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BKrTD UULLKTIN, KKNI OREGON, THURSDAY, AUMIJHT I, 1018
in:ii.m AK.MV like aokhkh
WITH 1IIM WRITES OK U.V.
PKRIENCK I.N (iOI.NO TllltOIJOII
JAH ('IIAMIIIIlt IOII TRAININd.
(From Tuusdny's Dully.)
Army llfn mid tun mnnlii sorvod liy
Undo Hit in ngnm with Frank Kins
ling, a former Bond man now with
tlin Dupot lirlgudn lit Ciuup Dudgo,
lown, according to n Inttor rociilvml
from lilin by J. I). Duvldson of thin
city, In which tin snys:
"Army llfn scorns tn nitron with
inn. At nny rato I hnvo galuml tnn
tin u nil h sluco I cninn to en nip mid I
urn sum It In tint cat thny norvn, fur
Huvvit Ihuhi uallng llkn u Iroopor iivnr
iilnco rnmn horn. I nnrur thought
that tli (i nrmy fnd Its mini as It does,
1 wnii nttaclmd to Com
tinny M, .140 Infantry, hut Inst Mon
day I wan transferred from thorn to
thn Depot brigade, Moot of thn no
iikIIimI cripples urn attached to thin
brigade. Wo do not hnvn to drill no
hard an wn did with Company M.
Wlillo with that coinpany wu wnrn
drilling fourteen ho urn pur day Tlmy
urn luni rushing thn buys throiiKh,
"I hnvn hi'iin through tlm gas
chamber. Ily that I menu I hnvn
Ntond In n tuillil Inn which contained
poisonous Kan, when wo tutro nil ra
iulrnl to test for gns. At flrnt, or
thn flrnt whiff I tndk, I did not seom
to tget anything, und then I took n
longer and deeper whiff nnd I found
Kun, Relievo inn, I wan not long In
rnplncliiM my kun imink no that I
t'ould breathe chnmlrnl air again. I
alio wont through a IiiiIIiIIiik filled
with muntnrd r.an, llnnrnt to guod
loss, that ntuff nurn does uinku your
"I Junt returned from thn Infirmary
mid wn am to hu transferred again.
Wn woudnr whnrn and whnii. In thu
nrmy ono uovur known what comes
next, no hIII puck my belongings and
then I will tin ready for Franco "
CO.VIItmt'TIONM I'Olt IICI.UIAN
HAIIV IIHI.II.I' IH TAKI.N I'ltOM
norn.i: at Tin: postoivice--.
CI.OHU WATCH IH IIHINU REIT.
(Prom Tuesday's Dally.)
Stealing from tho lltflglun IihIiIhs'
rallnf In Hih Inttwt crime reported In
Ileiul. HoniH llmi Inst week thn milk
lioltln at tha pimtofllcn, containing
tlm contrlbutloiiM of patriinn of thtt
ofllce, wan ntolnii, thn exact time not
IihIiik known. In the punt It hnx hvun
thn I'imtom of the ciimmtttnu In
harR of thu rnlluf to mnku tho col
Imlloiu from thn hotlliw onch Mon
lay. Venterday when thu coiumlttou
wuiit to thn pontofllcu the only ovl
luuco of tho bottle wan thn Iiik and
tin top, "tlm riMt having dlnappeared.
Inquiry of tho pontofllcu ofllrlalH re
vealed thu fact that thu bottle had
linen 1:0110 for nuvural duyit, hut thuy
had Hiipponed that tho committee had
coiiio to mako thn uollnctloim and
had not returned thu bottle. There
In no duo n h to who could havo bean
rnnponalhln for tho theft.
Colh'ctloiiH nro tn ho iniulo moro
rhRtilar In tho future, und a clono
check la holiiK kept on tho bottles.
I RECRUITING STATION
(From Mondny'a Dally.)
Tho Morton Drug company, which
lins boon nppolnted onrolllu; akoiU
for (ho United tntna shipping hoard
rocrttltlng norvlco, roporta a call for
IIOO rccrultH for tho merchant ma
rine, Tho pay while tralnliiK In 'AO
n month, with hoard and lodging and
thu uko of u uniform, After npproxU
mutely two niontliH on n trnlnlng ulilp
tho recrullH urn placed In tho crown
of cargo or piiHHOiier vohboIs for mer
cantile voyngoH to various quartora
of tho world. Thoy urn uxomptod
from military norvlco. No class 1
11:011 nro accepted.
DR. FRANCIS IS MADE
(From Tuosday'g Dally.)
