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THK HEXt) ULTjIiKTl.V, REND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1010.
DATES FOR BEND ARE
JULY 4 TO 9
pi or Miirdock," Phhu'cUo
I.e.id r I'limi Kiiiisiih, One of
' ,SirUois Music Has Place.
Clia 'iuuun Indications for 191G
point record BtnuidiliiB yoar, lioth
for qu.i y and variety. Clinutuunua
folks '"" to bo reRnlod with Amcrl
m's lireinlor ontortnlncru, artist?, or
ators, atid musicians. After six
months of tlio utmost caro In prep
aration the managomont of tlio wes
tern chnutnuquns hnvo perfected n
program thnt reKl3ters tlio high
water mark In Interest and attrac-
I" Ti,.. niiiuIrM nrocrnni Is nun nf tin-
uiual appeal; Wltepsklo'H Hungarian
Orchestra -frojn tlio concort hulls of
the pa aces of royalty and tho oxclus
o functions of tho elite, to Cliau
tauqim tho aristocracy of merit;
Ellzain'tli do, Harrio 0111, America's
most caught -after lady harpist, who
lings beautifully In ir rich contralto
tolcc and who Is as clover n reader
and Impersonator, ns sho Is nimble
on tho Btrlng; Tho Hoston l.yrlc
Opcra Company, In popular and clas-
slcal repertoire, presenting comic
opera, Martha, In costume; Gullottn
Trio, vocal and Instrumental concert
of exceptional merit, featuring Vin
cenzo Gullottn, famous concort vi
olinist. Madame Fay Morvlllus, moz-to-contralto
soloist, discovery and
protcgo or Mr. Louis Bison of tho
New Kngland Conservatory of Music
in Hoston, Massachusetts, accompan
ied by Wltcpsklc's Itoynl Hungarian
Orchestra; Kokuku's Hawaiian 'Quin
tet, nnrsonnol drawn from tho orig
inal Toots I'nka Company, featuring
Joseph Kokuku, originator of tho
steol method of guitar playing tho
most bowltchlng noto yot struck In
Tho forum of westorn chautauquas
Is of stalwart proportions: Victor
Murdock tho volcanic Insurgont from
Knnsas; Ernest J. Sins, whirlwind
community development man; Mrs.
Hnrrletto Gunn Roberson will deliver
n most Interesting lecture "Success At
Homo;" Elliott A. lloyl, one of tho
platform's most Inspiring speakers;
and Frederick Vlnlng Fisher, Dean of
tho Pacific International Exposition
Lecture Bureau, in Ills marvelous Il
lustrated lecture "America Ueforo the
The Ipnlan Seronaders, those four
costumed girls with the accordions
Vlllcll they DlnV with tlin atnmn nt
originality will charm chautauq-
uans wmi n spnrKiing hour of the
utmost In fonilulno versatility. -..
S. 1'lntt Jones will nppear In per
son nt Chautauqua, Just Jones, lmt
watch for him.
The Chautauqua will )0 In Rend,
from July 4 to July 9, Inclusively.
Many Women Nood Help.
Wcmon are as much Inclined, to
kidney troublo ns are men, but too
often make the mistake of thinking
that a certain amount of pain ntrd
torturo Is their lot and cannot be
avoided. , Koloy Kidney Pills give
quick relief from backneho. pains In
the sides and mtiBcles, stiff, soro,
aching Joints, and bladder ailments.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
Sco J. Ryan & Co.. for "farm land
See Edwards for good houso paint
XOT1CH OK CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Ofllco, Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, Juno "2, 191C.
To Julius O. Sandborg, of Aberdeen,
You are heroby notified that Nolco
Deludo, who gives Ilend, Oregon, ns
his post-olllco address, did on April
3, 191C, fllo In this offlco his duly
corroborated application to contest
and secure tho cancellation of your
Homestead Entry No. , Serial
No. 013831, mado Soptcmber 4, 1914,
for EV4 Section 29. Township 208.1
Itnngo 17 E. Wlllaimtto Meridian,
and ns grounds for his contest he al
leges that said Julius O. Sandbe'fg has
failed to resldo upon or cultivate
said land or any part thereof; that
said entryman, as I am Informed nnd
bollovo, and theroforo state, has
wholly abandoned snld tract for
more than six months last past.
