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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1914)
T1IH ltHN'l) lll'LLKTltf, HKN'I),0R1J., WKDNKSUAV, DKOKMIIKU 10, IBM.
droa, Inspector, Mary Ronvon Boo
rotary, L. II. Gloss; Treasurer, Mniy
llnrkins; Senior Conductor, J. A.
Kqrtinnn; Junior Conductor, Hurry
Hnr.KliiHi MttHlor of Ceremonies, Win.
MRS. Ht'OUUIN 1HIIH.
Mrs. A. (I. Scoggln iHml In l'rlnft
vlllo Ijvat week of double pneumonia.
She Itntl liucn indicted with liuury
MoUowoll rof tin nun dor of hei hue
brxd liiHt mi nnnar but ho court ills
mtsMd'Uio Indictment rhurtly before
hor death on being mlvltwd of her III
tmen. MoDowull Is now serving a life
torm for tho crlnio.
TELLS INDIAN STORY
i i i ii iii i --j
Tk Perils of Pauline
"Tho Heart of Oroson" Itclalci the
Formation of Crooked Itlvcr Vol
ley llooklct Is Illustrated by
Mr, lioullne-ri luted In Horn!
Tho first literary work to oomo
from tho pen of a resident of the Mfl
Honn valley was Iwued In Hond last
"week. Tho work Is entitled "Th
Heart of Oregon" and la ( lecond of
tho Wasco tribe of Indians wrlttoa by
Mrs. Ada It. Milllean.
Tho legend, wltloh Is told in the
form of a poem, la tho Ind:nn versldn
of the formation of the Crooked River
valley through, tho -breaking down of
tho rock wall at Uio west end of the
valley by an Indian warrior, and the
draining of the waters that ho might
recover an Indian maiden who had
been drowned through tho machina
tions of a rival.
Mrs. Mlllloan tolls tho story In
simple nnd straightforward lnnguago
with here and there a phrase that
xtnnds out an unusually well chQn.
Frequently sho makes use of allit
erative words and although no at
tempt at rhyme is sought the poom
effect is complete
The booklet Is Illustrated with
thtee full pago drawings and nuraor
iiis thumb nail sketches mndo by
Collsta M. Dow ling of Portland.
These aro In full keeping with tho
text. Mrs. Dowllng baring caught the
author spirit In an admirable man
ner. Sho has never visited this sec
tion but with Mrs, MlUlcan's assist
ance with samples of tho flora of the
country she has made her work com
plete In every detail The front cover
Ib In two colors and shows tho Croott
pj River Valley through tho opening
In the roeks described In the poem.
The booklet was printed In Tho
Rulletln shop and Is on sale through
out tho county and In Portland.
Make Your Selection Early
Now on Display
All aro Useful and Prices Reasonable
AQBNTS FOR LOWNEY AND IsYLO CHOCOLATE
Lowest Point Since January, 1013,
Reached Sunday Night.
On Sunday night the mercury drop
ped to a lower point than has ben
reached here since tho winter of
Id 13. tureo degrees below zero being
registered at tho local weather sta
tion. Thcrmonyjtors all ovor toxvn
wore studied eagerly early Monday
raornlng.and the rest of the day folks
were busy thawing" out frozen water
The lowest temperature recorded
last winter was 8 degrees above zoro
ru December 19. On January G,
1913 the mark was zoro. At Crescont
Sunday sight tho mercury reached 21
degrees below, the, second lowost
temperature In four years. At Burns
It was 16 dogreas below.
ably play with them next summer.
Springer is tho first man from
Bond to have a tryout with any of
tho Coast leagues, and from the way
he twirled hero last summer, he win
undoubtedly mako good. Mont O'-
Donnoll, who caught Springer on the
Rend team, is largely responsible for
his getting tho Job, as ho informod
tho scout of Springer's possibilities.
oflicors will be appointed at the time
of installation in January.
Uso True Rluo Flour! It Is tho
best made and a Rend product.
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At tho council meeting on Wednes
day night no business of Importanto
was transacted beyond tho paymo'it
of bills, and tho canvass of the re
sult of tho election held the day be
fore. Unices unexpected mattors
corao up thero will bo no further
meetings until next month.
