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The Bend Bulletin
' BKND. OREGON
0E0I10K PAIiMIJIt PUTNAM
nODKHT W. SANVY13K
An Independent newspaper stnml
Ing for tho Btiunro deal, clean busi
ness, clean politics nml tho licst In
terests of Hond ami Contrul Orogon.
Blx Months Jr
Throo Months "
TIIUHS0AY. JANUAKY 31, 101 S
oil 'yeast or 3 tablespoons of liquid
yonst ts Bufflclont. For tho short
process U8o moro yonst.
1. Soften tho yeast In & cup of
lukewarm water, ailtl Ji cup of
whlto flour. Heat thoroughly, cover,
nml If tho apongo Is to stand over
night, let rise at room temperature
(about C5 to 70 F.) and at SO
to S5 F. If Uo time Is to bo shor
tened. When this spongo Is ho light
f l.fiQJ-tliiil tho slightest touch muses It to
PLAN RESTS IN
Wo must cut down our own use of
wheat ono-fourth If wo aro to havo
enough to send tho allies. Thercforo
study theso suggestions.
Substltuto flour or meol mado from
any other grain for at least one
fourth of tho wheat you would ordi
Uso white potatoes, sweet potatoes,
rice, squash, and pumpkin as substi
tutes for tho wheat flour.
Uso what Is available In your com
munity. Thoso who can savo moro than
one-fourth will help mako up for
thoso who cannot or aro not willing
to do their share.
Tho quick broads can bo mado so
ns to savo from half to all tho wheat.
Tho use of whole wjioot and gra
ham flours Is not regarded as saving
Cut It on th table, so that none Is
left to dry.
Do not have stale bread.
Do not uh toast as a garnish or
servo food on toast.
If there are bits of bread left, dry
and grind or pound, using the crumbs
in place of flour.
Do not use crackors mado from
wheat (or graham) flour, or servo
croutons with soup.
Do not use breakfast cereals made
If you uso macaroni, spaghottl. any
Italian pasto or noodles, remember
that It Is mado of wheat and do not
sorvo bread at the same meal.
Uso cornstarch or rlco flour for
thlckcnlrvg sauces and gravies and In
puddings. (Uso half as much as you
would of flour.)
Remember bread mado of mixed
flours Is better body-bulldlng mater
ial than that mado from ono grain
Modify Your Own llcrlpc.
If you havo good recipes for bread
of any kind, mako thorn conform to
food conservation by omitting sugar
and fat and by using at least one
fourth wheat substitute. The reclpos
below tell how to use or add the sub
stitutes. Try for yoursolf with your
awn Toclpe. Many people think milk
is necessary for good bread, but it Is
not, although it of course adds to I
tho food value, and is therefore ad
visable when it can be afforded. Wa
ter, milk and water, whey, potato
water or rice water may bo used for
In using part other grains than
wheat, tho loaf will bo as nourishing;,
but usually not so large or light.
All measures in these reclpos aro
lovol. Tho flour Is measured after
Because of the high price of yeast
It may bo oconomioal whon bread Is
mado frequently or in large quantities
to propart liquid yeast. In making
tho bread tho amount of yeast used,
of whatever kind, will depend upon
tho tlmo in which the process is to be
A medium sized potatoes,
1 quart hot water,
1 toaspoon salt,
1 cako dry yeast, softened in U
cup of warm water, or
1 cako of compressed yeast,
U cup sugar.
Wash, pare and cook tho potatoes
In tho water. Drain, mash and re
turn to the water. Mako up to ono'
quart. Add the sugar, and salt and I
allow tho mlxturo to cool. Whon
lukewarm add tho yeast. Keep at
room temperature (G5 to 70F.)
for 24 hours beforo using. If kopt
for a longer time It should bo poured
into a sterilized jar and put in a
dark, cool placo.
Each of theso recipes mako ono
loaf. Tho weight of tho different
breads wi)l vary from 18 ounces to
Corntnoul Ycntt Hmwl.
1 cups, liquid,
M to '4 yeast cake,
Hi teaspoons salt,
2 cups flour,
V r ii i nnrnrnenl. wliltn nr vnllnw
mr-,-. If needed.
cup of liquid
fall it Is roady for the addition of the
2. Stir 'the comment Into the re
maining cup of salted water and heat
to tho boiling point over tho direct
(lame. Conk 20 minutes in a double
holler or over hot water. Cool until
It feels warm to tho hand (about 00
to 95 F.)
