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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1908)
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Promolcti DifrsllonChf rrTJ
twos nnrl llrstjConUuu nrtorr
Annff (l Pwety forOmflri
lion . Sour StotwIUlUittui
facSWc 5tjiiwt of i
Forlnfnntn and Children.
The Kind You Have
Ks Copy o( Wispprf.
tllppophsgy U-ltig In low water ll
ttirco later daya, Mitnrtxxlr ha ( l1il
Mlf to kIhiw what au excrvdltigly rv
epvctablo history attache to llm prao
tiro. Amour the nnrlcut, especially In
Chin, eating homo flesh w general,
and It wn only killed In Hump by a
Papal decreo of (In gory III., though
why lwr dt-ali should have Ixvn In
terdicted dura not appear. It was only
the famine caused by Naolt-on'a In
railon tlmt revived th practice? In Oer
many, where It ha survlcd ever slue.
Nut liar rnall.
Torn Ttie average human em to
lead nn aimless life.
Jack Well, It'a her misfortune rath
rr than her fault that alto I unable to
Madera, or itot at All.
Oeoffrer Could you I happy In a
raodeit llltt cottsre. tUrllng?
Gwendolen Not unte It li on of
(hose lotely dvaiui In coucrete, dfr.
Ibat JhiIUUI Derlalan,
It ends domestic war and strifes.
Proud nun. 'twill hold you, insjho.
It I your biulnr, nol your wlf',
To walk tin floor with hatiy.
A ll DrfMrd lu lllra.
"Homo jieople," remarked the dwnor
dllivr, "rwver sccui to be around whei
"Well," rrjulncd Hip roorallser, 'It ll
twttcr to Ik absent wheu wanted thai
to bo prrseut when you aro not want
Carina Abaat If.
Mamma (lo to Bleep now or the gob
Una will get you.
Hobble Will they come rlsbt In ben
Mamma Yen, they will Indeed.
Hobble Then I'll atay awake, 'cauas
I want to aco vrhnt coblln look like.
Ha Tlma fur TrlOlnK.
"Hand upl"nmiuandcd Iht fiwipad.
"Ott out o" my way I" tnundrd th
otlur nun. wowllni at him and itrldlni
on. "I hain't got uo llm to fool with
you. I'm doln' a ulntty mil walkln'
Th naimia; tlrlllthar.
The cold, aelf-contalncd Itrltliher It
moatly n ilrrndful fiction, and In altua
ttoua that aocm to him at all motional
ho Rrtiwa na unlttly weepful aa any mat
Ineo mlim. Byduey (N. 8. W.) Hulls-tin.
mCtwttz "Hoca at ail JvaaBflrwfl
mcn, aova, womcn, Miaai and chiioiun.
Ot W, L, Dougtnm ma Ana nil mora -gji
l" wnrld. hmoaumo ihmV hold thmleXEQ
mhmtm, IH bmllmr, MWmm onpfS anoT
w I . riAiiaiii ci Mt k nnt Ti Shn druel t! Fauilltd At Am Pi lea
.."' ,r"T,wT.": f ? L.H.H ir.vwii.h.iiiyi.
!'"?'. W, 1- lh.iwn.in. MiM i ".r," "" -. W.rii i aula. Illii
rrtiuarai.'Jr"" BwVv.'CUulShrMr.ckl...ia. .
M I tf Hi ! (
liklM CMJO( I
Everv dnv in every year that comen, more house-
wivca aro clvinn up their exorbitant priced Baking
Powdera and turnlnfc to K C. the honeot and reliable,
which has stood bo will tha test of years. They are
findlnu out that
costs ono third tho price of powder any-
whero near K C quality, and makes
better, purer, moro healthful baking.
SO Ounces for 29 Cents
DWINDLING OF ARMY
GiVES CUE TO CRITICS
military Alcn Say l-orce I Reduced
Ileyond Point of Safety for
MEED OF REFORM IN SERVICE.
