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THE BEND BULLETIN, REND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1010.
VICTORS 5 TO 4
JV1ILLITES BUNCH HITS
y AND WIN
In Sunday's (Jumc-Knutsen Pitch-
Trliiciillo 8nv n Foster Aggregation
cd Good Iinll Houston Wns lilt
Demon nml Starts Rally.
f Pulling up from tho rear with n
two run lead to overcome, tho
Shovlln-Hlxon nine Ip.st Sunday de
feated tho Prlnevlllo nlno on tho
homo diamond by n score of 5 to 4.
Tho ceremonies began In tho eighth
Inning when Houston camo up to
bat. Houston, previously In tho
game lied obtained threo hits out of
three times up and wbb ready for a
homer which ho produced. The hit,
by tho way, was the longest drlvo
made this year on tho local diamond.
Then followed Whllo, who hit out a
clean right field drlvo for threo
bases, and came In on a wild pitch
1y, Burdon, That tied tho score.
Knutscn on Albco's muff on tho
third strike, beat tho ball to first,
"went second on Ellis' error and
stole third. Totherow camo up nnd
lilt n high fly to Dobroy In left field
nnd beat tho throw to tho plate.
In tho ninth Inning, however,
Prlnevlllo gavo tho mill team cause
for uneasiness. With two down
Bowman got a slnglo and was ad
vanced to third when Llntl, with tho
mm shining directly In hl3 eyes,
dropped Estcs' fly. Ellis, tho next
man up, went out Houston to Drain.
Vans (Set a Trent.
Sunday's gamo wns tho typo of
linll that tho fans will turn out In
congregations to witness. Tho mill
loam was able to tighten In p'nehes.
Prlnevlllo scored first when Dobroy
boat tho ball to tho ball to tho plato
on Qrobo's high fly to loft field. Tho
-visitors did not clrclo tho bases again
until tho sixth Inning. In the sixth
Ustes flow to Totherow. Ellis got n
nlnglo and was scored on Bunion's
double. Burdon was scored on Mor
ris' single. Prlnovlllo scored for tho
last time In tho seventh nftor Bow
man had been walked, and wra scor
ed on Ellis' single.
Shuvlln-HIxon's first scoro camo In
tho first Inning. Bra'n wont first on
Ellis error, was advnnced to scconnd
on Llnd's sacrlflco nnd stolo homo
when Qrobo tried to catch Houston
off second. The mlllltes scored again
In tho third with two men down.
Llnd went first on Ellis' muff and
camo homo on Houston's single.
Knutcn Pitches flood Ball.
Knutscn, In the box for tho mill
team, worked Ilka n etornn. Ha
held tho visitors to seoii hits, and
-worked finely In tlGhtp laces. His ball
was working good and particularly
Pi tho last thipc Irn'.iiFi. Ho faded
12 nifn nnd Hi Mod l.ls position In
lino l-fc.'P'?. White, brl Ind tho bat,
pi3 I'r'xt'i'ii r.rent tupport. Tho
mill team was up and coming all tho
Houston was tho hit demon of tho
game. Of four times up ho got two
singles, ono double nnd n homo run.
Burdon, pitching for Prlnevllle,
was not up to his usual form In Sun
day's gnmo. Ho struck out only
threo men, but tho six hits that tho
mill team mustered woro fatal.
Tho summary of Sundny's gamo Is
Shovlln-Hlxon AB II II E A PO
Brain, lb 4 1 0 1 0 13
Llnd, If 3 1 0 1 0 2
HouBton. 2b ....4 1 4 2 0 0
White, c 4 1 1 0 111
Knutsen, p 4 1 0 1 IB n
Totherow, cf ....3 0 0 0 0 1
Holland, ss ....4 0 1 0 1 0
Bakor, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 0
Moe, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
32 C C C 23 27
Prlnovlllo AH II II K A PO
irobo 5 0 0 0 1 0
Bowman, rf ....4 1 1 1 0 0
Estes ss 6 0 0 0 4 0
Ellis 2b G 1 2 3 4 2
Albee, o 3 0 0 1 0 4
J.nrdon, p 4 1 1 0 8 0
Dobry. U 4 1 1 1 0 3
Morris, lb 4 0 1 0 0 14
Clark, cf 4 0 1 0 0 0
38 4 7 C 17 24
Hits by Innlnjiri.
