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THK 11EXI) IlCLLETLV. 11EXD, ORE., WEDXKSDAY, ACOVST 2:1, 11)1(1.
MANY POEPLE WANT
.Mure Tlmn 100 1'eoplp Inquire About
UmIiir of Forest. Trnct for Kst.nl.
Itshnicnt of Xclghborhood Col.
onlcs Towns Tiiko Steps.
'Moro than 100 persons scattered
over vurloUB parts of Oregon and
i thcr status of tho northwest were at
tracted by the story which appeared
in Tho Bulletin somo weeks ago rel
ative to the offer of tho government,
through tho fore3t otllce. to open
ninny benuty spots on tho Deschutes
National Forest to settlement for
glimmer homes. Requests for Infor
mation came from ns far as Wyom
ing nnd Montnnn, showing the way
Jn which Tho IliiUotlu circulates nnd
the value of Its columns for adver
tising, Kor tho Inst several weeks V. O.
Hustings has been Importuned on
many occasions through letters nnd
personal visits by pcoplo who wloh to
ascertain just what tho nature of tho
government's proposition In relntlvo
to leasing lots and tracts for summer
homes along the hankB of the forest's
lei.utlful rivers aim snores of Its
Mirny Families Intel cMed.
i Krom Sherman county, through
r It tiger Vincent, at Sisters, came a
eiiuest for 'more detailed luforma
Mon from 18 families, nbout 70 por
- ons In all, Inquiring as to tho pos-t-iiilltleH
or homo oltes along the mi
ner MrtolitiB river In tho lclnlty of
ic I'pdlko ranch. It wns stntrd In
t) l.i .oinmuiilcntton that these peo
ple were desirous of locating a sum
mer colony and that they would take
the necessary steps Just ns soon as
tho details preparatory to settlement
could be arranged by the forest of
ficials. Prtnevllle, according to Sup
ervisor Hastings, grabbed at the op
portunity Immediately upon being In
formed. Paullnn lake seems to be
their chosen Mecca, nnd from nil In
dlcatlons. funds with which to lm
prove the main road between MU1I
can and Prlnevlllo and to construct
whatever road Is necessary to the
lake, will be raised by subscription.
Labor, teams nnd equipment will bo
furnished to make the lake more ac
cessible by next year. The people of
I'rlnovllle havij also become Interest
ed In the matter of locating a sum
mer neighborhood colony nnd nro
awaiting more detailed action by the
government officials. I.a Pine,' too,
has not been slow to take advantage
of tha opportunity offered by tho for
est office. Several l.a Pine families
have becomo Interested In the pro
posal. Many Redmond citizens hnvo
Inquired about the possibilities of
establishing a neighborhood colony
on crane Prairie.
To Survey I.ot. Soon,
Encouraged by these numerous re
ports and Inquiries Mr. Hastlpgs ex
pects to novo pioth surveyed along
the Metollus river, Hast lake and
Paullnn lake. Lots of convenient
size will be platted at places which
offer tho best facilities and scenic
vlow for settlers. The price at which
these lots will bo offered will range
between $,' and $lfi for n year's ren
tal. There will bo only a fow $e
nnd $1R lots, tho majority of them
ranging between theso two prices.
It will bo the rule of tho forest ofllcc
that only substantial, neat houses bo
erected. The cost need not be out of
tho rench of the person with limited
means. The only Btrlct requirement
will bo that the houses bo not shacks.
Mr. Hastings Is receiving the en
couragement of the district forest of
llco nt Portland In carrying on this,
constructive work and It Is expected
that with tho openltir of the not
summer season many houses will bo
erected along the river banks nnd
Inke HhoreH of tunny of Central Ore
gon's most Bcenlc lakes and rivers.
LOCALS WIN SLOW 7-3
Malinger. loluiMm Is Negotiating With
lhiby llcoti'i Nine, of l'oitlnml
n ml the Fust Klamath I'm I Li
Nine for ('(lines N"et .Month.
