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IIKND IIUMiKTJN, IIICNI), OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY HI, 10IM
, POWELL BUTTE
(Continued frniii P11150 Two,)
that ptiicd iircoiiiimiiliiil Mr. UIkkii on
Mroturn mill will vlult mlutlvoH uiiil
kiIiI tltun frlnnilH In tliln miction. Mr.
Arnold wiih n tohIiIoiiI of Powell
lullii novornl ymiiM into.
Till) Itllll Cl'OHH lllllll'M, WIII'ltlllK till
dor tbo Monti Hnii'tiir, unit with Mm.
JO. N. Hall litHt Friday.
Mm. 10 F. Limit wiih vory III hint
(woolt.bul In HOinii bolter at proitmit.
Mr. mill MrM. Allnii Wllleoxoii worn
llnml vlHllom Saturday afternoon.
iMIhh l.nta Hlinbtut vIhIIimI Inn h!h
4or, i.Mm. Mnlvln Fouler, ami family,
of llmliuoud, InM week.
Mr. ami Mih. Ooohkii llarr, of Port
land, vIhUihI Mr. ami Mm. 10. N, Hall
Wmlnomlny ami TJm rmlny of hiHt
Minn Itiith Pouter, who linx boon
vary nick In llnml with hlooil polnou
lilt; In hnr u rni , moved to tint ranrli
Haturdny to remain for hoiiiii tlinti.
Mr. ami Mih J M. Hlnmror ami
iliiiichtnr, Ittitli, vlnltwl CliurliH Our
wollur ami family Saturday nml Hun
Hday. y Mr. ami MrH, !). It. Fronrb oiilor
tnlni'il at nU on Friday ovonln:
Mr. ami Mm. Heaven Wlllcoxon. Mr.
unil MrH. Alton Wlllcoxon, Minx Kay
IIuxhdU ami Moyil lluioiett.
Mr. W. A. Foster wiih confined
to hor bod mivural tliiyn with a tiovoro
en no of toiiHlllllN.
Mr. mul i.Mih A. W llayn vlnlted
Mri). Will Arnolil ami family In llnml
Mr. nml Mrn, Hum Hitter, Mm. T.
I), Oaborn ami children ami Leonard
Unborn vlnlted Mr. ami Mrn Ora Fi,
(or on Humlay.
Mm. 10, A MtiuHMtt, MIhh I'ay Iltin
aotl, (HailyH Paul ami Grandma
llrowu i-hiiik out from Prliwvlllo on
i Friday, returnliiK Humlay.
Hohh HiiHHctl took the civil Hurvlcn
examination In llnml Saturday.
JAtr. nml Mm. MHvIn Fouler amt
G.nnlicock ami family vlnltod (I. J.
flholiort ami family Humlay.
Wo liny all kind of IiIiIim, iI(h.
ftirn, wool. llrljuV Second Hand
NEW OFFICERS ARE
INSTALLED BY UNION
(Special to Tin) Bulletin)
HK.S'I) It. I. I. NO. I . Jan 2'J -Church
mirvlriHt at the Mountain View
ncliool. follow lot; Huiiday nchool, con
ducted by Ituv. Ilartraiift, emulated
of an Intoreatlni: talk to the children.
Unv. Hiirtranft'H topic for next Hun
yday'a nnrvlciiH will ho "Tho Flvo Sac
rifice." Tint ItiRtnllatlon of now officer
for thn I'llol llutto loral No. M, of
thn Farmer' Educational and Co
operative Union of America, elected
January 2 for the current year, took
jilacn at thn rexulnr nice tint; January
10, Thn union has placed lar:o or
Adorn for laud planter und alfalfa need
Tho pin nodal kIvoii by thn khiiiko
nt It hall Haturday nlitht, January
2C, wan wall attended. Thn proceeds
Hotted 120, which U to lie urted for
thn benefit of tho granr."
L A meeting will bo held at the
frrnnvn tin.lt. Hnluritnv nvetlllll!. Fob
ruary 2, which will bo of Intercut to
' all patriotic grower, i im meeuiiK
. will hn iiddreimed by County AKrlctil-,
turnl A'Koiil Ward. C. H Hudson, of
tho First National Hank, or Iteml.
and Mr. Tarson, of the Potato Grow
im' AsHoclatlou, of Redmond
Mr. and Mm. J. W Wonistaff. Miss
Eunice Nuff and Master Hoy Nnff
motored to Powell Butt Haturday
and wore dinner nuests at tin homo
of C. I.. Hmlth.