You are, theroforo, further noti
fied thnt tho said allegations will bo
takon as confessed, and your said
ontry will bo cancolcd without fur
ther right to bo heard, either beforo
this olllce or on appeal, If you fall
to fllo In this olllce within twenty
days after tho FOURTH publication
Get this $1.65
ALUMINUM SIX-QUART KETTLE
For Preserving, Pot Roasting, Stewing, Etc
Useful every day
Pleats nota new
and the coupon If preientad
on r before June 1 1,
Alumtrium'uten.ils are NOT "all the ame." Dcmre you (ret
"Wear-Ever." Look for the "Wear-Ever" trade mark on the
bottom of every uten.il. If It I not there It Is not Wear-tver.
Renlace utensils that wear put
with utensils that "Wear-Ever" p
Sco for yourself tho diffcrenco between Wear-Erer" and other
nco lor yoiirseii no u pl.li1.11 vou wu know why so
Kinds 01 aluminum ami t " - .
nuny women prerer "Wear-tver cuumb i-'
Cut out this Coupon-Bring it to. us today
(Mtim "VVcar.Ever" Coupon vlKftf I
ii 1Aflflal Vr' .( nujrt Aluminum hfttl HllU'll WIi Fcuifijr lur I AHUM p
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ii Skuse Hardware CO. mm
of this notice, as shown below, your
nnsWcr, under oath, specifically re
sponding to these allegations of con
test, together with duo proof that
you hayo served a copy of your an
swer on. tho said contestant either In
person or by registered mall.
You should state In our nnswer
tho tin mo of the post olllce to which
you desire future notices to be sent
11. FRANK WOODCOCK, Register.
Date of first publication June 7,
Dale of second publication June
Date of third publication June 21,
Date of fourth publication Juno
2S, 1910. 14-17c
xoTicr. Kou pchucation.
Department of tho Interior, t S.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Juno 2. 19 1G.
NOT1CK Is hereby given that Clif
ton 10. Evans, one of tho heirs and
for tho heirs of Thoinns T. Evuns,
deceased, of Ilend, Oregon, who, on
January 9th, 1913, nindo Homostead
Entry No. 011153 and on November
7th, 1913 made nddltlonnl Ilomcstoad
Kntrv. No. 012205, for SW'i Section
10, NWVi Section 15, Township 20
South, Hnngo 1 1 Kast, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notlco of Inten
tion to. make Flnnl Three Year l'roof
to establish claim to tho land above
described, before II C Kills, t'. 8.
Commissioner, nt Ilend. Oregon, on
tho 13th day of July, 1910.
.Claimant names as witnesses:
Klnior n. Ciilllson, Frank Hurwltz,
David Rogers, Howard F. Dyer, nil
of Mllllcan, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
1 1-ISp. Register.
XOTICI3 TO COXTKAITOUS.
Sealed bids for clearing, grubbing,
piecing culverts, constructing wooden
bridges, nnd grading on portions of
Tho Dnlles-Callfornln Highway lu
Crook county, Oregon, will bo re
ceived by the State Highway Commis
sion nt the olllce of II. J. Overturf,
Hond, Oregon, until 10:00 o'clock n.
m of tho 15th day of Juno, 1910.
, Plans may bo seen and proposnl
lilnnks with form of contract nnd
specifications and all othor Informa
tion regarding tho work mny bo ob
tained from tho Stnto Engineer, or
bin representative nt tho office of 11.
J Overturf, Rend, Oregon.
Cash, bidder's bond or certified
check for at least 5 per cent of tho
amount of each bid will bo required
with each proposal. Should the suc
ccosful blddor to whom tho contract
Is awarded fnll to oxecuto tho samo,
such cash bond or certified check
Bhall be forfeited to tho Str.to and tho
same shall bo Its property. All oth
er cash bonds nnd checks will bo re
turned to tho unsuccessful bidders
who submitted same.
Surety bond In amount of 50 por
cent of bid will bo required with con
Right Is reserved to rojoct any or
nil proposals or to nccont tho bid or
bids iieempil nest ror urooic county
and tho Stnto of Oregon.
STATU HIGHWAY COMMISSION,
John H. Lewis. Stnto Engineer.
Salem. Oregon, Mny 29, 191G. 13-1 -Ic
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST.
Notice Is hereby given Hint the lands
described below, embrnclng 90 ncres
within the Deschutes National Forest,
Oregon, will bo subject to settlement
and entry under tho provisions cf
tho homestead laws of the t'nitod
States and tho act of June 11, 190G
(34 Stnt., 233). at tho United States
land ofllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon, on
July 20 1910. Any settlor who was
nctuolly nad In good faltlr claiming
any of said lands for agricultural
purposes prior to Janunry 1, 1900,
and has not abandoned sniue, has n
preference right to mdke n homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied.
