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IIKITO IlUMiRTIN, BEND, ORE., WI'I'NEM'AY, MARCH JW, Mi 4.
EUGES PARCEL POST
Mini)' Now Article Admitted Under
PontnuiHter (lotiornl lliirlowin con
(Iiiiich to oiiInrKo nml lironilon the
work of tlio jmrcol pout service, tho
lutist oriltir IiiivIiik Just been ap
proved by which liuttnr, okkh, frultit,
vK(lulitH, pntlltry, nml othor nr
tlcli'N In parcels woIkIiIiik from S!0
to !IU pouiulH inny Iki shipped In tlio
Hrst nml second soium In Iioxoh mill
crates Nlmllnr to Uiohu handled by
express o nipiuilun,
Tint now rulo na to hniiliK In tlio
parcel punt wont Into effect on tlio
intli Under It ImioIih limy bo limit
l'v parcel pout, If tlio parcel exceeds
' VkIiI oiiiioon In wolttnt.
I'rlntuil nmttor, other than now
pHpcrn unit periodicals entered na
fi'i'omi clnMH matter, win no ncoepi
i nt parcel pout rutca In pncliaKe of
morn thnn four pounds. If tlio wolKht
Im four h)UIii1h or less, tlm third-class
rate of 1 cont (or mcli two ounces or
(ruction thereof will npply,
Pamphlet nml cutnlofts, whother
bound In paper or inuro substantial
hlndliiK, will Ito rt'Knrilod an books
mul will be accepted as such.
However, If doiilit exists mi to
wthethor nny nmttor come within
tlm lurm "hookH" a sninplo khould
be submitted to tlio postmnstor for n
It will ho possible under tho now
rnlliiK fur political candidate to
ship ly pnrool pout bundle of pnm
llilftM to tholr friend for dlstrlbu
(Ion Heed nml outtliiHH nro also admit
ted now by tlm term of n recent law.
According t It parcel or seeds,
ctittltiKM. bull, roots, scion nml
plant woIkIiIhk four ounces or lo
am subject to iiostHKO nt tlm flat rat"
of I cent for oach ounce or fraction
thereof, regardles of distance; on
imrrrU exceeding four ounces In
weight tlm pound rut! appllcablo to
tht respective zones nply.
Special "Health Wnrnliiu." for Mnrrh
March In n trying month for tlm
very young mid elderly people. Croup,
i.rumhlal old, lagrlpiMi mid pnou
inonlA itrn to he feared mid avoided.
1'i'lfv n llonoy nnd Tar In a groat
family mwllolmi Hint will (iilckly
top it cmiukIi, ohwsk tho progress of
a rold. mid relieve Inflamed and oan
nMiid air itflMMNMi. It U safe, pur,
and alwaya reliable. Patterson Drug
O. A. ('. Will Supply I'lirmer of
In connection with the offer of
alfalfa seed by tho Oregon Trunk
Hie followliiK offer of cultures of al
falfa bacteria by tlm OroKvn Aierl
culturnl College li or Interest nnd Im
I'ortauco to nil farmora.
"UroKnn farnmra who want to
Brow nlfnlfn oan Kot fro culture of
alfalfa Imclurln by mm d I tic for them
to T I). Ileckwlth, ImcterloloKltt of
Ori'Kon Agricultural CoIIoru, Corval
III, Alao culture for pea. Imhiu,
clover, vetch, mid other legume.
Tneao culture nro for tho amo pur
pom na thoae put up by commercial
firm nnd void to farmers at f 1 to 93
for enough to Inoculate nn acre plant
ed h legume. Culture hnvo been
enl out from tho College for n num
ber of yenr with gont ndvantngo to
"Knrmora who wlah to got theao
culture hould ontt tholr iiamn.
atlpulato tho crop and narcngo, up to
K. acre, nnd glvo two weoka' notice.
Tim only charge made to tho fanner
1 SJ '
TO THE PUBLIC:
We hereby nnnounce Unit we have taken
over the entire insurance business of M. s
S. Lattin k Co, and are prepared to write
any kind of a policy you may wish.
