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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IJBNI). OlttXJON. WKDNKWAY. NOVKMHKK 20, 1012.
WEEK IS OFFER
RAILROAD AND HOTEL
Homo 3 It 1 or Woiiinn Will Win fill
iii New Vrm'i. (life While Many
Ciin I hue I'loe Hound Trip
Itullrotnl Tlrkrln There.
What proinlnuii In bo the most mil
Him hihI popular content ever nttumpt
imI In Oil section of Oregon tin been
started by Thu lliillotln. Tho Klrl or
woman wlin get the largest number
of now yenrly ubcrlptloii to Tim
llullelln between now and January 1
will rvcxlvti a a Now Your' present
n free trip ' Portland, wimro iliu
may stay a week, with nil liur hotel
.pHwt paid by Tho llulletlii- Ami
In order that th lotorest In tho run
iml ihmjt be vtm worn gmierl every
outitoataHl who Hel 19 or mom Mow
yearly patd-ln-attrnw subscriber
will n presented with m fre round
trl tkkt t I'wtlattd.
The winner of the grand prise will
Bty Ml tlH lltllel WWMlt, on of
lort)al neat and moat modern ho
tels. wHMi I delightfully situated
hhiI Iww proved particularly popular
with Bead people. The management
of the hotel ke agreed to Klvo the
lucky Klrl or woman the m front
ph. mi. with bath, the hotel has, mnl
will make special effort in make the
"free wk" dollghlful In every way.
Thn hotel has hm rllfnt dlHlng
room and the MIU there. for the
room, will N paid lijr Thu UiiIMIh.
Tho contest U open to ny Klrl or
woman In Crook county. There are
no condition or "airing"- simply
llm olio whi kIn Ike wont HOW Mlb
ecrlhora gels llm prlre, ml everyone
who secures SO or wore new yearly
subserlbeis get tho frvo round trip
All now subserlptlun will ho dated
from January I. ll. w lliat auW
Msrllior who hulp tho eontotunta
will roeolvo TIk Ihillotln for an oxtrn
month or moro, at thu romilar nnnual
rato of 1 1. 0. tfulHHjrlktira may llvo
Hiiywhoro. A two.oar nw ulmrlp
linn will ho wniHtt'il 'ii tho runtott n
two aiilMMTljillon. It la oxpotoil
that In addition to KottliiK thulr
frlomU horoalKKil to uimrllii many
of tho eoHtoManla will l.o aldo U wr
aurp aiilMMirlpilona fruni folk tik
Kt. and from hmiiI who ar litlsr
natpil In Ontral Oromm. a wll aa
HtittliiK klr frimOa hw to h lh
lWHr Hnpl liwhoro, thro
all holplOK to aIVMlle Hnd and lk
Tho trlua of th wlMHr w" w
Inknn nt any llmo In January, livury.
ono who la Intvrfatoil la ndvltod to
cull nt Tho llullotln ctco nt ouw d
"Kot Imay." It la hollovod that half
n doion womrn nnd Klrla who mm
wlllInK to Kt out and liuatlo n little
can koI tho froo round trip tlckcia,
whllo aomoono la coraln of tho bin
prlio. Now aiilicrlliera inny have
tholr aul-acrlptlona i-rodltod to any
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Ono need nut huvo n lnrk'o no
count with this bank in order to
enjoy tho prlvileirca it confers.
Dclievinir thnt bnnkinir co-oper
ntlon tends to develop tho re
sources of tho small depositor, it
is tho policy of this bank to rIvo
appreciative attention to all who
bring their business here regard
less of tho slzo of their transact
ions. ...Your account is Invited.
11. l'BURHLL, President V, 0. MINOR, Secretary
It. M. LAA, Chler
. DirKCTors; (
D, PBRRBIyU P. O. MINOR, B. M. LARA,
riiiitosiHtit tlii-y wish. AppltPHiilH '
will bo rurnlRliuil wlili receipt books'
hwro, hmihpIo roples, till'. On Wed-iii-itiliiv,
.futiiat - ! tin) naiiM'n of the,
wlmifiH will be published. Tli con
ical cloaca tit noon on January I. ;
"PATRONIZE HOME MAIDS IN
OREGON" WMIE SLOGAN
llnclii'lor litoiliiM In Hmirli of llrlilr
KlkoHlicto, Conlrnry 10 AUK''. Suld
lo Unto Aloui.nl (Villi lm.
I.nat wook aiiottior llond Imeliulor
hlcil hlmaolf oaatwnrd Hiid, report
hua II, will rotiirn oro Ioiik no lonitur
ii hachiilor.AUo, It la rumorod, two
moro Inoiillloa hitherto unrollod In tho
niuka of (ho aliiKly hlxRNod nro aoou
lo iiiku unto thoniaolvoa holtnr hnlvoa.
