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THK 1U5NI) M'LLNTIN, lH'NI), OIIK., WKRNttflDAY, PKC13.MPKR 21?, 101 J.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
OEOIUJE PALMER PUTNAM
RODERT W. SAWYER
An indopondent nowepnpor stand
ing for ttio square doal, clean bust
ness, clean politics and tho best In
terests of Pond and Contrnl Oregon.
lino your. $1.50
Blx months SO
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AH subscriptions nro duo and
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expiration aro mailed subscribers and
It renewal is not madd within reason
ablo tltno tho paper will bo dlscort
Ploaso notify us promptly of nny
change of address, or of lalluro to re
colvo tho paper regularly. Othorwlso
wo will not bo responsible for copies
Make nil checks and orders pny
nhlo to Pond Pullettn.
NHW I'NDKRWRITKHS AHSOCLl
At a rocont mootlug of tuo various
Insurance agents lit Pond of tho Pend
underwriters Association was form
ed to oxorclto h general oversight In
connection with local Insurnnco mut
Tho members of tho association In
clude tho Bond Inaurnnco Agency, tin)
Pond Park Company, F. O. Minor,
uob Fnrnham and J. A. Kantes. Tho
olilcBrs afol Presfitent, J. A EobIob,
and secretary, Chan. V. Eroklue.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1914.
DANC1 TIll'ltSPAY XK1IIT.
The Frnternnt Prothcrhood wilt
Klvo a Christians ovo dnnco In SntU
er a Hall Thursday night. Tho dnnoo
18 open to tho public. Among tho
special attractions will bo prUo
KOPPUN-CONA WA Y WKPDI XO
Pnrnoy P. Conawny and EIllo May
Koppor woro married on Saturday by
Justice of the Peace Hastes at his of
nce on Oregon street. Mr. Conaway
has bcon omployod at tho Mllllcun
ranch and his brldo has n homostoud
In tho Mllllcr.n valley on which, It Is
understood, thoy havo taken up their
THAT CONFUSING $450,000.
Moro confusion over tho $450,000
for reclamation In Oregon.
Secretary Lane's offer to recom
mend to Congress that this amount xs
appropriated for an Oregon Irrigation
project does not bring him one step
nearer toward admission of tho prin
ciple for -which Central Oregon, and
Indeed the whole state. Is fighting,
namely, that tho United States Is
bound morally, If In no other way, to
dunllcato tho Tumalo appropriation
nnd spend the money here. Ho his
tcld our congressmen that ho will
ask Congress to put up $M50,000 or
ecn moro for BOinn Oregon project.
which ono to depend on the reports
of tho co-operative surveys now being
completed, oui ai mo samo umo no
has reiterated his position as to co
ciilion. It It t sstli furl Ion to know that
tho clnttus of tli state on tho rocla
rr.ntlon fund are at last to bo recog
nized. We have paid millions of dol
lars into P and received In return
but a small percentage. Congress
man Slnnott put tho figures before
Congress in a vivid way during the
liut session and is to bo congratulat
ed on having at last persuaded a sec
retary of tho interior of our right to
Neverskelwi this Is all nsldo frvra
the co-operative matter. And so far
as this section Is concerned, If mat
ters aro allowed to rest on this new
nromlse, it puts our chances of ir
rigation development still further
Into tho future.
There Is now available $450,000
for reclamation work In Oregon.
Secretary Lano has only to say tho
ord to have. Utls money put to wort.
When he says that word it is ex
pected that he will havo tho work
dono In this section and that Is why
wo are especially Interested In hav
ing the co-operative agreement car
ried out. Wc want that monoy and
tho money from Congress too. Not
all to be spent here necessarily, but
tho co-operative fund here anyway
because to that we frel that wo havo
a peculiar light.
That means further work wPh
Secretary Lnao to get him to agroo
o tho understanding that prevails
here as to co-operation. In spite of
the letter from Comptroller Ryan,
printed eleowhoro In this paper, we
'olleve thn thin is st'll noMlbte.
Suroly Mr. Lane does not wish to get
out of tho agreement on the ground
thnt there was a misunderstanding
with Mr. Newell.
Tho annual meeting of tho Contrnl
Oregon Farmers Creamery was hold
at the creamery on Saturday. Of
ficers for tho coming yoar woro olect
ed as follows: President, I. C. Rob
erts, secretary nnd treasurer, E. Gar
rett, directors. G. L. Moore, Julius
Potorson. O. P. Dnhlo, Wm. Alt and
Hans Johnson. Tho report of the
business of tho creamery since It was
opened last fall was vory favornblo.
