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iikni) nuMiirriN, huni), ouicao.v, tiidiwdav, march o, 1010
SPECIAL TAX FAVORED
Out nil Council immmI to HoiiiIIiik
to Pay ltuiuiliiK i:M'ii(c
Would Ule C'ily Urnn
Hliitn for Future
(From Frliloy'a Dally.)
Aftor curofully considering tho nil-
vlRohlllty of Innulntt bonds to clonn
up thn clty'n warrant indebtedness,
la (tin nnlRhbarhond of 110,000, ttin
aOv rtiifiP1' ,,,',or council him fioim on
rocuni nn fiiiniiiK nun Timiiner in
hnnillliu: city finances. Thoy uniinl
' niounly fnror Inntond n apodal tux
lovy tin tho Hiiliitlou of tho problem,
a tnomliiir ot tho council stated thin
Tim representatives of thu llottd
labor unions uro of tint opinion tlutt
iiftnr pityuiunt of Interest on homls,
and with tho ulllniuto prospect of
tnnkliiK Knod thu principal ot tho
loan, thn city would ho In tin had
xlwipi) iih over mid ml;hl vnry pos
nllily ho confronted with tho neces
Hlty ot flout I tiK a refundlnc Innuo to
wlpo out thu debt who n tho IioihIh
mature, Thuy aro ilronnly optioned
to IimuIiik bonds to fluunco rtinnlni:
Thu labor council believes that by
luvyliiR a special tux tho mntter cun
bo disposed of unco ami for all, leav
Iiik thu city udniliilNtratlun with a
clean nlatu and a futuru unoncum
bored by nhllKatlonn which might re
tluct on thu inuiilclpiillly'H credit.
Try a llullotln Want Ad. Thoy
SHEEP MEN TO
MEET IN BEND
NOTICES HKNT OI'T FOIt ANNUAL
UATIIKItlNd of central oiu:-
JON WOOI.OHOWEIW KXOX-
LENT PJHKJIl.VM IH PROMISED.
(From Friday's Dolly.)
In preparation for thu annual
meeting of thu Central Oregon Wool
growers' mtsnclntlon, to bo held In
llonil March 17. notices aro IiuIiik
aunt out to every inomhor of tho or
ganization In bo present at that
lntu and to brim; other nhoupinim,
not members, with thuiu. An excel
lont procrnin In pronilmid for thn
In tho letter announcing tho data
or thu gathering 0. M. lltukidy of
Condon, pruHlduul of thu association,
"Tho post year Iiiih not been a par
ticularly good ouu for tho Hheep man,
and everyone has boon no busy that
tho UHHOclatlou Iiiih had u dlfllcult
time accomplishing anything.
i'TIore Ih much to do, however,
,4 JTatrffiK tho comliiK year, and wo muHt
tier It iih a thorouKhly organized
Among tho officers ot thu organ!
nation rcnldlng In thlu section aro
John Marsh ot Tumalo, vlcu proHl
dont; 11. A. Word, Redmond, micro-tary-trooHuror;
J. N. Williamson,
Prlnovlllo; W. M. Wilson, Powoll
nuttoj John Park, Tumalo, mum-
bora ot tho advisory board.
r Try a Dullotln Wont Ad (or quick
Jfomething to aotlT Advertise m
tkft'lullotln'a classified columm.
Rood Tho llullotln Clans Ada.
Take it from me,
says the super to
"You can't ever
beat good old
Gravely Plug. Ills
got the real tobacco
tutJtc that keeps a
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed itvpoucfu
pleteil a good Job of work ialntlug,
papering and ruiuodollug thu homu of
MIhm JiiniIu Hartley Iiiih been elect
ed to teacli thu WIIhoii nchool next
year, thu tichool to begin on Keptum
Mm. Wallace Hiulth uutertulued
with a dinner one day hint week In
honor of Mr. Hmlth' birthday. 1'honu
pruHuut benlilo her own family wuru
Mr and Mm. Oeo, Truetiilale and
children and Mr. and Mrn. Hklrven of
Mr. and Mm. (1. T. Irving of Ta
coma are vlnltorn at the homu of
their former neighbor, Curl l.lud
qulnt. Thuy think of buying laud
and locating here.