PAULINA AND EAST LAKES
Courtesy of Ia Pino Intcr-Mountalii
BABY WILL SLEEP WELL
IF ITS SKIN IS HEALTHY
Most of the troublesome babies
n be traced directly to physical
l.scurafort, duo to irritation or chaf
ing of tho tender skin, A baby can
mly express Its distress by crying
'out, ll can't always trace the cause
of tho trouble but It knows the
trouble Is thcro and signifies tha fact
v lusty lung exorcise, In such ccscs
immediate relief can bo brought to
the little sufferer by an application
or two of Santiseptlc Lotion, a new
preparation with marked healing
nnd soothing properties. It U pri
marily a toilet preparation for hottit
tlfylng and clearing the skin but is
equally valuable for relieving Insect
bites, poison oak or Ivy poisoning,
windburn, sunburn, chaps, feved blis
ters, etc. Men find It delightful to
use after shaving, leaving tho faco
smooth, soft and freef rom Irrita
tion. Santiseptlc Lotion Is on sale
at Itced and Morton's Drug Store ami
costs but fifty cents. Esbencott
Chemical laboratories, Portland,
We are grinding our
own lenses. Consulta
tion and eye test free.
CHARLES H. FRANCIS
M. D. C. M.
OPTICIAN AN OITOMETHJST
With Mjtob II. Syiuoixs, Jeweler.
Shcvlin-tthon won h listless, rath
er half hearted, game from the Cul
ver nine on the locr.l diamond on
Sunday by a score of 7 to It. Judged
by tho brand of base ball that tho
mill ter.m usually dishes up It should
have taken the gnura by a much wid
er margin. Just when the S.-H. nluo
had Boring over a barrel, the vis
itors shoved in Tctherow on whom
three runs were, scoied In the last
To all Intouts and purposes the
mill team loafed along the Innings
of the game. I'p to tho sixth Inning
the score was one to one with no par
ticular llnshy baso ball played on
either cldc. In the sixth lulling,
with Just one lilt, the mtllltes scored
three runs. I.ootnls, on short, wiir
responsible for two of these. In the
nlritji Inning the mill team rung up
three more runs, II, Ilitsscll and
Drain scoring on W. Russell's sin
gle, nnd W. Ilussoll scoring on being
hit by Clow's thrown ball between
second and third.
Culver Bcored In the first, sixth
and ninth. Ilorlng mme In on
Hraln'B error at second In' the first
Inning. I.eo wns scored on Wlegnud's
fast two bagger in the sixth. llorlng.H
In the' ninth after getting a tdiifele
was put safely home on Tntherow'B
Kililtseii was In the box for Shev-llu-Hlxon.
He was touched for 11
hits, but kept them fairly well next
tend. To umko up for thin he struck
out 12 Culver sticker. Ilorlng wns
found for live lilt In six IiiuIiirh and
' 'ruck out six men In six InulngH.
The mlUsters found Telherow for two
liltx In two Innings. Tetheiow struck
out three inon in the last two In
itiugs Miuinger Johnson Is negotiating
with the Unity Heavers, the fast city
league aggregation of Portland, and
the Klamath Falls nine, which bent
PrlueWllv a few weeks ago, for
rnnies during September.
The summary of Suuday'tt game
wns ns followti: -
Shev-lllx. AU It II K A PO
W Itussoll, . lb. .r. 2 1 tl 1 r.
Mud. If 4 II 1 0 (l 1
Houston. HI :: 1 1 u :t 1
White, e 0 1-0 3 13
Kniltseu, p I 0 0 (1 IB 1
II. UiihuoII, hs .. I 1 II 1 1 I)
llozello, if 1 1 0 0 0 0
Drain. 2b 1 1 2 1 1 G
Nhws, ef 2 10 0 (l 0
All It 11
l.ee. II 4 1
VUeguml. v 4 0
Ilorlng, p-31. ...I 2
Totherow, p.3b . .3 0
ciow, ir-mi :: o
Pierce, rf 1 0
Henderson, 2b . .4 0
Lomuls, w-U . . .8 0
1 at 87
K A PO
0 0 8
dorslgned, James Itynn, administra
tor, of the estate of Chnrlos Prlngle,
deceased, has (lied his final account
and roiiort with the County Court
of tho State ef Oregon, for the coun
ty of Crook, and that the 2nd day of
October, 1910. at the hour of 10 ;10
o'clock a. in. on said day nt the court
room of said county court In the
court house In I'rlnovllle, Otegon,
has been appointed ns the time and
placo for the hearing of objections to
until final account nnd settlement
JAMES UYAX, Administrator.
