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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1916)
TIIK HEND ItUIXim.V, I1KNI), OHK., WKUXKSIl.W, AIMUI, tlfl, UUft.
CHARLES B. AlOORES IS
Criiillilnto fiii'Scrictnry of Stnlo Nom
ination Hool Oiooiiluu Inmoit-
mil Positions Held Is Clmlrmnn
State Hcpilbllcnii Committee.
POHTKAND, April 21. Charles II.
MooroH, of Portland, who Iiiib an
nounced his candidacy for Hcpubllcan
nomination for secretary of statu, Is
one of tho bent known Republicans In
Oregon, For joarH ho lian beon
chairman of the Republican State
Committee nntl as such has tho
friendship nntl support of working
rncnibern of the party In every pre
cinct. Mr. Moores Is a real Oregonlnn.
His BnuidfutliLT. Col. I U. Moanis,
represented I.nno county In the Ter
ritorial Legislative Assembly nntl In
tho Oregon Constitutional Conven
tion. Ills father. John II. Moores,
represented Mnrlon county In the
Oregon Ktnte oenate.
Mr. MooreH. hlmsolf was speaker
of the Oregon house of representa
tives In 1895. and linn always been
active In pjbllc nffnlrs. Ho, was np
pointed registrar of the U. 8. Lund
olllco nt Oregon City by President
McKlnley. and served one term. Tor
38 years he Iiuh been a trustee of
Willamette University, of which In
stitution he Is a graduate. He Is nl
ro n graduate of tho law department
of tho University of Michigan. Ills
four children were nil educated In
Oregon, u daughter nt Wlllnnittu
and O. A. C . and a son ut O. A. C.
and two at the State University.
An a director of the Oregon His-
(ilHI I'S It. MOOHIIS.
torlcal Soclef Pnld'-nt of fh O.i
B n Stute Pioneer s? n hit .;i n d u
member if the Dr.tk Cimtnlssii i of
tho Cll of Portland he Is lu.onng
fnltlifullv nnd with credit for the
public welfare lie Is u uiccenHfiil
b slnoss man, and u hla public ac
tivities mid private lire hla m-ord Is
During tho two campaigns In which
Mr. Mnoroa has been chairman of the
Statu Hoptihllcati Coninilttee he has
rnndurcd great service tc tho Huptib
llonu party and Ih recogulied as prob
nhly the best pouted man on public
affnlra In tho state, and remarkably
well qucllllod to till with crodlt the
post to which ho aspires.
While Mr. Moores has always been
a regular party man. In the best
seiifti of tho term, he has favored for
ward looking policies and political
progress. Ah Speaker of tho House
ho voted for woman suffrage back In
'05, mid Iiuh always championed tho
Interests and ambitions of wom"
Ho favored and voted for the Ini
tiative and referendum nnd the pro
visions of the "Oregon System " A
h member of tho Portland Dock Com
inlwdou, his record has been ono of
sorupiilous fnlruoiH to labor, and has
tho approval of tho frleiuls of orga
Republicans who nre mipportlng
Mr. MooroH at tho primaries dwell
strongly on his oxcollent record, and
at tho same time point to tho fact
that IiIh opponent, Hon Olcott, doe
not merit tho mipport of Republican
votes as ho has, never beoh n friend
of tho' party under which ho now
M-ekH re-election. It Is pointed out
that Olcott wan originally appointed
by Governor Oswald West, n demo
crat. Olcott managed, and Is said to
have financed West'tt cnmpnlgn.
While tho constitution prohibits
holding olllco for more than two
terms. It Is pointed out that Olcott,
If elected, would bo In olllco for ton
years. Ho uh appointed for two and
then elected for four years, so that
If nvolectod. while not violating tho
letter of the constitutional provision
h It has been Interpreted, ho would
bo violating Hh spirit by holding of
tlim for mo ro tlinn eight years.
A doalrablo broad knlfo free with
every annual subscription to Tho
SHRINES IN CHINA.
Ons on Mount Omol Often Lures an
Enthusiast to Death.
