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IIHND IIUI.L1STIN, I1ISNI), OREGON, TJIUIWDAV. AUGUST 7, HMO
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An Immense problem In reconstruction confronts the present generation.
Arc you doing your utmost to prepare to lead In Its solution?
WRIGLEY5 good, we
must KEEP St good until
you get it.
Hence the sealed package
preserving the delicious con
tentsthe beneficial goody.
The Flavor Lasts
SURVEY STARTED FOR
ROAD TO ELK LAKE
I'oivkt Hen Ico I .oration Work to Bo
Dunn by William Hproilt fit Prrp
iiratlon for Count nut Ion.
Preparing tor thn contitructlon of
a road to Elk lako by way of
Sparks lake, William Hprout of the
Deschutes nntlonnl foroat wua mi
thorlzed on .Monday to commonco
n locution survey. Suporvlaor N, (I.
Jucobson will first no over thu pro
posed routu on horseback,
TUMALO RANCH IS
SOLD TO SOLDIER
Tim imln wuh reported Saturday
nf tbu H0-ncr rnnch nt Tuiunlo
owned y J. M. Flan. Of tho 80
acres 7i aro Irrigable. A. C. Klrt
hIs, recently rot u mod from Franco
after 14 moiittin In tho nrmy, In tho
purchaser. Tho consideration In
Muted to bo 10000. Tho Halo wnn
inado through tho otflco of J. I).
IS SOLD FOR $1,000
Annonncoiuonl wiih mndo Sutur
day of tho salo of tho John Almotor
ranch, near Torrubtiimo, to P. K.
ltJ'ollot & Son. Tho rnnch Ih 320
acres In alio and tho consideration
nnmod Is $15,000.
W. It. SPECK, 8PKCIAL AGENT
All In ecalcd
not enough to make
25 ARE ADMITTED
INTO ELKS' LODGE
K-roml CIiinn Composed Chiefly of
Mt'ii from Pilnetllle Korlal
KckhIoii In Kii Joyed.
Twenty-five neophytes, chlclly
from Prlnovlllo and vicinity, bo
caino members of tho Bend Elks
lodge Friday night when Initiation
coromonlea wore hold nt thu Km
IiIuiii club. A nodal aeaalon fol
lowed tho rltuullHtlc work.
Tho Initiates woro: II. A. Foator,
It. It. Itoblntton, C. H. Smith, Harold
Ilaldwln, H. W. Howard, CbnrlcH
King, It. It. Luken, Joo Llator, E.
J. Wilson, Homer Ross, II. O. Kon
nnrd. Lyn Nlchota, E. P. Hlnyton,
P. P, Hoolachor, II. Ij. Hchco, Juiiioh
Dixon, Max Stringer, Anton Carl
non, I. M. MIIIh, P. I). PoHtor, Sotb
Dixon, Joo Gorardo, of Prlnovlllo
and It. M. Smith, II.' M. Stephens
and II. J. Ororturf of llond.
E. T. CARROLL WEDS
AT BLAKELY HOME
MIhh Floronco Ilnrrla and B, T.
Carroll, both of thin city woro
married Friday nlKht at tho homo
of Mr. and Mm. S. A. Illakoly, Itor.
II. C. Ilartranft bolng tho officiat
ing clergyman. Only cioso frlonda
of brldo and Kroom woro In nt
tendance. Mr. Carroll Ih an engi
neer at tho llrooka-Scunlon I.umbor
ally refined from se
oil, gives maximum
lubrication with least
carbon deposit. Get a
tion Chart for
STANDARD OIL CO., REND, ORB.
TO RECEIVE PAYMENT
OF EXCESS PROFITS.
War IiicIiinIiIch Hoard Completing
Ilf Woik mill MukiiiK Arrmw
iih'iiIh for Payment Dealers
to I'iy HiK'k Ex On Hiimm.