KXIOIITH OK PYTHIAS IULU
Tho third annual ball of the
Knights of Pjthlas Lodgo will bo hold
this evening in Bather's Halt. Music
will bo furnished by Forroit's orches
tra. Arrangements havo been com
pleted to mako tho affnlr ono of the
most pleasing and successful ovor
held by tho lodge.
The Masonic lodgo has elected of-
fleam for the coming term as follows:
Worshipful master, Oeorgo S. Young:
Senior Warden. E. M. Lam; Junior
Warden, J. C. Rhodes; Secretary, J.
D. Davidson; Treasurer, Joe McKay;
Trustee for three years, H C. Ellis.
OPK.V8 ni:w stori:.
C. L. Burns, who recently ramo to
Rend from Oklahoma, has rested tho
Fulkg store1 on Wall street formerly
ooeupled as a pool room, and will
shortly open a furniture store there.
Mr. Burns' stock Is being put m
plaee at the prosent time.
Com of Project and What tho State
Will Mako Out of It.
In a recent editorial on tho Tum
nlo Project tho Oregon Journal pub
lished figures showing tho financial
side of the project which are re
published herewith as having consid
erable local Interest.'
Source of Incouio
17,40-1 acres, at $40, , . .J698.5C0.00
Duo account old vested wa
ter rights '. . . 6,617.30
At their meeting on Friday tho
Robekaha eleotod officers for the coin
ing term as follows: N. O., Mrs. L. O.
Fleming; V. O.. Mrs. C. P. Nlswon-
gqr; Secretary, N. P. Woldor; Treas
Amount Needed to Maintain Dos
chute and Paulina Reported
The Forest Sorvlco has recently
sent In to Congress Its ostlmates cf
annronriatlona needed 1o carry on tha
national forests for tho next flsonll urer, Mrs. L. C. Rudow,
Near, lacmaeq, i ine estimates are
the sums of $8,809 for tho Desobutsa
forect and $6,472 for tho Paulina.
For the current year tho Dasghutes
fore' had $7,GS0 nnd the Paulina
Spoaklng of those oitlmates on
Monday Supervisor Morrltt of Die lo
cal forest office said that the reduc
tion In tho amount needed for tho
Paulina fsreet was the result of the
consolidation of that forest with tho
Deschutos for administrative purposes
i:asti:rn star ofkickrh
At Its meeting Monday night tho
Order of tho Eastern Star elected of
ficers for tho coming torm as follows:
Worthy Matron, Mrs. O. W. Shrlnor;
Worthy Patron, J. I). Davidson; As
sociate Matron, Mrs. F. O. Miner;
Conductress, Mrs. A. M. Prlnglo; As
sociate Conductress, Mrs. P. C. Gar
rison. Secretary, Mrs. J. D. David
son. Treasurer. Mrs. II. II. Ford;
Chaplain. Fred Huey. The lodge will
hold a Joint installation with the Ma
sons on the 28th.
Tho Unltod Artisans havo elected
oflleors for the coming term bi fol
lows: Master Artisan, Sister O. P.
Tho other Gove; Superintendent, Stanford Hn-
Total , ... $701,177 83
Qut of which will bepald
by state ..$450,000.00
Interest duo the
Old contract hold
era 86,761.71 h
Broken Top dl- f
Versions . . C.516.00
Total $673,382.37 f
Troflt for 'tho stato . . .$131,795.52
Bend Pitcher Sign Contract "With I
Northwestern League Club.
tforvftl fjprlnger, the star twlrler cf ,
the Bond nlno, has Just signed a ono
year .contract with iho Seattte club
leavo for their training quarters the
latter part of March, and will prob-
M. J. B. and Golden West
Special Price this Week Only
5 Cents a Pound Off
E. A. SATHER
Don't be Old
In this twentieth century the major
ity of people have advanced so that
they want tho BEST they can buy,
and the thing that will last the long
est, GOOD FURNITURE is the one
thing that will last the longest, and
i as to the quality the BEST can be
E. M. Thompson
I , Fijrniture Man
' ' tit X rW
W1THYCOMBE IS .
