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THR BKND BULLETIN, BEND.ORK., WEDNESDAY, SVhV IB, lt14.
THE BEND BULLETINS
(raMlMhctl Krcrx Wednesday)
'ft m iimi ill I i.. hi -
GEORGE; PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
The Perils of Pauline
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, SAME DAY RECEIVED
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ing for tno squnro aoai, clean uusi
noss, clean politics and tho best In
terest of Bend nnd Control Orogqn,
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WEDNESDAY, J OTA" 15, 1914,
i,L .. -'.sttaaase ' sasagaaessg
Unless something unforeseen hap
pens, the new creamery will begiu
i-batter making next Monday. To be
nliln in rornrit that ftkrt Ia ni cront n
They do not expect JlBbcrt,sffflCtlon a8 Tho Dunetn has en-
Joyed "for some time. Not that It
cr.n claim any especial distinction In
THE COUNTY DIVISION.
- "How will It affect taxes?" Is the
'first question tho voter will ask on
having tho county division proposi
tion rut up to his. Thero Is only one
answer. It depends on the character
of -tho '00101818 who administer tho
county affairs. If they arc carelsas
and extravagant taxes may be higher.
If they are careful and economical
taxes will bo lower. Tho character
of tho county officials depends on tho
tetters and so. In the last analysis,
whether or not taxes aro higher de
pends on tho voters themselves.
Crook county Is too largo for ef
"ficJcnt and economical administra
tion. The Interests of the different
sections are opposed. What one wants
another fights against. There Is no
unanimity and no common purpose to
fehlovc. The county Is too large
for-the best Interests of its residents
For n large number of them It Is a
day's Journey to the county scat anil
as a result they know little of what
Is going on In county affairs. They
have neither tho time nor the raonyy
to make themselves felt as voters an.l
tax payers. In short all the disad
vantages that flow from' tho admin
istration of a large couiuy "exist In
, Crook fcounty aS" at present consti
The remedy for this state oT affairs
Is plain and it Is the one which Is
now being sought. That this Is rca
Jlxe'd by the' residents of the north
end Is shown by the way they hava
come out in support of their division
petition, as reported elcewhere In this'
taxes. They look for a reduction n
Tunning expenses and to have the tax
money they pay spent at home.
With the proper officials that will
be the result In Deschutes county.
Salaries must be paid that will, of
course, to an extent, be a duplication
of salaries paid In Prlnevllle. Oniy
to some extent, however, since thay
need not be as large In a smaller
county. nor will as much be necessary
for the pay of deputies and clerical
assistance. Dut the big saving comes
in tbe actual reductiqn .of expense
which follows from a smaller admini
strative area, and easier means of
To take a specific Instance: One
term of the circuit court la Prlne
vllle last year cost I6.063.5C. Of this
$4,973.80 went for Juror and witness
fees and mileage. Another term cost
$2,172.75 of which $2,107.40 was
juror and witness fees and mileage.
In a smaller county a large part of
that mileage would have been saved.
It Is not Prlnevlllo'e fault that it :s
expensive to get there. It Is not her '
fault that every bit of county bu.il
nets that must be done by a court '
house official away from the town
costs the county In traveling ex
penses, nor Is It her fault that '.t
costs so muchto get from one part
of tho county to the other. It la
the mlsforttme of the taxpayers.
however, and they can lessen It only
by forming smaller counties.
, That has been, done elsewhere In
Oregon. Before the present Sher
man county cut off it was paying a
20nill general fund tax and a $3
poll tax. For the past 10 years the
general fund tax In Sherman county
has averaged 9.C mills. Division
there did not increase taxes. It need
not do so here.
It all rests with tho voters.
Thursday, July 16
Don't Miss the Story!
tax paid by the local district and not having brought tho result about In
expended here as provided by law.
We remember something about tho
common with tho rest of the town
It has tried to do Its share In pro
motlne tho inlnrnrlin lint liocnna..
pot's calling tho kettle black nnd nn ,t , ft tnnB,l)lo OVldcnco of tho splr
Injunctlon to "cast out the beam out j jt of tho town and of tho growing
of thine own eyes" that you may "sco : feeling of tho Interdependence of
clearly to cast out tho mote out -f tho town nnd tho country people. To
thy brother's eye." Both seem per
tinent at this time as is shown by
the following quotation from the
record of tho proceedings of the
county court on February -t of this
"In the matter of the claim of tho
City of Prlnevlllo against Crook comi
ty for certain road taxes. Said mat
ter coming up for consideration or
dered that tho same bo continued for
Investigation of tho same by the
same by the county and In order that
the district attorney may look Into
the legal status of the same."
Has the Nows criticized Its home
town for making tho tamo sort of
"technical" claim as that mado by
s In Men s and Womens' Apparel, White Goods, Wash s
Goods, Ginghams, Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Under- l ,
H wear, Gloves, etc., to bs cleared from our stock commencing st t
July 1 5 and Continuing Until July 25th.
