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TIIK nRNO BUM.KTIN, URNn, WKHNFH1UV, AV0U8T II, 1013,
THE BEND BULLETIN
QCOIUJE I'ALMKR PUTNAM
tidltor and Publisher.
U. N. HOrFMAN
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14. 1912.
In an effort to curb the growing
popularity of Woodrow Wilson, cer
tain papers aro working their car
toonists and editorial solons over
time slurring tho Democratic party
becauso It probably will take a
stand against the mad raco for the
construction of battleships that is
now absorbing countless millions of
tho nation's capital. Tho objectors
to tho proposed course of sano econ
omy and fundamental patriotism f the threeHjunrter pole
chiefly devote themselves to waving
tho flag aloft and frantically shout-
lug silly stuff about tho danger to the
republic, the decadence of patriot
ism and tho dlroful results of molly
For the benefit o. these gentlemen
who woold hnvo the United Sstutos
plunge forward as a battleship build
cr, need there be a better example of
iho futility and the iirlmltlve ab
surdity of such a course than that
which is furnished by the armament
race In which England and Germany
are Indulging: Spurred by pross
criticism, nanlc sti token with hob
goblin fears of they know not what,
these two world powers aro strain
ing every financial Unow each to out
do the other. Where will the ab
surd raco cud? Whom will It bene
fit except those who reap profits
from battleship construction? Will
the end come only when the coffers
of one or the other of the contest
ants are exhausted?
And on the flimsy pretext of pat
riotism Is this nation to be driven
pcltmell Into a similar mad raco of
millions? Indeed, If non-battleahlp-bulldlng
Is to be used at all as cam
paign material, let It be undsrstood
In Its true light let tho people com
prehend that the abandonment of tho
"build all the ships u can afford"
policy spells a real progressive step,
for the greatness and prosperity of
fight Is duo for tho county Judgo job.
That tho Democratic nominee, 0.
Springer, who Is a well known and
well liked old resident, will glvo Mc
Fnrlnne a run tor his money. Is gon
trally conceded, wh'lo on tho east
side and In Ilend, wnoro ho has ninny
friends, n sentiment Is growing that
Springer will win out. There le
some talk that nu Independent may
run, but as yet no nunounoemout on
this head has been made.
Warren Hrown la promised an nble
opposition for the county clerkship
by Howard W. Turner of Madras, but
soema slated to win, according to ad
vices from various localities. Van
Allen, for assessor, may run ngalust
a snag In Foster of l'rlucvllle.
Ono thing Is certain: The election
In tho county, as In national politics,
seems destined to split up tho part)
voto disastrously. Very few men
have an Idea of voting a straight
ticket on either side. The election
will be one of candidates and not of
NO SUCH THING AS
GINGH IN BASEBALL
Hounding Into the stretch In the big
league derbies, we look over our future
book tickets with some npprehemdou.
Tho ready money we were to win ou
the Athletics and which we hud al
ready speut In Imngluiitloti In outturn
down on the Current river ue may
have to band over before the season U
over, aud while wo look with satis
faction on tho cnity stride und long
lead of old Gotham we are wont to
recollect that many things can happen
In two furlongs, particularly to front
runners. They pay off at the llulsh.
says Ed Wray. sporting expert.
Here's how they shaK up neurtng
New Tor UreJIhlng a bit; will noed lU
Chicago Coming atronft and fresh.
Pittsburgh Had early rhl, but n
stamina or th bunch Will cloo sirontr.
nillmlelphla Thrown back ami burnt)
at the (tart, la settling Into stride. Lot!
too much ground to make It up. however
Cincinnati lUnk quitter; apprentice
Cardinal 8low beslnner, Juit Milling
Into atrlde. may pas ona mora entry.
Itrooklyn Doesn't clans at alt
Hoston-Itunt for (Illtl) Sweeney.
RaMon Running enslly; not yet extend.
ed. Well handled.
Washlnnteo-Tbe "dark horse." going
well, but keep our chans.e bidden when
thsy ask you to bick this entry
Philadelphia Under whip and spur, rood
anil frame, but may have been held loo far
out of the running;. Jockey Is nervous.
