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t PRJNGLE FLATS I
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PIUNGI.N F1.ATS. July l.-Wnlter
Taylor mndo n trip to Ilond Wednes
day, accompanied by 0, II. GonunR,
who returnod Friday night.
' H. Kvans And William Comstock
Juado n trip to Hear Creek Saturday.
J. Schmeor la having 30 acres of
land broken and expects to seed SO
fcres this rail. Ills 60 acres of rye
looks tine, the beat In this neighbor
hood. William Wlggam visited on PrliiRle
Flats Monday evening, at the Kvans
Tho first nannies raised on Prlnglo
Flats wore grown by Mrs. II. Kvans.
f Mrs. William Comstock visited
v Mrs. Genung Friday evening.
D. Reynolds filed on a homestead
inn week noar Prluglo Flats.
William Wlggam returned to his
homestead last week.
C. A. llalsley and Mrs. William
Comstock have been on the sick list.
Mr. nalslcy and Master Harry
Evans made several trips to Imperial
. last week.
Mrs. Comstock and Miss Elliaboth
Evans called on Mrs. Martin Hall
mcyer Friday aftornoon.
; TUMALO, July 4. All kinds of
crops arc coming on fine in this com
I George McCallister was a caller at
this place yesterday. Ho was hunt
ing for horses.
. L, H. Hoot. Charles Spaugh, 1. E.
Winter and II. H. Hayley are hauling
much lumbar from tho Dayton mill
CRESCENT. July g. Shirley Buck
pf the district forestry offlco at Port
land and Mr. Strayhorn of tho bureau
of soils wcro In Crescent last Satur
day and on Sunday left for Heaver
Marsh and from there visited a num
ber of points In tho surrounding
country In the Interest of tho forest
Crescent celebrated tho Fourth
with a danco In the evening.
The forest servico reports the com
pletion of a telephone tine from Cres
ceiUto tho summit of Maiden Peak.
This peak is about 8000 feet high
And It is ospectod taat the lookout
there will bo ablo to locate any lire
that may occur in the forest and
, Don Caldwell killed a large black
bear a few days ago.
A number of Crescent people havo
been to the mountain lakes Ashing
for the past week.
HAMPTON. July 1. I. Zlerolf
went to Iiend last week to do some
work on his rented ranch, and ex
acts to remain over tho Fourth.
Hurley Hoguo Is hauling lumber
out from Ilond for his father's resl
donee on bis homestead two miles
Otis lgan and family, accompan
ied by Fred Itennctt, were Hampton
visitors one afternoon the past week.
E. F. llassctt, who has been In very
poor health for somotlme, expects to
leave In a few days if he is able and
may go as far as Portland to consult
Antone Weber went to Iiend with
I, Zlerolf to attend tho big celebra
tion there on the Fourth.
On Thursday afternoon, Juno 20,
for about two hours, Hampton was
Visited by the most severe wind re
corded bore for two years. 8ome
nmal! buildings and tents were over
turned and after tho. wind gardens
looked as If they were frost bitten,
but all revived by tho next day.
Mr. Egll, an old settler living 60
miles southeast of here visited Hamp
ton recently and said that the rye
looked better than what is grown In
his neighborhood on old ground.
William Fraser. who has a desert
claim near hero. Is visiting his par
ents on their homestead.
Tho Hampton Valley Development
Club met at the homo of Uuls Miller
on June 22. At this meeting tho
well drilling proposition was again
discussed and Victor Schroder of llol
yat was appointed to see a well driller
and mako arrangements for work to
he started. Much interest Is shown
at these meetings and one man walk
ed 10 miles to attend the lost ono.
Jlurr Hlack and I C. Peck left for
Dend for feed this week.
As tho 24th of June was thoH wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Q. Peck, a number of their friends
surprised them In the evening and a
Jolly time was had. Outdoor games
vfjoli,ayed until time for rfni
ments. and then couples were formed
jinjl oach took some, part of too re?
ircBliinems ana aujnurmm atuio ma
road to the Fogg residence. APcr
take rnd Jrult had been served, all
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nnthored around tho piano and sang.
There wcro 28 present.
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1MNKI11'KST. July S. A number
of Plnehurst people attended tho
Fourth of July celebration In Iiend
and also tho Kit Carson circus on tho
Cth. All express themselves as woll
George Couch And J. P. llnssctberg
havo taken the contract for clearing
sagebrush for 1. K. Wlmer.
An opportune rain, accompanied by
soma hall, fell hero during Wednes
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Swisher has been quite III.
