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UKND BULLETIN, I1KND OUKOON, TIIURHDAY, BKPT, 10, IMS
TOTAL IN NATION TO
Hovrn Hundred ntul Ninety Mn Hc-
turini Agm f IH nnd -in Aro
K , ItrKlMortMl In This
. L'lty Ymtrrilny.
(From Friday's Dolly.)
WAHfllNOTON, Hopt. 13.
Thi offlco of Provost Marshal
(lonera! Crnwdor linn announced
-- Hint ruKlntrntlon under tlin now
- mart power Mil In (ho Unltml
HtntfH has oxcoodod tho ostl-
mntoH ly 814 Ior emit. Tim
- totul rcp.lntriillon In tho nntlon
will total nliout 14 million.
Registration In Deschutes county
will not vary 100 nnmes olthitr way
from tho estimated nuinhor of regis
trants ns iiropnrod prnvlnuii to tho
registration. Thin ls determined to
lay by tho inaiinnr In which tho ro
turim from tho various districts nro
coming In. Tho tintlinntod nuinbor
wa not at 1000, and at tho prciiont
time with 18 dliitrlctN hoard from
tho nuinbor of registrant totals
Of tho total county registration
iipproxltnatidy 700 registered with
1n tho llmlta of Ilond In tho nix
Or tho 18 district reported to tho
local war board at 3 o'clock thin
ftrnoou tho followliiK registration
Ilond No. 1, total registered ., .138
llond No. 2, total registered G7
Jlnnd No. 3, total registered CO
Ilond No. 4, total registered 33
llond No, 5, total registered 40
Hrooks-Kraiilon . 143
llrlck Vard .. 8
llond No. C, total registered....... 44
JlrookN'Hcaiilon Camp ........ 41
Lava .. - 2
Hlster .... 3C
Lower llildRO ........................... 1C
Terrebonne ....... . 3!i
Dcsrlititu MMMWM...M.. 23
JVIfalfa itwt.m.iMwMMM. 16
Ornngu ............. 32
Received by mall CO
Itopnrln from Tho ijhavlln-lllxon
-cmnp, Mllllcan, I.n I'lno and Hod
mend havo not yut boon received.
In tho lattnr placo It U estimated
that something Hko 100 registered.
All report from tho outnldo pro
litit sufficient havo cotuo In to certify
tint itufrtclont havo conto In to corlty
tho oRllniato an being very near tho
total ii u in I) or.
In all districts tho registration
xhowod a vory itmatl porcontago of
mm between tho ages of 18 and 21,
with a largor proportion botwoon tbu
iircn of 32 and 3G, and another fall
liiK off botwoon thosu from 3C to 45.
In tho nix dlntrlcts reported from
Jlonil, Including tho Ilrooks-Scanlou
und Bliovlln-Hlxon plants, thoro
worn but CO of tho yotuiKor ngo
Tnglstorod against tnoro than GOO of
those botwoon 32 and 40. Deschutes
amo In with tho groatest numbor of
men falling undor tho now nges for
cull from 32 to 3G, Twonty-throo
liorsoiiM woro registered In this dis
trict, all of whom aru botwoon tho
iiRca to bo called.
' FIRST "VICTORY" SIREN
Impressive ceremonUs iiiurUed the
liiHtallutlon of tho llrot "Victory" slron
In tho nation on tho roof of tho Kvnna
building, Wnbhlnuton. Tho "Victory"
or "Angclus ' siren sounds each day tho
signal for noondiiy prayur for victory
for our nation anil our allies nnd for n
jponco everlasting. Tho photograph
tahowH little Miss Irouo Elliott Mooro,
who unveiled tho siren,
One cant a word la all a llttlo
Want, Ad will coat you,
. i I l 17 III tmlVrr.iV
TOWN HAS HISTORIC PAST
llfracombo, Popular English Oummer
nesort, Has Oeon Well Known
Through Many Centuries.
Ilfrncoinlio In rapidly becoming popu
lar iin a summer resort or, us tho Kng
llsli call It, a watering place, It Is not
on n sleep hlllsldn, surrounded by "(ho
seven hills," ,on (ho beautiful Devon
shim roast. From tho near town of
Hillsborough llfrncombo shows a mass
of whltu cot lace, clinging desperately
to the hlllsldo to keep from tumbling;
Into tho Atlantic ocean.
