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THE REND HULLKTIN, 11BNR, ORE., WERNKHDA MAY fl, 11)11.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
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time lluorta's situation in Mexico
City has como to bo looked upon as
very precarious nnd mengro reports
of Impending revolts have como out
from tho city.
At Vera Crux Gonornl Funston Is
In command of tho United States
troops nnd tho situation remains un
changed oxcopt that the Mexican
general. Mann, has threatened an at
tack to regain tho wntornfetaolnhsdrl
tack to regain possession of tho city's
wator works. In case the attack Is
made it Is feared that It may Ihi
necessary for tho Amerlcnn troops
to advnuco to Mexico City, which
might cause nil factions to unite un
der lluerta to flght tho Invasion.
WEDNESDAY. MAY G. 1914.
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matter of tho gravest Ira
that R. II. llayley be re-
o til co as County Commis
sioner. Rc-olectlon would be a Jus-
pee to Mr. Uaylcy, a square deal for
tho West Side, and a nttlng rebuko
to those who arc opposing him.
For tho West Sldo absoluto unity
for Mr. Uaylcy Is a necessity. If old
sores nro opened and sectional ani
mosities fanned, he will go down to
defeat. Ho Is neither a Redmond nor
a Dend nor a Sisters candidate. He la
. tho only representative the west and
south portions of the county have
among tho county officials. If ho Is
defeated tho region west of Powell
Dutte. tho homestead country In the
south, and the communities of the
southwest, will have all jtheb urdens
of taxation without representation.
Wo have nothing against Mr. Dlan
chard. From report, ho is an up
right gentleman. Hut his Intimacy
with Messrs. Lucy. Clow and Spring
er do not arguo In his favor, nor does
his apparent backing by tho Prlne
vllle Ring win any support to his
Hut why so many candidates from
I'rlnevlUoT Thirteen or tho 16 prac
tically hall from the county seat. Is
there any Justice in such a division
bf: offices? Further, Is anything to ;g ,..ss
be gained, especially by Prlnovlllo 29" !,59
itself, if the County Court Is to bo 30' ' ,55
nanaeu OTer ior goou ana an 10 a
Springer majority? Are tho voters
satisfied with tho record of tholr
Judge? Did the turmoil and back
biting of the early months of the
Springer administration, before Com
missioner Drown quit the Judge, uc
complfsh anything? "Do we want
that situation renewed, with the ma
jority of the Court at loggerheads
with all the other officials and with
most of the communities of tho coun
ty? Tho attacks on Dayley and Drown
are scurrilous, but no more contempt
abje than their authors. And as for
Drown, his friends of the North Bnd
who elected him. should rally to his
defense and to the defense of his fel
low commissioner, once and for all,
showing that they will not counte
nance the efforts of those who flght
Bayloy and Drown simply to satisfy
Tho talk about "economy" Is chlof
ly twaddle. We, too, dislike the high
taxes. Dut give the devil his due.
Neither Commissioner Bayloy nor the
County Court Is entirely to blame, or
very greatly to blame. The Cour.
as has been shown In this paper, ac
tually has to do with about 41 per
cent of tho money expended by the
co'iinty; the rest is state, school and
other expenditures. An examination
of the recent reports demonstrates
that the maintenance of all the cou 1
ty offices comprises only eight per
cent of the total county expenditures.
Dayley Is admittedly the best road
builder in the county. Ills work
Boeaks for Itself. His oxperlence In
the office, and the stand bo has taken,
deserve commendation. Ho does
what he says he will do. He strad
dles no fences. Ills very outspoken
bluffaess Is a virtue, although read
Some may dislike Dayley for per
sonal reasons. Some may feel that
their particular locality has beon
slighted. Granted that sueh objec
tions may exist, and roKanl the mat-
ter-lf you will, simply as a choice bc-f
tweon two evils. How much worw
off will all the WgstiSlde bp if a
member of tho Sprfiuyf Tgng and a
elled-ln-the-wool Em8lder gets in
APRIL WEATHER REPORT
Month Marked by High Winds on
Sundays Tciiipcnituro Varied.
