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TIIK BEND BULLETIN, I1END, ORE,, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1B14,
THE. &END BULLETIN
(Published Every Wctlnesdny)
GEORGE) PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher. .
ROBERT W. SAWYER
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J. A. EASTES, ES?B
WEDNESDAY, APRIL S, 1!U4.
THE GENERAL OUTLOOK.
Somebody onco said tho darkest
hour Is Just before the down. While
we da not anticipate nuy Immediate
burst of sunr'se. bo far as commer
cial development Is concerned, tho
present rather easv going state of af
fairs gives opportunity to cast up
accounts with Pamo Fortune. Tak
en all In all, tho result Is decidedly
On tho broad seas of national busi
ness the outlook Is brightening. The
uncertainties of the pending legis
lation have passed. Tno new tnrirr,
Income tax and banking laws have
gone into effect. Nothing awful has
happened: In truth, so far as general
business Is concerned, no far reach
ing effects, good or bad aro appar
ent. In other words, the decks of
commercial life are cleared, the sails
are Bet, a favorable breeze Is blowing
and a prosperous passage Is assured.
relative to tho caro of soil and gen
eral fertilizing, which was supplied
you by the Oregon Agricultural col
logo. Wo hope wo may havo more In
formation along those lines. Hut I
desire to mention the fact that the
college seems to have beon very slow
In tho matter. The request for tho
information was mado In early Janu
ary and we had to wait about two
months for a reply. I havo heard
many similar complaints from far
mers who havo mado direct Inquiries
somo of which wore totally Ignored.
It seems to mo thnt If tho collego Is
to fulfill Its function In this rcgnrd,
mora attention should bo paid to
answering queries from farmers.
Very truly yours,
Ucnd, April 4. R. E. GRIMES.
Completo line of baseball goods at
Skuso Hardware Company. Adv.
tached was taken from tho sidewalk
in front of our stores. Tho person
who did this is known ami ho ts here
by wnmod to return our property at
onco or hnvo his name published nnd
other action taken. It. M. Smith
Clothing Co. Patterson Drue Co.
Why haven't you registered?
Locally, there is nothing disturb
ing, and much that It heartening,
about the outlook. "Things havo
been quiet:" granted. But tho best Is
yet to come.
The crop outlook for Central Ore
gon was never brighter: nmplo mois
ture, an early spring nnd an Increas
ed acrcnge Insuro good production.
The railroads may or mar not
butld probably not from present in
dications, whichever they do. Hend
and Central Oregon Is advantaged.
If Bend remains the terminal, we aro
benefitted, because of the business
which centers here. If the roads go
on. an outlet to the south would be
vastly beneficial, especially to lum
bering Interests, and location upon
an Important transcontinental road
would enhance tho town's Import
once. Never before has the timber out
look been brighter. By the trans
actions of the last six months nil the
pinelands of this portion of Central
Oregon have been blocked up by their
various owners, so that the big com
panies are ready to undertake mill
ing whenever conditions warrant.
Freight rates havo been arranged
satisfactorily to all concerned. An
Improvement of eastern and middle
western markets alone Is required
to Insure mills here, and the con
stant betterment in national condi
tions assures such an improvement
The wool outlook for Central Ore
gon was never better. A creamery,
of very direct benefit to farmers, Is
assured. Those who have put many
thousands of dollars In Bend before,
are Investing more thousands. Cred
itable new buildings are rising.
"Wo need a payroll." How often
is that cry heard! Of course we do.
Wo need a larger payroll and the
same statement will hold good for
hundreds of years, for never will
there be a time when a greater pay
roll would not bo welcome. But Just
now It would be well to compare
Bend's list of employments for labor
with the payrolls of other towns of
similar size. Unhesitatingly we say
more money Is paid to labor here
than In any town of Bend's popula
tion In the Northwest. The lumber
mills are running to capacity. Agri
cultural labor is In demand. Road
nnd other construction work Is belns
done. And, especially, the State Is
spending, and will spend all summer,
thousands of dollars each month on
the Tumalo Project dollars which
benefit Bend more than any other
community, and Issure Incomes for
every farmer in tho vicinity of tho
KinilTH GRADE FINAL EXAMINA
TION. May 7th nnd 8th, 1914. Thursdny
Physiology, Reading. Geography,
History nnd Civil Government.
Friday Grammar. Writing, Spell
ing, Arithmetic and Agriculture.
Adv. 5-7c J. E. MYERS, Co. Supt.
