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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1912)
Irldcnt of I.lbrnry Organluitlon
liaa Done Much to llrlnR It
to Present Kftlclent State.
Statement of Finances.
As an expression of their appreci
ation of tho services of Mrs. F. F,
Smith, president of tho Library Club
lor the pastthrce and a hall years,
tho poraliora presented her with a
put eluia Innllnlor. Mrs. Smith la
IcatinK Bend In a tew days to rcaldo
In a Very larce measure the Li
brary Club'a present state ot great
efficiency in tho civic life of the city
today is duo to the untiring work of
Its president- Vhcn Mrs. Smith
was chosen to fill that position, the
club was small In membership, with
enthusiasm oven at a lower ebb.
"Vlth. commendable tact and much
hard work, Mrs. Smith kept the club
CO Ids. until today It Is one ot the
besl orsanlxatiops Jlcnd has. Hack
In the farly days of Mrs. Smith's
presidency, tho club did not even
havo a secretary or treasurer and all
the official duties devolved on the
president; and as showing tho work
mm was necessary to oo uono men,
It may be said that oven dfsh-waah-
jng, alter an lets cream social or
other entertainment was given for
the purpose of raisins funds, was a
part of the presidential duties.
Club'a Financial Standing.
A statement of the finances ot the
club, aa prepared by tho secretary-
treasurer, Mrs. P. V. Drown, shows
that the club Is now on a thriving
basis. The club owns the library
building, which cost $456. Of this
amount J 60.85 waa donated In ma
terial. The building Itself was given
by the Deschutes Investment Com
pany, and J. W. Dlralck, L. C. Flem
ing, George Drosterhous and H. D.
Oourcy contributed labor. The ma
terial was donated as follows: Uend
Company, $50; Skuso Hardware Com
pany, $6.35! Ovcrturf-Davls-Mlller
The club has on hand $70.15 In
cash. There was a balance from
August of $97.90, and during the
month the receipts have been $18.30.
The September expenditures have
been $46.05, this including librarian's
salary, printing, wiring of building,
new books, etc The club has $25
In bills receivable.
The Indebtedness of the club is
$257.55, this amount being due the
First National Rank, which charges
no Interest on the .Joan. Of this
amount $170 is for having the library
building moved from the corner of
Bond and Oregon streets to Its
present site, and $87.65 for cash ad
vanced for labor.
Hooks Now Number 7SO.
In addition to tho building, the
club owns more than 750 volumes,
some fixtures, dishes and flat sllvor
sufficient for use on almost any oc
caalon. Tho library subscribes for
36 periodicals, making It the best
reading room to be found In Central
All the ladles of the club take great
interest In its work and devote much
of their time and energies to It, and
along with Mrs, Smith tboy all de
fecrvo much credit for fostering such
an Important asset of the town.
THE MENACE OF RABIES.
Chut Up Your Dog Whin Thsis Symp
toms Bsgin to 8how.
The- first strlklupjiyiiiptum In a rabid
dug U u I moat Inrariubly a decided
change In lu dlapoaltlou. It either bV
rome more crow. Irritnblr and sulky
or stum nuumial frlfudltiie and
wants to be routlnually ietted. Olf
vlouifly In the latter mute It Is a mux't
,(i)aiii:eroii menace to It owner, who
1 easily may be Infected through (a
tcnitch on the hand or .by n bte dur
ing unusual playfulneKs. In either i-aMe
the dog soon become extremely re)t
lest, lying down, then almost Immedl.
stely getting up to run around nerv
ously for a few seconds and nilu ly
ing down. This rotation It keeps up
without Interruption for no mo time.
The dog Is easily startled, growls nod
barks at the least provocation. The
owner or keeper who knows its dlio
iltlun will easily discern this change
snd by simply shutting up the dog xr
rurely for observation will obviate all
The I'asteur treatment has been
sroved beyond peradrenfiire to be a
specific prophylactic agalnut rabies. It
will prevent the development of the
disease If administered properly snd
if used In time. The report of the
I'ascur luittltute of Paris (Annates de
I'lustltut I'asteurt states that during
the past (en years 7.380 persons have
been treated, of whom only twenty
one have died from all causes, a mor
tality of .28 per cent The record in
this country is almost as gcxxL Wal
ter 'Feet In Harper's Weekly.
Ths White Shim.
The age of chivalry Is supposed to
be that ago when young men dressed
themselves ud In armor and pounded
i tint another wlthl;tJets and swords.
