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THE niCND DULLKTIN, niSNDv ORE., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, MM.
Ttife BEND BULLETIN
(Published Rvcry Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL I. 1914.
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Very truly yours,
Snlom, Mnrch 21."
O. Lnurgnnrd, project engineer of
tho Tumnlo Project, Is receiving fav
orable mention for nppolntmont tu
tho Alaska Rallrond Commission. No
bettor man for tho place could bo de
lected. Ills Intimate knowledge of
western conditions and his record as
a constructive engineer nnd nn ad
ministrative expert qunltfy Mr. Lnur
gnnrd admirably. There Is only ono
posslblo drawback to his candidacy
IT successful. Contra! Oregon will
loso him I
mil ii anr
' nLAME THE RIGHT MAN.
Just now It 's fashlonabI to howl
about tho high taxes, for tbre rea
sons. Tho first Is that wo all hate to
pny out good money. The othor two
nro that the yearly tax collection Is
In full swing, nnd that a county elec
tion Is at hand.
Tho first two reasons nro as unes-
capable as death. The last dosorves
a word of attention. Test the old, old
protest of those who arc out of ofllce
against the alleged extravagance of
those who nro In ofllco should receive
too much credence. No doubt there
has been and is extravagance at tho
court house, and no doubt tho admin
istration is not faultless. Only It Is
not entirely to blame.
The other day wo heard a rtend
man putting all the btame for his
high tax upon the county commis
sioners. Let's see.
The total mlllage hero this year is
C3.5 mills. (And of course that Isn't
nearly as bad as It sounds, becauso
of tho low valuations.) For how
much of this Is county administra
tion responsible? State and Coun
ty show 2014 mills, of which 6 mills
Is state tax: and In passing It Is
worth renumbering that $450,000 of
state money is being expended In
Crook county Just now on the Tuma
lo Project. The City of Bend tax Is
24 mills; the people here voted most
of that upon themselves by a big ma
jority for sewer construction and
1xnd Interest It was a good Invest
ment for the town, and of courso the
town has to pay for It Still another
levy is the 15 mills of thbvschool
district; again the county is not to
blame, for the expenditure under
this levy means capital schools, a
sew school h use, and a high priced
In abort, don t place cu tne Diamo
on the county officers, just because
opponents electioneering against
them sing the song of high taxes.
Most of the tax originated nearer
home, and you yourself had a
hand In setting the Oku re, or should
have had It properly Interested.
Give tho devil his due.
"SILVER TEA" AT KENWODO
Musical Program ami Refreshments
nt Social Function Thursday.
Last Thursday afternoon Mes
dntnes Connarn, McLaren nnd Lev
orett wero hostosses at a pleasant so
cial function hold at Mrs. Connarn's
residence In Kenwood.
Thero was u "silver tea" and a mu
sical program was given. Mrs. Ros
coo Howard sang twice, thero was a
violin solo by Mrs. Wnlte. and sing
ing by a quartette consisting of Mos
damns McLaren, Fish, Rudow nnd
Waite. Klaborato refreshments wore
served. About 40 people wero pres
ent, and there wero four sessions of
an hour oach, tho program being re
peated each time.
WEATHER FOR MARCH
Record Shown RNIng Temperature
nnd Many Clear Rays.
Mnrch camo In llko a lamb nnd
went out llko a Hon, thereby revers
ing the usunl order of things accord
ing to the old saying. For the first
3 weeks of tho month tho weather
was ns bnlmy and 'springlike as could
be, tho mercury going up Into tho
60's on n number of days and onco
as high ns 73. Alt this time, too
tho sky was cloudless, thero being n
succession of 21 clear days. On the
22nd a high wind blew up from the
south nnd for tho rest of tho month
the wind continued to blow Intermit
tently. On the 26th It brought light
flurries of snow and again on the
30th there wero enow squalls, not
enough falling, however, to be meas
ured. Tho high mark of 73 degrees was
reached by tho mercury on the 17th
while the minimum was 20 on tho
night of tho 10th. Tho greatest
dally rango was 45 dogrces. For tho
month the mean minimum tempera
ture was 2S.6 degrees and tho mean
maximum 55.8 degrees. The mean
for the month was 42.1 degrees
There were In all 22 clear days and
9 partly cloudy days.