About 25 stockholders nttondod the
H flDccrg Sumo
jha,t a full tn cos two of
Prospcritijt Slappiness, Jfealtli tind O access
" -iT . f t - t
b ' 4 J'lftC make tor our friends and patrons
jr Vey lley Lsiristmas
we lappif JVew ye
is the sincere wist of this store
kj. (. xjjennett
JS n if, Ortg o n
According to news Items from Sal
em Governor Wot has appointed .
P. Myers of Culver district attorney
of tho now Jefferson county. Tho
other county officers will bo selected
by tho county court at Its first formal
meeting nest Monday.
Club nt tho Monday noon luncheon
th's week dlscussod tho matter . f
i tilling tho ofllco, and a motion was
carried that tho club endorso a man
from Sisters to 1111 this vacancy and
n committee of' thrco bo apolntd
to draft a resolution to this effect.
J. F. Hosch, C. n. Drako and M. A.
Lynch wore appointed as such committee.
torly business mooting of the church
will bo held Tuosday ovonlng 7: .10.
Wednesday uvonlug prayer mooting
and Plblo Study Claim will begin
promptly nt 7:30, Tho nnuual
Christinas osoroluos nnd Christmas
trcu- for tho children of tho Sunday
school will bo hold Thursday ovonlng
on tho 24th.
pranrf.npuho is caitain.
Everett Drandenburg has been
olected captain of tho high school
foot ball team for the coming yea".
Prandcnburg is a member of tho Jun
ior class In tho high school. In tho
past season ho playod full back.
(Special to Tho Pullctln.)
PRINEVILLE, Dec. 22. Only half
hearted Interest was takon in tho city
election hero on Monday, about half
tho registered voto coming out to
the polls. Thero were five candidates
for city marshal! of whom W. R.
Pollard received 123 Votes and was
elected. His closest competitor was
Wade Huston, defeated eandldato for
county surveyor at tho November
election. Tho other successful can
didates wore, for mayor, C. S.
Edwards, councllmcn. George Reams.
H. I). Still and W. J. Pancako. record,
or, E. O. Hyde, ami treasurer, L. M.
THE RATE, DECISION.
"An Increase in rates by govern
ment authority which would help to
offset the tremendous loss of $120,
000,000 of net operating railway rev
enuees In tho year ended June 30,
1014, would do more than any othor
conceivable thing to make posaiblo
the general trading which Is essential
to renewal of confidence and business
activities in the United States."
So wrote George Harvey just after
the November election. In tho mean
time the Initiation of tho reserve
bank system and the opening of tho
..ew York stock exchange havo been
events received as sure prosperity
Now the Increase in rates has been
granted and whatever tho logical ar
gument against this action may bo It
cannot be doubted that the sentimen
tal effect Is bound to better busi
ness. Alreadys, according to new -
ports, millions of dollars of orders
hat have been waiting tho decision,
have been confirmed and factories
and shops everywhere are busy
again. Ultimately the ripples from
tho decision pebble will reach out
here. When thoy arrivo wo shall all
bo readyf or them.
COACH IS HF.MHM HERRI).
In .token of their appreciation of
Ms efforts on their behalf during tho
post football season the members of
the high school team on Friday pre
sented to Chcs. W. Ersklno a band-
so mo toilet sot. The presentation was
made at Mr. Ersklno's ofllco wbcro
tho members of tho team gathered
taking him wholly by surprise.
GETTING STAGES READY.
For uso In carrying tho mnlls io
Silver Lake when snow makes tho
roads Impasslblo to their auto trucks
tho Wcnandy Livery Company hat
recently bought 18 tennis and fo.ir
wagons. For tho past weok tho horses
hnvo been worked about town getting
them In condition for the servlco
Four stages nro planned between
Pond and Fremont, from which point
the trucks will continue to run. The
running tlmo la oxpocted to be about
18 hours as against 12 hours with the
trucks. Under their contract the
company has 2S hours for tho trip.
MORE DKtaTIKH APPOINTED.
In addition to tho deputies appoint
ed Inst week Shorlff-elect Knox has
announced tho following appoint
ments: La Pino, Carl Wlso: Sisters,
C. J. Lloyd; Paulina, K. D. Huston.
Tho Redmond deputy will bo selected
lator. For tho presont Thcodoro Aunt,
tho Pond deputy, will tako care ut
tho Laldlaw business. .
DEATH OF M. K. GRIMES.
R. E. Grimes returned on Friday
from Salem where ho hnd beet cnlUd
by the death of his father. M. li.
