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1IICND IIUM.KTIN, IIKND ORKOON, XHURHDAY, HKIT. art, 1018
SGT. WHITE TELLS OP
Nothing Too Mivin for TIhmii (41 At
Irmpl, Ho Divlnriil In HmwIi
Jjmt NIkIiI (.'nrrliil llnyiinrt
' ' Wound In TIiIkIi.
, (From Saturday's Dnlly.)
hun methods mid Hun barbarism
woro exposed In nil tluilr nmiillihnnsii
by orKnnt Whlto, Into of tint Can
nillmi expeditionary forces, before n
crovil of between r.00 ami 700 ior
moiis at tho Gymnasium last iiIkIiI.
KorKniit Wlilt", one of tho mom
liorn of tho Ytillow Demon party,
wpont thrno yearn In tho sorvlco, two
of which were on tho IlKhtliiK lino
1n thu trenches on tho Itrltlnli front.
Jlo In kIvuii with tho powtir to toll
Ills story In simple hut fnrclhto Inn
jtunKi'. nml before ho hml completed
IiIh tnlk ninny were morn thorotiKhly
convinced thnt Germany must hu
Tho speaker ilwolt at urcnt length
on tho 'method used by tho Hun
untiles In their endeavor to oxtermln
uto tho enemy, stating thnl nothing
-wait too low, nothliiK too awful for
them to nttompt.
Ho hulil his nuilliinco spellbound
A'litlo ho recited tho story of his
llrsl mid, when ho, together with 1 1
conipmiloiiH, souglit to gnln Informa
tion from tho enemy trenches. Whlto
-won tho only man who survived tho
trip1, anil wlmn ho roturnil to his
own lines ho wan suffering from an
lght-lnch wouuit In his (IiIkIi In
fllcted hy an enemy bayonet. Tho
limn who rare him thnt wound wan
thn firm ho had ever killed, tho nor
Kcnnt added, hut ho hnd no regrets.
Annthnr speaker of tho evening
wiiii Judgo Stevenson of Portland,
'who ' gave many reasons why tho
looplo of Oregon should stand ho
Mud tho administration In tho Lib
erty loan driven. Coupled with his
itppenl In thU dlrortlon, ho spoke at
considerable ImiKth on what tho gov
urnmcnt hnd accomplished and what
van yet toft to bo done.
I'rovloun to tho addresses nt tho
(lymnnnluin meetings hnd boon hold
lit tho camps and plnntn of Tho
Hhovllu-Hlxon mid Hrooks-Hcanlon
Lumber companies, which woro well
nttended. Mombern of tho party loft
unrly this mornlnic on their itouthorn
DISTINGUISH TIIKMHKIA'KH IN
iiifi.i: iMtArrici: at camp
ii;adi:, Maryland iioyh of
jii:m ahi: tiikiik.
(From TuoiMlny'ii Dnlly.)
Western youthn nru distinguishing
thomnolvr-s on tho rlllo rnnKo nt Camp
Men do, Maryland, according to n
clIppliiK from nn eastern nowspopor
which reports tho nhnrp hIioo(Iiik
ubllltloH of tho members of tho C3rd
Infantry from Cullfornln. Tho nr
tlclo linn enpoclnl InturoHt for local
pooplo because of tho fncl thnt at
Joust II vo momhorH of tho 03rd nro
from thin vicinity, theso being Hilly
JnniaH, Ernest Fullor, William Spon
cor, John Weber nml Charles Kotx
Says tho artlclo: "Un to dnto It
1a roportod It Una tho bighorn nvor
(iro of any regiment which him gono
to tho ruiiKo from Camp Mondo. Of
courso, thoro In n rotiHon for thin
jiroud huccuhh. Tho roglmont In
composed of HtroniT, liuuky bruvos of
tho west; mon who lino boon ncciiB
tomcd to handling 11 rlllo or Hhot-
u 11 iilncn thoy woro hoys In knoo
VISITS IN BEND
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Mrs. M. K, Houghton, Btnto mnii
Kor of tho Frntornnl Ilrothorhood
aoclety, In In tho city, arriving on luut
jili;lit'H train, nml will hold a moot
JiiK nt tho ofllco of Dr. Coutiluonu
t "this ovonlng. All momhora nro urged
ito bo pruHont.
