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DEND 11ULLKTIN, IlKM), OIIKCION, THUIlHDAV, iANUAUV H, .40120
FOR BIG YEAR
LAST NIGHT, WITH
OKHAKK IS EXPECTED.
'AnnlfoBl'HrnUou of tlio boy
scouts of Ilend Troop No, 1. took
place t U" Y. M. ,C. A. Monday
arid was' followed by discussion or
plans Tor the year. A number of the
scouts also took examinations for
higher ranks. Some, 10 members of
the troop failed to resistor, leavlug
n list of 28 names, but It Is expected
by Scoutmaster Purdy that this will
bo Increased to SO by spring.
Name of those who appeared to
register Mo'nday are glvon na fol
lows: Owl Patrol, Clalro Payne, leader:
Karl Corkott.-Arnold Johnson, Frank
Gosney, Charles Corkett, Lloyd Urn
nine. Edear Stadter. Hobert Koyes.
lllack near Patrol, Don Caldwell.
leader: John Logan, Itlchard Con-j
nam, VlucerU Clarno, Arthur Erlck-i
son, I.oman touu, lyio Anucxson, ;
Stewart Has, Wllfard Houston, Don
Sllrer Fqx Patrol, Edgar Stnnley,
leader; Darclay Mltcholl. Duucan
McKay, Milford Todd, Desmond
Woods, Morris Cram, David Green,
Harley Palmer, Gorrald Johnson,
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Easy to Walk Uptlde Down,
nccatise ho walks upside down as
well ns right side up the black and
whlte,warbler Is also frequently called
th black, and wklte creeper, says the
American "Forestry association of
Washington, which Is conducting the
national bird house building contest.
This bird has been called a symphony
In -black and -white becaaof the
beautiful manner In which these two
colors arc used over hl iMMly. Ills
head Is barred black and white, with
n white stripe over each eye; he bus
white bars on each wing and the
Inner 'webs of his outer tall feathers
arc white patched. This bird gets most
of his food' by pttherlng Injects and
crubs from the crevices In the bark of
trees, thu destroying pests which
might work injury to line trees.
Congressman Dan H. Anthony
Kansas, Is fighting tooth and nail
In tho House of Representatives
for tho passago of hU print paper
bill which would restrict largo
city dallies to 24 pages, dally and
which would eliminate the possi
bilities of suspension of from
2SQ0 to 6000 small rural papors
In tho United Htatos. Tho big
papain with unlimited ret o ureas
hoc tho print paper market, with
tho result that smaller dallies, trl,
semi and wcokly papors. aro ovary
day flailing It mora dimcult to g'
"."' Original "Brother Jonathan."
On tho twelfth of October In 1710,
Jonathan Trumbull' Was born at T.obn
rmn, Conn. Trumbull was the original
SUmthcr Jonathan." the sobriquet
tvhlch.ntjW time was widely .used
to person Ify'lhe United State,' He wn
n cliiso fiVnil of Washington and Ihe
jteenecoj jylepenitd greatly Usm his
ndvTie." In political nnd mlllyiry mat
ters Washington would often apis'tO
to Tranibiill. whom he calbil Hrotlir
Jonntban. The nmne bet-uino jkipiihir
with Washington's oillrers nml ihmlly
grew r ' ud tbrviishout the coun
try to peronlfy a topical American
-Tnimbull n IiJh distinguished career
wnMclcrg'ylu.tn lawyer, inerehnnt nnd
ptreriinr Oiuiiierilrut. He din! la
TT& In the town where he wu born.
In Tho Itullclln.
WE WOXDKIi WHERE HE LIVIXS.
' We wander whero Walt Mason
For sure, the dark days must bo his,
For Iledniond finds nil things are
Our sheds nre piled up full of wood,
The cellars filled with ull thats
To make us feel Just right,
Tho dallies reach us twice a day
They drop them at the "door.
With magazine tho- children play,
And pllo up on tho floor.
With toys nud candles every day
Until they usk no more,
The phone it rings we say hello
At Prlnevlllo or at Hand.
Whatever place wo wish to go,
Our travels never end.
Just mention where we wish to
To church, or dance or see tho show
Wq Jump right In tho waiting car
Tho dump us there with ono cherflop.
Our stock all nibbling at the hay,
There are tons piled in the mow,
Plenty of oats, rye, barley too
With mash to feed tho cow.
For everything wq ask Is hero
Tho sheep tho horse, tlio sow.
With chickens, turkey, ducks and
. , t geese.
So thick. ono can't wado through.
Whone're one nays they want u
Or dollar bill or two.
Just nay luw much you want this
It's handed out to you.
Tho smllo of thankfulness that
Dispells nil that Is. blue.
