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T1IK ItKNtt IIULLNTIN, 11HND, WKDNKHDAY, HHPTKMIUIH I, tlHU
A good, llvo corcspondont Is want
ed by Tho Uullctln at tho following
places: Prlncvilto, Redmond, Sis
ters and Mllllcan Valloy, to send Ir
Hows Items nud act as our ngonts.
Liberal pay. Address, Uullctiu,
t P1NEHURST J
P1NEHUR8T. Sept. 3 Itov. Mr.
Vernon roorganltcd Sunday school at
this place last Sunday. Tho follow
Ing olllcers were elected: Superin
tendent, Mrs. Delia Nichols; assistant
superintendent. Mrs. A. McAllister;
secretary and treasurer. Miss Nlllo
Snyder; organist, Mrs. Jean Wltucr;
and librarian, Charles Spaugh.
Elmer Peterson had tho misfor
tune to be Injured In a runaway Wed
nesday evening, Mr. Poterson wits
thrown from the rig but escaped with
a sprained ankle. Tho buggy was
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Harkley of Cul
ver wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 11. Nichols Tuesday and Wednesday
of last week.
Mrs. 0. W. Snyder, who Is visiting
relatives at Dayton, Wash., Is expect
ed home soon.
A number of Plnehurst pcaple at
tended tho meeting of tho Develop
ment Leaguo In Laldlaw last Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson spent Sun
day at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chalfan passed
through here Sunday on their way to
Messrs. Peterson and McDcrmolt
made a business trip to Dend Satur
day. Mrs. Tom West called at the homo
of Mrs. A. McAllister Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swisher made
a business trip to Laldlaw Saturday.
Mrs. Delia Nichols Spent Wednes
day at Cloverdale.
Ceorge Couch went to Uond on
John Couch was doing business In
t gist :
GIST, Sept.- 1. Flossie Ilerrle of
Sisters attended tho Plain Vlow Sun
day school Sunday.
Mr. Powelson's father rtcurncd to
Mlssci McCulley and Dorrie and
Arthur Oertson wero the dinner
guests of Mrs. Scoggins Wednesday
Mrs. Knickerbocker and daughter
Itnohei and Cleaves Strahm wpre In
Wilbur Sayler returned homo last
Tuesday from Pendleton whoro h
had gone to bo married to Miss ilattlo
Dlekey of that place. Mr. and Mrs.
Sayler esptct to be here about a
month and then they Intend to take
In the Houodup at Pendleton and
from there go to Waverly where Mr
Sayler has business to attend. From
there they Intend to go East for the
winter. They were well charlvarled.
An auto load of young peoplo from
Mend followed them out Tuesday
night and on tho following night a
crowd of young peoplo from Gist
called on them.
C. W. Hiking Is here superintend
ing the clearing and Irrigating of
The union picnic proved a success,
and the day was enjoyod by all.
Ed Strahm nd sister, Cleaves,
were In 'Sisters Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Sayler gave a wed
ding dinner to some of the young
people Sunday. Plates were laid for
nine. Tboso present wero; Misses
Nellie and Myrtle Scoggins, Flossie
Ilerrle, Carrie McCulley and Cleaves
Strahm, Kd Strahm and Arthur
POWELL HUTTB, Sept 1. Home
grown apples from the Lafolletto
orehard ure on sale at E. L. John
eon's store. The fruit Is handsome
in appeareuco, and of fine quality.
All the orchards around the buttos
are bearing well thU year.
Walter Foster is beginning a pretty
bungalow cottage on bis ranch, which
will have about flvu moms, Tl'.oro
will be a fireplace to make It addi
tionally "homey." Ed Perssou Is do
ing the carpentering.
liutte Valley school began Sept.
2, with Mrs. J. D. Davld0ti or Uend
William Johnson and family havo
left for the Sisters country, where
Mr. Johnson has a contract to clear
'.'60 acres of land, of sagebrush.
The Uond flour mill has had teams
hauling wheat from Mrs. w. T.
Casey's ranch lately, for milling
purposes. , , ,
B. F. Archer's herd of dairy cows
baa come, also a registered Jersey
IiuIIVM' wagon .collecting cream or.
fcomeflpcal. creamery wlllcoino-by forJ
the cream from the
once or twice a. week.
