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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1913)
TIIR nfcNO BU&Mrrm, W3NP, TVKDNKfcDAY, MAY T, ieltl.
THE BEND BULLETIN
GEORGE) PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
ROIIURT W. SAWYER
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ing for tho squaro dcnl, clean busl
new, clean ivolltlcs and tho boat In
terests of Hcnd nnd Central Oregon.
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The IJullctlii has liecn designated
lj- the County Court of Crook County
to publish otllclnlly nil the proceed
ing of the court.
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cict 'i .wis 'AvasaxaaAV
The ,"magailno habit" Is often con-
dcmneiT by those who bewail tho
modern American tendency to avoid
"worth while" reading. Thoro can
be no doubt that the flood of period
icals, with their catchy effervescent,
easily-swallowed and easily-digested
stories, havo como to occupy about
all thojittcntlon which tho average
American cares to devote to reading.
It Is true enough that sound litera
ture Is suffering at the hands of this
mental chewing gum with whclh wo
occupy our lolsure minutes. I)ut on
the other hand it Is undeniable that
the habit of reading la vastly more
general and more popular in America
today, proportionately to population,
than ever before; nor can It be
doubted that the inexpensive and
pleasant magazine articles are in a
great majeure responsible for this.
It Is safe to say that today moro
a vera bo men and women throughout
the laud know something about
world events than ever beforo In a
country of comparatively sparse
population and great expanse. And
yjo magazines are responsible for
this responsible, we think, even
more than the newspapers, the latter
Inevitably being comparatively local
In their Interest. Such a periodical
as the Saturday Evening Post, for
Instance, wlileh reaches probably ten
million readers, Is a marvelous force
in popularizing reading for ploasuro
nnd profit It Is sfe to say that
this tmtgazlne alone has done moro
to aaken general Interest In
"quei&Itins of the day" than could be
accomplished by a hundred lecturors
working for a hundred years. To It.
and to others like it. In a great
measure. Is due the nation-wide at
tention to public affairs that Is be
coming n nitlonal oh'-,erlatIc.
Familiarity Is said to breed con
tempt i. It is true that when one
lives IJ(ug In a plnco the beauties of
the sjiryoundings beoomo so ousto
Diary as to lose much of their charm.
This s$te. of affairs hojds true In
Itend. TlirsItuatlon of the town Is,
without doubt, on of tho most at
tractive that can bo Imagined; the
river, pines and mountains combine
to make a scenic setting which is
rarely equalled, and not surpassed,
in the NorthwejL nut we are so
jiccustomed to It that we all are apt
to forget this important phase of our
tangible- "natural resources." It Is
when we happen upon some stranger,
stalking about with a camera and
going into rhapsodies over the scen
ery, that a full realization Is brought
home to us of the extraordinary
charm of bond's environment.
"So lyr keeping their pledges In
letter and In spirit shall tho Demo
crats perform a service to the
nation." These words were spoken
in Congress by a protectionist Re
publican yet how accurately they ex
press, Liu effort ttyat President Wilson,
is making against the attompt ol
special lutorests and their represen
tatives in the Democratic party to
-violate their pledges. IJy yielding
to -their llko In this own party Taft
cuiue to griefs The eud with Wilson
will be otherwise.
"aK SSSfc fc ?,
Jhat "The If
'eating and amusing little cuss, .oven
' if it Is a slippery end artful dodger."
Trl15li0lSrolhorad ulp4t Port
land. There may be room for It In
the monkey cage at tho city park.
LOCATION MAPH '1I,KI.
(Harney County News)
P. A. Worthlngton, representing
tho Hnrrtmnn railroad, was in Hums
n few days tho past week nnd filed
In tho local lind olllco tunps of tho
Inst link through llnruoy county of
tho Oregon Enstorn railroad. Those
maps cover a stretch of nearly 45
miles, reaching from tho onst lino of
section 2R, township 2G south, rnngo
30 east, running west by a little
south nnd leaving tho county nt tho
west lino of section G, township 27
south, range 24 oast.
Progress on this road will now bo
rapid. An opening haa been made
through tho big tunnel In Malheur
canyon and only short work will bo
necessary to permit track laying
through It nnd tho transportation of
trains and materials for tho laying
of track on tho grade which Is al
ready made to tho oast lino of Har
ney county. In tho meantime, grad
ing through Crano oreek canyon will
proceed nnd bv the closo of summer
tho whistle will bo hoard In Harney
Deadly Venom of tht Cobra.
A full sized cobra Is nblo to eject
enough venom nt a sluglo full uiid
complete bite to kill about tweti.r men.
