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Sickness No Excuse for Men
Between 1 8 and 45 Years
Not Registering September 1 2
PORTLAND, Sept. 4. Every man
In the United State nnd Its pansoa
lons bctwoon tho agca of 18 and 20,
Inclusive, And 31 and 46, Inclusive,
-whothor lie Ut a cltlxcn or an alien,
must roRlstor on tho day proclaimed
as registration day by President Wil
son under Oiq now draft lavs lower
ing and raising tho draft ages.
Tho only exceptions arc men al
ready In tho military and naval serv
ice This Includes officers and men
of tho regutar army, navy and morlno
corps; of tho dratted forces; of the
National Guard whllo In tho service
of tho United States; of tho offices
resorvo corps and onllstcd men In
tfio enlisted resorvo corps whllo In
tho service of tho United States; and
offlcors and. juon In tho naval reserve
force and tho marlno corps reserve
whllo In tho corvlco of the United
All others, without any exceptions
whatsoever, must roglster on tho day
eet by tho President for registration
Even sickness will bo no excuse for
Talluro to rcglstor. Nor will absence
Irom home, no matter how necessary.
And ignorance of tho date set for
registration day will not bo a valid
excuse. Tho burden of learning
when and -whoro to register, and of
registering accordingly on registra
tion day. Is on tho individual.
Failure to rcgistor Is punlshablo
liy Imprisonment up to ono year.
Moreover, thoro Is no alternative of
paying a flno.
Though sickness and absence from
homo will not bo accepted as excuses
tor failing to register, special ar
rangements haro boon mado for
"WILL TAKK ADVANTAGE OF THE
PRESENCE OK MAJOR COM
FORT DURING STAY HERE TO
IMPROVE MILITAIIY TACTICS.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Three .drill nights each week arc
to bo stagod by Companies A and B
of tho Bend -militia during tho stay
liero of Major Comfort, possibly for
tho next throo weeks. TheBO nights
havo been divided into Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. This deci
sion wa arrived at duflng the regu
lar weekly' meeting of the militia
members last night.
Because tho daylight is becoming
shorter each day, It has also been
urranged to set tho tlmo of drill
ahead ono-half hour, tho companies
being called for 7 o'clock now in
stead of 7:30 as In the past.
Prepare for Changeable Weather.
H. B. Miller, R. F. D. 10, Wdoster.
O., writes: "By tho changing of
beds and the weather, I took a very
bad cold and sore throat. Four doses
of Foley's Honey and Tar put me
right in a day's time." It pays to
Ret the genuine Foley's and avoid
substitutes and counterfeits. Con
tains no opiates. Sold everywhere.
yfci "CTily gPn
Final Installment of 40 o on
Third Liberty Loan Bonds
was due August
ment should be
TBKe First National Bank
registering sick persons nnd absen
tees by mntl.
Any man who Is unablo to prosent
hlmsolf tor registration on registra
tion day must send somo camputout
person to apply to his local board tor
a copy of tho registration, card. TliQ
friend will bo nuthorlxcd by a repre
sentative nt tho board. It ho considers
tho case bona flilo, to tako tho curd
back to tho sick person and make
it out for him." Tho card must then
bo matted or taken to tho local board.
A man who must bo absent from
his homo precinct on registration day
should go at onco to tho locat board
nearest tho placo whoro ho happens
to bo and have his registration card
made out nnd certified to.
This registration card will then be
given to tho man registering, with
instructions to mall It without delay
to his homo local board In tlmo to
roach tho board by registration day.
This is very important, for tho bur
den is on tho registrant of seeing that
his homo local board receives the
card by registration day.
Ho is not registered until his homo
local board does reccivo his card.
When mailing tho card, tho regis
trant should cncloso a self-addressed
and stamped envelope for tho return
to him of a registration certificate.
It Is Important tnai every regis
trant havo this registration certifi
cate, and that ho keep it always on
his person. Otherwise, ho may bo
put to very serious Inconvenience, In
cluding a night In Jail, for all pollco
offlcors aro authorized and Instructed
to arrest men of draft ago who can
not produce their registration certifi
cates. Daily Schedule Bend Ama
teur Athletic Club.
