The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 07, 1920, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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SIX HEREFORDS
ARE RECEIVED
Klx of tin) llnonl Hereford bulls for
tholr mte. ovur brought Into Deschutes
county arrived In Bond Friday from
tho Illocltlund Bros, lionl of Lu
(Irandn for tlio First National Bank,
Two of lliu bulls Imvu boon deliver
nil (o ISviiiir & Kooyniiui, of Mllllcnn
mill olio to Spencer ft Ron of Mllllrnn
Tlio rwiiiiliiliii; ImiIIh of tho lionl will
lio distributed In tlin county lit nn
jt foolc
J V-xtom
For fifty years this firm has been aiming to
make the best shoes for men that could be
bought. For a good many years Buckhecht
Shoes have been fulfilling this ambition of
their makers. "Extra service every step
comfort every minute" always in Buck
hecht Shoes.
BUCKHECHT
SHOES
BucjciinciiT Shoes for
you for active men
in all walks of life are
sold in a variety of 6tylcs
and leathers from $8 to
12 by principal choc
dealers in the West.
If m$t iitJ tjjtur tftshr, iJ kit nmmt anJttur trdir tt
(7.11)
BUCKINGHAM (t HKCHT, MANUFACTURERS, SAN FRANCISCO
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
lloomi 13-16 First National
Dank Did. Tel. 611
(Dr. Cm') Form OMw.)
II. U. IfeArmoflit Cbu. V. Kr.Un.
DcArmond & Erskinc
ii a w y i: n h
O'Knno Building, Ucnd, Oregon
II. 0. L L 1 8
Attoraeyst-Lw
United States CoinmUtlnner
Flrit Natloual Dank Ilulldlng
BEND, OREGON
DR. A. LESSING
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Ilond Press Uldg.
IIBNO, OREGON
Plionca: Offlco Ilod 41; Itoa. 123
Dr. L. W. Gatchell
OftHKlritt ud
Mawtfaclwiig 0Uciu
Complete Lent Gcindieg Plutt in con
ntction wilh my offlca tt
LARSON L CO.. Jeweler.
143 Oregon tfitel, Dead, Oregon
BRICK vs.
BRICK BUILDINOS IN BEND OTHER BU1LD1NGS--
VALUE ABOUT VALUE ABOUT
$500,000 $2,000,000
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
NONE $100,000
guild with BEND
curly (Into,
TIh'mj bulls uvoniKO between MOO
nnd lfiOO pounds, arcs 22 months old
and wero pureliiiNod by 0, L. Kvuiin,
who lopi'tyiontotl tlio Ilund bank nt
tlio rocont ISloclclnnd nnlo In Ln
(Iiiiiiilit. Tlio bulls nro of tlio iobo
milr nnd Bonn Doiiuld Htrnln,
Ono of Many lii'lli'id.
MIkh Ilono Florlcn, 209 Hawkins
Avo., N. Hrnddnck, l'u., writes! "I
hud u cold In my chest and fining It
would can no iinutimonla 1 trlud
Foley's Ilonay unci Tiir und It was
not Ioiik till 1 felt rollovod." Many
such loiters linvo boon written about
this llmo-tik'd, rcjlnblo family mcdl
cine. Hold Everywhere. Adv,
Tut It In Tlio Bulletin.
ears
tomake this SHOE
JKVT! ZJHv
Phono Black 1X1
LEE A. THOMAH, A. A. IA.
Architect
2-4 O'Kano Building
dbnd ... onsaoN
0. P. NIBWONOER, Hand, Ore.
UNDERTAKER
Licensed Kuibalmcr, Funeral
Director.
Phono Red 421. Lady Awt.
DH. II. D. BTOWELL
Naprapathlc Physician
Orr Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Btrctit . Houra to I
Phoae Red 4 Ms
DR. TURNER
EYE SPECIALIST
Permanently Located In Uend
with New Equlpmont
Prlvata Offlco In Thorsou's
Jewelry Store
Dr. Tumor will bo In Prlne
vllle every first nnd third Fri
day; In Madras every second
and fourth Friday, nnd In Red
mond OTcry first and third
Thursday of each month.
Read the Classified Ads,
OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK & LUMBER CO.
FIRST MARKET
ROAD TO START
FINISH SURVEY FROM
BEND TO HATCHERY
Gravel Will Ho Used In Hiii-fntln.
finder Not Best Adapted for
I'miiuuent. Const rut-linn,
Hays HtchbltiN.
With surveys complolod, nnd
plnnn and specifications now being
prepared, everything will bo ready
within a few days to Marl actual
construction work on Deschutes
county'n first tnnrkot rand, District
Highway Engineer HlebblnH nn
tiounc.'d Tuesday. Tlio road Is the
ouo from Iloml to tlio Tiimulo fish
hntchnry and computations nro now
being mndo on tlio basis of cngl
ncorlnK data secured in tlio con r ho
of tlio survey just complutcd.
