The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, May 15, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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RARE EGGS ARE
FOUND BY LAD
NKST OK "('ASH' ItOHIIICIt" DIM
COVERED NKAH !IIKHCKNT IH
HAH) TO JIM I'JItHT KVKU
10UMI lllltMH l'LKNTIFUI.
(From Frldny'a Dally.)
m Tlio only neat nnd oggn of thu Can
adian jay, hotter known locally no
tlio "camp roliliur," which havo oyiir
boon collected on fnr nit In known,
wore rocolvcd at tlio headquarters of
thu Deschutes National forost hnru
)nnt night, nnd will hn sent thin ov
oiling to district headquarters In
Portland. Nont nnd eggs woro found
near Crwcont liy Maynard Smith, on
bin fnthor'a homestead nnd woro
sent Into Demi by Ranger C. D.
npringor.
To thoHo accustomed to tlio big
' jjoods of thu western states tha Cun
ndlan Jay In a very common nnd often
moot troublesome bird, deriving hln
otlior namo from tho hnblt of hanging
n)iout camps for tho purpovo of pur
InlnliiR iirovlnlonn. Nest and eggs,
howovor, nro alwnyn cunningly con
cealed, nnd until tho discovery by
young Smith thin phnan of tho blrd'n
life linn remained n mystery. Tho nest
f received horo last night, cnrofully
built of grans, sticks and mom, wan
found about nix foot from tho ground
In n Jack pine, and wan concealed by
n shield of twigs woven by tho parent
birds, Thu vf.na, four In numbur, arc
about tho nlio of u robln'n orb,
itbnrply pointed at one end und are
tinted a faint blue, with llRht brown
specks.
It In possible that tho mm I and ugg
may remain n part of tho district
collection, ulthouRh ll Ik known that
tho Smithsonian luslltuto, nnd other
centorn of blRher education, bavo
been endenvorlUK for yearn to necuro
nlmllar specimens.
REROUTING OF
NAIL WANTED
ItrilNS .MERCHANTS ANXIOUS TO
IIAVi: IOKTAI AND 1'HEIOHT
matter comktiiitouoii dend
inhti:ad op crane.
(From Thursday' Daily.)
That merchnutn of Burn nro nn
xIuuh to liavo tliolr mail routed
throtiRh lletid Inntoad of going by
way of Crnnu In tho assertion of
E. P. Mnhaffoy of tho Central OrcRou
bunk, who returned this mornliiR
from Portland, whoro ho conforrcd
with thu ntnto hlRhway commission
nnd Ilurnn road dolcnntun. A 24.
hour Having In tlmo would bo ef
fected by tho change In routing, ll
In nald.
' Tho Ilurnn dolcRaten alio ox
prissed themselves as favoring liav
Ing their freight ncnt overland from
'Ilond, bolng wllllug to pay tho nllght
additional cbargo In ordur to bo In
touch with Portland Jobbors, rather
than to have to do their trading with
Salt I.nka City companion, Mr. Ma
.Juiiffoy nald,
FINANCE COMMITTEE
TO SUBMIT REPORT
Will IleciimiueiMl Agiilnitt I'nturo
l'uymeutN by City Official, In War-
rnutM, nn Outromo of InvcNtlgatJon.
-! From Frldoy's Dally.)
At thu closo of a mooting held last
night by tho finance commlttoo of
ij Hi" city council, City Attornoy 0. 8.
llunson nnd Max Crandall, uxport ac
countant, tho commlttoo formulated
u rcjiort to bo HUbmlttod nt tho noxt
council meeting, in which dlmipprovnt
-t of tho payment of nn obligation by
mi official, to tho city, will bo ox
prCHHod, Tho niootliiK wno hold
chiefly for tho purpono of going over
tho financial report recently sub
mitted by Mr. Crnndnll, nnd to Iiivoh
tlgnto that- part of tho roporl bonr
liiig on thu nccnuntH of former City
Hucordor KIIIh,
Tho commlttoo'H roport, im It Is
i proponed to bu submlttod to tho couu-
oil, rovlowH ho Htutomoiit In Mr.
