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(Continued from ixiro 2.)
od. Mnssrii liny Holioo nml liny Ar
olmr, two ltodinoiHl musicians, fur
nished tlio lunula,
I-oyd IltiRiiutt Itnil luminous wh oh
cnllod him to 1'rlnovlllo Friday ittitl
iiyftlii on Hiiudny.
Mr. .lones, (no I'rlnovilln niioop
ninu, who hoiiKht an olghty ncro nl
fnlfn linnturo from A. II. Hliotlo. turn-
! oil n IrtfKO liiinoli of slump lit Momlny.
Miss ii.noy uamtiDoii it nil uiyii lion-
' artn of Itmlmnnd woio Hundny miosis
nt tho Allon Wlllcoxon homo.
Mr. and Mrs. lltissntt unlortnlnoil
Nov. nnd Mrs. Ilyars of Iludinonil,
Mm. Ida Morso, nnd Aria nml Clnrko
Moria nt dinner Hundny.
A largo crowd onjoyod tlio Harmon
liy Hnv. llynrs at tlio "Wilson school
Hev. nnd Mm. Cook liavo rnttirnad
from Fossil nnd nro iwinln IWIiik on
tholr farm nt tlio Duties.
Next Hundny at tlio Kdwards school
liouio Itov. Oook will deliver a sor
mon, with tlio Huroponn was as a
nithJocL AH oordlnlly Invited, tlmo
3i30 p. ni.
I'rod Drown nnd Mm. Annos tontn
of Redmond woro Kiiost nt tlio H. A.
Husscttt homo Hundny.
(Hpoolnl to Tho llullotln),
PINKIIUHBT. Oct. 11. 0.
Hnydor wont to Laid law on Inislnofln
Mr. nnd Mm. Bwlohor wont to
Mm. Clnyton Hood nnd clilldron of
Ijoclc Islnnd, III,, nro vlsltlnir lior
niollior-ln-lnw, Mm. A, If, Hood.
I. 10. Wlmor wnn n htislnoss cnllor
In tldiitl oiio dny hint wook,
II. II. Iltiyloy Hindu h trip to llond
Mm. Ilnxal Ulntrlok cnllod on hor
Hlhol Hnydor. who linn lioon stale
with appendicitis, In rojmrtoil much
Mr. nnd Mm. McAllister woro cnl
lorn In llond Friday.
Mr. nnd Mm. John Stylos nnd Hon
Clcmmlt, woro dlnnor fttiosts of. Mr.
nnd Mm. (). W. Hnydor Thumdny.
Mm, I. K, Wlmor tnndo n trip to
Mm. Dolln Nichols and Minn Kdnn
Hoot cnllod on Mm. Lovoronz nt
Bohool fluporlntondanl Myon vis
Hod tho I'lnohurst school Wodnos
dny. Ksthor Dietrich spont Hundny at
tlio Bnydor homo.
Mr. Chnpmnn was In llond ono day
Ilnttlo llornar spent Hundny with
.Vlolut and Myrtlo HpituRh,
(Bfaclal to Tho Uullolln)
CLOVCKDALK, Oct 13.-
Why you should
Republican Candidate for
United States Senator
Are you tatter off now than you were
under a Republican administration?
Aro you satkftal?
Ef you beliove in tho principles of tho
Republican Party, if you aro convinced
that these principles are best for the Coun
try, then prove it, by voting for your
standard bsaror, Robert A. Booth, Repub
lican candidate for the United States Senate.
You know that under RepuMtaM
presidents the people of the United States
have good Limes.
You know that under Democratic
presidents you have Democratic times.
Remember the prosperity under Mc
Kiniey, Roosevelt and Taft.
Remember the conditions under Cleve
land and Wilson.
Tho issuo in this campaign is not ono
of personality. It is not one of non
partisanship. It Is a question of whether
you prefer prosperity under Republican
Do -you have enough work? Are
your wages good? Is your business what
you want it to be?
If you are satisfied with present con
ditions, well and good; if you believe that
the present situation is better than under
McKinley, Roosevelt and Toft, yon know
what to do.
The way to bring back prosperity to to
help elect a repubUcan Senate. The Re
publican candidate ht Oregon to R. A vftootkn
This to a Republican year. Vote the
(Paid Advertisement, Republican State Central Committee,
Imperial Hotel, Portland, Oregon)
Hhnw and wlfo woro Hand guosta tho
lust or tho wook,
0. McKlniioy or Hlstors hns movod
his rmully from Main strcot to tho
Thursday 10, L, Wntdron wnn
grinding feed for Clovordnla nolgh
liors nml this wook ho vlll crliid for
Curtis Christy hns n brother visit
Iiik him front Cullfornln.
