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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1913)
TIIK IIRNI) IlUIiLF.TIN, BEND, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2H, 1B1.1.
THE BEND BULLETIN
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor und Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
- nOllEUT V. SAVYKR
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The Bulletin 1ms liecn dcdffnntctl
by the County Court of Crook County
to publish oak-hilly 'l ? proceed
ing' of the court.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 28. 1913.
waking tho dead, what docsT
Sa-B tho Journal under tho cap
tion "Rend Ulattcr Goto day:"
"Tho llcnd Blatter grows face
tious because a small Item in tho
Journal was not played up accord
ing to that paper's notion of hot
air publicity. Wo havo no desire,
whatsoever, to supplant tho Blat
ter man as head of tho Ananias di
vision." Dear, dear!
Wo should bo dreadfully cast down
after such a witty and Intelligent
castlgutlon. But somehow wo nron't,
Perhaps that'B because wo'ro getting
callous since Judgo Springer has been
writing unkind things about us.
Of course wo never roalixod that
the Journal considered tho Prluovillo
railroad news ns untrue. In our In
nocent Iguornnco wo supposed that it
was n real railroad and that Journal
readers would like to know all about
It. Hut we wouldn't for a mtnuto
wish tho Journal to give anything but
a modest local mention to a lie. Per
ish tho thought! And yet, somehow,
wo feel that almost everyone in
Prlnovllle except Editor Orny has
faith In that railroad.
; THE nECALL,
Thorccall In Oregon may bo in
voked against any offlclal after ho
has' been in ofilco six months.
Tho careful and Infrequent use
that hss been mado by tho people of
this new power Illustrates in a great
measure tho respect with which they
regard It and. tho saneness with
which they Intend to exercise it. It
is comparatively easy to start recall
proceedings, and yet extremely few
But the pcoplo should fully ronl-
Ixo their power. Used wisely, tho re
call is their most efficient weapon;
used Injudiciously, It can mako a
travesty of popular democracy in
stead of adding to its dignity.
At all times consideration of their
political privileges Is a wise exorcise
for voters; just now, consideration
of their political powers Is a spec
ially Important function for the vot
ers of Crook county.
It is becoming daily more appar
that through a political accident
Crook county has chosen one of its
principal officers unwisely. Tho
question of recalling him Is now one
that has forged far beyond a mere
matter of personal discussion; it Is
today easily the most generally con
sidered question In the county.
In considering tho recall one
should understand that It Is not In
any way essential that some flagrant
lapse he uneartivod regarding tho
offlclal AagolnBt whom It Is sug
gested. It is not necessary that the
official be discovered to havo acted
crooKeuiy. or 10 navo comraiuea
some definite act which clearly
brands him as unlit for office. Such,
of course, by Itself, would settle tho
matter. Hut In tho broad, common
sense application of the recall power.
It Is simply necessary for tho people
to bo convinced that tho official In
question Is unfit for office through
general characteristics, without con
crete acts of malfeasance In office be
In a nutshell,, then, the question
that Is holding the attention of
Crook county today Is: Shall Judgo
Springer be recalled?
Thus far Mr. Springer perhaps hag
dona nothing specifically wrong, at
least so far as his office is concerned.
The question which the voters may
have to deolde Is as to whether or
not Mr. Springer, Judged by tho
somewhat spectacular performances
of his brief official career, is fit to
hold office for three and a half years
longer. Ills have been chiefly ulna
of omission, not commission. If the
majority of the voters decide that
his demonstrated caliber and ability
ore such to recommend him for an
Important share In the conduct of
the county for more than three vital
years, well nd good. If not, It will
be demonstrated, perhaps, that the
voters of the county have the good
senso to realize that It Is safer and
wiser to place one beyond the possi
bility of doing damage, beforo it is
too late, much as a mildly insane
pqmm is sometimes put in a straight
Jacket before he becomes violent.
BEINCJ ABLE TO SWIM.
Tho following Is reprinted from
Tho Bulletin of April 23:
"Tho solution lies in making
them nblo to caro for themselves on
tho water or In tho water. All chil
dren, girls ns well as boys, should
be taught to swim. Ability to
swim should be tho prerequisite to
any boating or canoeing and al
though much ma) Ikj learned in
the way of proper handling of boat
or 'canoe, tho parent who assures
himself that his child Is at homo
in the water may feel that he is
safe on the water."
