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The Bend Bulletin
GEOnClH PALMEIl PUTNAM
ItOuEUT W. SAWYER
An Iniloiicmlcnt newspaper stand
ing for tho so,uaro deal, ctenn busi
ness, elenn politics nnd tho best In
terests of Hond and Control Oregon.
Ono Ycnr $2.00
Six Months 1.00
Thrco Monthw ' ,r'
THURSDAY, SEPTE.MUEU2G, 101S.
SUDSCKIHE YOUR SHARE.
America stands on tho threshold
of a roat ndvonturo nnil a great test.
Adventure abroad, where, our
army Is poised for a plunge Into ter
ritory long hold as German soU a
plungo through what must bo tho
flower of Germany's troops It tho
kaiser Is not at onto to concede de
A scorching test abroad slnco our
first American army, released from
tho tutelago.ot French and British
war exports, must pit Its own newly
acquired skill against tho Docho past
masters. Glorying in tho valor revealed at
Cantlgny and Chateau Thierry, se
curo in tho strength of tho millions
of other Americans hurrying to tho
battlo front, our army as Impatiently
as confidently awaits tho Issue.
Amorica at homo faces as great
a challengo In tho fourth Liberty
loan, and as great a test.
Tho hugo slio of tho loan
whether for six or. eight billion dol
lars, It outstrips all precedent
thrills our Imagination and rouses us
to our most extremo efforts that It
may bo "put over" in tho short time
A searching test slnco It will re
veal Inexorably Just how much In
earnest America-at-homo is In Its
deslro to crush autocracy Into the
mud of this wlntor's battlefields.
Germany will laugh it moro than
tho allotted threo weeks Is required
to raise tho minimum sum called for.
Germany will tremble at tho news
of an oversubscription in less time.
Tho loan is not a largo ono when
the hugo resources of tho United
States, $250,000,000,000, are con
sidered. Tho oversubscription of
the fourth Liberty loan will require
less than a fifth of tho annual in
come of tho country, now estimated
Subscribe YOUR share of tho
fourth Liberty loan.
BRISBANE AND BEER.
Arthur Brisbane Is unfortunate In
having his brewery newspaper loans
uncovered at a timo when suspicion
attaches to anything of a secret na
ture that has a German atmosphere.
The list of tho brewers who Joined
In making the loan to Brlsbano that
has been disclosed by tho alien prop
erty custodian sounds llo the roster
of a German machine gun company,
and while they may be all good
Americans they cannot but bo viewed
-with suspicion until all their opera
tions are disclosed.
For Mr. Brisbane tho situation Is
equally bad. Grant that thero Is no
German propaganda mixed up in It,
ho Is still a self-confessed news
paper man who sold himself for some
beery dollars. That Is bad business.
In extenuation Brisbane says that
Jio has fought for beer and light
wines for years, and on that account
ho would have people think It proper
for him to bo kept by a bunch of
Growers to continue fighting for their
product. And proper enough it is
so long as the public knows that he
Is being kept. It the public does not
know it is being misled.
Arthur 'Brisbane has been called
tho greatest newspaper editor In the
country. Greatest or not, he. is
enough of a newspaper roan to know
that so, long as a newspaper puts
forth Ita own ideas, unbought and
unpaid for, It is respected and be
lieved; "but if It puts forth ideas
which are Identically the same, but
bought and paid for, It Is neither
respected nor believed. Arthur Bris
bane, tho great editor, fighting for
uecr and light wines, carries weight;
Arthur Brisbane, tho recipient of a
big loan from big brewers and then
fighting for beer, has no weight
OUR INDIVIDUAL PART.
Soma obsorvers think that the
moat characteristic thing about the
Amorlcan soldiers in France, some
thing which oBtounda tho enemy and
excites tho admiration ot our allies,
is tho capacity of tho American sol
diers to 'do Individual thinking and
fighting' Tho Gorman fights success
fully only In mass formation, In or
ganized Jiodlos, while every Ameri
can soldier has an Initiative and in-
uepeuuejice oi acuuu wmcu. Ktvijs mm
l.l.T4I1JalirAk..,'Hm .. l1,
but each is an Individual working
unit In a groat fighting machine.
