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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1910)
The Home Land Company
W. W. OR.CUTT, Manager.
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Call on or telephone us for the Best Seasoned Wood.
Custom Wood Sawing Solicited.
All wood i cut Rrcen, therefore assuring pood live wood
V. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
I have buyers for large or small
tracts at right prices.
C. W. Melville
i THE JUNCTION CITY.
Situated 50 miles south of Bend, on the Oregon
Trunk Railroad and on the Natron Cut-oft of the
Southern Pacific, Cresent offers Great Investment
Bargains. Special Inducements for Business Men
and Home Makers. Automobile Service from Bend
LOTS ON EASY TERMS
See L. L. FOX, Bend Agent
Central Oregon Investment Co.
L. F. WAKEFIELD, Manager, Crescent, Oregon.
PoweM Utrtte News Letter.
rowstt Btrmu, Mey 31. J. I. Jones
returned few day ago from business
trip to Tbe Dalle.
Mr. and Mr. Harvey Whitman bare
come In to prove up on their ditch land
in tbe old river bed. Mr. Whitman i a
brother of Mm. Geo. Reynold.
Decoration Da services were held at
Shepherd school house May 39.
Mr. Ceo. Reynold entertained a
number 'of children on ber little ou
Hsrvey's fourth birthday, I'riday latt.
Tbe children romped and played games
until 5 o'clock, when a noil delightful
lunch wa served. Tbe children present
were: Sallle Frost, 7.!zile Frost, Joy
Morrill, I'ay Buuett, Ruth Foster, Wll
liaa Frost, Howard Frost, Marlon Mor
rill, George Morrill and John Forrest.
Small grain l looking tine here, otne
a heoded out. while tome rancher arc
jmt sowing. Grain towed in Juue
make Iwy that "can't be beat." When
you rome out here and ee a man bar
veetwg a crop ana on tne urtn adjoin
ing was towing, don't get excited.
Powell Butte farmer know just what
tbey are doing.
Mr, Foster' family ha had a severe
siege of tic measles. Also one or two
weiabef of Mr. usett' family.
WeJsesr that Ja. Turner and wife are
preparing to wove to l)rititi Columbia.
Mr, Turner recently told bl homestead
to J. 8. PamesHerof Bend.
I5st your ..Timber Lands
with lis quick. We have cus
Wc can locate you on the
Choicest Homestead Lands in
Central Orcjpm. Satisfaction
List your Farm Lands with
us. Our list is good now hut
wedesire'to increase it. We
have plenty of buyers coming.
Wc have call for all kinds
of City Property and Acre
age. Let us know what you
have in this line.
473 Colroan EuildloK,
NEW AUTO LINE SOUTH.
L. P. Wakefield Will Install Service to
L. P. Wakefield and a Mr. Allen of
ri f 1 . . . . .
uriiunii contemplate csiaMlsliIng a
regular automobile service'between Ilend
and Klamath Halls, servlnij all inter
mediate point aud with headquarters at
Mr. Wakefield expect a Thomas
Hlyer Oil week, and two Maxwells by
June 10th. It i understood that this
auto service will operate exclusively
from Bend southward.
Pilot But to Inn Is Leased.
F. C. Fish, formerlv in charge
of the Willamette Hotel at Salem,'
A O Hunter for a period of three
years, Mr. Fish, who takes the
reins today, says that hundreds in
the Valley are planning to loirai-
grate to Central Oregon ond that
Wend u by far tbe best known of
all the interior towns. This week
A. O. Hunter leaves for a mouth's
trip to the Kast, after which he
will return to Uend and have his
office headquarters in the First Na
tional Bauk building, '
Uont,.J n.i.i. j .i.
Aiasiiecl potatoes are made whiter
and lighter by adding Cleveland's
Iiatlnir Pn,.r,i i.r.. 1 .r
Iloking Powder before beating.
