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TIIH I1KNI) BULLETIN, BEND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, SEITEMBKR fl, JOifl.
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Central Oregon i
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(Spcclft'. to Tho Bulletin.)
TUMALO, Sept. 4. Mr. anil Mrs.
llyron Caily, Hurt Miller, Orovor
(Jerking unil Mrs. Mildred Taylor, of
Ttimnlo, and Miss Josephine Craw
lord of Tho Dalles, returned lunt
week from Crater lake.
Krank and Harvey Dayton have
gone to Walla Walla. Krank hau
weecptrd a position In one of tho
leading nhoo houses of that plnco
tvhllo Harvey will take up Ills work
In high hcIiooI.
Mrs. J. Alloa Thompson will move
to Hend for the winter no as to place
Jier children In hcIiooI.
Louise and Kuink Tuller havo re
turned to California after Hovoral
month!) vlull with thnlr parontH In
Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
C'nily and Mri Snjdor win them
u pleasant surprise last Krldny night.
Uncle Krank Nichols, Molllo Nlcli--oIh,
Mra. Wallace and MrB. A. Dick
inson are upending the week end on
The Weal Hldo Ladles Club held
their regular meeting Ir.Bt week.
I'lnns for tho Tumalo fair, which Is
to ho held September 23, worn ur
nlngcd. Tho ladles will i.orvu their
tiBiiat chicken dinner.
Tho Tllllcum Literary club will
hold the first meeting for tho club
year September 1G. Mrs. Da) ton and
Meeker are hostcsaei for the da).
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
HAMPTON, Sept. 2. Miss Lorn
2row spent Saturday with Mica Durlo
.Mr. and Mrs. Win. Searcy and
iIrs. J. II. Searcy and MIhh Darlo
llurton were oiitortilucd at K. M.
A. T. Shaver wob a Hampton visi
Madanm W. Roarcey nnil Master
Klenlld Hicks called on Mis. C. I).
Mrs. J. O. Whltakor vlBltod at C.
II. llitrnmn'u Wednesday.
Miss Amy Gulfsnn returned to bar
lio mo In I'oitland WeduuHday after
Vls'tlim a couplo of month with her
rothor mid wlfo of Dry Lake. Mrs.
'Oulfson and baby accompanied Her
homo for a visit
MIbh Darlo llurton left Wedneoday
fcr Portland wheros ho w III attend
IiIrIi school the coming year.
Harold loiw: went out on Wrny s
(ruck Wednesday returning to Dun-
ulco, Oregon, after a month'H visit
'with hlii father, A. S. Kogg.
MIhh Eveline Crow retiirnii tn Kl-
llcnshtirg this wrok to r.ttcud thu
A. T. Shaver and llurr Hlnck went
out to Head Wednesday. Mr. Illaek
will meet his brothers William II.
Illaek of Docutur, Tennessee, mid
-.Icsno 1.. lllark of Agulrro, Porto
lltlro. W II Illaek will como out
"(o Hampton to visit with his mother,
Mrs. lllack and Hlster, Mis. W. T.
Harrluon, while the others will no
in Mr. Hliiuur's car tu Curry count)
4in a hU week hunt.
Low Rennet took supper at C. II.
ISpoclnl to Tho Uutlotln).
HAMPTON IHITTE, Aur HO.
lllnmiin and family aro hark on
their homestead after being In Duel;
Creek since April. Mrs. lllnmau and
vhlldrou will remain hero while Mr.
lllnmau will icturii tu Muck Creek
noon where ho will work for W, W.
J, M. llrioliey returned from llend
Tuesday with lumber and Supplies.
Mrs. IIuhmiI and daughter or Mis
iry Kbits left for llend on Who's
Mr. and Mrs Oscar Hiitroln ro
'turned from their uutlug at Silver
Creek last Kilday.
(labrlel H.ilnntl Is putting up hay
on his hiiuiestead
Hurt Meeks Is logging 20 acres of
wigo brush for Osimr Hutzoln,
Mis Mary Stiuiffer, Miss Maude
Mrown, Mi Tom Coweu and Mr.
('bus. DiIh autoed over from Htituf
A special school meetliiK of Dis
trict IT was hold today unit elected
V. Schredin an clerk.
Mrs. J M Hrlckey spent the af
ternoon with Mrs. II, M. Meuks to-
IHpcclal (o Tho Bulletin)
ALl'ALKA. Auk. .11. Alfalfa pub
lic school will begin Tumidity the
' tlfth. Theie will bo nine mouths of
1 school this year.
Mr. I billow. ty has finished, bultd
'liiK'an addition to his house.