Chicago nider lias utrd whip and spur
too freely and mount shows signs ot sulk
In. Has run Its race already.
Detroit Slowly Improving position, but
ecems to lack speed to get up. Stay note
out Clilcaro If Jockey rides to the limit.
Cleteland-Oood nag; getting a bad ride.
Too Ule to get up In any. event.
New York-8tck horse, needs a cartridge.
BL Louis Out for exercise only.
DlitKCTOItV OF OFFICIALS.
President William II. Tafl
Vice President ..James S. Shorman
Secretary of State P. C. Knox
Secretary of Treasury .F. MacVeagh
Secretary of Interior ,.W. L. Flshor
Secretary of War. ...II. L. Btlmson
Secretary of Commerce and l-abor . .
, Chnrles Nagcl
Secretary of Navy Geo. Von I. loer
Secretary of Agriculture Jas. Wilson
Postmaster General .F. II. Hitchcock
Attorney General G. W. Wlckcrahum
Governor . . Oswald West
,, mmintn natinn iIoimiiuU unan tho Secretary of State ....It. W. Olcott
number of guns It mounts at sea, but
Treasurer Thos. II. Kn
Atty General A. M. Crawford
Immeasurably more upon the numlierSuporntoncnt puuic Instruction
of million dollars It is able to spend
at homo In Internal Improvements.
Tho following clipping Is from the
a.lnotype Uulletln, a magazine of
newspaper and printers' nous of
wide circulation: "Two years ago
Iiend, Ore., was 100 miles from the
nearest railroad. Today it Is a thriv
ing town of 1500 people, with a first
class newspaper The Uulletln
which Inoludes In Its equipment a
new linotype. The normal size of
The Uulletln Is 12 pages, all homo
print. A special Development Nuiu-
!.& laiiiin.l title J annlnlnuil AA liunilK
..,. ,HBU - ,. WU..H.... ,. '""" treasurer Ralph Jordan
which G. P. Putnam, the editor, go,. j. D. i.aFolleite
Hates would have been entirely lm- School finpt. II. A. Ford
possible to produce without the lino- Coroner Dr. E. O. Hydo
i ourveyor ,,,..,..,,..1-rcu a. jucu
(commissioners it. it nay toy
"Support Taft. pray for Roosevelt. 1 lie Courts,
and hot on Wilson, but attach your! Circuit Meets first Monday In
vote to your bet," Is the campaign May and third Monday In Octobor.
advice given out by C. E. S. Wood, I Probate Meets Hrst Monday In
U It. Alderman
State Printer W. 8. Dunlway
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. Hon"
Game Warden W. L. Flnley
State Engineer John II. Lewis
United Stales Senators ...........
George E. Chamberlain
Jonathan Mourn?, Jr.
Congressmen A. W. Itffcrty
W. C. Hawley
Seventh Judicial District.
Judge W. I.. Ilradshnw
Attorney Fred W. Ilson
Judgo If. C. Ellis
Clerk Warren Hrown
Sheriff T. N. Halfour
BE WELL DllESSED. How? tty
Kcttinif your clothes where they sell
good tilings that look well and wear
well unci cost little. A ftill line of the
Hart, Schaffner (Mb Marx
ami everything yon will want for the
summer in Suits, Huts, Shirts, Under
clothing, Shoes, etc.
R. M. SMITH
The universal impulse tp play
ia a divinely ordered thing. If
God gives the Instinet man ought
to provide tho playground.
Man plays only where he la a
human being In the fullest tents
of the word, and be hat reached
full humanity only when he
It would be difficult ts find any
point at which In our large
cities a dollar will go further In
tne making of thai, thing for
which tha city exists than In the
provision and maintenance of
In these playgrounda and In
their work lie the beginning of
octal redemption of the people In
large cities. Theyfurnish the speo
taole of a city saving itselfi of
the people of a great city finding
nature and God by finding their
neighbors and themselves.
Here lies the function of the
playground. It gives the In
dividual the opportunity far
mastery of hi body under con
ditions of inoreating difficulties
In it varied physical activities.