MUCH IS WRITTEN
BRIEF EXTRACTS OP ARTICLES
Interesting Notes Concerning l)e
chutes Valley Clipped Prom Out
sldo Sources Sliuw Ourselves
as Others See Us,
"I inn here in the Pacific North
thit time to .see what wc have unit
wlittl urn's to be done. We Intend
to do nit thiit n great rnilruuil ays.
tern can toward developing tut'
vast Central Oregon Umpire re
K-mlles ot cot. We art preparing
to bundle n great deal of trallic unu
will 10011 be in position to do ho.
"My bclicr in the future of Cen
tral Oregon is best Illustrated b)
the invc.Mmenti I am making
through the medium of the Oregon
JAMKS J. UlUU
" Edward A. Reals, district fore
caster of the U. S. Wcutner Hit
reau, in discussing Deschutes Val
ley climnticnl conditions, tins this
to say in the Portland Chamber ol
The mean temperature for the entire
valley as obtained from all available rec
ords is 48 degrees; the warmest mouth
is July, with d mean of 67 degrees, and
the coldest la January with a mean of ji
degree. The January mean, It will be
observed, Is only one degree below f reel
ing point. The range between the
mean temperature of the wannest
and coldest months Is only j6 degrees,
which is less than that in tbe northern
statea cast of tbe Rocky Mountain!
The warmest part of the valley Is near
the moulh of the river, where the mean
temperature i 51 degrees, and from thl
point it decrease In going up ttrram to
about 44 degree near the mouth of the
West i'ork, and to 4a degree at tbe
summit of the main range of tbe Cat
cade Mountains. In tbe Crooked river
valley at I'rineville tbe mean tempera
ture is 48 degree and at W'armspring It
it Is 51 degree.
Tbe highest temperature ever recorded
in the valley is m degrees at Wamic
anil the lowest I 1 degree below xero
at Wanutpring. In tbe summer months
temperature of 90 degree arc not un
common in all parts of tbe valley, ex
cept high up on the slope of the moun
tains, where tbe thermometer seldom
reaches 80 degree. Sometimes the
the tenitwrature rise above 100 degrees,
but such great heat is rare and does not
last long. There are usually short spell
every winter with icro temperatures,
and weather of this character may occur
in December, January or February, but
it i seldom so low a mark is ever
reached in November or March, al
though in these months it ha been that
cold on a few occasion.
Tbe precipitation at the bottom of the
valley averages about 11 incite, and it
increases rapidly with elevation, being
86 Inches at the summit of the Cascade
Mountains In the north and about so
inches near the summit of tbe mountain
on the east side of the river. The rain
fall also increase slightly near the bot
tom id the valley in going up stream,
being about ten Inches near tbe mouth
of the river, nearly 13 inches at Warm
spring, 16 Inches at Bend, and 19 Inches
at Crescent. The precipitation Is heav
iest in the three winter months and
lightest in July and August. There is a
secondary maximum in May and June,
wblc is welcomed, a it come at tbe
season of the year when tbe crop need
the most moisture.
Speaking of the Deschutes River,
Don Pierce Rue writes:
This lack of fluctuation and the fact
that a constant supply of water can be
depended upon at alt timet; the close
succession of rapids and falls, to say
nothing of the wonderfully rich and re
sourceful country on both tides of tbe
Deschutes, make It tbe greatest, most
reliable and mott wonderful source of
power lu tbe entire West, aud it is
doubtless without a peer in the whole
With the countless nutntier of hot and
mineral spring jf all descriptions; with
tbe wealth and and profusion of ber
mineral resources; the vastnes and ex
cellent quality of ber forests; the fertil
ity aud scope of her millions of virgin
acres; the wonderful possibilities for
manufacturing contained In her unde
vrloped water power; and her wealth of
everything that goes toward the foun
dstlonsof alsnd of health, wealth and
plenty, Oregon, and particular Kastern
Oregon, will oon be considered at the
chosen place of the West.
