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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1912)
OF 63 MILES
,4 HIS QRIT
FnllliiK (o Hcciiio Itltlo III Aulo or
KiMi Forrest .Nrrlil Hols Out
foot to IIU (,1nlm In tlio
J Hampton Valley Country.
HonipufoftdlViK In a now couiitrj
. iasti Kill, pcrsevereiice', and nerve
to do unpleasant ttilnM. This wm
, found out by Forrest Neeld Utt
, I .week, when hi eUried out to hit
i claim In Hampton valley,, 03' tailes
from hero. Nceld lias heeh day
Jclerk at tho Hotel Head, but de-
elded to co out on bis homoitcad
and Kot roa'dy' to start last Wednes-
'p(Alnr. Ho expected to ride out n ah
1 iruto KolnB'to lurrts. hi (h lll
I moment a ;woutan psiicneor ihowed
' 'up and wanted tho teat, and lit lot
her hara It.
lie tun lliotiini rq wouia csicn
Ta ride with' a friend Who was, fcoln
out iijr wagon, but no aio tnuseq
Jtlils chance. Not' to bo outdone,
however, Necld eel out afoot. Tho
i ,nrt day h made It to Mllllcsn
'ranch, 21 miles, whore ho spent th
' nUht. Not belli Used lb such
strenuous exercise, ISeeJd found that
walking made blisters oK hit feet:
He had the atlcklo-lt spirit boW
'ever, and after jtctlltiK the blisters
doctorod continued on hla Journerl
fOiaklos the reel of the dlitanco on
, Tbursdsy. ' ,
Nteld hM a 320 acre claim. Hn
Vlredy !bas 20 ' acrtk 'cleared' and
will ret'to' seres mdre-'put In shspt)
for cultivation thli spring.
A few week's ako 'A. T. Frame, who
bss a claim "near NeId'a, walked
' jart of tho' Way In to lleud to tet hi
team, which fan had been wintering
In a pasture .npar town.
' GETS FULL PAYMENT
Tboaiss Tweet Coulplrt-: Ieal Hell
Iok.JJO Acres Xe.t l ljrtlc
I . Tbomaa Tweet received laat week
J the balance due him on tho land he
aold tiit Maimer, the entire amount
ym Tho property Involved li 30 acre
r . .. . li .......... .. M M
quarter of section 29, which Ilea
alone tho aat bank of .the river
adjoining Lytle. Tho purchaier U
W. C. Qarrctt of Oklahoma. Mr.
Tweet states ho baa othor deala pend
ing for the dlipoial of property on
the writ bank of tho river.
ApplkaiXa Mut Hru to County
Clerk Thla Year for IVmilt.
Anglers of llend who wish to hare
a fishing llconiu In their possession
nhifU the eaaon opens on April 1 will
have to get busy as a license cannot
bo nrocurcd here as was tho caao
laat year. Tbe atato oftlclnla havoj
Usued urdera that only tho county
Jolcrka may laauo thvau papers.
A supply of blanks has I toon sent
to II. J. Ovorturf nnd anyone doslr
ng a license may got ono of theie,
fill It In, have acknowledgement
.taken before a uotury public auu
send It, together with $1, to County
Clerk llrown at I'rluevlllu. who will
,4tiuo thu llcenio. The notntlal fee
will bo 26 cunta, making thu llconae
CROP OUTLOOK GOOD
r.Muny I'otntoos Will tm HnUrd
t'wntnil OrfKiui Tills War.
(liM)rKo nnd I.00 llobbs. I'owell
ilutto ruuehers, wuro In town Hatur
I day night and ropurt that tho out
jook for lino crops In that section Is
erxdlunt. Thu largo amount of
inolituro this winter, nearly all of
Vvhlch has gone Into thu ground, haa
put tho soil In aploudld condition.
Winter sown grains are looking good
Jf our i-anona can't
reach you irnd
iyout Wiih by expre.n.
pV PRICES, BBTTER SPRVICB
Bend Steam Laundry.
Modem 7-room bouse
and lot 4 blJc. 27, Also
best grade Kimball piano
with Angelns player and
One 40 H. P. 5 Pass,
touring car; numerous
articles household fur
niture. Will bo sold at
reasonable prices and
terms. Enquire of
and thli farmer are Jubfiah't.
Oeofko laid ho lnlendedv(o put In
a large crop of potatoes thli spring.
Heports Jtm ptherparU jgf the
countff are that (hero will 'Do a big
acroage pUnted In apiida. The
Central 'Oregon tuberif are 'the beat
produced lu tbo atato, commanding
a good price at all tlruci. Thoy are
ralaed both with and without Irri
gation, yielding, heavily.
Tfotlrtt to Water Vven.
The ' Control Oregun Irrigation
CoupanV Water Ifcera' Aaaoclatlon
will meet lu lleud .on HatUrday, April
0. 113, at lt30 p. ra. "All water
uaera requra(ii4 to.)e,.pr,tiHt.