Low Fay and Itoqulrement of Hard
I'rnctlco Mnrchc Are Main
Point of Attack.
TIk Wnr mid Xnvy nciinrtiix'titi hi
tO'ltiK to mioh nn nun-ciiH'iit by nlilch
tho mnrliicn nrn In bo tvltlntrann Iroin
tht InthiiniK of I'iiiuinin nimI two r'! ,
merit of I n fun try nrt- to U rent to tnke
tlwlr plncn a Kiinnln. It I fully x-
tectiil Hint U-fore lone two regiment
or foot nlll lx ot their way to the
runnl tune. Thl dlrerlltiB of nnny
regular to n new Held Hill menn that
the forn- lu tho I'lilted Htnte nro to
Ik ili-jilctl Iwyond Hint which oillccr
bellere In Im the ilaiwr iKilrit.
The I nfn nt ry problem la one of tlw
inot Kerloua fin-tor In tho creator
problem of tho iirmy'H wonkne. On
pnjKT t nrp aupiMiwtl to linvo ao.tXKJ
Infnntryiiii'n, hut In truth we hare notli-
ItiK Ilka Hint niimtx'r, nml unlc the
Ill'-roHiwi of my bljl pan ConKrcx. It I
ln'rfii'tly (dileiit that the rank will
ho thinned mill further. An nnny odl-
ixt who know a condition tell n VnnIi-
Ingtou rorrefKiudeut tlmt In a rnnu of
pinerseiwy Hmtc would bo lea than
".Ono liifnntrjiiieii wliocuuhl Ik hnnik'ht
with nnytliliii; like dlnpnteti to nny
threnteiHl )lnt within tho limit of
tho 1'nltnl Htnte iror.
There nn tfo rhlef nnny measure
now Iwfore (VuncroM, one dealing lth
tho inntter of tho Inc-reaix- of pny nml
tho oHkt denllnic with tho matter of
tho IniTonw of the lufnntry. A corro
aiKindent M)a there I prtHlou little
liopo that txith hill run pnaa. It pnb
nhly would In folly to pna tho accond
hill without priMliig the Qrt, for It
Mould In uin-len to prurlde for nn In-
create In tho rank If no ludiicemcnta
weru held out by which tlw lnrreao
"ould be cffectel.
Olijrrlloiia In Armr Life.
lnterrlcwa with enlUted men dlaeloao
Hi roc chief objivlbm to nnny life, nml,
In order of numerical precedent, Ibey
rank like thl:
Monthly practice mnrchc.
Non-mllltnry duty required of tho en
Homo of Hie muling oillccr of tho
anny hne Inveighed conalnntly ngalnt
wlmt thoy cnll tho folly of tho frequent
practUv mnrclHit. Tho men nre kejit In
tine ptiynlcnl condition nud na hnnl n
wnlnuta through tho dully drill, the
Ruard duly, tho rimM food, and tho reg
ular living generally. Vet they nro
comiH'llcd nt leant once n month tn
hike out on tho ronil under heavy bur
den nud trying condition for tho pur
m of keeping In trim no tlmt they
will lo remly fur tho Held In cam) of
lioMIIIHc. Tho practice mnrcli. fnlrly
long continued nud to cnun nt long In
tcnnla, tin IIh ukc. nud tho men like
It; but tlMy don't llko Iteming n It
diK- every threo or four wettk.
Because wc make medicines
for them. We give them the
formula for Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe it
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 years.
" Ai.r-i Cfcorrr llaftl ll ma th.l
.luM k-l-...rr h lhT.MCT
it.. I of II lot hard coanh. an4 told., a4 I
know wl..l a ipl.ndU mMllrllia II I. I n
.,l tKiim.nl II t.o nlitly," MAB; K.
Ojuii, llyda I'.tk, M.
b 1. 0. Aj.r Co Low.U. Kan.
o ma&bignrtra af
Ayor'e Pills groatly aid the Chorry
Paotoral In broafclnu up cold.
