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IIHNI) IWLLKTIN, HJ3NI), OHHflO.V, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 11
Notice of Restoration of Pulillo
InnilM to lluinustnnil Kntry ami othnr
Dlnponltlon. Department of thn In
torlor, Ooniirul Land Offlno, Wnnli.
liiKtnu, I). !.. December 14, 1018,
Notlco In hereby Klen Unit by Proc
lamation of thn Prnnldnnt tinted No
vnmbor 27, 1018, the following (In
scribed liiniln worn excluded from the
Deschutes National Forest, In Ore
Ron, nnil that restoration to home
stead onlry In advance of noltlnmonl
or othnr fonnn of disposition, subject
to vnlld rlKhtn nnd, thn provlnloun or
oxIntliiK withdrawals, In thnrnln pro
vldm! for thn public Inndn subject to
disposition In tho excluded nnm, nnd
thnt In accordance therewith mich
Inndn will bo subject to nntry only
undnr thn prorlnlonn of thn home
stead Inws mnulrlnr. residence, nt
nnd nflor, but not before, nine
o'clock n. m., Rtnndnrd tlinn, Jnnunry
1G, nnd to settlement nnd othnr din
poHltlon undnr nay public Inml Inw
nppllcnbln thereto, nt nnd after, but
not boforn, nlnn o'clock n. in., Stand
nrd tlinn, Jnnunry 22, 1010, nt thn
Unltnd States l.nnd Offlco nt l.ukn.
vlow, OrnKon, for thn Inndn first
hnrulnnftnr described, im follow: In
T. 26 fl., H. 7 K., Sees. 1, 2. 12 nnd
HIS In T. 27 H 11. 7 B Hnc. .1(1; In T.
28 H., It. 7 H Been. 1, 2, 3, 10 to IT,.
Inclusive, 22 to 27, Incluwlvo, 34, 5 6
nnd 30; In T. 20 H., II. 7 K Her. 1,
2 und 3; In T. 26 H.. It. 8 K.. WVt
Hoc. 6. See 0 nnd 7, W'A ' Hccs. 8
nnd 17, Hnc. 18j In T. 27 H , It, 8 K
Sees. 31, 32 nnd 33; In T. 28 H., II.
8 !:., Sees, 4 to 0, Inclusive. 16 to 23,
Inclusive, 2B to 34, Inclunlvn; In T.
20 H It. 8 B., Hecs. 2 to 0, Inclunlvn;
In T. 26 H., It. 10 B.. BBtf Sec. 18;
In T. 26 B., II. 13 K., HBV; Sec. 17,
KA Sec. 20. NBU nnd HA Hoc. 20,
Hoc. 32; In T. 21 H.. It. 16 B-. BH
WW See. 3; In T 21 H., It l B..
HBU Sec 34; In T. 22 H.. It. 10 B..
NBU Hrc. 3. NBU nnd Htt Sec, 10,
NH nnd BBU See. 22. BBVi Hnc. 33,
WW W!4 HWU Bnc. 34; In T 23 8
It 10 i:. N NWW, N4 HWU
NWU. HBU NWU. NW NBU
HWU Bee. 3. NBU NBU Boc. 4: And
nt thn United Stales l.nnd Offlcn nt
Thn Dalles for Iho following ilesrrlb
...i ii,,i,i. in T 1R R. It 10 B. Hue
26; In T. 10 B., R. 12 B.. Hnc. 31.
HWU Hnc. 32; III T 20 B.. II. 12 B.,
NWU Her. 31; In T. 20 H . 11 14 B..
BV4-. Bc 8, NBU Hrc. 19! in J. su
H.. It. 16 K H4 Hoc 26, fiBU Hoc
UMIIntnnMi. Meridian. Pros
pective applicants may. during
thn pnrlnd of twenty dnyn preceding
tho ilntn on wnicn inn innrni
Mhnll linrnmn Mllllect to entry. sel
ection, or location of tho form de-
Ircd undnr thn proTliilonn oi snm
proclntnntlon, execute Ihnlr nppllcn.
