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IIKNI) HULLKT1N, IIKND, OIIKCION THUIWIIAV, JULY H, loaq.
AND FRUIT CROPS IN
WEST TO BE
(II? Unit"! I'rrM ImTIk llml llullttin)
HAN FJUNOIBCO, July 3. Urnln
mill fruit crons In yontorti stiiton will
fall Hliort of thu ylolilK of a ycnr iko,
nccordlug to u nmuniu of IhihIiiohh
and agricultural conditions which
Iikh boon Issued by tho federal rn
iiorvo hunk horn, covering tlm Hti'.tw
uf AfUoiut, California. Idaho, Nova
(lit. Oregon, Utah unit Washington.
I'VohIh, cold wi'iithor mid deficient
nroclpltiitlon caused oronit of '.liu UU
trlct to ho rotnnliid from throo to
four wiioUh. Tim winter whom crop
In tho nnvflii Rtttton lo now otlniutod
nt 01,104.000 liitnhoU. fin compnr.i
wldi 01,01.1,000 bushels a year ago,
tho bank's bulletin declares. If
weather couilltlonit tiro favornhlo
ditrltiK tho rotnalndor of tho grow
ing season, howovo tho liicrnnio In
tho HprliiK whtmt -'roi will roiiipon
nutu for upproxluintoly half of IIiIh
deficiency, It In oiitliiiatoJ, predic
tions Indicating thin crop will
amount to CO, 277,000 bushels, com farm Inborom, although not uh ho
parod with -IG,-t2S,000 bushels last vuro ait watt anticipated u mouth
year. Tho not decrease in all whoatago."
'I.nrgril Checked llcforo Arm Had
Ktrwrird XI AircK-Laxt Nlght'it
'Lightning May Cnime More.
IloturtilnR InHt night from Crei
cent, where, with Ilnngur Don Smith,
ho wan sent tho day boforo to aid In
hnndllng tho forest tiro situation,
Assistant Hupervlsor W. O. Harrlmatt
roportud that tho two flros remaining
out of eight, Ntartod by IlKhtnltiK. nro
complololy under control. Thuy woro
chockud bororu 'either had exceeded
an ttroa of 40 ncros.
Mora flreit nro looked for boforo
tho end of tho weak an tho result of
tho electric storm, flatten front
which could bo noon to tho south lait
DATES ARE SET FOR
ANNUAL STOCK SHOW
A letter received today from O.
M. Plummor, gonorat- manngur of
tltn Tnclflc International Livestock
opposition, gives tho dated for tho
blK North Portland stock show
Novombor 13 to 20, Inclusive
Central Oregon Garage
Exclusive Agcntsfor Northwest Auto Co. for
Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties
Marmon-Cole, Reo and Dort
Cars Bethlehem, Indiana and
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-10 First National
IUnk Dldjr. Tol. Cll ,
(Dr. Co'i Korinr Offlt.)
II. IL DeArraonJ ChM. W. KnVln
DeArmond & Erskine
fJ'Kono nulldlng, Dond. Orogou
H, O. Jfl L L I S
United HUtes OonintlssioBer
First National Dank Dulldlns
DR. A. LESSING
PHYSICIAN AND BUROEON
Dond Prow Dldg.
