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MHND BULLKTIN, IIKND, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 19J0
IN HARD FIGHT
TAKEH LAHT FA Mi WITH ONLY
TWO MINUTHH TO 0 CHAM
I'lON rMYH (HJHTAVO EOUAL OK
B in,.u., iv triii.: (MMINTUV.
mifi in -.-..-.---
(From Saturday's Dally,)
With only two morn inlnutoii o
go, Ail Httntol, champion light huuvy
wolght nf tlio world) )lnnoil Ait (luii
tnvo'rt nltoutitorn (o tlio mat In his
IiiiiiiIIcimi nmtcli horo last nlKlit tor
tlio second tlmo within nn hour, An
iirm nnil crnillu hold brought itlioul
tlio second full, wlillo tlio II rut wiih
secured with u head climicory. Tlin
(I rut full took 41 minutes, nnd for n
tlmo It looked iw If OuhIiivo would
bo ithln lo hint throuwh tlin 00 min
utes without losing to Uio cliiiiiiiloii,
hut tlin weight illfTurulicii, ut least
20 pounds, wuii too tuiicli for tlio
llunil wrwitlnr to contend ugulnst,
Tlmo nftor tltnu durliiK tho early
part of tho mutch, (iustuvo Hcnuntilod
out of duugornus situations, mid
nvcn assumed thu uffonslvo it number
of tlnum, securing holds which would
lyivo been deadly Imil It not hiioii
for tho greatly superior strength of
liln opponent. Thu punishment ho
received In tho first fnll weakened
him, uiid ho wiih groggy whim tho
hiind of lloforoo Jack (Iiirnkii do
Ncoiidod for tho second tlmo .on Ban
tu I'd Illicit.
In Htiutol Bond funs nnw ono of
thu most beautifully proportioned
initn In thu country In action, nod
u hnrd, clean wrestler who showed
nnlitmlluiicy In pitying n slncoro
trlhuto to thu skill or tho man ho
had just vnimultiliml.
"Ountnvo Im duo of thu luit men
for liln weight I have ovur mot," thu
chnmiilou (old tho crowd liutnodl
nloly after tho Inst full. "I think
ho could hold liln own with any
middleweight In thu Uiiltuil States.
I uudiimtitiid Hint Walter Miller,
mlddlowokthl champion, linn chnl'
longed him, but will not coma hero
iiiiIwh tlmre In $1000 up. If tho
Pond fnnn don't wunt to put up thin
tnoiioy, I will, for 1 know wliul your
innn can do."
Hantol Ivft thin morning to return
to Portland, whuro ho expects to so
euro saver! oiigugninonts.
THOUSANDS OF ECJfJS
lmour.irr to bend
Ouo-Tlilril of Number (Jullirrrd at
i:ik I.al;c lo (Jo lo llouui'vllli', Hal-
niirn to tlio Tiimalo Ilutclit'ry.
(From Friday' Dally.)
TruvnlliiK ly nlud anil auto, 2fi0,
000 eastern brook trout eggs, gath
ered In Klk Inko during tho full and
onrly wlutor, woro hroiiKhl to Hum!
hint night by Forest Hunger llurton
Oney mid Pearl Lynos mid Hurry
Hiiilth, employe of thu stnto IIhIi
mid i;nmo commlnHlou. Twice an
in any KXH wore loft ut tho Inko, mid
tho two ntuto iiiou will return linnio
Iluloly to sucuro thorn.
Tho collodion of trout oggs for
butchery purposes ut Klk luku wun
undertaken thin your by tho com
iiiUhIoii for tho llrnt tlmo, mid tin far
nu tho iuautlty obtulnud Ih eoucornod
linn linun hlKhly successful. Mr.
Onuy reported that 0,000,000 could
probably huvo been obtained, but thu
Inko frozo over after tho flmt mil
lion hud boon withered. Tho llsh
tiro now spawning iiudor tho Ico.
Thu egg brought lo llund litHt
night tiro to bo taken to thu Bonne
ville hntchory nt otico, tho noxt
Hhlpmuut from Klk Inko to bo ro
nerved for thu now hntchury on tho
Tiimulo. Mr. Onuy Btuted that tho
chluf dlfllculty In bringing tlio eggs
on thu long trip from Klk Inko lay
In provuntliiK thorn from fruozliiK
3 ISSUES CHALLENGE
Clinrlln Olson, Who LoNt to GiiNtmo
Karly In January, Ankn Clianco
to ltcK'Hn Tltlo.
