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THE BEND BULLETIN
"For every man a square deal, no
less and no more."
One year .w...w.....$t50
Blx moiilUi......M...... 8o
Three inontha., '5
(Invariably I" advance.)
HOW TO RUMIT.
Remit by lwnk draft, postal money
order on Hand, express money order, or
reinsicrcu icucr, -uhkc nu .......
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wyamc 10 nic cmi nuucuu.
Stago and .Mall Schedule.
AKRtVB AT nBMD.
rrom RhanlVo ia rrinevllle... 7 P-". dally
.. . . - t.a.J til !.. lalt .....a
t a. ra. Hny exctpt tum.
IromTumilo Ti,e., Thura. and bat....:is p. w.
from Uldlaw dally exctpt Sunday.. p.
l'or finanlko Wa rrintVille..... 6 m. dally
lor Ukevlew and Sltrtr "ke1"""-"r,i""-
,..rjep. ra dally except sun.
Vor rum'loTueri.,Tiiur. and lat..
j-or Laldlaw dally ercept Sunday... 3 P- m.
roar OrriCR Hociia-Week daya; 8 a. ni. toln.
m. Sunday, from u a. m. to li m.. and hai
hour aner antral of all roaila Irom railroad
reaching Bend before 8 p. ra.
Tr.tKMtoE Orr icr Houaa-Week daya. from
Wi.in.lo9M p. m. Sundara and hollda.
ftom Sxn a. m. to it noon, and from $ p. m. to
j-co p. ra.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906
"To the republican voters of Crook
I hereby announce myself as acaniU
date for the republican nomination for
the office of sheriff of Crook county, un
der the provisions of the direct primary
law, and subject to the decision of the
republican electors of this county.
W'lLUS W. Brov.N, Hctslcr.
For County Clerij.
Tq the republican electors of Crook
county: I licreby aunouncc my candi
dacy for the republican nomination for
the office of county clerk under the di
rect primary law, subject to the decision
i..f the republican electors qf this county.
J. II. Haxrr, rrinevtlle.
To the republican voters of Crook
iounty: I aspire to le the republican
4iomincc for. sheriff of Crook county at
the general election next June and will
submit my name for your consideration
at the primary election to be held April
2 J, 1006. I ask at your hands a careful
consideration of my qualifications and if
Tn your opinion I am capable and worthy,
respectfully ask your support.
1 II. F. JOIINSOX.
Wm. Johason for County Clerk.
The undersigned respectfully presents
iU name to the republican voters of
V."rook county, Oregon, as a candidate to
pffice of county clerk at the primary
election April jo, 1906.
WHQ CARES FOR TfiE LAWS?
What's the use of a constitutional
convention for Oregqn? Our pres
ent fundamental law is somewhat
antiquated, it is true, but it is
pretty generally disrpgarded any
way, so there is nothing to be
gained by reforming the formal
pbrazesaf that venerable instru
ment. The "nigger" section was
abrogated by the amendment to the
federal constitution. The limita
tion upon the pay of state officers
is scarcely of the dignity of a joke
these days, when the legislature
.enacts "flat salary" laws squarely
iu the face of constitutional prohi
bition and even the justice of the
supreme court will accept the for
bidden pay. How many counties
of Oregon give any heed to the pro
hibition of indebtedness in excess
of $5,000? Why are not the
state university, soldiers' home,
Mate agricultural college and the
normal schools located at the state
capital, as the constitution requires?
A dozen years ago there was an
attempt to get a branch insane
asylum in Eastern Oregou, but an
obscure citizen residing near Salem
invoked the constitution in the
courts and knocked out the law
authorizing that institution.
The approved practice seems to
be to follow the constitution when
it pleases to do so; to disregard it
...1 ftt. .xlnnfAC. Mrr.t11 n ..niif
constitution command more respect? j
The administration of state law is j
very lax is in the same condition
. ... t t . . 1
as that troni wmcu rresment:
Roosevelt is reselling the adminis
tration of national law. Why, even
in thisxanipaigu we have candidates
for state treasurer actually going on
ccord in favor of a law to require
tbl WnOng U -kiuttsi ri .state
funds into the slate treasury, when
present law makes it a crime for n
public officer to receive interest on
public funds 1 Who gets the
interest, gratuity, divvy or graft
now? Violation of that law is
what makes the office of state
treasurer so fat. Violation of the
constitution is what makes the
state secretary's job so rich the
constitution intended that the fees
allowed should pay for the clerical
help in the office, but the legisla
ture pays the clerks and the secre
tary pockets the fees.
