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ItKND HUIil.KTIN, BKND, OIinflON.TItntHDAV, MAY tT, 1DIT
(Special to tlio Hullotln.)
HAMPTON, May.. ..Mr. Shlploy
lias roturiteil to Ills homestead ntlor
nn absence of aovoral months.
Mrs. Van Lake, spent Thursday
with Mrs. Crow.
Mr. and Mrs. MoICoown were- Hamp
ton callers Thursday.
Darin Burton "spent Friday night
with Lora Crow.
Mrs. J. O. Whltnkor left Saturday
for Willamette Valley, whero sho
will visit her sister-in-law who is
J P. Wllquot started for Bend
"Will Scarroy had tho misfortune
to loso a cood cow this week.
Jcsso Black roturncd from Bond
Monday, with tho mall man.
Lora Crow and Darlo Burton raado
a trip to Desert Creek Saturday.
Loo HIrrs purchased a horso from
Blatno Hoffman Tuesday.
Clarence Qutfson, of Dry Lako,
xlroro to Hampton Monday.
Tho school children of Hampton
have nearly all been sick tho last
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison visited with
Iho Blacks, on Llxrard creek, Sat
urday. Emll Van Lako made a trip to
Mclrln Crow was homo from Fisher
Logan's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brlckcy pass
ed through Hampton Valloy Tuesday
In their car.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILLICAN, May 12. After spend
ing the greater part of a week at
P B. Johnson's and visiting formor
lulKlibors and friends. Mrs. Jamrs
Ueatson again returned to Hand on
Mouuay with P. B. Johnson.
Thomas Mof fet left for Bea 1 Mon
day, to make final proof ri his
liomestead. Geo. Mllllcan went to
Bend Monday with P. B. Johnson as
one of Mr. Moffot'a witnesses.
L. A. Hall returned from Bend
It. It. Keller and O. V. Lyman left
tor Bond Tuesday, with P. B. John
son, to seek employment.
Mrs. It. It. Kollor visited school
L, A. Hall wont to Bend Thursday
to seek employment. Next Wednes
day he will make flual proof on his
Mrs. Geo. Cook visited Mrs. J. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mllllcan camo
out from Bend Tuesday with Mr. Col
well. Mrs. Mllllcan loft a bouquet
of carnations and ferns at tho sohool
hotiso, called at tho Frank Porclral
homo and tho Mt. Pino Inn, returning
to Bend the next day, and from thero
Mr. Colwoll Is thinking of buying
tho Mllllcan cattle and ranch.
Mrs. L. P. Hoonoy called nt tho P.
B. Johnson homo Thursday.
Mrs. L. Goodman and sons Joined
Mr. Goodman, nt Bend, tho past
week, to homo their homo.
Mrs..L. P. Hoonoy visited school
Mrs. J. J. Holland has boon busy
planting garden this week.
Goo. Cook bought flvo cows and
somo calves recently, which ho will
take to tho Vernon Clevengor place
Monday to be looked niter.
Mrs. Leo Koller called on her
mother Mrs. F. Tauschcr, ono day
Eric Hostoland left for Bend tho
past wcok, to seek employment.
Friday and Saturday somo of tho
men wcro working on the road near
tho Beam Ptaco.
Leo Kooncy Is seeding for P. B.
Mtss Scttna Brown is back on her
homestead since last wcok.
Elmer Dyor and Opal Conaway
visited with Opal's mother, Mrs'. B.
B. Conaway, at tho Martha Forgey
placo, Sunday, whore the Mllllcan
men aro seeding for Geo. Mllllcan.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Conawny made
a trip to Bond Sunday, returning
the samo day.
Klmer Dyer, Goldle Conaway and
Opal Canaway went to the Martha
Forgey place' Tuesday. Mrs. Con
away and son Denzll returning with
(Special to The Bulletin.)
PLBASANT ItlDGK, May 14. Mr.
Scott lift Tuesday ovenlng for Port
land on business. Mrs. Scott Is vis
iting friends In Hedmond during his
O. A. Anderson was In Bend Tues
day for land plaster and oats.
Antono Ahlstrom was In Hedmond
Wednesday for plaster.
