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ftSND BULLKTIN, RKHD,' OMMOfth THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 100
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Ladies' Outing Clothes !
i Khatfa Clothes for your outing and fishing trips. Khaki
I Twill Suits .with Breeches, Separate Coats, Skirts and
Ladies' Khaki Riding Suits, 3-4 length
Coats and Breeches .... $9.90 '
Khaki Coats . . ,',v . . , . . $3.49
Khaki Skirts . . . -.', i . $3.25.
Khaki Breeches. . H: . . . $3.49'
Khaki Hats ........ 98c
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I We are giving you the same values at last years prices.
I Garments of Satisfaction.
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ifeWf,yafi C-l2aHon-rniictc Jtistitntiotx
rHe.sayMri a good skate"
A RRAL pal that's Ghcaterfiold. Look
at Its record. Three million Hitiokcrfl
loss than flvo yenrtt on the market) Two
worth explain It "7Yw Satisfy"
Our export buyers In tho Orient select for
Chosterllelcln only tho finest jlnuip of the
four choicest vnrletle.1 of'Turklsh tohacco.
To these are added the heat of mild but
full-bodl Domestic leaf.
Hut, In tho end, It's the blend that makes
Chesterfields "ni(Vy.'f And tho blend - our
prlvato formula cannot lie copied.
Kxtra wrapper of molsture'.proof
paper seats in tho flavor.
OLD LOCATION TO BE
Subscribers Jo f.ooI I'ulr Decide to
Incorporate Under Namo of
Pesdiulc County Fair M-
Definite nctloa was taken by tho
subscribers to the, Deschutes County
Fair association at a meeting of that
organization held Thursday night In
the county court rooms to Incorpor
ate with a capital stock of $35,000,
frtiareoo bo valued a.JlOO each,
?20,000 lo bo- paid In on Incorpor
' atlon and the" remaining stock to be
sold to the farmers and stockmen
'of tho county who ars Interested In
the movement aud will be directly
benefited by a. fair n Deschutes county.-
"The Deschutes County Fair as
sociation" was chosen as the namo of
tho company and the organization
committee was Instructed to take Im
The decision to Incorporate fol
lowed tho recommendation of the
committee appointed last week to
consider Hie subject and was reached
after a discussion of the county fair
natters in reference to tho prefer
able, location, Rend or Redmond.
During tho discussion a member, of
the organization committee set forth
as arguments la favor ojf''flend, the
eight reagoifrf why Dend Is (bo only
plausible location for the county fair:
"First," he said, "looking at the
iibnnty map you find Redmond away
iip In tho northeast corner, sir miles
from the east boundary lino and nine
miles from the north, while Dend is
practically in the center of the coun
ty. Second Rend and Immediate
vicinity Is tho center of population,
with Rend tho largest 'city In Central
Oregon. Third the largest farming
community In tho county Is tributary
to Rend. Fourth Dend with Its
"large payroll Is assured more sup
port In a financial way from gate, ad
missions In ono year than Redmond
could hope to receive in throe. Fifth
Rend shipped more potatoes this
season than Redmond, Terrebonne,
and Deschutes combined, Sixth
That the facilities for handling tho
people who will want to attend a
county fair are far superior In tho
way of hotel and restaurant accom
Tnodatloitt than in Redmond. Seventh
That the. argument put, forth by the
Kftdmoml backers that Bosd'ii trying
to take, their Potato show away from
them, is not true, Raymond can hold
all the potato stiows' it likes without
Interference from Bnd, in any way,
Eighth Rend Is In a position to pro
vide more financial support, and has
subscribed more money than Is pos
sible for Redmond," After he con
eluded pointing out theso facts tho
vote was unanimous in favor of Dend.
The committee appointed to Invest
igate, a suitable location for tho
grounds, submitted their dcclsldn fa
voring tho old fair grounds site as
being the most fitting. With the
work already done on the grounds
It was pointed outfit will necessitate
tho expenditure of only a small por
tion of tho mone3 that would bo
needed to put new grounds in shape.
In addition there is unlimited acre
age tributary to the old grounds that
can be utilized In the event that It
is needed. Tho committee's report
It was decided to obtain an Inter
pretation of tho state law regarding
county fairs, from the attorney gen
eral, through A. J. Moore, district
An advertising committee consist
ing of A. Whlsnant, W. Dlrdsall, and
C. II. Smith was appointed to see
that tho local newspapers received
tho proper report -on actions taken
by the association and to keep tho
residents of tfio rural districts en
lightened as to their movements.
Members of the present commit
tees were Instructed to make nn
effort to attend all mentiugs held In
the rural districts and put tho mutter
of the location of the county fair up
to tho farmer as it Is.
MAY BE BOUGHT
Knickerbocker for Commission
DREWSEY FOLK SEEK
LONG FOR MINISTER
A trip of 209 miles In search of a
clergyman or civil authority ves
ted with power to perform the
marriage service, was ended whe.n
John Carroll and Gertrude M. Raid-
win, of Drowsey, located Rev. II. C,
Hartranft, of the Rond Presbyterian
church, last week, pie wedding cer
emony was performed at the parson
ago and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll will bo
at home to their friends within a few
days in Drowsey. The groom Is a
brother of Charles .Carroll, of tho
Central Oregon Realty Company of
Accompanied by his brdo to bo, Mr.
