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I THE BEND BULLETIN
"For every man a square deal, no
Iom fend ne mere."
tllARLUS t. UOWK.. BDITOR
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FRIDAY, MARCH 37, tooS.
On the first twe of tins issue
appears a statement by Dr. U. C
Coo who is a candidate for state
representative from the Twenty
first Representative District, in re
gard to the issues that arc before
ihe voters. While Ur. t-oe hocn
not confine himself to one issue, he
docs pick out the one of the ;ienl
est importance to Central Otei'on
and explains fully his position
It is admitted by eVery thinking
man that Oregon is badly ill need
of n new water law, one that em
bodies the best featutes of the be-i
water laws ot other states. An
attempt will be made at the nc.Nt
legislature to pass such a law and
it behooves the Twenty-first dh
trict to have a representative there
who understands condition in this
section of the Atate utid who will
work diligently for the adoption ol
a proper law.
Dr Cue recognizes the ureal
importance tht. question bears to
the welfare and development ol the
whole of Oreccn and if he goes to
the legislature his efforts will bt
expended 111 behalf of securinj:
suitable water law for the state and
rue that will help greatly in the
cveloptacnt of Central Oregon.
This is a matter that should be
ittcudcd to at once for the longer
is postponed the greater will be
trouble in the end. A new law
nust be passed sooner or later and
r he best time for it will be at the
lext legislature. Therefore, it be-
ioovcs the voters of this district to
end a man to Salem who wilt look
flcr their interests in this matter
Such a man is Dr. Coe, who, b
natural ability and training, would
exert a strong influence in the
Vote for Dr. Coe.
The voters of the state arc now
receiving a pamphlet of 126 pages
containing all measures referred to
the people by the Legislative
Asr.embl , referendum ordered b
petition cf the people, and proposed
by initiative petition. These meas
ures should be carefully studied by
every voter. Among them are
several that are of great importance,
such as the act to increase the
annual appropriation for the stale
university to $1 25.000 a year, a
constitutional amendment provid
ing for the exemption of much
property that is now taxed and the
placing of taxation on land values
a step in the detection of the
single tax; a constitutional amend
ment establishing the recall; a bill
for a law establishing Statement
No. 1: a bill for the protection of
salmon und sturgeon in the Colum
bia and Sandy mus; oud several
other measures. The voter bhould
btudy these various measures so
that lie can vote intelligently there
on at the general election. There
is a strong movement over the
state to discredit direct legislation
by the people as provided by the
initiative and referendum attd if the
voters fail to treat in an intelligent
manner the various measures
tint w'J! be submitted to them at
tbe general election, the opponents
of the initiative and referendum
v. ill cite it as a reason for abolish
ing the measure. As this (aw now
stands it may be susceptible of
abuse btit lis wcafc points can be
remedied. The system of direct
legislation Is a great safeguard
against corrupt politics and in
favor of good government, and any
step toward abolishing it would be
n long step in the wrong direction.
The old political ring that ruled
Oregon so long and so corruptly
bits 110 love for the initiative and
referendum and is doing all iu its
power to discredit it. Tfierefore,
Jt behooves the people to study
carefully the various measures pro-
A Narrow Escape
.Many people hate a . narrow escape
torn pneuuioida and consumption as a
ratwilt of a cold that hang on. Foley's
Honey and Tor cures coutdia and colds
no Witter hew deep seated and prcM-nt
iHcuuionia aifd consumption. Kefuc
uibstitutei. C. V. Merrill, Druggist;
Gophers, Sape RaU and iWric DoRa
annually devastate our field of growing
train. Tliclr number may be greatly
diminished by n systematic warfare upon
I...- Hn rotnilo tlllnl before the
IMUI. ...WJ .w....fc -.....
young are born, reduces the number 01
pests at least ten later on.
"Woodlark" Squirrel Poison is the most
reliable and destructive agent yet devled
for their extermination. It i absolutely
certain In its action and every kernel is
warranted to kill. Climatic changes or
moisture of the earth do not destroy it
strength. It require no mixing or prepa
ration, and is always ready for use. No
other is o good. Dealers will refund the
purchase price, If not a claimed.
