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TIIK I1RNH 11ULLCT1N, IIKNI), 0I1B., WKONKHDAV, JUNK t,Jfttt.
MOVIE MAN WILL BE HERE
Representative of Pathe Company, Who Filmed Harney
County Last Year Will Cover Oregon Trunk
Pictures Show Him at Work with Camera
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Whit Call Moanttla
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I'ATIIK Itni'ItlWKNTATIVi: AT WOHK IX ORHGON, WASHINGTON AMI .MONTANA.
Control Oregon nnd tho Wlllain
tltu vnlloy will to not In inutlon 011
plcturo scrovna aver tho country ns
tho result of tho Interest In motion
pictures taken l.y l.aul W. Hill, of
tho Great Northern railway. Ralph
Knrlo, reprt-sontlnK tint Pathn Com
IHiny, w (nko n do r I on of picture
nloin: tho Oregon Trunk, coiiiIiir to
KntcrprfnliiK Koutlirrn Comiuunlly
Itutrrtnlim I loyally on Fourth.
Alvln 8. Hawk, who wm hr on
Monday, kIvc tho following prayirnn
of Fremont's Fourth of July Cele
bration, to which pooplo from nil
parts of Central Oronon nro Invltod.
Invocation, Rending, Declaration
of Indopondcnco, tnuilc, selection,
ohorua of 100 voices, address, Prof.
Storey, nnvll chorus, Fremont ItrnsH
Band nnd chorus of 100 voices, ad
dress Mr. Mattock, selection Fremont
llnnd, voting contest for selection of
most popular lady. Daso linll, La
Pino vs. Fort Hook, Junior haao hall,
CouKnr Vnlloy vs. Fremont, tug-of-wnr,
Kllvor Lake vs, Fort Hock, sack
race, free for nil men, orr rnco, frro
for nil ladles, three legged rnco, freo
for nil men.
100 ynrd danh, free for nil men.
Vt yard dnsh. freo for nil men. Duck
InK contest, freo for nil, saddle race,
free for nil, pony race, freo for nil,
Indies, haao hnll, winners morning
Kama vs. Fremont.
Ilnwnry danco 8 to 10; regular
danco from 10 o'clock.
CALL FOR 1111)8.
Soalod hlds will bo recelvod nt I.n
Pino for Bchool District No. 43, for
tho building of n. bnsomont nnd fur
nlshlng matorlal for aamo. Tho base,
ment to bo built of stono or comont
lllds must bo In beforo 13 o'clock
noon July 0, 1014. Tho school board
reserves tho right to reject any nnd
The BRICK GARAGE
ON 110NI) HTltlHCT
WILL 1IH OOMPLKTKO IN A COUPLK OF WKKKH
This will bo tho largest nnd best
KUMKQ bulldliiK I" Central Oregon.
Arrnnco Now For -
BTOItAOK AT .MODKItATK 11ATK8
ICxpert Hcpnlr Work nt Flr Prlcen
Wo Dlstrlhuto Chalmers fii Ha.on Cars nnd Heldeij Trucks
1Tb Bond Garage Company
It. E. Hardy
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1 Bond probably curly In July,
I Lust year Mr. Knrlo visited llar
1 ney county (or iiKrlculturnl picture
, nml thoy wore displayed nil over tho
United State under tho caption "Oi
pnrtunllles nml a Million Acre." In
Mny tho picture conununciil tho tour
of Kuroponu plcturo tliontres nml
I'nrU motion picture pnpurs rocantly
nil Mils. Pinna and Bpocirtuntlona may
ho sn nt I.u Pino. C V. Cnrmi
NOIITII PORTLAND, Juno 19.
Itoeolpts for tho week have been:
rattle lbll, calves 71. hogs. 2433.
sheep 8004. Cattla tir'ces ntendy to
firm all week. Hecelpts of fair vol.
utile, especially first half of period.
Good grass steers sold 7.25 to $7. CO,
light hay stuff 57.76. Ilutcher slow,
duo to Inferior stuff offering. Tho
1 hog market maintained Its strength
throughout tho week, with buying
demand keen nnd outlet strong. Bx
tromo top at week's close $9.10. with
bulk going nround 8 cents and $8.05.
