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THE HKXD BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMnm 1:7, 10
itish Gains in
War Reviewed by Expert
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Uy Kd L. Keen.
(United TrcM Stall Correspondent)
3NDON, Dec. 2G. John Bull
spent a goodly portion of this
applying tho lessons ho learn-
Kio mistakes of 1915 were rather
Ircsslng nt tho time, hut they
red excellent teachers. Heine a
kwnrd pupil, ns always, John
ll had to ho driven, and the proc-
was necessarily painful.
rrom tho Dardanelles to Mcso-
urnln, from Nouvo Chappclle to
Is, from Sofia to Athens, he blun-
cd along, but, as subsequent his-
has tlomonBtratcd, all tho tlmo
airing merit. Out of overy stra-
Be failure, every unfulfilled ox-
tatlon, both military and politic-
ho manngod to learn something
End tho lessons stuck.
rirst of all tho lesson of central-
power In the 'direction of war,
Hntornal government, of domes-
sccoiiomy and of efllciency, thor-
fchly learned, led him to put the
who above all others has dono
Bt for England David Lloyd
srge Into n practical dlctntor-
lp over all those branches of Brit-
Pirn Asqulth cabinet, with Its
luddllng along" fell because Brlt-
publlc opinion, almost solidly
;ncd behind "tho llttlo Wolsh-
in ucmnnucu supromo clflcloncy
I England's fight for life. It was
iractcrlsttc of Lloyd Qcorgc, tho
baker of precedent, that ho should
Iccp away nearly all tho old mln-
crlal authority and substitute for
loosely knit, slow moving, ov-
lotnccrcd cabinet a small, compact
ir council of flvo members and
ko tills fitcp with tho eager ucqul-
fcenco or John null. And John
lil who usually hates newfangled
till, who usually has to bo driven,
lings, showed tho transformation
I his charactor which tho war has
ought by standing behind Lloyd
pin tho Hold of diplomacy wherein
Germans at first cut circles all
mind him, John Is steadily Im
avlng. Ho lost Bulgaria to tho
lied cause, but tho experience ho
quired In that process enabled him
gather In noumanla. Just now,
tho fortunes of war, Houmania
Bpcars to bo a doubtful military as-
it, If not n liability, but at tho tlmo
iqucstlonably tho enlistment of
lis country with tho allies was a
Iplomntlc stroko of first Import-
1 It was entirely characteristic" of
bhn that although ho knew Fritz
id a 40 years' start of him In this
Hillary gamd ho Ignored Fritz'
lothods until thoy wcro forced up-
hlm. But now, thanks to tho
krd knocks of 1015, there Is very
tlo moro thnt Fritz can teach him.
Early In 191C ho adoptod con-
rlptlon. Had It been Introduced a
ar boforo tho war might liavo been
or today. Englishmen hnvo re
WHITES OF JACK
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Glen Ellen, Sonoma Co., Calif.,
December 22. 191C.
tho Editor of the Bullotln:
Today I was Impressed so deeply
id forcibly by a certain number
id tho part It played In the life of
man whom overyono knows, tnat
tnkn nnnn mvsolf tho liberty to
quaint you with tho facts rcgard-
Tho number Is twenty-two, and
o man. no other than JntK ion-
n. I have visited Jack London's
mo town and Valley of tho Moon
uch several times previous to ins
.parturo on this his last trip over
trail uhlcu leads always on-
In 1913. Jnck London wis having
Instructed a home In every senso a
omo according to his light. It was
' heautifui fdlflco built' of native
bilk, and was situated In an ideal
cation. Large redwood trees rose
kajestleally about It, and for a
rkuround thero were the thlcmy
loodod Valley of the Moon moun-
kins, which "were his and re-cnnii-
hicd by him. This home was bo
ng constructed In the center ot nis
1.700 acre ranch. On the 22nd of
ugust of 1913, through an un
nown cause, this building caught
n ilre, leaving nothing "but the rock.
ca shown through this uunainu
i 1913. nnd today I again saw it
tothlng but sad ruins.