On the climbing hill roads in western
China on tho lower slopes of Omcl. the
Kncred mouutnln. inny be seen now
mtil then a motley procession of Chi
nese of nil ranks wearing strings of
"cash" nround their neck and cnrrylns
yellow bags, hound for the presence of
the many Minifies. The strings of cash
ire for the Mendicants. Inseparable
'oucomltntit of worship In the orient.
The rontl leads upward through for
i'ts of null and pine. plonnntly cool
nfter the heat of the eastern plains.
Some of the wealthier tire carried on
uncomfortable little wooden saddles
strapped to the bucks of coolie, but
tin majority seek salvation on foot.
As one limits higher and higher ono
comes to the first of the monasteries, -i
tieu structure, low ntnl cool. Almost
all the monasteries are new.
Mount Omel Is uncomfortably close
to hcfircn In some ways. Lightning
bolts strike the buildings frequently,
and the whole top lias been burned
over again ntxl iignln. Nevertheless
more tlinn 2.000 monks dwell here, and
to fulfill nil their duty the pious must
burn fnpers heroic sixty-two shrines.
There Is the Hnll of the Tranquil
Heart and the (into of II envoi, through
which you come to the Monastery of
The most beautiful pot on Mount
Omel Is a Jutting ledge above nn al
most bottomless precipice. The spot Is
called the Itejcctlon or the Roily. Many
a mystic. Intoxicated by endless dls-
tonce nnd discing height, litis solved
here nil the problems of religion by u
single step over the brink. Argonaut.
MILLIONS OF MARBLES.
There Are Many Usee For Them Be-
tides tho Small Boy' Garnet. I
It has been estlmnted by statisticians
Hint more tlinn 'JOO.O00.O0O small clay '
marbles tire ncd by the boys of the i
United states every springtime It Is '
a knowti fact that I'.'.'i.OOO.OOO marbles
ate made eeiy year by one clay mar- !
hie manufacturer. And these marbles
are made or rolled by young girls.
The marble manufacturer does not
devote all his attention to the manu
facturing nf the "irnmp marble." There
arc vnrlous uses to which the marble Is i
iut. nnd. us a matter of fact, the site
varies ncconllng to Its Intended us.
The Stiindard Oil company Is ouo of
'he largest buyer of marble, atid
thee lire used for oil inns, and larger
sizes are started In graded pipe lines to
'clean out the parntUn which gather
on the side of the pipe as It flows to
I lay marbles nre ued also br the
manufacturer1! of rublicr. Iifk and salt,
ihemicnl nnd tniwder makers. They
nre used also In grinding the Urge
stones of the lithographer and by rail
way supply people. Puzrle box makers
are nlo large buyers of marble.
1 fiie siies nf the clay marbles ns
innilo In the I'liltcd States vary from
nlne-slxteeuths of uu Inch In diameter,
wmcli Is the small "plH" the boys play
with, to one meiisuriiig six .Inches In
dlimerer. or about the s'jre of n small
i niiiiuii bull. -Ck- eland PIiilu Dealer.
Vaitneit of South America.
The astness of South America Is lit
tle understood. I trnvol about 30.0m or
ItXusi mile tsii'li year trying to rover
my circuit. It takes uie longer to go
between the e.Mreme oltits. from Pan
ntim bv steniner down the west const
uml on through the strait of Mngel
inn to Asuncion. Paraguay. Hum It
inuiiIcI take to pi from !u l'raitilHu lu
Culru Mini tMfk to ;i.isv'"
Vim think of Itolivlu mm a II'!'- i uii
rv It Is ns big as (ierm.iuv. Austrii
sihI r.iigbind. Peru Is us drue as all
the L'nltisl Ktntes frotii X' a Scotlu to
IimIIhili. from Oaiwilii wtutli to the
it ill f Anecntlne tsuN mi the United
States west of Ouitfhii. Itrnxll Is u
Unllisl States with another Texas
added The resources of Hint vnst urea
sre In keeping with the bigness of the
continent. Homer C Stuutz i Wot Id
How a Oird Drettee.
As bird fashions do not rhiiugr. two
suits a year are quite enough for most
birds, but they need to take great cure
of ihiim. Knch separuie feather must
be cleaned and looked over und the
useless ours pulled out. These fen III
ers are not packed iioe together, you
know, hut lie loose nnd have places
between tilled with air. When u bird
wants to get warmer he lifts his feath
ers so (hut these air spates may be
larger Hut If ht-s feathers tire tail
gleil or net and dirty he could not
raise them, mid soon he could not
keep Hie head In Ills Utile body and
would, of course, die.