John Sinner and A. C. Harbor
havo rutin nod from the Stouer homo
tcond wheio they have been puttluR
up ryo hay
A. O. Walker mid W. K. (luorln
uundo u tiip to llend Thursday.
Woorgo Stouer made lliutl proof on
Ills homestead this week.
Hay ltmy Malted tit the Alfalfa
vnlloy fm in Saturdii) mid Sunday.
A. O. W'.ilkar iiindo a trip to
llrukoti Top uiuiiiitiilu to look after
Ills entile He returned Krlduy of
Mrs. CtHirue Stouer Is Idling h r
daUKhlor Mud Mm la llond this week
CliurliM llucbaniui oumu down ftom
III liouieuifud on the high deport
-Sunday to help In tho Imriost lluliU.
Prank OKle mado a busliKHW trip tu
MI lM CAN.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MILUCAN. Sept . J. Clifford
Kvans had the misfortune of losing
Homo of his stock. Several coyotci
wore killed on hlfl placo and It Is
feared tho cows mlRht have been bit
ten by them and become rabid.
H. K. Keller put up l.ro Tausch
cr's hay, his little son no), accom
I'. II. Johnson w-as In Hend Monday
Mrs. Wltwer of Hemstad, Mr
Schmorl and Mr. C. Kvans returned
Mr. Johnson sold his htoer at
Hend last week. Mr. Owen took him
In for Mi. Johnson.
Mr. Dubiicch, from Snn Kranclsco,
California, has been visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Alox (illmoro at Hend, and
spent a few days at Mllllcan to look
at Otlmore'B homestead and bunt
Mrs. C. Kviina nud children are
visiting at Kort Rock with Mr
Kvan's slsier. While there they will
make a trip to KaBt fake.
Mrs. Powers haH been In Hend. go
ing lu Friday and returning Tues
day. MIsb aindys Hess, from Seattle.
Washington, Is visiting friends, the
Wednesday Messrs. Halm. Louis
Hall and Krlc Hosteland mado a trip
to tho Paulinos. P. II. Johnson took
them by nuto as far os possible, from
there tho campers walked and Mr.
Johnson, accompanied hy Mr. draff
enberger, uncle to Win. Rnhn, went
to Hend. Tho campers returned on
Oco. Mllllcan boiiRht 30 acres of
standing hoy from Mis. Korgoy.
Mcsssr Jnmes Heatsnn, Kr.mk Mes
slnRalo and It. II. Keller are busy
putting It up for Mr. Mllllcan
Mrs. II II. Keller was vlnltlnK with
Mrs. I. II. Johnson Tuesday nftor-
Mr. McClure mado a fortunate
s.iro lieu shoot so shared his trophy
with P. II. Johnson.
Mr. Wlttlvor and sou from Hem
stad on Monday delivered the cow
and calf to Mr. .Johnson which ho
hail purchased boiiio t'mc ngo.
Tho well drlller3 aro still busy nt
Labor day the school will open at
Mllllcan with Mrs. I. U. Owen us
Messrs, Vernon Clovcnger nnd
Mo)tI Owen aro busy ImylnR for Mr.
floo. .Mllllcan called nt tho II. It.
Keller, homo Wednesdiiy nflornoon.
Mr. il'ressly put up his hay. Mr.
Lee helped him with the stncklnR.
.Mrs. J. J. Holland has some llnu
new potatoes rabed In her Riirden.
All her garden truck looks Rood.
I'na Powors and Carol and Dolly
HiirIo had u Rood time nt thu Hoi
laud home Wednesday.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. It. II.
Keller and children visited nt tho
J II. Heatson nnd It. It. Keller
spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. J. J. Holland nnd children
visited with l.eo IIiirIo's Sunday, be
fore Mr. HiirIo'h departure for Wash
ington, where she will Join her hus
band and take their five month's
leae of absence from their homestead.
MISS MONROE WRITES
OF CENTRAL OREGON
"Happy Valley" Is yocl of Harney
County Cliaractcrs Mny Ilo Itcc-
ognl7oI "Hill" Hunlcy Is Ono
-.Settler's Hardships Depleted
(Special to Tho Hullotin)
I'OWKI.I. IIUTTi:, Sept. I. W,
King and Win. Pancake of Prlnov
were callers at Doc. Ha) no's on Suu
Miss Paulina Truesdalo visited
with Mrs. Dan Mustard a couplo of
da) s List week. Mfls TrutMdaln
will leave shortly for Tacoina whoru
she will attend school this winter.
in I'eterson, a recent arrival
hero Is suffering n severe attack of
Chirk Morso was a Hodmoiul visi
Miss Josephine Mnnreau loft last
Wednesday night for Sail Francisco
where she will spend tho coming
Miss Paulino Truesdalo returned
Sunday morning from Tacnmn where
she has boon visiting for thai list few
week. Mrs Mnry llrown Is visiting In
Itedmond this week at tho lib mo of
her daughter. Mrs. Henry Young.