This part of tho country Is millo
nvouly divided on tho division of tho
county uuofltion. '
Two outlltN aro still threshing In
this vicinity, showing moro nnd hot-
tnr grain than was over rnleod horu
A ronl prlso Imhy for Clovordalo
was horn to Mrs. C. N. ICruohok last
Unturdayn girl wolght 7V4 pounds
mother nnd child nro doing nlcoly.
A. 1'rossor tnndo n visit to his
daughter Mrs. C. W. Kruchek Inst
woek. Ho canto up from llond with
n prospoctlvo liuyor for his farm.
Mrs. 0. Cyrus nnd Mrs, Fred Wolsn
wont to Haystack country for fruit
C. K. Waldron drovo across coun
try to Hlloy, starting Monday. Ho
Is a mechanic and blacksmith from
Wlllamotto and Is looking for a lo
cation. Tho first political moating or this
part of tho county was hold In tlio
school houso last Friday night. K.
h, Waldron presided, Miss Waldron
and Mrs, Andrus lod tho music Mrs.
Woodworth, Mrs. Waldron, Mr. Wlll
coxon and Mr. Hoyd woro tho speak-
Mr. on. A short rces was thou taken
at which tlmo 0. Cyrus served re
freshment. Tlio report of a special
commlttoo was then road and a pro
gram for tlio next mooting. Tho too
les will ho tho eight hour law nnd
the $1,500 exemption.
(Special lo Tho Bulletin.)
MtOTJIKHH. Oct. 12 - A. K. fo-
vott, of tho Department or Agricul
ture, gnvn a lecttiro at tho school
house In this district Friday night.
Tho talk was along tho lino of dry
farming and tho selection of seed for
the dry land In theso parts. Mr.
Lorott also gavo advlco as to tho
preparation or tho soil. About 40
Interested farmers and wires wore
present and tho talk was much ap
preolatod by all. An Impromptu dnnco
was given after tho meeting. Music
Henry Tonbosh has returned to his
homestead to spend tho winter with
his wife and family.
K. H. Varco spont ono day last
week In Hoar Crook district on busi
ness. Miss Mabol Strcctor ot Imperial
spont n part of last week with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Arthur 1). Cruse or this
M. M. O'Kcefo and Moymo F. Amos
hnvo arrlvod on their homestead
fr nt Idaho. Mr'. Amos bought tho
llasklns relinquishment nnd Mr. O'
Kcofo who has claim adjoin'ng has
built n now Iioiim
Oscar Cruso ol this nlnco will fur-
j itlsh music for a danco at Duck Creek
on hriuay nmiit or tins weetc.
Joseph Varco will spend a part or
tho wook on tho John Bclitnoor ranch
at I'rlngto Flats.
I'. II. Coffoy was painfully brulsod
under tho loft oyo ono day last week
by a young colt that ho wns break
ing to ride.
Wnt. Slovens roturnou to work in
tho north part or tho stato utter
spending a few days here. 13. K.
Vnrco has rented his Improved land
for the coming year.
J. J. Unlley and family liavo arriv
ed on the homestead from tho John
Mr. Ilalnoy. who tins been spending
a couple or weeks In Portland on
business, has returned and will spend
tlio winter with his family hero.
O. O. King, our mall oarrlor from
llond to this place, has provod very
ofllclent and satisfactory to all.
Victor Shawo, a representative of
tho County School Superintendent it
I'rlnovlllo, visited tho school hero laut
M. K. Lynch or Redmond gavo a
short talk at tho school houso Satur
day night. Ills talk was in tho In
terest ot lowor taxes nnd was accept
ed as very pleasing to nil.
Mooks homo and removed tho ton
s' Is and adonolds or tholr daughtor,
Hort Meokn and Wosloy Otngman
mnuo a business trip to rlcnsant vni
Ilcst thing tor oonetlpatlon. spur
stomach, laxy liver nnd sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
nt once. Gives a thorough and sat
isfactory flushing no pain, no nau
sea. Keeps your systom cleansed,
sweet and wholosomo. Ask tor Clt
rolar. Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
(Special to Tho Ilullolln)
HAMPTON HUTTR, Oct. 12. Jno.
Wells canto In fi'om llond yostorday
with n load ot lumber for Ilornco
John Perry nnd J. Currau wero
ovor yesterday to got their well drill
ing tools which woro brought as far
Leonard McFaddcn or Torrobonne.
enmo on the truck Inst Saturday to
visit with his slstor Klvn ot Plensaut
vnlloy tor sovoral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Juntos llrlokoy re
turned Saturday from the WttlameUo
vplloy whoro thoy havo boon visiting
A. McKoown has routed Mr. Ash
bnugh'a farm land for the coming
Jlntmio Drlckey tnndo a trip to Last
Chanca rnnch Sundny.
