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The Bend Bulletin
GKORGI3 PALMER PUTNAM
FRED A. WOEIiFLEN
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for the aquaro deal, clenn busi
ness, clenn politics nnil tno best in
terests 01 uenu nnu uomrni uroson
One Year . . . .
Six Months . .
trilllWDAY, APRIL 20,
d'n M ilf, l I WjTWl I I. km
containing llifuo?' or anything else,
nt any tlmo; that 1 was not subponnod
nt a witness in Uio casn against Shef
field, though word ,wn lott aB my
--fhono flaking mo to appear at tho
trial, which I took no nottco ot bo
cnuso I had several mon omployod In
work that needed my attention, and
I did not' eupposo n matter ot any
sttcelnl imnortanco would bo so in-
'tormally trebled; that I ninko this
sworn utatomont (or tho purposo of
correcting tho fatso and Injurious
reports about mo In this connection.
KURD N. VAN MATRK,
Subscribed and sworn to before
mo at my ottlco In Uond. Oregon,
this 25th day or April, 1917.
J. M. LAWRENCE,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires April 10, 1920
dlyllB-c; wkly S.
OF STOCKMEN FORMED
Fort Rock nntl Fremont Associations
Represent 800 Cnttlo Groxlnjt
On National Forest.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Plowing their way through snow
drifts and muddy roads, Forest Su
pervisor W. O. Hastings and Assist
ant Supervisor V. V. Hnrpham ar
rived In Fort Rock In time Monday
to assist In tho organization of a
stockmen's association, while n sim
ilar organization was perfected nt
Fremont on tho day following, Mr.
Hastings reported today on return
ing from tho trip. Somo 200 head
ot cattlo are represented In tho Fort
Rock association, and 300 at Fre
mont. Officers for tho Fort Rock assoc
iation Include Matt Rabcr, president;
R, L, Noel secretary; Peter Rubor,
Harry Crampton, Charles Erdman,
II" A Crampton and Matt Ruber,
mombcr. of tho advisory board.
Fremont officers aro John Glaze,
president; Sam Olmstcad, vlco pres
ident; W. E. McCallum, seorotary
trensurer, and .Mr. Glaze, Mr. Mc
Callum, C. Stewart and Harry Mlttel
holi, members of tho advisory board.
NO LIQUOR WAS SOLI).
(Continued from Pago 1.)
I FILES AFFIDAVIT
State of OreRoti,
ot tho Pilot Uutto Inn last month,"
ho declared. "Numerous complaints
have been laid before mo by various
persons to tha offect that tho law
was violated at said tlmo and placo,
and under Section 29 ot tho prohibi
tion law It Is Incumbent upon tho dis
trict nttorney to Inquire Into any
such alleged violations, by Issuing
subpoennes to those ho has reason
to believe havo soma knowledge ot
the facts, citing such persons to ap
pear beforo him, or citing them to
appear beforo a magistrate, and in
view of this law and believing that
a better Investigation could bo nmdo
by having such Investigation beforo
a magistrate, I have proceeded un
der that plan In this tngestlgntlon,
"At tho outsot I wish to say that
tho investigation Is not directed nt
any particular person or persons,
nor at any particular hotel, tho Pilot
Uutto Hotel nppcarlng in tho pro
ceedings only because tho violations,
It thero wero any, occurred at tho
public opening of thnt hotel. No per
son need fear tho results ot this Inves
tigation unless ho Is guilty ot viola
tion, and it any porsons aro guilty,
I bollovo t,bat his guilt will be dis
closed by tho Investigation. Var
ious reports and rumors havo been
made regarding tho happenings at
Bueh opening, and I consider thnt
it Is duo tho hotel, tho public and
tho officers nt tho law Hint this In
vestigation bo held, nml If such re
ports nro true, wo hopo to be able o
bring any who might liavc violated
tho law to trial, and If such reports
nro not truo it will certainly voinovo
any suspicious that might bo cur
rent In tho minds of the public, and
therefore should bo welcomed by ev
Foley Cnthorlle Tablets thorough'
ly elonuso tho bowels, romovo undi
gested wnsto matter, sweeten tho
stomach and tone up tha liver. Do
not grlpo nor nauseate. Btout per
sons pralso Foley Cuthartlc Tablets
for tho light, free and comfortable
feeling they bring. Will not addict
you to tho "ply habit." Sold every
So the People
8co Edwards for good houso paint
NOTICE CUKAMKUV PATRONS
Tho Contral Orogon Farmers
nrnnniorv will hercatfor ray Its pa
trons for their cream twice n month.
