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S. F. EXHIBIT
I'liono. I.ndy Assistant
a 1'. NIBWONOBIl, llonil, Oro.
y, II. TIIOMIWIN, .M, I),
liiyslclan nml Hurgron
OIllcu on second Hour of Hntlior
IIiiIIiIIiik. Wnll Htreet.
S. 0. JOHNSON WRITES
HOHH I' A It Ml AM
Attorney at Law
Onicu In old l'lmt National Hank
MAHION M. I.BHH
Lot 11, Mock lb, Center Addition
Till! J. II. IIANBH AHHTltACT CO.,
Complete trnct Indoxos nnd photo
graphic copies or all Crook Count)
Naturo Methods Chronic Disorders
and Dietary Advlco A Specialty
llll. It. H. KKTCIIUM
Hour 0 to &. 1 W Blocks Knit
of Ilvnd Hotel.
W. W, KAUI.KNBH. 1). M. I).
Hand, O r v t o n
Tlinlirriiimi Ciilli Allriillon lo Himic
IIIn Cent nil Oiegon May (lulu I'niin
I'lUro I'nlr, Hxpicliill)' If Hi
nd Hull Access l'roliirS.
Ttio flu Hot In linn received tlio fol.
lowing letter from H. O. Johnson of
Hnn Kniuolsco. Mr. Johnson Is
heavily (uteri-mud In Centrul Oregon
tliitlivr IrtniU nenr llonil, Iiuh tlmliur
holdings elsewhere In thu state nnd
In closely Idontllted with realty hold
ing In Klniiinth Palls;
U. O. OOII, M. H.
V h r s I c I n n nml HurKoon
Oinco over First National Hank
Uincu Hours: 10 to 12 n. in.; 1
to 3 and 7 to 8 p. in.
1IHS1). :: OHBHON
C. H. HBNHON
Attorney At Law
Office In old Blrst National Hank
VHHNON A. I'OIUIBH
Blrst National Hank HulldlnK.
i i: it a i:
H. Y Oil Nil
Office with J. A. Bastes.
r. o. m i N i it
BIBB HUB ACOIDBNT
I N 8 U II A N C B
Notary Public and Coii"o anoints All
Legal Papers Correctly Drawn
M. J. M A I N
All Kind of HlnrUmiih Work
Minnesota Ht.. Hot. Imnd and Wall.
U. N. IIOFT.MAN
NOTAHV ! Till. 10
Hunter's nml Angler's License Papers
Hullelln omce, Uend, Oregon.
MI88 BVA I 0UAVB8
Itesldcuce Htudlo at .Mrs. A. l. Lara's
at OREGON STREET
0. F. HURT
Host nntl lowest Priced
Acreage on tho Market.
Handled by nil reliable
real estate (Ionium.
J. H. Bean
;! R. H. DEYARMOND i
Machine Shop and
Wo know how to do nil
klndH of Machine Work.
THY VS AND SEE.
I vtniild llko to present for the
coiulderiitlou of your readen cortiitu
phniea of tho propoavd OreKon ex-
hllilt at the I'anuinu I'aclllc Bxpoil-
Hon In 1 116, o that tho whole mat-
tor muy ho net mjuarely heforo tho
people who will he henelltted nnd
who havu to hear the uxpeme of thli
oxhlhlt, and thu eiialilo them to de
cide which coume will bent kerve
A tho coiniionlo In which I nm
fltianclnlly Interemed pay to the date
of Oregon an nnnunl net tux of be
tween $ U,, 000 nnd 120,000 It U hut
natural that 1 thotild imo comldcr-
able thought lo any tueature tend
inis to Increnre Hit tax and carefully
weigh the advanlaKca to he gained
from inch expenditure. If the In
create Klve the atato n whole,
valuo received and a little bettor, ll
benefit my Intereit nnd If It fall
lo do o, It doe not we are nil
pretty much In the inmo lot what
help one, help all of u. Buch be-
ItiK the cae, in.v. opinion I thnt we
hould hnve n flrit-cla exhibit nt
Han IVanclico In 1915.
The lucreanu In taxation would Imi
trininK, for tho benefit conferred.
If half a million dollar I not euouich
to do It, innko It a million or even
two million, but end potnethlng
down to Han Krancliro that will make
the Baitern vUltor reallte that Ore
Kon and Crook County nre Komethlng
beilde remote nuburb of Lo
AtiRle, which I the prevalllnR liu
preitlon In the Bait.
