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TIIE BEXD I1ULI.KTIN', BEND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1010.
W. T. Harrison took a trip to
Warm Springs Sunday.
Leo Rlggs returned Tuesday from
n two week's visit with his parents
who lives at Hrownsvlllc, Ore. He at
tended the Hound-up at Eugene,
whilo on his trip.
(Special io The Hullotln.)
TUMALO, Sept. 21. Anderson
llro.'a are furnishing tho lumlier for
the now bridKO at Cllno Knlls.
15. V.'. Snyder loat two valtiulilo
nowa liiHt week.
Dora M. Hull hr.H returned to
Tuninlo nfter an absences of four
months. Sho left ono daughter In
school nt WnlUburg. Wash.
Attorney General Brown, of Salem,
Addressed the people nt tho Tumulo
frlr last S.itnrda. morning and spent
tho afternoon looking over tho pros
Prlncvlllo, Redmond, Ilend and
Sisters wcro well represented (it tho
Tumalo fair last weok.
.Mnny from hero nro making prcp
nratloim to attend tho county fair
(8peclol to Tho IJulietln)
BISTERS, Sept. 23. Mcshis. II. U:
Tone and C. I. ilnilcy, who havo been
training homes on tho SlHtorn race
track, nro now In Prlnnvilln attend
ing tho Crook county fair. They ex
pect to return In time for the Sisters'
fair to bo held Oct. mi and run.
Hod Foster accompanied Messrs.
Tone and llnlloy to Crook county fair.
R II. Robertson, polo player, who
holds third pliiro In tho game In tho
Dominion of Canada was a recent
rnllor nt Sisters mid Is now attend
ing Crook county fair.
.Mr. Regal, of Eugene, with four
Hpeuders wan hero for a fow days
on the Sisters' race roiiran prepara
tory to a visit at I'rlncvlllo fnlr. .Mr.
Rpgnl expects to return In tlniu for
tho Sisters' fnlr. Ho Io so Impressed
with the track hihT cllnuito hero for
training purposes that ho Intends to
return In tho spring with his string
of horses for training.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. !' Ij. Shaw, who at
tended tho Tuninlo fair, teporl n lino
uhllilt nnd general good time.
.Mrs. II. IC Allen and sister, MIhs
'I'llloy Davidson accompanied .Mr, and
Mrs. Shaw to tho Tumalo fair. CJultn
ti number of .SiHtorH' people attended
the Tuninlo fair among whom weie:
Mr. C. I., (list, Mr. nnd Mr.s. II. E.
Vincent nnd daughter, Ethel, .Mr. and
Mrs. John Dennis, Mrs. John Tay
lor and son Why, Mrs. (irant, prin
cipal of Slsteis' schools, Mis. (icoigc
l. Altken, Mr. and .Mis William
Knickerbocker and fiimll) anil Mis,
J. J. Wilt.
Many Sisters' people nre pleahcd
to note tho iiulisti.ntial bridge going
In at Tumulo. Morn and more they
sire beginning to llnd occasions for
traveling this toad and they nru glad
to pee n safe brldgo at this tlnt.
Dr. A V. West Is In I'llnevllle
'with Itolit. Kniith's pacing stallion
Ruzln Patch, ulteudlng the (.'look
A Mtork vlatlotl tin- home of Air
and Mrs. P. Iliintltmton leaving a
lino baby glil In time lor tho hah)
whow nt the Sinters' fnlr. Mr. Iliiut
liiHlou siiyn ho I now iimhIv to en
ter all ehiMK'H ut tlio tdiow
(llydo (list ol Plain View hits uioTcil
into town to woik In Ihu Slsteis' saw.
(!. H. Wood llulshed puling up his
tu'coud crop iiT hay Inst week.
Crop conditions In and around Sis
tors' nio unusually good, so much
so that both mills linv been running
the erection and
completion o f a
residence, t o 1) e
built near lYme
ville, Ore., will be
received by George
K. Kelley, lYme
ville, up to noon
Thursday, Oct. 5,
1010. Pjuns and
of this paper.
Sptte bklt will be (rcrivrj
lot Cent. Contuclinj.l'luml).
iaj and I (eating Sjrtem.