Many people think that llfracombo
Is n modern town, In splto of Its quaint
ness, bocnuso It has such nn up-todnto
nlr. Hut llfmcomhu Is n skillfully com
ouflaged antique, hnvlng been n harbor
of some note 'way back In tho twelfth
century. This attractive townlet has
bron Inflicted with n Krent variety of
Jnw.breaklng names during tho cen
turies of Its existence. Its names
rango nil tho way from Aelfrlngcombo
and llfordscomho to Alfredscombo,
nnd, at last, llfracombo. Hut tho Kd
folk round about llfracombo Just call
In 11114 llfrncombo wn ono of tho
45 Kngllsh porta that sent representa
tires to tho council of shipping, and In
1010 It wns captured by Fairfax. They
say thorn wero snmo hot skirmishes ot
that tlmo In what Is now known as
"Woody Mcndow." Bomo connon balls
of that period found hero corroborate
In theso olden days wrecks rear 11
frncombo wero frequent, and pearls
nnd other valuabln treasures of tho In
dim wero often sold to advntitngo by
tho fisher folk to merchants In neigh
SEA BUFFALO "GOOD EATING"
Other Thlnoa Beside the Beefsteak,
to Which the Nation Is Attached,
May Be Made of Use.
Sirloin of sea buffalo li much es
teemed In Kan Francisco nnd other
Pacific const citlos, whero meat of thin
highly valued nnlrnnl In coming to mnr
ket In such quantities nn to lower tho
cost of living by keeping down tho
prlco of beef nnd mutton.
Ken cows and sea horses bnro long
been familiarly known, but most folks
would confess themselves unacquaint
ed with tho sen buffalo. If they saw
one, they would call It a whalo; nnd
no wonder, for that la tho sen buf
falo'a other name.
Homo peopto might bo prejudiced
ngnlnst eating whale meat, but sen
buffalo steak sounds good. It Is good
jull equal, In fact, to tho best beef
steak, nnd hardly dlstlugulshnhlo from
tho Intter. In tho market, nea buffalo
tenderloin (boneless "filet") costs only
15 cents n pound; other cuts nro
Tho gray whalo (common In I'oclflc
waters) furnishes most of tho meat.
A OO-foot specimen will yield as much
butcher's material ns 70 head of cuttle.
Tho first Quakers to Innd on Ameri
can noil wero Mnry Fisher nnd Ann
Austin, who reached lloston In 1030
after n long voyage from Knglnnd by
way of tho West Indian Island of Hur
bndos. Tho two women cnuscd great
consternation to tho Puritans, nnd
George Illshop, In nn nddrcss to tho
'Two women arriving In your har
bor so shock ye, to tho everlasting
nhamo of you nnd of your established
order, ns If n formldnblo nrtny had In
vaded your borders."
Tho Quaker sect, or Boclcty of
Friends, was founded by Fox In 1048,
nbout eight years before tho first mem
ber, reached America on July 11, 1030.
Later fleorgo Fox vlstted America.
Thu part played by William Tvun and
other Qunkern In tho early history of
Pennsylvania und Now Jersey Is fa
miliar to all students of history.
Can Shyness Do Cured
Whnt Is tho remedy for shyness?
What Ih tho shy man to do In ordor
that ho may bo shy no longer?
Tho remedy Is simple, nnd Ih to bo
found by consideration of tho cnuso.
Tho shy person Is shy In thu presenco
of strnngera only. Let him havo no
opportunity of meeting strangers, nnd
let tho opportunity bo abolished not
by abolition of tho meetings, but by
abolition of tho strangeness. In other
words, shy persons nro thoso who In
early life had not practlco and no ex
perience In meeting strangers, nnd no
having tho attention of strange di
rected to thorn and attracted to them.
If tho meeting with strangers becomes
customary It lose.s Hh strangeness.
As a Qentlemnnl
Llttlo brother accompanied Ida
mamma on a visit to sumo friends In
Chicago, und Included In tho entertain
ment of tho visitor was u luncheon at
pnu of tho fashionable cafes. Llttlo
brother wiih taken along because thoro
wiih no placo to "check" him.
"Now, brother," mild inaniinn, "you
boo this beautiful placo and all theso
lovely Indies you nro tho only man
present, nnd I want you to bo very
pollt'o and net Just Hko your father
would If ho wna here."
