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iKNn fwhhims, msn, onnaox, Thursday, januauv, 2.1 iio
NEBRASKA LAST STATE
H)RY AMENDMENT WINS
J,ittwt Ailillllon to U. 8. Constitution
Will (Jo Into HnYrt Jiiiiuiiry 1(1,
jin!o dinHIIci-n i:iK'tifd
l( Contort I)clIon.
(11 Unltnl I'reta to Th llotxl llullttln.)
5- UNCOliN, Inn, Ill.-f-.VrlmiI(ii
? rntllled tho prohibition iitiieiiiliurut
i I to tho touMltiitlnn IihIu)', being ()
Jtlitlt mill Mual Mmo nmvomry to
'liiuUo pnilillilllciii it juirt of the
Tint lioimn ratified (ho niiicuilinoiit
by i vol" nf UH ( 0. Tim Joint reso
lution Mimt hark to tho m-iihIo for
V4ihii concurrence of thai body, the
original rtolutloh having been
iimi'iitled by tho lioune.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jan. 10.-
Prohibition becntno liart of tho bntilo
law o( tho United Stutes today, Rnt-
m lllcutlon of tint fuilornl aniundmunl
m by thu Nebraska IcKlslnturo inukos
thnt measure thn 18lh amendment
to tho federal constitution.
K , hut n half dorun or thu 48
Htnten nro expected to adopt tho
(intendment In thn noxt tow weeks
hut thn action of Null rank a today
Klvvn tho ratification of three-fourth
of tho state, tho number necessary
to administer John llarloycorn tho
Olio Year Ioft for Liquor.
Ono yoar from today ovory saloon,
browory, dlnllllory and wlno press
In tho land tnunt cIoho its doom,
unless, nil now seems llkoly, thoy
nro already cloned -at that tltnu hy
war prohibition, which kodm Into of
foct noxt July 1, and sluys until
completion of demobilization.
ino nmcuumoui wiiicii outinwn
I liquor In thin country read:
"Section 1, After ono year from
igttlio ratification of thin article tho
F ftift till fn.tt ! uiitn nm I tnmifirliillnn
IIIIIUIMUV.IMI lj WIIIW Wl tllinMMIHIIUII
of IntoxIcntltiK liquors within, tho
importation thoruot Into, or tho ox
portatlou the roof from tho United
Htalf.i and all territory subject to
tho Jurisdiction thereof, for bovor
Ko purposes nro horoby prohibited,
"Sue. 2. Tho cotiRroim and tho
novoral states havo tho concurrent
power to unforco thin article hy ap
"Hoc. 3. Thu article tthnll bo In
operative unless It shall have boon
ratified an an amendment to tho ton
Htltutlon hy tho legislatures of thu
novoral Htnten an provided hy tho
constitution within seven years of
I tho date of submission hereof to tho
f Btntea hy congress,"
Thin Is tho ntnundtnont adopted
"by congress December 18, 1017, and
J ratified hy 3fl Htatos a llltlo more
' thnu ono your Inter.
' Ainriiilineut Wldo In Scope.
And hero nro somo of tho thlugH
thnt thu amendment will do:
Wipe out nt n ntroko 230 distil-
lories, 002 breweries and over .100,
000 nalootiH and wholesale liquor
establishments, forcing their em
liloyeu to nook other John.
Cut off from thono persons annual
InconiOH totalling in ore than (70,
000.00Q In pro-war timet).
Gut off from tho United States
J treasury' n oourco of taxation counted
I upon for an even billion dollars In
tho first drafts of tho now rovonuo
hill and millions In additional In
comes to statu treasuries.
llomova tho liquor question from
national, ntato and olty politics for
- nil tltnu and keep decreasing city,
T 'ntato and federal oxponao by docronn-
Iiib luw violations.
Tho flKht on liquor, triumphant
todayfl la ns old us tho constitution
It rnlaod Its head enrly In tho 10th
contury and wuu look'ed upon as
"Another crank notion,"
" But It gnthorcd strength, churches
'took It up, doctors followed and titan
ttnnid orgunliutlonH of antl-llqu6r eo-
clotlos and tho Anti-Saloon loaguo
In tho mlddlo of tho 10th contury
Muino wont dry. Kansas followed.
