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IIKNI) IIUfTiKTin, 1IKNI), OUIMON. Tlfl'ltHDAY, AVllW tin, 1017.
Building Activity in City
Making Good April Showing
Illvor Torrnco, two $1300 liutiRnlowM
owned by J. Itynn, In llond View,
nml n 3C00 frumo dwelling by O. A,
llotiRlnr, In 1'ark addition,
Hirudin Higher Oriwlo.
Other bullillnitN oltlior unitnr con
Htrnctlori, nr soon to bo started urn
a 13000 storn and residence In Ken
wood by Mm, V, I,. Holmes, ft nil a
11000 dwelling by Mary K. Hastes
In I no orlffliinl town or llond,
While the nutnbnr of permits bo
Iiik tnknn out lit not an liinto as lout
fall, tlmy aro on an average, for
higher clitHH structures, and tba or
gregatn expenditures, contractor
believe, will tin coiiHldnrnbly Kroatnr
during tlm 1017 building season,
than In tlm season of 1910.
Mnviumttit of realty, duo nlmoiit
directly to tho lato spring, In some,
what alow, operator declare, but a
mold Increase of business la looknd
for within tho unxt month.
Despite Miflli ndvorsn rouilltloiiH an
4hn plunging of tho country Into
war, and a Into spring, llond build
Iiik U showing n healthy upward
trend, nnd alroady In thin month 32
building permit hnvo been Issued,
representing Investment totnllliiR
H7.M0. Woven buildings of tho
total, will represent tho major part
of tbn expenditure, $44,000, tho bal
ance being for small Improvement
on already existing buildings, and
for aback nnd cabins,
Tho Urgent permit taken out I
tint for tho llond Amatour Athlittla
gymnasium, whlln l'hllllp Ilrooka'
ISOOO permit for tho now garugo on
AVall street, In next In nlxn. Otlinr
prnpartlcn which will ndd to rlty
value aro n $3000 dwallliiR and (tun
for $3000, being put up by Charles
A. Carroll In Illvor Tnrrnco, n $1000
1 house by II, llllllnrd, nnd nu $1X00
bungalow by I'. Thordarnou, both In
iiprnr mi? . .-. .
TORMAL WARNING GIVEN ALIENS IN COUNTY
Under the proclamation of tint I'rcftldfnt of tlntr. April O, 11)17, It U
unlawful for alien cnenilr to Imvn In thrlr iioaar-aaloii tbn follow Iiik articles!
An firearm, ruxn, or Implrmrut of vtnr, or romponriil part
thereof, nminiuiltlon, nmilni or other Mlrnrrr, bomb or expltmlvr,
or material uwcil In tbn mamifarturtt of explosive! nny aircraft or
vrlrrlr nppurntux, or any form of signaling dovlrr, or nny form
of cipher omIo, or any paper, ilocumcnt, or bintk written or printed
In rlphrrt or In wlilrli lliero may ho liitMhln writing.
I nm rrtietMl by tho 1'nllril Hlntr Attorney to pulilUli notice of tho
-nlxnm In nil tho ncwupopeni within till county, anil to plnen tbn Informa
tion In tho hand of nil Ihn Hllrn officer, Ilin sheriff and III drputlm
Mllliln the county, nnd to further notify all Allen oriemle within thin county
to bring to either pollen hrvadunr1cn of nny town or city, or to tho offlco
of tlitValierttf, Mild them nurrrmlrr Hiiy nml nil article) wlilcli It 1 uiiluwful
for them to hnvn In their m.cIoii under thn above) provlnloii,
Tbn police offlcem or aherlff will gUn to you a receipt for such Article
or article surrendered, und nl Ilin rloao of war auclt article will be returned
I Am further reinrtel to give notice thnl Any Allen enemy who fallM
In Nurrender audi nrtlrln wllliln Ul bourn after audi puhllo notice, will !e
nuhjert to summary arreal If audi nrtlrln almll Im found In hl poeloti
Mild nil nut-It nrtlclen will be aclieri and forfeltexl to thn un of llic United'
Therefore, nil nllen euemlen within DenrhuteN County, Oreitou, nre hem
tiy given public notice of thn provllon of thn pnclnmntion of tbn I'mildrut
jiImivo referred I to, nnd nrn hereby notified to nurrrnder to tbn nhrrlff or to
thn pollen offlcem of nny city or town In tbn county within -I bourn ntter"
Ihn publication of thin notice, nny nrtlrln that you mnr hnvn In lour hoohmic
Ion nnmed In thn forrKoluic, nml uolen you do nurrender nurh article within
who, on July IS, 1013, mndo Ifoinn
Htond Kutry No. 011000, for H'A
Nlfl't, NWU NK'i. NH HV,
N BMW, BWi BH', floe. 32 J
NWVJ HV, Hoc. 33, towmihlp 20
Hiiutli, ruiiKo 10 uaat, Wlllnmotto
Morldluu, linn fllod notice of Inten
tion to iimkn flnnl throo-yonr proof,
to ontnlillHli claim to thn land nbova
dencrlhad, buforn If. 0. Hllli, U. B.
