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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1914)
TIIK IIKN1I Rl'LLKTlN, IIKNO, 0K., Wi:iNK8lAY, MAY UT, 11)1 1.
CROWDED HOUSE AND
Members ofGrfltltintlng Class Deliver
Kssaya Knt-ottmcnt of School
Averages fiH More Thnn for Last
Year, Says Principal Khoime.
Tlio local school season camo (o
nn end on Friday night when com
mencement exercises were held at
the Dream Tjhcatro. attended by a
crowded houso, despite- the rain. In
ovory way tho evening proved Inter
esting and successful.
First on the program camo Ruth
Caldwell, who, as a piano boIo, play-
Then the Girl's Glee Club rendered'
two vocal numbors, winning a large
measuro of applause. After the mu
sic thera followed tho essays deliv
ered by tho three membora of the
Arvllla Murphy discussed 'Tho
Literacy Test," Emma Roberts spoko
on "Colonial Education" and Claudo
Kollcy delivered a paper dealing
with "Paternalism In Lcclslatlon."
All thrco handled their subjects well,
both as to authorship and manner of
delivery. The performance of tho
two girls was especially commendable
Inasmuch, as announced by Prof.
Shouso, they had prepared tho essays
on only two day's notice.
Mrs. Ward played a difficult violin
number, following It, as an encore,
with "I Love You Truly," tho popu
lar and well handled melody being
J. U. Shouso. the principal, gave a
short talk. Ho apologized for the ab
sence of any formal speaker, explain
ing that it had been impossible to
procure one Mr. Shouso extended
some sound advice to the graduates,
dwelling on tho fact that "there Is
much honor in doing .the sliuplo
tasks woll, thanked all for thei in
terest displayed in school matters.
and. in connection with tho growth
of Bend's schools, mentioned the fact
that this year the average attendance
was 58 higher than last year.
Tho quartet of tho Hcnd Gleo Club
composed of Miss Trautner and Mes
dames Forrest; Powelson and Put
nam, then sang two numbers, after
which diplomas wero presented, not
only to the members of the high
school graduating class but also to
tho graduates of tho eighth grado.
Get Wise, Lot Wyse do It. Adv.
GOOD ROADS AND THRIFT.
Francs 8ts an Exsmpt ths fUat of
ths World Might Follow.
Good farms und good nitds go to
gether. Good roads mot is cheaper haul
ing prices, better proUta therefore
more money. Tho wealth of n nation
Is the wealth of Its population. The
populntlou of the country of Franco I
known to be the most turlftr. tho least
poverty stricken and the best provided
for of tiny country lu the world. Ami
France una a better rond system and
moru good roads lu pruHrtlou to It
ami thnn any other country of the
name or greater slxo. litis France m
ml wealth because of It good roads 01
has It good roads becuuHO of Its thrifty
It is. therefore, for us In this countr
to look upon France not only as n good
exumple, but h the example of the
fulfillment of dreams. We cannot
solve our problem lu any other way
than as France bus solved hers with
any surety of success. She builds her
nattoual highways first, owns thrift
controls them, repairs them. She bus
her departments her division corn
spending to our states build their own
roads us feeders of this system, cou
nectlng with It. Jolulng national roua
to national road. Finally her parishes
or communes xlnillur iHillttenl dlvl
slons to our counties build their own
rond. Interlacing, connecting and bind
Ing together tho whole Into one vust
network of bard surfaced roads. Bub
RAIN IN 1IO.MKHTKAD COUNTRY.
II. ft. l.'nriMn. thn nnttt tiitV iimirt.
says that very heavy rains hato faK
inn in mo soutnenat iiomeatoiui coun
try, especially beyond tho 48 mlln
post- "Its tho most rain I hnvo over
aeon out thoro," sold Mr, Fitrrls.
"Tho grain Is woll sprouted, and tho
moisture will do tho homesteaders iv
great amount of good. This should
bo their beat season,"
IRRIGATION HHANON" HKOUN.
Tho Irrigation season for lands In
tho C. O. I. svstom began on Sntjir
dny. From Wis tlmo on ench ran
chor will bo limited In the ttso of
water to the amount of his right.