Tho teuchera of tho I'owoll Hut to
Hunduy nchool meet every Friday
evening for ntudy and noclul Inter
cuuniu. Thin week thu meeting will
bu at Mm. W. T. Hmllh'H homu.
Mr. and Mm. J. A. HlggH, Mm. C.
M Charlton and Harold Charlton
wuru vlnltorn to thu county neat
Mr. and Mm. A. W. Ilaynu wont to
Item! Friday, returning by way of
DeNchutim, whore .Mr. lluyuu'n father
('. M. Charlton and non Harold
wuru Mend vUltom Friday and Hat
urday. Try a Want Ad.
HAS 72N1) BIRTHDAY
TF.lt IIHHONNK. March 6. Mm.
Mary Oavldnon'H 72nd birthday wan
well celebrated hint Thumday at
Torrobonno. Mm. Davldnou liemelf
gave thu IjuIIuh Pioneer club a lunch
eon In thu afternoon at her home.
Mm. llurvuy Ooten nurprlHed her by
Inviting tho ItubecciiH and Odd Fol
io wm In thu evening .Sunday morn
ing Mm DavldKon wuh presented
with a Htrlng of gold beadH hy thu
Terrebonne Hunduy nchool.
Thu ladlert of thu Hud CroHH mo
clety wlnh to oxprotut their thankn to
Hioau who gave their help and liberal
patronage to make thu Hed CrosH
hiiIu thu nplendld hucciwh Hint It wan.
Mr. Wllllnr hold thu lucky number
which drew thu quill and very liber
ally turned It buck to thu noclety and
It wiih auctioned off and In thin way
brought an oxtrn $18. Mr. Wallen
berg pu rebutted It. Thu Junlom alno
wlnh to thank tho ladlen for thu lib
eral donutloiiH ot raketi,
Mr. Pollock Hhlpped a carload or
cattle to Portland Saturday
John Perry and Claude Drew nlurt
ed up thu DougluH threnher to flulHh
up thu remaining work about thin
Thu MIuhch Irmn Keeney, Dorothy
Miller and Helen ItulHtou spent thu
week-end la Ilend,
O. MoVey ot Hend is vlnltlng IiIh
parontH, Mr. and Mm. J. S. McVey,
both ot whom havu buon very 111 re
cently. Mr. and Mm. W. F. aulurulth went
to Prlnuvlllu Friday to hco Mm. Qui
brnlth'H counln, Mlko Trapmau. who
woh badly burned In a ganollno ex
Mm. 'ado MacOregor ot Dend wuh
a vlnltor at tho homo ot Mr. and Mm.
J. 8. AtcVoy lttHt week.
Mm. WhltulH mot with tho Hud
mond union high school faculty at
Hudmond hint Saturday afternoon.
Plana aro being made for thu an
nual Turrubonuu nchool work day In
thu near futuru. A dinner will be
REG. U. Q. PAT.
Acknowledged the standard
on the Coast and small wonder:
"Extra Servlca Every Step
Comfort Every Minute"
That's why it is betne worn by
thousands of men in all walks of
Look for the name DucKiincirr
stamped on die sole of every Shoe
II not obtainable from your driller, acuit iininv ami
Good taste, smaller
chew, longer life is what
makes Genuine Grave
lycost less to chew than,
DAN VI L Lit. VA.
fir UoUil on thtwint Plrt
nerved and now play ground up
paratiiH erected. In thu afternoon
(hero will bo a ball gamu between
thu men and nchool 1ioyK.
A meeting for completing thu or
ganisation of a farm bureau for HiIh
community wuh held IuhI Friday.
Kvurott I'arr wiih elected prenldent
and W. W. Mc.Mlcklu necrutary. Com
mltteeH wuru appointed to taku or
dum for laud planter and wire fenc
ing. Ht'i-Ti:iti:i ixm i:k;ht vi:aiik.
Hhi'timatlc palim, lamu back, (tore
uiUMcluH and Htlff JolntH often aro duo
to overworked, weak or dlHordered
kldneyo. Dalny Hi II, It. F. I). :i. Uox
23. Havnnuh. (la., wrltwi: "I Hiif
fered eight yearn with pain In thu
buck and could not do any of my
work, but xlncu taking Foley Kidney
IMIIh, I can do all of my work."