WASHINGTON, I). C Aug. 1.-
Colloctlon of excess profits from
wool doulow In procoodliiR and tholr
dlHlrlbiitlon to wool Krowora will
boKtn In tho near fuluro. Thin an
nouncoiiiont la madn by tho Unltod
Stutoa dopnrtmont of aKilculturo,
which Ih completing tho work of tho
dotnoatlc wool ncctlon of thu war
InduatrlcN board, In nccordunco with
a provlalon of thu nKrlculturul up
Iloporta thua far received show
Hint oxecaa pioflta wcro rnndo by
about 10 pur cent, of tho "country"
dealora. Corrcapondcnco with "dla.
trlbutliiK conlor" dealora, whoao to
tnl reporta nro not yot completed,
Indicate that aomo of them huvu ac
cumulated nubatntitlal nmounta of
uxcesa prollta on tho wool which
they nctunlly bought. Audltlnc of
thu uccounta of tho turgor dealers
la n conaldornblo tuak nnd will ru
qulro Povoral ntontha. Tho bureau
of marked), which acta for tho do
partment of nriculturo in tbli
work, will Incloau with each chock
Bont to n grower n circular lottor
rIvIiir tho nnmo of tho firm which
handled Ills wool nnd which Iidr re
turned tho oxcoin profits of which
tho cuatomor la receiving hla share.
No Itrfuml to CoiimIkiioi-m.
Tha dopnrtmont calls attention to
tho fact that tho rrgulatlona of tho
war Induatrlen board did not per
mit thn purchase of wool In tho
grunt wool growing status of tho
Itocky mountain and Pacific coast
region except In thu casa of clips
of less than 1000 pounds eacllt All
larger cllpa worn required to bo
consigned. Thla region produces
about two-thirds of thu entire wool
clip of tho country, which wna about
257.000,000 pounds In 1918. Grow
em In tho eastern atntea wero tinted
to pool nnd conalgn their wools and
tunny of them did so, Slnco tho
government paid tho dealurs a fixed
commission on consigned wool ox
cons profits could bo mado only on
that purt of tho wool which thoy
bought outright. Thorofore. grow
ers who consigned their clips should
not' expect to recclvo refunds.
Slnco thu government control oN
wool bus ceased tho work of tho
department of agriculture In thla
connection consists only of auditing
thu records and accounts of up
proved wool dealora, tho collection
of any profits which thoy moy have
made In excess of those permitted
under tho ri-gulatloiiH of tho war In
duatrlea board, and tho distribution
by tho department of agriculture ot
theMi proflta directly to tho growora
upon whoao wool tho proflta woro
made, wherever tho Identity ot tho
wool can bo traced.
lVrmltM InhikhI to Wool Dealer.
Tho war Industries board Issued
pormlta to about 3S00 "country"
dealora nuthorlxlng them to buy
wool direct from tho growor. I'or
inltH woro nlao iHSiied to 179 "dis
tributing contor" . dealers who had
facilities for handling wool In largo
quantities and moat of whom woro
located on tho cnatern acabonrd
nonr tho Centura ot wool manufac
ture. Theso turgor dealora woro
required to handlo wool on consign
ment from olther growora or coun
try dbnlors and woro also permitted
to buy from country dealora direct,
or from growor through tholr
lilnnk forms calling for n do
tailed accounting have been aent by
tho dopnrtmont to both clnsaoa ot
dealora, Reports Imvo been ro-
colvod from about 3000 of tho
country dealers and about ono-halt
ot tho doulors tu distributing con-
tors. Tho taking ovor of tho wool
WATERS OF THE
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waii'BH iji:i:hm:v ktauth on
FOOT 'JllltOUGII WOODH, WITH
NO norilWIHNT, AND I'BAIt IH
I'uir I'on HAi'irrv.
Although u Munich party baa been
out since Monday morning seek
ing a clew to the whereabouts of
Walter lleesloy of this city, who
disappeared Friday, no trace ot tho
mlaalng man hud been found thin
nftornuon, Sheriff 8. K. Itobortn re
ported. Ilresloy loft tho homo ot
Fred Winters, where ho nnd his
wlfo hud been staying, and wua last
oen nt noon Friday walking from
Mend on thu logging road near tho
Orcwllcr mill on tho Tutnalo.