Tho new location, Mr. Btobblnit
explains, follows, In the main, the
lino of the old road, taklriK advun
(iiku us much us posslblo of what
ever roadbed of a permanent nature
Is already In existence Construe
lion work, Mr. Htebblns states, will
bo (trading and graveling. In this,
a new deptirttiro In county road
work Is noted, for every effort will
bo made to avoid tho use of clndors
In tho future, excepting on feeder
roads. It has bucn demonstrated.
Mr. Stcbblns declares, that cinder
surfacing cunnot bo ropnlrcd, and
gravel will hereafter b considered
as tho standard (or road construe-
Tho Central Oregon highway will
bo next In lino after tho hatchery
road Is under way.
Within a fow days work will bo
resumed on tho cindering of tho
south highway, and In 10 days It Is
expected thnl tho work can bo com
pleted to the Allen lane. On the
La Pino highway, a now experi
ment Is to bo tried In tho uso of
gravel as a covering for tlio cinders,
which clsowhora on tho highway
constitute tho final surface It is
hoped that this may aid In binding
tho layer of clndors.
PARENTS INVITED
TO ATTEND SCHOOL
Unutuul Kxhlblt of Children's Work
Ii Prepared li Pupils at Ken
wood HulldlnR.
In order that they may gain a
comprchcnslvo Idca.of tho work be
Ing dona by their children, a spe
cial Invitation is extended to par
ents of pupils in tho Kenwood
school to bo present at tho grade
building on Frldny, Parents' day.
Thoso who attend will havo tho
opportunity of seeing an Inusual ex
hibit of children's handiwork, which
Is now on display in tho school
auditorium.
Tlilu Includes specimens of cro
cheting dona by sixth grade girls;
toys and bird houses mado by boys
of tho samo grndo; maps and draw
ings bused on studios in physiology,
reading and art, and specimens of
writing from all the grades. Sto
ries, poems, examination and spell
ing papors ara also shown and a
variety of work turned out by tho
tots In tho primary grades.
E. E. BUTLER NAMED
ON ROAD COMMITTEE
Ittvtlricnt of (iinngo Hull Section to
Represent District Candldato
for Commissioner.
Resldont of Orange Hall section to
ropresont district, Is candidate for
county commissioner.
Bottlers living in tho Orange Hall
district last Wednesday ejected E, B.
llutlor as tholr roprosontatlvo on tho
county commltteo for tho cousldern-
tlon of a road program decided upon
nt (bo meeting called by tho Und
commercial club last Friday, Mr,
llutlor Is also bolii;; urged by tho
pooplo of that section to becomo n
candldato for county commissioner
on the, Republican ticket and nomin
ation papers nro now belriK circu
lated.
INTEREST SHOWN IN
RED CROSS COURSE
With 30 students, several of them
from outsldo the city, enrolled, tho
social study coiirsu being conducted
by Miss Catherine Kwlng, Red Cross
worker from division headquarters
in Seattle, Is being keenly appreci
ated, Mrs V. A. Forties', homo service
secretary statos. Problems of Inter
est to the people of tho community,
are being tuken up, with tho purpose
of achieving n definite soclnl better
mont. lEESafSf3Sf5afaS32SES!35
What's Doing in
the Country.
l5BnPPPI?.7!Bg.gir?KigJPgEgg&)
POWKLL IlL'TTK.
(Continued from Pago 2.)
plainly heard, and It Is known that
many of them are still here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Rlggs left Fri
day night of last week for Urowns
vllle, where Mr. Rlggs aged parents
live. Ills father Is In very poor
health and wants to co his son
Tholr stny is Indefinite.
Mr. und Mrs. Ilcrt Reynolds are
moving to tholr Powell Uutto ranch
this week
Frnnk Foster has installed a Dolco
lighting system nt his ranch home
bore.
Nels Larson was over from Hat
Rock recently, after hay from this
vicinity.
It hus been suggested that Powell
Hutto name n man for county com
missioner Thcreforo, at a rejeent
meeting at Community hall a voto
was tnken hoping thereby to agree
on a name. J A. Rlggs recclved.19;
Trusedalc, IS, George WclIs.O; G ro
ver Price, B. Mr. Rlggs, however
positively declines to bo n candidate,
und tho mnttcr is still "up in tho
air."
4 Mrs. QIadys Stout and Mr. noyd
Stuart arrived last week from Fort
Yates. North Dakota, to make an
xtended visit to their brother E.
