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BEND nUIililSTlN, HIUND, OREGON, TIHJIWDAV, .WliY 22, 1020.
NEW BOARD TO
STREET WORK 'ASKED
OnivHIiiH Needed In Nevjmil Ae
ntio DMllct, ('oiiiii'IIimiiii llerlnrf
Removal of Kirn llimird In
HoiikIiI II)' Ailniliilxlnttluii.
9 Formation f a cemetery nnnocla-
tlon, to liuvu cliurtto or thu iiiniiago
s iiinnt of dm Bond cuiwilorjr, In pro
vlilml for In mi ordlimiico which was
roml for ihu firm llmu nt Friday's
nicotinic of tho city council, Tlio or-
illiianco. which represents Menu ad
w-..-...i i... .,.n.i,r .. n, Wnmmi'i'fl list of bills for medical attention
t,kl,i.UI4 VJ ItlUltll'UIH ... .W ,,,
Civic Improvement league, an woll
uh hy tho city administration, pro
vided for cemetery aduilnlMriitlou on
much tho naino itenoral plan an that
outlined for tho hnndlliiK of city park
affiilrn, and tnnken tho chairman of
tho puhlla property commlttxo of tho
council a inoiiiher of tho hoard which
will havo control of cometery man
aKomeut.' Thu other members am:
Mm, ltalph Hpencer, C. P. Nlswouger,
Mm, Fruiik Tooiney, Mm. A. F. Lnr
noil and 13, P. Rrostorhous, After
tli passago of thu ordinance, which
Ih regarded by tho city ndmlnlittra
tton an virtually assured, one of tho
ImprovomentH to ho attempted hy tho
now mnnngviilont will ho In tho mat
ter of bringing water to tho cento
tory tract for Irrigation purposes,
Chairman Ithodon of tho strode
roiunilttco reported tho placing of
highway signs nt thu chief intersec
tion In thu city for tho benefit of
tourists, lie mentioned tho ou ca
tion of tho wnco scnlo paid for labor
on tho Greenwood avenue brldgn
over tho canal, brought up nt tho lnt
mooting, reporting that tho structuro
had been completed shortly after thu
matter won placed before tho coun-
ell, and that thorn wan, consequently,
on Investigation to ho nindo.
Mr. Ithoden nskod that tho coun-
ell consider tho advisability of using
a win layer of Krnvoi an a protect-
Ivo covering for tho cludor road Im
provomontn Junt completed In tho
Nowport nvonuo district. Tho ques-
j Central Oregon Garage I
REDMOND, OREGON j
Exclusive AKt'nts'for Northwest Auto Co. for I
uesciuucs, croon mm jcnerson counties
Marmon-Cole, Reo and Dort
Cars Bethlehem, Indiana and
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-16 First National
Uank Dldg. Tol. Cll
(Dr. Co' Kornur Offle.)
II. II. DArmonJ Ch. W. Erklnt
DeArmond & Erskinc
Ij a w v k n H
O'Kano Dutldlng, Ilcnd, Orogon
II. O, IB L L I 8
Uslted BUtofl Coinmlsnloner
First National Hank Dutldlng
DR. A. LESSING
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Bond Press Dldg.
Phonos: Offlco Rod 41; Ron. 123
Read the Bulletin
(Ion of could on such itn Improve
ment wim referred to tlio iilroots com
nilttoo, iih woll mi ruphinklng tho
Nowport iivuntio brldgo iiml linril iir
fucliu; part of tlio oust approach,
which wan ndvlHod In tlio informal
report of tho chairman,
Klin .Monaco Hwn,
That tho tjnmlost flro tnonnco
which tho city now Iiiih In tho Anno
hum on HoiiiI Htroot wiih tho doclura
tlon mndo hy Councilman Payne, In
tho cotirNo of dlHoiimilou of tho ro
conl flro farthiir north on tho niimo
street. A flro at tho fowl hum,
Chief Carlon Hold, would moan thu
(liiHtrucllon of approximately thruu
hlockH In tlio center of tho business
dlKtrlct. Thu police and flro com
nilttoo wim luntriictml to tako up
with thu owuorii tho matter of tho
ruuioval of tho building.
Chlof Carlon suggested tho forma
tion of a flromoii'H patrol, tho In
stallation of a Htitndplpo on tho Now
port nvonuo bridge and 'tho leveling
of trees within tho flro district. Ho
wiih liiHtructod to proceed with tho
orKiiiilzatlou of a patrol, tho other
matterH being roforrod for further
Now Equipment NrcHcd.
