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    BEND BULLETIN, BRNO, OBBflOrf, JIlUBHnAV, APRIL 8, 1010
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MAJORITY OF BEND TEACHERS
ARE ELECTED FOR NEXT YEAR
(From Monday' Dully.)
Announcumunt of election of In
structors (or tho coming your ly thu
Doiid ncliool board was made tills
morning by Hujiorlutoiidant H. W.
Mooru, n total of 311 being Included
on tlio lint. Or those, liowuvor, T, I).
Moxton, MIhh lliuol lluzoltou, MIkij
Ilnrol McOllvriiy nnd MIhh Mlldruil
MorHilorr woro itlvon only honorary
reduction, iih thu hoard whs ;lvin
to understand Unit thoy would not
rovi:i,i( iiuttk.
(Continued from Toko Two.)
ut UiIm uliico n r i) fos't proving them
solves to liu tlioroiiKli shoopmun. Tlio
lambing period Im JiihI unssuu mid
tlioy will liuvo Iiwh tliun a doion tin
productive owns out of moro tliun
2000. Thin Im not luck, II In good
mnnitgoiiiout mid thu best of cam.
Nick Itnclior, n wull known and
respuctod resident of Powell Hullo
died nt Mm homo hunt uf 1 o'clock
Monday morning, March 31, Thu do
cousml had hi'ou III slucu tlio uarly
jitirt of January. II o leaven a wlfo
mid four, children to mourn thu loss
of a kind husband mid Indulgent
fnthnr.
KM. Ilarnnnlo mid family aro mov
Iuk to thulr now humu on tlio Ochoco
project.
"Mother" Ilrown, who hns been
spending Homo tlniu with hor dntiKh
tor Mrn. (loorgo Hhohort, hint returned
to lior homo with hur daughter Mrn.
K. A. HllNMltt.
Mr. mid Mrn. George Truesdnln mid
daughter Oatlicrlim worn shopping
In Ilcnd Friday.
ho lioro for tlio next full torin. Minn
lllmiclio 'Miliar, limguago Instructor
In tlio high ncliool wus not u diindl
ditto for ruolucllon, and thoro wore
throo whono ntijillcatlomi woro In who
woio rejected.
TIiohu roolnctnd. who nro coutomp
IntliiK rnturnliiK noxt your Includo:
I'rlnclpntn It. C. Johnson, Minn Vor
onlra C'hiio and MIhh Mary Mucluy;
senior high ncliool Instructor!: MIhh
Huluii Manny, MIhh Mnrgurol Hanson,
Miss Harriott UmhatiKh,' MIhh Mahol
l.oronco, MIhh Charicay; Junior high
hcIiooI liintriictorH: MIhh Claro Pruclm
MIhh (lertrudo Foley, MIhh Mnudo
Orant, MIhh Norn Maclay nnd MIhh
llortholdu Kiiudors; grado ncliool In
Htructorn: MIhh Kvii May Harkor,
Mrn, Ida Davidson, Minn draco Cano,
MIhh Nolllo l'attlnon, MIhh Bertha
Wllklns, MIhh ISIoIho Condon, MIhh
llornlco Ohmmi, MIhh Klalno Short,
MIhh Doris Fouler, MIhh JoiiiiIo V.
Larson, MIhh Kvollno Crow, MIhh
Mario llrontorhous, MIhh Iluth
Slovens, MIhh Maybello Wner,
MIhh Mlnnlo ThompHon and Mrn.
Anna Curry,
No coulrnctH havo boon signed an
yot, mid Air. Mooru states that In
Ktructora will ho expected to ronow
their teaching certificates ho that
tlioy will hu valid during tlio entire
year before any contractu will ho
entered Into. Tlio Instructor chosen
no far aro subject to assignment, It
Ih explained, Other selections to fill
vacancies which will xlnt will ho
made by thu hoard from tlmo to tlmo
Its your ownfauliH
ir Mnii Ti?t atiiticr TO
savs ULonnor
"Your own horsc
sense ought to tell
you what isHhe best
value when a small
chew of Real Grave
ly tastes so good,
and la.sts no much
longer than a big
chew of ordinary
plug."