Carroll started his long trip early
last we,ok, driving tho CO miles to
Rurns, whore It was expected that tho
wedding would bo held. They wero
able to secuio their license without
difficulty, but when it came to tho
wedding, they encountered obstaclo
after obstacle, "No ministers ' were
available, the county Judge was out
of town, and tho Justice of the peace
Rend was the next stop, and 150
miles more landed them at tho door
of a,qlorgyman's home. ,
Knickerbocker for Commlsslor
Ab a part of the plan for Increased
production which has as Its chlot
manifestation tho Introduction' of tho
thro shift system at the RrooVs'Scnu-
lon mill Monday, tho company Is
considering tho purchaso of another
McOKfcrt Loader for uso In camp No.
3, the now scat of logging operations
mado necessary to supply tho joxtrn
shift. Tho now eqjxulpmcnt, If N se
cured, would cost In tho neighbor
hood of $12,000, and would Jjo de
livered in from 90 to 120 days
Another addition to pgglng machin
ery already In use. will be a Shay engine-
which was torn open by n
boiler oxplosloon In tho woods sever
nl weeks ago, and which has been iu
Portland undergoing repairs since
that time. It will bo returned to
Rend within four more weeks, giving
the company a total of four locomo
tives In good working condition.
Knickerbocker for Commls i'iiii
(Continued from Pago 1.)
of tho ditches to arlvo at his esti
mates. Knglnwr Huytt U.H1 Needed.
In answer to questions propounded
by C. J. Green, engineer for tho com
mission, ho explained his report more
fully, stating that his mention of
charges mado on various government
projects had ben made to show the
general Increase all over tho country.
Replacements which would bo neces
sary within tho noxt four years
.would necessitate a $2.81 mainten
ance charge, After these replace
ments have been made, tho charge.
could bo dropped to $2.1 E, ha esti
mated, while he fixed tho life of now
structures, Installation of which Is
contemplated by tho company, at 18
years. Replacements, he, said, should
properly bo charged to maintenance,
contrary to tho rules for classifica
tion of expense laid down by tho
state commission, but In conformity
with the rule.s of. tho United States
C. M. Redfiold, project engineer,
explained a map showing the hold
ings of the company, and stated that
sinco 1907, thousands of acres of
land,' unsold although reclaimed, has
been uvallablo for settlers,
Company Htnto Agent,
In cross-examination, u letter to J,
A." Rlggs, settler, from President
Stanley, was Introduced, Jn which tho
company offered to pay half the ex
peuso of repairing a break in the
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main Central Oregon canal, Mr Rlggs
to pay the, remaining 60 per cent of
of tho cost. Tho letter was written
last spring. In this communication.
It was declared that tho company
cannot ussumo responsibility for
ditch breaks, that they aro tho pro
perty of tho settlers, nnd that tho
company Is the agent of tho state
to collect malntonauco fees. Mr, Red
field admitted howorer, that tho
company had on somo occasions, re
mitted theso fees In part or In whole
to offset damago to crops when the
sottlors wcrw unablo to procure suf
"Thcro wero somo losses from this
source In 1917 nnd 1918 also, wero
thc.ro not?" Mr. Allan Inquired.
"Yes, nnd thVo always will bo,"
was tho answer.
Supcrintrndrnt on Stand,
George W. Kanoff, superintendent
of maintenance, explained a map
showing tho beats of tkalj(i jrldsr',
and told of tho uso of. h rotation
system In supplying Irrigation water.
Ills testimony was made the oecasr
Ion for an exchange of caustic, com
mant between Mr. Allen and couase)
for tho company. ,
"Looks llko a laundry ticket' the
settlors' attorney declared after In
specting the ditch rider's yellow re
port blank which wus Introduced In
ovldcnco Uy tho company.
"It should It's tho wash ofj tho
canals," came tho retort from Mr,
Intimations mado by tho oxaruliu
or during cross examnatlon that
water measurements aro made to th
detrlmont of tho sottlors, wore anst
wercd by Mr. Kanoff with the state
ment: "If the. settler doesn't know
what ho's getting Just as well as th
ditch rldor, ho's asleep on the job,"
With Mr, Allen :n the conduct of
the sottlors""caso, were Do Armpad &
Krsklno, , of Rend, nnd John, R.
Lutourctte, of Portland,
eggs, S1.C0 for in, daoil liar
rod Rock chicks. 2&c each Mrs
Oertrudo Ilollon, Rural (!. !)
chutes. -R-l le
FOR SALK Hwansnn stump puller,
tOO feet cable, $100. !H& nillOi
from Tumalo. 7 3 -R
FOR BALK or TRAM-: -tO acres un
ImproveU near Terrebonnu, 25
acre. under tho ditch. Address Dr.
Joteph S. Davis, 710 St. Helens Ave.