r liart the nleaBure of being wim
lack London's nephew, Irving Shop-
ard, who took me on tins tour oi
hannnllnn rtvnr flin OllllrO rOnCll. I
las shown prize hogs, pedigreed
bws, bulls and horses, isever ue
pro have I seen a ranch with such
tnltary buildings for stock. Every-
hlng was built of rocK wnu cuu-
eto floors and tho floors were
rn.i.-ho.i ,iniiv. Before we entered
Eik rnrrnlx U'R BtODOed Ot a Small
louso where we dipped the soles of
ur shoes In a disinfectant to kiu
ny dangerous germs which might
a transmitted to the stock. My
ulfln Informed me of the fact that
tern was one animal not present
Ihlch was Jack London's favorite
12,500 stallion called Ncuaau.
sponded in unprecedented fashion
to tholr king's and country's call
under the voluntary system, but It
was only tho certainty of ultimate
conscription that finally brought tho
enrollment up to flvo million men.
Tho molding of this huge lump of
iiuman raw material into an elnclent
military machno has been n gigantic
task, but its proper equipment has
been n greater.
Llttlo less than -miraculous has
been the development of the muni
tions Industry In this country dur
ing tho last year. From tho start
Britain has been the treasury of
tho allies; now It has become their
nrraory. When Lloyd Gcorgo be
gan turning England's factories into
arsenals tho Germans wero manu
facturing and shooting about ten
Bhells to tho allies' one, Tltcro was
a time when on certain sections of
the battlo line British gunmen wero
limited to four rounds per day. Up
on America and Jnpon Britain was
depending for tho most part for Its
supplies of machine guns, heavy ar
tillery and high explosives. Now
theso conditions nro all reversed.
Moro than 4,000 prlvato firms In
England, 05 per cent of which be
fore tho war had never produced a
gun, a shell nor a cartridge, now
nro turning out munitions of out
sort or another. .
Moreover, England Is not merely
supplying her own big armies. Sho
has had to help out Russia, Franco
nnd Italy, especially tho first named.
It has been largely duo to English
guns nnd English shells that tho
Russians havo been able to put tho
Germans on the defensive. Large
quantities of English munitions
wero sent also to Koumanln, nnd tho
Serbian army would doubtless still
bo fighting for Monastlr had It not
been thoroughly re-cqulppcd by
But this Is not all, Tho munitions
Industry In this country Is constant
ly growing. It the war should con
tinue so long next yoar'B figures
will doubtless dwarf those of 1916
as thoso do last year's.
Giving nil duo credit to tho al
lied strategy in general nnd to
Ilnlg's military genius In particular,
us well as to tho admitted Improve
ment of Tommy as a fighting propo
sition, and tho present superiority
of tho British air service, thero Is
aftor all only ono answer for tho re
cent successes along tho Sommo and
tho Ancro munitions. Tho 'lessons
of Yprcs, Nouvo Chuppolle and Loos
havo beon well learned.
There Is one realm In which Brit
ain didn't havo to tako any lessons.
As a hanker John Bull Is not merely
comfortably well-heeled; ho ls.an
expert. Tho British government,
despite Its average expenditure of
125,000,000 a day slnco tho war be
gan, besides tho tremendous con
tributions ma do to Its friends, has
had no difficulty nt nil In raising suc
cessive loans both at homo and In
j America and at reasonable rates.
This beautiful nnlmul died on Octo
ber 22, 191C.
With mo nnd Mr. Sheppard was
a Mr. F. C. Hanker from Wostwood,
California. Ho, Ilka myself, was on
a vacation and this tour through
Mr. London's ranch was a treat be
yond duplication, At ono o'clock
w wnrn Hnrvod luncheon In Mrs.
Sheppnrd's homo. Mrs. Sheppard
Is tho superintenueni oi tno rancn
and, also, Jack London's sister.
Aftor luncheon wo wero told to
roam around to do whatever we
felt like dolnK. There was enough
to do. Throughout the houso wero
trophies which- Mr. London hat;
gathered from tho far corners ot
ilm world. Nowhoro In tho houso
wore theso trophies In profusion
they blennou in nnrmoniousiy wmi
thn color scheme, and gavo that
homo that certain something which
mado you feol It was different, out
only In n pleasing way.
What Interested me keenly were
Jack London's books the set was
a complete autographed collection
of all his writings, ah oi meso
books contained a short greeting to
hla "dear sister Eliza" a greeting
couched in words that bespoke Lou
don's characteristic wholo-hcarted
stylo of rhetoric.