Good tte, 'milter chew,
longer life it what miket Gen
uine Gravely coit leiitochnvr
thin ordinary plug.
Writ! lit
GBNUINIt GRAVELY
IMNVILLB, VA.
for loolltt m chtwint Pint
Peyton Brand
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed inpoucfu
Goorgn KUnlur mid Harold Charl-
ton Hpunt HUTural dayn lnt wook In boforu ,ho 0,,0,K of thu fu (rm.
hulldliiK a WAHto ditch mid othurwlHu .
worklriK tlio road.
EASTERN FINANCIAL BACKING IS
PLEDGED FOR CENTRAL OREGON
Mr. and Mm. 12. II. Ktowart and
Mr. Jackeou vUltod with MY. and
Mrn. H. K. Hall at J'rliicvlllo Kunduy.
Tlioy iiIro mado a trip to thu Cchoco
dnm tlio himiiu day.
Mm. CluirN'H Ciutncr, ntnto pront
dent of thu federated clubn of woiiien
of Orer.on, Mpoku In thu community
hull Monday night.
Mrn. Mary Twout Iiiih purchased
Wallaco Hinitli'H KiiniKo and Klnnlur
llrothorH aro movliiK It onto her land
wlloro nlio hnn recently located.
8. I). MiiHtard Ih nhlppliiR two car
loadn of need potatocn thin week to
Toppmilah, Wnnh, and will nlno nhlp
ono airload of need and one car load
of commercial potatocn to California.
Heavy trucKn havo lieuu employed
for no me weukn IiatillnK thorn to tho
railroad.
I. Klmoru, preacher, hanker
and crntwhllu politician of llrowiu
vllle, prencohed nt community hall
lam Runday. Mr. ICImoro han lieuu
a member of tho luKlnlaturu tho lust
three nenloiiH.
Tho rcRtiltir meotliiB of thu Powell
Unite cluh will hu held Tliumday In
thu community hall,
0. T. OFFICIALS
INSPECT ROAD
vi:m. im.i:.hi:d with condi
tio.sh am) i.ocaii .manaok
.ii:xt iii:ati.v i.('iti:.HUi)
tkai'I'io i'iti:iii(Ti:i).
rut it in "Tin: nuM.irn.v."
Cut ThN Out H'h Worlli Moupy.
DONT MISS THIS., Cut rtut thin
nllp. eiiclono with Cc to Foley & Co..
2S3G Hheflleld Ave, CIiIcuko. III.,
wrltliiK your namo and addrunM
cleorly. You will receive In return
n trial ' packiiKO contnlnlilt; 1'oley'n
Honey mid Tar Compound, for
coukIih, coldn mid croup, Foley Kid-
n6y IMIIh mid Foley Cathartic Tublctn
Hold ovorywheru. -Adv.
rut it in "Tin: uii.i.irn.v."
PHONE
YOUR
j WANT AD
ct
TO
THE
BULLETIN
EVERYBODY
READS
'EM!
The Hest Way '
To Buy
nv
flV,. G.Al
To Exchange
Call No. '561
(From 8nturday'fl Dally.'
On their HKtnl-aonual trip of In
npuctlon, officials of thu Oregon
Trunk railroad arrived In llend yes
terday afternoon by special train, mid
left again for Portland last night.
Tlioy wuro wull plenied with tho con
dition of tho roadbed and with thu
manner In which thu road's business
In bolnr; handled at thin cud of the
lino. Traffic Ih Increasing markedly,
mid there Jh uvery prospect for mi
uiiUmially busy year, they declare.
Included In thu party wuro A. J.
Davidson, federal manager; It. C.
WoKticr. superintendent; II. W. Plck
ard, uftslntmil gouoral freight agent;
II. II. Crozler, asnlntant general pan
Rongcr agent; marie whltlleld,
Keiiernl roadmastur; A. J. Wltcholl,
engineer; K. F. Kelly, foreman of
curpontern; Harry Wlthycombe'rJiad
master; J. J. Hardy, guucral frulght
und passenger agent.
(From Friday' Dally.)
