PAOR 4. KKND HUIXKT1N, BRND, ORE., WKDNKHDAY, HKITKMHKn A, IBia, THE BEND BULLETIN (I'utillslittl Kvcrjf Wednesday) QEORQB PALMER PUTNAM Editor nnd Publisher. U.'N. HOFFMAN Managing Editor. ROUERT W. SAWYER Associate Editor. An Independent nowspapor stand tag for tho square doal, clean busi ness, clean politics nnd tho best In terests of Uond and Central Oregon. aged to tho oxtunt of 1150,000. but no Uvea wcro lost. uno year $1.50 tilx months. SO Thrco months .GO All subscriptions nro duo and PAYAULB IN ADVANCE. Notices of expiration nro mailed subscribers nnd if renewal Is not lnado within reason able tlmo tho paper will bo discon tinued. Pleaso notify us promptly of any chango of address, or of failure to ro celvo tho paper regularly. Otherwise we will not bo responsible for copies missed. Make all checks nnd orders pay able to Rend Uulletln. The Uulletln has been designated by tho County Court of Grqok County to publish oltlclally all tho proceed ings of tho court. Tho promptness with which some, country (tapers aro Issued Is remark nblo. For Instance, for the past two weeks one of tho county papers dated Thursday hna been recolvod on tho following Thursday. Painfully Mixtcl. A very fashionable young man stop ped in n llorNt's one hot summer day to unlor n Iwc of flowers sent to hi lady love. At the name time hu alio purchased n design for tho funeral of u friend. On tho card for tho box ho wrote: "Hoping this may help you to bear the heat." The other card boro the one word, "Sympathy." Very soon the girl telephoned: "Tliniik you so much for tho dowers. But why did you write 'Sympathy' on tho cnnir'-N'ntlonnl Monthly. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1913 MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP. Somo weeks ago we commented on tho "canned news" being aont out by various press bureaus of vrhlch wo had Just received a largo amount. Part of It was from an organltatlon which Is doing what It can to dis credit municipal ownership by dis tributing news articled describing its failures hero and thorc. and accom panying these, editorial comment on tho lesson of tho failure. Wo have noticed with regret that many of our editorial friends haro swallowed this bait of free copy and used the editor, ial matter as their own. Possibly their ideas wero expressed but we doubt IL Wo novo no argument to make an either sldo of this question believing that each case rests on Its own merits and that in any particular Instance it Is largely a question of tho rates and service of the private company which the municipality supplants. The Orogon Journal puts the esse in a nut-shall as fallows: "Municipal ownership can he headed off by square nnd fair dealing with tho people and that means adequato serviea and reasonable rates." Writing Popular Song. Only those who have tried It and failed know the disappointments of tho song writer striving to Induce a pub lisher to look at his work. For those who would try here Is a tip from one who has made good: "If your song is to make a hit the nlr must be lwrtl to rraiember, though catchy nnd pleasing. If It can be whistled by nny one who hears It once or twice It will not sell, ami the publisher will reject It," New York Sun. Wondtrful. Critic Tho heroine of your story, old mnn. Is simply wonderful. Author (de- llghtedly-You think soT Critic-Yea. You say on page ten tbnt Bhc hissed "You aro a liar!" and any woman who can hiss such n sentence as that cau't help being wonderful. Boston Tran script. Cold Comfort. "Oh. papa. Mr. Spoouer proposed last night." "Are you snre- ho loves you?" "He said he'd die for me. papa." "Well, you'll both dlo if you try to live on the salary he's getting." Dos- ton Transcript. Postmaster General Burleson Is certainly gaining a reputation for do ing things. Uy bis order, 20-pound parcel post packages became mail able August 15, and there was a re duction In the rates. His latest order is that by which on September 1C pre-cancelcd stamps will come Into use. These have printed on them the name of tho postofllce before the are sold, and will lie valid on all but first class matter. They will bo recognized only at tho office named on them. He estimates that the gov ernment will be saved S260.000 a year In labor, besides expediting the transportation and delivery of mail, If this experiment proves as bene ficial as others, the public will have cause to be thankful for the change Rathtr Otherwttt. "M your daughter raunlcsl?" "Well." replied Mr. Cumrox. "she seems so In conversation, but when she sings opinions differ." Washing ton Star. You iHoy stretch n truth Into a lie. but ymi can't shrink n He Into truth. Selected. The ladles of Bend and .vicinity are cordially Invited to attend Mrs. Mcintosh' fall opening next Turn. day and Wednesday. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS "Thrleo "Welcome, and Then Some" is the title of the cartoon in Monday's Portland Oregonian, which pictures buyers coming to Portland from "Idaho, Southwestern Washing ton, Inland Umpire, Western Orogon, Willamette Valley." Nary a sugges tion is mndo that thero Is such a territory as Central Oregon, or even Eastern Oregon. The omission may be Just a slip of the cartoonist, but even at that there are many Central Oregon merchants who are Inclined to believe It typical of a peculiar Portland spirit a sort of unexplain ed Ignorance of east-of-tho-Cascades Oregon. State Game "Warden Finley an nounces that a fish hatchery will bo established at Odell Lake to propa gate fry with which to stock the lakes and streams of Central Oregon. Something of this kind has already been done there this year on a small scale, but the establishment of a state hatchery will give a large sup ply of fish for stocking purposes and will Increase the angling attractions of Central Oregon which are already numerous. It will be good news to Central Oregon that Multnomah county will resume work on the Columbia rlvor highway, the completion of which will give a fine scenic auto road from tills part of the state to Portland. Samuel C. Lancaster, who built the famous good roads at Maryblll, Wash., for Samuel Hill, will have charge of the-construction, and It is hoped to have, tho road ready for travel by next year. Ill luck seems to haunt tho mon ster steamers of the Atlantic. The Titanic went down, with the loss of hundreds of lives, and last week the Imperator, while docked at New Yorlf, caught Are and was dam-j Nebraska, returned to Bend last James Ryan canio in this morning from Seattle. A slow rain fell horo last night. tho precipitation being .05 Inches. A. D. Lewis Is down from tho ranch today having dental work done. Mrs. J. M. Goro and son Wllllo left this morning for their homo in Portland. E. W. Richardson has begun work on a resldenco for himself in Center Addition. Albin Peterson was In town from his Bear Creek Iluttes homestead last week. Mrs. Luther Motkc. who Is In The Dalles hospital, Is on the road to recovery. Clark Rhodes Is having a garage built at the rear of the Klein apart ment house. The family of A. Bates Is quarantined on account of Mrs. Baton having diphtheria. Miss Winifred Abbott, who has been visiting .Mrs. II. E. Allen, loft Monday for hor homo. On account of no quorum, tho monthly mooting of the City Council could not be held last night. Miss Bvn Huntington roturned tho last of the week to be on hand for the school opening Tuosday. Bert Miller and (Trover Gerklng of Laidlaw were In town Monday, registered at the Hotel Wright. Furst Bros, wero awarded the con tract to haul 400 barrels of cement from Bend to the Tumatqlprojcot. C. J. Leverett (s In town today showing a bunch of wheat six feet tall which was raised near Deschutes. Leroy Willis, auditor of the Stand ard Oil Company, spent yesterday here at the local plant of the com pany. C M. McKay, Clark Rhodes and G. P. Putnam returned Monday from tholr camping trip in the mountains. They got ono deer. Conductor F. S. Cass, of tho Oro gon Trunk, who has been sick for two weeks, Is back on his run, com ing In this morning. . J. D. Honoyman will leave tonight for DeWitt. Iowa, in response to a message Informing him of tho ser ious illness of his .sister. George Gelger Is in town from Dry Lake today. Ho reports that a re cent dance netted $140 for building a school houbo and hall. Among those going to Prlnevlllo today were G. W. Shrlner, H. O Ellis, R. B. Gould, L. M. Foss, Anton Anne, Ralph Dunn nnd L, L. Fox. Ewen McLennan, the Shanlko sheepman, came. In Mondny to look after the shipment of his sheep East. He Is registered at the Pilot Butte Inn. P. C. Garrison and daughter Viola went to Portland Sunday night Mr. Garrison will ko on to Coos Rnv. Viola staying in, Portland with her gradmotber. Miss Martha Sldnor. who snent th . , . -. -t", V puiuuier vuvnuun at ner noma in week nnd will spend tho winter