AVC cr WvAW
Goco f to
lloi ;;vmcf Quarter.
)tli Dora I'apa. Jack told me tb
otlitr day that you wouldn't 11 If t b
bad money rnouch to aupport r& unlraa
be allowed It lo you. Ma be don ItT
I'rudrnt I'apa Ye, dfar. II proved
It by tb tmlmony of tb rock.
"Children make llfo loU brighter
"Yc," anawered Mr. Blrlua Itarker.
"If It weren't for children wo wouldn't
have any excuae for going to the cir
cus In tummcr nor for fooling with me
chanical toy during the bolldnya."
fr1lclnn of lb float.
Mcdlclno and religion, which nre too
frequently regarded a tnutunlly an
tflgoiilatlc, ahould be mulunlly coniple
tnentnry. There nre many dliwaaca In
which tho tneillrlne of the aoul li a
(xiwerful adjuvant In tho treatment of
tho body, llritliu Medical Journal.
Clinnxri! Ilia Mind.
"Well, what nre yrm doing thero7"
aaked tlic Indy, nddreanlng n tramp who
bad Juit clltutcd n treo In time to ea
enpe n aivage bulldog.
"Madam.' replied Uio hobo. "It wa
my Intention to nk for a hand-out, but
In the Interen of humanity I now re
quest that you give any aurplui food
you may have on hand to my can I no
friend down there."
MIks Aacuro Don't you really bo
Hove In dream?
Ml O'llull No, Indeed! It'a auper
itltlou and beside It'a a bad atgn
when you believe In them, for It at
way brings you bad luckv Philadel
phia Pre. '
"I bav alway bid a curiotlty to know
what bono meat taate like," ald tb reg
ular cuitoroer. "Have you any?"
"Not a web," emphatically rnponded
LHow to Make Your Milch Cows More
Write raclDcCont Borax Co., Oak.
land, Cal., for "fiuccwatul Dairying,"
being valuable Information on tbe most
profitable t lection of raws, their feed
ing and caie, tho handling ot milk to
yield the highest price product and the
protection and preservation of thce
products from dcteriortion; with arti
cles on diieasos of cows and recipes for
their cure. Tbe bcok Is free. A poet
card request only is nrccuary.
"Paw, wht I tb 'great white plagu'
tb paper talk aboutr aiked Jolinny.
"A big anomtorm. my aon," aniwered
bis father, wearily returning lb task of
trying to find bl front ildewalk.
Only One "BROMO QUININE."
TTiktULAXATIVK BROMO QUINISK. Lnflk
lor tb tli nalur ol K, W. OROVK. Vtxl U
WorUour toCuraaCoM InOn Day. Se.
Of Conra ?fp.
"Do you keep a servant?"
"Can't you afford to?"
"Yes. but that's got nothing to do
with It" Houston Post.
THOS, GALE, OF ALASKA
MEMBER ORU CONGRESS
Well Known on the Pacific Slope. IN
Washington Address Is 1312 9th SU,
N. W Washington, D. C.
ft rBal'i tnisiF rillaaaBtarl? Vl InH iWanBaani
IssssssssssssssssssWaVs. RlBssssV BaaHissal
It TnVaaaissssssvf' Aissssstanisana
KaSalStP - SSSSSSSSSSSSSsi
Ida Ma-at on Illalors-.
Tb cackling ot tb gee bad caved
"How mortifying f eiclalmed the I to
mans. "Posterity will get tbe Impression
that w averted destruction by following
tb advice ot tb street corner orator t"
Tb historians, however, bav been care
ful to plac tb credit wber It properly
No Head for Kractloas.
Grandfather (carving tb turkey)
Tommy, wbtt part will you have?
Young OrsnJaon Well, Ibey' sli of
us here, grandpa, but I don't want no
mora'n my share. I'll leave It to you.