Mr. Archer Is
using n V. S, cream separator.
W, J. Qnlbralth and family and K.
K. Archer nud family loft this week
or tho John Day country fur a load
Mrs. "Doc" llayn nnd daughters.
nnd Ross Uussctt huvo returned from
n camping trip In tho mountains.
HAMPTON, Aug. 27 Mrs. Martin
from Prlnglo Flats drovo over Inst
week to havo somo notary work done.
Sunday being tho second anniver
sary of Hampton Valley Sunday
School, 1? members drovo out to
Prlnglo Flats and held services In the
Juniper groves near tho springs. Mr,
Loreo of Jtelmond prenched twice
during tho day, Thcro wens ?1 per
sons present and all spent a ploasant
ns well ns profitable day,
J. N. Crow Is hauling lumaor from
the Maury mountnln mill.
Mrs. I.. C. Peck and children spent
n couple of days last woek visiting
with Mrs. Paul Hold.
W. T. Harrison and son nnd Mr.
Phillips left for Dend yesterday
morning for n load of provisions for
E. Van Lako has gono to tho saw
mill for a fow weoka work.
Elmer M. Peck filed on a home!flno thl 'car'
stead one nillo south of Hampton P.!
THE COMING J
? Hog Ge
All Indications point toward Uend as the center ot
a profltablo and extensive hog raising section. The cli
matic condition or this section are Ideal. Shipping
facilities make rapid transportation at low cost tolblo.
Farmers will do well to look Into the hog raising busi
ness as It Is a patlng ono.
Getting the largest profit out of n pig, requires
simply propor reeding to develop tho greatest amount of
weight In the shortest time, on tho most economical feed.
FOR THIS PURPOSE. FEED VNION MEAT COMPANY'S
Union Meat Company's Digester Tankage develops
bone and muscle In joung pigs, nnd tanked them grow.
It prevents rheumatism, thumps nnd rlcketls. It Im
parts such fit and finish to "show" swine nnd market
hogs that It haa won the title, "Tho feed that makes
Prlio Winnore and Market Toppers."
Union Meat Company's Digester Tankngo Is the most
economical fted obtainable. Experiments havo shown
that $1 worth of Digester Tankage puts inoro weight on
to a hog than $1 worth of nny other kind or rood.
Digester Tankago Is a concentrated Protein Moal.
It Is made from fresh, wholesome pieces of meat trimmed
from beer. It Is shipped in tho form of a moal which
makes It oaslty mixed lu mash reeds. Shipped in con
venient 100 pound sacks. Keeps Indefinitely.
Dlgcstor Tankago has !cen tried and recommended
and Is now being used by best growers and authorities
In the Northwest. It Is becoming moro popular every
day. It .will pay you to know more about It. Send at
once for clrculnr No. 49.
UNION MEAT COMPANY
NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON
Central Oregon Brokerage Co.
Vacations At The Sea Shore
Clatsop Beach, Pacific Ocean
Low round trip fares are In effect all summer. This boau
tlful beach stretches twenty-flvo miles south or the Columbia
River, Seasldo and Gearhart havo first class hotels, cottages
and camping places, surf bathing, fishing, mountain water, etc.
LOW KOUND TRIPS EAST
Throughout the summer, on tho dates glvon below, round
trip tickets will bo sold to tho points in tho east shown below,
and many alters, at tho fares quoted;
uSTjsr CENTRAL QREGnf LIME
GREAT NORTHERN AND NORTHERN' PAC'll If RAILWAYS.
Atlantic City $111.00
Ilultluioiu Iu7 0j
HulTalo 111 .V)
Chicago Ti 50
Colorodo Sprint" W-00
DATES OF SALE
July 23, 20, 20, 30,31,1912.
AujfUHt 1, 2, 3, 0, 7, 12, HI, 22, 23, 20, 30, 31, 1012.
September 4, C, II, 7, 8, 11, 12, 30, 1012.
Stopovors nnd choice of routes allowed In each direction
Final return limit October 31, 1012.
Train leaving Uend 6:30 a. m. connects directly at Fall
bridge with H . , ,., (,
FAST THROUOH TRAIN BAST.
Details of schedule, fares, etc., will be furnished on request.
W. B. COMAN, , J. II. CORUBTT
. Oen'l Frt, and Pass. Agent, Agent, Uend, Ore.
