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The Bend Bulletin
.OVockly Edition)
Published By
-. (Incorporatcil)
Established 1002.
An Independent nowspnper Btnnd
lag for tho squnro ileal, clean busi
ness, clean politics and tho boat In
terest of Iiend and Central Oregon.
Ono Year .............. .....$ 2. 00
Six Months ... . 1.00
Throo Months .50
Victor" over Germany Is won, but
riot nil of tho bills arc paid or did
' 'tho dxponso of war end with tho arm
istice by any means. The last hills
. for all kinds of war material must bo
paid. The army of occupation must
bo maintained In Germany; tho great
nrmy must bo maintained in this
country and In Franco until it can
le demobilized, and It must bo paid
tho bonus of $60 a head and brought
homo; tho dltfcrcnco between tho
market and guaranteed prlco tor
wheat must bo paid and a largo part
of Europe must bo fed that famine
may not lead to anarchy.
All of these things are necessary
parts of tho work of pacifying the
'world which tho United States under
took when wo declared war on Ger
many and Austria. Tho Job will not
bo finished until thoso countries havo
accepted tho terms dictated at Paris,
until their pcoplo have enough food
to savo them from starvation and an
archy, and nro at work.
Many of these peoplo aro our en
emies, but many aro friends whom
we havo set free. Humanity dictates
that wo should feed them out of our
abundance. The most cold-blooded
policy points tho same way, for if
wo do not feed them, wo shall havo
to fight them, ns Bolshevik!. It is
cheaper to feed them than to fight
ttfem and they will be of mora uso to
tfio world allvo than dead.
; To meet these obligations of honor,
humanity and policy, tho govern
ment will call on the people for sub-
scrlptlons to tho Victory loan from
April 21 to May 10. The exact form
and amount of tho loan has not been
fixed but it will probably be $6,000.
000,000 in notes running ten years
and paying interest atsjhe rate of
from 4. tto 5 per cent. If that
should be the amount, Oregon's
quota will be about $30,000,000 and
Portland's quota from $17,000,000
to $18,000,000, approximately the
same as for the fourth Liberty loan.
This is an opportunity for Oregon
to put tho final touch on tho splen
did record which it mado through
out tho war, and which spread its
famo as tho Volunteer State across
the continent. Not only loyalty to
tho state, loyalty to tho nation and
duty to hnmanlty, call upon us to
respond, even till It hurts, but the
notes will bo a good investment for
they will be accepted at tho banks
as collateral for loans up to a high
percentage of their market value and
the high rato of Interest will make
them salable at or near their faco
To subscribe for tho Victory loan
is to be a ood American and a good
Oregonlan. To be a practical worker
for peace and humanity and to do a
good stroke of business, all at the
tamo tlmo.
In tho announcement of local mem
bers of tho Benevolent and Protect
ive Order of Elks that organization,
halted by tlmwar, is to be completed,
nnd an earnest effort mado to securo
a charter, Bend has cause for self
congratulation. Tho Elks lodgo Is
taken 'as a symbol of "p'ep" wherever
it is found, and 'its patriotic teach
ings aro in accord with America's
national spirit.
With tho virtual ending of tho
war a new and substantial demon
stration of this spirit has been made.
Americans who Berved in tho armies
of our allies and were disabled there
Vy, and who, under the rehabilita
tion law of tho United States govern
ment, are at present de'barred from
recoivlng vocational retraining, may
- now receive tho same re-education
and placement as the disabled sol
diers, sailors and marines of the
United -States government. Moro
than 20,000 young Americans en
listed In tho Canadian, French and
' English armies, and many of them
sustained injuries which havo per
manently disabled them, and until
now Uiey havo not been able to re
celvo tho benefits of the federal re
habilitation law. They are enabled
to do so now on account of the fund
of $150,000 advanced by the Bonoyp
' lent nnd Protectlvo Order of Ejks to
' the federal board for vocational edu
' cation, which is tho agent In change
" through Vhlch the government ac
'u romplishes tho ro-educatlon of these
dls,aWed,.men.r t .
A fraternal order having th rec
ord and .Ideals of the Elks Is uninset!
Warty community, and U Is to be
hoped that the organizational of a
Central Oregon lodgo "with hoadquar
tors In Uend may bo accomplished
In tho'nonr tuturo.
By n vote which Is presumably In
dicative of tho wishes of tho tax
payers of Bond, 4i $28,000 bond
Issue was voted Saturday nt n special
election called by tho school board.
