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l"N IWhlMTM, lin.Nl), OIIU., WKDNI'HDAY, N'OVI'MW'H 12, JOlfl.
LA PINE PAPER SAYS WHAT
IT THINKS OF SPRINGER
' (Lit, 1'ltio Iiilor-Moiintnlii'
, Hum Crook county liilniul (u 1mii
In (illlco iin county JiiiIko for Uiu next
tin i'o yoniH ii mini who linn iirovtm to
i VlV KroHHiy iiioihiiiuiiuiii lor iimi i tu
ff r limit nuHitloii? Tim InUr-Mouii-
i lam uvoi estimate tlio JiuIkiiiuiiI of
, Hm jionplu It thuy do.
A iiiiiii mi IiIkoIihI, or kniivlsb, iih
to U oHiiuio to iiIhch IiIh JiuIkiiiuiiI
' hk.iiiihI that of one of tho Ktmitott
i civil niiKliiwira ant) kooiI rontl uxportH
f i In tlm l'niillle Norlliwost, In tho por
i mmi of Htulu lllKhwny CominlMlotiur
i llovvlhy, tOKuthur with Hint of it ilnr.
: fii of I Iki iiuiHt iiroKnwMlvo ntwl nubile
I Milrltuil cltlxutis of tho county, ilt
1 MirvtHi to ha (Morally cliusuil out of
i Ills olllco nml lutck to tho Job of ro-
luiliitliiK thiit pi lo Iiok of IiIh iiKnln.
, This iiiiprr wiih In urror Inut wmik
when It sliittul Unit JiiiIko HprliiKcr
iiliiiio cii.iiiimI tlm rotito on tlm eliio-
uuo iiuiirt'n oi un) iruHuu iii:iwnj-
inroiiKii iiiu couiuy.iiiu onicini pro
crttllnKH of tho rKuliir tnmitltiK of
tho roiinty court In Hn'itcinbor show
thul t'oiiiiiilsslonor Drown ucloit with
litbt In cliniifiliiM tlm ronlo. At thnt
tli. iu, too, it l'.iimvlllo iittoruu. tlU-
covered tho onlnr for tho olrctlon
Han Hindu too imily, tho law rnuuif
UiK thnt a county court mIiuII oidur u
Ni.vtliil hoiiil nlnotloii clUiur .0 or 40
ilaM linfoio tho ilutu nut. A npcclul
inuetliiK of tho court whs afterwords
hinil, Hut' from thu day of tint iokii
liir muntliiK U) to tho appmiriuito of
llui election notice, rnpoiitml uppiml
wu Hindu to Hpiliigur by tho Cloud
ItuAittt Association oIHcIbIh to oliitnwo
tho roiito to (uniform with that sbown
on the luitltloiis- cltliiK .Mi. lloHlliy'H
estlinnto Dint It would t.tke iiiic-iwhii-llt'th
of thu uiitlio bond IimiIo to oiiltit
tho B or 0 milt Into Doscliulps, mid
tiio opInloiiH of thu HbliHit lawyers
tliHt If It wnro not eliniiMeil tho wliolo
I'lcftlou would bo thrown out -but
to no nvnll.
Kprlnr'M dctodtMbli) not him
tin own baok thn inarch of proRnww
.mil ilovnlopiiioul In Crook counts for
yimm, If new jiotltlons aro not clreu
laltil sluiitlr mid another bond elr-o
lion called In thu noxt llir'o un nth.
I'lni tiowor of thu ncill onsrs u
Holutlou In KpiliiKur'H case, In thu
iik iintliim, ami If tho comity In not to
bo burdened with him In olllco loriRor,
tho time U rlpo to strlko now.
LAND ELIMINATION MATTER
DISCUSSED BY LA PINE MAN
Written for Tlm llullrtln by K. It.
IIIU, President of tlio Im I'lno
. Commercial Club.
' I.A 1MNIS. Nor. 10,Tho iiuittnr
of tlm ulliiiluntlon of cottiiln ariiixi
frfiiti (tin l)itnMitittfi nml Pniilmn mil.