(From flnturduy'H Dully,'
Although duclnivoly dofoatod horo
rly In tho your 1y Ad (luntuvo,
Ohnrllo OIhoii, orutwhllo northwent
ohnmplou Ih iiuxIouh for iv hIiiuico to
regain tho tltlo which Ad won from
him on that occiihIoii, A lottur ro
eolved by Tho Hiillotln thlu morntiiK
from Olson cIiuIIodboh OuhIiivo to a
Tho local wrcstlor Iiuh mndo no
jilitiiH for mootlnK OIhoii iih ho Ih In
jia Honiio obllRiitod to urant tho
olinllmiKor n uocoml match. Tho II mt
bout AViiH Htugod ut OIhoh'h roquont,
, and tho chnU'ougur, liavlng lost, Ih
tnot outltloil to a return contoat.
WHISKEY RUNNER'S CAR TAKEN
WHEN BULLET PUNCTURES TIRE
(From Bnlunlay'n Dally,)
A ilurliiK iittumpt to run lliiior
Into llund wiih frunlratod lulu hint
nlKlit by Hhorlfr H, 13. Itobortn anil
Chlufof I'ollco L, A. W. Nixon, who
Inturcoptod a ennto of whlnkoy, olnlit
ciiHim In nil, on tho I.u I'luo road.
Thu auto carryliiK tho liquor ntoppml
only after It hud cant n wheel, tho
tiro of which hud boon punctured by
u nliot from Chluf NIxoii'h rovolvor.
Hliiirllf IlolM)rin rocolvod Informa
tion hint nlitht that an attempt
would bo miiilo to brine a connldur
uhlu (iiuntlty of whlnkoy Into llund,
mid, accompanied by Chief Nlxou, ho
not out by auto In tho direction of
I,u I'luu. When about 1 1 iiillon from
llund they nuw thu hondllKhtn of u
rapidly uppronchliiK cur mid halted
In tho middle of tho road, Chluf
Nixon HtiinillNK to ono nldo to cover
NETS BIG FINE
WOO PAID IN .IL'HTIt'i: t'Ot'UT IIV
Itl'D.MONI) MAN WIIOHi: ('Alt
IAI) OK I.IQL'Olt WAH TAKK.V
I'llIDAY JV AUTJIOItlTlliS.
Thu final chapter In tho ntory of
thu whlnkoy haul uiado Friday night
by HIiorlfT H. K. Itobortn and Chluf
or I'ollco li. A. V. Nixon wan written
yenturdny afternoon when n man
hitherto known an It. P. Shlro of
Itvdmond, uppuari'd In Justice court,
Knvu liln iiumo to Judgu J. A, Knntvn
an Harry A. Mooru, mid pleaded
guilty to n violation of thu prohibi
tion lawn. Ho told thu court that he
"lived down tnwnrdn Tho Datlon."
Judgo Kunten Impound a lino of $400
but nunpuudud half or tho penalty
during good behavior, Thu $200
wun promptly pnld,
Klilrii, or Mooru, an ho ntylod
hlmneir nt tho hearing, wan appro
bended by tho nuthorltlen wlillo driv
ing In toward llend on thu l.a Pino
road. About 11 mllon out from tho
city mi iittumpt wnn made to halt
him, hut ho npueded punt In bin high
powerod enr In npltu of tho fuel that
n bullet from Hi"' rovolvor or Chlof
of I'ollco Nixon had punctured ono
ot bin tlren. A fuw mllon further
down tho road tho rim to which thu
damaged tiro had been attached
gave way mid ho wan overtaken.
Klght canon of -whlnkoy wuru found
In tho car. (
Poti-t nnil Perho-Hlotukn (Yuso
(JuiirtvW Out I)lpiiti! Terri
tory for Tlmo IU'Iiik.
PAULS, Fob. 4. Thu conflict be
tween Poland mid the Cxecho-Hlovukn
ovor dlHpiited territory ban been tem
porarily nettled by pouoo dulugutoit
under thu principles Incorporated In
tho luuguo or untloim program, It
wan officially announced horo today.