It U perhaps well td recoil th story
of tho White Bhlp, which In tho year
tl20 cartlod to Knoland the irrtiudson
of the Norman conqueror. ThU ehlp
was captulned by the son of the mnti
who hud steered across the conqueror
himself. The Hhlp emit. There- waa
only one lirehout The youiW prince
wns put lu that, to lie ruwed nwnyT
Ills sister screamed, lie put hnck tn
tuire her ulao. So innny leiiHtl Into
the boat from the alnkhur ship that nil
were drowned except one bulclier.
who clunp to lite must. Tho pnnwnKvr
on this ship were 140 picked mill no
ble knlRhtn. Kimnlln): the portion of
their future kins. Culller'a Weekly.
Rome InreotlKator or curious subject
has discovered that the Inventor of
traveling tucogutto was I'eter the Orent
of Husala. The next after the famous
flusalan sort-relgn to adopt the prac
tice wua Joseph II. of Austria, who In
1777 made ft. tittle flay lu Parin under
tho title or .count ton i-niucnstetn.
During the revolutionary period Luul
XVIIL buried bis temporarily useless
royal dignity under the privacy of
Comte de Ulle, whllo Charles X. pass
ed as the Comte de Murine The ex
Empress Eugenie Jn her splendor fre
fluently took .little trips as the Comtesse
There may be something In this the
ory of telepathy," said the mystical
You mean thought concentration
that enables you to Impress your Ideas
on others T" Inquired Senator 8orghum.
"Well, there may be something In it
But dont depend on It For practical
results In Impressing people, telepathy
'will never compare with a brass band
and a parade." Washington Star.
NOTICK OF CONTKST.
Department of tho Interior, United
Statca Land Office. The Dalles,
Oregon, September 17, 1912.
To Heirs of Herman Jacobson, de
ceased, of Prlncvllle, Oregon, Con
tested You aro hereby notified that Sam
uel O. Short, who gives Hend, Ore
gon, as bis post-office address, did
on August 22, 1912. fllo In this
office his duly corroborated applica
tion to contest and secure the can
cellation ot your homestead, Entry
No. , Serial No. 07338, made
August 26, 1910, for 8Wfc SEU,
Stt SWVi. Sec. 28. NW NWJ4.
Section 33, Township 16, S Range
15, E.. Willamette Meridian, and aa
grounds for his contest alleges that
Herman Jacobson died, Intestate,
May 3, 1911, without heirs and the
administrator ot whoso estate Is A.
Lipman. Prlncvllle, Oregon, that tho
widow, heirs dtvlseo or tho adminis
trator have never, since the death
of the entryman, resided upon aald
tract nor have they or any of them
cultivated or improved said land but
have wholly abandoned the same and
that the administrator has sold and
removed all ot tho moveablo Improve
ments from said tract.
You aro. therefore, further notified
that tho said allegations will be taken
by this office as having been confess
ed by you, and your said entry will
he canceled thereunder without fur
ther right to bo board. therein, cither
before this offlco or on appeal, If
you ran to nie in this omco witiiiu
twenty days after the FOURTH pub
lication of this notice, as shown bo
low, your answer, under oath, spe
cifically meeting and responding to
these allegations of contest, or It
you fall within that tlmo to file in
this office due proof that you bavo
served a copy ot your answer on tho
said contestant either in person or by
registered mall. If this service is
made by the delivery ot a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In per
son, proof of such service must be
either the said contestant's written
(SCJUJUWICUfiBUJCUl Ul l (CWCIIU Ul mo,
cdpy,, showing the date of Its rpcolpt, ,
or tho affidavit of the person by whom '
the delivery was madu stating when I
and where the copy was delivered;
If made by registered raall, proof of
such servlco must copsiitpf tho ax
flavit of the person by whom the copy
was mailed stating when and the post
office to which it' was mailed, and th)s
affidavit ruuat behccompa'nled by the
postmaster's receipt for-tho letter.
You should state In your answer
tno name or tno post omco to wniqu
you desire futurp notices to bo aent
C. W. MOORE,
Date of first publication Septem
ber 25th, 1912.
Dato of second publication October
Date of third publication October
Dato of fourth publication, October
NOTICE FOR I'UIU.ICATIO.V.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Otllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
September 11th, 1912.
Notlco Is hereby given that Henry
C. Schumacher, of Tutnalo, Oregon,
who, on June 19th, 1907, made
homestoad entry, No, 15667, Serial
No. 0125, for Lot 3, NE14 8W4,
8E 8W, Sec. 6 and B4 NW'4,
Section 7, Township 1,6 South,
Range 11 East, Willamette Meri
dian, has filed notlco of Intention to
mako final flvo year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described
bqfore II. C. Ellis, U. 8. Commiss
ioner, at his office at Hend, Oregon,
on the 26tb day of October, 1912,
Claimant names ' as witnesses:
Alexander Levor'enz, and William
.iHardt. of QUI. Oregon. Hubert A.