I)r, C. II, Francis, llond oculist
nnd optician, this morning roculvod
u telegram from Adjutant General
McCain advising him of his appoint
ment nu u first lloutonunt In tho
Modlcnl Ilosorvo corps. Dr. Francis
has nccoptod tho nppolntmont nnd
-will hold himself in readiness for n
call for sorvlco, in tho monntlmo con
tinuing hla practice- hero.
now to preserve kh.
Ho nurn thoy aro fresh. Eggs
"put down" In Into nitmmor munt ho
hnyond suspicion. Thoy rIvd nupply
for family tnhlo whim high prlcos
ruin. Two methods, tested hy spn
clallntn, nro eiplalned below.
Eggs preserved wliun thoy aro
itbuntlant nnd cheap mnmi a nupply
uiixt wlntnr (oii thuy may reach ex
trnmoly IiIrIi price.
Lain summer, In not too nnrly to
preserve eggs, hut cam munt ho tnkou
that thoy nm ntrlctly fmnh.
Two muthoiU of preserving eggs
aro recommended hy specialists of
thn United Slates department of
OKrlcultum. They follow:
Unn 1 quart of nodlum silicate to 9
(juiirtn of water that lion been boiled
mid cooled. I'lace thu mlxturo In n
fi-gallou crock or Jar. Thin will liu
nufflclnut to pftmnrvn Ifi dozen oggs;
and tho quantity needed to prnnurvo
a larger number of eggs will ho In
First, nulnct a G-gallon crock nnd
cloun It thorouRhly, after which It
nhould lie ncnldud and allowud to dry.
Hucntid, heat a quantity of water to
thu hollltiR point and allow It to cool.
Third, when cool, measuro out 0
quarts of wntur, place It In tha crock,
MORE CHICKENS AM) EH.
Moro chicken mid morn eggs
will ruloano more moat for our
armli'N and thn nlllei. Thuy
rauuot Rut our chlckuun and
egg wo can, and llkn to cat
Poultry can hu Incronncd moro
rapidly and morn economically
than any of tha meat aulmali,
Chickens will live largely and
grow and pronpnr on wantu that
never othurwlnn would hu of
unn, and will cat thu infant
hugs, particularly orchard pentn,
before they havu had opportun
Ity to do great harm,
Chlcknnn rcqulro u minimum
of attention. Mont of It can hu
Rlvon hy women nnd children.
No heavy labor ! required.
Chlcknnn will help win tho
and add 1 quart of nodlum nlllcntu,
ntlrrlng thu tulxturu thorouRhly.
Fourth, place thu nxgn In tho nolu
t Ion. Ho very ctroful to allow at
leant 2 I lichen of too solution to
cover tho okkh.
Fifth, placo tho crock containing
thi pronnrvod uggn In a cool, dry
place, well covorud to prevent evap
oration. Waxed papnr covered over
and HimI arounij the top of tha crock
will aimwer thin purpimu.
I. lino Method.
Whou WHtnr-Klaiw cannot ho ob
tained, tho following method may hu
lined In Itn nttmd. Many consider
thin method entirely Hatlnfactnry,
though liiHtnncen aro known In which
ckkh no priKorvud have tasted slight
ly of lime.
DIhhoIvh ! or .1 poitiidH of unslaked
llino In r. gallons or watur that has
provlniiHly been boiled and allowed to
cool, nnd allow tho mixture to 11 1 and
until tho lluio ssttliM and tho liquid
Is clear. Place, clwiu, fronh oggs In
a clean oarthonwnro Jug or kog and
pour tho clear llnio water Into tho
vessnl until tho eggs nro eovored,
At leant 2 Inchon of thu solution
should cover tho top layer of eggs.
Sometimes n pound of salt Is used
with tho llino. hut experience has
shown thnt In gonoral tho lime
without tho salt Is moro satisfactory,
now to candm: i:g.h.
If you nro going to put nwny somo
summor-lald oggs for wlntor uso
hath n patriotic nnd n porsonal duty
you will nood to oxorclso enro to
soo thnt only good eggs nro put In tho
wator-glnsa or llmowntor container.
Ono hnd og.g is llkoly to destroy sov
ornl othorH. Uy consistently gather
ing tho eggs whon thoy nro fresh,
most of tho danger of storing had
eggs Is avoided, hut since somo oggs
nro imporfoct whon thoy nro laid,
candling, whoro It can hu douo with
out too much troublo ami dolny,
might woll ho prnctlccd.
Tho Uultod States department of
agriculture !io,h Just Issuud n bulletin,
"How to Candlo Kggs," Tho text Is
brief nnd direct nnd is Illustrated
with colored plntea showing tho way
In which nu egg should npponr bo
ford tho cnndlo, togother with tho
various wnya it should not npponr.
