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itKNi) iiuiiWrrm, mswi), oregon, Thursday, .wly in, 1020.
AMERICAN LEGION'S PURPOSE
IN RAISING FUNDS EXPLAINS
"What nro you going to do with
(ho mnnoy you nil mo from lliu carni
val you expect to glvo July 10 to
21," Ih u question frequently asked
now of inoinbors of tho local post of
tint American Legion. Mitiiy am 0(
tho Impression that tho pout will two
thoso funds for tho furthornuoo of Its
own pleasures. That Ih trim, If fur
tlKinnico of ItH own plonnttroH ex
tends to assisting iix-tinrvlco man who
aro In nnoil of help, cooperating with
tho Hond chaptor or tho Hod Cross
In iiiany of ItH ontorprlMOM, and nils
hut fuiidH now and thou to iiHslst tho
Halvatlon Army In Itn homo servlco
, Almost uvory month tho Ptirey A.
rnnvunn poMt of tho Ainvrlcaii Legion
lit railed upon to lvu financial its
HlRtauro, tilthur to Individuals, or or
KanUatloiiii who havu tho InlorostH
of toimor snrvlco moil at heart, Hauh
year thoiiu demands will ho greatm
and, rather than go to tho public for
contribution!!, tho pout has conceived
tho plan of a inld-suiiiiiior outdoor
carnival. Tho pout Ih nvorso to tho
imo of tho iiiiino of tho-American I.ii
kIoii for any purpose which linn not
In nnniu nctlvlty of worth olthor to
REND GARAGE MEN
GET NEW QUARTERS
Ccnl-Oin ."Motor Co. Now on Om'ti-
Hood, nml Pliinwr Oarnjn on
IrtliiK Rojro PrnUPM Flrfineii
Auto donlcrn who wcro burned
out In Tuesday night's disastrous
fire, woro already established In now
quartern thin mornliiK. Just ono day
after tho conflnKratlon. Tho Cent
Oro Motor Co. established IIh hond
qunrtor In tho Wnlthor-Wllllams
auto rooms on Orconwood, and tho
Pioneer gnrugo In doing business In
tho ntono RaraKO building on Irving,
formerly inod nn lu macbliio shop
and show room for how earn. B.
P. Jcch of tho Cont-Oro .Motor Co.
elated that IiIh firm hopod to bo In
permnnent quarters within 60 days.
II. H. lloyco of tho Pioneer gnrngo,
ono of tho henvlost losers from tho
flro, npoko highly today of tho work
of tho Hand volunteer department,
mentioning particularly tho spirit of
sacrifice and dliroKard of pcmonnl
rink shown by tho flro fightoni. "1
hnvo nothing but prnlso for tho work
of Flro Chief Carlon, Knglnoer Stov-
Central Oregon Garage
Exclusive ARentsfor 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
nooms 13-10 First National
Bank Dldg. Tol. 611
(Dr. Co' Kormtr Offlco.)
II. II. D.Armona CI.M. W. EnVInt
DeArmond & Ersldne
Ii a w y h n h
O'Kano nulldliiff, Bond, Orogon
H. O. ifl L L I 8
Uatted Btntca Comiubisloncr
First National Dnnk Building
DR. A. LESSING
PHYSICIAN AND BUBOEON
Bond Prosa Bldg,
PhonoH! Offlco ndd 41; Bos. 123
Read the Bulletin
Itn momborn or to form or servlco
nirui who aro non-mnmbnrif. Tho
post, realizing lln roHpoiiHlhlllty, will
do everything to aid thorn and co
operate with govnrliiiituit, civic and
prlvalo organization!! workliut to
benefit tho ox-Horvlco man.
Tho carnival, uudor Foloy & Ilurk,
which will opnii a woolc from Mnn
day night hero for hIx duyii, Iiiih glv
oii tho Percy A. Htovomi pout an tin
UHiial contract. Tho post hopuH dur
ing that week to nil no 2000, to ho
ussd to iihhUI tho men formerly In
tho service where hiicIi culls nro
found to ho worlhjr. Tho commit
too In chnrgo of tho affair dan tho
guurniitoo of tho mnnngomunt of tho
carnival company that It Ih clean In
every detail and that, If there Ih any
feature- Hint iloeH not moot with tho
unqualified npproval olthor of city
nfflclalH or tuomhefH of the commit
tee that that foaturo will ho prompt
There havo "hot boon nny outdoor
featured In tho city UiIh year and
tho Happylaud, tho imiiio glvon to tho
occnsluu, will afford a week's illvor
hIoii to tho people of Hond and Cen
ons and tho members of tho doparl
meiitiiieiit, on woll an citizen, not
tiieiiibom, who assisted," ho nnld.
