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flKNI) BULLETIN, UHND, OREGON THUIWIMY, MARCH 2.1, lOltO
TERM IS BRIEF
That (hu appointment iiiiiilij by
(Joviiriior Olcott (u till thu vncniicy
loft by tho ruMituatlnii of County
'Judge Ilarnun, upimroiitly rovorn mily
a wry brief turin of otllco, In Indl
ontml In (ho wiinlliiK of (ho com iiiIh-
hIoii received by It. W, Sawyer, rtuc-
coHHor (o Jiidgu llarum, In which (ho
appointment In iiiiiilo up to thu next
general oloctloiiH, ,
Tills Iri tiikcii to ninnn tlmt (ho
olllco Ih oiio for whlph rnndldnton
iniiy seek nomination In (ho comliii:
AFTER 36 YEARS
Two brolborri who hnil tint neon
ouch othnr for 36 yearn, hold n lirlof
reunion hint week which terminated
hint night when William Tnggart of
Hoattln, mill J, F. Tnggnit of Bond,
parted nt (ho Oregon Triinlc depot.
BRICK BUILDINOS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
"Dio brotlioiH hud hint boon to
golhor In Norlhtirn Wlnconsln, Hlnco
tlmt tlmo, Mr, William Taggnrt linn
lived In iiutiiy piirlH of (ho went, mid
miont Huviinil yourri In Alaska and
Hlbnrlii. Whon ho loft Wudnnndny
iiIkIK, It wim (o join hlii motlior at
Long Ranch, California.
INTEREST IX HHOKTHORNH
CoiiNldorablu Intoroift Is manlfoHl
In (ho northorn und of thu county, ac
cording to It, A, Ward, In (ho pur
chiuio of purohiod Hhorthorii cattlo.
ItiinchorM In the, vicinity of Lower
HrlilKu mid Torrobonuu oxpoct tioou
to mnku luvontmoiits.
l'ul II in Tho Bulletin.
yl n: ; U
VV 1ICII O JWKJlllg III
(Cnntliiiiour"rrouT 1'ago 2.)
Mr nud Mrs. fl. I). Mustard who
ljft Intro mmrly thri'o iiioutliH ago to
vInIi relative In Virginia hnvo r-
The Cordon lid is uol
n wartime measure its
the universal measure of
a good hat.
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
3RICK & LUMBER CO.
turned, Thoy worn over duo (o re
turn and neighbors began to think
(hat thoy might, ono or both of thorn
ho III. but thoy report that thoy woro
caught In a touall pox (jtiaranllno and
woro uiiablu (o communicate with
homo. Fortunately noltlnjr of (horn
took (ho dlseaso. Thoy roport a vory
enjoyable trip, but aro vory Kind to
bo at homo In Control Orogou onco
Mr. and MrH. Ora Fouler and chll
dron visited with Mr. Fosters' par
untH, Mr, and Mm, OhIoiiIo In Hod
Air. and MrH, Mauford Nyo Imvo
boon at tbulr Bear creak ronch for
a cotiplu of weeks, but Imvo return
ud to I'owoll Ilutto again.
Tho athlutlo entertainment tlmt
wan to have, boon kIvoii at Com in un
ity Hall, Wednesday, March 3, Ih
called off, oh tho directors of tho hall
voted to not allow tho hall to bo used
for (bat purpoHO.