Every American at homo should
fool an Individual responsibility and
do his or hor Individual part In win
ning tho war. Thoro is not an Amor
Ican eltUeu who cannot holp win tho
war. Tho fourth Liberty loan drive,
which begins September 28, offers u
great opportunity for concerted ac
tion and for Individual action, and
tho loan will bo a tremendous suc
cess If each American will do his
or her Individual part as each Ameri
can soldier In Franco dons his part.
Our soldiers desorvo such support
from tho pooplo at home.
SOME OF THE UITS YOUR
LIHERTY UOND WILL DO.
If you buy a $100 bond of tho
Fourth Liberty loan you nro lending
tho United States government enough
money to feed a soldier In1 Franco a
llttlo moro than bovoii months. Or
you havo furnished ouough monoy to
glvo him a complete outfit of wlnjor
and summer clothing, including
shoes and stockings, and slicker and
overcoat and blankets, with enough
left over to arm htm with a good
rovolvor. You havo dono that much
to beat back tho Hun.
It takes $35-;nloro to arm him with
a rifle and a bayonet on It, and if
you buy a second $100 bond you fur
nish him this riflo and 1000 cart
ridges tor It; and thcro will still bo
enough of your monoy loft to pur-(
chaso a good sized bomb to throw
in a dugout, or demolish a machine
gun togothor with tho Huns operat
CURTAILMENT OF LOANS BY
Credit extended by banks to their
customers for non-essential purposes
hurts In several ways. First, it In
volves the uso of monoy that might
bo better Invented In government se
curities, theroby holpltig to win tho
war, and shorten tho war with tho
consequent saving of American lives.
Second, it Involves tho uso of labor,
material and transportation, which
ought to bo loft freo to meet, to tho
fullest, tho needs of tho government.
Third, It Involves unnecessary compe
tition with tho government, both de
laying government operations and
making theym moro expensive.
Thero Is one consolation in this
lumber embargo business, and that is
that ail sections of the country are
treated alike, the mills of tho south
being shut out of the embargoed
territory as effectively as those of
Pcoplo have been asking why our
soldlora are called "doughboys."
After exhaustlvo Investigation we are
able to report that they arc called
doughboys because Baker (k)neadb
them for making pancakes of tho
L. D. WIcst has been under tho
weather this week with a severe at
tack of cholera morbus.
"Dad" West and the Bend Mercan
tile company have built a very serv
iceable walk between tho stores on
Wall street. Whon tho weather Is
dry It keeps pedestrians out of tho
sand, and when it Is wet it keeps
them out of the mud.
Tho bands of sheep havo already
begun to make their way back from
the mountains to the winter rango.
Rov. Mr. Comerford will arrive
about October 1 to take charge of
the Presbyterian church work In this
The Steldl & Reed mill Is being
kept busy as a boehlvo getting out
lumber for building purposes.
Broadway in the Lytlo townslto Is
getting to bo qulto an imprcsslvo
F. M. Phillips Is hauling lumber
from Bend for improvements at
The mall stago Is now frequently
held at Prlnevlllo for tho arrival ot
the mall from Shanlko.
Half a dozen vaqueros aro horc
this week rounding up horses for tho
Buy ryo seed from L. L. Fox. 30c
Prepare for Cliungcublo Weather.
H. B. Miller, R. F. D. 10, Woostor.
O., writes: "By tho changing of
beds and tho weather, I took a very
bad cold and sore throat. Four dosoa
of Foloy'B Honoy and Tar put me
right In a day's time." It pays to
get tho genuine Foley's and avoid
substitutes and counterfeits. Con
tains no opiates, Sold everywhere.
