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GETS OREGpN DATA
' 0. D. Wheeler ot N. P. Railway Mere
Central Orcpron's resources nnd
tourist nttrncUons will be the sub
ject matter of n booklet which the
Hill railwny interests will issue in n
short time. 0. D. Wheeler, who
devotes his entire time to literary
publicity work for the Northern
Pacific, was here Friday on n quest
of data for this publication and was
furnished a large amount of valu
able information by Manager Saw
hill of the Commercial Club. Mr.
Wheeler is the author of the
Wonderland books of the Northern
Pacific which have attracted much
attention and of "On the Trail of
Lewis and Clark." His works arc
educative and so well written as to
moke a Btronp; appeal to the homo
Beekeror tourist, and his Central
Oreffon booklet will no doubt be of
much benefit to this undeveloped
It is expected that Nov, S. A.
Douglas of Albany, Ore., will bo in
Bend to begin a eories of evange
listic meetings tomorrow evening.
If for any reason Nov. Mr. Douglas
should fall to get here, thero will bo
preaching services on that evening
anyway. Next Sunday at the regu
lar services Miss Edith Eastetf will
Did you know that the Bulletin
job shop can print your visiting
cards or tho best stock with hand
some script typo?
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
tit Ihr liMtlct'i Courl nf thp Mtat.nf ii,.h
Cmiiity of Crook, lml, I'levlucl Number J.
LWiii. Ailafr. rialntlir, )
. . . " . . t SUMMONS.
J. II, Montague, Defendant, )
To J II, Mimtaitiir.tliealiorrtiameililerriiiUiil,
111 the N.mr uftlic Stair of (lrriiu win arc
hereby trqulrnl In amwar aiulaiuwer tfienmi.
plaint flUit yll ou In the ttlnivr entitled
SHE LOVED SNUFF.
BaptUts "Pound" Their Parson In Old
An old-fashioned surprise party
was given C. M. Ciine, the Baptist
parson, and family last night by the
Baptist ladies. At the home of Mr.
and Mr. J. M. Lawrence friends
gathered and a jolly good time was
spent. Miss Edith Eastes sang
Bsvcral solos, accompanied by Miss
Eva Graves on the piano, and Miss
Iva West played a number of violin
solos. Delicious refreshments were
ssrved, and at a seasonable hour
the minister and family wended
their way home.
. On arrival there they found that
the house had been invaded during
their absence and a big supply of
good things left, ranging all the'
way from flour and coffee to checks
and pocket money. Mr. and Mrs.
Cline were completely taken by sur
prise and their hearts made glad
Rimarkabta Will and Funtral
Tho will of Mm, Margaret Thomp
son, which Is preserved na n curloalty
at Somerset House. Knglnnd, 1st n trib
ute to tho delights nnd consolation of
enuff. The tcitntrlx dlrxcted that In
her co din should bo burled with her nil
her handkerchief and autllclent of the
best Scotch snuff to cover her body.
This the preferred to flowers, as "noth-
lnij couhfbe niore frngnint and' so re-
frce-hlng to me as that precious pow
der." Further, the six crctttrtit anuff
taken In the parish of St. Jntues,
Westminster, were to bo her bearers.
Six old mnlds, each bearing In her
baud a box ailed with the best Scotch
snuff to take for their refreshment at
they walked, were lo bear the pall.
Uefore tho corpse tho mlulstcr was to
walk, carrying nnd pnrtakln;; of n
pound of auuff. At every twenty yard
a uandrul or snuff was to bo delivered
to tho bystnuders. nnd nt the door of
the testatrix's house wiro to Ih placed
two bushels of tho sumo quality of
snuff for gratuitous distribution. In
order to Insure the carrying out of her
wishes the testatrix made tho legucles
given by tho will dependent upon an
exact and literal fulfillment ot tho
conditions aboro nnmed. In closing
she bade nil concerned to regard snuff
as tho croud cordial of nature
action on ot farm Id iitttaynf July, lull. ml
If von ao fall to aii.wtr. fur want ihrtror uLin.
Iltl will iii;ily In llila cum I for Ihc relief therein
JinUincnt fr Ihr nw of rutty. thrrr IXillara
audHeventylUe Crnta, t4l ;s ) toether wllh
th illibumtntt uf ihle action,
Tlill ilhllnonl it aeitml upun yon tiy Hit
publication thievf III Th inl ruilMln, a
newtpaper of general cltrulatioii within Crwa.
