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tiih iiknd nvhhmm, rend, ore., wkdnkhda. july j, ion.
NEW ZEALAND'S GUM MINES.
Qathsrlnfl Harvast Thai Rlptntd
Agta and Ao Ago.
Hutu dlKRlim III New Kvnlnnil ofrer
unit uf thy moat utiiiaiinl mwl Interest
Init forum of labor, pnrlly becnunu of
the i-iihu with whk'li tno work mny lw
cnrrlwl on mill partly hccntisu It I snlil
NiMr Zeuliinil l tlm only country whuro
uuni iIIkhIii U (Ioiio,
Orlirinnlly tint nm "wlilcli In now
liroimlit to HkIh rnino from tlm knurl
tree, which U now Henrnt, hut iirc nttu
went forontit of It pmhuhly i-onwd
inoHt of the northern purl of tlm
North Ulnnil. Thcuo fnrwttf weruHwept
nvvny iy fire, mid toiln.r tlio hinilficnp
In mostly low Inown lilllx with oeen
ftlomil swamps. Until burn ti-ry mis
lly, hut such im wiu nivered by tlm
dunk foniit debris oncnped tlio flro
llnrilened nml prenerved through tin
roiliitnhlu nuiM, thU In tlio mini thw
Ituiu dlcKor w'k today, lly piiylnK 5
nlillllimx n ymr ho iiiny wnrnlcr nml
tl where lip like orvr enormous arena
of uot eminent InniU. All thnt la re
Itilnil In n kind of apeitr to loin to thw
Itum. n npndu to dlu It nnd n Iiiik to
put It In At nlKht It In avrnpod nml
Horti-il, iiccnrdliiK to nine nml (iinllly
"In iIIukIiik," siij n writer In IVnr
ami's MiiKiuliif, "you uujuy nil the vx
lti'ini'iil of Kninbllnc without Incur
rluit tlx kIii Ami then to work for
yourself when you like, when you llki
nml how you llktt In (lellulitful beyond
hHlef, AIimi yon un1 fre to lv n
your fniK'y turn nml to Imvo hn ninny
frli'iidx hn you wloli or nn few."
Thv (lluintv U iilcitHiint. nml Ilia re
turns from tlio work, though not
nniiiielnlly Kniil. rnmriiiR from $ 1.7ft
day iipwnrd, nro pvrhup nil thut the
Mamin- Hum Hrnl
KkiiMt Hurdwitri Co, Ailr.
POWELL BUTTE '
(Contlnuail from parso 2.)
WiHlnwMlay, Juno 21th.
I'nrrol Ostium la taking oaro o tho
f'rls Holts plnco In tho nhsnnco o
Mr. Molly I'attnn, alitor of N. 1.
Alltty. rnmo ovnr from Opal City on
Thurnday for n brief visit jftho At
Mr. Alton Wlllooxon anil (laugh
tor Harriett, visited In Dcsohutos
nnd Ilend on Wednesday and Thurs.
day of lait week.
Mr. and Mm. 0. A Blmrhrm of Tn
romn, tlm Utter a sister of Mm. (I.
', Truoidalii, onnio In an tlio Thurs
day evfinlnx train for a week's vlilt
nt the Trursdalo homo.
H I) and W O Muatnrd return
fd from Hpoknno l'rldny whoro thoy
loft their fntlmr on tho rond to ro
Mr. nnd Mrn. 15. A. Ilimnott nnd
I-oyd, Mrn, Hholmrt nnd Minn Dolln
Onhurii utituml to I'rlnovlllo Krldtiy,
, Minn Vloln Trtioiidnlo roturnod
homo Thumdny from a wouk'N no
Jourrn lu Itodinond,
tiro. Ilohbn, who hfiN boon uomo
what unditr thn wonlhor for aovnrnl
dnyi, wnn Niilllclnntly rucovurod to
fnuko n trip to DcHohutitN Mondny,
MIhn Chiihliot, nlntor of Mrn, Karl
Korront, wnn thrown from a homo
I nut wmtk, MmtnluliiK Injuries which
conflnod hor to hor room for nuvurul
MIhn AukIo Yoiiiik of llnnd, who
Iioh hui'ti vInUIiik hoi ulntor, Mm.