LA PINK .MEN IN TOWN.
C. F, Cnrmlchnel, J. F. Iloguo and
editor Arnold of tho m Pino Intor
Mountaln were In town Monday get
ting Information from tho local for
estry olllco In respect to tho coming
land eliminations and tho ro-wlth-drawnls.
It Is understood thnt there
Is considerable feeling In tho country
to the south over tho large amounts
of laud that havo beon re-wlthdrawn
for alleged reclamation purposes.
WE ARK NOW SHOWING THE Mil)
HUMMER STVLEH. CALL AND MEM
THE -NEW WATTEAU SHAPES
WITH HIGH BANDEAU TRIM. THE
Mrs. S. Mcintosh
WALL AND MINNESOTA HTUNHTH'
Advert lnomciits Inserted under tlili
heading; nt the rate of ONE CENT A
WORD each liiMrtlou. Ciwtli limit
ncvoiupnny nil o it I or from pcrxms
not having n regular account with
Tho Bulletin. No itdvcrtlNcmcnt Ink
for less tluiii 1." cent eiu'li Insertion.
McKEN'ZIE ROAD SURVEY.
Tho work of surveying the McKcn
zlo road will be begun by tho Forest
Service ns soon as the snow is molt
ed sufficiently to permit a crew to
take the Held. According to Forest
Supervisor Merrltt this survey will be
a comprehensive one covering all
work to be done to complete tho road.
For construction work $500 has been
set asldo by tho Forest Service and
an equal amount promised by tho
county court, all of which will be
spent this summer. Nono of this
fund win go into the survey nor win
charges be made against It for super
vision, the whole amount being used
for actual construction.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
I hereby announce myself ns a
candidate for tho Republican noml
nntlon for county surveyor, subject
to tho approval of tho Republican
voters nt tho primary to bo held on
1-10 Adv. R. L. BREWSTER.
Children' Disease Very Prevalent.
Whooping cough Is about every
where. Measles and scarlet fever al
most ss bad. Use Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for Inflamed throats
and coughing. Mrs. I. C. Hostler,
Grand Island, Nebr., Bays: "My threo
children had severe attntiks of
whooping cough and a very few doses
of Foley's Honey nnd Tar gave great
relief.". Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
Mrs Ashley Forrest will take a
limited number of pupils In piano and
voice. Home Studio. 5-9 p
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I beg to announco myiolf as a can
dldato to succeed myself as county
troasurer. subject to tho approval of
tho Republican voters of Crook coun
ty at tho primary election on Mny 1ft.
1-10 Adv. R. J,. JORDAN.
For Lilly's seeds see Skuso Hard
ware Company. Adv.
On the night of Mondav, March 30,
a CO foot cotton hose with nozzle at-
FOR COUNTY vi.KKK.
To tho Voters of Crook County:
I hereby announco myself as n can
didate to succeed myself to tho olllco
of county clerk, subject to the appro
val of the Democratic voters of Crook
county at tho nrtmnry ulertion to bo
hold May IS.
1-10 Adv. WARRE. BROW N.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I horeby announco mysolf as n can
didate for re-election ns a represen
tative In tho Oregon Legislature from
this district, subject to tho aiinrovnl
of the Republican voters nt tho pri
mary election to be held May 15.
VERNON A. FORBES. 2-11 Adv.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announco myself as a can
didate for the offlco of county com
missioner of Crook county, subject
to tho approval of tho Democratic
voters nt tho primary election.
E. W. RICHARDSON. 2-11. Adv.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Mrs. Herbert E. Allen. Rtf
WANTBD Farmers with teams
who will put crop In Irrigated laud,
taking payment In part of crop. 1). J.
Finn, Ton Hnr ranch, Bond.
WANTED Information concern
ing white settur dog who strayed
from Bend last week. Please write
or phono Tho Bulletin. 5tf
WANTED Sotting lions. Irn II.
Fox, 2 miles east of town, on Deynr-
inond place on Bend-Burns road. 4 -6c
WANTED A girl or woman for
general houso work. For particulars
phono or write to Mrs, O. C. Card
W A N TED Kxporloncod book
keeper open for position. Lumber
nqd grain uxporlouee. Will consid
er anything. Good references. Inquire
Bulletin. 4. Up.
- j-1, mjui u.-jr-
A. J. BOLSTER
Will Speak at the
ItapUfct Church, Bend
At 8 P. M. on
Friday, April 17.
