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PRINULK FLATS, near Hold P.
O., Juno 4. Mr. (Ioiiuuk, returned
from Rend last week.
0. A. ltalsloy mid his brother-in-law,
William Comstock, nrrlvod nt
tho homo of Mr. and Mr. II. Kvaus
Mr. and Mrs. Rntsley nro havltiK
tliolr house rebuilt on Uielr honie
Rtead. Tho Prlnglc Flats school r.ivo a
lilonlc last, Friday. Ahioiir thoaa
present wero: Mrs. M. Hallmeyor
nnd children. Mrs. Marrln, Miss
Campbell. Mrs. Wlll.vm Conistock,
Mrs. II. Kvans. Miss Pierce. Mrs. C.
A. llnlslcy and children and Mrs.
HAMPTON, June 4 Melvln
Crow came In from Rend last week.
and Is at work around his homestead
Mrs. K. Van Lako was a Ilamp-
ton visitor yesterday.
Last Tuesday onq .of K. R.'-Post's
machines brought Mrs. E. F. Ilassett
nnd little son and Mrs. ltassctt's.
mother, Mrs. Flsk, from Ilcnd. Mrs.
Ilassett will make this her home
for some time nnd Is cll 'pleased
with tho atmosphere as well as the
scenery. Mr. Ilassett has a 350
ncro homestead. Their former homo
was In tho Wlllamctto valley, hut
they havo heen In Itoston for several
V. T. Harrison took n load of
household goods to Iron Mountain
this week for Fritz Anderson. Mrs.
Harrison accompanied him and they
aspect to tnako a pleasure trip as
wo.lt as on business.
Mrs. Ixnils Miller's second lot of
chick otis wrro hatched out of the In
cubator last week, and sho bos set
8. F. Ilassett Is having some Im
provement dona on his homestead
and as soon as he can get the lumber
hauled will do considerable building.
Ilurr Ulack Installed a now pump
In his well recently.
One day last week there were
10 .SS-gallou barrels filled from the
'well one-balf mllo south of tho Rend
Durnsroad near the 66th mllepott.
Thls'ls iu" addition to tho many head
of stock watered there twice each
day, and when water U lowered It
fills In a very short time. There
seems to, bo strong water veins in
this section as there is also a splen
did well on Louis Miller's home
stead. Day after day last fall this
well was pumped dry, hut by the
next morning there would bo enough
to supply not only their own stock,
but those of several neighbors and
Vascersby as wall.
Saturday evonlng tho friends of
J. I. Owen expected to glvo him a
surprise, but upon arriving a his
home found him waiting to receive
them. Before darknps fojl a lively
came of ,,ante-over" was enjoyed
around the store building. As it
was an Ideal moonlight night such
gam os as "snap." "last couplo out"
aad "Ruth and Jacob" were played
outdoors. Cocoa and cookies were
served for refreshments and every
one felt as though the evening was
a groat success in spite of the coun
ter surprise sprung by Mr. Owen.
Those pressnt were: II. C. Miller,
Messrs. Phillips. Necld. Whltaker.
Zlerolf, lllaok. Owen, W. T. Harri
son and family, Louis Miller and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Peck. Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. C. Peck and Miss Ethel
Hampton Sunday school recently
took a spec'al collection to be used
for the purchase of new song books.
A committee was appointed com
)osed of Ilurr Black, Mr. Harrison
and L. C. Peck and after looking
over severs! books selected some en
titled "Belts of Heaven." The books
have been ordered to come by ex
press to Bend and are expected soon.
The Crook county road crew was
through hfiMost Thursday and the
work ccrtifuly improves the road.
J. H. MUSGROVE
THE LOTUS BAR
Schmidt St Must-rove, Props.
WINES LIQUORS CIQARS
ONLY THE BEST OP
t Bond Street
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Electric Lighted Throughout
HUGH O'KANE, MANASIR
Fre ku to
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ORKSCfiNT, Juno C Mrs. Joo L.
Ulngo and children of lte.iver Marsh
visited Mrs. E. 0. Kourk this week.