Sheep houso a very snappy depart
ment, with a steady call for smooth
. fat mutton nnd lambo. Fancy year
'lings nt $4.76 rnd $6 featured. Ewes
1 ranged from $4. to $4.2G. Lamb
buying was on a $0 basin and tho
trade could havo used more than
Get lllil of tho Torment of lllietitnn
tlsm. Itomomhor how spry and ncth'o
you wore before you had .rheumatism,
backncho, swollen, aching Joints ind
stiff, painful muscles! Want to fool
that wny again T You can tnko Fo
loy Kldnoy Pills, For they quickly
clear tho blood of tho poisons that
cnuso your pain, misery and torment
ing rhoumntlsm. Adv. Patterson
NOTICU OF FINAL 8KTTLKMKNT.
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned that ho has mado nnd fllod
with tho clerk of tho County Court
T. W. Hnrdr
Miking Movies of Agricultural
frnn pictures of Harney county scenos
I In n descrlptlvo atory of tho Oregon
Mr. Knrlo will vlilt tho town nlonR
tho Oregon Trunk Hallway, film tho
Irrigation projects nml secure general
pictures to show tho opportunities
for nowooniors In this port of tho
of Crook County, Oregon, his Final
Account ns Administrator of tho Ks
tnto of Oeorgo Auno, deceased nnd
that said Court has set Monday, tho
3d day of August. 1014, nt 10 o'clock
s. in. nt the County Court room in
Prlnevllle. Oregon, ns the time and
place for tho hearing and settlement
of said Final Account, at which ttmo
nnd placo any person interested may
appear nnd object to said settlement.
Anton Andreas Auno, ns Adminis
trator of tho estato of Oeorgo Auno,
C. S, Denson, Attorney for tho Ad
ministrator. Dated this 24th day of June. 1914.
Roofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
All kinds of photography, resi
dences, business housos, picnic
parties, family groups and homo
Work to plcaso and prices to
Drop mo a card and I will call
Havo your plcturo takon ut
Itesldeuce, Kenwood-llcnd, Ore.
Wear get a pair of
tho Shoo Repair Man.
Bond Btreet, Bend, Ore'
HIMNH FOIt HALE.
"For ItentV" "For Hnle," "Ilooms
io Let", "Housekeeping Kooms," "No
Admittance," "No HmoklnK," etc.,
etc., Placnrds printed In largo type
on heavy brintoi board, IS ten I rncli,
lews In itinjitiUo. Ilulletln Ofllco. 12tf
FOR KENT Two room suites fur
nished for light houso keeping.
Honklo & llynn. 12tf Adv.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior United
Htntes Land Ofllco, Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, May 26, 1014,
To Aimliel L. Parker, of Pendleton,
You nro hereby notified that Jul
ius rf). Handbnrg, who gives llend,
Oregon, c-o box 147, as hlu post ofllco
nddrnss, did on April 17, 1914, file
in this ofllco his duly corroborated
application to contest and secure the
cancellation of your homestead, en
try No. , Borlal No. 08918, mado
May lf, 1011, for KA Section 29,
Township 20. 8., Itango 17 E. W.
Merldlnn, and ns grounds for
his contest ho nlloges that said Asa
hot L. Parker has failed to establish
his residence on said tract; that ho
has failed to cultivate said tract or
my part thereof; that ho has aban
doned said tract for upwards of six
months last past and that such foli
um nnd abandonment wns not duo to
his employment in tho army, navy or
marine corps of tho U. 8. in tlmo of
war or otherwise.
Yni are, therefore, further noti
fied that the said allegations will bo
tr.kun by this ofllco ns having been
confessed by you, and your said en
try will bS'Cnncelod thereunder with
out your further right to bo heard
therein, ol'.her before this ofllco or on
appeal, If you fall to file in this of
llco within twenty days after tho
FOURTH publication of this notice,
as shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and 'c
spondlng to tueio allegations of con
test, or 1 you fall within thr.t time
to fllu In this ofllco due proof that
you have Served a copy of your an
swer on tho cnid contestant either In
person or by registered mall. If this
service la mado by the delivery of a
copy of your answer to tho contes
tant In person, prcof of such service
must bo olther tho Mid contestant's
written ncknowledgcmsnt of his re
ceipt of tho' copy; showing the date
of its receipt, or tho affidavit of the
person by whom tho dolivery was
m dc stating when- and whero the
ropy was dollverod; it made by reg
istered mall, proof of such servioo
must consist of tho affidavit of the
person by whom the copy was mailed
stating when nnd the post office to
which It waa mailed, and this affi
davit must Imj accompanied by the
postmaster's receipt for tho icttor.
You should statu In your answer
the namo of tho poet ofllco to which
you ileslro future notices to bo scut
to you.. .
II. FRANK WOODCOCK. Register.
Da to of first publication Juno 10,
Date of second publication Juno 17,
Data of third publication Juno 24,
" Dato of fourth publication July 1,
Storage and Forwarding
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR, SALT, HIDES
ERESH and SALT MEATS
HAMS, BACON AND LARD:
T& United Warehouse JCo.
