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THR MEND I1ULT,KTIN, 11KND, OIIK., WEDNESDAY, IHCCKMllEtt 2, 1B14.
TriB BBND liULLbTlN
(Published Every Wednesday)
aEOiiaK""pALTMl!n "putnam "
ROBERT W. SAWYER
r Managing Editor
An Indopondout nowspnper stand
ing' for tho squnro deal, clonn bust
ness, clonn politics and tho boat In
terests of Dond nnd Central Oregon.
uno year. $1.50
Blx months. .80
Throo months. . . B0
All subscriptions nro duo and
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Notlces-pf
esnlrntton nro mailed Dubscrlbors and
K renewal Is not nindo within reason
able tlmo tho paper win do uiscou-
Please notify us promptly ot any
chungo of address, or or laiiuro to ro
coIto tho paper regularly. Othorwlso
we will not bo responsible for copies
Make all checks and orders pay
able to Bend Oullotin.
forn'l who nrjdenllnK wllh him to
Uq ndrlseU- Just what 1116 Authority
nctunlly Is. Until recently It war
supposed that ho represented tho
company In alt that ho did hero
about. i '
Thoro would bo no objection to
tho mlllngo If tho milling should bfr-gln.
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1914.
My appointment by governor-elect
Wlthycombe ncccBsltatcs my tempor
ary romoval from Bend, after Jan
uary first. This means that my ac
tive editorial supervision of Tho Bul
letin will bo discontinued for tho
tlmo being, and that .henceforth Rob
ert W. Sawyer, who has been asso
ciated with mo on tho paper for two
years, will be In charge
However, my new work, although
taking mo away from Bond, does
not In any way mean that my Inter
est In tho town, financially or other
wise, will lesson In tho slightest de
gree. I shall continue to Invest what
money I may make In Bend. Th-j
Bulletin will contlnuo Its policy of
putting back Into tbo business ltd
profits, so Ui at wo may bultd up a
paper hero that will be a credit to
tho town, as tho town grows. So far
as Is possible my porsonal business,
and certainly all of Tho Bulletin's
business, will be conducted here.
Regarding Tho Bulletin, It will
contlnuo along tho samo lines as lu
the past. The new managing editor
MoIdk Picture Iccturo of Maxwell
Factories nt Dream Tlientro
On Monday night. Baker and Cox,
local dealers for tho Mnxwull Motor
Sales Corporation, will present a freo
moving picture lecturo ontltloi
.From Molton Stool to Automobile, '
which has created ono of tho big
sensations In tho moving picture
world and Is ono of tho most Instruc
tive entertainments ever witnessed.
i There nro four thousand foot of
moving plcturo film, and overy detail
pertaining to tho manufacture, of
.up-to-date motor cars la shown. 'Be
ginning with tho steel mills tho Work.
Is carried down 09 through tho chem
ical laboratories, tho foundry, forgo
and machine departments. Tho as
sembly departments arc shown in
detail and a complete nutomobllo Is
mado, assembled and tested right be
fore tho audlcnco.
Another addod feature will bo
vlows of tho Maxwell car In various
parts of the country. This has tnk-n
tho form of a traveloguo nnd some
wondorful bits of scenery, na woll as
races, hill climbs, etc., ara shown.
Freo admission tickets may le se
cured nt tho Modorn Gnrago. Tho
pictures will bo shown three times.
at Bcvcn, eight and nine o'clock.
CIRCUIT COURT SESSION
Last Term ot tho Year Regius In
Prlucvlllo on Monday Jury Lint.
The last session of tho Circuit
Court for tho year 1914 opens In
Prinovlllo next Monday. It Is not
expected that thbre will be many
cases to bo heard. Tho case In which
tho most local Interest In taken Is
that against. F. 8. McCnbe, charged
with the theft ot 1110 from a local
Tho Jury list for tho coming ses
sion Is as follows Frank Zumwalt.
81st ers; Charles Klann, Gateway; J.
F, Wlognud. Lamontn; C. F. Chalfan.
Gist; Caleb Davis, Post; II. C. Shoo-
maker. Gist; W. E. Claypooi, Clino
Falls: Martin Tellefson. Gateway,
ceorge Rodman, Culver; R. W.
Fllcklngor. Laldlaw; W. H Staats.
has no Instructions but to turn out Bond; Carl Wlndom, Culver; F. 3.
tho best naner ho possibly can with Towner, McKay; G. Nye, Roborta
We have reduced
the high cost of
iMoinUid, Recording Buerotary, George
P Uovot Tronsmoi, C. W Thorn
tnwnito. utuor omcora win no, ap
pointed nt tlul tlmu of IniUnMntlon lu
and II. It. Ford appointed to Investi
gate tho subject. A motion was al
so pnssed that a commltteo be ap
pointed to select delogatos to tho Ir
Further discussion ot tho telephone
system and tho possibility 01 hotter
connections with Laldlaw was had,
Manager Pope ot tho Pioneer com
pany stating what his company couiu
do in tho matter.