There will t hundred of thou
and of people at the fair In 191fj
who are tremendously Interested In
tho Went. If they were not, they
would not spend the four or Ave hun
dred dollar which the trip will
necellnte. Hundred of thousand
of Interfiled procpectlto settlers
not for California atone, but for the
whole I'aclflc Coast. Many of them
will want tho hlRher-prlccd land
clokO to tho hlK cltle. but a many
more will want laruer aereaiu and
cheaper land where they can raise
25 ur 30 buahels of vhent pr aero
Instead of 16 or 20 bushels which
they hnve ieii tirowlnn buck home.
Cjotrnl Orern has (deuty of this
kind of l 'id and need the people
on It, but If we don't advertUo It.
the settltrs are iC"tK to the other
etloNK that d' advxrtHe and Cen
tral Oregon will l.. iiiuc "
than the eost of a Rood exM1:..
AlHive all thliiKs, w nted a innlii
.In railroad. ItlKht now, we tire on
the end of a branch, and hatd to
reach. Ilomrseekeis from the South
must make a 1000-mile trip rom
Ban Francisco. passliiK throuKh tho
Haoraniento, Horuo ltlver and Wil
lamette Valleys ln-fore renchliiK Cen
trul OreKon, and If this la not
chuiiRed by 191f,, a lot of them will
never Ret hero An extension o'f tho
railroad to Ktamsth Fall and from
there to Han Francisco would cut
that 1000-lnlle trip down to .COO
rnlte. open up n lot of fertile, unde
veloped country, tributary to Uend,
tap tho limber belt to the South and
help tho present settlers In market-
InK their crops.
Qo after the Southern Puclflc and
after the Oregon Trunk nnd keop
after them until they do build It. It
will mean money In the railroad's
packet nnd money In the pocket of
overyouo In Central Oregon you can
prove this do It mid do It lief oro
191b. U you do, It will i-lvo us 10
years normnl growth In one year,
and It you do not. wo will practically
lose 10 years growth.
Wo need more, and hotter wagon
road as well thoy cost money but
lire worth It, mid ouro wo Imvo thorn,
thoy ii ro with us to stay at llttlo ox.
pernio for mnlntetinnco. (lood rouda
are one of the few things worth go
ing In debt for thoy nro nn Import
ant part of your IiuhIucbh equipment,
hut good rouds without llrst-cliiss
railroad fiicllltlc-H to bring your set
tlors In ii i id haul your crops nwuy
uro simply one link of Iron hotweon
two links of wood nnd your chain uf
commerce Is only as strong ns Its
weakest link. Thoro Is bo much to
do lu Central Oregon right now, that
our greatest dniiRer lies lu sliuotlng
with a scatter Kim Instead of eolug
after ouo thing nt a tlmo nnd getting
It, Tho llrsl thing needful Is to got
inoro people on tho job, nnd wo must
llrst toll thorn what wo have and thon
mako It easy for thorn to get thoro.
Get your main lino railroad, got
your pooplo, and It will ho JuBt that
much oaster to got your good roads
and your experiment farm, high-
grado stock, and a lot of other things J
we need. First, get your railroad,
mid ro rlRht after It, for thoro In not
iiny llnio to spare.
JitHt one word more before I clone:
You Imvo altogether tho wrong Iden
about this I'aunmn fair, and In your
editorial of l)-o. 11th whero you ad.
vlso tho people to work nRnlnst Ore
gon's $600,000 contribution I think
you nro dead wrong. You hnVo no
Idea how much good this Is going to
do nil of Oregon, mid Oregon must
bo fittingly represented. Han Fran-
risen Is going to bring peoplo from
ull over tho world, people from tho
ICnst who linvo never been to tho
West, mid we must not let the light
of Oregon become dim in tho blazing
light of Han Francisco and California.
Once wo got the peoplo out hero wo
must mako n big bid to keep thorn,
nml Oregon stand a much better
rhauce to keep them than California.
.Most of tho people of tho United
Htate are not used to the tropical
climate of California and as it rule
the people coming from the Bsst to
California do not llko tho dried up
hills and the climate, but they do
like Oregon. Why? Hecause tho
climate Is tho same ns at their home.
It would bo a big mistake for Oregon
not to mako a play and bid for a
tnnny of theso peoplo a possible, but
If you go to sleep on the railroad
situation It Is n gravo mistake
l'eoplo coming from all aver tho
world will visit Oregon to view tho
beautiful scenery, and If you force
some railroad to build from Mend to
n junction with the Klamath Falls
cut off you will then have a direct
artery Into Ban Francisco und will
bo In u position to take advantage of
the fulr and who would not rather go
by the way of Ilend down tho Des
chutes Canyon than the other route?
Pardon mo for taking up so much
of your time, but I hud to answer
Yours very truly,
8. O. JOHNSON
A classified d In The Bulletin U
read by hundreds and firings the ad
vertiser good return for the inonej
ItllHTOItATION TO KNTItY OF
la.NHH I.N NATIONAL FOHIXr.
