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THE KKTD nTJIXKTHf, DEND, ORE., "WEDNESDAY, JUIjT 3, 1010.
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BROWN C DOS
ATTY. GENERAL PRE
'on a ilte to be donated therefor, ap
propriating $125,000 for building!
and equipment and levying: an annual
tax of one twenty-fifth of a mill on
all property In the state for Its main,
tenance. and ratifying the location of
certain Mate Institutions heretofore
located away from the State Capital "
Anti-Compulsory Vaccination mil I
Purpose To prohibit compulsory
vaccination, Inoculation and o'her
such treatment for the prevention or
cure of contagious diseases, and pro
viding a penalty therefor."
For farm land loans see J Ryan
& Co. neasonable rates, prompt
Eight Stntr Wlrto Mciuiurci to lie
Votwl on nt I'nll Miction Ofllclal
Tltl- Contains OUt of Jmt
I)lfferi I'rini I'ramcr),
Designation of the offlcial titles of
tho various measures which will go
on the ballot at the election next
November, with a brief statement of
tho purposes of tho proposed amend
ments nnd by laws, has been com.
jiletfd by Attorney-Onrral Ilrown
and thoy will be filed with Secretary
of fitalo Olcolt tomorrow.
There nro eight statewide meas
ures to go on the ballot ami under
the law the statoment containing the
glnt of each measure must contain
not more thnn 100 words In many
cases tho official title decided upon
by the Attorney-General, who Is au
thorized by law to say what shall go
on the ballot, Is far different from
the title originally proposed by the
frnmers of n measure.
Title Are (liosnn.
As the eight slate wide measures
will appear on the ballot, the titles
chosen are ns follows:
"iturnl Credits Amendment. Pur
pose To bond the state for not over
2 per cent of assessed valuation of
nil property therein for 'Iturnl Cred
its Fund.' Honda from $25 to 11000
In series of $50,000. maturing In not
over .16 years. Interest 4 per cent,
exempt from taxes State to loan
said fund to owners occupying farm
lands, on mortgages not over hnlf
land vnluo nor ISO per acre, nor less
than $200 nor more than 15000 to
one person, small loans preferred.
Loans made for fa) payment for
land; (b) purchasing livestock nnd
equipment nnd making Improve
ments; (c) satisfying Incumbrances
Incurred for such purKse. Interest
C per cent."
Uri-Mcrr Hill IjiIm-InI.
Amendment "permitting manufac
ture nnd regulnted sale 4 per cent
malt liquors: Purpose to amend
section 3C, article 1, Oregon consti
tution, which prohibits manufacture
and salo of Intoxicating liquor, by
permitting the manufacture of fer
mented malt liquors containing four
per cent or less of alcohol, for ship
ment outsldo of this state nnd for
Illi Ku'tiiclie fJone.
Juu how 'langernas a backache,
sore muacle, ach'ng jolntB or rhu
rustic pals s may b Is sometimes real
ized only when 11,'e Insurance Is re
fused on account of kidney trouble
Josf ph G. Wolf, of Grtcn Hay. Wis .
writes: "Foley Kldnoy Pills rellev
d rno of a severe bf cktche that had
bothered me for several months.'
Take Foley Kidney Pills fir weak.
Inmo back and weary sleepless nights
Sold everywhere. Adv.
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A desirable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
IIP DATES SET
Pendleton Affair to Take Place on
Kcptrrnher -1, '-- nnd I.
PENDLETON, July 25. With
conditions practically Insuring an
attendance In excess of the great
crowds of 1312 and 1913 when 75.
000 peoplo witnessed the exhibition
the Hoard of directors has dated tho
Seventh Annual Hound-Up for Sep
tember 21, 22 and 23, and made
preparation for Increased seating ca
pacity In tho bleachers and the great-
est exhibition over staged. The rail
roads have Incroascd tho territory
Included In the Hound-Up special
rates so that this year they will ex
tend an far as Salt Lake on tho Un
ion Pacific; Missoula, Mont., on the
Northern Pacific and south to San
Francisco and north to Hrltlsh Co
lumbia. The fact thnt tho Round-Up Is the
biggest and practically the only at
traction of national Interest on he
Pacific Coast this fall has caused the
eastern and transcontinental lines to
advertise It extensively and use It
as a basis for western tourist husl
nes. This will bring many addition
al thousands to tho annual frontier
Tho show Itself will be superior
to anything heretofore staged. More
ami better bucking horses than ever
will be up for tho riders, the rolay
races will havo not Icsh than ten
strings of four horses each and there
tv.UI be moro competitors from all
over tho west lit tho steer roping
More than a thousand applications
for ticket reservations havo been re
ceived which Is tho biggest number
ever received at this season for ony
ono of tho former Round-Ups. Many
noted people of national fnmo con
template being present, of which
Secretary of Treasury McAdoo has
already assured the Round-Up that
be will bo present.
