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YH6 BEND BULLETIN
"For very man a square deal, no
less and no more."
(Invariably In advance.)
HOW TO REMIT.
J".Ri;tnit by bank tlntft, postal money
onK- on Hcntt, express money order, or
rcKtsteietl letter. Make all remittances
payable to The Hcml nullelin.
Stac,np4 Mall Schedule
MttttYK AT tllKD.
t roM Shaulko via rrlneville
.-. T .VmI. i.ri Sllcrr Lake
7 p. m. dally
I a. in. dally except Tue.
Vrem'Tnniato Tat.. Than, and Sat MS V- "
1-rom Laidlaw daily cicept Sunday p.
-.. I .t.v BmSD.
Vot&atWiavt.rineTtlle.. 6 a. in. dallr
Vor Laltevtrw and Silver Lite.-. -.--
.J- . w. m dallT except bun,
ruiniiiiTuee.. Tffift. and Rat a. m.
Var LaWlarr dj"- e-tcepl Sunday .-4 p. m
pSv))t i. novas Week days; 8 a. n. US p.
i Stunt), from II a. ra. lo urn., and naU
louranrr antral of att maita Irom railroad
reaching Bend before S p. ra.
Tat.THoxit prricr Horn Week day, from
- i, rn.to p. m. Sunday and holiday.
fira I to a. ra. to u noon, ami iro
. ra. to i noon, and irom j P- m.
a w,p. ra.
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1906
LUT TIIERli BG-LIQHT.
The editor of the Crook County
tournalmnv perhaps be pardoned
Tor nrintine mislcadihc inaccuracies
It anent the court house .matter and
county financies as furbished him
by the Pringvilje rjug. .since he is a
new :-an vin the, community, not
outo Frineville curves and crooks.
Perhaps a little later after the com-J
mg investigation and he learns
a little history, he will be more
; wary of championing the ring's
J As he seems so good at explain-
Sj ,ug, will he explain how, wheu the
treasurer swears that there is only
$i8KS6- in. the general fund, the
cotmty is to build a $45,000 court
house without incurring indebted
cess, and how, if the court expends
that $ 1 8,ooo or the major portion!
thereof for the proposed building,
the county expenses are to be pro
i vided for? If $61,000, or even $45,-
i 000, is to be paid out, where will
; the money come from if not from
the taxpayers? Perhaps he can ex
plain how a "competent .architect"
i made plans for a $40,000 building
aud the bids ran up to $75,000 or
,So,ooo, and how the advertise
ments for bids were so ingenuously
arranged that only one man in
America could intelligently submit
o bid, aud also explain the relations
between the Salem and Portland
Perhaps he can explain away the
story published last week in the
Madras Pioneer, .anil perhaps he
jjjay flounder deeper in the mire by
attempting to do so.
. The taxpayers are assured in one
issue of the Journal that the rate
will be lower than heretofore "a
material reduction." In another
issue it is explained that the rate
will be ig4 mills as agajnst 21 last
year. Agaiu it is adth'itted that
the valuations are raised, from
$3,000,000 to $6,000,000 in J.b new
assessment. Here is a little study
$3,000,000 at ji mills 63,000.
f6,ooo,ouoat I9) millif 117,0.
Surplus, 54,000. for ring to spend.
And still the court house can be
paid for without increasing taxes.
The taxpayer who paid last year
$21 on $1,000 assessed valuation
will understand how taxes are "ma-
j terially reduced" when he gets his
; bill next year for $39.
Does the ring take the people for
lobsters or does it see its day about
ended, and propose to get its job
through and beyond undoing before j
the voter aud taxpayer has his say? j
. In iustice to the reputable citi-1
zens, of whom there are mny in
Priueville, it is but proper to say
we hear many expressions of disap
proval of these methods and this
job. ; .
1 I,et us be expjicit as to '.fbe Bui
e,tin's positiou. We havia uever
opposed any reasonable expend!-
turc, properly made, but we do de
uouncc star chamber methods of
railroading through any jobs and
the effort to tnfsjcad and befuddle
the people by misleading statements.
