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(Special to Tlio Hulledo)
MIM.ICAN, Au;. L'8. Minn Solum
llrown Med on another 100 hitch of
Mrs. Oeo. 1'owern mill Mrs. Ilenkle
lind n plcnnant vlKlt with Mrs. Jamos
aire. FlemfnK cam" ut from Henri
Monday to H'.'u her du'mhli'r Mrs. C.
M. UobIii. Vadmmlii !" returned
to Henri, ucconipanlori to Mm. Hindu
Mrs. J. J. Holland unri daughter,
Mnry, called on Mrs. Ilenkle unri
'Mrs. CJoo. I'owura Moinlay.
MrH. Ilolliml callfd nt tin- Keller
lioino Tueaduy nnil Tliur8rin.
Mr. nnil Mm. J. Hoolnoii called ut
tlui Mllllciiii and Ml. I'lnc Inns on
Mm. Holland, mother of .1 .1. Hoi
land, relinuiilHheri lifr hnmoittenri
back to the K(inriniiFiit Mr ClrafT
vtiliurKur, of Toledo. WnililtiKton,
went to Hend Vedneda, urriiliipnil
led liy Win. Wren, IiIh nephew, nnil
llled on Hie former Holland lionie
Htunil. Mr (Inirfenlieriser will put
up tlio niicowiiiry ImllriliiKH nt once,
imri then IiiIiik IiIh fninll here
Mm. It. It Keller mid children
nlb:ri ut the Holland home .Sunday.
It. U. Keller Iiiib lien doliiK Home
plowing for I II JoIiiiimiii.
Mr. KiiHpeiwIU of lleiinttnri nlle
now of lleml, went out to IiIh home
ulimd Simriny to sell IiIh ha. HIh
wife Ih ut the Ilnnd hospital. haluK
iiiiilnrKiinii nn operation tho pant
Mr. I'eirlK. tiurli drlvur rioiii Henri
in HuriiH, Hloppeil at the Ml. I'liin Inn
nun riuy limt weolc
Wnnt Ailn only (INK CHNT n word.
(Special to Tim Ilitlletln.)
HAMl'TON HIITTi:, Auk. a:i.--A-
liuit. Suhrnrior anil rintl . who have
liemi HpeuilliiK Kitvenil montliH with
IiIh father, liavH retuineil to their
, liomii In I'rlnevllle
Mr. nnil Mm. J. M lirlike anil
Mm. J. M. llrown lulled at tho
HroolHiiKi home limt Sunilin.
Mr. nnil Mi .llinmlo Hrlekoy ant
oiiri to I'rliiilln I'I.iIh hint Hilliiln.v.
V, I). llnrrlH, of Rluiirfur, h n
Ittltur horn Tuemlay.
Illinil'll lll'OllldllKB Mllll BOII I'lllll
rn hnulliiK wowl
Hurt MHek Ih vtnckliiK Win.
II. .1. Overtmf or Henri wan
IhroilKh horn jenterriny In huhiilf of
gnltliiK rii'ttriK for the rlKlit of way
IuioiihIi luii u-
.Mm. .1. Urowti aiiil chllilreii anil
.Mm. A. MijKihiwii mill chllilleii urn
movlliK out to Henri thin uy'lc wheie
limy will mtnil their tiltllririui to
Bpenri ten daya Ashing and hunt
ing. Ilarolri Kline left for the moun
tains Fridnj whore he will accept a
position with the government.
Verne Sholton went to I'rlnevllle
Sntiirripy aari returned Monday.
lirliiRlns bin mother with hi in who
hnB heen vlnltln thero tho past two
Klvln Van Matre went to Henri Sat
urday ami returned Monria).
Women are for Mr. HubIici because
tho Kreat hiininti value In thN country
ore Htlll to he welded politically lato
It iiatloiial life. France A. Kellor.
'resident Wilson Is now witlnm to
have It tlinuuht flint there was no
withdrawn! of troops from Mexico at
the request of CnrriinsM. Why not b'
one hetler and riechire thai we never
htiil any troops In Mexico to withdraw?