Tho fact that tho total number who
registered their opinions nt the polls
was only 70, however, loads to tho
question as to whether thu spending
of this mini of money to further the
cause of education Is regarded as
Important, or ns n mcro detail. It
might bo noted In this connection
that bond elections in Bond, product
ive of much preliminary discussion,
apparently cronte ltttlo Interest at
the polls.
Bo that as It may, tho providing
of finances for the construction of n
now Kenwood school Is undoninlily
a stop toward n much needed addi
tion to Bcnd'a educational facilities.
It Is believed that (ho building can
bo mado ready for uso by tho open
ing of the fal( term, and If this can
bo done tho crowded conditions in
tho Bend schools will bo eliminated,
It is hoped.
In tho refusal of tho members of
tho Bond council to accept tho report
of tho rules committee denouncing
tho alleged transaction of city busi
ness by tho Commercial club, Mayor
Hastes la uphold In his policy of se
curing an expression of public
opinion on Bend's financial problem.
His victory is noteworthy in that tho
hasty action of tho committee in
condemning a progressive civic organization-
is not recognized by the
council, after mature deliberation.
Just what tho motives of thg, coun
cil may bo, however. In flying In tho
faco of the opinion expressed by tho
people through the labor council and
tho commercial club, as indicated this
morning In voting for a special elec
tion on a bond issue, is difficult 19
True, thq element of confusion
which would attend an election on
both special tax and bonds at one and
tho samo tlmo Is'cHmlnated, but In
viow of what has already been
learned of tho sentiment of tho
voters, the tax question should havo
been first submitted as tho prefcrrod
Tho idea of u free camping ground
for tourists passing through Bend
has been advocated at various times
In the columns of Th& Bulletin, and
tho statement of Councilman E. L.
Payno now Indicates that tho Idea Is
to bo a rcallty in time to tako caro
ofv.lho needs of tho early season
aujollts. It means that Bend will
havo an added inducement to offer
to motor parties touring tho stato,
that more tourists Will travel by way
of Bend, and that the city will in
consequenco benefit not only lit aug
mented business, but in favorable
advertising .given by thoso who stop
hero nnd hav6 an opportunity of
noting tho city's Industrial advan
tages and progressiva spirit.
It Is a plan tried out with good
results by other towns In tfio stato,
and ono which will bo decidedly
worth while to Bend.
It 1b costing tho government (tho
taxpayers) $32,500,000 a month to
run tho country's railroads. Chair
man Shcrley of the house appropria
tions committee Informed tho house
when ha brought up a bill for an ad
ditional $750,000,000 railroad con
trol appropriation.
Tho postofflco department has nl
ready mado a good start toward
mussing up the telephone, telegraph
and cable system In the same manner
as tho railroads and tho nation will
be fortunate if it does not havo to
dig up millions to square this ac
count as. a result of theso experi
ments. Tho peoplo pay tho bill.
The plans outlined by tho com
mittee in chargo of tho cntortalnment
of delegates to tho Cattle and Horso
Raisers' association convention later
this month will bo a practical demon
stration of Bend hospitality and pro
gressiveness. It is well that this
should bo so, for tho convention will
bo ono of tho city's best chances for
favorable state-wide publicity among
a class of citizens whoso "word counts
for much.
President Wilson again threatens
to uso his favorite weapon of "piti
less publicity" In speeding up tho
work of tho peaco commission. It
would bo undoubtedly welcomed by
tho American peoplo, who thus far
havo been kept In lamentable Ignor
anco of tho deliberations of their
representatives in Franco.
, Mote rabbit drives aro .scheduled
for next Sunday. It's good sport,
and a practical way to 8howtho city's
Interest In tho farmers' problems.
.Anybody who can handle a, slipfgun
is'invitea. Let's maker-It a crpwd..
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In the heart of every doiiuhbpy of tho A. K. P. In Primco theru no doubt lliiKmtl n hope Hint he would tioine day
spend n 'pleasant afternoon" on the hunks of the Rhino In Germany. How tliU hnp.t win made 11 fitct In hmvn In the
above photograph of men of the Rainbow division dimclug on. the boat docks at NolderhrelHlg.
Security of principal, regularity of
Interest payment and popularity an
an investment nro three recognized
principles of bond Investment. ly
this standard does any Investment In
tho world enmparo with tho Victory
Liberty lonnT
Today Is tho first or April, llko
wlso tho opening of tho fishing Hoa
son. How ninny will find out tho
difference between anticipation and
Two hundred and fifty dollars
Beoms cheap enough for financing ns
important n proposition ns tho city
camping grounds.
