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I1KNI) nULLKTIX, IIKND, ORKOOX, THUIWDAV, NOVEMBER fl, 1010.
i 7 ,77 lr uiXfTT&U Hi! -XX ama K'B
whfrti In aclnnllllcally
rt?il iickA of 30
alHrtlna or tan pack'
) (300 oIKaralta)
in a glanlna-papar'
cavarad carton. Wa
thla carton for thn
tmnt" or atflea nipply
or wlwn you travail
R. J, R(7li)iTK((C.
A.VM'Ali i:VKXT TO KTAHT O.N
NOVi:.MIlKlt a I TICKI.TH NOW
OUT I'Olt AITOMOIIIM-:
A VA II l 'ONTKHT I'KiTIJ II K,
LsJyV ' 1 8c a package
''-'( t- 4Ti:'ykr
i m. " . "m .&
From N'nvoinbor 21 lo 29 the mi
n u.i I Mnoxo curlvul will bu luitil In
lloiitl, nml preparntlonii nro already
lu'ltis nin do for one nuu of (ho blR
fmturcn of the week, the kIvIiir of
it Pord cur to nome one of thn carni
val patrons. Tickets on thn car
,jt were pluccil on rntle Tliuritdny, anil
with I'ltch ticket imrcliiiiio, 1000
)oturt will lto Klven away and may
lie lined In the popularity content.
The youiiK lady who wins In tliU, It
Im stated, will bu the recipient of u
$100 diamond rim;.
The definite proKiam for tho carnl
. vul, whloh Im to he held In tho Hip
podrome, has not yet been nrraiiKud,
but daucliiK will lm an Important
part of the entertiilnmiiut. with a
llrnt class orchestra on the Job nlclit
ly. As another feature, It was luarn-
d that turkeyH, chlckous, ducks, and
licoHo, will bu the awards In some
of tho Kamus, nml the Moose nro ur-
KliiK their friends to Ret tholr
TlinnkKKlvliiir dinners at thn carnival.
Membors of tlio commltto In
eliarRn of arrauRomentN, which Is
headed by J. II. Morton, aro aoorRO
Htokoe, It. II. Hludo, Harry llelnRold,
A. H. Kstobonet, Kd I'uturniun, II. D.
fllowoll, Dudley Shaw, Taylor
Rhodes, J.A. Hwlft, ami II. I). Innls.
G. P. SMITH BUYER
OF. WRIGHT HOTEL
rollry of General Improvement Will
bo Adopted by .New MniiiiKeiiicut'
In Conducting Iltixlnefti,
Announcement was mndo on Bitty
nruny or tlio purchase by (I, P.
Hmlth, roprosentatlvo for the Penn
sylvania Vacuum cup tires In Hund,
of tho Wright Hotel from Munu and
Llttlellold, tho formor ownors. Tho
consideration was not nindn public,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who huvo both
had wldo oxporlonco In hotol manage
ment In past years, assumed chargo
of thu business on .Saturday, Mr.
Smith will retain his tiro ugoncy, but
has transform! tlio ropnlr business
run In connection with It, to L, F.
A gonornl policy of Improvomont
In tho upkeep of tho building nnd
tlfo tono of tho oHtnbllslimout wl!
bo inaugurated at onco by tho now
CAM ELS ore tlio most rcfrctthiriR, sat IsfylnK clRarctto you
ever nmokudl Put all your cijturetto deulres In a bunch,
then buy omo Cameln.Rive them every taste-test and know
for your own satisfaction thut in quality, flavor, smooth
body and In many other delightful ways Cnmeh an in a
crtss by tlwmsalvcs!
Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either
kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the
remarkable full-bodled-mlldncss and smooth, refreshing
flavor It providcsl Camels are n ciRarctte revelation!
Camels win you in so many new wuysl They not only
permit you lo smoke liberally without tiring your
tatita but leave no unpleasant cicaretty aftertaste or un
pleasant clRaretty odorl
Compare Camels with any cigarette
In the world at any price! You'll
prefer Camel quality to premiums,
coupons or Kiftal
B - i'-M
OicKoti ('iMii;rt'itniiii N IjukIciI An
llrt riuilriiiiiii Piilillr lniili
Conimltlrc V.ter llnl.
