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THR BRND nCIitiKTIK, BKND, OUR., WEDNESDAY, Artflfc J, 114,
THfe BEND BULLETIN
(PnblMied Every Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor nnd Publisher.
ROBERT W. SAWYER
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho squnro donl, clean busi
ness, clean polities nnd tho best In
terests of Bond nnd Central Oregon.
Terr worth while field for farm do
vclopment has been touched upon,
nnd one thnt tuny prolltnbly bo fol
Uno yonr. ....'..... $1.60
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able to Bend Bulletin.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2J, 1914.
Bend people nro glad to havo K.
N. Brown returned itn deputy asses
sor for thin territory. During tho
past yonr thoro hns been less com
plaint hero regarding wrongful as
sessment or unrnlr grading of value
than ever lieforo. Under Assessor
Foster the work seems to progress
justly nnd In a businesslike maimer."
rOU COUNTY SURVEYOR.
I hereby announce myself ns n
cnmlldnto for tho Republican nomi
nation for county stirvoyor, subject
to the approval of the Republican
vuters nt tho primary to bo hold on
1-10 Adv. R. L. BREWSTER.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho otllco of Sheriff of Crook ooun
ty, subject to the notion of tho Demo
cratic voters nt the primary election
May 15th. 1914. E. L. Mllner, Ma
dras, Oregon. Adv. 7-9
QUESTIONS TOR SPRINGER.
In n lato lssuo one of the papers
of Crook county asked. "Vhi.t has
becomo of the Springer column?" So
far ns The Bend Bulletin Is concerned
wc answer that nothing has happened
to It; it Is still open for the use of
Judge Springer whenever he thinks
ho is not getting all the spaco he de
servos in the county papers. It will
take two to keep the column nllve
however, we to furnish the space nnd
the Judge to supply the copy.
Recent Indications suggest that
Judge Springer Is no longer without
means to get himself before the peo
ple In print, nor so nnxlous as for
merly to let all the people know
what he Is doing. Our new Prlne
vlllo contemporary suggests cartoon
wise, thnt It Is ready to publish nil
the court house news but so far has
not favored Its readers with a single
morsel while the Judge's letter to In
surance Commissioner Ferguson,
published exclusively fin tho Dos-,
ohutes Valley Tribune, was apparent
ly kept n secret from all but that fa
vored organ nnd we doubt if lis cir
culation Is such as to aseuro the read
ing of tho letter by many voters. In
order that a larger number may re
fresh themselves again with a char
acteristic Springer letter we repub
lish H in full.
.! Considering the time the Judge
took to make his answer it might be
supposed that he would turn out
something with meaning, and with
argument clearly stated, but In the
present enfeebled condition of our
brain we cannot find It. We are anx
ious for light on there clouded mat
ters and desirous of passing on such
gleams as they come to us. Perhaps
further Invitation to uso the Springer
er column may bring forth some-
At any rato we mean to try for It
and accordingly wo renew our invi
tation to our county judge to use the
columns of The Bulletin to set hlpu
selftorth to the couatv. In partic
ular we ask that be enlighten us onH
this Ferguson letter by answering
What specifically are tho errors
and misstatements contained in Mr.
Richardson's report? What Indus
tries were represented at the "mass
meeting of about 100?" Who Is the
custodian ot the tax rolls? What
specifically is the oritlcism of Ball
"calculated to convey the idea that
Ball's statements were generally un
true?" What specifically Is the ne
rlet f any officials in reepeet to the
tex rolls? What are the Irregular
ities noted In Mr. Bail's report
"which are regarded as such by our
county attornev?" On what the
statement based that Mr. Richardson
is an avowed enemy of Ball's? What
were tho recommendations on whch
Ball was employed? Who were the
business men of the county who
eonirrndd him? Who were the
Portland Arms who reeommondcxl
him? What, in your opinion, are the
extravagances and irreg u I a r 1 1 1 e
which are responsible for high taxes
What Instructions did you give Mr.
Ball as to lining up "the offices" for
Mr. Ferguson's system? Did you or
he consult the insurance department
at any time in respect to the uniform
Judge Springer, will you answer
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I beg to nnnounco mysolf na n can
didate to succeed mysolf ns county
treasurer, subject to tho approval of
the Republican voters of Crook coun
ty at the primary election on Mny 1.