"That woman next door Is a thor
oughly practical woman. Hear that
"Yes. Hut what's practical about
"Why, she' roller skating rouud her
Alliiien, taking utT llesli and getting the
baby to sleep at the uuie time." St,
"What coocliislou did you draw from
your study of that undent Ugypilan
Inscription?" asked the professor of
"Why." replied the superficial atu
dent. "I decided that the old Hgyptlans
had their comic artists the suiuo as we
liavo." Wushlugtou Star,
Hugging a Delutlon.
Willie Father, what does hugging a
iloliiklon uieanjf Father Well, my boy,
young Mr- Strong Is an Instance, lie
thinks your sister Clara U ouly twenty-two!
BEND TO HAVE iFULL
SKi-inl CiwicIiIiik May He Obtained to
(triHitn High School Ixuls for Ittil-
iiionil County Meet on .May '20
I'nwpects ute N'ol Itrlghte-t.
The Itond public schools will en
ter full teams la both the high school
and grade school departments of the
Hedmond county track and flald meet
to be hold In Hedmond on May JO
As yet Prlnevllle, Hedmond and Hend
rre the only high schools to en'er
high school material, and Hod mo d
and Ilend arc the only schools entered
fqr the grade school events.
The prospects for a winning team
for the Rend high school are not
promising as the men heve not been
working consistently. Prlnevllle.
with ilroshis. In several event;. Is
, dop,i to walk oft with tho meet
Co.-cli white Is making nn effort to
work out a plan whereby several
men of town can assist In developing
the high school men along particular
lines. In the next three weeks Mr
White expects to give considerable
attention to the track and Meld n ei
to put them In shape for the meet.
In the recent preliminaries the fol
lowing teams to represent the high
school and grades were chosen:
High school department -50 yard
dash, Hrandenbtirg; 100 yard dash.
Hrandenlturg: 2!0 yard dash. Hranri-,
enhtirg: 4 40 yard. Gorton: SS0 yard
Gorton: 1 mile. Swartz: high Jump.
Steldl: broad Jump. Steldl; 110 hleh
hurdle. Steldl: 1!0 low hurdler.
Young; Pole vault. Young: Javelin.
Ciorton: discus. Hrandenbtirg: snot.
, Hrandenburg. relay. Young. Gorton.
1 MOCeoley, Steldl.
1 Grade school department: ctr
100 pounds: 50 yard dash. Hms
terhous; 100 yard dash, Hrosterhous.
high Jump. Honje: broatl Jump, Hros
terhous: pole vault. Johnson; rclsv
Hrosterhous. Dlmmick, Smith, Hlake
ly: "S yard hurdle. Honje.
Under 100 pound: SO yard dash
Hnssott; 100 yard dash, Hasiett:
High Jump, I.ehrman: broad Jump
Haner: relay, Haecett, I.ehrman, Kel
TO WHOM IT M.W UO.VCU.HN'.
Notice 1 given to all contractors
and builders that no work should be
begun on anv building within the city
limits of Hend until the owner of .the
property has securod a building per
mit under the recently onacted build
ing ordinance of 'the city of Ilend.
. ' L. A. W. NIXO.V.
Chief of Pollen.
See Edwards for paper banging.
Presents the artistically hand colored film
(the first seen in Hend) with
Kathryn Brown Decker
A more life-like film has never been shown in Ilend.
Thoroughly human RrippinK, powerful throughout
Admission 15 and 25 cents
KOU UT.KK KMHNC APRIL
(Hy Kj A. I.OVKTT.)
