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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1913)
11KND RULLKTIN, BKM, ORE., WKDNK8RAY, AUGUST U7, IBM.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(I'uUlWiMl Kvcry Wednesday)
GttORGR PALMER rUTNAM
Kdltor nnd Publisher.
IT. N HOFFMAN
IlODEIVr V. SAWYER
' Associate Editor.
An indonendont nowspnpor stand-
tag for tho square deal, olonti bust
new, clean politics nnd tho host In
terests of Rend nnd Control Oregon.
Ono year $1.60
lx months. .80
Throo months BO
poison at largo whero It can do hnrui,
Recently many rnnchora have been
Betting poison out to kill gophers and
rabbits, both of which nro BorloitB
detriments and require exturmlnnttvo
methods. Rut, unfortunately, tho
poison lino not ended Its work with
these. According to rnnohors living
o8t of town, there have been other
Buffcrors, among thorn notuo flnu
stock. Presumably, the animals tint
died drank wator from ditches Into
which the poisoned beasts ' fell.
Whatever the direct means of their
death, it is certain tho greatest euro
must bo exorcised In the use of
All subecrlntlona nro duo and .. . ..,.,,i .. , ...
rAYARLK IS ADVANCE. Notices of """" """ '
expiration nre mailed suoscrtoors ami miiwu uj i. minuus
If renewal Is not made within renson
nblo time tho paper will bo discon
Please notify us promptly of any
change of address, or of failure to re
ceive tho paper regularly, utncmiee
we will not bo responsible for copies
Make all checks nnd orders pay
able to Rend Rulletln.
The Rulletln has been designated
byW County Court of Crook County
to publish officially all the proceed
ings of the court.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 19X3.
" JMPEACIIMENT VS. RECALL,
' A favorite argument of enemies of
tho recall Is that In Impeachment a
political body has dll that th recall
affords, and thot it is u more orderly
procedure, ono less likely to bo made
the Instrument of popular and mo
mentary passion and therefore better
suited to tho purpose of getting out
of office those who have shown them
selves unfit. To the attention of all
such we commend the present situ
ation ta tho state of New York.
There last fall the Democratic
party elected Its candidate for gov
ernor on a platform pledging the pas
sage or a direct primary law. In the
legislative session whlcli followed,
this pledge was violated by tho ex
press command of tho boss of Tarn,
many Hall. The governor rebelled,
took the fight to the people and af tr
a state-wide campaign called n spec
ial session of tho assembly to consid
er direct primary legislation. Former
ly a Tammany man, the governor.
WjllIam.'Suker, in his primary fight
broke away from tho organization
and it m turn got out Its knives for
him. War was declared and scandal
after scandal was dragged out to
blacken Sulrer's reputation. He re
taliated with charges against Tam
many and Its leader, Murphy, until
finally that eminent citizen had the
assembly "Investigate" Sulzer and
then Impeach him. For the past
fortnight the state has been torn Into
factions; governmental, .functions
have been practically suspended, and
a legal snarl created that w'lll take
months to straighten out. And all
this because the machinery of gov
ernment is not In the hands of the
representatives of the people.
Murphy put Sulzer in; Murphy Is
putting him out.
With the recall, all this would be
Impossible. With the recall, if a
number of voters thought Sulzer
ought to be put out, they could bring
him to an election. If then a ma
jority thought that he ought to stay
In, he would stay. In either event
Matters would, move in an orderly
and lawful manner. Now in New
York there Is chaos.
No ono, can say that the people
want bulzer out or think him unfit
for 'bis office and after all they, and
not Murphy, are the ones most Interested.
netween' Impeachment, because of
ine.piuHiou ui an inuiviuuai, anu re
call because of the passion- of the
people, we choose the latter.
matter, hot only for animals but fur
people, for It contaminated water can
kill stock, the effects of one poisoned
rabbit In n lateral supplying a family
with water might ho. horrlblo. The
danger should bo realized nnd guard
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
AMONG THOSE PRESENT, ETC.
From ono of our county contem
poraries wo clip the following:
"Mr. ,nnd Mrs. John Almcter, Jr.,
entertained. a largo. party of friends
Friday evening of last week. It was
one of tho most pleasant parties of
the season. Tho list of guests was
jt long ono and wo ask tho reader',;
kind Indulgence for omitting It.