Councilman Mcl'horson presented
rupiaciiiK. oi uamngeii domes una
loss of tlmo lii connection with tho
flro, tho total coming to I CO, They
worn ordered paid without question
nnd tho rocordor wiih instructed to
wrltu tho flro departtuont, expressing
tho approval of tho council In rcRnrd
to tho dcpartiunnt'n work during tho
A lint of now equipment, which
Flro Chlof Carlon declared wan need
ed, wan presented and tho council
ordered tho purchase of two mnoko
heltnetn and n four-way valvo, Icav
Ing tho other Itnuin, which Include
2000 feet of hone, for futura consid
eration. Representing tho library hoard,
OnorKo I'addock appnnrod heforo tho
council to auk for a portion of tho
13000 appropriation appearing on
tho city budget. A warrant
11380 wan ordered drown.
Jtaln, which fell earlier In tho
week, will innko tho hlRhor timbered
Htrotchen or tho Cascades lutfo from
flro during tho roinnlndor of tho
'summer, according to Supervisor N.
d. Jncobion of tho Deschutes Nation-
nl forest. An to tho lower tlnthorcd
nrenn, tho protection thun nfforded
will bo only n matter of days.
Four chntn at your service at the
Metropolitan. No watting. Adv.
Phono Black 1191
LKB A. TnOMAB, A. A. Liu
1-4 O'Kano Building
BEND ... OltHQON
O. P. NIBWONQBR, Bend. Ore.
Licensed Rinbidmer, Fuaeral
Phone Red 421. Lady AuL
DR. R. D. BTOWELL
Ovor Logan Furniture Go.
Wall Htroot Hours 9 to t
Phone Hod 489
Porninnontly Locatod In Bond
with Now Equipment
Privnto Offlco In Thorson'u
Dr. Turnor will ba In Prlno
vlllo ovory first and third Fri
day; in Madras ovory second
nnd fourth Friday, and In Rod
mond ovory first and third
Thursday of oach month.
"Going All Around
says the Good Judge
RIGHT CUT is a short
W-Ii CUT Is
T. B. CLINIC IS
A Mj RESIDENTS OK I)ICIIUTI-:H,
JHKKKRSON AM) CIIOOK CO UN
ties klkhrle for EXAMINA
TION ON AUOUST II.
Undor tho auspice of tho Central
Oregon Medical association, a tuber
cuIohIh clinic will ho held In Head
Friday, August C, Minn MnrRorot
Ilrctni, It;d Cross nurso, announced
todny. Tho exact location han not
yet been delected, hut 10 to 12
o'clock In thu niornluR, 2 to 5 o'clock
lit tho afternoon, and 7 to 9 o'clock
In tho evening huvo been set us tho
Any resident of Deschutes, Jeffer
son or Crook counties who ban any
of tho symptoms of tuberculosis, or
who hnn any rcuson to bcllovo that
ho In HiittcrlnR from tho disease, Ih
urRcd to bo prenent for examination.
AtnoiiR tho nioro common symptoms
mentioned by Mlsn Ilrcmn are a con
tinued fecllnR of fatigue, loss of
weight nnd a persistent cough.
A tuberculosis specialist will be in
Hond during tho clinic to oversee
COLD STORAGE PLAN
FOR MEATS IS USED
Ep'iiiltn HyMrni InMnllcd by I'ro-
lirletor f Ilonvcr Market to In-
suru Quality of 1'cxxl Supply.
To Insure tho perfect keeplnR of
montn durhiR tho warm summer
months, V. A. Ucaver, proprietor of
tho Heaver ntarkot on Uon nnd
tho Cash market on Oregon Btrcet,
Iiiih Just completed tho Installation
of n $1250 cold BtornRO plant In tho
former shop, and, whllo tho naino ro
suits nro attained by tho tuo of Ico In
tho Inttcr establishment, ho pinna to
ubo ammonia evaporation for cool
Iiik In tho Cash market In tho near
future By rontlnR spaco nt tho Ico
factory, ho In ablo to hold moats for
from two to throo wooks beforo plac
InR thorn on Bale, ho Htntcs.
In his Bond stroot market, tho ro
frlKcrntliiR plant put in by Ray Fair
child of Portland, which produces
cold sufficient to manufacture a ton
and n half of Ico dally, kcops two
rooms of u total capacity of 960 subic
foot constantly below freezing point
nnd innkes winter In tho class coun
tor, In which meats nro Itopt for im-
COBB FILM STARTS
LATE NEXT MONTH
Adventured of Iltintoroiin Writer In
Quest For Quiet To Bo Knitted
In Control Oregon.