Phones: Office Rod 41; Ros. 123
Read the Bulletin
LESS THAN 1919
Krowu In thn dlHtrlct In placed at G,
"In tho Pnylfln Northwest," Hiiys
tho hiitik'ii ruport, "tho pruno and
ohorry crops tiro oNtltntitud at front
rr to 00 por cunt of Hioko of 1010:
tho applo crop tit from CO to 70 pur
cent, and tho pour crop at CO pur
cunt of that of 1010. Tho Yaklntn
valfuy. WiiHliliiKtou, pouch crop will
not exceed 200 curs, an compared
with 2200 In 1010. Tho proHpoctH
ftro that tho loKanhorry crop of Wont
urn Washington will not exceed 40
per cunt. niHphorrloH, 75 por cant,
mid strawberries bC pur cant of nor
"Tho labor Munition Iiiih Improved
Nomowhut during tho hut mouth,"
says tho bullotlti. "In and around
Hvutti thoro Ih a tdlnht excess of
both skilled and titiHklllud labor. In
Western Washington thoro Ih a con
Mlditrnblo nhortngo of ttnnklllod rail
rond liolp. Elsowltoru throughout
tho dlHtrlct thoro Ik a NhortiiKO of
WOOL BUYERS LACK
Komi' or llcut Clip In Ontrnl Ore
Knn Could Ho Hud nt 44 CVnlH,
Declare W. K. McCormack. '
If buyern woro avallablo, plonty of
tho bent Krodo of wool could bo no
cured In Control Oregon at 44 cents,
wni tho declaration of W. K. Mc-
Cormack of Deschutes, roprcsontn
tlvo of tho Stnnflold IntoroHtn, Iluy-
ors, however, nro not In ovldonco, ho
aid, and In proof of this atatemont
ho mentioned tho sale Just put on nt
Bhattlko, where no offers woro made.
"Tho trouble scorns to bo chiefly
with money sources." Mr. McCor
miick mild, "for many of tho mlllfl nro
known to hnvo only n tw6 months'
reserve of wool on hand."
Didn't Want to MUs Anything.
Monday a polilliT came to our donr
mil iviih di'inonxtrntliii: snino of hl
viiri' lo iny mother. My mm her
iHMik'ht a few nrtlcli- from hint and
Uf Hiartfil to put lili suitcase In order,
lit lliilslivjl and wan Juki leaving when
lo-i'ph, who In four year old, rushed
mi ii iM iihI:mI : "Oh. mamma, what
u tin1 mail kii.v while I wtuu't hero"
FhoBS BUck 1391
LSK A. THOMAS, A. A. IA,
2-4 O'Kabo Bnlldlst
BEND - OREGON
O. P. NI8WONQBR, Dead, Or.
Uceatwd Kmbalmer, Puacrai
Phono Red 421. Lady AMt.
DR. R. D. STOWULL
Over Logaa Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours to B
Plicae Red 48H
Permnnontly Located In Bend
with New Kqulpmont
Private Office In Thorson's
Dr, Turner will be lu Prlne
vllle every first aud third Fri
day; In Madras every second
and fourth Friday, and In Red
mond . every. 8rat and third
Thursday ot each smatn.
As a Matter of Fact"
says the Good Judge
It will actually cost you
less to use the Real To
Any man who uses tho
Real Tobacco Chew will
toll you that.
The full, rich taste lasts
longer and a small
chew gives more genuine
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short -
W-B CUT is
IS SETTLED BY
21 BEND VOTES
MAJORITY IS ONLY 5
School District OfflclaU and Klec
tlon Ilonnl ConNtltuto It of
Voter Xordcen Ih New
Chairman of Director.
In a clty,(the Inhabitants of which,
Kays tho 1020 census, number 541S,
a total of 21 voters on Juno .lo'hccld
ded, at tho special Dend school dis
trict election yestorday, tho fato of a
$10C,C4Q bttdgat. It passed on a
voto of 12 to 7, tho enabling mcasuro
allowing more than a six per cent ad
vance over Uio tax ot tho previous
yoar, passing, 12 to 8. Ono ballot
out ot tho 21 was thrown out, being
Improperly marked. Tho election
was hold from 2 o'clock In tho after
noon to 7 o'clock In tho evening at
tho high school building.
Of tho votors, six were mom bora,
either nctlvo or rotirlng, of tho
hcIiooI board H, G. Nordecn, J. P.
Keyofl, L. M. Fobs, Mrs. K. M.
Thompson, C. A. Harden and R. V.
Sawyer, and three Mrs. B. P. Dros
torhous, Mrs. P. D. Johnson and B.
I). Ollnon woro members of tho
olcctlon board. City Superintondont
S. W. Mooro nnd Mm. alooro voted
and tho district clerk, J. Alton
Thompson, also cast his ballot. Tho
other voters woro: L. A. Shaw, Mr.
and Mrs, A. T. Frnmo, Marguerlto
K. Morgan, Lyda L. Kelly, J. J. Klotn,
H. Mc.Miiun, William A. Harris and
Jnmos A. Drown.