(Continued from phflo'l.)
others nskod Soorotary l.ano to spend
his flRO.000 in building n seeoifl
unit of tho Tumnlo projeot, but this
le mora dldlcult and more oostly tlutu
the unit tho stnto has built.
"Had the State and Interior Il
pnrtment oo-oporntod In tho beRln-
nlng, as Governor WmI proposod, nnd
as Saerotary jxw liueiulod, two inits
oi tho Tumnlo Project oottld hnve
been built Jointly for $60 an aero.
which Soorotary Lane believes, would
havo boon a fair uhnrgu n(ta!nst the
This position on tlfn pifrt of Secre
tary t.nuo undoubtedly In bnoed on
tho Botnl'COtitrovorHy between V.'wit
and Stnto Knglnoor Lewis nrUIng out
of Lett Is' auRgefltton beforo tho Tum
nlo )ork was honun that It bo dnlnv
od to await the result of tho Kovem
mont InvostlKntlon of tho adjoining
project now known ns tho Weil Unit.
Following this Lnno Interview lot
tor wore sent to him pointing out tho
dlvurKonces from fact In tho state
ments ns to tho cost of tho Watt
Unit. Since then nothing more has
been heard from Washington on tho
In oaio favorablo notion Is not tak
en in tho Interior Department before
tho Irrigation coiigrww moats In Jan
nary tho matter will be taken up
thoro by tho RoaohuUo valley deloxn
tfon, which promise to number
Bearly 100, and strong: resolutions
passed, so that If Dr. WIUiytOBIbe
goes lo Washington ho will Have
united Btipport In his effort.
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jOne FARCE COMEDY
(ConUnuod from pago 1.)
a mombor of tho Crook county court
and that If doslred ho will send In his
resignation to avoid any ohnnco of
confusion. This course will undoubt
edly bo followed. Ills successor will
then bo nppolntod by tho ronulndor
of tho court.
With Judgo Springar the caso is
would IlRht any proceedings lo "tip
plant him. This Is only rumor, ho -ever,
and The llullutlii has request!
from the Judge a statement of his
poattlon In order that the taxpayer
may know where he stands, flu far
no answer has huoa reoalvad. If
Judge Iprlnsur goea nut of oHtee bla
a oeoMtor will be appointed by the
Tho development of the situation
respecting the Crook enmity court fal
lowed the proclamation of the eatnb
llsluuent of Jefferson, which In turn
onme Immediately after Judge llrad
ihttw's doclslon on Krldny. Thmw who
heard his doclslon. made orally In
court, say that It was an able one and
that It completely did auay with the
case of the antl-dlvlsloblsts. Me con
sidered tho writ of rovlnw nnd Uio
Injunction proceedings, stating tliHt
tho parties bringing tho Injunction
had no right to do so unless It win
shown that they would b dnmagod t
different. Ho Is said to havo stated
that ho intended removing to I'rlno-ln greater extant than their neighbors
vlllo to hold his Job and that lie) by tho creation of the now county.
Ho added further that ail the or
!r shd fornwllUM thai had twou
I'ni'.o through within U Cou-ity
("unit lit ieanl lo tie Wilti wnro
tec liar, and that wkibuui a dibt
1 1 thf m'nd of the court iU lju ity
had Ihh)ii eroatod rogularty.
It Is nut known wtiether an appeal
will be iNkoii or not, but In view cf
tho sweeping nature of tho llradshaw
decision it In doubted If the ease goes
Checks Cm up !ntnntly.
You know croup Is dangerous. And
you aught to know too, the wnia of
security that comes from having Vol
Vi Honey nnd Tar Compound in tho
home. It cuts the thlek union .end
clears a ay tho phlegm, stops tin
strangling cough and glvrs oasv
breathing and quiet sleep. Kverr
user is a friend. Patterson Drug Co.
Use Desohutes Spray I'lniir! It li
the best made and n Ilend product.
Adv. 37 tf
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FIR AND MAPLE FLOORING
$;ILL WOOD $2.50 Per Load DELIVERED
TOWN LOTS AND ACREAGE