"Cobb's Questfor Quiet," n moving
plcturo film, In which U is planned
by tho iiromotorB, A. Whlsnnnt, and
N. O. Jncobson of Bond, to blond
tho Bcoulc features of Central Oregon
with tho convention-tired features ot
tho fnmoua humorist nnd mitgazlno
writer, will bo started in Tho Dalles
on August 27, on tho arrival ot Irvln
S. Cobb In that city, It was lonrnod
From Tho Dalles, Mr. Cobb will
plod wearily southward pursued by a
rotlnuo ot camora men, reaching his
goal in tho lakes and wood moun
tains nonr Bond. What company
will bo offorod tho prlvllogo ot film
ing tho series ot optsodos has not
I find men arc taking
to the Real Tobacco
The good, rich taste
lasts so much longer
that you find It saves'
you money to use
this class of tobacco.
Any man who uses
the Real Tobacco
Chew will tell you
Put up In two styles
- cut tobacco
a long fine-cut tobacco
SMALL FOREST FIRE
( IS UNDER CONTROL
a nmaii nro in tno timber near
Lava Lako was reported to ho burn
mg oriHKiy on Monuny, nut em
ploye of tho Deschutes National
Forest were on tho Rround shortly
after tho blaze started, and by this
nftornoon tho flu men wero well un
der control, Deputy Supervisor W.
O. Harrlman stated. The causo of
tho flro In not known.
Put It In Tlio lltillctln.
Call For lU-tfthTrt! County Itonil
Notice Is hereby Riven that nil
wnrrantn registered and drawn on tho
road fund from number 109S to
1104 both Incluslvo.- aro called for
paymont on July 22, 1920, and nro
payablo at thu County Treasurer's
oofflco, Hond, Oregon.
Interest stopn on and after abovo
CLYDE M, McKAY.
12c Treasurer Deschutes County.
IN.TIIK DISTRICT COURT OP TIIR
UNITKD STATICS. FOR Till: DIS
TRICT OK ORKfiON.
In tho matter of Grovcr Maltby,
No. B-SC06 in Bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of Grovcr Maltby,,
of Bend, In tho County of Des
chutes and District nforosald:
Notice Is hereby Riven that on the
Hth day of Jul, 1020, tho said
Orovor Maltby was duly adjudged
bankrupt; and that tho first meet
Iiik of tho creditors of Bald bankrupt
wll) bo hold nt tho offlco of G. C.
Morgan, ono of thoMlcfcrees in Bank
ruptcy of Huld court, at his office in
tho Lor Cabin building in the city
of Bend, Oregon, on the
day of July, 1920. nt 10 o'clock a. m
at which tlmo tho creditors may at
tend, provo their claims, appoint a
trustco, examine tho bankrupt nnd
transact uuch other bushiest) ns may
properly como beforo said meeting.
Given nt Bend, Oregon, this lCth
day of July. 1920.
O. C. MORGAN,
Adv. 21c Referco In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(N(i! Coal Lund.)
Department of tho Interior. U. S.
Land Offlco at Lakcview, Oregon,
July 12, 1920.
Notlco is hereby given that Cora
Loland of La pi no, Oregon, who, on
July 26, 1917, mads Homestead En
try No. 010383, for SWU SWU,
NW'U SWU, EV6 SWU. Section 2,
Township 23, South Rango 9 East,,
Willamctto Meridian, tins filed notlco
ot intention to mako final three-year
proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, beforo E. L. Clnrk,
U. S. Commissioner, at La Pino, Ore
gon, on tho 2lBt day ot August, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses
Knto Kloralf, R. E. Eaton. B. C.
Scott, Maudo Eaton, nil of Laplno,
JAS. F. BURGESS,
NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION
(Not Coal Lund.)
Department of tho Interior, U. S.
Lund Oftico nt Lnkovlow, Oregon,
July 12, 1920.
Notlco is heroby given that Her
man A. Roso, of Lnplne, Oregon,
who, on April 28, 191C, mndo Homo
stead Entry No. 09227. for WVj NE
U, Section 15; ', SEU. Section
10, Township 23 South, Rango 9
East. Wllllametto Moridlan. has tiled
Lumber, Lnth, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol Stndrd Sue.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Salos Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO. "
notlco of Intention to moke final
three-year proof, to establish claim
to tho land above described, before E.
L. Clark, U. 8, Comm'unlonor, fit
Lnplnn, Oregon, on tho 20th day of
Claimant nam en nn wltnsw It,
K. Eaton, Fred .Malm, II. A. Hose,
W. O. Fordham, all of Lnplne, Ore
Bon. JA8. P. nUIlOBHS,
NOTICK KOK PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Office nt Tho Dalles, Oregon,
July 0th, 1020.