Mr. McMlckte, of Hedmond, was
a business caller at the Poplar farm
Mrs. Henry Hewins accompanied
KET ENADLES US "TO
PAY YOU A MIGIIEIl
I'KICE FOR CREAM.
We itml 10,000 pound
mot butter lit cicli
month, iml tnoic:-..no
limit to out churning
Oil or write, rxl wo
vill explain our new
We are going to put
thii creamery on the
Oregon Farmers' Creamery
County School Superintendent J. Al
ton Thompson and wlfo to Culver
Aubrey Porry, of Sisters, was vailing
on friends In this neighborhood last
County School Superintendent J.
Alton Thompson, wlfo and llttlo son
woro cnllora at tho Poplar fnrm on
Jess Armstrong has been assisting
Will Lnuson with his work tho past
J. A. Chasn has been hauling and
loading liny at Deschutes tho past
Wayne ChaBo wns In Hedmond
Thursday for n load of potatoes and
oats for socd.
Mr. Mlckolsou. of Deschutes, lms
been assisting Hasmus Peterson with
his spring work.
Mr. and Mrs. Cart Llvesloy and
mother, of Dosrhutes, woro visiting
at the Chuse home Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Mlckelsou, of Doschtites. ac
companied Mrs. Juhnuseu in Hed
Mrs. O. A. Anderson went to Turn
alo Friday on business.
Hale Doty Is assisting 111 brother
Dick on his place near Redmond.
Wayne Chase recently leased the
Miecle place, for the crop title sea
son, of L. K. Smith.
Kurl Wood, or Bend, passed Sun
day with home folks.
This vicinity wus visited by a nlee
A MM MM
(Special to Tho Bulletin.)
ALFALFA. May 12. Paul Mart-
selling Is unjoylng a visit from his
son and family, from Michigan.
Quito an epidemic or the pinkeye
has Btruck Alfalfa. Frank Oglo Is
WHEN your Garden, Lawn or Flowers are up,
don't forget that then your work has just
begun. See that they are properly cultivated
Garden Hose is subjeel to the weath
er almost all the time, and it is very
necessary that the best of quality be
put into the hose that will stand up.
We guarantee our cotton and rubber
hose to be the best at the grades.
Careful mowing of your lawn with a
good mower will no much toward
beautifying your surroundings. Our
stock comprises mowers of various
width blades with prices ranging
from $1.50 to $17.50.
Declare War Zone on Flies
by putting up your screens early,
We have just received our new line
of screen doors and window screen.
Screen doors from $1.25 up; screen,
18 inch to 48 inch, black or galvanized.
We recommend to you carefully se
lected lawn grasses for your yard.
Clover 05c per pound
Blue Grass 25c per pound
For wear, for safety, for endurance,
for service, for all around wear, we
are glad to be able to suggest
Diamond Tires First
There Is Not Much Time
Our Garden Seeds, all of which are
tested and of the highest grude, will
yield you the results you desire. All
kinds with many varieties in stock.
It is reported that the trout are be
ginning to bite now that the weather
has warmed up. You should see our
new line of flies, the largest line
from which you can select in Cen
When in need of Tennis Supplies or
Uase Ball Outfits
just call around for suggestions.
We will place your order for any
Bend Hardware Company
CORNER GREELY AND BOND
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINdS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
IT BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
suffering severely with It, anil most
of tho children In school have had It.
Our tenchor, Miss Kfflo Newman,
was ralleil to her brother's hedsldo
In Oregon City Wednesday. Frank
Oglo accompanied her to llend, whero
sho took thu livening train fur Port
land. Albert Perry, who has been at
tend high school In I'rluovlllo, Is
now working on the MnKny, floating
ties for tho new railroad.
Mr. IJrlckson, who has been haul
tug grain to Hedmond In an auto
truck for months, says ho still has
R00 bushels of ryo to deliver to
Mrs. Mary Demi, who with llend
friends went fishing, returned to
llend displaying a fine catch, with
tho result that n party made a raid
on them In tho ovenlng and ata them
Tho Alfalfa Development cluli met
at thu school limine Monday evening.
(Speclnl to tho Ilultetln.)
