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TUB IWND BULLETIN, I1KND, WKDNKHDAY, AWll'ST 14, 10IU.
A Rood. Hvo corespondent It want
ed by Tho Itullotln at tho tallowing
places: Prlnevlllo. llodmond, 81s
ton and Mtllican Valley, to send In
lio'wa ttoms and act as our agents.
Liberal pay. Address, llullctln.
5 HAMPTON. j
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HAMPTON, Aug. C Tho past
week haa boon a stormy ono for har
vesters, but very llttlo hay was dam
aged In this neighborhood.
Mrs. J. N. Crow and daughter l.au
ra returned from Hend recently, after
talcing her daughter Kvelyn and nleco
Miss Wilson to llcnd en route to
Washington where allss Evelyn will
nttend high school tho coming win
ter. Miss Uuth Lanford and Mr Gul
ovson of Dry takes spent last Sunday
with Mlsa Hthel Fogg.
Tho rabbits nre doing considerable
damage to gardens In this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Prcsnnl, Mrs. McVlt
tie and daughter and Mrs. Green
were visitors in Hampton last Thurs
day. Lee Klggs haa as lino a field of bar
ley aa can bo grown any place
Mr. Whlttakcr Is enjoying a visit
from his father, mother and brother
from tho Willamette valley.
Albert Lowe of Hend, accompanied
by his sister, is at Floyd Phillips'
place looking around with tho view
of 'taking up homesteads near here.
Miss Kato lirlckey Is spending a
few weeks with Mrs. Logan at
The Hampton school board baa en
gaged V. V. Willis of Forest Grove
to tcacn tho coming term of school.
Mr. Willis has both Oregon and Cali
fornia stato diplomas and has taught
ns principal for a number of years,
but wishes to rest from such ardu
ous duties and has chosen Central
Oregon as a good place for this.
Tho gardens have been much bene
fited by tho recent rnlua and a home
Bteader of this vicinity says thoy aro
enjoying green peas at his house, as
well as radishes, lettuce, etc. These
peas have been grown without any
protection whatever from tho frosts.
William Tando brought J. L. Owen
a fine lot of vegetables from his gar
den near Imperial. Thero wero kale,
onions, lettuce and radishes In tho as
sortment. Louis Miller has some good spring
wheat, with good beads and well
Durr Illack recently added five
acrca to his clearing and W. T. Har
rison three acres.
William VIsser. whose homestead
Is on the west slope of Hampton
Uutte, has potatoes, turnips, beets
and all the earlier vegetables, aa well
as wheat aad barley.
ami other towns or the county.
Tbo Hcctlou built wit Codington
county' portion of the Meridian high
way from Galveston, Tex., to Winni
peg. Manitoba, and It Is estimated that
1,000 men, with 300 borxen and 23
steam and pi soil no tractors took part
In tho work, which Yrna under tho su
pervision of Stato Hngtnccr S, II. Lea.
A mass meeting, which was held In
tho morning, was nddre-ued by tho
stato engineer, and the workers wero
instructed in tho details of road con
structlon according to the general Me
ridian road plan.
Mayor Wagner and his staff of city
oQlcials, Adjutant General O. II. F.n
gleaby and a force of national guards
meu. Codington county officers and
deputies and many merchants and pro
fessional men took part in tho work.
Tho women of Watertown organized,
and furnished luncheon and carried
food to the workers In automobile.
THE BENEFITS FROM
NttworH of Highways to Join
Portion of tho Stato.
To complete an Intcrcounty system
of wagon roads throughout a atato ev
ery road projected or rebuilt slwuld bo
undertaken with reference to a general
plan under the supervision of a atato
highway department and located by
competent engineers with duo consUl
cratlou for Centura of population and
needs of buslucM.
While each county develops n ayatom
of Its own without reference to n state
plan and each county ta building roads
with no regard to a system of Inter
county connecting roads, tho people nre
"going It blindly" exactly as did tho
original builders of our railways, only
to soon find themselves convicted of
wasting inllllon-t of do'laru ami years
of Umo and unnblo to crona a state ex
cept by tho use of signboards and tho
employment of gulden.
In ancient times the Unmans ran
tholr roads dlroclly from point to point
climbing mountains, filling depressions
'and bridging rivers, and at tlio prcv
cut day rnllwnys nro spending millions
to correct tho errors of local compa
nion and engineers who first planned
and built railways from point to point.
In many states more money Is spent
In ten years to repair and maintain
local systems of rmd than It will cost
to construct n connoctlng system of In
tercaunty ronds throughout tho slnte.
In many rases tho old routes should
be adapted, but In nil cases tho romls
should lie straightened wherever lo.
slbto and grade lessened by cuts In
the hills nnd tills In tho depressions.
Travel Is no longer local within tho
county, but Is Intcrcounty by tho peo
ple nnd for tho people of the state,
therefore the system should tm Inter
county and paid for by statu Ixmds to
be cared for by future tax levies on all
tho property owned by tho people of
Hotter mads will bring hope, happi
ness nnd comfort to the people, and
tho voters of tho stale should prepare
for tho construction nnd maintenance
of nn Intcrcounty system of wngnn
roads. Anything which would Interfere
with such a beneficent proposal will
amount to n public calamity.