Notice Ih hereby Riven that Philip
C. Burt of Bend, Oregon, who, on
Hept. 24th, 1017, mndo Homestead
Entry No. 010305, for lotB C, 7, SB
Vt BWVi. flection C; NB, NW'A,
Bee. 7, Township 18 Houth, Hango
13 east, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make
final thrco year proof to establish
claim to tho land above described,
beforo II. C. Kills, U. 8. Commission
er, at Bend, Oregon, on tho 2 1th day
of August, 1020.
Claimant names an witnesses:
Mike TrnRosnvnc, Dan Mlrlch, Oliver
B. Caldwell, John Bradctlch, all of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
20-2 4 p Register.
In tho County Court of tho State
of Oregon, for tho County of Des
chutes. In the matter of the estate of John
To Zeno Kglcy, Vannlo Solders
and Edith Egley. greeting:
In tho namo of tho State of Oregon
you arq hereby- cited and required to
nppcar in the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Deschutes, tit tho court room thereof
at Bend, in tho County of Deschutes
on tho 2Cth day of July, 1920, then
and tliero to show cause, if any, why
tho abovo named administrator of
tho said estato should not sell tho
aforesaid rcnl estate, to-wit: The
EV4 of tho SWU and the W4 of tho
LMt't e..i m .Zut- , o
south. RnnRo 13 east, Willamette!
Merldlnn, belonging to the estate of
John Egley, deceased.
THE HON. R. W. SAWYER,
Judge of tho County Court of tho
ft" "' -V'5L"""-r"uJ ." u.
of Deschutes, with the seal of "Jf"00"?, f' ?Tt00' '?5"J ft npnub"
said Court aflfxcd this 13th day ?tte"L!iJ0fr"LePUo"'
nt Juiv iooo tno highest bidder for cash in hand.
Attest- J II IIANER Clerk ' nI1 of tho r,Rht' t,Uo aml Merest.
,1"e"' J. H. HAMt.it. t,'erK.(Whtch th0 wUhln nanc(1 dcfendant3
I or either of them had on tho data
SUMMONS 'of tho rendering and docketing oC
A. J. Harter, plaintiff, vs. Fanny said Judgment, to-wit: March 14.
E. Ramsay Flamant, Bell West and
Thomas West, her husband; Helen
West and Melvln West, her husband;
Iccal Ramsay Godfrey and John God-
froy, her husband; Margaret Ramsay
Bccbo nnd George Beebe, her hus-l
band; Walter Ramsay; Bernlco Blss
and Abner Blss, her husband; Hazel;
Ramsay; W. D. Barnes, as ndmlnis-
trator of tho estato of Alfred F. Kam-
say, deceased (sometimes known as'
A. F. Ramsay): tho unknown heirs
; of deceased, and also nil other per-
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estnto, lien or Inter-;-
est in too real estate uescrtoeu in tuo
complaint herein, defendants.
To Fanny E. Ramsay Flamant;
Bell West nnd Thomas West, her
husband; Bernlco Blss and Abarr
Blss, her husband, nnd the unknown
heirs of abovo named Alfred F. Ram
say, deceased, and also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
nnv rlrlit. Htln. octtnfn. Hon op Inlnr
est in the renl estato described in the
complaint herein, defendants: Edith Egley, heirs of tho deceased.
In tho namo ot tho Stuto of Ore- John Egley: N
gon, you are hereby required to up- You, and each of you, will hereby
pear and answer the complaint filed take notlco that unless you appear
ngalnst you in tho nbo.-e entitled, within 10 days after tho sorvlco of
enso nnd causo on or beforo tho 19th this notlco upon you, before the
day of August, 1920, which is inoro I abovo entitled court, nnd show cause,
than six weeks after the Sth day of! If any, why certain renl property of.
July. 1920, tho duto ot the first pub-tho estato of John Egley, docoaed.
llcatloit of this summons, and if you should not be sold to pay tho veri
fall bo to appear and answer for. tied claims against tho said estate,
want thereof, tho plaintiff will up- that, pursuant to nn order issuing;'
ply to tho court for tho relief prayed J out of the County Court ot Deschutea
for In tho complaint, to-wit For .County, Oregon, E. D. Ollson, adiuln
n decrco and Judgment ngalnst the istrator ot tho estate ot John Egloy.
defendants, and each nnd all of them
for tho sum ot $500.00, with interest
thereon from February 1. 1913, at
tho rato ot seven per cent per an
num: for tho further sum of $100.00
attorney's fees, and tho further sum
ot $130.00 for tuxes paid and for
costs and disbursements of this suit,
nnd for a further decree foreclosing
Bald mortgaga described in plaintiff's
complaint and tho salo ot tho proper
ty thoroln described ns tlio northwest
quarter ot tho southeast quarter of
Section 24, Township 10 south, rango
11 east, ot tho Willamctto meridian,
and that tho defendants bo forever
barred from sotting up any
titlo, intorest or lien in nnd to said
real proporty, and for such other nnd
further relief as to tno court may
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
nppcnr Just nnd oqultnblo.