The Journal is the official organ
1,-of the county au,d paid fpr publish
tng the proceedings. , .t Js due the
public that it do so honestly. Why
should it state repeatedly that there
is money enough on hapd to pay
Tor the court house, .when i knows
that of the $67,600 on hand only
iS,ooo belongs to the general fund
and is available, the remainder be
ing accumulated road, school and
high school funds which cannot be
used? Why docs it not say frankly
that the county court has changed
; its tactics and proposes now to let n
contract for only a portion of the
work aud by doubling the assessed
valuations get in the extra '$54,0001
to finish the job, next year? Why
does it not state that when injunc
tion papers were delivered into the
hands of the sheriff on Friday,
June 1, restraining the county
court from any action on the.matlcr,
he (after having boasted,. lliat they
would have that court house wheth
er the people kicked or diot) "did
not like to disturb them byt serving
the papers" until thccveuingof the
snd, after the meeting of, the court,
when they made a stage -play of re
jecting the bids and sending the
plans back to the architect with in
structions to makk no matkriai.
CIIANCU BUT KKDVCK TIIK COST TO
within $45,000, at the same time
getting them out of the court's
hands so they could not be checked
up and the jobbing exposed?
Why does he not explain how he
happened to make no uevs item of
so important a matter and of which
as official reporter he must have had
cognizance, until the cat was out of
the bag, and why his paper made
no mention of court house plans in
reporting the county court proceed
ings when the records show that
the court considered the matter sev
eral times during, the period the
paper was drawing,. pay-for such
publication? Also, why docs he not
state that the bids received June 2
involved some $61,000 for .building
incomplete and $1,400 more for
Is it not up to the editor of the
Journal to explain that he approves
the ring methods and standa in with
them or to admit that, being a new
man in the county, lie did not
known-the game, but was told wlrat
to say by the gang. Lirr tiif.rk
KCEP THE WATER PURE.
Dr. U. C. Coe's timely article
elsewhere in this issue, in which he
ably urges the importance of a pure
water supply, should receive the
careful consideration of all settlers
in the Deschutes valley. While this
fertile valley is remarkably free
from disease aud is blessed with a
healthful, invigorating climate and
an excellent water supply, yet there
are a few simple rules that all should
observe that the danger of disease
may be reduced to the lowest possi
ble minimum. As thedoctorstates,
there are few sources so prolific with
disease as drinking water- that is in
any way contaminated, t While
water drawn directly from the river
contains but a small per cent of im
pure matter, yet at certain times of
the year,- especially duriug hot
weather, there is a slight danger from
river water. This danger is much
greater when ditch, water is used,
and settlers who (a.re dependent for
driukine wntcr on.thls source should
read carefully the doctor's state-
tuents and profit thereby.
His. suggestion regprding the
need oL some permanent 'Organiza
tion to keep uncontaminatcd the
water of the river, touches a matter
of great-importance to the healtW'of
those livitig in this ' region! " Some
action should at ouc'e"j.Jy tftken that
will lead to permanent-result?.
. . n . ..uuu. ,,f . j,r
Alld uow the democrat? say their
only hope in tapHtarmg the presi
dency in xoS lies in Bryan, the
erstwhile well-intentioned radical
but on whom iril 'branches of the
party nre uniting as a conservative
leader. The, republicans, likewise,
are declaYing thathc surest means
of defeating Bry.an n's to nominate
Roosevelt for another term. Bry
an's hold upon the people and the
present tendency for many to look
with favor upon certain doctrines
tinged with socialism would un
doubtedly tnakc Bryan n strong
candidate. Roosevelt's record as a
I trust curbet and his- stand for nb
solute honesty in public and private
life, coupled with the nation's un
bounded faith in him, would make
of him an opponent whom, we be
lieve, 110 man could defeat. This
sudden boom for Drynti, while it
possesses considerable strength, is
rather premature. "There's many
a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip"
190S is still far distant.
Bend's efforts to please its guests
at the recent farmers' institute evi
dently were successful. At least
we arc justified in thinking so
when we read all the pleasant
things W. P.. -Meyers has to say
about Bend aud its people in the
Laidlaw Chronicle. 'Many thanks,
Bo. Myers. What was your
pleasure is our. satisfaction. Bend
hope? at some future time- to agaiu
cntercain the estimable people of
Where is there another associa
tion or community that can invite
in from 500 to 600 people aud ban
quet them on 1,500 brook trout
with bear steak on the side? That
U what the Deschutes Settlers' As
sociation did when the governor
visited Bend.1 Great is the Des
Small 2-year old heifer, Lrat:de".
with Z on left shoulder came to my
ranch at Powell Buttes last No
vember. Owner enn have same by
paying charges and for this notice.