And diirliiK tho Inst fow moutlia n
iinuilfiil of othor Hand m)n linvo ilono
llki-wlf, mi unlvumnl Is liccunilnic tho
Tlw. imliii Ih mil f tint Hun C'llldd la
.. ii i.. .i.i.. ...,....iii I
iiiMirimniiK i" wvii in iiiia uiiriiiT.
rllimito mm that co many of tho Houri
or nro koIiik oUowhoro for tholr
lirldoa, totally mid iKtiohly iKiiorliiK
that prlmo trnilo hiIko, without
Mhlch no community cnu do liulll up
--"imtrnlilio homo tiidiiMtrlta"
And tlu-iHfiirii It l that n roport
tin limkoil out from tho Inner imcrot
olrclw of llond'N iixt'lualvn Imcholor
atlrltt' rluli lo thn offrpt that roowtly
that orKanUHilon olllrlnlly p
roaolutlona niornly and iorrhlnKly
eondoninliiK Uih more inmi for tholr
conduct In till Krav maltor. How
vr thnt may Imj. with tho ".Mado In
OtiiMon" movemotil at H holKht.
tbro Room riwii lo Imllttvw lliat
Nhorllr thHro will W Mildail a nw di
mmm. pmMnlK thlti and thH one mn.
tlonwl aimvo, namelr, "I'atronlw
IIiimih Maid In Orowin."
DEATH OF JOSHUft BURROWES
I'liiioml (iiuiluiloil hy Xiikiuilr ImIp
.IChliua llurrowi i.lod at hi rnnch
hfliito twti mlloa ot of llond I'rlilny
ovnnlUK at & 30 o'clock.
Ho wa alMHH OS your old nd I
atirvlvtMl ly hi wife. About four
yonra ako hn ennio hero from North
Tho funornl orourwl 8umlay aftor'
noon, tho ilocnoil bolntt burled with
full MuMiule houora, ho liavluc ltou
promltmnt 'n tho local Iodise of Mn
run. Dr. (lorby wa tno orilolatlnK
clorKyman. Over a yoar ko Mr
llurrnwo cmniracted KuiiKrotio In n
too, whbJli waa nmputUl. I.ator It
wm ncary to nmputato tho entire
ItANl'WlKT WHI.I. fOMMHNHKH.
(I. A. Charmaek. formerly chair
man of tho loel'ire couro eoMHilttoe
oi the Y. M. O. A. uf VimwMVer. II.
('., haa tbla to aay of CurM Ullliurt
llnueroft. who U to appaar here Nov.
ti under the nuaplce of the Ladle'.
I.lbmry' Club: "All the Ucturo nre
eloijuout, liutructlvo and entertnln
Iiik. but Ur. Hanoroffa lecture on
'Hoodoo' la oapcclally flue. W'hou
eiiKated In Y. M. C. A. work I have
paid 1260 for Iccturea of Ibe nmo
claa. Thco lecture havo bpen n
dollKht to all who hove heard them."
ltt(i)-ilnlc Applliuiroft nnd A (tine
liu- Apponrtiico I'Iikp Kliop In llm
I'roul Itnuk of Orrjton'
On Saturday O'Donimll Ilron. open
ed tholr now mout market In tholr
jut-coinplold (imrtr In the O'Dou
noil LulldliiR. Thfk olllclnl oponltiK
wn a ronl occnalon for llend, not only
hrcaiiKo It mnrked tho Inauguration
of what I undoubtedly a finely
oiiilppud n modern market a oxlata
In the Mlnto. but nlao becaure It smirk-
imI tho eemtiletlon of another fine
brick bulldliiK In llend. Iloth bulld
Iiik aad mnrket would hold their own!
In Portland or any othor metropoli
tan elty which how that llond J .
"eomliiK Mimo." I
The ImiIIo of (ho Catholic ekurrti
took a part In the markol openlnK.
holdlaK a food aalo throiiKhout the
day. To add to tin- attractlvone of j
tho utore Mr. ()'Ioniiell had big,
bunehtM of carnation which werW
prifU'litml to tho llrat-day cuatoment'
and vlaltora of the fair x.
The ator ha largo plate rIam win
ilow. marble topiwui couutera, a dl
ilay abow eae chllleil with piped
l.rlnv. In which la dlapUytNl ehoko
moat producta. Ono of the foaturoa
la the ayntem of track for meat, upon
which It ran bo run nut Into tho More
room to and from the refrigerator
room upon a miniature railroad that
ha awiichea and a track ealo with
which tho moat may be weighed
while upon the track.
A clover mechanical ham and ba
eon allcliiR machine I another device.
In fhn kliim. whlln nnothttr la tho 1st-
ot thltiK In acatca where an electric!
IlKht ahow a when the meal 1 belOE
The blR rofrlKerator room 1 cooled
by the brine ytem. nnd tho temper
ature there la kept at 2 doisree.
