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tHE BEND BULLETIN
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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1908.
. Those who nre attempting 10 tie
cat the university appropriation nt
the general election-ill June" nre
using some very unfair argument
'unfair became they are not true
Tlie voters should not be mislead
by such stnterhsttts. The mislead
-intr character of UicSe s-taleuient.s
are clearly set forth in t lie followitu;
XCRS letter sen: to the press ol tlit
'Via attempt Is Miir mode by the
"cnerait-iof the university of Oregon to
create prejudice against tlie appropria,
.tion bill through misrepresentation.
Thcr claim that the university hire n
football conch at $ 1500 for u little more
than two months 'instruction' As a
matter of fact, the university has noth
ing to do with the hiring ofn coach,
other than to see that lie i the rJ;ht
Jdtvl of man. Neither have the student
.ever paid $t 500 for a roach, and further,
the coach's salary is paid entirely from
the RAte receipts of the panics They
ray that the In create in the appropria
tion is tcoccr cent, when they know
that the university has received 78,500
for the past two years, and the Increase
can only be 59 rr cent, liven if the
one item o( f47.j10.ol' the old appropria
tion bill were takcu. the increase would
be only a little ovei half of what they
claim. They mv71 jhat the university
has shown bad fa- tn hi' pushing this bill
by going to the courts on technicalities.
A a matter of record, the enemies of
the university wprp'the ftrst to appeal to
the courts, when t,h Wretary of state
'refused to file their petitions, and later
carried the case U tlie supreme court.
The friends of the university hive ap
pealed to'the courts only once, and then
Hhen the tjtle was manifestly unjust and
'nmlcadinirl These arc but examples of
'the misrepresentation used by the op
position 4lfouhout their argument."
; Papers la all parts of the United
'States bre commenting On the fact
that an. appropriation oi $125,000
ifor the 'Oregon university has beep
ilield.u by some of Oregon's mis
sguided citizens, and the comment
is not very favorable to the stato.
. .-If Oregon wants to rank with hef
:;tster states in educational matters,
"Jbe citizens tnlist vote in favor of
XcTantud the gralll it the work U not lie
fjttu or plans are not carried 0(11 In ac
cordance witn me nutnoruy granted.
Third It sliottld alto bei tile dtily of
sonic designated oflicinl to sec to It that
in approving the plans the maximum de
velopment oMlic navigation ami power
is assured or, at least, that in tusking
the plans these may not lie so developed
utilisation of the water or complete
as ultimately lo interfere will! the better
development of the power, .
fourth There should lc a license fee
or charge which, though small or nomi
nal at the outset, can in the ftlturc lie
adjudged so as to secure n control in the
interest of the public.
Fifth l'rovilon should tic made for
the termination of the grant or privilege
at, a definite time, leaving to luturc
gt-ticrations the power of authority to
tcnewor extend the clncelou in ac
cordance with the conditions which
may prevail at that time.
' WHY OIVE IT AWAY.
4 President Roosevelt has vetoed a
I)ill passed by congress authorizing
the construction of a dam for potver
purposes in Rainy river, and in
connection therewith takes the
stand that power that can be de
veloped from the streams of the
land is a natural resource that be
longs to all the people and should
' ;not be given away without com
pensation. He said iu part:
. "The chief of engineers of the army
reports that the bills now pending at
'this session of congress permit the con
struction of dams iu navigable rivers
capable of ducoplng over l.ym.oou
Horsepower. riiee rivers run ever) hour
in the day anil rvtsfy day in the ear. To
develop this amount of pouer would uu
dcr aterage yomtitlons require abo-tt
- 35,000,000 toiie of medium quality coil
even year. Tlusnatural wealth is the
jheritageof the people. I see no reavoii
for giving it awa-. Tlmugh there s
every reason for o't imposing conditions
m burdensome as to prevent the utiliza
tion of the potter.'
