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THH RKNP RULLKTIN, BRNQj WKHNKMUYi AUflUBT Kt !
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A good, llvo corespondent Is want
ed by Tho Hullctln at tho following
places: I'rlnovlllc, Redmond, Sis
tors and Mllllcan Valley, to Bond In
news .Items and act as our agenls.
Liberal pay. Address, Bulletin,
OI8T, Aligr. 2C Mr. McCord and
Kd Sioo wont to Bond on business
Clifford Strahm and Clarence
Simpson wero In Sisters on business
Rev. Towno called at tho homo of
Mr. Strahm Tuesday aftornon.
Mrs. John Strahm and daughter
Gleaves called 'at Mrs. McCulleys
Carrie McCultey mado a trip to
Ulsters last Wednesday aftor Flosslo
Bcrrlo who expects to spend several
daya visiting with her.
Mesdamcs Strahm and McCulley
called at Mr. Chalfana Wednesday
Rachel Knickerbocker and (Heaves
Strahm spent tho day with Nelllo
nnd Myrtlo Scragging Thursday
Henry Schumacher and Will Lev
crents were over to Mrs. Pulllans on
John McCulley was In Sisters on
Mr. McCord made a trip to Bend
Fred Rublo of Sisters brought his
grandmother and son Tllford down
to Mrs. Strahms. hor daughter, whero
they will spend tho week whllo Mr.
Rublo and his lte go for an outing
at Horse Like.
Rev. Towno preaches at tho Plain
View Sunday School every other Sun
day. On account of tho Farmers Insti
tute at Redmond, tho Union picnic
was posponed and held hero on Sat
urday tho 24th
J PRJNGLE FLATS
PRINGL.B FLATS. Aug. 19 Mrs.
C. A. Balsley and Mrs. H. Evans and
Mrs. William Comstock called on
Mrs. M. Hallmoyer Sunday.
Mr. Wlggam has been cutting bis
rye this week.
Mrs. William Comstock called on
Mrs. Marrln at tho Johnson ranch
Tho clover In Mrs. II. Evans' yard
Is growing fine. Her sweet peas are
also blooming beautifully.
Almost all the haying Is done a
round here and every ono has had
Mr. and Mrs. Logan visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Stevenson Monday.
M. J. Morrison of Bend visited the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. Evans last
week. He thought their crops look
Mr. Carlln expects to cut his alfalfa
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevenson,
a baby girl.
school nt Lnldlnw this season.
Farmers In this part nro mora than
busy. Grain crops nro heavier this
year than over before.
Floyd Marlon, Jay Nichols, Ktmor
Peterson and Mr, McDormlt wero tu
TUMALO. Aug. 22. John 11.
Wlmer has boon camplug at tho Mo
tollus tor several daya but returned
Will Levcreni and Henry Shoe
macher wero doing business at this
placo Saturday. Mr. Ioverni has a
bunch of cnttlo on the rango up the
Deschutes nnd ho tnformod us that
and family at thta placo, Mr.
Swingle Is vory, nuioh pleased with
this placo and mny cast his lot with
Wm. A, Hunch left tor Soattto tho
first of tho week.
Mrs. Wm. Qllee, who has been
visiting In Portland, returned homo
Mrs, R. II. Story and two daughters
loft for Pomllcton tho first ut tho
week whore they will visit friends
and rotative for n fow weeks.
P. I). Roodor of Silver l.nko was
soon on our streets ono day this
M. F. Gelgor was a business visitor
In Silver Lake tho first of tho weok.
A. 8. Hawk, Fremont's locator and
roal cstnto man, was horo Saturday.
L. B. Charles, who Is on the Loader
forco at Sllvor Lake, Bpent Saturday
and Sunday with his family.
J. II. Jeuson, who has boon In tho
hay harvest near Silver Lake, blow
In homo Saturday.
Commissioner J. D. C. Thomas
spout tho week's end at Lakovtow
thought she had K.S'.tol soe J"'"! lh M ln C"YU'1"
Tho clover haying Is In full blast
and much clover and other hay will
bo put up this harvest. The grain
harvest will soon bo In full blast
with prospects of a bumper crop.
FORT ROCK !
FORT ROCK. Aug. 25. H. W.
Etckmcycr Is a Portland business
visitor this weok.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swingle of
Ashland, Orc.nro visiting their son
POWELL BUTTE, Aug. 3(5 A
dreadful accident occurred last Wed
nesday, Aug 21, when Farley Bus
sett lost his life In tho mountains
whllo on a camping trip with his
uncle. E. A. Buvsett nnd cousin,
Lloyd. Tho two bo)B wero climb
ing somo of tho amallor penkB nlxiut
Mt. Jefferson, and wero rolling rocks
off the precipices, when they started
an unusually largo one, which took
tho boys closo to tho edge to get It
over. Lloyd being used to tho
mountains, warned his cousin to
keop back, but ho wna not afraid and
went lo tho edge, when about six
feet of tho ledgo broke off, carrying
him with Id Ho dropped about 3R0
foot boforo striking tho first lodge
boluw, Hero tho great tonus of rock
broke and toll again, somo tllstnuco
down tho mountain aide. Lloyd
then ran nbout four miles to tho
camp of 8. A. Prosu ot Prluovllle,
telling them ot tho tragedy, then go
ing on to hunt his father, who, with
Mr. Proso hurtled lo trio placo ot tho
accident, whore they recovered tho
broken nnd crushed body ot tho boy
from among hundreds ot tons of
fallen nick, Ho was taken to Red
mond and tho remains sent to Okla
homa, whom hla parents reside, for
burial. Deceased waa about 23 years
old and camo horo a short tlmo ago
on n visit to his rotntlves.