Mr, and MrH. J. A. Rlggn woro lu
Mrn, Arthur Wurzwollor wan nhop
pliig lu I'llnovllli! Monday,
Mr. Arthur Wunwejlur and
daughter Maxlnu, vlnKcd with Mlns
Kdlth Bales at Tiimuld a part of Imit
Mell oiir poultry (lirotiKh llullctln
IS WELL ATTENDED
TERREBONNE, March 25. A
number of prominent Terrabouno
farmers attiuidcd tho Irrigation meet
ing at Redmond last Friday and
heard tho roport of tho lawyers on
Mr. K. L. Wester threshed out a
quantity of alslko clover need tho
first of UiIh wek, Tho yield wan
vory good under tho circumstances,
an tho pant wjt neaBon made part of
tho wed too wot to hull. Mr Wester
believes that Dcnchutcn county In an
Ideal locality for tho raining of clo
Mr. Amulhi Terrell died nt hor
homo near Tcrrubonno Saturday eve
ning and hor funeral wan held nt
Terrobpnno. Monday afternoon. Tho
Terrell havo lived In nnd nbout thin
nccdon for a number of yearn nnd
there ore many friend who will feel
Three cm-load of need potatoes,
for tho Hosklns place, reached hero
Principal Irvine, of the Itcdmond
Union high school, vlnltcd tho Terre
bonne nchool lant week, bringing
with him Mr. Ilogan and tho proof
"A new note
we've struck it"
NO "sharps," no "flats," but my!
how Chesterfields "Satiifyl"
A delightful selection of, fine Turk
isli and Domestic tobaccos, harmo
niously blended in an entirely new
ftitd exclusive way.
The blend is based on our private
formula the outcome of many years
of experiment. And the final result
has justified the time and money
spent. For certainly, Chesterfields
But don't take our word for it.
Smoke Chesterfield today and find
out for yourself.
Tho special, moisture-proof package
keeps Chesterfields firm and fresh.
of tho pIcturcH taken March 12, for
tho high school annual,
Tho Ladlon I'loncor club gavo an
antortnlnniont on March 17. In honor
or Ht, I'a'rlckH day. A dullghlful
lunch wan nerved by tho hontciuicH,
Mondaincs Ulmp, Bnapp, Hamilton,
lunkur, Davidson and McClay.
Thoru havo boon vaguo rumors
that a portion of Torrebonno Ih (o bo
mippllt'd wKh electric light power
from tho Hlmcn plant,
PROGRAM GIVEN BY
HEDMONI), March 2C Mr. V.
W. Halkor and rod Donald of Van
couver, Oregon, aro vfoltlug at tho
liomo of Mr. and Mr. Karl Ilutlor.
Mr. Itoger Doty loft Haturduy live
ning for Portland on a buHlnaK trip.
Tho high nchool OIo club gavo a
very miccennful concert at the I'owoll
llutlo community hall lant .Friday
Mrn. Henry "Young'n mother who
Iiiih been 111 for Hometlme In now itblo
to return to liar home at I'owoll
Paul Loreo of Mend who linn been
very 111 In now npcndlng a few -weeks
at tho uedlier homo.
Mr. nnd Mr. Wagner will noon
tuke, charge of Itov. Cabcen'n farm
W. T. Mtillarkcy county awiowsor
spent tho week end In Iledmond.
T. Ii. Pursley, who sold hln farm
west of (own to II. C. Doty hud a
nalo. which wan very nucccnnful.
P. M. Nash former principal of the
Itcdmond t'nlon high nchool Ih now
In chnrgo of the, Union high nchool
at Crawfordsvllle, Orogon.
Wllllnm and Joe Iiuckley'n mother
of Bpoknno arrived here from Spo
kano Hundny and will make thin her
Curtl Wright met with n very
painful accident while, playing at tho
htock yard his linger wan caught 'in
t nwlng gate and cut o badly that
several ntltches had to be taken.
Tho ludlen of tho M. E. church en
tertained tho young people nt a
luncheon Tuedny opening
Mrn. Dcebee, proprietor of the
Huny IJeo cafo ban two daughtcrn
visiting her from Portland, Oregon.
NEWS ITEMS FROM
Mr. Sijni Merrill wan hauling hay
from Dry Lake last week.
Mr. It. A. Amnions and Tom Hen
son wero In Prlncvillo last week at
Tom and Hugh Watson and Mrs.
Hasn were In Ilend Monday -hopping,
and stopped on their return at Mr.
nnd Mrn. Ell Wilson's for uppor.
Mr. Charlie Wheeler who sold his
cattle and ranch last year nnd went
to Cnnnda, tins come back to buy
a ranch In Oregon.