' ioniii forcHta, on Recount of thiilt b-
ItiK buttor ndnotou to KKNoiilttirnl
, iiumulta thnu forctry purpoi'ii. In
niiu that Iin hud thn Dinioat and n
itiMRliiK nttcnllon of (ho l.a IMn
. Coiiuimrclnl Club and rculiloiitii of
thn l.a I Ino country Kitiiurnlly, im
wull a of thn On-non Conmirvatlon
, CuiiirnlhKlott and CoiiKrminiuuti Hln
nolt and Lnfforty and Honntom Lbiio
and ChainborUln. Tho (IhmithI Land
Oinci), forodt Mervlco and Interior I)t
iiartuiont direct and tho Agricultural
IbipnrtiiKint direct havo boon Imiiii.
bardud oontliiuoimly with putlllonn.
' Ivttoriti toligrnui, etc., and thin linn
riHiultml In tho fact finally IioIiik
plucod bofom tho propor ohlclalu tint
thuro Ih a vnnt aron wblch thould bo
opoiiod to hoiiiitonll ontry.
Jomiph N. Tcnl. chairman of tho
Orcaoii CanHervatlnn C'ominllon,
M and KIiikiiibu Hrwntur, nKltiiiit oe-
rolary of that body, havo Rivan tlio
' mnttnr pornounl attention, tho latter
hnvltiK Mpont nuvoral dnyi In tho dis
trict IntorvluwliiK lutondliiK ottlnm,
neoltiR tho exact vlccca of land op
piled for. rtc.
Tim total ncroaR in bo eliminated
U Klven n J4.000 a?a In the l)o
chut on and 2f.ri.0K2 no red In tho I'nti.
Una foret, and thin nioatiH a InrKo
' number of mittlem for tho tipper Do.
olnitcH vnlloy. In antlulpntlon of tho
nrcenlty thornfor, a United Htntva
land commlMloiKir linn bocn appoint,
od at Croncent. an much of tho land
, to ho ollmlnatud In tributary to that
tlndor thn 1D0G act, which provld
, nd for thn lUtliii? for honiontoad entiy
lundi that wre hi tho national for
mttM hut which upon linoliRiUlon,
worn, In tho oplnlaa of thn forem nor
vIbo, bettor miltwl Tor axrldiitural
iiiiiiionim than for ttmbnr. thoro woro
a largu numbor of application forlaomo oxtcnl but even thoitKh tho
pitch IUIIiik. Kotrio woro turned imiiiic ulc or Kround p throuKh
down sold. Homo woro kIvoii n jKU-lpnvoral lintidM before tho uotual id
' tlon of tho nmntint nuked for. After; t lor appoara on tho Mono, tho ultl
a reV'Ctlon, or refupul to lint, no niKi-i uinlo actual Dottier In thu one who
ter how pohKIvo thu propound npp!l-:ln wantod and la tbo oiiu who will
' cant mlRht havo b(sn an to tho clinr i"u thu larKont iKiinHt from tho
actor of tho land, tho matter In maiiyJ land.
cam)B wna droopod liv thnt imrMr-i. There nro tcvcral li"ndrwl ndiik
Inr poraon, and notnvoiio otto would' In or near tho district wnltltiK for
opcnlnj; tho laud iindur thu lottery
tyiitQm, thoruby avoiding any com
plltatlom In thu matter of prior
rlKbti, tile. Hut no fcoouur hud word
of a nronoiod tottery ooonlnK roach
I'd Ilia dUtrlcl than there arose an up
roar no loud that It ruacjind tho oar
oi our icproneiitativert at wabiiintt
ton and throuKh tl.oui tho Ovpart
mtint bond, Apnarcutly, tho chlitf
objection to tho lottery mattvr wan
that (onto of tho pcoplo uliundy In
hero would atand un bettor ahow In
tho matter of tt choice location than
a ntnuiKor, and thin objection coupled
with a fear on the ixtrl of peuon
who had Died nit certain plocen ol
land and had only bean allowed a
poitloit of their Ming, tliHt thoy
would not bo allowed to necurc tho
(ho Imlniito of thlr oriftliml iilliiK.
link canned, the lottery )nteii to Iw
roenrded with Krent dlnfavor by tho
majority of our reHldentn. It In aloo
prolmblo that a iack of knouiedRn
of Clio oporatlonn of tho lottery '
trui an now In vokuo lion toiuled to
cnimo noino of thin dlnnatlnfuatlon. 11
Is understood by tho writer that thu
drawlnit will bn by nuihhor tho pet
non drawliiK n umber one will havo
first choice, thu person drawlnic nuiri
bor two, sneond choice, and ho on:
that n tlmo limit will bn set for thn
exorcise of choice. At least, that Is
tho manner In which recant drnwInK
havo been conducted In Nebraska,
tho Oitkotns and other sections.
