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IlKND IlUMiKTIN, KND, OUKOON, TIU'IIHDAV, MAY 10, tOI7
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(Special to Tha Rullotln.)
Tl'MALO, Mny 7.- Miss Lillian
Keith, tram Northern Minnesota, Is
visiting Mrs. ArmlnU Howard.
A number ot young pooplo of Tum
nlo enjoyed n trip to Mctollus Sat
urday evening. Anionic those who
went wcro Misses Ada Dullard. Ks
thcr Bales, Laura, Marlon and Huth
Bales, and Mr. Churchill, Carl Dram
linll, Oakes Wallace and Mclvln
Carl Marlon, ot Tutnalo, bade his
frlcndB goodbye Sunday nftornoon.
lie Is leaving for Portland to Join the
Ray Clerking. Lcsllo McDanlols and
J. W. Baker Were in Bend last Sat
The County Ourt of Deschutes
county, having awarded tho Tumalo
Fair association $300 to bo spent In
"premiums at the regular annual fair
thsl fall, the, fair board mot Monday
night and arranged to havo tho fair
"books out In the near future.
Mr. Reynolds, who accompanied
Sir. Fish from American Lako, Wash
ington, Is located hero and will be
gin clearing soon.
Miss Ethel Bales came down from
Bend Friday night to visit her par
ents. J. C. Stiles and family have moved
-on tho C. J. Mock place.
Mrs. Blackwood and children, front
Eugene, canio last Saturday night
To join her husband, who has lately
'purchased land on the project.
T. G. Becker and wlto spent last
Saturday In Dend.
J. J. Coon and sister spent last
Sunday visiting relatives on tho high
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cady, from
Bend, visited at tho Cocn homo last
Babe Hutchlngs, of Gist, was vis
iting at tho J. W. Brown homo last
From all reports Lcsllo McDanlols
was tho champion angler on tho rlvor
J. W. linker spent last Sunday nt
It. II. Baylcy's.
for Uontl last Monday, to havo somo
denial work done. She returned yes
terday. Mrs. J. O. Whltakor was a visitor
In this vicinity last Sunday.
Tho Jamos family havo moved to
their homestead noar Mud Springs.
Kdwln Schredor and Hort Mcoka
have gono to Rend for a short stay.
Charles James has gono to Ruck
Creek to work.
v Mr. and Mrs. Wndo Mooro re
turned from Glass Ruttcs Tuesday,
where they visited Mr. Moore's moth
er and brother, who nro quite sick.
Chris Tinner is logging sago brush
soveral days this wcok,
Mrs. J. M. Urlckoy visited with
Mrs. Uort Mceks yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmlo Hrlckey have
moved to their homestead.
Miss Audrey James was a visitor
at tho Brookings store today.
(Spcolal to the Bulletin.)
HAMPTON BUTTE. May 3. Thos.
C Ewing tnado a business trip to
Bend last week.
Jesse Monroo was out to do somo
seeding on his homestead.
Mrs. Jako Rooks took Wray's stage
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
LOST CREEK, May 1. Mr. Stur
gls, ot Suntcr. wns delivering goods
in this vicinity last Friday.
Page Stauftcr has gone to lupine
to work tor Mr. Robinson.
B. F. Rhodes and family came In
from Prlnovlllo last Tuesday and
aro at homo on their homestead.
C. O. Ashby made final proof on
his homestead beforo Commissioner
Sherman, last Wednesday.
Kenneth Helm was a guest ot
Johnnlo Pratt last Friday.
Jlmmlo McEwen came over from
Buck Creek tho latter part of last
week and transacted business.
Pago Stautfer killed a rabid coy
ote In their dooryard one day last
Baldwin Kasspohl and father, of
Chicago, arrived in tho valley last
week. Tho Intend to make tholr
homo on Baldwin's homestead In
Mrs. C. O. Ashby ontortalned a
number of children last Sunday In
honor ot her son Clyde's seventh
birthday. All had a very enjoyable
Lee Washburn, Idamao Stautfer
and Charles Best were unable to at
tend school the fore part ot the wcok
owing to sevcro colds.
Gus McLouth was a business vis
itor at Buck Creok last week.
L. Mercer purchased one cow and
G. McLouth purchased two cows at
KET ENABLES US TO
PAY YOU A HIGHER
PRICE FOR CREAM.
VW1 10,000 poumlt
note butlrr (at each
month, and more ho
limit to out churning
Call or write, and we
will ttplain our new
We ate going to put
thit creamery on the
Oregon Farmers' Creamery
Robert Young trapped a coyote last
Dr. Potter was n business visitor
In our volley Tuesday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
HAMPTON. May 3. Miss Viola
Smith spent tho week end with Mrs.
Alexander, ot Dry I.nko.
Miss Lorn Crow visited with Mrs.
Van Lake Thursday nud Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Micro, of Imperial,
wero Hampton Valley visitors Wed
nesday. Jim Ashley mado a trip to Hamp
ton store from his homo In the Button
on Friday. N
Edison Reynolds spent Wednes
day night at C. R. Harmon's,
Lea Rlggs Is doing somo plowing
for C. Rertholdt this wcok. '
Alfonso Van Ijiko spent Friday
night with Hugh Crow.
Miss Darlo Burton nttuuded Mrs.
Bennett's birthday dinner on Camp
Mrs. W. II. Crow and daughter
Lorn visited at Mrs. Luton's, of Dry
Mrs. J. O. Whltakor called at C.
