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IHSND UUM.KTIN, IlKNI), OltKGON, THURSDAY, MARCH H, 1017.
(Special to Tho Bullolm.)
8ISTBRB. March G.Klblo Taylor,
who has has had an operation, In tho
Ilcnd Hospital, haa returned homo.
Ho la recovering nicely from tho op
eration. . ...
11. Armstrong, who has been living
on tho Mat. Kullah ranch, has rented
n ranch near Turaalo and la preparing
to movo onto It. Tho Allen brothers
havo rented tho Kullah ranch.
C 8. Woods Is In Portland with a
car load of stock.
nnmn Warden Hadlor. of Tho
Dalles, was In town this week look
ing for violators of tho game laws.
Tho big deer hunt that ho was look
ing for, turned out to be n coyoto
liunt. and Mr. Hadloy returned to
Pmintv Agriculturalist II. A.
Itlnnrhnn! and Prof. Nash, of Red
mond high school, gave Tory Inter
esting lectures at uxo iTcsoyionan
church Wednesday evening. I'rof.
Xnsh'u sublcct was. "Tho Trained
Mind." and Mr. Ulanchard spoko to
thn fnrmprH of "Co-Operation."
Mrs. Hardy Allen entertained tho
ladles of tho town at a sowing oeo.
Luncheon was seryed after tho sow
ing and OTcry ono had a pleasant
afternoon. . . .
Tho stockholders or tno bisters
Fair Association mot Saturday, March
3, and elected officers for tho en
duing year and discussed plans for
Hoy. J. Edward Dlalr held services
In tho Presbyterian church Sunday
rvenlng After tho service a meeting i
was called to plau lor some special
evangelistic! sorvlcos In tho church
here. It was decided to begin tho
services two weeks from dato.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Spoo spent the
week end at the homo of Mrs. Spoo's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tompleton.
Arllo Oaster was up from the Me
tollus river this weok.
our community In tho way of farm
Karl Wood passed Sunday at homo.
Ho Is an omployo of tho Horn! mills.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Callan. of Cllno
Falls, passed tho week end at tholr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gomors.
Honor ltoll of School: Thoso
neither absont nor tardy during tho
last month aro. Dorrls Doty. Llnalloy
HowlnB, Blanch Motcalf. Kbby Mot
calf. Frances Wood. Clarenco Whit-
tcmoro. Dona Whlttothoro. Ella Con
way, John Conway. aeneviovo nx
has been absent from school for tho
Inst week on account of sickness.
Pleasant Itldge school will havo
tho new boll Installed noxt week nnu
then no ono will bo lato.
Tho eighth graders aro beginning
Ihotr revlow work now, whloh means
many weeks of good hard work.
Literary society meets noxt Friday
Wayno Chase and Huby Conway
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo
Graves at Tcthorow Uutto last Sun
KET ENABLES US TO
PAY YOU A HIGHER
PRICE FOR CREAM.
We nml 10,000 poumtt
mme butter ll each
month, and moresno
limit to out chujning
Cll or wikf, nd we
will eiplain our new
We te gain to put
iKii maracry on the
Oregon Farmers' Creamery
Mr, nntl Mrs. Wadu Monro wort)
visitors lit thin vicinity last Friday.
Mm, llort MooUb nnd chlldnm worn
Sunday visitors ttt tho homo of 0, J.
Cecil Illttmnn In visiting nt thu
homo nt his parents, Mr, nnd Mm.
Carl I Unman, this week.
H. W. Host, of Htnuffor, passed
through huro Tuesday, being on hlii
way to Itond.
Joint Carros was a visitor nt tho
llrlckoy ranch Tuesday.
llort Mecka visited with John Will
iams last Friday.
Jlmmla llrlckoy was an all-night
visitor nt John Perry's, In Hurprlso
Valley last Friday.
Clins, James mado a huulncss trip
to Silver Crook last weok.
Horace Brookings was n business
visitor at Hampton last Tuesday,
Pugo Stautfor visited soveral days
thin week with Wm, Hoist.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
TUMALO, March . L. (J. Bityltw,
brother of (I, W. Bayltm,, of Tuiiialn,
nnd K. A. Ilitmny, (if Do Boktiu, Col
orado, have boon visiting hunt fur
sovtirul tluys. Mr. Iliunoy oxpools to
locntn lit Oregon.
Ray Brown was visiting friends In
Prluovlllo last Saturday and Sunday.
Hudson Barkloy, of Bend, haa
moved onto hla ritnch north of Turn
alo. Mr. Lucas, of Hood Illvnr, Is visit
Ing his lirothor-ln-law, Fred Wallace,
of this ptaco.
Thn Tumaln schools woro cloned
last week on account of tho heavy
snow, but woro reopened lust Mon
day. Harry McOitlro has recently pur
chased thu Joint Krupp pliton.