I'lKiuestloiiabty tho prior rlKlits of
not eons wbo bavo ulreadr filed oil
piece of land but havo not had thu
entire amount allowed them will re
ceive duo consideration, and puhaps
thofto locations will bo oxmnptcl
from tho drnwInK, so llioro probably
need bo no fear on that score.
Thu main question In tho owning
ItMiir. However It may no opened,
ur. rosult will bo beneficial to the
country. ' land that Is tortile wilt be
at Inst placed at tho disposal ot the
tiller or tho soil. Tho prsctlcally
URolnM Jsckpliio forests will bo con
verted Into productive ranehns. Tbo
autteulator may r:ot In his work to
syittom woro tisod Is it rjtioslloii. I'or
Hoiiully, 1 ciniiiot sco uuy objection
to thu lottery plan, If prior rlfchtn of
poiMiiiiH who have ill ready filed and
not nuciired nil tho Innd uskLd for
I. v tv it, fit jT"-'r """
".." -'Uf U g'TT-!ff3Tr?TT,B
NOTKJIJ 01' CONTIMT.
Dapartinunt of tho Interior, United
HtntCH l-iiud Olllco, I.akuvlow, Ore
Kou, Outohnr 22, HUH,-
To Mubol It. Hhorimiii of present nd
dross iiukiiown, C'ontiHtuo:
You nro hereby notified that Albert
N. Nelson, who kIvoh cm) Box 132,
Mund, Oregon, as his postotllco nd
dross, did on October 22, 11)13, file
In this olllco IiIh duly corroborated
application to contest and securo tho
oaucullatlou of your hoiiinMbsad ontry
No. ' serial No. 00028, inn do
October 21, 1U12, for tho north hair
of section 20, township SO H., range
32 ISast, Wlllnmotte .Meridian, mid
an grounds for his contest ho nllugos
that said Mnbol Hhurmiiu bus failed
to establish or maintain her rosldunco
upon said tract; that sho bus railed
to cultivate anlil tract: that said on
trymnii has abandoned sold entry for
upwards of six months Inst past nud
that such failures nud abandonment
woro not duo to her employment In
tho army, navy or marine corps of
tho United Htatoa.ln tlmo or war or
You are, therefore, further not).
Dad that tho mild allegations will bo
taken by thin olllco tin having been
confessed by you, and your said
entry will bo onucolod thereunder
without your further right to bo
heard therein, cither before thin of.
tlce or on aiinoal. If you rail to fllo
In thin olllco within twenty days
after tho FOUIITJI publication of this
notice, n shown below, your answer.
under oatli, specifically meeting and
responding to these allegations or
contest, or ir you full within that time
to fllo In thin office duo proor that
you havo served n copy or your
answer on tho said contestant either
In person or by registered mall. If
this sorvlce Is modn by tho delivery
of a copy of your answer to Oio con
icstani in parson, proor or sucn
servlca must bo either tho said con
coino along and apply for Hio snmu
, locution wiin uori'""n ii' same ru
sult on thn first. OTUm thin was ro
pealed several times until somo le-
, nations wnro plastered with a num
ber of differ, ant applications for list-
It Is dniibtloiM knowledge of this wbothor better results would folio
fact that him lot! tho Interior liupiul- the opening of the land without lot
mont to consider tho advisability of I lory than would ocour If tho lottery
tho opening, and otbrs aro coming
In dally r weekly. Of course those
of tin who havo been In 1ioro and have
been flglillug to accomplish the elim
ination of tho Jnckplno lands foot
that wo should hao first alinlco, and
Hist does not sound reasonable, but
is no respecter of persons. Do yon wnnt to
LET 'ER BURN!
or do yovi wnnt a loud rellnblo nlnrtn boforu n fire enn becomo
dnnjforourt In your hom or buslnt'sa houso? Wrlto or coo us
THE TR1-STATE COMPANY
EVERYTHING ELKCTHICAb. M. II. SHU'KLKV, Mffr..
P. O. BOX n&
Deccinbcr H to lit, IDIil
Thin will ho n notable etent In
tho educational history ol Ore
gon. Farmers' Co-opornllon will bo
tho loading topic of a stimulat
ing sorles of lectures. Tho weok
will be crowded with dlbctiwlons
and daiuonstratlonn In every',
thing that makes for tho welfaro
or the fnrmor and homo-maker.