14-20 W. T. Cask v.
Parties having timber claims for
sale please address, Neil Smith,
Bend, Or. State amount of timber
estimated and price asked for
claim. " i3'2opd
If you want to keep in touch with
the developmeift of this great Des
chutes valley, RKAD the Bulletin.
PKPARTMKNT OH TIIK INTKUIOK.
U. S. Land OBitr. The Italic. Oregon,
June 7, litA,
AauBMent eontett affidavit hartnc been fitrtl
lu tills otfwctiy Clcrbard Morten, rentettaiit.l
agalmt hore.lead entry Mo. luj. laade October
I. 1001, lor atr. tec t, ip 19 a. r u e, w in.
by latper twybol
akl, ueceuwa. eonietite, la itiikii
It ta aurg
rged'that aald etilryiuan died upward of
one year ago that prior to hi death he wholly
aUmdoneuaatd tract for more than l month
that he never cultivated or Imptotrd aatd tract
oreautedthe umc to br done that alncv liU
death hit heira have failed lo cultivate or Improve
uld tract or nw the mmc lo he Wu
that the known heir of Mid euliyman are
Mark S. heho!d. hpriuifield, Mo , lidwaid Key
U4d. ttax44. Ieat7, Cut . Amtt SMd, Mt
rabor, Ort-Kou, berftnV-yVrid, l-urtland, Orecou,
I.voii twybold, roitland, Oregon that if there
arc any other heir of aaid eutrymau they are
unknowi, to affiant that Mid alleged Uence
waa not le to Ike employment of the rntryman
or hi heir, in the army, navy or marine corpa
of the fuurd Male In the time of war
Said partica are herety notified toappear, re
tpond and offer eviilencc luMchlnir aald allega
tion at lo o'clock a 111.00 July i. If it. bejere
II C Kill. I". H Cowtnl, Sutler, at hi ofhec in
lleud.orrgon, and that final hearing will be held
at la o'clock a. in. Augurt 4. v before the
Kegitter atl krreircr at the United Stale laud
ofhec in The Uallea, Oregon.
The aald coutetant having, lu a (M-oper affida
vit, filed May ji. vf. aet forth acta which
how that aftar due diligence pcrkunal ervireof
mi notice canuot ttc inane, n 1 nereoy wraereq
and directed that aoeh notice be given by due
ana proper publication.
iyjul; MICIIAHI. T. N(IUN, Kegitter.
8TATI5 01' OHIIGO.V
COL'NTV 01' CUOOK J
In JiMtloe Court fur Vend l-toatiHt Ha, j.
Ifllla, J- r. ,.
J. 1'rauk htrotfd and
H. M. Janney, iMendaot
To S. It. Jaunty, Ov'rndan!
In the name of Ike Sale of Oregon
Vou arefecrefcy rrrultnl loamor and amwer
the oomplaJot fifed agauri vou lu the alove ell
tilled court and cuue flu 5r Vfure the 7th day of
July, ipA aiul II Vou iir)lYo-ii('prraiulaiiwer
the plaiutin' will taVe Judgineut agaliiit ou for
lheuiiiofj9 4o(ipou contract for the direct
paymeut ofmoe"(owitl I'or the balance of
an aouT7for the eiire- and feeding ol a team ol
hore, the procitv ot dc eiidant, furnUlicd at
lila inatancr aud rniueat, lietweeu the nth day of
December, lost, and theaalb day of March. 1006.
amounting to yj t.
riiiaauiumoiiaipuouneaoy oruer 01 11. L
lillia. Julice of the I'eoce, lor lleud I'reciuct
No. 1, Crook County, Ulegon, utidc and entered
on me aii uny m AuynivTNi P wwicn
order it ia pretcribed that thl nuinmou be pub-
laueu lor witiii w iirivBper puuuanai ill
vrooK touniy. uregeu. mc uie 01 iuc rM
MhUcJtLll'if.lk.t tummoiwia'illy jj, yA.
JI. e, t'.UUti,
C S. Hkmm.-t, Jvitlee otitic J-cace.
