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BUND BULLETIN, UKND, OREGON, THUIIHDAY, APRIL ! 1010
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10x7 m and dilution. j
I V Three flavors. J
JUL I 5 not enough to make 8
, O not enough to make
WRIGLEYS good, we
must KEEP it stood until
you cet it.
Hence the sealed package
preserving the delicious con
tentsthe beneficial goody.
The Flavor Lasts
B. A. A. C. HOLDS OPEN HOUSE
TO PUBLIC FOR ENTIRE WEEK
(From Monday's Dally.)
A jiroKrntn which fills (o tho limit
tho nchcdulo at tho Bond Amotour
Athletic club In announced for this
week, nml 1m open not only to
club member, but to tho general
public tin well, In connection with tho
mombornhlp campaign, which ntartcd
thin morning. A general Invitation
Ih ox f im (led to nil to attend In order
to gain nu Idea of tho advantages
offered by tho club.
Hpeclal feature during tho week
will bo tho boV and girls' claim drill
thin evening, followed by an Indoor
biiHitbull gnuiu between tho Hhovlln
J llxon and tho Ilrookti-Hcanlon teaniM,
ii lid n bowling match between tho
llrookn-Scnnlou office iijcn nnd( tho
Hliovllii-IIIxon box factory ton in,
while on Thurndny evening "What
Happened to Jonott," tho homo tnlent
play ho Muccemifiilly given by tho
I), A. A, C. dramatic department, will
bo reproduced In atiHwer to popular
demand. Fifty cents admission for
tho lower floor and 25 conta for tho
balcony aro tho prices announced.
Friday night a doublo header, In
which tho unmarried and tho married
ladles will contest, and a gamo bo
tweon tho Bhovlln-Hlxon and tho
business men's team to decldo tho
club championship, will bo played.
A 2Gcont admission, Including war
tux, will bo charged. Saturday night
n dauco, at CO cents a couple, or 26
cents for each Individual, will bu
open to alt, regardless of member
Other events of Interest will bo as
Tuosday Night. Ladlos' gym cIobs,
followed by Indoor basuball bolwoon
Indies' evening class and girls' class.
Indlos aro especially Invited.
Wednesday Night. Men'a gym
class, followed by baseball gumo be
tween professional men nnd llroohs-Scnulon.
claim hovii.t overthrown.
LONDON, April 7. Tho Budnpcot
soviet has been overthrown, accord
ing to Vienna dispatches, and Forolgn
Minister llola Kuu Is said to havo
Put It In "THE BULLETIN."
Ll?l' THE CHILDREN OHOW.
Cough, colds, "Snuffles" that hang
on tend to weaken tho Hystem nnd u
Htifforlng neglected child sponds no
much strength combatting u cold that
tho llttla oiio cannot grow as fast
and sound In body as when freo from
affliction. Foley's Honey nnd Tar la
Mplondld for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold overywhoro.
Hyiinptls of tli Annual Btstrniont of
Tho Hop Growers' Firo Relief
of lluttovllli'. Ill tliu Uinta of Oregon, on Hit
Hint (Uy of llecemlier, 1U18, maile to the In
surance Cummlssluiier of lliu Htalu of Oregjn,
pursuaut to liwi
Toll) premium liicuiun .,...,,$ 1,4QI.0B
Intereil, dividends ml renls re
reived tlurlnir tli year 1,011,01
Total Income , J? 3,143.110
l'IJ for lossee, endowments, en-
nultlts mill surrender values. V 038,00
Ooiuroliiloni ami salaries lall .
during tho year , . 717,34
Taies, licenses nml feci raid
during tho year, ., 44.00
Amount of nil other eiiemllturei 1 I7.A3
Total eaiiendlturea 8 1,834.70
Yaluo of red estate owned
(market value) .,... 000,00
Value of itocki ami bonds
owned (market er amorlltvd
flesh in banks and on hand. . . , 30,490,70
Other anils (uet) -Interest o
Total aueti 3fl.fi03.A0
Total easels aJmltled In Oregon.! 30,303.00
Total preralumi In force Keren)-
ber.il. 1DIH 1.343.43
Huslnssi tn Oregon for tho Tear.