DANCE IS GIVEN AT
CI.OVKHDAI.B. March i Mr.
anil Mm. Harold Kline wuru hontn at
a delightful party given at thu Kline
homu Wediivnduy evening. Tho
guMta wore entertained at guinea
and iuumIc until a late hour, utter
v.hlcli tlellclotiN refronhmoutM wcro
nerved. Thone prenent wuru: Mr.
and Mm. J. II. Hodnon and duugh
tern, Mr. and Mm. Ivan Miller. Mr.
and Mm. Irvlu I'arberry, Mr. and
Mm. Dean Van Mat re, Madlnon Hoi
ton, Sterile and Mary Fryrear. (Jladyn
Purberry, Viola Miller, Arvllla and
Velina WIIhoii. Mr. and Mm. Oeo.
liurimldc and Mr. and Mm. F.lmur
Mm. W. It, Abbey rotnrnud homo
ThurMilny after npundlng a wcuk In
Mr. and Mm. Frank Hurling wcro
Hudmond nhoppem Thumday.
.Sterile and Mary Fryrear, Madl
non lloltou, Verue Skelton and Mr,
lloyd and daughter and Mm. Mc
Andrews attended thu reception at
Slntum Thumday evening glvun for
(lleiin Cox, who bun recently returned
A pleuHunt little dancu wuh hold
at Dokklu'H hall on Saturday even
ing. A good crowd wuh prenent and
all report a good time.
Mr. and J, H. and 0. W. Hurnnldu
and children, Mr. and Mm. Hay
Abbey and Mr. and Mm. Irvln Par
hurry were dinner guuntH at thu
Hurling homu on Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. duo. Ilurnnldu wuru
Hend nhoppem on Friday,
State Veterinarian Iteyuohls wuh
a caller at thu Hay Abbey homu on
Thumday and Saturday.
II. C, Miller and finally npont Sat
urday evening at thu 1-unti home.
II. T. Hurtloy ot Pluluvluw wuh
a caller at thu Kllgoro homu on Sat
urday. II. II. Kllgoro returned to Clover
dale Saturday and returned to thu
high donort on Monday with most of
hla cattle, which ho Iiiih been winter
ing on his Clovurdnto ranch.
Thu Heaver market of Hend wiih
buying cnttlo und hides from Clovor
dalo ranchem on Wodnesduy.
LuDonu CyruH npent tho wcuk-ond
Hay Abbey wont to Plulnvlow on
Mr. and Mm, II. O. Wilson and
baby son mado a trip to Bond on
Sunday to consult a physician about
tho baby'u health. J, I). Hudson took
SlRtara and Cloverdalo played Tum
alo in a fuHt gamu ot banketball at
Tumalo Saturday ovonlng, Tumalo
winning by a ncoro of 34 to 10 A
return gamu will ho pluyud at Far-
jbbbbp' ..&: lUaaaaaaaai
.ib&W i& bbHibH
$7.00 to $8.00
thlng'n hull In Hlntum on Halurday,
March 8, after which u danco will
bu hold at Plulnvluw, Thonu play
ing from Clovordalu and Hlntum wuru
Van WIIhoii, Vcrno Hkulton, Ivuii
Miller, Harold Kline, Dean Van
Mat re and Hay ArniHtrong.
II. 0. WIIhoii Ih miwlrig wood at
tho Huninldu place thin wcuk.
Mary Fryrear wont to Hend on
Tuunday, whuru nhu Iiiih nccoptod a
poHltlon In thu office of J. 11. Honor.
Hay Abbey wont to Lower Ilrldgo on
Mm, Irvln I'arberry, A. K. Pctor
non and (luorgu Cyrun made a trip
to Hend Tuunday.
NOTICK f)F HIinillFF'H HAI.K.
In thu Circuit Court or tho fltato or
Oregon, for DcschutcH County.
WcHtorn Loan & Building Company,
n corporation, plaintiff, vh, I). If.
Hphler, Qunonlu M. Hphlcr and A.