Mr, nnd Mrs. John Marsh wont lit
(Contlnntiil on pugo 8 )
And Investigate our price
before buying your KToccrlc.
Wo can fiavo you money.
Mllllcan, Ore. Telcpttono
(Special to The nullelln.)
PLEASANT RIDQE, March 5. A
number of the Pleasant Kldgo farm
ers have been- making raids on tho
Jack rabbits this week. C. D. Jarrot
reports excellent success In poison
ing rabbits. Several others have been
nolsonlng also. Mr. Armstrong and
Claudo Mallery havo been catching
large numbers, with their hbunds,
slnco tho deep snow.
Ben McCaffery. of Los Angeles,
was hero visiting with friends this
Mr. Warner la buying cows this
week. He Intends to keep a small
dairy, Instead of selling his hay.
Tho Redmond Baptist Missionary
society mot with Mrs. H. C. Doty this
week. Quito a largo crowd attended.
It is reported that Claudo Mallery
Intends to buy a few hundred sheep
to feed his hay to.
Jake Peterson waa a business vis
itor in Bend Wednesday.
J. A. Chase, son Wayne, and Jew
Armstrong were Bend visitors last
M. D. Wood, the government trap
per, has a lino of traps out, and Is
catching a number of coyotes and
Prof. Nash, of tho Redmond High
school and County Agriculturalist
Blanchard wore visiting at the Pleas
ant Ridge school Friday afternoon.
Mr. Nash Is endeavoring to put be
fore the peoplo tho object of the mod
ern high school, which ho says Is to
prepare the boys and girls of our
country to battle with the problems
of every day life. Mr. Blanchard Is
doing somo vory effectlvo work In
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
MILLICAN. Feb. 28. -Wm. Ralm.
Frank Leo and Oeo. Cook were call
ers at the J. J. Holland homo Tues
day. R. R. Keller called at tho Charles
Oroffcnborgor homo Wedncsdny.
Dr. C. M. Rosin visited with tho
Leo Kollor family Tuesday.
Mr. Grlnstcd and family moved
back onto their homestead recently.
Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Kollor and
chlldron called on tho J. J. Hollands
Stanley Smith's threshing Is now
finished, his wheat going 25 bushels
to the acre.
Wm. Rahn called on tho J. J. Hol
Leo Keller waa a caller at the R.
R. Keller home Thursday.
Geo. Cook called on the Hollands
L. A. Hall and Roy Keller had
lunch with Eric Hostelund on Thurs
day. Our new mall carrlors aro hinder
ed qulto a bit by tho deep snow, In
carrying mall on schedule time.
L. A. Hall called at tho R. R. Kollor
B. B. Conaway called on C. M.
J. J. Holland visited with Leo
Tauscher Saturday and partook of
a bachelor dinner.
On. account of stormy weather, tho
danco at B. B. Conaway's on Feb. 22
was not attended very well.
C. M. Rosin bought a horso from
B. B. Conaway tho past week.
J. J. Holland and son, Joseph, had
dinner with the R. R. Keller family
Mr. Grlnstcd mado a trip to Bond
this week with his auto, but was un
hblo to return with same, being
obliged to hlro a team at Bend to
Gladys Norton has bean out of
school with pink eye.
Tho Witte chlldron have been
home with some kind of a rash, the
exact nature of which has not been
manifested. Mr. GrlnBted's little boy
is sick with the same malady.
The Mllllcan school has been closed
for the prosont, thoro being too much
snow for most of tho chlldron to at
tond. B. B. Conway and family will soon
leave for Bend.
Monday, tho people of Mllllcan
valley held tholr first rabbit drive.
As all tho people had not been noti
fied, tho drivo was not assucceMful
as It might have been, but even so,
1G5 rabbits wero killed In the cor
ral, and a doion or more whllo break
ing through tho lino. Soveral women
also took part, In splto of tho deep
Horaco Cook mado a trip to tho
Roebcckor placo Tuesday.
Stanley Smith called on tho Geo.
Cook family recently.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ream nnd
daughter, Floronco, called at tho
Fntnk Loo homo Sunday.
Joo Holland visited with Waltor
nnd Roy Kollor Monday.
J. J. Holland la busy (muling wood.
Tho now Federal Farmers' Loan
Association, organised at Mllllcan re
cently, will meet at tho store Saturday-
. . .
Unfortunately for P. II. Johnson
nnd tho community In general, tho
piston rod In Mr. Johnson's pump
broke whllo pumping water Tuesday.
It Is hoped It can bo repaired with
out much dolay.
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
ITick BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
fj SSj O. S. HUDSON, President
2J&& U. C. COE. Vlco Prosldont
E. A. BATHER, Vice Prea.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON, Fob. 26. The Hamp
ton mall routo changed last Monday.