3. Heat tho cooked cornmeul Into
tho light sponge prepared as directed
abovo. Add gradually sufficient flour
to mnko n dough somowhnt etltfor
than for ordinary broad. It Is Im
possible to give tho quantity of flour
exactly, bocauso different samples of
flour may not nhsorh tho same
amounts of liquid. Knead a few min
utes until tho dough Is smooth and
elasttc, cover and let rlso at a tern
pcraturo of about SO F., until double
In bulk. Then shape Into a loaf,
cover and let rlso In tho pan until
double dn bulk. Hake GO to CO niln
utos, starting In n hot ovou (ISO
F.) and lowering tho tomporature
gradually at tho end of ten minutes.
A pan of water set In the oven will
koap tho air moist and give a soft
brown crust. If the pun of water I
not used the temperature may be
'The tome proce usually produces
better resulu In this bread.
Cook the cornmeal in 1 V, cups of
liquid, coo! to about 90 P.. add the
yeast softened in the remaining Vi
cup of liquid (or the liquid yeaat)
and flour to make n stiff dough. Pro
ceed from this point as directed
In the following eJ titer of these
methods any of tho commercial bread
mlxors may be used:
1 cup liquid,
1 Vi teaspoons salt,
1 cup rolled oats,
to U yeast cake, softened In
M cup lukewarm water,
-Vz cups flour.
Scald tho liquid, add salt and pour
it over the rolled oats In n bread
mixer or mixing bowl. Cool slowly,
letting It stand half hour. Add the
yeast and 1 cup of flour. Cover and
allow tho spongo to rlso as directed
in the reclpo for cornmeal bread.
When light, add the remainder of
the flour, knead, cover and let rise
until double In bulk. Shape Into a
loaf, cover, let rise again until it
doubles In bulk and bake.
follow the directions as given
above, but add all the flour at oae
1 Vi cups mashed potato (packed
1 '. teaspoons salt,
to ',', yoast cake, softenod In
2 tablespoons lukewarm water .
2V4 cups flour more or less flour
may be noedod.
Note Mashed sweet potato or
cooked cereal or squash may be used
In tho same way as tho Irish potato.
In using any substitute which has a
markod flavor It is hotter to try tho
bread first with loss than 1 Vi cups
and add more liquid. Squash rolls
are very good.
Cool the mashed potatoes to luke
warm, add tho salt and the yeast
softened In the warm water and
about U cup of flour. Mix well,
cover and let rise until very light.
To the well-risen sponge, add the
remaining flour, kneading thorough
ly. The dough should be very Htlff,
us It softens uoiiMlderably In rising.
Cover and let rlso until double In
bulk. Shape Into a loaf, cover, let
r!e again until It has Increased 2
tlmos In bulk, nml bake.
Follow tho directions as given
abovo, but add all tho flour at once.
Tho dough In this enso is so stiff that
It Is difficult to work In all tho flour.
1 cup liquid,
1 teaspoon salt,
2Vi cups ryo flour,
i to '4 cako yeast, softened
cup lukewarm wator.
CHANCES FOR REVIV
Orptnlntlou of Water Ivors' Amh"
lutlou l-Nir i O. I. Project Still
In the Air May (.'et t'tit-
tnln Automat leally.
SALKM, Or., Jan. 2C (Special to
Tho ilulletlu.) A plan (or organiza
tion of a water users' association for
the Central Oregon Irrigation pro
ject, submitted to tho Desert hand
Hoard a few mouths ago by Jesse
Steams, secretary of thnt project,
Is lying in the archives of tho laud
board In n moribund condition lu
n state of coma, It might bo said
and chances for Its resuscitation
seem very slim Indeed.
Should the Desert Land Hoard
place Its approval upon tho Irriga
tion district plan as submitted by the
settlers tho curtain will fall auto
matically upon the Htoarus plan. And
there seems no question but the Des
ert I .a ml Hoard will do that very
Muny Acre- Sold.
A member of the board pointed out
today that nut of approximate-!) 90.-
000 acres under the project, IS.omt
acres. In round number have been
old. and of this amount about 7000
acres would be in shape to vote the
stock represented by them under the
Stearns plan. While Mr. Stearns
Btated that the neuters would be rep
resented on the directorate at a ratio
of 1 to 6, If the directorate Included
five persons, nr on a ratio o( 2 to
7, if It Included seven presous, the
member of the boArd quoted above,
onn see only where the settlors could
be represented on a ratio of 7 to 90,
using the figures as to tho acreage
rcprosentcd In tho foregoing.
Hut thnt seems to bo neither here'
nor there lu tho final result, as ac
ceptance by tho land board of the Ir-
MITH MERCANTILE CO.
Deschutes County's Largest Store
Reed-Smith's Great Drioe Against Rising Prices will prove
the means of keeping prices at the lowest possible point.
Many thousands of dollars Worth of good reliable merchandise
are offered at "old" prices. In some instances lower than the
present wholesale prices.