"Address W. M., box 114. chicken
fancier, .male of.. the specie only
ADDS PUNCHING .MACHINE.
A multiple paper punching ma
chine that can be adjusted to make
any number of holes, of any size and
kind desired, at any distance apart,
was added to the equipment of Tho
Rulletln shop last Friday. Ily
means of this machine It will be pos
sible to turn out nny kind of Job
printing that requires punching.
FLORENCE is Rend's nearest soa
port. In course of a short time it
will be connected with Rend directly
by rail. If you wish to know more
about this seaport, wrlto
GEO. MELVIN MILLER.
1-23-1 4p-Adv Florence, Ore.
Slv loaves of freoli bread for 2-Tc,
3 loaves of stale bread for 10c, chick.
en bread 30c it Mick. . American link
cry, Wall Street. New store. Ad Htf
ALWAYS AT THE FRONT.
Wi.have received a copy "of the
urn i numuer oi toe juniura lines,
n four-page paper which starts out
in a very creditable way. The news
paper is always at the front to help
build up a community, for always
among the first enterprises of a bud
ding town is a newspaper. Juntura
is In Malheur county and is the pres
ent terminus of the Oregon Eastern
Railway which is being built west
ward by tbVo.-W. It. & N. Co. and
which will connect with tho com
pany's line here. The Times says:
"Rulldlng operations were started
here this spring, and in spite of tho
fuqt that lumber and oth'or mater
ials bud to be freighted from 30 to
CO miles, we now nave two general
stores, a first class drug store, a
bank which will open for business
September 1, two well equipped pool
nnd billiard parlors, Ice cream par
lor, several ,good restaurants and
eating houses, a doctor, two lawyers,
barber shop and a newspaper."
And so Central Oregon and East
ernOregon grow rapidly as soon as
.-There Is a law against placing
XOTICft OK SALE OK SCHOOL DIS-
Notice Is hereby given that on the
luth day of September. 1913. the
District School Hoard of School Dis
trict No. 12 lu and for Crook county.
state of Oregon, will sell to tho high
est bidder $23,000 of District School
Ronds of said district; said Itonds
shall bo negotiable, coupon bonds of
said illstrlct In tho sum of 123,000,
shall bear Interest at the rato of GH
per cent per annum payable semi-annually,
said bonds shall be redeem
able at tho pleasure of the district,
but due and absolutely payable
twenty (20) years from date there
of; principal and Interest sbnll be
payable in lawful money of the.
United States at tho office of the
treasurer of Crook county, state of
Oregon, or at the fiscal agency of tho
state of Oregon in the city and state
of New York, at the option of tho
purchaser: said bonds. snail not bo
sold for less than par value: said
bonds are Issued pursuant to Section
2. Chapter 172 of the General Laws
of Oregon for 1913. ' ,
All bids must be accompanied by
a certified check in the sum of J600,
payable to said District School Hoard;
all bids -shall be directed to H. J.
Overturf. District Clerk of School
District No. 12. Crook county, Ore
gon. The board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
The assessed valuation of said dis
trict Is J1.094.CS2.00
The amount of outstanding notes,
warrants end bonds of said district
All bidders shall make arrange
ments to secure blank bonds In ac
cordance with provisions of Section
3. Chapter 172. General Laws of
Oregon for 1913.
Ry order of the District School
Hoard. School District No. 12, Crook
County, State of Oregon.
11. J. OVERTURF.
Rom, to Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A, l'uott,
Monday, a non.
M. S. Lnttln wan In M minis yontor
day on business.
11. B. Allan spent Xuuadny ' Nod
luoiul on business.
P. C. Garrison returned jostordny
from n trip to Sisters,
Waldo Shlpunin yf Portland is In
town on btiBlnusa today.
J. K. Taggart returned Inst night
from a short trip to Portland.
A dnttghtur was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cowling this morning.
Mrs, Mcintosh announces hur fall
openlug for September 9 nnd a10.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rodseth li.we
moved from their tout house on Rond
street Into tho building a. tubs the
street from Tho Rulletln office.