During the entlro day It rained
with Intermittent snatches of sun
shine. Wo minded this not at nil,
for we were fully togged out In wat
orproof slickers. I nad ono which
Jack Loudon wore while ho was In
Alaska and on his voyage In tho
i,nrV Mr. Hanker had on a pair
of boots loaned him for the occas
ion, which had felt the touch or
many strange lands. That theso ar
ticles of wearing apparel had a his
tory we knew not at first. But soon
we wore made awaro of what thoy
were and whero thoy had been by
such Incidents as an extra heavy
shower or an especially muddy spot
in i,A fmll uhlrh hrnneht forth
elucidating remarks from our host
which mado us feel proud that tne
rain was falling and that the road
On our return to Glen Ellen wo
walked on a trail leading through a
dense eucalyptus grpve. On leaving
this grove of trees we came to a
pretty knoll. It was here we met
with our greatest surprise. Mr.
Irving Sheppard remarked, "Now
let me show you where my Uncle
Jack Is sleeping his last sleep. Ho
led us to tho top of tho knoll nil
was natural, trees, old musty leaves,
bushes and Just ono big, rough r6ck.
Under that plain rock, which had
been tho corner stone of tho houso
thnt might havo Decn It "the worst
had been tho best," rested the dust
thnt once breathed tho nlr of this
Valley of tho Moon, tho valley he
loved and called his home when
from foreign pilgrimages ho return
ed. Tho last twenty-two In Jack Lon
don's careor ended his earthly jour
neys. Ho passed Into the Great Be
yond on the 22nd of November. As
I stood there, cap in hand, admiring
tho nnturulness of It all, I could
not restrain myself from saying,
"By the turtles of Tnsman, what n
Very sincerely yours,
GEO. E. GEARY.
P. S. I had formed tho Impres
sion from reading newspaper artic
les that Jack London's dust was
thrown to tho breezes to bo wafted
whither they blew but It Is not
so, for they rest in n concrete box
with that big, rough stono standing
sentinel on tho knoll overlooking
the 'allcy of tho Moon.
i G. E. G.
DOCTORS TO RATE
THE MORAL STATUS
OF BIRTH CONTROL
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
lly George Martin.
(United Pra Stall Corrrtpondent.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 26. John S.
Sumner, Anthony Comstock's suc
cessor ns arbiter of Gotham's mor
als, can't docldo whothcr birth con
trol Is n vlco or u virtue.
Sumner has put it up to tho New
York County Medical society, which
Is Itself divided three ways on tho
point nnd promises to stugo it live
ly fight at today's discussion ot tho
subject that Mrs. Margaret Sanger
It tho disagreeing doctor men
don't tell Mr. Sumner whether he Is
Mrs. Sanger's friend or hor enemy
today, Now York's Comstocklau vlco
censor Just won't know what to do.
It Is Mr. Sumner's dcslro not to
bo directly quoted In tho matter, but
It has been discreetly nnd modestly
Intimated that tho attltudo ot tho
Society for tho Prevention of Vlco
toward birth control will bo Influ
enced by what tho doctors say to
day. Tho Medical socloty has been pull
lug and hauling around tho subject
for a year, taking It up and dropping
It suddenly Severn! times.
Tho situation today reveals ono
faction of tho socloty favoring a
resolution advocating tho right for
physicians to give ndvtco to married
mou on tho subject of birth control
nnd to n tno ml tho stuto law that pro
hibits dissemination of such Infor
mation. Another faction Is oppos
ed to having anything to do with tho
subject while n third Is opposed to
tho society Inking any action ns a
society regarding tho change in tho
Should tho society doclnro In fav
or of birth control education by
physicians it would presont sovernl
unlquo situations. Probably It
would bo tho first medical society to
tuko such n radical step. It would
ho a big boost for Mrs. Sangor, who
has been nlllclully howled down all
over tho country, and It would, If
Sumner doos ns ho has Intimated ho
will do, link tho Now York nntl-vlc-crs
hand In hand with Mrs. Sangor,
whoso nctlvllloH have been denounc
ed by many courts, Including tho
U. S. federal court of tho Now York
district, ns not nt all proper or vir
tuous. Tho outcomo of today's meeting Is
being watched closely by tho proH
nnd nntls of birth control through
out tho country; and pnrUculnrly by
Mrs. Sangor und hor lloutonants, In
asmuch as Mrs. Sanger's trial on tho
chargo of operating a "nuisance" In
hor birth control clinic, which comes
up early In January, Is moro or Iobs
looked upon as a battle royal bo
tweeu the two factions.