WM. A. CARTER.
Attorney fur Administrator.
Date of Hist publication, August
Date of last publication, September
20, 1910. 2ii.29e
IX THE COUNTY COl'ItT OF THE
STATE OK OltCEOX FOR THE
county or CltOOK.
In the matter of the Estate of Isa
NOTICE TO CIIEDITOHS.
NOTICE Is hereby given li the
undersigned, the duly appointed,
qualified nnd noting administratrix
of the 03tate of Isa Wnugh, deceased,
to the creditors, and all persons hav
ing claims ag&lnst said deceased, or
paid estate, to present them, verified
ds required by law, within six months
after the first publication of this no
tice to the said administratrix r.t thn
otllce of her Attorney, Vernon A.
Forbes, In the First National bank
building, Hend, Oregon; the same be
ing tho placo for the transaction of
tho., business of said estate In said
county nnd state.
Dated this lath day of August,
AI.MA DAISY LOWE,
Admllstratrix of tho Estate of Isn
Date of tlrst publication, August
VKltXOX A. FOItHES,
21-2SC Attorney for Administratrix
bor, 1910. at the North front door
of thn courthouso In I'rlnovllle, In
oald County, nt 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, sell at public
miction, to tho highest 'bidder for
cash, nit right and title that the
above named dofendnnts or elthei
of thorn hnvo or had nt date of said
Judgment in the following described
property, to-wit; Lots 3 and 4, nnd
EM. of SW4 of Section IS. In Town
ship 10, South of ltnugo 13 Kast ol
tho Wlllametto Meridian In Crook
E. H. KNOX. Shoriff of Crook Co.
Dated nt I'rlnovllle, Oregon, this
29th day or July. 191C.
ly Fl.OYD A. ROWKI.L.
six successive weeks.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1916.
C. S. tlEXSOX,
20-25c Attorney for Plaintiff.
IX THE COI'XTY COl'ItT OF THE
STATE OF Ottl'COX I'OIt CltOOK
In tho matter of the estate of Jesse
L. Polish, Deceased.
CITATION TO HEIItS.
To Elizabeth A. Polish, the known
heir of Jesse L. Polish, deceased,
and to all the unknown heirs. If
nny of Jee L Polish, deceased,
IN Till: NAMK OF THK STATIC
OF OltEOOX. You are heroby rltejl
mid summoned to appear on Mnmliiv,
tho 2Mb day of September, 1910. nt
10 o'clock . M., nt the Countv
Court room In I'rlnovllle, Oregon, to
show cnuce If j'tiv exist, whv mi or
der for the Bale of NWVi of Section
S, T. IS S.. Itmige 10 E., W M .
slioilld not be iiihiIh to S. C. Caldwel,
ifH udmliilsir.ilor of tald estate, ns
prayed for In the petition of hhIiI ad
ministrator Died herein.
WITNESS- The Honorable 0
Springer, Judge iff tho County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty or Crook, with tho nenl of said
court nlllxed this 10th day of August,
Attest: WAUllieX HUOWX.
2l-27c. County Clerk.
NOTICE I'OIt PUIU.1CATIOX.
Department of tho Interior, 17. S.
Land Otllce. at Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, July 20th, 1910.