Boxing, Wrestling, Physical Develop
ment Classes. Senior, 5 to C p. m.
Senior Swimming. Hours. 1 to 2 and
7 to 11:30 p.' m.
Family Ticket. Children In Plunge
Classes. Girls, gym, 3 to 4 p. m.;
plunge, 4 to 5.
Ladies' Gym and Plunge, Pool and
Bowling. Gym, 2 to 3; plungo,
2 to 4; pool, 2 to 4; bowling, 2
Boxing. Wrestling and Physical De
velopment Classes. Senior, 1 to 2
p. m.; Junior, 1 to 4 p. m.
Sonlor Swimming Hours. 1 to 4
Junior Swimming Hours. 4 to 5
Social Night. Club thrown open to
men and women? Pool and bowl
ing. "500" and bridge tables In
club room, pink ticket dancing In
(Ir UnlUd l'rr. to The fend Ilullctln.)
BERLIN', Sept. 4. Gorman with
drawal In Flanders and Plcardy has
been announced by the war office
Astride tho Lys, tho statement said,
in continuous battle the enemy have
worked forward a line as far as
Wulverghom, Nelppe, Bac, St. Maur,
Klchebourg and La Ventle.
APPKAIM TO LOCAL ltUAUI) TO
OHA.MJK ItriilXti PLACING HIM
IN CliASN 1-A llOAKI) MAY
NOT 1IKKI) PllOTKST.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Otto F. Ulllups, chnrged with be
ing n draft evader by tho local war
board, has again demonstrated thnt
ho doos not desire to go to war, mem
bers of thu board having received a
telegram from him stating that ho
desired to appeal from tho decision
of tho board placing him In class la
nnd that affidavits wore being sout
lllllups was arrested In Portland
rocontly after having evaded tho ef
fort of tho local board to find him
for soveral weeks. Following the
custom adopted by tho war depart
ment for draft evadors, as soon us
lllllups was found ho was placod In
class la and ordered to report on
tho call for men for Camp Lewis,
Soptomber 5. It is from this order
that ho Is now nppeallng to tho local
board. There Is, however, little hope
tor him from thnt sourco, ns tho
members aro still of tho opinion that
It was not necessary for lllllups to
hldo his placo of rosldonco or change
his name, which It Is claimed ho did,
it ho desired to abide by tho ruling
of tho war department.
ROYS AND GIRLS OF THE COUNTY
ARE ASKED TO .MAKE SPECIAL
KFFOKT TO SECURE PRODUCT
FOR THE GOVERNMENT.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Industrial club workers of the
county aro to bo called to the sorvlro
of tho government In collecting plum,
peach, apricot and cherry pits and
all kinds of nut shells, which aru
being used by tho government In the
manufacture of carbeu for gas
An urgent call for this material
has boon sent out to tho various In
dustrial club heads throughout tho
state asking thnt those pits be gath
ered, the statemont adding that thu
carbon necessary for gas masks can
only be obtained from this material.
J, Alton Thompson, superintendent
of schools, who has tho work in
charge In this county, Is making a
special appeal to the boys and girls
of the county to save those pltt.
Whllo the Industrial club momlcs
will work ns a body In tho collection,
Individuals not connected with the
club aro' requested to gather and
save as far as possible This Is tho
canning season for peaches and prac
tically every homo will have a quan
tity of theso pits. If tho boys and
girls will hold theso until school
commences next wqek, arrangements
aro to bo mado by Mr. Thompson for
Persons living in tho rural dis
tricts who desire tp aid tho govern
ment In this mannor may bring their
supplies to Bond and loavo them at
tho office of tho county superintend
ent of schools In tho court house.
All persons knowing themsolves to
bo Indebted to tho Reed-Smith Mere.
Co. call at the. offlco of J, M. Law
renco on Wall St. and settlo up im
mediately. (Signed) WRS. U. M. SMITH,
27c Troas. Heed-Smith Mere Co
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.-Tim nr
rlvul of Mnjor General Ornvfln, tho
American commander of United
Stntes troops In Siberia, on Septem
ber 2, has boon announced by Gen
eral March, chief of staff. With
General Graves thoro wero 43 ofll
corn and 1008 mnn.