So what's the use of reforming
the phrases of the laws if their en
forcement is to continue to be
merely a matter of pleasure or
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Western Crook, it now appears,
will be allowed to name the new
county commissioner without any
opposition from, other parts cf the
county. Only two candidates are
in the field and both of these are
Western Crook men Bayley of
Laidlaw, and Fisher of Madras.
Commenting on Western Crook's
desire for representation in the
county court, the Rrirtcvjllp Journal
says that the request is a fair one
and simple justice demands that the
western part of the county be given
The Laidlaw Chronicle, referring
to the candidate from this immed
iate section, gives the following
good and sufficient reasons why R.
H. Bayley should receive the nomi
nation and election to the commis
sionership: "Because the west side of the county
is entitled to representation in the coun
ty court. Because he is acquainted with
the needs of the people in the matter of
roads and bridges ant because l,e will
represent the entire county as well as
the western pqtt. Because he is a man
who has made a success of his own affairs
and this gives promise of success iu
county business. Because he is a projv
erty owner, anil will not recklessly ex
pend the people's money. Because he is
honest, fyr, progressive and careful."
The voters at the primaries on
April 20 should remember Mr.
Bayley with a large vote.
J1ANER FOR CLERK,
J. II. Haner of Frincvillc, who
is a candidate for the republican
nomination for county clerk, spent
several days in town the first of the
week, meeting the voters of this
section and looking after political
matters. Mr. Haner has been liv
ing at the couuty seat for several
years, during most of that time
has been filling a clerical posi
tion in the court house and is well
acquainted over the county. He
is familiar with the duties of the
clerk's office and is competent in
every way to fill the office to
which he aspires. He is proving
a strong candidate for the nomina
tion. It's all right to lot the courts re
view the rates to be fixed by tjie
interstate commerce commission,
but while they are reviewing let
the new rates be iu effect. The
railroads are not asked to submit to
a rate which the shippers shall fix,
but they demand that the shippers
shall submit to the rate that they,
the railroads, fix, and they kick
most obstreperously against the
proposal that the rate fixed by au
impartial board shall be iu force
while the courts may be reviewing.
The railroad trust is greatly in favor
of regulation of the railroads by
law, provided there is no way to
make the law effective.
Antelope Makes Improvements.
The gasoline street lamps which
the city council has had placed at
the corner of Mam and McGrees
streets as au experiment iu street
lighting, is a great improvement
over the dinky kerosene lamps
whifch have proved an expensive
failure. It is probable that the city
wi'l install several new gasoline
street lamps this fall. Herald.
Quite a baud of Indians pitched
their, .teuts.a short way below
Iyik this tietic.
TO PROTECT SUTTLURS.
Irrigation Companies Must First
Show They I hive Enough Wnt
cr for Their Properties.
Settlers who have bought land
under the different irrigation proj
ects iu the vicinity of Bend and
those contemplating the purchase of
irrigated lands will Iks interested in
the following dispatch to the Oro
gotiiau: S.U.ltM, Or., March J7. The State
taml Board today adopted an order that
is futended to stop the sales of land to
settlers by irrigation companies until
they have satisfactorilv established the
fact that they havesumcieut water prop
erly to irrigate lands within their selec
tions, and unless the order is complied
with the state will take steps to have the
elcctious of such companies vacated.
This step was taken because of allega
tions made that some companies nre se
curing selections without poc.iiig the
requisite water supply, thus insuring
great trouble and loss to settlers who,
through misrepresentation, may lc In
duced to settle on land, sign contract
without proper safeguards and begin Im
provements which will be ultimately
worthless without adequate water.
All parties owning lands or any
riparian interests along the
arc requested to send addresses and
laud descriptions to A. M. Drake,
The puCfor or kwoII Ush has tho power
tq distend Itself with ulr luto tho shape
of a globe. Japanese living' In the 11a
wallan Islands make of tho skin of the
big puffer found In Hawaiian waters
an odd and grotesque lantern. When
the skin of the big puffer has been first
removed svlille. It Is still soft It Is stuff'
ed out to Hi full sito In globe shape
and so left to dry. The sklu Is uot
much thicker than tapor and traiulu
cent brown ou tho upper part and gray
below. Tho tins nro preserved and dried
sticking nut from the fish, tho tall be
ing perked up nt an angle. A circular
opening Is made In the I tack, through
which tho light can Ik placed and Iu
which Is set horizontally a hoop or rim
by which tho lantern can bo suspended.
