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MR IlKNI) tlVM.KTIN, IlKND, ORK WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1014.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Krcry Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
nOUEUT W. 8AWYER
ABsoclnto Editor. .
An Independent newspaper stand
tng for tho square doM, clean uubI
noss. clean politics nnd tho beet In
terests of Ucnd nnd Central Orogonlfof manufactured articles of nil kind,
liberally from tho manufacturers."
"So nuthorltntlvo n railroad spokes
ninn ns The Railway Ago Gatotto
shnrcs this .belief thnt n crop llkn
fthnt now expected "will cnuso n largo
Indirect lncroi8o of railway trnfllc ns
iwoll ns n largo direct Increase." For
"tho enlargement of tho purchasing
power of tnrmers. . .will tend to
cause an Increase In tho movement
Ono year. . .... 4 1.60
Six months 80
Three months....... BO
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Wednesday, jfly i, 19H.
nnd this In turn wilt tond to cnuso a
proportionate Incroaso In tho move
ment of fuel and raw materials lo
tho factories." Speaking moro gen
erally, Dun's Review refers to tho
promt8o of agricultural prosperity ns
tending "to strengthen confldonco In
tho general business outlook," llrad
stroct'qjlnds that "optimism In tho
West has apparently passed beyond
more entlment, crystal!. Ing Into a
broader demand for tunny kinds of
A Prln Wslsh Bull.
Wales' produce bulls other than
thoso found In i-uttlo show. A north
Wnlw corresMimlcut. suys the West
cm Mull, calls upon tlu parish coutjMls
to hold meetings of protest. "In the
meantime." ho says, "I hope abler
pou than mine will put their shoulder
to the wheel mi '.I Hood tip. coiiimlH
of your paper until sntUractlou lx
forthcoming. Wo hereby warn nil
pens agalnxt shouldering or Hooding
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS.
r A BRIGHTENING OUTLOOK.
The largest wheat crop the United
States haa known already Is spread
ing optimism across tho land. That
we are at the bottom of the hole nnd
henceforward will climb Is an opinion
eghocd by editorial observers from
coast to coast. Witness tho follow
ing press extracts as gathered togeth
er in tho columns of Tho Literary
'Tho farmers are. already busy
h the bumper harvest of winter
Wheat, comprising the larger part of
the year's record-breaking total
wheat production, which Is estimated
at 900,000,000 bushels, an Increase
of 137.000.000 over last year's crop.
Other grains show signs of bounteous
harvests, and according to tho De
partment of Agriculture's estimates,
thirty-five states wlu produce crops
greater than the averago for the past
ten years. "What more can bo ask
ed!" exclaims The Wall Street Jour
"nol; "it takes Invincible resolution
to resist such Incitements to opti
mism," says tho New York Times;
this "splendid" situation is already
"having a direct effect on business,"
asserts tho Birmingham Age Herald
"to the dlscomHture," as the Buffalo
Courier adds, "of croakers and nar
row noMUclans." "With tho protP
pect of raising one-half of tho world'
total averago production of whent
and two-thirds of the world's supply
of cotton, this country," thinks tho
New York .Herald, "can well affordto
let Europe, have the temporary use
of some superfluous gold and can
withstand a great deal of fool legis
lation." "Tho optimists, at any rate, now
have concrete facts to back up their
arguments, "It is a foregone con
clusion," we read in tho New York
Evening Pest's Chicago business cor
respondence, "that business condi
tions fri the Southwest will Improve. '
"One of the best-Informed South
western business men said this week
that big crops mean between $225,
000,000 and $300,000,000 of money
for the farmers and, business men In
the 8tates of Missouri, Kansas, Okla
homa, and Nebraska, and that most
of U will bo obtained within a short
time. This will enable farmers to
pay off their obligations to the banks.
For these, reasons it is Impossible
that tho harvest should not give more
confidence to distributors of goods,
and Induce them to make much lar
ger purchases later In tho season. As
yet, such purchases have not been
above the average, and In many lines
are still below normal for this sea
son. But when the largo movement
nf t-rnln gets In which Will be about
the middle of July there Is the best
reasons for expecting genuine trade
"For the railroads, according to
this authority, tho big wheat harvest
means good business for the year.
"We shall easily spare the grain for
Europe, and the railways will have
their work cut out In carrying it to
the seaboard." All the "receiving
and shipping Interests will derive a
handsome business" from tho great
crops, says, tho Philadelphia Public
Ledger's Chicago correspondent. In
Washington, tho Seattle Post-Intel-llgencer
Is happy because, besides on
rjchlng the arniers, "the big crop'
prtbnlsqs to h'ave the further effect of
rqvtving the lumber Industry of this
state our great money-earner in
good tlmeB and the Industry which
employs by for the greater number
of people." Tho optimistic Phila
delphia Record explains at some
length what the 900,000.000 crop
means to business men.