Bend Insurance Company
First National Bank Building Bond, Oregon
la tho pnrnnl pout, genornlly alioul
ton uimtN n culturo.
A grunt many fnrmorH nro going
to glvo nlfnlfn a trial for tho flrat
tlmo thla your. Ilnotertn mul nlfnlfn
nro liiNDimrnbly llukod togutlmr In
HiieceitHful production, Chnncea for
HimcimH nro grimily Inrronaed by ua
liig good ciiltiinm. Kult dlroctloim for
iino accompany onnh paokiigo aunt out
from tliu collogo."
JllNoiilereil KIiIiiojh ('anno Much
Willi pain mid mlaery by day,
nlociMllHttirliliig blmlilor wnnkneHH nt
night, tired, norvoiiii, run-down toon
mid woimiii ovorywlmro nro glnd to
know that I'oloy Kidney Pill rontoro
health mid atniiigtli, and tho ngnliir
notion of kidney mid lliidt'or. Put
ternou DniK Co. Adv.
To tho lnHchora of Crook county
regarding tho Fourth annual mi minor
amnion of tho Crook county high
achool, May IK, 10H, High soliool
building, Prlnevlllo, Oregon.
It I tho duly of ovory good aolmol
to do whatever It can to meet tho
requirement! of tlm county In which
It I located.
(lood teacher nro ono of tho ro
qulronmntn of Crook county, nnd tho
Normal graduate nro not, iin yet,
NtiUleleiitly uumerou to meet till
requirement. Recognizing till fact,
tho Crook county high achool offer
n one-month auminnr nmnIoii.
Thl Nummer nonnIoii will begin
Monday morning, May 18, 1DH, and
coutluiiH for a term of four week.
Tho aim of thl Niimmer achool 1
three-fold. lt. To meet tho de
mand of llioao toucher who wlvh
to avail theiiiHolvo of the opportun
ity to become more proficient In their
profiwtlon. Snd. To glvo thoao who
ilealro It. review work proparntory
to taking the Juno Htnto oxmnlnn-
tlou. Srd. To help tho students or
Crook county high achool, who need
apeelal work, nnd proapectlvo atud
euta who wlah to work for credit.
Credit will be given according to
quality mid itcope of work done.
The work to bo covered will In
clude the aiibjecl required for teach
er' car tinea tee mid diploma, agri
culture, uiethoda nnd handiwork.
Hpwlal attention will he Klven to
achool law, the atato con mo of Htudy
mid correlation of aubject matter.
The achool la In n poiltlon to glvo a
aplvHtlld lalwratory counm In agrl
eultura. Itoom and bonrd may bo had nt
Walker Hall, the air!' dormitory, for
$3.(0 per week and nt rwaMMiable
rate at other placs In Prliiwvllle.
TIhhih wInIiIiik to reglater Nhoiild
write Kuperlnteudent II. C. Itnugti
man at once nnd ahould be hero In
time to meet with tlm Imtriictora
and receive clan achedute Balurday,
May 18. Da. m.,lllgh ehool aaem
bly room. There will bo no charge
to iHitron from thl county or nny
other county. For further Informa
II. C. HAUOIIMAN'.
Adv 3. I'rliiovtllo, Oregon
NOItTII POIITUAN1), March 20,
Itecelpt for the week hnvo been: cat
tle 1161, calve 38, hogs 33'JC, hoop
Itecelpt of onttlo hnvo been light
tlit u'auklr nti.l litiiirnvml fliirnntiil aet
the price on nn upwnrd trend. Hulk
ateer price twenty-ftvo centn strong
er $7.75 to JS. Knncy cow brought
l(1.7S to 17 nnd othor butcher claaaea
void firm. Hog receipt alio light.
with good outlet. Hxtromn top 8.Hb
ri.llntr nrm llni nntlrn wink Diirlod.
Hhcop houio builnca brink nnd ac
tive. Itecelpt allowed nn Increase
over last week, llest wool Inmb
17 nnd shorn ahuff C.20; wouiera
10 mm owes ib.