Oct. 4th & 5th
for some time supplying the local
demand for lumber for farmers.
II. K. Allen, who Is working at
Scott's mill, spent Sundny In town.
Itobert Smith, former Sisters' mer
chant, has disposed of his residence
property hero to Mr. J. O. McKln
nty. Several parties from Sherman
county have contracted with both
mills for lumber to build summer
cottages on tho Mctollus.
F. K. Shaw and wife, H. K. Allen
nnd wife, explored the dizzy heights
or lllack Itutte last Sunday. The
party made tho trip on foot reaching
tho summit, a distance of four miles
nnd a half from tho base. In six
hours. They report ono of the finest
panoramic views they havo ever seen.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Edmonson nnd
daughter returned last week from
a four months auto trip to tho valley.
Frank Zumwnlt and family have
moved Into town so that they can
send the children to school.
Arlle Oaster, who has been work
ing for C. I'. llnlloy, on the Mctollus
was up to Sisters Sunday.
Warren Farthing ias returned
from Plalnvlow where ho has been
working for tho two weeks.
Fred Mclteynolds, who hns been
working In the Hear Creek country,
was In town Sunday.
Elvln Vnnmotro was In town Sun
dny. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S, Hudson passed
through Sisters on their way to the
MI IjM CAN.
(Special to Tho Ilulletln.)
Mr. nml .Mrs. J. O. Whltnker io
turned from Ilend the first or this
W. II. lllack visited Friday with
his sister, Airs. W. T. Harrison.
C. A. Morris returned Saturday
from a trip to Portland mid other
points. Ho Is selling off his stock
nnd farming Implements, with the In
tention of leaving the desert.
Mr. Allison Is living In I). Spur
beck's house so tho children ran at
Mr. mid Mrs. .1. O. Whltaker made
a trip to Maury mountain after lum
M. I.. Crow vl3tled with homo folks
Mr. Smith took supper nt C. II.
Mr. (lUner bought a lino milk cow
of ('. A. Hun Is Mondny
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
MIL.MCAN', Sept. 2i. On Monday
water wra struck on the Spencer
ranch at tho depth of 407 feot- The
dilllora had ben there for two
months. Thursday Me.isrs. Prcsly,
George Cook, J. Ilcatson, Vnn Clove
nnd Stanley Smith, with their teams
moved the drilling outfit, with tho ex
ccptlon of the bunk house, which Air.
Prcsly moved Friday onto tho Stanley
Smith place, vhoro thoy nro now busy
drilling. George Cook will be tho
next ono after Air. Smith to have a
well drilled. Herbert Moore will nlso
havo n well drilled as soon as he can
get the drillers.
Mrs, J. Ileatsnn has not been so
well of late, so Air. and Airs, ilcatson
wont to Ilend Tuesday to consult a
physician. IP. 11. Johnson mitoed
thom from Ilend. The Doatson's In
tend to wove to Ilend soon.
-Mesdames J. J. Holland and II. It.
Keller called on Mrs. James Heat
son Wednesday. Georgo Cook also
stopped at the ilotson place a short
Th i j Goodmnn's aro hack on their
Tho Conway's were out on their
homestead recently for few days.
Thoy bought Abo Evnn'3 team while
here, then returned to town and
moved back to their homestead Fri
day. There will be three more pupils
ut our school; that Is Jay and Wal
ter Goodman and Oscar Conway. AIlss
Opal Conway will rcutrn to Demi to
attend cchoot there.
It Is reported that .Mr. nnd Mrs.
fnnlrl,i lino nlun unlit Hin ri.llnriiilali-
ment to his homestead.
The new owner or tho Hunter
homestead tins received a big load or
lumber and Is busy building, while
his belongings nro already ut Ilend.
Alcssro. Grnffenbprgor and Wren
have now completed C. Grnffcnberg
or's house to such nn extent, that
Mr. Orr.ffcnhorger will return to To
ledo, Wash., to get his family, while
his nephew, William Halm will com
plete the houso.
It. it. Keller went to Ilend, on .Mon
day, to seek employment.