., - .T 1 . JSP
A. M. Pringle, Mgr. Bend, Oregon
O'PONNELL BROTHERS '
NOTICE FOR J'UIILU'ATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Ofllco at The Dalles, Oregon,
May 5th, 1914.
Notice Is hereby given that Mildred
Illladeau, assignee of Tokll Hwanson,
decontod, of Dcnd, Oregon, who on
Juno Cth, 1911, mado Desert Land
Entry No, 00080, for lots 1-2 nnd E
NWV, flection 30, Township 18
Boutli, Kongo 13 East, Wlllnmetto
Meridian, has filed notlco of Intontion
to ninko final desert land proof, to
establish claim to the land nbova de
scribed, before II. C. Ellis, V. B.
Colnmlsslonor, at Ilond, Oregon, on
tho 9th daof July, 1914. 1
Claimant names as witnesses: Ja
cob F. Thomas,. Henry Starrst Ralph
A. Dunn. Earl J. Dunn, all of llend.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK, Register
OREGON TRUNK TRAIN
Arrives 8 a. m.
- Leaves 8:30 p.m.
O-W. It. & "K. TRAIN.
Arrives ....7:46 p. m.
- Leaves ...7:26 a. ru.
8TAGK LINK HOUTII.
Arrives 7:30 p. m. -
Leaves 10 a. m. -
Cars daily to Iiurns and points
south nnd southeast.
General dolivery open dally
9:30 a, m. to 0 p. m.
- Goncral delivery open Sunday
9:30 to 10 a, m. -
- Night train mall closes 7 p. m.
- Day train mall closes 0:30 a. m.
TELEGRAPH HOl'RH. -
Western Union dally 7-12,1-0,
7-10. Sunday 8-10, 4-6.
- TELEPHONE HOURS.
Pioneer Co., twenty-four hour
service, Including Sunday.
J, O. O. F.
Henri Lodge No. 218.
Regular meeting every Mon
day night at 8 o'clpek In Salt
er's Hall. VIsltlifK brother
MA. PALMER, N. 1.
GEO. P. G'vE, rt"croiar'.
THE FIUTr.RNAL UROTHER
HOOD. nond Lodge No. 897 meets In
Bather's Hnll ovcry Thursday
evening, with social on third
Thursday each rontb. Visiting
mombora cordially Invited.
Mrs. O. W. Shrlner, Prcs.
Loroy For, Secretary.
ROYAL NEIGH DORS OF
Unnner Camp No. 00.11.
Regular meetings second and
fourth Tuesdays, Bather's Hall.
MRS. J. 1L CONNARN, Oracle.
MR8. A. ORCUTT. Recorder.
11U8INES8 AND PROFESSIONAL.
ROIIERT II. GOULD
Attorneys at law
Tho Dalles, - Oregon
RORERT W. SAWYER
NOTARY VVK LI O
Bulletin Office, Dcnd, Oregon
S. R. HOOIN
Ruslncss boforo tho U. S. Land
office a specialty. Twonty Ave
ytrnrs experience In practlco bo
fore tho local U. S. Land Office
and the departments At Wash
ington, D. C. Offices over tho
Deschutes Stato Hank.
IJENIi :-t :: OREGON
J. IS. Hell A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J. H Honor
Abstract Co., Prlnevllle, Oro.
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
OOlco Over Postofflce
Bend, - Oregon
WILLARD H. W1RTZ
I'. O. COE, M. Bv
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First National Banlc
Offlco Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 1
to 3 and 7 to S p. m.
I BEND. -: OREGON 1
C.' 8. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Benson Building, Wall Street
VERNO.V A. FORBES
" First National Bank Building
Bend, :-: :-: Oregon
GEORGE S. YOUNG
Civil ani) Irrigation Engineer.
City Engineer of llend.
Room S First National Banlc
II. II. D e A It M O N D
' Satber Building Bond, Oro.
H. O. ELLIS
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
DR. J. II. CONNAriN
OCSco In Sather Building.
Hours 9 to 12, 1 to 6.
Sundays and eveplngs by
.' Appointmont. -
DR. A. B. CROPP
Office over Miller Lumber Co.,
Wall Street. Hours: 9-12, 1-5
O. P. N1SWON0ER, Bend. Ore
Licensed Enibalnicr, Funrrul
Phone. Lady Assistant
GEO. B. WHITCOMB .
For water and mineral
Post ofllco addreqp
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