Says Lucia Ii. Harriman, special
writer for the Portland Telegram,
in that paper:
The town 1 set like a little jewel In
among the foothill, &entliieled on the
east by Pilot Dutle snd outlined by
the swift-flowing Deschutes 011 the wesr,
with the tall Three Sisters In their glist
ening mantle of (now, standing like
guardian angel behind tbe black belt of
imiico wi imrnucn inc eastern siopc 01
it... r....iJ. tw iu..lv .t ...!i-.
'" ,cene'y "c need never go farther,
while from a health ctotidpolut nothing
could be finer. Tbe clear bracing air (i
like a tonic, mid Indeed hit restored to
health more than one victim ol the
White Plague, The ky I the eternal
blue of Colorado' boast, and the air
blown off the snow-clad mountain peaks,
Is a puic aud invigorating a Colorado'
A Curleut Painting.
In Jnpna thero I a very famous
painting which no amount of money
could buy und which l the riiaater
plrco of n famous artlat who lived sev
eral centuries ago. Viewing the paint
ing In the daytime, 0110 la disappoint
ed. It ahowa nothing tuoro than a very
commonplace Inndwcnpo unrollovcd by
mountains or hill. A aoou, turnover.
ai night fall nno begin to renlUo the
peculiar merit of the picture, for upon
the cauvas there appears a lumlnnoua
water buffalo (caribou) browning upon
the grass at Its feet. Tho arttat who
painted thla picture discovered a cer
tain phosphorescent paint, which he
obtained from the bodies of certain
molluik or fish, and with which he
painted tbe butTalo that. Invisible lu
daylight. Is luminously brilliant In the
dark. The secret of making this palm
died with the nrtUt. Tho picture,
which hang In a HuddhUt temple, hat
proved a fertile source of suiertltlon,
the priests claiming that the buffalo
hide away In the abode behind some
trees In the picture during tbe heat of
tbe day, coming out at night to grate.
atartltd Thslr Host.
A New Yorker decided to give a din
ner In recognition of hospitality show
ered upon blm by his friends recent
ly, lie asked two women he knew to
go to a Jeweler' aud pick out some
llttlo souvenirs for the women guests,
aya the New York Hun. The boat did
not know It, but a detective accompa
nied tbe gifts to the bouse. lUch wo
man found at ber place at the table
a handsome box When these wcr
opened tlicro were cries of admiration.
One woman drew out a diamond ring,
another an emerald brooch, another a
diamond crescent, a fourth a necklace
of pearls, another a diamond tiara,
and so on. until the output of the
boxes represented about $.'0,000. Tbe
host had forced a stnlte when tbe first
box was opened. As each trinket re
pealed seemed more costly than the
latt hi Jaw fell. Perspiration began
to trickle down Us face, which got so
red that tbe women became alaraed.
Then they explained that tho Jewtl
were a Joke and were borrowed for
The Picture In th Watch.
Tbe following snecdoto Is related of
Jerome llonaparte: Mo had been play
ing cards until he lort all bis ready
money, then pledge his rings and
finally laid his watch on tbe table. It
was a small gold one. the back of
which oncd with a spring. A lady
overlooking tho gamo admired tho
watch and took It up to examloo IL
On her attempting to open tbe back
Jeroino Immediately clasped It and
said that must not be done. Ills wife,
who stood by, tnaieted upon fcrwwtag
what wss In It. grew entry, reproach
ed him with having some keepsake of
a favorite there and finally, hurtling
Into tears, quit the room. Jerome then
opened the watch and showed to all
present that It contained a beautiful
miniature of his nrtt wife. IleUy Pat
terson, with the remark. "You see, 1
hope, that I c6uld not with propriety
let her ce It" It was notorious that
be remained deeply attached to hi
Orst wlfo long after their separation,
Th MuU's Ears.