Mr. Hoyco declared that, whllo ho
had neon many paid city departments
In action, ho had never noted it
creator degree of efficiency than
that attained by tho llcnd organiza
tion. Cntnrilinl nrnfiic" Ctiiiunf Ho Cured
by local applications oh they cannot
reach tho d Moaned portion of tho Gar.
Thoro Is only ono way to euro
Catnrrhnl nearness, and that Is by n
cotiHtltutlonal remedy. HALL'S
CATAIUtll MBDICINB nets through
tho Hlood on tho Mucous Hurfaccs
of tho Systotn. Catarrhal Deafness
Is caused by an Inflamed condition
of tho mucous llnltiK of tho Bustach
Ian Tube. When tho tubo Is In
flamed yoti havo a rumbling round
iL&Jrtt:!?; "! r.h?i: 'l ':t n.in th. cuty ot.cnuM
entltelr closed. Deaf liens Is tho re
suit. I'nlosH tho Inflamatlon can bo
reduced and thin tubo rostprod to Its
normal condition, hearing may ho
destroyed forever. Many cases of
deafness nro caused by Catarrh,
which In an Inflamed condition of tho
ONK IIL'NDItBD DOLLARS for
nny caso of Catarrhal Deafness that
cannot bo cured oy iiai.uh
All Drug Kbits 75c. Circulars free.
K. J Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
Phono Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND - - OREQON
O. P. NIBWONQHR, Bend, Or.
Llceased EmbsJaaef, FaaersI
Phono Red 431. Lady Aaat
DR. R. D. BTOWELL
Ovor Logan Furulturo Oo.
Wall Stroot Hours B to S
Phoue Rod 4B
Pormanontly Locntod In Bond
with Now Equipment
Prlvato Ofllco In Thoraon'a
Dr, Turnor will bo In Prlno
vlllo ovory first and third Fri
day; In Mqdrna ovory aocond
nnd fourth Friday, and In Rod
mond ovory first and third
Thursday of each month.
"Are You Getting Real Tobacco"
says the Good Judge
RIGHT CUT Ib a short
W-B CUT is
XOTICi: I'Olt Pl'III.ICATIO.V
Uopartmonl of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Offlco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July Oth, 1(120.
Notlco Is hereby Klvon that Philip
C. Hurt of Uend, Orecon, who, on
Kept. 24th, 1017, made llomestond
Butry No, 01030D, for lots G, 7, HE
A 8W,i. Boctlon C; KK'A NWVi,
Kec. 7, Township 18 south, Kongo
13 ;uBt, Wlllamotto Meridian, han
filed notlco of Intention to make
final three year proof to establish
claim to tho land above described,
before II. C, Bills, U. 8, Commission
er, at Hand, Oregon, on tho 24th day
of Augunt, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses
Mike Tragosavac, Dnn Mlrlch, Oliver
II, Caldwoll, John Dradetlcu, all of
II. FH.tNJC WOODCOCK,
In tho County Court of tho Rtato
of Oregon, for tho County or Dcs
chulott. In tho matter of tho ostnto of John
To Keuo Bgley, Vannlo Saldcrs
and Bdlth Bgloy, grootltig:
Ib tho namo of tho Stato of Oregon
you aro hereby cited nml required to
appear In tho County Court of tho
Htato of Oregon, for tho County of
R'"l " J".? '" . "ITr. 1' :
on tho 20th day of July, 1920, then
and tliero to show cause, If any, why
tho aliove mimed administrator d
tho said estate should not sell tho
aforesaid real estate, to-wit: Tho
VAi of tho SWVi and tho V4 of tho
8Wli of Section 30. Township 13
south, Ituugo 13 oast; Wlllamotto
Meridian, belonging to tho estato of
John Bgloy, deceased.
TUB HON. It. W. SAWYER.
Judgo of tho County Court of tho
Ktnto of Oregon, fur tho County
of Deschutes, with tho seal of
said Court nflfxed this 13th day
or July. 1020.
Attest; J. II." HANBH, Clerk.
XOTICI! OP KIIBRIFP'K HALIJ
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
of Oregon, for tho County of Crook.
Jons C, Hassolborg, plaintiff, vs.
X. H Oammago; J. S. A. White;
Kantilo E. Hhlroman and Arnold Ir
rigation Company, n corporation.