NOTICE Is heroby given that
Oeorge N. Stoncr, of Alfalfa, Ore
gon, who, on February 27th, 1911,
made Homestead Entry. No, 0S200,
for SH SK V, SV4 SW'U, Sec. 8.
and NWV, Section 17, Township 19
South. Ilnugo 10 Enat. Wlllametto
Meridian, bus Hied no tic J of Inten
tion to mnko Final Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to tho hied above
described, before I.ako M, llechtcll,
I'. S. Commissioner, nt Prlnellle,
Oregon, on the 28th day of August,
Claimant tinmes ns witnesses:
John N. Williamson, I.oj Uctt'nger,
of I'rlnevllle, Oregon! A'lirtl l Parber,
Atmllierl Powell, of Alfalfa, Oifgon.
II. FllAXtC WOOPf 01 K,
IX THE ClltCt'lT COCUT OF THK
STATE OF OltKfiOX FOlt CIt(H)K
Sarah J. Heldlng. Plnlntlff. vs. Wll
Hum P. Heldlng, Defendant,
To William P. Heldlng, tho Defend.
tint above nntned:
IX THE NAMK OF THK STATE
OF OHEOON: You nro heroby re
quired to appear and answer tho
complaint (lied against you In tho
above entitled suit on or before Sep
tember 2r.Hi, HUG, and if you fall
so to answer, the Plaintiff will take
Judgment ngninst you for the relief
demanded In her complaint herein,
to-wit: for tho decree of this couit
dissolving tho mnrrlngu rontract now
existing between yourself and the
Plaintiff; declaring tho Plaintiff to
be tho owner of certain real estate,
free from all Interest or claim of
yourself; permitting the Plaintiff to
use tho name of Sarah J. Itodkey.
This Summons Is ordered to be
seivod upon you by the Piibllenlton
thereof in The Hend Bulletin, a
weekly newspaper published in
Crook county, Oregon, by ordor of
tho Honorable T. K J. Duffy, Judge
of said Court, said Order being made
and entered on tho loth day of July,
1910, ditto of 1st publication, July
19th, 1910; length of publication,
IX THE CIIUT1T CO CUT OF THE
STATU OF OltKfiOX FOlt CltOOK
Sophia Fallen. Plnlntlff, vs. Patrick
To Patrick Fallon, tho Defendant
IX TIIK NAMK OF THK STATE
OF OIlEiiON: You are hereby requir
ed to appear nnd answer the Com
plaint (lied against you In the above
entitled suit on or before. October
0th, 1910, and If you fnll bo to an
swer, the Plaintiff will take Judg
ment against you for the relief de
manded In her complaint, to-wit: for
the Decree of this Court dissolving
the marriage contract, now existing
between yourself nnd the Plaintiff,
awarding the eustodv and control of
tho children of said marriage to till
This summons Is ordered to bo
served upon you liv the publication
thereof In Tho Hend Dulletin, a vcok
ly newspaper published In Crook
countv, Oregon, bv order of thn Hon
ornble T. E. J. Duffy, Judgo of said
Court, said order being made and en
tered on the 10th dny of August.
1910, dnte of 1st iiitbllnillon, August
23rd, 1910: length of publication,
six consecutive wok.
Dated August 23rd. 1910.
C. S. DKXSON.
2r.-31e. Attorney for tho Plaintiff.
IX THE ClIHTIT COl'ItT OF THE
STATU OF OllKOOX I'OIt CltOOK
Kmiiia King, Plaintiff, vs. John King,
To John itlng, the Defendant above
IX THK NAMK OF THK STATU
OF OHEOOX: You tiro hereby requir
ed to nppenr nnd answer tho Com
plaint tiled against you In tho above
entitled suit on or before October
0th, 1910, nnd if you fall so to an
swer, the Plaintiff wilt take Judg
ment against ou for the rollef de
manded In tier complaint, to-wit: for
tho Decree of this Curl dissolving
the marriage contract now existing
between ourself and tho l'lalntlff.
awarding the custody and control of
the children of said uinrrlage to till
This summons Is ordered to be
served upon ou by the publication
thereof In The llond Bulletin, n week
lv newspaper published In Crook
county, Oregon, by order of the Hon
orable T. E. J. Duffy, Judge of said
Court, said order being imulo nnd en
titled on the 10th day or August.
