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BKND BULLETIN, KRND, ORK., WEDNESDAY, NOVKMRKit S6, 118.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Publirfiod Kvorjr Wednesday)
GEOUOE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
ROBERT W. SAWYER
An Independent nowspnpor stand
ing for tho square donl, elenn bust
noes, clean politics nnd tho beet in
Uresis of Bond nnd Central Oregon,
Tho condition or J nines B. Dickin
son, who wnB phot by Aloo Unit,
continues to Improve Tho phynl-,
claim attending htm say Hint unices
some complication arises, duo to tho J
pnssago of tho bnllot, through tho!
kidneys ho will probably recover.
Tho search for llnll tins so fnr proved
fruitless nnd una been practically
place to epon
Metropolitan la n plonsant
u your evenings. Adv.
Ono yonr. 51.50
Six niontliB SO
Thrco months . .. .50
All subscriptions nro duo nnd
PAYAULH l.V ADVANCE. Notlees ot
expiration nro mailed subsortbora nnd
If renewal Is not made within retwon
, ntdo nine the paper will b discontinued.
PIomo notify ub promptly of any
chango of mUlree. or of lallure to re
colvo the paper regularly. Otherwise
wo will not bo reepoaslblo for eApIea
' Mhko nil ohcoks and orders pay
able to Bend Bulletin.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 2fi, 1913.
WATER. FIRST, SALES SECOND.
, Settlers nnd those who havo como
into close contact with Oregon Irri
gation nro disposed to applaud tho
action of tho stato engineer an ac
tion apparently backed up by tho en
tire land loard In refusing the
certify to a patent list Involving bo mo
20,000 acres, becauso complcto rec
lamation had not been accomplished.
Shorn of its technicalities, tho
meaning of tho matter Is this: Tho
Central Oregon Irrigation Company
desired permission to sell theso acres,
or to get patent to thorn; tho atato
engineer refused to mako such per
mission possible, contending that tho
land should not bo offered for sale
until thcro was positlvo assurance
both of a Bufflcioncy of water to care
'for It, and that this water was ready
to bo placed on tho lands.
Tho principle involved is an old
ono In Western irrigation. In count
less cases tho companies havo been
permitted to sell land beforo they
were in a position to deliver water to
it. Tho pica usually has beon that
water was "practically ready", and
that tho money from tho sales would
make posslblo the completion of tho
project this with variations. After
failures galore, nftor highway-rob-bery
promotion and offlclal milking of
company administrations and, especi
ally, after a vast amount of needless
'and cruel suffering on tho part ot
settlers, thdro Is manifest a disposl
tion on tho. part ot the responsible
officials to Insist on tula all-Import
ant fundamental law: Let no land
.'bo sold -unless there is water ready
'lor It. -
Enforco this law to tho letter, and
Irrigation will be a success far settlor
lst nnd Pound.
LOST pirso nonr depot Nov. IS.
Fluder please return to II. G. John
son nt Oregon Lodging House and re
ceive reward. 87p
LOST Some where on tho road
between Bend nnd Fort Rook, four
pair ot rubber hip boots, one pair oft
ugni leatner snoea ami a fur linen
coat. Fell from auto bound south
Friday afternoon. Finder pleas re
turn to. or notify, either Tho Bulle
tin or United Warehouse, Bond, Re
FOR RHNT Offlees on Wall stroot
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Rome, centrally lo
cnted. Electric lights and water.
Suitable for housekeeping. Cheap.
Apply Bulletin Olllco.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms, suited for light housekeeping.
Iuqulre, Mrs. Frank Schoolor. 38p
FOR RENT Largo store, moduru
front Good location. Apply to F.
O. Minor, Deschutes Bank. 27t(
FOR KENT Entire second story
of Bean building over Thompson's
furniture store Every room com
pletely furnished, steam heat, hot
and cold water. Seo II. J. Ovor
FOR RENT Three room house.
Seo Joo Inncs at tho Metropolitan. 3Gt
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Inquire Shucy's grocery. 38tf
WANTED Cattlo nnd horses to
feed during tho winter months. Chas.
L. Wlmer, Star Ranch. Laldlaw. 37tf
WILL CONSIDER a deal on a good
farm proposition by putting In about
20 hoad of good horses and colts.
