1 i THE BEND BULLETIN An iuilccnlciit newspaper, .UmliiiR tor the square ilral, clcnn lii'iiies clrmi )k)1Iiic, niul the bent interests o( Ilcnil ml Central Oregon. SUIISCRU'TION' KATKS: Oof yrar.............. .....,.. ..hhwii. 11 M hlOnlhtittHIWiHttMtiHHWIIMIMtnMIIHIHMil Thict month . ........... ... .... (Invariably In a.lranre.) . Jt.J . .fro WEDNESDAY. JULY 2d. 15)11 I.MIl2RriM2NT QUIiSTION NO. 3 It is practically certain that the body of Mrs. McGrath is in the Deschutes Itiver. Are the count officials willing to let it remain there indefinitely, or will official action be taken toward its recovery? A COMMBNDABLB PETITION. The petition to the County Court whose text is published elsewhere in this paper is one that should, and undoubtedly wil', receive the hearty upport of voters throughout the count. Now that the Portland Commercial Club and the two inter ested railroads have come to the front with an offer to contribute two thirds of the amount required to install and support two agricul tural experiment stations and a number of co-operative sub-stations, Crook County most assuredly should hhow its interest in the enterprise and willingness to support it. Harney County, which recently has inaugurated this important de velopment feature, is blazing Uie educational trail with splendid generosity. That enterprising, if iso lated"cow count" started the good work with a contribution of $20000. And now Crook County, with two outside interests bearing the brunt of the expense, is called upon to contribute but $3000. The rail- roads are vitally concerned, as are the Portland business interests. The . Oregon Agricultural College has" signified its willingness and desire' to direct the excellent enterprise. ' The Central Oregon Development League has gone on record as being I unqualifiedly in favor of the scheme. Experience whereever it ha3 been J tried has demonstrated the value and entire efficiency of the plan. I And now the best, simplest and . fairest method of raising the neces sary funds is proposed. Let every one put his shoulder to the wheel ' and rush this thing through; for if possible the work should be under, way this season. . MAKINO CHARTERS. "Make haste slowly" is an excel lent motto to apply to the manu facture of city charters. The re sults of uncautious action in charter making and in the methods of con ducting city elections, is strikingly evidenced near home by the un fortunate Linglos that are confront ing both Ilodmond and Madras at this time. At Redmond procedure in the installation of municipal water works is at a halt because at the last minute, when the local pro moters of the commendable under taking thought they were out of the woods, the bonding house which was to have taken the $25000 bond issuo refused to "come through" on account of an irregularity in the election. There a new election, irksome delay and unnecessary ex pense and complications are result ing from ill-advised procedure. At Madras an almost identical condition exists, defect) in the methods of the adoption of the city charter probably having to be mended by a new tJoct.