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BEND nUr.LKTIN, 1IBNI), OKKGON, Tlll'IlMDAV, AIMUIi ll, 1017.
(Special (o Tho Dullotln.)
HAMPTON, April 13. Norvlll
Drown spent SAturdny night nt tho
lico RIrrr place. Ho was returning
Lorn Crow called on Mrs. E. M.
Pock Saturday. .
Mrs. Wm. Swircy returned to
Hampton wWlday, utter an nbsenco
of several months.
Jcsso Ulack and Walter Harrison
mndo a trip to tho Nincty8lx Hnnch
Iko Zcrolph returned from Broth
Newton Wells is doing some plow
ing for Rlggfl this week.
Kenneth Hunting started to Dcnd
Perry Croaa, ot Imperial, was a
Hampton caller Tuesday.
Black Bros, and Harrison purchas
ed 19 head ot cattle from Davidson
Lor a Crow and Darlo Burton called
at Potcr's Monday.
Leo Kiggs and Claud Smith wont
to Brothers Monday to rldo tor soma
of Rlggs' horses.
Jim Dunn spent Tuesday night
with Iko Zeroplh.
A largo herd ot cattle belonging
to Gilchrist arc being fed at the
mouth of Llxzard creek.
Mrs. M. II. Crow and daughtor,
Lorlnda. visited at Van Sako's on
Mr. and Mrs. Mussor nro nt homo
now. Mr. Best moved tholr house
hold goods up last Friday.
J. H. Hasslor is doing uotno sued
lng for Mr. McQco.
Cecil Hubbard Is helping U.
Forbes with his clearing.
Charles Best entered school last
Monday, bringing tho school nttond
nnco up to 14.
A numbor ot ranchers nro dolus
their spring plowing.
Most ot tho snow, which has laid
on tho ground since tho latter iwt
of November, has gono tn tho valloy,
but tho hills aro quite white yet.
(Special to Tha Bulletin.)
LOST CUEKIC. April 10. John
nlo Pratt has gono to Bend to trans
Earl Rogers was a business vis
itor at the Young homo ono day last
Kenneth Helm was an over-night
guest ot Lloyd Forbes last Thursday.
Edgar Ltrcsey was a recent visitor
In Bond. Ho brought homo a load
Robert Young helped Earl Rogers
toll soma trcos tho latter part nt
O. McLouth hauled a load ot hay
from Hampton for 0. R. Yonng.
S. W. Best brought a load of sup
plies from Buck creek tho latter part
of last week.
Rcaso Smith is herding sheep oror
1)7 Pilot Lako.
Robert McLouth and Fred Stauf
fcr took a pleasuro trip over oast ot
tho Buttes last Sunday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
LOWER BRIDGE, April 13. A. 8.
Holmes, Gus Stadig and C. F. Hos
ktiiB. tho road committee for straight
ening tho Lower Bridge-Redmond
road, woro In Bend Tuesday. They
succeeded in getting tho county court
to set nsldo S00 to bo matched by
an equal sum for work on tho road.
Practically all Lower Bridgo pcoplo
obsorved Arbor Day, by mooting at
tho school with well-filled baskets
for n community dinner. Thoro was
n short, but good, program by tho
school children, after which tho
young men had a gamo of basket
ball. Thoro nlso was a road meeting
hold, and a water meeting. Ryo
grnss was owed In tho school yard
and a row of poplar trees planted.
Mr. Hunt, from N'obraska, has been
visiting with his son, Dennis Hunt.
Whllo here, they bought tho Frank
Bonnefclt plnco at Clovordale.
L. A. Hunt was In Redmond last
Miss Marlon Hosklns taught tho
Lower Bridgo school on Monday, bo
causo ot tho absence ot Miss Neal
olgh. A committee consisting of C. F.
Hosklns, L. A. Hunt and Joo How
ard, mot with tho Clovordale water
usors Wednesday evening to try to
consolidate tho two wator associa
tions. Favorable action was takon.
Mrs. Harrington, who has been III
for somo time, Is considerable bettor.
Fred Walters was in Redmond
Thursday and brought out a load ot
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hosklns wero
in Redmond Tuesday on business.
A. J. Fuller traded his Forrt for
Sandy Scott's Overland car last m ))-.