"iYhen a big crop la expected the
agricultural lmpIemenUmakers buy
great quantities of bar Iron and steel.
The merchants In the West and South
study the' crop, projpects carefully
nnd talk with their farmer customers,
nnd If H !b likely that tbo farmers
will have plenty of money they order
In a long and luke-wnrm editorial
the other day tne Portland Oregon
Ian has this to say:
"The worst roads of Eastern and
Central Oregon run through tho for
est land, much of which lies in tho
National reserves, where It is no
body's business to see to tho high
ways. Everybody who rides from
Lnkevlew to the northeast must Join
In wlshlug that tho Forest Service
would catch tho good roads fever,"
Evidently some gentleman from
tho Oregontan sanctum has travelled
recently to tho south of us, and, run
ning short of roasts for Wilson, has
created a column of filler hinged on
his trip. But the hinge Is rusty. It
squeaks and doesn't hfcng true. For
whlio perhaps the National forest
roads down Lnkevlew way aro poor,
the general statement regarding the
raro of Forestry roads being "no
body's business" Is rank slander. For
In this district moro attention and
ability is expended on tho forestry
roads than on any other. We recom
mend that tho writer come over the
McKenslo route and keep tab of the
expenditures mado by tho Forestry
Department, and the character of tho
work It accomplishes.
Margye He looks like u shrimp to
me. but Mlnuyt tuiys ue's Jut dread
fully refined. Mnczye Yes. She says
be coutlded to licr that be wouldn't
I even let the dentist watch blm select
his false teetn. btvuime be thinks it's
vulgar to pick his tevtn in public
Kansas City Star.
Ethel-Did you know Jo I had
tbrowu Frank over? Mabel-OoodnfM.
do! Why? Ethel-Oh. the wrvtrli
topped railing and writing and all
that, 1 understand. Jndce.
The Artist I want you to now fur
my .picture. The Prodigal Son." TIih
fTrtiiup-Can't do It. The Artl-Wby
not I. The Tramp Teal dotiw't agn
with iiiu. Ijuodun Illustrated Bits.
Let every one mind his own business
and tlit rows will be well cared for.
President ....... .Woodrow Wilson
Vice President.. Thomas R. Marshall
Secretary of Statu .... . W. J. Bryan
Secretary of Navy . . Josophus Daniels
Secretary of War , . , . L. M. Garrison
Secretary of Interior . . . .F. K. Lane
Secretary Agriculture D. F. Houston
Socretary of Treasury . W. F. McAdoo
Secretary Commerce . .v. c. itcduoiu
Secretary of Labor . . . . W. B. Wilson
Attorney General . xJas. McRoynolda
Postmaster General .Albert Burloson
Governor .......... Oswald West
Secretary of Stato . . . . B. W. Olcott
Treasurer .Thos. B. Ka
Atty Goncral ......A. M. Crawford
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
Stato printer R. A. Harris
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
O. P. Hott
Gamo Warden W. L. Flnluy
State Engineer John H. Low lb
United Stales Senntora
...Georgo E. Chamberlain
.................. Harry W. l.nmi
Congressmen A. W. Lafferty
N. S. Slnnott
AY. A. Hswloy
Circuit Court Judgo W. I. Bradshnw
District Attorney W. 11. Wlrtt
County Judgo O. Springer
Clerk Wnrron Brown
Sheriff Frank Bikini
Treasurer Ralph Jordan
Assessor H. A. Foster
School SupL J. E. Myers
Coroner P. B. Polndoxtor
Surveyor Fred A. Rice
Commissioners R. II Bsyloy
Willis W. Brown
Circuit Meets first Monday In
September nnd Dcccmoor and second
Monday in March.
Probate rMccti first Monday In
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May. July.
September, November nnd December.
Rem! School District No. 111.
Directors. . . .Clyde M. McKay. Chmn
J. N. Hunter
...R. M. Smith
Clerk H. J. Overturf
City of Itcml.
Mayor H. A. Miller
Recorder 11. C EI1U
Treasurer .Mary E. Coleman
Chtet of folic .8. E. Roberts
City attorney V. A. Forbes
I'll Engineer ....George S. Young
City physician Dr. U. C. Coe,
Councllmen H. E. Allen
.......V... ......... . Tlieo. Auno
.. A. 8. Collins
M. D. Knutscn
J. D. Davidson
E. A. Snthor
Justice of the Peace.
