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TIIK UKXI) IIUI.MSTIN, 11KN11, OIU.., VKINK8IAY, MAY C7, 1011.
SEVERAL CREWS NOW
NKW AUTO TnUCK AUMV1.H
Sftltiman, IMbblo nud Collins, who
opcrnto tho Ucnil-lturna Auto Stnpo
lino, havo bou Kht n now nuto truck
for uso in thotr frolRlitliiR business.
It Is n ono nml n half ton Unlvorsnl
with worm ilrlvo geared to 35 miles
nn hour, nnd with It it Ik expected
tbivt tho trip to Uurns will bo mmlo
In ono day,
Lnnri Clnssillcntlon Work llclng Done
at Dm In Lnko and on West Fork
of Desclintcn New Ilrldf-vsi nro
Jtnllt nnd Itomln nro l'Innncd.
Activity of various sorts Is Just
now engaging tho attention of tho
Forest Scrvlco in this neighborhood,
covering matters from land clnral
flcntlon to brldgo building, accord
ing to reports brought In by Super
visor M. L. Merrltt. who returned on
Thursday from a trip through tho
country to the south.
Up at Davis Lake a party of four
under Ranger J. A. Urlnkloy Is ex
nmltflng all open land along tho lako
shore with a view to ciassincation,
and a party of two under Rangor
Curl are engaged In the samo work
on tho meadow and low land for sev
ernl miles up and down the river
from tho Wickiups ranger station.
Off to tho north the telephone line
has been flntshed from Allen's ranch
to tho Indian Reservation nnd tho
Alllngham brldgo will bo finished this
week. The Davis creek bridge Is
finished and ready for the heaviest
Oa this trip Mr. Morrilt visited
tho crews In the Held nnd then went
down to Odell nnd Crescent Lakes
on a sort of scouting tour to look
for routes for future road building-,
lie found a feasible route on which
the cost of construction would bo
small and is hopeful of being able
to begin on It soon.
The fire situation, according to Mr.
Merrltt, is greatly improved by tho
heavy rains that havo fallen recently
so thatno danger of fire Is expected
for the next few weeks. Flro guards
have been established already at tho
Paulina and Sisters rangor stations
and later, when the ground has dried
again, provisions for the whole for
est for the coming summer win bo
Ladles, tho Skuso Hardware Com
pany havo n compioto now lino of
white enamel waro.- Adv.
NORTH PORTLAND. May 22.
Receipts for the week, havo boon, Cnt
tln 10G3, calves 05, hogs 4188, -hoop
6099. Livestock liquidation last
eek wns sumovhnt llghtor than tor
tho snrna period n week ago, In at
lines except hogs, which showed con
siderable 'increase. Cnttlo prices
woro steadier and further docllnes
were not registered. Buyers gnvo
?.S0 to $7.75 for best light hay fod
steers. JG.50 to $0.75 for good cows
nnd nil othor cnttlo prices woro equal
ly steady. The feature of tho ses
sion was ono load of firm grain fed
steers Monday at S cents. Notwlth
stndtng a liberal run of awlno. prices
hold steady throughout. Tho best
grades of light hogs selling at $8.25
for tops. Outlet broader. Mutton
receipts wcra smaller nnd mostly
from Willamette valley points. Top
on best grado valley yearlings 5,
Spring lambs sold Thursday at $C
but showed further weakness pt closo
of week's business. Ewes woro tho
firmest class In tho layout, soiling
steady $4 to $4.26.
URAL KSTATK TKANSFKIIS.
(Issued by Crook Cnutnjr Abstract
N. P. Railway to Prlnovlllo Land
& Livestock Co. 8E SB 31-1312,
D. Ferrcll to Robort A. Puctt SW
Hdwln B. llnlterore to Robort 13.
Rlngo NB SB 3417-13.
Hand Park Co. to Eniiira V. MoKny
It. 7, blk. 103, 1st ndd lloml Park,
C. R. Kurrlo to Jntucs B. Rood
It, 2, blk. G3, Center add llond.
Klla Nora Puolt to II. Forroll. Htt
SW. SB, NW. It. 4, 31-1B-10.
itoltt, A. Puott, to 11. Ferrull 8 to
SW 11; WH NW 1417-11.
LUtlo Ynndorpool to J. I). Uvnns
3-6 Interest 813 NW, NS SW, SW,
Blmor Nlswongor to Luolln How
ard It. 10, blk. 17, WtoHtorln.