Harry Hpocr nnd fnmlly, roturnod to
hur homo Hnttirday.
Frnuk HplnnliiK loft for hi homn
In Door Park, WnihliiKton, after n
two wnok'n Htny In thin noctlon.
A uoliy crowd vUltod thn Truon
dnlo homn Friday ovoiiIiik for tho
purpoao of cliarlviirliiK Mr. nnd Mrn.
Hlmchon df Tncornu who oro apoudltiR
tholr honoymooii In n vlnlt to tho
TrtK'Ndnln'N. A four homo tnnm to a
hay wnKon eonvoyod tho crawd, who
nftor NiirprlHltiK tlio tiowly woda pro
coodod to tnko thorn for u Joy rldo
with K. I. JuhtiHoira atoro on tholr
dcNtlniitloii. A two whculvd onrt
trnllod hohlnd tho wnRon wnn uaod na
n apaclnl convoyonco for thn Rroom.
Iltdns n NtrniiKor to our country nnd
not knowing of a atoro nt I'owdll
Iliittu Mr Hlmchon cnunod much ipor
rlmont nmonR tho crowd tion roach
IriK tho atoro by dcrlnrlnK hlmaolf u
hnnkrupt. hnvltiR loft hla pumo nt
homo. Mr Truoadnlo came to hla
roMciio, howovor, and tho trouta worn
Mr. and Mm. O. C. Truoadnlo. Mr.
nnd Mrn. O. A. Hlmchon and MIbncb
Viola, I'nullno nml Dorothy TrucMlnlo
mid Alvlu HIkkn worn ontortalnod
at tho A. W. Ilayu homo Hutidny nvon
Inn. Vocnt nnd liiNtriimontnl miialc
holiiod to own nwny tho ovonltiK In
tho co u mo of which lunchoon wnn
mirvod from prottlly, dcoorntod tallica
on thn porch.
N. 1'. Alloy vUltod homo folka nBt
urdny, roturuliiK to hla work at Cllno
Pntorn Hhot Oun nnd Itlflo nininu
nttton, Hkio Hardware Co. Adv
(Special to Tho Ilullotln)
MII.I.ICAN. Juno SO. Hahool elm
nd hare Juno SCth. Mian Vornlo Gar.
ko, tonohnr. loft for hor homo nt
Dry Jjiko Saturday,
A. T. Hhavor la now drllllnit a well
on tho l'von' hoineNtfnd.
AmniiK tho Kucntk at 'Mllllcan Inn"
tho pnit wcok wore- Hainuol Hill of
Mary hill, Waiti , II. U, llnwlhy, Htnto
Knitlnpor, Halotn, Oroffon; JudKO llor-
uard Daly, Inkovlow, OroRon; Itobort
C Johnion, roprontlnR tlio Oregon
Journal, Portland, OroRon; Dr. It. C.
Hill, Minneapolis Minn.; Win. M.
Ilarnott, wtfo and non, J. 0. Ilarnott,
Ouvita at tbo Contral Houio the
print wook woroi P. C, Johnaon, Im
porlul; II, Z. flrimth, Culvor, W. II,
Mnnlon, I'rlnovlllo; W. 0, Mnaon,
Ilurna; F. itniimoy, Hold, A. Mlckula,
Hold; A. J. Cnrr, Portlnnd; F. Por
clvnl, Mrothom; V, 8, Hnkry, Hroth
om; 7 8. Ilnrrott, Illvom, Won
lay Martin, Itlvora; Mm, Corn Martin,
mvom; Mm. w. It. (Jnroy, Illvornj T.
II. Hhnrkt llurna; Cnah Mnrtln, Hold;
P. II. CorToy, Hrothorn; Mr, and Mm.
McCollock of Hlnk.
Mrn. Kfllo Koppor vlnltnd at tho
Hchmoor homn a fow duyn laat wcok.
F, J. Ulndor camo put from Ilond
for an ovor Hunday vlnlt with hla fam
Mrn. I). K, Dnvla vlnltcd at tho
Moffott homo Monday.