Such n lantern made of n big puffers
skin may be n foot In diameter cross
wise and fifteen hielios In length, and
what with tho head of tho fish appear
ing at one end mid tho perliod up tall
nt the other and the (Ins projecting at
the sldfM this llsh skin lantern innkos a
very curious, object. New York Her
ald. If llm Henri fltnp Ilratlnff.
Wlion tho heart stops the circulation
censes, tho capillaries of Iho lungs be
come gorged wlUi stagnant blood, while
the blood In tho brnlu no longer carries
away tho waste product and bring
tho oxygenated tluld to rostoro tho tis
sues. As the blood takes about half a
minute to circulate through the whole
system, It may lie taken that nt the end
of this period after the stoppage of the
heart tho arteries would )m lilted by the
last offort of tho left ventricle, while
the veins would lx pouring their con
tents Into the right aurlele. In n fan
seconds more the nervous centers
would coon to act, ami probably by
tho end of Iho minute the subject
would bo practically dead from suffo
cation, nlthough reflex muxrular action
would probably koep up the appearance
of II fo for some seconds longer.
Trapa I'or Tlicrra nnil I'nntlmr.
Ail Ingenious trap for catching tigers
and largo black panthers Is used by tho
natives of nn isolated part of Indo
china. A short length of n treo log Is
hollowed out, and uround each end of
It nro driven long sharp spikes so ns to
project lqwnrd, leaving an oponlng of
about six luehos. Through a small
trapdoor a pariah dog or n pig Is placed
hi tho log for bait r.nd tho trap lft for
future developments, Tho tiger or
panther easily pushes In his paw to se
cure tho bait, hut when ho trios to
withdraw it It is impaled on tho sharp
spikes,, and ho Is trapped.
FalUna: From I he, Sun in the Kartlt,
Tho philosophers havo figured out
Homo queer problems hIiico the tlmo of
Horatio, hut nouo of them Is moro curi
ous than that relating to the amount of
tlmo It would tafeo for tm object to fnl!
from tho huh or moon to our earth. It
has been decided, after an luuuenso
amount of figuring, that If a bowlder
weighing a ton should fall from tho
sun It would take It nlnoty-iiluo years,
nliio mouths and two hours to roach
tho earth. Tho same- bowlder could
mako the trip from tho moon to tho
earth lu four and ono-hnlf days.
"May I nsk If I am In tho market for
a bid for your affections?" asked tho
youUi who did everything lu a business
"You must go to par before I cau
tako any stock lu your offer," answered
tho dutiful broker's daughter. Balti
iRKiGATjtn Land I have a few
choice tracts from 4 to 160 acres
each that can be bought at a bar
gain. P, I,. TomI'&NS, Bank
ur" i. . .mb. ..-..
! if 'SS "&.
i. m vr .
Surclv the people of this state
can trust II. M. Cake to represent
their interests in the United btntcs
senate. It is fair to judge a man's
future by what lie has done in the
nasi, and those who know the im
portant part taken by Mr. Cake in
the movement to moke this n great
er and more united state, know
they can depend upon him to con
scientiously represent their interests
During the next few years, im
portant questions, affecting the de
velopment of the resources and in
dustries of this state, arc certain to
arise, requiring the efforts of strong,
earnest and energetic men in the
senate, men who arc thoroughly in
harmony with the growing interests
of the state. No better man can be
found for this work than II. M.
Duniway for State Printer.
Only one republican candidate for
state printer, Willis 3. Duniway,
pledges himself to reduce the pres
ent enormous cost of the state print
ing office. He is a man of character,
anil his friends have no doubt he
will make good his pledges. The
other candidates seem to think
the unconscionable graft is nil right.
Equality of Suffrage.
This is iu accord with the princi
ples and ideals of our democracy.
Effective democracy is determined
by the capacity mid character of
the people. I lie suffrage should
represent the intelligent and unself
ish interest iu public matters, abil
ity and fidelity jtt public service.
