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Tilts rtV-Nt) BULLETIN
(PubllKtictl Kvcry Wednesday)
UBOKOU PALMER PUTNAM
, ItOHEKT W. SAWYER
An Independent nowspnpor stand
ing (or tho square deal, clean bust
nesa, cloau politics nnd tho best lu
lorcsta of Mend nnd Control Oregon.
neuft As well as plnco Otogon In nn
unenviable position should alio over
bo obtlgod to fnco tho emergency of
suoh nn Invasion front ncrosa tho sen.
Control Oregon Is Interested In tho
bequest ot halt a million dollnra
which W. W. Hrown will mnko to re
ligious nnd educational Institutions.
Generosity nlwnys nrousos ndmlrntlnn
and Booms especially notable whon
the ono who 'gives hnB won tho niennn
All subscriptions nro duo nnd
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Notices of
expiration nro mailed subscribers nnd
It renewal Is not m a do within reason
able time tho paper will bo discon
Plcaso notify us promptly of any
chanRO of address, or of talluro to re
ceive the paper regjlarbv Otherwise
we will not bo responsible for copies
Make all checks and orders pay
able to 13end Bulletin.
one year $1.60
Six months 80
Three months .60 (or his gifts solely through his own
oiulenvore. For Instance, when young
Hocktellor Bloughn off n million or
so. tho orodlt of tho girt Is mlnlmlr
tut by tho knowledge that fitter nil
the money ho hands over Is his solely
by tho accident of birth. Hut with n
man llko Urown the case Is different.
Drown la solf-mnde, and his wealth Is
WEDNESDAY. FED. 3, 1915.
self-won. He made every cent of it
by his Individual Industry and fore
sight, and his charity Is thorefore
doubly creditable, for ho gives of his
very own. Crook county Is proud of
"Blir Drown, and glad that her op
portunities made possible his success.
This editorial from the- Oregon
Journal Is Indicative cf the helpful
attitude Portland 'interests are tak
ing on the present Irrigation ques
tions. "if, by appropriating $450.00 Ore
gon, can get an additional $450,000
from tho federal government for
bringing waste land under production
by Irrigation, would it not be a good
"If the state, made tuts appropria
tion under such terms that It would
be a mere loan and revert within a
few years back to the state, drawing
interest meantime, would it. In the
long run, cost anybody anything?
"If, by the process, tho State would
create out of waste land worth noth
ing, productive land worth say $4,
000.000 or $6,000,000 which would
eomo under taxation nnd afford
homes to tho homeless and at tho
soma tltno yield millions worth of
agricultural products, would it not
be one of tho best paying investments
the commonwealth could make?
"Would not the $450,000 from the
federal government be a clear gain
to the state, and be. In Itself, a suf
ficient Incentlvo or reason for making
"Our legislature Insets .that It (s
long on economy. Is there any bet
ter economy than a loan of $450,000
with Irrigated land for security,
which mere loan will bring from tho
federal government an additional
$460,000 for converting raw and
worthless lands into highly valuable
lands sustaining a donse population
of peopiejDow landless and homeless?
"Js tJiero one member of the leg
islature at 'Salem who can prove that
It Is not good public policy for the
state to open to sottleAtt new lands
on which people wltljut borers and
without lands can go and make a
"The proudest boast that the 1913
legislators canvever.mafce lsthat they
mado the Tumalo Irrigation project
"In that constructive achievement,
they left an enduring monument to
legislative vision." '
Recently It has seemed rather eas
ier to get out of the penitentiary than
tp get Into it. Certainly tho pardon
route has been popular. Uut now It
begins to look as If tho horso thlovos
nnd other undesirables who are sent
up from thla country will bo left be
hind tho walls until their terms ex
pire. And The Dullottn ventures tho
opinion' lhat such a prison policy on
tho part of the now administration
will provo fnr more satisfactory to
the peoplo of Control Oregon than
the exaggerated leniency of tho past
Blnnle Notar Ai Its Letters, Groups
ot Notts Its Words.
As jiui know, tin- admit notes nre
tho lot lent of the nitwit language.