Mr. Fisher Logan went to Prlnc
vlllci Monday to attend court.
PLAN BOX SOCIAL
AT HOECH SCHOOL
CHANGE HALL, March 25. Mr.
O. Dahlo. F. Itoynolds. O. ErlckBen
nnd families wero Saturday shoppers
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Helgeson called
at the J. Pcderson home Sunday eve
C. M. Rasmussen was an early
Monday morning culler nt thu Julius
Many In this district aro preparing
to attend the box social nt the Hooch
school Friday night. March 20.
O. Swanson is cultivating his large
Hold preparatory to sowing alfalfa.
Chas.fWIlllamBon nnd J. W. Smith
will farm potntoeH together this com
Katharine Helgeson an Ellznbeth
Itoynolds visited with Violet Holt
The Lndlo. Aid will me.et with Mrs.
Fred Hettmnn Thursday afternoon.
C. Williamson Is Retting much of
his sod turned ovor (his sprlilg. From
all appearances ho expects to put In
It. Chaso went to Alfulfa on busi
Mrs. Dickey visited ut tho sschool
L. C. Young was sowing Biilphur
George Erlckson sold umuuIo last
weok to C. Wlmor.
Mrs Jncksbn Is vory poorly with
an attack of heart trouble.
Warning to Mothers
Mothors should boo that tho whole family taka a thoro, purifying
systom cleansing Fir-Ik this sprlug. NOW IS THE TLMB. Tho family
will be healthier, happlor, and get along hotter it tho blood is given n
thoro purifying, tho stomach and bowols clennod out, and tho germs of
winter accumulated In tho system, driven away. HOLUSTKH'S HOOKY
MOUNTAIN TEA is one ot the vory best nnd surest spring medicines to
take. Got It nnd soo the dlffere,nco n the whole family. Tholr color
will bo bolter, thoy'll feel flno and bo well and happy. OWL PHARMACY.
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lntb, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sumlwd S.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
Mrn Frank Whlttomnn called at V. O. Fordham, Arthur Wotora,
Mrn. Chan, Wllllamnon'n Friday after- Ocorgo Uogue, nil of Ln Pine, Ore
Dorothy and Edward Young aro on JAS F. MJHOE8B,
tho nick lint, iWlntor.
Mr. und Mrn. C. M. ItasmiiMon
called nt tho L. C. Young ranch Hun
In tho County Court of the stato
of Oregon, for Deschutes county.
In tho matter of tho guardian
ship of Alberta Landkammor, a
Notlco in hereby given that pur
suant to tho license and ordor of
thlH court, dated January 21, 1920.
tho undersigned will, from and
after Friday, April 1G, 1920, pro
ceed to noil at private sale for cash
all tho interest of tho abovo named
minor In and to tho following de
scribed real estate, situated In Dcx
chutcs county, Oregon, to-wlt: An
undivided onc-clghth intorest In Lot
17 of Block C. of Lytic, an addi
tion to Ilcnil, according to tho re
corded plat thereof.
As Guardian of the Person and
Entatc of Alberta Landkammcr, a
Dated thin 18th day of March,
NOTICE FOIt PUIJLICATION.
Department of tlic Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE nt Lakevlcw,
Oregon. March 12, 1920.
NOTICE In hereby given that Em
erson F. Stockwell, whoso post offlco
address la Ilend, Oregon, did on the
Hth day of July, 1919, file in this
ofDco Sworn Statement and Applica
tion, No. 011103, to purchase tho
SW'i NEtf. section 27, township
22 8., rango 15 E. Willamette Mer
idian, and tho timber thereon, under
tho provisions of tho net of June 3,
1878, und acts amendatory, known
n the "Timber and Stone, Law," at
such value as might be fixed by ap
praisement, nnd that, pursuant to
such application, the land and timber
thereon havo been appraised, One
Hundre1, Twenty-eight dollars tho
timber estimated 110 M. board feet
at .80 per M. and the land $40.00:
that said applicant will offer final
proof In support of his application
and sworn statement o the 22nd day
of May, 1920, before H. C. Ellis. U.
