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Now open for business next door
to the Pilot Butte Inn, Bend, Or.'
H. M. COOK
la and look over our list of irrigated land.
We have the largest list in Crook county
nnd ate satisfying inveMors every day. If
you have anything to s.cll, let us sell it for
you. We have more buyers than land.
Come in and list your city property with us.
Our list is almost exhausted and we have
buyers wailing Why ruy rent when we
can loan you money to build a house of your
own. The interest is less than rent nnd,
when you pay, ou are paying for some
thing of your own. Come in and let us ex
plain the proposition to you. You will be
glad you did it. We are agents for the liar
ey Valley Oil & Gas Company, the best
stock proposition in Hasten) Oregon. You
had better investigate this.
Insurance Strongest Companies.
Notary PublicNeat and accurate.
Homestead location Satisfaction guaranteed.,
"Loan Agency Best and cheapest.
'Timber lands bought and sold Best vicinities.
Stenographic work, all kinds Reasonable rate.
Call on or write
The Cent. Ore. Realty Co.
AS I WAS 29 YEARS AGO IN CHI
CAGO -AND STILL AT IT YET.
VSm yHKfjv'l iH HB h Tri JaEEf
NOTICE FOR 1'UBLICATION.
Department of Ihe Interior,
"United 6t.tr Land Office at Lakerlew, Oregon,
heptcnibcr 17th, lyxj.
Notice I hereby f len that
William R Taylor,
of Rotland, Oregon, who. on ov. 3rd. 1904,
made llometead lintry Ho. jjoj. Serial No
01216, for NW U HU U.aX HK U. NW HH, U.
tcc. 9. towuhii Jiaoulh. raugc y cat, w. M..
hat Bird notice ollntenliou to make Final I'ire
Year Proof to eatablUh ctalru to the land above
described, before W. IJ Wet. U H Coiuniluloti
cr.albtlvcTl.ake,' Oregon, on the 14th day of
Claimant rtame an wllnewr William Ikir
rtll, J, A. Trobee, William 0. Vorilbaui aud
fJeorge W, Ilogue, all ofRoaland. Oregon.
(oij:gi7 . -nalKW.ottTpN,Tujtur,
NOTJCB FOR -PUBLICATION.
DeHrtmeut of the tntciior,
' V- B. Mud Office at Lakerew, Oregon, .
beirtcruber 7lb, 1919.
Notice la hereby given that
ofKotland, Oregon, who, on Oct. 7th, 114,
made lloineatead I'ntry No. 130J, Serial No.
omj. for NW i( bee. M. town.hip aouth,
raugeoratt, W ' ha filed notice of Intention
to make final flee Ve.r I'ruof, to eelablltli
claim to thelaud above deacribrd. before W. 1),
Wert, V h Commltaioner, at hilver '.eke, Ore
gon, on the J4U1 day of November, i;.
Claimant name at wllneaaea; W. K. Taylor,
j A. Tiobec, W. 1;. 1'ordtMiu and C. I!. Wle, all
or iiouaua, uregou
ARTHUR W OKTOW, KegUlcr.
QUNURAL NEWS NOTES.
Sl'KVHYOKS IN WAKNKR Vaiauv.
Surveyors nrc at work in Wnr
tier Vnlley, near i.nkevtcvv, in
southern Lake county, and the
Lakcvicvv Hxnmincr believes they
arc in the employ of the Hill mil
road aud that a branch from the
Oregon Trunk, now building up
the Deschutes, will be, extended
through Lake county.
Chntkai. Orkoon Swim Aoain.
A farmer at Summer Lake, in
Lake county, found a potato in his
Kardcu which was 13 inches Iour
and weighed six pounds. He was
so elated that he took it to show
one of his neighbors who, after eye
log the huge tuber contemptuously,
went down into his garden and
dug a few hills, returning in n few
minutes with two potatoes, one of
which weighs! six and the other
six and a half pounds.
Shooting at Sauk Swings.
A few nights ago a shooting af
fray took place at Sagebrush Spring
between two men, Mathcncy and
Akeyson, aud the lattcr'it wife,
who are said to be running a "blind
pig joint" a that point. The trou
ble arose over money matters. Ma
tnency left the joint but returned
later in the night aud fired several
shots into the house, one of them
coming very close to a man said to
he boarding there. Mrs. Akeyson
fired a couple of shots in return
and the excitement was over no
Tint Rkason. ,
Why do people pay $1,000 and
$1,500 an acre for fruit land?
W. II. Brown, who lives on
Roosevelt avenue, just outside the
city limits of Mcdford, recently
harvested his crop of Newtown
Pippin apples from his three acres
of 32-year old trees, and the follow
itig figures graphically tell the
story and answer the above ques
Mr. Brown has gathered 3650
boxes of choice Ncwtowns off three
acres of trees and will realize at
least $ 7 35 per box, and more than
likely fa 50, making the three-acre
orchard net him an income for the
stogie year of about $6,000.