Mr nud Mrs. Frank McCaffory of
Redmond wuxo In this vicinity on
Dr H. r Nevcl of Prlnelllo wns
a culler at tho Hu)n ranch Sunday.
J. A HIkrs delivered a loud of
hniiK to McMlckle of Kedmond on
Mrs Win. Wells and family moved
to Hedniond Friday where tho chil
dren w attend school this winter.
J A IUkrs went to Hiimptoii
Hutte Thursday to lslt his brother
l.ee The latter had gone to Heud
with some horses bo Mr lllggs came
hack that way mid thu brotbois met
Mrs. Alton Wlllcoxon enmo down
from Hend Monday nud Waited w'th
friends In Itodmoud mul at tho
buttes, returning to Heud on (ho
train Friday evening.
Willie. Qlto mid Ulad8 Pauls.
Lester Dm la, Hoy Skeene mid Dow
e Mooro wuro Sundu) guoails at tho
This Is tho last week of vacation
for tho Powell Hullo high school
students. They all opect to bo In
Prlneilllo on Mondn uiurulug to be
gin thulr ear's work.
Clean up "aud paint up.
Anno Shannon Monroe, author of
"Happy Valley," a story of Central
OrcRon, arrived In Hend from Port
land Vedneadny nlRht and on Thurs
day morning lert for nurns. She
will spend the next six woks In the
Harney country resting nnd collect
ing material for her next book, which
will also deal with a Central Oregon
"Happy Valley." which wns pub
lished n fow months ngo, Is already
ono of the "best sellers," a phrnso
whoso meaning Is really best appre
ciated by the author, her publishers
and tho book sellers. To tho hook
reading public, tho question Is not
how n book sells, but how It reads.
Trying Miss Monroe's voluniQjiy this
test it Is found good. It roads well,
which, of course, Is the reason why
It Is a "best seller."
One needs only a Blight pcqunlnt
nnco with the Harney country to
know that tho scene of the story Is
IlurnB and Its vicinity, and that
Hill" Hnnley is the "Undo" John
Hcgnn who successfully fought tho
monopolistic cattlo company, be
friended the needy homesteaders and
worked to get the railroad Into tho
country. Other charactors arc rec
ognizable, also, though not tho hero
and his companion homestendors who
bet their tlmo against Undo Sam's
land, ns Addison Dennett onco de
scribed the homestondlng process.
These Inst one 'recognizes, not be
cause of themselves as persons wo
hnvo hoard about or known, hut be
cause of the hardships they cndiiro
and tho reverses thoy meot In trying
to win their bet with Undo Sam. Tho
Jack rabbits, tho frost, tho forbid
den public laud Juniper wood, the
claim Jumper, tho lack of money, tho
stnrvutlon, who that has lived In Cen
tral Oregon six months does not
know how truo tho Incidents aro and
will not recognl7o with what skill
tho author has worked them Into her
According to Miss Monroo bIio
wroto the book with the Idea of show
ing tho legislators of (ho country
what hardships there wore In home-
steading which they might lighten If
thoy saw fit, Howevor thoy may
havo been nffectvd, those from whose
ranks tho homesteaders nro drawn,
tho land hungry, are nut deterred by
tho recital, they wrlto to Miss Mon
roe by the scoro asking how to And
tho land described In tho book.
Thoy want to go nnd do likewise.
And that seems to bo n pretty good
test of a book, after alt, whether or
not It moves you to want to do or ho
or llc what tho book describes.
Hereabouts, perhaps, tho test does
not work because wo havo many of
us licd tho book already, directly or
lu tho experience of our friends. Hut
that opens another avenue of enjoy
ment In Uniting recorded In such a
pleasing manner tho story of the
life wo know.
The story Is told In the first pcr
boii by Hilly Hrent, tho customer
who, hy a combination of circum
stances, Minis himself taking up a
homestead with n few kindly, now
initio friends In "Happy Valloy."
Stowl) tho valley settles and tho
liomesteaders meet the probloma of
the country. Thoro are whole hsart
ed Mother Lattlg. the unselllsh Old
Man Clark, tho Dutchman, the Hook
Farmer from lloston, Hullplt, tho lo
cutor, Star K)ed Susie, and others.