Mrs. Will Hnkor of I.aldlaw was
guest of Mrs. J. II. Nichols Sunday.
Floyd Scott and Phil Smith went to
Charley Wlmer and sister passed
through hero Thursday on their way
Mrs. Jess llarter of I.atdlaw visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Couch, during tho week. '
Uart Nichols has resigned his po
sition as ditch rldor and Uyron Cady
Cady has taken his place.
POWELL nUTTE. July 8. Hay
ing has begun In earnest. W, A.
Foster, E. F. Archer and Nicholas
Appcl aro cutting their alfalfa now.
Many others will bo mowing in a few
days. William Johnson and son Robert
have returnod from tho Sisters coun
try whoro thoy havo been clearing
land, and will begin putting up their
ryo, which will cut an enormous
crop of hay. James Grlfllu has be
gun cutting his ryo. It will yield
heavily, being about six feet tall.
New potatoes wero dug hero Juno
28, at tho samo tlmo somo wero fin
ishing their potato planting. If tho
season ends as favorably as It has
been so far, thoro wilt be many tons
of tho tubers raised.
Spring wheat sowed on "dry land"
has shown just as good growth as
that on Irrigated land, so far.
Louis Hahlen lost a very good
horse lately from a wire cut A
strange thing about It Is that Mr
Hahlon. who has such a dlsllko for
barb wlro that ha has never used any
en his ranch, found his horse had
met Its death by being cut on a piece
of barb wlro only a fow feet king
thnt had someway become fastened
to a post at ono end, tho horse getting
Its leg through the colls In the loose
Mrs. W. A. Foster, who has been
suffering with an attack of tonallltls.
Is now recovered. Mrs. Long, nor
mother, returnod to her home In
Prlncvllle last week.
Tho Butte Valley school house Is '
spick and spun with a new coat of.
paint, and a couple added windows. I
The cistern on tho school grounds
lies been cemented on the outside.
These, with tho Inside Improvements,
makaHds ono of the most up to date
school houses In the county. Tho
work was dono by tho clerk, J. I.
At the recent annual school moot
ing the folowlng ofllcors wero elect-id-
J. t. Jonas, clerk; Nathan
Ueach, director. The other direc
tors are A. D. Morrill, chairman, and
Powell Ilutto was well represented
at the Ilond celebration. The pony
race was won by Joe Elliott's pony,
and Ort Moss furnished tho bucking
horse. Fred Hrown rode the pony
"Brandy" In the pony race and E, A.
Ilusselt and family wero In the auto
Rev. H. D. Foskett will spoak noxt
Sunday, July 14, morning and even
ing. Morning topic: "The Minute
Men of the Kingdom. Peoplo'o ser
vice of pralso In the evening. This
will lie followed by a short address on
"God's Uses of Little Things." A
short business- session and reception
of new members at the close of the
IJKAN IIUILIII.Vn ItENTKI).
Tho stone building erected by J.
II. Iloan on Wall street, whloh Is
Hearing completion, has been rented
by the owner. Tho first floor will
be occuplod by. the furnlturo store of
K. M. Thompson. Tho front olllcos
upstairs havo ben taken by Attor
neys Stono & Slants. The renters
will move In August 1.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
Cleclric Lighted Throughout
HUGH O'KANC, MANAOBR
Free bus 4
and from, trains
tii?? Mh iiiififcittiir, )kni,
FARMING FOR FUTURE PROFIT.
Trss Crop May Ds Mads Source of In
come If You Look Ahsad,
In nn article on "Tho Cure of the
Farm Wood Lot" O. A. Hcolt, state
forester at tho Kunsns Agricultural col'
Tho euro of the farm wood lot Is nn
Item In farm economy that should
deeply Interj-wt every farmer within the
hardwood rvulou. Timber when left
to cure for Itself natunilly deteriorate
In quality urn! quantity. Invariably
the best tret of the desirable species
are cut for various purpose; and no
thought I given to planting de-drablt
lives to take the place of thote that
lire cut. Cniieiioiitly the hurdler spe
cies ultimately eoiue to occupy the
greater xirt of the laud. Unfortunate
ly these tmnly singles ure often unde
An Investlpitlnn of the general con
dltlnn of our woodland reveals the
fait that the farmers usually clrt
their tlmherland as waste land or
practically tucn Investlpitluu reveals
s further fact that this timber Is grow
ing on the richest land within tho
state, laud Hint capable of produc
ing a maximum yield of valuable tim
ber and capable of yielding u pmtlL
There I not a farmer In the state
who would expeet to make a llnanclal
success of farming If he were to ban
die hi- limine-" ui the name Imxlt us
most farmerx are handling their wood
lots. The problem In handling the
wood lot is simply this: The unprofita
ble tree must bo cut and cleared from
the ground, and the land stocked with
a desirable species.