TO REPORT ON
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
Also Study Comity Tux Valuations
Mutter Prtwntwl by T. A. Mo
Conn In Connection with Ef
fort to IncrwiHO Values.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
A Commercial club couuultteo will
make n study of tho cost ot living
In Bend with especial reference to In
creases over a stated period, and also
will confer with tho mill companies
and others In respect to tax mat
tors, according to a vote takon at
tho lunch tlmo mooting today.
Both mattors wore brought be
fore tho club by T. A. McCann, gen
eral manager ot Tho Shevlln-Hlxon
Company, tho motion for tho appoint
ment ot tho commlt,teo being made
by H. J. Overturf.
Mr, McCiinu said that although 21
representative mill owners and em
ployes at n Loyal Legion conference,
after a complcto and thorough dis
cussion ot living costs, had agreed
on a wago scale, an effort was bcin&
made to obtain n higher itcalo In
Bend on thu ground that living costs
were higher hero than olsowhoro. In
order that tho facts might bo ob
tained ho suggested that tho club In
vestigate Turning to tho matter of taxation,
Mr. McCann said that his company
was paying 28 por cent, ot tho taxes
wf the county and tho Urooks-Scanlon
company probably 20 por cont. A
largo percentage of tho county funds
went for roads, but they had no
benefit from them and only slight
police protection. Now, he said, an
effort was being made to havo the
property valuation Increased, a few
merchants being Included as n sort
of camouflage. Ho thought that
farm land valuations wcro low, but
that in any caso there was no clean
cut Issue between thu town, tho
county and tho mills, and that an In
vestigation should bo mado by the
club to get at tho facts ot tho gen
eral county valuation. Tho treat
ment his company received, ho con
cluded, would havo considerable
weight In Its decision as to tho loca
tlon ot additional Industries.
Following Mr. McCann, C. S. Hud
son urged that tho club glvo tho
mattors consideration in order that
now mills might bo Insured hero In
stead of locating clsowhoro, as would
bo tho caso If thoy wcro antagonized.
In moving tho appointment ot tho
committee, H. J. Overturf said that
valuations were ridiculously low In
tho city and probably so all over tho'
county, and that while it would not
affect taxation It they wero higher
at tho sama tlmo It would look
That farm lands wero probably as
sessed higher In proportion than any
othor property was assorted by TH'
r oiej . ,
Othor business coming before tho
club was a report from H. J. Over
turf on tho progross ot tho Liberty
bond campaign, and remarks on tho
ucod for work In getting out tho
voto to insuro tho passago of tho
bond moasure at today's election.
HE FEEDS BRITAIN'S ARMIES
This Is Lieut. Gen. Sir John Cowan.
qunrtcrmuHtcr general of tho British
iirmy, who Is responsible for tho sup
ply of food, materials and ammunition
to tho British forces on all fronts.
'WtteuufWtHA' ' y J3BPt fiPKSKsttMLMtfrafiyV mBT1 MmLC r BBHfP
Motor trucks by tho tuns of thousands havo mado tho great war
different from any other in adding mobility to tho opposing nrmles.
Whoro preparation for battles In previous years required days, hours
aro now nocossary. Slnco tnxlcabs won tho first battlo of tho Murno,
gasollno and rubber hnvo boon Increasing factors.
Homo of tho American troops In recent buttles, perhaps tho
shown abovo In a momentary halt In a French village, havo travolad
thirty hours with hardly a stop for rest.
Your subscription to tho Fourth Liberty Loan will ndd to tho
certainty that somo day troops will not reach a fight too lato to win It.
Seattle Man Has
Gained 25 Pounds
"I Never 1-Ylt I lot I it In .My Life,"
Hojn MlaiM After Taking
"Tanlac has not only mado a won
derful change In my wife, but I havo
been greatly benefited by It tuysdlf.
It has put hor In shape to where she
has gained twolvo pounds In thirty
days and now sho feels flno all the
time. And as for myself, I have
picked up twenty-five pounds, and
never felt hotter In my life."