1-10 Adv. R. I.. JORDANN
tho primary election May IB,
3-10 AdV, R. II. DAYLHY.
I beg to announce myself ns n enn
dldnto to succeed myself an sheriff,
subject to tho approval ot tho Re
publican voters of Orook county nt
the primary election on May in.
3-10 Adv, FRANIC MUCINS.
FOR STATU REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby announce myself na n can
didate for election as n representative
In tho Oregon Legislature front tht
district, subject to, the approval of
the Democratic voter at the primary
election to bu held May 1 5.
3-U Adv. P. 11. RENTER.
Send US YOUR ORDERS for
OV CAN REDITE your cost of living by ordering your groceries from us, Our
guarantee protects you. You take no risk; any goods not satisfactory may bthV'-
turuetl ami your money will be promptly refunded to you. Seeing is believing and
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
FOR COUNTY v. i,EHK.
To the Voters of Crook County:
I hereby announce myself as n can
didate to succeed myself to the ollloe
of county clerk, subject to tho appro
val ot tho Democratic voters of Crook
county at tho prtmnry uleotion to bo
held May 15.
1-10 Adv. WARRE.UiKWN.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby announce myself as n can
didate for re-election ns n represen
tative In tho Oregon Legislature from
this district, subject to tho approval
ot the Republican voters at tho pri
mary election to be held May 16.
VERNON A. FORBES. 2-11 Adv.
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heading nt the rnto or ONE CENT A
WORD ruch Insertion. Cash in list
ncconipntiy alt ortlera from pci-Hotm
not having n regular account vtltli
Tho Bulletin. No advertisement Ink-
for less than tft cents each Insertion.
WANTED Work by the day. Mrs.
Howe. Up 7
WANTED Girl for general house
work., Mrs. Herbert K. Allen. Mf
.WANTED Farmer with ton ma
who will put crop In Irrigated laud,
taking payment In part of crop, I). J.
Finn, Ten Bar ranch, Bond.
WANTED A girl or wdmnn for
general house work. For particulars
phone or write to .Mrs. O. C. Curd
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself as n can
didate for the office 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.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for tho office of Sheriff of
Crook county subject to tho approval
ot the Democratic voters nt the com
In nrltrnrles, May 16. 1914.
3-10 Adv. E B. KNOX, Post, Or.
FOR RENT Good 4 room houso
nnd ncre lot ono block from deot.
Excellent chnnco for gardening. In
quire Ed. Hrosterhcis. Itf
FOR RENT Small houso partly
furnished, $6 n month; nlso tent
house adjoining. Near depot. In
quire nt Bulletin. 49tf
FOR RENT Offices on Wnll street
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
cated. Electric lights nnd water.
Suitable for housekeeping. Cheap.
Apply Bulletin Office
FOR RENT Largo storo, modern
front. Good location. Apply to F.
O. Minor, Deschutes Bank. !7tf
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for ro-electlon as county commission
er of Crook county subject to Uie ap
proval ot the Republican voters nt
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS.
AN EXPENSIVE BARGAIN.
Three weeks ago a Sweedlsh girl
In Bend sent to Chicago for some
medicine she saw advertised in a
newspaper. The medicine was ad
vertised to cure nearly everything.
It cost 12.00 for a dozen bottles. The
Impression was given that the price
Included delivery here.
A weok ago the medicine arrived.
The express bill was 95 cents.
Far Ave days the girl poured the
stuff into her. The worse she felt
the more she drank. For, said she,
is it not advertised to cure every
thing? Finally a person of more ex.
perlence persuaded her to abandon
what was left of tho dozen bottles.
Two days later she was well again.
The lessons ara obvious. -Mall or
der advertising is apt to be crooked:
she paid half agal.i as much ns rhe
expected to. Cheap patent medicines
are usually fakes; she found that to
her sorrow. She now realizes that
the right course is to have a local
doctor per8cribe for her, nnd to buy
her medicines from local drug stores,
who stand by their wares.
The same moral applies to most
other things bartered by mall order
The article written by A. O. Wal
ker about the possibilities of raining
sheep on farms is well worth reading.
The auther Is a man of experience.
He ia )n no way a theorist. Having ac
tually tried what he recommends, his
advice Is worth considering seriously,.