IS SPIRITED AWAY
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Deschutes county's second Christ
mas bride was kidnapped last night.
Just when Henry C. Hondrlckson, the
groom, had almost given up hopo or
finding her, friends arrived with the
girl at the office of Justice of the
Peace J. A. Eastes, and the wedding
ceremony was performed. Miss Bessie
Porter was the bride.
Plans had been mado by tho young
couple to leave on the evening train'
for points oil the John uay river,
but practical Jokers Interfered, and
Miss Portor was spirited away In an
auto and not brought back until the
train had whistled out. Mr. and Mrs.
Hondrlckson left tho city this morn
ing. Tho wedding was- not only Des
chutes county's first Christmas mur
riage ceremony, but the first nuptials
here on a lleens made out In the
new county. The permit was Issued
Saturday by County Clerk J. II. Ha
nor. rillltVH'H HUM) FOR HAIIY
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Funeral service r held yes
terday morning for the Infant
daughtor of Mr and Mrs. Seth
Stookey. of this illy Interment was
made in Mt Hope cemetery
APPOINTEES OF COUN
TY COURTTAKE OATH.
, It. Itmicr, Clerk, First to (Jlo
Bond Others Must Furnish
Surety by Saturday Va
cancies in Crook.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Now Deschutes county officials,
appointed yesterday morning by tho
county court, qualified fur office,
taking tho oath of office beforo tho
court nt tho afternoon session of
that body yesterday. They will hnvo
until Saturday to fllo tho bonds re
quired by law. So far J. II. Hnnc'r,
county clerk, Is tho only one to huvo
given bond, having offered tempor
ary surety for tho $10,000 required
In order thnt county business might
begin without delay.
Sheriff S. E. Roberts has tho
heaviest bond ot all tho officials, be
lug compelled to give $10,000 for
tho olllco ot sheriff proper, while
J30.000 Is required for tho Included
olllco ot tax collector. Ot tho as
sessor, W. T. Mullnrkey, $5,000 Is
required, nnd ot tho treasurer, Clyde
M. McKay, $10,000.
Deschutes county Is not tho only
ono In Central Oregon In which ap
pointments of tho chief officials aro
bolng mndo by tho county court, for
two ot tho new Deschutes otllclnlH,
Gcorgo S. Young, surveyor, and El
mer Nlswongor, coroner, would
hnvo occupied tho sumo ofllces In
Crook county, had It not been tor
their appointment hero, as both had
qualified lu Crook count following
tholr olectlon. With their resigna
tions In Crook, two vacancies thero
are created which will hnvo to bo
filled by appointment nt tho opening
session ot tho Crook county court,
Another session of tho now court
was hold in tho council chambers of
tho O'Kano building this nfternoon.
Tho question of quarters for tho
county government wns dlsctiBsed,
and tho plaiiB of Louis DOezer, So
attlo architect, In regard to an ex
tension of tho First Nntlounl Bank
building us a possible solution of tho
problem, were explained to tho
AIDS TOURIST TRADE
Phil Hates Visits Bond and SajN tho
IjWO.OOO BUI Will Carry.
(From Frldny's Dally Bulletin)
On his final tour of tho statu bo
foro tho convening of tho 1917 legis
lature, Philip S. Bares, secretary of
tho Oregon Editorial association, was
lu tho city today enlisting support
for tho $50,000 which Ift being asked
ot the legislature by tho Pacific
Northwost Tourist nsoclatlou for tho
purpose of advertising Oregon, Wash
ington and British Columbia to tho
Mr. Hates paid that ho had every
hope of the measure carrying, In
spite of tho six per cent tax Increase
limit, voted at tho last general elec
tion, and believed thnt n majority
of tho legislators nro nlrcndy lu fa
vor of It.
Hoofing of nil kinds, Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
CorniccB and Skylights.