Instead of coming from Prlnevlllo, It
rnnimi directly from Bond.
Mnbol Strecter proved up on her
homestead bofore Commissioner A
S. Foe last Tuesday.
Hugh Crow started for Bend nfter
Mrs. Jlmmlo Brlckcy spent Friday
night with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Dunn, of Imperial.
Burr and Josao Black mado a trip
to Leo's, after seed rye Saturday.
Tom Dunn spent Saturday night
at Leo Rlggs.
Davo Spurbcck returned to his
homestead last Saturday.
C. B. Harmon started for Bond
Mabel Strcotor spont Saturday
night at Mrs. M. II. Crow's.
Darlo Burton called on Mrs. Crow
Harry Rovello spont Friday night
with Leo Rlggs.
Messrs. Drake nnd Hawthorne
woro Hampton Valley callers Friday.
Mrs. Bcntzon spont Sunday with
Mrs. A. 8. Fogg.
Mrs. C. II. Harmon spont Thurs
day afternoon at Mrs. Black's.
Emll Van Lake visited at Hamp
J. P. Wllqult started for Bend on
I A meeting of the Farm Loan As
sociation was held at Hampton storo
i on Tuesday. Quito a number at-
tended from all over the valley.
Charley O'Velley waa a Hampton
Iko Zeroplh mado a trip to Horn-
Lorlnila Crow called at I). Dunn's,
of Imperial, Sunday afternoon.
Lee Rlggs spont Wednesday nt J.
1 Mrs. Fogg anil Mrs. Bentzon called
I on Mrs. Black Sunday.
Mrs. Cody and son, of Imperial,
wore Hampton callers Friday.
Hurley Hoguo took the mall man
out to Rrothors Thursday.
Claud Smith nnd Norvlllo Brown
are hauling hay to Norvlllo Brown's
place In tho lower part of thu valloy.
The Kind Your Stock Needs. Made in Bend.
For Dairy Cows, Hogs, Horses, and 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 Gradeonly of second cutting alfalfa is used for all our
mixed ration foods.
Don't subscribe to popular fallacies
FACE THE FACTS
E. M. LARA. Cashier
L. G. McREYNOLDS, Asst, Cashier
B. A. STOVER.Aset. Cashier
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Capital fully paid - - - 125.000
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON BUTTE. Fob. 22.
Quite a bit of snow fell here the last
Edwin Schrodor and Miss Bertha
Graham attended the dance ut Dry
Lake last Friday night.
Chas. Davis, of Stauffer, Is haul
ing hay, which ho bought from V.
Meat contains 60 per cent water.
Potatoes, 75 per cent water.
Milk 80 to 90 per cent water.
Flour, 13 VJs 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 FLOUK 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 grado
FARMERS: Inquire about our re-cleaned seed before you do
your Spring seeding.
IT. R. Department of Agriculture
Farmers' Bulletin No. 142.
Energy Muscle nnd Strength Giv
Ono pound of DcHrluitcH Hprny Flour,
costing 3 to 4 cents, will go ns far
us two pounds of meat, costing 20
to 25 cents pur pound,
Bend Flour Mill Company
Beer, sirloin . 410
Mutton, leg 445
Milk . 1030
Pork, loin .. 1035
Chovsu . 1185
Hr'kfust foods 1480
Beans, dried 3040
Wheat Flour 0540
S YOU will hace
a large amount oj
surplus hay; this fall
and as this (Bank
has a large amount
of surplus money,
we desire to loan
you $100,000 to
purchase cattle or
suep to eat pour
-"IfLyou are Inter'
estedall or Write
TE FIRST NATIONAL! BANK OF BEND
IF YOU TOIL FOR A LIVING
Do you know that the State of Oregon has spent approximately half a million dollars in reclaiming
several thousands of acres of the best land in Deschutes county, so that YOU may have a place to call
home, and at the same time be independent of boss or landlord?
There is absolutely no guesswork as to the value of these lands. Loan companies are right now
making loans on lands in this-project, and placing a value of $75.00 per acre thereon. This means that
every acre which carries a water right is actually worth $100.
The State of Oregon is today offering 40, 80 or 1G0 acres at $40 per acre for land that is irrigated;
one-tenth down, the balance spread over 20 years, and with two full crop years coming between the first
and second payments.
COME TODAY and make application. I assure you that the offer cannot long remain open, for
the lands to be sold this year will soon be taken.
JUST THINK! First class IRRIGATED LAND, seven to ten miles from Bend, for .ylO.OO per acre.
This is an opportunity that will present itself only once in a lifetime.
Tumalo Land Sales Office
PRESS BUILDING, BEND, OREGON