Chas. L. Wlmer, Laldluw, Oro. 36-3'J
WANTED Position as cook or
helper In kitchen. Apply at Auno's
For This Fall Weather
Ladies' Raincoats, From $6.00 Up
Men's Raincoats, From $5.00 Up
Ladies Mackinaws, Men's '
Reductions in Overcoats
$1 5.00 Overcoats Now $1 2.50.
$12.50 Overcoats Now $10.00.
$ 1 0.00 Overcoats Now $ 8.00.
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
Everything to Wear for Men Who Cnrc,
HsHeHBaH mm .iiBMeMMWsjMe1tmwieaea
MY STOCK IS C. ROWING
New Goods in New Patterns
Calicoes, Prints, Cotton Batting
Wool Batting for Cold
E. A. Sa
TO TRADE Income proporty for
land. II. B. Oldrldge, New Meadows,
wil.u K.(jiiA.ut: 4 passonger
cnaimera. to norsenower Aiitntnnhlln
: --,- ..
wor improved land. Henklo & Ryan
FOR EXCHANGE Good lots near
Presbytorlan church for team or
horses. Apply nt Bulletin olllco. 3Stf
THE ROAD WORKERS.
A short timo ago citizens ot Prino-
vlllo turned out as road workers,
'Tnoy wnnted to improve a highway
'south, and so they went out and Im
proved It. About a dozen auto own
ers contributed the frco use of tholr
eerriccs. Tho county tools and camp
equipment were borrowed. Only
. 9SC0 ot actual cash was involved, and
iialb was secured from the County
Court. Then tho "road gang" went
oat and stayed out for a week, re
moving many rocks and Improving
t.ie bad places. Altogether, it Ib es
timated that tho equivalent of sever
si thousand dollars worth of Improve
ment vo6 affected. For Instance, the
nuto running timo from Mllllcan's to
Frinoyillo was cut closo to an hour.
There Is a moral for Bend In this
example. The Lord helps those who
.ielp themsolvos, but certainly neither
the Lord nor anyone elso seems dis
posed to do much about the fright
ful roads that lead from Bend south
east, east and north, unlets Bend
get on tho Job first.
FOR SALE 25 pigs and hogs
William Hnnke, Deschutes. 38-3'Jp
FOR SALE OR TRADE Sovon
passenger IMerco-Arrow automobile.
Wrlta Box 193, Bend, Ore. 35tf
FOR SALE Thanksgiving and
Christmas turkeys. Phono Mrs. Shon-
FOR SALE R. I. Red pullets nnd
crystal Whlto Orpington hens. Mrs.
Carl Hatch, Laldlaw. 37-38p
FOR SALE Ono fresh cow and
ono cow and two helfora coming
iresn. J. M. Judd. near limit st
FOR SALE Bay team, wolsht
about 3000, 3 and 4 years old.-well
broken. Price $100. Inquire Bulle
tin office. 37-4 In
FOR SALE Very finest, new mod
el unused White sowing machine nt
big discount. Apply "V," Bullotln
FOR SALE Chcnp, C40 acres,
sec. 1G-21-10. 35 miles south of lloiid
on Deschutes river. Address W. II.
Melrose, Colfax, Wash. 38p
FOR SALE- All kinds or llrowuoJ
In all lengths. Telephone orders to
os, 3 rings. Kckmnn & Wilson. 40p
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Concert Roller Organ with 17 pieces,
will exchange for a suitublu Shut
Gun. Inquire Dick Tailor shop. 3Sp
FOR SALE 160 acre ot irrigated
land 7 miles northwest of Bend, ai
coastderable lees than C, O. I. pflrea.
Ovor $1200 worth of Improvements
go with this place. Bond Brick ft
Lumber Co. 32tfc
FOR SALE Hogs and pigs, good
breed. Ed Halvorson, Bond. 30tt
FOR SALE All kinds of rough
and dressed lumber, nt Anderson
Bros, sawmill half way botwoen Bond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumnlo road.
