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THE I1BND BULLETIN, IlEM), ORE., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST f, in 10.
MAY BE BUILT
ANY PEOPLE ASK
kiid From Mllllcnit to Piiullim Lnko
R'lll bo Improved by rrinevHlo
1'coplo Next Sunday Metollus
nivcr I'opulnr Ciunp Itosort
fhere arc many evidence's, accord-
to W. O. Ilnstlngo, supervisor of
Deschutes National Forest, that
rge numbers of peoplo throughout
Antral Oregon are becoming inter-
led In tho opening of summer col
lies along the shores of oovcral
:te8 nearby, and near somo of tho
oat picturesque rivers In this part
fMany communications Imvo been
pweeived by Mr. Hastings within the
'ifwt few days seeking for information
Mgardlng tho oners which the gov
;nment is making to prospective
tKinimcr homo seekers. Many of
fttoeso communications havo been re-
reived from peoplo In Sherman
Duniy wno inquire nooui me con-
Ions along the Metollua.
rrinevHlo Folk Ilusy-
.With teams, wagons, plows, scrap-
provisions, a large number of
I man from rrinevuio win start on
CSwnday morning to Improve tho road
rtween Mllllcan nnd Paulina lnko.
is to bo dono with the view of
nbllshlng a summer colony of
ivjrruieviuo pcopio ni rauiina iuko.
T."-. ... . . .-..,,- !.-
flDnrlng tho last few weeks many peo-
IlLji- . ! lit 1 2 1 ..I.I
irom rnnaviiia iinvu uuuii visit-
Itng Pnullna lake.
"This establlohment of nelghbor-
fkeod colonics at somo of tho lakes in
ftfcls section is one thing which great
KJ Impresses me," said Mr. Hastings
1WIS WCOK. "1110 POSSUIIMIIOS ior
itch undertakings are nlmost unllm-
lied, nnd tho cost of doing so, with
(tie assistance which tho forest offl-
Ltols might bo ablo to give, would bo
iMmlunl. At East Lake there nro
inlendld opportunities for tho cstnb-
IHshment of a colony nnd I ohould bo
lad to boo n lnrgo number of llcnd
iwoplc consider this location.
"Judging by tho number of camp-
Rrn now on tho Motollus river I havo
doubt that this rivor will bocomo
fine of tho favored summer outing
bote in Central Oregon. I Judgo
ere nro moro than CO campers
long tho rlvor at present."
a deslrablo broad knlfo free with
rery annual subscription to too
JULY WASJOOL MONTH
Mercury Itauchctt 01 Degree .Mark on
'Wbilo the ccst and middle west
were sweltering In severe July heat
lend scarcely felt warm weather.
nly on two dnys, the 29th and 30th
f July did tho morcury rise to 90
nd 91 degrees respectively. Tho av
erage maximum tompofaturo for
'July was 76.48 degrees and tho av
erage minimum was 42.19 degrees.
During tho month 1.38 inches of
Kiln foil during seven days. Thore
wero 23 cloar days, one partly cloudy
iay nnd seven cloudy days during
Dato. Mnx. Mln. Chrr. of Day
ll C2 40 Cloudy.
60 40 Cloudy.
in 67 41 Cloudy.
it 6G 39 Cloudy.
CS 35 Cloudy.
fc() .....79 37 Cloar.
80 41 Clear.
ES , S3 42 Cltar.
L'J 86 4 6 Clear.
10 83 4G Clear.
H Sfi CO Cloar.
88 41 Clear.
13 77 49 Clonr.
It 80 65 Cloar.
....77 tU Cloudy.
hC , 64 Yt 41 Cloudy.
17 60 3G Ptjy. Cldy.
IS 71 39 Clear.
19 80 43 Cloar.
i0 81 46 Clear.
!I . . . .83 45 Clonr.
. .,81 43 Clear.
23 82 42 Clear.
4 81 34 Clear.
5 79 31 Cloar.
126. . . .,..63 35 Clear.