i Uolicvlng that the patrons of lo
1 cal papi'rs and farmers throughout
, the county may be Interested In
knowing the way the County Agricul
turist sponds his time, a brief outline
i of the work done during the week
ei ding April 21 la here given. Mon
da Is our ofllce day which we spend
, In anawer'ng correapondtnre and r-
reiving calls from farmers hi our ui
i tire. On Tuesday we islteil He d
and surrounding nclghixirhood. d
dreeed boys and girls at the Hend
I school interested In hoys and girls
'club work, and made three farm us
its. On Wednesday we vls'.ttd two
fatm ileiHonktratlnns near P.tneville
I addresel the Iniyg and gtrls at the
' Prlnevlllo school and the !oys and
girls at the Powell Hutte schcol and
made four farm visits. On Thurs
day we addrossed the Itovs nnd girls
of the Cllne Kails school and madr
four farm visits. Friday and Satur
day we spont working with potatoes
for the Decchutes Valley Potato
Growers' Association. During this
week we traveled 20.1 miles, address-,
ed four boys and girls clubs with a
total enrollment of 270 members,
visited 11 farms, received 21 calls
from farmers at our ottice, dlstrlb-1
uted four bulletins, wrote 31 letters
and received 30 letters through the!
mail. Four Inniks were taken by far
mers from the circulating library In i
our office and three were returned to
this library. The Potato Growers'
Association shipped a carload of po
tatoes to Sacramento on Snturdav. j
receiving $1.40 per cwt. for them at
Xcws Not i-s. (
The bovs nnd girls clu's In Crook
county will this year take .up the fol
lowing projects: gardening! potato
growing, pig growing, poultry raising.
baking, sewing, canning vegetable.
and handicraft. All the grown per-1
sons living In the neighborhood of
these boys and girls should take an
active Interest In their work and as
sist them In every way lioss'ble. It
must be remembered, however, that
the hoys and girls must do all of the
work on these projects thenuelves
and asflstifuee must come to them
through encouragement and interest
In their undertakings.
Judging from talks which wt Mve
had with farmers we feel certal that
at least six tilos will be ''Jilt In
Crook county this season. A meet
ing of those Interested In MHdlng
silos will lie held In the-neir future
Announcement cf this n eeMng will
be made through the local papers.
A large number of farmers are
planting sweet clover this ear and
It will prrve of value to ail farriers
to watch the growth of this cr . and
Reports from prac'te-!. aU ' the
eommunltv farmers' ortanlzrt ns in
Crnk rounfv shows thet thf.- or
ganization are in favr cf the -rga-nliai:.
cf a fount- Agr'MiUural
BE good friends
an' you'll be
with yourself and
p; mKmmmmmmm wmM&u
Council, where nil of the. farmors of
the county may be represented nnd
definite plans made for tho agricul
turist's work within the county. As
so'on as a convenient dnto for all can
lie decided upon, the meeting will bo
called for the organization of such tin
Our mailing list for receiving our
circular letters and monthly "now
letter" consists of fi 10 names nt pres
ent. We would be glad to mall thesj
letters and nilice to every farmer In
the county If they wlah to receive
them. Our innlllng list, however,
consists only of the unfiles of those
who have expressed a dcslra to ro
e ive these letters and Information.
Any one wishing to receive these nr
tlcles, etc., should nsk to have their
names placed on this mailing list.
The farmers circulating library
All Work I
Quick and I
AUSTIN'S QUICK SHOE REPAIR SHOP I
I BOYD BUILDING I
IN GRAY IRON AND BRASS
HUFFSCilMIDT-DUOAN IRON WORKS
Just Six years ago I opened my Jewelry store and watch repair
stop In Hend.
These have been six successful years I hove tho people of
Ilend and vicinity to thank.
I have made every effort to give service and quality to bo
accurate and moderate In price.
Policy will bo consistent with
price to all satisfac'lou
0. A. TH0RS0N
HHNH'S I.KADI.VO JHWUI.HH.
Out of town people 6end mo your
which wo havo In our olllce la for tho"?
uco of all of tho farmors In the coun
ty. It contains hooks on practically
all lines of farming. The hooks most
lu dcnnuul nt present seem to ho
thoso dealing with cattlo diseases,
liorso diseases, fertilizers and man
ures and feeds and feeding. .Any fnr
mor is entitled to uso these hooka
for two weeks nt n time without
charge. Wo would bo glad to beo
every Iiook In tho library In circula
tion. Wrlto or Beo mo whenever I
can be of assistance
A dcslrnhlo brand ltnlfe free with
every annual subscription to Tho
See Edwards for good house paint
the past Square Dealing one
absolutely guaranteed prompt
mall orders as you have before