3.4 B, II JfYl)fct,',Bftcreiary.
aimit ficftKU' kkoaW
Tbo following glrl have been
picked; to blay Incite buket ball
game at I'rlnevllle'Baturday night:
Center, Auno larkel and. Corne.)la
Wlffton; forward, A'bgl Young tfnd
Arrie HUclf! guarda,'Kthe Holmea
and Oertrude Market; aubtUtutea,
Nell Market Wnd Ira Wei: Jeaae
Hunter will go oyer aa referee.
Be Sure You Get,
What You PiyFo'r
Get a man who haa made) a bualnesa of ono thing. 1 have devoted
Mvcral ypart to BoVernmcnl lands and anpralaemonU. Tbcro Ja
till plenty of choice land In Orcfcon, otUier'lCQ or 320-acrq claims.
I ahow you overzOO miles of country. Lottlon; foe rconjtbIe,
'er200 miles of couhtrjr. toeUorr fee jwonab!e,
E,Jti tost. Una; ofaoii
UHTTGR QUALITY at LOWER PRICES Makes This the Ucat Store
at Which to Uuy Your Shoes.
Ladies' Shoes $2.75 to $5.00
Men's Work Shoes, ex. good quality. . $2.75 to $5
Children's Shoes 65c to $2.25
Men's lU.uieh HigliTop Shoes, nt $4.00 to $7.00
Men's Dress Trousers $2.50 to $5.00
R. AL SMITH
In tho Most Beautiful Part of Town
Lots in this nddition nvc close to the
business center, and we are selling at
prices far below what is being asked
for property much farther out.
Also some of the best business corners
in the city. .
Some of the best buys ii.,fltrmingkprop- j
erties are listed with us. . 1
Timber land bought and sold,
Ofllco Corner Wall and
TOO Mt'CII TAIJC
Western CoiiKressi'ioii talked too
much taut Wednesday In tho nntlonal
Houiio of Itoprnsontntlvi's mid ns n
result tlio tlireo-yonr liomostwiil law
fnlliul to rotich n void. Todny wus
not by tho Hoiibo oh trio ditto for
votliiK on tlio mousurit. Tho Hullo
tin hua written ConKrcssman I.nff
orty for n copy of tlio bill oh finally
panned nnd ns soon an received It
will bo printed.
Hl'MMONB 11V I'L'IIMCATIO.V.
In the Circuit Court for tho County
of Crook and Htnto of Orogon.
Mnry J. Conwny, plalntirf, va
Chnrlea W, Conway, dofondaut, turn-
To Chnrloa W. Conway, tho above
named defendant, In tho nnmo of tho
Htato of Oregon: You nro horoby
roulred to appear and anawtr the
complaint fllvd' agalnat you In tbo
above entitled suit on or before the
34th day or April, 1013, and If you
ao fall to knawer, for want thereof,
plaintiff will apply to thla court for
tho lellcf demanded therein.
Tbli umniem,laenred' apon you
by the publication thereof in The
Uond Hulletln, a newapapar of gen
era! circulation -Within Crook county
Oregon, published' weekly at llend,
In aold county 4nd atato, for tho per
lod of alx conaecutlve wcekataevon
laiufe), commencing with the laaue
of March 13th, 1912, and ending
with the laaue of April 24tb, 1912,
In pursuant) of an order of II. C.
Kills. Judge of the County Court of
aald county and atate, which order
waa made and entered March lltb,
Date lif flrat publication March
Date of laat publication April
JKSHB L. 8UMUA1X,
16 Attorney for plaintiff.
NOT1CK OK OOKTKHT.
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office, the Dalles, Oregon,
To'Jb'ieph Jon'ea( of Dend, Oregon,
Conlcatee: Ton a're hereby notified
that Tear 1 Pulkeraoo, who glvee Pow
!,)'( A,.iiin.w ii . tm ii li I i I ill , i i J J
oil Dutto, Oregon, aa hla poatonlco
addrcaa, did on March 4, 1912, file
In thin oftlce hla duly corroborated
application to contnat and nociiro the
cnnrollntlon of your hoincttcnd entry
No Horlnl No. 0C289, niada
Hupt. 10, 1909, for HMHKVt, Bcc. 7,
NK'A, Ht4NV, aoctlon 18, towi
ahlp 1H aouth, rariKO 10 cait, Wil
liimotto Meridian, and as grounda
for hla content ho allogca that aald
Joaeph Jonca hua wholly abandoned
tho above tract of land for over alx
months noxt preceding Atiguat 19th,
1911; that ho haa wholly failed to ro
ildo upon, Improve or cultivate said
land as by law required nnd haa
wholly made default required of him
by the homeatead laws.