"Happy" McKetulo of tho Rend
Steam Laundry returned tho first of
the week from n camping trip of
thrco weeks in the mountains near
Next Monday being Labor Day, n
legal holiday, tho banks nnd tho
postofllce'wlll be doted, the postotftce
observing Sunday hours ut tho gen
eral delivery window,
Charles F. Condart and family nnd
Mrs. E. J. Wilson and daughter Mar.
Jorle, who have been over from
Prlnevllle for several days, at tho
Altamont, returned home today,
Mrs. Mary Rottachcr of Condon,
grand worthy matron of tho Order
or the Eastern Star, was In Rend on
Monday night and Installed tho offi
cers of tho local chapter. After tho
ceremonies refreshments wero had
as Corkctt's. While here Mrs. He!
sacher was entertained by Mrs. Lara.
Stnto Senators Rutlcr of Wasco
county nnd Rurges of Umatilla
county, who were appointed by
President of the Senato Matarkay.
have refused to servo on tho Celllo
Coiuiulmlon. It Is said that the re
fusal Is due to political reasons. Thu
members appointed from tho Houso
arc Forbes of Rend nnd Abbott of
The Presbyterian Sunday school
will hold a picnic on the Wlest lawn
Thursday from 11 to 4, Parents nro
invited to attend wJth tho children.
Hnskot lunched will bit brought by
tho sovornl families nnd n plcnlo din
ner will o enjoyed on tho nvn.
Other refreshments, and' games have
been provided nnd it good tlma 1m
AdtcHlHciucntN Inserted under till
heading nt tho i-n'O of ono cent it
word for each Insertion, IINrouut on
extended Insertion. t'tmrgCN me
iwyablo In advance except for mlvcr
tlers having n regular account with
Tho Rulletln, All paid thertle
incuts ttlll tie puxtcd In Tho Rulletln
ufllco nt the time of receipt.
at Bend Stock Yards, Saturday
Sept. 6, 10:00 A.M.
5 DAIRY COWS
3 CALVES i2 Bulls, 1 Holfor.)
1 U. S. CREAM SEPARATOR.
GEOKC.E II. WENDOIIFF
FOR RENT Three cotnfortnblo
rooms centrally located. Ruttnblo for
family. Running water and electric
lights. Very moderatv,lii(ulro nt
llulletln office. Stf
Irfnt nnd Found.
FOUND Carton of tobacco. Own.
er may have snmo by proving proper
ty nnd paying advertising charges. 4tf
FOUND Sweater and pair of
gloves. Owner may have them by
proving property nt Tho Rulletln nnd
paying fur this advertisement. 2-ttf
LOST- Scoloh Colllo dog uboul 10
months old, female, shows good
breeding. Anyone finding snmo will
recolvu reward, A, A. Gllniorn
.Mllllcan, Oro, 58n
FOR RENT Urgo front room.
Inqulro at Rulletln office. 25U
FOR RENT Furnished cabin &
a. month. W. R. Lesh. lot 11, blk IS,
Center Addition. 12tf
IFOR RENT Newly fenced pus
ture, three-quartern of a mllo cast
from llend. Enquire of Mrs. Har
riet llarneii. 23-25
TO LET-Modorn eight-room house
In Kenwood. Hath and good plumb
ing. Open fireplace. Apply to W.
II. Walsh. Kenwood. 2Sp
FOR RENT Four room house In
Riverside, with water In house. Good
garden In contraction for sale. Miko
Davis, Riverside. 24-2Gp
This is a dlsrase of thft
Liver, Involving the Wood,
Stomach and ltowU.
low and you have dark rintrs
under the even bad breath.
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uioaieu leeiine in tne oiomacn,
and conatlnatcd bowels, with
mucn umuieuca iwinu in mo
bowt.li. von era badlv In need
of llerblno bocauco l'noumonla.
Is tho Right Rcmedr 1
All Liter DUordcrs.
When the complexion Is sal-
tll..l...- 111.., a V.IIam ..
Braall pox, Cholera, Typhoid
Fever and .Chill and Fever
tlnd their victims only among
thote who are in this condi
tion. The liver to tho causa
of all the trouble and llerblno
la a powerful liver restorative.
After uslntr Hcrblne the com
plexion becomes clear and
healthy, tho breath sweet and
there Is a feeling of atreneth
and exhilaration all throuirb.
Price COc per Bottle.