Hot roll and bread at the Ameri
can Bakery every nftcntoon at 5
o'clock. Xew store on Wall Mrcct.lOtf
Orchestra nnd Those AkMMIiik Punt
Ixlt Cloml Show nt Bream.
Tho program given by tho local
orchestra nt tho Dronm Thontro Inst
Wednesday evening was entertain
ing and Bovornl hundred porsoiiR on
An interesting feature waH tho
scarf drill by nine Prtsollln girls, who
looked charming In thulr Grecian
costumes. Tholr work won for them
much applause. Those who partici
pated In tho drill woro Mlse Har
rtot Dolsen. Mcda Castle, Martha Hid
nor, Anno, Nolle and Oortrudo Mar
kul, Ethel Holmes, Anglo Young and
Tho vocal solo by Mrs. Ashley For
rest and the cornot nolo by Mr, For
rest wore both enccroil, Mrs. It. J.
Todd's song was nlso received with
much favor. Tho violin playing of
Mrs. B. V. Ward wbb excellent. Ono
of tho bluest hits of thu evening was
tho mandolin nolo played by O. M,
(Juptlll. This selection was com
posed by Chot Springer of Uond, who
Is u member of tho bnnd.
Tho closing number was tho Rend
Park March, tho composition of Wal
ter Dell of Seattle.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of thn Interior, U. 8,
Land Olltco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
April 28th, 1913.
Notlco la horoby given that Wilbur
X. Hunnoll, of Lnldlaw, Oregon, who,
on December 3rd, 1909, mado Homo
stead entry No. 0655-1, for SEVi
SBU, Sec. 32 and SWU NWVS, W
SWVi, Section 33. Township 10
South, Rnugo 12 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notlco of Inten
tion to mako tlnal threo yoar proof,
to establish claim to tho land above
described, before II. C. Ellis, U. 8.
Conu.ilrsloncr, at his offlco at Uond,
Oregon, on the 9th day of Juno, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James It. Bcnham, of Laldlaw, Ore
gon. Fred N. VanMatrc, and Lavcrn
O. need, of Rend, Oregon, and
Lemuel A. Brandenburg, of Des
9-1 3 p C. W. MOORE, Roglstcr.
In tho matter of A. M. Lara & Co,
of Uond, Oregon, sealed bids will bo
recolvod by mo up to 12 o'clock Noon
Of Tuesday, Junu 3, 1013, for a stock
of merchandise and flxturcH locnlod
at ltotul, Oregon, of nn Inventory val
uation ns follows: Shoos, 15089,70;
Men's Wear, IRoatUl: Dry flood,
$3317.2(1; Toys, flR8.ll; Hardware,
1578,01; Groceries, K 15.2(1, making
total morohniidlso 115,021,58, to
gether with Dry (toodn, Shoo and
Grocery fixtures amounting to J 2,
345.59. Torino rash and n deposit
ot ten pur cent of amount offored
must itocompany oaoh hid nnd tho
right Is reserved to rnjoot any mill
nil bids. Inventory may tin soon at
my olllco and properly may bo In
spnotud at Uond.
Dated at Portland, Oregon, May 17,
111 111. It. L, HA1IIN,
Jl-12ch No. 7 First Hlreet.
1 YOUR OPPORTUNITY lies in pur
I chasintf land that, will Increase in,
I value No invostmont on earth Is so safe,
I so sure, so certain to enrich its owner, as un
I developed real estate." Grover Cloveland.
VERSIDE AND LYTLE
ARE BETTER YET
if r- -.
The Miller Lumber Company
Because they ARE developed. Close in and located
to tho best, advantage, being close to tho river
and the railroad.
There is no question as to tho increase in value.
That will coma as tho town grows.
No investment could bo safer, surer, or moro
certain to provo profitable to tho buyer.
Bend Park Company
455 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.
First National Bunk Building, Henri, Oregon.
Descriptive literature on Bend nnd Central Oregon mailed upon request.
TUB RULLETIN REBUKED.
Illullcnl accounts credit Moses
with having drawn water from a
stone. However, The RulleUn has
accomplished an even moro remark
able miracle; it has drawn an answer
from the Crook County Journal I And
if that doesn't come pretty close to;
v I w laaaw'jvl XsJ?B utnalaH
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Keeps heat in the building in whiter.
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