Uovt CuemicaIj C?., Portland, Orecon
posed, uiid prove
flection that thev
a' the general
cull pass upon
V. E. Dayton has entered the
race for the republican nomination
for assessor, and his nuuotiucement
ippenrs in this ivue Mr. Dayton
tins been deputy n-evor under As
sessor Lnfollette and if nominated
and ekcted would make a compe
Thounii(U perish cvrry ear from con
umption resulting from a cold, Foley's
Honey and Tar cure the most obstinate
lucking cough and expels the cold from
vour sjstem and prevent consumption
ami pneumonia. It ha ulred many
cacsot incipient consumption. C. V.
Stallion and Jacks for Service.
I have two jacks, one eight and
one coming three years old, which
( am standing at the Baldwin rauch
eight miles east of Bend, at $10 for
the season, beginning March t;
also one Hambletotiian stallion,
seven jears old, $15 for tbe season.
Colts from each can be seen at the
ranch. C L. Eaton.
House and lot, block 1, lot 2,
Bend townsltc. Only $750 00.
Apply to Millard Triplett, Creswcll,
1 I Wonder.
I wonder when my love come back
From far across the lea.
He'll nut hi arms around my neck
Ami sing n song to uic.
I wonder when we're growinc old,
And the hills are hard to climb,
He'll lake me gently by the hand,
A in days of Auld Liange Syne.
I wonder when we're through this life,
And angels hover near.
We'll meet our friends of long ago,
To bid us have good cheer.
I'. A. KUNNARD.
Read The Hulletin.
It is conceded to be the best paper
In Crook county.
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results' at the
least expense you
' color cards
E. A. SATHER
A Full Line of Groceries', Dry
Ooods and Hardware always on
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE, PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with Iho bet t that tho town affords,
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Ui!N, Okugon
AMONG THE CANDIDATES
Politics in Oregon lmil become n
scandal in the eyes ofthctintion. It
had been n game of subtlety and
craft, n menacing system to our
stale and country. Salem was a
veritable city of spoils and legisla
tive sessions n period of bold ac
tivity for political yeggmnu. Lilt
times have changed and today
Oregon stands foremost In the list
of states that would do away for
ever with the old soddeu days the
corrupt and shameful system. As
the seven-hilled city was not built
iu n day so this tightly tcntacled
system cannot be eradicated in n
day or a year. Able men and hon
est voters must complete this puri
fication of the politics of our slate.
Prominent iu Oregon as n cham
pion of pure politics mid nu advo
cate of the eradication of the dan
gerous system, is Honorable II. M.
Cake of Portland. Mr. Cake Is
.seeking the republican nomination
for United States senator and is
doing so in a way that appeals
strongly to the people of Oregon.
Fortunately for those of us who
possess little admiration for a wear
er of the senatorial toga who has
achieved his cxhaltcd position by
chicanery or politics, Mr. Cake is
nothing of a politician. He repre
sents the other type; the reserved,
conservative nud able lawyer, who
believes in the active policies of
Roosevelt and has unlimited hope
for our state of Oregon.
Though his record is not a po
litical one, Mr. Cake has probably
done more towards the development
of Oregon, than any other private
citizen. It was lie who inaugurat
ed the plans of development and
advancement that nre being so suc
cessfully accomplished by the port-
land Commercial Club and the Ore
gon Development League.
Mr. Cake for several years was
president of the Portland Commer
cial Club and in that position
brought it to its present state of
Oregon at this time lias sore uccd
of proper representation in congress.
ho one will deny that our growth
and development has been retarded
by want of proper representation at
the uation's capilol.
Mr. Cake is an ardent admirer of
President Roosevelt, believes in his
policies and is convinced that It is
to tbe nation's best interests that
they" be continued.
This is to certify that all ilrucctst are
authorized to refund sour money If
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your
cougli or cold. It stops the cough, heal
the lungs aud prevents serious result
from n cold. Cures la grippe, cough
and prevents pneumonia and consump
tion. Contains no opiates. Thegcuuine
Is in a Yellow package. Kclusc sulxll
tutes. t. W. Merrill, Druggist.
One pair sorrel horses and har
nessweight 2800. Well broken
and mated. Guaranteed good pul
lers. Also light team, buggy and
harness. Vacant and Improved city
lots in Bend. Goofl farm land in
both Bend and Sisters country.
1-4 H. J. Ovkutukp,
Card of Thank.
We desire lo sincerely thank thine
who so ( kindly assisted us with .their
sympauiy anil neip ciurtng uic sicklies
aim iicatu 01 our iniaiit iiuugntcr.