Engineers have figured that there
is enough waterpowcr available in
,tbe streams of Oregon to more than
pavUhe entire expense of the Mate,
f Ariose who secure the right to de-
, velop this power would be required
wo pay a small yearly rental on each
'Horsepower developed. That
vJpuld relieve the jveople of all
tafe taxation and would be com
pensating them for what they are
'sow giving away free. The nerjt
? fcgislature should enact a law put-
tiag a charge upon the prnnting of
t' -..aierpottc priveleges. In this re
gard Preoident Koo&evelt recom
rrends: First There should In- a limit or
sarefully guarded grant Ju ihe nature of
anieption or opHriiiit;yinonled within
reasonable time ordcvc&Liiiii'iit of rlan
iad for execution of thej.prij?cct.
Second Such 0 jin o' concession
ll i'iaut liv 21 tirovisiou exn essly ntak-
:jjit the duty of the designated officials i
. A Plea for Woman Suffrage,
Gentlemen, Voters, Sons, Ilroth
ers: I tint growing old. Uttt I can
not test until you have given us the
victory. Kvcry hour I spend in
this service is n labor of love. Ev
ery dollar I spend is n personal sac
rtficc. Have the faithful mothers
of Oregon not earned your afTtrma
tive votes iu their behalf in this uu-
dun'' contest, for their full and free
enfranchisement? You ought not
to Ife afraid of us.
Yutt arc equipped with ballots
We are not. We are depending
upon you to honor our flag of truce
by voting 'cs tn our beh.il I
Ynu know you would only compel
tit to repeat this struggle in 1910 if
you should fail us now. Hut we
believe you will not fail. You have
hut to unlock the closed door to the
citudel of liberty, leaving us free to
hoove exactly as you do, as to
whether to vote or not to vote nt
every succeeding election. Thus
onl can you acquit yoursc'.f as
freeman and relieve us from all
further effort to secure equality
with our rons before the law.
AmoAtx Scott Dunniway,
Mother of Native Sons, and Presi
dent Oregon State Suffrage Assn.
It Is Important that you should decide
to take only l'oley's Honey and Tar
when ou lure a cough or cold as it will
cure the most obstinate rackiuc cough
and expel the cold from your system.
I'olrty's Houey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs. Insist upon having It
C. W. Merrill. Druggist.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson have made
Arrangements to board the men at the
sawmill. They will move from their
present residence on the I'inler ranch
over iicur iuc unit in a ictt uasi.
Roiland primaries will be held In the
school house which will. prevent holding
school Thursday and l'Hday.
Prank Ilocuc am! Carl Wise will finish
their work on the Long I'rairic ranch
llert Caldwell was in town Sunday.
There is commencing to be cood feed
on the mesdawsand river bottoms. The
last three days bringing the grass up out
of the ground very fast.
Jim Kelley arrived in town Wednesday
I. K. Lovell and Mr. Clothier were in
town Monday. Mr. Ixvell was detained
here by a sick horse.
Waller Check went throucli lerc with
the first freight of the season.
An Insidious Danger
One of the worst features o( kidney
trouble is that it is an insidious, tllsea.se
and before the victim realizesjiis danger
he may have n fatal malady. Take
l'oley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign
of trouble as it corrects irregularities
and prevents Ilright's disease and dia
betes. C. W. Merrill, Druggist.
Pleasant RldRts Items. 1
StKkIng garden Is the evciiti of the
day in the Plciunnt Ridge vicinity.
Warm local showers mid nu abundance
of sunshine have Wit visiting us with
Partners arc nil busy uow-a-days get
ting lu their spring crops, and w'c are
much pleased to see such tntciprlslng
Owing to the vncatilon of tlie I.aldlaw
public school ihl week l'tof. J, Alton
Thompson Is wanting no. time lu clearing
his 40-acre tract of laud jiist out of Red
mond. I'or Instructloii lit camp-fire
cooking just nsk the profes-nor.
Much to the happiness of pillions of
the school district, we have learned there
Is enough money with which to run
another mouth of school, making n five
Rasmus Peterson has left the country
Indefinitely, nnrtliwittd lwinnd tnu-nnl
the Columbia river, with expectations of
Hasler service will lc obsercl by the
ncaarti Ktilce Mimlay school at A t. tit.