H. Stewart of Powell Ilutte.
The following named gentlemen
bought shares In tho Powell Outto
Co-operative Association recently
Qreen Heard, George Whltsett, J
Arthur Mllncr. James Mofflt, George
Wells, and County Judge N. G. Wal
lace i
The names of the election board
for Powell Butte precinct for tho en
suing two years are Herman Allen
C. L. Worrell. Judges. C. M. Charl
ton, J. L. Gibson, nnd George Hoobbs,
clerk, ,
Mr. and Mrs, James Lcnnon have
sold their ranch hero at Powell
Ilutte, and will move to Rejlmond
this week. They will occupy the
house lately vueated by Bert Rey
nolds nnd family. Wo understand
tho sale prlco was 111,000, but have
not learned tho nnmo of tho pur
chaser. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo C. Truesdalo
and llttlo daughters, Dorothy and
Catherine wero guests of t'lelr
daughtor and husband. Mr. nnr Mrs.
Rol Powcl, In Prlnevillc, Easter Sun
day.
Mr. anr Mrs. Arthur Wurzweller
and daughtor, Maxlno, spent Easter
Sunday In Prlnevllle the guests of
friends,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Whltsett nnd
children, attended Easter servlco In
Redmond Sunday nnd wero guests
of tho Wnllaco Smiths for tho re
mainder of tho day.
Four chalra at your service at thf
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE.
CALL FOR REGISTERED COUNTY
ROAD FUND WARRANTS.
Notice la hereby given that all war
rants registered and drawn on tho
road fund from number 911 to 1053
inclusive ara called for payment on
April 2, 1920, and aro payable at the
County Treasurer's offlce, Bond, Ori
gan, Interest stops on and after nbovo
date.
CLYDE M. McKAY,
Troasuror Deschutes County.
Go
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber
Company
Lumber, Lnth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol Siodrd Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMI1ER CO.
TANLAC
NOTICE OF HALK II V GLMltDIA.V.
IN TUB COUNTY COURT OF TUB
STATE OF ORB0O.4, FOR DE
SCHUTES COUNTY.
LV THE MATTER OF THE)
GUARDIANSHIP OF THE)
PERSONS AND ESTATES)
OF EDDIE RROSTERIIOUS)
AND MARIE BR08TBRHOU8.)
Minors. )
Under authority of an order and
llfonse granted by tho County Court
of Deschutes County, Oregon, dated
Mnrch 2G, 1920, I, tho undersigned,
guardian of tho person and estate of
Eddie Brosterhous, a minor, will sell
at private salo tho following describ
ed real property, located In Deschutes
County, Oregon, to-wlt:
Tho undivided one-half Interest of
Eddlo nrosterhous, a minor. In the
following proporty:
Lot 1, Block S, of Deschutes, (now
within Rend; Lot 2, Block S or Des
chutes, (now within Bend); Lot 7,
Block r of Dcschutw, (now within
Bend); Lot 8, Block C of Deschutes,
(now within Bend).
Tlio undivided one-fourth interest
of Eddie Brosterhous, n minor, in the
following property:
Lot 13, In Block 27 of Bend; Lot
if in Block 27 of Bend.
The salo will be. made on or after
Friday. April 30, 1920, and bids will
bo received at tho offlco of R. 8. Ham
ilton, In First National Bank build
ing, Bend, Deschutes County, Oregon,
up to noon upon April 30, 1920.
Tho terms of salo are: At least
ten p-rcont (10 percent) of the sum
bid must accompany the bid; forty
percent (40 percent) shall bo paid
at tho tlmo of tho confirmation of
salo and the balance within ono year
after tho date of sale; unpaid bal
ances to be secured by first mortgage
upon the property sold, and to bear
Interest at tho rate of eight percent
(8 percent) per nnnum.
Dated at Bend, Oregon, March 2G,
1920.
ANNA BROSTERHOUS,
Guardian of the person and estate
ttf Eddlo Brosterhous, a minor.
4-9c
NOTICE
In tho County Court of tho stato
Oregon, for Deschutes county.
of
In the matter of the guardian
ship of Alberta Landkammcr, a
minor.
Notlco Is hereby given that pur
suant to the licenso and order of
this court, dated January 24, 1920,
tho undersigned will, from and
after Friday, April 1C, 1920, pro-i
cceu to sen at private salo for cash
all the Interest of tho above named
minor in ana o mo louowing oe- a8 an cstray, and a sale thereof waa
scribed real estate, situated In Des-I ordered to be held at the above tlmo
chutes county. Oregon, to-wlt: An I and place by the Hon J. A. Eaates,
undivided one-eighth interest in Lot .justice of the Peace.