$10,000 Is Added.
Tho budget, nn ortglnally advor-
tlsod, provided for 105,640, but tho
mooting of tho electors, held Immedi
ately after a mooting of tho board,
at .which Mr. Haydon, nowly elected
momboriof tho board, was sworn In
by Mr. Sawyor, retiring director, au
thorized tho addition of $10,000,
half tho amount bolng for a building
fund and half for a sinking fund for
At tho evening meeting of tho
board, following tho election, It was
voted to fence the Carroll Acres
school grounds, to keep Jackrabblta
from tros'paBsIng on tho lawn and to
Uoop chlldron from vonturlng lu tho
way of speeding cars on tho highway.
The Owl Paint Shop was awarded
the contract for $340 for painting
tho Carroll Acres school.
Mr. Nordeon was eloctcd chairman
of thot board for the coming school
year and District Clerk Thompson
was rcoloctod. City Superintendent
Mooro was authorUod to attend tho
National Educational association
convention lu Salt Lako City this
FISH TAKEN IN
Dynaiulto Used By Homo In Procur
ing Trout, and Spearing Is Re
sorted to, Declares Warden.
Onmo InV violators in Central
Orogon are dynamiting and spoarlug
fish in a mimbor ot the streams and
lakes wub tho declaration on Fridny
ot District Gamo Warden II, Mc
Donald. RowardB. of up to $100 are
offered by tho state game commis
sion for information leading to the
a long fine-cut tobacco
At a depth of moro than 3G00 fcot,
oil has been found at tho wcl drilled
18 miles from Durns, reports F. C.
Dlbblo of Hunter, who is spending a
fow days In Dend. At another lovel,
however, water has como In, and an
effort to seal up the layer of water
bearing gravel by tho use of cement
has so far proved a failure. Another
attempt Is to bo made with lead, Mr,
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. Ko watting. Adv.
Catarrhal Drafiicwn Cannot Ito Cured
by local applications ns they cannot
roach tho diseased portion of tho car.
Tttoro is only ono way to euro
Catarrhal Deafness, nnd that Is by a
constitutional romedy. HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE: nets through
tho Blood On tho Mucous Surfaces
of the Systom. Catarrhal Deafness
Is caused by nn Inflamed condition
of tho mucous lining of tho Eustach
ian Tube. When tho tubo Is In
flamed you havo a rumbling sound
or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is
ontucir closed. Deafness Is tho re
suit. Unless tho inflnmatlon can bo
reduced nnd this tubo restored to Its
normal condition, heating may bo
dostroyed forever. Many cases ot
deafness nro caused by Catarrh,
which Is an Inflamed condition of tho
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
any caso of Catarrhal Deafness fhat
cannot bo cured by HALL'S
All Druggists 75c. Circulars frco.
F. JfChoney &. Co., Toledo, Ohio
CITATION in IlKIItX OF THE DF
CEASED TO APPEAR AND
SHOW CAI'NK Will REAIi
PROPERTY OF THE ESTATE
SHOULD NOT DH SOLI).
In tho County Court of Deschutes
Count', Stato of Oregon.
In tho matter ot tho estate of John
To Zeno Egley, Vannlo Saldont nnd
Edith Egloy, heirs of tho deceased,
You, and each of you, will hereby
tako notlco that unleas you appear
within 10 days aftor tho service of
thai notlco upon you, before the
obovo entitled court, and Bhow cause.
If any. why certain real proporty of
tho estato ot John Egloy. deceased,
should not bo sold to pay tho veri
fied clalmB against tho said estate
that, pursuant to an order Issuing
out ot the County Court of Deschutes
County, Oregon. E. D. Gllson, admin
istrator of tho ostnto of John Egley,
deceased, will soil at either public or
prlvato sale, real proporty, belong
ing to the said estato, described an
follows, to-wlt: Tho E of tho S
WW and the WW ot the SW of
Soctlott 30, Township 18, S. R. 13,
East, Willamette Meridian, in Des
chutes County. Oregon.