Wo think of CO yours ago,
While travelling through this plain.
Of building tines with (lint und
In sleet nud snow and rain.
Our ponies living on ihe grass.
Without one mouth of grain,
And now- thoro n nothing wo can
Of which wo need comntnln.
The mills lire, running up at Dend.
Tito uosi tutu can lin ntndo
Jf Walt could see the tliotiaiuul
'flint's coming down tlio crado
The many cheerful hands at work,
His smile would novel' fndo.
And thou Just sea thorn1 cut u log
llnroio you hut your eye,
His darker days, yes nil tho fog
Would clear his mental sky
He'd enll a dish of soup nud bout
Of pig nml Donna nud pie, .
W wonder whero Walt Mason
Where finds the clouds, nud why,
The Heyburn Hardware Company Wishes to
'announce that it has opened its
ON THE COHNEIt
"Wall and Minnesota Sts.
Owing to the recent heavy snows much of our
stock has been delayed enroute and we have'"'
been compelled to open with a short stock.
However, we will do everything possible to ac-'
como.date your needs in hardware.
We earnestly solicit your business on the basis
of quality merchandise service and fair prices! -
(Continued from Pago 1.)
$2642.67; Streets. $1509.76;
Health, $306.76: Election. m.2G;
printing. ?.H3,f!l; Miscellaneous,
$1290.G0: Sowers, JB0S.07: Camp
Ground, S4S2.GG; Garbage collec
tion. H74G.3S. Tho following bal
ances on tnc credit sine or tno led
ger were shown: City ' Engineer,
$213.37; Special tint fund. $$42.27:
Lights, $237.79: Telephone and
Postage $31.46; Cemetery, $146.59;
Special streot Improvements, $101 ..-
29; Special sower fund. $J06.41.
Sower INtlmatrs AxUcd.
The report of Flro chief Carton
gave $276S as tho total losses by
fire Insldo the city for 1019. with
$12.K00 as tho losses from fires
outside tho city limits, where calls
woro answered by tho Dend Volun
teer flro department. In connec
tion with tho flro question. Coun
cllinan McPherson pointed out tho
need of additional hoso which
would stand tho pressure of the new4
city pumper. Chief Carton esti
mates that aproxlninlely 1000 foot
would bo needed, nnd Mayor Eastes
wns nuthorUed to purchase the. re
On thu request of. City Attorney
Ilenson. ordinances amending tho ex
isting vagrancy and disorderly con
duct luws, making' sTrfcTer provi
sions, ami maxing conricumi uium'i,
were passed under' ', emergency
Following tho suggestion of Coun
cllmau Khodos, Mayor Easles In
structed City Engineer Gould to have
plans nnd estimates ready for sower
construction nnd street Improve-
niniits by February 1. so that ar
rangements can be tnado for financ
ing. Tho mnttor of tho construction
of the now footbridge iicroitH tho
Deschutos was a bo taken up, but
wns referred back o the streets com
mittee, and tho city engineer, with
recommendations for Immedlnto ac
tion. In commenting on tho work of tho
paBt year. Mayor Kates spoko ap
provingly of the work done under tho
commltteo system, nnd mentioned
tho need for n sanitation campaign
as his only recommendation for this
year. Ho reappointed all committees
and all city oniclala with tho except
ion of the pouudmastex, this posi
tion being left open for tho time being.
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Wintering Stock Pasture and
feed for winter. Wrllo or phono P.
A. Dovers & Son, Tumnlo, Oregon
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of .the Arnold Initiation
Company will o hold on January 10.
1920 at 2 p. in. In tho Circuit court
HJ gilAULES SIPCIIKN'.
February, 1920, und If you full to
answer, tho Plaintiff will tnka Judg
ment against you for tho relief do
innhdod In hln complaint lurotu,
which relief consists of uxclutlliiR you
and each of you from n4l Interest
In nud to the following described
real estato situated In Deschutes
County, Oregon, lo-wlt: beginning ut,
a point In the. North boundary Una
of section thirty-two (32), towushltr.
seventeen (17). south of runco (I'D,
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ten hundred.seventytwo-(J072) fe-t t?.,A' hT: uJ I
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WANTED Cattle to winter. Hin P.
