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IIKNI) BULLETIN, IIHNI), OREGON, TIIUIWDAY, MAY i, 11)10
L 0. 0. F. MEMBERSHIP PASSES
(From Jaturdny'n Dally,)
From mi Initial membership of
llvo, tin) iiumbor Included In tlio
llrttt I(kIk of Odd Folio wh ovor or-
iinlrod In Atnorlcii, thu fraternity,
In tlio first century of Its existence,
rliloh Is tiding colahratod nil ovor
tint United States today, ImH Increased
Bo 2,330,231 inoii mid women, all
landed toxuthor no inomliurH of onu
Tlio Independent Qrdar of Odd
Follows lind ltd birth In Ainorlca In
llaltlmoro, April 20, 1810. Itn
founder und first advocates In llnltl
moro worn Tnonmn Wlldoy, jonti
Wolcli, John Duncan, John Cliealh-
nun nnd Itlclntrd Runhwortli. Thcso
linen had been nfllllntad prnvlouHly
fwlth Odd Fellowship, boliiK formorly
inimiboni of the ordor In England,
rflioy mot to orgando tlm Urn I Amnrl-
:nn lodRO ut the tavern of Wllllnm
l.nptou, known as tho Huron Htnrit,
In llnltlmoro. Tho nnnio chosan wan
SVnahliiRton lodgo of Odd Follow,
Thomas Wlldoy was tho Unit noblo
Tho following yonr n chnrtcr was
obtained from tho Duke of York
IoiIkq of tho Manchester Unity, Pros-
ton, England, Thin chnrtor wan not
:$colvod nnd formally ndoptod until
Octabur 23, 1820; previous to this
time Washington lodKa existed nn n
social beneficent Independent body.
On February 22, 1821, Washing-
ton's blrthdny, Washington lodge sur
rendered Hi English charter to Itn
pant ffrniids, who then Immediately
organized "Tho Grand Lodgo of
Maryland and of tho Unltod States
k ft kUfltf M !.... ....... !. t.1l..al.
not only to satlftfy tho fancies of tho
Inventors, but to Insure Its abbrevia
tion at no distant day. Follow Ins
tho organization of tho grand body,
It rochnrtercd Washington lodgo, No,
1. The name of the grand lodge
wan changed January 12, 182S, to
"Tho Oram! Lodgo of tho United
States of tho Independent Ordor of
Odd Fellow," nnd again on Hoptom
tier 18. 1870, to tho "Sovereign
(J rand Lodgo of tho Independent
Otder of Odd Fellow," by which It
bun nlnco been known.
Thonian Wlldoy wan tho first grand
matter In 1821 and continued In that
office for 12 yearn. In 182C thin
title wan changed to that of grand
Mlro. In 183S ho wan made traveling
ngcut of tho grand lodgo of tho
United Htatoa, and In thin capacity
ho travoled north went and nouth,
establishing nnd encouraging tho
ordor wherever ho wont .
: TIMBER LOSS
mum policy op prosecuting
INDIVIDUALS WILFULLY () II
CARELESSLY H KIT I NO FIRKH
H TO UK ENFORCED.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Any canon of timber flrea believed
IP.Jinvo been Net, either through euro
lennnonn or In wilful dlnregard of the
law, will bu thoroughly Investigated,
and prosecution of offenders will bu
pushed to tho limit during tho com
ing season, In tho declaration or
Forent Supervisor N. (1. Jncobson,
who returned to Ilond thin morning
from Portland, whoro ho nttondod n
mooting of foront supervisors and
private tlmbor owners from the
northwontorn nnd count ntntcH. An u
result of tho convention, u most
rigid policy of protecting tho forests
from loss through flru will bo in ef
fect, ho declared.