County, Oregon, itulillihril weekly al Html
Orrjon, In Ihr County ul Crook, for the perlifcl
of6c4jnawu.net "tiki, ItlHun,) commenclna
wllh Ihr L.ueuf lunr the-T. A. IV. iuii. ihJ
rmllnir wllh IhrUaur of July Ihr is. A 1) , loll,
In tiurauaacroran order of J M Lawrence, the
Juallrr uf tht abotr entitled Coutt, which aedet
waa maur aim cnicrru juur inr a. 1911,
lalr ol R11I publication, June the, 1(11.
lvalt of la H publication, July Ihr 10, Ivll,
Attorney! for I'lal.tlrT.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
In Ihr Juatlrr'a Coutt of Ihr Stair of Oregon,
loumy 01 vrooa. ikbu rrrci.n ilQ, J.
8. C, CaMwr It, rialntlo",
J l. Montague. Dcfrn
llnjtlneer' Supplies. '
Tho Bulletin has received n supply
of tho best K. & E. blueprint paper,
duplex paKir, tracing cloth, prolllu
papor, cross-section paier, thawing
pencils, point and Inks, iMimom,
cruisers' comtMsscs, ateel tnivoa, elc.
NOTICE FOR IHUIIjICATION.
lwtlmml of Hit Inlrilur,
11. H l.aud Ofllcr at Tht llallra, Otrgon,
May i), 191 1
Nolle l lirithy gWen that l.enan prlartkr, of
Itcml, Otrgon, wha, on lunr ylh, iyiv mail
huineitcailrittiy No lM. artlal Nci.ouM, fr
Utl I, ami aH urU arcllnn I, luwlnlilli l
a,nilh. f anir to rait, Wlllamrllr MriMlan, liat
ftlnl nollit of Inlrnllou to liiaVr Anal ft yiar
pnif, luriUhllih claim lo Ihtlaml ahotr ilr
actlhnl, hrlutr II C Kllli, U S, Cumiitlulunrr
alhliotllrrat Html, Oiru, oil Ihr lltlnliy of
Claimant namta a wlnwi Chatlri Itojil,
of BnJ, Dirjun Unman Htlcrr, of Hrilmoml,
Otrtnn, Auiuil lltryt r. of INiwcll Bultr, Otigoll,
tanlcl ltcliTn,uf Miltra, Dirioii,
11 IJ C. W. MlKIKIt, Kttliltr.
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
Phone ns. We will call for your bundle.
To I n, .Moulaiur.lhralMtirrnamrtlilcfrmtant
Ihr Naiur 01
plalul Alnl afalnil )ou In Ihr abort rnllllnl
Ihr suit ororrioai you ait
In thr Namr
hrrtby rraulinl 10 appear ami atow
If you io fall to aniwir. foi nam ihtirui
HIT wlit amilr lo this rout! for Ihc rtllcf therein
A Goal Ht Had Navtr Rtaehtd.
"You aro tho greatest Inventor In the.
world," exclaimed a newspaper man
to Alexander Cirnhntn Hell.
"Oh. no. my friend, I'm not," said
rroftitsor Hell. "I've never lcen a
reporter." Ladles' Home Journal.
action on or hrforr Ihr ih day of July, 1911. ami
Judcmcnt lor Ihr turn of Sily-rtn tMlara
ami Twrtity-hrt rrnti, torlhcr with thr ilia
taurMincnlaof Ihli actio 11.
Thl auiiiinoua li acrrt uimn you by thr
publication Ihcrrof In Thr llrml llulln.n,
nwaprr of general circulation within Crook
County, Drrfoii, publlthetl weekly al llenil,
Drriun, In tht County of Crook, 'or Ihr prnoil
of 6 comrcutlr arlt.t? luura.) coiumrncliif
with thr Ixuroflutir Ihr ?, A. II , 1911, ami cmf
lot with tnr Uiur or July Ihr 19, A. II . 1911, lit
yurauanr of an oriler ol I, M, Lawrence, Ihr
utile of Ihr abovr rntltlnl Court, which order
waa mail ami rnlcretl lunr thr A, ,911
Date of 6tt publication, fuur Ihr , 1911.
Date of lait publlcalloil. July thr lu, 1911.
Alturtirya far llalnllrT.
SUMMONS BV PUBLICATION.