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This Opportunity May Not Last Long
GRASP IT NOW
thu bnlunco of tho highway. Tho
whlnkoy runnor'ii auto, koIiii; ap
proximately (JO iiillcn nu hour,
nwurvod to ono nldo, barely mlnnlng
thu officer ntandlui; In tho road, hut
nuntulnud n punctured tiro from nu
opportune rovolvor nhot un It pannod,
Tho car hold to Itn lilj:h rate or nptied
In nplto of thin, mid with a nubntun
tlul lend wan kuIiiIik: yrt thu pur
Hiiern when thu damiijjeil tiro came
Tho rim finally en inn to plecen and
tho car wan loft nlaudliiK at n point
about two mllen thin nldu of Ilrookn
llciinlon camp No, 1, whuro It wiih
found by tho offlcorn. On mmrcliliiK
tlioy found It lo ho loaded down
with ciincn of whlnkoy, explaining tho
rocklonn njieed at which It had been
FOHKcixxsnti: cakk ahainht i.
II. KPIIII.'lt TAKKN L'.NDKIt AD
VIHKMHNT IIY CODItT KAIthV
opinion ih i:xpi:cti:i).
(From Friday's Dally.)
Hearing In thu $18,000 torocloauro
null or thu Wcnturu' Dulldlng and
Loan nnnoclntlon vn. Mr. and Mm.
I). H. Bphlur or llund, ownorn ot tho
Sphler building, came to a closo yon-
tenlny after occupying tho attention
of the court for two ilnya. Tho enno
wan taken under advliomont liy Cir
cuit Judgo Duffy, and mi opinion Ih
expected within tho noxt two wookn.
HupronuntlnR tho defense, W. P.
Myurn buned hln pronarttatlou of tho
cano on nllegntlnnn or frnud, main
mining that u clause providing for
an extsnnlon or tlmo for which an
oral proniUo hnd been given had
not been Included in tho mortgage,
mid that n confession or judgment
by tho defondantn hint spring had
boon given with tho understanding
that a now mortgage wan to ho drawn
up. According to testimony Intro
duced by thu defense, tho Hphlern
huvo $2.1,000 of their own invented
In tho building, in addition to tho
$18,000 for which nult wun brought
Frank 8. (J rant of Portlnnd and
K. O. Htniltor of llund, attorneys for
tho plaintiff, brought out evidence
denying tho allegations of tho do-
fenso, following tho usual foreclosure
LONDON UNIONS TO
(fly United Vrru to Tn Ikml Itullctln.)
LONDON. Fob. 4. Kvory t ratios
union In thu vicinity of London will
go on ntrlko Thursday unions tho
government ennctH it 40-hour week
law, It wan announced today.
Two hundred cookn nnd waiters
struck today nt tho Hotel Carlton
.Sixteen thousand wiiltresscn later
Joined tho walkout.
A'JTKMirf WIMi Iti: MADK TO HK-
(JUItlJ VVSHH TO MAKK DK-
HCIIUTKB H A h M O .V HTUIJAAI,
HAVH DKSTOS O. HUItDICIC.
(From .Monday's Dally.)
That G000 will bo linked this week
from tho linn nnd garnn appropria
tion to flnnnco tho building of fish
wayn nt tho threo falln in tho Do
nchuten wnn the stntotnont thin after
noon of Denton U. Ilurdlck, repre
sentative from Denchtiten county in
tho lcglnlnUfro. Mr. Ilurdlck ntnted
that if tho money could not bo se
cured in thin way, an effort would
ho tnndu to obtain it through tho
wayn nnd nioarin committee. Mr.
Ilurdlck expi'ctn to return to Halotn
Tho plan for flnh laddorn in cham
pioned by Mnstor Flnh Warden It. K.
Clnnton, nnd In nlno approved by
W. D. Hadley, deputy gamo warden
for thin section. An a ronult ot tho
proponed construction, salmon, seek
ing spawning grounds, could mako
their wuy to the headwaters ot thu
river, greatly Increasing tho supply
of flnh for Central Oregon.
NEW LAW FIRM IS
FORMED IN BEND
H. If. Do Artnonil, Former District
Attorney, nnd ('. W. Kn-klne, of
U. y. Army, Join Force.
(From Saturday's Dally.'
Announcement was madu this
morning of tho formation or n law
partnership by II. H. DoArmond and
Charles W. Krsklno. Thuy will uso
tho offlcen occupied by Mr. Do
Armond for tho pnst two ywtrs in
the O'ICnno building.
Mr. DoArmond was Deschutes
county's first district nttornoy and
resigned only n few weeks ago be
cause of tho presn or private legal
work. Hln partner, Mr. Krsklno, re
turned homo this week alter receiv
ing his discharge un sorgeant major
from thu chemical warfare dopart
mont, U. S. Army. Mr. Krsklno was
engaged In tho practlco of law hero
boforo entering thu service, and oc
cupied tho position of deputy district
attorney, being also representative
for tho statu farm loan board.