This Interesting and remarkable
statement was mado by P. O. Illaud
of 2724 Fourth Avo. North, Seattle.
Continuing, Mr. Illaud said' "My
wife haV had ono ot tlio worst rases
of stomach trouble, It seems to me
a person could have, and everything
sho would eat disagreed with her In
a way that caused her tho greatost
of suffering. During the past five
years wo tried everything wo heard
of In our efforts to help her and build
hor up, but nothing seemed to do
her any good. Her appctlto left, hor
entirely, tier complexion was sallow,
and hor health was all gone to pieces.
Sho used to weigh ono hundred and
seventy pounds, but toll off to ono
hundred and thirty-three and was so
weak sho could hardly ralsu her
arms. For one solid month before
sho began taking Tanlac, sho was
down In bed, hardly able to move.
"About last April sho started on
Tanlac, and tho results havo been
wonderful. Sho has no trouble what
ever with her stomach now She
eatH anything sho wants without suf
fering a partlclo from It, and has a
splendid appotltlo Sho was so nerv
ous and miserable before sho began
taking Tanlac she hardly knew what
a good night's sloop was, but now
she sleeps tho wholo night through
just llko a child. Her color Is clear
ing up and sho Is ablo to do alt her
housoworkwlthout any trouble'
"When I noticed tho wonderful
benefits sho was getting from Tan
lac, I started taking tho medicine
mysolf, as I had boon suffering for
sometime with Indigestion nnd con
stipation and was badly rifTi down. I
had fallen off to ono hundred and
forty-two pounds and was still los
ing. I don't suffer a particle with
The Safe. Steady,
electric light for the
It is safe. It is clean. Its
cost is low. Its brilliance
out a flicker.
with the plant
is as sure and steady as'
when current comes from
the storage battery.
This is so because Lallcy
Light engine is designed
UutY "un Ilicht IC
THEM TO FRONT
Indigestion now, no matter what I
eat, and I am always ready with u
big appctlto when mealtime comes.
I now weigh ono hundred and slxly
seven pounds, making a gain of
twenty-five pounds, and my wife and
I are both glad to recommend Tun.
lac, as It has done far moro than wo
over oxpoctod of It."
Tanlac Is sold In Bond by tho Owl
Pharmacy and In Sisters by Geo. E.
In the Circuit Court of the, State of
Oregon, for Desrhutes County.
T. II Foley. Plaintiff, vs. Henry W.
To Henry W. Reed, defendant above
In tho name of tho Ktato of Ore
gon, you aro hereby required to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
ngaltut you In tho abovo outllb'd
caso nnd causo on or before tho 7th
day of November, II IS. which Is
moro than six weeks after the -ni
day of September, 191 S, tho dale of
the lint publication of this summons
and If you fall to so appear and
answer, for want thereof thu plalntlrf
will apply to the court for tho relief
prayed for In tho complaint, to-wit -For
a decree declaring that tho plain
tiff Is tho owner, In feo simple, of-
Lot Eleven (II) In Block Fourteen
(14) of Deschutes, Deschutes county
(formerly a portion ot Crook coun
ty), Oregon, according to tho re
corded plat thereof now on file In
tho office of tho County Clork o
Deschutes county, Oregon, and that
tho defendant havo no right, title or
Interest In, or Hen or claim upon the
real property abovo described, or any
part thereof, and that said plaintiff's
title to said property be quieted
ngalnst said defendant, and that said
defendant bo forever barred from as
sorting any claim or Interest In or
to said promises, or any part thereof,
adverse to this plaintiff, and for such
other and further relief as to the
court may appear Just and equitable.
Hervlcn of this summons In made
upon you by publication thereof In
Tho Bend Bulletin for six consecu
tive and successive weeks, under and
by vlrtuo of an order madu and en
tered on tho 11th day of February,
1018, by tho Honorable T. E. J.
