pur cent more for them.
"Threo curs wero sold on tho 13th
this month nt $3.35 cwt. Tho
HTIIAIIOHN FUND CIKOWK
(From Tuesdny's Dally.)
(Klamath Fnlls Herald'
Thrco moro subscription to
railroad fund aro announced today by
Chns, W. Kberlcln.
W. Paul Johnson left this morning
for San Francisco for tho purposo of
raising moro funds, nnd Captain J,
W. Slemcnts expects to leavo In tho
morning for tho samo purpose.
Tho subscription wero:
Joo McDonald $500.00
It, II. Dunbar 100.00
Chas. W. Thomas 1C.00
. W. I'OSTIMl IIKAIKS OHOAXI.A
'JIO.V, NITKCTKI) LAST XIOIIT
IVITII ill NKW MKMHKH.S
THUSTKKS TO HI3 NAMIM).
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2835 RhoIIlold Ave., Chicago, III.,
writing your iinmo nnd address clear
ly. You will rccolvo in return a trial
packago containing Foloy's Honey
and Tnr Compound, for coughs,
colds, croup; Foley Kidney Pills, nnd
Foley Cnthnrtlc Tablets. Sold every
(From Tuesday's Dall.)
Formal organization of Des
chutes Trlho No. G7, Improved Order
of Hod Men, was effected last night,
In tho Council Chambers of tho
O'Kano building, under tho direction
of L. II. Hnmlg, Grand Chlof of tho
Records of tho State, acting as chief
installing offlcor. Ho was assisted
by J. O. Huffman, of La Pino, Deputy
Head Sachem, and J. A. Donovan,
Prophot. Thirty-four members wero
taken in, and 10 names remain to
bo passed on at a meeting to ho held
in tho council chambers next Monduy
Tho folowlng officers woro elected,
to bo confirmed at Monday nights
meeting: Sachom, 0. W. Foster;
Sonlor Sagamore, Dr. Dwlglit F. Mil
ler; Junior Sngnmorc, Dr. H. D.
Ketchum; Chief of HccordB, K. D.
Qllson; Ounrd, Ucorgo F, Ashby;
Guard of tlio Forest, Joseph Slater;
First Saniuip, O. F. Drum; Second
Sannup, Dan Wodds; Prophet, J. A.
A Bpcclnl meeting will bo held Sat
urday night In tho council chnmhors,
for tho purpose of electing three
trustees, nnd n full attendance Is re
quested nt this us well as at tho
STORIES OF INDIA
TOLD BY SPEAKER
Mrs. Ij. A. Holltmny Relates Kv.
pcrlcnccs to Audience t Hippo
drome Musical Program.
(From Tuesdny's Dally.)
Speaking at tho Hlppodromo last
night, Mrs. L. A. Holloway gavo an
Informal lecturo on hor oxporlcces
in India, describing tho native life,
tho casto Bystom, and tho wild Ilfo of
tho Jungles. Sho dwolt upon tho
treatment of widows by tho Hindus,
and emphasized tho need of medical
knowledge nmong a majority of tho
poople. For tho benefit of hor
younger hearers, sho told a vurlcty
of animal stories, basod on actual
hearers, sho told a variety of animal
stories, based on actual occurrences
durlgn her stay in India.
Completing tho ovonlng, wero ex
cellent musical selections given by
her two daughters.
For farm land loans sco J, Hvnn
& Co. Adv.
ONE CENT A WORD Is all a little
Want Ad will cost you.
A doslrablo bread knifo froo with
ovcry nnnual subscription to Tho
Anil Investigate our priced
before buying your groceries.
Wo can hiivo you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcan. Oro. Tclonhono
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
ucwk? BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
car of seed to Yiiklinn brought $3.75
yestordny. Tho market Is still vory
strong, with no Indication of n de
cline, us yet.
"During this high price period, nnd
sometimes us n general mutter of
farm practice, tho good-sized pota
toes uro sold and tho small ones
used for seed. Jiut n word of cau
tion. Don't sell tho other follow
your best stuff, whllo you plant tho
culls nnd then expect to hold his trade
mul keep It up. Hemomher that wo
uro trying to bo tho best potato pro
ducers mul thoro Is none too good
for our own uso. Wo hnvo n futuro
hero, n good Industry, and let us not
wreck It my n short-sighted policy.
"Five men have ueon selected to
promoto tho production of Certlflod
Potato Seed In this section. One
man has been chosen from Tumalo,
Powell Hutto, Hodmond, Lower
Bridge nnd Torrobonuo. These mon
will plant tho samo variety, give
caroful cultivation, weed nut those
not true to typo, hill select in tho fall
and after two or threo Inspections
by ii college officer, tho potatoes will
bo certified and sealed. Koxt year
It Is planned to eulargo tho scope of
tho work. Tho advantage of produc
ing this kind of seed la quite appar
Tho county agent's offlco Is plan
ning together with others interested,
n potato contest of such proportions
that this Industry will bo featured at
tho fairs in tho fall, mid the produc
tion of standard varieties of better
grado and quality will bo encouraged.
Yours very truly,
U. II. PARSONS,
Mgr. Deschutes Valley Potato
It. A. M.ANCHARI).
County Agricultural Agent.
The Kind Your Stock Needs. Made in Bend.
For Dairy Cows, Hogs, Horses, ana Sheep. Ours is the only plant in
Central Oregon equipped to turn out these products, and our prices
make it possible for you to use them advantageously. We also have
ready Alfalfa Chicken Mash, Chicken Scratch Food, Chick Food, Calf
Meal, and a complete stock of all feeds needed in Central Oregon.
The Highest Grade only of second cutting alfalfa is used for all our
mixed ration foods.
Don't subscribe to popular fallacies
FACE THE FACTS
Meat contains GO per cent water.
Potatoes, 75 per cent water.
Milk SO to 90 per' cent water.
Flour, 13Vi per cent water.
A pound of meat costs 20 and 25 cents.
A pound of flour costs four cents. And yet there is more en
ergy in a pound of flour than in a pound of beef.
REAL ECONOMY MEANS THE USE OF MORE FLOUR '
WHEAT FLOUR Cheapest and best food. U. S. test proves it
Deschutes Spray and True Blue Flours make the finest tasting
bread on the market, because they are made from the highest crade
wheat obtainable. b
FARMERS: Inquire about our re-cleaned seed before vou do
your Spring seeding. J
Ueef, sirloin . . 410
Mutton, leg . 445
Pork, loin . 1035
llutter . .. . 1365
Ilr'kfast foods 14S9
Potatoes . 2950
Ileans, dried 3040
Wheat Flour 6540
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Farmers' Uulletln No. 142.
Energy Musclo and Strength Giv
Ouo pound of Deschutes Spray Flour,
costing 3 to 4 cents, will go as far
as two pouuds of meat, coating 20
to 25 cents per pound.
Bend Flour Mill Company