Most favorably Impressed with tho
small part of Central Oregon's re
source which ho had been nblo to
see In thu course of two days spent
In Descjiuten and Crook countlcn,
JohtuM. Horbur, of tho City National
bank of Now York city, left licnd
thin morning declaring that his ro
port to tho Inntltutlon ho rcprenentH
would recommend substantial finan
cial hacking for tho Industries of
this secl(oii, through local hanks.
"My ImprcsHlonn of this vast coun
try, In tho limited tlmo I hnvo been
here, aro, of courso, only super
ficial," Mr, Ilarbur said, "but I am
novortholeHH very well pleased wltli
what I have neon. I llko your coun
try and I like your people. Tho way
thoy ahako hands and look you in
tho eyo when they talk to you means
that thoy havo something real to
offer. Their cards aro faco up on
thu tablo for auyono to sec.'
"1 am particularly Interested In
your livestock Industry and In your
alfalfa and other crops which will
ho tho moans of Increasing Hint in
dustry The growth of .the livestock
business cannot como all at once
It must be a steady and healthy gain.
When thin In tho caso, Micro will al
ways bo money available to aid tho
Industry.
"With your livestock, 'your timber,
your climate, your scenery, I believe
that tho development of thin coun
try Is only started. I shouldn't for
got your fish, by tho way, and when
I como out again this summer I In
tend to maku tho acQualntanco of
some of them."
Mr. Ilarbur visited tho Ilcnd mills,
and declared that of many lumber
plants ho had seen there wcro none
superior to Tho Shevlln-Hlxon and
IlrookH-Scaulon mills either In equip
ment or In efficiency of planning and
management.
Mr. Ilarbur will return to Now
York In Juno and has virtually de
cided that ha will, at that 1lmo. ac
cept an offer madu him to represent
he City National in tlio northwest.
"In that case, I will be in llend sev
eral times a year," ho said. "I am
really looking forward to It."
ELK BANQUET
DATE IS SET
INVITATIONS TO UK BUNT OUT.
I'OH IHO AI'KAIIC TO II K fllVKN
0
' IN III.NI) ON HVi: OF OATTl.i:
AND lIOItSK ItAItiF.ltH' MKITT.
CONFIDENCE IN
BEND IS FELT
-
J STATU AGKXT OF PACIFIC IIUILD
I NO AND LOAN SAVS ASSOCIA
TION IS HKADV TO INVKST
9100,000 TO All) nitOWTII.
CHILDREN ADMIT
STORE ROBBERY.
Fourteen Year Old Itunawuys Fit in
Tiinmlo Section Dcclurt Hunger
CuiiNtsI Them to Steal.
CHICHESTER S FILL
DIAMOND J2! BRAND '
7..v -m m ,?
w -.i- i ss1 -
.
.KAsnwi -r
(From Saturday's Dally.'
Dasll Ilalley and Tom Colllor, H
year qld younrftera from tho Tumalo
Boctlon, nftor edinlttlng that thoy had
broken Into tho J. M. Qrlffln store
ut Tumalo were broirglit to llend last
night and turned over to Sheriff 8.
. HohorlH, ponding n hearing In
tho juvenile court,
Tho boyH ran away from homo
Monday night, hiding out In tho
brush until Wednesday, avIioii urged
by huivger thoy forcod an en trance
Into tho storu, In addltl6u to food
however, thoy took a number of art
tlclca of clothing, "lloforo wo broko
Into tho store, wo trlod to roimt a
plno B(ulrrol," young Colllor ox
plained, "but ho tasted llko a rat und
wo had to got n meal uomowhoro
olso,"
'Doth youngfltors woro armed and
tho Ilalley boy was ready to shoot
whoa Mr. Orlfllu surprised thorn four
mlloH out from Tumalo,
"
UJf J. Ml.
ttk rr IruiM for CHI-CHK3.
