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TIIR IRNI UULLICTIN, niCNl), OltK., AVKDNKHDAV, Jl'NH 10, 1014.
SCALP OF JOHN
Church of the llrctlircn.
Borvlcos ench nltornnto Sunday in
the M. K. church, nt 3 . in. Ser
vices next Sunday. Everybody wol-coino.
Inltlntlve Mcnsure Kntlicrcd by (Jov-
crnor West Allegedly N for Kcou-
tuny 1 Would CliniiRe Stnto
Olllclnl M Snlnry Is Fixed.
Tho Children's Dny oxorclsos will
ho filvon boglnnlng nt tho regular
nour tor mo nunc, school, 10 n. in.,
nnd will run Into tho hour of tho
nreachlnK service. Instend of tho
regular sermon tho una tor will kIvo
n short address to tho children. Tho
loung Peoples' nioetltiR will bestn
nt 7 p. m., nnd tho evening preach
ing service nt 8 o'clock. I'rnyor
mooting Wednesday evening nt S
stiff, painful musclesT Want to feel
thnt wny again? You can tnko l-
ley Kidney Pills. For thoy quickly
clear tho blood of tho poIboub that
cause your pain, misery mid torment
lug rheumatism. Adv, Patterson
Sunday school 10 a. m. Mr. I).
It. Morlcy, superintendent. Morning
sermon nt 11 n. m. ntibloot. "Tim
SALEM, Juno 6. A copy of an Uprnlsod Stnndnrd." Kvenlug sor-
Inltlatlvo bill for tho abolishment of vlco boglnnlng nt 7:48. Mrs. It. J.
tho Dosort Land Hoard nnd of tho of- ToUd w' ,8,nK "B, nt H10. n,orn,"B
Btirvice. u. ii, iiiwu, imiiisiur.
(Continued from pngo 2.)
flco of ono of the state wator conmits
sinners, for tho reduction of the sal
ary of tho state engineer, his oinco to
bo filled by appointment by tho state
Innd bonrd, bosldes v. number of oth
er changes, was submitted to the sec
retary of state today by W. P. (Jeorgo
of Salem for approval as to form. Tho
measure, which covers the rerom
mtndntlon mucin by Oovornor West,
Is being Initiated by Mr George.
Governor West declnroa that tho
measure. If onnctod Into Inw, will cut
the expenses of the uwort Land
Board, stntc water board, nnd tho
stnto engineer's ofllcc In half. Appro
priations for these departments by
tho tho Inst legislature nmounted to
$10,000 for the Desert Land Hoard.
$4 0,000, for the stnto water board and
SH3.S00 for the state engineer's of
fice. The appropriations for tho stato
engineer Include tho $60,000 for tho
water power surveys, $15,000 for
Celllo Investigation and $45,000 for
topographic and hydrographlc work.
Hoards arc Abolished.
Tho proposed measuro abolishes
tho Desert Land Board and transfers
its powers and duties to tho state
land board. It abolishes tho stnto
water board, now comprised of the
state engineer and the two commis
sioners, and the office of superintend
ent of water divisions, and assigns
their powers and auf.es to a stato
water commissioner who shall bo ap
pointed by the stato land board. It
abolishes tho office of stato engineer,
as now constituted, and provides for
tho appointment of an engineer bv
tho state land board at a salary of
$2400. The present salary for that
office is $3000.
It Is provided that until tho year
191C tho engineer In charge of tho
construction of the Tuninlo Irrigation
Project, which work Is being done by
the stato, shall perform the duties of
tho state engineer without additional
salary, one half of his salary to bo
paid from tho Tumalo funds and ono
half from tho npnroprlntlon for tho
state engineer's office. O. Laurgaard
is the Tumalo project engineer, nnd
the work on the project is expected to
be completed by"191C.
Salary is Fixed.