The ladles nre pre piling an iutctvstiug
program for the occasion.
G. W. Hull has leaded the Jaitirs Grant
farm and also the Jacob Pcletsoti place
for the ensuing year.
Mr. Hani of Clina Palls purchased
some goojj oat tltnyt from, tltcrwootl
Hros. at fj.oo a kail last week. Their
seed oats are being rapidly disposed of.
GET THE BEST
TUMAto: April 15. C. W. Thorn
thwaite mid Hills Kdgcrtoulinietcturncd
and taken up their abodes on their home
steads near Tumalo.
J. M. Patton and Mrs. Pattou and Sey
mour Pattuu were vHtiug G. W. VA liner
and family last Sunday. Mr. Seymour
ration is a (prominent merchant 01
Waltsburg, Wash. The Pattou ilroi.,
J. M. ami Seymour, own quite a lot of
ditch land a few miles north of Tumalo.
They are well pleased with the future
outlook for this country.
Ira R. Winter and C. It. Spaugh were
pleasant callers here last Sunday.
Winters and Jensen are now cleaning
out and repairing their Tumalo dltcti
and will soon turlt in water for irrigating
Geo. W. Witiier & Sons have a lot ol
fine cattle which they are offering for
Pronto Vantassel U making his regu
lar trips, with the V. S. mall from Gist
and' Tomato to Laldlaw. He is dolnc
quite, a lot of express business and Is giv
ing goon service.
Messrs. GIImou, Pulliam &Co. turned
water into .their Snow creek, ditch Mon-
day. The company have some fine
lanus north ot Tumalo iu which they
Irrigate from this Snow creek ditch.
Redmond Items. '
RxDiioxn, April 13. Mr. 15. C, PaVk
started to Shaniko Saturday morning
with Mr. and Mrs. Trisler, Mrs. Park's
K rents, and his mother, Mrs. Dora
irk, alt of whom have lieen spending
the winter with tnem. hey carry away
a very high opinion of our climstc and
country hi general. They take the
train at Shaniko for their homes in east
A fine little 101 pound son was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Immcteoii Mon
day evening. Dr. Coc of Bend had the
case iu charge.
Mr. and Mrs. I!. I.. Iversou, daughter
and son-in-law came In 011 the Dig Pour
Stage Monday to make their home In
Mr. Karl Hhret has returned from n
purchasing trip to Portland.
Mr. Atkinson hat lately moved Ids
family into their new home 011 their
ranch two miles southwest of Redmond
The Indies' Aid Society held their an
nual lmliicvt meeting with Mrs. Jack
son on Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Lamb was
elected president, Mrs. James McGuffle
secretary, and Mrs. Jackson treasurer
for the ensuing year. Outside of the
business transacted, elegant refreshments
were served and a general good time
was enjoyed by all.
Our musical itcoiilc areprepiriug soirv
good music fur the Raster Sunday service.
The Surprise Club planned to meet
with Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Kendall oil
Wednesday evening but owing to their
absence from home they met with Mrs.
25,000 Now Words
Now Casottoor of f ho World
1 jr.ih tiovc t'oan XIW) titles, Uaaad on tbo
I lilt irk ii .1 nsl toriiriiM.
c Ufciii..; ? '" mmu of over 10.000 uottxt
Jj". ivu j C-1 a i.Hrili.iIcfitiii;.-.
nui-jti ..v.HA;.):iH.ri.T..i.T..p.. I
l.u.:M. i v.-iui- lunvroi:j4ucatlou. R
Alt 'VtUmr'jGcUtglaf Dictionary
Dj ..- Ltxteal, til tit'i la. Trittilima
i if J - "UMtJtulV tlnUtCUlimiillilHujlMt.
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yputlll.r3, eprTnsfleli!. Mas.