1910, date of 1st publication, August
23rd, 1910: length of publication,
six consecutive neks.
Dated this 23rd day of August,
C. S. I1KXSOX,
un-llc PlaliitlffB Attorney.
32 3 11
7 10 24
A Cood Thing for Clilldien.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is n par
ticularly good cold, cough and
croup medicine for children because
It contains no opiates or hablt-forin-Ing
drugs. The "little colds" of
summer, us well us tho long standing,
deep seated coughs, that hang on for
months, are banished by Its use. Tho
first dose brings relief and comfort.
Sold every wlwre. Adv.
For farm land loans see J. Ryan
& Co. Heasonable rates, prompt
A desirable bread knlfo free with
every annual subscription to The
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned for the furnishing of
100 rords of wood to Snhoal District
Number 12 as (lie same may be re
quired during the present school
year. Illds will be considered for
spund dry body wood, sound limb
wood and slab wood- All must be of
the btjst quality of Its kind and con
form to th requirement of the dis
trict. No wood with dead or net sap
will be accepted, lilds on different
kinds of wood must be beparate and
Hlds will be received nnd consid
ered If filed on or bttfore Friday tho
First day of September. The board
reserves the right to reject any or
n. j. ovkhtuuf.
26-260 , Clerk of Hoard
IX THE COI'XTY COl'ItT OF THK
STATE OF OIHXiOX FOlt THE
COI'XTY OF CltOOK.
In the matter of the estate of Charle
.NOTICE OF FINAL SBTTI.EMEXT
Notice Is hert'.y g.en that Use mi
.NOTICE FOlt PUHI.IIWTIOX.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
I.nnd Olllco at The Dalles, Oregon,
August 4 th, 1910,
NOTICK- Is horebv given that
Xlckles Peterson, of Dend, Oregon,
who, on May 27th, 1912, made llnme
utead Kutry, No. 010303, for KVj,
Section 28. Township 20 South,
Hnuge 17 Knst, Wlllametto Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to muko
Final Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above dosorlhod,
before II. C. Kills, U. S. Couimlwtlon
er, nt Dend, Oregon, on the 11th day
of September, 1910.
Claimant mimes as witiioMses:
Orleu O. King, Horace A. Warring
ton, Brothers, Oregon; Natiut P.
Jordan, Otis C. Ilenkle, Hend, Ore
gon. II. FIIAXIC WOODCOCK,
IX THK ClIHTIT COl'ItT OF THE
STATK OF OKKOOX FOlt THE
COUNTY OF CltOOK.
Nollb' S)ence, Plaintiff, vs. John
To John Speuce, the above named de
fendant: IX THE NAMK OF THE STATK
OF OUKUOX, you nro hereby requir
ed to appoitr nnd answer tho com
plaint of tho plaintiff filed against
you In the above entitled cnuse mid
court on or before September 20.
1910, that being six weeks from the
II rst publication of this summons;
nnd If you fall to it appear or oth
erwise plead, for 'vnnt thereof the
plaintiff will aptly to suld court for
the rollef prayed for In her com
plaint, to-wit: for a decree forever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between ou unci the plain
tiff. This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof once a wcok
for six coneecutlve weeks, pursuuut
to nu order of tho Honorable T. E
J. Duff). Judge of the above entitled
court, dated August R, 191C.
First publication, August 9, 1910.
Last publication, September 20,
A. J. MOOItB.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
31-29p Html. Oregon
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.NOTICE OF HH!!HII'I''S HALE.
Ily virtue of tn execution In foro
closure duly Issued b the clerk of
the Circuit Court of tho County of
Crook. State of Oregon, dated this
29th dav of July, 110. tn a certain
notion In tho Circuit Court for the
srld County and State, wherein First
National Dank of I.lonton, Oregon, a
corimratlon. Plaintiff, recovered Judg
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Itosettn M. Hall, Defendants, for the
sum of Two Thousand and uo-100
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