Do yon know thnt (lib nodi of ynnrn to lay tit lurjo Mock of uootl ' doliM-,
tlio very tiling )nti nr' tryliiK to prevent? Tlio uiiiiNijnl ilemnpil lieenunu ,f w
thin ileslrtj N quickly tloplotluj: the liimietlliite Murk nf'good In our country ' ' ""
nntl In eouNctiuciitly ruUIng price fur ticjoml their lioriiinl Milne.
NOTICK OK CONTK8T.
IVpartment ot th Intrrwr, unM malw
17, lIT. ....
T CaNIn I. MmW. of Itaymoml, Wmh.
Inirti-n. CuntMlr: You ar hrby notltlxl
that iJiwrrnf K. Camr-ball, who kIvm llnl,
Umtvn, m h iwt offka a.Utr, J I.I en
Mann , IIT. iik in wit outre nu irar
corroborate! arbitration to contra! ami it
cur tho ranioUation of your Hommtrail .
Kntry No. Srlal No. OIM0, ma.U July J
14, ID II. for 8Wi, NKli. 8KV, NWl. K, I
SWU. W4 SKt,. Sec. 17 1 NKt NWl.,
NWi NKi, Swtlon 0, Townhl II 8.
Harm IS E. Wlltamrlta Mrrltllun, nl
KroumU for hU ronlrat h llrr that ru I
h nvr MUMbhnl rwklmfr ipn H !
tmrt. or mJ ImprovrmcnU thtrcon ami I
that jrou have wholly abandon! Mtld claim
for mor than ! monlhi latt latt : and (hat '
ald aUnc from ttw land u not du to
rour mplo)rmnl in mllitarr rl rtnil. j
ml In connrttlon with mllon In Mn
ko, or alonit th bonlrr thfrmf, or In mUI.
Iiatlon ramtx, rlwhr. In th mllltarx or j
naval onianlialtont of In unllnl Hlalra or
th National Uuard of any of the ivl
You arr. thmforr. further nollfin that
th Mid allotatiena will b taken aa en
fmanl. anJ your aM entry will b ranrellnl
without further rlnht ta bw hrard. cither be
fore thU ottke or on apieal. If you fall to
file In this offke within twenty ilayt after the
fourth publication of thl notlee. aa liwn
below, your anawer. under oath, m-eelflcally
County of Deschutes, ss.
I, Fred N. Van Matre, of Dend,'
Oregon, being first duly sworn, do-
pose and say that I have read In the '
newspapers and heard otherwise,
statements to the effect that in a
public trial ot Frank Sheffield for
"bootlegging," my name was men
tioned In the testimony In such way
as to give the Impression that I was
associated with the said Sheffield In
his illegal acts; that, as a matter of
fact, I never received from said Shot
field, directly or indirectly, any In
toxicating liquor whatsoever, nor did
I know or hare reason to bellevo that
he was handling or disposing of such
liquor, though on a recent occasion
I did see him In an Intoxicated con
dition and warned him to keep off
tho street the only tlmo I ever spoke
to the man; that I never received
from him any packago whatsoever,
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Gilbert ($b Son
Tho only store In Dend
where you can get your gro
ceries and meats at the same
Phone Red 271
KVI3 SPECIALIST, of Portland
Visits I: Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquiro of
THORSON, THE JEWELER
Tuesday, May 1
I Parson's Peerless Orchestra
Candidates and Their Standing to Date
Inett Byberg 3580
Loucl Reed .1920
Florence Hunter 800
Grace Brothrell 380
Mary Brick 360
Margaret Schroeder 240
Harriett McCuen 220
Rose Hunnell 220
Susie Kelly 160
Gladys Brandenburg 120
Frances Steidl. 40
With cash purchases, votes may be obtained nt the
following Bend business houses: Eriekson Grocery,
Chase's Jewelry Store, Homeseekers' Land Co., Slith
ers, Mannheimer Brothers, E. M. Thompson, R. M.
Smith Clothing Company, Reed & Horton, Mrs, S.
Mcintosh, The Wardrobe, Day Music Co., Hippo
drome, Bend Bulletin, Bend Press, Owl Pharmacy.