The best that can be said of tho
weather for tho past month Is that it
was April weather. Thoro wero but
row warm sprlng-llko days, thoro
were occasional showers and several
days or unusually high winds. Sun
day was tho day choson 'or tho
Tho htrhest totnpor.tturo rocordod
at tho locil '.entlior jt.ttlon was ft
degrees on the 17th, tho lowest 18
on tho night or tho 28th. Tho moan
muxlmum for the mouth was 58 i
dogrees and tlw mean minimum .1)2
degrees, maklnx tho moan for the
month 44.4 degrees. Tho totnl pre
cipitation was .48 Inches and thoro
wero IS cloar days, 11 partly oloudy
and ono cloudy.
Tho dally temporuturea wero as
ANOTHER RAILROAD PLAN
With McIoIIun Scheme Appai-enlly
Dead. Itcdmond-l'ilnovlllo Up.
PRINBVILLB. May 4. PoniUtclit
report horo has It that tho MotntlUH
Prlnovlllo railroad schumo haa fin
ally ovnporntod into thin smoko and
that tho School plniiH nro "nil off."
Howotor, now comes another batch
of railroad plans, this time from Red
mond. U In staled that some prvllin
Inary survey work Is pronroMlng for
an electric lino from that town lo
this. Tho Covo Powor Company, It
Is 'Understood, nro Investigating tho
feasibility of such a project.
CONSIDER SEVIER EXTENSION
FOR COUNTY SUKVKYOH.
I heroby nnnounco myself as a
candldato for the Republican nomi
nation for county surveyor, subjoct
to the approval of the Republican
voters at tho primary to bo hold on
1-10 Adv. R. L. DREWSTER.
,Tho Prlnovlllo News at last has let
that pat out of the bag. It proven
to? ho a pole cat. or, skunk, whloh
squirts filth at others and Is loath
Tentative Plan for Mcdfutlon l Pro
posed Carranza Declines.
The developments of the week In
rogard to the Mexican situation have
not been spectacular, no fighting bav
ing occurred, and the chief interest
being centered In the plans for mediation.
As a tentative proposal the rep
resentatives of tho mediating repub
lics, Argentina, Drarll and Chile,
sujjgopt thut the United States, Car
ranza and Huerta appoint delegates
to attend a meeting to discuss plans
of settlement, Including a constitu
tional election for Mexico, and that
in thti meantime the Constitutional
ist forces declare a truco with the
Federals. Carranza declined a truco
and tho mediators tbon announced
that be could not take part In the
mediation program, In the mean-
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Shorlff of Crook coun
ty, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic voters at the primary election
May 16th. 1914. E. L. Mllnor, Ma
dras, Oregon. Adv. 7-8
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
I beg to announce myself as a can
didate to succeed myiolf as county
treasurer, subject to the spproval ol
the Republican voters of Crook coun
ty at the primary election an May 1ft
1-10 Adv. R. J JORDAN.
FOR COUNTY ..i.EHK.
To the Voters of Crook County:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate to suoced myself to the office
of county clerk, subject to tho appro
val of the Democratic voters of Crook
county at the primiry viwllon tc bo
held May 16.
1-10 Adv. WARRE UitOWN.
Question of Service for tho School
House DUvtiHftcd by Council.
Tho matter of sewage disposal
from tho new school house occupied
n largo part of tho tlmo or tho coun
cil at Its meeting last evening. A re
port 'from R. E. Koon wart rend In
which ho estimated tho cost or con
necting with the sower at f 3900 an 1
advised that If thq work was done
It bo begun at once. Tho sower com
mute wns directed to consider tho
matter nnd roport at a later meeting.
Other buslnoss Included tho pay
ment or bills and tho settlement with
G. A. Jones for damage to properly
caused by tho construction or the
sewer last summer. In connection
with tho Investigation or Its ratue as
ordored by tho council some tlmo ago,
The llond Water Light & Power Co.
submitted tho following letter to th-i
"Somo tlmo ago charges wore mada
that our rates for electricity worn
excesslvo, and tho council ordered
thhnt n complaint bo filed with the
Public Service Commission of Ore
gon. Wo understand that tho com
plaint has not been filed. Tho pur
poso of this lottcr Is to request tho
council to proceed with this mnltor.
"Wo stated at the tlmo wo Invited
an investigation, and considering
what has passod wo think It would
be only fair to tho council, and the
citizens, an well as to ourselves that
this Investigation bo proceeded with;
"Wo want to again assure the
council that this company Is trying
to bo fair la tho manner or rates and
that our rates will never lid higher
than will allow us what any Just
minded citizen or llend would con
sider a fair return on tho capital In
vested." i 1
STOCK ASSOCIATION OHOAN17.BR.
