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TIHJ 1IKND nVhl.KTM, lKX1h
WKINKHIAY, MAY 14, 101.1.
k arm and
'' GOOD POINTS OF THE MULE.
Esrsd Hyhriil Patttr Than
Hart In Many Ways.
The mule's uhlllt- to Inko rnro of
himself Minkes litni very (leslnihlo
wheru itmt-ti lilrnl help In employed.
Von ciiiinot Irritate liliu cm you cnn n
horse, lit will dike n kikmI, stendy
unit mill ki'i'p . Mnny hands will
- JerU nml yell nt n horso until ho lose
iimro llesli from tho eulteinunt tiinii
fnini tint work, tint imt ho with tint
iniilr. Ilv will pursuit li cvtiu tenor
Tho I'nttorson DriiK Co. doaorvos
prnlso from Mend puoplo for Intro
iliiolnif lioro tho slmplo liiicktliorn
Intrk ami Ktytiurliin nilxturo, known
iim Aillur-l-kn. Tills, iilini'lo (Ionium
roiuwly flrMl Imcnnio funioiiH by cur
lni; iippoiullclllH mid It tins now heon
dlscovumd tlmt A HIN0M5 IJ0BI3 ro
IIovun Hour Htoiniicli, kiih on tho
stouiuuli mul coiiHtlpallon INHTANT
You will haw no Irritated fnco If
you hnvo your sIiuvIiik do no nt lu
ll on & IJnvltliuu'N harbor shop. Adv.
seal r if iitTi'TKttaaaCB
XOTIC'K I'Olt I'l'M.IL'ATIO.V.
IT. H. Land Onico nt Tho Dal leu, Ore
gon, April 14th, 11)13.
Notlco Is huroby iclvun that John
', Hausinan of Portland, OrcKon,
who on February 23d, lit 12, inudo
dmwrt laud ontry, No. OVVH, for
N'.tHWU mul HNWVi, Suction 32,
towtmlilp 10 south, rariK 12 (taut,
Wlllmnutto Morlillmi, n Mod no
lion of Intention to maku final dosort
proof, to establish cliilm to tho Inud
abovo described, heforu II. 0. Kills,
V. H. Comiiilsalouur, at his offlco nt
Ituuil, OroKon, on tho 24th day of
Clnluinnt names an wUiiobkcii:
lli-nry It. Ford, Otis C. Ilonkln, James
Itynn, Albert llnrryninn, all of llund,
.NOTICi: I'Olt I'UHMCATIO.S.
Department of tho Interior. V. H.
I.nml Oftlco nt'Tho Hallos, OroKon,
April 24th, 1013.
Notlco I horohy kIvoii that Milton
A. I'nlmur, of Jtond, Oregon, who, on
March 3rd, 1010, Hindu homi'Ktcjail
onlry No. 0(1134, for ti'A, Hwctlon
0, Township 17 Houth, Hdmko 14 Hast,
Wlllamotto Morldlan, Iiiih Mod
notlco of lntoiitl(n to iniiko
Html throo yonr proof, to
onliilillah tlnlm to tho land nhovo do-
scribed, iK'foto II. C. Kill, U. H. Com-
iiilsaloucr, nt his olllco at llund, Ore
koii, on tho 2nd day of June, 1013.
Claimant tin mm ns witnesses;
Kmory J. Taylor, Jnnicn I). Davidson,
Itoy A. Woolloy and Oub Ilankco all
of Powell Untie. Oregon.
8-12 C. W. MOOUB, Hcxlalor.
C. W. MOOKti, ItoKlator.
tuk muls ok Tim rtuu.
NOTIt K I'Olt IM'IIMOATIO.V,
Department of. tho Inlorlor, IT. 8.
! I.nnd Olllco at The Dnlloa, OriiKon.
I April 24th, 1013.
I Notlco la horuliy nlvon Hint Jaroli
1 IV Tlionma, naalRtivo of Cora A.
Hvlnr, of llund, OroKon, who, on
.Iiiiih lit, 1909, Hindu Uvftort l.nnd
mitry No. 0!742, for W'.fc NWU,
Hrctlon 12, Township 18 south,
, ItaiiKo 12 Kaat. Wlllnuiftte Meridian,
him Died notlco of Intention to mnkn
final proof, to catatjllih claim to tho
'land ohove dcacrlbvd, before II. C.