Miss Myrtln Nff Is again In our
midst after "pending llire.i moiitliH at
tho homn of her uncle, Phillip Ni f f,
near KollngK, Idaho. Miss Myrtlt
rnlatim hoiiio liilunmlliu: experiences
tho family ami neighbors In that
vicinity had during tho recent floods
-M'lilcli resulted In tho losx mid iIin
structloii of much property ami live
Mm. J. MaJosh and daughter, Mrs.
John Camou, with tho lottwr's two
little KlrU, Hpont Friday vIsltliiK thu
Nnff and Coffee families,
' . Mm. HIiIiikIo, of Oiukoii C'ty, spout
Vow days last wonk vIsltliiK hur
ulster. Mrs. 10. H. Htowo.
Miss Allco Cliaiuley, of Hlatlus,
Minn., Is tho miest of her aunt, Mm.
15. A. Orlffon. Miss Cliarinley ox
peots to romalu In tho wost svurul
10. A. (Irlffou, Jon nml Albert
WoniHtaff am tho buyors of hoiiio
choice dairy cosh, from tho ranch of
i:. N. Hnach, if Powell lluttu.
MIsh Kthnl Caldwoll roturuud to
hor homo at Bumuior Lake, Wednes
day nftur a throe weeks' vlult at tho
homo of hor uncle, (). II. Caldwell.
Herman Thyno, of Wavorly, N. I).,
spent a few days tho past week visit
4ln his brother, John , Thyno.
Court Powers, of Auiboy, Iowa, Is
vIhUIuk his slHter, Mm. (I. I.. Monro,
ami may ovoutunlly locato hero pur
iiiaiiently. Jon Acreo, of Pomuroy, Wash,, In
vIhUIiik friends hero for u few days.
It Ih oxpoctod that a lari;o iiitinlior
of tho rosldontH from lioro will at
tend tho patriotic demonstration to
bo helil Thursday ovoiiIiik In llnml at
thn Hippodrome. A miction of hoiUh
will ho rosorvod for tho Mountain
A'low Humlay school nml otlieiu from
'fills ImiiKMllato iioltthborbood.
Mm. Fred Reynolds and diuii;hter
nro oxpettod hoino from l.a (Irmido
soon. Mm. ItoynoldH, who wiih cnllod
thoro hoiiio tliuo iikooii account or too
IIIiiohh of hor father, writes that his
condition Ih much Improved.
AT M'GUIRE FUNERAL
Hpoolal to Tho Ilullotln.)
PINIOIIUUST, Jan. 28. Tho fu
nornl if Mr. Mcdulro, of Tuiualo, wiib
attended by a number of Pluohumt
J. H. Halo, of Honil. who Iihh ro-
contly iiurclinBotl tho Whoatloy placo,
'wan in iMiioiiiirsi Kiinnay.
Mr. and Mm. (1. W. Hnydor wont
to Iloud Haturday.
llra. K, W. Lovoronz nml Mrs. I.ucy
TiKvvor, of Plalnvlow, worn kudhIh of
(Mrs. Dolla Nichols laHt Humlay.
)j W. Dlotiich and sou, Ooorgo,
THE OLD SAILOR AND THE RECRUIT
ON SHIPBOARD YOU
GOT TO BE NEAT!
CHEW W-B CUT ANO
YOU WONT MU3S
UP THE SHIP.
AND THEN YOU DON'T
MUSS UP YOUR FACE
WITH A BIG WAD,
THAT'S THE IDEA-
CLEAN CHEW J
i ' i
r i .
( "r"""""to -v Jr3
iiuide a trip to llnml Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Wlmer mid son
went to llnml on luminous Haturday.
C. C. Piitnrsoii, formerly of this
place, r KrnetliiK old friends nr.aln,
thoiKiiest of Mr. DlntrUh.
Mrs Frank Hwlsbur, who was iiilto
III with tousllllls, has rncovorud.
Messrs Charles Hpaucli ami Char
les Howell mitilo a business trip to
Wm McCulsloii, of Iteml, was look.
Iiik after his Interests In this sec
It. Mcdiiiniuon recently purchased
a cow from W. C. McCulstou.
Tho substantial bungalow erected
by Phil Hmlth has been completed.