Wor0o Handrail DoUar Reward fnr any
r of Catarib that cannot b cured by Ha,!1
F. J. CHENEY A COToUdo,0
W. tb undersUnad, bar known r. J.
ChtnT lotblait Uytars, and ballar htm
ptrltetly honorable In all bu tinea transactions
and financially able lo carry oat any obliga
tion made by fate Hrm.
I WALD1NU KIKKAN A VARVIX.
W holaala Druggists, ToIedo.O
' It all's Caurrah Cur la ka Internalljr, act-
5n dlractlr upon tb blood and taocoo sar
irM of tha eTitam TMtlmoalaU aent fraa.
lT1ra7cenu Mrbotlla. Sold by U Urnidst.
Take Uall's FamUy Fills lor Constipation.
Tula- tkat Had Helped HI.
"Reporter Scnslor, I have heard that
you got your start In life by selling news
papers. Senator Lotsmun Not quite correct,
my boy. The fact Is but this I confiden
tial, you know that I got my start by
buying on or two newspapers.
CONGRESSMAN THOS. CALC
Hon. Tbos. Cale, wbo vu elected to
c mgresi from Alaska, ii welt known on
the Pacific slope, where he hat resided.
His Washington address la 1312 9th St.
N. W Washington, D. 0.
Washington, D. C
Perurui Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: I candierrfuHyrecommcrM
rerun as a very clfldent remedy fee
Coughs and Colds. Thomas Cnte
Hon. 0. Sliinp, congressman from
Virginia, writes; "I have used yoar
valuable remedy, Fetana, with benefi
cial remit, and can nnbesitaUngly rec
ommend j oar remedy as an invigorat
ing tonic and an effective and Dermaaefii
core for catarrh."
Man-a-fin the Ideal Laxative
tfanple, Pooklct PnruIarCard Oatn'WHII,
10e t'aclfle toast llotas Co , Oakland, Cat.
Deas,purtt)r nl rell
are in cUh by them-
can be relied op
en. Don't eipcil-
tueni wiin enca
aecvla yoar aaic
acede sent out by
ram's Saad Annual
for laa V tu.K. AAOnas
In ovry way until X Uocamo every parnci
alarmed, about It and consulted taken nruv
everal iihylolnn. They all !."J Ti.-TeL
treated ins but tho aoro continued cmiSC the trc
COAL MINE EXPLOSION.
New Theory Advanced na to the
Condition Producing- Them.
KxpertH who liuve miido Intwtlga
tlmis of tlio recent initio ilUimterH, not
nbly tliono of Mnnongnh mid Jncob'a
Creek, linvo who to tho conclusion
Hint tho expUmlona nro cnuaetl by ell
HupiKirtlng the portion tnken, It la
n notUvnbtu fact, they any, Hint tho
recent cntnatropluw linvo iKVurnM nt
nlMHtt tlw aiimo hour In tho tiny, In n
xniio of certain nltltudc, lu about thu
snino loiigltudo nnd III plncoa whero
cllmnllc ctmdltloua nro almllnr. Tho
niiijorlly of tho mines operated to
tiny nro below tho loel of tlw atrenma
In tho snmo section, nud, owing to tho
moisture, the outaldu air fonvd Into
tho mines by tlio faun Iiiim 'been laden
with carbon dioxide inoUttiro and oth
It la suggested that If tho nlr forced
Into the mines wns Kntticrcd from n
higher stratum and wna heated sufll
cloudy nnd otherwlw treated to ro
iiioto tho Impurltlefl tlio ticcldeiitH
would bo lens numerous during tho
clinngo of seasons. Proper tciitlln
on with this purified nlr, It Is bo-
11... .ul ivtlt riimm-o to n cnnf OXtont
iiwi-wi ..... "-" - -. -- r. . (
tho coal dust nnd oxpIonIvo gams
which aro found to a certain extent
li overv lllllio. I
Tho llurllngton nnd Union Pnclflo will
take porter oft clmlr cars nnd do nwny
with fliigmcn on some ot their passenger
...i unAAiilIni r M illanntrh frini
Onmba. ll.trenehm.at U given a. tb. JSSSSSX11
KEPT OPES RteoLCLA firnF.FP
asx'mjpuKrri&st aw HiuBioijU)
Whenexr a sore refuses to heal It Is because the blood Is not pare and Sia,pte.Stro..