MUCK I'Olt CIHTIillNH.
Tho lloud llrlok Company desires
to cnll special attention to tho ad
vantages of using lirlok for olatnrn
nnd similar work. It Is tho most
economical nnd Ihu most satis
factory material. illllf
A photo ropy of that old picture
of father nnd mother omt bo ntntln
at the Howard Studio, llest of work,
and reasonable, too.
IIUHINKNH AND l'HOI'KHHIONAL.
it on hut it. dot; 1. 1
('It II KllUlllfCt'
HknlliiK link open etrry
First Class Work
of nil kinds
Wull street, llcnd, Oro.
p Hog Center s
All Indications point toward Hend as tho center of
a profitable and extensive hog raising section. The cli
matic conditions of this section nro tdoat. Shipping
facilities mako rapid transportation at low cost possible.
Farmers will do well to look Into tho hog rnlslug busi
ness as it Is a paying ono.
Getting the largest profit nut of n pig, requires
simply proper feeding to develop the greatest amount of
weight In the shortest time, on tho most economical feed.
FOR THIS PURPOSE. FKKD I'N'IO.V MEAT COMPANY 8
Union Meat Company's Digester Tnnkngo develops
bono and musclo In young pigs, nnd makes them grow.
It prevents rhoumatlsm, thulium nnd rlckutts It Im
parts such fit and finish to "show" swine and market
hogs that it has won tho title. "Tho feed that makes
Prlio Winners and Market Toppers."
Union Meat Company's Digester Tanknge Is tho most
economical feed obtainable. Hxporlments have shown
that 11 worth of Digester Tanknge puts tunro weight on
to a hog than 11 worth of any other kind or food.
Digester Tanknge Is a concentrated Protein Meal.
It Is mado from fresh, wholesome piece of moat trimmed
from lof. It Is shipped in the form of n meal which
rtakes It vastly mlxod In mnsh fowls. Shipped In con
venient 100 pound sacks. Keeps Indefinitely.
Digester Tanknge has been tried and recommended
nnd Is now being used by best growers and authorities
In the Northwest. It Is becoming more popular every
day. It will pay you to know more about It. Send at
once for circular No. ID.
UNION MEAT COMPANY
NORTH PORTLAND. OREGON
Central Oregon Brokerage Co.
WITir A COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF
in the Mitrlcy & Simpson building, next
to New Tnggart Hotel. ...Buy Groceries
of us. Yon are sure of getting fresh
PRICES THE LOWEST IN TOWN.
L. B. MISENER
K, 1 Htono Hylvustur L. iltaats
HTOM3 .V HTAATH
Olllco Corner Minnesota and Wall His,
Work Carefully Dona.
J. M. LAWHIINCIl
h o n ii Nf Land II u n I n n a a
Juitlco of Peace Notary I'ubllo
" I'unernl Dlrrctor.
Phono, I. ady Assistant
O. P. NiHWONOKIt, llutul, Oro.
Dr. i W. Clarkn Dr. (i. I'. Nimlioimo
Clarke-New limiso Co.
OI'TIOI A N H
Tho Dalles, Oregon
Wo do Grinding of all Lotisos.
In llcnd Kvery Mouth
r. ii. Thompson, m. i,
, l'li)liiiui iitnl Huigtiiti
Oltlro temporarily at residence
on Kentucky Hired.
.MARION M. I.RSII
11, Illook IS, Center Addition
Till! J. II. IIANIIlt AIIHTHAUT CO.,
Cniuplete trad Indoles nnd photo
graphic copies of all Crook County
I PWNGLfe FLATS
PRINOLB FLATS. Aug. C Mr.
und Mrs. Paul Held, Mr. and Mrs.
Rickman, Mr. and Mrs. Kvans, Mr.
Davidson and Mr. Logan spent Sun
day afternoon with Mlsa Plerco and
Mr. and Miss Campbell. The men
folks spent the afternoon playing
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oenung visited
Mr. Ltbby Sunday.
Mr. Christenson called on Mr. and
Mrs. II. Kvans Friday evening.
Mr. Llbby Is cutting his re. It Is
said to be the beat In the country.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
lilectrlc Lighted Throughout
Special Attention to .
Transient Travel T
PORT ROCK, Aug. 10 Mrs. T.
H. itrady was shopping In La Pino
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hover, who
have been visiting their son and
daughter tho past two weeks, depart
ed for their home In Ashland the
II rat of ttw wonk.
Mrs. H. V. Wright and two daugh
ters, i:ie and Alice, who havo spe.it
the spring and summer at Potlatch,
Ida., arrived homo Friday.
Mbta Kdith Ruoton spoilt the week
end visiting her aunt lu tho Pleasant
J. L.. Headnnwu. who has been
visiting his duutfiter, Mrs. J. L.