Gttn the I la by Krwt.
Children Just ennnot keop covorod
at night nnd thnt Is ono way they
flke cold. Foley's Honoy nnd Tar Is
n rellablo family cough medlclnu thnt
con'alns no oplntes or harmful ln
Kiedlento. Mrs. Wei, I,conard, Potts
vlllo. Pa , write: "My baby hnJ a
very bad cough. The first doso gavo
hor relief " Sold overyvhoro. Adv.
For sign painting sea Kdwards.
8o Kdwards for paper banging.
A dwlrablo bread knlfo freo with
every annual subscription to The
Wont Ads only ONK CKNT n word.
tulc nnd delivery within tho state by
tli manufacturer In original pack
ages only, In quantities and under
regulations which may be provided
by flaw. Until otherwise provided
such sales within the statu shall be
limited to the samo quantity as may
bo Imported, but the samo persons
cannot within any ono period fixed
by law, both Import and buy local
ly." "Prolilbltlon amendment forbid
ding Importation of Intoxicating liq
uor for beverage purposim' Purposo
This Ik a constitutional amend
ment extending tho existing consti
tutional provision, relntlug to tho
prohibition of the manufacture nnd
mile of lutoxlratlng liquor, by nlso
prohibiting the Importation of Intox
icating liquors for beverago pur
pones." Tux l.lmlt Miaurt l.lxtiM.
"Ktatewldo tax nnd Indebtedness
limitation amendment: Purpose
Limiting tax levies of state, county,
municipality or other taxing power
to not more than the total amount
levied the last proceeding )ar, plus
i; per centum thereof, incept for pay.
lllg botnlml ImUilitmltUHM and Inter
tl tburiHin. or by vote of the peo
plo, any IncreHsn so voted excluded
In determining Hiiinequent tax; lim
iting msr to toiiutlwt to Incur In
ilehtmluiNM to $601)0, either volim
tarll) or whim Impotwd by law, m
ept to KiipprMM Imiurrwtluit or r
psl Invasion, or not over 1 per cent
uf wmmhhmhI valuation fur prmamtnt
roiid on Mite, of iwople. and Invali
dating debt, payment and Inxdm ex
mhIIhic audi HmltHlloii
"Hill repHMllHK and ubolUbliiK tUt
HuNilay-clotdiiK Imm ' PurpoiM To rw
ptml miction Star, of lord's Oreniin
Iawm, which problblts tliw keeping
oiwii uf Hiiy Mtoru, simp, grocory,
howling hIIh)'. Millard room or tri
pling limit, for the puriHMwi of lalwr
or tralllc. or any ilact of amuiHiniont
oh Suiida) or the laird's day, oxctipt
Ink thtmtriMt. drug tor, dottir
hoi, undHrtHktm, livery stablwi,
bwtulutrti mid baker, under iwnalty
of ii Mhh uf nut Imm than $5 nor
mero tlmii $ to "
Itental Tii llxplnliieil.
"I'll 1 1 ItMttuI VhIuh Uud fix i.id
HuimiWHkor'H Loan Fund Auieu !
Hinat' Purpoaw A cnBstltutlnuul
iiliMUultiiHiU ilwlarliiK and dntlulUK
tu) pmipln'M Hitir and r1bt: (b)
cltlion' right to tin of land, (e)
publlo owimrslilp of land rent, id)
ptlblle policy uf Orgun; dttUnlng ()
tho word 'laud'; (f) mkthoil of up
praising laud runt: (g land Im
provement, providing for th) lev)
of pormuuunt laud rent tax. (I) pub
llaalloH of iMMhttisiuvut. ij) dullii
quent tax sale; (k) maintenance of
private proity rights: (I) separate
muuMHiiMont of land runt, (in) stuud
lug timber, tu) aaatiuiiut and out
IcuttoH uf tax. lot duty of Gover
nor nail Htale ljiid Hoard: Ip) how
porwmal proxrty and laud Improvo
mentH ma be tsxed by vole of the
people only ql itlstributluu of rev-
.limn ftmiri lii tt tl uii law I et tMt n it
HhIiIuk liomtiiiiaker'a loan fund " . W'K t tho Metropolitan for
Amendment For lVndleton Nor-( ,lml Blllvo or "lr cut. Four chairs
mul School nnd rallying location of j now ready. Adv
dirlnl i State Iutit'itiiua Purposo 1
To privido for Infilling n stnto Nor-, For far.i. land loaa sco J Ryan
tnal School at Pendleton Oregon, up-, service Adv
CUII Serviic ('oiiiimIskIimi Would Ob
tain I.M I'or ClerUhlp.