healthy, as it should be, but is infected with poisonous germs or some old !f Handled
blood taint which has corrupted nnd polluted the circulation. Those most :?.,. .?
usually afflicted with old sores nre persons who have reached or passed mid- "'" v .?
dlcllfc. The vltalityof the blood and strength of the system have naturally ?
bcRun to decline, nnd the poisonous ncrm3 which have accumulated because flSV tTiR?r
of a sluggish and inacth'e condition of the system, or some hereditary taint lB5S "G
which has hitherto been held in chec!c, now force nn outlet on the face. arms. lht ' ,B,
legs or other part of the body. The place prows red nnd nnrry, festers and
cats into the surroundta" tissue until it becomes a chronic and stubborn
ulcer, fed nnd Lent open by the impurities with which the blood is saturated.
Nothing is more trying and disagreeable than a stuoborn, non-healing sore.
The very fact that it resists ordinary remedies and treatments ia good reason
for suspicion; the same germ-producing cancerous ulccra i3 back of every
old sore, and especially is this true if the trouble ia an inherited one.
Washes, salves, nor indeed anything else, applied directly to the sore, can
I ....... do any permanent good; neither will remov-
rIee?roBuV8ah.!V'n0d7nBK lag the sore with caustic plasters or the
vrRroUiiimpio at Urt but it surgeon's knife make a lasting cure. If
KrU2yrlunWVtern!S every particle of the diseased flesh were
ly another sore would come, bc
troublo is In the blood, and the
to vrow worse, ieawu.o.u. nd- BIOOD CANNOT BE CUT AWAY.
vortlsad and oouimoncod Its usa Sr as w v a ...
anannortaklnB-iowhiloXwa The cure must come by n thorough cleans-
compiBtatr eurnd. Mr blood, is jnp- of the blood. In 0. S. S. will be found
piioct of U. s. u., aud thiro ha not n remedy for sores nnd ulcers of every kind. N
uta TSY.J'Jt'JV of tU8 oro Blno It Is nn unequalled blood purifier one that vv.
B.B.B.ouradlt. . ... ,1. ., ... ,..1 .i 11
XUUS.UWIUI ri1"-3 uiiwwy "' uiiuuiiuu urn r,
Wot Union, Ohio. promptly cleanses it cf ell poisons nnd ft
taints, ic gets down to ua trj' bottom ot
tlic trouble and forces out every trace of im
purity and makes a complete nnd lastiug
cure. S. S. S. changes the quality of the ,
blood scrthnt instead ot feeding the diseased
parts with impurities, it nourishes the
irritated. Inflamed ilesh with healthy blood.
Then the sore begins to heal, new flesh Is formed, nil pain nnd Inflammation
leaves, the place scabs over, nnd when S. 8. 8. ha3 purified the blood tho I
sore Is permanently cured. S, 8. 8. Is for sale nt nil firsc class drug; stores.
Writo for our special book on sores nnd ulcers and nny otner tucdicui aavlce
tou desire Wo make uo charge for the book or advice.
f TMs? SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAa
Wrtie I. D.cr(0. (W11 aU Tttce
JOHN S. BBALl, Rlanuf.ciBn
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Ta know rellahl
Root and Herb
11m mftJo Ufa )U!r of
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s-wU U wJr
a Mercury, ,o! so as or Drucs Ud-M Cu-4
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A SURE CANCER CURE
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l.r luclo. 4rni. In M.mr.
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W1IKK writing- to adTertlser pleas
lueutlnn this tmpar, I
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aid at too a package. JiVrtU tor traa boosUai
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