Prlnevlllo ..01000310 1 C
Shev.-lllx. .10100103 x C
Scores by Inning.
12 3 4 5 0 7
Shov.-HIx. .10 10 0 0 0
sen and White. Prlnevllle
and Albeo. Umpire, C. M. Baker.
A desirable bread knife free with
rery annual subscription to The
HOC.UE MADE CHIEF ENGINEER.
N II Bogue, head of the field en
gineers employed by Robert E. Stra
horn In surveying his proposed rail
road through Central Oregon, has
tieen elevated to the title of chief J
onglnoer. For the present, or until
construction work begins, this will
mako no difference In his lino of
work. Under construction condi
tions, however, ho will have Jurisdic
tion over the entire forces that will
ho building the Oregon, California &
Eastern railway from Bend to Lako
vlow, Klamath Falls, Burns and
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office, at Tho Dalles, Ore
gon. July 20th, 191G.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Ooorgo N. Stoner, of Alfalfa, Ore
gon, who, on February 27tu, 1911,
made Homestead Entry. No. 08200,
for S SEU. SV4 SWV.. Sec. 8.
nnd NWU, Section 17, Township la
South, Itango 10 East, Willamette
Meridian, hns filed notlci of Inten
tion to make Final Throe Year Proof,
to establish claim to tho land aliovo
described, before t.ako M. Bechtoll,
U. S. Commissioner, nt PrIn,nllIo,
Oregon, on tho 2Sth day of August,
Claimant namcR na witnesses:
John N. Williamson, Loj ltrtt'ngor,
of Prlnovllle, Oregon: A'wtlu Pnrher,
Aclbert Powell, of Alfalfa, Oicgon.
H. FIIANK WOOPf tif'K,
21-2fc . Prglstcr.
SPECIAL CITY ELECTION.
STATE OF OREGON
COUNTY OF CROOK
CITY OF BEND
Notice Is hereby given Hint n sno'
clal election will bo hold In the City
of Bond, Crook County, Oregon, on
Tuesday, to-wlt: tho 15th day of
August, A. D. 1910, between tho
hours of 8 n. m and 8 p. m. Tho
voting precincts In said city for said
election shall bo the samo as tho
precincts at tho general election of
city officers, and tho snld products
nnd tho polling places In ench nro
designated ns follows:
Precinct 3; Polling placo: Council
, Precinct 4; Polling plnco: Held
Precinct 5; Polling placo: Ilnrvoy
Do Armond Garago, cor. Greenwood
Tho Judges and dorks of election
In each of the precincts, respective
ly, shall uo as follows:
Proclnct 3: Frank May, Clark
Rhodes, Joo W. Hunter, Judges of
oiectlon; C. W. Ersklno, Carl Hun
ter, Clorks of oiectlon.
Precinct 4: Paul C. Garrison, W.
C. McCulstou, Jnmcs Ilyan, Judges
of election; Prlnco Stoats, John Sath
or, clorks of election.
Proclnct 5: L. D. Wlest, M. J. Kel
Ioy, J. W. Hunter, Judges of elec
tion; Geo. S. Young, Claudo Kolloy,
Clorks of oiectlon.
Snld election Is cnllod and held
for voting upon tho adoption or re
jection of certain amendments .to
tho chnrtor of tho City of Bend,
adopted by the common council nnd
referred by tho common council to
tho voters of the city.
Said proposed amondmonts are
printed In pamphlot form by tho city
nnd copies mailed to ovory legal vot
er within tho city whoso address Is
known, and said pamphlet can bo
had at tho offico of tho recorder of
snld city upon application.