II. Horn, defendants
hy vlrtuu of an execution, judg
ment order and decreu and order or
nolo iHHiied out ot thu above entitled
court In tho above entitled causo,
to mo directed und dated tho 24th
day ot February, 1919, upon a Judg
ment und decrco rendered on the
20th duy ot Februury, 1919, and en
tered In mild court on thu 21st day
ot February, 1919, In rnvor or plain
tiff, In the num of $39C3.17 with in
turent thereon at thu rate or 10 per
cent. per annum rrom und nrter Feb
ruary 20, 1919, thu date or Hald
decree, and for thu further num of
113,000.00 with Intorent Irom the
3rd duy ot April, 1917, nl the rate
ot 10 per cent per annum, and
$700.00 nttorney'H ree, and ior the
further num or $IJ2,70, cohIh und dln
burnumentn, lenn thu num or $235. 4I
paid on Intercut on the 27th duy or
September, 1917, und len the rurthor
num or $427.81, and fur thu further
judgment of $780.00 with Inturunt
thereon at tho rate of 8 per cent,
pur annum, from nnd nrter Juno 1,
1917, with $10.00 cohIh and dlsburac
mentn, and the contH on and upon
thin writ commanding mo to make
nolo or the following described ronl
property, situate, lying und being In
thu county or Oenchuten, ntnto of
Lot Buven (7) in block ten (10),
Hend, according to thu recorded pint
thereof un fllu in thu office or the
county clerk ot Deschutes county,
Now, therefor, by virtue of sold
uxucutlon. Judgement, order, decree
und order ol Mile, nnd In cnmpllunco
with tho commands or said writ, I
will, on Saturday, the 29th day of
Murch, 1919, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
nt tho front door ot thu court houno
in Hend, Denchuten, county, Oregon,
sell ut public auction, (subject to
redemption,) to tho highest bidder
tor canh in hand, ull thu right, title
and Intercut which tho within named
delundnntfl, D. II. Sphfcr and Quecnle
M. Sphlor, had on thu date ot the
mortgage herein forecloncd, towlt:
April 3, 1917, or Rlnco that date had
In and to tho abovu described prop
erty, to nutlsfy sold execution, judg
ment, order and decree, interest,
coBtn nnd accruing costs.
Dated this 24th day of February,
S. K. HOIJKHTS,
Sheriff of Deschutes county. Oregon.
Dutu of drat publication, February
Date ot last publication, March
20, 1919. C2-3c
NOTICK FOIt PUHI.ICATIO.V.
Department ot tho Interior, United
Status Land Ofllro nt Tho Dalles,
Oregon. February 20. 1919.
Notice Ih hereby given that Charles
F. Hurtwig, of Hend, Oregon, who
on April Gth. 1910, made homestead
entry No. 0G41C, for tho Hast Half
(K'-i) of section 9, townnhlp 20
south, rungu 15 east, Willumettu
meridian, ban tiled notice or his In
tention to make tlnnl live year proof
to establish claim to tho land above
described, beforo II. C. Kills, U. S.
Commlsnlonur, nt Ilend Oregon on the
12th day or April, 1919.
Claimant names us witnesses:
William Todd, of Hend , Oregon;
Oliver Krlckson. ot Hend, Oregon:
Charles Krlckson ot Hend, Oregon
and II. II. Dyer of Mllllcan, Oregon.
II. FHANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK TO TAXIUYKHS.
Taxes lor thu current year will
now Bhortly bo due.
In paying taxes look up tho de
scription ot tho property on which
you wish to pay taxes. After you
have paid tho taxes verity tho de
scriptions on tho tux rocelpt wttn
your deed records. Tho tax records
go through many handa whilo in
preparation and mistakes aro pos
April 6 is tho last dato on which
tho Unit halt ot tho 1919 tuxes can
be paid without interest.
October 5 Is tho last dato on which
tho second halt ot tho 1919 taxes can
bu paid without Intorent.
Interest shall bo charged on any
tnx or halt ot a tux not paid when
due at tho rato of ono per cent, per
month or fraction ot a month until
All taxes not paid hy tho Gth day
the RJJSSELL TRACTOR.
DUILT IN AIL SIICS
BEAN AND PEA THRESHERS,
CAIL OR WRITE TOR PARTICULARS
of October becorno delinquent and
on November f n ponnlty of C por
cent. Ih charged and collected In ad
dition to thu Inturunt.
Thn attention of tnxpnyorn In also
called to the provisions ot tho law
muklng It their duty to keep tho tnx
collector of tho county Informed ol
their true and correct uddresfl.
W52-4C H. K. HOHKHT8,
dlwCt Tax Colloctor.