E. D. GILSON,
Administrator ot the Estato
of Joha Egley, Docoased.
Bond, Oregon. 19-22c
Notlco 1b l(oroby glvon thnt Joseph
II. O'Neill has mado application to
tho County Court ot Deschutes Coun
ty Stnto ot Oregon, for tho Issuance
to him of lottora of administration
on tho estate ot Harvey T. O'Nolll.
presumed to bo decoasod on account
ot not having boon hbard from tor
moro than seven years, and that on
Saturday, August 7, 1920, nt 2
Lumber, Luth, Shingles,
Buildinrr Mater JaI, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol Suadwd SIxet.
;brooks-scanlon LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
o'clock p. m at the court room In
Dond, In nald county and atato, tho
said court will hear ovldonco con
cerning tho alleged absence of thV)
prenumed decedent and tho clrcum
stnnccH and duration thereof,
Witnemt my hnnd and tho seal of
unlit court this 23rd day of June,
J. 11. HANBH.
Adv.-17-20o County Clerk.
NOTICK TO CHKMTOIW
In tho County Court of tho Stnto
of Oregon, for Doschutcn County.
In tho matter of tho estato of Sam
uel M. MacarUioV. dcccaned.
Notice Ih Hereby slvon that tho
underlined were, on tho lit day of
June, 1920, duly nppolntcd n execu
..-ia niiniiiii.ii.r iii.i iiNiiii.i ... n.a...
uol M. Macartney, deceased. All11"" uoto oniaieu DuirngamBi 7011
persons having claims against saldjon or boforo tho 16 h dny of July,
estato will pronent tho same, duly 1020, and If you fall to so nppcar
verified, to tlfo undersigned, E. P. "1 answer or otherwise plead, for
Mnhnffoy, nt tho Central Oregon
Dank, Bond, Ore.
E. P. HAHAPFEY.
FRED N. WALLACE.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OP
ADMINISTRATOR AND TO
. PRESENT CLAIMS.
In tho county court, In and for
tho county of Deschutes, stato of
In thO matter Ot tno CStalO oiio o avvnea iu mo Huumacuon oi
Lawronco Kalcv Shepherd, deceased
Notlco Is hereby given, that the
undersigned has been appointed as
administrator of tho estate of Law
ronco Kaley Shepherd, deceased, and
such administration covers Hot only
tho individual estate, but the part
nership property held by said de
ceased and his father, C. F. Shcp
hord. Anr ncnon or party having a
claim against tho Individual estate
of said deceased, or tho said part
norshlp aforesaid, aro hereby re
quired to prcsnnt the name, duly veri
fied nnd with proper vouchers, with
in six months from tho date ot the
first publication ot this notice.
Such claims must bo presented to
this administrator personally, or at
his office in Klamath Falls, Oregon,
or to Drlggs & Brlggs, his attorneys,
at their office In Pioneer block, In
Tho date ot tbo first publication Is
Juno 17. 1920. and the time to pre
sent claims will expire December 17,
EARL T. SHEPHERD,
Klamath Falls, Oregon. lfi-20c
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been by the County
Judge of Deschutes County, State of
Oregon, appointed executrix ot the
last will and testament of Charles E.
Street, deceased, nnd all persons
holding claims agalust deceased aro
hnrubv notified to present tho same
with propor vouchers to the under-
fl,1l!rn..vttIiOlOawC0in Bend OrSUS'
.V.0"..!,' '?,.B,.CU K
.i i L.i """""" """ "W
Dated and published first
Juno 10. 1920.
EMMA AMANDA STREET,
Executrix of the last will and testa-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior. U. S.
Land Offlco at The Dalles, Oregon,
May 25th. 1920.