Cnrl N. Bhrot ct nl, to W. T. Wil
liamson It. C, blk. 16, Redmond.
N. P. Ry. Co. to Lysnmler s. Lo
gan, NH SW, 27; NM SB 2820-20
Ada Mosor to F. M. Uooth 84 NIC
John 11. Wcnnndy to Francis A,
McMonnmln Its. C, 7, blk. 20, llend.
N. P. Ry. Co. to Chns. Iloyd SB
SW. SW SB, 21-17-13, $000.
8nme to samo NW NB, NB NW.
W. S. Rodman to O, K. Olson Its,
1 nnd 2. Fair Acres add Rodmond.
llond Securities Co. to O. B, Hen
lino It. 16, blk. 7, Rlvorsldo,
Desert Land Doiinl to II. Splnlng
ctf. of proof BJ4 NW 0-1014.
Tuninln Project contracts from tho
statu or Oregon to tho following por
tions havo boon Mod.
William Drown NB SW 8-1(112.
W. P. Ueorgo 4 ) SW SW, SW SI.
33, NW NB, NB NW 371011.
(loo. W. Snydor SW NW 217-11.
Mnry F. Mulky, 12) NB SW, NW
Frank V. Swisher SW 8B 33-10-11.
I.ImIo M. Coon (3) SB NIC, NB NB
Klla Norcott NW 8V 171013.
John It. Couch (2) 8W8I., NW HK
Anton F. Will (3) NW NW.NK
NW, NW NB, 22-10-11.
S. H. King (0) SW SB. SB 8W,
NB SW. NW8B.8W NB. BV4 of SB
J. N. II. (InrkhiK (R) NB SB, SB
NB. NB NB, NW NB. NB NW, SB
NW. SW NB. NW SB 13-1011.
Nancy R. Noblo to Karl N'oblo SB
8W, BH of 8W 8W 2G-12-12.
Perry L. Smith to Win. It. Shelley
NB NW 201413, $1800.
J. II. Oterdoom Jr to Roppel II,
MuUlg deed It. 8, blk. 2; It. 11 blk.
Vja i at the touch
The BRICK GARAGE
ON JIONIl HTIUWT
WILL IIB COMPI.KTCD IN A COt'PLB OK WHI.I.H
TIiIn Milt li (lit- largest nml IicnI
gnnigo liulldliiK lit CViili nl OitKiii,
Arniugo Now I'r
HTORAOH AT MODBKATB IIATI.N
llK'H Repair Work nt I'alr I'llccn
Wo DIstrllMito ClinliiiorN te Hiuoii Curs nnd Heldcn Triirku
TFo Eond Garago Company
H. i:. Hardy
II. II, DruiiUa
T. W. Hardy
l i inan-a-asi i ii iiimini ii n n iiiinin i ,i mi iiiimi n scass-g-gaa
Get Wise, Let Wyse do It. Adv.
Those Planted Last Summer Show
The eastern brook trout that were
put In the river last summer with
other fry from the State Fish Hnch
ery are apparently thriving. A num
ber of them have been caught by lo
cal fishermen this spring and all show
a' good growth, one caught recently
(y Paul Garrison being nino Inches
To obtain data with respect to tho
brook trout In tho Deschutes, Clyde
McKay, the local fish and gamo war
den, 1s anxious to have reported to
him all catches of these fish. He
wishes to know the size of the trout
and the place where caught and asks
for the co-operation of local fisher
men in this matter.
Bible school 10 a. m. Preaching
service 11 o'clock. Young Peoples'
meeting 7 p. ra. Preaching service
at 8. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening 8 o'clock.
A few hours at a nice classy, clean,
up-to-date place especially prepared
for gentlemen, will removo all worry
and troubles. The Metropolltan.-Adv
A SOCIALIST'S CORRKOTIO.V.
To The Editor:
We wish to call your attention to
rn error you made In regard to a
statement concerning the first womao
candidate for county office In this
In The Bulletin of May 20 you
stated "Miss Claudia Wonderly of
Prlnevllle won the Republican nomi
nation for clerk and becomes the
first woman nominated for a county
office in Crook county."
In the campaign of 1912 the So-,
clallst Part of this county placed a
woman. Mrs. Delia Nichols of Lald
law, on the ticket for County Super-,
tntendent of Schools, sho being tho
first woman nominated for a county
office in Orook county and we desire
that tho Socialist Party be glveU
credit for the same.