L. F. Rico was In Redmond FrMuy.
Russell Chapman took a load ot
KET ENABLES US TO
PAY YOU A HIGHER
PRICE FOR CREAM,
Wenml 10,000 poundi
mora butter (at each
month, and mote:. ..no
limit to out churning
Call or wtite, and we
will tiplaia our new
We ate going to put
thii creamery on the
Oregon Farmers' Creamery
ii . . .
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
potntoes to Redmond Tuesday.
Loron Campbell was In Redmond
BRICK BUILDINCIS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
gcT!11 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
(Special to Tho Bullotin.)
HAMPTON BUTTK. April 14. J.
M. Brlckey and son, Jtmmto, mndo a
trip to Bend last weok to got somo
John Williams took Wrny's stago
tor Bend yesterday, on routo to Jul
W ray's stngo Is on tho road again
notweon Bond and Burns. Thoy ex
pect to put on n dally stago. Ed.
Rhonolds, ot Portland, la driving one
ot tho cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Bort Meoks nnd chil
dren visited nt tho homo of Wm.
Hoist last Sunday.
Jas. Wells Is working for Horace
Brookslngs during seeding.
Alox. McKoown returned from
Bond last Tuesday, whero ho had
been called by tho Illness of his sou,
John Williams took a mining claim
at Glass Buttes and did his assess
ment work thoro last week.
Mr. Russell, of Misery Flats, took
Wrny's stago for Bond last Wednes
day. Most farmers hero aro putting In
tholr spring grain.
Mrs. J. M. Brickoy visited with
Mrs. B. Meoks last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmla Brlckay and
Jim Dunn autood to Bond Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Whltakor woro
visitors In this vicinity last Tuesday.'
Miss Gertrudo James, who has bcon
attending school in Bond, has re
turned to her homo.
William Hoist mado a trip to
Hompton Tuosday to got two rows
which ho purchnned from Mr. Harri
son. Chnrley Davis, of Htauffor, canto
up Wednesday to got his horses,
which woro "wintered" at tho Brook
Chlra Tinner has gono to Broth
ers for ryo seed.
Edwin Schroder mndo i IiuIu"rs
trip to Bond Suudu, returning on
Mrs. M. W. Bhoppnrd, who has
noon spending tho wlntor lit tho Will
nmottn valley, has returned to hoc
C. J. Stauftor and son, Tod, passed
through horn Wednesday nn Hud"
way to Hampton to get tholr cattla
which thoy wintered at Elmor Pock's
Owing to tho Illness of his son.
Samuel, Alex. McKoown wan called
to Bond this week,
Hornco Brookings Is seeding tho
last two days.
Produce All the Garden Stuff You Can
in your back lot. Make a garden this year. Have your own peas'
beans, radishes, lettuce and onions. Everybody will be doing it
this year. Do your bit.
The City Authorities say Clean Up Your Premises
We have a complete line of Hoes, Rakes, Spades and Shovels. Get
what you need now.
(Special to Tha Bulletin)
MILLICAN, April 14. L. II. Kel
ler visited at tho J. J. Holland homo
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. (Jllmnro and Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson, (mm Bond, spent
Enstor Sundny at Mllllcan.
Mrs. Huckill and three children,
who hayo boon In Washington with
Mr. Huckill tho past flvo months,
returned to their homestend Wednes
day with P. B. Johnson.
H. W. Prosloy called at tho Geo.
Conk homo Saturday.
A girl baby was horn to Mr. and
Mrs. Krnost Edmonds Tuesday, April
10. Mrs. Edmonds In very III, Miss
Fnlth Israel, Mrs. Wltham and Dr.
C. M. Rosin aro in attendance. Mr.
Edmonds expects his fnthor, Rov.
Edmonds, front Idaho, horu soon.
Mrs. Ellinbcth J. Stuart, from Col
orado, where sho has boon staying
with a son, Is visiting with her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Gurnoy, slnco Thursday.
Mcndamos P. B. Johnson and It. R.
Keller called at tho Ernest Edmonds
George and Karl Powers canto out
from Bend Thursday to do tholr
seeding on their respective homesteads.
Mrs. L, Kchmorl has linen III this
Opal Connwny was sick several
Opal Conawny was nick several
days this week. Hho Is staying nt
the A. I). Norton homo during her
Mrs. II. E, Smith was visiting with
Mrs. P. B. Johnson Friday, while Mr.