Evolutionists ei plain satisfactorily
that the reason that the dog's ears lop
Is because for centuries the animal
has been domesticated by man and
has lain wltblu tbe protecting Influence
of his hut and Are, Tbe dog's ears sro
laid to have originally stood upright.
as do the wolf today, but gradually
as tbe necessity for keen hearing be
came less Imperative tbe dog's ears
began to lop. Out bow about the
mule) It Is tbe duty of somebody To
explain why tbe mule's ears bvo not
lopped down. There Is no need for
blra to bare stiff ears. The donkey,
the horse anJ tbelr progeny, tits mule.
have been under man protecting In
fluence for centuries snd sges. Tbe
sis Is tbe beast of burden of tbe Bible,
Ills ears were stiff then, snd they sre
stiff now. It would seem It wss about
time for them to begin to lop a little.
A Very Outer Custom.
A curious custom takes place In Til
lages of the Luxembourg district, Dol
glum, In May, After iiunday service
numbers of Isds cluster round tho
church ontranco and a the girls come
out selxe them one by one. ono lad
grasping a girl by tbo shoulders and
tbe other by the heels, tbe two lifting
ber well up, while a third bumpkin
passes under tbe human bridge thus
formed. This l done la tbe preseaco
of tbo parents, who themselves bar
passed through tbo same ordeal.
HI Sol Rsttlns Pae.
A precise Ilostou teacher speat a
Quarter of an hour In Impressing upon
ber class tbe right pronunciation of
tbe word vase.
Next day, hoping to reap tbe fruits
of ber labor, sbo asked, "Now, Johnnie,
tell me what do you see on the man
telpiece at homer"
And Johnnlo piped forth, "Father's
feet, ma'am." Harper's Ilsxsr,
Olbbs-Wbst makes you think tbey
had theaters in Pharaoh's time? Dlbbs
Didn't Joseph's brethren remove blm
from tho family circle and put blm Jn
Tup (who has dined off bathed mat-
tonr-Ulll. waiter. WalterWhat did
you bare, sir? Top (sarcastically) I
haven't (bo faintest J4es. London Tit
A Qrtat Att In Builntt as Wsll as
There hnvt been great ndrocalcs at
the bar whose charming manner, like
the nrvseura lu court of some of the
world's famous beauties, would o
sway the Jury and the Judge as to en
danger and Minietlrnes actually divert
Juatlre, My Orison Mwett Marden lu
Hun-ess Magnslne, A gracious, genial
prm'tu-e, a chnrmlng personality, a
relliinl. fasrlnntlng manner, are wel
come where men beauty la denied and
where mere wealth J turned nwsy.
They will make a belter Impression
than the bvl education or the rilghrtt
Attainments. An attractive personali
ty, uveti without great ablllly, often
advance one when great talent aud
spet'lal training will not.
There Is alwaya a premium upon a
charming presence. Kvery bulne
man likes to be surrounded by jteople
of pleasing iwranuallty aud winning
mannrrn. They am regarded as spieu
What I It that often enables one
lron m walk right Into a position
and srhlere without dlltlrulty that
which another, with perhaps grester
ability, struggles In vain to accom
pllsh? Kwywbere a magnetic per
sonality wins ia way.
inuns men aud young women are
constantly pelng surprised by offer
of icellrtit (Mwltlous which come to
them because of qualities and ctisrsr
lerlsitca which perba they have nev
er thought much sImiui-s rtne man
ner, courtesy, rheerfulnes and alujiy,
obliging, helpful dltpuslllona.
Just List Iron.
"Re herrV said the Irate customer
aa he entered the clothing store, "you
said thl pair of trousers would wesr
like Iron. I've worn them Ices than
six weeks, and now look at them. Do
you call that wearing like Imiir"
"Well, why norf re-Joim-d the pro
prietor "Areu't Ihey rusty enough to
suit yonf-Cbb-ago .Sews,
8undsJ Ltfct s (Jams,
"We had an African explorer at the
club lst evening lie talked of pro
"Hound Interesting. How da yoa
play Itr-Louisvlll Courier-Journal.