-m, All of whicji makes admirable illustration of tho fact that Rend is acting wisely in taking her proposed charter, to an experienced charter doctor,, to receive his diagnosis and treatment before its presentation to the voters. It may cost a little, but now is the time to produce a charter free from lezal defects, so that later, when bond issues may become desireable, there need be no hitch. August b the month of months for camping and picnic parties. The Deschutes will be "crowded" with vacationists from Bent! to Crane Prairie. And how will the trip makers leave the scene of their play? It certainly is to be lloKd that all will realize the importance of "cleaning house" after them; it is so very easy to burn up the papers and trash anil to buiy or hide away the tin cans, thus leaving pleasant camping places for the next comers or a revisitation of the first campers. Just at pro-sent care less campers and picnickers have left scores of spots along the river looking like miniature Coney Islands, with cracker boxes, plates, tin cans and other unsightly and unnecessary odds and ends strewn broadcast. THE GHOST OF THE PAST. tt Rot Up to Taunt and Haunt tha Poor Human D.rsllet. The small crowil of Krtuir loafr louuKod wwtkljr l't the llttlo circle of tlcbi frutu the tit fully dickering lamp about the door. Two or tlitvf of tlieni Tvcrv li-anlnc against a ntntij colonM poster. alniiHt unrvitd.itilo lu thK'oim. Thtt Jtxir tvutiK uH.'n It wiu iiout but and a tttpixT ttuur lit a rwl Jer sey and 'H-nkt-d iMp of the Sitlrntlori Army appcurvd with a cbsery -jrwt- Ins: "C'omr In. men: comr In. Fine treat tnnlttit: splendid cranmphone; all the latrst from ttw music balls. Come on Id." One hy one they went, t'nmlo none and Sous nun-be rune nasally through the ball Then ttie rbeery tolrv was beard acaltt: "Now for some fraud opera, pintle men.' One llrtnc derelict who had subsided silently after bis arrival from I be pub tic houm- rnud hlniKelf at the words. "Opera trand opera.." be muttered hazily. Tbe familiar whir of the gramo phone began ajraln. and then a role i from tbe aluminium born announced "Sontt from '1 PaKllaccl.' by I'ompey Carlyle. tbe famous tenor of croud opera." Aa tbe name of the slncer wax announced the rat-zed waif miff ened uprlcbt where ho sat. Then as tbe first note ram; out Ids face beld alt the aitony of a lost til Stmlcht to hi feet he liounded; then, with a cry. "Stop It. for heaven sake stop ItT and with crlmy bauds pree-1 orer his face he ntsbed from the bjll. followed by a storm of abuse. "What's the matlerr queried tbe comnilloDor. "Queer Moke." answered another waif, still Rnsplnc from tin attack of jl rouxninc wnirn nna iorn ms irau tody "Sinew outside putis Csed to be In hopora 'lelf. Dooze. done It." "What do ynn call blmT -rompey Carlyle." "Ilearens, It was his own sons he beardr-London Tlt-Blu. TOBACCO CHEFS. Cxpsrts That Msk Ssuess For Fla voring tha Oiffsrant Grinds. "1 am a lolstcco chef." aald the tal low man. "I make tbe aatu-ei that jtlre ua smoking or cnewlns tnhacco as a food chef makex the sauce whlcb elre ns sole colttert or poulet Creole. Take this dark, sweet. Juicy plus of nary brown.' so popular among the more prosperous type of teamsters. Well, tbe flaror of this plus Is due to a sauce made of sucr, licorice, whisky aud honey. "Here la a mild, cool pipe tobacco that collece boy faor Smell It Very arumatlc. eh? Well. It has been ateeped In a sauce compiwil of the essential oils of cltrouellu. bersamot and rassla "But It U when you come to the bleb cmde Ilarnna cigar, the clear that sells fur -10 or r0 cents, that you see the tolwrco chef at hi bet. He doesn't make hi sauces then uf sueh common Ingredients aa siicur. Ikto mot. Ilcorh-e and so forth .No. he makes them of luieterla. The tlaror of tbe hluh grade Harnmi tdhaeco depend, you ee. entirely on their ferments f'ai h tobacco utiilereoei a different fermentation, and here tbe chef comes In. applying the barterlu of year wtih It entire the feroieutn tlonx to the leaf "Yea, tbe tobarro ehef of the highest type, tbe one who ferment Hnratia tobarro. handle tbe faiiou breed of bacteria aa an ordinary cbef handle pepper and salt, mustard and clores and mace."