There are several trees that are en
tirely suitable for such planting. Where
tho ground can be cleared and put un
der cultivation the hardy cutalpa U a
profitable tree for planting on tho low,
rich bottom land that I occasionally
subject to Hooding, On such laud It
makes u remarkably rapid growth and
photograph by Ksnaas Beats Agricultural
TWKrrr-sYC!.TKAU-ot.D catalpa tbhs.
will wheti from twelve to sixteen years
of ago cut from 3.000 to 3XOO kmU pr
Tho cottonwood makes a more rapid
growth thuu the cutulpu on the same
character of laud as described and
will when from twenty-four to thirty
years old cut from l..COO to Li'.WO
board feet of lumber tier acre. The
cot tou wood lumber Is altogether sails j
factory for farm building puriosw
and In many revis Is superior in the
pine. The lumper Is light, but tough
and strong enough to give excellent
servico for farm buildings, it U also
used extensively at the present time
fur cnitfng nud other iurxet.
Where It Is Impractical to clear the
ground entirely of It present growth
It Is altogether puiMlblo that the statid
may be Improved by cutting out the
least desirable trees und underplant
ing the remainder with such trees as
the red cedarvfor the production of
posts and poles oiwllb white or Aus
trian pines for the production of lum
ber. Theso species will gfovr on al
most any character of Mill and, with
the exceptlou at the white plno, are
entirely hardy mid desirable for plant
Ing throughout the territory described.
The white pine Is subject to occasion ,
al injury by severe droughts or the ox
treine drying conditions of our siiminer
weather, und when used for. such i
planting It should lx plumed only on
north slopes, where It will be protect .
ed from the summer huh und wind i
The while und Austrian pines are trees ,
of comparatively rapid growth and i
will when from thirty to forty years
of nge )eld a cut of from H.000 to
U.tXHi board feet t acre of excelled'
lumber for all building purxe
Tho liiiilrtln niuCtliuTiicTlU! Hoiiio
stead u year for only 81.30,
Special Attention to
AH arrangements made for persons
desiring to go south and east of here
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aVl pnm i Sl0asHd tt
foin;tfaiiA iiflv 10, iuia.
FEATHnnO AND EQQ0HBLL8.
Thoso who choose Dorkings for eggs
aro usually dlsapMntcd. Tho I'iirIIsIi
call the Dorking the "cream of table
chickens" and for the table It Is dandy
when bred and fed rlclil.
In Cnglaud In tUU twenty eggs were
sold for a penny, and If the seller re
fused to take that hit eggs were for
feited That wasjieforu America and
tho American triut were discovered.
In mixing mash must poultry men
molMeu the bran and other Ingredients
with told woler. The brun should be
scalded, otherwise much of the uu
trlent value Is lout In the dropping
ami gritty sharp edged particle are
apt to cause Irritation,
Cleurlleld county (Pn.l fanciers have
been so pestered with chicken thieve"
that the Conlimrt ioultry raisers
bought a bloodhound to track the
thieves No lets than six men were In
tho county Jail at one tlmo awaiting
trial for chicken stealing.
The gold diggers of Hold City, Jo
hannesburg, South Africa, got a tier
vous shock when Hlr Thomas Oulllam,
M. I., told them not to think so highly
of the gold they dug nut of their mines
-that It was Mirmsd In value by
the egg laid by the heus of .the United
The procllco of penning breeding
ducks closely Is a mistake. As these
are select ducks and tho foundation
stock, they should he kcijt neur to na
tutu. (live them a good grass run
with water, If possible, and nutritious
mashes with plenty of meat food right
before and during hrei-dlnc season.
A committee of nine. apMntcd by
the Amerlcnu Poultry association. Is
at present working on a standard for
tho utility side of the poultry busi
ness. Utility Is the fouudatlon of
the poultry Industry, really the whole
thliiK. und It will not be long till the
MOST ATTRACTIVE LOCATION
in Bend Hot Water, Steam
Heat and Electric Light in every
room Ample Bathroom Facil
ities First Class New Furni
J. M. LAWRENCE
TO WESTERN POINTS
I fctT'H"111 ' igisW
nqr CI.ATHOP IICAt II, Hoasldo and Ooarhnrt, Ore
ip" A 0iftJ gon, on tho Paclflo, Ocean, This Is tho perfect
soashoro vacation resort Just south of tho mouth of tho Colum
bia ltlver. reuched directly by "Tho North Hunk Hoad," Tick
ets sold dally. Heturn limit October 31.
fa TAt'OMA, MO.VTAMAIIA FKHTO. . Tacoma'a
OKI grcat annual carnival, Tickets sold Juno 28
und July 2, Limit July 6.