Tho state water commissioner, who
'a to be nppolntod by tho stato land !
hoard, is to receive a salary of $2400 I
n year and perform the dut'es now as- j
signed to the state water lward. This
would eliminate one water commis
sioner and a $2400 salary. i
The measure also provldos for tho I
.Aniifll . ,1A .Ail Innit rf Iff A Anrla !
which crrv a continuing nupronrla
Ion of SS9.000 for the offlce of state
engineer, and the state wator board.
This would mke It necossary for the
departments Involved to go te'oro
each legislature for funds needed.
FOIt KENT- Two room suites fur
nished for light houso keeping.
Honklo & ltyan. 12tf Adv.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
County Superintendent of Crook
county, Oregon, will hold the regular
examination of applicants for stato
certificates at Prlnovllle. Oregon, uh
Commencing Wednesday, Juno 17.
1914, nt 9 o'clock n. in., nnd continu
ing until Snturdny, June 20, 1911,
at 4 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday forenoon: Writing. U.
S. History, Physiology.
Wednesday afternoon: Physical
Geography, Rending, Composition,
Methods In Reading, Methods In Ar
Thursday forenoon: Arithmetic,
History of Education, Psychology,
Methods (n Geography.
Thursday arternoon: Grammar,
Geography, American Literature.
Physics. Methods In Language Thesis
for Primary Certificate
Friday forenoon: Theory nnd Prac
tice, Orthography, English Litera
Friday afternoon: School Law,
Geology, Algebra. Civil Government.
Saturday forenoon,: Geometry, Uot
nny. .Saturday afternoon: General His
Subjects For Primary Thosls.
Music In the Primary Grades.
Punishment as seen by Children.
Physloal Defects as Cause of Dull
ness and Discord.
Civic Prldo Aroused Through Co
operation of Homo and School.
J. E. MYERS. County Superintend
ent. 14 Adv.
nt tho llrooklngn' homo novernl days
Quito n number of people passed
through from Hums thin week, en
route to Portland to nttend tho Roso
Carnival. UrooktngiT Hotel regist
ered 120 this week.
C. W. Ashbnugh In doing some
fencing on his hontestond.
J. K. Currati of Staufter' passed
through today with n load of lumber
with which ho lntonda to build n
Mrs. Nnckor and son Donald no
compantod Mr. Nnckor to Hums, thev
wore guests nt tho ltruoklngs' Hotel
Miss Klva McKnddon, who has been
qulto III with mountain fever, In slow
ly Improving. y
LOST GREEK, Juno 0. J. B. Our.
ran nnd Geo. Mohrer returned from
llond this week. J. E. Currnii
brought In n kind of lumber and n
tent with which ho will erect a hall.
C. J. Davis and A. It. Houdursati
brought In n load of freight for Mr,
llendorson of llutto.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pope, of Hlitte, wore
tho guests of Mr. mid Mrs, C. J,
HtnulTor, ono night last week. They
were on their wny to Mend,
Miss Altco Brookings closed n suc
cessful term of school liuro Inst Fri
day. Mrs. H. W. Rest nnd children and
Mrs. O. U. Washburn nud sou have
none to Hurllugtou, Wellington, for
an oxtonded visit with relatives and
friends, S. W. Host took them to
Quito n ltumbor of Lost Croekltes
took In the ball gumo nt Hampton
Rov. Corhott of Plonmuil valley do
llvored n very ItituroHtlug sermon nt
tho school houso lost Sunday, llolum mor level of 7.7fi, but wiih lit good
Hindu m nppolutiiiont to proucli thu
4tit tiuminy or each mouth tu ll o
clock. Everybody Ih cordially Invit
ed to nttend tho services.
(Bpcclnl to Tho Bulletin),
IIIIOTIIBIIH, Juno 8. Mr. I. II
Cnflvy returned from IVMovillo IV.
day, whore ho spent n part or tho
wuek on business In tho Interest of
tho school district,
A putltlon for a now school illv
trlct has beun granted by tho Coun
ty court. Tho District will hold Its
first annual election on Juno IRth.
when uHlcorn will bo elected nnd oili
er business transacted.