Will Make Public Names
of Those Who Have Not
Purchased Fourth Bonds
Lottorn to Hi oho who hnvo not yet
purchnHod fourth Mhorty boinU nro
to bo unlit out within tho uoxl two
ilnyM and tho minion of thono who do
not rcnpnml nro to ho either pub
Hulled or poNtod In counplcuoun
plnciiH, Thin wnn tho nnuotincomoiit
Klvon out from hondqunrtnm HiIh
nftornoon followliiK " muatltiK of tho
loan comnilttooH ut 12 o'clock todny.
II. J. Ovorturf, city chnlnunu,
ntntod todny thnt thn drlvo In tho
city wnn far hulow what It Hliould bo.
HubHcrlborn nro not coiiiIiik In and
W'ltli only throo duyn In which to
romploto tho iiinta for tho county
moro activity must ho hIiowii,
Out of n iiotn of 185,000 not for
HICI'OKT OF THU CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of Bend
AT 1IKNI), IN TI1K HTATK OF OUKOON,
AT TIIK CM).Hi; OF ItimiNICKH ON AUOUHT 111, 1DIH.
LoniiH nml dlnrountn . ., $538,895.02
Foreign IIIIIh of Kxclinugo or Drnftn nold with in
domnmont of thin bank, not shown under
Horn d, above (moo Item 57c) ..
t H. HoiiiIh (oilier IIiiiii I,llTly IIoimIh, IiiiI In
rludliiK V. H. rcrtlllcnlcn of lii(lcb(iMliit.H) :
U. H. Ilonds deposited to nocuro circulation (par
U. H. bonds nml certificates of Indebtedness
owned and unpledged . 15,000.00
Premium on U. H. bnudn
l.llM'Hy Iahxu KoimN:
Liberty l.onti bonds, 3', 4 nnd 44 per cont.,
Liberty Lonn bonds, 3, 4 and 4 ', por cent,
pledgeil to secure postnl savings deposits 4,000.00
Liberty Lonn bonds, 3V4. 4 and 4 por cont,
pledged to secure state or othor doposlts or
bills payable '. 19,000.00
Ironilit, Hivtirltliv), vte. (other than U, 8.):
Ilonds other than If H. bonds pledged to nocuro
postal mtvliiKM doposltn 3,794.70
KncurltlvR other than I). K. bonds (not Including
stocks) owned unpledged 28,554.69
Totnl bonds, securities, etc., othor than
Hlock of rcdernl ltcsorv Hank (60 per cent of
Vnluo of bnuklng house M 24,957.34
K(ulty In banking house
Furniture and fixtures
Henl estnto owned othor than banking houso
Lawful reserve with Fodernl Reserve Hank
Cash In vault nnd not amounts duo from national
Net nmountn duo from banks, bankers, nnd
trust companies other than Included In Items
13, 14 or 16
Checks on other banks In tho same city or town
nn reporting bank (othor than Item 17)
Totnl of Items 14, 15, 1C, 17 and 18. 95,450.31
Chocks on bnnku located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and othor cash Items........
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer nnd duo
from U. H. Treasurer
Capital stock paid In -
fens current expenses, Interest nnd taxes paid....
Circulating notes outHtnudlng
Net nmounta duo to banks, bnnkors nnd trust
companies (other than lucludod la Itoms 31
or 32) .
Total of ItouiM 32 nnd 33
Dtiiuuul PeitosltM (other tlutii luuik iIcikinIIh)
Mihjix-t to Itot'rvn (doposlts payablo within
Individual doposltH subject to chock
Certificates of deposit duo In less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed)
Coshlor'n chocks outstanding
Total of demand deposits (othor than bank
doposltn) subject to Hosorvo, Itomn 34,
35, 30, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 667,594.53
Time ih'ixmltft miIiJih-I to Hctui-vo (-payable nftor
30 days, or subject to 30 dnya or moro
notlco, nnd postnl nnvings) :
CorttflcntcR of deposit (othor than for money bor
Postnl savlns deposits
Othor tlmo deposits ,
Totnl of tlmo deposits subject to Hoaorvo, ,
Itomn 42, 43, 44 and 46 180,437.53
fltntivof Oregon, County of Deschutes, as: 1, L. a. Mcltoynolds, Cnshlor of
tho nbovo-numed bank, do solemnly swonr thnt tho nbovo ntntomont la truo
to tho best of my knowledge nnd belief.