Pats Along Inspiring Words.
Miss Etta V. Leljrhtnn, civic secre
tary of the Natlonnl Security league,
has started n "Me and You" lip to lip,
American propaganda. In this the plan
Is that for every Hun lie uttered thors
shnll be spoken an American truth.
The (rutin are embodied In Mogntft
taken from President Wllvm's
speeches. General Pershing's mencngrN
nnd from literature sent nut by the
committee on public Information, tho
National Security league and other or
pinlzntlons. Miss heighten Is also ndvlnlng club
women, teacher, nnft other groupi to
write the slogans on slips of paper nnd
tu lncloH them In nil letters sent to
France nnd Itnly. the? Mowing to lie
written In the Innciince of the country
for which they nro Intended, mo Hint
they can be handed to soldiers nnd civ
ilians. '
(Continued front" Pago 1.),
lis hud institution in tho stockmen's
conventions, UI be served In a
corral to bo built near tho rlvor be
low tho Nowport nvunuo bridge.
E. P. Mahaffcy's fatted stoer; selected
from Lnko county, ostraya which
found tlrclrwny to Bond,.Vwlir bo
transformed' Into broiled steak's,
whllo bacon and eggs, sourdough
bread and bollors of black coffee
will bo prepared by camp cooks under
tho direction of George Russell of
Prlnovlllo and Forest Supervisor
N. G. Jacobson.
At 5 o'clock tho samo afternoon
a ranch bVri'a'uet will bu given at tho
Hippodrome.' Housdwlvcs of Bond
nnd tho surrounding country will bo
asked to furnish viands for llio re
past, und ns a modern touch tho
committee plans to present a fow
vaudovlllo acts whllo tho banquet is
In progress. If arfy,such article of
diet can bo found anywhero in Cen
tral Oregon, a tender young bear
will nppcar on tho menu, and R. A.
Ward has taken tho Ycsponslbfllty
of supplying tho feastors with mh
backwoods delicacy.
Free Movie Planned.
Among thoso appointed to secure
provisions from the country are F.
N. Wallace, Tumalo; Art Wurzwellor,
Powell Butto; Ben Tone, Bisters;
W. N. Knickerbocker, Plalnvlew;
Frank Chapman, Lower Bridge;
Miss Mary Bcnn, Alfulfa, and A. L.
Clark of La Pine.
A stockman's ball at tho uthlotlc
club gymnasium will officially bring
tho convention 'to a closo,
If It Is found to bo fcaslblo, tho
commlttco will buy out tho local
roovla theaters while tho couvontlon
Is In progress, allowing free admis
sion to all visitors. This Is Intended
primarily for tho families of dolo
gates who will bo in attendance
Cough, colds, "Snuffles" that hang
on tend to weaken tho system nnd a
suffering neglected child spends so
much strength combatting a cold that
the llttlo ono cannot grow us fast
and sound in body as when fjeo from
affliction. Foloy's Honov and Tar Is
splendid for coughs, colds, croup 'and
-whooping cough, Holp pyerywyerq,
A"dv, ' -"
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(Continued from Pago Ono.)
Initial Krttloincnt Ill Tusk.
Tho most Important of tho suvornl
state commissions created by thu re
cent loglslaturo camu Into holn- n
named tho personnel of thu statu laud
settlement commlnslon ti hoard
which will havo completo charge of
tho placing of returned soldiers and
sailors on tho productive farm lauds
of Oregon.
Thu commission Is composed of
tho following: Emery Olmstend, n
Portland banker; G. II. Baker, sec
retary, of tho labor council nt Bond;
Charles Hall, Coos liny banker;
Whltnoy L. Boise, Irrigation export;
R. N, Stnnflold, stockman and capital
ist of Stauflold, Oregon.
Tho land settlement work for
Oregon soldiers Is expected to prove
n gigantic enterprise for Eastern
Orogon counties If tho $5,000,000
reconstruction bond Issuo Is approved
by tho voters nt tho spoclal election
on Juno 3. For It Is In Eastern Oro
gon thut much of thu land settlement,
fact, practically all of It, will bu
undertaken. If this bond Issuo
passes, the cqmtnUslon will havo n
fund of $647,000 nt Its disposal;
othorwlso -It will bo limited to (ho
$50,000 which was appropriated In
tho bill creating tho commission.