E, E. Vnrco Is In town to got sup.
piles for his well.
P. II. Coffey left for llond this
Joseph Vnrco spent n part of Inst
week In Prlnovllle on business.
Oscar Cruse furnished thu iiiusla
for thu dancu on Saturday nt Imperial.
(Other correspondeiico on pngo 7.)
Get Itld of the Torment of Rheuma
Remember how spry and aotlt-o
you woro beforo you had rheumatism,
uncKacne, swollen, noblng Joints and
A cootl oil stove cives full heat hist
as soon as it's linhtcd. There's no wnithifr
for tho fire to catch up or tho oven to licnt.
Meala can be started later and still ho Pcrvcd richt
on time. That means less work and leas timo in
New - Perfection
OIL COOK STOVE
burns kerosene, tho clean, cheap fuel and gives an in
tense neat mat can Do regulated just as you want it. It
uocs all sorts ot cooking and baking just as well as a
lAArl mom! .. . .1 ...? A. A 1 j V
nuuu ut iuui uiovc uim vvuuoui uuruinir mo iootl.
Don t cook in a hot kitchen this summer. Don't lug
coat anu wood and asnes. ejet a New reflection.
It saves all this trouble and it's economical, too.
ask your dealer lor the .New reflection.
NOTICK OF A.VNt'AL HCIIOOli
Notice Is lumilty ulvon to thu lo-
gnl voters or School District No. IX
or Crook County, Stnto of Orugau,
thnt tho AiiiiiinI School MeotliiK of
tmld District will h held nt tht. High
School Building In Bend, Orugou, to
begin nt the hour or '1 o'clock p. in.
on tho Third Monday or Juno, being
th 16th dny or .Hum, A. 1). 11114.
The meeting Is called fur tho pur
hho of electing ono dlretor nnd one
clerk and tho trntisncMou ot mo
uther IiusIuom usual or prapur at
Dated this Jrd dny or June. 1914.
Attest: J. N. Hunter
II. J. Overturf, Clyde- MeKny
Clerk. Members of Board
NORTH PORTIND. June 8. Re
col pis for thu week hnvu been: Cuttle
ll!U7, onlves 99, hogs 4480, sheep
Tho enttle division showed consid
erable strength nnd firmness this
week, especially during the first per
iod, when top on best hay fed steers
advanced a dime, $7.8K to $7.90
Later tho tnnrket onaed off to Its for-
sliatiu. and odd cur of fancy Initio
heef Moiling nt H. 15 fuatuiud, lliilclioi
lines were nil linn with u good do
nmiid. ReculptH or hogH heavy. Ex
trumo top $7.90, with hulk movliiic
nt 7.7H nnd $7.80.
Mutton offerings largo. Totnl ri
celptn approximated 8,000 up to Frl.
day. lint prices hold steady. A few
choice yearlings sold ul $(i; old weth
ers nt $4. no nnd owes $4 to $4. lift;
spring lamliH $n.no to $0. Bulk or
receipts front Western Oregon points,
REAL KHTATE TRANHI'ERH,
(Issued by tho Crook County Alt
1,111a Kurd to Kenwood Promotion
Co. 10 rt. it. 3, lillc HI, Kenwood.
II. H. to Dim Wlultlu patent HW" 1 1-
A. L, Hunter to J. N. Iluutor Its.
2, n, lilk. 18, Deschutes.
Northwitst TowiisltH Co. to Ted M.
Strong It. iil, blk. It, North west
Townsltu Co.'h 1st mid lleiul.
Imperial Towuslto Co. to Phil
Holmes It. 4, blk. lft, Imperial, $10.
Htnto to J. W. Brown Tuiunlo eon
trust flit NV 17-lfl-U.