"Well," said brother, "I guess I'll
tuko a cigarette."
"How far can you travel on n gnl
Ion of gasollno?"
"Not im far na I used to," replied
Mr. Chugglns, "Hut I'm hoping to re
duce tho exponso by developing n by
product. Tho gasollno la bo oily and
tho roads nro so rough that with n llt
tlo caro wo ought to inako every trip
yield a good churning of nxlo grease,"
ENDS S. A. DRIVE
SUBSCRIPTION OP $180
llrookN-Hcniilon Kmplo)w In All De
partment Donalo to Knlvntion
Army Drlvo Ilond Total
Near County Quota,
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Did you If car tho boll rlnj; this
H rang with a loud nolso, the
gong was smashed, tho pieces flow all
about and tho Salvation Army drlro
was over so far as tho Ilond quota
llrooks-Bcanlon did tho trick with
a smashing subscription ot 1 180,
"and moro to como," In tho words ot
an officer of tho company, tho con
tribution of company employes in
No further effort will bo mado to
Increase tho amount ot tho Ilond sub
scriptions, tho present total being Al
most up to the quota for tho wholo
county, and with tho special con
trlbutlon mado at the Labor day
picnic, much In excess ot tho amount
nskod of tho wholo county.
Another district to report with an,
over-subscription Is Deschutes, W. K.
Van Alien of tho C. O. I. Co. yestor
day bringing In a check for $11, or
$1 over tho allotted quota.
Hand subscriptions now total
I3G9.40, tho now subscribers bolng
Previously ackonwlcdgod 1184.40
J. N. Iluntor - 2.00
W. C. McCulston 2.00
Mrs. A. W. Modell 1.00
Hrooks-Hcanlon Co, and em
DOING GOOD WORK IN WAR
English Church Army Has Accom
plished Much for the Men In tho
Field, Says Message.
Tho Kngllsh church army Is doing
a noblo work In tho war," was the
messngo received In this country by
tho Kplscopnl church from the Church
of I'nglnnd. "Fully equipped recren
lion huts, open to men of nil creeds,
hnvo been estnbllshed In nil training
camps In Kngland nnd Wules. On the
French front huts, tents nnd tempo
rary churches nre provided. In nil
more thnn 600 of these huts and tents
nre In use; some In remote plnces In
tho north for tho men of the nnvy;
others In Malta, Egypt, Palestine,
Macedonia, Mesopotamia, East Africa
and even In India. Frequently 'last
letters havo been written from theso
huts, bearing tho heading, 'Church
Army Hut' letters now treasured by
thoso nt home. Tho bill for writing
paper alone Is over fOO.OOO n year.
"Closo to the front lino trenches
tho church army keeps soveral 'kitch
en cars' to supply tho men with hot
coffee In England hotels hnvlng nil
tho ndvnntages of n club nro being
mnlntnlnod, whero men nro cured for
during their furloughs. Prisoners In
tho hands of the Germans nro also
cared for by tho church nrmy."
Recently General Pershing address
ed nn nppreclatlvo letter to Preben
dary Carllle, head of tho church army,
thanking him for tho help tho army
had been to American soldiers passing
through England, It Is proposed to
mnlntnln a hut to be known ns the
"denernl Pershing Hut." The cost of
ono of theso huts equipped, Is $2,500.
ENDS ONE NOISE OF CITIES
Invention of Philadelphia Man Does
Away With Racket When Cars
Tho problem of suppressing tho
nolso nnd shock of tho street car In
passing over nn Intersection has been
nttneked In a novel manner by a Phil
adelphia Inventor, Samuel 11. Meeker,
who accomplishes tho object without
tho uso of any ot tho moving and In
terlocking parts which chnracterlro
most of tho Inventions for this pur
pose, and without making nny great
changes. In tho design of tho crowing
Itself. Tho Intter Is constructed In
ono pleco or unit, and at a point slight
ly In ndvnnco of thu Intersection of the
Each rail section Is formed with tho
fnce of tho rail cut nwuy In an Incllno
Which nllows tho weight of tho vehicle
to pass from tho bnsu of tho wheel to
tho llaugo on which It continues for n
fow foot, until tho wheels have passed
entirely over tho Intersection, when tho
weight of' tho car again passes to tho
baso of the wheel. This change Is so
grndunlly accomplished that It Is not
noticeable to tho passengers nnd tho
car pusses over tho crossing without
Jolt or noise. Tho latter Is n nmttor
of great Importance to persons living
In tho vicinity of such Intersections,
for tho pounding of tho cars over thorn
at night comprises a serious nnnoy-nnco.