tli In I li ininmir nrnvlded by Inw
nnd present thn nnnm, accompanied
by tlm rnfiulri'd payments, to thn
United Htnlrn linu umen ni i.nse
vlow or Thn Dulles. Oregon, In per
son, by tnnll, or othnrwliic, nnd nil
niinllpntlnim ho filed. together with
such n may bo submitted nt thn hour
fixed, nhull bo t routed nn though
Hltnultiuirnunly filed nnd shall bn illit
twuifil nt In thn mnnnnr nrnvldod by
dnpnrtmnntnl rnRulntlnnn of Mny 22,
11)14. unnor nucn rcKuinuonn enn
fllctn of (junl rlKhtn will bn dntnr
mlnnd by n drnwlnic Warning In x
iiri.Hnlv elvnn In rnilil iirnclnmnttoil
thnt no DPltlomont Initiated prior to
nuvnn dnyn niter tno (into ror nomo
utend nntry nbnva nnmi'd will bo roc
ORnlxod. but nil poraonn who ro upon
nny of thn Innd to bo roMornd nn
thnrnln nrnvJdml nnd nnrform ntiy
net of nuttlomnnt tlmrcon prior to
nlnn o'clock n. in.. Rtnndnrd tlmo.
Jnnunry 22, 1010, or who urn on or
nra nccupyliiR nny pnrt or nnm union
nt nuch hour, nxcopt thonn lmvlng
vnlld nnttlnmcnt rlRfitn Inltlntnd
prior to wlthdrnwnl from iinttlotnunt
nnd nlncn mnlnliilned, nnd thonn hnv
Iiik prnrnrnncon to innko nntry undor
tho provlNlonn or tho Act or CnnRriw
npproved Juno 11, 1000 (34 Htnt.,
233), nnd Actn nmnndntnry, will bn
comldorod nnd dcnlt with nn Iron
pnnnnrn nnd will Riitn nn rlKhtn wlmt
ovor undnr nuch unlnwful nnttlnmnnt
or occupancy; provided, hownvor.
thnt nothing therein contained nhnll
prevent peroonn rrom roIiik upon nnd
over thn Inndn to nxnmlnn thorn with
n vlow to mnkltiR entry thereof, or
vottlnmont thoreon when tho Inndn
Hhnll become nubject thereto In nc
rordnnco with nnld proclnmntlon.
Pornonn hnvInK prior nettlomont
rlRhtH or proforoncon. nn nbovo de
fined, will bo nllowod to innko ontrv
In nccordnnco with exIntliiR Inw nnd
roRulntlonn. IntendhiK entryiuen nro
nlno wnrnml to nncartnln tho Htntun
of tho Inndn before mnkliiK nppllcn
tlon thorofor by Inquiry of tho lornl
lnud off Icon boforo Jnnunry 16, 1010.
nn n portion or tho nbovo doHcrlbed
InnilH Ih not Htibject to entry, boliiR
ombrncod In ontrloH undor tho publlo
land InwB. Tho rccordn of thlH ofrico
Hhow that tho nrean nbovo doHcrlbed
nro not now ombrnced In nny with
flrnwnl. CLAY TAU.MAN,
CommlHlonor of tho Oonornl l.nnd
Office, Doc.28-Jan 2, 0, 10c
NOTICK Or HONI) BAI.K.
Honied proponnlB will bo rocolvod
by tho bonrrt of dlroctora of tho
Ochoco IrrlRntlon district nt Itn offlco
In Prlnovlllo, Orogon, for tho pur
chnno of 200, 000.00 of bonds of nnld
district, till thn hour of twolvo
o'clock noon on Mondny, Jnnunry 13,
1010, which nnld Isnuo of bonds will
bonr (Into July 1, 1017, boar Intorost
not to exceed 8 por cont. por annum,
pnyablo noml-annunlly on tho first
lny of Jnnunry and July In ouch
yonr, nnmo bolng tho unsold portion
of nn nuthorlrod Issuo of 11,100,
000,00, principal nnd Intorost pny
ablo at thn offlco of tho county trona
itror of Orook county, Orogon, or nt
tho flscnl ngonoy ot tho state of Ore
gon In Now York City, at tho op
tion ot tho purchasor, nnld bonds bo
InR In tho donomlnntlon of $1000 nnd
1600 each and, maturing approxi
mately as follows;
At tbo end of 11 years approxi
mately 8H per cont.
At the end of IS years approxl
pwtely OH per cent,
At tho end of 13 yours, approxi
mately 7 por cent,
At tho ond of 14 yearn approxi
mately 7 per cent,
At the end of 16 yearn approxi
mately 7 xh per cent.
At the end of 10 yearn approxi
mately 7 per cent.
At thn end ot 17 yearn approxi
mately 8 per cent.