Attorney jr 1-titutifa. mii-juuiy
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j The Importance of a Pure Water Supply j
) BY DU. U. C. COH
X ' f
As we nro . liviug) as individual
and somewhat scattered settlers
here in the Deschutes valley, -without
the sanitary protection which
would be afforded by n well regu
lated municipality vith a depart
ment equipped to look after the
sanitary condition of the territory
under its government, it is of the ut
most importance that each individ
ual settler make it his business to
look into the sanitary condition of
his particular locality and to inter
est himself in those measures which
will provide good sanitation for the
whole community in general.
We are favored with a healthful
aud bracing climate and yet even
though strict sanitary measures
are adhered to, we cannot hope to
escape without suffering from some
of the epidemics oi disease to which
every newly settled country is sub
ject, as there arc some tui'xutaut
factors in the aetiology of such epi
demics over which the inhabitants
of the country have little influence
The sti'riug up of the soil for the
first time is a potent factor in cans
iug disease. People, coming from
all sections of the country will be
subject to the invasion of all
varieties of disease until they be
came thoroughly acclimated
These, and many other of the
causal elements of the epidemics of
disease to which we will be subject,
are beyond our influence. How
ever, the most potent factor in the
health or disease of a country, (the
water supply) is the one over which
the settlers individually turn col
lectively have the most to do, aud
the water supply in this country
will he cither good or bad just as
the settlers choose to make it. -
The Deschutes water as it now
flows in the river is ati exceptionally
good and potable water. Coming
as it does from the snow in the
mountains it contains few dissolved
impurities, solid or gaseous, though
there is n minute quantity of solid
impurities imprisoned in the snow
and liberated when it -is melted.
On account of the nature of the
rocks and soil through which it
flows it takes up few- impurities in
solution. However, it does contain
quite an amount of vegetable
organic matter which is held in
suspension as minute particles, by
the swift currcut.
When the river water is placed in
a barrel or other utensil and al
lowed to stand for a few 'days this
organic matter settles and collects
on the sides aud bottom of the
barrel, forming a tenacious coating
of light yellow c lor. Being
organic matter it decomposes very
rapidly, especially in warm weather
This decomposing sediment not
only forms a medium or soil which
is favorable to the growth aud
itiulliplirotion of disease germs, but j
it aiso uas nu action upon tuc
L-umau organism similar to that of
a ptomaine poison or vegetable
toxinc. When taken with the
water, though it may be fre.r from
the germs of disease it of itself is
capable cf causing a toxic fever if
taken in sufficient quantities.
1 his same yjaiinent was the
cause of 90 rJer cent of-the sickness
which we had here in Bend during
the hot weather two years ago.
The town had no water system and
the people used water which was
hauled from the river aud placed in
barrels When, from three to five
days usage the water in the barrels
became low, fresh water wasjiattled
and poured in onto three to five
gallons of stagnate residual water
with the sediment which 'had been
accumulating in the bottom from
the firbt. In this way the water
contained a large amount of' this
decomposing -sediment even when
the barrel war; freshly filled,
Every uteiifcil which hi. .used to
hold water should be cpmplefcly
emptied aud thoroughly freed from
the sediment which has accumu
Buy on Gveditl
this $60 Machine for $25
FBE1CHI riEHW. Ax' &
Itltcij, doiitlo tetd, !(-
threading ihutllai hai
autoinatu! bobbin Hinder
and other lateillniprore. I
the iiml niacblna aie
aro aiUligroupllu;. All
machine. Hold for only
U raih and U monlhlr.
vVrlle TOUT for (re ruilllVIl UTUOCVI ihowlng
flegant houiehold goidi we will Iblpfri
Bovutkz ' riirMtuhV &b;4iy
ffcojldion fur Tiiaenn- our new rimii pi
ew CIECIT blalf.
173.178 FUftSt, POUTLtMP, OU.
Every man who depends upon
the ditch lor his water will be coin
jicllcd to use 11 ciMcrn or storage
tank of some description to hold
water in' cold weather during the
criod when there is 110 water in
the ditches. These cfstcrns should
be so constructed 'as to permit them
being easily emptied nnd clcaued
when necessity requires. The
ditch water will always contain 11
larger amount of sediment lu the
form of solid materials held iti suv
pension aud also distal ved impurities
in solution than the river water,
and would be greatly improved by
being passed through n filter. A
simple and effective filter may be
constructed by filling ft lr)x. or
barrel with alternate layers of
gravel and charcoal find allowing
the water to percolate through it at
the entrance of the cistern. This
procedure will free the -water from
a large patt of the solid matter held
However, there has been no
filter yet constructed which, will
free n Water from disease germs,
and using boiled water for drinking
purposes is the only effective pre
cautionary measure against the
spread of disease in that way.