WAHIIINOTON. I). C, N'or. C-
A Hpleudld tribute lo tho U'rInIii
live Inilimtry und oblllty of Con
Rremtmnn N. J. Hlnnott of Oregon
wn paid him on tho floor of tho
HouKe by CotiKrenHmnn Hcott Ferris
of OVIahomu when ho ktntrd that
Rlnuott was the hettt chairman that
tho Committee on Public lnntU hud
Thn tribute, which whm wnrmly
uppluuded, wiih nil tlio moro Knicl
oils and forceful on account of tho
fact that CoiiKretwnian Ferris had
himself been Chairman of this bit:
Committee for several years prior
to (ho re Kent fc'iodon of ConRress.
Ho Is Chairman of thn National
CnnKroHslonat Democratic Com
mittee, ut the prexout time, us well
ns rnnkluR mluorjly member of tho
Public Lands Committee. Tho
compliment to tho OreRou member
was made -durliiK remarks by tho
Oklahoma CoiiRroHHmnn on tho
Mineral Land LensiiiR Hill now ho-
InR considered by tho House; and
appears In thu CoiiRronHlonnl He-
cord ns follows:
"Tho Konttonuin from OrcRon
(Jlr. Hlnnott) Is entitled to thn very
greatest credit. Ho Nient nlRhts
and nlRlits( anil tedious nlRhts thoy
were, In tlio iiiohI tlioroiiRh Invcstl;
Ration In connection with this bill.
The iRontluman hus always been ac
tive on tho Committee, but this
year ho has assumed tho responsibi
lity of tho chairman with all tho
term Implies, and Is really tho best
chairman tho committee has ever
SHEEPMAN PAYS $10
FOR CUTTING CORNER
Con O'Kcefc. Admits InloUcntloii,
Hut Cannot Remember Whether
or Not Ho Wiw In Car.
Chawed with cutting corners
Saturday night, Con O'Keote,
prominent Hheopmnn of tho Silver
Lake country, appeared In Pollco
Court, Wodnosday afternoon, outerod
u plea of guilty, and pall n lino of
110.00, Ho Informed tho con it that
ho know ho was under tho Influ
ence of liquor ut tho tlmo of his
urrout, but thtlt ho watt not curtuln
whother or not ho wns in un nuto.
Ho was Inclined to think that ho
was not, but was willing tn accept
tho word of Offlcor Frank Kulp,, to
tho contrary. Ho hud boon trying
to got out of his uhoop campi ho
Bald, but had mlssod tho road.
Kl'NKItAIi KKUVIOKS COXm'CT
KD THIS AI'TKIIOO.V IX
l"M)Vi:it-KILLKI) ItOO.M, IX)Il
MKH. C. IHIlDKALIi.
In a room filled with floral tri
butes, funeral services wero held
Friday at tho Pilot Dutte Inn
for Mrs. V. C. Ulrdsall, who died
Wednesday morning. Tho moro In
tlmato frlonds wero gathered li tho
ludles' room of tho hotel whero the
casket bunked with flowers, was
placed, others who nttonded lissom
bllnR In tho main lobby of tho dotal.
Rev. I'urdy, of tho Methodist
church, conducted tho funeral ser
vices, und told simply but effectively
of the work 'which Mrs. nirdnall had
dono In tho Itcd Cross durltiR tho
war, and In Runornl In the rcHcf of
sickness nml distress.
Practically all In attendance, nt
tho services wero also present later
at ho Plot Hutto comotery, wltoru In
terment was made.
CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR
THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT
In no other way bus the spirit
of tho Christmas season boen bet
ter shown than In tho development
of tho ut.0 of Christmas greeting
cards. It Is a tlmo of tho year
when people nro thinking of each
other, members of tho family nro
preparing glftB nml little remem
brances nro being selected.
llotweon friends whero tho ex
penditure of money In any amount
for gifts involves something out
cldo tho Idea of tho season' the
Christ mils card has como to bo used
moro and more. It Is pretty, color
ful und suggestive of tho holiday
season. Tho rnct that a -card Is
sent shows thut tho recipient has
n place tn tho thoughts of the
sonder nnd tho sentiment on tho
card gives tlio desired Christmas
Because of the popularity of tho
Christmas card and Its widespread
uso Tho Bulletin this year Iiiir
mndo arrangemonts to meet tho
local dumund. Samples of a beau
tiful lino of holiday cards hnvo
recontly boen received and n re
prosontntlvo will "shortly bo pre
pared la tako orders, calllne nt
homos nnd places of business, or
tho cards may 'be" soon at Tho Bul
In ordor to Insure dollver.v in
In tlmo orders should,, bo glvon
in as soou ns posstblo.
