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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1916)
IN MORTGAGE SUIT
NEW ATTACK UN
This Maiden Tends
To Favor the Unusual
Paisley or Ecclesiastical
Elfcct Which Will
You Have ?
This "Slip On" For
The Skating Champion
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Hearing was resumed here In cir
cuit court today beforo Judgo Duffy
in tho caso of J. 11. Ilautugartuer
vs. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Etowo for
tho foreclosure of an $ 1,1 00 mort
gage on nn SO aero tract of land
near tho city. Following thu con
clusion of tho suit In open court.
Judge Duffy will take tho caso un
INJUNCTION MAY BE
NEED BIG DELEGATION
THK BKND DULLKTIK, BEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27, lf10
Jf. G. Wallace, Anti-I)llsloulst Cotin.
fed, Snjs Suit To Be Plied, Wliou
Ho Learns Deschutes Will
Stay lu Business.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
That another effort to enusa trouble-
for Deschutes county may ema
nate from Prlnovlllo In the near fu
ture In addition to the quo warranto
proceedings filed URalnst the new
county court, was tha information
given out today by Vernon A. Forbes,
who Is associated with District At
torney II. II. DeArmond as counsel
for tho members of tho court. The
possibility that another suit may bo
filed was disclosed In u telephone con
versation which Mr. Forbes held with
X. Q. Wallace, of Prlnovillc, one of
tho attorneys drawing up tho quo
warranto complaint for Gus Stadig,
which was made public yesterday.
Tho next mova will, in all prob
ability, bo lu tho naturo of a request
for a temporary Injunction having
as its object tho restraining of Des
chutes county from doing business
us a municipal corporation while the
first suit is pending, according to tho
intimation made by Mr. Walluco.
When tho Prliiovllle attorney
called up Mr. Forbes, it was to uak
if Deschutes county was to continue
In business. Ho was assured that
there would bo no suspension of
county activities, upon which he In
formed Mr. Forbes that under theso
conditions, he would have to file an
In case proceedings of tho kind
aro Instituted, there is little doubt
but that a temporary injunction
would be granted by the circuit court,
but this, Mr. Forbes believes, would
bo In effect only until argument could
be made before tho court, a matter
of a few days at most. Ho does not
believe that there Is any chance for
the granting ofa permanent Injunc
tion. Circuit Judge Duffy stated this
morning that ho would be ready to
hold court In tho quo warranto pro
ceedings on Wednesday or Thursday
of next week.
With tho filing of tho first case
against the oiriclals of Deschutes
county, the question arose whether
legal instruments having to do with
affairs within tho boundaries of tho
now county should bo filed In Bund
and Prlnevllle. District Attorhoy
Do Anno ml took tho matter Into his
own hands this afternoon, when ho
communicated with tho county clerk
of Crook county, requesting that all
such instruments presented In I'rino
vlllo for filing, bo sent to Iiend. In
tho mean tlmo, he Is writing to At
torney General Hrown In Salem,
asking for an opinion as to tho ex
act status of affairs.
George S. Young, Chairman of
"Steering" Committee for Cen
tral Oregon, Kuiptiuslzcs
Importance of Issues.
CROOK DEPUTY BUYS
TREATS AS A FINE
l'lojil A. I towel I Servos Pnpero
Against County Court, Then
Knees Truffle tluircc,
(From Saturday's Dally Bulletin. )
Urging a full representation from
Central 'Oregon at tho Irrigation
Congress to be held In Portland,
Georgo S. Young, county surveyor,
and chairman of tho "steering"
committee named at tho recont ir
rigation congress held lu llcnd, Is
sued a statement today in which he
omphaslzcs tho most Important Is
sues which will coma beforo tho
delegates lu Poitlaud.
Ho says as follows:
"The next or llfth annual Oregon
Irrigation congress will bo held at
tho Imperial hotel, Portland, on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
January 4, fi and G, 11)17.
