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    TIIH I1KNI) BULLETIN, IIKNII, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1DM,
TAOK 7.
IhV
Livestock Sanitary Board
Publishes Hog Bulletin
Advice Given on Curo of Mors to Prevent Cholera
Sanitary Conditions arc Necessarypood Should
be Cleanhow to Fight Cholera If it Comes
Tlio Rtntn Livestock Sanitary
Ilonnl linn Imgim tlm publication of
n Imllollit cnncornliiK nintlnra of llvo
ntock Miultntlon. Tha II rut number
ImH runny nrttoluit on Iiok cholcira mill
Instructions on kmipInK lions In u
licixtttiy condition, from which thu
followliiK I Inkon.
"line clmlorn nnd swno iilnicuo nro
nntiiro p rot cut h nKnlnnt fniilty snn
ltnllou It In it patent fact that
rholitrn Ioaos Us vlrulonco In thu
liroiuiiru of clean Hnnltnry surround
ing.. Hlop and roonll mid sco If
you enn clto a ttlngln Inatnncn whom
cholera him originated on n ntrlutly
Hinltnry fnrin, excepting of cotiroo
thOKu lntnncc whom cholera linn
linen Introduced hy Infoctml nnltunlH.
If It worn poaalhlo to Rtinrd tho food
mid wntor supply of awlno with tho
miiiiu euro nnd caution that watar and
rood for huiimii conmiiupllon la
iiuardud, cholera would ho tuoro ram
than typhoid fuvor In tho human
family Ho fmitianlly little or no
precaution am nttuuipted toward
KuardliiK tho water mipply of nwlnn
that It In Ninall wondnr Indeed that
morn rhnlnrn la not experienced In n
rouiiuiiiitty whom It hait unco boon
Introduced. Then, loo It htm fro
quontly boon tho practice of hwIiio
Krownrn to uno for awlno foml tho
jnirlinKo accumulations of tho farm
or Kathor thn aniim from no mo nearby
cilty or vlllaRO. Thin- practlco alono
In onn that surely wuakona tho dl
ao restating comitltutlon of inch
Iiokh to which It la tod. Wo do not
wlh to maka ourselves undoratood In
tho llRht that certain vegetable
antra, an potato pooling, root-lop,
nnd ontaldu loaves aro harmful, hut
wn ran acn no Rood reason why
dishwater ahould enter Into tho dint
of hogs Inasmuch an It contain prac
tically nothlnR of a nourlihlnR naturo
nnd moHt generally la heavily charged
with soaps and washing powdura
which am holh harmful to thn gen
eral health of kucIi animal aa aro
iinfortiinatn enough to ha forend to
drink It, and frequently lead to grave
IntMthial dlaordars often mlitakon
for cholora,
"Often tha pen and sheds mod to
lioimo awlnn aro III adapted for thalr
umt. Iloga aro omnlvnroua In tholr
habit. mcanliiR that they eat of lioth
vegelahln and animal matter. Naturo
lina provided them with ahort strong
nock which tnlRht cnnblo thorn to
penetrate tho Rround In search of
food, henro a run In a lot, clover or
nlfalfa field, or paaturo. will rIvo
them both oxorclin and allow them to
nly tholr Inherited tendency to root,
tiealdea It will permit them to breathn
gf nlr uncontamlnated with dust and
In mow and youtiR plR tha dow wet
voKelatlon will lessen any chancn to.
ward digestive dlnordnra hy keeping
Iwth thn anont or tho plR and thn
breast of tho low treo from Injurious
contnmlnatlona.
-DiiHlv bona ahould ho avoided.
warm hoiie ahould bo provided In j
which n plentiful aupply or aunllRht'
tind puro air ran enter Muddy varda
can bo Riiarded against hy havliiR
well drained yarda or In Hon tlioroof
uso porluhlu puns and floorod food
Iiir surface. Wash out tho troiiRhn
nnd rIvo thn hog n chnnco to koop
clonn, Huniily him with n groaod
rubbing pout or patent orudo oil np-
filler and ha win ernulcnto hi own
lieu. Kood now and thon a mlxturo
uiado na follows; rioft coal or char
coal, CO ouniUi copporna,' common
nalt; hakltiR sodnj sulphur; two and
onn half pounds of each.