It also gtvtt the opportunity for
the social experience of dsmoo
racy of sslf and grcup govern
ment. It is the school for phys
ical and social lf discovery and
Thsre i another point of view
which maintains that no matter
how great the cost the value of
the boy saved Is Inestimably be
yond It Thl point of view is
suggested by that Master of prac
tical life who knew full welt the
value of money, even the widow'a
mite. For what thall it profit a
city If it gain the whole world
and lose tha souls of its chil
Oetter roads mean progress
and prosperity, a btntfit to the
people who live In tov.ni, an ad
vantage to the people who live
In the country, aid they will help
every aectlon of our vait domain.
Good roadt, like good ttreett,
make habitation along thorn most
desirable. They enhance tha
value of farm lands, facilitate
transportation and add untold
wealth to the producers and con
sumers of the countryi they are
the milestones marking the ad
vance of civilisation) they coon
omlie time, give labor a lift and
make million In moneyi they
save wear and tear and worry
and wastei they beautify the
country, bring It In touch with
1 14- the cltyi they sld th ssolal and
the religious and the educational
and the Industrial progress of
the people; they make better
homes and happier heirthsidssi
thty are the avenue of trade, the
highway of commerce, the mall
rout of Information and the
agencle of speedy communica
tion. Hon. William Sulitr.
V. L. . w f lm
rNw. J If f
f aVeWMksHi 6k,Cts
RATES: Flvo cents n lino foi
first Insertion In this column, foui
cunts a lino for each suhsuuont In
sortlon. Cash In advance unlest
you linvo nn aoeount with The llul
lettn. Count six ords to tho line
Including tho nddreis.
FOR KENT Good puituro onr
mile east of Ilend. newly fenced
Mrs. Harriet Itarnes. ilend.. 20-3p
FOR KENT 10-room flat, nicely
finished; heart of city: cheap. Ore
gon Land & Immigration Co. SOU
FOR KENT Rooms over poster
flee In Trlplott building. Alan pari
of store room next to postofnec. Sec
F. O. Minor. 10lf
FOR RENT Four room house.
Inquire at Pottoftlco. 21tl
the cmlueut Oregon lawyer.
COUNTY POLITICAL 8IHELIGHTH.
Samuel K. Gregg was nominated
at the prohibition convention at Cul
ver for Stato Representative.
Many people over In Prjneville be
lieve that Fred Rice, who was de
feated for the Republican nomina
tion for- the county surveyorshlp by Treaf urer
SVI 1.. UICOICI, Mid ijv HU JIUt.lKilt-
ddi t. candidate for the position. Mr.
Jtiwho lu the present Incumbent, councllmen
sit aar nan saiu uutuiutt reisarins a
... . ........ ,u,jj,.
fhere spgfiig to Uo a 1fenerafof&y I
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday In January. March, May, July,
Septombor and November,
Ilend School DlttiUt No. VJ.
Directors .... ,11. J, Ovorturf, Chmn
F. M. Kay
, Clyde M. McKay
Cleric Miss Marlon WIusl
City of Ilend.
Mayor G. P. PutnHin
Itecoider II. C Ellis
II, J. Overtyrf
Chief of Police S. E. Roberts!
Oit Engineer ....George S. Young
.II. E. Allen
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,S. J. Spencer
August 14, 1912
Chipped beef io nice
to buy, Mama oayo. be
cause there is no bone
Last night mama was
real tired, and didn't
feel like building a
big fire. She sent me
to the grocery for a
Jar of chipped beef,
and when I got back
she had some bread and
butter and sweet milk
on the table, and we
had a real nice supper,
and it didn't cosx
A whole 12' pound
Jar of chipped beef
costs only 15 cto.
P. S. Chipped beef
and everything good to
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Small family. Apply Mm.
II. E. Alton. 19H
WANTED Woman cook ror
restaurant. Exierlenc not neces
sary, if quick, uent and good cook.
Mrs. Nettlo Stevenson. 2Stf
WANTED Agent. Wrlto Health
& Aceldont Insurance Orugon Surut)
& Casualty Co., .122 Hoard r Trade.
Portland, Oregon. 23p
FOR SALE 76 bound books. 'one
Cyphers liieulintor and brooder and
8 lurge parlor pictures. Address J.