"Among tho most Important It
ems which will bo considered nru
"A hill to place Irrigation district
bonds on tho approved list of legal
securities for state, county and pub
"A bill to capltnllzo tho first flvo
years' Interest on Irrigation district
bonds, or to add the Interest for tho
first flvo year period to tho cost of
construction ami Issuu bonds to tho
totnl amount; and also numerous
changes In the present Irrigation
"All of theso aro very Important
to Iiend and Central Oregon, and it
is absolutely essential that this vi
cinity bo fully represented at tho
coming congress, sluca tho action of
this congress will largely determ
ine tho action of tho next legislature
upon Irrigation matters. Further,
If wo neglect to get tho nbovo leg
islation at this tlmo all develop
ment work lu Irrigation will bo lost.
It is therefore highly desirable that
all who can attend this coming Ir
rigation Congress notify tho spec
ial "Irrigation commltteo" of tho
He ml Commercial club, consisting of
H. C. Kills, It. II. Gould and myself."
IN MORTGAGE SUIT .
IN CIRCUIT COURT
(From Friday's Dally Bulletin)
Testimony was taken hero today
boforo Judge Duffy, of tho circuit
court, In tho case of J. B. Haumgnrt
ner vs. Mr. and . Mrs. Klmo r 12.
Stowe, the suit being for the fore
closure of an $1100 uiortgugo on nn
SO aero tract of land noar tho city.
A cross complaint alleges that tho
defendants wero Induced by misrep
resentations tu trade Portland prop
erty for tho tract In question. They
(From Friday's Dally Bulletin)
Whether or not an officer from
one county may porform official acts
la another county, remains a dis
puted question, but that ho is amen
able to law In tho county which he
enters was proved this morning In
Justice court, when Judge J. A. Has
te ordered Donuty Shorlff Floyd A.
KowclJ, of Crook county, to buy tho
drinks and smokes for tho court and
lor all spectators present, Howell
as charged with neglecting to keep
a red light burning on his auto last
night A crowd of 20 helped the
Crook county deputy discharge his
obligation to tho law.
Tho deputy sheriff was In tho city
from Prlnovlllo In connection with
the quo warranto proceedings Just
filed against tho Deschutes county
court, and before he could leave this
morning, ho was notified by Chief
el Police L. A. W. Nixon that his
preseiue was required boforo Judge
Eastes Mr. Nixon Immediately
phoned Shorlff Knox In Prlnovlllo,
acquainted him with tho clrcumstanc--es,
and was assured that the sheriff
would foot the bill.
H C Ellis appeared for tho de
fendant, entering n plea of guilty,
nr.d remarking that this action was
taken only becauso his client felt
'hat ho could not securo a fair trial
In U( nd, and proforred to throw him
self on tho mercy of tho court. II.
H DeArmond, district attorney, ap
peared for tho state.
In Imposing sentence, Judge Eastes
emphasized that In case of a second
offense, a more severe penalty would
Sco to It that tho children's shoes
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subscription and advertising rate.
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Tho plaintiff was represented by
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defendants by C. S. llotiBon, of
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FIRST LEGAL ACTION
IN COUNTY SETTLED
(From Friday's Dally Uulletin)
Tho first legal action to bo settled
in Deschutes county wns wound up
Inst night, when L. II. Dice made
payment of $10 on a money recov
ery caso to J. F. Arnold. Costs in
tho sum of $2. DO wero allowed. The
suit was filed by Charles W. Er-
skinc, and was to securo payment of
rent alleged duo.
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While food and clothing havo ad
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that tho prices of such rcllnblo fam
ily remedies as Foloy Kidney Pills
are not Increased. Foley KIdnoy
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pains In sides and loins, ttoro mus
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find especial favor wllh pcoplo
who appreciate good choco
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usually found In clio olntes.
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Sunday Dinner. . . 40c
12 to 1:30
Nicetl Sunday Supper In Bend Served from 6 to 7 P.M. 30c
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Now $3.00 Per Loud
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For Sato 2yJ
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F. DEMENT & CO.
Lots at Half the Pric
Asked in other additions of Equal Distance from,
the Business Center.
Lois 40X105 $75 for Inside, $100 for Corners
Lots 50X125 $100 for Inside, $125 for Corners
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Central Oregon's Leading
Fire Automoble Life Accident Surely Bonds
J. A. EASTES
OREGON STREET. DEND. OREGON
Member Portland Realty Board.