11. Harmon's Saturday.
Mr. Demlss, who has been working i
for Lee Itlggs for somo tlnio past,!
has returned to his nephew's homol
In the Unites. I
Miss Viola Smith spont Wednesday!
night with Mrs. Allison. j
Harrison and Black moved tholr
cattle Into tho Buttes Wednesday.
Mrs. K. M. Pock wont Into Bend
Saturday for medical treatment.
C. B. Harmnn mado u trip to Lew i
Bennett b place In tho Buttes Thurs
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
KM? BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
(Special to Tho nullotln.)
ALFALFA, May 4. Alfnlfn lost
mm nt Its progresslvo farmers when
W. E. auorln died in Portland Inst
Thursday, where ho had gono the
first of tho week apparently fn the?
best of health, to visit his daughter.
Mrs. It. A. Flshnr arrived homo
from Portland Hunijny.
C. II. Hardy sold a six weeks' old
liolfor calf for $20 recently.
Jay Hoguo has moved on the Bias
ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wnlloy
will work for him.
Harry Aten wont to Bend Satur
day tn enlist In tho U. S. nrmy. This
Is his second vontu.ro, ho having
served In tho Philippine campaign.
Mrs. Mary Bonn Is visiting Bund
friends this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leonard enter
tained at Sunday dinner Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ralph Smock, Mnry Rutin urn!
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Fostur, or Pow
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Johnson, who
have spent tho post three months
hero for Mr. Johnson's health, wilt
return to Portland, whore Mr. John
son Is a member of tho tlru department.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
PLEASANT UIDOK, May 7. Mrs.
Counway nnd family left Tuesday ror
Nowborg, where they will makti tholr
homo. Mr. Couaway will leavu tutor
In tho woek.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and family, ot
Bend, who bought tho Gregory placo
somu time ago, havo moved mill It
and nxpect tn pass tho summer hern.
Ben Scott traded his place for
proporty In tha valley this wuok nnd
will soon leave for the same.
Tho Pluasant Rldgo school has a
M. Whtttomore nimlir a trip to
Bend on Friday, utter a load of lum
bar. Mrs. O. Anderson was a business,
visitor In Bond last Saturday.
Jako Peterson's plutiu was tho cen
ter ot a Sunday dinner for their
N. D. Wood was home Sunday for
a visit, from Tumalo, whuru ho has
been cntrhlng coyotes.
Rill Lnwnon Is shipping nniun rut
tie to Portland this week.
O. E. Anderson Is clearing IK
acres tn put In oatM this season,
Orant Connway left Friday morn
ing with a carload of goods, to Join
his family at Nnwherg.
L. E. Smith and family worn out
in this tlrlnlty Sunday.
(Special tn tho Bulletin.)
MILLICAN, May G. Mrs. George
Roberts went to Bend Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keller and fam
ily and their team suffered from nit
electric shock I'rlduy, caused by n
holt of lightning striking a tren near
them. Thny were all rendered un
conscious for a short tliuo.
L. A, Hall wns plowing for P. H.
Johnson the past Meek
Mrs, L. P. Itoouuy visited school
one day tMn week.
The school children of Mllllcnu
and their teacher, Mrs. 1. L. Owrnu
will render a program ut tho McAdon
plncn Mny 17, followed by n basket
social. Tho Indies nro nil requested
to bring u basket,
Geo. Cook, who has been vslltlng
In Shanlko, and Yakima, WUnlilnrt
ton, returned to his honnt Thursday,
attuc siwmdlng a week In Bund.
Anil Invrwllgnle our price
tx-forv buying your grocerlM.
Wo ran hnvo you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mllllcsn, Ore. Telephone
Thn widl ilrlllnrn on tho Htnnlny
Smith place are now ut tho diiplli or
Mr. and Mrs. Unhurt Dynr mnvod'
to Mend this wuok.
Mm. I. I' llitmiuu uli.li... I u.111. f
Mrs, P. n, Johnson a short tlmn lust i
mis. Jitines iihatsnii rninn nut ftum.
Bond' with P. II. Johnson Wltdiinn
dny, to visit with thn Johnsons nnd
other former neighbors. Ilur liniilth
In grently Improved slumi nhn hurt,
boon staying In Bend,
((fonttnuod on jingo 7 )
You havo n right to
that wo sou to It Hint your
mutiny flints tint greatest pur
tilinslug port or, nnd that you
goods for tho tnonoy you pay.
wn pny tn this plan I what In
building (or us n big business.
the Having mny be, It will
We'll do our best for
PIIOMJ ItLACIC 11
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.
We carry the largest line of
garden tools of any firm in
Central Oregon. You'll want
to be making your garden soon
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 pf 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 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. Wo also havo
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, 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 FLOURCheapest 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 grade
FARMERS: Inquire about our rc-cleaned seed before you do
your spring seeding.
Hoof, sirloin .... 410
Mutton, log 44G iBf I u B. Department nt Agriculture
Milk 1030 lHLT I 1' armors' nullotln No. 142,
Pork, loin 1035 B I 1!"njy MuboIo and Strongth OW-
.. - - -- - V lug Qualities.
..... ...rK. Ono pound of DchoIiuIch Hnriiv Flour.
nJZL rVZV.r'i.en ' C0''B 3 to 4 cents, will go as far
... .-. . " Lr V n8 lwo Pounds or moat, costing 20
, ,' SXrn E 1 t0 D cento por pound,
M. UlULUUO AUUV
noons, drlod ....3040
Wuoat Flour ....0540
Bend Flour Mill Company