HOW TO KF.KP WELL.
"Keep tho bowcln opon" Is ono rulo
of health recommended by nil schools
or medicine. Foley Cathartic Tablets
domino tho bowels, sweoteu tho stom
ach nnd benefit tho liver. For Inill-
Ant f -ttt ttl1fiiawti Itn ! ttrrtri 1 1
nUDllUlli MIIIVUOIIVOQ) fllU ftVtttllf
bloating, gas or constipation, no
remedy is more highly recommended.
Fine for stout persons. Sold every-,
Try a Bulletin Want Ad. Thoy
NOTICE TO CltKDlTOltS.
In thu County Court of tho Stato or
Oregon ror Deschutos County.
In the Matter or tho Estate or Hugh.
The undersigned having boon np-'
points! administratrix of tho estate,
oi iiukii i'uckiiiiui, iieruasuu, nuuci'
Is hereby given to tho creditors or
Bald untuto nnd to nil other persons
having claims against buIiI docoaiod
to present thorn duly verified ns re
quired by law -within six months
from the date of this notice to the
undersigned ut tho office or C S.
Boniinn, No; S59 Wall utrcot, Bund,
CAHLIB M. PKCKHAM.
As Administratrix ot tho Estate
or Hugh Peckham, Deceased.
Dated this Gth day or February,
NOTICE Mm PU1U.IOATION
Pl'BLlO IiANl) HALE.
Department ot tho Interior, U. S.
Land Office ut Tho Dalles, Orogon,
January 9th, 1919.
Notlco Is horoby given that, ns di
rected by tho Commissioner ot thu
General Lund Otflco, under provi
sions or Sec. 24rr, U, S., pursuant to
tho application ot Seth Stookuy,
Serial No. 019117. wo will offer ut
public sale, to tho highest blddor, but
ut not lens tnnn ?J,l)l) por aero, at
11 o'clock a, m.. on tho 18th day of
'March, next, nt this ofllco, tho fol
lowing tract of laud: NEU, Suction
IS, Townnlilp 19 South Hnugo 14,
Eiint W. M, (containing 1C0 acres).
Tho sale will not bo kept opon,
but will bo declarod closed when
those present nt tho hour nnniod
hnvo ceased bidding. Tho person
malum; tho highest bid will bo re
quired to Immediately pay to tho
Hocolvor tlio amount thereof.
Any persons claiming inlvorsoly
tho ubovo-descrlhod land arc ad
vised to fllo their claims, or objec
tions, on or boforo tho tlmo desig
nated for sale. f
L. "A. IIOOTJI, Ilocotvor.
NOTIOE OF SHEUIFl'YS SALE
By vlrtuo or an execution ot toro
cloauro duly Issued by iho clerk of
tho circuit court of thoVounty of
Deschutes, state ot Oregon, dated
tho 20th day ot January, 1919, In it
certain action in tho circuit court
for said county nnd ntato, wherein
Crook County Hank, a corporation
an plaintiff, recovered Judgment
ngnlrint J. K, Myorn, Katlo K. Myorn,
and A, O. Myorn, defondantn, for the
sum of oloven hundred and fifty
dollars, nnd con In and dlnburnemontn
taxed nt novonty-flvo dollars, on thu
Kith day of December, 1918,
Notice In hereby given that I will,
on tho 24th day ot February, 1010,
ut tho front door of tho county court
Iioiiho In IJond, Oregon In said
county, nt 16 o'clock in tho forenoon
or said day, noil nt public auction,
to tho hlghcnt blddor, for ennh, tho
following dencribed property, to-wil;
Lot eighteen in lilock twcnty-flvo
in tho town of Itcduiond, Oregon
Taken and levied upon nn tho prop
erty nt tho said J. K, Myorn, Katlo
K. Myorn, and A. O, Myers, or ns
much thereor nn may bo necessary to
nallnfy tho said Judgment in favor of
Crook County Dank ngalnnt said J.
K, Myurn, Katie K. Myors nnd A. O.
Myors, with Interest thereon, to
gether with all conts and disburse
ment that havo or may accrue
H. K. ItOIItSKTS.
Dated nt IJond, Orogon, January
20, 1910. 47-Clc
NOTIOK FOIl I'UltLICATIO.V.