Tho next luncheon of tho club will
bo nt tho Pilot Butto hotel.
Writ of Ret lew UnnMlon Tvctuilonl
Itles .Warrant Culled 1
PRIEVIM.W, 1 P. M.B0WH8O
Jddgo '8prlngor nnnln lina fnlldd to
show up, tho Jory ineotlnR hna booh
delayed. However, It probably will
got under way early lu tho nttomonii.
Monday another suit Involving Jof
foreon county wan (llodt whon A. D
Russel filed n writ of review against
tho county court. It In nllcgod that
tho court was not in regular tension
when tho order to put tho county di
vision question on tho ballot was
made, and other technicalities nro In
volved. This would moan that lu the
evont tho Jproscnt Injunction Is din
olvod, as, scorns to, bo expected, the
wiy Is opened for another legal ba't
tlii. Russell" apparently Is an un
known. N. (1. Wallace nnd M. R.
Elliott are his attorneys. Tho caso
to returnable December It.
County Troaauror Jordan today
called In registered warrants up to
NEW I. O. O. I'. OFFICERS.
Officers for tho coming half yoir
woro elected by tho Odd Fellows on
Monday night as follows: Noble
Grand, I H. Glcss; Vlco Grand, E
JKFFEItKON Ilia It I NO.
MADRA8. Doc. 3. Judge Brad-
ahaw nt Tho Dalles Is still consldor
tnff tho Jefferson county matter
which was heard 'before hlin lait
wook. Friends of tho now eountv do-
ch.ro that In the hunring the dlvls
lonlsts had alt tho bofter of It. At
torney Wilson, among other things
seemingly established tho fact Hint
only In tho nnmo of tho ntntn enn
such an Injunction na tho presont be
brought, or by individuals If thoy aro
personally Injured, which In this cane
thoy nro not.
thrf'tneans at his command; to work
for Bend first, last and all the tlmo;
iffa" to refrain from anything ap
proaching personalities or encourage
ment of factlonnl friction. Ills policy
will bo to make Tho Bulletin do tho
utmost good for Bend, and, at all
cost, to keep abreast of tho great
growth which absolutely certainly
will come to Bend.
I shall contlnuo to keep In close
touch with tbo paper and tbo com
munity. The two together mean a
very great deal to me. .Editorially,
and especially as regard) matters of
general state interest. I shall contrib
ute frequently to tho paper. Thoro
will appear, from time to time, ar
ticles from Salem on matters or vital
local Interest which I hopo may bo of
special value. In short, the- paper
henceforth will have opportunity to
spoak with sent measure of author
ity upon questions of public inter
est, nnd Its worth to the community
Jn this direction cannot but be In
creased. 84uo I became owner of The Bul
letin, over four years ago, I have
never Japeed Into the first person on
this editorial page. This, in a way,
1s a direct statement to The Bulle
tin's friends and Its enemies! be
causo I want thorn to know tbo facta
of the case. For four years tho
paper has done Its best for Bend.
So long as I retain ownership and
I firmly expect The Bulletin will be
one of the assets listed In my last
will and testament It will be con
ducted with no other policy. And,
naturally, I shall be grateful If i's
friends continue to favor It with their
genorous patronage, and It they will
lend to tbo new management the
samo co-operation with which they
iiavo favored me.
GEORGE PALMER PIJTNAM.
M. A. Lynch, Redmond; M. E. Braun.
Madras; Barney Cummlngs, Mctoll
us; J. G. Bolter, Gateway; C. M.
Rcdfleld, Dctscbutcs: W. S. Fuller
ton. Sisters; Walt II. May, Laldlaw;
Chas. Paxton, Lamontn; Jacob Beck
er, Hat Rock; Melvln Foster, Powoll
Butte; D. J. Evans, Mill Creek; J.
Altou Thompson. Redmond; Carl
Woods. Sisters; R. G. Bowser, lald
law; Fred Welso, Sisters; A. Mor
row, Grlrrly; C. W. Parrlsh, Madras.
WHAT BEND WORKED FOR.
It is said that relatives may fight
-with each other but that they will
MEETS TRAGIC DEATH
Hjuintcr Olftcn Struck by Flying
Sweep on Stump Puller.