Tho dally temperatures and char
acter of day wero as follows:
1 cent a word
IS ALL A-LITTLE
WILL COST YOU
IF YOU WISH.
JONES lll'YS DAIRY.
G. A, Jones ot tho Join Dairy has
purchased tho business and some of
tho equipment of tho Clovorlenf
Dairy, hitherto owned by Prince
Staats. Ity an arrangement with O.
C. Cnrdwell tho business hereafter
will bo under tho nnmo of tho Clover
leaf Dairy. Mr. Cardwoll will do the
delivering, ho simply buying his milk
wholesale from the Jones Dairy, nnd
supplementing the Jones supply from
cows of his own.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
I hereby announce myself ns n
candidate for tho Republican nomi
nation for county surveyor, subject
to tho approval of tho Republican
voters at tho primary to be hold on
1-10 Adv. R. L. 11REWSTER.
Why haven't you registered?
A BAD GAME LAW.
Tho Harney County News of Burns
"People in Bend who think that
some time or other they might get
time to go fishing aro raising a roar
because of a recent order of the game
warden. Heretofore it has been per
missible when a fellow not living at
the county seat wished to go Ashing
he could go before a notary public,
make application for a license, pay
tho fees, tako a receipt and that re
ceipt was good until the license ar
rived. A new order has been Issued
declaring such receipts no good and
that there must be no fishing until
the license is In the applicant's pock
et. The whole gamo law system Is
a farce In many particulars and a
costly farce at that."
Not all the gamo law system Is a
farce, although the recont peanut pol
itics of the department have discred
ited It. But right under our noses
is operating a farcical new law. We
refer to the ono permitting Ashlar
all-year-round in the Deschutes, pro
vided the cr.tch is over ton inches.
The law, as might be expected Is be
ing abused tcandalously. The sum
mer months are time enough for Ash
ing. Fish caught now are full of
eggs. A couplo of soasons more of
this and we shall have no trout left.
The local fish and game club and
papers and sportsmen ot Central Ore
gon, should combine in petitioning
a repeal of this law so far as It affects
the much-fished Deschutes.
Following the prevalent custom of
"writing to the Governor," last weak
The nullotln addressed a letter to
Governor West, requesting informa
tion concerning the local pool hall
cases. The chief inquiry was why the
pool halls of Salem, the capital, can
be open on Sunday, while a remote
community was visited with tho
wrath of tho little used Sabbath law
on the assumption that It this is to
be a puritanical state- let us start at
headquarters. But Mr West Ignores
the point: perhaps it is a delicate one
at the State House. Hero is his let
ter: "This Js to acknowledge yours of
the 20th instant, and to say the Wlest
letter was received some time before
T left for tho east, and in accordance
with our usual custom, it was refer
red to the Sheriff nnd District Attor
ney with the request that the matter
be gjven tholr consideration nnd such
action taken as the circumstances
would warrant. The complaint hav-
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I bog to announco mysolt as n can
didate to succeed mysolt ns county
treasurer, subject to the approval of
tho Republican votors of Crook coun
ty at tho primary election on May 15.
1-10 Adv. It. J JORDAN.
FOR COUNTY . l.EHK.
To tho Voters of Crook County:
I hereby announce myself ns n can
dldato to succeed myself to tho olllee
of county clerk, subject to tho appro
val of the Democratic voters of Crook
county at the primary uleetlon to bo
held May 16.
1-10 Adv. WARRE:C UUOtt N.
- OREGON TRUNK TRAIN
Arrives 8 a. m.
Leaves ........... .S:30 p.m.
O.-W. It, AS N. TRAIN.
Arrives 7;4S p. m.
Lenvos 7:25 n. in.
STAGE LINE SOUTH.
Arrives 7:30 p. in.
Leaves 10 a. m.
