Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1920)
BHND BULLETIN, I1KWI), ORKGdN THURrTOAY, APRIL lti, 1020
"Nothing wrong with1 our
v rnilErfchttmliince of costiv Turkish
A and Domestic tobaccos, propor
tioned by experts that's why
Rvorv miff brings
flavor of genuine Turkish tobacco
and the lively relish of choice Domes
And theblend the manufacturer's
private formula -can-not
be copied. '
Every package enclosed
in ftlasslne, moisture
proof paper that seals in
ELK NOT AVAILABLE
SAYS STATE WARDEN
That It wilt bo Impossible, for Ilend
Lodgo No. 1371, II. 1. 0. B., to ob
tain elk from tho Wullown national
forunt, whs tho Information received
boro on Monday by Foroit Supcrvl
nor Jncobnon, In a latter roculvcd
Business and Professional .Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Hooma 13-16 Firm National
Bank Bldg.. Tel. CI I
(Dr. Co' forf Offl.)
II. It. IWAniwnJ Ch. W. r.rMn
DcArmond & Erskine
O'Knno DulldltiK, Bend, Oregon
1 II. O. KILL I 8
3 United HUtc Oomnilwloner
f First National Hank Building
I bend, oreoon
DR. A. LESSING
PHYSICIAN AND flUltOKON
r . llond PrfH illdg.
Phones: Ofllco Hod 41; Hen. 1S3 j
Dr. L. W. Gatcheli
Complete Lent GtlnJInj Plant in con
ntction with my office l
LARSON tU CO,, Jeweler
143 Oregon iiicct, Bnd, Orrjon
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
v VALUE ABOUT
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
you the full, rich
from Btnto Gaum Warden Carl D.
Sboornakiir. In tho fall, howovor, It
may bo feaslblo to send two of tho
animals to Ilend, Mr. Hboomaker
Your Mother made you taka It
every Spring llolllstur's Hocky
Mountain Tea, tho rollablo Spring
Cleanser fix-Ik Owl Pharmacy.-
Phone BUck 191
LEK A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
S-4 O'Kane Building
DBND ... ORKQON
O. P. NIBWONOBIt, Uend, Ore.
IJccaied KmboJmer, Funeral
Phono Red 421. Lady Aut.
DIt. R. D. STOWELL
Over Locan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours I to K
1'boHo I ted 4 mi
Permanently Located In Dend
with Now Rqulpraeut
Private Ofllco in Thoraon'a
Dr. Turner will be in Prlne
vlllo every flrat and third Fri
day; in Madras every second
and fourth Friday, and In Red
mond every flmt and third
Thursday of each month.
Read the Classified Ads.
J4KBH V IV W
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
BRICK & LUMBER CO.
LY KNDOHSK M1LLAOK HILL
FOIt HTATK SCIIOOlA TO
HcJIcvlntr that a lareo proportion
of tho young men and womon who
apply for entrance at tho University
of Oregon, tho Oregon Agricultural
College, and tho Monmouth Normal,
are tho Bona and daughters of work
ing people, tho Dend locul of the Tim
bcrworkors union, in its regular
meting laat Thursday, voted unani
mously to endorse tho higher educa
tion mtllage bill which will come be
fore tho pcoplu of Oregon nt tho
May primaries. Not only Is this leg
islation endorsed, but tho union will
conduct n systematic campaign for
100 per cent registration, In order
that tho men and women who are
backing tho cniiBO of higher educa
tion may support their opinions with
their votes on May 21.
"Tho action taken last night Is in
keeping with tho go'ncral policy of
the union und of tho Federation of
Labor," Secrotruy Call stated In com
mcntlng on the stand taken by tho.
local. "Thero was absolutely no dla
cusalon that was not entirely favor-
ablo on this question."
FOR STATE SENATE
Intimation that E. P. Mahaffoy,
ot tho Central Oregon bank ot this
city, may bo a cafidldato for the
republican nomination for atato sen
ator from this district at tho Mny
primaries, is. convoyed in a nows
story published lu tho Sunday edi
tion of tho Portland Oregonlan.
PLAN IS TOLD
MPBAKiyiH DRAW C'APACITV
CIIOWDH I.V UNIO.V, SERVICES
1IKMI UNDER AVHVICKH OF
,IIENI CHURCH IJ.
Although only ono of the upcnkcm
scheduled for tho Intor-chiircli move
mont meeting! in Bond appeared
Sunday, lhu plnr of tlio nbitcnt
onc wore taken by other ncnt in
chlofly from Portland, nnd a coni
prohennive dUcimulon of tho iiiovj
mont wns presented to tho capacity
crowd which attended tho union
service hold In tho morning at tho
Methodist church, In tho nfternnon
at tho Chrlntlnn church, nnd In the
evening at tho Presbyterian cjjurch.