Uio Pkick For Land.
The top price to date, ever paid
for farm or orchard land in this
hectlon was when J. D. Heryford,
last Friday bought the II. C. Flem
ing ranch at New Pine Creek for
20,000 spot cash. The tract con
tains 160 acres, and was sold at
$125 an acre. Lake County Ex
The Examiner says that people'
are just awakening to the agricul
tural and horticultural resources ol
Eastern Oregon land.
Aptkr Artksian Watkr.
Powers Bros, passed through the
latter part of last week with 18,000
pounds of well drilling outfit for
the Christmas Lake country. There
is still at . Sbaniko, some 28,000
pounds, consisting of engine, care
ing, etc., which they will return
for immediately. It is confident
ly expected everything will bt
gotten in and start drilling for ar
tesian water by the middle of De
ceinber or. .the first of January at
the latest. Silver Lake Leader.
Tiik Dog Cavik Back.
The Review office has a spaniel
collie that it cannot shake. The
dog has been given away time and
again, but like the cat he always
comes back. Two weeks ago we
presented hira to Mrs. A. M. Jolly,
who took him to Fort Rock, where
her homestead is. The dog stayed
there about a week when, becoming
tired of ranch life and needing ex
ercise, Sunday noon be strtick out
lor his city residence. He arrived
ut tub) office the same night at 10 1
o'clock, having made the trip of 86
tulles in ten hours and without a
drop of water until he reached
Powell lluttcs Prlncvlllo Review.
Sl'CCKSSI'Ul. 8. S. CONVHNTION.
After three days ncnilou the
Crook County Sunday School Con.
ventiou adjourncdils fourth nttuuul
session here Sunday night. At the
last session Sunday evening n
crowded house listened to nu excel
lent address by Rev. Chas. A.
Pliipps of Portland. The session
jutt adjourned Is looked upon by
the Sunday School workers of this
county as one of the most success
ful ever held In this part of the
state. Redmond Hub.
About Oct. 20 a registered letter
containing ft, 000 and other regis
lerel nutter disappeared from the
mail sack enrnute from Madras to
Shaniko. and U, S. Pntofficc In
spector Duraud has just succeeded
in unraveling the case. 1 he Crook
County Journal says that Inspector
Duraud refused to give out any
definite statement when Interviewed
but it was ascertained that the
records of the offices through which
the letter passed showed that it
went to the Madras office and was
dispatched from thete in usual form
to Shaniko in a through pouch that
is not opened enroute to Shaniko,
and when the sacK arrived at the
railroad town it was without lock,
which was a brass one of the usual
type, and also minus a part of the
Willie Craig, the young man
who was carrying the mail from
Madras to Heislcr, .he transfer
point to the main line for Sbaniko,
came to the Grizzly station and
asked a young lady there to help
him count a sum of money, the
total of which was suspiciously near
the amount missing from the mails.
This thread of evidence was fol
lowed for a few hours by the oHl-
ccrs witu tne result mat young
Craig was arrested, charged with
rifling the malls.
Craig's father is mail contractor
from Grizzly to Lamonta and his
uncle has the contract from Madras
ta Heislcr, and had his nephew cm
ployed when the theft occurred.
Dksciiutks Vam-kv at Omaha.
The Deschutes Valley will be
represented at the National Corn
show at Omaha by the best ex
hibit ever gathered from the large
dry farming section. G. Springer
ol Culver has been appointed to go
to Omaha and arrange for the hi
itallatlon of the display. The de
termination to make a display at
the corn show followed the unex
pected success of the exhibit at the
Iry farming congress lit Hillings,
where the Deschutes Valley cap
tured a beautiful silver loving cup
offered by James J. Hill, the rail
road magnate, aud five premiums,
two second prizes, and one third.
All the Deschutes exhibits have
been sent to St. Paul, where a per
manent exhibit will be made by
the Great Northern railroad com
pany. The Deschutes Valley dis
play will be removed from St. Paul
to Omaha for the National Corn
show December 6 to 18. The Mad
ras Pioneer says:
"G. Springer was in town today
from Culver. Mr, .Springer is very
euthusiustic over the showing made
by the Deschutes country at the
dry farming cangrcss, and is very
anxious that this section s-nd a
creditable exhibit to the Corn Show
at Omaha next month. Ho says
there is a very creditable class of
people in the Middle West, and a
i;ood agricultural and educational
display from this section will place
the Deschutes Valley before their
eyes in a favorable light, with the
result that n thrifty and industrious
people will be attracted to Central
Oregon. Mr. Springer thinks that
he will not be uble to attend ue
Corn Show, hut hopes to be able to
secure a delegate to attend from
Hlds will Iks received by the
school board for the liulshlng of a
room In the school building. Work
to begin Dec. aotli and to be finish
ed Jan. 3, 1910.