with Mrs. Lucas ngnln. Tho condition of Mrs. O, A. Thor 8on, who has been 111 nt hor old homo In tho Eost, Is Improving nnd alio Is expected back In llom( about tho first of next mouth. Emll Andorsott of Anderson UroK, wns In town estordny and reports that their sawmill mmr Lulillnw Is cutting on u 300.00U-root cuiitrnut for thu Tumulo project. Catvln Smith, Wllllo (lore. Rny. niond Ttiorson. Robert Inuos niul llnrold Snthor wont ovor on tho Tutnnln Saturday for a camping trip, returning Monday evening. J. K. Morson, W. C. llolllnslicnd, J. N. Mnsteit. C. K. Street nnd C. F Errlugton of il.n Pino wcro nt the Pilot Butto Monday night on thulr way to Prlnovlllo to attend court. Tho leather bound basket offered by tho Ow Pharmacy for tho larnest llsh brought In by Soptombor 1 wns won by A. E. Kuwurds with a 19 h Inch fedsldo caught at Crane Prairie. Miss Ethel Holmes came In Sat urday from her homo nt Chippewa Falls, Wise, whero sho spent tho summer. Sho will bo nt the homo of Mrs. W. 1). Sellers again this winter. Invltntlpus linvo been received hero to n reception and dancing party to bo given at Lnldlnw Friday even ing In honor of Mlsa Fern Hobbs, private secretary to Governor West. Mr. and Mrs. E. it. Post. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dorset. Mrs. Bell ami Miss Dol- sen composed nu nitto pnrty that went to Crater Lako and Klnmnth Falls for tho week-end, returning Monday. The Bond Rod & Gun Club will hold Its first shoot of tho full this Sunday nt 1:30. Tho oftlcers of tho organization Bny a specially Interest ing series of competitive events will he arranged. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elinor Ward will give a dinner this evening for Mrs. Lara, .Mrs. Maddock and Ml us Graves and on Saturday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Hudson will entertain Mrs. Ijira and Mrs, Maddock. Rev. K. C. Newborn loft this week for Wnlln Walla, Wash., to attend tho nnnunl session of tho Columbia River Conforenco of the Methodist Episcopal church. Ho will probably bo away for ten days. A cement' sidewalk Is bolnc laid In front of the lot between the Brown nnd Myers & Wllkoy build ings un Bond Btroct. This gives n linn vn,lk from Oregon to Ntivndn utrcut on Hint sldo except for tho coruOr lot nt Nevada, Dr. I, I. (lorby, who Is now In Portland, spent Thursday mid Friday hero. Ho hits uu nrrungoiuoiit with the 1'ienliyteiliui church ut Guidon ilulo, WiihIi., to sorvo It for thruo mouths us pnslur, nt tho oiul of wtiluh time ho will deoldo whoro ho will locate pormiiuoiitly. Mrs. Arthur (lorlsoii, who hnd boon visiting with hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. McCully, lit Sunuum Lake, for the past threo wookn, puss, oil through town Tuesday nu hor way homo to Bond. Mrs. tlortsou'a him. baud In In tho sawmill business nt that place. Silver Lnku Lender. Chester Callow, of Sumiiior Lnko, who furnished (ho uiuslu for tho d tin eo Saturday evening, remained over taking tho examination fur teachera' certltlrnto Mondny mid Tuesday. Ho mndo a satisfactory showing mid will touch thu school at Hummer Lnko tho coming year. Silver uiko Leaner. Mrs. James lAird, Mlts Jean C. Law son mid maid, Douglas Law sou nnd Reginald T. Rnlt, of Boston, reg istered nt tho Oregon Saturday night, Mrs. Lord, Miss Lawsou nut! Mr. Iiwson nro children of Thomas W. Lnwson, who telephoned from Prlno vlllo to Malinger Dickinson of (hn Oregon of tholr coming, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Dickinson mot thotii at tho train with his car. They left Sunday fur Prlnovllle where they will have an outing on thu lnwsoii ranch. Mr. Rnlt In a friend of tho younger l.nwsons. rortiiuul ore goulnii. J u " ' '" ' - , m. ijjjb! incut will lie posted in Tho Uulletln olllto nt tho tlmo of receipt, Lost nnd Found, FOUND Cnrlon of tobacco. Own. or may have sumo by proving proper ty mid paying advortlsing ohmgoH, 4tf FOUND Swuntor nnd pair of glows. Owner may luivo thorn by proving property nt Tho Bulletin ami paying for this ndvortlHOinmlt, iHtf For Rout. Classified Advertising FOR RENT Furnished en bin If. ii month. W. II. Lesh, lot 11, bile 15, Coiitor Addition. l.'tf FOR RENT Four loom limine In Riverside, with water In house, Good giirdmi In connection for sale. Mike Davis, Riverside. '.M-UOp FOR KENT -Throo comfortnblo rooms centrally located, Suitable for family, Running water and olnctrlu lights, Very moderate Inqulro at Bulletin ofllco. 