Nothing reserved, every article in the store will be on sale '
at unusual prices. Many of these items are of the most U
staple character and are called for every day, so that the st ,
low prices named must surely command your attention. st (
All $a.7.1 Waists, Bpcclnl . , . W!.M
All 9JI.0O Waists, Special. . .$I.!H
All 12.00 Waists. Special. . .I.UU
All 1.7.1 Waists, Special... Ml. ll
All SI.U3 Waists, 8peclal. . 3 .7.1
Colonial Crepes, Regular lc
Batiste Lawns, Regular 10c
Ratines and I)lmlts, Regular
All Stic Crepes. Special
Renfrew Crepes, Regular :ilc
Exceptional Values In
C unify Cut Vests, Regular floe
Cunify Cut Vests. Rogulnr Mo
Ladles' (lauzo Vests, Regular
Oiuinv Union Suits, Regular fltlc
MlstuV (Inuxo Visits, Regular
Me, Special I Ir
U , lUl-im. L-Jl 11-4.' V U.i.lKCT
Men's Oxfords up to and Including
y.1.00 values, this Sale SI..10
Any pair Ladles' Shoes In this
store, per pair 51.7.1
Last Call of tho Season
at These Prices
All S'muo Corsets up to M.l.flO
ThlftHalu. Chulco Ml. HO
V. T. Corsets, Regular Ml. .10
All Lntlltii' I'uritew h IVIu-
Auto Scarfs, Rigulur !)',
Regular l)c llrooaded 1'orllii lite it
Regular (Hie Tub Silks. . l;ic it
Keuular OOr Kpongw Rntlins ItUt
Regular ll.1r Poplins llc
Regular M I'llsse Crop I7i'
Look at These
be a part of a town that has that sort
of spirit Is a very pleasant thing.
Speaking of the laltlntlvo laws
to be voted on In November a Port
land news bureau says that "threo
would abolish corporation commis
sioner, death and senate." Wo are
not sure about tho first nnd last
measures, but tho second should re
ceive an unanimous vote.
If Heurtn gets away through Vera
Cruz ha may thank his stars that
tho United States was' thero to lot
I will bo at the Bend Hotel July 10
to 20. Those wishing their eyes
properly fitted please remember these
dates. Dr. Ida Behrendt, Optomet
rist. Adv. It)
Copper Non-Rust. tin and galra.
nlzcd. Skuse Hardftaro Co. Adv.
Many fishermen are putting the
heads and entrails of trout they clean
into the rivers and lakes. This Is
CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK.
gNot satisfied with having fllohed
thoxounty out of the bulk of the road
funds or several years past in ex
penditures on roads In its vicinity.
Bend is again actively engaged in
forcing the county to dlsgorgo the
sum, of 992.82 which it claims
through a technicality."
, Thoiforegoing is frouj TnoiPrlno-j
V UU ,1U rwtf SM4 IVAVAR fJ MV V
madejat tfio recent term of the coun
ty jf ourt lor Cou per cent of the road
l .... '-.iVt-'T '
1 cent a word
IS ALL A LITTLE
WILL COST YOU
IF YOU WISH.
Going south to a new homestead?
Get your supplies at
The Best Groceries at Right Prices.
Shuey's, Cash Grpcery
f '"'V. v
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BIG MONEY-SAVING SALE
SS THIS IS
SS THE ONE
SS WALL AND OREGON STS. fund's Cash StOre
Sale Opens Wedncsdny Morning, July 15th, nnd closes Saturday Evening, July 25.
Don't Miss It. WE SAVE YOU MONEY. DONT WAIT until the last day.
TELEPHONE NO 44
against tho law, nnd Is really a very
bad practice as It makes tho wator
Impure. All sportsmen aro requested
to cooperate to stop this practice.
CLYDE McKAV, Dlst. Game Warden
OPTOMKTHV AH A SCIENCE
has gained recognition throughout
tho cntlro country and 2G stntes
have enacted laws regarding It. It
creates a new standard of exact
ness and mathematical accuracy
whereby your eyes aro examined
and fitted to glasses by a registered
optometrist In such a way that no
error Is. possible.
For exact work In examination,
making and fitting of glasses or
Dr. Ida Behrendt
BEND HOTEL. IIENI), OUKfJON
JULY 1M TO SO
Advertisement Inserted under this
hcAdinii nt the rnto of ONE CENT A
WOItl) encli insertion. Cnxh must
accompuny nil orders from pemons
not IiiuIiik n regular account with
Tliq Itiilletln, No flicrllciiicnt Ink
fcr lt'f.M than 1,1 cents each liiwcrtloii.
FOK BENT Two room cabin,
partly furnished. $& per month. Bend
Grocery. One block east of depot. Otf
FOIl BENT Small house partly
furnished, JG a month; also tent
houso adjoining. Near depot. In
quire at Bulletin. 49tf
FOB BENT Pasture 00 acres
newly fencod. I'lenty of water and
grass. 2 4 miles southoast of town.
Innulro Charles Slpchen. 13tf
FOB BENT Offices on Wall street
very cheap. Apply Bulletin Office,
FOR BENT Booms centrally lo
cated. Electric lights nnd water.