C 0 K POHTIiANI),
P groatcst national convention of the year.
A solid wook of public entertainment.
u, 10. 11. Mtnit July 22.
. Ckt HKATTM:,
juiy ii, iu, ih. i.imit July zz,
Oregon Trunk Hallway trains run dally without change be
tween Central, Oregon points and Portland. Train leaving
Iiend G;30 a. in., Iledmond 7:16 a. m Turrebonno 7:30 a. m.,
Culvor 8:09 a. m Motollus 8;30 a, m,, Madras 8:40 a, m., ar
rives Portland C;30 p. m.
Details will be furnlshod on request.
'W, E, COMAN, Oen'l, FcelKht
VJ. H. CORBETT,
ntlllTy show will I tho whole show
and tho Industry, thus oiicouraged.
mako greater strides than ovor.
It Is remarkable how many profes
lonnl men an' raising poultry, We
always find them at farmers' Insti
tutes where we lecture, and thoychnro
us to our hotel to Interview us. and
wo tlnd many of them enthusiastic
oxporis. Pun bred birds aro pretty
Interesting pels, and they pay. They
take the tired mind off tho da ly
grind. Yes. the simple life In Its
varied phases Is a godsend to man.
First Clnmt Work GunrnnU'od
. Host I'lnco to Iluy
China and Cut
Front Street r .v
FR.OM BEND, ORXCON
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
III.KH (HUM) LQlHll), Tho
Tickets Bold July 7, 8,
(iOMIII.V POTMTCII. Boattlo's
& Paw. Agt , Portland, Oro.
f, Agt,, Dend, Ore.
HUHIMIHS AM) PHOFKHHIONAt,,
frv r- "-1 -'' - -
H. F. Hlotio Bylvostor t. Htnnti
HTONU A HTAAT8
Omco Corner Mlnncsnta and Wall Bi
Work Carefully Dono.
J. .M. KAWItC.N'Ui:
li o n n s, li it ii d It li s I n o s s
Jusllco of Poaoo Notary lul
I'miernl Dim (or
Phono, tady Asslstnnt
0. P. NIHWONOKIt, Ilond, Ore,
Dr. !'. W, Clarke Dr. U. V. .NtmhouJ
O V T I I A N M
Tho Dalles, Oregon
Wo do (Irlmlliig of all l.wimn.
In Ilond l'.very Month
MAIIIO.V ,M. I.HHII
.N ii r m o
I)t II, Uliick Ifi, Coiilur Addltloi
miw. i:. iii:nm:ii
Painless Itemoval of Corns, etc.
Corner Third and Juniper AyJ
Till: J. II. HANCIt AUSTItAtT IX)
Comploto tract Indoxrs and pholo)
graphic copies of all Crook Count:
and Dietary Advice
Dlt. II. D. KKTCIIUM
Odlco Hours 9 to 6 or by ApisilntJ
ntoht at tho Homo of Patient.
W. Ws Faulkner, D. M. D.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician arid Surgeon
Or-PICH OVKK riK5T NATIONAL hi
Office Hours: lo to 11 a, m.; i to J ssl
7 to b p. m.
Dknu, : Ou lino
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OWICX IN flMT NATIONAL HANK UltX
Vernon A. Forba
vmar national bank dux).,
Qeorge S. Young
Civil, Mining and Iurioation
Omco with J. A. Koslos.
F. O. MINOR
LI Fl-:FI K K ACCI DKNT
Notsry Public and CoiiveytncliiK-AiJ
Lrtfat PtU.fa tklirrltw tlraufti
I.Ksl Psptri Correctly Drswu,
W. E. PARKER 2
l)lii,l,l Ct ...! Mt4
I IUIIII111, OLUUIII UIIU IIU
Jobblnjr Promptly Attended to,
cawwcii & main 8
All Kinds of Blacksmitl'
MlnncKotit St., Hot. DontI and Wal
Chsrles Itoyd, Prop.
First Class Work
of all kinds
R. H. LOVBNJ
Wall stroot, Rohq, j