Lnnt yonr, on tho Donchutcn na
tional forest, flrea woro chlotly the
result of lightning, although thero
woro a number of conflagrations acci
dentally not. In thin latter clunn, thu
chief offenders nro smokers, who
knock out tholr plpos or throw a
lighted cigarette stub on tho ground
without thinking of the probable
conaoquoucos. Llttlo troll bio has
boen'oxporloncod with campers, who
Imvo lciirnud tlio need of cnrofully
textligulnhliiK tholr flroa boforo
Cut Thin Out -It'M Worth Money.
DON'T MISS TH 18. Cut out this
ullp, enclose with Go to Foley & Co.,
12835 Sheffield Ave,, Chicago, III.,
I writing your namo und nddross
clearly. You will recolvo In return
4i trial packagu containing I'Oiey s
Honey und Tnr Compound, for
coughs, colds nnd croup, Foley Kid
uoy Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Sold ovorywhoi'O, Adv.
Tho general told this story hlmnelf
i that ovonlni; ut tho stnfT mens und
now his aids nnd the other staff ofll
cera know that he Isn't such n "boat"
they lind thought htm, Exchange.
Ilo died In Iliiltlinoro, October 10,
1801, nt tho ago of 70 yearn nnd wan
burled In Oreenwood comolery with
nil the pomp nnd honors boflttlng tho
exulted ntntlou nnd tho uneqiialod
norvlcoii of tho orlrllnntor of tho Odd
Fellown In America, In llnltlmoro,
n tall monument In a city Hanaro re
cordn hln nchlovemont.
Tho flritt official chnrtorn to bo
granted by tho grand lodge of Mary
land nnd of tho United fl(nten,other
than to two lodgnn In .Baltimore, woro
to MnnHiichuiNOln lodgo, No. 1, at
Ilonton und to tho Grand lodgo of
Mnnnnchuonottn, Tho flrnt official net
of Grand Mnntor Wlldoy out nldu of
the order In llnltlmoro, wan to pro
ceed to Ilonton nnd Inntltuta Manna
chuenottn' lodgo nnd the grand lodgo
of MaNnacliuenottn. Ilo arrived In
Uonton on Juno 0, 182.1, and pro
nontod tho chnrtor to Mnnnachuenottn
No. 1, Juno 0, 'nnd organized th
grand Indjjo of Man&uCIiUtMuttn on
It In n coincidence, nomowhat re
markable that the ordor wan Intro
duced Into Maryland and Massachu
notlH at about tho namo porlod of
time, 1818 or 1810, by Englishmen
who Immigrated to tho country In
1817, Whether Mannachunottn can
claim nenlorlty ovor Maryland In tho
mooted question but from tho beni
evldenco obtainable, hlntorlann are
of that opinion.
Thomas Wlldoy loft England In
1817 landing nt Daltlmoro on Sep
tember 2 of that year. Jamcn II.
Ilarnen alno left England In 1817,
nnd lauded In Now York, but ho Im
mediately proceeded to Donton, Ilotli
wero prominent Odd Fellown In tho
old country and both woro pant
Knch landing In tho United Htaten
without knowlodgo of tho oxlntonco
of tho other wont about tho tank of
Introducing tho ordor'lnto tho adopt
Maisachuoaotts lodgo, No. 1, dates
from March 26,1820, at which tlmo
It adopted n code of by-lawn and bo
gan to keep rocordn, but It In an on
tabllnhod fact that brethren for a
long tlmo prior to that dato hold In
formal meeting. Tho lodgo wan nolf
Inntltuted and had an much exist
nnco after 1810 as It had after March
2G, 1820. Wanhlngton lodgo at Daltl
moro, won nolf-lnntllutcd, April 20,
1810, tho rcqulnlto iiumbor, five, an
nombllng for the flrnt tlmo on that
dato. Had tho two' men. Wlldoy and
Damon exchanged placen, Massachu-
nottn would havu been tho acknowl
edged paront of Amorlcau Odd Fol
lownhlp. Uli i
NOTICE Ol' Klli:itKrH HALE.