Airs. J. J. Holland was hauling
water Into her cistern Friday and
Saturduy. Aire. It. It. Keller wont
up wltn her Friday and visited with
Airs, Holland pnt of the afternoon.
I,. A. Hull hauled out soma lum
ber tor Air. tiraffeuborgor tho past
(Special to Tho Hullotln).
PINEIIITIIST. Sept. 25. School
opened Tuesday whh nn enrollment
of 1!) pupils.
I.loyil Hoot imd Hcglnnld I lay ley
look some beer cultlo to Ilend to
O'Donnel brothers Tuesday.
308 X YES IS A VOTE
FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SQUARE DEAL FOR EASTERN ORECON
ir you nre In favor of a sipiure deal for the country
Fust or tho CiiHcades you will ote for and work for
TIIE PHOPOHED EASTERN OllKGON ST VTE
NOIIMAI, SCHOOL AT PENDLETON. OUKUON.
Oregon has but one Normal School. This school U
located ai Monmouth and is not able to supply
mom than TEN PEP. CENT of the touchers re
ipilrod In the puhllo schools of Oregon. Of the
moro than six thousand teachers In our public
schools. HPT 13 PEIt CENT are graduates of Nor
mal Schools. It Is a matter of simple Justice to tho
country East of the Cascades to establish a Normal
School East of tlm mountains to furnish thoroughly
trained teachers for the schools of Eastern Oregon.
TRAINED INSTRUCTORS WANTED
Every resident of Eastern Oregon has a tltal In
tnreat In the pasaaao of this measure for Eastern
OrnKon pays 111(111 SALARIES to her teachers and Is
entitled to the services of Til INED INSTRUCTORS.
ONLY COSTS 4 CENTS PER $1.000
Tho annunl cost of maintenance of the proposed
State. Normal School amounts to HPT ONE 25TII
OK A MILL OR CENTS ON A THOUSAND DOL
LARS of taxablo property Isn't It worth this to
you to have your children trained to become USE
FUL AND PRODUCTIVE cltlicna?
J. A. Churchill, the State Superintendent of Public
Instruction, voices inn aentlntont of the educators of
tho state when he ay- ,,,,.,.
"Oregon's sreatest need tor Its rural schools Is the
teacher who has had full preparation to do her work.
Such proparatlon can uetl come through Normal
"I truit that the voters of the state will assist In
raising the standard of our schools by establishing
a State Normal School at Pendleton, Tho location
la central, the Interest of the people of Poudletoa In
education most excellent, and the large number ot
pupils In the public schools will give ample oppor
tunity to all students to get the amount of teaching
practice required In a standard normal school."
The educator of the State Insist that Standard
Normal Schools be located In towns of 5000 popula
tion or more and having ENOUGH, GRADE PUPILS
FOR TEACHER PRACTICE
BE LOYAL AND VOTE RICHT
Show your loyalty to the beat Interests of Eastern
Oregon and of the whole state by working for this
measure and by voting YES TOR NO. 30J. Hy vot
ing YES for No. 30 you will help to GIVE TO THE
SCHOOL CHILDREN OK OREGON THE SAME
ADVANTAGES ENJOYED HY THE SCHOOL
CHILDREN OK OUR NEIGHHORING STATES.
Eastern Oregon Stat Normal School CommlttM
By J. H. Qwlnn, Socy., Ptndltton, Or.
GOOD MEALS AT TIIE
EVERYBODY WELCOME. MEALS 35c
Alice D. Spalding, Proprietor
F. V. Swisher hns been hauling
hay to Ilend this week.
Hnrry McGulre left Thursday
morning ror Pendleton where he at
tended the Round-up.
C. Silver moved his family to Ilend
Wednesday on nccount of Airs. Sil
ver being in poor health. Air. Silver
Ib tnklng care of the Star ranch on
the Tumalo project.
Chester Hayloy arrived hero Fri
day evening to visit his uncle R. 11
Uayley and family.
Gono AVImer was a Bend visiotr
Reginald Uayley wns the guest of
Lester Snyder Sunday.
Airs. G. W. Snyder and two child
ren and Airs. C. Sandil were Tumalo
Air. Cantorberry was n business
caller at tho Georgo Snyaor homo
Sunday morning. Almost all of the
people or this vicinity attended tho
fair at Tumalo Saturday.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
POWELL IIUTTE, Sept. 21. Airs.