Inth Juillcv'a Court of Ihr Mate of llrrron,
County of Crook. Demi rrcdnct No, ,
A. C Lucai, Italullff, )
J n Montatur, Defendant, 1
ToJ II Montatur, thrahortnamcddclcmlant
In Ihr Namr o( Ihrntatr orureion
hereby rtquirru 10 aptrarana atuwrr Ihr com
Ihr Mate orureion ruuarr
oulrnllo aptraraml atuwrr Ihr com
plaint Alrd aialnil you In thr aborr tnlltlnl
said tho crusty person
"CloscT" Inquired the barber.
"So. I'm not clo but I'm not In
the habit of giving tips If that'a what
you'ru driving at."
He who reigns within himself and
rules prejudices, desires and fears Is
mora than n Ulng. Milton.
action on or Iwfaer Ihr l(h day of July, A. II..
1911, ami iryeu M latl 10 aniwrr, rr want thrrr
, ol, plaintiff will apply to Ihlt court lor Ihc relief
therein ilrraandcd, to wit
I Judantrnt for Ihr auir ol Ont Hundred Klahly
' rljhl IMlati. (I1M00) logrlhrr with Ihr coata
and ilUburarmrnta of thta action
Thla lutumoiu la arrrrd upon yon by Ihr
publication InThrltrnd llultelln.a newtpaprrof
I urnrrat circulation in Crook County. Orrgou,
1 publlthed weekly al tleml, (llreon. In Ihr
County of Crook, for Ihr prrlolol alarouircutlrr
weeka, t7 Muri,) cvminrodng wllh Ibr laiu of
June Ihr 7. AD I9ti,and ending with Ihr laiurol
julrthrl9 A 1) toll. In tniriuancrof an orderof
J. M. Lawrrncr.lhr Juitk of thr abn entitled
Caurl, which order wa made and coined June
theft, A ! ,1911
iMtcornrM puMicanon, lunrtnr 7 1911 ,
a, juiy inr 10, 1911.
j a. wjiwir.
Dalr of Utt publication,
Attorney for thr llalntla
Supplies of All Kinds.
Cull and see our
Our Prices aro Right.
Bend Milling (3b
C. I. Bozell, Mgr.
Tho Dallas, Oregon
Von arc cordially Invited lo inaVeTHH IIOTiU IMM.UH your
irslliig plsce while valtlnu, vrr ltwrf n trnlm on your way to ami
from Portland. New, thiiroii(lily equipped, iikhIhii holeli laiit
heat, elevator: suites sud loouu with baths. I'liM clan cafe, Kates
ft and upward.
, doal 8qpr)lrig Placo Golnic to and from Oontral Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager.
TSJ- . CO.
Corntr Oontl and OrtRon Sit.
Rates $2 nnd $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
' " .TCI; 'TUfK! u ,
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table atwaya supplied with Ilia bait that the (own afford.
Neat and Comfortable Roonu. llitNt), Okimiom
IS TUB ONI.V I'UC
IN IIKNI) THAT IH
"Open All Night
SHORT (WHIRSQUICK SRRVICH
Sandwlche and Lunelle a Specialty
BILLY'S I'l-ACU W. H. ADAIR UILLVS PLACE
One Hundred Lots
We are offering one hundred lots at a reduction of
25 per cent from list prices. Make your selection
early. List prices range from $100 up. Size of lots
50x140 feet. The biggest bargains to be had in Bend
20 Per Cent Cash and $10 Per Month
An adequate water system will be installed and in operation in these Additions within 30 days.froiri the time the railroad is completed
to this place. A large water wheel and piping is ordered anU one and one-half miles of ditches for water mains are already dug. A
20,000-gallon water tank is under construction. Along the railroad, which passes through this property, are natural locations for
manufacturing plants. Let me take you over this property and quote' you prices. You will find Just what you are looking for.
J. A. EA.STES, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
FARM LANDS. BUSINESS PROPERTY. 320-ACRE HOMESTEADS.
WE HAVE TWO AUTOS IN OUR SERVICE AND A CIVIL ENGINEER IN THE FIELD TO LOCATE YOU ON THE CHOICEST PUBLIC
LANDS. OUR FEES ARE AS REASONABLE AS ANY RELIABLE LOCATOR'S.
CD1?afI A I 160 Acres One and One-Half Miles from town
w m WjHafTLl ai
in 5 and 10 Acre Tracts. We give 1000 chickens CnrriAI
' O JEa j aTTa W
with each 10 Acre purchase and 500 with each 5 Acre purchase. Write for further particulars"