Anl tho end of 18 yearn approxi
mately 8 per cent,
At tho end of 10 yearn approxi
mately OHi per cent.
At thn nnd or 20 years approxi
mately 10 per cent.
At tho end or 21 yearn approxi
mately 10 Vi Per cent,
At thn end or 22 yearn approxi
mately 1 1 per cent.
IHdn lor snld bonds must bo ac
companied by certified check on n
Prlnevllln, Oreicnn, bnnk for nt lennt
6 per ennt. of thn purchnnn prlco nnd
nnld bids must bo unconditional as
to leRnllty, subject, however, to thn
certification thereof by tho secretary
of state nnd npproved by the capital
Issues committee. Thn board re
serves tho rlRlit to reject nny nnd nil
41-4 40 II. A. HOItDAI., Hcc'y.
notick nm runMCATio.v.
Department ot tho Interior, XL H.
l.nnd Office at Tho Dalles, OruRon,
December 23rd, 1018.
Notlco In hereby fllvon that Clar
nnco L. Hmlth, of Mend, OreRou, who,
on May 14th, 1013, made llomentend
Bnlry. No. 011081, ror NWU HBU,
NV4 HWU. HWU HWU. flection 24,
Township 17 Houth, ItniiRo 12 Bnst,
Willamette Meridian, has riled no
tlco or Intention to innko final three
year proof, to establish claim to the
Innd nbovo described, before It. C.
Bills, U. H. Commissioner, at llend,
Orofton, on tho 0th day ot February,
Clnlmnnt ban nn witnesses:
Frank Wlttennnii, ot Hund, Oro
Ron. Illrd lx)wo, or llend, OroRon.
John Kotziunn, of llend, Oregon.
Marlon Kotzninn, or llend, OrcKoti.
II. FIIANK WOODCOCK.
NOTH'i: roil IM'HMCATIO.V.
Department or the Interior, U. H
Iwind Office nt Tho Dalles, OroRou,
Docnmbor 12th, 1018.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt John
H KoUtnnn, of llend, Oregon, who,
on March 6th, 1013, made Homestead
Bntry, No, 011373. for NBU HBU
HWU. BV4 NBU HWU. HBU HBU
NWU. HW NBU HBU NWU. H,4
NWU HWU NBU. 8WUBW;NBU.
NWU flVVU NBU. HWU HWU
NBU. Ri HBU HWU NBU. HV5
HWU BBU NBU. NWU HBU. WW
NBU BBU. NWU HBU HBU. NV4
HWU HBU. flection 36. Townnhlp 20
Houth, ItniiRo 16 Bast, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice ot Inten
tion to mnko final throe year proof,
to oatnhllsh claim to the land nbovo
described, boforn II. C, Bills. U. B.
Commissioner, llend, Oregon, on tho
3rd dny of February, 1019.
Clnlmnnt names nn witnesses:
Austin C. Ilnrber, of Alfalfa, Oro
Androw Morn, of Ilet.il, OroRon.
Ralph Dunn, of llend, Oro.ton.
Mnrlon F. Kotzninn, ot Doschiitoi,
42-4Cc II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTKK TO CRBDITOIW.
Notlco In hereby Riven thnt tho
undersigned has been by tho County
Court of Deschutes County, Htnlo of
Oregon, appointed administrator of
tho estnto of Charles Olson, decenncd.
All persons having claims against
said estnto aro required to present
thorn, duly verified nn required by
Inw, to nnld administrator, nt his of
fice In llend, Oregon, within nix
months after tho date of tho first
publication ot this notlco.
First publication Docombor 2Cth,
1018. ROUBRT I). MOORB,
Administrator of tho estnto of
Charles Olaon, deceased.
In tho Circuit Court or tho Htnto or
Oregon, ror tho County or Do-
fltolln Y. Hanklns, Plaintiff, vs.
Itnlph B. Hanklns, Defendant.
To Itnlph B. Hanklns, tho Abovo
In tho nnmo of tho Htato of Oro
gon, you nro horoby required to ap
pear nnd nnswur tho complaint In
the nbovo entitled milt on or boforn
January 10, 1010, that dato being
nix weoks from tho first publication
ot this summons; or for wnut thoro
of tho plaintiff will apply to tho nbovo
entitled court for nnd take a decree
of dlvorco against you nnd for the
rare, custody and control ot the
minor child of nnld marriage, namely.