-nuffalu Express. Giving Him Encouragtmtnt. "I am going to ask your fatuer for I your hand" "Ob. Hint will tie lorely." "Vim are glud'f" "lelluliied' I will call and bring you flower .erery day until you are able to m out again. I bare never seeu the luldu of a boapllul'-Uutu too Post. A Loophole Opn. "You're a fraud, sir."' i-rti-d the In Clgnant patient, "You guaranteed your medicine to euro after every thing else failed, and" "Well, my dear sir," replied the fake medicine man, "probably you bttvent tried everything else." i'bllndelpbia I'rvaa. Qot One Orcfsr. First Book Agent Old you receive an order at thai house I Just saw you rotue out of? Kecond Book Agent Yea, I was told to "etc" flostou Tran script. (lood breeding la a letter Jf credit all ot i world. GOOD VENTILATION. tt Pot an Actual Cash Valut In tht Workshop. That proitor mitllittlon In fnrturlr h.i nit ni'iiiiii inii iiim itit-t lict'ii wi'll tlliiMirntiMl in tlii1 i'ioo of ti II nil of I mIiIii iiihI Miliar tniitiiirni'tuierx In Iter lln Unt . wln'rc tho (iilliivvlnu ri'Kiiitu J tut o Ihvii olitiilmtt from four nirt' uth'iitlmi to the iiiuterl.il welfnru of the worker The amount of tiii-Oni' inntle was lolltiliit, xviiki-h Ini reiled M per rent, liy cnttttii: out 'Vtiniliment Help" the Utlltlher tif employees win rvdueed 'JO per eviil. tlie iHxeiuv on miotint of rtloUteiH wore itilimsl one third To the firm ttiN uieiini that l.ht etupioiv did 1HI per rent more work In one year than nn mvomplHhed hy Ki employ eei In a Kluiliar period four jistrs pre vious To lOe worker It meitiit that 430 of tbetn earned m iuele imiutht S-.n.imh) more thin ..-J did ditrluu a prexlou I welt e nuintlit tr ti K A WIikIow of the Mnssn vhutetts ItKtltute of TeehnoloK.v mmle I a study ot the amount of II I no pre rallltiK amoui; the female operator lu the telephone cvnlriil ul Cumlirldire. Mass, tieron- iitid n tier the Imtitlliitlon of a xyniein of artltlrlai ventllHtlou The tlKiirex uliinlmit by him lmw thutS during the inn tYtnterx privedlnit the chance, wtit'ti dor and windows had to lie kept elod. on the nxernire about one clrl In twenty wit iilweni dally Invnuse of lllne-w liiirttii: the ttirrt , nrKindltiK uionilKof the loitowlnu year, it ben the renillatloit hud tx-eu matr i rlalljr Ituprmt-d only one :lrl lu dftr was absent fnim duty viii-b day.-Ht I Louis I 'on l ti,Hitrti. Oxddard Msnch t.snds. Locatetl in fnxik and Ijtke coun i ties. Ranging from $1.50 to $8.00 kt acre. Kasy terms. Huy now and get the benefit of raise in these ' lands. See Kay McKay. IG-tf Chicken Ranches. Eight hundred chickens free with 8 acres; 500 chickens free with 5 acres. Rhode Island Reds or Ilrown i Leghorns. Tracts 1 3-t miles from I center of Rend. Hastes & Roan J Realty Co. 20tf I Library Notice. I During the month of August the Rend Library will not bo open on Wednesday and Saturda aftrr-' nmms. This nctlun Is taken by! direction of the Club. ' HEAR THE LATEST ivNOTT. I'l.AYKIl PIANO iVtiKHittiutlon I'ulU. l: M. IIKIMI'MIN I lend, lre;on Sawmill Owners Attention! Wantkh Hy first class bawyer and mill wright, a steady job. For further particulars call or write The Hulletin office. 