27 69 32 Clear.
t'S 75 39 Clear.
;9 ...90 42 Clonr.
(SO , . . 91 50 Clear,
hi ..83 43 Clear.
W cnt Ads only ONE CENT a word.
HKAT, INSTATE TRANSFERS.
lltvMiwt by Cnxk County Abstract Co.
EThe Bend Co. to Martin ana r-uon
Lundeen It, 3. blk. 7, Highland add.
Mattle Aim to Brooks-Scanlon Lbr.
Co. 8w 12-20-13, $2650.
Gottfried Benson to Susan J. nan
(part of lot 24, blk. 13, Park, add,
Stella Hendrlckson to K. E. HOdE-
.wan It 12. blk. 30, It. 24-25, blk. 28.
tr.x deed. it. 1, blk. 26, It. 8. blk. 31
lots 1 and 4, blk 17, It. 1G, blk. 14,
It. 2, blk. 38, Laldlaw.
Same to Iloy L Gray tax deed,
nw ne 12-14-20.
Anna Sherwood ct con to Huron
Timber Co., same.
Charles F. Heed et ux and II. II.
Sw!t2er et ux to llrooko-Scanton
Lumber Co., $18,000. Read 2-3. Int
Swltzer, 1-3 Int. riw 20 o 13 nw nw
28 n no ne ne 29-19-12.
Northern Pacific Railway Co. to
C. E. Moulton election rights con
tract, no nw 22-19-11, $320.
Same to same scl rts con S5fi4.16
no no 27-21-11, it. 4, 7-21-12, as
signed to F. P. Hlxon.
Iiond Park to J. S. Her.sley It. 1,
blk. 94, Uend Park add.
Bond Park Co., to James Jnckson
Its. 1-2, blk. 190, Third add to llond
Cnrollno Wilkinson to Shevlln
Hlxon Co., nW se, S& so 22, uw sw
John H. Jackson to Itrooks-Scnn-Ion
Lbr. Co., ne 19-19-12.
Howard Spinning to Sctli Stookey
$1000 b so 22-17-12.
Tho Uend Co., to Mlchal IC. Tollc
shang, It. 1, blk. 3C, Center ndd,
Bond Securities Co., to Bend Pnrk
Co. par rol 16-173 It. 12 blk. 1, Riv
erside add, Bend.
Tho Bend Co. to Carl Olson It.
3, blk. 10, Mill add, Bend.
Agnes M. Sottong to Elmer NIs
wonger, sat 17-414.
James W. Wcter to John R. Booth
part of tho se',4 Sec. 4, part of noU
Imperial Townsito Co. to W. P.
Itlhorn It. 1-2 blk. 18, Its. 23-24
blk. 19. It. 1, blk. 43, Imperial.
Levi C. Whlttod to Brooks-Scanlon
Lbr. Co., part of no 23-18-11.
See Edwards for paper hanging.
THIS PAPER REPRESENrED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING DY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ELEC
' NO. 12 J
STATE OF OREGON
UUUKTY UK UllUOK l SS
Notice Is hereby given that nt tho
school district bond election hereby
cnllod to be hold rt tho Rold school
building In tho city of Bend. Oregon,
In nnd for School District No. 12, of
Crook County, Oregon, on Friday,
to-wlt: tho 25th dny of August. 1916,
betweon the hours or 2 o'clock P. M.
and 7 o'clock P. M. thcro will bo
submitted to tho legal voters there
of tho question of contracting u
bonded Indebtedness In tho sum of
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTHES, SILK DRESSES, Etc.
"PUT YOUR DUDS IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
YOU KNOW OF
A Rcl EiUle Trtaiutioo
Any New BuildUj
Anything that u of lateral
od Phone it to
Twenty Five Thousand Dollars,
($25,000) for the purposa of build
ing and furnishing a school build
ing in end for said school district.