Crnmlull'H financial, Hiimmnry, that
when tho now city ndmlnlutrntlon
canio Into office 2000 wau owod to
tlio city, that, on April 1C, $2004,31
wuh paid In warrants, mid that tho
Imlanco wns paid In canh youtorday,
Tho protont nguliiut paymput In war
runtH Is mado, u6t bocnuHO tt Ib In
uny Bouuu Illegal, but bocnuuo It al
lows an opportunity fpr tho rotlro
nient of warrants out of their chron
ological order,
Put It In "TJIK UULLKTIN."
GERMANS SURRENDERING MOTORTRUCKS
4&W2$rWfm m
Cnpt. V. II. JolniHon In rotupiiny with tlcriiiiin olllcern Inspecting n truck
Hint wnn Jiint delivered by thu Uenunnn In accordance with thu terms of the
armistice.
BRIEF INFORMATION
A proccM hai been discovered by
which leather ncrnp can bo converted
Into a ralunblo nitrogenous fertilizer.
Tho Island of Barbados In kept frco
of malaria by a nprclen of tiny fish,
which ent the larvno of mosquitoes la
tho early stage of development.
A now traveling bag han n hnndln so
attached that It can bo placed Inutile
tho Imk when It In locket), lessening the
danger of thu bag bring stolen.
INSPECTING MISSOURI SIGNAL CORPS
mKr'r iLILLH W litflH ViJi)))))) Jkl MvtMss5"l " Jm KDl2A A '
T'mfmm5mmmmbm liifiniiiiiliriiiwy
Major (leuenil Menoher nnd all tho commnndlng olllcern of tho field
Innpectlng a nlgnal battalion of tho Italubow dlvliilou that formerly was the
Kind bnttnlton, Mlnxourl National Quard, at Ijinnen, France, beforo tho division
started on Its homeward way.
RUSSIAN WOMEN AT
Itusslnn women are nccuMoincd to hard manual labor nud nro seen every
where working side by Milo villi the men. These women nro unloading a cart
of coal, which Is very expensive ut the present tlmu In Itusslu.
ANARCHIST MEETING PLACE IN MOSCOW
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HSVNMfff'ZSZBfifNb P4towWMHM''" ij T-rmn mi j n W " nimiiM ilB
l: . i. i.j, r JTtfg ' v . A jt. .wj 4?.- .x ".-. vN . . ... X5 ; . . . vt f-T vUL
.;.,..sa.7.TssI,SJBKIgaMailtl
Entrance to ono of the big halls In
their meetings. Tho Inscription over thu
tho People."
TRADE BRIEFS
OhmUu, Japan, has nearly 10,000 fac
tories, employing Over 1)2,000 men mid
05,000 women.
Tho amalgamation of thu sovernl
Canadian rail way organizations Ih milk
ing rapid progress.
During thu past year tho numbur of
women trndct unlonlstH In Sweden In.
creased over 0,000.
Revenue of tho United Htnten no
Inl service exceeded expenses by
n,WK).(KK) In the flsrol year ending
June 30. 1018. and by $.'i,200,000 In 1017.
Tolnl expenses Inst year Were $325..
000.000.
Niagara Knits has been irrimnnri
threw tlmen. Tho famous cntnrnct wnn
ireimuni and the American fall were
baro of water for several dny In Fo.
runry, 1000. Thin phenomenon bni
occurred only twice before, In March,
l?JH.. npd ngalnjn Mnrt. HXM.
WORK IN ARCHANGEL
Moscow whore Ihu nmirrhlsts hold
doors Is "I'cuco nnd Brotherhood of'
A novel thief deller for automobile
cause n car to run In n clrclo when
liivoperatlou,
Tho natives of Slam obtain tro
loum by digging pits nbout slxtv feet
deep nnd dipping It out with Mills.
Murdoek. MeKemslo, well Inmwn
among stockmen In Uiu United States,
bus gono to manage tho Sao I'nuu
Lund and Cnttlo company In Brazil,
It Is Bald Im Is to receive n salary of
ifSO.000 n your,
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTJCK TO (TtMDITOItH.
In ihu County Court of tho Htnto of
Oregon for tho County of Do-
Nchuten,
In tho Matter of tho Kntato of Honry
O Gray, Dcccanod.