Mrs. E, A. Bussptt and children
left last week on a visit to relatives
Mrs. "Boo" Bayn and children and
Rosa Ilussott nro on a camping (rip
In tho mountains,
Mrs. A. I). Morrill nnd Mrs. V. A.
Bates of Bond roluruod Inst week
from n camping trip,
J, I, Jones nnd son Ralph nro at
work nonr Redmond on Ihu land
they hnvo taken a contrnct to clear.
13, F. Archer Is hauling lumber for
n barn which will houso his herd of
dairy cowb. They nro expected lo
arrive In n day or two from the
valley. Mr, Arohor will aoll crontii
to somo local creamery.
Henry Tweet's lino crop of wheat
hsa nlrondy been romarkod upon and
when It Is taken Into consideration
that ho has 440 acres of It that will
all yield well, It will mean "some"
How many Powell Butlo ranchers
aro keeping tho ract In mind that
their exhibits at tho county fair this
fall will be tho biggest kind ot a boost
to this, tho best part of Crook county.
HAMPTON, Aug. 20 O. Drog
soold loft for Bend Sunday morning.
A meeting of the Improvement
Association met at the home of Louis
Miller Saturday night and discussed
ways and means of providing wood
and water for the operation of tho
drill which la at work at the 64th
mllo post on the Bend-Burns road.
E. M. Peek, Burr Blaek and L. C
Peck are In Prlneville this week get
ting their sed tor fall planting.
All Indications point toward Bend as tho center of
a profitable and extensive hog raising section. The cli
matic conditions of this section nro ideal. Shipping
facilities mako rapid transportation nt low cost possible.
Farmers will do welt to look Into tho hog raising busi
ness as It Is n paying ono.
Getting tho largest profit out of a pig. requires
simply proper feeding to develop the greatest amount of
weight ln tho shortest time, on the most economical feed.
FOR THIS PURPOSE. FEED UNION MEAT COMPANY'S
Union Meat Company's Digester Tankago develop
bone and musclo In you-g pigs, and makes them grow.
It provents rheumatism, thumps and rlckotts. It Im
parts such fit and finish to "show" swlno and market
hogs that it has won tho tttlo, "Tho food that makes
Prize Winners and Market Topper."
Union Meat Company' Digester Tankage Is tho most
economical feed obtainable. Experiment havo shown
that II worth of Digester Tankago puts more weight on
to a hog than $1 worth of any other kind or food.
Digester Tankage Is a concentrated Protein Meal.
It Is mado from fresh, wbolesomo piece of moat trimmed
from beet. It Is shipped ln tho form of a meal which
makes It easily mixed ln mash feeds. Shipped In con
venient 100 pound sacks. Keeps Indefinitely.
Digester Tankage has been trlod snd recommended
and 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. 49.
UNION MEAT COMPANY
NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON
Central Oregon Brokerage Co.
ImMDLAW. Aug. 28 Mrs. Howard
and Mrs. Mirlon were shopping with
Bend merchants on Tuesday last. J
Jane Swisher who was hurt lit nn
automobile accident at Bend Is fetlll
suffering from the Injury. j
George Couch was in Bend on Mon
day at last weok.
Mrs. J. II. Radabaugh of Coqullle,
City, who ha been visiting her
parents. Mr. Md Mm. G. W. Wlmer,
will return to licr home soon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McAllister of Tumalo
were vUltlng In Bend on Monday last.
Hlmer Peterson went to Bond on
Mrs. Jens HaBselberg, who hss
been III for some time. Is no better.
Wm. 1 Thorp went to Bend Mon
day, thence he lutended going to
Culver but was too late to catch the
outgoing train, bo returned home to
take a new start, ' '
Frank Swisher Went to Bond on
"Doc" Reeves was out from the
Columbia Southern beadgato cud
went to Bend on Monday.
Jack Wlmer and family have been
camping on the Motollus.
Our schoo 'begins about Sept. the
second. We expect tojhave a good
Vacations At The Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Low round trip fares nro In offoct all summer This beau
tiful beech stretches twenty-flvo miles south of tho Columldn
River. Seaside and Cearhart havo first class hotels, cottages
and camping places, surf bathing, Ashing, mountain water etc.
LOW ROUND TRIPS EAST
Throughout the summer, on tho date given below, round
trip tickets will bo sold to tho points in the east shown below,
uud ninny tutors, at tho fares quoted,
CENTRAL OREGON LIKE
ORLAT NORTHERN AND NORTHERN I'AI'II'K' RAILWAYS.
