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CONGRESS HAS PRO
VIDED GOOD SUM
Appniprlntcs 9,0()n for Service In
Western States Where Kpldcmlc
Has Kvlstcd Mnny Inspectors
mill Hunters Arc Put on Woik
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.
The appropriation by Congrccs In tho
urgent deficiency net of $75,000 for
tho control of rnblcs among coyotes
In tho west hns enabled tho llurcau
of Biological Survey of the U. S. Do-
pritraont of Agrlculturo, to put flvo
inspectors and 100 hunters In tho
Held, In nddltlon to Its existing orga
nization. Theso men are- to sorve In
Oregon, Nevada, Cullfbrnla nnd Ida
ho, and along thu border In Utah. In
addition to theso measures tho, Ne
vada rabies commission Iibb signified
Its Intention of expending a largo sum
of monoy u nil or recommendation
made by -.tho Ulologlcnl' Survey, and
U Is probable that other status, will
ilo llkowlse. Stockmon and ranch
owners are co-operntlng by furnlBh
lng liorsoB and forago frco of charge
The Importance of preventing tho
Bprcad of tho dlsoaso Is fully real
ized. Tho coyoto has always been a pest
to stockmen, but with tho advent of
Tables It has bocomo a serious dan
ger to persons as woll as to stock.
In many sections of Oregon, Idaho,
'California, and Nevada, parents nro
nfrold to sond tholr children to
school unless thoy nro woll guarded,
and Micro Is always danger that do
mestic dogs will bo bitten by tho mad
nnlmnls nnd spread tho dlsoaso to
tho families of tholr owners. In Ore
gon and Novada over 100 persons
have rccolvcd the Pnstour treatment
for rabies within tho pnst three years
nnd stock Interests hnvo sufforcd se
verely. In ono food lot In Wlnne
mucca, Novada, a slnglo coyoto caus
ed the loss of 23 bond of threo year
old bcof steers.
Although this Is regarded as tho
most serious, It Is not tho first out
break of rabies among coyotes In tho
western states. In 1911 .tho dlseaso
inado Its nppcaranco In Wallowa
county, Oregon, nnd spread south--ward.
This Infcstntlon still continues.
In tho spring or 191D tho dlseaso
made Its first appearance In northorn
Nevada nnd nt the present tlmo south
western Idaho, northeastorn Califor
nia and approximately the northorn
lialf of Nevada aro Infested.
Tho normal coyoto Is cunning but
cowardly nnd has n particular aver
sion to tho scont of n human bolng.
When stricken with rabies, howovor,
It does not hcBltnto to snap nt ovory-
tiiing in renclt and to nttnek men as
well ns dogs nnd cnttlo. In this con-
tlltlon It does not eat nnd consequent
ly cannot bo killed by poisoned baits
Ip controlling tho dlsoaso tho llur
oau of Ulologlcnl Survey nurnosos
llrst to prevent Its spread by killing
on mo coyotos nlong tho bonlors of
tho Infested districts. Aftor thin im
been dono, tho Infested areas thom-
hoivcs can effectually bo rid of tho
animals nnd tho dlsoaso stamped out.
FRANKLIN AND PROVERBS.
Somo of Poor Richard's Saylnaa Tht
Wero Very, Very Old.
Ill nn editorial written not long ago
wo referred to the proverbs of Poor
Hlcbard, and looking over tbo list of
thoso quoted It Is remarkable to notice
the leugth of the genealogy of most of
To prove that there was nothing new
left for any man to nay was tho Joy of
Abraham Ilayward's life, nnd Do
might hnve preached, nnd probnbly did
preocb. a sermon on this point with
reference to Poor Hlehiird.
"God helps those who help them
selves." for Instance, was first said by
Aeschylus, unless notno one sold it be
fore AescliyltiM. "lie that goes n bor
rowing goes n sorrowing." Is to bo
found In George Herbert's collection,
which preceded that of Franklin by
about n couple of centuries, nnd It was
apparently coined or first recorded by
Dr. Thomas Tusscr, nnd none other.
"Never leave tbot till tomorrow
which you can do today," Is n very
bad rendering of Cervantes delightful
"In the street of Ity nnd fly you como
to tho house of Never," while tho old
saying about experience originated, of
course. In the famous "Expcrlentla
docct" of Tneltu.s. Christian Sclenco
DO SOME DEEP 'THINKING.
Help Your Mind by-Going Into a
"Drown Study" Once In Awhile.
"If the 'brown study were more
often cultivated many copte would be
happier and more Vicar thinking would
bo dono." says tho London Lancet. "It
Is In such u btnte that truths dawn sud.'
derily and clearly Upon tho unclouded
Intelligence: It W hi such n state that
mighty actions arc conceived, poems
born nt n stroke and mun'lilnd enlight
ened through the enlightenment of the
"Ill this state of mlud there Is such n
concentration of mental energy that
.the body Is Ignored. The mind, on the
other hand. Is so working upon the
subject which concerns It, Is so Intent
upon its own affairs, that the external
world Is obliterated, and uny bodily
discomfort that may have been pre-existing
Is now negligible nnd unnoticed."