Mi '" iiibiiii iinnnmii
A Common Mistake
Maui women mistake kidney ntid
I bladder trouble for some irregularity
peculiar to the sex. l'oley's Kidney
1 Reined; . corrects irregularities mid
makes wpjnen well. MtM Carrie Har
den, Howling (ircc:i, Ky., writes. "I
suffered much pain from kidney and
bladder trouble until I started to use
l'oley's Kidney Reimdv, Tile first Ixit
tie gave me great relief, and after taking
the second bottle I was entirely well."
C. W. Merrill, Druggist.
Cntboti paper for sale at The
Bulletin office; 5c a sheet.
There's news in The Bulletin.
1W 1 ill II u . f I I It !f n .m -J
Gopliers, Sage Rats and Prairie Dogs
annually devastate our fields of growing
grain. Their number may be greatly
diminished by a systematic warfare upon
therti. Kvery female killed before the
young are born, reduces the number of
pests at least ten later on,
" Woodlatk" Squirrel Poison la the most
reliable and destructive Knt yet devised
for their extermination. It Is alxtoliitcly
certain lu its acllo'i mid every kernel fa
warranted lo ktl. Climatic changes or
.moisture of the earth do notdestioy Its
strength. It requires tiomlxltigor prepa
ration, and is always ready for use. No
other is so good. Dealers will refund the
furchase price, if no't as claimed.
Ioyt Cuxmicaz. Co., Portland, Orecoa
In Regard to Commutation Proof,
Registers and receivers of United
States land offices have been in
strttcted to observe the following
rules in regard to homestead com
t. Commutation proof offered under
a homestead entry made uu or after
ovemner 1, 1907, will lie rejected un
less it tic shown thereby that tlie entry
man has. in good faith, actually resided
upon and cultivated the land embraced
In such entry for the full period of at
least fourteen mouths.
a. Where such commutation proof is
offered under an entry made prior to
November I, 1907, if it be satisfactorily
suown tucrciiy thai me etitryman nan,
ill vooil faith, established actual resi
dence oil the land witnln six mouths
from the date of his cutty, he may be
credited with constructive residence
Irom date ot entry; provided that It lie
also shown that such residence was. lit
good faith, maintained for such ierlod
as, when added to the , period of con
structive residence herein rccogiilted,
equals the full period of fourteen mouths'
residence required by the homestead
3. In no case can commutation proof
tie accepted when It fails to show that
the required residence and cultivation
continued to the date on which applica
tion for notice of intention to make such
proof was filed. Very respectfully,
R A. IUlmnoxm,
Investigate The Ilulletln's clubblue
nflir. It will pay von.
N0TI0U Kill PUUIilOATlUN
V. S. U omtf, The IMlIt s, OiTfOil.
Nullee I hertt.y rlvn that tlit' xutf of Ort;
ami hMhMlutnltumcaiillMtluii tot patent
hi Itis flitlowlHK IUI f lands, 10-wlti
I.IHV NO. I'OR PATHNT.
Ml of wlikli InitwUil In itunl sitfstt.l
IUI No, iv.
Dttlihtfut liquid act PotuJar.
Jintarf a tar loftntu, 6auiy antS
rltlblt II 1, n pirUtt ala to bmaul,,
rtjtralnlmg ! ravaf, ,f sun, vlsil
trultlm: Mllmlnafi tan, sunburn,
frmckln, sallmwnttr and Imptrn.
limns mf tn skin. Von,,,, a ttalalp
tllnglng edmr curtujvfy Its awn,
Paicc 00 Cts, Boostir fait ar Oauaoisra
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ml list spptlnt for a paltnt tot hU Umttumlti
lh(ilo Auiuil is, IV4. (S hUl . Dit 1),
uu li, isa. iwHUI , 111), hl Mstcn 1. lvl.
ji hui. nii-iiM). ttUtln tu Hit irtiiilaa l
not locftcrnl milium rr ti alltt Uml lo.Ach
bfcTftiln (!(, nillbslstwMM IUI. with III
reoiniNiiilN( iiroalt. Is cn fur luitlun ol
all iw iwn Inltietlnl, sikJ the tHitdle (rntlsUr.