A Socialist Subscriber.
Let Wyse do your cleaning. Adv.
CATKItPILLAIt FOK IIAKNRY.
Farming machinery which arrived
In town recently will give tho papers
ot Uurns another opportunity to cry
"To Dreak up Harney County," as
they did last year on a similar occa
sion. The reason Is tho same, a
caterpillar engine and brnsh puller
that W. O. Howe of Burns la taking
in to break the virgin ground of that
county, The outfit left town .last
week and will take several dayB in
getting to Its destination.
SIGNS FOR SALE.
'For Kent," "For Sale," "Rooms
to Let", "Housekeeping Rooms," "No
Admittance," "No Smoking," etc.,
etc., Placards printed in largo type
on heavy brlstol board, 15 cent euch,.
lets In quantities. HulleUn Office. 12tf
Again, the third and we bopo tho
last time, we have the services of n
shoe shining artist, Mr. Ed Walker
arrived Monday morning from Be
attle. Drlng your shoes, with or
without feet. Open Sunday fore
noons, baths, candy, tobacco, shines,
etc. The Metropolitan, Adv.
I WILL FURNISH
for planting for
n half interest
in the crop.
Hartwig. Millicnn, Ore.
With a cood oil cook Move there's no tlelnv or
bother no lucrine of wood, coal or ashes. There'
no smoke no waiting for tho fire to "catch up". Cook
ine starts at onco and when vou'ro throueh vou aimnlv
turn off tho heat no fuel wasted. Tho
OIL COOK STOVE
la not just a "quick lunch, light housekeeping affair.
it is a complcto all 'round stovo Hint you can hake,
broil and roast on just as well as on a wood or coal
range and a lot cheaper. Best of all it doesn't
overheat tho kitchen. An ideal summer stove.
Doesn't smoke. Doesn't taint tho food.
Standard Oil Company
FOR s luiuurxua;
BEST RESULTS -1 Bend
USE PEARL OIL
The Miller Lumber Company
Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
NEW AUTO TRUCKS
Will be put on between Dencl nnd Silver Lako April 1.
UEND-LA I'INE S2.G0
HEND-FOHT HOCK J4.C0
UEND-SII.VEK LAKE.. $5.00
will bo chnrKcd on all Express and HauKaffo.
Reduction in Prices
of MAZDA Lamps
25 watt lamps 40c 35c
40 watt lamps 40c 35c
60 watt lamps 50c 45c
1 00 watt lamps .... 80c 75c
Bend Water Light (3b Power Go.
TIckrtN on Hnla
Junr I to Nrptcmltrr IK)
I'ltml Itrtur). Limit
Witts MlH-rol Hlonuier
Tin Clio I'rUIIrurn
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
OltKOOX.WAHIIIVHTO.V ItAII.KOAl) A .VAVItJATIO.V CO.
OltKUO.N HIIOIIT MNi:, I'MO.V I'ACII'IC nnd cwiineclloiw
REDUCED ROUND-TRIP FARES
ritiOMft In the KoIIohImk Mutt
Dcnrcr flfl.tMi l 1ec.ii" Help Vou 1'lnn Votir
Colorado HjirliiK tt.1.00 Trip .Now,
Outalm . 110.00 . For ,clllUr Inroriuntloii,
KnntwN Clljr ""(m lfir,..
Ht. I'm ill 00.00 Mllll ' A A, -
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CliicliUKitl HI, 10
New York City lOH.no
HoNtori 1 10.00
Other Kunlcrti CltleN nt Corrr-i
June 7 to 11 Inclusive, to
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Portland Rose Festival
Four Days of Dazzling Attractions June 0-12
DTI! MAIUNi: l'AOKANT,
COIIONATIOX. It O H K
HIIOW. .MIUTAHY DIH.
JOT1I Vh Oil Mi I'AIIADKH.
VAI. HANI) CONTESTS.
1 ITII II VMAN IlOHHIlUn
1'AHADi:. NATIONAL lh.
IX)ON 11ACI3. (1UIMT
CAIj I'AItAIin AT NK1MT.
.90 rom Be"d
Limit June 15. Details on application to
J. H. CORBETT Bend, Oregon
See Clatsop Beach on the Oregon Coast, one-day side
trip, from Portland.