J. It. Harvey, supervisor of tho
Deschutes Forest Reserve, 0. J.
Buck, assistant district forester,
Shirley Buck, T. T. Munger, nnd F.
E. Atnes, woro hero n fow days for
matters pertaining to the govern
Heno West nnd family of Bend
hnvo gone tu Odoll Lako where thoy
will establish n hotel for tho summer
Adolphiis Kclser Is putting a glass
front In his building on Main street
which ho will HBO for mercantile
Thomas McCord wna In town a fow
days froui Odoll Iiko to get lumber
windows and doors, nnd other fix-
tt)rfes for tho MnthoWq-Cnples lodge
at tho lake. '0. . Andorson re
turned with him.
John Knott, road supervisor for
northern Klamath county, has begun
work on tho Sliver Iiko road to bo
built In a southeasterly direction
Jroio Crescent, C W. Wood nnd
family are camped hero to assist In
L. C. Slsemorc nnd friends passed
through Thursday In a car cu route
to Bend, Burns, Silver Lako and
other points. Mr. Slsemoro Is the
Democratic nominee for clork of
David Ashcnbrenncr and family
who'wero hero for a fow days, loft
Wednesday for Klamath Falls.
II. W. Burroughs was In town
Saturday. Ho has closed a success
ful term of school nt Long Prairie.
Mrs. O. W. Anderson Is visiting
friends In La Pine.
Thomas Bracken left on Saturday
for Portland to attnd tho Itose
Tl'MALO, Juno 6. Mr. McKay,
two daughters and son wero out to
this place from Bend Friday. They
are newcomers from Oklahoma and
say they are much pleased with Cen
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hudson and
cousin, Donald iflandlng, were pleas
ant callers at this placo last Thurs
day. Mr. Hudson oxpresscd himself
surprised at the rapid growth of the
crops In these parts.
Forest Rangors 11. G. Smith and
Vincent were hero Friday on thoir
way to Bend. They havo been cruis
ing timber in the vicinity of Sisters.
C. II. Spaugh and I. E. Wimcr
wero' in tho Sisters country Thurs
day. Q. W. Wlmer & Sons are putting
up somo woven wire fetico In order
to bo better prepared to enro for
All kinds of crops are coming on
flae la this vicinity, and there never
was n bettor prospect tor a uurapor
yield than at present.
John B. Wlmer was out from Iald
law visiting home folks today.
George Campbell has !oon work
ing on his homestead lately prepar
ing to put up some wire fence and
make other Improvements.
FORT ROCK, June 8 Mrs. Mlnnlo
a lies left for Portland Thursday
where she will visit with her daugh
ter and friends this summer,
A. R. Donohue of Christmas Lake
passed through hero Friday on his
way to Bend with a load of wool.
Mrs. J. A. Trlplett is visiting with
Mrs. J. S. Beesley at La Pine this
Mrs. Ray Nash was visiting In the
Arrow' neighborhood Friday.
Three-fourths of an Inch of rain
W. F. SCHMIDT
Bend, O re eon
Special Attention to
AH erraaf wests nsade for pf rsoM
tyimt ft jpUMUf4 essof kre
foil In this valley Friday evening,
which will Insure n bumper crop of
both fall mid spring sown grain.
A. N. Jones, who linn boon doing
some Iniprovumcntii on his desert
claim, left for Bend Friday.
J. T. K ho ton was u business caller
In Silver Lake today,
W. II. Now, proprietor of Hotel
Fort Bock, mndo n trip to Bond
Nick Barrett nnd Itobert .Morgnu
of Fremont wero trading horn tho
first of tho week.
Mrs. J. I. Htrntton, who litis boon
teaching school in (ho Christmas lake
district, oiuuo homo Friday.
KIDOEWAY, Juno 10. Howard
Hartley tins bought tho Huberts plnco
on Suunw Creek nonr Sisters of A. C.