Mk, and Mrs. C. 15. Woons.
Department of Ihe Interior,
V. 8. Land OfSor , Lskevlcw, Oregon,
February 16, lo.!.
A sufficient contest affidavit having beeu filed
In this of Sec by F II Marlon, contcaiaiit.aealuil
hcuietteait entry No. Ji44. inailr Auguat is, ipii,
KiHiw ami n)tBWM,reciiou it.ip. 11 r,
. .. 11 ui juitu iMiiuiiiKiiaiM, auieaiee. 111
which It la alleged that mm lllrmlughain has
wnoiiy auatxiouen aaui lann. trial he haa neter
lived 011 ulil Und and thai Ik baa never built a
boue on said land, that he haa never cultivated
aaid land and thai he has been absent Irora aald
land fur more Iban is mouths latt pset, and that
aald alleged atxeucc from th aald laud was not
due to bis employment In the army, nary or
marine corps of the lulled Mates asapilrale
solditr officer, seaman or tnailne during the
war with hpain, or durlug any other warlu
which the United States may be engaged,
Said parties are hereby notified to appear, re.
spoud and offer evidence louchtngMld allegation
at 10 o'clock in on April . lyorf, before 11. C
Ifllia. U. 8. CGluruiesloner. at Mend. Orreou. and
Ufa I final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a ni.
on May 4, 1908, before Ihe Krgutcr and Kcceiv
Jnltcd btatcs Land Ofhcc In Lakcrlcw,
The aald contestant having. In n tirofter afftda.
vlt filed February 11. ivoft. set forth facta which
show that after oue diligence pcraomilacrvlrc of
1111s noiicr ran 1101 ue luuue. 11 la nereuv nruereu
and directed thai auch notice be given by due
and proper publication,
uirjo-a 17 J.N, WATSON, Keglstcr.
VOK DISTRICT ATTOHNKY.
To the Ucpabllcan Voter of the Seventh
T .lc.lri- tin- Humiliation nt vnur hand
to the office of District Attorney and will
appreciate your vole til me coining nil
tnary election It you deem uic worthy ol
W, 1. tnviiKS, i.miiiinv, vm.
10U DISTRICT ATTOKNKY.
Subject to the approval of tho voter
ot Crook and Wasco counties, my cntull
tlncv fur the retiuti'lrati nomination for
district attorney of Ihe Seventh Judicial
District at liie coming primaries, is an
nounced. If nominated and elected I
shall endeavor to faithfully discharge the
duties of the office as pruvldrd by taw.
l'Ritn W. Whjion, The Dalles, Or.
l'OK I01NT HM'KltSKNTATtVK.
To the Republican ot Klamath, Lake,
CrooK unit 1. runt v.outtiie:
1 wish to Inform the republican of
Khmutli, Lake, Crtmk and Ornut conn
lira. n,iitltiitliii thr TwiMttv-Tlrat Ken-
rrscntatlvc District of Oregon, that my
nniiiK ulll Im lirritpilteil (or 01ir eullsid-
enitioii at the priuuiy election to lie held
April 17, 10. vS, nsktiig your suffrage for
sclrclioti asoueof the republican nomi
nees tor until rcprcMMnsuxc in imiu ui
trict, to lie balloted for on June 1, l'H,
;.I17 11. 4. 1IRATT.SIN,
VOR JOINT RiU'KHSUNTVnVlt.
I hcrebv nnnonnce tuvselt a candidate
for joint rcprcscntatbc from Katatnalh,
Lake, Crook aud Grant counties, 011 the
republican ticket, subject to the decision
of the primary election.
I'. V. V.OK,
FOR JOINT 8KNAT0R.
I wish to state that I am a candidate
for the republican nomination for joint
senator to represent the district con
sisting of Crook, Klamath and take
counties. II. I.. Hoi.r.ATit,
FOR STATK SKNATOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for joint senator from Crook, Klamath
and I.akc counties oil thr republican
ticket, subject to tile ileclliou ol lite
I,. V. V H.I.TTS.
Klamath Palls, Or., l'cb. I J, I'ty
FOR COUNTY JUDOK.
To the Republican Voter of Crook
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county judge, subject to
the action of the republican voters at the
It. C. Ht.us, Ilcnd, Or.
COUNTY SCHOOL SUI'KUINTKNDKNT.