- -' M&ncy Hani to Kpeml.
Is theru soma sort of Jinx attached
to a membership on tho soldiers'
and sailors' relief commission?
This la u question frequently asked
at tho capltol this weok ns n rosult
of four resignations which havo come
from mombera of this commission
Tho lastto resign wns F. W. Mul
koy, chairman of tho commission.
Each member has written Governor
Olcott that hu "cannot devotu fur
ther tlmo to tho work."
It Is believed at the capital that
the wholesale resignations nro the
rosult of n recent opinion of Attornoy
.General Brown to thu uffect that
mombera of tho commission are per
sonally llublo for tho loss of any
funds which might hecomo dissipated
through bank falluro or uny other
cause. Tho commission has a
$100,000 appropriation at its dis
posal, which, roports from Portland
Indlcato, It Is having a hard tlmo
to spend.
(Int Tux CoiiiIiik In.
A fororunner of what thu statu of
Oregon might expect In tho way of
financial returns from Its recently
enacted gnsollno license tax hill
reached tho offlco of tho secretary of
stato this weok In tho farm of a
chock from tho Union Oil company
In tho amount of 226. U. This was
tho amount duo tho statu for tho
gasoline and dlstlllato sold by this
ono concern for tho first throe days
aftor tho law wont Into effect. Tho
law becamo ofToctlvo on February
'20, and tho Union Oil company sold
a totql of 21,300 gallons of gasollno
and 45G7 gallons of dlstlllato on tho
last threo days of that month. Other
checks uro expected daily from other
concerns doing business lu Oregon.
Governor Olcott on Monday of this
week reappointed W L. Thompson,
a banker of Pondlotonf ns u memhor
of the stato highway commission.
Tho governor announced shortly
utter hu succeeded tho Into Governor
Withycoinbu thai ho would retain
Mr. Thompson as a momltor of this
Important commission, and Mr.
Thompson has already slgulflqd his
Intention of remaining In tho Horvlco
of tho statu.
It'll n far cry from a stato hnuso
dosk to tho stato prison, but tho pos
sibility of stato officials fraternizing
with prison convicts looms big as a
possibility in tho noar futurV. ' Tho
stato houso, aftor a lapsa ofiioverul
t- -. ... a J f .- ''.!- Isglnntau .& jfgtyo . LX
baseball team, and tho convicts, who
always havo n fast aggregation of
ball toHsurs, havo already hurled' Q,
dofi at tho cnpltol crow, nnd tho gnino
soon will bn arranged.
Pnlr I'lnni .Minlc.
"A lot of enterprising youngster
from Eastern Oregon nro going to
visit thu 1919 statu fair as 'guests
of thu statu If they show thu samo
I ...w oiwm ,,u pilin ,(,u nun
.Mplrlt they nmuirentud last year,
wan tho assertion this week of Statu
Superintendent of Public Instruct
tlou Churchill with refurunro to 'thu
Industrial club work among tho
school cbllilruii which Is now lining
Each year tho stato is host to
youngster who show exceptional
aptitude In tho varied forms of in
dustrial or agricultural work during
thu summer, and his field workers
aro now organizing for. tho spring
and summer campaign. Farming,
gardening, stock raising and canning
nro nniong tho more Imnortnnt
branches of tho Industrial club work,
and Eastern Oregon, ifn In yearn purft,
Is expected to send lt full quota of
youngsters to tho fairgrounds Indus
trial club camp.
PLAINVIEW, April 3.--Thu O." T)
O, club and friends had n Jolly time
at tin April Fool party given nt tho
C. F. Chalfau homo Inst Saturday
ovonlng. A number of Jokes und
sells administered by the committee
in cnargu ana neipoa nut ny Jim
Putllnm acting ua clown for tho
evening provoked much fun. Tho
follows succeeded In, getting oven ny
hiding all tho' Ico cream. It wns
rescued later jind proved In prime
condition. Cnko and coffuo wore
sorved lso,Jjndn jtejUNHtn was
realized for ThoJlulr treasury."
( P Nlswunger nnd family spent
n day at tho Pino Lawn ranch re
cently. .Mrs. Grovor i'uitiam una limn iton
visited at tho F. W. Leveronr homo
several days thu paat week.''"' f '
O. W. Jlatnfi of Tumalo Van
Plalnvlew raller Tuesday.