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTHES, SILK HHKSSIM, Ktc.
"PUT YOUR DUDS IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEA.MNQ
THAT HE LOST $30
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
That $30 was taken from him
while ho was In nn Intoxicated con
dition was tho assertion ot .lames
Fcrrell, laborer, In the municipal
court before Judgo II. C. Ellis this
morning, when ho entered n plea of
guilty to a charge of druukonuess.
Ho was arrested Saturday night nt
the Depot hotel. Ferroll was In soro
need ot tho monoy, for Judgo Ellis
sentenced htm to the payment ot n
$25 flue, and 10 days In Jail.
Another money loss was reported
last night to Olllcer Frank Culp,
when n boy of about 14 complained
that he had been held up while on
his way to his home across the riv
er, and thnt $3 hail been taken from
him. His description of tho rob
ber was somewhat hazy, but ho ad
mitted that his assailant had no
Chief of Pollco Nixon wns doubt
ful ub to tho veracity of the boy's
story, and tho tad disappeared be
fore his name could bo secured.
ARE EVENLY SPLIT
(From Tuesdny'g Dally.)
(lly United I'reM to The I). lly llulletln)
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2C Tho
first light to come beforo tho Indi
ana legislature when It nieetH on
January S will bo In tho senate
when 25 Republicans nnd 25 Dem
ocrats will light for control and pnt-
roungo of tho upper houso.
This Is tho second tlmo In Indi
ana's history thnt tho senate has
been equally divided between tho
two parties, ns there was u similar
situation lu 1879.
Prohibition will bo one ot tho
principle questions to come boforo
tho legislature. A bill calling for
statewide prohibition will bo Intro
duced. Other propositions coming
up are the calling ot a constitutional
convention, tho creation ot n statu
highway commission, reformation ot
tax laws, provision for use ot tho
budget system In statu and counties,
provision for tho nppolntmont at n
business manager for cities, limited
woman suffrago, tho "blue sky" law.
ENGLAND NOT READY
FOR PEACE DECLARED
Mi. .1. 1). Untldsnu, of Bond, Be
eches Letter From Mister In
Ton n In Great Britain.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
That tho spirit of tho British peo
ple Is not lu favor of pence, but rath
er favors tho continuation ot war to
a decisive end, Is shown lu a lettor
Just received by Mrs. J. I), Davidson,
Dominance does not mean monopoly, not leadership, not control by
holding a club over the people whereby combination or trust methods
und high prices are demanded, control by a combination of several
firms, or a society of dentists, but domlnniicu iliw" mean ns Is our
method, freo from society agreements or exclusive processes, and
Is supported by public recognition of tho high ilasit work and stand
ing of our firm. This method Ih tho iiipl)meut of publicity Hint
Is both nntlounl nnd Intensive. Such publicity brings uh not only
a volume of business, which Is, of course, tho primary purpose, but
It brings stability on account of funilllnrUIng the public with our
class of work, which Is u guarantee of future putronnRo, and ll hrlngH
security, us tho public gulim confldenco lu uh. If nil dontlstB were
narrow-minded, ethlral, society or trust dentists, how could thn
common people, with nil other high-priced commodities nnd high
cost of living, think of saving their teeth? But, having In our
midst the King Boo DuntlstH, advertising nnd doing work nt such
reasonable prices nnd for tho wry beet of work, mcrlletl by imiu',
even In these times you nro ubln to save your teeth, or get new ones.
Wo clulm It Is u blessing for tho people nt largo Hint all dentUtit
do not allow tholr suclcty ethics to dletato and that there nro some
of us who uro willing und cupnblo by our experience, largo practice
und modern methods to do all first clnss work nt such very low
prices. Our experience and equipment onubleH us to do better
dentistry nt modoruto prices and without (win. Wo mako U-ctli that
fit mid look natural.
Our artificial teeth fcliotv "Knniiu-I Marking" llko Hum In nuturat
Hli and tllffUNO Hie rcfliftisl light at natural tevth do, and when
k-t up In our HPECIAL CONTINUOUH (JUM, NATURAL COLORED
VluYVlW, they ilivrho thn '), an n putlrnt Mdd, "Why, It It Juki
l.ko hating my own teeth hack again."