At tho end of tho Civil wur tho llttlo
hand of antl-Bluvo ngltntor,s who had
won tholr fight sorlously conajdorod
turning to tho prohibition battle, ,
. Ahnut 1000 ctttuo tho "militant"
Btngo In tho porson of Carrlo Nation
of KunBiis, probably ho moat jIo-
turosquo llguro tho light oyor uo
vplopod. Ton yoiira lntor tho oriwado ngultiHt
Jlquor had grown from tho "ravings
HONORED BY FOUR NATIONS
WearliiK decoratloiiM from Franco,
IukhIm, IIcIkIuiii and Montenegro, Jlrx.
Vina I.nrrey Duryca, prexldent of the
)uryea War Itellef In I'rance, Iiiih
onto home. Mm. Duryca wiih the find
Vinerlrnu woman to croHic tho hattle
leliln of tho Homme, Aroium and Ar
lennca Hho returned to this country
Ntlmulato tho Itilerext of tho ordin
al Ion's 7 hrauiheM throiiKliout the
ill twl fltntes In "tho Krently lucrenxed
ed of tho lmMiverlbed 1'rench pe-
ot crnnkn" Into an Irrcslatlblo move
ment that swept tho country.
Hut John llarloycorn will try to
stnRo n "comeback."
Distillers nro already planning a
fight on tho amendment In tho
courts on tho ground tjint It was not
adopted hy two-thirds of thu whole
congress and that tho seven-year
limitation In It Invalidates tho moas
uro. Dryi say they nro confident that
neither of thono contention will
hold and on their sldo nro preparing
lobulation carrying heavy penalties
for violation of prohibition. (
A special agency In thn Interna!
revenue bureau will probably bo
LOOK TO WORKERS' HEALTH
Labor Oepartmtnt, It It Announced,
Will Extend Efforts Into
nt(ilillnhmcnt of uniform working
conditions In all districts Is the pur
h)rq of thu working conditions service
of tho department of labor, tho forma
tion of which was announced hy Secre
tary WIImiii. There will io three
branches of tho now service, Indus
trial, hyglenu and medicine, which will
direct tho formation of saultury health
codes and will he huporvlxcd by tho
United States public health nervlce,
tho division of labor ndmlnlstratloif', to
deal with questions between employers
and employee, and tho division of
safety engineering to deal with mo
di mil cm I safely.
Tho nntlonal safety council nnd tho
bureau of standards have agreed to
co-operate with the now service. Grant
Hamilton has been named director, and
Florence C Thnruo iixslstnnt director.
(Continued from 1'ngo Two.)
W. F. Fryroar, nnd other rolntlvea
Vorno Skolton is working at tho
mill In Sisters.
II. C. .Miller nnd sou Ivan motored
to Sisters on Saturday. i
Mrs. Frank Hurling ojid Mrs. A. I'.
Poteraon woro calling ut tho Noot
naglo homo on Wednesday.
Airs. Arthur Tomploton loft Tues
day for hur homo in Corning, Cali
fornia, aftor a abort visit hero.
IN GENERAL STORM
PINHHUH8T, Jan. 21. A heavy
rain visited this section Wednesday
nnd Thursrday, thawing tho Hround
nnd molting all of tho ,snoy and Ico
and reminding thu farmer thut spring
II. II. Hayloy roturnod from Port
land Monday whoro ho spout tho
wook In nttondauco nt tho Irrigation
Mra. C. At. Phelps and daughter
motored to Hond Thuradny evening
tq met Mrs, Q. W. Snyder and daugh
ter. Miss Iluth Hayloy npont Sunday
at Hill Croat tho guest of Mian Nellie
C, II. Spniiigh attended tho tolo
phono mooting In Tumnlo Saturduy
Q, 'M, Couch wiih n huaineait visit
or In Hond Saturday ovpnlug, return
ing with a' now liqdy for his uut,o
which wiib wroefcod recently.
Mr. nnd Mrs, C. M, Pholps woro
calling on Ilnrry Simpson nt tho
. Clint). Spnugh purchased several
hond of Hhcop from Harry Swiehor
I1A.MH IJNDH IN TIK HUT KIVK
JMI.VUTKH' J:.VTHA I'lAV Jtl
HUI1'H t.V Ml) TO 5 HL'OHi; 1'Olt
(From Monday's Dally.)
J'hiylng against tho Madras toam
at tho Doud Amateur Athlntlo club
gymnasium Snturday night, tho Howl
high school basketball II vo lout by
thu narrow margin of 20 to 25. Tho
local players led by a single point at
tho end of tho first half, but shortly
after tlui opening of tho second
porlod tho visitors took a slight lend
and managed to maintain It up to
thu end of tho gamo, when u 23 to
23 tlo necessitated five minutes of
( Banders, holding down a forward
Job on tho Hond five, wns tho lead
ing point getter for tho losers, muk
liiC 13 of the total score. Ho played
tho Moor well, hut missed a number
of good openings at tho hnskot In
thn first part of tho contest, develop
ing n deadly accuracy, however,
later in tho game. Coynor, although
playing at guard, found lime to
knock down 10 points, Curtis making
tho remaining two..