Wllliln lh out slslr ill ,fglkralk( lh tlal
o( this nolle, piotcMs or coltl lo.t lh
tUlm of Ihe male lo any tract tltartlliril In Ihe
Hat, cm the iruuml of failure toroiiiiiljr with the
law, on the ground ot uonleit charaeler
of ihe land, ou Ihe (round of a (trior ailierw
rixni, or no ine irounn mat ihe uinr 11 more
aiuanie lur mineral than atrieuiiural iurinMrra,
will Ik incited and nolnl lur rrlmrl to the (itn
niion, it L
C W MOOHlt. Mrililcr.
erat Land urnevat U'aihlnalon.
Anront n.llnt a skalrh and dticnnlnn rnaf
Oulohly aarariam rnir oi'iiitnu fra whatuar au
liitaiilloil la .rihblr lialwilal.U, riiniliiiil.lra.
IkinaalricllyriHirliteiilfal. HINDBOOX on 1'alaiila
nt i.mi. ifl.la.l ani.nre for rurliia? balanla.
stops) tS counts nnd ltoals lu'iitfa
! ani.nre rof rurlna? bale
I'aluiU laJmn Ibrouall Jluim 4 Co. IMtlT
A handrmaiy lllutlralad waeklr. Nreait 'Ir.
cuiailiin jf unr rlaiilllli) lournal. tunm.,
ari fwir iuuutb,ft. Bold tijr all ramilatlar..
- it V Ht Wa.hlnaiun. II.C.
WHEN IN BEILI SOP AT
THE PIL6T BdlntE INN
" Table always supplied Allh the beet that the town affords.
Nclst and Comfortable ffoofifc BiCNfiOJilftblV
LOUIH II AKN1WON, KrcelTti
l,C W Moore. Hfil.ltr ai the' 1'nllr.t States
Ijiii.I liroce al The liallea, Olf u, hrrtlty dealt
nalt The liend ilHtlelln, tmMltlieil at IkihI
(.rook Couiily, Oreton, at the irr tiuMuheii
nearest the land In nhKhforetoIncnutlmh'mM
tie uidlihrl lor al Itaat nine tvnMreviiKe oresa,
the oral mlillalluit to ! made not later tliau
Starch I j. lyuS,
mriKiiS C. W. iKKIKIt. Megitler
The Halite, Ore ton. Starch J, I'".
Timber Ijinil, Act June J, l;t,
KOTICti VOll PUUfilCATIOX.
I li Land Ofllcr, LaVetlcw. Orrjou,
January jn. f.
Nolle la here lit- ileen that In ccniillanc with
Ihe provision, of ihe Acl of Cougreaa of June 1,
is;" entitled, "An act for Ihe MleofllmUr Until
In theaialraol California, Ureton, fi.U. and
V. hliiflmi Tttrllory," at eaiemlcd to all the
imtillC laud slates by Act of Auguit 4, Syjt
John ri, I'arniluter
of Iknd.Counlr of Crook. Nat of Olrrmi, haa
rCnl in this oflkr Ma awotn alatrrnent No, T
forth iiurrhaacuflh NVVJi" of rkcyi, Tpn H,
And wilt offer proof to ahnw thai the land
flight la more valuable for lis tlinher or alone
lhau fur atrieuiiural imrrwaea, ami to ralaMi.li
h claim to said laud befurc II C. Ittlla, V tt.
Coaiinliiiil.ar.al l.iaolfloral lien., Drrijoii, on
rlal'irday.ih nth day of April; ,
ri 1 wmiraaea iiiuer Pilawoiicf r,
T, ' "' rl """'i rrauia i. Jiar,
AnVaudall irrona clalinlnit sitrerly Hi
aouveleaerlbeil latida arc rriiiieated to (II their
claluia lu this o(Dc ou or IkIoc aald ivlh day ol
April. lvA '
S ai4 J. .V. WATHOy, Uexl.lcr
Department of Hie Interior,
f. H, Laud Office, I.akevlew, Oregon,
February a&. 11.JL
A sulrtejerat contest aftklavlt bavliiat Uen ll
i,iv.,Kcu; ,-. .iaiiun,ruiiicaiani,aalntl
lipnireiead emry No, 4164, made Auguat , i,,,,,
'or hlJ WX 'INhS W , Hectlon is. TV ' rl
H 11 It W M. lie lohii II rm iirhMiii. .,.... 1.:
which II la alleunl Dial ulT iilimii,.!..... I...