17 of Block C, of Lytlo. an nddl- said animal will bo offered for
tlon to Bend, according to tho re- salo for cash, to the highest bidder,
corded plat thereof. to satisfy the damages sustained by
ANNA BOARDMAN, ' us, the costs of keeping, and all ox
As Guardian of tho Person and penses incurred, including tho fees oC
Estate of Alberta Landkammcr, n the, justice of the peace, costs nnd
Minor. . , advertising and such other costs and
Dnted this lsth day of Mnrcu,
1920.
3-6c
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lakevlew,
Oregon. March 12. 1920.
NOTICE is hereby given that Em
erson F. Stockwell, whoso post offlco
address Is Bend, Oregon, did on tbo
14th day of July, 1919, fllo In thls(
offlco Sworn Statement and Appllca-;
tlon. No. 011103, to purchase tho,
SWU NEU. section 27, township!
22 S range 15 E. Willamette Mer-J
laian, ana tno iimoer tnereon, unuer,
tho provisions of tho net of Juno 3,,
1878, and nets amendatory. Known
nown
y ap-
t to
as tho "Timber nnd Stone, Law
such value as might bo llxcd by
nrnleement. nnd that, pursuant
such application, tho land and timber
thereon havo been appraised, One
Hundred, Twenty-eight dollars' tho
timber estimated 110 M. board feet
at .80 per M, and tho land $40.00:
that said applicant will offer final
proof In support of his application
and sworn statement on tho 22nd day
of May, 1920, beforo H. C. Ellis, U.
S. Commissioner, nt Bend, Oregon.
Any parson Is nt liberty to protest
this purchasa boforo ontry, or initiate ,
a contest nt any time beforo patent
Issues, by filing n corroborated afll-'
davit in this offlce, alleging facts
which would dofoat the entry.
JAS F, BURGESS,
Register.
3-llc
NOTICE FOR PUIILICATION.
Department of tho Interior,
U. S. LAND "OFFICE at Lakovlow,
Oregon. March 12, 1920.
NOTICE Is horoby given that
Harry W. Healoy, of Ln Pine, Ore-
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
SOLK AQKNTS
gon, who, on April 2t, 1D15, mndo
homestead entry, No. OSfiflS, for NV
'4, section C, township 22 Q. rango
11 E., Wlllamotto Meridian, has (Hod
notlco of Intention to make final
three-year proof, to establish claim
to tho land nbovo described, boforo
E. L. Clark, IT. 8. Commissioner, nt
Lu Pino, Oregon, on tho 20th day of
April, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. H. Scelejr, of Bend, Oregon:
W. G. Fordhum, Arthur Waters.
Georgo Boguo, alt of La Pine, Ore
gon. JAS F. BURGESS, .
Register.
3-70
NOTICE FOR PUItLlCATiq.V.
Department of the Interior.
U 8.' LAND OFFICE nt Lnkcvlow,
Oregon, January 29, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
James Morrison, of Bond, Ocrgon,
who, on July 27, 191C, mndo home
stead entry. No. 0938B, for E"& NW
i.' KE'r and ff!4 SEl; of, section
23, township 22 South of rango 18,
East of tho Willamette Meridian, ban
fllcd notice of intention to mako
thrc year final proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore H. C. Ellis, U. S. Land Com
mlwloner, nt Bend, Oregon, on tho
17th day of April, 1920. .
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles II. Haines, Tloscoo N. Palm
erton, Clarence W. Nelson, all of.
Bend, Oregon; and Patrick H, Cof
fey, of Brothers, Oregon.
JAS F. BURGES8.
Register.
Publish In five confecutivo wcoks
in Bend Bulletin, Bend, Oregon.
2-Cc
NOTICE OF SALE OF KHTRAV.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on Friday, tho 23rd day of April.
1920, nt 2 o'clock p. m. at our ranch
1 '.& miles northeast of Alfalfa, in
Deschutes county, Oregon, located
upon Section 13, township 17 South
range 14 E. W. M., the following des
cribed animal will bo offered for sale
as an cstray by L. A. V. Nixon tho
nearest constable, to-wlt:
Ono red and white
spotted heifer, now
about two years old,
with a split on tho
right ear, wattle on
the right hind leg,
and branded on the
&
right shoulder with
out other visible marks or brands.
Said animal camo to our ranch.
located as above stated, nnd was by
us taken up on November 15, 1918.
expenses as may hare been lawfully
incurred.
Dated at Bend, Oregon. February
IS, 1920.
PAUL MERTSCHING.
WILL HORSELL.
"r '" 5-Co
Brand Directory
HQ Brand
John Helfrich'
3-4p Brothers, Ore.
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Right Bide; right tar crop
ped; wattle right hind leg.
Ia TONE, Ulster. Ore.
adv 100a
At
i
Palace Market
Bend, Oregon
for
Eggs,
Butter,
Poultry
Beef,
Veal,
Pork
Sell your products
at home
ALWAYS A I
CASH MARKET
Chas. Boyd