Nollco In lionliy given that tho
undornlgnod wnn on tho 3rd dny of
May, 1 DID, appointed administrator
of tho entalo of tho nbavo named do
conned by tho county Judgo of Do
nchuton county, Oregon.
Thoroforo, nil pornonn holding
clalnm ngalnnt tlio entnto of nald de
ceased nro hereby notified to pre
sent tho name, duly verified accord
ing to law, at tho office of DoArmond
& Krnklno, In tho O'Kuno building,
IJond, Oregon, nttornoys for tho nd
mlhlstrntor, within nix months from
tho dnto of tho first publication
hereof.
B. E. OUAY.
Administrator of tho Bntato
of Henry 0. Gray, Deceased.
Date of first publication, May 1G,
1010. 10-Hc
NOTJCK OF CONTK8T.
Dopartment of tho Interior, United
fltnten Iand office, Lakevlov, Oregon,
April 22. 1010.
To William II. Chlpp of Dend, Ore
gon, contcstce:
You aro hereby notified that
Charles F. Whltmoro, who lves
Dend, Oregon, as hln postofflce ad
dress, did on February 24, 1019, file
In this office his duly corroborated
application to contest and necuro can
cellation of your, homestead entry,
Ho, , serial No. 08C4C, made
April C, 101C, for tho 88EJ, sec
2; NEW. NKUKWU, NE4. 8Ei
Section 11, township 22 south, range
18 cast, Wlllamotto meridian, and as
for grounds for his contest ho alleges
that I am Informed and believe and
thoroforo Btato that tho said William
It. Chlpp resided on said land only
about thrco months and not longer
than four months after ho filed on It,
nnd thon abandoned tho land and
ovor returned; tha,t ho never mado
any Improvements or cultivation on
said laud, except tho building of a
houso which bu sold nnd had had re
moved from tho land, when ho left
tamo ns abovu stated, and docs not
now over Intend to return to the
laud,. That his abandonment of the
land was not, and Is not due to his
employment or service In any ca
pacity In tho United States, nor to his
scrvlco with tho United States in
any capacity on account of any war
in which the United Stntcs has been
or may now bo engaged in.
You nro therefore further notified
that tho said allegations will be
taken ns confessed, nnd your said
entry will bo cancelled without fur
ther right to bo heard, cither beforo
this office or on appeal. If you fall
to fllo in this offlco within twenty
days aftor tho FOURTH publication
of this notice, as shown below, your
answer, under oath, specifically re
sponding to tbeso allocations of con
test, together with duo proof that
you have served a copy of your ans
wer on tha said contestant either In
person, or by registered mall.
You should stato In your answer
tho namo of tho post offlco to which
you deslro futuro notices to bo lent
to you.
JAS. F. DUItQESS.
Register.
Dnto of first publication May 1.
Date of second publication May 8.
Dato of third publication May 15.
Date of fourth publication May 22.
NOTICE TO CltKIUTOIlH TO I'UI
HKNT CIIMK.
In the County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In tho Matter of tho Estate rt Sarah
I. E. Fonton, Deceased.
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed aa administrator of tho abovo
entitled estate, notice Is hereby given
to all parsons having claims against
tho deceased and all claims against
tho said cstato to present samu duly
verified within six months from tho
dnto of this notice to thu undersigned
nt tho offlco of II. C. Ellis in Dend,
Oregon.
Dated this 1st day of May. 1919.
(Signed) PETEK G. REMPEL,
Administrator of tho Estate of
Sarah L. E. Fenton, Deceased.
II. C ELLIS. 9-13o
Attornoy for tho Administrator.
Oin.02. -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department ot tho Interior, United
Stntes Land Office at Tho Dulles,
Oregon, May 7, 1919.
Notlco is horeby lven that Ivan
G. Murphy of Bond, Oregon, who on
Novembor Gth. 1915, mndo homo-
stead entry No. 0155C2 for tho west
bnlf (V), Section 33, Township
20 South Range 17 East Wlllamotto
morldlnn, has tiled notlco ot intention
to mnko .final three-year proof to
establish claim to tho land abovo de
scribed boforo 11. O, Ellis, U, S. com
missioner, at Bend, Oregon, on tho
ICth day ot Juno, 1919.