It was Mated Hint the president
would work on Ills neeeptaiue speech
during his wool: end trip on the May
flower. Amiiiiu the salt hllloWH thero
Hlioiilri be Homo ItiHpliutloti for ringing
HcntltnctiU on naval prepnrediieM.
Now that Mr. Hughes knows he has
heeu iioinlnalcri for president we may
wait patiently a few riays Ioniser to
hear what Mr. Wilson h.is to nay
Tho imychirioKlst who wild that nny
horiy can he hypnotlJ'.eri oltels the liiont
encoiiriiKumeiit that Carniiiu has yet
round ror liU hopes of liorrowliiK
MR. HUGHES OPPOSED TO
"I have no reBpect for the Idea
that because rieuiiNTiitlr govern
incut Is a Koternuielit of Hie peo
ple, by the people anil for t lie
people It Is n pi eminent of the
foolish, for the foolish nuri by
tho foollHh."-I'ioiii Mr. UtiKhes'
Speech at (.'hlcnijo.
.(. .j. .',. . ., . ; -h
Want Aila only ONK OUST a word.
A Step Further.
Onuidiui was luilulslm; In a few
"Anil wo used to make luiHty
illliK." will Hhe.
"We liiiwilustnMaiiooils puilrilnsiiow
inlays, Kranilma. Comes In can."
"I don't like the way fiho spoko of
"Why, Bht Mild It looked like you."
"Yes. anil bIio Balri It In hiicIi n nasty
wny."-I,oulsvlllo Com ler-Joumal.
(Hperlal to Tho Hullctln)
HHIHK VAIll). Am;. Jh.- A ciiiibiib
taken ut the hrlrk yurd bIiowb ii to
tal of CX InlialiltiiutH.
.Mih. A. II llorne. mid Mm. A.
Tnylur loft for Hutoin Werinimlay
moriiliiK when they wtll tiptmil a
weok or twit wlthf rleiirin.
KIhIu llniu retiirneri Thurado
rrom a ttlp in tliiMiiuutitiilmi. TIiohi'
villi her worn Mr. nnil Mm. Win.
McNniiKht mid riaiip.hlor. Mae nnil
.Mr. nuri Mm. It. Klliut mul riniiKh
tor nnil Mih. Tohm
The lailloH of tlio brick airi met
tit Mm. II. HooyH" TIniMiley iiftor-
mion. Ico viorm and cocklon x'liro
II. A. Jai i aid IliilBheil his hayliiK
mi IiIh IIoiho HhIko ranch anil Iiiih
lalurniiil to his work horo. Ho re
voita a IriK crop.
Mm Man McNniiKht spent tho
wnk miuI with MiRj KIhIo Horn,
Mliw HUlu Horn expect ' rlilo
oor (o ilio McNniiKht rniii'U to
liaity Wuiluonilay ovuiiIiik.
A rioHlrnhln lueari IuiUk free with
every imiiunl Hiibucilptlou to Tho
i' 'iSiiecliU to Th Hullottn)
I'l.ovnitiiAl.K. auk. 'i'X ("rl
unri Ohatr Hhottorly nuri their
.,HHli..r unit Mih. V (1. Cutllp WO.ro
-inM r.uiiiiir in llnnil Tiuwilry.
Mr ami Mm W. C. Hafty of
Whllo Salmon, Wairiilnistoii. mo -ItliiK
thotr old frlomU Mr. mid Mr.
t'hrlH Wmil. ..... .1
Mr. nnil Mrn II. a. WiHiilwnrlli
of 1'iirllonri airHeri Tuil nlRhl
'to make u two wiiok'a vlnlt with Hurir
Mil' It D Woodward and wlfo.
.1. H Minor wna aluiwhm artlo
1 through Hit awitlim Ttiurari. y.
W. W Van Matio and famll) wont
to Ilnnd Tiioiirirt) ami niturnori Wwl-
Mr. and Mia Chrla Ward mid Mr
nipl Mr. W A Hufuiy ! !'