And' there seem no doubt that a
President Wood row Wilson
Vico President. .Thomas R. Marshall
Secretary of State W. J. Bryan
Secretary of Navy . . Joscphus Daniels
Secretary of War . . . . L. M. Garrison
Secretary of Interior . . . .F. K. Lane
Secretary Agriculture D. F. Houston
Secretary of Treaaury . W. F. McAdo
Secretary Commerce . . W. C. Redfleld
Secretary ot Labor . . . . W. B. Wilson
Attorney General ..Jas. McReynolds
Postmaster General .Albert Burleson
Governor Oswald West
Secretary of Stato . . . . it. W. Olcott
Treasurer Thos. II. Ka
Atty General A. M. Crawford
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
State printer . . . . R. A. Harris
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. Hon
Game Warden W. L. Flnle)
State Engineer ...... John H. Lowii
United States Senators
Georgo E. Chamborlaln
Harry W. Lane
Congressmen A. W. Lafferty
...,......,. .N, S. olnnott
W. A. Hawley
Circuit Court Judge W. L. Rradahaw
District Attorney ......W. II. WIrtz
County Judge O. Springer
Clerk Warren Brown
Sheriff Frank Elklm
Treasurer Ralph Jordan
Assessor H. A. Foster
School Supt J. E. Myers
Coroner P. B. Polndexter
Surveyor Fred A. Rice
Commissioners R. H Bayiey
Willis W. Brown
Circuit Meets first Monday In
September and December and second
Monday In March.
Probate Mcots first Monday In
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday in January, March, May, July,
September, November and Decombor.
Rend School BUtrlrt No. 12.
Directors F. M. Ray, Chmn
.J, N, Huntor
Clyde M. McKay
Clerk H. J. Overturf
City of Jleiid.
Mayor H. A. Miller
Keoorder II. C Ellis
Treasurer Mary E. Coleman
Chief of Police 8. E. Holim
City attorney V. A. Forbes
City Engineer ....George 8. Young
City physician Dr. U. C. Coe
Councilmen H. E. Allen
A. S. Collins
M. D. Knutsen
...,,.,..,. J. D. Davidson
E. A. Bather
Justices of tho Peace
North Bend Precinct. . . . J. A. EasteB
South Bend Precinct. ,H. J. Overturf
FOR SALE Young cow, giving
more than gallon at a milking, $70.
J. II. Shouse. 7p.
FOR SALE Doublo harneaa, roan
Durham milk cow. Cash or bank
able note. C. R. Powotson, Sisters,
FOR SALE Two black Jerseys,
ono now milking, other Just fresh
ened. Also pigs. F. II. Pinkstaff 7-8p
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE 40 acres
Irrigated land, price -$C00. Only 7
miles onst- of Bend on county road,
trees nil over tho land. Addrhss S.
Murasakl, Box 66, Bond. Stf
FOR SALE Tent, 12x14 with
lumber. Prlco choap.Inu.uiro Bulle
FOR SALE Ono 4 months old
registered Jersey bull; also ono two
year old Jersey, almost full blood. D.
J. Finn, Ten Bar ranch, Bend. Stf
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red
baby chicks. 16 conta each. Write
or phone Mrs. K. 8, Cast, Deschutes,
FOR SALE 14xlC tent with lum
ber addition roofed with rubberold.
Electric lights, porcelain sink, pan
try, closet, otc Apply at Bulletin of
FOR SALE The 8EV4 Section 3 4
Township 23 South. Range 12 E. Has
about 3 million yollow pine. Addresa
R. A. Rose, Box 103, Sumner, Wash
ington. 4-7 p
FOR SALE OR TRADE For good
young stock oows, C teams good work
horses from 1200 to 1400 pounds,
ono team mules, also ono 4 year old
full blooded Guornsey milch cow,
freshened March 7. Phone Stanley
Ranch Co. 2 tf
FOR SALE Living room and bed
room furniture. E. F. Greene, Larn
FOR SALE Black Minorca eggs
for setting, $1.2fi for 13, Leave or
ders at Bather's storo. life
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barr
ed Rock eggs for hatching, $1 per
setting. R. Bartlett at .Metropoli
tan. 6 tf
Old llollnblo Whlto River Flour,
per Bbl. (47 Hacks) 9.1.00
Golden Crown Flour per Bbl., .gl.Tn
Bend Blue Stem Flour pur Bbl. 9I.7A
Portland prices on (lour, per
200 Lbs. shipping weight nt tlOc.
per 100 Lbs. Is $1.20 cents,
you aavo 91.0.1
Fruit or berry sugar per 100
Portland price on augnr ijU.o.l
10R Lb. nhlpplng weight OOo, per
nui i.tm., (in cents, you save. . . iSc
10 Lb. Simon Pure Lurd 9l.no
Portland prlco 9t.no
Mm save the freight.