'Scoggln aqd Frederick W. Loverenx,
'or Tumalo, Oregon,
29 - 33"
NOTICK OK CONTIfltT.
Department ot tho Ulterior, United
States Land Olllce, I.nkovlow, Oru-
gon, Soptotuber 11, l&la.
To John M. Thornton, of Weston,
You nro huroby notified Hint Floyd
V, Hcnsoner Who gives lloiul, Ore
gon, euro of C. 8. llonson, did on
AilgilRt SDtli, 1012, lllo 111 this olllce
his duly corroborated application to
contest mid secure tho cancellation
of your humestend Untry No. ,
Serial No. 04030, tor NICU Section
34, Township 21 South ot Itniigo 20,
Knst, W. M. and as grounds for bin
contest ho nlleges Hint sntd cntrynmn
never established or tnntnlnlnud resi
dence upon said traot nor has ho
over cultivated or Improved said
tract to any extent whatever but tins
wholly nbaudonod said tract for mure
than one year last past,
You nro, therefore, further noti
fied that the said allegations will be
OrtiWs taken for
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VAMMRU! INFORMATION VKKIt
If you have u liivciillfeu or any
pilcnl nmttcr, write Immediately to
W W WHiailT.regUlcrcil attorney
OREGON and WASHINGTON
Directory of Mch Clly. Town autd
Villas, slvlos daacrlptlrs akatcb of
ab plat, location, population, tl
irraph, ahlpptor nod banking- polAtl
aJo Clajind plfKlory, tompllad by
tiiumaea and profMlon.
. M. I mu m VV KKATTL-m
I mr sjv
I " if , Vi
taken by this office as having been
contained ,by yoi, and, your anld ontr.y
will bo canceled thareuuder without
your further right to ho heard there
in, either before this ulllcu or on np
ponl, It you tnll to lllo In this olllce
within twenty ilnya nttur tho
FOURTH puhllcnllon of this notice,
ns ahuwu below, your answer, under
onth, specltlctilly moating ntid re
sponding to thouo nllvgiitloiiM of con
test, or If you full within Unit time to
lllo lu this olllce duo proof that you
havo served n copy of your nnswor
on tho aald contestant either lu por
mm or by roglHtered mall It this ser
vlco In uinda by tho delivery ot a copy
of your answer to the contestant In
person, proof of such servlco must be
either tho said contestant's written
acknowledgement or his receipt of
tho copy, showing tho dnto of Its re
ceipt, or tho affidavit of the person
by whom tho delivery was niado, stat
Ihg when and whero tho copy was de
livered; If in n do by registered malt,
proof of such service must consist of
tho afflldavlt ot tho person by whom
tho copy waa mallod stating when
aitd the post office to which It was
mailed, and this aflldavlt must bo ac
companied by tho postmaster's re
ceipt for the lotterv
You should state tn your answer
tho nnmo of tho post oftlco to which
you deslro future notices tb be sent
A. W. ORTOS.
Dato of first publication, Septem
ber 1Mb, 19111.
Dato of second publication, Sep
tember 25th, 1912.
Dato of third publication, October
Date ot fourth publication, October
NOTICE FOR I'l'lll.H'ATION.
United Stntes Land Offlco, The
Dalles, Oregon, September U
Notice Is heroby given that the
Northern I'uclflc Railway Company,
whose post office address la St. Taut,
Mlnnesutn, has this 12th day of Sep
tember, 1912, filed In this office Its
application to select under the pro
visions of tho Act of Congress, ap
proved July 1, 189S (30 Stat. 597,
CIO), as extended by tho Act of
Congress approved May 17, 1906, tho
SW4 soU. SOU SWU. Sec. 21 and',ilrll, verlfle.1 as reiiiilrurt liv Inw.
nwU noW, neU nwU. Sec. 28,.wU,,n ,x mnths after tho first pu Ik
Twp. 17 8outh, Rango 12 East, . M.JiiratloR of this notice, to the said ad
Borlal No. 01071C. mlnlatratrU at the office of her at-
Any and all persons claiming ad- loniey. Vernon A. Forbes. In tho
versely tho lands described, or de-'pi .Notional Hank Hulldlug. Ilond.
siring to object because of the Orugon, tho snme being tho place lor
mineral character of the land, or for tno transaction of tho business of
any other reason, to the disposal to j ,.,,,, , Mj County nnd State.
applicant, should fllo their affidavits, f,Btatl ln, t day of September,
of protest In this office, on or before mi;,
tho 6th day of November. 1912. i JENNIE SELLERS,
C. W. MOORE. Admlnlstratrli of tho estate of W.
?8-33 Register, n, Rellers. deceased, 26-29
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TION AND INSTRUCTION.