Water will not bo used to any great
extent in tho next tow aays. Uowovor,
because the recent ruins have satur
ated tho ground.
WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION ACT
Tin new workman's compensation
act goes Into effect on July 1 and the
commission which Is charged with tho
enforcement of the law is now mak
ing flnnl nrrnngomonts for its admini
stration. F. O. Johnson of Salem,
was In Rend last weok collecting In
formation from local employers for
tho bonoIU of tho commission.
HANI.KY 1H OPTIMISTIC.
William llonloy or Hums, cnndl
dnto on tho Progressiva tlckot for
United Btntca Senator, wan hero Inst
week on hlo way fromjl'ortlnnd to
Rums. Mr. Ilnnloy (F optimistic
concerning tho oulconm of tho No.
vomher election, declaring his bullat
that ho will bo victorious over Cham
bnr(alu nml Jlooth, from both of
whom, ho declares, there in much do
Bortton In tholr party ranks. Hponk
Ing of Woodmw Wilson, Mr. Ilnnloy
stud: "No Is tho greatest president
wo hnvo had since Lincoln."
It Is (KMsdble to poises a certain ele
gance of nmnntilp and yet be at
matt undecipherable ns a writer. A
distinguished literary man. wlioiy
name I mercifully withhold, writes u
microscopically small .band, almost
falryllke In Ita outlines mid possest
Ing a quite elfin eluslvcnow nlmo.t
every word can be read as some other
word. Waggish friends who received
from him letters on commonplace mat
ters would sometimes affect to regard
them as descriptions of his exciting
adventures In the Alps, the burning
down of bis houso or something simi
larly sensational nod reply according
ly. After being long tbo subject of
sucb merry Jests he decided to silence
the scoffers by using a typewriter.
CL1MRS ItlTTK AT KO.
Mrs. Hannah Nolfortjot HloonUlolu'.
Not.. accomplished an undsnaPfeat
on Tuosdny when she climbed to tho
top or Lava Uutto. Tho butto has
been climbed many times but pochapa
nover boforo by hnynno of Mrs. Nel
fort's years. 8ho Is 80 years old.
Others In tho parti' wero Mrs. Nel
fort's granddaughter, Mrs. A. D. Mor
rill or Powell Uutto and hor chil
dren and Mrs. W. A. Hates.
Wo mako a specialty of fine salmis,
American Rakory, Adv,
MeNARY IS NOMINATRI).
Charles L. MoNary, present mem.
Dor of tho Stnto 8upromo Court, ro
colved tho Ropubllonn nomination for
ono of the four offices up for ro-eloo-
tlan over Henry U Honson or Klam
ath Falls by tho narrow margin of
18 votes. Tho official returns aro
now tnhulntod, and llenson'H suppos
ed lend was wiped out. The Until
totnls aro. llenson n4,S7-l. McNary
31,(102. The Crook Cotintv volo
stood, llenson 401, McN'nry 3 SO.
FOR RKNT- Two room suites' fur.
Ihlsucd jTor "light lurtitfe keening.
Honklof&Jtyun. 12U Adv.
' ',iiol Wyso do your clenulng. Adv.
TO DIVIDE THE
COUNTY IS PLAN
(Continued from pogo 1.)
Ladles, tho Skuso Hardware Com
pany hnvo a complete now lino of
whlto cnamol ware. Adv,
n population of over twelvo hundred
and property or n assessed value or
more than two million dollars.
Now, Thoroforo, Wo, tho under
signed legal voters or Crook County,
extends to you n cordial Invitation to
iiinkc this hotel your liciifl(iinrtcr.
THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFITTED.
Rooms without hath $1.00 and up. Rooms
with private hath $1.50 nml up. LOCA
TION CENTRAL. REST of SERVICE.
A RESTAURANT WITH FOOD AND PRICES RlGflT.
C. II. SIIAFER, ManaKer
Oregon, residing within thn proposed
new county most respectfully rouuest
Tho Honorable tho County Court of
Crook County. Oregon, to submit tho
quastliMi of tho formation or Jeffer
son county to tho votbrs or Crook
county, Ore., nt the regular election
to bo hold November 3. lull.