Portland, Ore. " " ' ...
O. on August 20,
Lou Is Miller Is out for a tow days
Last Friday being tho birthday
nnulvoraary of Mrs. W. T. llnrrlson,
Miss Fogg, Mrs. Ii. M. Pock, Mrs.
lllnck nud Mrs. I 0. Pock spent tint
day with her.
J. N, Crow Is putting up his hay.
t PBJNGLE FLATS
PRINOLU FLATS, Aug. 27.1).
Reynold nnd his friend loft for Uend
Friday evening. Ills friend expcctH
to Hlo on a claim hero.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. doming called
on Mrs. Pnul Hold Saturday,
The Prlngle Flats people havo boon
having green peas, now potatoes nnd
turnips for tho Inst six weeks, nlsn
W. l.lbby rut his spring ryo last
week. Ho had about tlftcon ncrea
which yielded one nnd one-third tuns
to tho acre.
Preaching services wore held at
tho homo of Pnul Held Frldny even
ing. Win. Cumslock stnrtud for Uend
Monday morning. Ho expects to Hlo
on a clatm.
Tho Drown round-up was held at
Prlnglo Flats last woek. A lnrgu
number ot colts wero braudsd this
Many of tho stockmen out here
hnvo sold their fat steers for G3
dollars a head.
Everyono's alfalfa out hero looks
Detroit 8 82 50 Omaha 8 00.00
Duluth IX.00 I'hlludolphla 10 00
KuniusClty IW.OO I'ltuburjf lI.W)
Mllwuukoo 72.50 St. LouN 70.00
Mlnneu)olii 00.00 Hi. 1'uul (MJ.00
Montreal 10.VOO Toronto ill.00
Now York 10i&0 WashlnKton 107,50
PRINKVILLN, Sept. II- Tho Crook
county fair grounds nro being put lu
excellent condition. Now buildings
nud nddltlotin nro being erected nud
mi Uru largo nud coutiuodlmiii
grandstand Is being finished. The
tmlf-mlln trnok when completed will
probably bo thn best nuywhuro lu
this pnrt of tho state. Tho uinuitKorn
nro spending a Inrgo amount of
money In mnko this fair one of the
lilggest lu tho stnte.
Tho crops through hero generally
nro excellent, nud tho rnuehiuen who
nro dlructly beiiollttod thereby have
smiles on their faces ns brond ns n
lllshop Pnddnck of tho Episcopal
Diocese of Eastern Oregon gnvu two
Instructive nnd scholarly lectures nt
tho Preshyterlnn church Sunday.
Mrs. Jnckson Hllbaugh, Nntlunnl
orgnnliter nud lecturer for the W. 0.
T. V., gavo two lectures here Sunday.
LAIDLAW, Kept. 2. The weather
has been cloudy I ho Inst fw days,
Jack Wittier nnd family hnvo re
turned from camping on the Mo
tollus. Ororge Campbell visited In Laid
Ml llornlco Umphlctt. sister of
Mrs. Jack Wlmor, returned to Port
land on Wednesday Inst, after spend
ing tho summer nt Lnldlnw,
J. W. Stiles, a former resident of
Laldlaw, tins taken up his abode In
tho Wlll.uuutte vnlley.
John Couch wna lu town last weok.
Mr. Jnnies tins been Invoicing bin
stock of merchandise this week. I In
j Is thinking of trading his store for n
farm In the Wlllnmotto valley,
Jens Hasselherg was lu town last
I Tho fruit crop In this section will
I bo good this year.
MOST ATTRACTIVE LOCATION
In Bend Hot Water, Steam
Heat and Electric Light In every
room Ample Bathroom Facil
ities First Class New Furni
W.H.Bentley D.W. Wilson
HOI LAKE SANATORIUM
Natures Cure for Rheumatism
BOILING MINERAL SPRING
A NATURAL. HEALTH RESTORATIVE
i Hit Lake Sanutorlum offers much to hoalth nnd roit Heoknrs. The
arcat boiling luluonil spring iirovldcs iinturully uiedlcatud wutor and mud
containing medicinal properties or great value. Tho throu hundred room
Hotel Sanatorium affords amplo oceommodutlon. Uso of thu water Is pro
scribed according to tho noeds or tho patient, determined Uy skillful ding
nnsls. Tho result is, tho Hot Lnko Hunntorltiin Is rually n euro place.