OrouiM of note) tin tho word of tho
musle lauKtiugo. In a HKikoii Iniigunm
tho lotion mi' iiIwii.vh colluded oho
itftur the nttier. In tho innate Intiuuiiuo
thoy nro suint'tttuv Noiiuilod ouo uftor
tho other iiuil uiellnicH sliuultiiuu-
Thla Mot explain two Iniptirtiint dl
vMonx. of umoli-niitiiol,r, nii'loily mid
tmrumiiy. In it couonil wi.v. melody
oonxwts of single tmiox lienrtl ouo uftor
tho other: coinl'iiiatlon of tonoH lutinl
xtmultmiootixly nro en I led harmony, A
won! .of tho intnlc language niny con
xlxt of Movonil toni'K lu ttucroislon. llko
a word of tho spoken tuiiuuugi. whluh
consist! of several leltiint lu kuiviik
On tlio other hund. n word of the mu
sic language tuny consist of xeveml
tones hoard simultaneously, which, I"
tmittwathlf lu htugunge. Some of, t,bu
most luilmrtant words of tho mustcJ
language nre tuo-n which nro uxod lu
both these ways, nnd It Is one of, .the
great charms of music that Its words
can bo heard lu thexe two ways. Dr.
Ruilolf von Ucblcb lu Womnn'a World
NEW FHANGHISE OFFERED
Council Itecclvci Measure with Slight
Clinngc IHHs nro Paid.
The franchise requested by tho
Dead Flour Mill Co. to run a polo
line from tho north limits of the city
to Its plant, for tho purpose of carry
ing power, was withdrawn at tho
meeting of tho city council last nlcht
and a new measure submitted. Thol
only difference between tho old nnd
th now frnnoh'-eo Is that under the
new oae powor is to be brought!
for the ore or the (lour mill only.
Mayor Miller referred tho franchlso
to the committee on streets, public
wavs nnd sewers for consideration.
In connection with tho question of
light and power matters In the clty
the council Instructed the recorder
to Inquire pf tho state railroad com
mission when It expected to complete
Ita investigation Into the rates now
being charged In Dend.
A .resolution was also passed call
ing h at'erftlon of aalboti owners to
alleged violations of tho law in sell
ing liquor on Sundays. In the dis
cussion preceding tho passage of tho
resolution it was apparent that the
mnni-lt vm rnnriv tn tnko notlvn titnni
In ft... vm.. . Ot,Mj4n, lr,t, Ann A a '
III .1117 llja.tv;, ui .juuum M u. -.,...
which was said to be growing too
The following hills were allowed:
Pend Water Llht & Power Co.
$245.46; R. D. Gould, $277.42; Geo.
8. Young. $29.80: Oregon Irrigation
Congrees. $5.00: Anton Aune. $1.00;
Pond Bulletin. $11.20: II. E. Jones.
$.90: Dick Davis. '$1.50: National
Pn-etr C.. 5.o0: 8. B. Roberts.
$100.00: M. B. Coleman. R 00- J.
A. Eaates. $28.00- H. C. E11K MO:
J. P. Johnson, $15.eo; L. Doonnr
TURN OF THE WORM.
Htr Claim to Fsm- Put All Hr Rivals
Out of tht Running.
The Hiipvrlnteiideut of n charitable
Institution fur the aged (Mior lu n cr
tain dlxtrii't says thnt there Is no
tuple moro pleasing to xomo old wum
en thnn the dUcusxIou of their "bet
ter duyn,' when they wore the fortu
nate poxtenxors of "everything lienrt
could wlb fur." as they are opt to ex
One old lady tn the luxtltutlon men
tloneil never tlroil of dexc-ribliig the
Query she had when she wits u lirlile
Another lumxted of having onw own
ed n "gold I mini chlny ton net" nnd six
solid silver teaspoons, whllt- n third
dwelt nt length on the elegHuee of n
flowered silk gowu nnd satin parasol
with fringe Of teen Inches long
One poor old lady stood thlx sort of
talk as long ut she could. Thuu she
cclmlr Interrunted with:
"Well. I uevcr had no chlny teiJ
things, nor no silk gowns, nor em
brolderod petttcontM. nor openwork
stockings, nor gold earring, nor tioth
in' o' that sort, but I bavo had1 four
buxlmiuK an' I'd like to know wheth
er nny of you can beat tbat-Bx-change.