Tho bullotlu wnswrltton hy Dr, M. K.
Pnnnlngton, chlot of tho food ro
sonrch laboratory, nealstod hy M. K.
JonkliiB, bnctorlologlst, nnd II, M. P.
Ilotts, nrtlst, It should ho of groat
uso, not only to porBoiiH putting nwny
oggs for homo uso, but to thoso who
doslro to establish or maintain repu
tations for delivering eggs In perfect
FROM DESCHUTES CO.
INCREASE 125 PER CENT
(HUI to Ttie riull-lln.)
HAI.I3M, July 27. Whllo freight
traffic Into thn Deschutes vnlloy hy
thn two railroads operating there
showed a tremendous Increase In
HMO over tho year 10 10 an In
crease no stupendous, In fact, us to
ho almost unbelievable to tho best
hooxtnrs of that wonderful valloy
thn report of tho Oregon Trunk rail
road, Junt received hy tho public
norvlco commission to cover thu cal
endar year of 1017, shown even moro
wonderful strides In advance, and
shows a percentage of Increase gen
erally oven largor ovor 1910 than
tho year 1010 nhowod over 1915.
Tha report for thu Deschutes road
has not yet been received, but Is ox
It In -well for ono to hold his
breath when ha mads tho figures ap
pended, for at first blush thuy aro
almost Inconceivable. In 1010 a
total freight tonnage of 02,192 tons
was cafrlcd hy tho Oregon Trunk!.
In 1917 that tonnage had Increased
to ir,2,02fi tons, or easily an In
crease of 12G per cent.
Agricultural products carried In
1917 aggregated 22,927 tons, as com
pared to 11,102 toon carried In 1910;
grain aggregated 19,590 tons an com
pared to 8,301 tons; products from
animals amounted to 7,872 tons, as
compared to 8.G.T7 tons, or a slight
Increase; livestock amounted to
7,445 tons, as compared to 8,103
tons, also n slight decronno; prod
ucts from mines amounted to 2,712
tons, an compared to 1,117 tons;
products from forests (nnd hero Is
a stunner) aggregated 98,677 tons
(From Monday's Dally.)
Ad Gustavo, local wrestlor, proved
hlmsolf to bo a hotter man than
Young Norbcck of Kllonsburg, Wash.,
had given him credit for being, whon
ho won tho decision ovor tho latter
at tho gymnasium Saturday night
Norbeck, who claims the light heavy
weight championship of the coast,
challenged Gustavo to a match,
agreeing to throw him twice In ono
hour and thirty ml 11 ut oh. Ho gained
his first fall at the ond of thirty-two
in I n u toe with 0 combination hammer
lock and toe hold. Gustavo accepted
thu decision of ltaforeo Hilly George,
although there were those In the
audience who denied that a fall had
In the second heat, lasting over a
52-niliiute porlod, Gustavo held off
his opponent, not permitting a fall,
hut In several Instance! forced Nor
beck to work hard to keep himself
from going to the mat. At the end
or mo time tlio men were both go -
Ing strong, hut tha extra weight of !
Norbeck provod n serious handicap
... .i. .............
to hla opponent.
At tho conclusion of tho match I from tho dato of the first publication
Norbeck in addressing the uudloucejof this notice at the office of 11. C.
gave groat credit to Gustavo's ability. ,K,,1,I ,n 'he ,,,,rl National llnnk
am.),,. .hr.1 i. ...i.i 1 inn.i , Mlu,,,,,,,Bi on. "oschutos county.
"'""', " """ " i - "jurogon.
moot 1110 man in n iinisneu go, no
tinio limit set, best two out of three
NAME NOT EASY
(From Xlonday's Dally.)
W. W. Wongo, nllas K. W. Muollor,
nllna F. W. Schwndo, has nnswored ,
Jo so many different nnmea that when
ho was asked ot Vancouvor by a
Uultod States official what hla mimo
was ho wns uunblo to toll him until
after hoOind boon Interrogated tho
CMuollor was nrrestod horo sovornl
wooka ngo on a charge of forgory
nml lntnr onnfeRxnil tn luivlni lieon !
n deserter, from tho United States j
in lus confession implicating
Ilort Robinson, another desortor. Tho
mon wore tnkon to Vancouver nnd
turned ovor to tho United Stutoa of
ficials hy Sheriff S. E. Roberts Satur
day, nnd It was thon thnt Muollor
frogot tho namo undor which ho had
unlisted and failed ta mako answer
to tho inquiry for suvorul minutes.