Tho general purport of each char
ter amendment Is expressed In tho
ballot tttlo therefor adopted by tho
common council nnd which will ap
pear upon tho ballot, respectively, In
the following words:
ItEFEIlUED BY THE COMMON.
"Shnll tho charter of tho city of
Hem!, Crook County, Oregon, bo
amended by amending Chapter XXI
of said charter by adding thereto a
section to bo designated 'Section 21,'
ttho provisions of which said section
grant to tho common council or said
city tho power to buy, build equip,
acquire, lease, own, operate and
maintain railways and railroads op
erated by steam, electric, or other
power, within or within and without
tho boundaries of snld city and run
ning from snld city to other towns,
cities nnd points without tho boun
daries of said city, nnd to acqulro
rights of way, terminals, oasomonts
and real proporty within and with
out tho boundaries of said city, nnd
to bring actions for tho condemna
tion or taking of prlvnto proporty for
public use in tho same manner as
private corporations are authorized
or permitted to do uudor tho laws of
tho stnto, and to exorcise any one or
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
. CLOTHES, SILK'BKESSES, Etc.
"PUT YOUR BUDS IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRr CLEANING
moro of said powors, and to borrow
money and fund Indebtedness in ad
dition to nil other Indebtedness and
without any charter or statutory lim
it of Indebtedness by Issuing nnd
soiling negotiable warrants or bonds
of said city aggregating tho prlncipnl
sum of $35,000, payable not more
than thirty years nfter tholr dnte,
bearing Interest nt a rate not ex
ceeding six per centum per annum,
payablo semi-annually, to provide
funds with which to carry out any
ono or moro of tho Dowers granted
Jin said Section 21, and providing n
direct annual ad valorem tax suffi
cient to pny tho intorcst on Bald
bonds promptly when nnd ns tho
samo becomo duo and to pay tho prin
cipal thereof at maturity; and re
pealing all parts of tho charter In
VOTE YES OH NO
REFERRED BY THE COMMON
"Shall tho charter of tho city of
Bend, Crook County, Oregon, bo
amended by amending Chaptdr XIX
of Bald chnrtor by adding thereto two
flections to be numbered respective
ly Sections 27 nnd 28, which sections
provldo n method for tho Improve
ment of streets nnd the laying of
sewers therein In snld city upon pe
tition of tho owners of a mnjorlty of
tho proporty to bo benefited by tho
contemplated street or sewer Im
provement, nnd to bo assessed for
such Improvement: provldo for tho
payment of tho cost of nny such
street or sower Improvement nssessod
against such proporty In twenty dciiiI
annunl Installments with Interest nt
six per centum (0) per annum on nil
unpaid Installments, nnd tho Issu
ance, snle nnd delivery by tho com
mon council upon tho application of
tho ownor or owners of tho proporty
assessed, of coupon bonds In conven
ient denominations not exceeding
Five Hundrod Dollars ($500) each,
and In an aggregate amount equal
to tho total amount of tho unpaid
assessments for such strcot or sow
er Improvements, for which applica
tions to pny tho samo In Installments
have been filed, which bonds shnll
mnturo In ten years from tho date
thoreof, nnd bo rodcomnblo on any
Interest payment dnto after ono year
from tho dnto of said bonds, and
benr lnorcst nt a rate not to exceed
six per centum (6) per annum, pay
VOTE YES OR NO.
Dated this 13th day of Juno, A.
vSenl) J. A. EASTES, Mayor.
II. C. ELL'S, City Recorder.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR CROOK
Snrah J. Boldlng. Plaintiff, vb. Wil
liam P. Holding, Defendant.
To William P. Boldlng, tho Defend
ant nbove named:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You aro horoby re
quired to appear nnd answer tho
complaint filed against you In tho
nbovo entitled suit on or boforo Sep
tember 25th, 191G, and If you fall
so to answer, tho Plaintiff will tnko
Judgment against you for tho relief
domanded In hor complnlnt horcln,
to-wlt: for tho decrco of this court
We nrc grinding our
own lenses. Consulta
tion and eye test free.