(.Vol C'onl IjumI)
Department of the Interior; United
Htntcn Lund office, at Lakovlew,
Oregon, January If,, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
Uonjlman C. Scott of Lit Pine, Ore
gon, -who on April 12, 1D1C, mndo
homestead entry No. 08GG8, for
WHBKK nnd BHUW14, flection 4,
Township 2.1 nouth, Jlango 9 Kant,
Willamette Meridian, han filed notlco
or intention to mako final threo year
proof to establish claim to tho land
above described, before F. C. Schufor,
United States Commissioner, at Fort
Hock, Oregon, on tho 28th day ot
Claimant names as witneses:
Knlhryn M. '.lorolf, Cecil Holllns
head, J. N. Mastcn, all or La Pine,
J AS. V. nUHOESB,
NOTICK OF HIIKIUWH SALE.
In tho Circuit Court ot tho Stato of
Oregon for Deschutes County.
Caxcado Timber Company, a corpora
tion. Plaintiff, vs. Goddard & Co.,
Dy vlrtuo ot an execution, Judg-
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol SuUrd Siio.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Aj;ent, MILLER LUMBFIt CO.
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Iron. Bronze and Semi-Steel Castings tor
Power Tranitnlsilon Machinery; AVooJ Pipe Fitting;, Grate
Ban. 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 13-10 First National
Uank Illdg. Tel. 511
(Dr. Co' Former OtiW.)
H. H. DeARMOND
O'ICnno Building, llend, Oregon
H, O. L L I 8
First National Bank Building
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawrcnco Bldg., Room 3
houo lied 2251
Read the Classified Ads.
Doscliutea County Abstract Company
D. H, PEOPLES. Proldont
Most Gomploto Abstract Plant In Central Orojfon. Spoolal Attention
Given to Fedontl Loan Abstructs. '
First Notlonnl Danlt bld., BEND, ORE., tor. rexi to Alloy
mont order, decree nnd order of sals
Issuod out or tho nbovo entitled court
In tho nbovo entitled cnuno to me
dlrdctod and dated Dccnmbor 26th,
1918, upon a Judgment rendered nnd
entorcd In said court on Docombor
ICtli, 1918, In favor of Cascade
Timber Company, n corporation,
plaintiff, nnd against Uoddnrd & Co.,
Inc., n corporation, for tho sum of
J407C.08; tho further sum of
33G0.00, nnd tho further sum of
I17.7G, costs nnd dlnbumamontn, nnd
tho cotts or and upon this -writ, com
manding mo to mako sale or that
cortaln ronl property In Deschutes
County, Oregon, dencribed oh all of
sections 1G and 3G in townnhlp 22
south of rnngo 12 east ot tho Wlllanv
Now, therefore, by virtue of said
oxecution, Judgment order, decroo
iunu ardor or sale, and In compllnnco
with thu commands ot said writ, I
will, on tho 8th tiny ot February,
ivii, nt ma iront door or tho County
Court Houso In Dond, Orogon, In
said county, nt ten o'clock in tho
forenoon or said day, sell at public
auction to tho highest blddor ror cash
In hnnd (subject to redemption) nil
tho right, tltlo and interest which
tho above named dofondant hnd on
May 28th, 1917, tho data of tho
.mortgage herein foreclosed, or nlnco
that date had In nnd to tho aboro
described property, or any part thero
of, to satisfy said execution, Judg
ment order and decroo, interest, coats
nnd accruing costs.
Dated this 7th day of January,
8. E. nODEHTS,
Sheriff of Dcschutos County, Oregon.
First Issuo, January 9th, 1919.
Last issuo, February Gth, 1919.
NOTICK TO CItKDITOItfl.
In tho County Court of tho State ot
Oregon, for Dcschotes County.
In tho Matter ot tho Estato of Ole
Notlco is hereby given that tho
undersigned was, on the 2nd day of
January, 1919, appointed adminis
trator of tho estate of Olo Olson, do
ceased. All persons having claims
against the estato -will present the
samo, duly verified, at the office ot
II. H. Do Armond, attorney for the
administrator, In Bend, Oregon, on
or boforo six months from tho date
- II. II. DE ARMOND, 4 5-4 9c
Atty. for Administrator.
Pkone Black 1291
LEE A. TnOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kane Building
I1END ... OHEQON
O. P. NISWONQEIt, Bend, Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Rod 421 Lady A sat.
DR. R. D. 8T0WELL
Ovor Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 0 to 5
Phono Red -trtt
Now Located in Bend
Trlvato Otflc in Thorson's
Classes Fitted 3 and Up