It is absurd to puf npy of these
qualities wholly on cither side of
the sex line iu America today.
The suffrage is a measure of
democracy. Reform, security and
progress call for more democracy.
The women constitute about half of
With us stillragc nas become tne
richt of nil fitted to exercise it.
This right should bp granted now.
Iu a thousand and one organi
zations the ballot .is the instrument
of our free people, both male and
female, in their sooial activities, it
will be the natural outcome of
social developments when the polit
ical ballot, too, is in the hands of
The ballot is both a means of
moral education and au instrument
of moral conviction. Legislation
and the execution of the laws will
gnin from the moral insight and
earnestness of women. The re
sponsibilities of the ballot will fur
ther develop the moral qualities of
I am persuaded that the full
rights and duties of citizenship will
be given to the women of our
country. Their graces, wisdom
and devotion will enrich and im
prove our political life. It would
be a serious mistake not to take
this step now in Oregon.
1 1 kk hurt Wknuicm. UOYI).
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fclttiKSf lalLmlS I
rAMSHNRKK TKAIN TIMIt CARD.
Jg STATIONS. f
1 1 ,.M.... llltiO". ." ....... II $o
7 li .OiltKina 1119
3 K ..-81llU II 10
j yj uWaaco. li ou
ill j Kloudykc 1045
3 18 .Summit 1040
t u Jlay Cnnyoii Junction- 1074
t'JS .McOonalil 10
34S DcMom io 05
3 69 Muro 9 Si
4 oS .Hrakiuvlllc 9 )7
5 39 (lrm VaUty y o
4 33 .Uuurtiou is
411 , Kent 8 40
3)1 ..Wilcox U jo
Ji5 - .HIIANJKO.. S 00
Dally alBK comitctiona at Hhauikci fur Aitltl
opt, I'rlncrlllc, llciltl, llurna, Hltvar Mke, I.nke
view, Mitchell, Dayvlllc, Autotic, Aahwood, Can-
yen fciiy, junn r vuy, ,
' ' H. U. WOOMlKRRY,
jEJMU "TOTO. 1
WAI.I. HTHKKT, Oi-iKwtle II M. Co.
THE finest stock of FRESH
MEATS in Crook County.
Cured Meats and Lard and all
the Accessories of a First-Class
Market. Everything: new and
of the best. WHITE & HILL.
r .-v.. ..i.m..
IIIKUUUIl I'KWIl UUlw
Leave Shauiko 6 p. tn.
Arrive l'rineville 7 n. in.
Leave l'rineville tai'jo j). m.
Arrive Bond 7:00 p. 111.
1'ASStiNGKR AND FKKIGIIT RATKS RKASONALK I
AMKli MONRY ON PORK.
Feed Wheat to lloCs and (let $f.!
One of the speakers at the recent
farmers' -institute at Cottage Grove,
Oregon, was Levi Gccr. He dealt
with the local conditions and tosKi
bilitics and emphasized intelligent
business management for the farm
and showed by example that if the
farmer managed the details of his
farm ns carefully as the merchant
docs his store, or the manufacturer
his plant, success would more cer
One example was handling hogs.
Mr. Geer took n stock hog weigh
ing too pounds, which at four cents
n pound posts .j. This porker was
lattcned pn wheat, admitted to be
an expensive food. He finds that
five pounds of wheat will make a
pound of iork. The pig wns fed
until he weighed gross 190 pounds,
a gain of 90 pounds. To make
this fivp times 90, or 450 pounds,
were used, equal to 7S bushels.
The hog dressed 150 pounds, worth
easily $9, wherefore the 7 biihhcls
of wheat has earned the uifierciicc
between $g and j?.j, or $5. or 66
cents n bushel. But Mr. Gccr did
not sell the carcass as pork but
bacoued it, and this is the account:
35 noiititU Krten liaiiia, made 31
jKtuucla amokMl at uHc f , iiu
.11 hmiihI green aliouwicra, made
29 jmtuula Miiokwl at 10c. . . , 31,
42 pound ireeii aiilea made 41
iKJimiU Miioked at iiiic...,, 5 13
8 ikiiiimU lard at 10c , Ho
13 pound lioad at 3c , , , 39
9 jxjumW MiMaKcatoc i(ji( jj
10 pouttiM Ixuipa niiarc riii at je, , 30
f 14 S
Ctof imokliiK, wilt,, cot.,.,,,., t lu
Not receipt,,, f 11 9$
Deduct original t)t 4 ii
(iain f H 95
which is what the j4 . bushels of
wheat netted, or ?t. 19 per bushel, a
price that is better than the stan
dard price of $1 per bushel.