Mr. and Mrn, Ollinoro nnd Mm. A.
D. Norton worn vlnltora nt MIrm
llrown'a homo Hunday,
Mrn. J. V. Fowlur of Portland,
OroRon, la vlaltltiK hor daiiKhtor, Mm.
I.. P, lloonoy.
Mm. II. K. DiivIb cnllod at tho Mo
Adow homo Thui-Hdny. Mra. McAdow
linn bri'ii qullo III for novornl daya
tho pnat wouk,
HHHItll'F'K HM.K ON K.XIICUTION
In tho Circuit Court or the Htnto or
OroRon for Crook County. How
ard J. I.lbby, Plaintiff vn. Wlnflolj
VHI:HI:AH, an Kxocutlon nnd or
der or aulo wna laaued In tho nhovo
entitled crtuio on tho 20th day or
Juno, 1914, upon n JudKinent thoroln
rendored. In fnvor of tho Plaintiff and
nnnlnnt tho Dofondont for the aum
or I22R.00, with intoroit thoreon at
thn rnto or 10 per cent pox annum
from November 14 Hi, 1912, nnd
$36 00 Attornoy a rcn nnd the fur
ther uuni of $11.00 conta which JudR
rviont wna docketed In tho oftlco of
tho Clnrk or aald Crook County on
tho 20th day or Juno, 10H; and
WHUKKA8, It wna further order
ed nnd decreed In anld milt thnt tho
following described roal eatato, to
wit: Weat half or tho Northweit quar
ter and thn Houthonit quarter or the
Northwest quarter nnd tho South
went qunrtor of tho Northoant qunr
tor, Hectlon Thlrty-ono (21), Town
hlp KlRhtcen (18). South or Kango
Thirteen (13) Knat or tho Willam
ette Meridian, In OreRon;
ho aold nccordliiR to law to aatlafy
aald Judgment, IncludliiR Attornoy'n
fcoji, coita and nccrulnic conta and tho
balance. If any to bo applied oa by
NOW TIIKKKFOllB, NOTICK 18
IIKItKIIY OIVKN that I hnvo duly
lovlod uon tho real entnto nltovo do
acrlbcd and thnt I will, on HATUIl
DAY, TUB 1ST DAY OF AUGUST.
I hnro built ncry brick liounc lu Ilend rrrrtcd by
WOUK Till! IICKT.
PIIKTHK THK U)WIMT. i
KATIHI'AUTION AIISOI.lTKIiY Ot'AHANTHKI).
SAND FOR SALE
Tho I Mi.! olilolnnblo nt tho lnt price lit largo or
I Imto tho rlii)ito prhllPRci for unnil In nil O. O.
I, (.'oinpiiuy illtrhrN,
Hoofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and SkylighU.
1014, nt tho hour of 2 o'clock In tho
aitornoon ttiereor, nt tlio Norm front
door of thn Court Houao In tho City
of Prlnovlllo, Crook County, OroRon,
noil, nccordlnR to law to tho hlRheat
bidder for aih, all tho rlRht, tltlo
and Intorcat or tho alovo named Do
rondant, on November 14 th, 1910,
111 nllft In (tin nlmvn Inanrllm.l l.nnl
or roal entnto, to aatlnry aald Judg
ment nnd nccrultiR coatn.
C. H. Ilonion, Attorney ror tho Plain
tiff. Frank Klklna, Hhorlff of Crook Coun
Dated July lat, 1014. 17-20 Adv.
NOT1CH OF CONTIC8T.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, United
Htnton Lnnd Ortlco, Lukevlow, Ore
gon, Juno 23, 1014,
To Fritz Andomon of Harrington,
You nro hereby notified that Nod
W. Colby, who give c-o Ilox 147,
llend, Oregon, na hla pout oftlco ad
d reioi, did on May 12, 1914, file In
th la ofllco hla duly corroborated ap
plication to content and necuro tho
cancellation of your Homestead, En
try No. 04641, Horlnl No. 01541,
mado April 24, 1911, ror HK4. Boc
tlon 1 nnd NB14 Hectlon 12, Town
shin 21 Bouth, Itnngo 17 Baat. WII
lametto Meridian, and na ground
ror bin content ho nllegcg that aald
Fritz Andomon linn failed to,eatahlbth
hla realdenco on aald tract; that he
lion failed to cultivate aald tract or
any part thereof; that aald entryman
haa abandoned aald tract for upwarda
or six months laat paat and that audi
folluro and abandonment wan not
duo to hla employment In tho army,
navy or marine corps or tho U, 8. In
tltno or war or otherwlae.