Ptiilih nnd will movo there this
Last Mominy Knlph Ltimbeak,
with his grandmother, Mrs. Smith,
moved to tho Geo. lllggliisou home
.-'.o.'.d, which thoy hnvo rented
Mr. lllgglusoii nnd family stnrtod
June 3rd on n camping trip to Cali
fornia, oxpcctlng to spend the sum
mer In northern California near tho
coast and Inter seeking n location
Mrs. J. O. McKlnney and Miss
Violet are visiting Mrs. Edd Howell
Mrs. Warren Chnlfnn and Mrs.
Howard Glllct on Wednesday visited
nt tho Scogglu homestead.
Misses Leotn and Frances Murk
of Laldlaw visited on Thursday with
Misses Nellie and Myrtle Scoggln.
On Saturday evening tho young
people of tho neighborhood gave n
surprise party to Miss Myrtle Scog
gln. Those present wero: Mrs. It.
Hartley, Misses Lnvlno Woolloy,
Carrie McCulloy, Lcotn nnd Frances
Murk, Nolllo Scoggln, Myrtlo Scoggln,
Messrs. II. Hartley, E. Edglngton, K.
Mills, J. McCully. K. I.umbeck, A.
Gertson, G. Woolley. L. Miller, G.
Gortson, G. Putllam, II. nnd P.
LAIDLAW, June 10. Mrs. Hiram
Cook nnd Mrs. Arthur Dickenson nro
on the slek list.
Miss Laura Mnrlon waa In town
Elmer Peterson, Boulah Richard
son and Melba Baker drove to Bend
Sunday evening and attended tho
Postmaster Stiles of Deschutes
was her Monday.
J. II. Wlmer has purchased tho
Becker property on Crook avenuo and
has moved his oltlco there.
Roy Winters and wife wero tradlnk
with merchants hero Tuesday. He
recently purchased Miss James'
homcatoad In tho. "high desert"
country and will looato on It.
The Misses Murk were visiting at
tho Scoggtns homo near Tumalo
Robert Sturgeon is able to be out
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Horner and
children drove to Sisters nnd Cllno
Falls Sunday last.
Mrs. Frank Murk was In Bond
Rov. A. O. Walker or Alfalfa de
livered very interesting sermons hero
last Sunday, morning and evening.
Stato Engineer Lewis and deputy
of Salem wore hero on business re
cently. Mrs. C. M. Redfleld of Deschutes
We have the machine you need the best that is made.
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'Several on hand set up ready to cut your hay. Come
in, Mr. Rancher, and see them.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddles Dealer In Wagon's, Buggies one)
Farm ImpIcmcnU-r-Seeds and drain for 43I0.
was In town Tuesday.
Mr, Jnmea will noon return from
Portland, bringing with him hln sun
Otis and family,
Mr. mid Mrs. Llvesloy of Deschutes
wero In town Thursday.
A farewell party was given lu
Horner's hull Friday night In honor
of Miss lloulnh Itlnhnrdsou, who loft
on Sunday morning h train with hur
mother, Mrs. Wallace, for Portland
MlsHldn Murk was lu iown Satur
day. Mrs. Joss Hurler visited with her
mother, Mrs. M. G. Couch, Friday.
Born, lu Luldlnw, on Juno 7, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fluids, n sou.
Mr. and Mrt. F. E, Dayton were lu
town Saturday, also Mr. and Mrs,
POWELL llirTTE. Juno 10 After
about July 1. ivostonicu money orders
'may bo obtained at tho Powoll Ittitto
This neighborhood enjoyed a fine
rain Inst Friday and nil crops nro
making good, accordingly. Fields of
rye may be seen averaging n good
live feet tall, lots of It six feet, and
barley, of extra height, all headed
otit. Winter and spring wheat Is
looking splendid nnd potatoes nnd
gardens are coming on unusually
Haying will soon bo on here, as
alfalfa wilt bo ready to cut In two or
three weeks, some of It Is now a fool
and a half high. Some of tho early
clover Is tcglunlng to bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Saunders nnd
family and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Gal-
brnlth and family went on nn outing
to tho Deschutes river Inst week.