Ily virtue of nn execution In fore
closure, duly Issued by tho clerk of
the circuit court of tho county of
Deschutes, ntato of Oregon, dated the
22nd day of April, 1019, In n Cer
tain action In -tho circuit court for
snld county nnd ntato, wherein Frank
L. Walt, guardian, an plaintiff, re
covered judgment nnd decreo against
W. 8. Hodman and Grace 11. Ilodmnn.
hln wife; Marlon Chamberlain and
Minn Chamberlain, his wlfo; George
W. Carpenter and Ula Carpeutor. hln
wlfo; John' M. Carpeutor and Golda
Carpentor, his wife, nnd thu Hank
of Doming, n corporation, defendants,
for tho sum of Forty-Threo Hundred
nnd tio1 00th Dolluni nnd contu and
dlnburnomonta taxed nt Fifty-Nine
nnd 201 00th Dollars, and attorney's
fees In tho sum of Two Hundred
Hovonty-Flvo and nnlOOth Dollars,
and tho further sum of Forty-Threo
and 7.11 00 th Dollars taxes, on thu
22nd day or April, 1910,
Notlco In hereby given that I will
on tho 24th day of May, 1919, at
the front door of thu court house In
Ilond, In nald comity, at 2 o'clock In
the afternoon of nald day, Bell nt
public auction to tho highest blddor,
tor ennh, tho following described
properly, to-wlt: Tho north hair
(NH) or Soctlon Fourteen (Sec. 14)
In Townnhlp 1G, 8. or Ilango 10 E.
W. M. In Deschutes county, taken and
levied upon nn tho proporty of tho
suld dofoiulnntn, or as much thereof
as may ho necensiiry to satisfy tho
said Judgment In favor or tho plain
tiff against said defendants, with In
tercut thornpn, together with all costs
und (llHburnomontH that hnvo or may
8. E, IIOI1EHT8,
Dated at Ilond, Oregon, April 23rd,
NOTICE TO CHKDITOIW TO PHK-
In tho County Court ot tho Stnto ot
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In tho Matter ot the Kutato ot Surah
L. I). Fonton, DoceiiHCd.
Thu undurslgnod having boon up-
nolntod uu ndmtulstrittor ot tha ubovo
entitled estate, notlca Is hereby given
to all persons Having claims uguiiiHt
tho docuuHod und all clnlms ugulnst
thu suld ustnto to prosent sumo duly
verified within nix months from tho
dale ot this notlco to tho undersigned
nt thu office or II. C. Ellis In Ilond,
Dated this 1st day ot May, linn,
(Signed) PETBIl G. RIOMPBL,
Administrator ot tho Estate ot
Bnrnh L. E, 'fonton, Deceased,
II, C. ELLIS, 0-1 30
Attorney for too Administrator.
CALL FOR ItKOIHTKRKD COUNTY
Nollco In hernby given that tho
niKlntorod wnrrantn on tlio following
fmiilH nrn hereby culled for payment
on may z, miv, nnii uro puynmo nt
tho county treituliror'n office, Dund,
Itoud Fund. -Ileglntorcd warranto
number 408 to 715, IiicIuhIvo,
Central Oregon Irrigation Dlntrlct.
Iteglnlorod warrants number 1 to
Squaw Oreok Irrigation District.
Heglntored wurruntn number 1 to 11,
Intorcnt on theno wnrrantn ntopn
on nnd nftor May 2, 1010,
0c CLYDE M. MclCAY,
Tronnurer, Donchutcn County,
NOTICE FOR I'ITmLICATION.
Not Conl IhikIh,
Department of tho Interior, U. 8,
Lnnd Office nt Lakovlow, Oregon,
April 24, 1010.
Nntlco In hereby given that Charlcn
Tlio man of La Pine, Oregon, who on
October 14, 1014, made homoatcad
entry No. 08122 for HKVt. Bectlon
1, Townnhlp 23 8. Ilnngo 10 K. Wll
lamutte meridian, ban filed notice of
Intention to mako final threo-year
proof to entnbllnh claim to tho land
abovo dencrlbed before K. L. Clark,
U. 8. commlnnloner, at La Pino, Oro
gon, on tho 30th day of May, 1010.