PIAMUND BRAND VIUIB II
BOLD tBilallla boxM. lolrd
MW Mmm (W VIHHi mw w
HK9-TKi a A
tJ with lu0
uk fcr CMI.CkM.TCKI. V
RANI riLtH, for Iweatr-lM
iMtt. Hafict. Alwaya Rdfabto,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
t&& EVERYWHERE
lIAMBTf S
years rtcanUd
INDUSTRIAL CLUBS
BEING ORGANIZED
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Organization of industrial clubs In
tho rural districts of tho county Is
.progressing rapidly, County School
Suporlutondont J'. Alton Thompson
roportad today, Cooking, potato oul
turo, and bwIiiq nnd poultry aro bo
Ing emphaslxed this year.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Within tho next few days Invito
tlous to every Elk in Crook, Jeffer
son, Deschutes and I.nko counties
will bo Boat out by tho local mombors
of tho lodge, commanding each ant
lored ono to bo present In llend on
tho evening of April SI. A banquet
to bo given by tho members of tho
lodgo In this city city, mid tho fact
that tho affair will bo mado tho oc
casion for putting over plans for n
Contrnl Oregon F.Iks lodgo nro tho
Inducements.
Thu big liauquet will bo given at
8:30 o'clock, und It Is expected that
in tho neighborhood of ICO will bo
present. Tho fact that tho tgathorlng
Is on tho ovo of tho Oregon Statu
Cuttlo and Ilorso .Kaisers' convention
will add to tho attendance, us many
visiting Klks from other parts of thu
stato will bo on hand.
Mombors of tho local commltteo in
charge of organization plans aro do
Ing their utmost to apoud up prelim
Inary work necessary lAiforo a char
tor can bo secured, and It Is be
lieved that communications now be
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Indications of tho probable growth
of llend durlnx tho coming year ware
plvon this morning by It. K. Chad
wick of Portland, stato agent fpr
tho Pacific IJulldliiK and Loan, who
declared that tho association Is
ready to Invest $100,000 In building
Improvements here-during tho com
ing season, Moro thn twlco this
amount has already been Invested In
Dcnd by tho association.
Mr. Chadwlck was accompanied by
O, V. Wood, special agent nnd spent
thu morning conferring with 4. A.
Kastes, local representative in ro
gard to tho possibilities for city
growth during 1919.
"Wo uro confident that a largo
amount of building will ba dono in
llend this year," Mr. Chadwlck said.
Ing mado by wire will bring matters
to a point whora organization of u
Central Oregon lodgo, with headquar
ters in thts city, can bo effected as
tho elilof business coming before
members gathered at tho banquet.
"nna wo think so highly of tho c ty's
future that wo nro willing to put In
from 175,000 to $160,000 In tho noxt
few months to aid In this development."
UK KHCAI'KI) I.NFM'KNZA.
"Lant spring I had 11 torrlblo cold
and grlppo and wan nfrald I "wan go
ing to havo influenza," writes A. A.
McNecso, High Point, Oa. "I tdok
Foloy'n Honey and Tar. It was a
night to sco the phlegm I coughed up.
I am convinced Foloy's Honey and
Tar saved mo from Influenza." Con
tains no opiates. Good for children.
Sold everywhere.- Adv.
LEGAL NOTICES
XOTICK TO TAXI-AYKKH.
Taxes for tho current year will
now shortly bo duo.
In paying taxes look up tho de
scription of tho property on which
you wish to pay taxes. After you
hnvo paid tho taxes vorlfy tho de
scriptions on tho tax receipt with
your deed records. Tho tax records
go through many hands whllo in
preparation and mistakes aro pos
sible, April S Is tho last dato on which
tho first half of tho 1919 taxes can
be paid without Interest.
October S is the last dato on which
thu second half of tho 1919 taxes can
bo paid without interest.
Intorcst shall bo charged on any
tax or half of a tax not paid when
duo at tho rato of ono per cent, per
month or fraction of a month until
paid.
All taxes not paid by tho Sth day
of October become delinquent and
on November C n penalty of 5 per
cent. Is charged and collected In ad
dition to tho Intorcst.
Tho attention of taxpayers Is also
called to tho provisions of tho law
making It their duty to k'eep tho tax
collector of tho county informed of
their truo and correct address.
wG2-4c S. E. IIOBEIIT8,
dlwCt Tax Collector.
Sl'.MMONS.