Said lands wero listed upon tho nn
pllcntlous of tho persons mentioned
below, who have a preference right
subject to the prior right of any
such settler, provided bucIi sottler or
applicant Is qualified to mnko home
stead entr and tho preference rlKlit
Is exercised prior to July 20, 1910,
on which date tho lands wIR be sub
ject to settlement and entry by un
qualified peiaon. The lands nre ns
follows: The Elf. SWV4. and the NE
of Lot 3 (10 acres) Sec. 30, T tf
S R. 14 13 , W. M., 90 acres, appli
cation of M. L. Hinds, Jennings
Lodge, Oregon: List G-1S41. Miy
10, 191G. D K. FARROTT, Acting
Assistant Commissioner of tho (3iii
ornl .Land Ofllco. 13-10c
XOTK'i: FOR I'URLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, V fl.
Land Olllce, nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Mny 13, 1910.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Sam
uol J. Robacker, of Hond, Oregon,
who, on Februnry -Itli, 1913, made
Homestead Entry, No. 011254, for
EV4, Section 35, Township 19 South,
Rango 1 1 East, Willamette Moridl.ui,
1i..b filed notlco of Intention to make
Final Threo Ycnr l'roof, to establish
claim to the land nliovo described,
Hoforo II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commission
er, nt nond, Oregon, on tho 20th day
of Juno, 191G.
Claimant names ns wltncssos:
Peter II. Johnson, John E. Johnson,
David C. Rogers, Lovl V. Smith, How
ard F. Dyer, all of Mllllcan, Oregon:
Daniel W. Ilnoler, of Rend, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
THE QUESTION IS!
How nro you going to get your
plumbing dono In a thoroughly
efficient manner? Wo can nn
swer that by tolling you whero
to get good plumbing done -RIGHT
HEKBV Wo nro golnt
to prove our statement by refer
ring you to hundreds of pleased
patrons, merely fbr tho nskli?.
Plumbing, Roofing,. Furnnce Work, Sheet Metal Work
of All Kinds.
- Central Oregon Plumbing and Heating Company
PHONE KED II J. E. ENGEHKETSON. MGR.
SNOW Ol SHIELDS
Near Eat End ol New County Budge
"Wagon Work, Horseshoeing
XOTICE I'Olt PUHLICATIOX:
Department of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Olllce at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Mny 25th, 1910.
NOTICE Is heroby given thnt Aar
on I). Norton, or Mllllcnn. Orogon.
who, on March 11th, 1911, mado
Homostond Entry, No. 08311, for
Lots 1-2. Sb NI-3 and SE. Sec
tion 5, Township 20 South. Range
15 East, Willamette Morldlan, has
filed notlco of Intention to mnko Fin
al Threo Ycnr Proof, to ostnbllsh
claim to the land nbova dcscrlbod,
before H. C Ellis, U. 8. Commlslson
er, nt Ilend, Orccon, on. tho 10th day
of July, 19 1G.
Claimant names as witnesses
George Mllllcnn. Fred G. Klgor, Ef
flo M. Conway, of Mllllcan, Oregon:
Otis C Hcnkle, Henry I). Ford, of
II, FRANK WOODCOCK,
XOTICE I'Olt PUHLICATIOX.
Department of the Intorlor, U. H.
Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
May 22. 191G.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Earl
J. Flomlng, of Mllllcnn, Orogon, who,
on November 23rd, J912, mnd
Homestead Entry, No. 0109GO, for
SEW Section 25, T. 20 S.. It. 10 B
and Lots 3-4, B 8W, Soctlon 30,
Township 20 South, Rango 17 Bnst.
Willamette Morldlan, has filed notlco
of Intention to make Flnnl Thmo
Year Proof, to establish claim to tho
land above described, beforo II. C.
Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, nt Hond,
Oregon, on tho Cth day of July, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Gilbert G- Daughenlmugh, Samuel I.
Daughonbniigh. Clemonce B. Mnstol
lor. Orlea O. King, John E. Murphy,
all of Ilend, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
XOTIt'i: FOR PUHLICATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
1 Land Ofllco nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
May 22. 1910.
NOTICE is heroby given that
Frank Hurwltz. of Mllllcan. Oregon,
who. on Mnreh 31st, 19U, inula
Homestead Entry No. 011601 and on
February 2Sth. 1914, made addition
al HoiiiMtead Entry. No. 012592. fdV
Si:4 Section 3. WV6 NEW. WMi
' IS. Section 10. Township 20 South.