Stockman's Variety Store, Hotel Co,y, Larson &
Co., Baird's Grocery, Bennett's Grocery, Horner's,
A. L. French, Baker's Grocery, Bend Furniture Co.,
Golden Rule Store, McBride's, Magill & Erskine,
Kenwood Grocery, W. P. Smith, Vellum & Co., M.
J. McGrath, R. II. Loven, People's Store and Mrs.
M. L. Derstine,
Don't Buy More Than You
Need Now Don't Put in a
Big Stock Only to Waste it -J?
or have it spoil on your hands
Stop liiiylntt hn though you netr etprclort to buy ngnln. Tlio farmer of
Orrinm nro our first lino of lcfeno. Thouniidi of Idlo mrv of tho rirliiint
KTouuil In tho world It Ik-Iiik put Into cultivation to cam for our ihpJoJ'
Our linmcnftc stock of till Mniulnnl lrpiiiliiiililn good will In' wild In rrn
onalittt quiiutlllcN on our rfgulnr lml of tloln fair nml wiimx lniliieV
with tlio proplr. Wo will upart no tffoK to kwi ovcrjllilug nrrtliil hero
for you. In thco iiurriinlii time r ylll help )oti nil mm ran, Imt )on iimat
ilo your Muirc DON'T HUV MOIIK THAN YOU NKHI) IP VOU WANT TO
KKKP IMliriEH DOW.N.V.
Tho more good you huy Hint you lmc no liuiuiMllatr) liar for, thn hlglier)
will Im tin prlw mIicii tlio nrn gone. Tlio inoro )ii put nniiy, tlio morn
you Mill Maate. (Jet liuy nd let' nil u llltlo couimoii MMiae.
AVnlncMlny n cuatomrr from Prlnmllln cnnirt In nml iHiuglit tlirrr net of
hoc for hi family tlirrn wrrw fU In III fiimlly, Mlilcli mrant in pair of
line ntorctl iiuwy lio mI fll.tiil.
Another fellow, fnim I I'lnc, ImiiikIiI lhn UxVJt Rug, lrrmin lio roulil.
nave 9JH.I5 llirrrliy. Another look thrrc holt of IiIcacIhhI iiiuIIii, Imciio
ho roulil mho 9l.7n, (
Such I tho xtory of depletion of otock or rrllnliln inerchniiilNo 'cry day.
uhi: Yorit iiirrrKit juiki.mi-:xt.
R. M. Smith
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN THE STATE
Cast Your Votes at
Hippodrome - G. W. Horner
Owl Pharmacy Reed & Horton
Announcement of successful candidate for May
Queen will be made Saturday night,
April 28, at Hippodrome
riKndlnic to Ikw allntatlrt uf entt.
toicrthtr with ilu prouf that you ha, trt
a copy of your anawrr on tha 1I rontntant I
alihr In nm of by rUtrl mall.
Yuu houM (tat In yur anawvr tha nam
of the t ulfka lo KM you Unlra luiura
notl to U nt to you.
JA8, r. llOHOKH, ItncUUr,
I)al of dr.! puMUatlsn. April J. 1117.
Data of Mcorwl publkatlon, May 3. HIT,
Data at third iHiUkallon, May 10, IV17.
Data af fourth ouhlUation, May IT. 1611
NOTICK TO CRKIHIORH
Notice (h horohy Klvun thai tho
unilcrnlKiicil hail hcon hy tho County
Court of Doiichutoa County, OroKon,
appointed admliiUtrntor of tha omnto
of Lillian K. Cobli, docvniicd, mid nil
pertaiiM having claim aRafiiit npld
entato nro horohy required to pro-
cut thr naiuo with proper rout her
to tlio uudwnilKiiud nt hi afflrt In
llond, Dimchulcii County, OreKon,
within six montliH uflor tho dat of
Dated till 2Cth day or April, 1117.
Admlnllralor of thn IXnte af
Lillian -K. Colih, DcccnHc.l. 8-11a
These Spring Clothes
It Is not necessary to bo extravagant in pur
chasing a Collegian Spring Suit or Topcoat.
No belter clothes in quality of material
attractive patterns expert tailoring and
up-to-date styles can bo made for tho price.
Now shown here in a variety of Spring Models espec
ially designed for you men and young men who
know tno advantages ot good ciotnes. ino
Collegian designers, stylo creators and tailors
You arc taking no chances when uou
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