8UNNY8IDB. Nov. 30. HJalmer
Olson of Plalnvlaw met his death Fri
day evening In a very tragic manner.
Ho was employed on the Jim ItlklnV
place pulling trees and at the time
of the accident was working on an
wolatod part of the farm. The
double tree of the machine broke and
Mr. Olson was struck on the heid
liy the flying sweep, and killed In
stantly, one horse also being kil'ed
The body Mas not found until Sat
urday morning when Clyde Gist,
passing through the field saw the
team of horses standing hltchod toi
their dead mato and went over to 'n-'
vestlgate. Tho coroner was called '
but decided that no Inquest was
necessary. Mr. Olson la from Den
mark and had recently purchased the
Henry Schumacher place where ho
resided alone. Llttlo Is known of his
relatives and It ts believed that ho
has none In America.
ifitur Mall Route-on Bend-Burns Road
To Ha. Bought.
.At tho Commercial Club luncheon
join togothor against a common on, last Saturday tho matter ot star mall
my. We still have certain oplnlojs routes on me uena-uurna roau ana
formed during the county division flSS
fight but that does not prevent our , ,ng of George 8. Young. II. C. Ellis
welcoming tho united action taken by
tho Bond and Redmond Commercial
clubs on behalf of the $450,000 by
Seoretary Lane. I
We believe that tho mooting on
Monday night took the logical means
of Insuring our getting what wo til
want this money spent on a Crook I
county Irrigation project. Whether
It Is to be spent on tho oast side nf
the Deschutes or on the west side.
we want it spent; and the two towus
aro to be congratulated on having
KOtten together in the fight Thit
Bend took the lead, and In doing so
suggested the action that was final
ly agreed upon, shows mat possibly
wo nro not altogether selfish.
Now, after the above was written
cpmuH word of Secretary Lano's now
stand. From all information at hand,
It would appear that the course ho
8ggests has neither logic nor busi
ness decency to recommend it. Cer
tainly let us bend all our efforts to
show that tho nation ts oblfgatod to
produce that $450,000 now, Oregon
having dono Its share already. More
than over Is lpcal co-operation a necessity.
Picture Book -
Fur Animal "
Horso and Cart
Your money goes far
ther when spent at
THE VARIETY HTORE
Although about ten candidates arc
moro or less openly In tho field for
the throo nvnlinblo positions on the
City Council, thus fnr not a single
ono hna Died his petition of noun
nrtton with City Recordor Ellis. All
such petitions must ho In ,hy five p.
m. Friday. Tho oleotlon Is uoxt Tins-
CHRISTMAS IS COMING FAST. IN ALMOST
NO TIME IT WILL BE HERE. OUR FINE LINE OF
GOODS AND OUR LOW PRICES WILL AGAIN "
MAKE A "RUSH" OF BUYING IN OUR STORE.
LET US ADUISEYOUNOTTO PUT OFF YOUR
CHRISTMAS BUYING ANY LONGER. COME THIS
WEEK SO YOU CAN CHOOSE IN COMFORT WHAT
IF YOUR MIND IS NOT MADE UP COME TO US:
FOR WHAT YOU SEE WILL HELP YOU MAKE YOUR
CHOICE. DONT WAIT: BUY NOW.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
To the Honorable Mayor nnd Com
mon Council ot tho City of Bond:
Gontlomcn: , f
Tho undorslgnod. C. E. Mvors nud
F J. Wllkey, having subscribed nnd
sworn to tho ntlldavlt horeto nttnoh
cd. respectfully tender herewith the
receipt 01 tho City Treasurer for Six
Hundred ($000,001 Dollars nnd ap
ply for a llcenso from tho City of
Bend to sell wlno, spirituous and
malt Honors nnd fermented elder ar
retail liquor dealers In tho hutldinr
situated on lot 11 or block 11 of
Bond, Oregon, for the period of one
year from tho 1st day of January.
O. E. MYBK8.
F. J. WILIEY.
Datod at Bend Oregon, thts 2nd
day ot December.. 1914.
R. H. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
Greenwood avenue, between Wright! F. W
hotul and canal. J. 11. Btiotuo. 30e,gon.
Stnto of Oregon. Cp)int,v of Crook, si J
wo, v. k. .wen. nnu p. j. wikov
bolng first duly sworn, dopoto an.l
say: That wo nro tho applicants r
tho foregoing application for reui'
liquor license; that we are Araotienn
o'tlsens; that we have nevor been
eonvlcted of allowing fatnalM or min
ora to loiter In or about a place
rharo Intoxicating liquors ware sold,
that we have never sold Intoxleatlnc
liquors to n miner.
a . MYHB8.