Frank Hwlsbur made a business
trip to IIkiiiI Haturday
F W l.ovnrmu was a Plunhurxt
Mr ami Mm, (1 W. Snyder ontur
tnluiil Mr and Mrs. J. II Nichols on
PLAIN VIEW PEOPLE
HOSTS AT DINNER
Another Check Sent In
To Buy Soldiers Tobacco
(Hpcrlul to Tho Hulletlii.)
PI.AINVIIOW, Jan. 29. An oxcol
lent dinner -was kIvoii on Humlay,
January 27, In honor oi thn fortieth
wedding minlvorsnry of Mr. and Mm.
J. W A. Hcofaclii Tho Kuests wcro
Mr and Mrs. Amlrow Armstroni; nnd
family, Mr. nnd Mrs Chalfan, Mm.
Pulllum, Mr. and MrH, liartluy and
son, Mr. and Mm. II. A. HcokjcIh, of
Plalnvlnw, Mr. and Mrs. H I.. Hur
i;ox and son, Jstniui, of Catlow, nnd
Mr mid Mm, I.ouls llunuutt nnd fain
lly. of llond, Mr. AnnstroiiK was thn
only Kunst present that bnd attonded
tho ceremony 40 years before. Vorv
plf.isliiK music and reudliiKs were en
joyed In tho afternoon.
Mr. Hoss called ut tho Ornham
ranch In thn Pluck lluttu country
last week Ho was looking at shcejt
there, as ho may Invest In sotno to
run tins season.
Jim Pulllam spent Humlay In llnml.
MIsh Hmlth was taken to thu doc
tor In llnml last Monday as hur eyes
had been kIvIiik her trouble.
School was closed two days last
week as Miss Hmlth, thu toucher, wiih
tumble to be present.
Mr Nichols, at present MvIiik In
Washington hut formerly a PlaliivWw
rancher, spent two days at thn F. (I
Powers lionio lust week. A number
of friends gathered to meet Mr Nich
ols on Wednesday and enjoyed a vory
Paul Hf "Willi returned from Port
land last Wednesdiy Thumb Port-
(From Bntiirday'H Dally.)
Watch Our Hmoku Fund.
Horn It Is two weeks sluco tho last
chock wiih scut In mid wo are almost
doiililltHK tho last remittance. Tho
second chuck sunt was Just twice tho
first, and now this thu fifth, Is almost
twlco tho Inst prncedliiKK ono. Two
dollars more and It would bo Just
double tho fourth. Who Ih It who In
tended to send In 2 ami thon post
poned It? Whoever it was, lot him
solid his money now and help inaku
tho next check tho IjIkkcsI yet.
Today's check Is 133.50, which will
pay for 134 tobacco kits. Tho crand
total to dato Is $86 and that means
34 -I happy soldier boys "somewhere
Hero nro thn latest contributors
and tholr amounts:
H. U. HtnatH .CO
Harrlron Latham 5.00
A Friend 1.00
P II. Heal 1.00
Honry Clow 5.00
J. A. Hasten 2.50
A C. Trotter 2C
Mm. Leonard Iloroch 25
J. A. HiiKlotnan 75
Dr. J. II. Con nam 1.00
Ham Klder ..... 50
Harry Plomon .25
II. J. Ovurturf ........ 1.00
MrH. O. C KrooRor 25
C. P. Dorian 25
Ilullotln shop employes ............ 2.00
Karl It. Fish 2G
jK. II. Whltrnoro ....-..... 1.00
Floyd Westerflold 60
Jack Williams 60
C. H. Hnow 26
W. O. Ileal 1.00
Mm. Klein Htookoy 1.00
A Friend 1.00
Corp. Frank Harvey 6.00
A Friend 25
Uortrudo Market Hoeslcy 25
Ham N. WIrIjI 25
Luln L. WIrIU 25
Dad Hubbard 25
Joseph Inncs 50
Previously acknowledged 52.50
Grand Total tSG.OO
land weather was vory disagreeable,
It didn't Interfere with blin having
a wonderful time.
Artwitir tlu Hf.ilmnnfl ifiBltioa -n11.
em last week wcro Mr. Fawcett, Mr.
Chalfan, Mr. and Mm. A. Armstrong
and Mr. Hoss.
A number of Plalnvlow residents
saw tho "movie" of tho Pendleton
Roundup in llnml, Haturday evening.
Thoro wero nlno votem present at
tho school meeting last Friday night.