Cars dally to Hums and points
south nnd southeast.
Gonernl delivery open dally 10
a. m. to 6 p, m,
- Gonernl dellvory open Sunday
10 to 10:30 n, III.
Night train mall closes 7 p. in.
Day train mall closes 6.30 n, in.
Western Union dally 7-12,1-0,
7-10. Sunday 8-10. 4-0,
Pioneer Co. dally 7 a. m.-O p. m.
Sunday 8-12 and 6-8.
Dust Caps Dust Caps
The Very Thing For The House
wife Dust Caps in Every Conceiv
able color and Pattern Just Arrived
LAWN DUST CAPS.
ASSORTED NEAT, FAN
OY PATTERNS. SCAL-
LOPED EDGING ON
CRETONNE DUST IWI'.
ASSORTED PINK. IILl'i;
AND LAVENDER FLOWERS
Saturday Special 19 cents
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby announco myself as a can
didate for ro-electlon as a represen
tative In tho Orogon Legislature from
this district, subject to tho approval
of the Republican voters at tho pri
mary election to be held May 16.
VERNON A. FORBES. 2-11 Adv.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
1 hereby announco myself as a can
didate for tho ofllco of county com
missioner of Crook county, subject
to tho approval ot the Democratic
voters at the primary election.
E. W. RICHARDSON. 2-11. Adv.
! Fruit Trees
A CARLOAD AT
IilJXD AT )5 PRICE
F. O. MINOR
OREGON AND WALL
I heroby announco myself as a can
didate for the ofllce of Shorlff of
Crook county subject to tho approval
of the Democratic voters at tho com
ing primaries, May 15, 1914.
3-10 Adv. E B. KNOX, Post, Or.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as county commission
er of Crook county subject to the ap
proval of the Republican votors at
the primary election May 15.
3-10 Adv. R. H. BAYLEY.
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Accompany nil orders front person
not ImvIuk n regular account with
The Bulletin. No advertisement tk-
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PERCALE DUST CAPS.
ASSORTED LIGHT FAN.
PERCALE DUST CAIN.
ASSORTED FANCV PAT
TERNS, WHITE SHIELD
Saturday Special 14 cents
See Our Wall Street Windows
FOR RUNT Largo store, modern
front. Good location. Apply to F.
O. Minor, Deschutes Bank. 27tf
FOR RENT Cheap. 80 acres S E
of town In Section 0. Township 18,
known as the Smytho place. For
particulars, address J. W, Howies,
care Greonough Bros., Spokane,
Washington. 3-6 o
TO TRADE OH EXCHANGE.
I beg to announce mysolt as a can
didate to succeed myself as sheriff,
subject to tho approval of tho Re
publican voters of Crook county at
the primary election on May 16.
3-10 Adv. FRANK BLKIN8.
WANTED To borrow $600 for 2
or 3 years on first mortgage Bend
incoroo business property. Write
Box 8, Bond, Orogon. 3-4p
WANTED Setting hens. Ira 11.
Fox, 2 miles east of town, on Deyar-
niond placo on Bend-Burns road. 4-6c
WANTED A girl or woman for
gcnoral house work. For particulars
phono or write to Mrs, O, C, Card
WANTED Experienced book
keeper open for position. Lumber
and grain experience. Will consid
er anything. Good references. Inqulro
TO TRADE For good truo 1200
pound horse, ono with 2 9 Inch wa
gon. Also team small mules with
spring wagon and harness for sale,
$150.00 cash. P. B. Johnson, Milli
on n P. O. 3 tf
TO TRADE One or two city resl
donco lata. Good location. Will trade
for anything. Wrlto P. O. Box
TO EXCHANGE 40 acres ono
mllo from Redmond. All cleared.
Good 4 room house, barn. Will trade
for Bend city property, Inqulro A,
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby announco myself as a can
didate for election as a representative
In tho Oregon Legislature from this
district, subject to tho approval of
the Democratic votors at the primary
election to bo hold May 16.