Genornl March told thu correspond
ents this morning thnt It wan thq
American Thirtieth division which
has distinguished Itself In the light
ing In Plunders during the past weok
nnd tho Thirty-second division ns tho
Americans who valiantly battled with
tho French north of HoIhhoiih.
Tho troop embarkation for nil
points has been raised to 1,000,000
up to the 31st of August.
Declares That Politic Art) Still IMt-
lug Under the GiiImp of
D Unltx! Pa to Th IWnd Ilull.tln.)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. Senator
Sherman, ridiculing tho statemont
mado by Presldont Wilson that poll
tics had adjourned, declared that "a
warso and moro rampant and rancor
ous politics had never nbusod patriot
Ism or tho generous confidence of a
great nation." Ho said that "under
tho gulso of war needs steps had
been taken to change tho cherished
American government Into a 'civilian
Somothlng to soil? Advertise In
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
Bend, Oregon, Aug 21, 1918.
Tho county court met at I '30
o'clock p. in., this date, pursuant to
adjournment, Commissioners A L.
Mackintosh and C. 11. Miller present.
Tho meeting was callod to order by
The matter of claims against tho
county coming up for consideration,
same wero audited, nnd It was or
dered that claims No. 21575, No. 2T.77-78-70,
No. SfiSl to 2G87. No, 2189,
as shown on page 91 of tho Dovknt
of Claims, be and tho same are here
by allowed, and thu clerk Is IpHtruct
ed to Ihsuu his warrants In payment
Dlti-li Water In IlimiK
Complaints were received from dlf
toront portions of the county that
water users were allowing their
ditches to overflow or break nnd al
lowing the roads to becomo flooded.
.This matter was taken uuuder con
sideration. A trip was made over a
portion of tho Bend-Burns road,
which has been damaged by wasto
No further business coming up for
consideration nt this time, on motion
duly mado and seconded, court ad
journed td mootTuesdny, August 27,
Claims allowed at the county court
meeting held August 22, 1918:
Bend Water, Light & Power
Co., lights for court house
and Jail $ 8.10
Bcattlo &- llofmanji. supplies
clerk's offlco 1C.08
A. L. Mackintosh, commis
sioner's fees and mlloago . 27.20
C, A. Ordway, supplies for
court houso 3. CO
J. W. Usher, guard Crooked
river bridge 40. B0
II. L. Shoults, do 10. 50
Chas. Dixon, do 30.00
Loo Roho, do. . .. 13,60
J. M. Agnow, do 40.50
J. II. Ilanor, expenses clerk's
Waldomar Peterson, road
work. Dlbt. No. 11 CC.00
FOR SALE BY
The Owl PJharmacy
Oh Boy ! Oh Joy !
WE GO TO THE
PAPER, PENCILS, ETC.
Rulers Given Away
U - l5Kr5M,T,
wm , w -.
1 Aiv you doing your 7
aomin am t,o
(llf Unltfl I'rna to Th IUn.1 Ilull.tln.)
WASHINGTON, Sept . Tho
comptroller of tho currency httn In
kuihI a call for n utateinent of tin
condition of thu national hank at
th06l0H(i Of UUftllH'ftN AllKHHt 31.
SomotttliiK to kuIIT Adrortho In
1n oJlUtln'a ."lamlf 1(1(1 column.
"Worth Weight in
Gold," He Says
Howard Cuius 1 1 I'liuniN liy Taking
Tniilnr !() Wulkliij;
"Well, I havo actually nalnod four
toon pnnndH In thn pant tdx wcokn
by tnkliiB Tnnlno nnd now I'm ko
ItiK hack homo u woll man uiid ;(
to work Jiut llko I moid to hoforn
I not Hick." This Intfiri'HtltiK "d ro
markablo tttnlumont wan mado by
Honry H. Howard, u woll known
farmor and tttock minor of KIiik Hill,
Idaho, whllo purchaidnK moro of thu
modlclno In Halt I.ako rocontly.