GREAT SPECIALS THIS WEEK
$6.00 U. S. ARMY SHOE, $4.90
The Original Chippewiiy STAG SHIRTS (jJC ff CC flrt $7 Aft J0 Cf
nt price lower tlmii wholesale. Our price 0.JV, tpU.UU, tpi.UU. pO.JV
Note Carefully the Following Prices:
New Spring Gingham
U7-in. A pi on Checks 12 l-2c . yd.
'27-in. Dress Ginjha ins. ..15cyd.
27-in. Dress (Jinjjhants. Iflcytl.
JJiMn. Dress (inhiuns. - 20c yd.
:i'2-in. Dress (J miliums 25c yd.
J7-in. Fine Quality l'ereales, 1 2c yd.
:i(J-in. Kinc Quality Percales, 15c yd.
JM.Mii. Fine Qua lily Percales, Iflcytl.
JMMn Fine Quality Percales, 22cyd.
IRRIGATION IS TO
(Continued froml'age One )
(Continued on Inst page.)
again until double In bulk and hake.
Follow the directions as given
above, but add all the flour at once.
This same method may ho used for
broad in which buckwheat flour Is
used. It may bo substituted for .
to 3 of tho wheat flour. The buck
wheat bread Is dark and has a char
(To He Continued.)
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
In Irrigation affairs lu the state are
In the lift of Instructors who will he
Tho school Is for Central Oregon
from the Columbia river to the Cali
fornia linn nud Is held at the most
central spot we could find However,
the school will not be put on unless
j 100 farmers register for tho course
nml agreu to be present during three
complete days of the session. If you
will be ono of this fortunate ono hun
dred, fill out the following blank nud
forward to your County Agent on
February 1 to 4.
"Tho Itedmnnd Commercial club
will entertain tho students on tho last
day of the school. Come.
Very cordially yours,
II. A. WAItl).
Count Agricultural Agent. '
I'ropoMil SU-ln Irrigation Cuiiim.
February 11-1. liHft.
Pally. 10-11 a. m Principles of
Water Iaw lecture subjects:
Fundamental Principles of Modem
Water law; Operation of the Irrlga-
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
A. M. Prlngle wont to Iledmond
John Stevenson spent the day In
Frank Kedmoud, of Itedmnnd, was
in town yostorday nftornnoii.
John II. Iloe was In town yesterday
on business from Redmond,
'Mrs. C. K. Xlehohi is paselng a few
days whh her mother at l.amonta.
Oscar Agea, of Deer Lodge. Mon
tana, Is here In connection with tim
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Svansou became
the parent of a baby boy early this
A 10-pouml boy was bom at the
home of Mr. uud Mrs. Walter Wing
this innruln, at the Pins Tree mill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. I toss left last
night for Portland, whore Mrs. Himw
.will recelvo treatment for an Infect
or, br Mr W nil. tee
One evening 7 .10-H .10 p til -Work
and ltesults HeeUmwtl.iH Pro
ject; Irrigation Practlro, Mr. Powers.
W. I. Powers, Profnaeor of Drain
age and Irrigation, O. A. C.
T. A. Teeters, Profoeeor of Drain
age and Kuglueerlng, (). A C.
(im). T. Coehran, Kustern Oregon
Percy Cupper. Assistant State
J. II. Upton, Pnwldent Oregon Ir
rigation Congress; and others.
Itlnter lu advance with County
Agent Ward. Fo for course Is 11.00
and will eutttlo studuuts to sum
marize lecture notes.
SUICIDE IS FOUND
(Continued from Page One )
ter I!ve onu'whern near Hnud. The
dead wan raine hrn h year ago from
I I'miuejt. Idaho II" was 27 years of
age and- worxeti as a lumber p!lr.
lie belonged to a Swedish lodge. It
Is supposed that he. was comfortably
month's imy due nt the mill
,boim?od In placo of tho '4
., jnd Vi cup of liquid when
l.rtfl by tho short process.
, j s used tho long process
n'ttWr-'i or a liquid yeast
'' the lon& process
i 'dud, cako of comprcss-
2 VI cups whlto flour.
Note Tho proportion of ryo flour
used may bo Increased to 3 cups of
ryo flour and cup of whlto If de
sired. This dough Is soft and can bo
made into the old-fashlopcd flat loaf.
Scald tho liquid, cool to lukowarm,
add tho salt, yeast and half tho flour.
Coat thoroughly, cover and lot rlso
until very light. Then add tho re
mainder of tho flour, knead, cover
and lot rlso until double In bulk,
Shape into a loaf, covor and let rise
I have purchased the W. II. Martin
Interest lu the Martin & ('ashman
store, and all accounts due the for
mer firm aro to bo paid to me Im
mediately. 4C&wk,e MAUUJC'ti P. CA8IIMAN.