Grimes on Deeembor 12. Mr. Grimes
was in his 84th yoar and had lived in
Salem for the past 13 years. Ho was
born In Vermont and had lived In
Kansas before removing to Oregon
Ho has visited his son li Uond sever
n.1 times In the past few years. With
R. B. Grimes, two other children sur
vive, a daughter living in Salem and
a son in Burlington. Kansas.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Owing to the vacancy In the Crook
county board of oomm'ssloaers duo
Lto tho fact that W. W. Drown, a pres
ent member or the board, lives In
Jefferson county, the Commercial
NOTICE OK ANNUAL STOCKHOLD
Notlco la hereby glvon that tho an
nual stockholders' mcetlngof the Pino
Forest Irrigation Co. will bo hold at
tho Arnold school houso seven miles
southeast of Pend on tho Dend-llurns
road, on Saturday. January 2, 19 ID.
42-43 c W. M. McNAUOHT. Pros.
PIERCE HEADS HOARD.
Dr. Edward Allon Pierce of Port
land was elected president of the
Stnto Hoard of Iloalth for tho com
ing yoar at a meotlug of the boa.'d
In Salom last weok. Mr. Pleroo MP
well known In Pend, having vlalttd
bete soveral times. With local mon us
In interested In u plan tn build a
tuberculosis sanatorium here.
FARMS FOR RENT.
40 acres, 1 mllo from Pond, Threo
room houso suitable for garden truok,
40 ncres, 2 miles north Lnldluw. 4
room houso. Address ZX euro Pul
lctln. . 41tf
light nnd wntor, I10.QO per month.
Apply Metropolitan. 41tf
hi i i ii 1 1 I 1 1 .-ii-iu iu raatB r
HOSPITAL AT REND.
For non-contagious dleoasos and
matornlty cases a specialty. Refer
ences, Dr. U. C. Coo and Dr. I). For
roll, Phono. Mrs. E. A. Knotts 4043p
Wo nro receiving dally our candlui
for Xnias trade. Special prices tnndo
to churches for enndtes, etc. Wo In.
vlto you to cnll on or after Decem
ber C. Sample our goods. American
Pakory. Adv. 39tf
Tho Skuso Hardwaro Company ox
tends to you n vory Merry Chrlstm.is
and a Happy Now Year. Adv,
Don't forget your Xmns haircut,
olgars, candy, nuts, tobacoo, etc. Tho
Uso Truo Pluo Flour!
best made and a Pend
Uso Truo Pluo Flnurl
best mado and a Pond
It Is the
It Is tho
FOR BALK Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Rod rooster. In Lytlo nddltton
3 blocks north, 3 blocks east of oil
tanks. Orcutt liou. Ira II.
Fox. 4l-t3 c
FOR SALE A span or horses flvo
years old next spring, weighing about
I WISH YOU
A MERHY XMAS
A HAPPY NEW
Plblo sohool 10 a. tn. Preaching
servlco 11 o'clock. Subject "Tho
Need of a World-wide King and
Klndom." Special music. Young
Peoples' meeting 7. p. in. Preaching
servlco 7:30. Subject "Tho Voice of
Conscience." Thero will bo spoclal
music by tho girls' choir. Tho qunr-
Specials for December Only
1 pound Royal Club coffee.... 35cts
2i pound Rgyal Club coffee.. 85cts
5 pounds Royal Club coffee.. $ 1 .50
T. R. McCLINCY
When the legislature provides laws
for the conduct of the Tumalo Project
it Is to bo hoped that they wl bo
sape and simple, and free from polit
ical meddling. Especially we bone
' he actual administration of the pro
ject, from a maintenance standpoint,
will be loft in the hands of tho set
tlers, so far aa may be practicable
It woul d be far more desirable, far
Insunco, to havo In chargs n man fa
miliar ..with all the details of tho
work, and directly responsible to the
settlers, than to llnce the matter un
der the Jurisdiction of bomo state of
fice. Technical knowledge 1b not r
njujrpd nd long-range administration
Is not desirable?
It was stated last week that of each
$100 palll'in taxes, $8.00 went to (bo
state. That was Incorrect. A digest
for the last few years' shows that, in
an average county, about$12.50 hasj
gone to mu statu, jiuwtjvur, ou
ljoe .to county government, exclusTvp
pUuupfclpal and dlstrrctcHoolVtaxef.
That la, about three dollars goes lo
the .county for each one that Is util-
red, iilve, gri;i:n, yellow
COLORED SUGARS for
Plenty of Walnuts, Almonds, Cit
ron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
Also Seeded and Seedless Raisins.
Currants and Dates.
Cooking Apples, the box, 1.00
Shuey's Cash Grocery
Bend's Leading EatsS tore
Duy your rollod oats at tho Pond
Flour Mill. 40tfl
.NOTICE TO CREDITORH.