Jill 00 Detroit
107 60 Duluth
72 50 Minneapolis
65.00 New York
82 V) Omaha (10 00
WOO Philadelphia 10S60
(WOO 1'ItUhuig- 01.50
72.50 Kt. Louli 70,00
00.00 St. I'aul (10.00
105.00 Toronto U1.50
109.50 VaU!nj,'ton 107.50
WITH A COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF
in the Murlcy At Simpson building, next
to New Tngynrt Hotel. ...Muy Groceries
of us. Yon are sure of getting fresh
PRICES THE LOWEST IN TOWN.
L. B. MISENER
MOST ATTRACTIVE LOCATION
In Bend Hot Water, Steam
Heat nnd Electric Light in every
room Ample Bathroom Facil
ities First Class New Furni
1101 LAKE SANATORIUM
Natures Cure for Rheumatism
IIUHINICSM AND I'llOl'JCHHIONAI.
an. ..x. i t -""- -JBgaqMK.'TM
It Oil HUT II. (lOULI)
U. T. Btono Hylvestor L. Htnnts
KTONU a HiAATH
Offlco Corner Minnesota nnd Wall (Its.
Work Carefully Done.
J. 31. LA Wit UNCI J
L o n ii s, Land II u a 1 ti a a
Justice of Ponce Notary 1'ulillo
I'hono. Lndy Assistant
0. 1. NlflWONOICR, lleiiil, Oro.
Dr. 1 V, Clarko Mr. (J. I', Neulioiuo
Ulnrko-Now houso Co.
O I' T I U 1 A X M
The Dalles, Oregon
Wo do (Irlitdlng of nil Lenses.
In I lend livery Month
P. II. THOMPSON, M. II.
I'lijulrlnu itiul Hurgrun
Oltlcu teiupornrlly nt resldeuco
on Kentucky Htrool.
ItOHH PA It MIA .M
Attoiney ut l.o v
TviiiMirnry oinre, Hecond I'hMir
I'lr.t National Hank (luUdlug.
MARION M. LliHH
X u r a o
Ut 11, Illock IS, Center Addition
THH J. II. HAXtm AltHTRAOT tX)
Complete tract Indexes and photo
graphic copies of all Crook County
Nature Methods Chronic Disorders
and Dlotary Advice A Hpeclalty
DR. II. D. KltTl'lll'M
Ortlco Hours 9 to 6 or by Appoint
luctit at the Homo of Patient.
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
II t u il, Oregon
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPNCJC OVKK PIUST NATIONAL DIC.
Office Hours: lo to is a.m.; i tojsud
7 to 8 p. nt.
Dkni), : Okhoon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OrVICK IN VlftST NATIONAL HANK IiLOO,
Vernon A. Forbes
IIK8T NATIONAI. BANK UtlKJ.,
George S. Young
Civil, Mining anh Iiuikmtion
Onico with J. A. Enatea.
F. O. MINOR
rOITOHI'ICK NUI 1.1)1 NO
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Notary Public snd CoiiveyauclUK All
k"' "ir vorreciiy urnwu.
DATES OF SALE
July 23, Stjso, 30, .11, 1012.
August I, 2, 3, (I, 7, 12, 10, 22, 23, 29, 30, 31, 1012.
September 4, 5, U, 7, 8, 11, 12, 30, 1012.
Stopovers and cholco of routes allowed In each direction
Final return limit October 31, 1012.
Train leaving Rend 0:30 a, m. connects directly at Pall
FAST THROUOH TRAIN GAST.
Details of scbedulo, fares, etc., will bo furnished on request.
v, a, v,wn,i, u. . "uiniui .
Oen'l Frt. and Pass. Agent,
Agent, Rend, Ore.
BOILING MINERAL SPRING
A NATURAL. HEALTH RE8TORATIVE
Hit Lako Sanatorium offers much to health nnd rost sooliora. The
great boiling mlnornl spring provides naturally modlcutod water and mud
containing medicinal propoitlcs or great vnluoi Tho tinea hundred room
Hotel Sanatorium affords amplo accommodation, Uso of tho water la pre
scribed according to tho needs of tho patient, dotormluod by skillful dlag
nosls. Tho result Is, tho Hot Lako Banittoiluin Is really a euro placo.
Thousands who have suftorod from rhoumntlsm, blood, skin, stomach and
kidney disorders havo found rollof and pormanont euro thoro. Tho rates
nro mado to conform to tho requirements of all clussos. Onon tho year
Hot Lako Sanatorium Is locatod lit Union County, Kastorn Oregon, In
tho heart of tho Dluo Mountains, dlroctly on tho main lino of tho Oregon.
Washington IUIIroad & Navigation Co., nnd can bo conveniently roaoliod
from any railroad point In tho Northwest. Bpoclul reduced round trip fares
a,ro mado from all points on tho O-W. It, & N. Wrlto for froo. booklot.to
t HOT LAKH HAXATORIU.M
' J .-.i.. .a.-v. uM... . Walter M, Plcrte, Vres. ntl Mr,
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
JolMnjr Promptly Attomluil to.
Al. J, Main
All Kinds of Blacksmith
MlnnofioU St., Hot. Honti anil Wall.
Charles Roy d, Prop,