12 10 ox. Carnation milk 91.10
Portland price 91.10.
12 10 ox. cans Yelohau milk , 91,00
Portland price 91.0.1.'
1 case, 2 dot. Del Monte Solid
Pack Tomntoos, our price. . .9-.N.1
Portland price 9-.H.1 per case.
GB Lb, nhlpplng weight, 00 cents
per lQQ.Lbt)., freight 30 conta,
you aavo .atlr.
9 Lb. sack Rolled Oats ,10c.
. . . Portland price r.oe.
2 10 Lb, sacks Farina, our prlco. 7.1c.
Portland price Hoc, heHlilea jon avi
1 medium slzo can Crlsco .1.1c.
Portland prlco (10c.
1 medium site can Cottoleno. . . .70c.
Portland prlc 7.1c.
3 pnekagea Corn Ftakiw -SMc.
2 paukagoH Grape Nuts '.Me.
1' pneknge Olympic Pnuonku
2 pnokugen Violet OutM. ....... .'Mv
1 package Columbia Wheat. . .Hoc
1 package Columbia OrU Hoc.
3 Lb. can Cleveland Baking
fj Lb. can Cleveland Baking
Powder . .JM.
1 Lb. can Crescent Baking Pow
3 Lb. can Croecunt Baking Pow
S Lb. oiin Creaeent Baking Pow
W Lb. can MehtlllngH Baking
6 Lb. can Schillings Unking Pon
1 case, X dot. Sugar Corn gu.ttn
1 cane, 2 dot. Sugar Pens st.M.1
1 cum, 2 doi. Cut String Beans. 9-.0.1
1 en, 2 doc. Standard Hiring
Henna 9- -'1
Hams, Eastern Sugar Cured, Lb. "le.
10 to IS Lb, llaeou iilc.
10 to 12 Lbs. Ilncon 12 1 r.
Picnic llnius, Sugar Cured, per
Dry Salt Pork, per Lb 1 7 lie.
Pink Beans, small lots, per lb....7r.
White Beans, small lots, per lb.. .7c.
Limn Beans, small lots, per In... .He,
Bnyo Beans, smalt lots, per lb.. . .7c.
Rex Blend Coffee, per lb.. . . . .'.Mf.
I'. B. Blend Coffee, per lb 110c.
E. B. Blend Coffee, pur lb.. . .lilt Lite.
Caracole or I'otihorry Coffee, per
lb till I .ile. ,
3 pound ami Plwiz-iill Coffee. . .91.00
3 iKiuinl win American Club Cof
fee 91.00 t
1 A Gun Powder Ten, pur It. . .tloc,
1 II Gun Powder Tea. per Hi., .floe.
1- C Gun Powder Ten, per lb.- Me.
Same grade teas lit Jnpuu and
2fi Lb. Imix choice Dried Apples. 9U.no t
2ft Lb. box Fancy Dried Prune vtt.AU
2ft Lb. box Choice Peaches. . . .tt.tt.1
2A Lb. box Fancy HeedlHH ItuU- .
26 Lb. box IN Hey Black Figs. . .Htt.U.1
2ft Lb. box Paney White Fig. Stt.AO
1 No. 10 can Pore with Town-
tow I Of.
X can for 7.1c.
I No. S can Apple n.v.
1 No. 10 can IWrnt Peach. . . ,10c.
1 No, S can I'lunin a.le.
1 box 100 bar White Hoap 9l.'.'fl
3 large bur Ivory Aoap U.le.
1 large package Citrus Washing
1 large package Gold Dual
Washing Powder 'J.lc.
I lnrgM paukngo I'mullne Wash
ing Powder 'Me,
1 large package Uorax Chips
3 rans Uvo itfr. ,
3 package !lo Starch 'J.V.
3 packagtM Corn March -Me.