I hereby announce that I will 1 n can
didate for county school superintendent
of Crook county subject to the action of
the republican voter in the primary
M. A. I.KIIMAX, O'li'cil, Or.
FOR COUNTY JUDOK.
Madra, Or., January sti.
To the Voter of Crook County:
I hereby announce ni) self a candidate
for nomination, 011 the republican tick
et, lo the office of county judge. Vour
support at the primaries, April 17. will
be truly appreciated. Mnrcreiy yours,
J. I'. IlUKCIIAKI).
I'OR COUNTY TRKASURKR.
To thr Voters of Crook County.
I hcrebv announce uivsclf as a ciutll-
lute for re-election to the office of coun
ty treasurer, subject to your approval of
the administration ut tue nmce uuring
my present term. v. I'. KING,
COUNTY SCHOOL SUI'ltRINTKKDUNT
To the Republican Voters of Crook
T lirliv antiniinrn mvarlf a rflniliilntt
for the office of county school suerin
tcmlcut. Vour support at the primaries
in April will be appreciated.
' It, A. I'onn.
I'OR COUNTV SUVUYOR.
To the Voter of Crook County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
lor nomination, 011 111c rcpumicauucKci,
to llie office of county surveyor. I re
spectfully solicit your support at the
primaries on April 17.
To the voter ot Crook countv: I here
by announce myself as a candidate for
the office of county assessor, subject to
the approval of the republican voters at
the Primaries to be held April 17, looti.
II. I'. JONK.
I herein' announce myself a candidate
for the office of sheriff of Crook county
subject to tin: approval of the democratic
voters at me primaries to ic ncni April
17,150s. W, C, ComiurroN,
To the Voters of Crook County:
I hereby iiiiiiounce invhelf a candidate
for nomination to the office of county
assessor, subject to the approval of Jlio
republican voter at the primaries to be
held April 17. looX. Vour support i re
1, JV. 1IAYTON,
NHVinK KOlt PUIUjIOAT
U. It. land timce, Tin liU, Oltitvn"
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCHMNt
Nolle Is hereby glren that Ihe atai or mi;
gun haanicdiillhlaoincvatiliiicailun iwr ii.
tu the fotlowlng Hit of laiuli, lo-wlf
UHT NO. rOK I'ATIINT.
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an.t has atilie. for a patent t" M laihUnniter
IhtattsorAuiutl S, IV4. ( st.. JM-4II),
June 11, Syt, (nntat , 4J0, an.l Slareli 1. I'f'U
(ji Mat. nu'iisa). relatliic to tbe tiautlas !
not to eicenl a nuiion aerca 01 aiKi laixi o v"
of certain Ultra and that the kalil lltt. with lit
aceoinpanIUM frooft. Is oen fur imixtlun ol
Sit peraona intireiletl. ami Ilia riubtic xeiirrally
Within the tint alatyilays followli t the tlale
of till, notice. uruteaU or kuiIkK aliv.t Ihe
(Ulinofthcrttalcloaiiy tract itcKiiUtl In Ihe
lUt. on the (rouwt of laltuie In rmn4 nh Ihe
law, ou Ihe r.iouu.1 ol noulexrl chaiarler
of ihelatKl.on the iiouml of a prior ailrerae
rlshl.oroii Ihe ground that the aame l mure
valuable lor mm, rat man asrieunurai purr-nea,
will t rretived aiwl uulail fur rriott to tbe Ceo.
Clat Laoilomreat W'athlastou.ll C.
C W SfOOKK. Mrjl.ttr
LOUIB II. AUNIIAON, Mecelrcr
I. C Vf. Moore. XeUler of Ihe t'nllet ft(ate
La ml orftte at The liallea, Oreion. hrieby deals-
ivale The lleml liulktlii
itrtuneu at ikiki,
Ci'Kik County, Ott sou, aa the paoer puMUhril
neatest IhelaiMiu wliKhferrcoiuslietievshouM
be pui.llabeil for at leal nine cooKtullre weeks,
Ihe Brtt publleatlon Iu le made but later Ihau
siareb is. lyrt.
uirit-mt C. W. MOOHIt, Ur(latcr
The Oallrs, Oreion, Slaith J, f.