Claimant namen an wltncsnca: ,
Frank M. Johnnon, Claudo II. Clow,
Henry Cavnnuugh, all of La Pine,
0-13c JA8. V, IIUIIOK88,
NOTICE IX)K I'UHLIOATION.
Not tml Lnniln.
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Offlco at Lakevlew, Oregon,
April 1G, 1010.
Notlco In hereby given that Arthur
W. Hill of Hcnd, Oregon, who oh
March 17, 1014 nnd Juno 10. 1014.
made horaentoad nnd additional
homentcad eutrlcn Non. 07371 nnd
07630. for KM 8W4 8EV4. NWM
8EV4 815, 8 8BU8EU.8cc. u;
NE4 NEK, EW NW' NEU, NE4
8W4 NHM. Ni4 8E',! NEW, Soc.
13, T. 22 8. It. 8 E.: NWVi 8WW
NW,. 8WU NWUNWU, Sec. 18,
T. 22 8. II. 0 E. Wlllamotto meridian.
hnn filed notlco of Intention to mako
final three-year proof to establish
claim to tho land ubovo described be
fore II, C. Ellin, U. 8. commlnnlonor.
at Ilond, Oregon, on tho 23rd day of
Claimant naroon an witnesses:
Joseph C. Drown, of Dcnd, Oregon,
llobort Gathorgood, Ilobort E.
Eaton, George E. Graft, all of La
7-1 1c JA8. BURGESS.
NOTICE KOIt I'UHLIOATION.
Not Conl Innd.
Department of tha Interior, U. S.
Land Offlco at Lakovlow, Oregon,
April 1G, 1910.
Notlca la hereby Given that Arthur
D. Olson ot Camp Lowln, Wunhlngton,
who on Juno 11th. 1914 mado homo
stead entry No. 07720, for northwest
quartor. Section 15, Townnhlp 21 8.
Itango 10 E. Wlllamotto' meridian,
has filed notlco ot Intention to mako
final three-year proof to establish
claim lo tho land abovo described
boforo hln commanding officer pur
suant to tho Act of Oct. G, 1917.
Claimant names as wltnessos who
will glvo their testimony boforo H.
C. Ellin, U. 8, commlnnloner, nt Dend,
Oregon, on May 23, 1919;
Win. E. Doguo, John It. Sutllof. J.
F. lloguo, C. II. Clow, all ot La'Pino,
7-Ho JA8. 11URGE88.
NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION.
Not Conl LiiikN.
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Offlco at Lakovlow, Oregon,
April 15, 1919.
Notlco fh horoby given thnt James
O. Hoffman ot La Pino, Oregon, who
on August 28th, 1914. mado homo
stead entry No. 08018 for Eft NEU,
KH SEH, Section 19. Township 22
8. Range 10 B. Wlllamotto meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako
final threo-year proof to establish
claim to tho land nbovu described bo
forts II. C. Ellis, U. 8. commissioner,
at Ilond, Oregon, on tho 24th day
of May, 1019.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William H. Holllnshead, William
H. lloesloy, William E. Doguo, David
II. Wood, nil of La Pine, Oregon.
7-110 JAS. DURQESS,
NOTICE OV BALK OF TIMBER
Notlco is horoby given by tho un
dersigned, tho admtulatrutor ot tho
estate ot John J. McOrath, decoased,
thnt pursuant to an ordor of thu
county court of Crook county, Oro
gon, mndo and entered on tho 6th day
ot April, 1919, ho will sell at public
auction to tho highest blddor nt tho
front door ot tho county court
houso iu lUond, Deschutes county,
Oregon, on tho 19th day ot May,
1010, nt 2 o'clock p, m nil tho right,
tltla and Interest ot John J. McGruth,
deceased, or his cstuto In tho follow
ing described promises, towit:
8W14 8EU, soctlon 1, 8j NEU,
NWV4 NEVi of sootlon 12, township
20 south or rungo 13 oast or tho
For Pnpor Mill work.