You need It everybody needs It
f f it llntr.,',. 11nfrw niintnln fr. Mill,
.,.. .nil, " "Vn 1IJIU1IM4UI . .,,
Spring Without fall try this famous
Spring Cleanser flz-lk. -Owl Phnr
Four chairs at rour service at tb
Metropolitan. No waiting. Ad
In tho Circuit Court of tho Slate
of Oregon for Deschutes County.
Roydon Fletcher Ilorton, Plain
tiff, vs. Huldnh Itorton, Defendant.
To Hulda Ilorton, tho above
IN TUB NAMB OF TUB STATE
OF ORBCSON; You nro Jicroby re
quired to appear and answer tho
complaint filed against you In. tho
nbovo entitled suit, on or before
six weeks utter the first publication
of this summons, to-wlt; on or be
fore tho 22d day of May, 1920. and
In casa of your failure to so apnenr
and answer, for want thereof tho
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief proyed for in his com
plaint, viz for an absolute decree
of dlvorca In favor of tho plaintiff
and against tho defendant forever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing between plaintiff and
defendant, and for such other and
further relief as to the Court may
seem just and equitable.
'This summons is served upon
you by publication pursuant to tho
order of the Hon. T. B. J. Duffy.
Circuit Judge of tho nbovo entitled
Court, made and entered on tho 2d
day of April, 1920, directing publi
cation of this summons at least
onco a week for six successive
weeks prior to May 22d. 1920. in
The Ilend Ilulletin. a newspaper of
general circulation in Deschutos
Dato of first publllatlon, April
Dato of last publication, May 20,
V. P, MYBR8.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and Postotfico address.
Ilend, Oregon. 6-1 2c
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to an order mado and
entered by tbo Justico of tho Pcaco
for Bend District, Deschutes Coun
ty, Oregon, on tho 7th day of April,
1920, the following described estray,
A Hereford steer, about 2 years
old, branded with skull nnd cross
bones on right side near spine;
both ears split. Will bo sold at
public sale to tho highest bidder
for cash at my farm two miles
nortu ot lleiul, Oregon, at the
hour ot 2 o'clock In tho afternoon
ot tho 29th day of April, 1920, to
pay tho damages and expenses of
tho undersigned in keeping said
estray and ot the publication and
notice and expenso in the proceed
and expenses of sale.
Dated this 7th day of April. 1920.
6-7c NELS ANDERSEN.
CALL FOR REGISTERED COUNTY
ROAD FUND WARRANTS.
Notice la hereby given that all war
rants registered and drawn on the
road fund from number 911 to 1063
Inclusive are called for payment on
April 2, 1920, and nro payablo nt the
County Treasurer's oQlce, Bend, Ore
gon. Interest stops on and after above
CLYDE M. McKAY.
Treasuror Deschutes County.
Lumber, Luth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DO0RS'
COMPLETE, STOCK ol Si.nd.rd SUcT.
.. BjROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local gU3 Aifeut, DULLER LUMBER CO.
NOTICE OF HA LB HY M.'AIUHAN.!
IN THK COUNTY COURT OF TUB
8TATB OF ORBOO.4, FOR DE-
IN TUB MATTBR OF TUB)
GUARDIANSHIP OF THB)
PBRSON.S AND ESTATES)
OF EDDIB I1ROSTERHOU8)
AND MARIB DR08TBRHOUH,)
Under authority of an order and
license granted by the County Court
of Deschutes County, Ore.gon, dated
March 25, 1920, I, the 'undersigned,
guardian of tho person and cstato of
Bddlo Urosterhoun, a minor, will sell
at private sale tho following describ
ed real property, located in Deschutes
County, Oregon, to-wlt:
Tho undivided one-half interest of
Bddlo lirosterhous, a minor. In the
Lot 1. Illock 5, of Deschutes, (now
within Ilend; Lot 2, Illock 5 of Des
chutes, (now within Dend); Lot 7,
Illock f of Deschutes, (now within
Rend); Lot 8, Illock C of Deschutes;
(now wiiuin Rend).
The undivided one-fourth Interest
of Bddlo lirosterhous, a minor, in tho
Lot 13, In Rlock 27 of Rend; Lot
14 In Illock 27 of Rend.
TImwaIo will be. made on or after
Friday, April 30, 1920. nnd bids will
be received ut the office of It. 8. Ham
ilton, in First National Hunk build
ing. Ilend, Deschutes County. Oregon,
up to noon upon April 30, 1920.
The terms of (tale nro: At least
ten percent (10 percent) of the sum
bid must nccompany the bid; forty
percent (40 percent) shall be paid
at tho tltno of tho confirmation of
sato and tb balance within ono year
after tho dato of sale; unpaid bal
ances o be secured by first mortgage
upon the property sold', nnd to bear
Interest at the rato of eight percent
(8 percent) por annum.