NOTICK FOIt PUHLICATION
PUIILIO iiA.M) WALK.
Department ot thu Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Thu Dalles, Oregon,
January 9th, 1919.
Notlco Is horoby given that, an di
rected by tho Commissioner of the
General Lnnd Office, under provi
sions of flee. 24GG, H. 8., purnuant to
tho application ot 8eth fltookey,
Serial No. 019117. wo will offer at
public sale, to tho highest bidder, but
at not less than $.3.00 per acre, at
11 o'clock a. m., on tho 18th day ot
March, next, at this office, the fol
lowing tract of land: NK'4, Section
18, Townnhlp 19 South Hango 14,
Kant W. M, (containing 1C0 acres).
Tho Halo will not bu kept open,
but will bo declared closed when
thone present at tho hour named
have ccuncd bidding. Thn person
muklng thu highest bid will bo re
quired to immediately pay to tho
Hecclver thu amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
tho ubovu-dcHcrlbcd land aro ad
vised to fllu their claims, or objec
tions, on or beforo tho tlrao desig
nated for nate.
L. A. IIOOTII, Receiver.
NOTICK OK IIKAItlNO ON FINAL
In tho County Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In tho Matter of the Kstato of Alex.
Notice is hereby given that C. P.
Nlswonger. administrator ot tho
cstato of Alex. Qustavson, deceased,
has mado and filed with the clerk of
thu County Court of Deschutes
County, Oregon, his final account
of his administration of said estate,
and that the Judge of the above en
titled court has set Saturday, tho
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Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. II. PEOPLES, President
Most Complete Abstrnot Plant in Coutral Oregon. Special Attcntlqn
Given to Federal Loan Abstracts.
First Notional DnnK lildg., DEND, ORE., Cor, next to Alley
Gth day of April, 1919, nt tho hour
ot 10 o'clock In tho forenoon ot said
day at tho court room In Hend, Do
nchutes county, Orogon, an tho tlrno
and place of hearing nnld flnnl ac
count und of thu nettling ot snld
estate, and all persons Interested aro
cited to appear at nald time and place
and hIiow cntise, It any, why nnld
account should not be allowed, and
nald estato cloned and nettled.
Dated this 24th day of Fobruary,
G2-4C C. P. NI8WONOEH,
Administrator ot tho Kntnto ot
Alox. Uuntavson, Deceased. ,
NOTICK OF HIIKHIFF'H HALK.
JJy vlrtuo ot an execution In tore
closure, duly Issued by tho clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho County of
Deschutes, State of Oregon, dated
tho 18th day of February, 1919, In
a certain suit In tho Circuit Court
for said county and state, wheroln
Josoph Nltschkc, an plaintiff, recov
ered judgment and decree against
Fredorlck II. Wilson nnd Byron C.
Cody tor tho sum of Threo Hundred
($300.00) dollars, with Interest
thoreon from September 16, 1916, at
10 per cent, per annum nnd costs
and disbursements taxed nt Ton
($10) dollars, and attorney's tecs in
tho num of Fifty and no100 dollars,
on tho 31st day of January, 1919.
Notlco is hereby given that 1 will
on tho 22nd day or March, 1919, at
tho front door ot tho court houso in
Hend, in nald county, at 2 o'clock in
tho afternoon of said day, soli at
public auction to tho highest bid
der, for cash, tho following described
The northwest quarter of section
thirty-two In townnhlp fifteen south
of range twelve east Wlllametta mor
idfan, In Deschutes county, Oregon,
taken and lovled upon na tho prop
erty of tho said defendants, Fred
orlck D. Wilson and Ilyron C. Cody,
or as much thereof as may bo neces
sary to satlsty tho Raid Judgment
and decrco in favor of plaintiff
against said defendants, with inter
est thereon, together with all costa
and disbursements that have or may
8. E. ItODERTS,
Dated at Dend, Oregon, tho 19th
day of February. 1919. Gl-3e
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Wall Street Hours 9 to S
Phone Red 48a
Permanently Located In Bond
with New Equlpmont
Private Ottlco In Thoruou's
Dr. Turner will bo In Prlno
vlllo every first und third Fri
day; in Madras every second
and fourth Friday, and in Red
mond ovcry first und third
Thursday ot each month.
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