Frlonda fear Hint ho mny bo" tem
porarily unbalanced ns tho result
of Injuries received during his nonr
Ico with the American expedition
ary forcea In France.
Mr. Winters, a cioso friend of tho
rnlsalng man, states that Hocsloy
had been unuaunlly taciturn for scv
orul ditya, and that tho evening be
fore bin depnrturo lio had remarked
that ho wua going to look for work.
JIo had hud no difficulty in necur.-.
Ing employment In Bcrnl.
Friday morning lleesloy donned
n now suit of blue serge and put
on a Bull of coveralls, wearing his
bluo coat ovor the one-plcco gar
ment. Aside from his razor and a
bottlo containing nn Iodine prepara
tion which ho had been using, ho
took nothing with him. Nows of
his being seen so far from tho city,
coupled with his non-appearance,
led to fear for his safety, and Hie
searchoi-8 started out this morning.
llccslcy enlisted from Bend early
In the war, nnd sustained wounds
In action which necessitated his re
maining In an nrmy hospital for
nlno months. After hia discharge
from tho aervlco ho was married.
and for somo time slnco thon bad
mado his homo in Bend with tho
SEES "DRY" WORLD
The U. 8. helped Europe crush
militarism, ao now If national
prohibition Is posslblo at homo,
thon world prohibition Is bound
to corao, says Lara Larson Lcdot,
foremost cdlto ot Denmark, hero
n lttw nlt.lnn mt4
by tho war department was com
pleted so recently that many of tho
larger dealora havo been unablo to
propnro tholr reports at an earlier
dato, Tho auditing ot theso re
ports Is proceeding as rapidly as it
can bo done with tho limited force
avnllablo for assignment to this
work, tho dopnrtmont auys.
To Keep The Children Well.
Mrs. Amandu Flint of New Phila
delphia, O., writua, "I heartily rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar. It
relieved my llttlu girl ot thu most
tickling cough. She was so badly
annoyed at night I tried a great
many things and found nothing to
help hor until I got Poloy's Honoy
nnd Tar." Contains no opiates. Is
boat for any cold. Sold everywhere.
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with tho navy iioUUu on an educutlouul trip betweeu St. Louis and Mow Orleanv
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THE RE0I3TRAR, Ore(n Artculturat Colleft, Corvallii
l tergal 2l iwSMlInMilJlM3jJMJBSMl3Ui
ELKS PLAN ON
TO BE A CELEBRATION
Varied I'ntertalniiient Plannnl, In
eluding Ilnibccue, Vaudeville,
IVnturiiif; Surprino HtunUt
mid TrlrH Into Countrj-.
Elks from every city and county
of Oregon aro making plans to
leave within a fow days for Klam
ath Falla, whoro tho second annual
convention of tho Oregon State
Elka association will bo held. Tho
meeting of tho nntlcrcd herd of this
stato will differ from ita former
meetings or similar affairs hold In
tho past for numerous reasons.
In the first place, tho Elks are
first ot all, a patriotic order, and
during tho war took a prominent
part in war-time activities. Thous
ands ot Elks answered tbo call to
the arms, and tho honor roll of
thoso who made tho supremo sacri
fice Includes many ot the order's
Thorofore, tho annual meeting
will bo in tho form of a victory
celobratlon, and plans for the ar
slstanco ot wounded ex-servico men
promises to bo ono of tbo fox
most topics of tbo business t
slons. Tho entertainment ot tho large
herd of Elks and tholr families,
many of whom will mako tho Jour
ney to Klamath Palls In tho shape
of a vacation Jaunt, is likely to out
shine any entertainment ever plan
ned for a body ot raon and women.