TUMAI.O, May 14. Tho Tumalo
Fair association will hold lis seventh
annual fair Sept. 28. A partial prom,
tutu list Is being prepared and will lie
'ready for distribution within the
uoxt few days. Tho full premium list
will be printed later.
The rainfall last Friday and Hat
unlay nights was welcomed by the
It Is report! (hat Judge llarnes
has mild hl"WMt Hock" ranch to
a man In Salem, who will take charge
O. N. Clifton and wife, from Prlue
vllle. were over to their ranch last
It. U. Ralmnn has Just completed
a new Iwrn.
1). II. Peoples, of Prluevllte, mas
railing on friends In Tumalo last
More acreage of potatoes and
grain Is being planted on the Tumalo
project this year than In any prev
Misses James, Mlly and Dean wore
visiting at the ho)ue or F. K. Iu tun
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Harney has purchased a Ford
Tho Plnehurst school held a picnic
on tho river Inst Tuesday.
Miss Nella Howell has tnken n po
sition In tho Tuinnln project office.
The west side ladles will hold their
regular meeting next Thursday af
ternoon. drover flerklng wns purchasing
seed onts In Hndmoud Friday.
J. M. (Irlfflu has about 10 ncns
of his new ranch ready for seeding.
H. P. Fllcklnger went to Hcdinnml
K, J. Dunn, of Corvallls, spent
several dnys In Tumalo, looking over
the laud with Iho expectation of
purchasing a ranch
Those porfeit In spelling last week
In tho Tumalo school worn First
grade, Kllinhclh 'emke, Pniillne
Lundberg, (lerald Crowley; scrum!
grade. Kllelu Wnllaco, Vernon Mar
Ion, Pearl Hlnckwond: third grade,
Henry Ijiindberg. Clement Htlles.
Itttth Crlfflii; fourth grade, Leslie
Komko; fifth grade, Kenneth Oitytou,
Cleon Clark, Wesley Kennedy; slxlh
grade, l,o I it Mnrlon, Jessie I In 1 1. Dora
Harper, l.edora Harrymnii, Flossie
Park, l.eo Harry limn; seventh grade,
Itolbert Wnllnre, Hilby Mnrlon,
Wayne Wright, Hutli Hales. (Irorgn
Norrott, l.eona Park; seventh grade,
Paul Marsh, Donald Helllwell.
(Special lo The Ilultetln.)
HAMPTON IIPTTK, May 12 -
And ImoMlgsto our price
beforft buying your groceries
Wo can save you money.
P. B. Johnson's
Mlllk-an, Ore, Telephone
Miss Carrln llrownnnd N. Nutn worn
business visitors hero Inst week.
Henry Kinsman, or lltunffer,
autocd through here to llnud uuo day
J us. M. Ilrlrkey and son Jlmnilo
made a trip lo llend Inst Weduenduy v
to got seed trnls. .
Mr. C'nrhntt and Oscar lllack re-
turned from llnud last Thursday.
Mr. Corbelt wilt soon move hla fnin J
lly to llend.
Wayne Monro and family, who havo
boon living on tho McFnddon ranch
north or here, have moved to tho
(Continued on page 7.)
You havo a right lo
that n to it Hint your
money find tho greatest pur
chasing pner, and that you
goods for Hit money you pay.
we ay to this plan Is what Is
building f'ir us a big hiisluesa.
Him saving may be. It will
We'll do our best tor
i'mom; mane it
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 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 80 to 90 per cent water.
Flour, 13i!i 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 grade
FARMERS: Inquire about our re-cleaned seed before you do
your spring seeuing.
Eggs 38G MB
Hoof, sirloin .... 410 MMi
Mutton, leg 445 HJJJJM. f U. S. Oopartmont or Agriculture
Milk . . . 1030 T I rarmors' Hullotln No. 142,
Pork, loin 103C SHB Knorgy Musclo und Btrongth Olv-
r.i.u r ItiK Qualities,
t,..... MMMF - Ono pound of Deschutes Hnrnv Flour.
nZJ.I ' Bmt, costing 3 to 4 contB, will go as far
if noK ssBsBfc V n two pounds or moat, costing 20
"'-": J""X I io zij comb por pound.
Iieans, drlod .. 3040
Wheat Flour ... 0040
Bend Flour Mill Company