Our Different Worfde.
I onco Ktood In n dome with different
colored Rlnss In vncli window. Thus
four men IoiicIiIiik ,.(U. other mlRhl
each see n different scene; n red ocean,
Rreen city, blue fields, nnd yellow
moutilhlfiH. A rnro man inlRht climb
to I lie? lop of tho dome and see tho
whole circle of tbc landnrjpo under
iim wiiiio iiRiit or n pure atmosphere.
Hut most of us look through one win
dow, eacji upon n different world, euch
world colored by our own Individual-lty--Kobcrt
Cut Tills Out It Is Worth .Money.
Don't miss this. Cut out this
slip cncloso with fie to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave., CIiIcuro, III.,
wrlttlnK your name and address
clearly. You will receive In return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey nnd Tar Compound, for
coiiRhs, colds and croup. Foley's
Kidney Pills and Foley's Cathartic
Tablets. Hold Everywhere adv.
NOTK'K FOIl I'CHLH'ATIO.V.
Department of tlio Interior.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE at Tho Dalles,
Oregon. October 18, 1919.
NOTICE Is hereby given thnt Mary
Metcalf, usMlRiiee, of Florenco A
Hunnoli, of Portland, Oregon, who,
on December 18, 1009, mndo desert
land entry No 0G725. for HgNEH
K A HEW & 8 WW SEW. section 32,
township 10 South, range 12Knst,
Willamette Meridian, hus filed notice
of intention to make final desert land
proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before H. C. Ellis,
If, 8. CommlxHloner, ut Hend Oregon,
on tho 2Dth , day or November, 1910.
Claimant names us witnesses:
James It. Itenbam, of Deschutes, Ore
gon; Ed M Hwnlley, of Deschutes,
Oregon; Oliver J. Hamlin, of Turn
alo, Oregon, Hoy C. Hamlin, of Turn
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
CALL FOK UIDS
Healed bids will bo received by tho
County Court of Deschutes County,
Oregon, up to 10 a. in. on Friday
November 1 lib., 1919, for tho con
struction of n bridge across tho Des
chutes Itlver on tho county road
across tlio Marsh Awbrcy homestead
about three and ono-half miles north
of Tuniuln. Oregon, and grading tho
west approach to the brldgo for a
dlstaiico of about 1950 foot. Illds
will bo received for both material
and construction of brldgo separate
ly nnd together, and separate bid
for said grading. Plans and spcclll
cations for said brldgo and grading
nro now on fllo for tho Information
of prospective bidders In tho ofllco
of tho County clerk, Court House.
Hend, Oregon. A deposit of five per
cent of tho amount of each bid In
cash or certified check will be re
quired of each bidder as provided
Tho Court reserves the riKht to
reject any or all bids aud to call for
W. D. BARNES.
. County Judge.
C. II. MILLER.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
V. S. LAND OFFICE nt Lakevlow,
Oregon October 13 1919.
NOTICE is hereby given thnt Nes
tle Shultr. of Lnplne, Oregon, who.
on March 9. 19 1C, made homestead
entry. No. 09108. for W SEU.W
",4 EM, SE't, WM, SBV, NEU SE
U. W(4 KM SEVi SEW. section
25. township 22 S., range 9 E., Wll
lnmotto Meridian, tins tiled notlco
of Intention to make final three-
year proof, to establish claim to tho
laud abovo described, bo fore E. L.
Clark. V. S. Commissioner, at La
nine. Oregon, on tho 25th.. day or
Claimant names ns witnesses;
W. E. Heesley. Oeorgo Muyllold. Curl
Wbse. Jessie Wiso, nil or Lnplno,
(Publish for flvo consecutlvo
weeks In the Bond Bulletin, nend,
Sell your products
JAB. F. DUROB38,
NOTICE OF HALE OF TDIBKK
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned, the Administrator of the
estate or John f, McOrath, deceased,
that pursuant to an order of the
County Court of Crook County, Ore
gon, made and entered on tho 6th
dny or Octobor, 1919, be will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
nt the front door of the CouBr
Court House In Bend, Deschutot
County. Oregon, on the 14th dny of
November, 1919, at two o'clock p. m.,
all the right, title and Interest or
John J. McOrath, deceased, or bis
estate, In tho following described
premises, to-wlt: Southwest quarter
or Southeast quarter or section 1,
South halt or Northeast quarter,
Northwest quarter or Northeast quar
ter at section 12, In Township 20,
South or Range 13, East of the W1J
Inmetto Meridian In Deschutes Coun
Terms of sale, cash, 10 per cent
to be paid on thn day of sale and
tho balance upon the confirmation of
sale by County Court or Crook
Dated this ICth day of October,
M. R. ELLIOTT,
Administrator of tho Estate or John
J. McGruth, Deceased. 33-37c.
NOTICE OF BOND HALE.
