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THE BKND BULLETIN, MEND, OWE., WKDNK8DAY, OCTOBER H, 10H,
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tfHE BEND BULLETIN
-(PhM.! Jfcrcry Wawdj)
- GEORGE PALMER, TUTNAM
Editor and Pubttshcr.
IIODERT W. SAWYER
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II. W. 17. P. CO.
The Investigation, ot tho rates ot
tho Bond Water Light & VowcV Oom
pauy, begun at tho request Jpf f tho
City Council, has now roachbdtho
point ot ascertaining tho valuation
ot the company's property, as n, basis
on whtch to mako tho rnto study.
Tho Stato Railroad Commission hat
ordered that tho valuation bo found
and 11. A. Urackenbury, an export
engineer from Portland. Is now on
gngud In the work. Tho coat or nak
Inft tho valuation 1b borno by tho lo
cal compnny and not by tho stato as
Is generally supposed. When Mr.
Brnckenbury has complotod his re
port tho commission sends two men,
tan electrical expert and water ox-
pert, to check up his conclusions, and
thereafter tho commission passes on
"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER U, 19H.
HOT LAKH MANAOER WOULD
LIKE NOTICE OK ARRIVAL IN
Persons contemplating a visit to
Hot Lake Springs, Oregon, who re
quire tho service of a wheel chair
ot dlhor "special convenience, aro re
quested b&JbimanagomcnL to giro
notice ot arrival in advance, so that
proper care and attention may bo
assured. Paid advertisement. 32-3-lc
THE PAST WEEK
THE DESCHUTES FAIR,
The Bulletin has received several
.requests for Information as to tho
'location ot the county fair In case
division carles. A few wish to know
It Deschutes county would have any
fair and others where the fair would
Tho present law authorizing coun
' tics to hold agricultural fairs was
passed by the legislature in 1013 and
may bo found In tho session laws of
1t!Jat year, choptcr H6. It provides
WATER USKRH ELECT.
At a recent mcotlng ot tho Water
Users Association ot tho C. 0. I.
Co., Dr. P. 11. Dcncer was elected a
director and P. J. Pcderson becamo
secretary In place of Earl Benton. Al
tnus Ncff is tho now treasurer.
Lots one ami two of block Threo
of North Addition to Bend. $500.00
cash. For particulars, phono or writa
II. O. Rrown, Pilot Butto ranch; or
C. S. Benson, Bead. 32-3&0
for the appointment by tho county
court of a fair board which Is charg
ed with tho entire management of
itha fair. Funds for its maintenance
no provided by a payment by tho
state plus, of course, such amounts
aajmny be earned. Tho amount Is
paid by tho stato whether thoro Is a
fair or not nnd In case there Is nono
tho fund is transferred to tho general
tfThero seems to bo no provision In
tnis or any oinor law maKing u
accessary' that tho fair be held at
ttftFcounty-seat, tbo location appar
ently bolng left to the Judgmeat of
tho fair board.
If the fair could be held anywhere
In the county thcro would be threo
natural contenders for the honor In
Deschutes county. Laldlaw, Redmond
aid Sisters, the three communities
Where fairs aro now held.
Of tho three, Sisters and Redmond
nro probably better prepared to han
dle the event, the former town in
particular having shown Its grounds
particular' havlag shown in its
grounds and in tho management of
Its first fair ample ability to caro far
a larger attraction. Redmond has tk
tidvaftlnga ot being on the railroad,
FAVORS COUNTY DIVISION.
Oeorge W. Wlmor formerly of
Laldlaw, who moved from thoro a
year ago to ltvo In Ashland, wrltas
as follows: "I .would bo pleased to
hear of the division of Crook coun
ty and were I a resident would do my
utmost for Deschutes county." Mr.
Wirnor also urges his frlonds In this
section to vote for tho tax for tho
normal school at Ashland.
A NEW PHYSICIAN.
Having relinquished my practlco nt
Bond to Dr. R. D. Stovatl or Portland
and knowing him to bo a competent
prnctitlonor. I wish to recommend
him to my friends and past patrons.
Dr. Stowell will nrrlvo tonight. Dr.
A. B. Cropp. Adv. 32p
RICK GETS ON BALLOT.
Fred A. Rico was horo Monday.
Mr. Rico has become n candldato for
county surveyor by filing a petition
of nomination, and his namo appears
on tbo ballots as n non-partisan. Ills
chief opponent In tho raco is H. A.
Keller, of Prlnovlllc. Mr. Rico and
hltj friends seem to think that ha has
an excellent chanco for ro-clcctlon.
Tho week has developed news fav
ornblo to the Qerman cause.