In short, "watchful waiting" needs
to be a Bend policy. And during tho
"waiting there Is no need to grumble,
for Fortune Is being kind to us. If
we but realize it. And tho best Is
yet to come.
Delegate to the County Conven
tion nt Redmond will be nomi
nated t tlicfce meeting.
L. I). WIKST, Committeeman,
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for tho office of Sheriff or
Crook county subject to tho approval
of the Democratic voters nt the com
ing primaries, May IS, 1914.
3-10 Adv. E D. KNOX, Post, Or.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as count commission
er of Crook county subject to the ap
proval or tno jtepuuiican voters at
the primary election May 15.
3-10 Adv. It. II. BAYLEY.
FOR RENT Improved 40 acre
farm ono mllo from depot of Bond.
See Vernon A. Forbes. 4Cc
FOR RENT Good 4 room houso
and acre lot quo block from drxit.
Excellent chance for gardunlng. In
quire Ed, Brosterhous, Itf
FOR RENT Small houso partly
furnished. $5 a month; also tent
houso adjoining. Near depot. In
quire at Bulletin. 4W
FOR RENT Offices on Wall street
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Offlco.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
cntcd. Elcctrla lights and writer.
Sultablo for housekeeping. Choap.
Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT 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 6. Township 18,
known ns tho 8mytho place. For
particulars, addross J, W. Howies,
caro Greenough Bros,, Spoknne,
Washington, 3-5 c
venr old Jersey, almost full blood, D.
J, Finn, Ten llnr ranch, Bend. Mf
FOR SALE Rhodo Island Red
bnby ehloks. 1.1 cents each. Write
or phono Mrs. K. S. Cast, Deschutes,
Oregon. 5-1 Op
FOR SALE 1 range, heater, 1
rocker, sanitary couches, chairs, li
brary table, 2 small tables, beds,
springs nnd mattresses, dressers,
wash stand, kitchen cabinets., riiKs.
Inqiilro Bulletin ettleo. fitf
FOR SALE Good second hand
bnby buggy. Mrs. Herburt E, Al
FOR 8ALE R. I. Red cockerels,
$2 a piece. R. I. Red eggs for hatch
ing, 75 cents per setting of 13, 15
per 100, Indian runner duck eggs,
II per sotting of 11. Mrs. Hoscoo
Howard, Deschutes. 4-Bp
FOR SALE 11x10 tent with In in-
her addition roofed with ruhhnrold.
Electric lights, porculnln sink, pan
try, closet, etc. Apply nt Bulletin of
FOR SALE Tho SKVi Section 34
Township 23 South. Hnngn 13 E. Hits
nhout 3 million yellow pine. Address
R, A. Rose, Box 103, Sumner, Wash
ington. 4-7 p
FOR SALE OR TRADE For good
young stock cows, 0 tennis good work
horses from 1200 to 1400 pounds,
ono team mules, also ono 4 year old
full blooded Guernsey milch cow,
freshened March 7. Phono Stanley
Rnnoh Co, 2 tf
FOR RALE Living room and bed
room furniture. K. F. Greene, Lara
FOR 8ALK Black Minorca eggs
for setting, $1.25 for 13. Leave or-
dors at Sathor's store. Itfc
FOR 8ALH Thoroughbred Barr
ed Rock uggs for hatching, $1 xr
setting. R. Hurtled ut Metropoli
tan. 4 5 tr
FOR HA Lit aiiulco eggs for
hatching. I'uru bred while Leghorn
Wyeoff strain, excellent layers. Lonvw
orders now nt Thompson's Furniture)
FOR HA LIS Team of mares, har
ness and wnKOti. Address W. N.
Ray, Laldlaw, Ore, fiitf
FOR HALE All tho time, goo.l
homos, good cows, harness, wagons,
eto. J, M. Juilil, tho auctioneer, Bltf
FOR HALE Tobacco nt cut
prlcm. Star and Horsi-slioo 4 Re lb,
Bond Cash Grocury, east of depot. 4Ut
FOR HALE All kinds or rough
nnd dressed lumUtr, nt Anderson
Bros, sawmill half way botween Rem!
and Laldlaw, on old Tumnlo road.
Reasonable prices, rough lumbar $10
per M. Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $2 per M. Telephone. lOtf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOUT Small open face watrh.
Gold a'ud Green enniuel flour-do.lyn
on bnok. Dragon pin attuehml. Re
ward for return to Bulletin, 4-ft
TAKEN UP 17 miles above IIohiI.
sorrel tnnre, branded M on left hip.