You are. thcroforo. further noti
fied that tho aald ollcgatlona will bo
taken by this ofllco na having been
confewed by you, and your aald entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo hoard thoro
ln, oltlior befora thla ofneo or on ap
peal, K you rail to file In this ofllco
within twenty dnys after thb
FOUltTH publication or this notice
as shown bolow, your nnawer, under
oath, apcclflcally meotlng and re
sponding to these allegations of con
test, or If you fall within tnat tlmo
to file in this ofllco duo proof that you
havo norved a copy of yoor answer on
tho said contestant either In person
or by registered mall. If this service
Is mndo by tho delivery of a copy or
your nnswer to tho contestant In par
son, proor of such aervlco must bo
either tlio contestant's written ack
nowledgment of hla receipt of the
copy, allowing tho date or Its receipt.
or tho affidavit or tbo porson by whom
uio delivery was mado stating
when and whoro tho copy was
dollverod; ir mado by registered
mall , proof of such service
I must consist of tho affidavit of tho
porson uy wnom tbo copy was mailed
'stating whon nnd tho post office to
which u was maiiou, and thla nffl
davit must bo accompanied by tho
postmaster's receipt for tho letter.
You should atato In your answer
tho narno of tho post ofllco to which
you dcslro futuro notices to bo sont
JAMBS F. DUItGESa, Reglstor.
Date of first publication July 1,
Date of second publication July 8,
Data of third publication July 16,
Unto of fourth publication July 22,
NOTICK FOIt PUIIMOATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. H.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
Juno 8, 1014.
Notice Is hereby given thnt Ora
C. Fllcklngor, of Ilend, Oregon, who
on February 14th, 1011, made Homo
stead Entry No. 08122, ror B Sec
tion 30, Township 20 South, Itango
17 East, Wlllamctto Meridian, has
filed notlco of Intention to make Fi
nal Throo Year proof, to cstabllatt
claim to tho land nbovo described,
boforo H. C. Ellis, U, 8. Commission
er, at Dend, Oregon, on the 18th
day or July, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Rob
ert Link, William J. McConnell, Otis
C. Honklc, Thomas Gray, all of Uend,
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Watch for the Sign
the Gasoline or Quality
Wherever you sec the Red Crown sign
you can buy an honest, reliable gasoline tlio
uniform quick acting clean burning kind
that gives you full power that costs you least
per mile. Red Crown is not a "mixture,"
but a straight distilled, refinery gasoline -the
ber the Standard Oil Company can make.
In gasoline, it is economy to buy the best.
Red Crown signs are furnished to all
dealers handling Red Crown Gasoline.
Watch for the Sign or ask our nearest agency
about delivery in bulk.
Standard Oil Company
All kinds or photography, resi
dences, business housed, picnic
parties, fnmlly groups and homo
Work to ploaso and prices to
Drop tno a card and I will call
Ilue your picture taken at
Residence, Kcuwood-ltcml, Ore.
MILK and CREAM
PHONE l'OUK ORDERS
O. C. CARDWELL
Farmers Phono No, l.
NOTICK OF KI.VAI. HKTTLEMKNT.
Notlco is hereby Riven by tho un-
doralgnod that ho haa mado and filed
with the clerk of the County Court
of Crook County, Oregon, hla Final
Account as Administrator of the Es
tate of ucorgo Aune. deceased and
thnt said Court has sot Monday, tho
3d day or August, 1914, at 10 o'clock
a. m. at tho County Court room in
Prlnevllle. Oregon, as tho tlmo and
plnco ror tho hearing and settlement
or said Final Account, at which tlmo
and place any person Interested may
appear and object to said settlement,
Anton Andreas Aune. as Adminis
trator ot the estate or George Auno,
C. 8. Reason, Attorney ror tho Ad
ministrator. Dated this 24th day of June, 1914.