On tho train to Portland ho nctcd
norvQUH during tho ontlro Journoy
nnd 011 ono occasion tho eh u rift found
him working with tho handcuffs with
n button hook in an effort to roloaso
Something to soil? Advortlao tn
Tho Bulletin's classified column,
as compared to 21,902 tons In 1910;
lumber amounted to 90,109 tons, as
compared to 20,009 tons, other forest
products totaling 2,408 tons, an com
pared to 1,233 tons for tho preced
ing year Manufacture totaled 11,
004 tonn, as compared to 11,309 tons
for the preceding year.
The road puld 1102,471.28 on total
compensation to Itn employes for
1917, tho average number of em
ployer, being 143 i. Tho road also
paid off $100,000 outstanding notes.
It used 12,579 tons of fuel, or 2,
113,217 gallons of fuel oil.
Its operating revenues for tho year
wore $229,529.97, no Increase of
$130,904.98 over the preceding year.
Its operating expenses, however,
worn $387,703.79, an Incrcaso of
$100,533.04. Its net revenue, conse
quently, was $41,821.18, or n de
creaso of $30,028.00 from Its net
revenue of tho preceding year. Its
railway operating Income for tho
year was $17,422.19 In red figures,
or a $5,715,80 decrease over tho pre
ceding year and tho Income balance
transpired to tha profit and loss ac
count pbowed figures In the red
amounting to $402,701.80, or a de
crease of $87,374.80 from tho pre
These figures Indlcato that regard
less of the Immensely Increased traf
fic the road still Is operating at a
The road has 150.91 miles of
track with a total Investment In road
and equipment at tho end of tha year
of $10,439,578.35. It expended
$175,508.88 In additions and better
ments during tho year.
V (From Friday's Dally.)
Out of fifteen applicants writing at
tho stato teachers' examination here
last month, eleven secured certifi
cates. These wcro forwarded to the
county superintendent of schools' of
fice this week. Flvo of those taking
tho examination wcro from other
counties than Deschutes. Those re
ceiving certificates wore: John Tuck
of Uodmond, Nora Livingston, Bend;
Mrs. Ii. C. Scott, Crescent; Mrs.
Olive Lanfcar, II' nd; Jennlo K, Car
roll, Dutto; Hlla Morse, llond; Curtis
Christy, Sisters; Frank Webber,
Ilend; Avn A. Moore, Ilend; Anna K.
Tate, Ilend; Hthlyu Stetson. Held.
Ono cont a word is all a little- Want
Ad will cost you.
In tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for Deschutes Countv
In tho Matter ot the Estate ot Jessie
Hello Thayer. Deceased. 1
Notice is hereby given that the
unuersignod was on the 12th day of
July. ISIS, duly appointed executrix
of tho Inst will and testament of
'j. - sslo Hollo Thayer, deceased. All
persons having claims against the
??l!,,L' nro noretiy notit led to present
,,r n.imu uuij vermeil in uiu iiiiiuiinr
inmviiio.i i.v in wm.i,. iv ,nto
Dato of first publication. July IS.
MABEL K. STRINGER,
Executrix ot tho Last Will nnd
Testament ot Jessie Hello
Thnyor, Deccasod. 2023c
NOTICK TO (TtKDITORS.
In tho County Court ot the Stato ot
Oregon, for tho County of I)o-
' I,. ,lin lntim. mx .i.A i...At , ,..
J Canada, Deceased.
Notlco Ih horoby slvon that tho
undersigned has boon appointed exec
utrix of tho estnto of Mary J, Canada,
deccasod, nnd nil porsons having
claims against tho estnto ot tho said
Mary J. Cnnndn nro horoby notified
to presont tho samo. dulv verified ns
',,,,l!ro,-.by ''. at tho offlco of E. O
Stadtor In tho First National Hank
HttlldlUR In Bend, Doschutcs county,
Oregon, within b!x months from tho
dato ot tho II rat publication of this
Dato ot tho first publication of this
notlco, August 1, 1918.
ELLEN D. SANDERSON,
' O. STADTER,
Attorney for Executrix,
NOTICE TO CllHDITOKS.
Ill tho County Court of tho Stnto of
Orogon, for tho County of Do
schutcs. Iu tho'Mnttor of tho Estato of Vornon
A. Forbos, Docoasod.
Notlco is horoby Ivon that Anno
Forbes was, on tho 23rd day of July,
1918, nppolntod administratrix ot tho
ostnto of Vornon A. Forbes, deceased,
nnd all porsons having claims against
nnld ostnto nro horoby notlllod to pro
sent samo to said administratrix nt
Bond, Orogon, voriilod as roqulrod
by law, within six months of tho dato
ot tho first publication ot this no
tice. Dato ot first publication, July 25,
Administratrix ot tho Estnto of Vor
non A, Forbes, Docoasod. 21-25o
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for DnnchutcA County.