Commlxilonar, fit llond, OraRon, on
tho 10th day of May, 1017.
Claimant nnnics an wltnoxxoa:
Itobort O. ItugRall, Karl Ituminll,
fltanloy Brnlth, John Kdwardx, nil of
Mllllcan, Oh-Kon; William A. Hnr
rli, of llond, Orccon.
11. FItANIC WOODCOCK,
Hii:riAii ciTV KiiKmo.N notick.
fllU of Orrson, Cuuntx of DrMhutM, City
Ol Itolvi, M.
Notk It hrrtbr ulrrn that xUI tlxtlon
Will b Mil In tha Cllr of lUtul. IVMrhufea
CcHintr, Ornren. en Moiwlar. to-wlti .() 3Clh
dr at April. A. l.. 1(17, Utwrrn lh w-ur
of I o'clofk A. M, anil I o'clock I. M. rh
valine Ik In uld eltr for Mid tlxtMn
bill U kl th haw hauM l lh cornrr of
MlnnrwU i,mw nj t ro4.
Th Judjtr and CUrki of uU tttlon ihll
b at fellewat
ClriU M. MfKav. rkalrman. 3. V. Arnl.l
ft. A. IUfti. JihIfm nr rt.iAM. UL'.I...
ald time, you nrn hereby notified thai you will Im aubject to nrrent noil tho ' ''"uon. IUr a. UmWrton, Clrrka of Klrc.
NOTICK FOH I'UIIMCATION.
(;. B. Land Offlco at Tho Ualloi, Oro
Ron, March 0, 1017.
Notice la hereby Rlvon that flam
uol It, HoRln, whoiio pout offlco nil
drom la Hand, OroRon, did, on tho
18th day or April, 1010, file In thin
offlco Bworn Htntomout and Applica
tion, No. 01CDC8, to purchnio' tho
BWt BW4, Boctlon 28, Township
16 South, ItaiiRo 11 Kaat, Wlllamotto
Morldlnti, nnd tba timber thereon,
under tho provisions of tho act of
Juno 3, 1878, nnd nets nmondatory,
known as tbn "Timber and Btouo
Law," at such valuo as mlRht bo fixed
by npprulsomcnt, and that, pursu
ant to such application, tho land and
timber thereon hnvo boon appraised
Ono Hundred Dollars, tho timber esti
mated 1200 fence posts at Cc, $60.00,
and tho land $40 00: that said ap
plicant will offer final proof In sup
port of hht application and sworn
statement on tho 18th day of May,
18$ 7, before H. C. Kills, U. 8. Com
missioner, nt llond, OroRon.
Any person Is at liberty to protest
this purchase boforo entry, or Initi
ate n contest at any tlnio boforo pat
ent Issues, by flllnR a corroborated
affidavit In this offlco, alleRlnR facta
which would defeat tho entry.
II. KHANK WOODCOCK.
2-1 Sp. HoRlstor,
forfeiture nnd ronfUcatlou of jour property.