TlmtKr Land, Ad June J. Ill
NOTICE FOlt 1'UIMj-ICATION.
tlltrAKTMKNT 01' Till', INTIIMtOK
V H. Mint Office, The Dalles, Orrfon,
I'cbrusry r, 19".
Notice l hereby (Wen that
of lleml, County of CrooW Mate of Oreion, has
apiillot lopurtlisae. under the set of Congress
Of June j, ISJS, aa eatendrd by act nf Auguat 4,
lys, the W'HHI'.V aii'IHI(hW of IkC I ami
NHMNWU recil,TpoH, K lol!
And will offer proof lo ahote that thr tsnd
aouthl la inula Valuable fur Ita limber or aloae
nan lor amieiiiiurai purpoaee, auu 10 eaieunaii
his claim tu aald land txfuie II. C. I(ll4, V. h,
Coiuuilaaioner at lleud, Oitgou, ou the IJtd day
of April, IW4H.
He nature aa his wllneaara Chattea II, lltown,
I'rtil A. Ilunnell, J01111 rerguaon, wiuiani J.
Mcdlllvray, II I'rank W'eat, all of nend, Oregon,
Auyaudall tieraoua claiming adversely the
alrf,vr.Ucacrlljrtl lauita arc rriluealeil lo llle lliclr
ctalma In thle office on or Ufbrc said Jjrd day of
fil-si; C W. MOOKK, KcgUtcr,
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Deuartment of the Interior
Laud Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
I'cbrusry 7, 190.1.
Notice Is hereby given that
ol lleud, Oregon, has filed notice ofhls Intention
tu mive nusi coiumuiaiion nrooi in aupoii or
lila claim, via llomraiead lintry No, I44VI made
ly . IM forthc Nl'.)( Hec 14. Tp f, h, K 11
Aud that aald proof will he tnatlthefort It. C
llllla, U. H. CoiuiiilMloucr. at hia oDlce In lleud,
Otegou, on March , ocX
lie names the following wIIucsms to prova
,)! VllllllUUU ,S1.1CI.V II1IWI1. HI,,, tUIIMnilMI,
of, Ihe laud, via Krutat A. (IrifOti, Lothrou 11.
Slevauu, joint vry, ueorge Auue, William
Hates, all ol Ilcnd, Oregon,
fjl-nuo C. W MOOKH, KtgU'er
Application for Grazing Permits.
NOTICIt Is hereby given that all applications
for permit Iu grai cuttle, horaes aud sheep
within the CAKCADK (Wil.I.ASf ItTTIll NA.
TIONAL I'OttKHT durlnif the season of 10HI,
mutt be tiled Iu my office at Itugene, Ore , 011 or
b fore April IS, lima. Thla new dlvUlou includes
grailug itiitricts 1, 1, J. 4, J, t, 7, 9 ami in ol the
Caacadc(poutii) National j'orcal us established
lait vear. Pull information In revarrt lothe
graslng fees lo tie charged and blank forma to tie
used Iu HiaUtiL' sppllculluii wilt be fiirtilahed up'
on tetiucal, r Ct K, nT.IT, HUpttvlior.
C, 5. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ofl'ICK IN KHK IIUILDINO,
VV. I. A1YERS
ri and li;rlKaton
1.AIDI.AW, - PIUIOON
Practire in all Court ami Driktrtmeiit,
, of the Interior.
U. C. COE, M, D.
Physician and Surgeon
OI'I'ICK OVKK HANK
Hll IllolH Cctcpbonc Ccmicctloii
DAY THI.Itl'IIONR X- al
UH.Nl, ;. 0HIK10N
DR. I. L. SCQPIGLD
lltnc llouta, 4 a. m. p 4 , ni.
Office Iu old Pilot Untie Development,
Co. IIIiIk , tipixralte Hank.
M. V. TU1U.EY. M. D.
I'liyalclnn nud Surgeon
OI'I'ICK OVMII COUNLk llllUO aTORIt,
jas-aui - " vi -tz- -aaatimmm&t
FllANK H. GUENMAN'
Attorney nt Ijiw.
Will 1'rnctlco In All Court.
J. H. IIANHR,
ABSTRACTER of TITLES
Plre Insaranee, Lite liKurance. rtmsly poodi,
Kill liatale, Cunrejanelttg
miNMvn 1 k oaifruiN
IlllST WOKrC CUAKANTUHI).
Prices from jjc to fux.
I.caxt saw a at Pine Tree Htorc.