Owner mny havo her by paying,
charges. C. L, Smith, I miles out an
Prluovlllo road. R-f.p
L08T Whlta setter dog. Has ool
tar. One ear dark marking ami
dark spots show faintly over body.
Please phono or write concerning hi
whereabouts to Tho Bulletin of
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE 8mlth Premier type
writer No, 2, for snddle horse or oth
er article of equal value. Inquire
TO TRADE For good truo 1200
pound horse, ono with 2J4 Inch wa
gon.! Also team small mules with
spring wagon and harness for sale,
$160.00 cash. P. B. Johnson, Mllll
can P. O, 3 tf
I beg to announco mysolf as a can
didate to succeed myself ns sheriff,
subject to tho approval of the Re
publican voters of Crook county nt
the primary election on May 15.
3-10 Adv. FRANK ELKIN8.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby announco mysolf as n can
didate for election ns a representative
In tho Oregon Legislature from this
district, subject to tho approval or
tno Democratic voters at tho primary
election to bo held May 15.
3-11 Adv. I'. II. DENCER.
The Prlnevlllo Review has chang
ed hands, and name. Mrs. A. H.
Kennedy' sold the proporty to Charles
O. Pollard, and the paper now ap
ars under the tltlo of "Tho Prlne
vlllo News." It Is understood a num
ber of merchants havo contributed to
ward tho purchase of the prop
erty, taking stock In tho concorn. Mr.
Pollard was formerly In tho abstract
business in Prlnevllle, and at ono
time was a candidate for county
judge. As n new member of the
editorial fratornlty wo wish him good
luck, and trust he may escape the
trials and tribulations that usually
visit the management of a newspaper
with many stockholders in a small
O. A. C. SLOW.
To the Editor:
Many farmers 1n this
wero treat lv benefitted liv the article
recently published In The Bulletin
the Prettiest, Whitest, Lightest and
Best Tasting Bread that can be
made, Housewives are now mak
ing from the FLAG Brand Flour
Shuey's Cash Grocery
LEADING EATS STORE OF BEND
FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 acres
Irrigated land, prfco $600, Only 7
miles east of Bend on county road,
trees all over tho land. Address H.
Murasakl, Box 55, Bend. 5tf
FOR HALE Tent. 12x14 with
lumber. Price cheap, Inqulro Bulle
FOR SALE A No. ono toam steel
gray horses 7 and 8 years old, weight
2C0O pounds, apply to Bulletin. Mc
FOR HALE Ono team mares, 5
and 0 years old, doublo harnew, 3
Inch Schuttler wagon, ronn Durham
milk cow. Cash or bankablo noto.
O. R. Powolson, Slstors, Oregon. 6-Cc
FOR HALE Ono 4 months old
registered Jersey bull; also ono two
KENWOOD GARDENS Joins Kenwood on the Wet.
NEARLY KVKUY LOT COMMANDS A VIEW OF THE
TOWN, RIVER AM) MOUNTAINS. WATER FOR IK).
MK8TIC USE IN BEING PIPED TO THE LOTH NOW.
THE LOTH VARY IN SIZE AH FOLM)W8: nOiiiOO, not
:tO AND UHlxtiM,
Prices from $75 to $175
TEILMS: 1 0.00 CASH AND EASY MONTHLY PAV.
MENTH ON THE BALANCE, 7 PER CENT INTEREST
ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS.
HERE ARE SOME REASONS WHY LOTH IN KEN.
W(K)I) GARDENS AT THE PRICES QUOTED ABOVE
IS THE BEST INVESTMENT ON THE MARKET, BE
CAUSE KENWOOD GARDENS IS ONLY TEN BLOCKS
FROM THE BUSINESS CENTER OF BENDt BECAUSE
EVERY LOT COMMANDS A GOOD VIEU'l BECAUSE
THE M)TH ARE LARGER THAN ANY LOTH ON THE
MARKKTt BECAUSE WATER IS PIPED TO THE LOTSl
BECAUSE THE PRICES ARE ft PER CENT LESS
THAN ANY OTHER THE SAME SIZE AND THE SAME
DISTANCE FROM THE BUSINESS CENTER OF BENDi
BECAUSE THE TERMS ARE THE EASIEST.
Going Out of Business!
Commencing Saturday, April 1 1 , my
entire stock of Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum,
Portieres, Shades, and Dishes of all kinds
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT COST.
A. L. HUNTER Oregon Street