For all round flaying, thu work
of Cook, 'forward for Madras, was
tho feature of tho gnmo. Itopuatedly
ho loflt Ills guard long enough to
send tho hall through tho Iron hoop,
and his only weakness was his In
ability lo shoot fouls. This depart
ment was dually turned ovor to J.
Young, resulting In a considerable
addition to tho scoro. Fouls', It
should ho mentioned, wore plentiful,
chiefly for progressing, and for inoro
than two men playing tho ball. Thoy
woro strictly called hy Chllds and
Snook, thu officials. '
Hond. Position. Madras.
Curtis Forward J. Young
Sanders. Forward Cook
Dutt Contor D. Young
Coynor Guard Staugland
liauck Guard Crosswnlto
Mrs. C. W. Howell returned to
Hill Crest Monday after spending tho
week nt tho homo of her daughter,
Mm. Harry McGulro.
Mrs. C. Pederson spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. G. M. Couch.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Couch motored
to Hond Monday where Mrs. Couch
secured medical treatment.
Sovbral of thu young people of tho
neighborhood attended tho club dance
in Tumnlo Saturday ovoulng.
H. II. Unyloy look n load of dressed
hogs to Head Wednesday.
Molvln Couch nttended tho meting
In Tumnlo, Friday evening for tho
organization of a basket hall team.
.Mrs. O. W. Snyder returned Wed
nesday from a visit with rolntlvea nt
Waltshu'rg, Washington. Sho wns
accompanied homo by hor daughter,
I.onore, who has spent tho past nav-
ernl months at Waltsburg.
c: H. upaugu and family wore
guests at tho James Dawson homo In
Moivln Couch spent Sunday nt tho
Mrs. I.uclllu Clarkaton spent tho
wok visiting with her slater, Mrs.
DANCE IS GIVEN
AT MILLICAN HOME
IMHjMCAN, Jan. 18. Soma of
tho neighbors enjoyed u dunco ut thu
Win. Hnhu homo Saturduy night.
Mary Holland brought In noma of
tho horses thut had loft lnat April,
among thorn, being a colt of Hol
land's, two horses of H. It. Keller's,
ono of P. I), Johnson's, oitu of Donr.ll
Dyor's and two of Edghort Dyor'a.
Ono horao of Leo Keller's and ono
milro nnd colt of It. n. Keller's nro
Leo Keller wns out from II end
Tuesday and took his family to Hond.
Mr. Van Lake, from east of hero.
went through Mllllcan with n bunch
of coyote nnd lynx skins Tuesday.
H. H. Kollor nindo n birslneas trip
to Hond Tuesday, returning Thurs
day. William Hnhn called at tho
Tnusohor'und Kollor homes Sunday.
Leo Tnuschor Is oxpectod homo
any day now from n soldiers' canlp
Francis E, Loo ruado n trip to
Tho well drlllors aro now huay at
tho F, Tnuschor ylnco,
Mra. Hoaln called nt tho Holland
homo while hero,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holland nnd
children, Mr, nrooks und Honny
araffouborger woro Sunday dinner
guostH at tho It. It. Kollor homo,
NOTICK VOK PUHLICATION
l'UHLIO laND HAliK.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Oftlco nt Tho 'Dalles, Oregon,
Jnuunry 0th, 1919.
Notloo la horoby glvon that, na di
rected by tho Commissioner of tho
Gonornl Lund Ofllco, under provi
sions orSoo. 2-4 G5, R, 3,, pursuant to
tho application of 'Both Stookoy,
Serial No. 019117. wo will offor nt
public snlo, to thu highest blddor, but
nt not less than 3.00 per aero, at
11 o'clock n. m., on tho 18th day of
Cvliiroh, next, at this office,' tho fo!
lowing tract of hind: NK. Section
18, Township 10 "floutli Ilatigo U,
Huut W. M, (containing loo acres).
Tho nule will not ho kept open,
hut will ho declared closed when
Ihoso present -at tho hour named
have censed bidding The person
making tho highest hid will ho re
quired to Immediately pay to tho
Kocclvnr tho amount (hereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
tho abova-denurlbcd land nro ad
vised to (Ho their claims, or objec
tions, on or hoforo tho timo deslg-J
tinted for sale.
