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(Hpflolnl (o Tho llullotln.)
UIVI3UH, Aug. 3 1, Mm. 0. II.
(JmiuiiR callod on Mm. A, II, Taylor
A. Oay struck wood clonr water
ut tlin ilnpth of dIkMooii loot In hli
Mr. nnd Mm. J. MoKnv nml dill.
lron woro callom At tho HIvors' lioimi
M. Unllmaynr ntturnoi! rroin Bond
Wnrron Llbby mndo n trip to tho
fMniiry Mounlnin unwmlll toiliiy to
ltuul n load or ititiiitnr ror A. (liiv,
v)nn In solnit to hulld n cabin on IiIm
Mr. nml Mm. K, Noihoii nro tho
liroud pnronlti since Woduusdny,
Auitust 'in, or n luiiiy nuiiRiitor.
A. Taylor nml Mr. Unrry luft Hun-
'May for Paulina.
P. MIkiiIh returned lioinn last
II. l.nrklij In shipping ono hundred
nml flvo onttlo to I'ortliiiul for Fisher
'l.o KM n.
It. Dnnlolsnn liitondu to lonvn for
California with liln wlfu nml ohll-
'dron, who will riiuinln there this
winter. Mo him u position waltliiK
for him there.
' Chun. Miller nnd wf will leave
for Inillanu In n short time, to pay
h visit to hor folks who reside thnro.
Tho Palmer fiunlly visited Mr, ami
Mm. K. Dniilolson Buiidny.
, Dr. (I. I!' expootn to rotiirn to
Chicago In tlui nimr fill urn.
(Kpcolnl to Tho Jlullotlti.)
nilY LAKE. Aiir. 22.- "Mr. May-
Held from I'rlnnvlllii passed throiiKh
hero Thumilny on lili way to tho
llarb Wlrn Itnnoli.
C. Gulvnmon wan a lucky recipi
ent of thn Dry l.akn innll routu eon-
trnrt which will rd Into offitel at nil
(I. l.nmpkn transacted business- In
Thick Crock Thumilay.
Mm, Alexandra called on Mm. P.
Itrown thn foro part of thu woek.
Dick Fuller, who I employed at
.Vrlnovllln, wan homo on a short vis
Mr. Tacknian, from Prlnevlllo,
transacted litmlnosn In Dry Lnko on
Mr. Woathom and wlfo from Ibex
passed thrniiKh hero Friday on thulr
way to HarniHi.
I llonuott transacted business In
John Morrlii from Camp Crock, wan
-a Dry Lak visitor Wednesday.
C. A. HonRstnn loft for Bond tho
torn part of tho week, whom ho In
tends to purohao n now slock or
aupplloi for hli itoro.
Mm, Hnldor nnd daughter wera
f -r-i i wi ' ii i a e
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Tuesday visitors at tho !'. Drown
Mr. MoVolty linn boon employed on
nam Hninmonn' ranch tho pnnt week.
Mis Mnxlo Wilson, dauRhtor of
Mr. and Mm. J. Wllnon, loft for.WII
lamottfl valley thu foro part or tho
week, whoro alio expects to ojion-J
nnvurnl niontliH visiting with rela
tives. Ilornnrd Cox vlaltnd at thn Kullor
ranch Tuck day. Mr. Cox returned
tho foro part of tho wouk to llvo on
liln homestead after till flva months
laavo of nhtmico.
Minn Thorossla (Inmko called on
Mr. and Mm, l.ampkn Monday,
Charles Ivoy apeut Hunday at tho
Tom Loiik placo.
Minn liurn I'otomon wna n Hun
day vlaltor at tho P. Ilrown ranch.
Mr, and Mm, l.nmpko woro Ihax
John I'uiihcIi from Ihox, and Mr.
and Mm. Alexandra of thla placo,
apout Hunday at tho (Inmko homo.
Mr, l.nmhurt from Ihox pniuind
throiiRli hern tho foro part of tho
Mr. Miller vlallod at tho Kullor
ranch tho foro part of thu week.