Last Friday tho Belgian city ot
Antworp was taken by tho Kalser
troops, after a brilliant attack whtch
lasted but llvo days. Tho blR tier
man slcgo guns battered Antwerp's
defenses Into a pulp, again demon
strating that stationary fortrossoa aro
next to useless In modern wnriare.
Tho Belgian garrison, rolnforced by
British troops, escaped. Many thous
and wore luterned In Holland. flcr
many hna Ibvtcd an Indemnity of
Tho week has developed news fav
$100,000,000 on Antworp. Tho Bel
gian government has boon establish
ed at Havre, In Rranco.
On October 6 n German torpedo
b nt destroyer wna sunk bya English
submarluo. Tho Russian cruiser Pal
ladia hns been sunk by a Gorman sub
marine Tho Gorman Heat still stays
protected at the Kiel canal.
Tho tremondous general engage
ment along tho lino extending across
tho northern bordor of Franco con
tinues, with no decisive results.
Russia, Judging from conflicting
reports. Is not making any notablo
gains In Us advance against Gormany.
Austrian news Is cllght. Sorvln
seemingly Is having tho best ot tho
strugglo in that direction.
What may bo of great Imporlanco
is tho official admission In London of
a Boer rebellion In South Africa.
This Is fomented by tho Germans. So
far Its extent apparently Is not con
At Serajevo in Austria on October
3 'cgan the trial of 32 men charged
with responsibility for tho nssassl.
nation of Archduko Francis Ferdi
nand and his wife, the deed which
gavo tho oxcusb for tho war.
ntlvo. Thoro will be hVoWfo argu"
-cVonls but Ross- Farnhum Ttlll dis
cus various If.x measures which ap
pear on tho ballot. ' ;
Foley Cathartic Tablet. '
I You will llko their positive action.
Thoy havo a tonlo effect on tho bowels
janil glvo a wholesome, thorough
cleaning to tho ontlro bowaXfuot.
' Stir tho liver to healthy activity, nnd
I keep stomach sweet. Constipation,
headache, dull, tired feollnit never
r.mlct IhfWn will! II m l.'illnv Pnlhhvlln
j Tablets, ' Only 25 cents. Patto'raon
urug uo. AUV. ,
MILLICAN BECOMES MOUNT PINE
'WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.i-.Tha
namo ot tho postalllco of Mlllfoftti
has been chnuged to Mount Pino.
Peter B. Johnson Is continued as pout
. - "
i " pH
Try tho Altamont for Sunday din.
nor. C to 7. p. m. Adv.
HBAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Issued by Crook County Almtritct Co,
N. W Tawnslto Co. to Harry Mets
It 3, blk 10, N. W. Townslto Co.'s 1st
Tho Bond Co. to Public, deed
streets and hlghwayo In NW NE 32-17-12.
Tho Bend Co. to Axel Foshaug It.
11, blk. 40 Center add Bend.
I inn h candidate for reelection for
My Record h my llccoiitnijjnuiiUoiL
Four Terms of Faithful Service.
My ofllcc has been conducted with eompotcneo
and economy, and,yiil contijvuato he,
notice to .my patrons.
On tho last week of each month.
I will be In Sisters until further no
tice. Dr. J. II. Connarn, Bond, Ore
gon. Adv. 32c
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
Tho U. S. Civil Service Commis
sion announces that a stenographer
and typewriter examination will bo
hold In- this city on' Novomber 21,
Persons who desire to enter the
examination should apply to the Lo
cal Secretary, Board of Olvll Ser
vice Examlnors, at the post offlca.
fhla rllv. nr in thn SivrAtnrv TCIrtvnntli
and although Its fair In the past baa; civil Service Dlstrlot, 207 Post Of-
uee uuuuing, seaiuc, wasn, lor ap
plication blank (Form 1371) and In
formation, tor Applicants (1434.).
Both man and women will be ad
mitted. Age limits are IS yoars or
over on tho date of the examination.
Just arrived, nlco lino of caudles,
nuts, etc. You will appreciate our
warm bath rooms In Uio cold weather.
Tho samo trio of barters Is nt your
Borneo, tuo .Metropolitan, aov.
GOOD ADS FOR TOWN.
Tho October Issuo ot tho North
west News. Issued by the Northwest
Townslte Company of Philadelphia,
contains much publicity for Bend.
In addition to several articles, thoro
are three largo cuts, ono showing
tho First National Bank building, an
other a busy sceno at tho United
Warehouse, and the third sheep pass
ing through town for shipment hero.
ROME WHO OPPOSK.
Just where tho opposition to emu
ty division Is coming from, so far ns
tno Last Side Is concerned, developed
pretty certainly Inst wcok nt Lnmon
tn and Gntewny. At meetings thoro
John Combs, Collins Elklns. W. V.