U. A. IJOOTH, Hccolvor
NOTKJIJ OK HllimiKK'H HALK
Uy virtue of an execution of fore
closure duly Issued hy tho clerk of
tho 'circuit court of tho county of
Deschutes, state of Oregon, dated
tho 20th day of January, 1010, In n
corfnln action In tho circuit court
for said county and stnto, wherein
Crook County Unnk, a corporation
us plaintiff, recovered Judgment
against J, i: Myers, Kntlo K, Myers,
and A. O, Myers, defendants, for thu
sum of cloven hundred and fifty
dollars, and costs and disbursements
taxed nt seventy-fire dollars, on tho
13th day or December, 1018.
Notice Is hereby given that I will,
on tho 24th day of February, 1010,
at thu front door of the county court
house In Hond, Oregon in said
county, nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, sell ut public auction.
io tho highest bidder, for cash, the
roiiowing opKcntied property, to-wit:
Lot eighteen in block twenty-five
in tho town of Itodtnond, Oregon..
Taken nnd levied upon as tho prop
erty of tho suld J. K. Myers, Katie
K., Myors, and A, O, Myers, or as
much thereof ns may bo nccessnry to
siftlsfy tho said Judgment in favor of
Crook County Hank agafnst said J.
K. Myers, Katie K Myers and A. O.
Myers, with Interest thereon, to
gether with nil costs and disburse
ments that havo or may accrue.
S. K. HOBEHT8,
Dated at Ucnd, Oregon, January
20, 1910. 47-Glc
NOTICK OK 8A1.K OK KKTIUY
Notice Is hereby given thut tho
following described estray will bo
sold at public sale to tho highest
blddor for cash, at 2 o'clock in tho
afternoon of February 8, 1010.
Ono red yearling steer, with red
nnd whlto face, with crop and slit In
Said animal was taken up hy tho
undersigned on tho day of
1018 and will ho sold to satisfy
tho damages, cost and expanse of
keeping and sale. Including Justice
fees and advertising salo. Said sale
to bo held at my ranch cast of Dend.
Dated this 18th day of January,
47-48C Q. W. HEMOATE,
NOTICK KOK PUHLICATION.
(Not Coal IjukI)
Department of tho Interior; United
States Land office, at Lukeview,
Oregon, Janunry 16, 1019.
Notice Is horoby given that
llonjlm'nn C. Scott of La Pine, Oro
gon, who on April 12, 1915, rnado
homestead ontry No. 085C8. for
WHSEU nnd EUSWU. Section 4.
Township 23 south, Itaugo 9 East,
Willamette -Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make final threo year
proof to establish claim to tho land
nbovo described, boforo F. C. Schufer,
united Htates Commissioner, ut Fort
Hock, Oregon, on tho 2Sth day or
Claimant names as wltnescs
Katbryn M. Zlorolf. Cecil Holllns-
head, J. N. Maston, all of La Pino,
JAS. F. HUHOESS,
NOTICK 1X)H PUHLICATION.
Department of tlui Interior, U. S.
Land Offlco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
Docembor 23rd, 1918.
Notice Is hereby given that Clnr
enca L. Smith, of Hond, Oregon, who,
on May 14th, 1913, raado Homestead
Entry, No. 011CS1, for NWU SEW.
NM SWU, SWU SWU. Section 24,
Township 17 South, Kongo 12 East,
Willamctto Meridian, has tiled no
tice of Intontlon to make final threo
year proof, to establish claim to tho
hind nbovo described, beforo H. C.
Ellis, U. S. Commissioner, nt Hond,
Oregon, on tho Gth day of February,
Claimant has ns witnesses:
Frank Wlttermun, of youd, Oro
gon. Hlrd Lowell, at Ilend, Oregon.
John Kotzinun, of Hond, Oregon.
Murlon Kotzrann, of Ilend, Oregon.
11. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK TO C11KDITOIIS.
Notice la horoby glvon that tho
undersigned has been hy tho County
Court ot Deschutes County, Stnto of
Oregon, appointed administrator ot
tho oatnto of Churlos Olson, deceased.
All persona having claims against
said estate nro roqulrod to proaout
thom, duly verified na required by
luw, to said administrator, at his of
flco in Hond, Oregon, within bIx
months nftor tho date ot (lie first
publication ot this notlco,
Flrat publication December 2 Gth,
1918. ROBERT D. MOORE,
Administrator of tho estato of
Charles Olson, docensed.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
In tho County Court ot tho Stnto of
Oregon, for Doschutes County.
In tho Matter- ot tho Estnto ot F.