"Mix and ptilvurlio and allow to
oat at will. Commit your local vol
orlnarlan about audi awlno disorders
na may coma to your uotlco and you
will find tho hoR to ha tho anino old
rellahlo mortgage lifter that ha has
nlwaya boon,
llmr tn Combat Hog Cholera.
"In tho Drat placo avoid buying
It. Infoctlon moBt frequently results
from tho Introduction nnwly jmr
chuaod nnluinla, thnt havo olthor
coiiiq from dlwmsod horda or havo
been nubjected to Infection onrouto.
If now blood la dcHlmd by brocdora
thny ahould mako It a practlco to
quarantlno on tholr own ranch after
arrival for a period or a month all
nowly purchased awlno that havo
como from unknown nnd uncertified
sources. If those animals have been
auhjectod to reliable aoriim Immuni
zation, It la Mt III wall to lnolato thorn
for a month na thoro nro romnta pos
nllillltl"i that tho serum U Impotont,
that thny may bo throwing off tho
llvo vlrua If tho double method ha
benn tued and utile they am dip
ped In aomn dlilnfectlon solution
upon arrival thny might carry Infco
tlvn material upon tholr bodies. If
Iiok havo como from nhaolutoly
known and certlflod aourcoi and havo
benn aubjotod to no Infection onrnuto
(which In Indeed difficult to deter
mine) thoro tnlRht bo leia cauto for
Uolatlon upon arrival, but It la an
unnfii K)llcy-to follow. In Iowa to
day where cholera li rampant there
nro breeders who havo tiavor had a
earn or cholera on their farm, lnu
ly by bcliiR woll located away from
atreami and followlnic out a eyntoni
or Uolatlon of all nuwly purchnied or
Introduced animal and tnalntalnliiR
tholr drovo In 1or proof pen away
from vlnltltiR atock buyor. nelRhbora
and other who havo nothlnR to do
with thn keeping or thn drove.
"ir cholera ahould appear, the
Blnto authnrltlea ahould bo notified
and Iminedlato atnpa will bo taken to
aupply tho no rum treatment at a cont
ot ono cent per cubic contlmatar or
approximately 20 cent por each CO
pound ot llvo welRht or hoR treated.
A Raneral dlnlnfoctant ahould be
applied to tho yard and poim. All
dead carcne ahould bo burned to
8hc. ir located on a creek or wator
courito nelRhbora or down stream hog
Rrowura ahould bo Immediately noti
fied. Dor ahould ho tied up and
ympathottc nelRhbora nnd all other
not actually connected with tho drovo
ahould bo refunod ndmlmlon to tho
promUea."
BRICK WORK
I linto built ccry brick lioiuo In Ilentl rrccted by
contract.
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Run Your Car .
Economically
Many encinc troubles and the resulting delays and
repair costs can be avoided by the use of a suitable
lubricating oil. True economy lies in the use of a htih,
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engine to do its work regularly and efficiently.
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that will describe the use, and
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Bend Hardware
Company
pan in in i in ie
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Mnioti -Hiiro Heal
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TOl'IIIKTH I'AKH TIIIIOI'OH.
Touring over OrcRou n party or
Portland people paitied through Ilend
on Wednesday hound south. Ac
cording to tho roglftter at tho Pilot
llutto, whero they atoppod for a time,
thoy had como south from Oovorn
ment Cami, through Wnplnlta, Mad
ras, and Prlnevlllo nnd planned to
tako In Lakovlaw, Klamath Falls and
Crater Lako on their way homo. In
tho party woro Mr. II. P. Ileynoldii,
Allco U. Ileynolds. Mr. D. C. Powell.
Illancbo Powell, Frank O. Mendall
and O. K. Ileynolds.
Patera Shot Oun and Hlflo ammu
nition. Bkuao ilardwaro Co. Adv
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Flrat Ret tho nam- down pat
then buy It of your drugRlst. Just tha
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hcodncho, aour atomnch, lazy liver,
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plcasantcat, aurct. nlcost, laxative
you over uaed. Taatea Rpod like
lomonado. Acta promptly, without
pain or nausea. Glvca you tho moat
aallafactory dualling you havo over
had. Adr. rattomon Drug Co.
notici: it)u i'I'iilicatiox.
Department of tho Interior, V. 8.
Land Olllco at Tho Halloa, Oregon,
Juno 8, 10H.