PRICKS SUBJECT TO SUDDEN OR UNEXPECTED ADVANCES IN THE MARKET. WE CARRY A COM
PLKTK AND Ul' TO DATE LINK OF NOTHING BUT GROCERIES. WK WANT YOUR GROCERY BUSINESS
AND YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO SEND AWAY ll)R YOUR LIVING NKCIJSSITIKS WHKN YOU CAN BUY THEM
AT HOME SO MUCH CHEAPER. YOU OWE IT TO YOUR FAMILY TO SAVE THAT DIFFERENCE. YOl It
FIRST DUTY IS TO YOURSELF AND F.VMILV. THE SAVING YOU MAKE IN BUYING FROM US WILL EN
ABLE YOU TO BUY MANY LUXURIES THAT YOU OTHERWISE COULD NOT AFFORD. WK GUARANTEE
EVERY PURCHASE .MADE FROM US TO BE ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY AND OUR GUARANTEE IS A
W. C. McCUISTON lSil
FOR SALE -Cholco eggs for
hatching. Pure bred whlto Leghorn
Wycoff strain, excellent layers. Leave
orders now at Thompsons Furniture
FOR SALE Team of mares, har
ness and wagon. Address W. N.
Ray, Laldlaw, Oro. S2tf
FOR SALE Tobacco nt cut
prices. Star nnd Horseshoo 4Ec lb.
Bend Cash Grocery, eastot depot. 40t
FOR SALE All kinds of rough
and drciiod lumbur, nt Andorson
Bros, sawmill half xay between Bond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumalo road.
Reasonable prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Delivering to Bend or Laid
law $2 per M. Telephone. 19tf
FOR SALE Home cured hams
and bacon. P. II, Dencer. C-7p
FOR SALE Fine horse, buggy
and harness. Inquire of Shriuer &
Huoy bakery. Wall atreet. Otfc
FOR SALE Tho fixture In the
old bakory location on Wall street.
See Shrlner & lluey. Otf c
FOR SALE Cattle by Mitt Conch
4 A mllea north west of Laldlaw. ti-7p
FOR SALE Three Jersey cows,
also wagon and harness. G, W. Sny
der, 3 mllea south and west of Lald
law. . Ott
FOR HALE Bronze turkey ogga.
Leave or-Jira at the L. A. Shnw fed
ntoro, or address Mlsa Letle Bonn,
R. F. D. No. 1. 4
FOR BALE S aerea undo ditch
partly cleared, 1 Va miles north of
Bend. Reasonable torpid, inquire
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND Watch. Ownor can havo
an mo by proving property nt Bulle
tin office and paying for this no
JLP j SlJj jlIl JP
the Prettiest, Whitest, Lighted and
Bet Tabling Bread That Can be
made, Housewives are now mak
ing from the FLAG Brand Flour
Shuey's Cash Grocery
LEAD1NQ EATS STORE OF BEND
KENWOOD GARDEN'S Joins Kcimnoit on tho West.
NEARLY EVERY LOT COMMANDS A VIEW OF THE
TOWN, RIVER AND MOUNTAINS. WATER FOR DO.
MKKTIC USE IS BEING PIPED TO THE LOTS NOW.
THE LOTS VARY IN SIZE AS FOLLOWS! fiOtUOO, .1(l.
:i(IO AND lOOtlU.1,
Prices from $75 to $175
TERMS: 9IO.00 CASH AND EASY MONTHLY PAY
MENTS ON THE lt.LN( i:, 7 PER CENT INTEREST
ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS.
HERE ARE SOME REASONS WHY M)TS IN KEN.
WOOD GARDENS AT THE I'KICES QUOTED ABOVE
IS THE BEST INVESTMENT ON THE MARKET, BE
CAUSE KENWOOD GARDENS IS ONLY TEN BLOCKS
FROM THE BUSINESS CENTER OF BENDj BECAUSE
EVERY M)T COMMANDS A GOOD VIEWt BECAUSE
THE LOTS ARE LARGER THAN ANY MTS ON THE
MARKET: BECAUSE WATER IS PIPED TO THE LOTS;
BECAUSE THE PRICES ARE n PER CENT LESS
THAN ANY OTHER THE SAME SIZE AND THE SAME
DISTANCE FROM THE BUSINESS CENTER OF BEND:
BECAUSE THE TERMS' ARE THE EASIEST.
Henkle Ryan i.
Of IT Goods are
JKJ 1 Going fast
Make Your Selections Early
A. L. HUNTER