Aold HtutTy Wlicty llrcntlilnt
TiLn Piilnv'a Hnnii v and Tar Com-
imiiml tnr nn InftainiHl and comteated
condition or tho air pasaages nnd
bronchial tube. A cold devolops
quickly If not checked and bronchi
tis. In grlppo nnd pnoumonln aro dan
gerous possibilities. Harsh racking
cough wenken tho system, hut hol
ey' Honey and Tnr I snfe, pure and
certain In results. Contain no opi
nio. Pnttoraon Drug Co. Adv,
SUM. CAUI.f)AI 01" IHVTATOIW.
Aotlng on tho iropoaltlon recolvvd
by Dr. P. H. Dcncor n nutnter of
N. P. WEIDER
Estimates on Wall Papr at
application Portland Prices
Cheapest and Dcst Wall Paper
Snmplos in tho county.
(let My PriceB.
Uox J)0, - - Bend Oregon
ruiichora melon Hnturdny nnd agreed
to make up a cnrlond of potntoo for
Nhlpment to Ht. LouIn, Tho cur' to
bo aent will tnko 22 ton for which
tlio ahlppura nro to receive $1.00 n
hundred t. o, b. enra. Othor ship
jiientn may bo mudo Inter,
WHEAT OUTLM PROPSING
f.nrgo Yield Menu Proupcrlly I'or
N'oi-tliMrat mid lU'iivlHn Here.
POIITI.ANO, March 23.-Tho atnto
of Oregon, Wiiahlngton mid Idaho
will produce it bumper trop of wheat
thla yenr. Hxporloncod grain men
predict mi outturn or nt leant 70,
000,000 biiahel or thl cereal In the
Theao vlewa urn bnaed on tho ro
innrknbly lino winter whont crop In
tho threo state. I'rom tho dnto of
planting to tho prevent time, nil con
dition of climate, soil nnd molnturo
hnvo been Ideal, nnd tho Incrcnuo of
acreage tin been about 10 per cent,
Heporta from Central Oregon oouti
He nro promising, nnd there Is every
renaou to believe that territory will
receive direct ns well na Indirect ben
efit from the crop prosperity of tho
A clever arrangement of pnlnt can a
nnd appropriate advertising material
form the basl of no exceedingly nt
tractive window In the Ilend Hard
ware Co. atoro thla week. A apodal
Tonture of tho dlaplny I a aot of old
weather limit on carriage K)kw with
half of tho Miirfneo of tho spoke
treated to ono coat of Aciuo Quality
Carriage Paint onch spoke" allowing
n different color of paint. The fol
lowing statement I made on ono of
the dlaplny onrda: "You cnu inako
your old buggy look new for n dollar
by the use of thla pnlnt."
with thl suggestion and tlio very
hiunll outlay necevaary, we ore sure
that nil of tho ahnbby vehicle In thU
territory will Immediately take on a
Ili-slde being good for nil kind of
vehicle, attractive dlaplny atgna II
luatrato In colors a great mnny other
use for thl wonderful paint In nnd
about tho home. Tho display Is
creditable ono nnd wall worth In
Kvarythlng In fishing tackle at
Kkiiiu Hardware Company, Adv.
HUT IN TH.I.AMOOK.
Hull ha beon begun by tlmbor In
toreata In Tillamook county to enjoin
tho payment of warranta ImumI by
tho county court for tho purchase of
road machinery. A similar case
brought by the Weyerhaeuser Inter
ests Is now pending In Klamath coun
ty. In iKith the grounds for tho milt
Is tlm fsct that the county has coc
ecodod tho legal amount of Indebted
ness, Kvorythlng In fishing tackle nt
Bkuso Hardwnro Company. Adv.
aiVKS INSTANT ACTION.
Tho Patterson Drug Co. report A
8INOI.1: DOSrS or simple buckthorn
bark, glyoorlno. otc. ns compounded
In Adlor-l-kn, the German appendi
citis remedy, stop constipation or
Kn on tho atomnch INSTANTLY.