In tho Circuit court of of tho stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
S. 8. Stearns, plaintiff, vs. Norman
Wcyond, dofendant.
To Norman Weyand, the. above
named defendant:
In tho name of tho stato of Orcgo
gnga which Is tho sublcct of this
suit and directing n salo of tho lu
torcst of tho defendant In the prem
ises covorod by said mortgage, said
promises being described an follows:
Tho northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 8, town
ship 18, south of range 13 east, W.
M located nnd being In Deschutes
county, Oregon,
This summons Is ordered to bo
served upon you by publication thoro
of In tho Weekly Bond Bulletin, n
weekly newspaper published In Don
chutes county, Oregon, by order of
tho Honorable T. E. J. Duffy, Judgo
of said court, said ordor being mado
nnd entered on Mnrch 2C, 1919, dnto
of first publication Mnrch 27, 1919,
length of publication, 6 nuccosslvo
Dated this 27th 'day of March,
1919.
C. 0. BENSON,
Attorney for tho Plaintiff.
49c. Bend, Oregon.
XOTICK TO CItKDITOItS TO
J'HKSKNT CLAIMS.
In tho county court of tho stato ot
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
In tho matter of tho cstnto of Ma
tllda Ycomnns, deceased.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix ot tho above
entitled estate, notlco Is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against the deceased or against said
ctftato to present same, duly vorifled
within six months of tho dato of this
notlco to tho undersigned at tho
office of C, 8. Benson, No. 8C9 Wall
street, Bend, Oregon.
Dated this 27th day of March,
1919.
ANNA BOAIIDMAN,
As Administratrix of tho Estato of
Matilda Ycomans. 4-7c
,.
POUND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
City of Bend has taken up tho fol
lowing described livestock, to-wlt:
1 sorrel gelding, white faco, yearling
past, brand undecipherable; 1 Iron
gray, branded heart on left front
shoulder, gelding, 2. years; 1 black
gelding, branded M bar on left hind
quarter. 2 year; 1 sorrel maro with
bell, whlto face, branded left hind
quarter, undecipherable; 1 Iron gray
gelding, branded M bar left hind
quarter; 1 buckskin goldlng, branded
M bar left hind quarter; 1 sorrel
goldlng, branded M bar loft hind
quarter; 1 sorrel gelding, branded
M bar left hind Huartcr;,! black
maro wtin botn hind Xcct whlto.
jum uiu iivicuj icuuiicu lu uuuuar 1 Draniloil AT hn Inf. hln.l ...-
i"J" wfe,r, J1'0 complaint of tho Tho cost of redeeming said livestock
plaintiff, filed against you In the ! win bo 11.00 per day in addition to
S-J?.T?inv,l.iCd fU ' ." r- br0 1 aclunI "Pcnses of keeping and cost
Saturday, he 10th day of May, of advertising. In case of failure
lfl;,aSiu 01-! f,,1tonn!wcr.,tho to redeem on part of owner, said
plaintiff will tako Judgment against livestock will bo sold as provided
you for the sum of I1C00, with In by tho charter of tho City of Bend
tcrcst thereon at the rate of C per on tho 5th of April at 3 p. m. at tho
cent per annum from December 21, Icitr pound on Orc-mrnn.! ,.,,, .,,.1
1910: for the sum ot $220.00 attor
ney's fees, together with the costs
of this suit, and for an order fore
closing according to law, tho mort-
Flrst street.
L. A. W. NIXON.
Chief ot Police and oxOfflclo
Poundmastcr. S2d w
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber
Company
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Mnterinl, Kiln
Dried Flooring and nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DtORS
. COMPLETE STOCK of Siarukrd Size. -
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales At'ent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW
Rooms 1316 First National
Bank Bldg. Tol. 611
(Dr. Co's Former Office)
Jt. It. D AnnonJ Chu. W. K-jkin
De Armond & Erskine
l a w Y e r s
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
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BUCKHECHT
II. O. JO L L I S
AttorBeynt-Lam
Halted States Commissioner
First National Bonk Building
BEND, OREGON
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Architect
24 O'Ktne Building
BEND ... OREGON
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