Dated tills 3th day of Nov. 1909.
K. A. Smith. U. C. Cok,
The Cornell StK A StaWo Co.
It's the mnll line, the only direct
stage Hue from Shonlko to Silver
Lake, by the way of Prlnevillc and
lknd. Stopover privileges and
tickets good until used.
Irrigated Land Pur tit.
Forty acres fine Irrigated alfalfa
laud for sale, and relinquishment
on i6o-aere homestead adjoining
For particulars address W, care
The lliiilclin. ,V-"'
WW For Sal.
The Lewis & VanMatre Wood
Co. is cutting 500 ixmU tif choice
limb wood, which they are deliver
lug at t J" !r cord, We arc able
to supply the entire demand in
Lkwis& VanMatrk Wood Co.
If you wish to have your ex
press uud light freight come in
along with your letters and dally
paper, have it come In on the mall
line TltK Cornktt Staob &
Staiiu: Co. ajt'
Timber Land Wanted.
If you have pine timber lands
and want to sell at a reasonable
price it will be to our interest to
write the undemigued at once.
Give description, estimated
amount of timber and lowest price
in first letter.
C G. llURKMAKT,
103 H First Street,
36.39 Albany, Oregon.
CtoarrAg; anil I'towfrij- Dam.
Itv resDonilhlc narlv. For fur
thcr information call at Tbe Bulk
tin office. 33 36 a
G. W. RICHARDSON
Two doors rwh of P.O. Htm4
U. C. CO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPPICK OVKH BANK
nil "Wlflbt Cclcpfeone Connection
DAY TMUtrilONIt NO. 31
IlKNIi, ; ORKOON
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OmCU IK MANX DUILIIIKO,
DR. I. L. SCOFIULD,
Ol'I'ICK IN JOHNSON 1IUI 1.1)1 KO
Dr. A. A. BURRIS, ?ftu
Healer. IXweaea SurreMAitly Treatnt
Without I he tlae of Draga or Surgery, if
the Natural Method or llratlaf . CtirM.
Ic Maraae a HlMielty, CoaaulUlioa Krt
MrraWrurih Malt and N.tlon.t Niluiolh
omc) la Johnaon UtJf ., Bend, Oreion
BUND LODOU No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursdav nu
before the full moon of each
month. Vinltlno Kmti,...
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F. 0. MINOR
LIFK FIRK ACCIDENT
Notary public and CoiivryaiichiB-
HAKKV HILL, I'ronrl tnr
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Beef, Pork, Yeal anil
All my mraU are atom, In t,
large Ice Uiajuat imtnllnU n,
ai ala.ya rt 1ta lft olromlitlun,
1 aollclt your ptiniKc.
We have In Mock rllilioni lor ilir
following iturlilnr ami would t
pltatrd to ttcelvr jrtnir onltn
(One color iIMxmi)
Smith lrm.r Visible
(Two rotor rltlti)
(Two color Million)
Rtmlagton ON Style
(Onr color rltituu)
V aim liavt In atofk
Mall on! era will I Riven prompt
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Nutlet I htfil.y gl.ta hl
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NOTICE FOR FUIILICATION.
leMiarul of Ihe talced
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alorjr, hnowH a Ihe TlniW and Moat U".
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. p..,aim mc limner inerfuo, n.i r '
meni.aiHi thai, puiwitnl to auen appimvi
lha lanjt mtttt IImiIm. llta.MM lt Met IF
Cled at lllio, the timber ellmlrd SM
Hird feel at jo reult r M, and Ihe UaOJ
value) that Mid atiiilkanl will offer Ou.l preM
In Miptmrt of hi appllcalloii and i i",4"!
went oh the islh day u( Keeeiulper. it'h "
II. C KM.. Ilnlltd nlalea Commlloner at M
onVoal BeudtOieMou, . , .
Any peiwn I af UUrly lo rolet IhH tf"
(hatelKrortenlrjr, or Initiate a eoiile.t l J
Unit Ufure ivaient Iwue, by filing a rorrubori
andavll In Ihla uRIcf, allegluf tiU akl
wouM defeat Ihtentrv
o-ljU fc W, MOOHIt. ttetliUt.
NOTICE FOU PUIJLICATION.
U H, Land OOct al Uk view, Orrion,
Nolltt la hereby given lhal the Noilbno fl
cine Hallway Cumiiauy, trh'iM o(-oUt "j
dr I HI. I'aul, Mlnurtula, haa IhU Ml,'
of Hri.tnnUr lv filed In IhU oBlct lla ap),
lion lo aelecl under Iht urovt.lou of ihe "
attleuileIIy the Act of tjoii.n" afVf'.S
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