wholly aliandoned sahl land, that h haa never
lived 011 aald land and that he hat nt vcr biilli i
houM 011 aald land lliat ha In, never militated
aid laiidatlnl that lie liaa been Vbaenl Irom aaht
Ci S. DENSON.
ATTORNEY. AT LAW
ol'HCIt IN HANK IIUILIIINII,
W. I. MYERS
Litiul unci IrriKfitiou
, ,, Lawyer
rractlce In all Cmirt mid DcpnttmctiU
of the Interior.
U. C. COE, M. D.
OI'I'IUK OVIJK I'Mrl
71(1 Viltlbt CClCpbOlIt ColllK'CllOlt
DAV TICMCI'tlOrlll NO. it
IlKNI), ': OUIUION
DR. I. L. SCOHELD
OflUv ItfWf rf, fa m to 4 p. iu.
Ofllec III old I'llot Hull's Development
Co, llld., oix)sltc lUllk,
M. V. T0RJLEY, M. D.
Physician nttd Surgeon
omen ovum coiini;k huud htokk,
liilfH, OK ltd UN
'iy ' -Ta. r 'f- Sr jr
FFsANK Hi CREENNAN
Attorney nt l-v.
Will Practice In AU Courts. .
Hooiutoveriuuk IlKNII, OkUCO
J. II. IIANIJR,
ABSTRACl'GR of TITLES
fir laiurauc. Ill Insurant, Kurcly IViada,
Ht r.ltle, Conrr;aBilu
rMlWl'Vlll.lb . OHKIION
IIHST WOltK Ol'AHiVNTHKD.
I'rlces fiom 7jc to ft. to.
Leave saws at I'lue Tree Store. .
HI). ll.il.VOK.SOKi IlKNti, Ohkoon
THE . .
First National Bank
Capital, Stirplus and Undivided
n V. Allen
Will Wiic, welter
T M Maldwln
II tu I.I win
When You Paint
buildings,' inside or out
side, -if you desire the
very best results at tlie
least' Expense you
E. A. SATHER
A Pull l.lno of (Jroccrlcs, Dry
(loods nnd llnrUwnrc nlwnys on
' 1 . ., "' """ uoninaiaai wai. ami that
Mid allriftil al-tlice from llir.latd laud was not
ililbacripliiyinciit In M army, Mvy or
m.,i,ic i)i. 01 me 1 linen Malta at 11
ouutr mil vr, wamaii or
War Willi Khalll. or 1I111I
which tlin I lilted Hlalra ma
luSrlar daring the
XPISZ'SSSE ."?"..!. .IMr. te
siioud and offer evtdeuc touetUnif aald a leta'lloii
IJIIu, V. H. commlulouer, at VtuH. Oievon ami
that Anal liearluir will t,...,,V.':illi,'t"
oiilay4,lcuft.lturllif Keslater and Hee'eiv
er at 111 IJulled Hlatcs Mud llmce In like kw.
iir.Vt "''"'ilwlaiil liavlng, In prt,p,f R(n,u.
till. ollcau nor i-iat'. tt Bm7 ,1 y", ,t,,e,
am illreclr.1 that audi nolle. jgu by "S
an4 proper imbllislion, ' ""'
J. N. WATSON, Kcgliter.
HENRY L. WH1TSETT
Horse Shoeing; and
Class Work aunrnntcctl.
I,ocned in the old Sheldon r.linn.
I'or Sale ' ,
House fiiul lot, blocJ: i, lot a,
Dcild tOWIialtC. Olllv' st-rennn.
Apply to MillnrdTrlplctt, Crcswcll,
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