No experience neces
sary. 8 .hours work
4l!a per hour. Oppor
tunity tor advance
ment. Single men pre
ferred. Splendid now
hotel, meals 3Go, rooms
Wlllamotlrt meridian, In Dcnchulcn
Tormn ot naio, cnnli. 10 per cent
;to be paid on tho day of nalo nnd the
bulunco upon the confirmation of
naie y wio county court or crook
Dated this 17th day of April, 1010.
M, it. KLLIOTT,
Administrator of tho Kntnto of
. John J. McOralh, Dccoaned,
. NOTICK TO ritKDITOIlH TO
In tha. county court .of tho ntato of
Oregon, for Dcnchulcn county
In the manor of tho estate of John
Tho underntxned having boon np
polntod nn admlnlRtrntnr of tho abovo
entitled -entate, notlca In hereby given
to nil porsonn having clalmn ngalnnt
tho deceancd nnd all clalmn agalnnt
the nald entato to prcnont namo duly
verified within nix monthn from tho
dato of thin notice to tho undornlgnod
nt tho offlco of W. P. Mycrn In Dcnd,
Dated thin 3rd day of April, 1010.
(Signed) J. W. IX) WELL.
Administrator for tho Entato
of John Egloy. C-Oc
W. P. MYEI18,
Attorney for tho Administrator.
In tho Clfcult court ot or tho ntato or
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
8. 8. 8tcarnn, plulntlff, vn. Norman
To Norman Woyand, tho above
In the namo of .tho ntnto of Oregon
you aro hereby required to appear
and nnnwer tho complaint of tho
plaintiff, filed ngalnnt you In tho
abovo entitled suit, on or before
Saturday, tho 10th day of May,
1910, and ir you fall to answer, tho
plaintiff will tako Judgment against
you for Uio sum or f 1600, with In
torcnt thereon at tho rato of 6 per
cont per annum from 'December 21,
1910; for tho num of $220.00 attor
ney's fees, together with the conts
of this suit, nnd for nn ordor fore
cloning according to law, tho mort
agi which is the subject ot this
suit and directing a nalo ot tho in
terest ot tho defendant In 'tho prem
ises covered by said mortgage, said
promises being described as follows:
Tha northwest quartor of tho
northwtt t quarter of section 8, town
ship 18, south of range 13 cast, W.
M., located nnd being in Deschutes
This summons Is ordered to bo
served upon you by publication the ro
of In the Weekly Uend Bulletin, a
wookly newspaper published In Des
chutes county, Oregon, by ordor ot
tho Honorablo T. E. J. Duffy, Judgo
of said court, said order being mado
and enterod on March 20. 1919. dato
ot first publication March 27, 1919,
lengtn of publication, G successive
this 27th day of March,
C. 8. BENSON.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
NOTICE Kill PUIILICATION.
Department ot the Interior, United
States Land Office nt Tho Dalles,
Oregon, March 28, 1919.
Notice Is horoby given that Jay
Haguo of Alfalfa. Oregon, who on
February 23. 1915. mado homestead
entry No. 014514 und on January 5,
iui7 mado additional No. 01G993.
for the E14NWU and SWU. sec. 29:
NW NWU. Sec. 32. townshln 16.
south, rungo 15 enst, Wlllamotto me
ridian, has filed notice ot Intention
to mako final three your proof, to
establish claim to the land abovo des
cribed, boforo 11. C. Ellis, United
States Commissioner, nt Dond, Ore
gon on tho 12th dny ot May, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses Jas.
T. .Moflltt of Prlnovlllo. Orecon:
Nols Larson, of Prlnovlllo, Oregon,
Austin t Harbor of Alfalfa. Oregon,
anu u. v. uoou ot Alfaira. Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Lnnd Office nt The
Dallen. Oregon, AprU 4th, 1919.
Notlco is horoby glvon that Leo
Keller, of Mllllcan, Oregon, who, on
May 11th, 1914. made Homestead
Entry No. 013177, for Sft NEU.