You are, tborofore, further noti
fied that the said allegations will bo
taken by this offico aa having been
confeased by you, and your aald entry
will be canceled thereunder1 without
your further right to be beard, eith
er before thla ofllce or on appeal, If
you rail to file In thla office within
twenty days after the FOURTH pub
lication of this notice, as shown be
low your answer, under oath
epeclflcally meeting and, -responding
to these allefcntlona
of contest or If you fall
within' that time' to file in thie office
due proof that you have served a
copy or your answer on aald contes
tant either in person or by reglatered
mall. K thla service Is made by tho
delivery of a copy of your answer to
the contestant In person, proof of
such service must be either tho said
contestent'a written acknowledge
ment of hla receipt of the copy, show
ing tbo date of Its receipt, or the af
fidavit or the person by whom tbe de
livery wss made stating when and
where the copy was dollvered; U
made by registered mall, proof of
such service must consist of the af
fidavit of the person by whom the
copy waa mailed stating when and
the postoOce to which it was mailed
and this affidavit must be accompan
ied by tbe postmaster's receipt for
You should state In Jour answer
the name of tbe postofflce to which
you desire future notices tfl MD
u. w, muuiic, iiegisier.
Date of first publlcstlon March 13,
Date of second publication March 20,
Date of third publication March 27,
Date of fourth publication April 3,
1 1U1 ''J 1 J L -.1.1 .'I.JLJI l.M.
Af -. ' W! 'X W 7 "UjUm.
I Low Ratps Wes
SPRING COLONIST: PERIOD
Daily, March lat to" ApririStho
ALL CENTRAL OREGON POINTS, on
St. Louis 32.00
New York 50.00
FROM OTHER EASTERN POINTS IN PROPORTION.
Tell your friends in the East of this opportunity of moving
West at low rates. Direct train service via Burlington Route,
Northern Pacific, Great Northern, "North Bank" and Oregon
Trunk Railways. You can deposit funds with mc and west-bound
tickets will be furnished people in tho East. Details on request.
V. B. COMAN, Qcn'l. Freight
J. II. CORBETT,
Tlia I Jn if ol WirArtnfCA Cnmnnnv
lSmZZ tf W . w itLitM.il
HAS secured the contraft to
handle all the freightf the
Oregon Trunk and Deschutes
Railroads at Bend. The Moody
system at Shaniko willj.be em
'ployed, and merchantsjof Bend
and interior towns willjget their
shipments without inconven
ience. Have your freight con
signed in care of
The United Warehouse
W. H. BENTLEY, Manager.
FIRST CLASS ROOMS nnd
TO AND FROM DEPOT.
WHITS li $$&
The lWkTRll-round Family
Sewing Machine that can be
TAJtY 4c VB&ATO styles.
-Tbe -rotary, makes botH
Lock and CM stitch. The
latest up to. .the minute, steel
attachments with each ma
chine. Sold on easy payments.
Send name .and address for
our beautiful H. T. catalogue
Wkke Scwfag MacUM Co.
14C0 Market Street.
San Francisco, California.
1 xs ' Tt,.rfltiiV fl, fir.
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
St. Paul $25.00
Kansas City 25.00
& Pass. Act , Portland, Ore.
Agt., Bcud, Ore.
frls .-.tr sVk aV rZZZZZZZZZSr
Boated bids will bo received at tint
Klrst National Hank of llend, Ore
gon, or by tho undornlgnod nt Bclo,
Oregon, until tho 1st day of April,
1912, at th6 hour of Ono o'clock p.
m. of said day, on tho following do
scribed property to wit:
Tho NW4 of Bcc. 30, Twp. 20 8.,
It. 18, Host of tho V. M iltuato in
Crook county, Oregon. Also tho
BV of Boa 30, Twp. 20, B. It. 18,
East of the W. M., sltualo In' Crook
Separalo bids aro required for
each tract, and the right Is reservod
to roject any or all bids.
Purchaser can pay one-half cash
and equal payments for C years on
balanco at 0 per cent Interest, so
cured by mortgage.
W. A. EWlNd,
. r 5, . ia
No troullc W jd?eo4
estimatefl 011 BKCK,"
plain and ornamental
plastering w 0 x.k
K, pvie, tl
work, pipe lines, fire
Plans and speeificaUdns fur
L General (ntracters
Hox '1, Bend, Oregon.
presents a met appropriate' '
time for """
fjjThe delightful effects
we secure in-Uje light
ing and handling of dain
ty draperies are appreci
ated by discriminating
Make the Appointment
First Class Work
of all kinds
done promptly. t
Q. R HURT
Wall street, Bend, Ore.
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
Cornices and Skylights.
t mile mark. uiJ -o7flbU oliUiwd or ih
fr.. 8-n4 modrl, kr(Hi or tfioto. -A.I tf.
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od fiaiiuuir iteuK rMurt
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