Notlro la hereby given that Ora
C. Plleklngur. or Kend, Oregon, who
on February nth, 1911, made Homo
atoad Kntry No. 08122. for KVfc Bee
Uou 30, Township :o South, ItaiiRO
17 Hast, Willamette Morldlan, has
fled notice of Intention to mnko Fi
nal Three Year proof, to eatabllsn
claim to tho land above dt-aerlbed.
before II C Itllla. V. H. CommUHlnn
or, nt Hand, Oregon, on tho 18th
day or July, 1914.
Claimant names na witnesses: Ko'i
ort Mak, William J. McConnell. Otla
C. Honklo, Thomoa Cray, all ot llond,
Orogon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
H-1Sc Itoglster.
NOTICH OF COXTKST.
Dopartmont of tho Interior, Tho
United Statos Uind Olllco, Lako
vlow, Oregon, May 27, 1914.
To Henry W. Fuehrer, ot llend, Oro
gon, Contostea:
You aro hereby notified that Percy
L. Forboa who gives Bond, Orogon,
o-o Uox 147, na hla post olllco nddroas,
did on May 4, 1014, lllo In this otllco
his duly corroborated application to
conteat nnd aecuro tho cancellation or
your homeatond, Kntry No. , Bor-
J KSTIMATCS CHKEItFUIiLY
FUItNlSllKD
J Jobbing Promptly Attended To J
I J. J. RYAN !
Plumbing and Heating
.
117 MINNKSOTA STItKKT
lMIONi: 491
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MACHINE
SHOP
Wo are equipped to do
anything In the machlno
line, having Installed
new machinery with
which we can handle any
kind ot ob, Automobile
Repairing a specialty
Deydrmond Machine (Sit
Repair Shop
Hawthorne Ave., Uend, Ore,
Inl No, 04131, mndo November zz,
1010, for W4 8WH Section 21, WVi
NWH and HW Hoctlon 28, Town
nhlp 24 a, Itango 22 10. Willamette
Morldlan, and na grounds for his
contest ho allagcn that Honry W,
Fuehrer bus fallod to catnbllsh hla
roslilonco on said tract; thnt ho has
failed to ctiltlvuto said tract or any
part thereof; that naid antryman has
abandoned said tract for upwardn or
six months last past nnd thnt audi
failure and abandonment wna not duo
to hla employment In tho army, na
vy or tnarlno corps In tho U. H. In
tlmo of war or otherwise
You nro, thoroforo, furthor noti
fied that tho snld allegations will ho
tnken by thin offlco a having boon
confessed by you, and your nald entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo hoard there
in, either boforo thl office or on ap
peal, It you fall to fllo In this offlco
within twonty days after tho
FOURTH publication of thin notice,
na shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically mooting and re
sponding to thcao allegations of con
tost, or If you fall within that time
to fllo In this offlco duo proof that you
havo served ft copy of yor answer on
tho wild contestant either In person
or by registered mall. If this service
la made by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to'tho contestant In por
son, proof of such aorvlco must bo
olthor tha contestant written ack
nowledgment of his receipt of tho
copy, allowing tho duto of Ita receipt,
or tho affidavit of tho person by whom
tho delivery was mado stating
when and whero tho copy wna
delivered ; If mndo by registered
mall , proof ot such aorvlce
must consist of tho affidavit ot the
person by whom tho copy was mailed
stating when and tho post offlco to
which It wan mailed, and this affi
davit must bo accompanied by tho
postmaster's receipt for tho letter.
You ahould stato In your answer
tho namo of tho post offlco to which
you deslro future notlcca to bo sent
to you.
JA.MK8 F. IJUItaKSB, Register.
Dato of first publication Juno 3,
1014.
Dato of second publication Juno 10,
1914.
Dato of third publication Juno 17,
1914.
Data ot fourth publication Juno 24,
1914.
NOTICK OF'CONTKST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Ofllco, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May 20, 1914.
To William 11. Hofli, of Sultan,
Washington, Contestco;
You aro hereby notified that Roy
L. Hunter who gives Hcnd, Oregon,
aa hla post ofllco address, did on April
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"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
17, 1014. fllo in this offlco his duly
corroborated application to contest
ana scctiro tho cancellation of your
homostoad, Kntry No. , . ., Sorlal No,
08013, mado April 0, 1911, for NW
'4 NV Hoctlon 20, NB'A NB
Section 27, 8W HW4, 8WV, NW
U Section 23; B4 HB 8BH NBV4
NB SB' Section 22, Township 19
S. Rango 19 K. Wlltamctto Meridian,
and na grounds for his contest ho al
lege that William H. Hoffo has whol
ly abandoned said homestead for
mora, than two years last past; that
ho has nover established a residence
thoreon, and has failed to cultivate
and Improve tho same as required by
law.