Notlco la horoby given that tho
undorslgnod.wns on tho Slat day ot
Decomhor, 1918, duly appointed ad
mlnhstrntor with tho will nnnexod of
tho estnto of F. Dlnnktnshlp, do
coii80d, hy Hon, W. D. Hnrnos, county
Judge, 'AH porsona having claims
against satd estato will present tho
sumo, duly vorlllod, nt tho oftlco of
II, 11. Do Armond, O'Kano Building,
Hond, Orogon, nttornoy for tho nd
mlulstrntor, within six months from
tho dato horoof.
J. D. DONOVAN.
AdmluUtrator with tho Will
NOTICIJ OK HIIDItfFI-H HALK.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon for Doschutes County,
Cnscado Timber Company, n corpora
tion, Plaintiff, vs. Ooddnrd & Co.,
liy virtue of on execution, ludit-
ment ordor, decree and order of snlo
I., .1 ..!... I l .,.,..,
-..., u uul . in., " viiimi-u court same,, duly vorlflod, nt tho offlco ot
In tho ahovo entitled cuuho to mo n. II. Do Armond, nttornoy for tho
directed nnd dated December 26th,, administrator, In Hond, Orogon, on
1918, upon a Judgment rendered and or hoforo six months from tho dato
entered in said court on Decomhor horcof.
HHh, 1918, in favor of Cascade THEO. AUNB,
Tmhfi Companr, a corporation,! Administrator,
plaintiff, und against Ooddnrd & Co., H, h. DE ARMOND, 4G-40O
IliA.corp(irnt,on' t0.r tho 8Um ofl Atty. for Administrator.
$4076.08; tho further sum of -
J350.00, nnd tho further sum of
$17.75, coats nnd disbursements, and I AppIImiii (or Ormlnr l'rmli.
tho COStS Of and Upon this Writ, com- I Kotk U hrrthy xrVra that all application!
mandlng mo to make salo of that f pwniu to r taut,', horrwn n.i wn
certain rent nronnrtv In niwili i . i w,,h,n ,h 0KSCHUTE3 NATIONAL FOREST
5. ..-. V? Proporty in Deschutes idar)nit ,h, ,, of m9 mtut u nW , mf
County, Oregon, described as all of ome t iwnd. Ottton, on or befwi Janmify
sections iu anu ao in townsn d 22
south of range 12 cast ot tho Willam
Now, thoreforo, by vlrtuo of said
execution, Judgment order, decreo
und order of sale, and in compliance
with tho commands of sajd writ, I
will, on tho 8th day of February,
1019, nt tho front door of tho County
Court House In Dend, Oregon, in
said county, at ton o'clock in tho
forenoon of said day, sell nt public
auction to tho highest bidder for cash
In hand (subject to redemption) alt
tho right, title and Interest which
tho above named defendant had on
May 28th, 1917, the dato ot tho
mortgago herein foreclosed, or since
that dato had In and to tho nbovo
described proporty, or any part there
of, to satisfy said execution, Judg
ment ordor and decree, interest, coats
utvl accruing costs.
Dated this 7th day of January,
S. E. ROBERTS,
Shorlff of Deschutes County, Oregon.
First Issue, January 9th, 1919.
Last issue, February Gth, 1919.
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Phone Red 2251
Read the Classified Ads.
' Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, Proaldont
Most Complete Abstract Plant in Central Oregon. Special Attontlon
Glvon to ftdejral Loan Abstracts.
First Notional BonK bldrf,, DEND, ORE.. Cor. next to Alley
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NOTICK TO CREDITOIW.
In tho County Court ot tho State ot
Oregon, for Doschotcn County,
In tho Mnttor ot tho Kstato ot Ote
Notlco is horoby glvon that tho
iindorslgncd wns, on tho 2nd day of
January. 1910, nppolntod adminis
trator of tho estnto of Olo Olson, do
consed. All porsons having claims
ntrnlnat ihn ,,.,, will -.v.mm. ,1...
:" "."" ."" v.tnui.w wiu
NOItMAN G. JACOUSEN, BaptrvUor.
the jRJJSSELL TRACTOR,
OUILTIN ALU SlltS
BEAN AND PEA THRESHERS.
CALL Oft WRITE FOR PARTICULARS
ARE PREPARED TO RUSH
Phone Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. LA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND ... OREGON
O, P. NISWONQER, Bend, Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Red 42L Lady Aut
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Oyer Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
Phono Red 488
Is now located in Bond perma
nently with now equlpmont
Otflce with Thorson, tho
Jeweler, ns formerly.