By virtue of an execution Issued
upon u Judgment In tho above en
titled court nnd cause, to ho directed
nnd dutod tho Cth day o( July, 1920,
upon a Judgment and decrco ren
dered and entered on tho Htli day of
March, 1917, lu favor of plaintiff In
tho sum of $20.20, nnd tho costs on
nod upon this writ commanding mo
to satisfy sad Judgment by lovy and
sale of poruona! proporty of tho said
defendants, and If nono can bo found,
then of tho real estato boloiiginx or
owned by said defendants, or olthor
of them, and, no personal property
being found, I did, on tho 8th day
of July, 1920, lovy upon tho follow
ing described real estato, sttunto, ly
ing nnd being In tho County of Des
chutes, Stato of Oregon, nnd nioro
particularly described as follows, to
wit: Tho southeast qunrtor of tho
northwont qunrtor: tho uouthwost
quarter of tho northeast qunrtor; the
uorUioast quarter of tho southwest
quarter and tho northwest quarter
nf thn RnntlienHt ntuirtor of Section
OJ 1'..u,..tl.l.t IS iinnlli riilltrn 1 "'
.1, .UnilOHII 4U BUM.., ....in.
uast, WllliPinotto morldlan, formerly
located In Crook "County, now Des
Now. theroforo. by vlrtuo of said
execution, judgment nnd order of
sale, nnd In compliance with tho
commands of said writ, I will on
Thursday, tho Cth day of August,
1920, at 10 o'clock n. m., at tho front
door of tho court houso in lionu, uos
chutes County, Oregon, soil nt public
miction, subject to rouomptlou, to
tho highest blddor for cash In hand,
nil of tho right, title nod Intorost,
which thowlthta named dofondnnts,
or olthor of thorn had on tho dato
of tho roudoring nnd docketing of
sitld Judgment, to-wit: March 14,
1917. or flJnco that dnto. had in nnd
to tho above described promises to
satisfy nnld oxocutlou, judgmont and
ordor of snlo, costs nnd accruing
Dated nt Bond, Oregon, this 8th
dny of July, 1030.
8. E. ROBERTS.
Shorltf of Deschutes County,
Dato of first publication, July 8,
Dato or last publication, July 20,
A. Jt Hnrtor, plaintiff, vs. Fanny
H. Ramsay Flamant, Boll West nnd
Thomas West, hor husband; Holon
There's more good, last
ing taste in a little of tho
Real Tobacco Chew than
you get out of the ordi--
You don't need a tresh
chew nearly so often
that's why It costo you
less to chew thio cIpgs of
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
- cut tobacco ,
a long fine-cut tobacco
West and Molvln West, her husband;
Iccal Ilnmsay Godfrey and John God
frey, her husband; Margaret Ramsay
licebo nnd ucorgo Beebo. her bus
band; Walter Ramsay; Dornlco Diss
and Abncr Hiss, her husband: Hazel
Ramsay: W. D. Barnes, as adminis
trator of tho estate of Alfred F. Ruin-
say, deceased (sometimes known an
A. F. Ramsay); tho unknown heirs
of deceased, and also all other per
sons or partlet unknown claiming
any right, title, estato. Hen or Inter
est In tho real estate described In tho
complaint heroin, defendants.
To .Fanny E. Ramsay Flamant;
Boll West and Thomas West, her
husband; Isernlco Blss nnd Abuer
Diss, hor husbnnd, and (ho unknown
heirs of abovo named Alfred F. Ram
say, deceased, and also nil other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, tltto, estato, lien or Inter
est In tho real estato described in the
complaint herein, defendants:
In tho namo of tho Stato of Oro
gon, you aro hereby required to ap
pear rind answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho abovo entitled
caso nnd causo on or beforo tho 19lh
day of August, 1920, which Is mora
than six weoks after tho 8th day of
July, 1920, tho dato of tho first pub
lication of this summons, and it you
fall so to appear nnd nnswer for
wnnt thereof, tho plaintiff Milt ap
ply to tho court for the relief pruyed
for In tho complaint, to-wit:. For
n decroo and judgment against tho
defendants, and each and all of then,
for tho sum of f C00.00, with lntcrost
thereon from February 1, 1913, at
tho rato of seven per cent per an
num; for tho further sum of $100.00
attorney's fees, and tho further sum
of $130.00 for taxes paid nnd for
costs nnd disbursements of this suit,
nnd for n further decrco foreclosing
said mortgage described In plaintiff's
complaint und tho salo of tho proper
ty therein described us tho northwest
quarter of tho southeast quartor of
Section 24, Township 10 south, range
11 oast, of tho Wlllamotto meridian,
nnd that tho defendants bo forever
barred from sotting up nny right,
title, intorost or lion in nnd to said
real property, and for such other and
further relief ob to tho court may
appear Just nnd equitable
Servlco of this summons is made
upon you by publication thereof In
Tho Bend Bulletin for six consecu
tive weoks under nnd by vlrtuo of nu
order mado and entered on tho 7th
day of July. 1920, by tho Hon. T. E.