i t .i
Use True, Blue Flour! It Is ttw
Mtnor of ths Machlnsa That Qtrlks
Mis Ensmy In tho Dark,
Siiluuiiiltiox Imvo liiiiny olonu'iiti
u Mich iiiiiUotliein ii iliitiKehiliH itieiuioo,
but the ii' nro ul-ni iiuiliy onluiexxo
wlileh iMirtlully olTvet their offciiHlvo
iiinilllloH, Trn ellMj .under vtWr, thoy
uro InvNIble rnuu xhlpn o.eopt na tho
lioilxiopo N xhot nlioio tho xurfiieo to
reeoimolhT. Hut thoy un unite onxlly
boon fhiiu nlr onift. oven wlieu inn
iieiiieilnv ill ii urotit tleptli. They lire
iiimttiieloililo tij guutliv. oxivpt wlion
they i-oiuo tn tho xiirfueo, when tholr
fmll Htriieturo niiikoM iliem piiitliMiliirly
Uiiblo to Hiiihlou detitiiietlun. Ah thoy
i-iiiitint Ih hooII. tbey eiinimt Ik lit
linked by tnipedm-x from the xhlH
the nro after, but If the pcrlxooiv
i-oinox up nnd the Hiilmiiirltie H thus
limited xlu H llublo to gutillro mill tor
piilo uttiiek nod to being niuimod or
The limited view from thp erLcopo.
duo to It root rlet oil olovntlun nlnive the
Water xurfuee, inuUert It nliniMt hope
lex to nttemut nn attack In darkness,
Dut the llltlo voHsel ran travel long
distances nt nlctit nnd be ready nt
brook of dnwu to siroud deotnictlon
hriNHlrtist The submarine run easily
avoid a blockading fleet by kihIii 1m
'nenth It. As Its motion t-Auiiot bo fob
lowl with the eye. the xubmttrlne is
strsaes tu an unusual degnv the exxoii'
tin) olrnirnts for dellrurlug h surprise
Ono of tho chief menus of dodging
nuhiuiirlnos lx to kop continually on
the move, changing dlroctlnn froiient
ly mid keeplug n sharp UmUout for the
spytug iKTlxcope. U-xlle's.
. S't b;,-,
We are making this week a few spec
ial bargains in Ladies' Silk Petticoats,
Ladies' Skirts, Ladies' Suits, Children's
Knit Sets and Men's Flannel Shirts. Our
chief bargains are the following:
$2.50 Silk Petticoats reduced to $1.39
$4.00 and $4 50 Silk Petticoats at $3.00
nest maue and a
If ever there has been a time when '
we mlcht wisely decrease our nro-. C"'iaty hospital
visions for national defense, assured-1 ?fflc In the Sathor building where
Having recently finished 19 months
post graduate work ln,8n FranrUestj
Dr. E. Rca N"-rIs luv'cmo Pd
to open an office a a fnrnl nr-c-
tftloner. While In San Frpnetse n- I
Norrls bad charee of the pt pnlen
clinic at the College of Phvalclnn.
and Surgeons and was 'n ntndincn '
on the surgical clln'c at trie civ anu
He has taken an
ly it Is not now. The great leson of
the European war is that civilization
Is no safeguard against nrmod con
flict. We Tiavo not yet progressed to
o Jirs a eomplw- eoulp-nnt Includ
ing an x-ray macnine. auv.
a thn recent Installation of thp
that condition In which there need he nebekah lodg the following took f-f
no fear of war because of our high
state of development. In short,
whatever our motives, whatever our
nature, whatever the Inozousableness
of It, war may be visited upon us at
any time, Just as it came to countries
Pee; N. 0.. Ethel Fiemlnr: V. O
Mrs. C. P. Nlswoeger; Secrefarv.