F. J WILKRY.
Subscribed and sworn to before
mo th 2nd day of Doeomber, 1914.
at Bond, Oregon.
ROBERT. W. SAWYER.
Notary Public for Oregon.
FOR 8ALE Two good young work
horses. Apply L. C. Young, 6 inllus
northeast ot Bond. 3P-40p
FOR SALE A span 'of horso five
years old noxt spring, weighing about
3000, well broke and now harncM.
Prioo 32C, W. R. Ray, Laldlaw, Ore
gon. , 3Utf
FOR BALE A good team ot hor
ses, weight 3,400 pounds, 8-10 years
old. Also harness nnd wagon. Boo
O. O. King at Auno's barn. 3040 o
FOB BALE Bocond hnnd Ford
oar, 1913 model. Good condition.
Prlco $375. . Hco It. Speck. 30tfo
FOR 8ALE Team of marcs, har
ness and wagon . Prlco reasonable.
S. Murasakl, Betid. 38tf
FOR HALE:00 bushels ryo grain
at $1.35 per bushel In bin. Apply
U Id law, Ore
FOB HALH-Edlson "Homo" phon
ograph and records. Also good piano
player with records. Ileatouabln
tonus, luqulro II. It. Allen, lleml
Company oltlae or realdofleo. 37tf
KOIt BALE or TRADE ltIMor
ed Jersey bull, prleo reasonable. Wi
nter and Hpaunh, laldlaw, Ore. 37(f
FOR BALE Thoroughbred Jersey
bull, (Wo years old. Eligible to reg
Istttr. Phono or enll on William Alt.
4 ',4 tiillos north of Bend. ZOtfc
FOR SALE or TRADIJ HxeoUIur
motorcycle, 3 cylinder, ! seated, near
ly now. Trade for good horses. In
qulro nt Bulletin ofllco. 3ltf
FOR BALE 100 bushots of ry
$1.35 n bushel. On HUtors-I.ldlw
road 0 miles northwont of Laldlaw.
Uuy O. McAIIUtor, Uldlnw. 3l-3Ss
FOR BALE 330 aero homestead
rollnquUhmmit at a bargain. Land
level, good location. Inquire Bulle
tin, . . "3tf
if. tho Central Oroeon Irrigation
Qo, now lntonds to deny the auth-l1
orlty oj its general manager when h.e
does or. says something 'iHsjiloasInfjj
tolhecoinpanV, It becomes necessary
buy the box
Plenty of Walnuts, Almonds, Cit
ron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
Also Seeded and Seedless Raisins,
Currants and Dates.
k A dlw
Bend's Leading Eats Store
fs --f -i M
AdvertUeriwnt Inserted under this
heading at the rate of ONE CENT A
WORD each Insertion. Cash must
accompany all orders from persons
not Imvliu; n regular account with
Tho Bulletin, No adrortlNcinent ink.
for less than 15 ccnU each Insertion,
WANTED Position by Jnpnneso.
ns cooV or to do gonernt housework.
Addross Frank Kawat, Bond, Or. 3 9p
WANTED Position as cook (n
private family by bxporlonced Jap
anese cook. Apply Bulletin of
fice 30 tf
WANTED airl for general houw
work. Apply Mrs, O, M. Patter
son. 3C tf
WANTED- Woman to do family
wanning, net tubs nnd small family,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily:
A full line of Hoyul Club Roods ami Folder's Special
Teas and Collcc ahvayx on hand.
A call will assure you that our prices are reasonable.
T. R.. McCLINCY
Bond Street, Uend, Oregon. Next to Dream Theatre,
Apply at Bulletin ohloa.
FOR RUNT Comfortable dwelj
Intr.Jmrn and Hnaolous yard. West end
Wall street. $7 per month. Annly
Honklo & Rynn vr W. Todd, MIUI
can. . 30-40p
FOR RENT 3 room linuso iiartj
ly furnlshod, water nnd lights, tl
per month. Innulro F,llto Studio.
FOR RENT Throo furnished
rooms for light housu keoplug or
good rooms for two gentlemen. Close
Jn and rent reasonable. Inquire at
O'Donnoll Bros moat market, 38tf
LOST AND FOUND,
rvH' . r ' --
l 0T Solid '" Bllver brncejgt, 'onj
Bend Flour Mill Co.
Thelcading brands of patent Hour,,
Aik your grocer for them.
Large quantities of Shorts, .Bran,
Rolled Oats and Hurley on hand at
(l t - v
Seed Wheat and Hye in several, vn-
Mail Orders solicited.'
Bend Flour Mill Co.
A, J. KHOENKRT,