In tho Matter of tho Kstalo of Kd
ward C, Pnnroso, Deccasod.
Notlco Is horoby gives that tho
undornlcnnd wna mi Mm 1911. .i..., ..
July, 1918, nppolnted administrator
wuii mo win annexed or tno estato
of Kdword C. Ponroso, docoasod. All
tmrHOIIS huvlr.2 rlnlmn nvnln.t tl.n
estato am horoby notified to present
tho samo duly verified In tho manner
provided hy law within six months
of tho dato of tho first publication
of this notlco at tho offlco of A. J.
Monro, In tho Log Cabin building,
ilend, Deschutes County, Oregon.
Dato of first publication, July 18,
it la t
.... H. C. ELLIS,
Administrator with tho Will
Annexed of tho Estato of Ed
ward C. Penrose, Deceased.
In tho Justice Court for the District
of Dcnd, Deschutes County, Ore
gon. Mary E. Hoover, doing business as
tho Universal Oarage, plaintiff, vs.
F. P. Drake, dofondant.
To F. P. Drake, tho above named
defendant: In tho Name of tho
Stato of Oregon you aro hereby re
quired to appear and answer tho com
plaint In the above entitled action on
or before August 8th, 1918, thnt dato
being six weeks after tho first pub
lication of this summons, or for -want
thereof tho plaintiff will take Judg
ment against you for $14.24 with in
terest thereon at 0 from Jan. 1st,
1918, and tho costs and disburse
ments of -this action.
J. A. BASTES,
Justice of thn Pinft-
A. J. MOORE, 17-23p
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In tho Circuit Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for tho County of De
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
, COMPLETE STOCK of Sundwd Si.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron. Bronze and Semi-Steel Castings for
Power Transmission Machinery: Vood Pipe Fittings. Grate
Bars. Agricultural. Mining and Saw Mill Machinery. Ornament
al and Structural Iron. WE ARE PREPARED TO RUSH
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
CHINERY. BEND. OREGON.
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-1C First National
(Dr. Co)' Former Oftlcr.)
H. H. DcARMOND
O'Kano Building, Bond, Orogon
II. O. L L I 8
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Sulto 68-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Orogon
EYE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire ot
TIIORSON, TUB JEWELER
Eastes-Anderson Farm LancLCo.
Irrigated Farm Lands a Specialty
Firit National Bank Building 124 Oiegon Stiett Bd, Oragoa
C. 8. Hudson, plaintiff, vs. John W.
llakor, Alllo N. Dakor, also known
os A. N. llakor; William Snail,
Ilodmond Dank of Commerce, a
corporation; Georgo W, Wlmar,
trustee nnd C. W. Ehrot, O. N.
Ehrot and II. Ehrot, copartnora
doing business under tho firm
namo and stylo of Ehrot IJros., do
fondants. To C. W. Ehrot, C, N. Ehrot and
II. Ehrct, co-partners, doing business
undor tho firm namo and stylo ot
Ehrct Uros.: In tho Namo of tho
Stato of Oregon, you aro horoby re
quired to appear and answer tho com
plaint filed against you in tho above
entitled suit, within nix wcokn after
tho dato of tho first publication of
this summons, to-wlt: On or boforo
tho 9th day ot August, 1918, and If
you fall so to do, for want thoreot
tha plaintiff will take Judgment
against you and will apply to tha
court for tho relief demanded in tha
complaint horeln, to-wlt:
For a decree that tho plaintiff fa
tho owner In feo simple of tho 8W4
of Soctlon Twonty (20), Township
Sixteen (10) South of Ilango Elerea
(11) East, W. M., Deschutes County,
Oregon, and that tho defendants har
not, nor either of them, or any other
person, other than tho plaintiff, any
right, title, estato, Interest In or lien
or claim upon tho said real property
or any part thereof, and that plain
tiff's tltlo to said real property bs ,
sllonced against said defendants and
each of them, or any persons clalsa
lng any Interest therein, and for aach
other relief as to the court may seem
moot and equitable.
Service of this summons Is eaads
upon you by publication thoroof In
tho Bend Bulletin for six successors
-weeks by virtue of an ordor made by
T. E. J. Duffy, Judgo of tho abovo en
titled court, on the Cth day ot Joae,
1918. Date ot the first publication,
June 27, 1918; last publication
August 8, 1918.
17-23c VERNON A. FORRES.
Attorney for tho Plaintiff.
Postoffice Address; Bend, Oregon.
Pbone Black 1291
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