L. O. McKKYNOLDS, Cnshlor.
Hubscrlbod and nwom to boforo mo this 24th dny of September, 1918.
ISKAL. KOUKHT W. 8AWYKH, Notary Public for Oregon.
My Commission expires March 2, 1920.
C. 8. HUDSON,
11. C. KLLIS,
E. A. 8ATHKU,
GUN PLAY CAUSES
(From Snturdny'H Dnlly.)
Ah tho result of 11 neighborhood
qunrrol, In which kuiih woro Unshod
nnd thronts innilo, Oons HnaHolburj;
wih nrrostod by ShorlfT 8. 13. Roberts
Inst night nnd brought to this city,
whoro ho is bolug hold on Ills own
rocoKiilrniico to nppenr boforo tho
Justlco of tho ponco. Tho qunrrol oc
curred In tho vicinity of tho HubboI-
burB rnnch southoiiHt of tho city.
BULLETIN SHOWS -100
PER CENT. CARD
(From Saturday's Dnlly,)
Ono hundred por cont. of tho om
ployoH of Tho Ilond llullotln hnvo
Biibscribod to tho fourth Llborty
loan, and tho card Is bolng displayed
In tho otflcu,
tho city, up to lnnt night but 130,000
had boon plodKod. Thin roprosontR
connldornhly loan than hnlf, Tho fuut
thnt tho fourth I.llorty lonn linn boon
ndvortlnod to ho rained without no
llcltorn bolriK xont out putn tho Rub
ncrlborn upon tholr honor nml duty
to tho government to innko tholr
HuliRcrlptloiiH voluntarily. MomborR
of tho committee nro Mill of tho
opinion thnt It will not ho necennary
to flond out thoRo Rollcltorn, hut In
Htead will tako tho lint of purchaHorn
of tho lnnt loan drjvo, innko publlo
tno tinmen or iiioko who nnvo not yot
coutrlbiitod to tho fourth lonn, It
In thought thnt thin will hnvo tho
MEN ARE CALLED
(From Hnturdny's Dnlly.)
A call hns boon rocolvod by tho
local draft board for tour mon of
tho apodal or limited clnas to report
nt Fort McDowoll, California, on
Soptombor 30. Thoso who hnvo boon
named by tho board to moblllzo on
thnt dnto nro: Pnul C. Williams,
Torrobonno, Orogon; wlllnrd L. Ho
thorn, llund, Oregon; Cheater Homer
I-lllott, Mllllcnn, Oregon, nnd Hor
bort W, Klckomoyor, Prlnovlllo, Oro
gon. BELGIAN RELIEF
DRIVE TO START
IOO PKH CUNT. CARD SHOWN.
Kinployoa of tho Oregon Trunk,
both In this city and llodmond, hnvo
subscribed 100 por cont. to tho
fourth Llborty lonn.
NEW EAST LAKE
WOULD OO IN FHOM THU KAHT
IN THU VICINITY OF CHINA
HAT IIUTTK (lllMil'M NOT TO
kxci:i:d j pkh ci:nt.
(From Saturday's Dally)
A now road Into Knst Lnko from
tho oast, connecting with tho China
lint road, Is tho proposnl of tho
forest service, K. O. Jncobson, forest
suporvlsor, nnd W. C. Hpront, engi
neer, leaving yestordny to tako a
crow of mon and go over tho pro
posed routo, to fix pormnnont grades
nnd locations. Tho present road Into
this territory, which leads In from
tho west up I'nullnn crcok, Is In poor
condition ut tho present tlmo, nnd
has been barely passable nt any sea
son of Hie year. Resides this, thero
nro several heavy grades to bo en
countered. Over tho lino of tho proposed now
road tho heaviest grado to bo on
countered will not exceed C per cent.,
whllo tho majority will moan less
than 4 por cont., nnd will lead
through a country Ideal for keeping
it in tho best possible condition for
traffic during all times of tho year
whon tho laVo In accessible.