W. T. 19. Wllsflii to HsrthR J. WIN
son Its. 1, 2, ll, is, blk. 1, Mlstom,
Htnto to J. P. Ilnloy W KW 15 N
Win. B. Shelley to Guy It, Dohton
NIC NV XO-ll-U.
Bend Park Co. to O. K. Hill ot a
bund for dsed, lets 1, i, blk, 11, lr.
Ilenj. F. Rlfu to W. P. VumUrvert
U. M. to Jacob llorriiinn trntunt NW
NN, V, NW. NW NW 19-11. II.
II. K. to l.OHii l'olnmkti iwtmit Mk
NIC, Its, 1, 2, 1-1S-I0.
I'lrst got the nniii- down t
then buy It of your dniKKlst. Just th
very best thing for constipation, s4ek
hmidsrhe, sour stninrrh, Insy llvr,
sluggish, constituted IhiwoIs. Tht
pliwmuitest, surost, nicest, laxntlvy
)OU ever used. Tastes good llk
lemonade. Act promptly, without
Win or million, (lives you tho miHit
Hntisfnctory flushing you havo vr
had.- Adv. Pnttersou Drug Co.
Lnwii mnwors, garden hose, wbt-sl
barrows. Hkuse Hnrdwnru Cobv
USE PEARL OIL
Standard Oil Company
Comforting to Stout People.
Foley Cathartic Tablets are a spe
cially good Bttlo regulator that keeps
your system In perfect working order.
Xo bllllousnoss. no constipation, no
distress after eating, no greasy, gas
sy taste. A btout person who uses
them constantly will really feel thin
ned out and more comfortr.ble as a
result of their use. Adv. Patterson
FERGUSON IKES REPORT
Flrot Statement Git en of Business of
Insurance Commissioner Ferguson
has recently Issued his first report
of tho business of the counties of Ore
gon as provided by statute in 1913
The report shows the financial condi
tion of tho several counties on March
31, 1914. Although the figures am
now somewhat old. later flguros for
Crook county having been published
In The Bulletin on May 13. they are
given hero for Crook county as a mat
ter of record and for comparison with
the roports to be made In tho future
Funds Crook County
1. General (county and state)
2. General road 2, 031. CI
3. Road districts ..
4. Special roads 30.23
5. County bqIiqoIs. .. ... 11,469.35
n. Sneolal eohool dis. . . . 4,712.08
7. High school ........ S47.10
k. Library 134.10
9. Register and Indemnity
10. Trust 239.00
11. Cities and towns. ..-
12. Miscellaneous 609.58
Totals $$ 20.890.44
13. County bonded Indebt
edness .. .f ...... . $
14. Outstanding warrants
.., , 72,475.02
15. Agenoy funds liability
Totals $ 90,510.42
16. County fund deficit .$ (13,619.98
iLadlea, the 0kuso Hardwaro Com
pany have a complete new line of
white enamel ware.- Adv, i
Redu&ion in Prices
of MAZDA Lamps
I Building Material j
I LUMBER, SHINGLES I
25 watt lamps 40c 35c
40 watt lamps 40c 35c
60 watt lamps 50c 45c
1 00 watt lamps .... 80c 75c
The Miller Lumber Company
J Bend, OrcKon.
Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
"Will bo put on botweon Hontl nnd 311 vor Lakq April 1.
HEND.LA PINK $2.60
IIEND'POIIT KOCK S4.B0
BEND.SILVEK LAKE.. $G.OO
will bo charged on nil Ex prow nnd IlaKirflKo.
Juno 7 to 1 1 Inclusive, to
Bend Water Light 2b Power o.
1 !! 1 4 JtUiilvliJ
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Portland Rose Festival
Four Days of Dazzling Attractions June 0-12
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11.TH DAVLKIIIT I'AflKANT.
CM, I'AUADi: AT NltlllT.
90 From Bend
Limit June 15. Details on application to
J. H. CORBETT, Bend, Oregon
See Clatsop Beach on the Oregon Coast, one-day side
trip, from Portland.