Total Insurant written during
the yrar S 344,040,00
Olota premiums recelrcd during
Ihe year . . 1.534.03
Losses paM during the year. . . 1)33.00
losses (ncurrtd during the year 033,00
Total amount nf insurenre out
Undine In Oregon December
01, 10IS 3311,331.00
TIIK HOP (UtOWKIirV VlltK ItKMKK
ASSOCIATION OP llUTTKVIl.t.K.OltKUON.
Joint Murray, 1'resldent,
h. I, Hlouer, Secretary,
Syncptlt of the Annual Statement of Ilia
Continental Life Insurauco
of Salt Lake City, In the Slate of Utah, on
the 3t ! day of lieeember, HUH. niailo to the
Iniuranre Commissioner of the Slate of Ore
gon, pursuant to law i
Amount of capital clock paid lip. J 208,873.00
Total premium Income $ 007,330.00
Intereil, dividends and renla re
cetvvd during Ihe year 133,883,03
Inctfmo from other aourrce re
eelved during the yeur 10,190.07
Total Income 830,083,30
Paid for losses, vmlowiiientt, an-
nuttlea ami aurrrnder values. 8 304,047.40
Dividend! paid to policyholder
during tho year 01,087.10
Dividends paid on capital slock
during Ihe year 0
Cominliilom and salaries paid
durlug Ihe year .,,....,,.. 193,084.03
Taxes, llcemea and fcea paid
during the year 10,7,18.51
Amount of all other expenditures 00,081,83
Total expenditure! 9978,738,03
Value of real entile owned
(market value) ,... 148,304,18
Vnlue of atoeka and bonda
owned (market or amorllied
Loani on uiorlgagea ,sud collat.
enough to know
better, says no
edliem ttggggggl ggggT .
"Figure tho rcnl
you ijct out of a
email chew of genu
ine tobacco and the
way it lusts and
good old Gravely
has got your or
dinary plug backed
off the map."
Good taite, imaller chew,
longer life lanluimakeiGen
ulne Gravely coitlci to chew
than ordinary plug,
for lotHtl tit thtwlni plug.
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
eral, etc . l,B00t375.01
I'rtinluni riolei and p'lllcy loana 331,073,37
rtt It) banka and on hand 13,I8I.41
Kl unrolleeted arid defrrred
preinlume . 91,443.30
Oilier audi (net) ... . . H4.C27.81
Total aueta .I,79.fl01.OI
Total aueti admlll'd In Oreon.S2,B70,01.01
S'rl rreorrrs 11,003.730.00
Tnlil iMitlry rlilmi unpaid .... flS,37SJ0
All Other llablllllia 140,704.14
Total liabilities, escluilve of
capital stock of f'i08,S73 .13,140,708.93
Telal imirsnrH In force Df-
cemb-r 31, IBIS .. .. S30.flS0.700.00
linslcess la Oregon for the Year.
Total Insurance written dorlng
the yrar f 130,000,00
Oross premiums received during
lhi year 44,030.19
Urn lld during the yrar... 14,330.34
lessee Incurred during the year 13,300.00
Tulal amount nf Iniuranre out
slanding In Orrgvn December
31. IUIS 1,337103.00
CONTIXK.VTAI Ml'K INHtJItANCB
P. J. Hstmbartb, Preildrnt.
Y O. Prick. Hrcrrlary.
Ulatutorr rrsldrnt altoruey for serrlre:
II. J. llsher.
Hynop.ls of Ihe Annual Statement of the
Now Jersey Fidelity & Plato Glass
of Newark, In the Htate of Kw Jrrser. on
the Slit day of December, 101, made to
tho Insurance Commlsiloner if Ihe Stale of
Orrgort, parsusnt In law:
Amoonl of capital stnrk paid up. 400,000.0p
Net premiums received daring
Ihe year 11,334.079.70
Intrrril, dividends and rrnta re
ceived during the year 96,903.33
Income) from other sources re-
crlred during Ihe yrar. ..... 1,433.04
Ttial Income 1 1,383,031.17
Net lossrs paid during the year
Including adlustmrnt rspenses.f 330,917.38
Dividends pslif on capital stock
during Ih yesr . .... 13,000.00
Commissions and salarlea paid
durlnr ! yeir. . 413,108.81
Taxes, licenses and free paid
during the yrar 33,331.44
Amount of all other expenditures 3H,OS8.04
Total expenditures 11,023,800,10
Vslae of real eilate owned
(market value) ..I 0
Value of stocks and bonda
owned (market value) 037,034.08
Loans on mortgages and collat
eral, etc 703,000 00
Cash In hanks and on hand... 30,330.38
Premiums In coarse of collection
written sine Sept. 30, 10IS. 108.SS0.41
Interest and rente due and ac
crued 18.340 13
Total assets ll.0tfl.03S 40
Totsl asiets admitted In Oregon. 1,010,920 49
flrtes clslms for lossrs unpaid.! 313,714 39
Amount of unearned premiums
on all outstanding risks .... 013,08171
Due for commission and brok
er are M.41f! 17
All oilier liabilities 38,04)5 77
Total liabilities, exclusive of
espltal stock of 400,0(10 .SI.030.818 34
Bnilneis tn Oregon for the Year.
(Iron pirmliims recelrcd during
Ihe year f 53130
Premiums returned during the
year ... 134 00
fanes paid during the year. . . 01 Hj
Lossrs Incurred durinc Inn year 1! "5
nkw jEicsKY niiri.iTY 1'i.m-
flLAKB INHl'tUNPK d
Rsm'l ( lloaaland. President
lisrry C lledden. Secretary
hi: kscai-ko iNKiiUnNa.
"Lust sprliKT I lintl a torrlblo cold
mul grlppo nml was ufrulil I wns go
ItiK to liuvo Influenza," writes A, A.
Mo.Vceao. IIIrIi Point. On. "I took
Foley's Uonoy nml Tar. It was it
slRlit to hoo tho uliloKin I cnunliod up.
I urn convinced Foley's Honey nnd
Tar saved mo from lufluoiua." Con
tains no oplntos. Ootid for.clilhlreu.
Sold overywhoro. Adv.
In tho Circuit court of tho state of
Oroirnn. for Dusclititoa cnuntv.
Tho Miller Lumber Company, it cor-
pnrntlon plnlntlff, ;h Lou McFeron
nml Orulila McFeron, his wife,
To Lea McFeron and Orphla Mc
Foron, defendants, ubovo named:
In tho name of tho state of Oregon
you nro hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho ubovo entitled
caso and cause on or beforo tho 15th
day or May, 101'J, which Is more than
six weeks uftcr the 3rd day of April,
1919, tho dato of tho first publi
cation of this summons, nnd If you
full to so appear and answer, for want
thereof, tho plaintiff will apply to
tho court for tho rollof prayed for
In tho complaint, towlt: for Judg
ment and decreo against said defend
ants, nnd each of them, for tho sum
of J1CG.78, with Interest thereon nt
tho rata of eight per cent, per annum
from and after May 10, 1918, until
paid, for the further sum of JG0.00
attorney's fees, and for costs and dis
bursements of this suit, and for a
further decreo foreclosing tho mort
gage named In said complaint, and
tho sala of tho property therein men
tioned nnd described om lot 10, block
1, Boulevard addition to Dcnd, Des
chutes county, Oregon, and for such
other and further relief an to tho
court may appear Just and cqultablo.
Servlco of this summons is made
upon you by publication thereof in
tho Ilend Bulletin for six consecu
tive and Buccesslvo weeks, under and
by virtue of an order mndo and en
tered on tho 24th day of March. 1919,
by tho Honorable T. K. J. Duffey,
Judgo of tho nbovo entitled court.
Tho dato of the first publication of
this summons Is tho 3rd day of April,
1919, and the dato of tho last publi
cation Is tho Sth day of May. 1919.
C-lOc E. O. STADTEIt,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In tho circuit court ot tho otato of
Oroxon. for Deschutes county.