Tho Anminl WiiHconntl Hood Itlvor
County Fnlr will bo hold nt Tho
UnllcH. October 1, 2. II, !, 1911!.
Tills Exhibition will comprise) horat'H,
cnltle, sheep, Hwlno, poultry, fnnn
productH, fruit, Dowers, murchnn
dine, mnntifncturt'H, mnchlnory, wo
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NOTICK FOR I'MIMUATION.
Departtnont of the Interior, U. H,
Laud Office ot Tho Dalles, Oregun,
Septembor 10th, 1912.
Notlco Is hereby given that John
W, Usher, of Hend, Oregon, who, on
Octobur 31st, 1907, madu homestead
entry No, K763, Serial No. 04234
and No. 010088, for soU seV4, sec.
23, iwU wU, sec, 34, n wU nwU,
sec. 25 and noU neU, section 26,
Towiiahlp SO South, Range 10 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to mako final fire year
proof, to establish claim to the laud
above described, before II, C. Ellis,
U. 8. Commissioner, at his office at
Hend, Oregon, ou tho 23rd day of
Claimant names ns witnesses:
l'otor Segllng, 0. II. Allen, Luther
Metko aud John Peters, all of Hend,
C. W. MOORE,
NOTICK TO t'RKDITORH.
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for tho County of Crook.
In tho matter or the estate of W. 11.
Notice Is hereby given by tho
undersigned, the duly apixilnted,
qualified and acting administratrix
ot tho estate of W. II, Sellers, de
ceased, to tho creditors and all per
sons having claims against said de
cenacd. or said estate, to nn-annt
av snx worthy qu
una araiasi. 11
'.' JM1 1
Prosldont William II. Taft
Vice President ,, James 8. Sherman
Secretary of Statu P. O. Knox
Secretory of Treasury ,F. MnoVuiigh
Heori'lary of Interior ,.V. L. Klnhei
ik'vretnry of War,... II. L. Hllmsoii
Sect clary of Commerce nnd Labor , ,
, , , . . , ... .UhtrU'H NaKol
Secretary of Navy Oeo, Von L. lor
Becrettiry of AwitoHlturo Jns, Wilson
Postmaster (Itineritl ,l' II. Mltchnuck
Attorney llvnutal 0. W, Wlcltuish.iui
(lovornor .Oswald West
Secretary of Statu .... II. V. Olcott
Trortiiiror Thus. II. Kay
Atty (loneial ,,.,,, A, M. Crawford
Siiporliitoiitlont Pii'bllb liiNtriictloii , .
.. .,!. R. Alderman
State Prlntor W. S. Duulway
pominlsitonot labor HtatlMlrs , , , ,
.,.. ,..., ,,,,,0. P. I loft
Uamq Warden W. L. Flnley
State Engineer John II. I.ivU
United Stales Senators , , . .
...Oconto E. Chamberlain
..,., Jonathan llournt, Jr.
Congressmen A. W. Iifferty
W, O. llawley
Seventh Judicial DUtrlrt.
Judge W. L. llraiUho w
Attorney Fred V. N llsou
Judge II. a Ellis
Clerk ..,,,., Warren Drown
Sheriff T. N. Ilalfour
Treasurer ...Ralph Jordan
Assessor ......... J. D. l-aFollettu
School Supl It. A. Ford
Coroner Dr. E. O. Ilydn
Surveyor Fred A. Illco
Commissioners It. II. Itayloy
Circuit .Meets first Monday lu
May end third Monday In October.
Probate Meets first Monday In
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
September and November.
Hend School Dtatrlrt No. Vi.
Directors II. J. Overturf. Chmn
F. M. Ray
Clyde M. McKay
Clerk Miss Marlon What
City of Rend.
Mavor . .., P. Putnam
Recorder II. C. Hill
Treasurer .11. J. OverUrf
Chlof of Police S. It. Roberta
Clt Engineer ....George 8, Young
Councllmen II. E. Allen
A. L. Fretieli
.........,....... M. 8. Latllii
,,...,.. .,,,,,, .b. J. Spencer
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