II. II. IIKAIUMOXI), IM.trlrt Attorney.
ACTION IN OH'KltINO I'llKK V,.
ti:u itm food nu:i'Aiu:i.
XIZHH UAHDKNH, MltlNOrl ttl.M.
mnt fhosi kxkcutivi:.
(From Monday's Dally,)
CommoudltiR thn action taken by
tk llend Water. MrIiI A Fower Co.,
tkrouRh Its manager, T. II. Foley, In
allowing free wnter for back yard
Knnlens In tha food pmpnrodnosH
movomeiit, Uovernor J nines Withy
combo has written to Mr. Foley pruts
Iiik tho stand tnken by tho local com
pany. -'Ills letter, received today, Is
"Tho Public Bervloo commission
'fc.-has Just shown ma your telegram
received in reply to tha (suRRostlon
which It sent nut, that tho water
Jt norvlco corporations had a patriotic
opportunity for sorvlco In making
special Irrigation rates to school
children for vacant lot and back yard
Intonslvo farming, with a view to
bolplng Inoreasa tho uallonnl food
supply, 1 seo that you buvo gone
tho aiigRcfltlon ono bettor nnd stand
ready to glvo freo water sorvloo for
tiuah tiso, nnd that In addition you
will nlso supply free soed.
"1 want to coiiRratulato you heart
lly upon tho splendid patriotic action
you nro Inking. It Is a notablo ox
nmplo for a public sorvlco corpora
tion to set and It should hnvo n flno
tto wide effect. Ah I had first
uuggostod tho possibility of milking
apodal water rntoH for tho boys and
KlrlH gardens, I feel espoclally In
terested In tho project, and um sin
cerely Rratltled at tha good load you
havo act In tha promises.
"I think tha pooplo of llond tiro to
be congratulated upon tha oppor
tunity which Is given thorn through
your company's puhllo spirited notion,
and I trust that full ndvantugo will
., bo taken of It."
WINS PRACTICE GAME
BEND RIFLES EFFECT
II. A. A. C. Will Hnvo Four Com
panion to Drill Under Army I teg.
ulnllona Frliirn In Captain.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Tha. llond Itlflos. thn marching
division of tha llond Amatour Ath
letic club, was formed last night at
a meeting held at tho Kmblom club.
Although there was only.a small at
tendance, officers wero elected and
(drilling will probably begin next
week. It Is Intended to cnnsolldato
all enlistments for tha tlma being
tinder ono company, with Frank It.
Trluce. captnln, nnd Carl A, John
son, first nnd second lieutenant. Tho
plnn na outlined provides for four
Bald lctlen U calM and hfld for voting
Hton In aduptlen or rJctlon of a rrrtaln
mnJmit to ih charUr of th Cltr of IWnd,
adopt. br tht Common Council and r-f-rrrj
by tha Common CouncU to tha voUra of tha
Kald rmpoM.t amandmmt la prlnM In
paniphlat form by tha city and copUa mailed
to..nrrr. ,'l olrT "IUln tha city ohm
aiMrtaa U known, and ald pamphln can U
had at th offlc of tha racordrr of aald city
Tha rrrwral purpo. of aald chartar amand
manl b aiprMMd In tha ballot tlUa tharafor
B'Kipir.1 ojr ma ixmrm,n Council and which
will apiwar uiun tha ballot In tha following
IIKr'KltltKU 11V TIIK COVtMO.V COUNCIU
'?i.,,,U.8,,Jon 4 ,,.l oLChaplrr t
of lha City of IU-o.1 U'amandad aS na to pro
lda a mrihod for lha Improrrmant of any
tri, allay or public way, or any portion of
any -.tract, allay or public way, and to pro
vloa a method far aaaaulna; tha ct thereof
Upon lha property benefited thereby.
VOTK Y3 OK NO,
DateJ thU Uth day of April. A. DM tIT.
. . . C CAUIWKI.U
Mayer of lha Otly of llend. Deaahutra
, , II. C KI.LIH.