CHARLES H. FRANCIS
Al. D. C. Al.
OITIOIAN AND OITOMETRIST
With Myron II. Syiiioim, JeueliT.
and way points
MAIL, FREIGHT, and
Walter Coombs, L. D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
dissolving the marrlago contract now
existing between yoursolf nnd tho
Plaintiff; declnrlng tho Plaintiff to
bo tho owner of certain rcnl estate,
free from all Interest or claim of
yourself; permitting tho Plaintiff to
uso tho name of Sarah J. Hodkoy.
This Summon! Is ordered to bo
Borved'upon you by tho Publication
thereof In Tho Bend Bulletin, a
weokly newspaper published In
Crook county, Oregon, by order of
tho Honorable T. E. J. Duffy, Judgo
of said Court, said Order being made
and entered on tho 15th day of July,
1916, dnto of 1st publication, July
19th, 1916; length of publication,
six successive weeks.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1916.
C. S. BENSON.
20-25c Attorney for Plaintiff.
SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that on
Tuosdny, tho 15th day of August.
1916, r. special election will bo held
In tho City of Bond nnd clso In tho
territory hereinafter described, for
tho purpose of submitting vo tho
qunltflcd and Iegnl votors of tho City
of Bond and to tho legal voters re
siding In tho territory hereinafter de
scribed, tho following question;
Whether or not t!t ccrpornto 11m
11b of tho City of Bend, Oregon, ns
now ueunou snail, bo altered and tho
following described territory Includ
ed therein and becomo n part there
Beginning at tho Intersection of
tho oaBt bank of tho Deschutes river
with tho Bouth lino of Township 17,
S R. 12 E W. M.; thence west
nlong snld Township lino to tho
south quarter corner of Section 31,
T. 17 S It. 12 E W. M.; thenco
north for ono mllo to tho north qunr
tor cornor of Bald section 31; thunco
onBt for ono half mllo to tho section
corner common to Sections 29, 30,
31, nnd 32 of said township; thenco
north for ono fourth mllo to tho
north west cornor of south west
quarter of tho south west quarter of
said Section 29; thenco e.ist nlong
tho sixteenth section lino to the east
bank of tho Deschutes river; thenco
south westerly nlong tho snld east
bank of the Deschutes river to tho
point of beginning.
Also; Ileglnnlng nt tho Intersection
of tho cast bank of the Deschutes
rlvor with tho north lino of tho south
west qunrter of tho southeast qunr
ter of Section 29, T. 17 S., R. 12 E.
W. M.: thenco east to tho northonst
cornor of tho bouthwest quarter of
tho Bouthwest quarter of section 28
of snld township; thenco north for
ono hnlf mllo to tho morthenst cor
ner of the southwest quarter of tho
northwest quarter or said section 28
thouco west along tho sixteenth sec
tion lino to tho cast bank or tho Dcs
chutos rlvor; thenco southwesterly
nlong tho Bald cast hank of tho Des
chutes rlvor to tho point of begin
ning. Also; Ileglnnlng nt tho northoaet
cornor of tho Bouthwest quarter of
tho southwest quarter or section 28,
T. 17 S., It. 12 E W. M.: thenco
south for ono nnd threo qunrter miles
to tho southwest comer of tho south
east quartor of tho northwest quarter
of section 4, T. 18 S, It. 12 E W.
M.; thenco cast for ono hnlf mllo to
tho southenst corner of tho Bouth
west quarter of tho northeast quarter
of said section 4; thonco north for
ono qunrter mllo to tho1 northeast
comer of tho southwest quartor of
the northonst quarter or sctd section
4; thonco enBt for ono quarter mile
to tho southeast cornor of tho north
oast quarter or tho northeast quartor
or snld section 4; thenco north for
ono half mllo to tho northeast cor
nor or tho southenst qunrter of tho
southeast qunrter of section 33, T.