Tho Lancet snys the relationship be
tween mental activity nnd the bodily
state Is not realized with sutUrlent fre
quency or with sulllcleut thoroughness
by tho European of today. "Tho aver
ago man Is too engrossed with Ills bod
ily pabulum, nnd In caiiug for the
needs of the body he neglects tho needs
of thu mlud."
Try our fresh broad nnd nnatrv
Carmody Drothors. Hond streot.
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FREAKS OF FASHION.
How a Fad For Wearing Ribbons In
tie Hair Was St.rted.
Dress experts keep changing tbo fash
Ions, as It were. In self defense. At one
tlmo elaborately worked and hand em
broidered blouses wero tbo vogue. Then
machines were so icrfected that ma
chlno embroidered blouses outrivaled
the hand work, nnd fashion experts re
taliated by dcslgnlug 'blouses us plain
The fashion for uncurled feathers
was tho result of a wet day. Curled
ostrich feathers were on every hat.
when at somo fashionable function tho
ruin descended In torrents and every
feather was soon absolutely straight.
Milliners, always ulcrt for an Idea,
wero struck with tbo appearance of
these feathers, and uncurled ostrich
plumes became tbo demand.
Tho fashion for wearing ribbons In
termingled with curls piled on tbo top
of the bend originated In the reign of
Louis XIV. of France. A certain Ml)e.
Fontago was out hunting with the
Ulng nnd court when a brunch of a
tree caught her hair and pulled It
down. With quick resourcefulness she
leaned down, pulled off her ribbon gar
ter nnd twisted up her hale with It
The king, noticing tbo pretty effect,
complimented her on her charming
coiffure, and from that moment tbo
"fontnge," ns It was termed, becamo
the rage. Philadelphia Ledger.
It may not be generally known that
there Is cruelty In the keeping of gold
fish, llulf of such captives die from
Hheer want of rest. IMsh have eyes so
formed that they cannot endure the
light. In a gluss vessel they are In an
entirely wrong place, us Is evident
from tho way In which they dash about
nnd go arouud and around until fairly
The wisdom teeth are tho two last
molar teeth to grow. They come one
on each sldo of tbo Jaw and arrive
somewhere between tho uges of twenty
and twenty-live years. Thu name Is
given them because it Is huppomI that
when a person has developed physical
ly and mentally to tho point wh;rc he
has secured these last two teeth be has
also arrived at the age of discretion.
It does not ucccssat lly mean tliut one
who has cut his wisdom teeth Is wise,
but tbut. having lived long enough to
grow these, which complete the full
set of teeth, the person has passed suf
ficient actual years that If he has dono
wbut he should tn tit himself for life
he should have come by tb.it time nt
tho age of discretion or wisdom. As a
matter of fact, theso teeth grow at
about thu same time In people whether,
they are wise or not.
During tho bitter half of the eleventh
century pilgrims to Jerusalem began to
be persecuted by tho Turks or Suru
ecus then hi possession of the Holy
Laud. Nino noble knights formed u
brotherhood with tho objb of protect
ing the pllgrliiw, The cause spread
rapidly over Europe, nnd the knights
grow to legions In imuibcr Vows of
chastity, obedience nnd poverty were
tukeu, and thu order, from merely pro
tecting the pilgrims, took upon Itself
the tnsl; of recovering tho Holy Laud
from the grip of the lutldcls. About
1120 they wero given a place In the III
closure of tho temple on Mouut Mo
rlah, and hence tho name Templars, or
Knights of tbo Temple of Solomon.
New York American,
SEVENTY HVETO TAKE
State Institution Woiklug With Item
Schools Fosters Funning Pur.siilts-
AunriLs Will be Olleied for ("red-
ituhlo Showing Dining Year.
Seventy five Husy Uees, pupils of
tho llend public schools, will culti
vate moro than four and n half ocres
of giotind this spring nnd summer,
co-operating with Mrs. J. D. Davidson
of tho public schools, A. E. Lovctt
Crook county- agriculturist nnd the
Oregon Agricultural College. Each
Individual who has been enlisted In
tho school garden work will till ono
sixteenth of nn acre of ground.
Not only will garden work bo done,
as n prfrt of the work bolng fostered
by tho Oregon Agricultural College,
but many of tho hoys and girls will
cngngo In hog raising, baking, sew
ing, canning and homo handicraft
work. This work will bo carried, on
In conjunction with the regular agri
cultural work which Mrs. Davidson
started Inst year and Is carrying on
Iteqtilro Ccitnlii .Standard.
Tho Oregon Agricultural-College.