Mr. Miller from lluok Crook paM
ml thrmiKli horo on IiIh way to I loud
tBpoclal to Tho llullotln)
imOTIIKIIH. Sept. C Mr. nml
Mm. Ilounoy from Cortland ami Mr,
and Mm, Oualoy from Idaho, hnvo
arrived on their hoinoatond.
I'OHtlilniter and Mm. I'. II. Coffey
ant apondliiR n fow wcoka In Hpo.
Mr. KIiir. who haa hcen apondlnK
iouio tlmo with hU family horo linn
returned to WnahliiKton. Ilia mom,
Onoar KIiik. will roiualn horo thla
fall and winter.
Oncar Crime and Onruo ICInx aro
haulliiK liimhor for Mr. Itnmoy from
tho Maury Mountain mill.
K. IC. Vnrco ipoiit Inat week In
I'rlnovlllo nml Hoar Crook on IiuhI
A apoolnl moetliiR of thn achnol
dlatrlot wna hold Inut Monday nnd
voted a 20 mill aohool tnx. A par
ty will ho rIvou noxt Thumday nlRht
nt tho aohmil homo In tho Intorokt
of tho ichool. All will ho mndo wel
come. Kovornt from thla place nro maklnR
flnnl proof on their houmatoada thla
Mian I.nnrn lllihon haa hoon on-
RaRod' to teach thla fall term of
aohool hy tho hoard or illroctota
which mot lnl Monday. Kchool will
open tho second Monday In Boptom
her. K. K. Vnrco report havlnR out
nhout 2fi0 neroa of rye, wheat nnd oat
liay, which ho aaya wna n fairly Rood
crop In Uioho pnrta this yoar. Tho
The First National Bank of
The First National Bank of Bend
J ' V. C. COE, President R A. SATHER, Vice President C, S. HUDSON, Cashier
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onto wore filled with Rrnln much hot
ter thnn any other Rrnln crops.
(Rpoclnl to Tho llullotln.)
nNHIIUItBT, Bopt. 0 (Jraco
Ilradloy apont Monday with Alum
YonRor at Camp No. C,
I ., II, Itoot wni. n buslnoan vloltor
In Laldlaw Tuesday.
JMm, BpnuRh wont to Laldlnw on
0. W. Hnydor mndo a trip to Laid
law Friday afternoon.
Mm. (I. W. Hnydor nnd Kolllo Bny
dor called on Mm. Ilrndloy Monday.
Mr. and Mm. A. I. Jnokson loft
Kundny ovoiiIur for Portland.
Until llayloy wan cnllltiK In Lald
lnw on Monday,
II. A. Nowoomh of Cove, OreRon,
waa vlnltliiR In thla unlKhhorhood m
fow days Innt week. I In returned to
Ilrownavlllu, whoro ho will teach
school tho comliiR winter,
Nelllo Hnydor wont .to I lend Hnt
urdny, whore sho will attend IiIrIi
school this, winter.
Vernon Hood wna In l.aldlnw Mon
day. 0. V. Knyder waa u llond visitor
ono day last week.
Mm. Dlotrloh cnllod on her dniiRh-tor-ln-law,
Mrs, K. 0. Dlotrloh, Hun
Mr. nnd Mm. I.. II. Itoot mndo n
hiislmms trip to llond on last Sat
urday. Kdnn Itoot cation on Mm. MoAI
(I. W, Hnydor made n trip to the
Misses draco nud Kunlcn Ilradloy.
Kthol and Ivy Hnydor and Violet and
Myrtle HpaiiRh spent Hunday after
noon with Ksther Dietrich.
Lester Hnydor wont to Laldlnw ono
day last week. .
Until llayloy spent Wednesday nf
tornoon at tho Hnydor home.
Special to Tho llullotln)
HAMPTON. Bopt. 3. Thorn ui
quite n crowd out to Hunday school
Mr. nnd Mm. K. M. Peck ontor
tnlned Hunday tho following Misses
i.lhol Forr. 'ola Ilartholomow nnd
A. B. Forr haa Just complotcd a
Al Lovo apont Bunday nlRht nt W.
T. Harrison's. Ho wna on his woy to
llond from tils sister's, Mm. Overall,
Mm. Cornelia K. Btrrotor filed on
land Monday that lies south west of
Win. Hplolman was n Hampton vis-
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Welcqmes the establishment of closer rela
tions 'between BEND and PORTLAND
and believes that great commercial advan
tage for both will be the inevitable result.