LOCAL OIK.ANIZATIO.V OF HTATE
OltllElt IH FOIIMED IN THIH
CITV VKHTKUDAY HI'IMX'IIKH
(From Thursday's Daily.)
Insuranco mon of Ilond In all
branches of tho business wero or
ganized as a local branch ot tho In
suranco federation yesterday morn
ing at tho closo o: a mooting, during
which they woro addressed by Frank
8. Olovcr and C. A. Colvln, Insurance
mon of Portland. Tho following offi
cers woro elected:
J. C. Ilhodes, president; II. C.
Kills, vlco president; J. F. Arnold,
secretary; J. A. Eastes, secretary.
The cxocutlvo commlttco, of which
tho nbovo officers aro members. Is
composed ot Ashley Forrest, C. V.
Kllvls, H. M. Grolncr, C. P. Dorian,
J. II. Anderson, J. M. Lnwrenco, C. S.
Henson and Hobs Farnhatn.
Mr. aiover and Mr. Colvln In their
addresses spoko on tho subject of
"Communal Insuranco and tho Farm
ers' Non-Partisan League," pointing
out to thoso present tho danger to
the pooplo of tho carrying out of the
mothoJs suggested by thorn.
611 DESCHUTES MEN
ARE IN FIRST AGES
Nearly One-Half of tho Total Num
ber IU"Klntcrxl to Ho Listed
for tho I'lntt Calls.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Of tho 1388 men registered In
Deschutes county last Thursday Cll
of thorn aro between tho ages of 19
and 21 and 32 and 3G, Inclusive,
which will Includo the first classifi
cation ot theso men for service. This
was tho announcement ot the local
war board yesterday afternoon, com
pleting the segregation of tho names
of tho registrants into tho various
groups, thoso to bo called at onco
under tho ordor of tho war depart
ment and thoso who havo passed tho
prescribed ago to come later.
TOBACCO IS SCARCE
ARTICLE IN FRANCE
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Tobacco Is very scarco in France,
and a much appreciated gift, says
Corporal Thomas O'Connor, Com
pany H, COth U. S. infantry, in a
card to T. A. McCann of this city ns
nn acknowledgement of a Bulletin
tobneco kit sent by Mr. McCann.
Tho card reads: "I received a to
bacco kit donated by you and wish
to thank you very much for it, as
tobacco is scarco hero in Franco and
a packago ot It is always appreci
ated." LEGAL NOTICES
HUMMONS HY I'UHLICATION.
In tho Circuit Court ot tho Stato ot
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
O. L. McVoy, plaintiff, vs. Alta P.
To Alta P. McVoy, dotondant:
In tho Namo of tho Stato of Oro
gon, you aro horoby required to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho nbovo entitled suit
within six weeks from tho dato of
tho first publication ot this summons,
to-wlt: Within six weeks from tho
12th day of September, 1918, and
It you fail so to answer tho plaintiff
will apply to tho court tor Judgment
against you as domanded in his
complaint, to-wlt: For a docrco ot
tho nbovo ontltlod court dissolving
tho marrlago relation botweon you
and tho plaintiff.
This summons Is sorvod upon you
by tho publication thoroot In Tho
Hond Hullotln, Weekly Edition, tor
n porlod ot six consocutivo and suc
cessive weoks, In accordance with nn
ordor mado thorofor by tho Hon.
W. D. names. Judgo ot tho County
Court of Deschutes County, Oregon,
on tho 11th day of Soptombor, 1918,
which ordor requires publication for
six consocutivo nnd successive wooks,
and thnt tho first publication thereof
shall bo on Soptombor 12th, 1918.
It. S. HAMILTON.
Attornoy tor Plaintiff,
28-34o Address: Hond, Oregon.
Notlco Is horoby given that tho
City of llond has takon up tho fol
lowing described live stock, to-wlt:
Ono sorrol liorao, ago about 10 years,
weight about 900, two white hind
foot, brands, If nny, undoclphorablo.