Johnna Wlllsoy, plaintiff, vs. Charles
To Charles Wlllsoy, defendant
In the namo ot the state of Oregon,
you aro hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint mea
ncainst you in tho nbovo entitled caso
and causo, on or beforo tho ICth day
of May, 1919, which Is more than six
weeks after tho 3rd dny ot April,
1919, tho date of tho first publica
tion of this summons anu u you tan
so to appear ttnd answer, for want
thereof, tho plnlntlff will apply to
the court for tho roller prayeu lor in
tho complaint, towlt: For n decreo
of this court dissolving tho bonds ot
matrimony heretofore and now ex
isting between plaintiff ami uetonu
ant, and for such other nnd further
rollof ns to tho court may appear just
Servlco of this summons Is mndo
upon you by publication thereof in
tho Ilend Uullotln for six consecu-
tlvo and successive weeks under nnd
by tlrtuo of nu order mndo on tho
3 1st day of March. 1919, by tho
Honorable T. K. J. Duffey, Judgo of
tho nbovo entitled court.
Tho dato ot tho first publication of
this summons Is tho 3rd day of April,
1919, nnd tho dato of tho last publi
cation is tho 8th day of May. 1919.
6-1 Oc E. O. STADTEIt,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE IX)K IHJHLICATION.
(Not Coal ImmL)
Department ot tho Interior, United
States Lund Office at Lakuvlow,
Oregon, March 24. 1919.
Notice Is hereby glvon that Petor
J. Olson on behalf of tho heirs ot
Anton L. Olson, deceased, ot Mt.
Angel, Oregon, who on April 12, 1915
mndo homestead entry No. 0S5C9,
(or tho S'4 NEW. SEVi NWU.'lot 2.
soctlon 4. township 23 south, range
RHO. U.S. PAT. Off.
Fok the man who is on his feet all day,
a more comfortable (hoc was never made.
Hence the widespread popularity of the
xIuckiikcht Army Shoe among business and
professional men, sportsmen, outdoor work
ers, miners, -farmers, mechanics, etc. A
good, practical Shoe for tvrryJav wear!
lluilt for comfort and service built for
you I Remember the name Huckiiecht
stamped on every shoe for your protection.
Get a pair today I
At principal dealers on the Pacific CoU If
your dealer U not iurpUcd, order direct from
MAHqGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
$6-50 to $8.50
P casLWIIIametto Meridian, lino filed
notlco of Intention to mnko flnnl
thrco year proof to establish claim
to tho land nbovo described, hofaro F.
C.Hclinfor, United States Commis
sioner, Fort Itock. Oregon, on tho
3rd day of May, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses: win.
Ilogue, licnjamtn Scott. Thomas Lin-
vlllc nnd Arthur Olson, all ot La Pino
JAMES 8, IJUriOEBB.
NOTICE FOIt I'UIJLICATION.
(Not Coal Land.)
Department of tho Intorlor, United
State Land Office at Lakuvlow,
Oregon, March 24, 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that Samuel
8. Yodor of Camp Lewis, Washing
ton, who on March 20, 191C, mndo
homestead entry, Nu. 08506, for the
SE'i of soctlon 15, township 21
south, range 10, east, Wlllamolto
meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final threo-year proof, to
establish claim to tho land above de
scribed, beforo his commanding of
ficer, pursuant to the provisions of
tho act of October C, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses who
will give their testimony before II. C.
Ellis, United States Commissioner at
Ilend, Oregon, on tho 9th day of May,
1919: William E, Hoguo. J. F.
Iloguo, II, E. Eaton and C. 11. Clow,
all ot La Pine, Oregon.
JA8. F. DUUOESS,
NOTICE TO ritEIHTOItS TO
In tho county court of the state of
Oregon, for Deschutes county
In the matter of the estate of John
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed as administrator of the nbovo
entitled estate, notice is hereby given
to all persons having claims against
tho deceased and all claims against
the said estate-, to present same duly
verified within six months from tho
dato of this notice to tho undersigned
at the office of W. P. Myers in Bend,
Dated this 3rd day ot April. 1919.
(Signed) J. W. LOWELL,
Administrator for tho Estate
ot John Eglcy. 5-9c
W. P. MYEIIS,
Attorney for tho Administrator.