You are, thoroforo, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
takan hy this offlco as having been
confessed hy you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thoroundcr without
your further right to bo hoard thorc
In, olthcr beforo this office or on ap
peal, If you fall to file In this offlco
within twenty days after tho
FOURTH publication of this notlco,
as shown bolow, your answer, undor
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to these allegations of con
test, or It you fail within that time to
fllo In this offlco duo proof that you
havo served a copy of your answer on
tne said contestant In person or by
registered mall. If this serrlco Is
mado by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer on tho said contestant
In person, proof of such ser
vlco must bo cltbor tho said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of his
receipt ot tho copy, showing tho date
of Its rccolpt, or tho affidavit of tho
person by whom tho delivery was
mado stating' when and whero the
copy was dollvered; if made by regis
tered malt, proof of such serrlco must
consist of tho affidavit of the person
by whom tho copy was mailed ata'Ing
when and tho postofflce to which It
was mailed and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho postmaster's
receipt for the letter.
You ahould state in your answer
tho namo of tho postofflce to which
you deslro further notices to bo sent
to you.
It. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Register.
Dato of first publication June 3,
1914.
Dato of second publication June 10,
1914.
Dato of third Publication June 17,
1914. i
Dato of fourth publication Juno 24,
1914.
NOTICK OF CONTEST.
Department ot tho Interior. United
States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May 27, 1914.
To Glenn Hancock, sn alleged heir
of Jamei L. Hancock, and the un
known heirs, if any of James L.
Hancock, deceased, of Oakvlllo.
Washington, o-o Fomdalo Lumber
Co., Contcetee:
You aro hereby notified that
Charles F. Brcnnan, who gives Bend,
Orogon, c-o box 147, as his post of
flco address, did on May 21, 1914,
fllo in this offlco his duly corroborated
application to contest and scctiro tho
cancellation of your homostoad, En
try No. . . ., Sorlal No. 010108, mado
April 3, 1912, for NW; NW SWVi
Section 1, SB NBU and NB. 8V
, Section 2, Township 20 S Rango
10 B. Wlllamotto Morldlan, and as
grounds for his contest ho Alleges
that said James L. Hancock, during
his lifetime never established his
resldonco nor cultivated said tract
nnd that said Hancock died on or
about October 25, 1912, In Chohnlls
County, Washington, aa I am Inform
ed and verily hollovc; thnt ho left
him surviving ono known heir, to
wit, Glonn Hancock who is alleged to
rosldo at Watorvlllo, Malno, nnd that
neither tho widow of said deccasod
nor said Olcnrt Hancock nor any oth
or heir or next or kin has slnco tho
doath ot said deceased, resided upon
or cultivated any part or said claim
and that such failure an aband n
ment on th part of said entryman
and his heirs at law was not duo to
his or their employment In tho army,
n.ivy or marlnn corps of the U. 8. in
tlmo of wrr or otberwlso.
You are, therefore, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this office as having been
confessed by you, and your said entry
will be canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo beard there
in, either before this offlco or on ap
peal, if you fall to fllo In this offlco
within twenty days after the
FOURTH publication ot this notice,
as shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to these allegations of con
teat, or If you fall within that time to
file In tbla offlco duo proof that yon
havo served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either In person
or by registered mall. If this senrlco
is made by the delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant In
person, proof of such service
must bo either tho said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of hla
receipt of the cony, showing tho dato
of Its receipt, or the affidavit of tho
person by whom tho delivery was
mado stating when and where tho
copy was delivered; It mado by regis
tered mall, proof of such service must
consist of tho affidavit of tho person
by whom the copy was mailed stating
when and the postofflce to which It
was mailed, and this affidavit most
bo accompanied by the postmaster's
receipt for tho letter.
You ahould state In your answer
tho namo of the postofflce to which.
yon desire furthor notices to be sent
to you.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
Register.
Date of first publication Juno 3,
1914.
Date of second publication Juno 10,
1914.
Date of third publication Juno 17,
1914.
Date of fourth publication June 24,
1914.
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