Votlco Is hereby given that sealed
bids will bo received by tho under
signed until- the hour or 2 o'clock, p.
m. on tho 18th day or November,
1919, at the office or tho undersign
ed, In the O'Knne Building, City or
Bond, Oregon, nnd Immediately
thereafter publicly opened by the
Board or Director or Squaw Creek
Irrigation District ror tho purchase
or an Issue or bonds or said District
In tho sum of $15,000, said bonds to
bo dated July 1, 1919, and to mature
C00 on July 1, 1924. $700 oh July
1, 1925, $700 on July 1, 192C, $800
on July 1, 1927. $800 on July 1.
1928, $800 on July 1, 1929. $900 on
July 1, 1930, $900 on July 1. 1931,
$900 on July 1. 1932. $1000 on July
1. 1933, $1000 on July 1. 1934,
$1000 on July 1. 1935, $1200 on July
1. 1930, $1200 on July 1. 1937,
$1200 on July 1, 1938, $1300 on July
1, 1939. said bonds to bear Interest
at G per cent payable semi-annually
on the first days of January and
July, principal and Interest payablo
nt tho Fiscal Agency of tho State of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material. Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK o! Suadaxd Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Salos Ajfont, MILLER LUMBER CO.
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-16 First National
Bank Bldg. Tel. 611
(Dr. Cn'i Former OflW.)
It. H. DArmonJ ChM. W. ErWIn
DcArmond & Erskine
l a w VERS
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
H. O. JG L L I B
Halted States OoniBiUMloBer
First National Bank Building
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawrcnco Bldg., Room 3
Phone Red 2261
DR. C. H. SOLL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bend Press Bldg.
Phones: Offlce Red 41; Res, 123
Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, President S
Most Comploto Abstract Plant !n Central Oregon, Special Attention
Given to Federal Loan Abstracts.
First National DnK Bldg., BEND, ORE.. Cor. next to Alley
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
Oregon In New York City.
JJald bids must ImT unconditional
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
II. If. Do ARMOND,' .
OI. Tfl to.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department or the Interior, United
8tntes Land orflce at The Dalles,
Oregon, October 3rd, 1919.
Notice In hfrnhr flvnn Mint A
Mackintosh of Bend. Oreernn. whn
on tho 26th of November. 1915,
made homestead entry So. 015610,
and who on February Cth, 1918.
made additional homestead entry
No. 019628, ror NWtf 8E, Nft
SWU. Sec. 29. NEW flKI! Stamina
30, Township 18 South Range 13
nam wiiiameuo meridian, nan tiled
notice or intention to ranko final
three-year proof to establish claim
to tho land abovo described before
If. C. Ellis, U. S. commissioner, at
Bend, Oregon, on tlnr 17th day of.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Archie McDonald, of Bond. Ore
Louis Blladeau, of Bend. "Ore-
Mildred Blladeau, .ofBend, Ore
Donald A. McArthur. nf nnr!.
Roso Mackintosh, of Bend. Ore
32-Gp II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Dr. L W. Gatchell
Complete Lest Crindicg Hani in con
nection with my office tt
LARSON Ix CO.. Jewelers
143 Oregon rtiett, Bcocl. Oregon
Right side; right ear crop-
W B. L. TONE. Slaters. Ore.
Phone Black 1291
LEE A, THOMAS, A. A LL.
2-4 O'Kane Building
BEND ... OREGON
O. P. NISWONGER, Bead. Ore.
Uceased Embalraer, Faaerml
Phone Red 421. Lady Aut
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Orer Logaa Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 8 to 5
rhoae Rod 48fl
Permanently Located In Bend
with New Equipment
Private Offlce In Thorson's
Dr. Turner will be In Prlne
Tille every Aral and third Fri
day; In Madras ovory second
and fourth Friday, and In Red
mond every first and third
Thursday of each month.
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