King and others from Prlnovlllo
showed up and did all they could to
split tho work of tho dlvlslonlats.
However, little seems to havo result
ed except embarrassment for tho vis
itors, who appear to havo several
kinds of a political right ou tholr
Meet mo at tho chicken plo dinner
in inpiett building Thursday nlgltt.
uctoner as. auv.
I announce my candidacy for the office of
at the coming election, as a nou-paitisou.
My platform is: Good Roads and a
Continued Competent and Impartial Administration'
Fred A. Rice
Try an oyster cocktail at tbo Cozy
Restaurants Adv. 31-34p
BISHOP PADDOCK BACK.
Word has been received from Ro
ert L. Paddock, Episcopal Bishop uf
Eastern Oregon, that he will ho hero
snortly. Bishop Paddock was tnken
III with the grippe early In tho spring
and his sickness developed norvotls
prostration. After two months In a
Pprtland hospital ho was obliged to
tako a long sea voyage nnd mndo thn
round trip from Seattle to tho Ori
ent. While not yet In full possession
of hla strength, ho Is now nblo to rs
sumo somo ot his work.
been more especially davoted to tke
potato it Qouid readily add otaor gj-
.Vlth the pthers already In the field
atad-so well equipped Laldlaw wotld
l-bandloapped In the raos. Nevei
thcrees'It people are hustlors and If
thjkjr go attor tho fair they would put
upa good fight to get It.
It s clear that Deschutes oounty
would havo a worthy fair and that In
more than one town there exists to
'day .the nucleus of an efficient fair
arKanlratfon. Which ono would oe
selected would depend on the fair
board and on futuro development.-
Try tho Altamont for rosttls. Adv.
HEART OF OREGON.
Mrs. Ada B. Mllllarn says that sho
has just established the fact that nf
tor all Prlnovllle Is not tho "heart
ot Oregon." as It advertises. The
exact contor of tho stato. as shown
on tho map, aho says. Is Mlllloan. At
least. It lies oxactly half way between
Oregon's north and south boundar
ies, and Is only threo miles oast of
t'ie center, reckoning the distance be
tween tho Pacific and Idaho.
Steaks and chops a specialty nt the
Cozy RosUturant. Adv. 31-34p
Stop TIioko Early Bronchial Cough.
They hang on all winter If not
checked, and pavn the way for ser
ious throat nnd lung dlsonscs. Got
a bottlo of Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound, and tako It freely. Stop
coughs and colds, hrnls raw Inflamed
throat, loosens the phlegm and is
mildly laxative. Best for children
nnd grown persons. No opiates. Pat
terson Drug Co. Adv.
COJOIHRCIAL CLUB LUNCHEON
At tho Commercial Club lunch n
to t held at the Pllct Iutlj on S-it-cr4ay
Miss It loth will discuss tho af
firmative of tho m .ftstiro providing
an eight hour day for female work
oi r. and Mrs. L. C. Fleming, the neg-
A GOOD WORK. ,'
'it would be Impossible to give to
strong endorsement to the work of
the Oregon Hygiene Society, as ex.
empllfioil ly Its exhibit here and than
plJnS1 for (is educatlonel meeting.
"While education has progressed
valiantly in all other directions, io
this one all-Important field of tmx
education Ignorance has prevallwl
Tbo subjeet has been tattoo. Schools
avoid it llko a plague. So-erlled edu
oators, for the most part, fear even
to approaoh It. Worst of all, par-
eat have beenbafllod by It. and be-
caUBg thoy did not know bow best to
telLthelr children what they should
know, they have told them nothing.
There Is not one of us who has not
seen distressing examples of tho re
sults of this blind folly, which is
composed equally of Ignorance,
thoughtlessness and cowardice.
$q, prejudices of religion or sontl-'
mentality are brought Into the cam
paign of the Soolety. It Is based on
bl(J wjwmqn.spiiHo truths nnd medical
fnfiis that neod "ho argument The
liwfTprtance of It Is apparent and tho
mxo one loams of it. tfc. more vital
fffh'd should take fall advantage
of thla opportunty for education that
Is offered it. Only good can come of
thiSwlrig a little light on places too
lojOgkopt dark. r I
iiocmi cosiixfl to jibNd!
RMjjqrf A. Boolh, Republican noinl-J
Sena&r. will ba hero Thuruda.' Oo
tm28, and will speak at tho Com
nlefclal Club rooms.
Jonathan and Spitzenberg
S1.50 Per Box. In lots of
five boxes, $1.40 per box.
Shuey's Cash Grocery
ARE DUE THE PEOPLE OF BEND AND THE ADJOIN.
INO COUNTRY FOR THEIR LIBERAL PATRONAOG.