, Range 14 Bat. Willamette Meridian
has filed notice of Intention to nrntie
Final Three Year Proof, to wstabimii
claim to the land nbovo described,
before H C Bills. IT. S. CoiiiiiiImIuii-
. er, nt Rend. Oregon, on tho Cth day
.Of Julv. 1916.
1 Claimant namos as wllnowaa'
Orlea O Klnt?. Hrotners. ureuon.
Samuel J Robacker. Clifton L. Kv
ans. Elmer K. Ciilllson, David C
Rogers. Martha B. Forgey, nil of
H FRANK WOODCOCK.
1 12-lSp. Register
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S HALE.
Ry virtue of nn execution duly Is
sued by tho clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho County of Multnomah,
Stato of Oregon, tinted this 4th day
of May, 191 G, In a certain nctlon In
tho Circuit Court for tho snld Coun
ty nnd Stato, wherein D. II. Smith,
Plaintiff, recovered Judgment ngalnst
W. J. Logus, nnd E. B. Dahl, Defend
ants,, for tho sum of Flvo Ilundrol
Dollars with Interest at tho rate of
o por cent por nnnum from tlio 25th
day of January, 19 1G, nnd accru
Notlco Is hereby given that I will,
on Saturday, the 10th day of Juno,
1910, nt tho North front door of tho
coiirthouso In Prlncvillo, In said
county, at 10 o'clock In tho foro
nnon of said dny, sail at public auc
tion, to the highest blddor for cash,
nil right and title thnt the nbovo
named defendant W. J. Logus, has
or hnd nt date of said judginont in
tho following doscrlbod properly, to'
wlt: Tho Southeast quartor of tho
southeast quarter of Section seven,
nnd tho northeast quarter of tho
northeast quartor of Section eight
een all In Township Twenty, south
of Rango olovon, east of tho Willam
ette Morldlan In Crook county, Oro
gon. B. R. KNOX".
Sherlfr of Crook County,
Dated nt Prlnovlllo, Oregon, this
8th day of Mnv, 1910.
Ily FLOYD A. ROWBLL,
10-1 4c Deputy
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON' FOR CROOK
Scanlon-Glpson .Lumber Company, n
corporation, Plnlntifr vs. Airred M.
Rogers, Augustus Preston, George
B. Hyde, Trustee, Francis II, Clark
and Lena R, Clark, Defendants.
To Alfrod II. Rocors, Augustus Pres
ton, Goorgo E. Hydo, Trtictos,
Francis II. Clark and Lena II.
Clark, Defendants In tho nbovo
named suit and to each of you.
IN THIS NAME OF TUB STATE OF
You nnd each of you aro hereby
required to appear and nnswer tho
comnuiint iiiuu against you in tuo
nliovo ontltled suit and Court on or
beforo the 10th day of Juno, 1910,
and If you fnll bo to appear and an
swer, plaintiff will apply to tho court
for lio roller prnyeu ror in its com
That you nnd each of you bo .'o
qulrud to set forth tho nature i.f
your claims In nnd to tlio following
doscribed real property, to-wlt.
Southwest quarter (8W',i) of Sec
tion Ton (10), and tho Southeast
quartT (BKW) of Section (9) nf
Townhlp Nineteen (19) South.
Range Twelve f 12) Bnst, W. M., and
Thut all ndverso claims of you a.id
of ca h of you lie determined by the
ho Court, nnd thnt you and each
of you bo forovor barred from assor'
Ing r claiming any Interest In or io
tho property nbovo described, or an
part 'hereof, adverse to this plain
tiff nd decreeing that tho plain
tiff' 'Itlo to the sold promises and
the Mholo thereof, Is a good and va1"!
title, and thife the plaintiff owiib tho
sMiif in ffo slmplo free and olonr f
any . nil alt claims or Interest of yon
or of either of you, and for suh
other and further relief as to the
Court may seem equitable In the
Ti -t summons Is publlshod by or
der i the Honorablo T. B. J. Duffy.
Jid'.' of tlio above ontltlod Court,
whirl) order was made on tho 24iii
day i April, 1910. and which ordr
nrpmrlbed that this summons be pub
llsbfii In Tho Rend Rulletlii. n weekly
newKpaper of general circulation,
printed and published In Ilend. Cro k
count v, Oregon, for a porlod of six
The date of tho flrit publication cf
this summons U Anrll 2f.Ui. 1910.
VERNON A FORRES.
S-14r Attorney for the Plalntl'f
and way points
MAIL, FREIGHT, and
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