Mrs. J. A. Bastes: Treasurer, Mrs.
Rmma Rudow; Wnrdon. Monde hi.
- Conductor. Mrs. U II. 0'es;
r.haplaln. Lucy French: H. B. N O.,
I. A. Bastes; It. 8. V. O. Mrs. Ouy
, .. i.M,tr. n .i n.n "isynolds. Following the Instal-
v. . ..-. . -,.w mv...v -. i-finn refrei
Ing better than to be left In peace.
It Is true that no Immediate. crisis
Is at hand. It is true thnt possibil
ity of conflict should be discouraged.
Hut it is equally true that we should
be reasonably prepared for what may
come to us even out of a clear sky.
All of which comes home to us es
pecially at this time because the leg
islature at Balem has under consid
eration the fate of the Oregon Na
tional Ouard and the Naval Militia.
Each state owes to the Nation co
operation In national defense, or, at
least, in preparedness for such de
fence should necessity nriee. Espe
cially Is It fitting that the states o
tho two coasts, which first would bo,
menaced and first would call upon
the nation for'afd, should bear their
portion of tho burden. It Is only too
apparont that at best our ?atpnal
Guard system is a little more than a
step In toe right direction, l3ut it
is nil we have, and on its merits de
servos full support. So let-uahopa
that nothing will be dohb by the
leglslatufci to embarrass the Guard,'
Nation sm regards military proparod-
latlon refreshments were served
Buy Them At
THE VAHIETY HTOHE
Wewoyld impress upon your mem
ory; 'First that we sell the best
grades of goods in every line we
carry, at the lowest possible prices.
Second that in the matter of
good service we positively will
noVbe outdone. For QUALITY,
ECONOMY and SERVICE go to
'Ben'd'a Leading Eats.gfei ;
NERVE IN GOLF.
Vsrdon's Shot That Won a MUH That
Was Conildsrad Lost. '
In tin AnuTlnin Miignxtiie Jerome D.
TrHVi-rx wrlli-n on Vurdou, wluun hi
iiIIh thi' grvutiit golfi-r. Otn- yiiir Vnr
'hut plnyiil over a hundrcil crtlllug
iiiHtihifi over thi- IciiKi-Ht mid tuiigtu-At
llrltl-li itmrM's mid iiicnigi'd 71 fur the
miiiiii. In the following cxtnii't Tniv
rn ih-McrllKM what ho consilium Var-
iIdU'm Inft HlHll :
IJxri'pt with the puitiT there seems
to Im no xlmt lu golf lie.ioiid VnnJonV
imtKlc. I will fi4nln with one striking
I'xnmpli-Jiint nlmt I iiii-hii: lu oiu- of
liN clmmpltuii-lilp IwMIck he hsd co un
til tlu M-vi'iitii'iitli irnio ut n tie with
tun- of hi rivals for the top. His drlvi
hen1 traveled n trlile farther than be
bad wli-nlnted ntiil found u di-ri rut lu
n road cruwdug the lotirxe. Ills oppo
nent, playing tlrst. was nicely ou the
green lu two for n nun- four. It Hcenied
that Vnrdou was lN-aien to n ci-rtnlnty.
11U hall wns six liiclies Ih-Iiiw the tup
of the ground lu u dct-p. narrow rat
Am! thi-grtfii was I -Ml ynrd nwny.
"Vjinlnu took out a heavy niblick
ami. lu place of playing tn one side to
1m sure to get out. took his stance ii
the dlnt-tlon of (be pin and brought his
-luli down with terrlfli" force. To the
wonder of I lie big gallery, the hall rose
almot-t Mrulghf lu tlu- nlr and then,
with the forwnnl spin lmMtrti-d, sailed
ou to within ten fit-t of the cu(v The
other mini gut his four, but Vurdon got
bis tbnv, winning a match that hrfd
been practlcully tottt.