NEUSEU. Sec. 25. T. 19 8.. R. 16
E.. lots 2-3, BWU NEU. SEU
NWU. NKU SWU. Section 30.
Township 19 South, Rango 10 East
Wlllamotto Meridian, bus filed no
tlca of Intention to mako final three
year proof, to establish claim to tho
laud abovo described, beforo II. C.
Ellin, U. B. commissioner, nt Bend,
Orogon, on the 15th dny ot May,
Claimant names as wltnosses:
Leo P Roouoy, John J. Holland,
Reuben R. Keller, Arthur M. Mooro,
ull ot Mllllcan, Oregon,
C-lOp II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
This Is to certify that tho undor
nlgnod have, pursuant to tho provi
sions ot tho statutes ot tho stato of
Oregon, formed u limited partner
ship. The namo assumed by said
partnership and under whicU Its
business Is to bo conducted Is Rod
moud Garage, J. O, Houk, proprietor;
and tha principal plnco ot buslnoss
ot snld partnership shall bo nt Red
mond, Orogon. Tho general nature
ot thu buRtnbsa to bo transacted Is
buying, selling, storing, renting, re
pairing and dealing generally In
automobiles and nutomobllo supplies,
parts and nccessorios. That J. O.
Houk, ot Rodmond, Oregon, Is tho
gouornl partner" nnd Clnronco H. Oil
bort of Portland, Orogon, Is' tho
spoclnl partner; thnt said special
portuor haa contributed tho Hum ot
Ftrtoon Hundred (?1500) Dollars as
capital toward tha common stock;
thnt said partnership is to conuuouco
on tho 5th day ot April, 1919, nnd Is
to tormltmto in ton (10) years from
Dated this 5th day ot April, 1919,
J. O. HOUK,
CLARENCE II, GILBERT,
WILSON T. HUMS.
Stuto ot Oregon, County ot Mult-
On thin Glli day of April, 1010,
pornonnlly appeared before mo tho
undornlgnod, a notary public of the
ntnto of Orogon, J. O. Houk nnd Clnr
onco II. Gilbert, who aro known to
mo to bo tlio Identical Individuals
dencrlbod In and who executed tho
foregoing Instrument and acknowl
edged to mo that thoy executed tho
name freoly and voluntarily.
CLAIIA W. DACKU8,
, Notary Public for Oregon.
My comrnlnnlon cxplron January
24, 1022. , C-lOc
In tho Circuit court of the stato ot
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
Tho Miller Lumber Company, a cor
poration, plaintiff, vn. Lea McForon
nnd Orplila McFcron,' hln wlfo,
To Lea McFcron and Orphla Mc
Foron, defendants, abovo named:
In tho name of tho ntato or Oregon
you aro horoby required to appear
and annwor tho complaint filed
agalnnt you in tho abovo entitled
case and cause on or before tho 15th
day, of May, 1919, which la moro than
nix weeks after tho 3rd day ot April,
1919, tho dato of tho first publi
cation of this summons, and if you
fall to so appearand answer, for want
thereof, tho plaintiff will apply to
tho court for tho roller prayed for
In tho complaint, towit: for Judg
ment and decree agalnnt nald defend
ants, and each of thorn, for tho sum
of 1105.78, with interest thereon at
tho rato ot eight per cent, per annum
from and after May 10, 1918, until
paid, for tho further sum ot 50.00
attorney's fees, and for costs and dis
bursements of thin suit, and for a
further decreo foreclosing the mort
gage named in said complaint, and
the nalo of tho property therein men
tioned and described an lot 10. block
16, Boulevard addition to Bend, Des
chutes county, Oregon, and tor such
other and further relief as to the
court may appear Just and equitable.
Scrvico ot this summons Is mado
upon you by publication thereof In
tho Bend Bulletin for six consecu
tive and successive weeks, under and
by virtue of an order mado and en
tered on tho 24th day or March. 1919.
by tho Honorablo T. E. J. Dufley,
Judgo of tho abovo entitled court.