Typhoid fever spreads almost
entirely through the water supply
and using trailed water in the only
way to prevent infection by that
It is n duty each settler owes to
his family directly, his neighbor's
family indirectly, and is his in
dividual duty to the community at
large to properly look after these
few simple tilings in his own home;
though it it yet tenfold more im
portantboth in rcgird to the
health of his own family and the
welfare of the community that he
put his shoulder to the wheel and
do his part in a co-oicrativc move
ment on the part ol nil the settlers
for the purose of keeping the
water free from contamination in
Even at the present time there
are ccuditiotw demanding an
organization of the settlers whose
object will be to free and keep the
river free from contamination from
Bend to it.- headwaters. On five
occasions during the pat year
parties have reported to mc the
presence of the carcass of a dead
cow or horse in the river above
Bend. The carcassefi have always
been removed as hoon as possible
after being reported, not, however,
without two or three days delay in
one or two instances, hcveral
times our mayor has hired n man
ami team to go ten or twelve milts
up the river to remove a decaying
carcass from the stream without
allowing the public to know any
thing of the occurrence.
Every year from June until Oc
toiler, thousands of sheep are pas
tured in the Cascade forest reserve
around the headwaters of the
stream. If this matter is not prop
erly looked after and regulated the
river vjl become contaminated bv
the wdrst d all drainage impurities
Society appreciates the wiving of
a sick person's life by the skilled
physician but fails to sec the price
less gilts to thli, human race made
by preventive nicdTcinc and Military
science. It views everything in
detail and misses the pcrsjective.
The situation deiiiandi immediate
action on the part of the settlers as
an organized body. A meeting of
aw 1 tie settlers ot tiie Deschutes
valley should be arrauced. for at
which men competent to pass jutlg-
mem on sanitary matters will be
chosen and empowered to act upon
and , 00k after these things which
arc most pertinent to the health of
Who will stait the ball rolling?
Ieert Und, llnal Proof.
NOTICE FOE PUJMIOATION.
United Matt. Land Office The Itallra, Or.,
. ,, t)e li. -
,.?.' . ' '"""W l lnr I rgihk V. Avery, of
-, aniugiuii.aaauiire Ottilia KelJlair.B.
aignee of Wallet II PodgoAaa njed notice ahii
teulkiii tn make proof on 'life deaertland claim
llOianwa the following wiOv-taea Improve the
cuiiipete Irrigallon aud rcclaiuatlsn uriuVid laml
i.cori'ew. wiiacr, l'ied I'. H
SJihowal.J A. jFUjcu, f!
Ju-faUfl!, ,Migy.Ul. T..N41I.A
i.cori'e w. Wiiacr, l'ied I'. Hmlth, Charlra
fll of Tiimafo,
I . , .a a . . . II ' Ta I-
tne bottom ueiore it n
Read Till? UUITIN.
Timber l.aml. Act June j.iiH,
NOTICH KOIt I'lilllilUATION.
J. H, lul OnUe, ThtPallra, Oirgun,
Nallce It httthy given that In compliance wild
Ihr piuvl'luiint Ihe act of Congfr of June t,
llvj-a.rntlllMl "An act f"t Ihe Mt l llmlxrlaiiil
luthralalra of California, Oivgtiii, Nevada an.l
Washington Teril)ty" ritcinledJp all Ihe
public land aUttaiiy art of Angiot , im,
l(i(iiia if Tnr. ' -
Hi"!. t'aul.coMiily of Uamaey. Mate oj, Minn
taoNi.iiaathltilajr Itled. In thf aajke liar ii
Malfinrnl No ri. fur Ihe purcha or Ihe (
iiwM.iwcij, aHneM '! cle! M, lii
rtae, wm , f ',
And will lifter lnonf tn ahftw tlitl Ihr land
MHighl I iihmc valuable for ll llmmr r ttone
than fur aailewllHial t-uil-w
her claim til mM land beta It
0 Mill. I' A
ComtnlMMiifr. at hUalftc In Pcttd. Oifgn, h
Ihe 1Mb day of AugH.t, ly
fttir name a wltHe Juaepli N llHtiUraml
VlllUm II Maal. Hi llea.1, Oifgwti. JhIiii Imwe
of m.lfi", tMegun, and Nellie.lt Pwyer uf
Any am) alt iwimim claiming adeirly the
aUite-deteilhed land are ltHlnl tn file IIm4i
claim lu thl airifc oil er lAieid I4II1 day nf
al IIICIIAIII.T NOUN. Mml.tcr.