Kllla, V. H. Commlaalonvr, at hU
omca nt llrnu, Ort'Kon, on tut) Slat
day of May, 1913.
Claimant namca aa wltnciaei:
NOTin. I'Olt I'UIIMCATIO.V.
Oopartmont of tho Interior, II, H.
Iind Offlco nt Tho Oallca, OrcKon,
April 19th, 1913,
Notlco In luiruby kIvcii thnt Jnmca
A. Knatea of Hand, OrcKon, who, on
May 2nd, 1910, mado homcMtond on
try, No. OOCCfl, for NUHW'A, HV
8W' Bi.c. 20, and NVNVH,
Kcctlon 29. Townahlp 17 Houth,
ItntiKo 12 Kaat, Wlllamotto Moridlnu,
lina filed tiotlcn of Intention to make
fin; Mine jcit pronf, Ut eBtnldlali
clnhil to IU land nliovr deaerlbed. Ixt
Iforo II. C. Kllla, IT. 8. Commlaaloner,
nt hl olllco ut Ilcnd, OruKon, on tho
7th dny or June, 1913,
Claimant natnea an wltneaaea
Johp Hteldl, I'rnnk O. Minor, TIioiiiiik
TwiH't, UrllitK O. Coo, all of llend,
7-11 C. V. MOOHi:, IteRlater.
NOTlOIJ OK I'l.VAf. ACCOUNT.
In tho County Court of tho Hlnto of
OroKon for tho County of Crook.
In the matter of tho catuto of (leorKo
W, Knnpp, decenaed,
Notlco la hereby Klven by tho un
doralKned, ndmlnlatrntor of tho ea
into of OcorKO W, Knnpp, deccnaed,
thnt ho linn made and filed with tho
clerk of the County Court of Crook
county, Oregon, hla final account of
ndmlnlntrntlon of anld catnto and
thnt tho Honorable Judge of anld
County Court linn net Thuradny, the
Hi tli dny or Mny, 1913, nt 10 o'olook
In tho forenoon nt the County Court
doom In I'rinovllle, Oregon, na the
tint end place of hearing tho final
Mottling of anld estate.
Dated thin 8th day of April, 1913.
O. C. IIUNKI.K,
lAdmlnlatrator of the entnta or
neorge W. Knnpp, deccnaed.
Vernon A. Korbea, attorney ror nd
DAILY TIIAI.V SCIIKDUl.K.
Joint Oregon Trunk-Dcachutca Line.
Arrival ...8:15 P. M,
Depnrtura. ,C:4C A. M.
of hln way mid pay little attention to "Jnb V. Thomna. Nicholas DoVrlo.
the iMilay driver. ny n convotidiit
of the Orange Judd Karuier.
In hut Heiither It la nluxxt liuit
albtc to hurt him. and liv due nut
sweat nor punt, us does the hone. A
luule iMld(itu gels Into trouble, for he
m-tMiin never tu gvt Mnrvil. If be kicks
over the tongue or gets hi borne
fnat he either gels Iikim ipiletly or
waits for the driver to get him out of
Olio of the eaiiei-lally good points of
the mule Is his eswllvtit health. A
sick mule Is rare Indeed, lie will not
overeat iHir drink too much when
A mule itoes not require as much
conceiilnitiil feed to keep blm III ginnl
tiesli ns diHs n hoix.' of iirresNiudlug
weight. The mules nt l.nkrlilu farm,
near Hlorm Unke. la., where I was em
ployed, wen fill eight isiuuds of shell
til eoru anil a generous nupply or tim
othy hay mt day. Thnt kept them In
ns good lli-ili as horses on heavier
feed, mid they did more work tlmn the
I.IKO Niuud dnirters receiving tell
x;unds(if nlii'llnl mini, eight pounds tif
jhkhI ests ami mimnI timothy Imy.
Mnles will eiiUMune more nmglmge
iImii Imrses and bv grulu. (lire them
Polity of hay and they are nluut sat
George H. Young and George K.