New Year's Oregonlsns to Distribute,
Copies of the January 1st edition tf
the Portland Orrgoultn, containing ex
tensive "write-ups" on Central Oregon
and Ilend, with maps, Illustration and
statistics, may be had free by applying
at the bank, tbe hotrts or the Ilullelln
office. The issue is boih Interesting in
Itself and extremely valuable as adver
tising matter to mall out.
Advertise it pays.
COPIP.S NOW ON SAI.U
at DUI.LBTIN OPP1CB of
for January, containing Ions
illustrated article on the
rrrtW.ot .... .. . . . WltlUm H. Tft
Vk.rrnUnl James Stwraua
CTftsrrorTajirr .. .. Kraaklla MacVraik
Smttarr "( Itiurlor. . .Kkh.nl A. Salllaur
HtttaryoWtr ........ .J. M.Dkhlaao
Secretary or Navj , . .acs von L. Mr
SttMlarir of Com urn t tad LakurXksrlcs Ntjitl
1-oatmaaUr CntH ..frank H. Hltchtuck
Alloratr IJ.ncral. Hi w. Wkkti.ht
SRTtltrr of Afrkvllart Jit WiUoa
-V. W. Ikasaa
r, W, IStaaua
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Hiipl. rublle lBrurtlo..,. II. Acktrmas
niai nniir -.. ... ..,,. w, a. uvsnloajr
txlry and Food CommlMlonr...I, w nll
CommUonrrof LaUw UIU(l .n. I- Hon
.. .- (Tko.ICCmpUU
Gam and Pomtrr WardcB.S. O. Stnaoa
- IIMNIM WTU
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V. S, Snlor..
inso iwuinr, ir.
I W. C. It.wlt,
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T. A, Mcllrid
V A. Moor
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SHVItNTII jnDICtAL UISTRICT
)id.............. W. L. Mrsdihsw
Altorny........,....yrtii W, Wlltsa
Stats JMn or Coktsol (WTBB.)
loha II. Lwlt, rMll(nglntr.... ...Sattoi, Or.
II. T. Mol(l(, Supl, tXv. No. l.....BoaaiiM, Or,
T. M. Bastes, Supl, Mr. No. t.Baktr Cl.r.Or.
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Ctacpir Cobst first Mo4y la Msyt Iklrd
Monday In Octorwr.
I'aosAT CwT-f Irtt Monday la each month.
In January, Martb, May, July, tkptrmUr
Bbmo ftCMoor, Bistbict No. It.
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DlrtrtoM.......... .., c. W, Merrill
( M. Trlpldl
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MlM Ruth I.. Htld
Mlt Maud Vandecert
Mlaa Marlon Wlttt
kilt Nona Rlcbardaou
MIm V lorenc C. Vounc
CITY Of BKNO
" J Us m iMmm
.C. W, Merrill
II. C. Kills
H, J. Spencer
T. W. Tt I Die It
J. II. K.lley
I W, B. Seller
SIX CAMPS AHH INSTALL.!!),
(Continued Iron) page t )
that for till period lu the neigh,
borliood of 1000 workers will lie It
the vicinity of Jlcnil.
The iircpnrnlloii of I.nrn'g I Inl
for licnilinntrtctii for Division lfo.
gluccr Cryilertnnn nnil the Henry
contractors In all hut completed,
In addition to having the olllces u
these men, who coininnntl the wotU'
from Madras to Klamath Agency,'
situated here it is announced tint
the headquarter pay station, titnlti
Paymaster Dewey, will he tit llcnj,
wlilt substation for the vnrlom
camps at points to the north and
south. Lois have been rented for
n period of iH months to be occu
pied by contractors quarters for
bookkectwrs, bunk houses, etc, and
tnaiiv supplies purchased,
"If wc didn't expect to have
work in Central Oregon for torst
yearn to come," said one of the
"sub", "you may be sure we'J
not be going to all thin cxcim
just for our stretches of the north-.iml-saulti
line. It costs a lot 0
freight rdeam shovels too nillei,
not to mention trauHpottlug labor
ami feeding it."