The vote to bo by ballot upon
which shall be the words 'Bonds
Yes" nnd "Bonds No," and tho vot
er shall place a cross (X.) between
tho word "Bonds" nnd the word
"Yes" or betweon the word "Bonds"
nnd tho word "No," which indicates
Tho polls for the reception of tho
ballots cast for or against tho con
traction of said Indebtedness will on
catd day and date nnd nt tho placo
aforesaid, be opened at tho hour of
two o'clock P. M and remain open
until the hour of seven o'clock P.
M., of tho saino day when they shall
By order of tho district school
board of School District No. 12, of
Crook County, Oregon, made this
3rd day of August, A. I). 1916.
H. M. SMITH.
Chairman of district school board.
Attest: H. J. OVE11TURF,
,- District Clerk.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Ofllce at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
August 4 th, 1916.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Nlcklcs Peterson, of Bend, Oregon,
who, on May 27th, 1912, made Home
Btoad Entry, No. 0103G3, for EV4,
Section 28. Township 20 South,
Ha,iiBe 17 East, Wlllometto Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to mako
Flnnl Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to tho land above doscrlhod,
before II. C. Ellis, U. S. Commission
or. nt Bend, Oregon, on tho 11th dny
of September, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Orlea O. King, Horace A. Warring
ton, Brothers, Oregon: Nnumi P.
Jordan, Otis C. Henklc, Bend, Ore
gon. II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF CROOK.
Nolllo Spenco, Plaintiff, vs. John
To John Spenco, tho above nauivd de
fendant: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you are hereby rouulr
ed to appear nnd answer tho com
plaint of tho plaintiff tiled agahtHt
you In the above entitled cause nnd
court on or beforo September 20,
1916, that being six weeks from the
first publication of this summons;
nnd If you fall to rt. appear or oth
erwise plond, Tor -vunt thereof the
plaintiff will npi-ly (o said court for
tho relief prayed for in hor com
plaint, to-wlt: for a decree forever
dissolving tho bonds of matrimony
existing between juu nnd the plain
tiff. This summons Is served upon you
by publication thereof once a week
for six concecutlvo weeks, pursuant
to nn order of tho Honornble T. E.
J. Duffy, Judgo of the above entitled
court, dated August 5, 1910.
First publication, August 9, 1916.
Last publication, September 20,
A. J. MOORE.
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
23-29c. Bond, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
By vlrtuo of en execution In fore
closure duly Issued by tho clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho County of
Crook, Stnfo of Oregon, dated this
29th day or July, 1916, In n cortnln
action In tho Circuit Court for tho
sr.ld County and State, wherein First
National Bank of Llnuton, Oregon, a
corporation, Plaintiff, rccoverod Judg
ment against Goorgo W. Hall and
"We are grinding our
own lenses. Consulta
tion and eye test free.
CHARLES H. FRANCIS
M. D. C. Al.
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMimilfiT
With Myron II. Symou, Jeweler.
and way points
MAIL, FREIGHT, and
Walter Coombs, L D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO VYENANDY LIVERY CO.
Rosettn M. Hall. Dofendnnts. for tho
sum of Two Thousand and no-100
Dollars with Intorest nt tho rato of
10 por cent per annum from tho 17th
dr.y of Novombor, 1914, together
with Two Hundred nnd no-100 Dol
lars attorney's fees, nnd tho further
sura of Twenty-ono nnd 50-100 Dol
lars costs, and accruing costs.
Notice is hereby given th!t I will,
on Snturdny, the 2nd day of Septem
ber, 1916, nt tho North front door
of tho courthouse In Prinovllle, In
oald County, at 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon of said day. sell at nubile
auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, nil right nnd tltlo that tho
above named defendants or cither
of them hnve or had nt dote of said
Judgment In the following described
property, to-wlt: Lots 3 nnd 4. nnd
KV, of SWH of Section 18. In Town-
snip lb, south or Range 13 East of
tho Willamette Meridian In Crook
E. B. KNOX. Sheriff of Crook Co.
Dated at Prinovllle, Oregon, this
29th day of July, 1916.