Agricultural YleliN In All Dlrrctloni
Tho government crop rebrt for
October aurpue all expectation.
Tho corn erop yield, nceordliiK to
preeHt eetlmatne, will be over tnree
..llll.ii huibol the larKekt crop In
!... .. Ih 1 Ii 1 A 2..l.tl
liur liiiurjr 'i;oiv it. tfv. u i
whent ahowa vlmllar improement
and the total wheat crop for the year
now promUe to reach 720,000.000
IjiuhoU, or about 100,000,000 In ex
cel of lait year's crop. The crop of
oat will break nil record. In view
of the aetback In the spring, the
wheat yield hn been wonderful. The
pnt month' gain for all thece crop
will plnce the builnei upon a still
We nmke n specialty of dealing in every arti
cle in the hardware line that is needed in the
construction of a house, whether it be a big
or a little one. Contractors who figure close
on a job should get our prices before submit
ting his bid they are the lowest for the
quality qf goods we handle.
Also Full Line cf Builders' Supplies,
Sash, Doors, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc.
FIRST AT POLLS
MENT APPLIES HERE
City ItliTtlon on llpcrmbpr Third Will
lb- I'lmt In Ori-Kon nt Wlildi Wom
en May Vote Will They
Turn Out? I Quntloii.
Women may vote In the looal city
election on December 3. To llend
women will fall tho distinction of
flrt uxorclilng In Oregon the rlghta
of their recently acquired uf?rago,
fur tho election here will be the first
In the state under the provision of
the now law.
llend, then, will have a hand In
Oregon history on the 3d, and the ex
ample K)t by llond women will bo
wnlchinl closely by their sisters suf
fragists and iitls throughout Ore
gon, and eapaelally a regards the In
terest they take In their ballet-easting
right and duty.
Official eoHflrmatkin of the fact
that llend women w:il have the vote
here Is pontalenl In tho following let
ter, received by Mayor Putnam from
Attorney Uvneril A. M. Crawford:
Replying to your of the IZlh In
stant, asking whether women of
your elty hare the right to vote at
your city election which occur on
Hecoinber 3d, and also asking for
the prnciHlure relative to the final
granting of suffrage to women of
the state, 1 lmg to aa". that accord
ing to the decision of Judge Hean
or he Keileral Court, about a year
ago, un Initiative meisiiro take ef
fect and Is In full iurco and effect
from the moment the polls are
closed on election day. The proc
lamation if tin 'tovo.rr Is simply
the means of prv, n g tho evi
dence that tin mean i re parsed.
Therefore, wonie.i tr.j Jut os ,
much right to vote a men In any
city, State or rui.ty oledlon, and
hnvo had ituii right i'i.co tho Sth
day of November.
The method of procedure for
women to vote Is exactly the mode
of procedure for men to vote.
May Kcne on Jury.
I'nder the amendmont n woman
will be able to serve on a jury, and
will be eligible for any state, county
or city office. Hereafter It will prob
ably be necersary xor a woman, as
well a her husband, to take out nat
uralisation papers before voting. If
she be a naturalized foreigner. The
only requirements are those govern
ing male voters, nainelv, that she has
beon n resident of tho strte six
month and In the district thirty
Regarding the several "ages" of
the newly enfranchised woman, the
following data I applicable:
At the age of 18 years woman Is
able, legally, to draw up her will, or
marry of her own free choice; at the
ago of IS she may marry with her
parent' iirnillon, and af'T thvt.
If married, ho I exsmiit from anv
i mliHlcniotnor nndar mn Jnvn:l act.
Now, with tho riisht lo vot", aho In
not lRlly of a a to mark a ballot I
until h ha pMd 21 aiimmor.
OWL PHARMACY OPENS
Wore In f-ooileil In Hrt
lonnl Hank Iliilldlnt;.
The Owl Pharmacy, which w
burned out In the fire of July 3, was
reopened yesterday by Ralph I'oln
aexter, tho proprle'or. The phar
macy Is located In the new First Nat
ional Hank building, with ontranco
on llond street. Everything Is new,
and tho store Is one of the best pill
shops to be found In this part of the
state. W. U Wing will assist Mr.
I'olndcxtcr In the store.
Item! llentM Haa Exceptionally Vine
Modern Oilier Kulprncnt.
l.ast week more "moves" have
been' been made by local men, this
time especially In the ranks of the
profeslonal men. Dr. F. II. Thomp
son, the physician, has moved into an
ofllce In the Sat her building. Dra. II.
I'errell and W. W. Faulkner have oc
cupied their Joint offices In the O'Don-
nell building, whero Dr. Faulknor has
the finest dentist's equipment In Cen
tral Oregon, his quarters being fitted
with modern appliances. Among
there are Included an electric engine
and lathe anil a fountain cuspidor.