Goorgo Calvnrloy spent Sunday In
Bond with Jils brother John, who
has been dlichargod from thu service
Miss Finn Crawford of Portland
was 11 guest at the Knickerbocker
homo last week.
Newell Van Tassel Is working ut
tho Hartley ranch
Itay Armstrong hauled potatoes to
Deschutes Friday and Saturday.
Theru has bUen qulto a llttlo brand
ing done lu Plalnvluw tho ppst weok,
us nearly uvoryonu Is turning thu
cattlu on thu range
Luolla Burgess returned to the
Box A ranch after spending a weok
In and near Bond,
Mr. nud Mrs M. W. Knickerbocker
and family wuro guests ilt tho homo
of Ellin Edgliigtou ut Slators last
Tuesday ovonlng, '
Mrs. II. A. Scoggln attended thu
meeting of tho Tilllciim club M the
homo of Mrs. Hobson Inst Friday.
A. E, Hohs and A. W. Armstrong
worn business callers lu Bond Wed
nesday. Mr. nnd Mrs, II. T, Hartley woro
callers at tho Oorklng homo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M, W. Knickerbocker
nnd Rao and Emmott Knickerbocker
woro Bond visitors Friday ovenlng
and Saturday,
Miss .Tina Crawford was n visitor
at tho Plalnvluw school Wednesday.
A. E, Hohh and Kdgar Ilourtt woro
Redmond callers Tuesday,
Thero will ho nnmchlui; sorvlcos
ns usual at thu school houso iiuxtj
unuuy auurnoou, April u,
Ill IfiM
Department of tho Interior, United
Stutes Laud Offlco at Tho Dalles,
Oregon, March 28, 1019.
Notlco Is horohy given that Jay
Hague Of Alfulfa, Orogon, who on
February 23, 1915, mado homestead
entry No, 014514 and on Juuuury 5,
1017 mado additional No, 016003,
for tho E',iNWBWVi, soq, 20;
NV NWU, Sec. 32, township 10,
south, range 1G east, Wlllamottu me
ridian, hus filed notlco of Intention
to mako final threu year proof, to
establish claim Ja tho land above des
cribed, before; H."0. Ellhv iUnltod
fltateu "Commissioned ats Bond; Ore
gun on iiiu 1 mi uuy ui way, 1u.11,
Claimant names as wkncuntaa inn
- MPlflU. 9'.7.?vn0 Orbn;
fNnln Laciioii, of I'rlnuvlllo, Orngnn
I Autlti (J. Ilnrbor of, Alfiilfa, Oregon,
ni Austin an
'il ' lit
1! 0Pn
-uooii oi Airuirn. ureon,
(Not Coal Imnil.)
Depnrliiiont nf tho Interior, United
HIiitim'Lund Office at Lukovluw,
Orogon, March 21, 19 19.
Notjuu Is linroby given thai Peter
J,. Olson on huhalf of tho heirs nt'
Anton L, OlsOil, itncciisml, of Ml
Angel, Oregon, who on April L2, 191ft
mado homcHtimd entry No, 0851)11.
for thu 814 Nil'., UlUi NWU, lot 2,
Miction 4, township 2.'l miuth, raugu
oiiHtiWIIIiuuollo Meridian, hits flluiT
notice nf Intention tit umlto llunl
throo year proof In- imtuhllsh claim
to thu laud aliovu described, before P.
(Hchafor, I'nltod Status Coininth
sUuior, Fort Hock. Oregon, on tint
3rd day f Mhy, J 9 lit.
Claimant minion an witnesses; W'tn
lloguo,lleiiJnmli Hcott, Thnmiiii Liu
vlllo nud Arthur Obion, all of Lit Pino
f"9o Register
(.Vol Coal Lnnil.)
Depart iiiout of thu Interior, United
States Laud Offlco at Lnkuvluw,
Oregon, March 24, 1919.
'Notice In hereby given that Samuel
II. Vodnr or Camp Lewis, Washlug
totf, who nu March 20, 1915, inntlk
homestead entry, No. 08500, for fi
SEU of section 15, township i
south, rango 10, east. Wlllametto
meridian, has filed notice or liiteu
tlou to mako final throo-) oar Proof, to
establish claim lu thu laud nhovu de
scribed, bo f ore his commanding of.
ficor, pursuant to thu provisions of
llio act of Ortofior 0V 1017,
Claimant names as witnesses who
will gvo their testimony horoni II. C
Ellin, United State Commissioner nt
lionet, OroKon, on tho 9th day or Ma?.