Five $6.00 Lodta' Skirts retiucetl to $3.00
One 4.00 Ladies' Skirt, reduced to 2.00
5.00 Ladies Skirt, reduced to
6.50 Ladies' Skirt, reduced to
7.00 Ladies' Skirt, reduced to
7.50 Ladies' Skirts reduced to
8.00 Ladies' Skirt, reduced to
8.50 Ladies' Skirt, reduced to
One $15.00 Ladies' Suit reduced to $7.50
One 20.00 Ladies' Suit reduced to 7.50
Ono 22.50 Ladies' Suit reduced to 8.50
Filipinos and Chleksnt.
v tTbe fart jthat no Filipino of the com
mon cbisa regards himself equipped fpr
,llvng wltbojit at least oue male chicken
explains why the Islands, although
rnbdng so many chickens, still Import
melons of dozens of eggs. As In' till
rockilghtlng countries, tho dghttag'blrd
jn tho Pblllpplueu la n pcixinal Wt
which the owner carries nbout ddrltig
prnctknlly every Idle nionn-nt of tho
day nnd on which be lavlnhes enough
care to raise uniuy laylug hens. Uuck
eggs are rarely found In the market
exiejit ns 'balutes"-that Is. eggs on
the t-olnt of hatching, boiled, a form In
wlujcb eggs are commonly eateu by thy
rillplnos. They nro sold for lunches, ut
nil railway stations nnd nt otbyr Muh
wtu-rv crowds gather. A rgouuut '
Two Children's Knit Sets, red and 8ray
reduced from $3.50 to $2.25
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS.
$1.25 value Men's Flannol Shirts $ .90
1.50 valuo Men's Flannel Shirts 1.10
1.75 valuo Men's Flannel Shirts 1.25
2.00 value Men's Flannel Shirts 1.50
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
Uso Truo Illuo Flour! It Is tho
host mado and a llend product.
Adv. 37 If
A Ollbsrt Story.
Blr W. P. Ullli'-rt. who wus ono of
the few playwrights who defended the
stugo censor, was noted for his cnustli
critli'lsnis on nnythlng which did not
meet with his iipjinrvitl.
While dining out once no mo ono hap
pened to nsk him his opinion of Hume
.loui-s' women, "loo long hi the neck,"
n-ninrked the author of "The Mlkndo."
"When I look nt oue of thi' in 1 nlwnys
feel that she ought to biiri'Ji Joint In
It and wear u stocking.' London Tit.
nnlf th world l on the wrong scent
In the pursuit of happiness. They
tlluk It.rnnslHts In having ami getting
ntiil In being served by other''. It con
Hutu In giving and In serving others.
Dr. Konncth T. Long, optician of
Portland, will be nt Dr. Coo's ofneo on
Sunday and Monday, February 14
and 16- Adv.
Thoro will bo a Valentine Hall nt
Laldlaw Friday, February 12. This
will bo a masque ball, sultablo prizes
will ho given for tho host mnko up.
Tho West Sldo Fair building holds
tho ciowds. All aro Invited. Tho
ladles of tho West Bldo and tho board
of directors In charge. Adv. 48.
NOTICK FOlt l'UIIMCATIO.V.
Dopartment of the Interior, U. H.
Land ORIco at Tho Dalles,- Oro-
gon, February 1, 1016.
Notice Is heroby givon that Fred G.
Klger, of Mllllcan. Oregon, who, on
September 6th, 1911, mado Home
stead Kntry. No. 00461,. for N'A Boo
tlon 0, Township 20 Hoiith, Ilnngo 16
Kant, Wlllamotto Meridian, has Died
notlco of Intention to mnko MnnI
FOlt BALK Valuable Jersey Dur
ham cow; fresh. Mm. Fred Iteld,
near Anmrjcnn Ilakery, I'ark addi
tion. 48 p
FOR BALK Thren Durham calves.
Phono Itural 14. (loo. A. Jones. 48
FOH BALE Wall drilling outnt
and haybtrr Address Jlox J4J,
Hond, Oregon. s 47tf
FOlt BALBr-Ono fros.h JioUlqln
cow, $C6.0U; onu Jersey billl, 2 yearn
old, $36 00. Ono 000 pound saddlo
pony, $26.00. 'A A HerK, (Jt. Ore
gon. . 47 tfo
FOll ftjaB-TqdtVVvf liorsea
Weight about 34LMfcQftd pullers.