Hort Sleeks took Mrs. Losperanco
to her homestead neap Stautfor last
A number of people of this vicin
ity attcuded tho dance at tho Currau
hall at Sfauffer last, Saturday night
and reported a good tlmo. Thoso that
wont from hero wero Paul Brooking''.
Oscar Black, Oscar Butzeln, Earl and
iLoonard MoFaddon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas.
Brlckoy nnd son Jlmtnlo. Vinton P.
Wrny. Elva MoFaddon, Evn Mlchol.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Bert Meoks nnd ch!l
dren, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. McKoown nnd
three clilldron, Tony Dunn nnd Mr.
Mr. Nelson of Prlnglo Flats piuwod
through hero today on his vny hnnn
from Sllvor Crook whoro ho nurchnp
od n load of seed rvo.
Dr. Potter nttd wife stopr-oil at tho
Hundny scliool at 10 a. m. French
Ing ut 11 a, m. on Mental Attitudes,
nnd nt 7:30 p. m. Kpwortli Loaguo
nt 0:30 p. m. A. 8. Black, pastor.
Check Kidney Trouble at Ouro.
Thera Is such ready action In Fol
ey Kidney Pills, you fcol their healing
from tho vory first dose. Bnckncho,
wunk, soro kidneys, painful bladder
and Irregular notion disappear with
tholr use. O. Palmer, Green Bay,
wis., says: "My wire la rapidly re
covering her health and strength
duo solely to Foloy Kidney Pills.'
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
KOHTH POJITLAND, Oct. 0. Ito
colpts for tho wcok hnvo bcon, cattto
070, calves 11, hogs r.OCG, sheop
0900. Light receipts of cattle for
tho wcok with improved domond and
extreme top grades a llttlo stronger
in price, top prico on steers 7 cents
bulk of sales J0.50 to lfl.75. Kxtromo
top on cows for tho wcok $0.15. Bulls
meeting with ready salo at strong
prices. Hbtty receipts of nogs do
marin top hogs f 7.4fi nt close of mar
ket. Itecelpts of sheep and lambs
light. Demand strong for first class,
with prices fully steady with Inst
Is woman moro Interesting thnn man,
or tho rcrerxe? Man varies mora, lie
tins mora genius In exceptional Indi
viduals, and lens of gcnlus-IIke Insight
In tho arcrnge pvruon He completes;
woman endure. He builds externally,
she at home. Ho lights; she preserves.
Our worthless opinion Is that men ore
mora Interesting Hum women, but that
woman Is more Ink-renting than mau
"Why won't that rich old curmndg
eon let his young wife act In amateur
"BernoHe (he last tlmo she took part
everybody ntvrd about the way she
acted a merry widow pun." Baltimore
Gutting In ths Pleturs.
"Pointi haw gnutncx thrust upoo
"I know. They blonder accidentally
Into it nim." Kansss City Journal.
F"nd Hubby istnrtlng down town)
Wtmt will It le, lore (lowers or candy!
Wlrt-KVII niinpnuiilxc, denr. oi
niu ud tHitli.-Jiiilge
Nothing I Mnmlblo 'o htm who i nl
wnyx droimliiK 1 hl nf po""l''!tltlm.
PoxltlrIy Mmttrrn Croup.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
cuts tho thick choking mucus, and
clears away the phlegm. Opens up
tho air passages and stops tho hoarse
cough. Tho gasping, strangling fight
for breath gives way to quiet breath
ing nnd peaceful sleep. Harold Berg,
Mam, Mich., writes: "Wo glvo Fol
ey's Hcpoy and Tar to our children
for croup and tt always acts quickly."
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
N'OTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. 8.
Land Omco at Tho Dallos, Ore
gon, September 21, ion.
Notlco Is hereby given that Frank
Mnssengalo, of Bend, Oregon, who, on
May 17th, 1011, mado Homestead
Entry No. 08948. for BW 8W?4, Hoc
lion 2, 8B 8MVI, Section 3. N
NB't, N NW Section 10, NWfc
NW Soctlon 11, Townshl,) 19
South, Kongo 14 East, Wlllamotto
Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make final three yonr proof
to establish claim to tho land abota
described, bororo H. C. Ellis, V. B
Commissioner, nt Bend, Oregon, on
tho 0th day of November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses.