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Deschutos County.
In the Matter of tho Kstntu of Su
dan K. Honson, Deceased,
Notion Im hereby given that Mury
A. Henson, executrix of tho last will
and testament of Susan 10. Hoiihoii,
deceased, has mado and filed with
tho Clerk of alio County Court of Dos
chutes County, Oregon, tho final ac
count of her administration of mild
cstato, und that tho Honnrublo Coun
ty Judge of said Deschutes County
has sot Monday, tho 4th day of
March, 1918, at tho hour of 10 o'clock
in tho forenoon at tho Court Itoom In
Hend, Oregon, as the .tlmo and plnco
of hearing the final Bottling of said
estate and all persons Interested aro
cited to appear at said time and placo
and show cause, If any, why nald ac
count should not bo allowed.
Dated this 29th day of January,
MARY A. HI3NSON,
Kxecutrlx of tho last Will and Tes
tament of Susan B. Uonson, De
!.. Hut hIoI I fl 111 . . I . .. IMit
", ,ixV. ,,i' k, 'ii . ..Provide.! for. as he Is thought to nave
I.oas of Water Itlghts; Adjudication' . ... .. ...... .. ,
and Administration of Water; The
Kxtenalon of Federal Aid In declama
tion; Itlght or Way for Irrigation
Dally, 11-12 Irrigation Prae !c i
Lecture Subjects: Selection and
Preparation of Land for Irrigation;
Methods of Applying Water In Irri
gation; Kconomlcal I'se of Irrigation
Water; Alfalfa, Pasture and Forage!
Crops Under Irrlgatlou; Irrigation of I
Potatoes, Oraln and o'ther Crops; Kf-j
feou of Irrigation Upon Soils and ,
Crops, Crop flotation.
Daily, 1:30-2:30 p. m. Irrigation
Management Lecture Subjects:
Measurement nud Division of Wa
ter; .Maintenance of Irrigation Ss-,
terns; Operation of an Irrigation ays-!
torn; Delivery of Water to Irrigators
Methods and Kerords; Material
and Structure for Distributaries; Or
ganisation for Operation and Main
tenance easts, rules and accounts.
Dally, 2:30-3:30 p. m. - Field dem
onstrations, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Pow
ers; Lecture Subjeets; Land Kxnm-
luntlou and Soil Testing; Wolr Con-l
struetlon and Measurements; Loca
tion of Farm Laterals with a l.ivl
and with Contour Map; FJdd Trip,
weather iiormlttln.Kj Construction of.
Chocks, Drops, Dlvlsoru and Love I-.
(Continued from Psge One )
C. Ithodea. Ward Coble.
Membership A. Whisnnul, II.
ltUiam, II. It. D Armuud.
AKrleuKurnl - . H. Iludsuu, A. J.
Krooiiert, J. II. Miner.
Industries J. P. Key on, J. A.
toe, K. P. Mahuffny.
Strnunru Itallnmd - P. Dement, It.
W. Suw)r, John Htoldl.
Htmds and Hlghwaysll. A. Mil
ler, W D. Hitmen, It. II. Could.
Truffle Carl A. Johnson, II. K.
Allen, II. K. Ilrau. .
Mercantile II M. Smith, D, O.
Mi'Phersou, Louts lleuuett.
Publicity It. W. Sawyer. A. Whis
nnul, P II. Plersou.
War Work C. M. McKay, II. Fer
rell, It. P. M Inter, Hugh O'Kune, C.
trrlaatlon 11. J Ovwrturf, II. C.
HIMs. V. A Forbee.
Our .lltnei Offer 'III U nud .Ir,
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urltlne vniir iimiiih utiil uililrm fln-r-
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Iv he. hlil linfiirH It Is ","1 r,,"l. o!',y Kidney IMIU and
ly lie 111.1 nerore It m.Fo,y nuintrtlc Tableta. Sold lAojp-
The Values are Unusually (Jood, If you desire
1 extra bedding for these cold snappy nights
here's your chance to economize.
'Silkoline Covered, Mixed Filled, (IHxKl
A SNAP !
80 Acres Irrigated
58 Acres Water Ri'ilit
40 Acres in Cultivation
A Good Houie and Darn
All fenced and cro fenced
The Improvements alone
are n orth the money.
J. A. EASTES
Cent Oregon's Leadin)
INSL i NCE AGENCY
Silkoline Covered, Carded, Cotton)
Killed, 72xKl Comlbrlers
Three Sisters Urand All Wool Hlankets
Rock River Speeial All Wool Hlankets
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