Jsmei F.Ballird,Prop. 8t,Louls,Ma,
Next Tuesday the Bend
school opens and the boys
and girls will need TAB
LETS, PENCILS, PENS, .
INK and other supplies.
At THE OWL parents
will find everything in this
line that is needed except
the books, which the dis
"trict will furnish free in
the grammar grades.
Our stock is fresh and our
supply large. Make your
purchases this week be
fore the rush is on. v
WANTED Cook for family, Ros
eau Howard, Deschutes, Ore. 20tt
WANTED Olrl to do goneral
honscv,urk. Inquire nt Shiiny gro
WANTED To rent typewriter of
standard keyboard, Inqulro at llul
letln office, 24tf
.WANTED Olrl for general house
work. Addrves Mr, O, Lnurganrd,
Lnldlaw, Ore. SOtf
WANTED To rent 3 or furn
ished or partly furnished house. In
qulro at llulletln oftlce. 2Cp
gTr-nnju. mi wwmdw r
FOR BALE Light wagun, $K.
$qo L. A. W. Nixon, 2Hf
FOR HALE Certain of my house
hold goods. Mrs. A. M, Lara. 2ntf
FOR SALE Unlet! clover liny nt
Anderson llros. ranch, I'hono. lOtfl
FOR KALE Cabin near llend Co.
mill. Inqulro nt llulletln ufTlco. lOtf
FOIt SALE Tho Altamont Hotel
building and furniture, nil new nnd
first class. J. A. Eastcs. 4tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE for real
estate One two. Urn Kolly truck,
good' condition. For further Infor
mation call at Deyarnitind'a gar
FOR &LW Good properly on
Wall and Ilond streets, also In Ken
wood. For particulars apply to II.
C. Kills. 17tf
fur HA Lit Heavy work inure,
ftuod for logging-, freighting or fnrpu
or will trade for 2 oowh or youni
stock. It. A. Knotts, Q miles on
IturiiH rond. 2S-2ii
FOR HA 1.12 All kinds of common
lumber nt MoNnuglit ft (.rtv4H,ui
mill, on Iloml-lluniR rond, Also, vTj , .X
cut any kind of orders on short
notice. Write or call on us for
prices. l&tf '
FOIt HALE Alt kind of rough
and dressed lumber, nt Andorsqn j
llros, sawmill halt way between llend
nnd Laldlaw, on old Tuinnlo road,
Reasonable prices, rough lutuhor 1 10 ,
per M, Delivering to llend or Laid- I
law 2 per M. Telephone. lPIf ,
- Arrives' o n. in,
Leaves S: 30 u. in, -
U.-W. It. K X. CO. V
Arrives 7:45 p. in,
Leaves 7:2A n, ui, ,
HTAOE LINE SOUTH.
V Arrives ,..."30 p.,m.
Leaves , 10 r,, ut. t
Cars dally to llurns and points --
south and southeast.
General delivery open dally 10
a. m. to 0:30 p, in. V
(lenernl delivery open Sunday
10:30 a. In. to 11 a. in.
Rnllwny mail clone 7 p. in.
Western Union dally C-12; t-
Western Union Sunday 8-10 and
-. THLHl'IIOXK HOURH,
Pioneer Co. dally 7 a. in. to P p. f
l'lou'ror Co. Sunday 8-12: (-3 .
Stephens Eye Salve Cures 8erl
Patterson Drug Co.
Until Saturday, Sept. 13th, on all
Also some great bargains in LOW SHOES,
HATS, BUCK GLOVES, Etc.
A. L. FRENCH
Bend, - - Oregon
vr 7 i
S ho wi rJN JT)
I ifMink 1 1
Our dipl.iy of the .
new footwear style,
the attention of every tL ,
woman interested in ''y
exclusive models, , '
correct shades and
Wc feature Utz fc .
Dunn Co. footwear
for women, a standard ' ,
I. of execj fence for 30 1
years. 1 nereis rwyic
in this line to it
j.; every taitc, together
I quality that is no
where excelled. .
R. M. Smith- Clothing Co.
While Camping Be Comfortable
Tents, Blankets and Tinware
for your outfit
as well as groceries and food supplies of all
, kinds. See our handy folding
tables and completo
E. A. Sather
A. L. Hunter's