Notice Is hereby given that tho lands
described below, embracing t00 acres
within the Ochoco nnd Deschutes
National Forests, Oregon, will be sub
ject to settlement and entry under
the provisions of tho homestead Uws
of tho United States and tho act of
June 11, 190C (34 Btat., 233), at the
United States land office at The Dal.
Irs, Oregon, on March 4, 1913. Any
settler who was actually and in good
faith claiming lyiy of said lands for
agricultural purposes prior to Janu
ary 1, 190C, and has not abandoned
same, has a preference right to mako
n homestead entry for tho lands ac
tually occupied. Said lands were
listed upon tho application of tho
persons mentioned below, who havo
a preference right subject to tho prior
right of any such settler, provided
such settler or applicant la qualified
to mako homestead entry nnd the
preference right Is exercised prior to
March 4, 1913, on which date the
lands will bo subject to settlement
nnd entry by any qualified person.
The lands nro as follows: Tho Wty
of 8i:,i. and the SWU of NttVt, Sec.
29, T. 17 8., II. 18 B. W. M.. con
taining 120 acres, application of B.
Warwick llardenbrook, Itoborts, Ore
gon; list 6-738. The SB Vi . Sec. 9, T.
20 8 , It. It B.. containing 1C0 acres.
Paisley National Bank
Notice to Hie Public:
I lmc born nutlmrled by the Comptroller of the Currency nt Wash
ington, D. C, to proceed with the organization of the Paisley National lUnk,
to be -Ht4ihllliril nt Paisley, Lake County, Oregon, the Comptroller having
rrcched letter commending the project from Oovernor Oiwnlil West of
Oregon, nnd from United Htnte Kenator Ocorgc K. Chamberlain and
Jonathan Hourne, Jr., nnd others.
Tho Hunk will legln business with 2.1,0fM capital, consisting of
U.10 fthnrr of 9100 each, and Its Ofllcerx and Directors Mill be prominent
nnd responsible business men of Paisley and vicinity.
There Is at present no bank at Pulnlcy, the nearest bank being more
than forty miles dUtnnt, at Inkctleiv, Oregon. Paisley Is growing rapidly,
mid It Is helleted that a National Hank, conducted niton HTIUCTI.Y HUHI
NHKH PIUNCIPi.KH will pay its share holders good dltldends after the
To secure the largest volume of business, It Is desired by myself
and nsMKlates, that the iU0 shares shall be owned widely as polhlo
throughout Central Oregon, therefore the undersigned reserve the rlglit
to refuse all subscription! offered in excess of live shares from any one
person, and all u!crlptloiis after the li."M) shares have been taken.
Payment for stiaren, from accepted subscribers, may be made on or
before .March 1st, 1013, to a National Hank at Portland, OreKon, to be
selected, nnd tcmiKirary receipts will be given to subscribers until certio
rates of stock are ready for Issue.
-It I unlawful to receive subscriptions from corporations, Amis or
associations, but only from natural iiersons men anj women over twenty
one years of age competent to hold property In their own names.
Headers of this newspaper desiring to subscribe, are Invited to
write for further Information, Indicating the number of shares they desire
to take, to
(2KOHGB M. IIAILKY,
OOl Ycon Building,
NOTICK AH letters will receive reply after Feb. 1st. 1313.
application of Eldorado Vcscelus,
llond. OreRon; 1.1st C-SOO. A tract
of 1C0 acres within Sec 1. T. 12 S..
II. 19 B., described by metes and
iKiunds ns follow: Ueglnnlng at
corner No, 1, n rock marked H-l,
whence the Forest Service monu
ment, hereinafter described, bears N.
23 dog. W. 8 chains 29 links; extend
ing thence N. 3C dog. B. 20 chains;
thence B. 9 deg. W. IS chains; thence
S. 80 deg. W. 30 chains, theuco S.
We do not Give Trading Stamps
tJIBuy your groceries of
us, we can save you from
five to ten per cent. Trade
where your DOLLAR
goes the farthest.
JL. B. M1SENER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. . Bend, Oregon.
33 deg. B. 30 chali.a; thence S. 88
deg B. 4 chains to corner No. 1, the
place of beginning. Said Forest Ser
vice monument bears N. 71 deg. 30
inln. K. 26 chains from tho Southwest
corner of Sec. 1. T. 12 S., H. 19 E.
Said tract was listed upon the appli
cation of Brvln H. Slecman, Mitchell,
Oregon; List G-Sul, Tho NEVt.
Sec. 9. T. 20 S.. It. 14 E., containing
1C0 acres, application of George W
Heels, Bond, Oregon; 'List C-820. Ap
proved, December 10. 1912, 3. V
Proudflt, Assistant Commissioner tf
the General hand Otllce. 4B-4b
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