&iiurria and i uuruiid Biuuluy.
ir nnil Mm I. H. Ombo llllri fttlll
ii.. ....i ir- u C Kllno anil Harolri
Mturnori from llm inoiintnlnH Vud
iitMHliiy nlht Thoy report lairlo
not bolus vejy pumtnm "
h vory Uni tlmo
Ourl and Choatur Sahwllloy and
'tlurir iiiotliur loturneri to tholr homo
at antriy. OroKou, tlio laat of th-
VMiV Hr. LewltiK and two box of
ou(lle. anri Walter Iyil alartwl for
So t I U. Tuoaday where Uit will
Vounc IIiihIiiiiiiI When I "'Oil to
kiss you you Hlnpped me Yoiiiik Wife
Well, you won't set shipped now un
less you forset to kiss me. Illustrated
" AN INFARE DINNER.
It Uted to Be an Important Funetlop
For the Newly Wedded.
Wore you ever Invited to an Infare
dinner? ' You are familiar with the
"house uarmlnK" Hint Is as likely to
take place lu midsummer ns nny other
senson, and If you nre n business man
you cannot have escaped the demand
for a Moral tribute when some new
flnn has embarked In jour particular
line of trade or profession.
Hut tho chances are flint If you know
nnythlnR ricdiilto about mi Infare din
ner you nre either too old to care
about discussing It or you nre of
Scotch or North of HiiBlnnri origin, mi
less, of course, jou happen to have
spent most of jour life In Inrilann In
the latter event you learned nil about
a charming custom from your mother
In rural Indiana the old ceremonial
has oven yet not gone the way of most
of the ceremonial practices of our an
cestor, for It la still observed In a
modified form. However, there Is no
sinister meniilng attached to its omis
sion, as was the case two generations
In the riays of our grnntlpnronts If.
the groom' mother failed to Invite the
bride to the Infare dinner the day fol
lowing the wedding It meant one thing
nnri one thing only that she was not
to bo regarded as a member of her
liuslinud'a family. The dinner was
usually a mmu elaborate iiffalr than
the wedding supper at the bride's fa
ther's house the previous evening. U
was served nt high noon and Included
tho entire bridal party, although In
Scotland the brlrie was supposed to
leave it 1 1 her own kindred behind when
she went to eat the dinner cooked by
her motherlu-law. St. Louis lllnbe
Democrat. JAPAN'S WOLFISH DOGS.
Famed For Their Savage Ferocity and
Tenacity of Grip.
Most of the rings III .lapan are of nil
tho breed and mo quite different from
the dogs lu western countries. I.Ike
the .Inpanese Iiiiimm. they nre smaller
As the .Inpiinete havo ever been an ag
ricultural people, hunting dogs were
not known, nor rilri they have miv use
for watch rings, as they kept neither
Hocks nor herds. Tho Japanese dog.
therefore, Is u domestic iiuliniil. to the
breeding of which no particular atten
tion was given, thus proiliiclng a mon
A great many years ago one of the
shnguns became Interested lu the
lireeillug of rings, so more cnio was
given In developing a good type.
Many of the ilalmjiH, thinking that
they would stand In better favor with
tliu shogun, piesenteil him with pros
cuts of anywhere from ten to twenty
rings. At one Hum the emperor had
inei- ri.nno ut Knmakura. '
The average natHe dog of Japan has
a saviige. Vtiilllsh aspect, with Mat
head, pointed mtiw.le and short, oioet
oars, with bushy, fnxllku tall. They
mo lxilil nnil oosiiuaie in iiisi,-.un,u
mid never know when thev nre beaten.
A'.lnpalieso'uuco gave a live ring to his
pet tiger as a Heat. Hut the animal,
renll.lng the situation before the tiger
dlil, M'lreri the tiger by the throat nnri
rhoked It to dentil before It could de
fend Itself, though tho dog also riled
from Its wounds. The Japanese dog
Is thus far famed for lis unexampled
ferocity and tenacity of grip, some
thing llku tho western bulldog. Japan
HOW THE WILSON
paint up. See. Ed-
Wnnt Ads only ONB CUNT a word.