Itor Hnturdny nftornoon.
Isaac Xloroff, Jlmmlo tlrlckoy,
Mlsson Hannnli and Kdlth Dunn, Mis
ses Laura lllshop, Kvn Crow and Mot
vln Crow, attended a dance In Hamp
ton valley Frldny nlRht,
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. flrnlth passed horo
onrouto to Hond tho Ilmt of tho woe!(.
Mr. nnd Aim. O. J. AVoods of
Itolynt passed throuRh Hampton on
Isaac Zloroff and llurr IllncK wont
ovor to Hold Monday on business, re
Mm, Arnnndn Combs visited In
Mr. and Mm, C. II. Harmon and
Miss Dnrlo Ilurlon spent Humlny with
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Harrison.
Vorn Hoffman has Rono to llond
Mr. nnd Mm. Alexandra, Mm.
Kins, Mlsa Wilson and John Wilson
of Dry lnko. woro In Hampton alioic
ping last Friday,
W. T. Harrison haa lieen pullloR
brush for J. P. Wllijuot tho mst
J. P. Wlhiuot and son Arthur, C.
II. Harmon and W. T. Harrison camp
ed on CotiRar Hutto Haturday nlRht.
Harold Fokr nnd Arthur Wllqtist
spent Wediiosday on Hampton an I
Leslie Hall and Ike Now of I box
woro In Hampton shopplnR Monday.
Harold Forr nnd Misses Zola Ilar
tholomow and Kthol Fork mndo n
business trip to llrothera ono day
Mm. C. A. Ilurrls and Mm. K. M.
Peck nro on the Hick list.
Mm. Neoly of Imperial, waa In
Tho Ml wo Htreetor and Iee KIrrs
nnd II. C. Miller have Rono to Hum
mer lake to Rather plums,
Mrs. Hnldor and itatiRhter. Miss Bd
nn of Dry Lake, woro In Hampton
Mr. nnd Mm. K. M. Peck. Mrs.
Lucy Illcks, Miss Zola llnrttiolomow,
Win. Boarcy and llurr Illack aro
onmplnR on CouRar Hutto from Wed
nesday until Hnturdny.
A. B. Forr la putllnR brush this
F. 0. Mlllor and Oscnr Hutzeln
have roiio to Maury Mountain for a
load of lumber.
Jnko Ilootli roturnod homo from
Unlontown, Wash., yesterday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON I1UTTB, Aiir. 31. Mr,
Plnkua passed through on his way
homo from llond last Wednesday.
A. MoKoown found his homes re
cently, which had strayed off In July.
O. C. Hcnklo camo out In his car
with Mr, and Mm. Win. Schrocder
enrouto to Ixst Creek vnlloy whoro
Mr. Bcuroodor tins a homestead.
Mm. Hart Mocks and children vis-
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Hod with frlcnda at BtaufTor tho past
0. J. BtaufTor of Btmiffer passed
throuRh on his way homo from llond
with a load of frolRht for Mr. Bchroo
dor, who rccontly moved onto hla
Karl McFnddon was a BtaufTor vis
Jlmmlo Hrlckloy and Mlsn linn
nnh Dunn called at tho Mccks homo
Mlsn Koto Ilrlckoy rcturnod to hor
homestead after being out several
V. I'. Wray In nRoln running tho
Federal truck between Hond and
MIL MCA N.
MILLICAN, Bopt. C While out
dcor Hunting A. A. Qllmoro killed a
banr weighing about 300 pounds and
consequently his friends hnvo been
onJoylnR benr stenk for several days.
II. K. Davis nnd son Harold arriv
ed homo from Prlnovlllo Baturday.
'Hchool commenced horo August
Slat. Mrs. A. O. Allen Is teacher.
About 14 nuplls wero enrolled.
A meeting of tho directors of
school District 87 was held Beptem
hor 4th nt tho homo of II, It. Davis,
for tho purposo of maklnR nrrango-
munts to sccuro free toxt hooka for
tho district and also onlargo tho
A. D. Norton la plowing 20 nores of
sago brush for L. Goodman.