The Imlbiti cobra yields as much ns
twenty drop,-ind Dr. Hauun mention
having obtained ns much ns twenty-
In xvrlmeuts with tho venom of
the ciih eobro 1 I'UxslnioiiK, mu
exiwrt. found that one drop diluted In,
it little water und Injected Into the tis
sue of the leg of a large monkey
killed It In hnlf an hour's time. A
fraction of n drop was suitlclent to kill
a rut aiid n fowl within an hour. Judg
Ins from the effects of cobra venom
on the higher animals. Mr, Pltxslmoiui
considers that one full drop Is a fatal
dose for n strong, healthy man. West
Walnuts, Flv a Penny.
From ono of Steele's letters to bU
wife we learn the price of walnuts In
Queen Anne's relgn. -I send you seven
peu'orth of wnlluutta at Arc n penny,
which Is the greatest proof I ran gtvo
you ut present of my being with my
whole Heart yr.
Outside the letter Lady Bteclo has
written. "There arc but :a Wnlluutts."
so apparently her "pnsslonnto lover
and faithful husband" had given In to
the temptation of eating a few beforo
sendlcg them. He made amplo amends
for this on the following day by Ji gift
"half a hundred mora." Loudon Stand
"Yon find that nn automobile belpn
you to keep your nciu'euientHY"
"It doet better limn that." replied
Mrs. Chugglni "If joti don't want to
keep them It enable you t explain
everything by wiylug that you broke
down." Chicago News.
Tht Scared One.
Annt Lnit night Iwforu retiring I
looked under the (x-d ns usual nnd
really found a man there. Niece I
supple you scream! for help. Aunt
No; he did. Megguudorfer Ulattcr.
ii i i i nnrmnr
NOTICE FOR I'UIlLI CATION.
Department of tho Interior. U. 8.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
April 19th, 1913.
Notice Is hereby given, that James
A. Hastes of Dend, Oregon, who, on
May 2nd, 1910, made homestead en
try. No. 066C6. for NH8W'. SV
SWH. Sec. 20, .and NWNWV4,
Section 29. Township 17 South,
Range 12 Hast, Wlllametto Meridian,
nas tiled notice of intention to make
Vitl iiii ?-r proof, to establish
claim to tj land above described, lie
fore H. C. Hills, U. S. Commissioner,
it his offleS ut Hcnd. Oregon, on tho
7th day of June, 1913,
Claimant names as .witnesses:
John Stcldl, Frank O. MinorThomas
Tweet, L'rlfng C. Coo, nil of-IIend,
7-11 C. W. MOORE. Register.
1 Building Material
-' J "h'XkI'
I TheJVljller Lumber Company
X v Bend, Oregon.
Bond's HeBt Harbor Bhop, an wolt
as tho oldest, Is Inuos & Davidson's,
on Oregon Btrcot. Adv.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Lnud Olllco, Tho Dalles,
Oregon, April 7, 1913.
To John II. Williams, of 8umnor,
You nro hereby notified that D. P,
Uoon who gives R. I). No. 1, llund,
Oregon, ns his postulllco address, did
on April 3, 1013, lllo In this olllco
his duly corroborated application to
contest nnd sccuro tho cancellation
of your homostond ontry No. ,
Sorlut No. 0GG10. mndo April 2G,
1010, for WH, Section -I, Township
20 S., Rnngo 18, E., Willamette Mo
rldtan, and na grounds ior his contest
ho alleges that said John II. Wll
Hams has novor been on tho land
sluco filing on snmo; that ho has
abandoned samo for more than ono
yosr last past.
You are. therefore, further notl
fled that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this office ns having been
confessed by you, nnd your snld ontry
will bo canceled thorouuder without
your further right to ho heard thoro
In, cither beforo this ofllca or on ap
peal., It you rail to fllo In this olllco
within twenty days nftor tho
FOURTH publication of this notice,
as shown .below, your answer, undor
Cvjrikt if f Oitcuti AJintu.c C, CSj
May 7, 1913
They have hired mo
down at the grocery.
What do you think I do?
Everyvrhere they put my
picture, a new one each
time, in the paper. My
work is to tell every
body where to buy good
groceries I like my
place very well because
it is a good place
where they treat one
They treat everyone
well where I work, be
cause they carry good
groceries and sell them
at the right prices.
P. S. I work at
(yr ? u or
w ' ?
Bt.c....-, ehh y
oath, spoclflcnlly meotlng nnd re
sponding to thoso allegations of con
test, or If you fall within that tlmo to
lllo In thin olllco duo proof that you
hnvo served a copy of your Antiwar on
mu aald contestant In person or by
roglatored mnll. It .this sorvlco Is
mndo by tho dollvory of n copy of
your nnnwer on tho said contestant
In person, proof nt such sor
vlco must bo elthor tho said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of his
receipt of tho copy, showing tho dnto
of Its receipt, or tho nllldnvlt of tho
person by whom tho dollvory was
mado stating when nnd whoro tho
copy was doltvorod; If made by regis
tered infill, proof of such sorvlco must
consist of tho nllldnvlt of tho porson
by whom tho copy was mnllod sta'lng
when nnd tho postolttco to which It
wsh mailed nnd this nltldavlt must
bo accompanied by thu postmaster's
receipt for tho letter.