When the speaker was aikrj
"what next?" he laughed aud Hid,
"There's quite a chunk of road ()
be built lioul here lo Ontario, ou
know, not to mention further cist,
or even across the Cascades, Hut
you're just as good at guessing
N0T10K FOR 1'UUI.IOATION.
V . U4 (), Ult.U. or,
Mty M, it 1.
Hol'xi Is nmbv ! Ihs
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lluxilfta snplmik No l (imiuI s,
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WttH.au, rutl. II .). KuitUa.
til MelWlWB, hss tint msk tit UUsImmi
ntsst Plasl CumnuUltoa rrwfV la nitwits
cUlM la lb Ul kl-ne ilnriltx.1, Uhrtt 11 C
Hill., U s, CamMlHlunrr, st txoj, Uiv,
Ik MS dsjr ef Jaf, Ilia.
CUIwsdI Hsn wit
Htllk nlmllt. Mr. K C HlrhU W t Vts.
dtll, W II, fMilhsn.sU of HiMUk4 Otm,
ICI) AHTIIUR W uaTON StjUi.r
wruaMiii ii 1 1 i ruiL. !' gr
Notice of f'hsl Settlement.
Nolle U artr t.n b Ik ei4rtl(i4
that k has nl te4 SteJ ith Ik Utik Jlkt
County CiMII Crwik llHialr. Ottgmi, kU rtsAl
AnuHl tdatlnUtraU ( Ik ll.ult U wl
II. MlUrMi, 4 Ib.l Mkll.wlCMit
ks Ml Ta.tr. Ik ilk Uar T lair, iiia.,1 it
u'duck , m. si Ik Cwialy Cuuil iw it
rlllll. tllf f on, Ik Urn sad Vim hi IS
iilKilMHIlHUfllHMM riaal AiniaaL t
hkkllaaad tlt itrwiow InltittudU
Ml4 IIMalma)rairat ultl lulktt.Uk.
atial 4 aaM final Arcnaal
tMIrd Iklt llth itf at Mar , HI.
C. . MIINMiN, JAMgJtN XKATT.
Allotarflof Ik AdmlalMraluf olk
AdtslaUlralo. Italt oT Walltr II
fis Mttlut, ilxttM-1
iaMvasar"rs sr j
NOTICK KOIl PUIILICATION.
lkpattmtat el Ik late ttor,
V. S.Ls4 0ak,Tk IMI..Or.,
Mr )!. 1st.
MU It hvMbr lima lkl -Ldlktr
of Sat, Orrsoa. krt. aa IKIoWr jM, IHT.
mad lloat,.i.a.l Iktilat No, 4111) No il-Si, fc
KHHWW.WMNWI(,.)sml SIIUkV. s.
, fawatklu Mvik, Maai II IUH WtlUmttl
Mtrldlaa, kattlrd wAKiil laltalloa la Mike
tt stvyvar tHDoT, la mtUlth claim la tk
UsilaUntrtontljrd.Wfciall C Kill. Vallrd
Malt CommltttoMtr, lkloSVsl Iwad, orv
Son, o tk Ms Oar ol J, Isio,
Ctlmtal aa ltatuti Krt A ko
aM. wtlium r Viaknil, loha Vtkr att t
iWod, Ottf mi) Millard '. llawllHHa.W SotUoJ,
l-l( C W. MOO Kit. Rrfttlrr.