Clhlmaut names ns witnesses:
John Toderoff, Elmor King, Rou
bon D George, Nols Doludo, all of
Bond, Oregon.
ll-15p II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Register,
NOTICE OK HIIERIIWH HALE.
By vlrtuo of nn execution In fore
cloHiiro, duly issued by tho clork ot
tho circuit court ot tho county ot
Deschutes, stnto of Orogon, datod tho
22nd day of April, 1919, in a cer
tain action In tho circuit court for
said county und stuto. whoroln Frank
L. Walt, gunrdlun, as plaintiff, re
covered Judgment and decree against
W. S. Rodman and Ornco II. Rodmnu,
hla wife; Marlon Chnmborlalu and
Minn Chnmborlalu, his wife; George
W. Carpontor und Uln Cnrpontor, his
wlfo; John M. Cnrpontor nnd Goldu
Carpontor, his wlfo, and tho Bank
ot Doming, a corporation, dofondants,
for tho sura of Forty-Throu Hundred
and no1 00th Dollars and costs nnd
disbursements taxed at Fifty-Nino
and 20100tU Dollars, and attorney's
toes In tho sum ol Two Hundred
Sovouty-Fivo and nolOOth Dollars,
nnd tho further sum ot Forty-Throa
and 76100th Dollars taxes, on tho
32nd day ot April, 1919.
Notlco 1r horeby given that I will
on tho 2-UU day of May, 1919, at
tho front door of tho court houno In
Ilond, in nald county, at 2 o'clock In
tho nftornoon of said day, noil at
public auction to tho highest blddor,
for canh, tho following described
property, lo-wiw Tho north half
(N4) of Hecllon Fourteen (Hoc. 14)
In Township 1G, 8. of Rango 10 E.
W. M. In Deschutes county, tnkon and
lovlcd upon ns tho property of tho
said defendants, or as much thereof
ns may bo necessary to satisfy tho
said judgment In favor of tho plain
tiff against said dofondants, with In
terest thereon, togother with all costs
nnd disbursements that havo or may
accruo.
8. B. KODERTB,
Shorlff.
Dated at Dend, Oregon, April 23rd,
1919. 8-i2c
07720
NOTICE IOIl I'UKMOATJO.V.
Not Con! J.aiiflM.
Dopartment of tho Interior,- U. 8.
Land Offlco nt Lakoviow, Oregon,
April 1C, 1919.
Notlco is hereby given that Arthur
D. Olscn of Camp Lewis, Washington,
who on Juno 11th, 1914 mado homo
stead entry No. 07720, for northwest
fjunrter, 8cctlon 16, Township 21 8.
Rango 10 E. Willamette meridian,
has (lied notlco of Intention to mako
final three-year proof to establish
claim to tho land abovo described
beforo his commanding officer pur
suant to tho Act of Oct. C, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses who
will give their testimony before II,
C. Ellis, U. 8. commissioner, at Bend,
Oregon, on May 23, 1919:
Wm, B. Dogue. John R. Sutllef, J.
F. Dogue, C. II. Clow, atl of La Pine,
Oregon.
7-1 lc JAS. DURGESS,
Register.
OH 12a
NOTICE FOJt PUBLICATION.
Not Coal Lands.
Dopartment of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Lnkevlew, Oregon,
April 24, 1919.
Notlco is hereby given that Charles
Thomas of La Pine, Oregon, who on
October 14, 19 Li, mado homestead
entry No. 08122 for 8K. Section
Ll, Township 23 S. Range 10 E. Wil
lamette meridian, has filed notlco of
intention to mako flnnl .three-year
proof to establish claim to the land
abovo described beforo E. L. Clark,
U. 8. commissioner, at La Pine, Ore
gon, on tho 3pth day of May, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank M. Johnson, Claudo H. Clow,
Henry Cavanaugh, all of La Pine,
Oregon.
9-1 3c JAS. F. DURGESS.
Register.
07371-07030
NOTICE FOR I'UHLICATION.
Not Coal Lands.
Department of tho Interior. U. S.
Land Offlco at Lakevievr, Oregon,
April 1C, 1919.