At a meeting held Saturday morn
ing In Forest Supervisor Merrlt a of
fice attended by stockmen from this
neighborhood nnd from Prlnovlllo the
Upper Deschutes Llvo Stock Associa
tion was formed with tho object of
Improving tho stock or tho members,
decreasing tho expense or tbo sum
mer rango and co-operating with tho
Forest Service In forest and range
matters. A constitution and by-laws
were adopted nnd tho following offi
cers elected: President, ,"R. E.
Grimes; secretary and treasurer, J.
H . Stanley; executive commit til, J.
II. Stanley. John Elder or Alfalfa.
'M. S. Mayfleld and S. S. Stearns of
We carry a full lino of fresh fruits
and vegetables. American liakory.
Imperial Townslto Co. lo W. 13.
Smith It. it, bile. 29, Imperial.
llond Pnrk Co. to M. J Scott Its.
15, 1(1, blk. 101, IhI add Hand Purtt,
II. Forroll to Albert llonuon It. 7,
blk. 15. Pnrk add Bond. J210.
W. 11. Moss lo Ilattlo Clark II. (I,
hilt. 16, Imporlnl. Love- and Affection.
Tho following water contracts for
tho Tiuunlo Project hnvo boon recor
ded! J. W. Ilrown, SIC NV, IT-KI'12,
$308.26; J. P. linlov HW 8 12.1(1
11 $210.4.1: Bnmo NW NV 12-1011,
same; Win. D. Ramos (3) NW NW,
10,: 8H 8B, 8V NIC. U-10-12,
$061.34: J. UCourh (21 SJfi 813, 32,
NB NB. 27-16-U, $350; V. ft. San
dol (S) NIC NW, 1: Nt4 NH 2-17-U.
J&IHJ.X&; k. 11, unyioy lai tjjA hi;.
NK 8H. 36-10-Ui H. XeiiimTb NW Nil
12-10-11. J3RU5; I,. II. Root. HV
SB, ai-VMl, $240.20: 1-,V, Lev
orons N Wtftf. .17-10-11, m.78. S
C. Umnhlolto NIC NW. J4-16-11.
$328.QB: II. Q.'llowsor (21 'H SJ
0-16-12, IMfllaJSO; J. II. Nichols NVV
8V, 23-KMl.ja74.67; (Too. Hall 8V
SB. 1-16-U, $1101.48: Christian Pot
erson 13) Sft NB. NB NB. 28-16-11,
$250.35; R. U. Fleoklngor NB SB,
1910-12, $162.50; Chns. J. Mpck. NIC
NB. 3-17-11. $840: T. A. Rutherford
(3) ', BW, SB SW, 31-10-12,
llond Park Co. to T. F. Mnloncy ltj
12, blk. Ill, 1st add Rend Park,
llond Pnrk Co. to Jnmos Maxwell
It. 4, blk. 10, Dead Park, $220.
Rend Co. to Mlkul Olson II. II
blk. 46. Center add llend.
Harry Hampton to Frank Llpps
It. 2, blk. 13, Imperial.
Wo mako a specialty or line salads.
American Ilnkery.- -Adv.
Advertisement Inserted under this
heading at the rate of ONE CENT A
WORD each tnxrrtlon. Cnl must
accompany all orders from persons
not luivlnir a regular account with
The Ilulletln. No ndirrtlrmcnt Ink
for less than 1ft cents each Insertion.
our pi'loci with
lllli'd tlm NltlllO
Men's, Women's and Children's
The Biggest Bargains ever handed out by this
Store nnd THAT IS SAYINQ A WHOLE LOT.
Money-Savers to Make Room for New Stock
WANTBD Someone Jtpi contract
for clearing Irrigated land In Sec.
18, 18 8.. R. 14 K. Address A.
L. Dennoy, llend, Ore. 9p
WANTBD Olrl for general house
work. Inquire at Patterson's Drug
WANTBD Laundry work and
family washing. I.envo orders at
house, lot 10. block 16. Center addi
tion, near Rend Grocery. Mrs. O O.