Notice to Creditors,
In tb Cotistf Cuvrt of Ikt SUKorOrttosM
Is Ik MalUr of Ik l!lal of ISUts Orroll,
Tk uadrrtlard hsi Uta supalsitd tr
Ittrstor oflk ItMatt ot lUl.a Orrall dtcttMd,
ir umiii vu.11 n in. nun h uf f ... jiaaiia
in.iiMi.iiHiiw.il . fuivn umil irt.oi
oik It rnt.br iltm la Ik Urdu.. aud
(Mate sad all prtm( hating clalmt aftlsM
skl dtdssnl lu tXfMBl lkm MllSrd at rr
qalrvit by taw aillkln til moolkt aftff Ik
lt( buklksltoa or Iklt Notlr la tktnt-in
l(tntd at lh Otfk vT C H, Iwatua. I Ik
fiial Ntlkxtal nkk Mulldl, rxad.Ortioa.
IMItd May 141k, iti..
.. , , . WII.UAM W. OSCUTT,
AdalalMtatorofth Ktlalcof Ktlta Otrutt. Dv
ctawd 11 14
Netke ef ITsal Settlement.
IslkeCmatyCouit f Ik Stat 0 th r f t ff
Ik County of Crook,
fain MalUr or Ik Ktlsl of J ICIIi-ottk
kMalaor I igtttrerlh CoUmaa. IkKtawd.
Not 1c la ktrtly il.tn by Ik MBdtrtttsrd, ate
Utlll Ulh t.lal. ol I. KILnuithrJl.B.n.d.
tMd,talkcrtdltar or, snd sll ixrwat kat
la(UlmtatlK Ik said Urctaani In lUfttnl
intss tnnd rtulrrt by Uw ukln au
months nr Ik Aral ptiUkalloit ettkUnotW
la Hi said tirrullli at h, uOln ofVtrnvaA.
futoct In Ik flrti National nak tilde rwod,
Oi,ion,lhMm rwlns Ik idat for Ik lrn'
action uflkt butlnra oflk said ttlaKlalh
Mid city, county snd slat
IMItd Iklt joth day of May, Igi.
u .. ,.t .. MARVIfcCOUtMAN, ,
Ksrcntrli of th ltilal o( J, Kltt-wth Cot-
man, Drcvasrd. im
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land OITW at Ukulrw. Or
Hottc. U bcrtby tlTta tklt-" ,''
William (), fordhsm,
of RotUad, Ortn, who. on July it, to, ias'1
llotnMad entry, No. y4, (or ft U kWc M.
fyAL ' '? K' w M hss nlrt? nolle 0
BttnWoM to mak final Coutmutallon Irioot.
loetuUlth claim lo Ik land boot dctcrlbrd,
UrursH.C Kills, IJ H, CoionilMlonr. si Send,
Oreiou, 011 lb tjth day ol July, 191.
CUImanl namea at wlinetaet.
JantsT Carter. troy M. liutt, William Kf
rluliam, Oroya CtlUw.il. all of Rutland Otc-
SY" . ARTHUR W. UKTON,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
"h .TH. 3 .
U. 8. Land Ofllce.
The Dalle, Oregon, April JJ, I9'
Notice I hereby given that the North-
lmt . ",,wy Couipsny,
postofflce kddres It fit. Paul, Minnesota, tt' ,
has thl Mud dy of April, 1910, filed lu i J
thl oHlce it application to aclect under
the provisions ol the Act of Congress, ,
approved July 1, 1898 (,,0 Stat. 597. 6). ,
a cxtentled by the Act of Congress, ap-
Qf"v ,My 7. l?o6. tbe NvV NVi I
AtlV ailll ill iwrtrtita 1-1. ..!.. ..lustraUs 1
y the land described, or desiring to ob
ject Ucause of mineral character of tbo
land, or for any other reason, to the dis
posal 10 annl cant, aliniil.l nt. lliKlraffl.
dvlls of protest In this office, ou or be
.v. .un oiu nay oj juiie, 1010,
- C. W. MOORlt.