Duffoy, Judge of tho above untitled
Tho dato of tho first publication
Is tho 2Cth day of September, 1 1) IK.
and tho dato of tho last publication
Is tho 7th day of November, 1018
30-3CC E. O. STADTER,
Attorney for Plaintiff
especially for driving an
It has extra large ball
bearings throughout. No
other uses two ball-bear
ings on the
one on the con
has been in
farm use for
seven years. It' brings
new conveniences, better
living, to every farm. Its
light and power cost but
a few cents a day.
Let us demonstrate Lalley
Light, free, right on your own
farm. Write for the owners
CENT-ORE MOTOR CO.
Plant U 27 Inch Ions, U Inch wlJ, r
:i Inch hit h
TO HE PKOHE!)
(GontlnundTrom Pago 1()
Honorable (loorgo M. Ih JiihI tho lad
to dig them tip.
Incidentally, It iiiIkIiL Ih hiiIi! IC
such things develop t ho war tax on
gum will make a torrlblo dent In thu
salary of oihi stato official before
the probe Is over.
Thu Htittd fair that In going on
hero this week Is taking up iiumt of
tint attention of statu officials thnsii
days and consequently 'Items In
It might ho remarked Incidentally
that tho fair Is up to thu standard
In exhibits and general features ami
ono noticeable fact Is thu additional
Interest which Is being shown oiiuli
year by Eastern Oregon -people.
Eastern Oregon exhibit grow In
number and magnitude somowhat
with every passing year and oven
running against war conditions they
havo climbed a llttlo this year. It
Is a fact that tho stato fair Is getting
to be moro and more what tho iiiimn
Implies-a fair for all tho stato auit
much moro attention U being paid
to Eastern Oregon than In tho prist,
despite tho long hauls for exhibits.
FOR HALE CHEAP -Or will trado
for cow, good saddle horse, broko
to work, weight DGO. Tel. 13112.
FOR HALE One mule, weight 12(10
Ihs., -I yearn old; ten head eoarst
wool owes, all young. Reeveit
Wlllcoxeu, Redmond, Ore.
FOR HALE -It. I. II. pullets. U
months otd. Rosa Hatch, Tumalo.
FOR HALE Pigs, n few weanors.
Phono Rural 112. 3l-29tfu
FOR SALE Shorthorn bull, 3 yearn
old; full blood. F. Perclvall, Milli
on n, Ore. 10-2S-3Uo
FOR HALE 40 acres near lleud, 27
acres water right In crop, 10 tier
hay; with or without stock. In
quire Bulletin. !M-2StrT
FOR HALE llnlslnln bull calf; dam
made 1G.000 Ihs. milk, MO lbs.
fat at four years. P. C. Burt.
Bend, Ore. r,l-2iJtfo
FOR HALE About 30 bond or cattle,
mostly young stuff. Heo or lyrtto
P. II. Johnson, Mllllcau, Ore.
FOR HALE CIIEAP-'Ono horse.'Heo
Chief of Police Nixon. 32-22tfo
FOR HALE 14 head of catllo am)
one work team. II, A. (lonney.
Union barber shop. Phono 2171.
WANTED TO IIUV Ten tons of hay,
grain or alfalfa. Will pay cash.
State price. Core of Bulletin.
WANTED Fresh Shorthorn milch
cows. II. L. Tone, Slitters, Oregon.
LOST AND FOUND.
TAKEN UP Htroy horse, dark Iron
gray, about threo years otd.
branded J. P. on right shoulder,
weight 1000 lbs. Oliver Thor
bJoniHon, on Allen ranch,
TAKEN UP 1 bay maro. branded
101 on right hip and II on left
shoulder, Geo, Jones, 12F2.
Klght side; right nor crop
pod; wattle right hind log.
II. L, TONE, HUtcrs, Or.
P. II. JOIINHO.V,
COJIli IN AND
lng. TW'wrOTPsenselesa' cog,';!,' BuyVye)'sod' from L. L. Fox. 30c I