WANTBD Olrl for general hcuso-
work. Mrs. Horbort B. Allen. Bit
WANTED A girl or woman for
genoral house work. For particulars
phono or wrlto to Mrs, O. C. Csrd
Ladles, tho Skuse llardwaro Com
pany have a completo lino or white
enamel ware Adv.
Mrs Ashloy Forrest will take a
limited number or pupils In planoand
voleo. Home Studio. -fc-Op
IIKAIj K8TATK TIUNKFKR8.
Ihucd by Crook County Almtruct
Pond Townslto Co. to Rend Co.
rights to streets and alloys In Rend.
llend Co. to Rend Water Light &
Power Co. aamo.
Rend Park Co. to Thos. II. Ormo
It. 3, blk. 117, 1st add Road Purk,
. Northern Pacific Railway Co. to
H. J. Overturf It. 4, 4-18-12, $328.70.
FOR STATU HRPRKSKNTATIVK.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election as a represen
tative in the Oregon Legislature from
this district, subject to the approval
of the Republican voters at the pri
mary election to be hold May 16.
VERNON A. FORIJBS. 2-11 Adv.
FOR COUNTY' COMMIHSIONKR.
I hereby announce myself as a can
dldato for the ofllco of county com
missioner of Crook county, subject
to the approval of the Democratic
voters at tho primary election.
B. W. RICHARDSON. 2-11. Adv.
I horoby announce myself as a can
didate for the olllce of Sheriff of
Crook county subject to tho approval
of tbo Democratic voters at tho com
ing primaries, May 15, 1914.
3-10 Adv. B O. KNOX, Post, Or.
for Hen and Women.
R. M. Smith Clothing
LGARN THE WAY
FOR RENT Threo small build
ings near school house. Partly fur
nished. Low rent. Apply 8. R. Ho.
gin. over Deschutes State Rank. 9tf
FOR RENT R room houso In Dos
ehutos addition. Electric lights and
water. Inquire of C. B Roberts. Stf
FOR RHNT Two room cabin,
partly furnished. $ per month. Rend
Urooery. One block east of tlnpot. Olf
FOR RHNT- Choap. Good 4 room
plastered house. Inquire Rullotlit
FOR RENT Small houso partly
furnlshod. $5 a month; also tout
houso adjoining. Near dopot. In
qulro at Ruliatln. 49tr
FOR RENT Offices on Wall street
vory cheap. Apply Ilulletln Office.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
catcd. Electric lights and water.
Suitable for housekeeping. Cheap,
Apply Ilulletln OUlco.
FOR RENT Largo store, modern
front. Oood looatlon. Apply to F.
O. Minor, Deschutes Rank. 27tf
FOR SALE Span of sorrel mares,
0 yoars old and harness, weight 1170
pounds. W. N. Ray, Laldlaw, Ore
FOR SALE Cheap. Team weight
2300, wagon nnd harness. Tod Rock
er, Laldlaw, Oregon. 9-1 Op
FOR SALE Rhodo Island Red
baby chicks. 16 cents each. Wrlto
or phone Mrs. B. 8. Cast, Deschutes,
FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER,
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as county commission
er of Crook county subject to tho ap
proval of the Republican voters at
the primary election May 15.
3-10 Adv. R. II. DAYLEY.
I beg to announce myself as a can
didate to succeed myself as shorlff,
subject to tho approval of tho Re
publican voters of Crook county at
the primary election on May 15.
3-10 Adv. FRANK ELKINS.
FOR 8TATE REPRESENTATIVE.
I hereby nnnounce myself as a can
dldato for olectlon as a representative
In tho Oregon Legislature from this
district, subject to tbo approval of
the Democratic voters at tbo primary
olectlon to be held May 15.
3-11 -Adv. P. II. DENCER.
HUERTA IS STUBBORN
SO ARE WE
IN HOLDING PRICES DOVVN
' A&D QUALITY UP.
Shuey's, Cash Grocery
LBADINO 1TAT8 STORE OF REND
MEVH OXIORIIH, IN HVA.H
MIX TO NINE. PATENT LEA
THER, TAN AND HULL CALF
LKATII KU8 INCLUDED.