Dend Precinct ........ .J. A. EastO
AREA OF THE LUNGS.
NatUr Has Qlvsn Ui n Vsry Llbsrsl
Margin ol 8fty,
Physiologists Imve hunt nhxrrrcd
that many of the orpin neoerwiry to
llfu huvo much larger viipiirlty Hum Is
really necesmiry. It In generally Hgreed
Ml luxtaucfi that under ordinary eon
dltlims one kidney would nerve every
purpose, although we are supplied with
two As the name Is true of other
glands, the rouclulon lx Im-xUtllile
that nature. In providing for the vari
ous .fuuvtlou umiii which our exist
ence depends, tuix left a very liberal
marglu of safety. This Is enpeclitlly
true of tliu lung.
In vuses of pneumonia the funitlons
of our lung haw been entirely sus
pended for a time, but life has per
sisted, as It has In thne ItiHtnut't'S
where tuberculosis has very materially
curtailed breathing rapnilty. Such
coxes hure led to exvrliucnts In nrtl
Oclally lenxenlng lung areas for a time
In order to discover. If possible, what
the margin of safety rvully Is.
uy introducing inert ultrogen gas
luto the chext of the xuhject an artlll
clnl pneumothorax Is forinvd which
may U varied tit wilt, cunning corre
sponding variations In lung m-ii pa city.
By this menus Courmunt tlndi that
persons who submit themx'lrex to hlx
InvextlgntloiiN crt along very well with
a quarter of the usual lung enpselty
Sluillur exMrlmeut In n I'arlx hos
pital show that patient, deprived of
Qve-slxtliN of their breathing capacity
s.uffer very little Inconvenience nnd ex.
hllilt no symptoms of the lack of a
proper amount of oxygen.
The eouvluxlou U that If one ran lire
with one-sixth of tilt lung K,ver he
ought to do very well Indeed with a
sluglu lung. Buxton Herald.
Peters Shot Gun and KMo ammu
nition. Skuso Hardware Co. Adv.
Mnxori Sure Keal
Kkiiftc II nrtl ware Co. Adv.
If Kidneys and Bladder Bother Then
Foley Kidney I'ilU.
Overworked kidneys will broak
down If not helped. When thoy can
no longer protect tho blood and tho
body from tho poisons that coino to
them, then look out for Brlght's dls
erst, serious kidney trouble and blad
der nnuoynnces. Foley Kidney Pills
aro your best protection, jour best
medicine fur weuk, sore, overworked
kidney nnd bladder ueaknesios,
Pattorson Drug Co. Adv.
Keep You Away
' I ' mill l l l
BEND is Going to Celebrate.
Come help us have a good
tirhe. We absolutely guaran
tee you a day of pleasure and
amusement. I also guarantee
Money Savers for the Week
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Men's Oxfords it Ladies' Shoes
Mens' Oxfords In Slies Hlx
to Nine. Patent Leather.
Tan and Dull Calf leathers
Included. Styles and Values
up to Five Dollars a Pnlr
During this Week, Choice
Ladles' Shoes In Sires Ttwt
and n Half to Four nnb
Many PnlrM of Dull Calf,
Patent Leather and Black
Kid. Welt Hewed Holes, Hut
ton and Lace Htyles. Actirtl
Values up to Four Dollnrw
per Pair, Choice
1 cent a Word
IS ALL A LITTLE
, WILL COST YOU
I t C '
IF YOU WISH.
Adertlnemcnts Inserted under till.
heading nt the rate, of o.NB CENT A
WORD each Insertion. Cash iniixt
accoMi'Miny nil orders from pemons
not liming n regular account with
Tho Bulletin. No ndterllncment tak
for lew. than 1.1 ctmU escli Inxertlon.
BUNTING and FLAGS
Mil. BUSINESSMAN: -You will want Finns nntl
Hunting to decorate your place of business as well as
your (lout for the parade. I have them. C.ive me
your order while the assortment is complete.
See our line of Red Seal Dress
Ginghams wc are .selling at
l Oc per yd.