Ralph Y. Hanklns. This numinous Is
Horved upon you by publication thoro
ot ouco n wook for six consecutive
und successive wooks, pursuant to tin
order ot tho Hon. T. B. J. Duffy,
Judge ot tho nbovo ontltlod court,
dnto Docombor 3rd, 1018,
ARTHUR J. MOORB.
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
First publication, Doc. 6, 1018.
Last publication, Jnn. 10, 1010,
NOTICK TO CUKIHTOUH TO I'HK
Ill tho County Court ot tho Htato ot
Oregon for Doschuton County:
In tho matter ot tho estato ot
Honry II. Colo, doconRcd:
Tho undersigned having boon ap
pointed ndmlnlstratrlx nt tho nbovo
ontltlod ostnto, horoby gives notlco to
tho creditors ot said eBtato und to nil
pontons having claims ngnlnst tho
docoasod, to prosont thorn, duly veri
fied iib roqulrod by law, within six
months from tho dnto of this notlco,
to tho undorslgned. nt tho ottlco ot
O. 8. Ilonson, No. 850 Wall utroot,
Dntod this 19th day oC Docombor,
BYA COLB WINTER8,
as Administratrix of the Estato ot
Henrr H. Cole, Doceasod. 48-44o
NOTION OI' rNAIj HBTTIiKMKNT.
Notlco Is horoby given by tho un
domiciled that ho lias made and filed
with tho Clerk ot thn County Court
of Deschutes County, Oregon, bin
final account an administrator or 'ho
eiitato or R, II, Chess, deceased and
that mild Court has net Friday, tho
17th day of January, 1010, at 10
o'clock A. M. nt tho County Court
room In the Court House nt Rend,
Oregon, as thn tlmo nnd place nny
person Interested may appear nnd
object to said settlement.
Dated thin 10th day of Docombor,
FRANK (1. CIIBBH,
nn Administrator ot tho estato or R.
II, Chess, Deceased, 42-4 4c
NOTICK TO CHBDITOHH.
Notice Is hereby given thnt tho un
dersigned hns been by tho County
Judge or Deschutes County, Orogon,
appointed administrator or tho os
tnto or Champ Hmlth, deceased, and
nil persons holding claims against
nnld estnto are hereby notified to
present thn same with proper vouch
ers to tho undersigned at tho ofrico
or Ross Fnrnhnm, attorney at law, In
Ilond, Deschutes County, Oregon,
within six months after tho dato of
thn first publication of this notlco.
Dated and published first tlmo De
cern be r 10, 1018.
J. B. HMITII,
Administrator of tho Batata of
Champ Hmlth, Deceased. 42-6c
NOTICK OP ANNCAI HTOCKHOI.D
Notlco In hnrnby given thnt tho nn
nunl stockholders meeting of tho
Pine Forest Irrigation Co., will bo
held nt the Arnold school house, 7
miles southeast of Rend, on tho
Ilond-Hurns road nt 2 P. M Satur
day, Jan. 3, 1010.
A. C. ARM3TR0N0.
NOTICK OP HIIKRII'l-H HAI.K.
Ry virtue of nn execution In fore
closure duly Issued by thn Clork of
tho Circuit Court of tho County of
Deschutes, Htnto of Oregon, dntod
tho 20th day of December, 1918, in
n certain action In the Circuit Court
for said county nnd state, wherein
Cascade Timber Company, n corpora
tion, ns plaintiff, recovered Judgment
against Ooddnrd & Co., Inc , for tho
sum of Four Thousnnd Hoventy-fllx
nnd 8100 Dollars, and costs nnd dis
bursements tnxed at Three Hundred
Hlxty-flovon and 76100 Dollars, on
thn 18th dny of Docombor, 1018.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on thn 1st day ot February. 1919, nt
tho front door of thn Court House,
In Rend, Orogon, In snld county, nt
10 o'clock In tho forenoon ot snld
dny, sell nt public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, tho follow
ing described property, to-wlt:
All flections Sixteen and Thirty-six
In Township Twenty-two Houth of
Rnngo Twelve Bast of tho Wlllnmetto
Meridian, taken nnd levied upon as
the property of tho snld Ooddard &.
Co,, Inc., or nn much thereof ns mny
bo necessary to satisfy tho snld Judg
ment In favor of Cascndo Timber
Company ngnlnst said Ooddnrd & Co.,
Inc., with Interest thereon, together
with nil costs und disbursements
thnt have or may accrue.