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No coal, wood or nshes
to lug no waiting for
the fire to burn up. Bet
ter cooking because of
tho steady, evenly-dis-tributed
perfect control. All heat
concentrated on the
around the room. Tho
long, bluo chimneys
prevent all smoke and
llakti, bolls, roatts, toaits.
Mote emclenl than your
wood or coal atov and coati
leu to opaialf.
ASK YOUR DKAUKR TODAY,
For Best Results
Use Pearl Oil
and a cleaner,
In I, 2, 3 and 4
or without oven.
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F. DEMENT & CO.
"Having In view tho possibility of
further nggresslon upon the territory
of tho United States from Mexico nud
the necessity for tho proper protection
of Hint frontier," President Wilson on
June 18 called out tho mobile arms of
the national guard for fedcrnl service.
He did not call them out nt their
existing peace strength, but nt war
strength, which Is prnctlcnlly double.
Lacking u system of reserves, tho nn
tlonal guard organizations immediate,
ly had to start n campaign of recruit
lug to bring nliout the desired lncrenso
In their numbers.
Patriotic young citizens unilcr tho
urge of tho cry, "Your country needs
you!" volunteered for service In grnt
Ifylng numbers. According to Senator
Chamberlain, chalrmnn of tho scuato
committee on military affairs, tho re
sult Is that about 135.000 citizen sol
diers havo been mustered Into tho fed
eral service and nre now on tho Mex
ican border or lu camp In their homo
states. Thero may bo more, but tho
administration refuses to make known
tho exact flgnrcH.
Tho movement Is costing the public
treasury many millions of dollars; it
is costing tho Individual citizen soldiers
ninny millions more. They went to tho
front believing the cry, "Your country
neeils you," for wnr service. They sac
rltlccd advancement lu their civil occu
pations, severed homo tics, suffered In
thousands of Instances great llnnnclal
loss. Thu less pntrlotlc, who did not
believe the cry or, believing, declined
to make sacrlllces, fatten ut home on
Tho real purposes of the call ore
slowly developing They lire two In
First. A pntml of the border to do
the work which President Wilson'
friend, Carranza, lluris it impossible to
tlo. Hocnu.su the recognized govern
irent In Mexico Is too Ineffective to
keep Its own citizens lu cheek nuri pre
vent them murdering Americans mi
American soil the American govern
ment undertakes the costly task of
doing Hint work for them. Iho mur
der of American citizens on Mexican
soil Is another matter. I'mranrn may
go us fur us he likes lu that direction.
Second. A purpose of tho mobiliza
tion on tho border nnri hi tho camps
Is to train citizens to perform effective
military service. Tlu regular military
establishment of the nation Is mani
festly too small "or tho actual military
needs. To this extent the cry, "Your
country needs you," was correct.
Hut these fuels were not Hindu clear
u hen tho call was Isi'iieri. The iilcu
was promulgated that men were need
eri for actual war service, not for mili
tary training. Hecelt was piartlcori.
Opposing lu tho open legislation1 for
universal military service, the nilinln
1st in I Ion by Us nets has established
what lu essence, is a system of com
pulsory military service. It Is a sys
tem all tho moro lcIous because It
operates only against tho patriotic,
whereas a legalized universal training
system equalizes the burden of mili
tary service among nil men and nil
classes of men.
When In 11)11 Kuropo plunged Into
the greatest wnr of all history und con
ditions In Mexico grew Intolerable In
telligent men realized tho fact that It
was Incumbent on this nation to build
up lis tiny regular nrmy nnri put Its
other inllltnry resources lu condition
for use. National safety demanded
this. And yet In December of Hint
year, four months nfter tho European
war began. President Wilson went be
fore congress nud declared that all
agitation for military preparedness
was hysterical; that we were auo
After nwlillo the udnilnUtrntlon
changed its mind mid professed to be
llnvn lu the necessity for preparedness,
first came nn cuactmeut to lucreaso
th reirnlar army by 20.000. Hut the
I, A.K- nt tho eoiintrv. nnd even all
nurta nf tlio Democratic aduilulstra
Hon, could not change front so quickly
as th head, ltecrultluc for tho regu
lar nrmy lagged. Not yet have tho
ft rV Iipimi secured.