NOTICE FOIt I'UIJMOATION.
Department of the Interior, U, S.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
May Eth, 1914.
Notice Is hereby given that Mildred
Dlladcau, assignee of Tokll Swanson,
deceased, of Ilend, Oregon, who on
Juno 6th, 1911, made Desert Land
Entry No. 09080, for lota 1-2 and E
tt NWV4, Section 30, Township IS
Bouth, Range 13 East. Wlllamctto
Meridian, baa filed notice ot Intention
to make final desert land proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before II. C. Ellis, U. 8.
Commissioner, at Dend, Oregon, on
tho 9th day of July, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ja
cob F, Tliomaa, Houry Btnrrs, Ralph
A. Dunn, Earl J, Dunn, atl ot Rend,
II. FRANK WOODCOCK, Reglstor
NOTICE OF OONTKHT.
Department ot tho Interior United
Htatos Land Offlco, Tho Dalles, Oro
gon, May 2C, 1914.
To Asahol L. Parker, of Pondloton,
Yon nro hereby notified that Jul
ius O. Hnndborg, who gives Rond,
Oregon, c-o box 147, as his post offlco
address, did on April 17, 1914, fllo
in this offlco his duly corroborated
application to contest nnd securo tho
cancellation of your homestead, en
try No. , Serial No. 08918, made
May IS, 1911, for E Section 20,
Township 20 8., Rango 17 E. W.
Meridian, nnd as grounds for
his contest ho alleges that said Asa
hol L. I'nrkcr has failed to establish
his residence on said tract; that bo
has failed to cultivate said tract or
nny part thereof; that ho has aban
doned said tract for upwards or six
months last past and that such fail
ure and abandonment was not dua to
his employment In the army, navy or
marlno corps or the U. 8. In timo of
war or otherwise.
You arc. therefore, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this offlco as having been
confessod by you, and your said en
try will bo cnncoled thorounder with
out your further right to bo heard
thoroln, either before this oillce or on
appeal. If you fail to fllo In thla of
flco within twenty dnys after the
FOUltTH publication of this notice.
an shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to theie allegations of con
test, or If you fall within th.-.t tlmo
to die In this omco duo proof that
you have served a copy of your an
swer on tbo eald contestant either In
person or by registered mall. If this
service is made by tho dollvery of n
copy or. your answor to tho contes
tant In person, prcof or such service
must bo either tbo said contestant's
written acknowledgement ot hla re
ceipt of tho copy, showing tbo dato
of Its receipt, or the affidavit of tho
person by whom tho delivery was
mado stating whon and whero the
copy was delivered; If mado by reg
istered mall, proof of such service
must consist of tbo affidavit of the
person by whom the copy was mailed
stating when and tho post offlco to
which it was mailed, and this affi
davit must bo accompanied by the
postmaster's rccolpt for the letter.
You should stato In your answer
tho namo of the post office to which
you deslro futuro notices to be sent
II. FRANK WOODCOCK. Register.
Date ot first publication Juno 10.
Date ot second publication June 17.
Date ot third publication June 24,
Dato.ot fourth publication July 1,
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tho Shoo Repair Alan.
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We nre now located In tho
Onrlll Uulldlng next to the
lillte Studio. Oood meals
served. Rread and all kinds
of pastry for sale.
....ROOMS AND BOARD....
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- niu.Mi ini
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Wp aro equipped to do
anything In tho machlno .
line, fiavlns; Installed
new machinery with
which wo can handle any
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Repairing a specially
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Modcrnto Prices $
j Modern Rooms J
i Attractive Surroundings
Steam Heat, Hot and Cold
? Water With Rath Privileges
Homo Cooked Meals i
2 Miss A. I. Spalding, Proprietor 5
Is It Done Right?
Is Bend's Leading Hotel
It Is n fireproof building
It la thoroughly modern
It la comfortable, commodious, clean
ROOMS FROM OO CIJNTS UP
MKALS FRO.M 23 CUNTS UP
Tlio wants of nil nre satisfied well at
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