Tacomu, Wash. 8-C-7p
FOR 8 ALE Good homo at n bar
gain, works double or single. In
quire 2S9 St. HoleiiH, 23-S-8P
FOR SALU Ancona eggs $2 for fif
teen. Sykes strain, purn English
blood. Raby chicks, to order. In
quire Mrs. Tlnsluy, Rodmond, Phono
KOOS FOR UATGHINOS. C.
. White Leghorns. Heavy winter
layers, mated to Tuncred cocks, of
230-250 agg strain. $1 CO per IS. 8.
O R. I. Rods, mated to high rlns
cockorels from prize winning stock
$2 for IS Ono third ennh with order,
balance on delivery.- Hofstettrr's
Poultry Farm, Tumalo. 97-Sllfc
KORtHALE Sotting iigg of nil
br(ds, best laying stralnu In Con-tral-Oreg'on,
Others supplied on re
quest $2 a sotting. 1C Sllfc
FOR BALK If Its harcnln fnr cash
you are looking for better bvo or
write Edwin J. Rogers about tlmt
120 acres of potutoes and alfalfa
land. Edwin J. Rogers, Tumalo,
FOR SALE Alfalfa Jin., 450 tons
at $20 n ton. Some pan t tiro will
go with It nt this price. Address,
J. D. Minor, Rund. Ore. 76-31tfc
Knickerbocker for Comrolsb'.on-
or. auv, ,,
CluilflaJ lvertUln chsrgi wr Imu H
cn ler u worm or i. un Hi)' ft'
word for all ovr 20. All clMlft4 4vKtUurf'
trictly cub In 4vnr- '
. x l. :
both cars split Will bo sold at
'public nlo to tho highest bidder
lor cash nt my farm two mllo
inorin or iienu, (irogon, at mo
hour of 2 o clock In thn nftornoou
of tho 29lh day of April, 1920, to
pay tho dumagi's nnd oxpunis of
thn iitulenilKiifd In keeping snld
(intrny unit of the publication mid
notice and ittpcnse In tho proceed-
uuu nAiii'iinun in rain.
Dated, this 7th duy of April, 1920.
C7c NELH AN'DRRSEN'.
WANTED TO RENTWork team,
with or without option to buy.
Addrest Albert Latttn, Rend, Ore,
NOTICK OF HALF.
"NOTICE IS HEREI1V (MVKN
that pursuant to an order mado and
entered by tho Justlco of the Peaeo
for Rond District, Deschutes Coun
ty, Oregon, on tho 7th day of A,pril,
1030. the following described eetruy,
A Hereford steer, about 2 years
old, branded with skull and cross
bonos on right sldo near spine;
SUMMER RANGE Wo aro makliiK
up our herd to take on tho.'r'dhxojl
$1.25 a head per month, If,jRter ;
ested, wrlfo M. E. Tayjor, Rpdwpnd,
WE RUY, raise, uncf sell fuif-ottr-
Ing rabbits, and othor fur-bear) ng
animals. List what you havewltk'
us, niuiuiK your lowest pric.es on
largo lot shipments, Tho ' Fur A.
Specialty Farming' Co,, C18I17 T$i
r. avo jnrgo, n. uan. JP'O'VC
FOR SALE. Vf.
FOR SALE Ono Roari t Durham
Cow, rich milker. Inquire, L. P.
RoonHV. 1M33 TAtlth f!l. Tlfln,! l.lln
J. 3 .. .JI
the typobar system,
darrlago and oscapo
mont wheel of the
Woodstock with thoso
of ofhor typewriters
nnd you will readily
understand why this
mnchluo holds up bet
tor. It bus loss parts,
too which adds to Its
The Mmll Jypewriter Company
304 Oak St., Portland, Oregon;
Slightly used Undorwood, R'emjngto, L. C.
Smiths and other makes of machintA can be had at
easonable prices. ,.y
-. ..', '.vk.h "&
In tho Circuit Court of thn Statu
of Oregon for Deschutes County.
Roydou Fletcher Morton, Plain
tiff, vs. Huldah Ilorton, Dofendnnt.
To Ilulda Ilorton, tho above
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You aro Jioroby re
quired, to appear and answer tho
complaint filed against you In tho
above entitled suit, nn or before
nix weeks after tho first publication
of this summons, to-wlt; on or be
forn thn 22d day nt May, 1920, nnd
In cuxii of ynttr failure a no appear
nnd answer, for want thereof thn
pluintlft will apply to tho court for
the relief proyed for In his com
pliant, vlit for an absoluto decree
of dUorce In favor of tho plaintiff
nnd against tho defendant forever
dissolving tho bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff nnd
defendant, aud for such othor and
further relief a to tho Court may
seem Just and equitable,
This summons Is served upon
you by publication pursuant to tho
order of tho Hon, T E. J. Duffy.
Circuit Judgu of tho nbovo entitled
Court, nmdo and en In red on thn 2d
day of April, 1920, directing publi
cation of this summons at least
onco a week for six successlvo
weeks prior to May 22d,' 1920, In
Tho Ilond Ilulletln, a newspaper of
gonoral circulation In Deschutos
Da to of first vublllatloii, April
Dato of last publication, May 20,
W, P. MYER8,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Residence and Postofflco address.
Rend. Oregon. C-12o
(FOR SALE Barred Rook setting J