Also harness nnd 2$5PfJ'0 $176.
Inqulrn ntfllullotlnlWWl tf
FOI( BAXF-For Iieiiil rtat cstato.
320 aero mnniestead rellnuulshtnent
Inn good mitled couununtty. 1 H
mllos frunyWchool, V' liillejfrom storo.
Oood soll.Vood range, ttousn. I'rlco
$76.00. I. O, Hox 218. r T
FOH BALK Wo hnvo sovora! qoi1
second hand cars for aalV olienp.
Modern Oarago. 40tf
FOH BALK Second 'hand Qulok
Moal rango. (loud condition. I'hono
Illnck 112. -tctf
Tlirnn Yonr Proof, to estnbllsll clallllt
to Iho land abovo desorlbod, before' FOH SALK Thoroughbred Hhodo
II. C. Kills, U. 8. Commissioner, nt Island Hod rooster. In Lytlu nddltlon
Hund, Oregon, on tho ICth day of, 3 blocks north, 2 blocks east of oil
March. 1016. Claimant nnmoa lu.tnnKs, orcutt houio. Ira tl.
- - - . - ,
witnossos: Aaron D. Norton. Cnrrlo
Norton, Frank A. Hatch, all or Mllll
can, Oregon; Oils C. lloakle, ot llend,
II. FIIANK WOODCOCK.
i I HI Ml. I
To most persuun Ivihvuril Young Is
(tic nuthor of "Night Thoughts" nnd
nothing more, hut he was also n man
of tho world mid a shrewd nnd caustic
wit us well iih tho rector of St. Mury's
church nt Wclwyn.
It wns there In tho garden of the rec
tory thnt he comKised Home of the Iicki
itniinunptu vitkim known. He was
walking with two In (lien when some
one summoned htui lo the huuxe, Illx
companions went ngreenblo, nnd he
was In no hasto to leave them, Tuni
lug ns he reiiclxil thu gate, he said I
Thus Adam IooKmI when from tli ka'rdln
drlvrn '4 '.
And thu uuputed orlerS font (pin
ILIko him. 1 no and yet to go am loath;
U(ft,lilin, 1 go, for angeis orove us bom
.Hard.. was his (ate, tut mine still mors
Ills live went- with him. but mine stays
- tosiiina. t
AdvertlsenicnU Inserted under this
heading at tliojrate of ONH ClONT A
WOHI) each Insertion, CumIi inust
nccompniiy all orders from pentoi)
not having n regular nrcount wltli
Tho Ilitllotln, No nilvertlNciiient Ink
for Ii-SH than in cents each Insertion.
, . ' , , - :u ;.'i -ri mi,
It pays to carry
WANTED Second hnnd mower
nnd rnka. Must bo in uod repair.
Address Stanley Smith, MllUctn, Oro
'gon. 48-60 p.
On April XI prominent
druggist of llcuil took uut an
nccldent Kllcy through our of
lice. Itecontly lie vn Injured.
On J)ecoiuler i!5 Ills claim wun
juullcil to tho company for ouo
V cole's total disability and ttvu
week's partial (Usability. On Hc
rciuherittH ho received iv clutk
It paid lilui to Insure.
Are You Insured?
Fdr $1(1.00 you can get (t.1,000 r
dentil liisuranco carrying gli.l.OO
wiH)Uly total dlnahllUy and 10
weekly partial dlNabillty, or
'$7,800 for 9'-L00,
(let your Accident Insurance
I ' i ;
J. A. Eastes
THIS PAPER REPRESeNfED F6R F0RE10I
ADVERTISING DY THE
FOR BALE Chonp, or will trado
for caw or young stock. Oood farm
mare, weight about 12Q0 paiindiJ '!,
W. Horner, Laldlaw. f I KjFipM
VOll SALE Five room bungalow
arid lot !Jn Park oddltlon.WWflU 1
avniont .down, balance to suit pur-
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