Always at Uiolr backs stands John
HeRim sparing nothing to help them
to stand up to their misfortunes and
at the H.iine tlmo making ovcry ef
fort to brliiR railroads Into tho
eountn Finally he emceods and
the Mill and Merrlniau lines are
built up Hoarliig can) on, prosperity
comes and "Happy Vulle) ' works
out truo to Its name.
.Kver) Central Oregonlau should bo
Interested to read the book
Every Home can have
a Musical Instrument
wonaerrw values in rtanos, flayer nanot 0r
Tolhint MoMn,,. Etc. T UQS
ye ire known to ctrry only what 1 r-,ldftfl .i.li
is good, what will endure
it fully worth the price 1
etty, ptyment terms place the beat
muaical instruments within every
one's reach. Fill out the coupon
or write for catalogue.
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3ntJ.;,.vut ot "BV
10 . Pul"!" .
GOOD MEALS AT THE
EVERYBODY WELCOME. MEALS 35c
Alice D. Spalding Proprietor
THE AUGUST WEATHER
All Ilec-oiiN for Vcur Hrokcn so Far
As Heat Is Concerned.
The weather In tho month Just
passed wns the warmest of tho year,
nil lf16 records being broken for the
hottcstd ny, tho wnrmest nlRht nnd
the longest duration of warm weath-o-.
Tho high .mark was DC degrees
reached on the 2rth nnd tho low, 28,
on tho 18th. Tho mean maximum
was 83.G degrees nnd tho mean min
imum 11, the mean being C2..1
There were .41 Inches of precipi
tation tho grentcst amount of rein to
fall In ono day being ,1G on tho 13th.
Clenr days were In tho majority,
thoto being 27 clear to throp artly
cloudy and ono cloudy.
Tho dally temperatures and char
acter of oky wns ns follows:
Date. Max. Mln. Chnr. of dny
. . .73
And Investigate our prices
before baying your groceries,
AVe can have you money.
MJIllcan, Ore, Telephone
A doslrnblo brend knlfo free with
every nnnunl subscription to Tho
NORTH rOKTLANI), Sept. 5.
The week's trado began with only
050 head of cattle. Owing to a heavy
domand for feeders tho market was
will bring the high
est Cash Prices at
A. T. Bolton
Bond Street, Bend,
Oregon. See us first
when you are in town
with vegetables tosell
a brisk ono and bulk of stuff was tnk
en early In tho day. Ordinary and
fair grades sold on a little higher
basis while best sters sold at $0.75
for several lots. Most of them old
nt $6.50 to $6.65. Cows nnd heifers
met good demand at steady prices.
Tho hog trading wns a slow nffnlr to
day. Thoro wns a moderate run of
2100 head. Prices wore 20c to 25o
undor last week's closo. Tops sold
at $0.G5 with hulk of sales at $9.55
to $9.65. Demand wns, limited. Last
wcok closed with exceptionally large
receipts for Saturday, 1600 head be
ing received. A very good demand
continues for cliolco lambs and sheep.
A load of choice lambs Hold at an
udvnnco of 15c Saturday bringing
$8.45. Yearlings selling nt $6.G0
with bulk of ewoVnt $5 to $5.50.
OHKCiON TUU.NK TRAIN
Arrhes r , nl.
. 8 l). m.
O..W. It. jfc fi. TRAIN.
ArrUes 7ns p, m,
Leaves 7.35 a, m,
AITO STAOi: J.INIJ SOl'TII.
'-ve S.45 a. m.
Arrh e 6 p. m.
Cars to Hums, Kort Klamath
Kort Rock. Silver Loko nnd -
other poluta south and south
- ih)st okkici: it nuts. -
General delivery open dally
S n m. to 0 p. m
No mall distributed on Sunday.
Night train mall closes 6 p. m.
Day train mall closes 6 30 a. m.
cute Union dally 7 a. in. to
p 111. Sunday and holidays
rioneer Co., twenty.four hour
sorIce, Including Sunday.
Have you any
If so, get our prices, as we are in the mar- v
ket for a few hundred tons of second and
third cuttings. This we can handle loose
at this time.
Our new FEED MILL is nearing comple
tion and when it is finished we will have
SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED RATIONS,
both MOLASSES and PLAIN, for all'
kinds of STOCK and POULTRY.
A CARLOAD OF DRIED BEET
PULP JUST ARRIVED.
We exchange flour and feed for wheat and
. all other kinds of grain, and for hay.
Bend Flour Mill Company