.Mr. Hcrwltz and wife were callers
at tho Uoodmnn home Haturday.
Mr. and Mm. Parrel I of Oregon
City passed through here enrouto to
DIoro, Cal. Those people wero very
favorably Impressed with tho hay
crops In our locality.
Lo6 Alloy loft Hunday for liln homo
at Tillamook, Wash. Ho Is making
tho trip on homo back across the
mountains via tho McKonzIo pass.
Orsa Bears returned homo Satur
day from a week's visit with friends
Mr. nnd Mm. Ray Mackey and tho
Misses Hstcs of Prlnevlllo nutocd
through this section Sunday on their
way to Hond whoro Miss Lcola KstM
will havo charRO of a rural achool
noar that city. Miss Pauline Truos-
dalo accompanied them from nero.
John Klssler and daughter. Mm
HoetRor and Karl Stearns were Red
mond visitors nt tbo Frank Klssler
Mm. Rtta Arnold and son Everett
of Ilcnd nutocd out Monday for n
fow days visit at tho A. W. Ilayn
home. Miss Gladys, who visiting at
tho Arnolds', accompanied them
home. Heforc returning Mm. Arnold
will transact business at tho county
Allen Wlllcoxon was n dinner Ruct
at the Truesdato homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. Guy Searn wero
Prlnevlllo visitors Monday, tho for
mer to attend court.
Will Hrown has been on tho sick
Martin Snyder and family spent
Thursday horo on their wny to their
homestead cast ot here.
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H. F. Dyer went to Hond Satirr
dny whoro ho will bo for savoral
Mm. Martha Forgoy wan a visitor
In Ilcnd tho past week.
A. K. Marks and son spent Tues
Mr. and Mm. Itoborts, I. L. Owou
nnd P, H, Johnson went to town lit
tho Roberta' car Thursday.
I. L. Owen movod his family hack
on tho homestead from Hond lait
Mm, A.'Kglestoln visited with Mm,
A. D. Norton Wednesday.
William King or Hums visited
with relatives In the valley.
William Ream was a business cal
ler In Hond tho past woek.
Mr, and Mrs. McNenl and family
loft for a stay In Ilcnd Monday.
Mm. Efllo Kopper Is visiting at tho
A. D. Norton homo.
Frank Bpeneer loft the valley on
Monday and will take his five month
Louis gohmorl Is putting up a cab
in on his claim hero.
Mm. Roberta visited with Mm. P.
Mrs. J. P. Caldwell and ohlldren
were stoppers here Monday night.
Wo are now assured of getting
mall twleo a week as regular mall
scrvlco has bcon established through
(Special to Tho Hulletln).
POWELL nUTTE, Sept. 1. Mrs.
B. D. Mustard returned from Spokane
Tuesday evening where she had been
for the past month visiting friends
Tho crowd of young folks chapar
oned by Mcsdamos Smith and Hum
phrey who had enjoyed a week :t
camp lifo on tho McKenxle returned
home tho fore part of tho week.
Allen Wlllcoxon returned homo
Wednesday from n week's combined
buslncsB and pleasuro trip to Port
land. Ho visited Mm. Wlllcoxon and
Harriet whllo In Portland and to
gether they took a run do.wn to Sea
side for a fow days. Mr. Wlllcoxon
gays Mm. Wlllcoxon nnd Harriet wont
to Tncoma last week, whoro they wni
visit friends before their return
"Sy" Buckingham, tho Shores mau,
was a local visitor last week.
A. H. Rhode tradod horses with
Frank McCafTery Tuesday. Ho now
has a fine big threo year old which
he Intends to work with his Jumbo
colt, tho latter tho biggest young
homo in this section. Jumbo weighs
a llttlo less than a ton and ho Is still
Mm. Geo. Heckman waa a visitor
at Prlnevlllo Thumday.
Frank Klssler is making a cis
tern on his place, so also Is Georgo
Mm. Mary Brown went to Red
mond Thumday, whero sho will visit
with her daughter, Mm. Henry Youuk
and family for some time.
John Rhode left Saturday for A-
(Contlnued on pago 11.)