Tho cost ot rodeoming said live stock
will bo $1.00 por day in addition to
actual oxponso of keeping and cost
ot advertising. In caso ot falluro to
rodoom on part ot owner, said ltvo
stock will bo sold ns provided by
tho charter of tho City ot Hond on
tho 24th day ot Soptombor, at 3 p. iu.
at city pound.
L. A. W. NIXON.
Chief ot Police and ox-Otflclo
NOTICE lxm PUBLICATION.
Dopartmont ot tho Interior, United
States Land Offlco at Tho Dallos,
Orogon, August 28th, 1018.
Notlco Is horoby glvon thnt Michael
M. Mackey of Hond, Oregon, who on
Juno 18th, 101C, mado Homcstoad
Entry No. 014C44, for lots 1-2-8
NE, 8Kt, Section R, Township 20,
Houth, Hnngo 14 East Willamette
Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention
to mako final thrco-year proof to es
tablish claim to tho land nbovo de
scribed beforo II. C. Ellis, U. 8. com
missioner, at Hond, Orogon, on tho
18th day of Octobor, 1018,
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. J. Dyor, D. C. Hogors, Fred
Klgor, Clifford Evans, all of Mllllcan,
H. FHANK WOOODCOCK.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
Ocorgo D. Cloracnts, Plaintiff, to.
Holen V. Clements, defendant.
To Helen V. Clements, tho abovo
In tho namo of tho State of Ore
gon, you nro hereby required to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho above entltlod suit
on or beforo tho 24th day of October,
1918, which Is moro than six weeks
after tho Cth day of September, 1918.
tho dato of tho first publication of
this summons, and If you fall to ap
poar and answer, for want thereof,
tho plaintiff will apply to tho court
for a decreo dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore exist
ing between plaintiff and defendant,
and for a furthor decreo awarding
tho futuro care, custody and control
of Clarence Clements to tho plain
tiff herein, as prayed for In said com-
Lumber. Lath. Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Suadwd Ska.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Castings for
Power Tranitniision Machinery; Wood 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
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-16 First National
Hank Dldg. Tel. 511
(Dr. Co'i Former Office.)
H. H. DeARMOND
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
II. O. ELLIS
United BUtc Commlsslone
Flrst National Dank Building
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Sulto 6-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Oregon
EVE SPECIALIST, ot Portland
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire ot
TIIOHSON, THE JEWELER
DescKutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, President
Most Comploto Abstrnot Plunt in Central Orogon. Special Attont Ion
Glvon to Fcdoral Loan Abstruots.
First National Danh Dldtf., UEND, ORE., Cor. noxt to Alley
Eastes-Anderson Farm Land Co.
Irrigated Farm Lands a Specialty
Fir it National Bank Building 124 Orcgoa Sliert Band, Oragoa
plaint, nnd for such othor nnd fur
thor roltof ns to tho court may ap
poar Just and cqultnblo.
Tho survlco of this summons Is
mado upon you by publication thereof
In Tho Hond Hullotln, a nowspapor of
gonornl circulation, for six consocu
tlvo and successive weoks, by virtue
ot an ordor mado nnd ontorod by tho
Hon. T. E. J. Duffoy, Judgo ot tho
nbovo entitled court, on tho 31st day
of August, 1918.
E. O. 8TADTEH,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Dato of first publication, Soptom
ber S, 1018.
Dato of last publication, October
24, 1918. 27-330
NOTICK FOK PUHIJCATION.
Department ot the Interior, United
States Land Offlco at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, August 12th, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
liam A. Rahn, of Mllllcan, Oregon,
who, on January 20th, 191G, made
Homestead Entry No. 014400 for K
(East halt) Section 11, Township 20,
South, Range 16, East Wiltametta
Moridlan, has filed notice of inten
tion to mako final threo-yoar proof
to establish claim to tho land above
described before H. C. Ellis, United
States commissioner, at Hond, Ore
gon, on tho 11th day ot October,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Poter B. Johnson ot Mllllcan, Ore
gon. John J. Holland, Mllllcan, Oregon,
Charles H. Grarfonbcrger, of Mllll
Loo B. Koller ot Mllllcan, Oregon.
2C-29C II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
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