18-21p 160 Acre Ranch 1601 On main canal, 1 10 acres irri gable, 1 M milea of fencing. Best 'of will, 25 acros cleared, good hoube. Owner Iwing non-rosidtmt, will sell this ranch very cheap. Small cash payment down, balance on long time. For further infor mation Mrc II. 1). True, at Kay Mc- ' Kay's office. 19-20 IJUIl.m.MI PLANS. J. V. Dimick is prepared to do all kinds of high grade architectural I work, mtike plans, blue printtt, etc., I for businesti Iioumm and rod idonco. tf CLASSIFIED COLUA1N K ATI'S I'lvi- cent a line lor first in Minion in lhi column, (our rents a line lor ech suliM-iieiil insertion. Count mx vtonU tn h line. found Takkn Ul Ilald-facud black cow, with boll on. Hrandud J II. Owner can get same by inquiring of The Hulletin. 18tf Lost Lost Gold chain and ring with three tets, on July Uth. Finder please return to Mrs. C. M. Red field. 18-tf Lost Huckskin horbe, quarter circle X on left hip, and bay mare, with hut brand on left stifle and ; lazy L on left jaw. Keward of $10 for recovery. Notify Jim .Smith, ! Bend. 16-20p IO.st Two work horses, one buckskin, ring brand on juw bone, slightly Hway backed. One cheat nut mare. "Y" brand on right Btille, Htiir on forehead. Lost two months ago. Finder notify Auno'n Livery Stable, Bend. Ten dollars reward for information that will lead to return. 18-21p Wanted Wantko Trees to pull. Have first class outfit. Sec Llddell on the Wilson ranch, Powell Butte. Address. I'rinevillc, Ore, H(f For Kent, Foil Kknt Five room house with I burn, in Lytle. See F. II. May, 12tf Wiestoria Addition IN THE HEART OF BEND Only two mu! n half BLOCKS from the DEPOT site. City Water assured and OTHER Improvements to follow SOON. We are SELLING PULL SIZED LOIS on sixty-foot Streets, with twenty-foot Alleys, at $150. $150. $150. Our Terms Defy Competition $10. PER MONTH $10. This Property Is Selling FAST. Better come In to day and make your selection as the first buyers ALWAYS make the most money, by KttlnK the CHOICEST selections. Call on or write our RESIDENT manager, H. D. TRUE, Bend, Oregon We also have the choicest list of Improved and Un improved Ranches, and Timber Claims, also Relinquishments. The NewlonKoller Co. inc. 221 UNION ST Fon Kknt Four room bungalow, new and neatly finished. Address E. P. Brostcrhous. Bend. 10-tf For Sale. Bread Cc at The Palm. 17-tf Pins For Salk A few pure breed I) u rocs also Hampshircs of both sexes Lee Davenport, Powell Butto, Ore gon. ICtf For Sale Farm lands and city property in the Judith Basin, Mon tana, or will trade for land around Bond. A. L. Herring, Benchland, Mont. 17-20p For Salk Family hack, canopy top, just right for fnmlly use. Will hell or trade for good saddle horse, or Htnck of any description. See C. M. Davis. 18tf Don't Fought that Millard Trip lett Iihh a complete stock of furni ture and that his prices tire right. For Salk. ('heap, twwt com plete 20,000 caixicity sawmill in ('rook county. Machinery all new. IteuMon for Milling, timber all cut nut. Write or enquire lit Bulletin office. 