Reasonable prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $2 por M. Tolophono. 19tf
FOR SALE Cabin near Bond Co.
mill. Inquire at Bullotln olllco. 1CU
VfMt BAI.t-'nnn linmn n-nlirlit
13C0, JC6 ono buggy nnd harness, J
$25. II. E. Jones Paint Store. 3 lit
FOR SALE Half acre closo In.
$300; $25 down, $5 per mo. II. E,
Jonoa Paint Storo. 30tf
FOR SALE Half aero, two 2-room
houses, wood shed, water, closo la,
$600, $100 down nnd $15 por mo.
11. E. Jonoa Paint Storo. 30tf
Wlllnmotto Meridian, and as grounds
ror ins contest ho alleges that said
Daisy Moon has wholly failed to
maintain nnd establish hr residence
upon said land; has wholly failed to
cultlvnte and Improve tho samo and
has wholly nbandoncd tho same for
more than six months last pnt.
You nro, thoretoro, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this olllco as having boon
confessed by you, nnd your said entry
will be canceled thoreundor without
your further right to bo hoard there
in, elthor before this olllco or on ap
peal,, If you fall to Illo In this olllco
within twenty days after tho
FOURTH publication ot this notlco,
as shown below, your nnswor, under
onui, spocliicniiy mooting and re
sponding to those allegations of con
test, or It you fall within thnt timo
to file In this ortlco due proof that
you hnvo served n copy of your an
swer on tho snld contestant either In
person or by registered mull. If
this sorvlco Is mado by tho delivery
of a copy of your answer to tho con
testant In person, proof of such ser
vice must be either tho snld contest
ant's written acknowledgement of
his receipt of tho copy, showing the
dato of Us receipt, or tho atlldavlt of
the person by whom tho delivery was
made stating when nnd whore tho
copy was delivered; If mado by mow
Interod mall, proof of such service)
must consist or tho allldnvlt of tlm
person by whom the copy was mailed
stating when and tho postortloe, to
which It was mulled, and this nflldav.
It must bo accompanied by tho posl-j
master's receipt for tno letter,
You should stato In your answer,
tho uitittu of tho postottlrn to which!
you destro future notices to bo seut(
II. FUANIC WOODCOCK,
Dalo of first publication Nov. C.,
Datu of seoond publication Nov MX,!
Dato or third publication Nov.. 19,.
Date of fourth publication Nov. ,
NEW MUTllG BUILDING ON OREGON STKEET IS HANDSOME BUSINESS BLOCK.
The, county budget calls for $5000
for widows' pensions. Even for a
county Where tho administration is
notoriously kindly disposed to wid
ows, that seems a bit high. Soon It
will io chenpor for a woman to bo a
widow than to support a husband.
Harney County's budget totals
$138,510. Crook County's Is $287,-393.
And ten men In Ireland precinct
,(La Pine) voted for Judgo Springer!
THE TYPO TUYST.
She held hor sweet mouth up to him
And then remarked, to-wlt:
"You may print a kiss on my lips,
But you must not publish It."
But In another moment Jim,
Unless wo nilss our guess,
Hadgntbercd her form closa to him
And rushed right off to press.
And after that, without a doubt,
Jim took a strong position.
Insisting that they should get out
An extra lato edition.
But James stopped pressing presently
And oald he'd bad enough
When she confessed she's "shopped
'And this wus "reprint stuff"!
; . i PaclDc Printer nnd Publisher.
But ere be went he 'paused awhile
. 'By' nor fair "head" distracted,
And wondered, as be, saw Its "style,"
HVhat '"make 'up rule1' she prac
ticed. . Bond Bulletin.
Come in nnd see
our new line of
They are nifty and
the prices and ar
range n sitting.
We are sure we can
please you. Be sure
to be in time for
and Straight Pianos
Come in and hear the beau
tiful toned S. W. MILLER
PLAYER PIANO. Sold at a
very moderate price, AIbo
. M. Thompson
In tho County Court of tho Stato ot
Oregon In and for the Coun'y ot
In the mattor ot the estate ot John
W. White, deceased.
Notice la hereby Riven by the un
dersigned, the administrator of the
state of John W. White, deceased,
that In pursuance to an order ot re
sale, of the County Court of the
County of Crook, OroRon, mado on
the 1st day of Septombor, 1913, In
the matter of tho ostato of John W.