Tho dao of tho first publication of
this summons Is tho 3rd day ot April,
1919, and the dato of tho last publi
cation is the 8th day of May. 1919.
6-1 0c E. O. STADTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In tho circuit court of tho state of
.Oregon, for Deschutes county.
Johana Willacy, plaintiff, vs. Charles
To Charles Wlllscy, defendant
In the namo ol tho stato ot Oregon,
you aro hcroby required to appear
and answer tho complaint filed
ngalnnt you in the above entitled case
Lumber, Lnth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring und all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sundud Sua. '
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO..
Business and Professional Cards
Rooms 13-1G First National
Bank Bldg. Tol. Gil
(Dr. Coo' Former X)fflc.)
It. II. DiAnnond Ch. V. Kwklne
DeArmond & Erskinc
LA "WYE ns
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
H. O. 10 L LI S
United States Commissioner
First National Bank DullOIng
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawronco Bldg., Room 3
Phono Red 2251
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGH
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Deschutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, President
Most Complete Abstract Plant In Contral Oregon. Special Attention
Glvon to Federal Loan Abstracts.
rirat National BanK Bldg,, DEND, ORE., Cor. next to Alley
and cause, on or boforo tho 15th day
of May, 1019, which In more than six
weokn after tho 3rd day of April,
1910, tha dato of tho first publica
tion of thin summons and It you fait
so to appear and nnswor, for want
thorcof, tho plaintiff will apply to
tho court for tho rollof prnyod for In
tho complaint, towit: For n decreo
ot th(n court dissolving tho bonds ol
matrimony iiorotoforo and now ex
isting botwoon plaintiff nnd dofond
nnt, and for such other and further
rollof as to tho court may nppoar Just
Sorvlco of this summons Is mado
upon you by publication thereof. In
tho Bend Bulletin for six consecH
tlvo and successive weokn under and
by virtue of nn order mndo on tho
3It day ot March, 1919, by tho
Honorablo T. B. J. Duffey, Judgo of
tho abovo entitled court.
Tho dato of tho first publication of
thin summons Is tho 3rd day of April,
1919, and tho dato of tho last publi
cation in tho 8th day of May, 1919.
5-lOc E. O. STADTER,
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
NOTICK IXU PUIILICATION.
Department ot tho Interior, United
States Land Offlco at Lakovlow,
Orogon. March 24, 1919.
' Notlco is hcroby given thatTcter
J. Olson on behalf of tho heirs ot
Anton L. Olaon, deceased, of ML
Angel, Orogon, who on April 12. 1916
mado homestead entry No. 08569,
for the B NBt, SEt NW4. lot 2.
section 4. township 23 south, ranga
9 cast.Wlllamotto Meridian, has filed
notlco of intention to mako flnttl
three year proof to establish claim
to tho land abovo dencrlbed, before V.
C.Schafer, United States Commis
sioner, Fort Rock, Oregon, on tha
3rd day of May, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses: Wm.
Bogue, Benjamin Scott, Thomas Lln
vlllo and Arthur Olson, all ot La Pino
JAMES S. BURGESS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Not Coal Land.)
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Office at Lakevlew,
Oregon, March 24, 1919.
Notlco Is hereby given that Samuel
S. Yoder of Camp Lewis, Washing
ton, who on March 20, 1915, made
homestead entry. No. 08506, for tha
8E4 of section 15, township 21
south, range 10, cast. Willamette
meridian, has filed notlco' of Intea
tlon to mako final three-year proof, fo
establish claim to the land abovo de
scribed, before his commanding of
ficer, pursuant to the provisions ot
tho act of October 0, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses who
will give their testimony before H. C.
Ellis, United States Commissioner at
Bend, Oregon, on the 9th day of May,
1919: William B. Bogue. J. F.
Doguo. R. E. Eaton and C. II. Clow,
all ot La Pine, Oregon.
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