Service of thin Buhtmonn In mndo
upon you by publication thoreof In
Tho Bond Bulletin for six connucu
tfVo weekn undor nnd by vlrtu-i of nrt
order mndo and entered on tho 7th
day of July, 1920, by tho Hon. T. H.
J. Duffy, Judge of tho abovo entitled
Tho date of tho first publication of
thin nummons In tho 8th day of July,
1920, and tho date of tho last publi
cation thereof In tho 12th day of All
E. O. STADTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First National Bank BulIdlriR, Bond.
OreRon. 19-2 lo
NOTICE OK HIIKRIKF'H HALE
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto
of OreRon, for tho County of Crook.
Jens C. Hannolbcnj, plaintiff, v.
.. II OnmmaRo; J. H. A. White;
Fannlo E. Shireman nnd Arnold Ir
rigation Company, n corporation.
By vlrtuo of nn execution Issued
upon a Judgment In tho above en
titled court and causo, to bo diroctcd
and dated tho 6th day of July, 1920,
upon a Judgment and docteo ren
dered and entered on tho Hth day of
March, 1917. In favor of plaintiff In
tho sum of 120.20, nnd the costs on
and upon thin writ commanding rno
to satisfy said Judgment ny levy and
salo of personnl property of tho mild
defendants, and if none can bo found,
then of tho real estate bolorgln or
owned by said defendants, or either
of them, nnd, no personal property
being found, I did, on tho 8th day
of July, 1920, levy upon tho follow
InR described real estate, situate, ly
ing and being in the County of Des
chutes, Stato of Oregon, and inoro
particularly described n follows, to
wit: Tho southeast quarter of tho
northwest quarter; tho southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter; tho
northeast quarter of tho southwest
quarter and tho northwest quarter
of the southeast quarter of Section
24, Township 18 south, rango 12
east, Willamctto meridian, formerly
'Xn.J Irl ,l
located In Crook County, now Dcs-
ihe,r.?i2rJ?' b7 VW -L -SnitI
sale, and in compllanco with thn
commands of said writ, I will on
Thursday, tho 5th day of August.
1920, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the front
door of the court house in Bond. Dos-
1917. or since that date, had in and
to the abovo described promises to
satisfy said execution, judgment nnd
order of sale, costs and accruing
Dated at Bend, Oregon, this 8th
day of July, 1920.
S. E. ROBERTS,
Sheriff of Deschutes County.
Date of first publication, July 3,
Dato of last publication, July 29.
CITATION TO ILKIRS OK THE 1)1
CEASKD TO APPEAR ANI
SHOW CAI'SK WHY REAL
PROPERTY OK THE KSrATH
SHOULD NOT BK SOLD.
In tho County Court of Deschutes
County, Stato of Oregon.
In tho matter ot the estato of John
To Zeno Egley, Vnnnio Saldorn and
deceased, will sell nt olther public or
privato sale, real proporty, belong
ing to the said estato, described as
follows, to-wit: The Eft of tho S
W!4 and tho W ot tho SWU ot
Section 30, Township 18, S. R. 13,
East, Willamctto Meridian, in Des
chutes County, Oregon.
E. D. (JILSON,
Administrator ot tho Estato
ot John Egley, Deceased,
Bond, Oregon. 19-22o
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn ihn Pmmtv rmirt rtf Hm ClntA
r0f Oregon, for Doschutos County.
"" wu"" V. u. ...V UIUIU
In tho matter of tho estato ot Sam
uel M. Macartnoy, deceased.
Notice is Hereby given thnt tho
undersigned were, on tho ltt day of
June, 1920, duly uppolntcd as execu
tors to administer tho estato ot Sam
uel il. Macartney, deceased. All
porsons having claims against said
estate will present tho same, duly
verified, to tho undorslgned, E. P,
Mahnffey, at tho Central Oregon
Bunk, Bond, Ore.
E. P. HAHAFFEY.
FRED N. WALLACE.
H G Brnnd
0-tp Brothers, Ore.
Right side; right ear crop
pod; wattle right hind leg.
B. L. TOM), Slater, Ore.