WINTKIt HIIOItT coimihi:
January n to .1(1, l!)l I.
Tho Collero has spared no ef
fort to make this the most com
plate short course In Its history.
A very wide range or courses
will bo orferod In General Agri
culture, Horticulture, Aiilmnl
Husbandry. Dairying. Poultry
Keeping. Mechanic Arts, Domes
tic Bclenco and Art, Commerce,
Forestry, and Music. Numer
ous lectures and discussions on
nt homo and abroad, will bo a
loading fenturo. Mako this a
pleasant and profitable winter
outing. No tuition. Accommo
dations reasonable Itoduccd
rates on all railroads. For fur
ther Information address
II. M. TKNNANT. Registrar.
Farmorn' btinlnosn courses by
corrcspondonco without tuition.
ST VS1' ., m
D. D. D. In Hospitals;
Standard Skin Cure
HOME MADE CANDIES
Bakery Goods Home linked
Refreshing Sodas and Sundaes
Retail and Wholesale
tostnnt'fl written ncknowlodgmont of
his receipt or tho copy, showing tho
date or Itn receipt, or tho nllldnvlt
of tho person by whom tho dollvory
wim in a do stating when nnd whore
tho copy was delivered; If mndo by
registered iimll, proof of such ser
vice must connlst of tho nllldnvlt of
tho person by whom tho copy was
mailed statliu; when nnd tho post
olllco to which It wan mailed, and
this nllldnvlt must bo accompanied
by tho postmaster's receipt fpr tho
You should ntato In your answer
tho imtiio of tho post olllco to which
you deslru fiituro notices to bo sunt
JA8. f. mmaiiBB,
Date of first publication Oct. 20,
Date of second publication Nov, 6,
Onto ol third publication Nov. 12,
Dnto ol fourth publication Nov. 19,
XOTICK Of COXTII8T.
Department ot the Interior, United
fltuton Land Olllco !kuvluw, Ore
gon, October 22, 1013.
To Horry Wurgaft of present addrosa
You aro hereby notified that I'mol
A, Nelson, who glvos c-o Ilox 132,
llend, Oregon, an his postolllco ad
dress, did on October 22, 1013, fllo In
this olllco IiIh duly corroborated ap
plication to contost and secure the
cancellation of your homestead ontry
N0 serial No. 0C26, mado
Boptcmbor 23, 1912, for WV6 ec. 27,
township 20 H., rango 22 Kast, Wll
lametto Meridian, and as grounds for
bis contest bo alleges Hint said Harry
Wurgart has failed to establish or
maintain his residence upon said
tract; that ho has fnllod to cultlvato
said tract, that said entryman has
abandoned said entry for upwards of
six months last post and that such
failures and abandonment were not
duo to his employment In tho army,
navy or marine corps of tho United
States In tlmo ot war or otherwise.
Yon aro, therefore further noti
fied that tho said allegations will be
taken by this offlco an having been
confessed by you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo hoard there
In, either beforo this offlco or on ap
peal, If you fall to fllo In this offlco
within twenty days after the
FOUItTII publication ot this notice,
an shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to those allegations ofcon
tent, or It you rati within that time to
fllo In thin offlco due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
tho said contestant In person or by
registered mall. II this scrvfeo Is
made by the delivery or a copy of
your answer on tho said contestant
In person, proof of such sor
vlco muBt bo either tho said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of tils
receipt ot tho copy, showing tho dafo
of Its receipt, or tho affidavit ot the
parson by whom tho dollvery won
mado stating when and whero the
copy was delivered; It mado by regis
tered malt, proot or ntlch nervlco must
consist ot tho affidavit of tho person
by whom tho copy was mailed stating
vhen and tbo postolflco to which It
was mailed, and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tbo postmaster's
receipt for tho letter.
You should stato In your answer
tho namo of tho postofTlco to which
vou deslro further notices to bo sent
JAS. F. DUItOBSS.
Data ot first publication Oct. 29.
Data ot second publication Nov. 6,
Date ot third publication Nov. 12,
Date ot fourth publication Nov. 19,
XOTICK 1-Ult rUIIMCATIOX.