A. Doxeis & Hon. Tunmlo, Oregon,
2,000, eight and nine
Inqulro A. L. Moore,
330, tlciphon 41M3.
amI a 9 B I t ii a I i, n ut HftnH 4 a I i
t-ai ui inn iiuuunuoi tuimn w n,.i i . . nlloll,
aectlon: thenca south two hundred 'CJ?!" ,"," ou.
eight nnd seventh-tenths (208i7)
feet: thonco west two hundred eight
thonco north two hundred e.lght nnd '01t BALE or TnA)K -Irrigated
soveu-tonths (208.7) feet to tho' farm about 3 1-2 miles from town,
north boundary lino of said auction; i "w. modern bungalow, larga barn,
thonco east nlong said boundary llne.RWrknn "' rogo, e c Will con
two hundred eight and oYwtenthii'-lir trnd for good clly resldonco
(208.7) feet, to tho point of begin- Propwrty l 'nnd. Health compels
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This summons k'ordercd to bo sor- IMillotln onice If Interested. 49
ved upon you by publication thereof ""P
In tho weekly Ucnd Hullctln. a week- FOIt BALE Wo havo Just purchased
ly nowspaper published In Deschutes tho llanett nnd Ice saw mill out
County, Oregon by order of tho Hon-' "ear Fremont, we do not need tho
orahlo W. 1. llarncs. Judge of tho saw rig. and will ofTer same for snle.
County Court of said Deschutes This Is n Kusittll mill, complete, nl-
County, said ordtvr belrtg inado and ; ready for lliu;po.wnr, has 58 Inch saw, ltnr m
entered on January 7.,lti2l. dale of top rig, ami Is pructlrally us goodn,0 i (l
1st nub cat on. Jnauary . 1920. n new naving oniy snweu auoui
FOIt BALK liy owner l n bargain
fhnvroli't 400. Call 4F12 or
wrllo box 07, I lend Oii'Kon. 13-
FOIt KALE If Its baignlii for cash
you am looking for heller see ur
write Edwin J. Ilor.orn about that
120 acres of potatoes nnd alfalfa
land.- Edwin J, Hogers, Tumulo,
FOH BALE Alfalfa hn, 480 loim
at $20 a ton. Komu pasture will
no with It at this price. Address,
J II. Miner, Ucnd, Ore. 70-3 ttf
I.OHT AND FOUND.
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TAKEN I'P- On December 14, yeur
,llu; steer, rod and whlto spotted,
swallow fork In left ear, under hit
In right. Ilntuded bur on loft hip,
Owner may have same by paying
charges - Edwin Miller, t miles east
of Grlltlu bridge on llund-Ilurn road.
TAKEN UP Came to my place Sep
tember I. rnnit bull calf, hole, lit
right car, no brand visible. Owner
can havu miinn by paying charges.
W. T E. Wilson, Bisters, Oregon.
nTUAVKD llnlsleln 2. year old
he.lfor. branded C43 on right ribs,
"Juniper Hunch," Alfalfa.
Hod Durham cow branded 513
Dated? lifts" 8t IQIiur of
Attorney for PlalntllT.
nn fit-Ill rlh. nnr rrnm(iil. Flmliir
300.000 feet of liliubej. Will bo sold lm,lfv . Harris. Ilox 670. Iloiul.
lit a very good price, with ler;ns to Oregon - 25-45-46p.
responslblo parly. AjldramK J. .N. STUAYED 1 white maro weight
Maston, Luinbnr Co. La Pino. ,,(,00 pounds, white eyes, wire cut
53-15-ISc ft front fool, 110 brand visible, Is
FOIt SALE Thoroughbred Khlio now on Long llntlo ranch. Owncx
Btullloii. Albert .Mooro & Hous, can hnvo samo by paying for keeping
45-&OC) Madruri. OroKon.
r2-4 5p i nnd advert Iseiuent
IN THE CIItCUIT COPIIT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOH DE
THOMAS WILLIAM TODD, )
THE LYTLK TOWN8ITK CO. n)
corporation: WILLIAM J.)
McOILLVHAY, IVAN V, Mc-)
GILLVItAY. J. It. nilOCK.)
THE KNOWN HEIIt OF)'
JACKIE H. IlUOaiC. deceus-)
ed. J. E. MBYHICK, SAM)
8WAN8ON. LULU JUDD.)
GEOIIOE VITTS. MAIK1A-)
UET POMAINVILLE, THE)
KNOWN HEIRS OF TOIL)
KIL 8WAN8ON, deceased.)
Also all otlior persons' or)
parties unknown clnlminK)
nny right, title, ostato, lor('V
or Interest In tho real estate)
described in tho complaint)
horoln, " ) '
To William J. McGlllvray, J. B.
Meyrlck, 8am Swanson, Lulu Judd,
George Vltts, Margaret Pomalnvllle,
tho known heirs of Torkll Swanson,
decoased; ulso all other persons or
parties unknown claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or Interest in the
real estate described lujlhe compliant
horoln, defondunts above named:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OHEjGON: you aro hereby requir
ed to appear and answer tlm com.
iPlaJnt of the Plaintiff' fle4 against
you in the ubove outltled .suit, on or
betoro Saturday, the 21st day of
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