Bultablo for housekeeping. Cheap,
Apply Bulletin Office, ,
FOB BENT Two room sultesfur-
nished for light houso keeping.
Henklo & Byan. IStf
WANTED Girl for genoral house
work. Apply at O, M. Patter
WANTED Competent girl for
genoral housework. Good wages nnd
permanent position. Mrs. C. 8. Hud
FOR BENT Four roqra cottago
furnished, piano and chickens. Doj
chutes addition. Telephone Black
. . ..-. 19tf
FORrRENT Suite 'of three
FOR SALE Young cow, giving
two gallons dally, 6S. J. B.
FOR HALE Improved relinquish
mont. 20 miles from Bcud. Inquire
FOR BALE A first class rolln-
A.aliit.N.Inf 1 4! rt MM.... iinn. .I,A
jUIOIIIilVII., 4VV HUIVD UI.UU, ...U
HMalley Ditch, 25 water shares moro
If desired. 30 acres Improved, nno
crop potatoes, $3,000 work, cash
paid out. 13000 gets It or will tako
crop $2000 or one half (80 acres)
relinquishment 11200, If bought
quick, need tho money, worn out. E.
J. Rogers, Laldluw, Oregon. lOtf
FOR SALE Improvements and re
Ilnqulshment on 120 acres on Tumolo
Project. House, all fenced, 2 good
wells, 3 private ditches. Will take
$300 cash or a good team and wag
on. E. T. Green, Laldluw, Oregon,
Camp 6. 10-22p
FOR SALE All my household
furniture, kitchen range, heater, re
frigerator, round dining table nnd
chairs, sowing machine, etc Fine
piano for 1-3 first cost. Dray lino,
horses, harness, wagons, and goml
cow. J. M. Judd. 10-SOp
FOR SALE Flno cows nt Crnw.
ford's feed yard July 2B. lB-20p
FOR SALE One S year old Hcl
stein' cow giving nihil. $76. Box SA,
FOR SALE Ohoop. Eight ft
(.how cuho and stand complete. Um
FOR SAI'E Want to go to Cen
tral Orogcn. will sell i .n;ieut In
good pool hall nnd cigar si nro chant).
$300.00 down balance can ie arrang
ed on easy terms or will tako rattle
at or near Bend for first payment
Address, 31 E. Wlnchol street, Port
land, Oregon. 18:l!p-
FOR HALE Cheap. One 2 year ol.l
horse, colt woll bred, that will mskit
n light harness driver. M. (1. Coo istf
FOR KALE At auction at stork
yards, Saturday, July 18, one o'clock
Cows nnd household goods. 18-19ri
FOR BALE Cheap. Ty slngV
bods. Inquire Bulletin oClcn. 17tf
FOR BALK Reglltored O. I C
pigs. Phono or write O. C, Card
woll, Bend. luf
FOR HALE Horse, buggy an
harness. $76. fleorge Oato. .it
post office. l'tf
FOIl BALE (Jood horse, weight
about 1300 nounds. 7 years old In
quire Bhuey s (Irucery. 17tC
FOR SALE Hotel. Tho Altamont,
Bend. Oregon. ATiiodorn, profltabln
well furnished hotel on terms. W A.
Hammond, Dubuque, Iowa. IC-lDp-
FOR SALE 30 head of well bred
Jersey cows, milking with their first
calves, also a fow excellent heifers.
Prices reasonable. Pnone or addrmis
L. II. Latollott, Prlnevlllo, Oro. 1720p
FOR HALE Black .Minorca eggsr
for sotting, $1.26 far 13. Leave or
ders at author's store. Ufa
FOR BALE One Durham Ayr
shlro milk cow Just fresh. Also Mil
waukee blndor, first clnss shape,
prlco $50.00. A guaranteed bar
gain. A. A. Borjr, Glut, Ore. 15-lSe.
FOR HALE All kinds of rougb
and dressed lumber, at Anderson
Bros, sawmill half way botwoon Bend
and Laldlsw, on old Tumalo road.
Reasonable- prices, rough lumber $10
por M, Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $2 por M. Telephone. lOtf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST On the Fourth. Child's,
gold ring sot with garnet. Wilder
plensn lonvo nt flhuoy's grocory. IStr
LOST or STRAYED Team of bar
goldlngs, with halters, shod on front
feet. Weight 1330 each. BrandtNl
Bar over S on left shoulder and J on
lower left Jaw. Onu hits white stripe
on fnco and white hind foot, othr
hn star In fnco uml both hind fMC
white. Strayod from old Hlsuuior
pasturo near Bond nbout July 7th.
If uuon plenso tnku up and notify Tb
Bend Company and J. P. Amos, nt
Bond, Orogon. 19c
LOST-Two sorrel geldings, wolgut
1100 pounds, linkers and nno b)l
on. Roward for thorn or Informa
tion. R. A. Puott. six mllen east of
Bend on Bear creek rond. lOtf