A great Improvement hna boon
mndo In tho lower rond to Redmond
Tho rocks linio been taken out nnd
tho rond straightened lu places.
t P1NEHURST j
PINEIIUKHT. Juno 10. The n
jmlr wink on the Spaugh and Wlmer
Irrigation ditch is completed.
Mr. Sandal made n business trip to
John Couch went to Bend Satur
day on business.
A'good rain, which greatly lessened
tho Irrigation work, fell hero Friday
George Couch returned from Bend
Tho farmers In this locality hnvo
prospects of a splendid yield of grain
FARMERS AND If lUNDMASTEII.
To the Editor of Tho Bulletin:
' We farmorn would like to know
what tho people of Bond moan by al
lowing their pound men to go away
out buyond tho city limits and run
horses and entile Into tho pound, nnd
in uko ii big oxponso to thum. It I
hard enough for farmers In this
country to mnku living oxponses
without being troubled thnt way.
Tho Bend people will havo cnttlo and
run them out around our places, oat
off our outside imsluro and It Is all
right. If tho Kundiaster would
not get his dollar for running stock
In but would be fined for going out-
side for them, we would havo no kick
Innc Jt Davidson's shop Is the
Ix-nt plara In lonu tu gxt your linlr
cut or a slime.
Totwiktilii blank, neatly Ixiuntl In
books, US rents nt Tlio Bulletin.
nearly here. That means
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BUCKEYE MOWER TIME.
Bxalnt Wlrs Opllesr.
The nonli'st and stroiiKest spllco enn
bo mndo with this tittle Instrument. It
is mndo of n strip of Iron ouo Inch wldo
it nil onu-cigiiiu
Inch thlek. Ono
end Is cut nar
row mid I bout
Into n hook liirgu
v ti o n g h to lit
neatly tho Inr
gest wire to be
Npllrcd. At the
sides of this (wo
luilehes nro Med.
ns shown In I'lg
1, lu Fig. U the
splicer Is seen In
position on the
wlro. Tim arrow
Indicates the di
rection In which to turn to make (he
splice. A pair of In rue pincers or u
vise should be ued to hold the two
wire Mmcvii the rails while turning
(he splicer, In Fig. II the splice (
shown us tlulshcd. The length of tho
handle tuny vary. If tho splicer t lo
ln ued for net wire, of course the
bundle cannot be longer than the width
of tho mesh; otherwise six or seven
Inches U about right for No H wire.
If It U lo t-e Ksvd only for Mimll wire
the length of the tmndlu should be re
duced for tho sake of convenience.
Th UMful rtsdlih.
When sowing onion seed mix In some
mdlh seed. It germinates more (illicit
ly than oiiloux, anil (he row can be
cultivated hvfoiv the weeds pre fairly
started Without rmllshe the rows
cannot be sevn for several week.
Orchard nnd Garden.
The quickest growing tree for a
shelter twit N the willow.
8tmwy, stalky manure make an
ideal mulching ferlllUer for both jnuim
nnd old apple irev. A great many ure
literally djlmt from starvation. Thl
eiinrw manure will euiiserie moisture
While send" soils nre protwibly good
for straw li-rrle. nnr soil nut too rich
will bring kmhI results The Isuil
should be well omiturrd anil tlioniuuh
Long Isleiid genleners Imve been
shipping ltimMr of aMirted unieia
lde lo New York families. A uniform
price of ?..M it Ihiiiiint (holding more
IIhiii h bti'beli U i tin rued the r
nnnal riii plan U sinvsful, si
(hough iimiI on ii small wnltv
It.'im'tnlhT t lut t the wimmI nbe thill
conie fnun the einik stoic. Ilreplace or
fiinini'T nn (be l-"t kluii or rertnirer
for the orvlinnl. In wu or giinlen
If rllniblug cut worms bother orrhnrd
or other eroM by rating bud nnd foil
age waller olonrd bnll about. Till
Is made br mixing one imiind pari
grt-en with twenty pound brnn and
adding one to (wo pints mnlnsse.
Keep this away frrtu the chk-kens. ,
Dosing a Shttp.