S. E. ROIJERT8.
Dated nt llend, Oregon, Docombor
27th, 1918. 44-48C
NOTICK TO CUKRITORX.
In tho County Court of tho Stnto ot
Oregon, for Doschuton County
In tho Mattor of tho Bstnto ot F.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt tho
undersigned wan on tho 3 1st day of
Docombor, 1918, duly appointed ad
ministrator with tho will nnnoxed of
tho estnto of F. Rlanklnshlp, do
ceased, by Hon. W. I). Dnrnca, county
Judgo. All persons hnvlng claims
ngnlnst said estato will presont the
nnmo, duly verified, nt tho offlco of
II. 11. Do Armoud, O'Kano Rulldlng,
Rend, Orogon, attorney for tho ail
mlnlstrntor, within six months from
tho data horoof.
J. D. DONOVAN.
Administrator with tho Will
Annexed. 4 4-4 8c
II. II. DB ARMOND, Attornoy.
FRIENDS GIVE AID
TO DESTITUTE WIDOW
(From Friday's Dally.)
Friends nnd neighbors of Mrs
Aynll Ymmi-rir nf tltla nUv tmv.t li.ai (
completed tho raising ot $153 for1
tho benefit of tho widow nnd child
left destitute by tho death of Mr.
Younger In November. Slncero grati
tude for tho gift la expressed by Mrs,
WAS RESTLESS AT NIGHT.
Sufforors from kidney trouble ox-
Dnrlenco liacknehn. rhmnnntln nnlnu.
ncllOH 111 InlnlH mill nnmrliw nlinnllmr
PuIiih and othor torturous afflictions.
N. W. Kill, it. p. u. s. llox a. Hhort-
ors, Ala., writes: "I uboi! Foloy
KldlloV Pllln nn I wan ho rest loan nvnr
night with pnltiH in Hie Binnll ot my
back nnd Hide. Tliov illil inn L'nnil."
Sold ovorywhoro. Adv.
SPLIT UP BETWEEN
ITALY AND FRANCE
lly l'Vl 8. FerjruHon -
(United Irw SUIT CorrejponJcnt.) --
PARI3, Doc. 31. Arrango-
mouts havo boon complotod
whoroby Italy obtains npproxl-
inntoly 76 por cont. nnd Franco
25 por cont. of tho Austrian
merchant nmrlno, consisting -mostly
ot cargo boats, Tho
ships, -which will lly tho inter-
national morchant flag, will bo
manned by Italian and Fronch
crows and will carry food and -
WAY TO PARIS
VISIT WITH BRITISH IS
Wilson Not Alnrmrd Over Premier
Clmneiircnu's Attitude French
nnd Itrltlsh Hhlps Kscort
Jy IlnlxTt .1. Render
(UnltM Vtn BUff Corrrpondnt)
LONDON, Doc. 31. Prcsldont
Wilson left London to return to
Frnnco at 0:20 thin mornlrvz, ending
one ot tho most momentous events
of Drills!) history. Thoro Is no doubt
that tho British pcoplo as woll as
their statesmen fool that tho Presi
dent's visit has accomplished a com
plete understanding ot Rrltlsh and
American pence nlins.
An tho President dopnntcd, his
swooping declaration nt Manchester
ngulnst the balanco of power, to
gether with Premier Clomonccau's
open advocacy of return to that an
cient form of nlllnnco, filled tho
CLKMKNCKAU MAY CONCEDE.
DOVER, Dec. 31. President Wil
son will reply to Premier Clemen
ccau'a speech regarding tho "balance
of power" nt tho propor tlmo. Tho
Prosldont left England fully satisfied
with tho results ho had accomplished,
and not In tho least disturbed by
A caroful analysis ot tho French
promler's speech Indicates that ho is
propnrcd to concede much In tho In
terests ot right. Ills attltudo is not
regarded as causo for alarm.
Prcsldont "Wilson and his party
loft for Calais shortly after 11 o'clock
today. A naval and military guard
was drawn up at tho pier when they
embarked. Urltlsh destroyers es
corted tho President's ship half way
across tho English channel, whoro
their places woro taken by French
LONDON, Dec. 31. A comploto
understanding has been reached bo-
twoon Great Britain and tho United
Staten as tho result ot President
Wilson's visit, according to an Ex
chango Tolograph dispatch, which
quotes a member ot tho President's
suite ns authority.