City lteerder of the City of llend, Dea-
ehulca County, Oracen,
companies, onch unit to bo under tho ,.,.,.,, riTV ... I!(Tmv viTir.u'
regular discipline of tho U. 8. army, '" '" 1T r.MICTIO.N .NOTICK.
manual of arms.
Cut Thin Out If Worth Money.
DON'T MIBB THIfl. Cut out this
slip, enclose with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2K.1G Bhoffleld Ave., Chicago, 111.,
writing your nnmo and address dour
ly. You will recolvo In return a trial
packago containing Foley's llonoy
nnd Tar Compotlud for coughs, colds
and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, and
Foley Cathartic Tablets, 8old every
Stata of Oregon, County of Deaahutra, Ctty
of llend. u.
Nallca la hereby given that a apeclal clea
tlun will U held In tha City of Hand, Dcachute
county, Oregon, on Monday, to-wlti tha SOth wurtU
Produce All the Garden Stuff You Can
in your back lot. Make a garden this year. Have your own peas,
beans, radishes, lettuce and onions. Everybody will be doing it
this year. Do your bit.
The City Authorities say Clean Up Your Premises
We have a complete line of Hoes, Rakes, Spades and Shovels. Get
what you need now.
We carry the largest line of
garden tools of any firm in
Central Oregon. You'll want
to be making your garden soon
Grab The Fly
We received this week the most extensive line of Trout Flies ever
handled in Central Oregon. You can mlike a selection
from the hundreds of varieties carried by us. We
will help you to make the best selection.
BEND HARDWARE COMPANY.
day oY April, A. D ltT, between tha boura of
S o'clock. A, M. and S o'clock. I'. M. Tne
voting place In aald city for aald election ahall
be at tha haa houaa at tha corner of Mlnnt
acta avenua and Lava .road.
Tha Judgra and Clerk, of election of aald
election ahall be aa follow,: Clyda M. Mc
Kay, ehalrman ; J, K. Arnold, K, A, Bather,
Judrea of ISectloni Walter Kerguaon, Kay
O. Unlerua, Clcrka of Ktectlon.
Sahl election la tailed and held for voting
upon tha adoption or rejection of a certain
amendment to tha charter of lha city of llend,
adopt! by lha common aeuneU and referred
by tha cwnmofl aounall to tha volci of tha
Id Drotxiaed amendment la netat.l n t em.
phWt form by tha atty and aooiea I tailed In
every legal voter within tha liy w!hh ad
dreaa la known, and Mid pamphlet can ba
had at lha effra of tha recorder of Mki city
Tha general purport of aald charter amend
ment la Vxpreaaed in tha ballet title tnvrvfor
adopted by tho common council and which
wUI appear upon tha ballot In tha following
IlEFRKED DY THE COMVJOH COtWClU
Shall Chapter XXI of tha Charter of tha
City of IWod. Oeachutaa County. Oregon, be
amended by adding thereto a aection to be
designated "Seetion SI," and thereby ratify,
approve and validaU certain warrant tndebt
edneaa. In tha iuiii of alxtaen thouaand. aaren
hundred and aerenteen tollara and twenty
fir crnU (ttC717S). together with later
eat thereon at atz () per centum per annum
from tha data of registration of aald war
ranu. aa mora fully deacribed In Ordlnanc
No. . paaaed and approved on tba Uth day
of April. A. D.. HIT, and authoriia and direct
tha common council to Uaue funding bonda
In tha name, for and upon the credit of aald
city, in tha aggregate principal mm of av
enleea thouaand. five hundred dollar I1T,I091
aald bonda to be dulgnated "Ending llond,",
to be dated April t. 1IT, due April 1. IM7.