1010; William I.'. Iloguo, J. F
llogue, It E Eaton nnd (' II Clou,
nil o( La Pine, Orogon
61o Iteglster.
In tho Circuit court of tho state of
Oregon, for Deschutos county.
Tho Miller Lumber -Company, it cor-
poratlou, plaintiff, vn l.oa McFcrou
and Orphlu McPoron,' his wife,
defendant .
To Lea McForon nud Orphlu Mc
J'erou, defendant, nbovo named:
In thu uumo of thu statu of Oregon
you aro hereby required to appear
and nnsuur thu complaint tiled
11 gal list you In tho nbovo untitled
case and causa on or beforu thu 15th
day of May, 1019, which In more than
six weeks after thu 3rd day of April.
PJ19, thu datu or thu first publi
cation of this summons, nud It you
fall to so appenr and unnuor, for want
thureor, thu plaintiff will apply to
thu court for thu rollef prayed for
In the complaint, tow It: fbr Jud,
ttiunt and decrou ngalilst said defend
ants, and each of them, for thu sivtn
or $106.78, with interest thereon nt
1110 rata 01 nigm per cent pur annum
from ami after Muy 10, 1918. until
paid, (or thu furilmr sum or $50.00
attorney's fees, nnd for cosln and dis
bursement of this suit, nnd for n
furthor docrtMi foreclotiiK tho mort
gage named In suld complaint, und
thu sale of thu property therein men- k
tinned and described n lot 10, block
lfi, Boulevard addition to Bond, Des
chutes county, Oregon, and lor such
other and further rullef us to tho
court may appear Just and equitable
Sorvlc,o or this summons Is mudu
upon you by publication thureor In
tlKvltond. Bulletin for six coimecu
tlvo nnd successive weeks, under and
by vlrtuo of an order Hindu, and en
tered on tho 24th day of March. 1019,
by tho Honorable T. H. J. DufTu),
Judge of tho nhovu entitled court. ,
The data of tho first publication or
this summons Is thu 3rd day oi April,-,
1919. and tho data or thu last publl
'cation Is thu 8th day or. May. 1919
6-10c E. O. 8TAVn:R.
Iluiid, Oregon,
Attornoy for Plaintiff
In thu county, court of thu statu or
Oregon, for Deschutes county
In tho matter of thu vntatu of John
Egloy, deceased;
Thu undersigned having been np
pointed us administrator of thu aboto
untitled outato, notlco Is h uro by r.l"cSif
(o.itll pomona having cIbIiusIikuIumi
thu decoused und nil claims against
tin) said estate to present mi mo duly
vorlflod within six months from tho
data or this notlco to tho undurstgui d
nt thu office ot W. P. Myers In' Bund.
Dated thin 3rd day or April, 1919
(Signed) J. W. LOWELL.
Administrator for thu Estato
of John Egloy. 6-9c
Attorney lor tho Administrator.
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Lin tho circuit court or tho stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes county,
Juliana WlllHuy, plaintiff, vs. Charles
Wlllsoy, defendant:
To Charles Wlllsov. defendant
nbovo named.
la thu namo ot tho stato of Orocon.
you' aru hereby required to upiyflir
and' answer thu complaint II Ik:
against you lu thu nbovo untitled cuho4
und cause, on or baton tho 16th day"
of May, 1010, which Is mora than six
wookh urtor the 3rd duy or April.
1910, thu dale or thu first publica
tion of thin summons mid If you full
ho (o uppour nud, answer, for want
tho roof, thu plaintiff will apply to
tho court for tho roller prayed for lu
that comiilulut, towit; For a dueruo
or thin court dissolving thu bonds of
matrimony horuloforo and now ox
Istlug hotwuun plaintiff and defend
ant, and for such other und furthor
relief as to tho court muy nppolir Just x
and giiultnhlo,
Horvlco of this Humtnons Is mado
upon you by publication thureor In
thu Bund Bulletin for nix coubocu
tlyu and huccobhIvo woolts under and
by virtuu ot an ordor mado 011 tho
31st day or Murch, 1919, by tho
Honorablo T. E. J. Duffoy, Judge of
tho ubovo ontltled court.
Tho dato ot tho firm publication of
this summons Is tho 3rd day of April.
19i0j nnd tho dato of the lastipubll
MtfH Is tUo 8tltIy of May, lljlO.
5-IWJ , M. 6. STAnTRIt.
Bend, Oregon,
frf mAuqrnwior I'Miniiin