George II. Weadorff. Austin C. Bar
ber, Charles Korakls, James B. Min
er, all of Bond, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
3 0-3 4 c. Keglsto-,
HI Tell You
TV7ILL undoubtedly Is lileo
Y your fathrr and all other
normal men ha probably
will want a mild MlmuUiit uccs-
Don t tart your married llfo
by being pruili.h. Beer U
bralthrul and rcfreliiti(c and ho
will drink It muderattdjr, fur
lie known the meaning ol Trua
Temeranee. Don't tell Iilra ho
can't dnnk it -bo broad-mimlcd
and meet him half way. Youll
lure your lee eream toda fre
quently and Will will hare hit
Your father and I soon will
hare our twenty-fifth wedding
auulrenary. In all thoe year
he lua drunk his beer whenever
ho wanted it. Look at him to
day -.tronjs, robutt, alert, no
Cucr man on earth. Ncrer
once hare I denied him tho
prit liege of drinking moderately.
1 know the moderation with
which ho drinks doc him a
world of good. In fact, I enjoy
seeing him safeguard his hciltli.
It's when you eek to depriro
man of hit liberty that ha
rebel. Let Will drinkbeer when
ha want it, for he' too good n
man to go beyond the bound of
moderation. Youll find that a
little beer will incrcaMs hit stock
of checrfulne. Choote tho
home of mirth and happinet,
my dear, r&ther than the houao
of truublo aud dieuUon. v
E. D. Ulrlch, Chantbor of Com.
nterco, Portland, Oregon.
IIKHTOIIATIO.V TO EXTItV OF
JiANDH IN NATIONAL FOItl-WT.
Notice Is hereby given that tho lands
described below, embracing 122.73
acres, within the Deschutes National
Forest, Oregon, will bo subject to set
tlement and entry under tho provi
sions of the homestead laws of tho
United States and tho act of Juno
11, 190G (34 Stat., 233), at the
United States land office nt Tho
Dalles, Oregon, on November 30,
1914. Any settlor who was actually
and In good faith claiming any of
said lands for agricultural purposes
prior to January 1, 1900, and has not
abandoned same, has a preference
right to make a homestead entry for
the lands actually occupied. Said
lands were listed upon the applica
tions ot tho persons mentioned bo
low, who have n prcferenco right sub
ject to tho prior right ot any such set
tler, provided such settler or
applicant is qualified to mako
homestead entry and tho prefer
ence right Is exorcised prior to
November 30, 1914, on which
date tho lands will bo subject to set
tlement and entry by any qualified
person. A strip 30 feet wldo off the
west side of the NBVi SEU and the
8EU NEW. extending from the
southwest corner ot tho NEVi SE4
to within 30 feet of the northwest
corner ot the 8EK NEH, Section 28.
T. 20 8.. R. 10 E.. W. M., 182 acres,
application of William II. H. Wil
liams, No. 701 Andover 8treet, Se
attle, Washington; List Sup. C-C02.
A strip ot land 30 feet wldo off the
west side of the 8E4 8EV4 Sec. 20,
T. 20 8.. It. 10 E., .91 of an acre, ap
plication of John A. Perkins. Bend,
Oregon; Sup. List G-S5G. Tho Ntt
NBV4. tho 8E NE. Sec. 25. T.
20 8.. It. 14 E., 120 acres, applica
tion of Mrs. Emoll Oak. Barlow, Ore
gon; List G-1381. September 23,
1914, C M. Bruce. Assistant Com
missioner ot tho Gonerat Land Or
NOTICE VOll PUBLICATION.
Department or the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, September 21, 1914.
Notice Is hereby given that Ceorgo
H. Wendorff, of Bond, Oregon, who,
on April 29th, 1911, tnndo Home
stead Entry No. 0881(1 and on Norem
bet 29, 1912 made additional Homo
Mead Entry No. 010890, 'or HWfc,
Bu NW nnd VtVt SE'i. Section 3,
Tcunshlp 19 South. Huai;e 14 East.
Vlllamotto Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to make final thrco year
proof, to eatahllHh rlnlm to tho land
abovo described, before II. C. Ellli,
U. B. Commissioner, at Bend, Oregon,
on tho Cth day of November, 1914.
Claimant names ns witnesses
Frank Massengale, Austin C. Barber,
Charles Korakls, James U. Miner, all
ot Bend, Oregon.
II. FKANK WOODCOCK,
30-34 c. Register.
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
J. J. RYAN
Pluaibing and Healing
117 SdNNESOTA STREET
Wear get a pair of
tho Shoo Repair Man.
Bond street, Bend, Oro
Is Bend's Leading
It is n fireproof building
It is thoroughly modem
It Is comfortable, commodious, clean
ROOMS FROM OO CENTS UP
The want of nil are satlsfleruell at
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