The r S. Civil Service Comtnls
slon inniiiiuetiM thut a forest nnd field
clerk examination will bo held In
this cltv on August 19, 191rt, to till
vacancies as thoy mny occur In thu
1'oriHrt aud Reclamation servlcos.
The usual entrnnco salary Is $1100
to $1200 per uniiuni. it Is possible
that vatunclivH In the ItwUmutlon
Sen lee may ulno bo nilml from this
examination ut $900 and $1000 par
Appllratlans will not bo accepted
from pervons who do nut show that
they Iirm) had at loast otiu year's uo
tual experience In clerical work In a
buslneiM olllce. A knowledgo of
stunogruphy, typewriting and book
keeping Is required.
llotb men nnd women will bo ad
iiritiiul to this axamlnutlon. but men
nil). bet-Aeon the ages of 18 and 0
jeani. will bo omnia) ml as foriwt
clerks The ago limits nro 18 yearn
or over on tku day of examination.
Perilous who doslro to enter tbi
examination should apply to the Lo
cal ttocntiary, Hoard of Civil Ser
vlott KxHUiloers, al thu postodlM, this
IVE me hospitality befo' the soup
an' a pipe o' VELVET after the
pie an it don't matter much about the n
rest o' the meal.
KKAIj KSTATK TIUNSFKILS. Its. 10-11. blk. 39, Center add, Dend.
friueil by Crook County Alntrnct Co. Henry E. Ruffe aw 20, nw 29-17-
Hend Park Co., to Francis O. Rar-, 14.
num, Its. 10-11, blk. 39, Center add, ' Laura E. McLaughlin to Frank E.
"end. . McLaughlin, Jr., It. 4, blk. 56, Cen-
Hend Park Co. to D. H. Love, It. i ter add. Rend.
17. blk. 7, Lytle add, Bend. I Myrtle S. Thompson to Mrs. Carrie
W. P. Rlhorn to L. II. Wood. Its. ! A. Henrlonnet. It. 19. blk. IS. Park
add, Rend, $1000.
23-24, blk. 19 Imperial.
Henry Harlow to same, It. 14, blk.
2G, Its. 15-16, blk. 30, Imperial.
Jx)uls McDermld to P. W. Brown,
one half InL It. 12, blk. 9, Bend.
First Nat. Bank Black Falls to
same, one half Int. ,ltl2, blk. 9.
The Bend Co. to Bend Park Co.
Matt Kulcsch to Hjalmnr Olson
sat 19-357, It. 4, blk. C, North add,
Rend Park Co. to G. R. Craven
It. 15, blk. 105, First add, Rend
Roofing of all kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
find especial favor with people
Mho appreciate Rood choco
lates because they have n
much smoother cootlnjj than Is
usually found In chocolate).
Reed & Horton
This Ad is
The new JEWELRY firm that Is
to occupy the MCTZIG BUILDING on
OREGON STREET will dive In prlie
a 815.00 GOLD WATCH to the boy
bringlns In the Krentcst number of
niLs to tho storo on opening day, also
n 815.00 GOLD WATCH to the girl
bringing urcntcit number of wis to
tho store on opening day. Save thwo
ads on tliey will bo valuable about
August 1st, the date of opening of tho
NEW JEWELRV STORE IN THE
To mnko our butter the
cleanest and most sanitary, we
havo spont ovor $200 for a
stock of cartons paraflned In
Bid e and out.
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
Carlson J Lyons
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Plumbing & Heating Supplies Hntii Room Acccsnoricfi, etc
PIPE, VALVES AND FITTINGS
PHONE RED 15U1
Iay In your wood supply now at tho following prices:
GREEN 10-INCH WOOD $2.00 PER LOAD
BOX FACTORY WOOD SKJ.50 PER LOAD
DRY 10-INCH WOOl 8"J.B0 PER LOAD
DRY 10-INCH PLANER K.VDS 8-1.00 PER LOAD
THIS INCLUDES FREE DELIVERY
Oregon Transfer Co.
PHONE US NOW-BLACK 451
M&$ SHERWIN-WILLIAMS jJ$
F. DEMENT . CO.
DRY FACTORY WOOD
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPLIT IT
NNOR SAW IT
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Lath, Shingles, Building Material
of all kinds
KILN DRIED FLOORING AND FINISH
IN GRAY IRON AND BRASS
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
PHONE BLACK 741
SPECIAL PRICE FOR
FIVE LOAD ORDERS
Bend White. Pine Sash Co.
WE DELIVER THE BIG LOADS
All Finish Lumber Kiln Dried
Miller Lumber Co.
OFFICE ON OREGON ST.