Department ot tho Interior, U. 8,
Land OIDco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
November 8, 1913,
Notice In hereby given that Halllo
ft. Hiintlngtxn,or Hand, Orogon, who
on July 27, 1908, mado homestead
ontry No. 0300 for sw'iHO, section
32, township 19 south, rango 11 cast,
Wlllnmotta meridian, 1ms filed notice
ol Intention to make final flvo year
proof, to establish claim to tho Innd
above described, beforo II. O. Hills,
V. H. Commissioner, at Hand, Oregon,
on tho 10th day of December, 1913.
Claimant names as wtiioss:
Fred A. Hhomiueet, David Hill, Fetor
goggling, John W. Usher, all of lleitd,
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
XOTICK TO CltKDITOItH.
In tho County Court of the Stato or
Orogon for tho County of Crook.
In tho matter of tho estato ot A.
F, Ramsay, deceased.
Notice in hereby given by tho
undersigned, duly appointed, quali
fied and acting administrator of thn
ostoto of A. F, Ramsay, deceased, to
tho Creditors and all persons having
claims against the said deccasod or
his estato to present tnom, verified
as required by law, within six months
after tho data ot tho first publication
of thin nollco, to the administrator
of said estato at the office ot his at
torney, Vernoa A. Forbes, In tho
First National Rank Rtilldlng at
Ilnnd, Oregon, the namo being tho
place tor the transaction or tho busl
noea or said ostate in said county
Dated thhi llth day of Ootober,
W. D. HARNHS,
Administrator of the Bstato ot
32-30 A. F. Ramsay, deceased.
you can gee m-uu.
STEM and FLAKY
LOAF FLOUR, for
$ 1 .20 a Sack
at the following grocery stores in Bend
. A. Satber W. C. McCukto
S. C. Caldwell 'Em Bend Grocery
Bert Stmey Tk Pilot Butte Grocery
Every Sack Guaranteed.
Bend Milling and Ware
TELL US OVER
How rnnny hospital patients, surfer
Jnir the frlalttrul ituh, thu ruw scorch,
las' pain of skin dlseusu, luwo boon
nootheit to sloop by a sootlilnir fluid
washed In by tho nurso'n hunUsT
That fluid Is tho famous D. D, T,
prescription for ocxoina,
thu cupEBvisiwa- transit of one
of our prominent Catholla Institutions
(namo of ourso and Institute on appll
cation), wit o regarding; a patient.
"The alseaso bad eaton bor eyobrown
nwny. Her noso and lips had booomo
dlsrlvurod, Hlnco tho use of D. D. D.
her eyobrown nro Krawlng, her noao
And faro havo assumed their natural
How many eosema sufferers aro pay
In tittle doctors for regular treat
ment and are being treated with this
amo sootlilnir, heating fluid?
&B, ano. T, sxoiusoBOjr frankly
writes "D. d. D. is superior to any
thing, I havo ever found, floft and
soothing, yot a powerful agent."
. To do tho work. D. D, D. Prescrip
tion must ba applied aooordlnr to
dlrtotloua given in the pamphlet
mound evory battle Follow theso dt
roollonu uud seel
And It certainly takes away the itch
at once the moment tho liquid is ap
plied. Tho skin Is soothed calmed,
so thoroughly refreshed delightfully
Alt drugRtsts of standing have the
famous spoaino as well an tho efficient
V, D. D, Hkln floap,
Out wo aro so confident of the mei.
its of this prescription that we will
refund the purolnmo price ot the first
full slia bottlo If it falls to reach
your caaOi You ftlono are to judge,
Patterson Drug Company.
Cora Lungs and a Dry
Hacking- Cough, can be
relieved by uslog
Its effect In tho tunes Is
soothing- and healing, very
gratifying to thoso who aro
racked by a painful couch. Ite
lleves 1 1 tfb t none, loosens
phlegm, clears the volco of
hoarseness and qulcta alt Irrl
tated conditions, so that the
sleep is no longer itsturbed at
Vrlco SSc, BOa nad 81.00.
Uuv the (1.00 also. It con
tains flvo times as much as tho
IJc sice, and you get with each
bottle a Dr. Hcrrick'a Hod Top
per Porous riaster for tho cht
Stephens Byp Salve Is a healing
oinimem lor ooro Bye.
t goto AMD RtCOHHCNnCPtW
Patterson Drug Co.
Then split next week's wmh Compare
our halt with the other fellow's. That's
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
"Put Your Pud
In Our Suds"
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desiring to go south and east of here
THE MOST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE ROOMS
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