White, deceuBed, the undersigned
will sell at public auction oil Thurs
day, tho 11th day or Docornbor. 1913.
at the hour or 10 o'clock a. in. at
Bend, Crook county, Oregon, on the
premises, uu mo rigm, utio nnu in
lorest of said John W. Whlto ut tho
time of bis death and all the right,
title and lntorost the snld ostnto has
acquired In addition to that of the
said John W. Whlto, had at tho timo
of his death In and to tho following
described real estate, to-wlt:
First. Lot 7 or block 2 or Bend,
Oregon. Second. Lot 4 In section 1
and lot 1 and the south half of the
northeast quarter of section 3, in
townBhiji 21 5. of range 10 cast of
the Willamette Meridian and the
SWViSWfc. section 35 In township
20. B, In rango 10 east of tho Will
amette Meridian and tho WSEU,
sec. 3. nnd the NWNEV4. see. 10,
township 21 south of run bo 10 K.,
W. M.. and. third, tho BMNWM. soc.
S, In township 20 south of ranee 12
oast, W. M. Fourth. Lot 12 In block
11 of Bond, Oregon. Fifth. The
SK4NE and the MS 1(815 of s no
tion 33, township 17 8., It. 12 east
or tho Willamette Meridian, nnd
sixth : Tho S Mi N W 4 nnd N is hV 14 .
sec. 3L T. 17 8.. It. 12 E.. W. M..
all In Crook County, Stato or Oregon.
-jcrms and conditions ot sulo, cash.
Dated this 11th day or November,
1913. A. C. LUCAS.
Administrator of tho cstato of John
w. wiiite, deceased. 3G-40
I ' ' r t a pa
NOTICE OF CONTKHT.
Dppartment of the Interior, Unltod
States Land Olllco, Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, November 3, 1913.
To Daisy Moon, of Portland .Oregon,
corner Dth and Yamhill Sts Con
testee: You are hereby notified that John
ii. Williams, wno gives care S. It.
Hogln, Bond, Oregon, as his post
olllco address, did on October 9, 1913,
Illo In thin olllco his duly corrobora
ted application to contest nnd secure
the cancellation or your homestead
entry No. , sorlal' No. 07209,
made August 3, 1910. for so M soli.
BAA 'lt Al..Al. n.lM1 .. I
Iovv, -V, 0731107, 00711074, BUCMUJII
29, township 1C south, rant'o 11 E.,l
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i 1 ' a isJlBmftJrF i vSwsrali firings?'? S$,'5 . A vt'-' - ,ilf
n.n 1 1i0C,d n.1 .R "."J of n5n.rl?' f 000 'y ." M'"' ' I" ono of tho best business buildings In
Item!. Tho front Is of Imported brick and the other walla of locally mintifacturwl i-rlck It ro iiialns
three store rooms occupied by A. L. French s clothing store, Innes, Davidson & llarllelts barber simp and
Miol and M Hard hall and A. L, Hunters furniture ostnbllshmont. Tho location Is on OroKoi street 1 o
tween Bond and Wall streets. Each storo room contains n basement n the rear. Mr. French nnd limes
avldsoi. & Bartlett have hot air heating plants, and the latter firm nso has tub and shower l" h faelU-'
h,-,. Tm Tpn,C. ,,ci,w V.'0 p,at0 .n,M .,rl.n.t, of l,, mk ' I'M. cement sidewalk and c us r
lights add to tho attractiveness of tho building.
Located in tho modern building
shown above, wo havo tho best
facilities for handling our fino
line of goods for men. Every
thing is kept clean and every
article you purchase is freo
from dirt or soiling.
Goods of the Best Quality
Goods at the Lowest Prices.
This combination has won
and holds a large clientele
of the most discerning buyers.
A. L. FRENCH
Oregon Street, Bond, Oregon.
Our stock is now housed in
the now brick building pictured
herewith. At this storo you
find tho highest grado of furni
ture and house furnishings.
When you furnish your homo
you want articles that will
last a long timo and look good
oil tho timo. QUALITY is
what you seek. There is no
better place to find it than hero.
Your attention is also directed
to our very complete lino of
Useful household things at
small prices at this big store.
A. L. HUNTER
Oregon Street, Bend, Oregon.