THOUGH THE COST OF FLOUR AND SUGAR HAS
OUR PRICE FOR BREAD IS STILL ONLY
50 A LOAf7"
YOU WILL FIND IT ON SALE AT OUR WALL
bTREKT STORE ANU AT THE FOLLOWING OROCBR
1198: PILOT BUTTE OROCERV. Ihinil Sheet.
SUUEY'H GROCERY, UuUHtioot,
KENWOOD GROCERY, Kenwood.
BEND GROCERY. Center Addition.
: WE' CARRY A FULL LINE OF PIES. CAKES, CAN-
VJHKfl, IQE aimM AND FJtEHH FRUITS. LUNCHES
Sfe)RINER So HUEY
ROLL TOILET PAPER
TIN COVERS, All Sl
TWO TIN CUPS
H DOZEN CLOTHES PINS
TWO MOUSE THAI'S
box hair pins
dozen 1eahl buttons
And Huiidrrdtt of Other
COMB AND SEE
THE VARIETY STORE
WANTED Girl for general bouse
work. Inijulro Mrs. O. M. Patter
FOR RENT Modern five room
homo cloto In. Ros Furnhnm 3Stf
FOR RENT Two smalt furnished
houses near sohool house. S. R. Ho
gin, half block north nnd half btoek
west ot depot. 33tf
WANTKDt-Thrco tons of balsd
hny. Wrlto L. Corlila. U Pino. 3Jc
WANTEI Work In restaurant or
hotel. Address Mrs. C. Trent, lald
law. Oregon. 31-3p
WANT TO EXCHANGE A Votr
grnphophono and records for a good
shot gin or rifle. Apply F. E. Dick.
Rend, Oregon. 31tf
WANTED At Mlllloan Inn, 3d
miles out on Iloiid-Ilunis road, n
middle aged woman who can tnKo
rcsponsllila position as cook and
hoiieo keeper. RecommondntlonH do
slrod. Wrlto Immediately to Ada B.
Mlllloan, Mlllloan, uro. 30tf
WANTED Work on dairy or farm
by man and wife. Apply llullstli
linker wagon, 3U Inch.
FOR RENT Purnlshod room with
uio of piano. Jnnulro Mrs. Prlnso
FOR RILNT Four room ooltagu,
well furnished. Phono Rlnek
UI..I.I .. U.l.
FOR 8ALB Law hand made
quilt by Methodist Udtat Aid B1
ety may be sets at Mrs. Rehrodsr's
FOR S.VLI4 Thre good milk
ooWs and samp. honHM. Cheap. Craw
ford's toed yard.
FOR BALE Threo Touloiuo goc
and uno gander. F. V. Swisher. Laid
FOR SALE Fine H. O. White Ik
horn nnd Barred Rock Cockerels and
hens at 78 cents and f LOO each Mrs
E A. Smith. Tulunhono Rural
FOR SALE COO Head ot sheep,
owes and lambs, Fred Wlose, Kl
tsrs, Oregon. 3I-.13p.
FOR SALE Threo Jorrey rows.
Phono Millard Tripled. Sltr
FOH BALE Team, and two mdw
doublo hnrnesM, buggy and ens lot
or small tools. Inquire Nlxoti.
FOR BALK-Gnnlilno snap. N'Iho lit
tle housn and lot on Adams tienr
Rainier drlvu. ImI 6, block 17, ''ark
tddltlon to Bend. Best offer lakes It
State bank to send papers to. M C.
Pratt, 017 lllll Street., Us Aiignles,
Cal. fV).J ,c
FOR SALE 330 ncro honiMten-I
rcllnitutshment nt a bargain. Land
level, good looatlon. Inqulro Bulle
FOR HALE Cheap. Two single
leds. Inqulro Bullotln omen, 17tf
FOR BALI-; Cheap, two Jcrstv
cows, apply Bulletin odlco. SS-SSp.
FOR SALE Potato dlggtr. In
qulro M. J. Main. 28 tr
FOR SALI8 Helsloln cows, hl-t
produsurs, somo fresh now, others In
month. Farm 7 miles N. E. Butt
station. Redmond. Phono No. 2301
P. O. PrlMovllle. J. F. Rise. !2if
IX)flT AND IfOUND.
FOR SALE A second hand fltude- Bullotln
LOST White setter dog. Notify
Bulletin ofllcc if
LOST Silver waleh. nickel chain
32-33p October 2, 1914. Finder return lo
AT REASONABLE PRICES
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Directory of ch City, Town and
Villas, siring- do.crlptlvo kotch or
each pine, location, population, (!
graph, thlpplnr anil banking point)
. oio Claulfltd Directory, compiled by
butlnH and pro(Mlon. A
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