Do not put off getting yourself a good set of tenth. No niUfltM.
IVo do not grind und cut thura to pieces lo make them articulate,
tut wu repluco your tooth ns they grew or regulute tho Irregularities
to suit you. Our plates do not fall down. We want you suited bo
foro you pay your money.
Tour mother, grandmother or wife might appreciate a now set
of good teeth for Xmas. Tho very best rubber plates 10.00 no
more, no loss.
i'-K. (iold Crowns W Enamel Filling l
Porcelain Crowns . W !.K. Mold llrtiln T III .
HHut Filling" 91
We (ixtract teeth palnloss nnd free, when other work Is ordoren,
nnd do all klndn of first class, high grade work. All treatments
Handled with skill, dispatch nnd accuracy and nt the lowest uomIIiIu
cost, consistent with llrst cluw work. Courtly U hXUiulwl to nil
und your work dono correctly, us the doctor In charge gives his
personal attention to each Individual lase.
1 am willing to go before a notury and sweur to the following
Statement: "The King Dentists hnv' iiuale over teeth after l,
ERV DUNT1KT IN IIU.VU sIhio our arrival here und at about oiio
hulf the prlco demanded by them. nd in each ease our twilh havo
given prefect satisfaction. UH A C KU0,M'
" Professions! Manager.'
Lady Assistant Always in Attendance.
King Bee Dentists
Don't forEst to come to the Moose Carnival and recelvo a Free Drsw-
lg on our beaut tul 1100 00 Saddle
OVER POrf-101'l'ICi:. REND, ORrXJO.V
DR. A. C. 1'HOOM, Profi-KKlonal Manager.
Hours H.llO A. M. lo H!IO l M. Hundns, O to ft.
of this city, from n sister living lu
Newcastle on the Tync, In England.
She asserts that tho Allies are Just
ready for war, and that pence has
entered Into tholr minds.
Tho letter states that now armies
are constantly forming, and dunlen
that the drain on tho English popu
lation, caused by tho wnr has caused
any deterioration In tho quality of
recruits being mustered to tho col
ors. "Tho Allies were not prepared
at the beginning of tho wnr," Mrs.
Davidson's sister writes, "but now
thoy nro prepared, and thoy mean
business. There H not tho least sign
nor thought of peace."
Foreshadowing tho reeont nctlon
of Prestdont Wilson, Is tho Intima
tion that sooner or later, tho United
States would havo to tnko n hand in
affairs, possibly acting not only ns u
mediator, but ns a participant.
Coughed Fifteen Ycnrx.
Coughs that hang on nnd grow
worso lu tho night nro rollnvcd by
Foley's Honey and Tar. H. F. Hall.
Mabe, Vn., writes: "For 15 years I
wns afflicted with a troublesome
bronchial cough oud Irritation ot tho
throat. Foley's Honey nnd Tnr re
lieved mo; and after taking ono bot
tlo tho cough ceased." Sold ovory
For Blgn painting bco Edwnrds.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given Hint thn
County Court ot tho State nt Oregon,
tor Crook county, has appointed O.
C. Hcuklo ns administrator of tho
estate of Robert R. Hunklo, deceased.
All persons hnvlug claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present tho saiuo, duly verified, with
proper vouchers, within six months
from tho dnto ot this notice, to said
administrator, nt his office lu tho
Log Cabin building, In Bend, Crook
Dated nnd first published this nth
tiny of December, 191C.
O. C. HENICLE, Administrator.
REDMAN & MOORE,
Attorneys for Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Interior, U. fl.
Land Olllco nt The Dalles, Oregon,
December 4, 19 1G.
Notice It hereby given thnt George
H. Whltnkor, ot Laldlaw, Oregon,
who, on June 28, 1013, mado Home
stead Entry. No. 011833, for HWVl
SE4, Section 33, Township 16 South,
Rnugo 1 1 Hast, Willamette Meridian,
has tiled notice ot Intention to makn
Final Three Year Proof, to estab
lish claim to tho land above de
scribed, before H. C. Ellis, U. 8. Com
missioner, nt Bend, Oregon, on tho
13th day ot January, 1917,
Clnlmnnt names ns witnesses: ,
James I). Donovan, ot Bond, Ore-