17 S.. R. 12 E W. M.: thonco west
for ono qunrter mllo to tho northwest
corner of tho southenst qunrter of
tho southeast quartor of said section
33; thonco north for ono mllo to tho
northeast corner of tho southwest
qunrter or tho southeast quartor or
section 28, T. 17 S., R. 12 E.. W M;
thonco west for ono hnlf mile to tho
point of beginning.
That the polling places for snld
special election within tho city of
Bond shnll bo as follows, to-wlt:
Precinct No. 3, Council chamber.
Precinct No. 4, Reld school.
Precinct No. 5, Harvey Do Ar
mond's gnrago, cornor Greenwood
nventio nnd 3rd street.
That tho Judges and clerks for
snld oiectlon shall bo as follows:
Precinct No. 3, Frnnk Mny, Clark
Rhodes, J. N. Hunter, Judges; C. W.
Erskliie, Carl Huutur, clerks.
Proclnct No. I, Paul C. Garrison,
W. C. McCulston, James Rnn,
Judges; Prince S.aatK, John Sather
Precinct No. G. L. D. Wlest, M. J.
Kolly, J. W. Hunter, Judges; (loo. S.
Young, Claude Kelly, clerks.
That tho polling places for the ter
ritory to bo annexed Bhnll bo at rear
or Elder's storo, Kenwood, Oregon,
Thnt tho Judges nnd clerks for said
territory nt snld special election shall
b6 as follows:
Kenwood, Oregon, J. Edward Lar
son, R. B. Gould, II. Latham, Judges;
Hay Lnmherson, Joo Inula, clerks.
Done In pursuance to nnd by vir
tue of n resolution duly mndo and
passed by tho common council of
tho City or Hcnd nt a meeting held
mi tho 11th day or July, 1916.
II. C. ELLIS, Recorder.
Dato of first publication, July 12,
Dnto of second publication, July
Dnto or third publication, July 26,
Dnto or fourth publication, August
2, 1916. 19-22c
NOTICE OK FINAL ACCOUNTING.
Notlco Is horoby given by tho un
dersigned, executrix of the estate or
Snmuol Johnston, dococscd, thnt sho
hns mado nnd tiled with tho clerk of
the County Court or tho Statu or
Orogon, ror tho County or Crook, hor
final accounting or tho administration
or said estate, and that the County
Court has set Monday, tho 7th day
or August, 1916, at 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon of snld dny nt tho County
Court room In tho Courthougo nt
Prlnevlllo, Oregon, ns the tlmo nnd
plnco ror bearing nnd Bottling snld
final accounting. At which tlmo nnd
plnco nny person Interested In snld
estnto may appear and object to snld
Dated this 3rd day of Juno, 1916.
ADA 11. JOHNSTON,
Executrix or tho estnto or Samuel
Johnston, deceased. 18-21o
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department or tho Interior, U. S
Land Olllco nt The DallcB, Oregou,
Juno 24th, 1916.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon that
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth ind Washington Street
Centrally Located The Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Hooin with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot em's puss our doors.
We believe that there is no Hotel
in the entire United States more
handsomely furnished or that oilers
more to the traveller.
HATES $1.50 and up without bath.
S'J.OO and up with bath.
A. T. LUNDUOUG, Manager
Frnnk S. Spencer, or Mllllcnn, Ore
gon, who, on Octobor 17th, 1912,
made Homestead Entry, No. 010823,
for Lots 1-2-3-4 nnd EV4 NWU, Kt,
SWUi Section 7, Township 20 South,
Itango 15 East, Wlllamotto meridian,
lies fllod notlco of lntontlon to mako
Final Threo Year Proof, to establish
claim to tho land nbovo described,
boforo H. C. Ellis, U. S. Commission
er, nt Bend, Oregon, on tho ilrd dny
ol August, 1916.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Aaron D. Norton, Louis II. Gloss,
Fred O. Klger, I. Lloyd Owen, Peter
H, Johnson, all or Mllllcnn, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
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