L W. Van Doren arrived homo Tues
day morning nftcr an absence or sov
A new baby boy arlved at tho
Frank Kesslcr homo Inst Friday
Win. Wilson shipped lCft rat lambs
to Portland Saturday night.
AIlss lma Afooro, Miss Edna Alley
and Jimmy It'gshy mado a trip to
Prlncvlllo Saturday to arrange ror
the exhibit of tho Industrial club's
work nt tho Crpok County fnlr..
J. A. Itlggs la serving on the Jury
In Prlncvlllo this week.
Friday. He brought his daughter,
AIlss Fay Ilussett nnd .Mrs. Drown
home for n visit.
A most disastrous fire occurred at
tho Hut ten ut fivft o'clock on Friday
evening hy which Ora Foster lost his
now separator, valued ut $1200 dol
lars, with no Insurance. It Is unfor
tunatu for tho farmers, nearly every
one nro ready and waiting to have
their grain threshed. Reaves Will
coxen at whoso place tho fire occur
red lost 140 bushels of barley mid
75 bushels lf oats.
AIlss Hazel Hayu spent Tuesday
evening at home with her parents.
J. L. Gibson went to Tumalo yes
terday taking nn exhibit to the fair.
Miss GtailjB Hreen went to her
homo near Prlncvlllo for n week
end visit with hero mother. AIlss
Hreen Is the tcachor at the Wilson's
Mr. nnd Airs. S. D. .Mustard at
tended the fair at Tumalo.
J. F. Rice took a load or hogs to
Horlgan In Prlncvlllo on Saturday.
Raymond Vnn Doren Is so lar re
covered from 'his recent accident ns
to be able to bo taken home. Ills
parents brought him out Saturday af
John Rhode, formerly of this place,
but now residing in Portlandj Is here
on a visit.
Airs. Carl Ulalr arlved from Port
land TueBday morning.
Henry Hnwson met with a painful
accident ono nlgbt last week. Ho
wag driving n colt out of tho yard and
In tho dark stumbled nnd roll In a
hole, hurting his leg unite badly. At
first ho thought It was broken, but
on examination, by a physician it was
found to bo a sevcro strain, however,
be had to remain in Redmond sev
eral days for treatment. 11a waa
taken over by William Peterson In
A small threshing i.uchtna I" at
work between the uppur unit lower
Prlncvlllo roads having completed
sovernl small Jobs, b'li owlu'f to its
slzo does not thresh veiy rupldly and
It Is hoped that Fostir will ajccred
In getting a now nuiuhlnu tic oiicc us
there Is n great am'jjnt of work yet
Carl Charlton nuilo 11 tttp to l'tlno
On Sundny evening J. A. Rlggs
and Air. nnd Airs. A. W. itayn 1 io
tored to Deschutes ttpeiiillii; the eve
ning at tho F. 11 'loyn hoir.-.
(Special to Tho Hullotln.)
POWWELL HUTTK, Sept. 20.
Raymond tho young Bon or Air. and
AlrB. L. W. Van Doren. met with n
painful accident nt echool Inst Fri
day morning. Ho climbed tho llcg
polo nnd then slid down In somo wny
ho caught on tho pin nt tin bottom,
that holds tho ropo and tore a deep
cut In his abdomen. A physician wna
summoned from Redmond, who
found It necessary to take 10 stitches
to closo the wound. Ho then took
tho boy to the hospital In Redmond
where ho could givo him personal at
tention for sovernl days.
And Investigate onr prices
before buying your groceries.
Wo can snro you money.
Milllcan, Ore. Telephone
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
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of each City. Town and
Village (Irlng dttcrlpllir iVelch ot
each place, location, population, tele
graph, ahlpplnff and banking points
atao Claxined Directory, compiled by
biulneM and profeulon.
K. I. I-OMC CO. BK.VTT&E .
Soo Edwards (or papor hanging.
For (arm land loans seo J. Ryan
& Co. Reasonable rates, prompt
Clean up and paint up. Soo Ed
Have you any
If so, get our prices, as we are in the mar
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
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