In tho Circuit court of of the state of
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
8. S. Stearns, plaintiff, vs. Norman
To Norman Wcyand, tho above
In tho namo ot tho stato of Oregon
you aro hereby required to appear
and answer tho complaint ot the
plaintiff, filed against you In the
above entitled suit, on or beforo
Saturday, tho 10th day ot May,
1919, and If you fall to answer, tho
plaintiff will tako Judgment against
you for the sum ot 11600, with in
terest thereon at tho rato ot G per
cent per annum from Decembor 21,
1910; for tho sum of 1220.00 attor
ney's fees, togothor with tho costs
of this suit, nnd for an order fore
cloning according to law, tho mort
gago which Is tho subject of thin
suit nml directing n snlo of tho In
terest of tho dofondnnt In tho prom
ises covered by said mortgage said
promises being dcscrlbod ns follows:
Tho northwest nunrtor of tho
northwest quarter of section fl, town-
snip 18, south of rnngn 13 cast, W.
M., located and being in Deschutes
Thin summons Is ordered to bo
served upon you by publication thoro-
of In tho weekly nond uullotln, a
weekly nowspaper published In Des
chutes county, Orogon, by order of
tho Honorable T E. J. Duffy. Judge
of said court, snld order being mndo
and entered on March 20, 1019, data
of first publication March 27, 1919,
length of publication, G successlvo
Dated this 27th day of March,
C. 8. DENSON,
Attornoy for tho Plaintiff.
-9c. Dend, Orogon.
NOTICE TO rilKDITOIlH TO
In tho county court of tho stato ot
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
In the matter of tho estato of Ma
tilda Ycomans, docenscd.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administratrix ot tho above
entitled estnte, notice Is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against the deceased or against said
estato to present samo, duly verified
within six months of tho dnto of thin
notlco to, tho undersigned at tho
office of C. S. Dcnson, No, 859 Wall
street, Bend, Oregon.
Dated this 27th day ot March,
As Administratrix of tho Estato of
Matilda Yeomans. 4 -7c
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Offlco at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, March 23, 1919.
Notlco Is hereby given that Jay
Hague of Alfalfa, Oregon, who on
February 23, 1915, mado homestead
entry No. 014514 and on January 5,
1917 mado additional No, 01G993,
for tho E35NWHSWH. sec 29;
N NWU. Sec 32, township 1G.
south, range 15 east, Wlllamctto me
ridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make final three year proof, to
establish claim to tho land abovo des
cribed, beforo H. C. Ellis. United
States Commissioner, at Bend, Oro
gon on tho 12th day ot May, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses Jag.
T. Moffltt of Prinevlllo, Oregon;
Neks Larson, of Prinevllle, Oregon,
Austin C. Barber ot Alfalfa, Oregon,
and D. V. Good of Alfalfa, Orogon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Suadard Sixes.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent; MILLER LUMBER CO.
Business and Professional 'Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-16 First National
Bank Bldg. Tel. 511
(Dr. Coe'e Former OfHea.)
II. H. Do ArrnonJ Cbaa. W. Ersklne
De Armond & Erskine
LA IVY KIIS
O'Kano Building, Bend. Oregon
H. O. L L I B
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawrenco Bldg., Room 3
Phono Red 2251
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NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
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Pkono Black 1291
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2-4 O'Kano Building
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O. P. NI8WONQER, Bend, Ore.
Licensed Embalmer, Funeral
Phone Red 421. Lady Awt.
DR. R. D. 8TOWELL
Over Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 6
Phono Rel 18Q
Permanently Located in Bond
with Now Equipment
Private Offlco In Thoraou'H
Dr. Turner will bo In Prlno
vlllo ovory first and third Frl
day; in Madras ovory second
and fourth Friday, and iu Red
mond overy first and third
Thur8tluy ot each month.
Read the Classified Ads
Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, Pre.Blde.nt
Most Complete Abstraot Plant In Central Oregon. Special Attontlott
Given to Federal Loan Abstract.
Flrat National BanK Bldg., DEND, ORE.. Cor. next o Alley