8tf :o. ljjjtr it wtm EaMMrm Wanted. W A N T It D RellnqulsllmentH In Prluglo Flats nnd llniripton country. Address Box ."UN, Bond, fir call at homestead near Harney Holes. Wal ter Taylor. yflp WANTED Girl In iln cnnnrnl housework. Inqulro nt Shuuy gro cery. ai-SCp WANTED Girl for Keuornl house. work. Address Mrs. O. Laurgaard, Lnldlnw, Ore. 20tf For Sale. AdirrtUdticntM Inserted under this heading nt the rne of "no cent n uord for cadi In-ertloit, DUrount on extended Insertions. Charge nro (taxable In ndvnure except for mlvor thent liming tt regular nrcouut vtltli Tho Uulletln. All paid nihertUc- w m SCHOOL WANTS SUPPLIED HERE Those TABLETS, PEN CILS, PENS, INK, and other things the Boys and Girls must have are to be had at THE OWL. from our large new stock. Par ents, it will pay you to tell the children to buy at FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 22 cal. Winchester rlllo ropentor for folding camera. Will pay dlfforoneo. r. u. mix -'ii a zn27u FOR HALK Throe-room house, cow nnd chlckuus. Martin Safranco, near American Bekery. SO-aSp FOR S.ALE HO head of high grade Jersey heifers from s mo. old to 3 yr. old. About K head to bo frc-sh this fall. Write for partloulars. F. II. Pfeirfer, Albany, Ore. 2tl-2tp FOR SALE Good Driving or sad die horse cheap. Inqulro nt Bend Grocery. ttilt FOR SALK-v-New Home sowing machine. Call at (I. V. JUirlnur's. In Park Addition. ir.tr FOR HALM Light wagon, 1S. Sew L. A. W. Nixon. 2Uf FOR HALE-CnrtnlnjoffmWkUouse-hold goods. Mrs. 'A. MrUiffiZLitC FOR BALK Cabin nonr Bond do. mill, Inqulro nt Bulletin nlllco, FOR HALETIKI Altninoiil building nnd furnltilfor nil nqw Itifil ii nu oimiH, j, a. uiiHioH. .fir ,F()R HALE Qlt' TllAI)H fifrffonj entitle, one two.lilu 'Koljytftfflqtf, good condition, For further Infor mation cull ut DoyiD'ninnd'H uur iiho. . 2 R - a C FOR BALE Good 'property on Willi nml Bund MtrouhVnUulii Kuli wood. For pnrtluiilai'H np)ly to II, 0. Ellis, i 17tf FOIUSALE Heavy work' nmro, gooil for logging, freighting or farm or Kvlll trade for 2 cows or young slunk. E. A. Knott, 0 miles t u Burns road. 2V2O11 FOR HALE All kinds of common lumber at MoNnuitlit ft Gortsou'n mill, on llond-lliirns road. Also, Wo out any kind of orders on short notice. Wrtto or cnll on us for prices. 161 f FOR HALE All kinds or rough niul dressed luinlmr, nt Anderson Bros, sawmill half way botwnon Bend mid I,aldlnw, on old Tuninlo road. Reasonnblo prices, rough lumber $10 per M. Delivering to Bend or Lnld lnw 3 per M, Telephone. 10(f TTJ..- 1 1,1 11 1 mmn mm urn i m m iimiimib i.wiumiMMM j miwlumi . . . - IMS Owl Pharmacy First National Bunk Bldg. & M Shoes that Appeal to Every Woman V asu "j ,""Ab?? 2ST a i'v" e- . o!kr-: " New models and exclusive pattern! arc shown at all times in our display of women's foot wear. Kvcry pair of these shoes also shows elegance of finish and grace in each particular line. We can give you fitting qualities in shoes which canno; be ex celled. And as to serviceit need only be said tfiat our women's shoes arc made by Utz k Dunn Co., UT Rochester, N. Y., whose product has had for thirty years a reputation for splendid wcar 'M Buy Utz ft Duws- Co. shoes from us. jfihere H affigOble guar antee of satisfaction for you when you cSf " R ML Smith Clothing Co. II I " - 11 h- SPECIAL 20 DISCOUNT Until Saturday, Sept. 13th, on all MEN'S SUITS Also some great bargains in LOW SHOES, HATS, BUCK GLOVES, Etc. . A. L. FRENCH B&ui, - - Oregon NEW STOCK of Dry Goods now in, with ninny nttructive of ferings both in quality und price. Ladles' , Underwear and Sweaters also. OUR GROCERIES tresh, nnd wc sell them at rock bottom prices. Quick delivery made by our auto. J are E. A. Sather WALL STREET OltKGO.V TRUNK. Arrives .............. K a. in. Loavusi. J., ....... .Si 30 p. ni. .'W. II. .V .V. CO. Arrives .,. ,,7:sS p, in. Leaves 7:3& a. in. , hT,.(II! MM: HOUTil. ., - Arrives 7i.1Q p, m, Loavun .....10 '., in, ' AUTO M.NK8. - Cars dally to lliirns nnd points, V - nuniii nnu soiiiuensi. ItMTOI-'l-'ICK HOURH, - Oeuural delivery oputi daily )0 a. in. to rt:30 p. in. ' (lonornl delivery opon Huiidny , - 10:30 n. in. to 11 a. in. - - Railway mall closes 7 p. in, TIILROItAI'll IIOIlltH, Western Union dally 0-1 1; - 1-0; 7-10. Western Union Runday 8-10 nnd 4-0. TRLRI'IIONIt IIOt'RH, IMoneor Co. dally 7 a. m. to 0 t ' in. i I'loneor Co. Sunday fi-Uj S-S . j Furniture sat A. L. Hunter's ' f w ' I '4.