Thousands who hnvo sufforod from rhoumatlsm, blood, akin, stomach nnd
kidney dlsordors havo found rollof and pormanont euro thoro. Tho rntos
aro made to conform to tho requirements of all cIiibsos. Open thu year
Hot Lako Sanatorium Is locatod )n Union County, Knstorn Orogon, In
tho honrt of the Uluo Mountains, directly on tho inulii lino of tho Oreuon
Wasliltigtoii Railroad ii Navlwitlon Co., and can bo conveniently roachod
from any railroad point In the Northwest. Bpoclnl roducod round trip fares
aro mado from all points on tho 0W. R. & N. Write for froo hooklot.to
HOT LAKK HAKATORIUM
Walter M. Ficrto, lrcs. and Slgr.
TUMALO, Aug. ill,- Men. Mnttlo
llmlnhimglii of Arnso, Ore., who has
boon visiting lior parents, Mr. and
Mrs. (I. W. Winter, for suvoml weeks,
left this week for her homo. Miss
Alice Shields Wilder, ndopted diiugh
tor of Mr, nud Mrs. Wlmor, also loft
J. II. IIAIIKLEY,
M. J. MAIN,
W. II. IllUDSONO,
sui'i:m.vri!MiK.vr of s;iiooi.s,
MHS. I). W. NICHOLS,
II, F. WILIIOIT.
this week to visit with her nUlur nt
IJutorprlso. Oro.,durliii( tho winter
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Woulluy wero
vInUIiik In Uond hint Hiiiiiluy,
0. A. HptiiiKh wan hern Wednesday
mid reported that lie iiuil liu Wlmor
wo ih not yut done uuttliiK their
Mrs. Alllo, linker mid daughter
Mulhu hnvo returned to this place
from Dend. '
Therb Is much travel now on the
ruAd from lluiid to this ptnuu,
Copies of thu banquet picture,
fifty rents. Howard.
miHIMlNH AND PROFEHHIONAL.
MBM ussSflai i ii ii ffti
ROM BUT II.
K. F. Htonu H)vestor L
HTOXIJ .V HT.tATS
Olltco Comer Minnesota nud Wall His.
Work Carefully Done.
J. M. LAWRENCE
Loans, Lnnil II im In an
Justice of Peiice Notary Puhlla
Phono. t Lady Assistant
C, P. NIHWONflltlt, Uond, Ore.
Dr. I'. W. Clarke Dr. (1. V. Nimhousa
Ths Dalles, Oregon
Wo do OrltidltiK of all Lenses.
In Uend Every Month
, I'. II. THOMPSON, M. II.
I'lijulclnu nml Miirgoui
ORlee toiiiiMirnrlly at residence
on KeNtiieky Mtreet.
IKIHH FAR Nil AM
Attorney at Law
TeMimntry oRlen, HmdiiiI Flour
First .Vatbiiml lliuk ItiilldlhK
.MARION M. I.RHII
N ii r
11, lllook IS. Center Addition
Till: J. II. IIA.Vlllt AltSTIUtT CO.,
Complete tract Indoxes and photo.
graphic copies of all Crook County
Nature Methods Chronic Disorders
nud Dietary Aih Ico A Hpoclalty
DR. R. D. KLTCIU'M
Otflee Hours 9 to a or by Appoint-
mbtit at the Hume of Patient.
VV. W. Fuulkner, D. M. D.
II e' n il, Oregon
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPJMCK OVKK I'IMST NATIONAL nK.
Office Houi: to ton a. m.; I to 3 and
7 to 8 p. m.
BKND, .- OkKOON
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OmCIC IN FIRST NATIONAI, UANIC ML INI.
Vernon A. Forbes
flUST NATIONAI. HANK UI.DO.,
George S. Young
Civil, Minincj and ImiKUTios
Oflko with J, A. ICnstos.
K O. MINOR
Votary Public nud Couvc)nncliiK All
Lcj'Hl l'njiurs Correctly Drawn.
W. E. PARKER
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
M. J. Main
All Kinds of Blacksmith
. . PliirKS nvienMimv .
Mlnneaota St., Dot. Bond 'nnd 'fVflijr