Mnny Ilend pcoplo nro being
A Tow hours nt n nlco classy, clonn.
up-to-date placo especially prepared
for gcntlomon. will romovo nil worry
and troubles, Tho Metropolltnn.-Adv
The Barrels T
and Lugs of ov
STEVENSVH; Double and Single Barrel
Wtcklr Miu4 Mnt -ItVMSUT vtflt
Ur (( ttc ArniUUI. Ctapt't
limxl ! fM Ss M f km nr tU
I4kt 11 tUt, yMltUUTllI'MjVwt.
hum I'M ( fiuirtu Rnl" t0U4-t.
tWt. U lM M ttuu ITCVCKJ tnm r
lf-U M lM, 44 M Ul itu M-
l -, r(v iuk mcv..
It. STEVENS ARMS
yCHICOrU rAUS.MAf t.
Hoofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights,
Wear get a pair of
tho Shoo Ropnlr Man.
Bond Btreot, Bend, Ore
' N'orthonat of Ilond, March 20th.
Flrat church meeting nt Hlchnrd-
sou achool houso, Hundny nohool nt
10 n. m., preaching nervlco nt 11 a.
in. Hocond church mooting at Orange
Hall, Btinday nohool at 2 p. nv Third
church meeting at Arnold school
houso Hundny school nt 2 p. in.,
preaching nt 3 p. m. No collection.
KNSOIt WIOMOltB, Pastor.
At 10 a. m review or the Hundny
achool loaaon for the paat 3 montliM.
At 11 n. in., the aacratnont or the
U)rd Huppor will bo observed. Par
ent desiring to hnvo children bap
tized at this service should notify
the pastor before 10 a. m., Hundny.
All professing Christians are Invit
ed to participate with us In thl ob
servance. Kvenlug sorvlco at 7:30 o'clock.
Hpeclnl music by tho choir at both
service. O. II. WILKIN8, Minister.
Tho Methodist ladle are planning
nn Knster solo to be hold the day be
fore Kastor Saturday, April 11 In
O'Donncll'a Meat Market. Colored
Knster eggs will bo sold In combin
ation with tlio regular food sale.
MIIB. THOMPSON, Secretary.
Tho monthly buslnesa meeting of
tho Methodist l.adlca Aid Society will
bo held with Mr. It. M. Smith next
Wednesday at 2; 30.
HWJIHTHATION I'lOUItKH IVBN.
According to figures given out by
Secretary of Btnte Olcott, registra
tion nil over the stnto la proceeding
vnrv ntnu-lv. Hn Mr the Hoinocrata
aro showing great gain ovor ist
year. Tlio rogistraiion 10 oaio in
Crook county shows n total of 13C1.
of which C99 are Republicans, 611
Domncrata, 26 Progressives and 29
Cotnpleto lino of baseball goods at
HUuso Hardware Compnny. Adv.
NOTICi: OP CON'UiST.
Danartmont of tho Interior. United
Btato land olllce, Iikoviow, Ore
gon. March 12, 1914.
To Erik M. Anderson, 209 Washing
ton 8t., Seattle, Wash., Contested
You aro horoby notified that Mary
A. Johnson who gives 11 ox 327, Ilend,
Oregon, c-o 8, It. Ilogln. as her post-
omce address, uiu on ieceinuer ii,
1913, file In this office her duly cor
roborntod application to contest and
secure tho cancellation of your home
stead entry no.. Serial No. 04785
made June 30, 1911, for KV4, Sec. 1,
Township 22 8, Itango 1C E, Wll
lamotto Meridian, and as grounds
for her contest sho alloges that you
have wholly failed to establish and
maintain rcsldenco uiion said land.
hnvo wholly failed to cultivate and
Improvo tho samo na required by
law; and hnvo wholly abandoned tho
samo for inoro than ono year last
You aro, therefore further noti
ced that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this offlco rs having been
confessed by you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to he hoard there
in, olthor beforo this offlco or on ap
peal. If you fall to file in this offlco
within twenty days after the
FOURTH publication of this notico,
as shown below, your nnswor, under
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to tnoso allegations or con
test or If you fall within tbet timo to
Alo In thla offlco duo proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
Storage and Forwarding
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR, SALT, HIDES
FRESH and SALT MEATS
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
.The United Warehouse Co.