Drown, this summer, left for Port
O. C. Hrlggs left for Ashland Tues
day, where he has somo business
matteru to attend to.
F. W. Charles went to Silver Lake
Sunday to tako charge of the Leader
force for a fow weeks.
Mrs. A. 8. Hawk and Mrs. H. Fish
of Fremont were shopping in this
Free bus to
and from trains
MUQM O'KANC, MANAQKR
AH arrangements msde for persons
desiring to go south and east of here
Vacations At The Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Low round trip fares aro In effect nil Miimmor This beau
tiful beach stretches twcnty-flvo miles south of tho Columbia
Hl.t-r Seaside and (icarhart havo first class hotels, cottagea
and camping places, turf bathing, lluhlng, mountain water, etc.
LOW ROUND TRIPS EAST
Throughout t'm summor, en tho ditns given below, round
trip tickets will be sold to tho polnta lu tho east shown below,
und many oners, at the fares quoted
VjHrfilT.irSPv UbVH Ulla'iy HBiB IUV asrB till m BE
Detroit $r.i) Omaha $110 00
Duluth 110.00 Philadelphia 10S 50
Kansas flty MOO I'lttsliurjf JU. SO
Milwaukee "S.fjO Kt. LouIh "0.00
MlnntiU)olh 00.00 Hi. 1'uul 1)0.00
Monti oal lfti.00 Toronto lil.CO
New York 109.50 Vatliln:ton 107.50
What ths Citizens of Codington Coun
ty, Tx., Old In a Day.
Twenty-four miles of road In Coding
ton county 'were Improved In one day.
June 25. by the cUlzeus of Watertown , um
CENTnAL DREGDM LINE
(HIL'AT NORTIIHRN AVI NORTIILRN PlflFIC RAILWAVH,
Atlantic lty 61 If 00
Haltlinoio 107 53
('olorodo Spring M.W
DATES OP SALE
July 23. 20, 211, 30, 31, 1012.
August 1, 2, 3, , 7, 12, 111, 22, 23, 211, 30, 31, 1012.
September 4, 5, (I, 7, 8, 11, 12, 20, 1012.
Stopovers and choice of routes allowed In
Final return limit October 31, 1912.
Train leaving Hend 6:30 a. in. connects directly
FASTTHROUaH TRAIN EAST.
Details of schedule, fares, etc., will bo furnished on request
f. B, COMAN. J. II. CORIIKTT
Qen'l Frt. and Pass. Agent, Agent, Hend, Ore.
, MOST ATrRACTIVE LOCATION
In Bend- Hot Water, Steam
' Heat and Electric Light in every
room Ample Bathroom Facil
itiesFirst Class New Furni
Nature Methods Chronic Disorders
and Dietary Advice A Specialty
int. ii. d. KirreiiCM
Omo Hours 0 to I or by Appoint
ment at tho Home of Patient,
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
II e n d, O r e k o n
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OHIMCK OVKK I'IKST NATIONAL MC.
Office Hours; Hi to n a. in.; i to J anil
7 to 8 p. in.
Okni), : Omkoon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
owck ik -iasT hatiomaI. hank atoo.
Vernon A. Forbes
riKST NATIONAL UANK littXl.,
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
George S. Young
Civil, Minino and Iiuiioation
OfUco with J. A. Eutvi.
F. O. MINOR
1 N SURA N C It
Votary Public anil Convcyanclng-AII
Ugsl Pj)r Correctly Drawn.
iiffaali ' ' "
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
Jobblnjr Promptly Attended to.
M. J. Main
All Kinds of Blacksmith
MlnnoBoin St.. Hot. Unml nnd Wall.
AJJJRAL EALT HR ES TOR ATI VE
Hot Lake Sanatorium offera much to hoalth and rost Buokors. The
.treat bolllns mineral spring provides naturally medicated water mid mud
coutqlnliiR medicinal pioportlcs of great value Tho threo hundred room
Hotel Sanatorium ufforda amplo accommodation. Und of tho water Is pro
acrlbod according to tho noeds of tho patient, dotormlned by skillful ding
nosls. Tho result is, tho Hot Lake Sanatorium la roally a euro place
Thousands who havo aiifforod from rheumatism, blood, skin, stomach and
kldnoy dlsordora hnvo found rellof and permanent euro thoro. Tlo rates
aro mado to conform to tho rccitilromonts nf nil ri..n. n,... .... '. vtB
round. w,,u" ",u ,u,
. i"ot.I'1k.0i 8a,n1a'','i"n ' located In Union County, Kastorn Orogon In
tho hear of tho llluo Mountains, directly on tho main lino of the OrW "
UasliliiKton Rallmnd & Navigation Co., and can bo convonlontly roach oil
from any railroad po nt In the Northwest. Special reduced round trln fun?
nro mado from all polnta on the O-W. It. & N. Write for froo bookloUo
HOT LAKH HANATOIIII'U
AValter M. Pierce, Pies, and .Mgr.
Clisrlos HoyJ, Prop,
I mw WWte S WS&
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