Other "moves" are due soon. Dr.
Coe will get Into his new office In the
new First National Hank building
noon, Into which the forestry office.
Forbes, l.attln and tha llend Park Co.
hare already moved.
County Koclctlri to Meet In I'rlnc
vllle Next .Mouth.
PRINBVIU.K, Nov. 18. The
Christian Rndeavor societies of the
county are planning to have a rous
ing county convention here Decem
ber It and IS. Prlnevlllo wishes an
opportunity to show her hospttalty
iion this occasion and urges every
society to soud aa many delegates as
It Is cxpectodjlhat StaUJ&esJdont
llakor, District JVetinWtfffftSpr:
gue and H. H.Tlb1lliJiinThe,1nowiy ap
pointed field secretary of tho North
west United States and Western Can
ada, will bo nt the convention.
I.KCTflli: IS KIIIST CiaSS.
The Ladles' Library Club has se
cured Dr. (Jeorge Gilbert llancroft for I
a lecture on Friday evening, Nov. 29,
at 8:S0 at the Methodist church. The
ladles feel very fortunate In being
able to offor the people of llond and
vletnlty an attraction of such merit.
Dr. tlaneroft Is a high priced man and
the ladles are very anxious to at Uast
sell 15 tickets to matte expense
They guarantee the public a lecture
aa good aa can be heard In any city,
tiVS CLfll MKKTIXG.
The organlxatlon of a gun club at
Ueud has been receiving the atten
Ion or some of the local sportsmen
recently and there appears to be en
thusiasm sufficient to warrant the
formation of such. A meeting to
which all persons Interested are in
vited haa been called to be held at
the Skuse hnrdwnre store tomorrow
(Thursday) evening at S o'clock.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. OOt. Pr.iU.nl E A 8ATHCR, Vie Prldnt
O. 8. HUDSON. Oathltr
Capital full paid ... 35.00O
Stockholder.' liability . . (26.000
Surplui .... . SO. COO
Our beautiful new Ibuilvliis home I nearly complet
ed. When we move we ohall be better prepared In every
way to handle your busliux, uud render you mure satis
In the meantime come and see us in the old location.
We have occupied this building since March "Oth,
1000, the day we opened for businexs. Wo then had IT'J
accounts nnd 918,000 deposits. During . this three years
nnd n luilf we have increased the number of account to
nearly 1100, and our deposits to nearly $2A0,000.
It has been our privilege to aasist lu nearly every
nioveiiieut Inaugurated for the betterment and upbuild
ln of llend and tributary territory.
We hope in the future to be able to do still more for
the town and country from wtUch we derive our buainecu.
Ileal service to a community gain lueUug prestige.
1ft FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COR 8. A. SATHKR C. S. HUDSON
O. M. PATTERSON H. C. KU40
HIS Lumberman Hni Defeat of Hln-
Kl Tax Will lie ut Local Ilencflt
Warm Aunlnit ISxeee m I v c
Iind Value In OrrRon.
"Will the country in general, and
Central Oregon In particular, pros
per during the next few years? la
the outlook promising? Will a Dem
ocratic administration affect pros
perity?" These, in effect, arc the quest'ons
The llullotln haa asked a number of
leading tnen throughout the country,
who are Interested here In ono way or
The fbPowing h the reply of A. It.
Rogers of Minneapolis. Mr. Rogers
is the head of the Rogers Lumber Co.,
which own scores of lumber yards
throughout the United States and
Canada, nnd whleh control enormous
pine timber holdings near llond. Few
men In the country are bettor quali
fied to pas Judgment upon the trend
of national best new and prosperity.
I am very happy to comply with
your wishes as oxproaeed In your let
ter of the 7th and give my views as
to what this election may mean to
the business men of the country.
In the first place, I do not believe
that simply because tho country has
seen fit to honor Governor Wilson
with election to tho post of President
of the United State, it tn any way In-
1 dlcates that we are headed toward
1 hard times Just becauso of a Demo
"' f bellero that Governor Wilson i
one of the big men of tho time and
that he will appreciate tho responsi
bility of his position and undertake
nothing which In his Judgment and
In the Judgment of his advisers will
lie to the disadvantage of the country
a whole. I believe also that they
will handle the tariff question with
eare so that it will not disturb the
business Interests, and that their
handling of other questions wilt lie
sound and sane.
The faet of Governor Wilson's be
ing elected by such an overwhelming
vote is evidence that the people have
confidence In his administration. The
, country at the present time Is In an
i exceeding: prosperous condition.
j Bountiful crops, plenty ct work and
I factories running full force Insures
for another twelve month a contln-
uatlon of this prosperity, barring
some political upheaval. Should
Providence favor ua with continued
gocd crops for a period of years, I
can ee nothing to Interfere with,
continued prosperity under Demo
cratic or Republican administration.
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