We sell Men's
WANTED I can locate you on a
few good timber claims while they
last. J. II. Minor, Ilond, Ore. ICtf
WANTED Olrl for general house
work. Apply at O. M. Patter
WANTED From ono to six milk
cows. Durham preferred. Address
Ivan R. Knotts, Ucnd, Oregon. 15-17c
WANTED Competent slrl for
general housework. Good wages and
permanent position. Mrs. C. S. Hud
ON the FOURTH delivery to 10 a. m. only
Get Logan Berries and
Raspberries, Ball Mason and
Golden State Mason Jars
You can get them all at
Shuey's Cash Grocery
LEADING EATS STORE OF DEND
FOR RENT Modern cottago com.
pletely furnished. Reasonahlo prlco
to responsible person, Inquire Ilulle
tin oOlce. 10tt
FOR RENT Two lots, large throe
room house. Kenwood. $7.00 per
month. Inquire Rend Oroccry, lOtf
FOR RENT Two room cabin,
partly furnished. $5 per month. Ilond
Grocery. One block east of depot. Olf
FOR JtENT Small house partly
furnished, 15 a month; also tent
house adjoining. Near depot. In
quire at llullotln. 40tf
FOR JIBNT Pasture -C40 acres
newly fenced. Plenty of water and
grass. 2 miles southoast of town.
Inquire Charles Hlpchen. 13lf
FOR RENT OlUces on Wall stroot
very cheaps Apply llullotln' Office.
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
cated. Eloctrlo lights and water.
Sultablo for housekeeping. Cheap.
Apply Uulletln Oflico.
FOR RENT Two room suites fur
nished for light houso keeping.
Henkle & Ryan. 12tf
--' - -- ' '
- FOR HAIiE.
or on roaionnhlo terms. Call, wrllo
or phono, Mrs, J. It. Robertson, caro
Mr. flhonquest, Ucnd. 11-17
FOR HALE niack Minorca eggs
for sotting, S1.2& for 13. Leave or
ders at Sathor's store. ltfa
FOR HALE At a bargain, lots 1
and S, block 3, North Addition, for-me-
location of Evergreen Ronmlu
Homo, near depot. in..lro ' I',
FOR BALE Ono Durham Ayr
shlro milk cow Just fresh. Also Mil
waukeo binder, first class shape,
price 160.00. A guaranteed bar
gain. A, A. Ilerg, Olst, Ore. 16-1 8c.
LOST May 20th, near Horse
Ridge, two purses, ono containing
man's gold watch and small change.
Name Inside both. Finder please no
tify Mrs. V, Schredor, Rolyat, Ore
FOR SALE All kinds ot rough
and dressed lumber, nt Anderson
Ilros, sawmill half ay between Ilond
and Lsldlsw, on old Tumalo road.
FOR HALE A first olass relin
quishment under the Hwallny Dlieh.
26 wator shares, and moro If desired.
30 acres Improved. 20 in orop. K.
J. Rogers, I-alillnw. itl'
iim... in ml i u, m. .1..
TO TRADE For team of horses.
Well drilling outfit In first class con
dition valued at $150. J. II. Min
TO EXCHANGE Two well locat
ed lots In Ilond for team, wagon and
harness. Address ,1). p. Winter, Pow
ell llutte, Oregon. 1C-IGt
REWARD $25 for arrest and
conviction of tho party that killed
my shepherd dog, Frank J, (Under,
Mllllcan Valley. 17-1 80
FOR HALE Cheap. Two slnglo
bods. Inquire llullotln oflico. 17tf
FOR SALE Registered O. 1. C.
pigs. Phono or write O. C. Card
well, Ilond. 13 tr
FOR SALE Horse, buggy and
harness. $75. George Gotos, nt
post office. 17tf
FOR SALE Good horse, wolght
about 1300 pounds. 7 years old. In
quire Shuey's Grocery. 17tf
FOR SALE Hotel. Tho Altnmont.
(lend, Oregon. A modern, profltahh
well furnished hotel on terms. W. A.
Hammond, Dubuque, lown. 15-lOp
FOR SALE 30 head of woll brod
Jersey cows, milking with tholr first
calves, nlco a fow excellent holfers.
Prices reasonable. Pnnne or address
L. 11. Lafollett. Prlnevillo, Ore. 1720p
FOR SALE Two good relinquish
ments adjoining. Two nnd one half
miles from Alfalfa, Oregon, near
main canal. $250 each. Write or In
quire, W. JI.,8,, Alfalfa, Oro. 17-18p
FOR". SALE Hand' made Weber
piano. Would sell cheap for cash,
This Year so Buy that New
before the FOURTH of July
.New Nifty Neckwearthe LATEST.
In fact EVERYTHING FOR MEN.
EVE1UVEAK HOSE FOR MEN
Guiirntittt'd Six Puirs Six MonOi:;.
20 per cent discount on Oxford
Shoes and Summer Straws and
-- Panamas:rrr... .l
A. L. FRENCH
Reasonahlo prices, rough lumber $10
per M. Dollvorlng to Rend or Laid
law $2 per M. Telephone 19tr
LOST AND FOUND.