redeemable In numerical order. In equal an
nual amounta. aa near aa may be, commenc
ing April I, 1. and bear Interval at a rata
not to exceed aU (() per centum per annum,
payable aeml-annually April I and October
1, for tha purpoaa of cancelling, paying and
redeeming aaid outstanding, due and unpaid
warrant Indcbtedneaa, together with aald In
terest thereon to thai daU of payment of
said warrants, and prwfd for tha Irey nod
collection of a direct annual ad valorem tax
upon all tha taxabla property In aald cltr. la
addition to all ether taxes, sufficient to mate
a fund with which to pay the Interest wi aaJd
bonda and tha principal thereof ororatly
whan and aa the asm become due. and author
It and direct the exchange of aald bonds,
dollar for dollar, for a Ilka amount of aald
warrant Indebtedness and tha Interest there
on, or the sal thereof by the common council
at public or private aale, upon such terms
and in such manner aa may b deemed to the
beat Interests of tba city, and without further
authorisation by tha volar of the city 5 and
repeal all parts or tha charter In conflict with
said Section II of Chapter XXI t
VOTE YES OR NO.
Dated this lth day of April. A. D 117.
S. a CALDWELL.
Mayor of the City of Bend. Dtacfautea
It. C. ELLIS,
City Recorder of the City of llend. Da.
chute County, Oregon.
notici: von puiu.icatio.v.
Drpnrtmont of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Offlco nt Tho Dnllus, Oro
Ron, April G, 1917.
Notice Is horoliy kItoii that I).
Maurlco Iluntur, of Mllllcan, OroRon,
(From Monthly's Dnlly.)
In n nractlco kiwio played yoater-
riny afternoon lit ttio llond hall pnrk,
tho offlco forco from Tho Hhovlln
lllxon Company defeated tho Ilrooks-
Bcanlon offlco mon, 7 to 1,
DaiiKlitor In Torrllilo Hlmpc.
A. Mltoholl, Ilantlntl, Ky., writes:
'My dnuRhtor was In torrllilo shapo
Iwlth kldnoy trouble I Rot hor to
Itnko Kalny Kidney IMUh nnd ho Is
jompiotoiy ourod." Foley Kiunoy
rlllu utroiiRthen wonk, doranKad kld-
Jioys; correct hladdor troubles; Btop
rnoumailo pains and Imokuclio; ro-
jovo ooro muscles nnd Btlff Joints,
jiu ovorywiioro, Auv,
You havo n rluht to
that wo sea to It that your
money flnilB tho Kroatoat pur
chasliiR power, and that you
goods for thu monoy you pay.
wo pay to this plan la what Is
building for us u big buulnoss,
tho suvlnir may be, It will
Wo'll do our best for
'il I H I B I H
Pleases the Whole Family
Wo want to show you n remarkable new invention we havo received direct from
'Tho World's Greatest Separator Factory". It's more than a machine it's a
family institution. Tho New Sharpies is the only separator whoso operation may
safely bo entrusted to any member of tho family.
Every old-stylo separator has a constant inflow of milk but a changing speed
Every member of tho family turns at a difTerent rate. Whenever the speed falls,
tho reduced separating force is unablo to properly handle tho milk. A lot of tho
cream escapes into tho sliim-rnilk--goes to tho pigs and calves.
Separator gets all tho cream at any speed. It varies tho inflow of
milk in exact proportiqn to the skimming forcealways just right
for perfect separation.
Tho capacity increases when tho crank is turned faster. Tho daughtercan us
a slow, easy speed say 35 times a minute. The father can spin tho crank as
fast as ho pleases nnd hurry tho milk through. At all tho speeds, tho Suction
feed Separator delivers cream of even quality.
Brother ha9 only to tilt a forty-quart can of milk into tha knee-high supply can.
No heavy lifting ; no straining of back or arms.
Mother finds tho slender tubular bowl easy to handle und easy to dean.
There nro no fussy discs to get bent, lo3t or mixed up.
Bring tho folks In to seo how this new machine works. It will Dlcaao the
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AI tSsffL K ml
11 IBrFtl W ' mV
9b oaa-Ut lupply can taty U Ul
1 1 if H.'fisaVv.v
7ijy Tm Mi
No discs to wash,
fiwl baa eul Uuv tuaeao
F. DEMENT & COMPANY
BEND, OREGON. Opposite Postofllce
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Genuino Sharpies repairs and oil carried In stock