TO WAHD OFF ILLNESS.
It you aro bloated, languid or lazy,
havo "the blues," headaches, palpi
tation, biliousness, bad breath, gas,
constipation or Indigestion, you will
fool hotter In tho morning if you tako
a Foloy Cathartic Tablet tonight
This Is a wholesomo laxativo and
cloanslng physic that acts without in-
convonlonco, griping or nausea. Sold
ovory whoro. Adr.
dipt. E. McCawley, Jr., commanding
oftlccr, und Commander Perkins, execu
tive oftlccr of tho U. 8. transport
George Washington, photographed on
tho bridge of tho vessel ut her pier In
Hnboken Just before tho boat sailed
for France with Presldmt Wilson and
his party aboard.
WOIITH flO.OO A HOTTLE.
Win. Barnes, San Antonio, Texas,
writes: "Foloy 's Honey nnd Tar has
boon worth 150.00 n bottlo to mo. I
had 'tho flu,' followed by pnoumonla,
which loft mo weak, with a persistent
cough. Tho cough hung on. Some
ono advlsod Foloy 's Honey and Tar,
I havo completely rocovored and do
not cough at all." Sold everywhere.
TRIBUTE IS PAID
MEMORY OF NURSE
Prnltn for Work or Miss Mario RIcmIk-
ctt Received In Letter Prom
(From Friday's Dally.)
Tribute to tho work ot Miss Mario
Rlodgott, formerly ot tho Rend Sur
gical hospital, who wont to Frnnoo as
a Red Cross nurse, and who is re
ported as having dlod In tho aorvlco,
Is contained in a lottor from James
R. Adams, director of tho department
"In times like tho proscnt," ho
writes, "when deods ot horolsm on
tho battlefield or in camp aro ac
corded official recognition with
awards ot honor, It Is unfortunate
that tho equally heroic, though less
conspicuous deeds of those combat
ing disease In tho service of the
United States, should so often go un
recognized. "Miss Dlodgett died a martyr to
her calling, and worthily upheld the
noblest traditions ot tho United
States. The memory of tho sacrifice
which sho so readily made, will in-
splro others to rendor dovoted serv
ice to their follow men."
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol Suodud Sao.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
HUFFSCHM1DT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturer of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Catting for
Power Trammuiion Machinery: "Wood Pipe Fitting!, Grate
Bart, 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 13-16 First National
Bank Bldg. Tel. Gil
(Dr. Co'i Former Offlc.)
H. H. DcARMOND
O'Kane Building, Bond, Oregon
II. O. XLLIS
United State Commissioner
First National Bank Building
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING DY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Is now located In Bend perma
nently with now equipment.
Office with Thorson, tho
Jowoler, ns formorly.
Deaclvutea County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, Proeldent
Most Comploto Abstract Plant in Contral Oregon. Special Attontlon
Given to Fed oral Loan Abstracts.
First National DnK Bldrf.. BENP, ORE., Cor. next to Alley
Rr4 Nteaal Bk Duildma
TABLES TURNED ON
Ulcco Rncclllln. Fined for Abuse of
Lenl Process When Ho For
(From Monday's Dally.)
When Rlcco Racclllln, witness for
tho stato In tho case of Jim Flnne,
appoarod in police court this morn
ing and rofuscd to substantiate tho
allegations ho had mndo In tho
original complaint, ho was fined 6
by Judgo II. C. Bills and was givon
a sovoro reprimand for abuso of legal
In tho complaint originally filed,
Flnno was alleged to havo attackod
Raccltlla and to havo used unscoraly
language. When tho caso was called
today Racclllla's memory rofused to
Roth men aro local restaurant em
ployes. COYOTES NUMEROUS
IN CENTRAL OREGON
(From Friday's Dally.)
G. E. Smith, predatory animal
hunter for tho United States Biolo
gical surrey, has resumed work near
Bond. Coyotes appear moro numer
ous than for several months past.
Phone Black 1391
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kane Building
BEND ... OREQON
O. P. NISWONOER, Bend, Ore.
Licensed EinbaJmer. Funeral
Phone Red 4 31. Lady Asst.
DR. R. D. 8TOWELL
Over Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 6
rhouo Red 482
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Luwronco Bids., Room 3
Phono Rod 2251
Farm Land Co.
Lands a Specialty
124 Oteft Stmt
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