By FLOYD A. ROW ELL.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, V. S.
Land OHlce. nt The Dalles, Ore
gon. July 20th, 191G.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Georgo N. Stoner. of Alfalfa, Ore
gon, who, on February 27th, 1911,
mado Homestead Entry, No. 08200,
for S SHU, S4 SWU. Sec. 8,
nnd NWU, Section 17, Township 19
South, Rnngo 16 East, Wlllametto
Meridian, has tiled notice of- inten
tion to make Final Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land abovo
described, beforo Lake M. Bechtell,
U. S. Commissioner, nt Prl)lllp,
Oregon, on tho 28th dny of August,
Claimant names as witnesses:
John N. Williamson, Lej llitt'nger,
of Prinovllle, Oregon: A'irtI i Pnrbnr,
Adalbert Powell, of Alfalfa, Oicgou.
H. FRANK WOUP OPK,
SPECIAL CITY ELECTION.
STATE OF OREGON!
COUNTY OF CROOK ss.
CITY OF BEND J
Notlco Is hereby given that a spe
cial election will bo held in tho City
of Bond, Crook County, Oregon, on
Tuesday, to-wlt; tho lGtli day of
August, A. 1). 1916. betweon tho
hours of 8 a. m., nnd 8 p. in. Tho
voting prccluctR In said city for said
election shall bo tho samo ns tho
precincts nt tho general election of
city olllcers, and tho said precincts
nnd tho polling plnccs In each nro
designated as follows:
Precinct 3; Polling place: Council
Precinct 4: Polling place: Reld
Precinct 5: Polling placo: Hnrvoy
Du Armond Gnrago, cor. Greenwood
Tho Judges nnd clerkH of election
In each of tho precincts, respective
ly, shall bo as follows:
Precinct 3: Frank May, Clark
Rhodes, Joo W. Hunter, Judges of
oiectlon; C. W. Krsklno, Carl Hun
ter, Clerks of election.
Precinct 4: Paul C. Garrison. W.
C. McCulston, Jaiuos Rycn, Judges
of election; Prince Stnats, John Rath
or, clerks of election.
Precinct 5: L. D. Wlcst, M. J. Kol
loy, J. W. Hunter, Judges of elec
tion; Goo. S. Young, Claudo Kelley,
Clerks of oiectlon.
Said election Is called and hold
for voting upon tho adoption or re
jection of certain amendments to
tho chnrtor of tho City of Bend.
ndoptcd by tho common council nnd
referred by the common council to
tho voters of tho city.
Said proposed amendments arc
printed in pamphlet form by the city
nnd copies mailed to every legal vot
er within tho city whoso address Is
known, and said pamphlet can be
had nt tho otllco of tho recorder of
said city upon application.
Tho general purport of each char
ter amendment Is expressed In tho
ballot tltlo therefor adopted by tho
common council nn'd which will np
pear upon the ballot, respectively, In
the following words:
REFERRED BY THE COMMON
"Shnll the charter of tho city of
Bend, Crook County, Oregon, bo
amended by amending Chnptor XXI
of snld charter by adding thereto a
section to bo designated 'Section 21,'
tho provisions of which said section
grant to tho common council of said
city tho power to buy, build equip,
acquire, lease, own, operate and
maintain railways and railroads op
erated by steam, electric, or othor
power, within or within nnd'wlthout
the boundaries of said city nnd run
ning from said city to other towns,
cities and points without the boun
daries of said city, nnd to acqutro
rights of way, terminals, easements
and real property within and with
out the boundaries of said city, and
to bring actions for tho condemna
tion or taking of private property for
public uso In Iho samo manner as
private corporations nro nuthorlzcd
or permitted to do under tho laws of
tho state, and to oxorclso any ouo or
moro of snld powers, and to borrow
money nnd fund Indebtedness In ad
dition to all other Indebtedness nnd
without any chnrtor or statutory lim
it of Indebtedness by Issuing nnd
selling nogotlnblo wnrrnnts or bonds
of said city aggregating tho principal
sum Of $35,000, pnynblo not moro
than thirty years after their date,
bearing Intorest at n rato nut ex
ceeding six per centum per annum,
pnynblo Beml-nnnunlly, to provide
funds with which to enrry out any
one or more of tho powers grnnted
In said Section 21, and providing n
direct annual ad valorem tax biiIm
clcnt to pay tho Intorest on said
bonds promptly when and as Iho
same become due and to pny tho prin
cipal thereof nt mnturjty; nnd re
pealing ull parts of the charter In
VOTE YES OR NO.