Action wiih takou to have the school
bond renewed for flvo years and also!
to ullow ton por cent Interest on
school warrants Issued within tho
Mrs B. L. Hurgess and James spout
three days at tho Hartley ranch last'
A party of neighbors mul friends
spent a social evening at thu homo of
F. V Leveri'iu last Tuseday Mm,
Weaver, formerly of Texan, was the
guest of honor.
Mr, and Mm. II. T. Hartley nnd
Paul Hcoggln attended thn big Ited
Cross danco at Tunialo, Friday ev
ening. The O. D. O. club will meet with
Mm. Chalfan on Friday evening, Feb
ruary 1. At this time tho ladles will
be "hoKtomoH to their husbands' fam
ilies mid friends. Ploaso noto that the
time has been changed from tho reg
ular day of meeting on Thursday af
ternoon to Friday evening.
H. T. Hartloy, Henry and Lloyd
Powom, Miss Nellie Hcoggln and II
A. Hctiggiu wero business callers in
Ilend last week.
Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of hides, pelts, wool, furs, at
Ilrlggs' Second Hand Store. 37tfc
the pure oil from corn for
WHEN housewives first adopted Mazola they found the deep
frying, sautcing and shortening medium which they have
been seeking for years.
Mazola browns food quickly, preventing any penetration of oil
and gives crisp, delicious dishes free from sogginess, easy to digest.
The results arc so much better than with lard or compounds that
Mazola is used in thousands of American homes.
And now when Food Administrator Hoover asks us to save butter,
lard and suet, the housewife knows that she has a really good vegetable oil.
With Mazola she can help save the country's resources and at
the same time give her family the best of food at a notable saving
Unlike other mediums Mazola does not transmit taste or odor
from one food to another can be used over and over again a
great factor in economy.
And when you want an especially delicious salad dressing,
use Mazola. There is no need to give up salads because of
the uncertain supply or high prices of olive oil.
Mazola can be had from your grocer tn pint, quart, half
gallon and gallon tins. Ask him for the free Mazola Book
or itccipcs, or write us airccc.
Your money refunded If Maiola doci not give entire iatUfactlon.7
CORN rUODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
17 tottery Place, NewYorb
HI Ul MUCH
Fsrilto i, Ortu
Shoes for Real Service
oun Hi'i:ciArrv ih to maki: hhokh that
htanh thi: tkht
In especially tnndo for this kind of country. Nono nro hot
J. E. TILT SHOE
A linndsomo serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot be
beaten for thu monoy. Olvo these shoes n trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
Tho A. Hanson i.oggo- Shoes of Thrco Lokcu, Wis., are
Imnd-rnado and ono of the very best of Its kind. Special znndo-to-order
work tcken for this shoo.
UP-TO-DATi: HHOi: ItKPAIUINO
R. H. LOVEN
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
t COMPLETE STOCK of Sundird Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLCN LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Atfc-nt, MILLIIIl LUMBER CO.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth od Wellington Sticrti
Centrally Located The Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at 5thSt.
Business and Professional Cards
VERNON A. FORBES
Ii A W Y K H
First National Dank DutldlnR
Qend :: :: Oregon
ARTHUR J. MOORE,
Lox t abln Dulldinir
Dend, Ore. Phone Dlnck 1411
II. H. DcARMOND
L A W Y n II
O'Kano Dulldlng, Dend, Oregon
H. O. L L I S
United States Commissioner
First National Dank Building
J. K. K.VGEHItKTSON,
IMA'MUI.NG AM) HKATINfJ
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Done In n Flll.ST-CIi.lSS num.
ner, while you wult.
L. Goodman, opposite linker's
Phono Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND --- OREGON
M 1 S i s si
O. B. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Benson Building, Wall Street
O. P. NISWONGER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Eiubuliner, Funeral
Phono Rod 431. Lady Asst.
W. W. FAULKNER. D. M. D.
Sulto 6-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bond, ... Oregon
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ovor Logan Furnituro Co.
Wall Street Houra 9 to S
Phono Red -IHU
EYE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Watch Paper for Dates,
or inquire of
THORSON, THE JEWELER
THE UNITED WARE
Btori and Korw rdln, Ctattal Ca
Vft carir Oil, Giiolln. Boxr, ritnr,
Salt Mtuli, Uim, llicco and Lard.
Eastes-Anderson Farm Land Co.
Irrigated Farm Lands n Specialty
Firtt Ntionl Otnk Building 124 Oiegoa Sticct Bred, Ofoit