Hoover, all of llend, Oregon.
8-12 C. W. MOO UK. Iteglster
NOTICK I'Olt PrilMCATION.
Department of tho Interior, IT. 8.
Ijtud Offlco at The Dnllea, Oregon,
April 24th, 1913,
Notice Is hereby given that Mary
K.lloover, nialgnco of Cora A. Swlgor,
of llend, Oregon, wtio, on Juno 1st.
1909, mado Desert Ijind Kntry. No.
010218, for 8 K HU'tt and NWU
HW'.i, Hectlon 12. Township 18
South, Itango 12 Hast, Wlllamotto
Meridian, has filed notice of Inton-
Hon to make final proof, to eatabllah
claim to tho Innd above dcacrlbcd,
before II. O. "Kllla, IT, 8. Commiss
ioner, nt his offlco at llend, Oregon
on the 3lt day or Mny. 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jacob I'. Thomas, Nicholas DeVrlea,
George 8. Younp nnd George K.
Hoover, all of Uend, Oregon.
h-12 C. W. MOOllK. Itcgtator.
OREGON and WASHINGTON
K Directory of Mch City, Town and
k'lllss. slrlnr drtcrlptlx thttth of
csch plot, locstlon. population, ttls
trapli. thlpplnr and Lanklnr point I
19 CUuMtd Ulroclory, compiled by
builntM and proftlon.
K. X. rOUC CO NnATZTJB
is nt an average elevation 100 leet
above the eity of Bend.
Commands a charming view of the
city of Uend and the surrounding
15 minutes walk from business
center. Lots 50x110.
BEND VIEW CO.
"Hamlto, is your master a piod
"Oh. yes, manna; fims rnte
fnrmer. He make two ernps In
"How Is Hint. HnmlMi?"
"Why. he sell all Ills liny In de
fall and make mnne.v unit-: den
In de spring he sell de hides of
de cuttle dat die fur want of de
hay mid make inuiiey twice."
I'nrm mid Home.
NOTICK OP I'lNAI, ACCOUNT.
In the County Court of the Stnte of
Oregon for the County of Crook.
In the matter of tlm estate of W. H.
Notice is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, the administratrix of the
ostnte of W. It. Sellers, deceased, that
1 the haa made and O.ed with the
j County Court of Crixik county, Oro-
2 ion. hor final account of her admin-
llatiatlon or said Mtnto; and that the
; llounrablo Judge or said County
"Court has set Thutsday. the lath
J j of May, 1913, at 10 o'clock In tho
1 forenoon of anld day at tho County
r f'mirt llfwitn In Prim, elllit- Omuim.
na the tlnio nnd place of liearlug of
aald final account.
Dated this lGtn day or April. 1913.
Administratrix or the estate ot W.
II. Sellers, deceased.
Vernon A. Forbes, attorney ror
i Ited clover or alfiilfu whvu green may
.le mix iM with corn nnd a very satis
factory sllnge produced. If there is an
nbuiidaiice of rum fur filling the silo
we rather favor curing the alfalfa aud
clover nid putting the com Into the
, silo. Legumes make u very good grade
of sllnge. but In the process of fermeti-
-5?tutlon. owing to their high protein eon-
tent, they develop n very olijecttoualile
t odor, which Is not nt all injurious to
the animal, nor do they produce nil off
flavored milk. Notwithstanding this,
i It is men satisfactory to use com In
the silo, curing the clover and nlfulfu
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course of twelve month n liorso will
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whnt tho vnluo of tho winter;! manure
Is ir tlmt uiumirv lx pit on to tho
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gether with its other fertilizing elo
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If tho animal Is In poor health the
effuvt on tho growth of tho wool la
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Brick Buildings never burn, although they are sometimes
-injured by falling timbers or combustible interior woodwork.
A brick building is absolutely fire proof if wire glass is used
in the windows and if burned clay floors are used.
An interior fire in such a building is confined to the room in
which.it originates; no outside fire can attack it. ' ,,
The proportion of burned clay in a building construction
measures its fire proof qualities.
Burned clav is the only building material that has
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