It is expected that tho crow will
bo on tho work tho better part of
Something to sell! Advertise Id
Tho IJullotln'fl classified column.
In thn Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
P. TJ. Itempol, Plaintiff, vs. Anna
Vlens Rempcl, Defendant.
To Annn Vlens Itompol, tho nbovo
In tho nnmo of tho Stato of Oro
gon, you aro hereby required to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you in tho nbovo entitled suit
within six weeks from tho dato o
tho first publication of this summons,
to-wlt: on or boforo tho 1st day of
November, 1918, and if you fall to
answer or othorwlso plead within
said tlmo, for want thereof tho plain
tiff will tako Judgment against you
and a docroo of tho court for tho re
lief prayed for in tho complaint filed
heroin, to-wlt: An absolute decrco
of dlvorco from defendant nnd that
tho bonds of matrimony now exist
ing between plaintiff and dofondant
bo annulled and forover hold for
naught; that plaintiff bo decreed to
bo tho owner of tho land described
in tho complaint and that tho de
fendant bo forover barred from any
right, tltlo, claim or Interest in nnd
to said lands, including dower and
claim of dowor, nnd for such othor
and further relief as to tho court
may soom Just and equitable.
Sorvlco of this summons in tnado
upon you by publication In Tho Rend
llullotln for six succcsslvo nnd con
secutive wooks. by vlrtuo of nn order
of tho Hon. T. K. J. Duffy, Judgo
of tho circuit court, mndo on tho Gth
dny of Soptombor, 1918.
Dato of first publication of this
summons, Sept. 19, 191S.
Dnto of Inst publication of this
summons, Oct. 31, 1918.
W. P. MYEItS,
Attornoy for tho Plaintiff.
Postotflco Address: IJond, Orogon.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho
City of Rend has taken up tho fol
lowing described llvo stock, to-wlt:
Ono sorrol horse, about three years
old, whlto faco nnd two whlto hind
foot, brands it any undecipherable
Tho tost of redeeming said llvo stock
will ho 11.00 por day in addition to
actual oxpotiRo of keeping nnd cost
of advertising. In case of failure
to redeom on part of ownor, said
llvo stock will bo sold as provided
by tho charter of tho City of Ilond
on tho 28th day of Soptombor at 3:00
p. m. nt tho city pound.
L. A. W. NIXON.
Chlof of Police nnd ex-Ofllclo
SUMMONS 1Y PUHLICATION.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Orogon, for Deschutes County.
O. L. McVey. plnlntlff, vs. Altn P.
To Altn P. McVoy, defondnnt:
In tho Nnmo of tho Stnto of Oro
gon, you nro horoby required to np
penr nnd nnswor tho complaint filed
against you In tho nbovo ontltlod suit
within six wooks from tho dnto of
tho II rat publication of this summons,
to-wlt: Within six wooks from tho
12th dny of Soptombor, 1818, nnd
It you fnll so to nnswor tho plnlntlff
will apply to tho court tor Judgment
against you ns domnnded in his
complaint, to-wlt: For n docroo of
tho nbovo entitled court dissolving
tho mnrrlngo relation between you
nnd tho plnlntlff.
This summons Is sorved upon you
by tho publication thoroof in Tho
Ilond llullotln, Weekly Edition, for
a period of six cousocutlvo nnd nuc
cosslvo wooks, in accordance with nn
order mndo thorotor by tho Hon,
W. D. Unrnos. Judgo of Iho County
Court of Deschutes County, Orogon,
on tho 11th dny of Soptombor, 1918,
which ordor roqulros publication tor
six coiiBocutlvo nnd succosslvo wooks,
nnd thnt tho first publication thoroof
ahull bo on Soptombor 12th, 1918.