A, M. Pringle, Mgr. Bend, Oregon
tho said contestant olther In person
or by rcglntered mull, If this service
I mndo by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In por
on, proof of such sorvlco must bo
cither tho said contcntnnt'a written
acknowledgment of his rocelpt of tho
copy, allowing tho dnto of Ita receipt,
or tho affidavit of tho person by
whom delivered; If mndo by register
ed mail, proof of such sorvlco must
conulst of tho naidnvlt of tho person
by whom tho copy wn mailed stating
when and tho postomco to which it
wn mnlled, nnd this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho postmaster's
receipt for tho letter.
You should stnto In your nnswor
tho name of tho postomco to which
you dcslro futuro notices to bo sont
JAs. p. nimoRSfl,
Dnto of first publication March 18,
Dnto of second publication March
Date of third publication April 1,
Date of fourth publication April 8,
I. O. O. P.
Ilcnil Lodge No. 21H.
Regular meeting every Mon
day night nt 8 o'clock In Bath
er's Hall. Visiting brother
M. A. PAI.MEH, V. U
GEO. P. G'iv'E, Hcruiary.
Tin: pitATKitXAii imoTiinu-
Fiend Lodge No. 897 meet In
Batlior' Hail every Thursday
ovonlng, with social on third
Thursday onch r..onth. Visiting
members cordially Invltod.
Mrs. O. W. Shrlner, Pros.
Loroy Fox, Secretary.
Gore Lung and a Dry
Hacking Cough can b
relltvcd by using
Its effect In tho lung U
soothlnir and healing, very
gratifying to tboio who aro
racked by a painful cough. Re
lieves tightness, loosens
phlegm, clears tho volco of
hoarseness and quiet alt Irri
tated conditions, so that tho
sleep Is no longer disturbed at
rrlce 23e BOo and SLOO.
Bur tho 11.00 slxe. It con
tains flvo times a much a the
25c slxe, and you icet with each
bottle a Dr. Htrrick'a Rod Tcp
per rorous Plaster tor tho chest.
6Uphns Eys 8lv Is a htatlnfl
ointment tor oora eyes.
Patterson Drug Co.
ISUHIXKBH AND I'ltOPKHSIOXAIj.
ItOIIEKT II. (JOUM)
Attorney nt Law
Tho Dallos, - Oregon
Attorney At hnvr
Ornco In Jono Dulldlng on Wall
J. I. Hell A. V. 8lma
CltOOK COl'NTV AKSTIIACT
Successors to The J. If Haner
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllc, Ore.
W. W. FAULKNEIt, D. M. D.
Offlco Ovor Postonico
Ilond, ... Oregon
WILLAUD H. WIItTZ
U. C. CO E, M. D.
Physician nml Hurgeon
Offlco over First National Dank
Ofllco Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 1
to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m.
IlEND. :-: OnEOOV
RODERT V. SAWYER
NOTARY I U It MO
Dulletln Ofllco, Ilond, Oregon
C. S. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Dcnson Dulldlng. Wall Street
VERNON A. FORBES
First National Bank Building
Bend, :-: .-: Oregon
QEOI1GE 8. YOUNO
Civil ami Irrigation Engineer.
City Engineer of Ilend.
Room S First National Bank
II. H. Do ARM ON D
Satber Building Bend, Ore.
II. C. ELLIS
United States ComniUnloncr
First National Bank Building
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Offlco In Bather Building.
Hours 9 to 12, 1 to 5,
Sundays and evenings by
DR. A. B. CROPP
Ofllco In old Deschutes Bank
Dldg. Hours: 9-12. 1-5. At
Redmond Monday, Wednesday
and Friday until further notico
O. P. NISWONOER, Bend, Oro.
Licensed Embalnicr, Funeral
Pbone. Lady Assistant.
SWEATT, IEVESQUE & CO.
312 Mohawk Bldj,'.
Schools and Largo Buildings