3-11 Adv. P. H. DBNCER.
in Axminster Rugs, Art
Rugs and FURNITURE
that will make your home
cheerful at prices which
will prove we are right.
Our line of Kitchen Ware, China and
Crockery gives you values for the money.
A. L. HUNTER'S
1 OREGON STREET
FOR RENT Improved 40 acre
farm ono mllo from depot of Bend,
Seo Vernon A. Forbes, 4-flc
FOR RENT Good 4 room house
and acre lot ono block from depot.
Excollont chanco for gardonlng. In
quire Ed. Brostorhous. ltf
FOR RENT Bmnll house partly
furnished, $5 a month; also tent
houso adjoining. Near depot. In
qulro at Bullotln. 40tf
FOR RENT Offices on Wall street
very choap. Apply Bulletin Ofllce.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
catcd. Electric lights and water.
Suitable for housokeoplng. Choap,
Apply Bullotln Ofllco.
FOR SALE It. I. Rod oockefola,
$2 a piece, R. 1. Red eggs for hatch
ing, 76 cents per setting of 13, f6
per 100. Indian runner duck eggs,
II per setting of 11. Mrs. Roscoo
Howard, Deschutes, 4-6p
FOR SALE 14x16 tent with lum
ber addition roofed with rubberold.
Electric lights, porcolnln sink, pan
try, closet, etc. Apply at Bulletin of
FOR SALE 1500 appto and pear
trees, choice stock, 25 assortments,
a surplus over order for my use. 15
cents each to dear. Seo William
Todd, Bend. 4p
FOR SALE Tho SEU Section 34
Township 23 South. Rango 12 E. tins
nbout 3 million yellow pine. Address
R. A. Rose, Box 103, Sumner, Wnsh
Ington, 4-7 p
FOR BALK Belgian hares, $1,00
per pair. W. P. Downing, Ken
FOR SALE Smith typewriter and
ofllco chair, Inquire at Bulletin of
fice 3-4 c
FOR SALE Second hand parlor
Write C. F. Condarl, PrlH-Jtf
FOR HALE OR TRADE For good
young slock cows, 0 teams good work
horses from 1200 to 1400 pounds,
utui team mules, aim one 4 )r old
full blooded Guernsey intlcli eow,
freshened Mareh 7. Phono Mtanler
Ranch Co. s ir
FOR BALK m 12 and 11, block
6, Wlestortn addition, Bend. Msko
offer for cash. Mrs. William Woods,
Windsor Apartments, Seattle, Wash
FOR SALE 80 aercs Irrigated
land, close In; water right, etc., IS00.
Tonus, Inquire Bulletin ofllee. 4a
FOR SALE Young cow, beer
stock, good site, excellent condition;
167,60. Also throughbred Jersey
$75. J. IL Shouse, 4
FOR 8ALE--Llvlng room and bed
room.furnlture. B. F. Groeue, Lam
FOR BALE Black Mlnorea egg
for setting, $1.36 for 13. Leave or
ders at Bather's store, ltfo
FOR BALE Choice eggs for
hatching. Pure bred white Leghorn
Wycoff strain, excellent layers. Loum.
orders now at Thompson's Furniture
FOR BALK Team of mares, har
ness and wagon. Address W. N.
Ray, Laldlaw, Oro. 52tf
FOR BALE All tho tlrao. good
horses, good cows, harness, wagons,
etc. J. M. Judd, tho auctioneer, tltr
FOR BALE Tobacco at cut
price. Star and Horseshoo 46c lb.
Bend Cash Grocery, oast of depot. 4flt
FOR BALE All kinds of rough
and dressod lumber, at Anderson
Bros, sawmill half xay botwoen Bond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumnlo road,
Ronsonablo prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $3 por M. Tolophono. 19tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Bmnll onon fano watch..
muiu unci ureen onainel floiir-de-lyH
mi nncK, urngon pin attached
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FLOUR (made in Rend) 40 lb. sack $1.25
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Potutoi's Per Cwt H .7B Dried Pwiehe No. 1! Grade, per Lb., , . 10c
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LEADING EATS STORE OF BEND
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