8TVLE8 AND VALl'IW ARE
WORTH IP TO FIVE DDL
LARS A PAIR. Dl'RINO Til 1.4
WOMBV8 HIIOICH IN HI.ES
TWO AND A HALF TO FOUR
ONLY. MANY PAIRH OF DILL
CALF, PATENT LEATHER
AND IILAt'K KID. WELT
HHWHR HOLKH, HI'ITON AND
LACE HTVLEH. ACTUAL VAL
VVM VI' TO AND INCH DINO
FOUR DOLLARS A PAIR
MEN'8 H.MALL HI.E WORK
HHOirH OF KANOAR(M), CALF
AND IILACK CHROME, WITH
HEAVY KOLEH, WIDE FULL
TOE...REOUKR FOUR IKH,
MR VALUEH TIIIH WEEK
Per Pair .
Reg. $8 Hitops at $5.45 Heg. $((.20 Hitops at $3.75
Remember we guarantee every article wc sell. Any
thing you buy here must give you absolute satisfaction.
If for any reason it docs not do so, please return it and
wc will gladly replace it or refund your money.
h A. UEKNKTT.
FOR SALE HxlC tont with lum
ber addition roofed with rubborold.
Electric lights, porcolnln sink, pan
try, closet, etc. Apply at nulletlit of
FOR SALE OR TRADE For good
young stock cows, G teams good work
horses from 1200 to 1400 pounds,
ono team initios, also ono 4 year old
full blooded Guernsey milch now,
freshened Marou 7, Phone Stanley
Ranch Co. 2 tf
FOR 8ALB Illaok Mlnoroa eggs
for sotting, $1 2b for 13. Loavo or
ders at Hathor's store, ltfc
FOR 8ALK Thoroughbred Rnrr
C( Rock eggs for hatching. $1 per
setting. R. llartlott at Metropoli
tan. 5 tf
FOR SALE All kinds or rough
and dressed lumber, at Anderson
Rros. sawmill half xay botwoon Uond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumalo road.
Reasonablo prices, rough lumber 110
per M, Delivering to Rend or Lald
law $2 per M. Telephone It) If
FOR RALE- Fine horse, biicif
and harness. Inquire of Hhrlnrr a
lluoy bakery, Wall street. tfr
FOR 8ALI! OR TiCaDE For rlly
property. Oood loam, harness and
wngun. 80111H maahlnory. Imiulr
llullotln olllce. 8-lup.
FOR HALE Tho fixtures fa tlm
old bakery location on Wall strtwt
Hso Hhrlnur & Huey. bit c
FOR HALE asros undn dt'ct
Iinrtly cleared. 1 Vi miles north of
lend. RMHnble term. Inqulr
TO TRADE Number of city lor
close In, good looatlon. Will tndw
for farm land or good animals. Ad
dross llox 65. llond. Mf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOHT -On Third street hotttit
Presbyterian and llnptlst chunh.
bundle or rugs. Kinder kindly re
turn to llullotln OUlco and rcc'vo
liberal reward. Mf
KENWOOD OARDENH Joins Kenwood on tho-Wmt.
NEARLY EVERY LOT COMMA M)H A VIEW OF THE
TOWN, RIVER. AND MOINTAINH. WATER FOR IM).
MEHTIO UHE IH IIBINfJ PIPED TO THE IX)TS NOW.
THE U)T8 VARY IN 8IZE AH MLLOWBl nOxtlOO, HOx.
!!()() AND 100x1115,
Prices from $75 to $175
TERMHt 10,00 CAHH AND EAHY MONTHLY 1MY
MENTH ON THE IIALANCK, 7 PER CENT 1NTEREHT
ON DEFERRICD FAYMENT8.
HERE ARE HOME I'EAHONH WHY TOTfi IN KEN
WOOD OARDENH AT THE PRICE8 QUOTED AROUI
IH THE IIEHT INVEHTMI NT ON THE .MARKET, 111..
OAUHB KENWOOD (yAUDENH IH ONLY TEN IILOCKH
FROM THE RUHINEHH CENTER OF REND) RECAUKJi
EVERY MIT COMMANUH A OOOD VIEWj REOAUHE
THE LOT8 ARE 1 AIRIER THAN ANY MIT8 ON THE
fARKICT RECAIHE WATER IH PIPED TO Till? LOTHl
RECAUHE THE PRIOEH ARE rtO PER CENT LEHff
THAN ANY OTHER THE HAME 8IE AND THE8AME
IIIKTANCE FROM THE RUHINEHH CENTER OF RENDf
HBOAUHE THE TERMH ARE THE EAHIEHT.
Henkle (Sb Ryan