Dated at Rend, Oregon. March 25,
Guardian of the person and estate
of Bddlo Rrosterhous, a minor.
In the County Court of tho state
of Oregon, for Deschutes county.
In the matter of tho guardian
ship of Alberta Landkammer, a
Notice Is hereby given that pur
suant to the license and ordor of
this court, dated January 24, 1920,
the undersigned will, from and
after Friday, April 16, 1920, pro
ceed to sell at private sale for cash
all tho interest of the above named
minor in and to tho following de
scribed real estate, situated in Des
chutes county, Oregon, to-wlt: An
undivided one-eighth interest In Lot
17 ot Wock C, ot Lytle, an 'addi
tion to Bend, according to the re
corded plat thereof.
As Guardian of the Person and
Estate of Alberta Landkammer, a
Dated this lfth day of March,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lukeview,
Oregon. March 12. 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Em
erson F. Stockwell, whoso post office
address is Bend, Oregon, did on the
14th day of July, 1919, file in this,
ofllco Sworn Statement and Appllca-I
tlon. No. 011103. to purchase the
fSW4 NEtf, section 27, township
22 S., range 15 E. Willamette Mo-'
Idlan, nnd tho timber thereon, under'
the provisions ot the act of Juno 3, '
1878, and acts amendarory, known'
us tho "Timber nnd Stone, Law," nt '
such valuo as might be fixed by np
prulsemont. and that, pursuant to
such application, tho land nnd timber
thereon havo been appraised, One
Hundred, Twcnty-elghX dollars the
timber estimated 110 M. board feet
at .SO per M. nnd tho land $40.00.
that said applicant will offer final
proof in support of his application
nnd sworn statement on the 22nd day
of May, 1920, before II. C. Ellis. V
S. Commissioner, at Bend. Oregon.
Any parson is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time beforo patent ,
Issues, by filing a corroborated alH-i
davit in this office, alleging facts,
which would defeat the entry.
JAS F, BURGESS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IVpai-lnicnt of tho Interior.
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lnkeview,
Oregon. March 12, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
Harry W. Henley, of La Pine, Ore-
FOR SALE DY
The Owl Pharmacy
gon, who, on April 24, 1016, made
homestead entry, No, 0859B, for NW
Vt, section ft, township 22 8. range
11 B.. Wlllametto Meridian, has fllod
notice of Intention to make final
three-year proof, to establish claim
to tho land above described, boforo
K. L. Clark, U. 8. Commissioner, at
La Pine, Oregon, on the 20th day of
Claimant names as witnesses;
C. II. Seeley. of Rend, Oregon;
W. G. Fordhnm. Arthur Waters,
George Hoguo, nil of La Pino, Oro
gon. JA8 F. UUROE9S,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
, Department of the Interior,
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Lakovlow.
Oregon, January 29, 1920.
NOTICE Is hereby glvon that
James Morrison, of Uend, Ourgon,
who, on July 27, 191C, made home
stead entry. No. 09385, for E& NW
'A', NBU and Nl& 8EU or, section
23, township 22 South of range 18,
East of the Wlllametto Meridian, haa
filed notice of intention to make
thro? year final proof, to establish '
claim to the land above described, be
fore 11. C. Ellis, U. 8. Land Com
missioner, nt llond, Oregon, on the
17th day of April, 1920.
Claimant-' names as witnesses: '
Charles H. Haines, Roscoe N. Palm
erton, Clarence V. Nelson, all of
Ilend. Oregon; nnd Patrick II. Cof
fey, of Brothers, Oregon.
JAS F. BUROKSS,
Publish in five consecutive wcok.1
In Bend Bulletin, Bend, Oregon,
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on Friday, the 23rd day of April,
1920. nt 2 o'clock p. m. at our ranch
Vz 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 be offered for salt
as an estray by L. A. W. Nixon tho
nearest constable, to-wlt:
Ono red and white
spotted heifer, now
about two years old,
with a split on tho
right car, wattle on
tho right hind leg,
and branded on the
right shoulder with
out other visible marks or brands.
i Said animal came to our ranch,
, located as above stated, and was by
, us taken up on November,, 1918,
I as an estray, and a sale tlpsreof wan
I ordered to be hed at tho'rtboye time
'and place by the Hon J. A. Eastes,
(Justico of the Peace.
i Said animal will bo offered for
sale for cash, to the highest bidder,
, to satisfy tho damages sustained by
i us, the costs of keeping, and all ex
penses incurred. Including the fees ot
the, Justice of tho peace, costs and
advertising and such other cotts and
expenses as may have bees lawfully
Dated at Bend, Oregon, February
H G Brand
!Wp Brothers, Ore.
A Right side
B, L. TO?
Right side; right ar cp
ttle right bind leg.
TONE, Ststrns Ore.
Sell your products,
Chas. Boyd :