Timber Mud, AH June j, ir.
NOTICE KOU PUDMCATION.
V. M. Mud OllWe. The 1Mb, OtHi.
A pit I it, K'..
Notice la hettbr given that iMewwptUiiM- with
Ihe piott at the att uf Cwgt- "fjunr i.
lava, entitled "Alt art fur Ihe Mtenftlmlwr laml
in the taleaof California, tnegtm. Nrvada. ami
Wathlngtnn TailttiMyi" -a rtlewlMl, la all the
MW tend atatea Uyatt ol XugvMt 4, t,
Albeit W. lit Ml. '
v aountir u( IfoHaUi. Ulrr tt
Iht day fill. I In tht ofr hit
mrnt No T. for the tmilf nf the ak
awf ami nek )(, t. tl i. r li r, w m
And will urtrf ptf lo allow that Ihe land
Miught la more valuable fur II limber r name
than fur agifenltmal wwtunea and to atabHh
hxrUlmloukllaml before II V ltli, V. M
CommtxMmtr. at lit. olTiee In Itcud, t)re gau, an
the Itlh lUy of AuiM.t. lv
He name wltHMte Chaile J. Collor,
Klchaid King. AlUit (talc ami lleaMge (late,
all of Hend. Oiegan
Any and alt perui tUlmlug dvaty llrt
abuvr-deetlbd land are rvaet4 ta Ale Iherr
etalmi In Jhli alhee um ur before, aald lath day ol
jatia MKIIAHI.T NQl.AN. HagUtcf
Timber liml. Aet Jane l tr.
NOTICE I'Olt -I'UnidCATION.
U. li. Land OfAee, The imUX. Otegam,
lay I, r
Natter l htecby given that in camatlanee wHh
the tuprtilan Mlhe Aet at CaHatea of J una L
'lfa.etHleil"ANatfor tlM-MWar llmbbiil
l all tjae
4. line, tre
VaiiNgtm TertHary," a eilrmMM
Mtbrtclaud tUtei.v Aat.ttf AHUM
Mtowtng named efw, on Aarll ted and May
and. lvA, MeM in I mi antra t:lf mh Male
d lvad. County al Crnok. late aforrgan. laani
rfatrm.nt Na M, far the rtfehae at the -)
nejt.wc . M MXmt iwfcaeH m r. In i
r nr w m
Vara A Jt
aTriend.rminlyWtfiaaV, atale at Oiagaa. weN
Ulemeat No . for the arehe mt the hH
W. , and el eX. , la i i, r 11 r
That thev will aller Haaf la ahww that Ihe
land taught are mate valaabve for the limber ae
itame ther earn than foe agtKaHawal aatpwie. ami
hi ritabllah their claim ta ald laada
f Win, I' H CammtMimvee, at hM
Hemi. oieaam, an Ihe 17th MyM July, iy
Thay name wlluee- I'lauk . Mtmw.
llaer A Jane. Nra A Jwnra, I'rUng C. CV-.
Jnhn IMmai att ol Tend. Oregon
Any and all netaaa ctalmimj aduiarlf tfcaj
aWvderitfcedmliarii-aMi4d U nt I beer
ellm In lilt cflWe en ar before Ihe aM Plhday
miHIyM MICH AMI. T. NOUN. KegUtM
Timber lind, Art Jane j. ie7.
NOTICE KOU PUlllilCATION.
t;. K Iaml Difiar, The iHltaa. Oirgan,
M-y , tyd.