U. 8. HAMILTON,
Attornoy for Plaintiff,
28-34o Address: Hond, Orogon.
Notlco Is horoby glvon thnt tho
City of Rend hnn tnkon up tho fol
lowing described llvo stock, to-wlt:
Ono sorrol horso, ago about 10 yearn,
weight about 900, two whlto hind
feet, brands, If nny, undecipherable,
Tho cost of redeeming said llvo stock
will bo $1.00 por day In addition to
nctunl oxponso of keeping nnd cost
of ndvortlslng. In enso of failure to
redeem on part of owner, said llvo
stock will bo sold ns provided by
tho chnrtor of tho City of Rend on
tho 24th dny of Soptombor, at 3 p. m.
nt city pound.
L. A. W. NIXON,
Chlof of Police nnd cx-Offldo
NOTICE KOK PUIILICATION.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, United
States Land Office at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, August 28th, 1918.
Notlco Is horoby given that Michael
M. Mnckoy of Rend, Oregon, who on
Juno 18th, 1915, mndo Homestead
Entry No. 014044. for lots 1-2-814
NEW. BBtt. 8octlon 6. Township 20.
South, Ilango 14 East Wlllnmotto
Meridian, hnn filed notlco of Intention
to mako final thrco-ycar proof to es
tablish claim to tho land nbovo de
scribed boforo II. C. Ellis, U. 8. com
missioner, at Rend, Oregon, on tho
18th dny of Octobor, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. J. Dyor. D. C. Itozors. Fred
Klgcr, Clifford Evans, all of Mllllcnn,
H. FRANK WOOODCOCK,
Lumber, Lnth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of SuadrnJ Sao.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Ajfent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Castings for
Power Transmission Machinery: ArVood' 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
Dank Bids. Tel. 611
(Dr. Cm'i Former Office)
H. H. DeARMOND
Ij A W Y E It
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
H. O. J1LLI8
UtUtod 8Ute Commissioner
First National Bank Building
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Suite 68-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Oregon
EVE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Visits Bend Monthly,
Watch Paper for Dates,
or Inquire ot
THORSOX. THE JEWELER
DescHutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES. Proaldont
Most Comploto Abstract Plant in Central Oregon. Special Attention
Given to Ftdoral Loan Abstracts.
First Natlonnl bunll ttltltf., DEND, ORE., Cor. uext to Alley
Eastes-Anderson Farm Land Co.
Irrigated Farm Lands a Specialty
First National Bank Building 124 Oregon Stiert Bend, Ortgoa
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto Ql
Oregon, for Deschutes County,
Ooorgo D. Clomonts, Plnlntlff, vs.
Helen V. Clomonts, dofondnnt.
To Helen V. Clomonts, tho nbovo
In tho nnmo of tho Stnto of Ore
gon, you aro horoby rcqulrod to ap
pear and answor tho complaint fllod
against you In tho nbovo entitled suit
on or beforo tho 24th dny of Octobor,
1918, which Is moro thnn six wooks
nftor tho 6th dny of Soptombor, 1918,
tho dato of tho first publication of
thin summons, and if you fall to ap
pear and"nswor, for want thoroof,
tho plaintiff will apply to tho court
for n docroo dissolving tho bonds of
matrimony now and horotoforo exist
ing betwoon plaintiff and dofondant,
and for a further decreo awarding
tho futuro care, custody and control
of Clarcnco Clomonts to tho plain
tiff horoin, as prayed for In said com
plaint, and for such othor and fur
ther relief ns to tho court may ap
pear Just and equitable.
Tho sorvlco of this summons la
mado upon you by publication thoroof
In Tho Dcnd Rulletln, a newspaper oC
genornl circulation, for six consocu
tivo and succcsslvo wanks, by vlrtuo
of nn ordor mndo and ontorcd by tho
Hon. T. E. J. Duffoy, Judgo of tho
nbovo entitled court, on tho 31st day
of August, 1918.
E. O. BTADTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Dato of first publication, Septem
ber 5, 1918.
Date of last publication, October
24, 1918. 27-330
Phone Black 1291
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