Notlco Is hereby given that LIIllo
B. Brnndenburgh, of Bond, Oregon,
who, on Novomber 23rd, 1900, mado
Desort Land Entry, No. 05595, for
SEU. Section 21. Township 10
South. Rango 12 East. Willamette
Moridlan, hus filed notice of Inten
tlon to mako final Desert proot
purchase, Act, March 4th, 19
establish claim to tho land
described, before H. C. Ellis, U. S.j
Commissioner, at Bend, Oregon, on
tho 0th duy ot July, 1920.
Claimant nnmoa as witnesses:
Wllber X. Huunoll. Fred N. Van
Mnter. Ed M. Swalloy, Charles
Stansbourgh. all of Bond, Oregon.
H, FRANK WOODCOCK.
14.1 So Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Not Coal Lund.
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Lakoview, Oregon,
Mnv 22. 1920.
Notlco Is hereby given that Carl
O. Dick, of Bend, Oregon, who, on
March 19, 1918, made Homeateaa
Application, No. 010033, for BHtt
8W. SV. SEW. 3oc. 22, SWK
SWUi Section 23. Township 248.,
Raugo 10 E., Willamette, Meridian,
has filed notice of intontion to make
Commutation Proof, to cstawisa
claim to tho land abovo described,
boforo E. L. Clark, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Ln Pino, Oregon, on the
FOR SALE DY
The Owl Pharmacy
10th day of July, 1020.
Claimant namen as wltncilon'
Edward C. Olabb, of Dond Oregon,
Ernest K. Dick, of Dond, Oregon.
John Knight, of Dond, OrcRon,
Thomas Sly, of Dond, Oregon.
JAS. K. IIUIlOBfiS,-
In tho Circuit Court ot tho State
of Oregon for Deschutes County.
Paul Mortschlng, plaintiff, vs. J.
C. Hopkins and D. A. Hatflold. de
fendants. " ''
To J. C. Hopkins, the nbovo named
In tho name ot the Stnto or Ore
gon: You nro hereby required to nppenr
and answer tho omntnlnt filed In
wnnt tncreor mc pminiirr win ap
ply to tho abovo nnmed court for a
decree as prayed for In the complaint
filed herein, namely; for a decree
foreclosing tho lien of the plaintiff
mentioned therein, that tho north-
east quartor of tho southwest quar
ter oi section ii, lownsnip 11 souin,
range 14 east of Willamette Meri
dian, In Deschutes county, Stato of
'Oregon, bo sold by tho aheriff ot this
.county in tne manner proacnoeu uy
, 'aw, and that the proceeds of such
tho costs of such sale, tho costs of
this suit, and the remainder applied
to the satisfaction of tho claims of
tho plaintiff, namely, the sum of
one hundred eleven and 90100
dollars, with interest thereon at six
por cent per annum from September
11th, 1919, until paid, and the fur
ther sum of fIJty dsllnrs attorney
fees, and that the above named de
fendants, and each of them, and all
persons claiming by, through or un
jder them or either of there, bo for
ever barred and fordosed of all
right, or equity or redemption In or
to said premises, except as provided
by Btntute, and for such other relief
ns to this court may ceom equitable
in tho premises.
This summons Is published pur
suant to an order mado and entered
herein so to do by tho Judge of the
abovo named Court, on the 28th
day ot May. 1920.
LAKE M. BECHTKLL,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Residence and post offlco address,
Published first time, June 3rd.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department or the Interior. Not
Juno '1-i. 1920.
Notice is hcroby given that Joha
D. Colo, ot Bond, Oregon, who, on
Juno 21, 1914, made homestead en
try No. 07744, for lots 3-4, S4.
NEU, Section 4, Township 22 S..
Range 10 E., Willamette Meridian,
has tiled notice of Intention to siako
.. , ,fcv. ,. , bV.iik
claim to tho land above described.
before H C. Ellis. U. S. Comrnis-
sloner. nt Bond, Oregon, on the ISth
day ot July, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
I Michael C. Donahue, John J. Dlow.
John Devercau, Roy L. Winters, all
3-4p Brothers, Ore.
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Right side; right ear crop
wattle right hind leg
L. TONE, Misters, Ore.
Sell your product
arrest ot such offenders.