Notlco Is hereby given that Arthur
W. Hill of Dend. Oregon, who on
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber
Company
' Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Suokrd Ska.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO. -
Lncal Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
RoomB 13-16 First National
Bank Btdg. Tet. Cll
(Dr. Co'i Former 001(c)
II. II. DcArroond Chu. W. Enklna
DeArmond & Erskine
LAWYERS
O'ICauo Building, Bend, Oregon
n. O. L L I S
Attoraey-Mt-Law
Ualted States Commissioner
First Natloual Bank Building
BEND, OREQON
MISS B. OSTERMAN
l'lANOFORTE SCHOOL
Lawrenco Bldg., Room 3
Tliono Rod 2251
THIS PAPER REPRE3tMrED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING DY THE
GENEF.AU OFFICES
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Deschutes County Abstract ( Company
D. H. PEOPLES, Prldm't
Most Comnloto Abstrnot Plant in Contral Orogon. Special Attentlua
Given to Federal Loan Abstract.
Flrat Nntloni.1 BonK Dldtf,, DEND, ORE., Cor. next to Alley
March f7, 1914 and June 10, 1914,
mado homestead nnd additional
homestead entries Nos, 07371 and
07630, for Btf SWtf 8H14. NW
SE4 SBVi.SVi SE'i BE 14. Sec. 18;
NB NBtf . B4 NWU NB, NR
8Wi NB, Ntf 8BU NBH. 8oc.
13, T. 22 8. II. 8 B.J NWi SW4
NWU. BWH tfWV&mVK, Sec. 18,
T. 22 8. It. 9 E. Wlllamotto morldlnn,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako
flnnl thrco-year proof to establish
claim to tha land abovo described bo
foro II. C. Ellis, U. 8. commlnslonor.
nt Ilond, Oregon, on tho 23rd day of
May, 1919.
Claimant nam on aa witnesses:
Josoph C. Drown, ot Dond, Oregon.
Robert Gnthorgood, Robert K,
Eaton, Georgo B, Graft, all of La
Pine, Oregon.
7-1 lc JAS. DURGESS.
Register.
08018
NOTICK FOR I'UIILIOATION.
Not Coal Jjamh.
Department ot tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Offlco nt Lakevicw, Oregon,
April 15, 1919.
Notlco Is hereby given that James
O. Hoffman of La Pino, Oregon, who
on August 28th. 1914, mado home
stead entry No, 08018 for EH NEVt,
Nft SB'i, Section 19, Township 22
8. Rango 10 E. Willamette meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to mako
final threo-year proof to establish
claim to the land. abovo described be
foro H, C. Ellis, U. 8. commissioner,
at Bend, Oregon, on tho 24th day
of May, 1919.
Claimant-names as witnesses:
William II. Holllnshead, William
E. Beesler, William E. Bogue, David
II. Wood, all ot La Pino. Oregon.
7-1 lc JAS. BURGESS.
Register.
NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER
LAND.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dorslgned, the administrator of the
estate of John J. McOrath, deceased,
that pursuant to an order of the
county court of Crook county, Ore
son, made and entered on tho 5th day
ot April, 1919, ho will sell at public
auction to tho highest blddor at the
front door of tho county court
houso In Bend, Deschutes county,
Orogon, on tho 19th day ot May,
1919, at 2 o'clock p. m., all the right, ,
title and Interest of John J. McGrath,
deceased, or his estate In tho follow
ing described premises, towlt:
SWU SEVl, section 1, S NEV1.
NWU NBU of section 12, township
20 south of rango 13 east of tho
Willamette meridian, In Deschutes
county, Oregon.
Terras of sale, cash. 10 per cent
to bo paid on tho day of salo and the
balance upon tho confirmation of
sale by the county court of Crook
county, Oregon.
Dated this 17th day ot April, 1919.
M. R. ELLIOTT,
Administrator ot the Estate ot
John J. McGrath, Deceased.
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Architect
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UNDERTAKER
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Director.
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villo ovory first nnd third Frl- jl
nay; hi aiunras every second
nnd fourth Friday, and In Red
mond ovory first und third
Thursday ot each month.
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