Sheep medlt'liii iiei-U to bo given
carefully and should he as smnll as
possible In quidiilty Do-ti are admltc
Isteretl by holding the animal between
the knees and pouring the tlnld Into (ho
uioutb, otKcrvIng the same precautious
us to roughing as with other animals.
The tiest form of Iwttle tu the absence
of the Inteiilei) nrtlele Ii that In which
sauces are sent out. They are strong,
have n narrow neck nnd are gcuernlly
of about the right cmelty-slx to eight
oiinceH. American Cultivator,
Spring Qrailng an Evil.
The stock can damage the pasture
m-IiIIh Him croimd Is soft nnd the cms
jut stnrtlng Henry spring grnzlng l
nbout the wnrsi (htng Hist can In done
to n pasture nnd should not prnc
tlced If the dry feed will hold out.
TAFT SIGNS JW5THD BILL '
Thrcr-yenr Iiiiw Now In lJlTect Flvo
Months Lento of Ahicncu Annually
The throu-yniir lintuontuml bill was
sinned Frldity by Prcsldtnit Tnft.
Tho now munNuro provldcH that tlia
litimi'Hltiiid I'crloil ho rettured from
live to thrun yours, and mitrynion nro ,
permitted lenve of nhHcnco not to ox
cund llvo citiiHcuutlvo months enuh
ynnr, thoy IioIiik roiiilred lo notify 1
the lounl laud otllrii when they leiivn
tho land nnd of tho dntu of their re
turn. A cultivation clause la lururfair
11 tod which riMiulriM the eulryiinin to
cultivate nut lens than onifuWloimtli '
of tho area of his entry tint second
year nnd (MU'-hIhIiIIi t list third year. ,
I in f nro rorulvltiK pnteut. The law
applies to nil entries, luetudlUK "
Inrni'd homosteniU nnd nil pcndliiK
Kntrymiin who hnvo not yet re
reived n patent will have the prlt '
lotto of completing their proof under
Ilia old law If they prefer, ,
The best of servlre makes Innes &
DnliUiiii' Inu-Iht shop tho inont mi
ular ouo la lleud.
Tho best and most up-to date nnp
of tho county is the blueprint imp
which Tho Itullotln has for sale. It
shows all the now roads and towns.
IIUHINKHH AND PROI'ICSMIO.VAIi.
sswa it 1111 1 n, uriptfl ! . -i nr
K. F. Htuno H) I venter L. Htaats
KTONi: AS HTAATH
Oltlco Corner Minnesota nnd Wall Bis, 1
Work Carefully Done.
J, M. LVWUIINCt:
L on us, Lntiil II un 1 11 cms
Justlco of Peace Notary Publlo
Phono. Iidy Assistant
C. P. NlrlWONOHIi, I lend. Ore.
Dr. 1'. W. Clarke Dr. (I. F. NcIiiiuo
O P T I ) I A N t
The Hallos, Oroj(on
Wo do OrludlUK of all lenses.
In Ilcnd Kvory Month
.MARION ,M. LIlHIt
Iot 11, lllock 15, .Center Addition
- Rend, Oregon
MILS. !.'. IIRNNKR
Painless Removal of Corns, etc
Corner Third nnd Juniper Ave
Nature Methods Chronic Disorder
and Dietary Advise A MpeclHlty
dr. it. 11. i.irrciir.M
Oltleo Hours 9 to & or by Appoint
metit nt tho Home of Patient.
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
It e ml, O r e x o n
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFHICK OVKK IJKHT NATIONAL BK.
Office Hours: lo to u . in.; 1 to j nd
7 to 8 p. ni.
Bund, : Oukoon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
orncK im yiurr NanoKAt rkk ttx.
Vernon A. Forbes
JMT KATI0KAI, BANK BUXJ,,
George S. Young
Civil, Minino and InititUTioN
Office with J. A. Eaatca.
F. O. MINOR
T M H II A vnn
Notary Public and Couveysuclnn-All
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
. Caldwell & Main
All, Kinds of Blacksmith
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