This was n small hog, A larger
one would have shown n greater
per cent of profit and n cheaper
food could have been selected. Mr,
Geer'.s idon is that no produce of
the farm should be marketed ns
long as'valuc can be added by the
management and labor of the farm
The growing of profitable crops
was taken up. He has grown 20
tons of carrots 011 nu acre of ground.
By experiment he finds that the
feed value of carrots is four pounds
to one pound of wheat, wherefore
?o tons of carrots is worth 166
bushels of wheat. Ivstimate that it
costs the price of 66 Bushels of
wheat to grow the enrrojp, there re
mains 100 bushels ofjPi-lmnt per
acre. From this he cqicludes that
it is more profitable to grow car
rots for feeding thnn to grow wheat.
To whom it may concern: You
are hereby warned that the secre
tary of the undersigned company is
the only authorised person to make
collections for the company. Per
order board of directors.
Bi'.nd Livk Stock & PkoduiJk Co.
Attesti I Xi. ToMi'icmsi ,
tm cMAWik'n IM (INI? I)AV
iu ..-....." - "
Leave Bend ... 6:00 a. tn.
Arrive Priucviltc ia:oo tn.
Leave l'riiicvillc 1 p. m.
Arrive Shauiko 1 n, in.
FOR TRAVKLLINO PUBLIC
Tlmlxr J.an.l. Act Jmnc 3, 17
NOTICB KOH PUBLICATION.
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MMk land aMI by act af Ahim4 tfckl, IK
Mlowtitf ttmi have lbl Uy ftM IM IMH
oAf IMl WN UattwariU. lo-wM
of Html, routtly of Crook, ttot af IKtami. war,
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tkr mr UmA ar morttnt to Kk tbnr rUittir
in tk atficv n or kan 11k rant uik Uy v(
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NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
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I'atrrtMiy H, lyaj.
Nslkr U hrtrlry tt tfcl la comaltanK with
the .rtUoo. of la Art of CoagtrM J low 1
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lollir UlrrCailhHll, IHrroH. Xtii4a, h4
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HiMI 1ih1 atatra by Art of Act 4. I.
of llJ,oiHlyoC(wk. M.K oT (Mtfi. Ma
tht. Aty WkI Hi tlita okr bH Mora Ulrmrnt
So 151 for the fwnkatr of tk w)(. hW
w) a4 ajaK tK. aw . tfi i a. r h , w m
Ami lll allir (.roof taakaw thai tk lauil
aoHKht 1 more valualM (or lu llmbr, or atoua
than foi amlcHltiHal utiiwna awl i ntabjutt
htarUlmlo mm! UmI brtW lkcKilrr aiwi
Hrcattrr at Tint IMtlro. IHrroM, ow Ih. ik day
ol May, 14. '
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llrnit. Olruon. lohn Moaa of MMrr, lliriOH.
Allwit (lalra ami Orr( fi. of krml llyoH
Any ami all MfNHM rialmlHr adranrly Hit
aiwe. lwill,IUml. aictM.ralfJ IvAuWlr
etaliHilHlliU omcc 041 or trtfoir thr aahi lh
dayuf May, Uf. '
lNMr JIICIIAHI. T. NOLAN. KrUlrr.
Tlnibrr Land, An Jimr j, 174,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. . MrHt OflVcr.Thr I Mir. fiirtoii,
JaHtMry ,,, (p.
Nalkr la hrtrby alnn thai Ih cHitiaiicr with
ikt inwrWon. aftbc Act af Cohiim . June j
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t aalilllKlou wmn ataUHMNt No ,' j, r.ir llir
t.urclwMrofilicaM'wUaiHllMa janl J. .
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IHirchaw oflhc aK ot aw to. I, .. V ,
That Ihty will offrr woof Io tbow that llir 1i..
awmlil I. mhhc valiMbw for IU llwbr, w atoi e
t ta 1 for a-f toulturat Hituat, aM1 to tataMiali
Kwelvcr nt Thv lUii, lfrwi, on March vxh.
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