J. Duffy, Judgo of the abovo entitled
Tho dato of tho first publication of
this summons Is tho 8th day of July,
1920, and tho dato of tho last publi
cation thoreof Is. tho 12th day of Au
H. O. STADTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First National Bank Building, Bond,
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato
of Oregon for Deschutes County.
Paul Mcrtschlng, plaintiff, vs. J.
C. Hopkins nnd D. A. Hntfleldt do
fondants. To J. C. Hopkins, tho abovo named
In tho nmho of tho Stato or Oro
You nro ho re by required to nppenr
nnd answer tho complaint filed in
tho abovo entitled suit against you
on or boforo tho lGth day of July.
1920, and it you fail to so appoar
and nnswor or othorwlso plead, for
wnnt thereof tho plaintiff will ap
ply to tho nbovo named court for n
decrco as prnyod for lu tho complaint
filed heroin, namely; for u docreo
foreclosing tho. lion of tho plaintiff
mentioned thoroln, that tho north
cast quartor of tho southwest quar
tor of section 13, township 17 south,
raugo 14 east of Wlllamotto Meri
dian, in Deschutes county, Stato of
Oregon, be sold by tho shorlft of this
county In tho mannor proscribed by
law, nnd that tho proceeds of such
snlo bo nppllod to tho satisfaction of
Lumheiy Lnth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Stndrd Sum,
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agont, MILLER LUMBER CO.
tho costs of such sale, tho costs of
this suit, and tho remainder nppllod
to tho satisfaction of tho claims of
tho plaintiff, namely, tho sum of
ono hundred cloven nnd 00100
dollars, with Interest (hereon at si:
per cent por annum from September
11 th, 1019, until paid, nnd tho fur
ther sum of fifty dollars attorney
tain, nnd that tho abovo named de
fendants, nnd each of thorn, and all
persons claiming by, through or un
der thorn or olthor of thorn, bu for
ovor barred and forclosod of all
right, or equity or redemption in or
to said promises, oxcopt ns provided
by statuto, and for such othor relief
as to this court may sooin equltablo
In tho premises.
This summons is published pur
suant to an order mado and entered
herein so to do by tho Judgo of the
above named Court, on tho 2Sth
day of May, 1920.
LAKE M. BECHTELL,
Attorney for Prnlntlff
Resldcnco and post offlco address,
Published first time, Juno 3rd,
XOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
Department or tho Interior. Not
Juno 14, 1920.
Notice Ii hereby given that John
D. Cole, of Bond, Oregon, who, on
Juno 21, 1914, mado homestead en
try No. 07744, for lots 3-1, S4,
NCtt, Section 4, Township 22 S.,
Range 10 E., Willamette Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to make
final three-year proof, to establish
claim to tho land abovo described,
beforo 11. C. Ellis, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Bend. Oregon, on tho ICth
day of July, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Michael C. Donahue, John J. Blew,
John Devercuu, Roy L. Winters, all
of Bend, Oregon.
JAS. H. BUROESS.
NOTICE FOR PCIIUCATIOV.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
May 25th. 1920.'
Notlco Ib hereby given that Llllle
B. Brandenburgh, of Bend, Oregon,
who, on November 23rd, 1009. made
Desert Land Entry, No. 05595, for
SEU. Section 21. Township 16
South. Range 12 East. Willamette
Meridian, has filed notico of inten
tion to mnko final Desert proof by
purchase, Act, March 4th, 1915, to
establish claim to tho land abovo
described, before H. C. Ellis. U. S.
Commissioner, at Bend, Oregon, on
tho 9th day of July, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Wilber X. HunneJI. Fred N. Van
Mater, Ed M. Swalley. Charles
Stansbourgh, all of Bend, Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Not Coul Ii nil.
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Lakoview, Oregon,
May 22, 1020.
