gulliford, j. h. finds brother
Didn't Know His Own Brother. Yesterdav morning J. H. Gulliford, of the Elephant Feed yard, was sent for port haste with the message that there was a man at the yard that wanted to sell him some hay. "That's tho man I'm looking for," said John II.; "if there is any man on top of the earth whom I would like to see it is a man with hay to selL" He found the stranger and struck a bareraiii. Tho man with hay to sell wanted 10 to bind the bargain. This was refused, but a compromise was effected and o was paid on account. The man was about to walk off, tellins: Mr. Gulljf'ord that he could whistle for his hay. Then the boys laugned, as Doya will, and John thought he was sold and felt like he had let a bird go. Then a good look at the stranger revealed the fact that he was a brother who had come over from Prineville on a risit. They had not seen each other for fourteen years. Mr. Gulliford, of Cook, will ro - main a few days, but will not sell any hay. Pendleton (Ore.; TriDune, llalf liaby, Half Philosopher.