Notice I hereby rleen lhal Hi ramaliaHae with
Ihe pwvtun.rilM Aet o4 Kmiim. af JuNf 1,
tt. eedUlad. "Am a for the W of limber laml.
la the Male of CaMfMtnta. iHegm. Nevada, and
Washington TenKarg,- oteadad la alt llr
puLUe land Xitel by Ad M Ai4 4, ritV,
the fallawlMg named -efMMtntve R'e4 In hM
ulMcthetr aw.uialtmtiltb.ttll . .
of The Italic, aMinly bl U'aww raleiSf rwton
nuin 4lemctiltNo, H, Died lie thuafnee May
i lyA, for ihriaiicliaacaf IheaeHHwK. iiciw
M, Ila 14ml j, e tu, p if 1, r me. w in.
eTThe Imllca.Ytfiiily ftf Waa4.4te w Oregan.
worn alatemeiil No mi, Aled May ti. I'jft.far
Ihe putthate Of the awtf
s ti. Ip
That they will offer proof to Umw thai I'm
land aought ate mule valuable fur (he llm
V, .w iiinnm ,nai, iwr irriniurai MHriuf
and to nUMUh llietr elaima u aald ttuJt I.
ii than for agrkndlwral iiHriux
fore Ihe kegliter ami Heaivee a' the (aud orAtc-p)
n nietr etaiina la aald audi um.
The Kail", Oiegou, on Auguil fiM, tyii
They name-the folbmtaa- wttaeaaea, llkllael
O'Connor, p. A McPotiahl, lldwanl Murphi.
Terretice C. Murplii', I. U ItatVulfaml Wtniam
1. Mummi, af The Dalle. IHvtun
Any ami all iwrMm cUlming idrrtwly any
f I lie ab-ue ileeilld land ate leque4e.i tw lite
their eUlini hi thli emcc on ar before aald. li
day of .luauat. tv
JiyaiT MlCllAKt. T. XOUN, HeglHar,
Timber I.an4, Aet al June j. !,
NOTICK FOH l'lIJlilCATION.
U. 8. Mm! Office. The lMhVa, Oregon,
Hay au, tuA.
Nojleeli berrby given that In cuMnll'Jifr with
Ihe prov lUHil i4 life A af fwigiaU af Jiing
In Ihe idalei uTCiiHrbrHla. Oregon, NevaAg, ,4
WaihlngtMTeiiUoty,"ai earemled l( Ml the
public laud etato bv act of Auguvt 4, ki,
lleotge A- luwoHa
oflleml, CoMiilyofCrnok. aute of tliegun, Iim
thl day filed in III II office liU aivoru alaleiueiit
No ttft), for tlw imirhate of tlte 11 J. wWT uw U
aiideHwM,ofcci.lpia. t nr. win.
And wilt offer pfo.il la ahowthal Ihr Uuj
auught i more valuable for Ha llmf t
ilene than fur agtlrultuial iHirnoaea. aud to
eMahllih hi claim lo aald laud l-elutc II. C,
Kllll, V H, Uoiiimlataucr, at III oflk In ImiihT,
Oirgou. 011 the mh day of Auguat, iA.
A,c iiniuv a wiiiiraeav .
'. C. I.uroi, of Jleud, Oregon:
I tluevlUe, OreHUii, ami W
N. Ilunlrr. and
J- H. Hmllli, a
l. ktmila of )jf.
Any and all kieikoiit cUlmlug mlvetiely Pu)
ImvtM Bjrrib. ii.U are iiuhH.1 to Ala'tliclr
clalnu lu Chi oAlcc 011 or lieore Mhl iilh day uf
Auemt. ittrfi. - ' '
Jll-am MlCllAKt, T. NOI.AN. lleyWcr.
Beam Land, I'lual Proof.
NOTICK FOH PUULICATIQN,
J H, Uiid Ortiee, TJiPlea,0CKt)i,
June 11, iA.
rN''" ,' hetcby given lhal Ir l(. wimer
- '. 'igoii, iib nirii notice or He
111 tniiiabeproofoii, (di dearit-Uml claim
1, for he iV, ft arc, add k awj-, arc
1 4 a, r p .wJiTi.iVerorc l. C. "til 1 Vl, 0,
iiUiloncr. at hla olfice in llcml, Oiei011! ofl
Lilt iHvi lulu ar. a 1
i.iniui, tijiai.v UIOUI
Ihe iMIuuyof July, c.
He niuieallie tiAluwIiiK ivllucwea lo protc
the compute llbjaj'itaild reclamation oVaali)
lauu: . . 1 (
Thor A. lenaan. InrAnV Y Mm 1 1J....1.
S.her, amtCIUiutitlhHpaitglipiill oTiiiiialu,'
jljjuljt MlCHAlr,T,WOLAN, Mcglater