Notlco Is hereby given that Carl
C. Dick, of Bend, Oregon, who, on
March 19, 1918, made Homestead
Application, No. 010C33, for SEU
SWV4, SS SEU. Sec. 22, SWi
SWU, Section 23. Township 24S.,
Rango 10 E., Willamette Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to make
Commutation Proof, to estnblish
claim to tho land abovo described,
1 eforo E. L. Clark, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Ln Pino, Oregon, on the
10th day of July, 1920.
Clolmnnt names as witnesses:
Edward C. Glabb, of Bend Oregon,
Ernest E. Dick, of Bend, Oregon.
John Knight, of Bend, Oregon.
Thomas Sly, of Bend. Oregon.
JAS. F. BURGESS,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
ADMINISTRATOR AND TO
In tho county court, In and for
tho county of Deschutes, state of
In tho mattor of tho estato of
Lawrence Knley Shepherd, deceased.
Notlco Is hereby given, that tho
undersigned has beon appointed ns
ndminlstrator of tho estate of Law
ronco Knley Shepherd, decensed, and
such administration covers not only
tho individual ostnto, but the part
nership property held by said de
ceased nnd his father, O. F. Shop-
Any person or party "having a
claim against tho Individual estato
of said deceased, or tho sntd part
nership aforesaid, nro hereby re
quired to present tho samo, duly vorl-
flod nnd with proper vouchers, wun
In six months from tho date of ho
nrst publication or tins nouco.
Such claims must bo presented to
this administrator personally, or at
his office In Klamnth Falls. Oregon.
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The Owl Pharmacy
or to DrJggu & Brlggs, bin attorneys,
nt their offlco In Plonoor block, In
Tho data of thn flrnf niihllrntlnn la
Juno 17, 1920, and tho tlmo to pro
sent claims wJH oxplro Docomher 17,
EARL T, SHEPHERD,
Klamath Falls, Orogon. 1B-20C
Notlco lshoroby glvon that Joseph
H. O'Neill has mado application to
tho County Court of Donchutcs Coun
ty 8tato of Oregon, for tho Issunnco
to him of letters of administration
on tho estato of Hanroy T. O'Nolll.
prosumed to bo deceased on nccount
of not having been hl;ard from for
nioro than seven years, and that on
Saturday, August 7, 1920, at 2
o'clock p. m nt tho court room In
Bend, In said county nnd stnto, tho
said 'court will hoar uvidonco con
cerning tho -alleged absence of thV
presumed decedent nnd tho circum
stances and duration thoreof.
Witness my band nnd tho seal of
said court this 23rd day of Juno.
J. 11. HANER.
Adr.-17-20c County Clerk.
CITATION TO IIKIItS OP THE J)E
C'EAhKD TO APPEAR ANT)
SHOW rAI'HK WHY KBAIj
PROPERTY OP THE liSTATJl
HHOl'LI) NOT HE HOLD.
In the County Court of Deschutes
County, 8tato of Oregon.
In tho matter of tho estate of John
To Zcne Egley, Vattnin Saldcrs and
Edith Egley, heirs of tho deceased,
You, and each of you, will hereby
take notlco that unlcsa you nppcar
within 10 days after tho servlco of
this notico upon you, beforo tho
above entitled court, nnd show cause.
If any, why certain real proporty of
the estate of John Egley, docuaicd,
should not bo sold to pay tho veri
fied claims against tho said estato,
that, pursunnt to nn order Issuing
out of tho County Court of Deschutes
County, Orpgon, E. D. Gllson, admin
istrator of tho estate of John Egloy.
deceased, will sell at either public or
private sale, real property, belong
ing to tho said estate, described as
follows, to-wlt: The E of tho S
W'M nnd tho Wi of tho SW of
Section 30, Township 18, S. R. 13,
East, Wlllamotto Meridian, In Des
chutes County, Oregon.
E. D. G1LSON.
Administrator of tho Estato
of John Egley, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of the Stato
of Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In the matter of tho estate of Sam
uel M. Macartney, deceased.
Notice is Hereby glvon that the
undersigned were, on tho 1st day of
June, 1920, duly nppolntcd as execu
tors to administer tho estate of Sam
uel M. Macartney, deceased. All
persons having claims against -said
estato will present tho same, duly
verified, to tho undersigned, E. P.
Mabatfey, at the Contra! Oregon
Bank, Bend, Oro.
E. P. HAHAFFEY.
FRED N. WALLACE.
3-tp Brothers, Ore.
Right aide; right ear crop
ped; wattle right bind leg.
B. L. TONE, Slaters, Ore.
Sell your products