McDermatt, Luldlaw, Orti. 2S-2 Ip
WANTED Oievv malinger mid f.
Lollcltors at once. Tho boat or wager
paid. Address Ciroiintl(in Depart
ment, Pacific Homestead, Hatem, Ore
LOCAL ItoproientntlvoH, fjcjtt lady
nnd xcntlomnn In every town nnd vil
lage Salary und commission. Ad
dress Superintendent of Agencies,
Room 0, Now Ilroymnn Hluok, Salem,
DISTRICT MANAGER For state
of Washington. Must ho live, up-to-dato
uowspapcr limn and bo ablo to
handlo crew nnd crew maiingera
Only llvo wire need apply. Address
Circulation .Manager, Room 0. New
Ilreyiunti lllock, Salem, Ore. 18-23
FOR HALE 10 ncron 4 miles from
Iloitd, tin county road; iinonoiimlier
nit! water right; 940 nn iicro cnshi
lft on tonus. Aildtess HOI East
37th street, Portlnml, Oro. 21-lKlp
TOR BAIE Now fiiiir-tooin rot
tngo nml lot fiOxlOO feet, uliiijit four
blocks ninth of depot. House (mint
ed itiul pnpored, water ilk It; furnish
ed nmily fur liousukouiiluK. Will
take $700 ennh or on the litxliilliiioiit
plan. Sou owner ut Evoriiioiiu rouiu
lug house. II. I). Hrown. 32-33i
FOR HALE a cows, I Jergpy holf
nrs, 3 Jersey calves, into disc seeder,
drag, ptuw, shovel plow, steel scrap
er, liny rake, mower, Junior plmitor,
luft cluilii, niuul nml Wfiluos, Kilnil
stone, crosscut mtw, li Iuibk)'. Do
Lnvnl Hcimrntor. churn; nlxo itullry
mid furniture. lniiilro nt Wilkin
son rmirh '.' miles oust of Heiiil, an-lp
FOR BALE-Typowrller, In good
I'ouilltlnn. oiihIi or easy turniH. Ale
ply llulletlil nltk'o.
Fur Niile or Trnile.
WILL ISXOIIANHH for rniieh or
timber clnliu f0 horsepower Upend
well milomuhllu. eost fnoilU, In In
perfect iiiiinltiK order. 1'. O. Ilox
313, Ilend, Oro. " t-2.
In order to clean up the
odds and ends on all low
cut shoes I will make
the following prices
All $4.00 oxfords, now $2.70
All $4.50 oxfords, now $3. 1 5
All $5.00 oxfords, now $3.70
30 per cent; discount on
They wont last long
at these low prices
A. L. FRENCH
We Have Taken Over the Entire Stock of
of the Pine Forest Lumber Co.,
and arc in a position to fill orders ,
ot any size. In addition we carry
a full line of
Lime, Cement, Plaster
Brick and Fire Clay.
Also COAL and LAND PLASTER.
e)ef ,. A,,;
Parties picking rnsphcrrluR iiiay
hove them fur 10 c box. U I). Wlcst.
WI-: BUI!' nlfnlfa hay und fruit to
consumers' eluhs. F. It. Hinlth,
Kenuowlck, Wnsh. l'2-23p
FOR BALK Span of horses, C &
7 yrs. old, wt. 2100. N. K. ailhcrt.
I'ark addition. 20lf
VOU 8ALK Strnwhorry plants,
will ho ready in nliout u niontli. Or
dors must he placed nov, Mrs,
Henry Llnstor. 21-2tp
FOR 8ALH 100 ncrps of whont
land near Irma, Alhorta, Canada, or
will trade for Improved ditch land
noar Hond. Write or phono II, K.
Htewart, Rend, Ore. 23-21.
FOR 8ALB Span of horses, 4
and 8 years old. harness, surrey,
stoves, dishes, tallies, heds, springs
mattresses, tools, chickens, young
aHd old, gardens, fruit trees, herrles,
VlrLfV'fjyjr 111 I r"W r tUi V!"
Wears longer than arty other and gives better service.
For Sale by
Bend Hardware Cot
wwm Jl IWenand.