Tho usual entertainment accorded
to delegates who attended conven
tions In largo cities will be missing,
It Is truo, but tho natural beauty
ot tho country in southeastern Ore
gon will be utilized in a big out
door frolic. An Elk barbequo will
bo staged on Thursday, August 15,
at Harrlmau lodge, on the shores ot
Whlto Pollcan bay, and following
tho big feed a vaudovillo will bo
staged in n natural ampithoatre,
discovered by tho Klamath Palls
committee somo months ago. The
acta for tho entertainment will bo
staged by each lodgo ot tbo state,
In tbo form ot surpriso acts, which
nro to bo .both novel and enter
tulnlng. Trips into tho wonder spots of
tho Klamath country, street dances
nnd old-tashtoned carnival will .be
staged In Klamath Palls, and every
moment ot tho three-day session
promises to be tilled with fun and
Love nil, trust n few, do wrong to
Put It la "THE BULLETIN."
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FIRES IN FOREST
NONE HORNING IN DESCIIUTK3
ARKA AT 1'RESENT TIB
THREE OUTSIDE FOREST ARK
UNDER CONTROL. '
Officials In tho office ot tho De
schutes forest are congratulating
themselves now that thero is no
flro burning anywhere within tho
boundaries ot the forest. All biases
that havo started recently aro com
pletely out and tbo members ot tbo
summer force, whllo keeping up
thoir vigilant watcIO for fire, are
resting from tho mora arduous
Outside tho forest boundaries
three fires aro reported as still
burning, though undor control. One
on Brooks-Scan Ion land In tho vi
cinity of tho Arnold Ico caves is be
ing patrolled and will not glvo fur
ther trouble unless carried by high
winds. Another is on Shevlin-IIlxon
land near Lava butto, and the third
Is on state land near tho Branton
sawmill, in the Gist neighborhood.
FINE DAIRY HERD
TO BE AUCTIONED
Complete Farm Equipment, Draft
and Saddle Stock Will Uo Sold
ut Sam 31. Wood Ranch.
Ono ot tho finest herds ot milk
ing stock in the county will so
under tho hammer next Mosday,
when 25 head of Jerseys, Guern
seys nnd. Brown Swiss cattlo will
be auctioned at tho Sam M. Wood
place, near Redmond. Halt of tke
stock are from tho famous Heary
McCall herd, In addition complete
farm equipment will bo offered, to
gether with draft and saddlo stock,
poultry and swine.
Mr. Wood Is selling out as ho
has accopted an offer from tbo
Northwest Auto company, in Spo
kane, tenderlug him tho position
DOGS ONCE WERE WORSHIPED
Cuitom Practised In Many Countries
In Pait Ages Ethiopia Had
One for a Monarch. J
Dog worship spread from Ejypt to
many other countries, where It took
different forms. The Romans sacri
ficed dogs to Anubls, to the lesser dog
star, 1'rocyon, and to Pun, and tho
Greeks made similar offerings to pro
pitiate Proserpine, Murs, Hecate nnd
other Imaginary beings of whom they
stood lu fear, says National Geographic
Plutarch says: "The circle which
touches and separates the two hemis
pheres, and which on account of this
dlvlslou has received the namo of
horizon, Is called Anubls. it Is rep
resented under the form of a dog be
cause tills animal watches duriug tho
day nnd during the night."
Out of this Idea It seems there arose
two mythical personages Mercury, or
Hermes, and Cerberus, the three-head-ed
dog supposed to guard tho gutes of
But there wero humbugs even In
those days, and they humbugged tho
dog worshippers even as charlatans
often humbug Christians today.. Pet
haps the limit of deception was prac
ticed on a certain nation In Ethiopia,
which Is said to have been bamboozled
Into actually setting up u dog for Its
king. Clad In royal robes and with :t
crown upon bis head, he sat upon Ida
throno and received tie homage of
his subjects. Ho stuntMed his n
proval by barking. He conferred hon
ors upon a person by licking his bund,
and growl mlttht condemn, a -unit
to captivity or death.