HU. IIAI.V0R80N, IIknd, OaiccnN
First National Bank
Capltnl, Surplus nnd Undivided
It V. Allen
W III Wurtwetlcr
T M. hatdwln
II. hatdwln .
Tlmlr Land, Act Jane j, Ufa.
NOTICE KOK 1'UniiIC.VriON.
I' H Land OfAce, Ijikeelcw, Oregon,
I January ju, V4.
Notice ia hereby given thai in ecmpllaure with
the pioettlons ut Ihe Act of Cuogirae of June J,
StC, cnlillnl, "An act for Ihe sale ol limber lanai
In theelatcenl California, Oregon, Nevada, at4
Warhlnglen Teirtliiry, ' as eilendnt lo alt Ihe
public lautl atalea by Art uf Augutl 4. IM,
John H. Parmlater
of bndiCoonty of Cruuk. Mate of Oteroo, h a
fllid luihKuface hlawuin aiatrmrnl No. ynt
furlhepurehaaeufthe NWl or (Vrtw.Tpllh,
K II It. W St
And wilt offrr proof to ahow that the land
sought Is imrtc valuable tor Ita limber or aluur
than fur agriculluial puriwaet. and to ealabllah
his claim IomhI tsnd lf.ire If C. Ill III, U.
CummlMloner, at his office at liertfl, Oregon, on
Halurday, Ihe Mh day of April. IV.
lie name aa wllueaaea Ittmer Nlawoueer.
Chsilca liruwn, I'ikI lluuarll, I'rank t. afar,
all ofliend, Oregon
Any and all tfraons claiming eilrrtMly the
atajreleacTlbeil lamia ale reuettel to ale thrli
claims In this office ou orUlote aald istb day of
"1 l J. H. YATIOt, Uellff,
NOTICE FOIl PUIIWCATION.
IWpaitmrutof Ihe lulcrlof,
avA Office al The Dailes, Oregon,
I'ebtuary 7, r.
Nutlca U hereby giren that
John A, lirrwcr
of llend, Crook County, Oregon, Ins (lied nolle
of hlsintenlloiitn make Anal Are-year proof In
euppuil of hli claim, tit Unmralcad lintry
No. 11 If) made March l, loot, for tbe I'.USW "J
and ItWnWU Mec t,Tp Sn7 11 1(. W A
And that aald proof will Iw made tiefora II. I
Kills, V It. ConimisaloMer, at his oface In lleud
Oregon, on Mareli yd. ions
He uaniea the following witnesses to prove his
minimum, residence upon, aud cultivation of,
Ihe land, vis.
John I.. Keer, Chailea 1 Cottor, tleorge
Hales, Kobetl CI. llowier.Wlllfaul Arnold, all ut
flljnrsa C. W. MOOR It, Keglster.
TlraUr Laud, Act June , 1I7I.
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
U. H. Laud Office, Lalcvlew, Oregon,
January jo, tool.
Notlca Is heretiy given that Iu compliance with
the provisions otitis act of Cougreaa of June 1.
ijs entitled "An art for the wle of HmlKrJaiiil
Iu the rllaleaofCallfurula, Oregon, Nevada, ami
W'aahliiglonTerriliiry," aa extended lo all the
Public Laud hlalca by act of August 4, IS)),
I'rank II. Hay
c.f llend, County o Crook. Klate of Oreeoti,
lias Aled 111 this office lila aworu al,lfiMtnl..,
iyi, fur Ihe purchate, pf the HHnWJf, WUHK'I
orHecjI.TpstH, UllN.WM ' ''
And will offer' proof lo show Ihst Ihe tsmt
sought Is more valuable fur Its IlinUr or atone
thsu for agriculluial purposes, and lo estsbllth
lila rlalii. In mI,I l.urf lr, I,. , MII. .. .
Connniaalniitr, at his ofAca st llend, Oregon.' mi
Halurday, the Jjtlidsy of Apill, loorf. '
llensmrs as wllnrssesi Winer Nllwonger,
Charles lliown.l'rc.l Ilunnell, John H. I'aruilu
sler, all of lleud, Orrgou.
Any aud all persona clslmlnr admeely Ihe
slre-ilcKritml lauds are requested lo Ale their
claims In this office oa or before said uth day of
April, lyo. , ,
- J. Hi WAT80H, MMu,