Tho ncpil nressed. A new national
defense act, providing for still more
men In tho regular nrmy, was cnncieu.
Hut Htlll tuo men were not inu
Suddenly and without warning tho
administration Issued us can tor mo
bilization of tho cltlzeu soldiers. It
seemed still obsessed with tho Uryan
notion that nn nrmy could bo created
bv nresldentlal ukase.
when tho cull weut out tho govern
mni .11.1 not own enough uniforms,
shoes, socks, blankets, hats, wagons,
trucks, horses, mules and other things
n.a.MlHnl to COUm tllU 111 C 11 CUllCll. II
i. .1 iiindo no nrovlslon for transport
lug tho troops called to tho points
where they were required,
win. suffered most by this niunzliig
lack of foresight, this leaping before
Only tuo 135.000 patriots who be
lieved that their country needed them
for national defense; only tho men
who nro making tho great sacrltlcea.
Tlio whole disgraceful story may be
summed up in the phrase, tho admin
titration has penalized patriotism.
True, It Is accumulating by subter
ntgo a reserve of tralued soldiers, but
events havo demonstrated that it cried
""wolf when there was no wolt
Should It be forced to cry "woir
again, wbeu the wolf Is at the door,
what will be the result?
THE NATION IS SHOCKING
It is apparent that wo nre
shockingly unprepnred. Tlicro Is
no room for controversy on tills
point since the object lesspn on
tho Mexican border. All our
available tegular troops (less, I
believe, than 40.000) nro there
or In Mexico, and as theso havo
been deemed liisiilllelciit the en
tire national guard has been or-'
riereri out. Thnt Is. weiro sum
moning practically nil our mov
nolo military forces In order to
prou'iit bandit incursions. In
view of the warnings of the past
three years. It Is Inexcusable
that we should llnil ourselves In
this plight. For our faithful
guardsmen, who with n line pa
triotism responded to this cull
and nre benrlng this burden. I
havo nothing hut praise. Hut I
thlnlc It little short of absurd
thnt we should bo compelled to
call men from their shops, their
factories, their olllccs nnri their
professions for such a purpose.
This, however. Is not nil. The
units of the national guard were
at peace strength, which was
only nbQjJt onc-hulf the required
strength. It was necessary to
bring In recruits, for the most
part raw and untrained. Only n
small percentage of tho regiments
recruited up lo wnr strength will
hnc lind even n year's training
lu the national guard, which nt
'the maximum means a hun
dred hours of inllltnry drill, nnd.
on tho nverage. menus much less.
Men fresh from their peaceful
employments and physically un
prepared have heen hurried to
the border for actual service.
They were wlthuut proper equip
ment, without noressarv sup
plies; suitable conditions of trans
portatloii were not provided. Men
with dependent families were
sent, nnd conditions which should
havo been well known were ills
covered nfter the ctcnt. And
yet tho exigency, comparatively
speaking, was not n very grave
one. It Involved nothing that
could not readily have been fore
seen during the past three years
of disturbance) nnd required only
a modest talent for organization.
That this administration while
pursuing Its course In Mexico
should havo permitted such con
ditions to exist Is almost. In-eredlhle.-Krnni
Speech of Acceptance.
NOTK'i: 1'OH IT IH.ICATIOX.
Department of the Interior, p o
Land Otltce at The Dallea, Ore'eon
August 10, 1310. 8 "
NOTICE Is hereby given that At-
thur A. Dickinson, of Hend, Oregoa"
who, on April 10th. 1911, mad
Homestead entry. No. 0SGI9, for 8V
,i, Section 9, Township 17 South
Kange 12 East, Willamette Meridian'
litis filed notico of Intention to make
Final Three Year Proof, to estahllii)
claim to the land above doscrlbed
before H. C. Ellis, IT. S. Commission!
er, nt Henri, Oregon, on the 10th da
of October. 191G. '
Claimant names as witnesses
Chnrles It. Low, August Haliborc
Albert Hnrrymnn, Walter Daniels'
Ncla Anderson, all or Hend, Oregon'
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
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