S. Commissioner, at Uend, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purcbaso before entry, or Initiate
a contest at nny tlmo before patent
Issues, by filing n corroborated affi
davit in this oRlce, alleging facts
which would defeat tho entry.
JAS F. BUHGESS
CALL FOE REGISTERED GENER
AL FUND WARRANTS.
Notice Is hereby given that regis
tered warrants No. 465 to (Ml Inclu
sive drawn on tho General Fund are
called for payment on March 19,
1920, nnd nro payable at the County
Treasurer's office, Bend, Oregon.
Interest on theso warrants stops on
nnd nfter Mnrch 19, 1920.
CLYDE M. McKAY,
Treasurer. Deschutes County.
NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lakevlow,
Oregon. March 12, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby given (hat
Harry W. Healoy, of La Pine, Ore
gon, who, on April 24. 1915. made
homestead entry, No. 08598, for NW
U, section 5, township 22 S. rango
11 E., Willametto Meridian, 1ms tiled
notice ot Intention to make final
three-year proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, before
E. L. Clark, U. S. Commissioner, at
La Pino, Oregon, ou tho 20th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. II. Seeley. ot Bend. Oregon;
FOR' SALE BY ?'
The Owl Pharmacy "
NOTICE POi; PUBLICATION.
Department, ot tho Interior.
V S. LAND OFFICE nt Lnkovlow,
Oregon, January 29, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Jnmen Morrison, of Bend, Ocrgon,
who, on July 27. 191 1, mado home
stead entry, No. 09385, for B4 NW
A; NB'4 nnd N4 8E4 of, section
2.1. township 22 South of rango IS.
East of the Willametto Meridian, han
filed notice of Intention to mako
(hrco year final proof, (o establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore II. C. Ellis, U. S. Land Com
missioner, nt Ilend. Oregon, on tho
17th day of April, 1920.
Claimant names as wltncnscs:
Charles If. Haines, Roscoc N. Palm
crlon. Clarence W, Nelson, All of
Bend, Oregon; and Patrick If. Cof
fey, of Brothers, Oregon.
JAS F. BURGESS,
Publish in five conseeutivo weekn
in Bend Bulletin, Bend, Oregon.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of the Interior.
February 12, 1920.
To Thomas II. Hunna of unknown
iou are hereby notified thnt Justin
R. Postle who gives Box 580, Bend,
Oregon, as his post-office address, did
on January 17, 1920, file, In this of
fice his duly corroborated applica
tion to contest and secure the cancel
lation of your homestead entry, ser
ial No. 0736C made April 3, 1914,
for East half, section 22, township
22 S. range 17 E. Willamette, Mer
idian, and as grounds for his con
test he alleges -that Thomas II.
Hanna filed his said entry more than
flvo years prior to the date hereof,
and never made or established resi
dence on said land or improved tho
samo in any way, and has never re
sided thereon, nnd has wholly aban
doned said entry from the date there
of, and that said absence from tho
land was not due to tho ejitryman's
employment in tho mllltarv nr ni
organisations of tho United States or
me .National uuara ot uny of tho
You arc. therefore, . further notl
fled that tho said allegations will bo
taken as confessed, and your said en
try will bo canceled without further
right to be heard, cither before this
office or on appeal. If you fail to file ,
in this office within twenty days after
the Fourth nubllrntlnn nf this nnll
as Shown below, vnnr nm,r tinrioc
oath, specifically responding to theso
allegations or contest, together with
due DrOOf that von hnvn snul a
copy of your answer on the said con-
i sium euncr in person or by regis-
YOU Should statu In Tnnr anatv
the name of tho post offlco to which
you desire futuro notices to be sent
JAS F. BURGESS,
Dated of first nuhllrntlnn Polir,,.
ary 26, 1920; date of second publica
tion. March 4. 1920: il.itn nt tMr.l
publication. March 11, 1920: data
oi lounn puoncation, March 18,
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ped; wattle right hind leg.
B. L. TONE, Sisters, Ore.
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