You should stnto In your answer
tho name of tho postolflcu to which
you dcslra further notices to bo sent
0. W. MOORE, Register.
Dato of first publication April 10,
Dnto of second publication April
Dnto of third publication April 30,
Dnto of fourth publication May 7,
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL ES
TATE UV EXECUTOR.
In tho County Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for Crook County,
In tho matter of tho estnto of Anna
T. Au no, Decensod.
Notice Is hereby given that pur
suant to tho provisions of thu Inst
will nnd testament of snld Anna T.
Aunc, tho undorslgncd will, from und
after May 14 th, 1913, procood to sell
at private silo for cash, In ono par
col, tho following described real es
tnto belonging to said estate, to-wlt:
tho WVi of NEVt. 8E.V4 of NEVi.
tho NEVi of SEU. of section 8, In
township 17 8., rnngo 10 E., W. M.,
subject to tho approval of tho court
as provided by law.
Dated this 16th day of April, 1913.
ANTON A. AUNE,
As Executor of tho Last Will nnd
Testament of Anna T. Auno, De
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho County Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for tho County of Crook.
In tho matter ot tho estate of Uoorgo
IK Pulllam, deceased.
Notlco Is hereby gtvon by tho un
dersigned, tho duly appointed, quail
flod and acting administratrix of the
estnto of Qoorgo II. Pulllam, deceased
to tho creditors and all porsona hav
ing claim ngnlnst tho said deceased or
said estate, to present them, verified
ns required by law, within six months
after tho data of tho first publication
' Oh the River. On the Railroad.
Close to Business District.
Beautiful View. Great Big Lots.
Wide Streets and Alleys.
Water Piped to Every Lot. Easy Terms;
Prices $100 to $400
Call or write
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of this notice- to tho said e.dmlnlntra
trk at tho olllco of her attorney, Vor
non A, Forbes, In tho First Nntlonnl
llnnk Uulldlng of llond, Oregon, tho
namn holng tho plnco for tho trans
action of tho luminous of snld estnto
In said county nnd stnto.
Administratrix of tho estnto of
Ceorgo II. Pulltnm, docensod. 0-0
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for Crook County.
United WnrehoiiHo Company, n cor
poration, plaintiff, va, W. F, und
Mnzo Lockwood, defendants.
To W. F, Ixickwoud nnd Maxo Lock
wood, above ttiimod defendants:
In tho nnmo of tho ntato of Oregon
you nro hereby required to nppunr
and answer tho complaint of thu
plaintiff filed against you In thu
above entitled suit within Inn dnyn
from tho dnto of sorvlco of this sum
mons upon yon If served within
CroK county, Oregon, or If served
within nny othor county of tho stnto
The Following Office and Other
Supplies are For Sale at
The Bulletin Office.
Intent Map of Crook County, VI, 00.
I,rgnl Wanks, S anil -I rents well.
Towanhlp Pint Ibtokn, 'M renin cncli.
I'ndnrvtooil Typeurllrr Ribbons, blun and black, 7.V.
Tyixmrlter Carbon, black nnd blue, Ictlerlicud null
legal sire, '- sheets ficl nlM) pencil carlMui in largo sheets
10 cent each.
Photo Mailers, Miinll and largr sizes, U),c anil tie.
Hood Paper, all colors and slzm.
Pncr for taking cnrlMiu copies.
Maniinciipt Covers, printed and imprinted.
Application to contest blanks.
Soft lewd pvnclU.
Rent Receipt Hooks.
.Monthly Tlmo Hooks,
CardlKMird, tililto and colors.
455 JEmpiie Building, Seattle, Wash.
First National Hunk Building, Bend, Oregon.
Descriptive literature on Bend and Ceiitral
Oregon mailed upon request,
of Oregon, thou within SO dnyn ot
tho dntn of tho sorvlco ot this sum
mons, niul If served upon you by
publication, thou on or bo f ore the
8th day of Muy, 1013, nnd you and
each of you nro hereby nottlled that
If you fall so to nppear and niiswor,
for want thereof tho plaintiff will ap
ply to tho court for tho relief prnyod
for In tho complaint on lllo herein,
to-wlt: For JudHinnnt ngalnst you
nnd cncli of you for tho mini of
7r.18, togethor with thu costn mid
dlsbursiimunts or this notion.
Thin BiimmoiiK Is published In Tho
llond llullutln. n weekly newspaper
of general circulation, published nt
llond. Crook county, Oregon, for six
uurcoHslvo wvuks, by order of tho
Honorable (I. Springer, Judge of tho
County Court. Slnto or Oregon, said
order being mndo nnd entered on
tho SGth dny of March, 1013, In. tho
above entitled case.
Dated ind published first titling
this 20th day of March, IP 13.
VKHNON A. FOHIIKH,
3-9 Attorney for plaintiff,
isiwiimis .si niimi iw hhjuhxIB " '