Notice Is hbroby given by tho uu
dorslgned, Maurice P. Cashmnn. duly !
appointed by tho County Judge of
Crook county, Stnto of Oregon, .is
administrator of the Estate of John !
O'Donnoll, deconved, Into of liclllnrf-i
ham. in tho Stato of Washington, in
nil persons having claims against the
cstato of said deceased to present the
same, with proper vouchors, within
six months after the data hereof, to
tho undersigned nt the olTlco of Ross
Farnhnm, Attorney nt Law, In Pond,
Crook county. Oregon.
Dated this 23rd day of Dosomber,
MAURICK P. CASIIMAN.
Administrator of tho Estate of John
O'Donnell, deewmod. 42-43e
NOTICE FOR PUIJLICATIOX.
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Ii tid Otllce at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
September 10, 101.
Notlco Is hereby glvon thnt Edwin
J. Rogers of Lnldlnw, Oregon, win,
on Septembor 10th, 1011. made
Homestead entry, No. 01384C, for
8WV., Section G. Township 17 South,
Range 12 East, Wlllamottu Meridian,
has filed notlco of Intention to mnko
Final Threo Year Proof, to establish
claim to tho laud nbovo described,
boforo H. C. Ellis, U. S. Commission
er, nt Uond, Orogon, on tho 4th day
of February, 1016.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Albert Harryman, Wilbur X. Hun
noli, Charles Low, James R. Pcnham,
all of Laldlaw, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
42-46 c. Register.
Advertisements Inserted under tills
licadintc nt the rata of ONE CENT A
WORD each Insertion. Cash iiiiint
nccoiiipnuy nil orders front persons
not liuvltu: n ret-ular account ultli
The llullutlii. No nthertfociiipiit tnk-
for less tluin In cents each insertion.
WANTED Position n cook In
private family by oxporlonced Jn
fineso cook. Apply JJttllotla of
llco. 30 tf
WANTED Girl for gonornl houso
work. Apply Mrs, O. M. Patter
son. 35 tf
WANTED Olrls for folding. Light
work. Apply at Pullctln olllco boforo
10 n, m. tf
' WANTED IS horBAH in nnnturn
tnt $2.00 por month, lots of straw nnd
water, good sholter. Inquire Tweet
& Mustard blacksmith shop, or wrlto
?J. M. Tingman, nodmond, 41-42 o
3000, well hroku nnd now harnos.'
Price 32C. W. R. Rny, I.nldlw. Oro
FOR BALE-Edlson "Homo" phon
ograph nnd records. Also guod piano
player with record, Ronsonnhln
terms. Itiuulro 11. 13. Allen. Pend
Company oltloo or residence. 37f
FOR BALK Thoroughbred Jersey
hull, flvo yenrs old. KIlKlhlo to reg
ister. Phono or cnll on William Alt,
4H miles norlli of Pend. Sdtfc
That we bare allltindj of
and that we are excltuire
aienU for THOMPSON'S
Thursday Only Prices Good
Only During Hour Advertised.
8 to 9CANDY
Mltcd fitim nut- -() cent line during this hour 10c
9 to 10 DOLLS
9 1. ( DnlU 7.1 Cvntn
.".J Dolls .10 tVtiiN
..10 Dolls JW Criilh
10 to 1 1 Steel Express Wagons
8.1 Cent Vnlue tin CcnN
1 1 to 12 Japanese Baskets
Up to (IO Cent Values , , an Cents
12 to 1 Box Stationery
HO Cent lime tin Cents
1 to 2 Framed Pictures
91.00 Value 7rt Conts
7.1 Viiltifn no Cents
.no Values JI.1 Cents
2 to 3 Ladies' Hand Bags
on Cent Values .10 Cent
3 to 4 Wheel Barrows
7.i Cent Values HO Cents
4 to 5--BOOKS
(in Cent Fiction -in CotilN
an Cent Roy Hcout ,izn Cents
HO Cent Hoy IUhiUh iff Cell I
5 to 6 Doll Buggies
O Cent Woven Wiro Doll HuKKle . . 10 Cents
6 to ? Doll Furniture
n Cent Vuliiftf , . OR Ceiitrt
on Cent Viiiiie v , . .-in Cent
no Cent Vilified '.... r. ." . ,M Celttit
tin Cent Values i i!ff CeutH
7 to 8 Fancy Chinaware
iU) Per Cent PIncoiiiiI on nil I'ucy Chlnuwiiro.
8 to 9 -Hand Painted Vases
tin Cent Virtues ....'. m Cents
9 to 10 Fancy Rose Rings
fJIrl'H HIiikh Midi Homo Hottlui ,.,....,..,' , it) Conts
t A Merry Christmas to You.
The Variety Store
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