"I havo Hitfrori'd from rhoumatlnm
nnd IndlKoittlon for twnlvo ynnrH."
STOP IN AND LOOK
t AT OUR
It Does the Work
continued Mr Howard "I had Rot
ten to Mlmrn I could hardly nt it
thliiR, hccaiiHo nvcrythlriK wont
nKnlnst mo nnd IiokIiIck I had no
nppi'ilit Kirry Joint In mo wan
Awollnti with rhmiiuatMm, and hurl
no I could hardly hxnr to Im touched
I wan In Much n bd fix I couldn't
work, no I divided to count down
hum and o to n hoopltnl for treat
ment. "When I sot lurn nix wr-nka nun,
I wan no crippled up I had to iino a
wit Ik I ok ntlek In ordnr to ct nlon;
l nil. My dnuKhtir. who liven hnrn.
KOI to boKKliiK mn to try Tniilnc, but
I hud tried ho ninny IuIukn thnt did
mo no kooiI, thnt I hud no faith In
Tunlfif ilth)r, Hut olio liuUt.d, until
Junt to pltmitn her I decldod to try It
Thn firm Imttlo phiIm a Krat rlinnxn
In my feelliiKn. My rlioumntlum noon
left mo, no I throw my Mtlck nnldc,
nnd now can walk nit xood an any
body "And oat, why I Junt can't net
enoiisli. I holUvit I feel nil or twenty
yonra ynuiiKur, nnd It'a thn flmt tlmo
In Hint Ionic tlmo that I havo felt
llko m-Nef, and I fool llko I could
do an much work an I ever could
Woll, tho hoiipltnl has hnd ono Ions
to treat, but I havo unvrd n Rood
tunny dollar and hnvo Rottnn rid of
my trotibltm, beside, nnd when I Kt
li'ini" tho fnlka who knew what n
bad fix I was In aro roIiir to h nur
prliied to Men Much a dlffereuco Tnii
lnc In worth. Km whIrIi! In gold, nnd
It baa convlucml mo that lliere'ji nt
lHt line lui'dlrliic Hint will do whnt
thny mv It will nod I want to do mv
nnrt III letting everybody know about
Tnnlnr Ih until In llond by the Owl
rhnrmncy, mid In Hlntem by Ono.
Allknn - Adv
KOIl HAI.I-Ono pundircd Duroc
Jnmny how, to farrow Oct. 3;
uolfcht about 3fi0 IIih.; iiImo 2 milch
cowh, choap. Carl II, I.IviihI)', Do
KOH HAI.K rimlrn brood howh, will
farrow In October. W, M. Knlcknr
lincker, (lint. Oru. 71-27-Op
VOll HAI.i: HolHtoln bull calf: dam
mado in.000 I tin. milk, r.70 IIih.
fat at four yoani. I. C. Hurt,
Hond, Oro. Cl-20tfc
KOIl HALK Oood. Hound, mnnll
npploH. Uy pannl pot, 1.25 por
box. Albnrt Harper, Krimwntor,
KOIl HAM-: About 30 hend of cattlo,
moHtly yntuiR Htuff. Hoo or wrlto
I'. II. Johnson, Mllllcaii, Oro,
KOIl HAI.K OHKAP Ono ho"rHii? Heo
fihlof of I'ollco Nixon, 32-22tfo
KOIl HAM: H hend of cattlo nnd'
ono work team. H. A. Uosnuy,
Union harbor ahop. l'hono 2171.
' - ' " 1U 1
I,OHT AND FOUND.
LOHT Horrid tnuro. Vory la mo In
front foot. l'hono Ooo. A. Joiich,
WANTKD-Knmh Hhorthom milch
cowh. II. L. Tono, Hlntorn, OroRon.
WANTIJD A Hncond hnnd biiKRy.
Call lturnl 118, or wrlto Hox 100.
HlKlit hiIo; rlKht oar crop
pod; wattle right hind log.
II. L. TONM, Hltcr, Oro.
P, II, JOHNSON,