7-tf For Salk Or Tradk Firstclusa No. :i Faultletw Stump Puller, with ciiblu. for wile or trade for stock, Daniel Llddell, Wilson Hunch, Powell Butt0, Ore. Addros Prjne ville. Ore. lltf Miscellaneous, Busy, Busy, Busy that' Innes & Davidson because they give the best of barber service. GKT Your Lumiikr from tho Pine Forest Lumber Co. House lath and irrigation lath a uiieciulty. tf Ik You want n snap In farm or c!ty"proKrty, see the Oregon In vestment Company. They hnvu what you are looking for. 18tf Four to fifty miles tur hour. "On the High," can be made with an "Oakland." F. F. Smith. Agt. Otf Do You Nkki) any furniture? If you do, you can save money by see ing Millard Triplett. If you contcmplato tho purchase of an automobile, investigate the "Oakland" line. F. F. Smith, local Agent, 0-tf Good Work by exporu Is done at Innes & Davidson's barber shop, The "Oakland" Automobiles uro made In seven different styles of bodies. 80 and 40 horse power. Quick deliveries. F. F. S'mlth, Agent. 0-tf li REE T, SEAT T I- E, A Complete Line IIihU, Mattress utid Spring ItltUIT I'KU l-S K. M. THOMPSON, Hend, Oro. NOTICK FOB IM'HLICATION lxp.tlm.n i- Thr tnlrtluf V S tju'l onVtTbf iMllct O'rfon. I luljr lIS uii , Nikr Ithcr.tir lm that Tkfffx II lunr. .oinii.if r.Ht nd piti.i(ii Nu s4 io putrhaw thr uK ""H f"' towmhlp i thr llmhf Ihriron uwlrt tti imnUMiai uf lha will, T.nir m ,a.i. MiiiaMi.iir i,uaH anti aftotjunri 11)1, anil u mtlHLturjr knuu aa tbr "TlmWr an't Ktuwc Lsw, at auch raluv aa nilhl tirAirilh)r appialwuiriit aiiit that IHif .uant lu auch atmlkalluii. thr Im1 and inn lr Ihtmin har laii apfal.l at fuv-iatlhr tlmlarrr.llmatrit itSiuilMiit ( ! (mil ,l)l anUlhr laiilnjio lhal atil applkaiit will ilTr rlnal (irciorin auinl uf ti la )it1r1 kn amt .worn tiairinrntiMi Ihr viea) ut ftrutlr i)U l-futr II . I'llis I h Cuiiiiiiluioiifi at hit n(h-r al llcn.l, ornon Any Kruill lal UI liil'lral Ihla mr ilnaclof Ir rnlf)r of lull al a luiilr.l al any time i.f'-rc ealriii U.ura l.yfil iig at iiilHalr. atfutaiii in Ihi.olAir llclli l.ui xlikll wu.il. I It r- al Iht nil I u, CUM UIHI HriiUli-r Agents for RIVERS Lots lit Small Prices and Easy PiiymuitLs. Business Property Warehouse I'mperty All kinds of Fui'in l'ropeity Homestead Locutions Fire Insurance. Eastes (2b Beai Realty Co. Oregon Street HKNI), OHEOON. AND LYTLE ADDITIONS WASHING T O N. Notice. Bend, Ore, July 7. mil To Whom it May Concern I hereby aaslgn all my right, title and Interest in any and all mvounts and credits due to the firm of Tur pin & WhltJH'tt, to II. L. Whltaeti Signed. . K. TtUtl'IN. Wltnm: W. II, Coble. !K-21p Or. Iturrlstlack In lirtj Dr. A. A. Hurrla has returned to Bend and can lc found at his ntllce In the Hotuling Httilillng 20-21 NOTICK TO CBFDITOHS. In jar Cunnlr LuuM uTlht Malaot lit. fu, Cicaik CbuhIv Is Ihr uialirf uf thr Milch, II itrrraw.! I'.Malf uf Jtnir. A 'Thrundri.linr.t hattMf rtn iiilnl l.r Ihr Cixinlir Iimhi ,rf ihr Mala nf ii,(.mi f..r LluukCuuiillr. Ailruliil.Kaluf wflhr H.l.lr ol Janirt A Mitch.ll ilrr..r.l mrtkr I. hrifliy flirHlitlhr rirOlliHiufMiil H.l.lr u.t all ix- wnt hatiH( italmt i(.ih. .akl iliarawl ,i .ir arm Ihrm ilulr tiiSr aa rulit. l. taw lllilii.lt HiMHlht Iium Ihr rfalror lln, nMir llhr uiulrl.liHnl al Ihr utStr rf . n llriikiii t'll.l Nali4inal IMnh HmkliHs llrikl oirii.iii I'tlr.l Jul, ,ylH 1,1. JOHN I Ul -.T 'iKUHIrDaluf 14 Ihr I tlair ' Jamr. A Mluhtll ilr.ratrl FARM AND MILL Machinery Supplies of All Kinds. " aBlii'iVMaskssMas.wsiaaTasaMSasBaaiiBaBaBM Call and see our Subsoil Packers Alfalfa Cultivators Potato Planters Our Prices aro Right. Bend Milling (2b Warehouse Company C. I. Bozell, Mgr. .v rtd J.- WM"