"Didn't I bear you tire something at
that yowling cat esrly this morning!"
"Yes; I threw tbo confounded alarm
clock at It.- '
"Hit the beastr
"No. but I got rid of tho alarm clock."
Work Is not' a man's punishment It
is bis reward and his strength. Georgv
Let Wyo do your cleaning. Adv.
NO MORE MEDIATION
War is Declared
ONK THIRD SHOT OFF OCR
Ladies' Suits Reduced
. Sua- SUITS RRIIl'CHI) TO 8l.on
U(MH) SPITS RKIIl'CKR TO :t.n.1.
8i:t..1t Sl'ITS RF.IUCKD TO 8 !.(.
8M.no Sl'ITS KKOl'CKII TO 8 7.0.1.
ONLY TWO laiUKS SPRINO COATS
lkft. wi:ri: sin, now i.
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
LKAHN Till: WAY.
NOTICi: OF CONTKST.
Department of tho Interior. United
States Lnt d Olllre, utkuvlow, Ore
gon, May is. inn.
To tho holrs of Lewis L. Martin, do-
You aro hnreby notified that
Charles F. Rturmer, who gives o-o C.
H, lionsou, llond. Ore., as tils post of
fice address, did on April 22. 10.11.
fllo In hs ofllco his duly corroborated
application to contest nml secure the
cancellation of lloinrstend Hairy - ,
Serial 'No. 02T73. madu December 11,
1009, for lots 3 and 1 and IV4 HW u
Bocllon 7; lota 1 and 3. KH NW
SectlonlS, Township 33 8., Range 33
II., Willamette Meridian, mid as
grounds for his content ho alleges
that said 1-owls U Martin died about
3 ysars ago, leaving nit heirs so for
as known to this aidant: that the
entryinsn never established rnsldeneo
UfKin said tract .nor did ho or Ills heirs
over maintain resldenco thereon or
cultivate the samo and said entry
man and Ids heirs have wholly aban
doned said tract and ssld entry for
mora than one year last past.
You aro. therefore, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken by this ofllco rs having boon
confessed by you, nnd your said entry
win lie canceled thereuniier without
your further right to be heard there
in, cither boforo this ottlco or on ap
peal. U you rail to fllo in this office
within twenty days after tho
FOURTH publication of this notice.
as shown below, your nnswer, under
oath, specifically mooting and re
sponding tn theso allegations of con
test or If you fall within thnt tlmo to
file In this ulflco duo nniof that vmi
hnvo nerved a copy or your answer on
the said contestant either In person
or by registered mall If this service
Is made l the dellveiy or a copy or
your answer to the contestant In per
son, proof or such servlco must bo
ulthor thn said contestants written
acknowledgment of his receipt of tho
copy, showing the dalo of Its rocolpt,
or tho affidavit or tho person by
whom dollvored; tr mndo by register
ed mall, proof or such service must
consist or tho affidavit or Ilia person
by whom tho ropy was mailed stating
when nnd tho postorrico to whjch It
was mailed, and this affidavit must
be accompanied by tho postmaster's
receipt for tho letter.
You should state In your answer
tho name of tho postofiiro to which
you deslro future notices to bo sont
JA8. F. RUKOUHfl.
Date or first puMlwtJon May 7.
Date of semnd publication Juno I.
Dnto or third publMmUon Juno 10,
Data of fourth publkMUsn June 17.
(let Wlio. Let Wyse do It. Adv.
Mo-tt Children's DNesnes Start Willi
RestlesaneM feverlshnoM nn In
flamed throat nnd spasmodic cough
Is starling In. Olvo Foley's Honey
nnd Tar promptly. It helps tho chil
dren so very much, and Mm. Hhlppa,
Rnymondsvllls, Mo., says: "I got fine
results from It and It is n great medi
cine for whooping cough." Patter
son Drug Co.
I.et Wyso do your cleaning. Adv.
l l l
Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS w
FOR RESIDENCE LOf S
FOR GARDEN LOTS"
For Close-in Acreage
OR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property SL" CSL
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative Investment
Pine House and
Lath Red Cedar
The Bend Company
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OFFICE CORNER WALL and OHIO STS.