Smith wan Instnllliig tho switch (or
the telephone (Inn. going tn tho ran
ger station nt Plttn Mountain, in tho
P. II, Johnson homo,
Mrs. It. It, Keller railed nn Mrs.
P. B, Johnson Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Grlnntud nnd sou
went to Bend Thursdny, returning
P. II. Johnson nnd It. R. Keller
autood to Bond Friday, returning tho
samo day. Whlln coming homo tlmy
had tho misfortune to break some
thing on tho ntiln, but as Mr, Grin
stod Just cnnio along with his enr, ho
pulled tho Johnson machine home.
Foley Cathartic Tablets thorough
ly cleanse tho bowels, remove undi
gested waste matter, nweeten tho
stomach and tnno up tho liver. Do
not crlnn nor iinujinntii ttlmii n..r.
sons prnlso Foley Cathartic Tablets
iur ma iirui, ircti ami comrortniiie
feeling they bring. Will not addict
you to the "pill habit." Bold every
4. It Is expected that registration
honks will hn opened hero noma limit
Complete supplies fur rcgUtru
ttnu am already on hand In tho
SEEK GARDEN SEEDS
(From Friday's Dally.)
That tho work done by tho O. A.
C.-O.-W. II. & N. food porpnrmlne!
car hi bringing quick results wnn
evidenced today In the run tundn by
school children on tho stock of gov
ernment weeds given Tho Bulletin
for distribution. The supply was
exhausted shortly nftor noon.
Son Edwards for good houio paint
8eo J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
REGISTRY TO START
All Xrcrtumry Huppllrn Nmv On llunil
lu Clerk's Office.
(From Friday's Dully.)
Bccnusn election registrations un
fllo in Prinnvllln covering Deschutes
county, will not hn turned ovor to
tha county clerk hero until Mu 21,
complete rr-reglstriitlon will bo no
rcsHltatod tn allow for a reproseiitn
tlvo vote bolng polled In this umnty
at tho stato election to bo hold Junt.
(Jlml In Irfwrn of It.
Coughs that follow la grippe, or
any deep-seated hacking cough, will
wear down the strongest matt or wo
man If nllowsd to continue. (!.' Smith,
H2I 12th Ht , Augusta, On., writes:
"I got one 28c bottlo of Foley's
Honey and Tar and my cough and
cold Is about well I was glad tn
learn of a great medicine llku that."
Hold everywhere Adv.
Anil Invent I km to our prlrs
lofor liurlug your crweorio.
Wo ran savn you money.
Mllllcan, Ore Telephone
We carry the largest line of
garden tools of any firm in
Central Oregon. You'll want
to be making your garden soon
H jCK i
mgP.ajw: i h.u . ..
Grab The Fly
We received this week the most extensive line of Trout Flies ever
handled in Central Oregon. You can make a selection
from the hundreds of varieties carried by us. We
will help you to make the best selection.
BEND HARDWARE COMPANY.
The Kind Your Stock Needs. Made in Bend.
For Daily 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 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 60 per cent water.
Potatoes, 75 per cent water. '
Milk 80 to 90 per cent water.
Flour, Wj 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 tho finest tasting
bread on the market, because they are made from the highest grade
FARMERS:, Inquire about our re-cleaned seed before you do
your spring Bucuing.
Eggs 385 Bp
Hoof, alrloln .... 410 kSal
Mutton, log 44G MMR. u- & Department of ARrloulturo
Milk 1030 bmmmt I runnora- liuiioun No. 143,
I'ork, loin 103G 9B ( E"rKy MuhcIo nnd BtroiiBth Olv
oi.. k or - V IllK Oualltlnn.
...,. """ ,,... K. Onn pound of DcNrlmtiM Unmv ii,,..-
nr'kfaat "f'o'oda"! 4 8 0 lS 8!!.n5 3. t0 "J""' will Ko n. far
Illco 202S W I . , l'oun(,B 0I tnoat, coBtlnu 20
Pnt.tnm. 90r.O b 1 lU '" -UB V PUIItl,
noana, dried .,..3040
Wheat Flour... .0640
Bend Flour Mill Company