301 NO '
REFERRED BY THE COMMON
"Shall tho charter of tho city of
llcnd. Crook County, Oregon, be
uinonded by nuiondlng Chnptor XIX
of said charter by adding thereto two
sections to bn numborod respective
ly Sections 27 nnd 28, which sections
provldo a method for tho Improve
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth and Wellington Strecti
CtBtrally Located The Held for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot curs pass our doors.
From North Rank Depot S car transfer at 5th St.
We lielieve that there is no Hotel
in the entire United States more
handsomely furnished or that oilers
more to the traveller.
RATES $1.50 and up without bath.
$2.00 and up with hath.
A. T. LUNDBORG, Manager
ment of streets and tho laying of
sowers therein In said city upon pe
tition of tho owners of a majority of
tho property to bo benefited by tho
contemplated street or newer im
provement, nnd to bo nssesscd for
such improvement; provide for tho
payment of the cost of any such
street or sower Improvement assessed
against such property In twenty semi
annual Installments with Interest at
bIx per centum (C) per annum on all
unpnld Installments, and tho issu
ance Bale and dellvory by tho com
mon council upon the application of
tho ownor or ownors of tho property
assessed, of coupon bonds In conven
ient denominations not exceeding
Flvo Hundred Dollars (JfiOO) each,
and In nn aggregate amount equal
to tho total amount of tho unpaid
assessments for bucIi street or sew
er Improvements, for which applica
tions to pay tho same In Installments
havo been filed, which bonds shall
maturo In ten years from tho dnto
thereof, nnd be redeemable on any
Interest payment dnte after ono year
from tho date of said bonds, and
bear interest nt a rate not to exceed
six per centum (6) por annum, pay
VOTE YES OR NO.
Dated this 13th day of Juno, A.
tScal) .1. A. EASTES. Mayor.
11. C. ELL'S. City Recorder.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIN
STATE OF OREGON FOR CROOK
Sarah J. lidding. Plaintiff, vs. Wil
liam P. Holding, Defendant.
To Wltllam P. Holding, tho Defend
ant nhove nnmed:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATU
OF OREGON: You arc heroby re
quired to appear and answer tho
complaint filed ngalnst you In tho
abovo entitled suit on or beforo Bop
tembor '.'ftth, 1916, and It you fall
so to answer, tho Plaintiff will tnkn
Judgment ngalnst you for tho rcllof
domanded In hor complaint heroin,
to-wlt: for tho decree of this court
dissolving the innrrlngp contract now
existing between yourself nnd tho
Plaintiff; declaring tho Plaintiff to
bo tho ownor of certain real estate,
fren from all Interest or claim ot
yourself; permitting the. Plaintiff to
use tho nanus of Sarah J. Rodkny,
This Summon Is ordered to bn
sorved upon you by tho Publication
thereof In Tho Bond Bulletin, a
weekly unwspapor published lit
Crook county, Oregon, by order ot
tho Honorable T. E. J. Duffy, Judge.
of said Court, snld Order being madn
and entered on tho Kith day of July.
1916, date of 1st publication, July
19th, 1916; length or publication,
six successive weoks.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1916.
C S. BENSON.
20-23e Attorney for Plaintiff.
Same to La Pine Townslte Co., It.
I IB. hlV. SB. Ia Pine.
E, B. Knox sheriff, to Edw. White J