Is making n strong effort to foster
agricultural pursuits among tho chil
dren of tho state. This Is Iiend's
llrst year In this Hold. A certain
amount of work for each department
Myron H. Symons
THE LEADING JJCWELEK OF
Wntcli Inspector for S. P. .V; S. Hull-
mail, "Oicgon Trunk Division"
LllllllIV CUT GLASS
THE QUALITY OF OUR
WORK IS I1EST SHOWN
HY THE NUMHElt OF
WHO SEND US THEIR
WATCHES AND JEWEL
RY TO HE REPAIRED.
Out of Town Ordeis Ghcii Prompt
TAKE HOME A BOX of
She'll like them now, etcn if
)ou've been married ttn yean
or more, jutt si much ai when
you wtie trying lo "gel acron"
Reed & Horton
I ii1 "' 4 Tntec ,
Try it yourself
if you want personal and positive infor
mation as lo how delightful Prince Albert
really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into
the best makin's cigarette you ever set-firerto !
For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message
of pipe-peace and makin's peace for every
man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas
and ideals. The patented process fixes
that and cuts out bite and parch!
Oa la. r.f.r,. ilj. et lit, lllr u3 III
J.a will r.dl "Proctti PtltnttJ Jr
Ola, 1907," waltltaii aU thrto nta
tnoka pipe, whf r. on imoktil btf.r.l
the national joy smoke
is -so friendly to -your tongue and taste that
it is v mighty easy 'to. get acquainted with.
You'll .like every pipeful, or cigarette better
than the last because it is so cool and
fragrant and long-burning.1' You'll just sit
back tind ponder why you have kept away
from such joy'us smokings for so long a time I
Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all wo claim
for it. You'll understand just how different
our patented process makes Prince Albert
quick as you smoke it I
Day Print Albtrt mvtrywhtro tobacco It toldt tn
toppy rJ bagi. Set tiJyfdttni, XOcf handiomm
pound and halt pound tin humtdort and In pound
cryttaUttatt humtdort with tpongtmoltttntr topt
that http tha tobacco In tuch prtmm condition,
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wimton-Salem, N. C.
Is required hy tho promotors, nil of!
which will ho carefully Inspected.
PromluniB of trips to the wtnto fair
at Salem and two weeks Instruction
nt O. A. C nro heliiB offered for cred
ltnhlo work. If GO per cont of the
school children carry tho work to
completion a certificate, of achlovo
mont Kill ho offered.
According to Mrs. Davidson, the
children aro rIiowIiik u keon Interest
In the work and especially slnco other
phases of agricultural work have
hcou entered on the list for them to
do. Mrs. Davidson nnd Mr. Lovott
will assist tho school farmers during
tho summer months.
heeii In good condition to Klamath
Falls for over u month pnst.
IXTEREST IX PRlMF.tTl' TAKHX.
'(Silver Lnko Leader.)
Much Interest wntt uxhlhited In the
Sllvor Lake Wntor UsorH meeting
last Saturday afternoon hy those In
nttendanco. Various mattors vital
to the project wero discussed. A
commlttco of threo T. S. McKlnncy,
R, 13. Storey nnd A. 11. Schroder
was chosen nnd directed to extend mi
Invitation to tho circuit nnd county
courts of Lake county, nnd tho Lake
view huslncss men In general, to
como to Sllvor Lake nnd look over
tho outira project, tho d.ito to ho left
entirely with tho two courtH. Till
has been dono. It Is thought tho
event will occur somo tlmo next wook.
A desirable bread knife freo with
every annual subscription to The
THE QUESTIOX IS:
How are you going to get your
plumbing done in a thoroughly
etllclent manner? We can an
swer that by tolling you whoro
to get good plumbing done
RIGHT HERE. We are going;
to prove our statement by refer
ring you to hundreds of pleased
patrons, merely for the asking.
Plumbing, Roofing, Furnrtce Work, Sheet Metal Work
of All Kinds.
Central. Oregon Plumbing and Heating Company
PHONE RED II J. E. ENGEBRETSON. MGR.
KLAMATH ROAD OPKX.
During tho past week several
teams havn arrived In Crcscont from
as far south ns Klamath Falls. Tho
last team to como through arrived on
Sunday evonlng and reported very
llttlo snow loft, principally on the
free co nt sldo of tho dlvldo. No nutos
hnvo attempted to mako tho trip as
yet hut It Is certain hofnro tho first
of tho month machines will ho run
ning. The rond from tho summit has
iaaies ana cJentlemen
I llll ' I Hill
NEW CLASS NOW FORMING
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SNOW CO. SHIELDS
Hat Eait End of New County Btklje
Wiijjon Work, HorsHhoeiiij;
This desirable Bread Knife, indispensable in every
home, will be given free to subscribers to The Bend
Bulletin in Crook County. A KNIFE WITH EVERY
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION. This Bread Knife is
I exactly as shpwn in the cut above, but without any
advertising. Flexible blade, curved edge, wooden
handle. Just what you want. Get yours while the
supply lasts. JTo old subscribers in the county:
Renew for a year and get a knife. JTo everyone in
Crook County: Subscribe for a year and, get a knife.
ONLY $1.50 for a Knife and THE BULLETIN for one year