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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEOIIQB PALMER PUTNAM
'' RODERT W. SAWYER
, Managing Editor
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho squaro deal, clean busi
ness, clean politics and tho best In
terests of llond and Central Oregon.
Oilo year $1.00
BIx months, 80
(Tbreo months GO
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915.
Tho Hullotln lias been requested,
on behalf of tho Sliovlln-Hlxon Com
.jinny nnd Mr. Ryan, to tbank tho peo-
''pip of llond for tho patience with
which thoy hnvo waited for tho an
nouncement of tho company's mill
construction, and for tho kindly feel
ing which they have ovldonced to
ward tho enterprise. Thanhs aro nl
W offered to tho County Court of
Crook county for Its asslHtanco.
in return Tho Uulletln, for tho
pooplo of Dend, off era thnnks to tho
company for tho nows which has been
given to thorn.
.) Reprinted from Tho llullutln extra
iIbhuu(1 Monday morning, May 10.
$ Tho word for which llond has
waited no long bus como. An Im
niciibo modtrn saw mill Is to lo built
horo. Work Is to begin nt onco nnd
tho mill will bo sawing lumber by No-
Mvombor, tho month of Thanksgiving.
Tho nnnouueomont bring Jubilation
to overy resident of tho city, pleas
Tiro 'to Its friends, satisfaction to Its
'invostors. To thoso among tho mini,
bor who have publicly Hinted their
belief In tho futuro of tho city, and,
by tho Jealous and short sighted,
hnvo been dorldod therefor, tho nows
1h especially grateful.
'" Now Is Justlflod tho city's oxpondl-
tureii for a costly sower, for good
.'streets, and prlvato Investments In
modern buKlncsH bulldlngH nnd hand
somo rcsldoucvs. All Hint for which
Wo hnvo boon culled foolish now
proves that wo woro wUo.
IIOIWKS AUK Hlliri'KD.
Two Important shipments of stock
have been sent out over tho O.-W. R.
& N. recently. One -was a carload
of fiorces destined to Kansas City,
recently purchnsed In this section by
Holland & Wise. The other ship
ment, of horses also, went to Denver,
tho purchasers being Hollls & Ferris.
It Is understood that tho horso buy
Seo Edwards for paper hanging.
Garden nnd lawn mowers.
Hnrdwnre Co. Adv.
Infection In (lie Air.
Medical authorities ngrco that
colds aro Infectious. In some cities
rhlldron with colds nro DaTi'l fiom
sc'ioi.ib. Hprlng's clinngln.' vontbnr
I riush trmny colrtB. Tno inwwt mm
safest way to stop colds, coughs anil
tioup Is to give Foloy's Hone and
Tor Compound. I'nttcrson ur.i' i ,
The Miller Lumber Company
WANTED Second hand Incubator
must bo In good condition. L. G.
Comstock, R. F. D., lJond. 10c
WANTED Room nnd board In
prlvato family by rospcctablo work
ing man. AddrcsB K. I. caro Uulle
tln. 10 p
WANTED Girl for gonornl house
work. Telephone Mrs. Gould, Red
.. Tho mill which hns boon announc
ed nnd the ouo whoso nimouncouient
tin oxpectod Will causa tho population
of llond to douhlu and quadruple In
tho next few years. Other Indus
tries will bo attracted here. An Im
petus toward tho construction of
hAMk,1H,lM l.lj.lft ft i I 1 rtlitH 1. .-..
iiiiiiuuun wiiiuu win iimur iiuiu limy
bo looked for.
To tho city us a wholo all -thin will
' bring much moro than 'gratification
nt seeing llond tfrojv Many respon
sibilities will JitTaddod. Tho neces
sity for tho, oxteiislciu of tho sower
,u i!i.cmuor Undoubtedly, wo shall bo
obliged to go for u wntor supply fur
ther up the river. Now schools will bo
needed, A city park system should bu
With tho gratification lot us lie
rept tho roupouslhHltluB. Let us be
gin now to make plans, llellef In
tho futuro to which wo today so close
ly npproaeli has brought Dend to Its
present development. Tho same be
lief looks forward now to oven great
er development. Hhnll we not by our
works glvo evidence of our faith?
FOR RENT Two room house
pnrtly furnished. Rent 5 a month.
Inquire S. Murnsnkl. Otf
FOR RENT -Smnll furnished
housu nonr depot. S, R. Hogln. 7-9c
FOR SALE Homlngton No. 10,
typnwrltor, almost now, Good bnr-
gain. lnqulro Uulletln. 7tf
FOR SALE Ono HolBtoln cow and
yearling calf. High grade stock, In
quire llond Oarage. 7tf
FOR RENT Thrco room houso
with light r.nd water near now school
house, lnqulro Ellto Studio. Itfc
and way points
, A Seven Passenger Touring Cur
Each Way Eaeli Day.
RIDE IN THE EASY CARS
Walter Coombs, L. D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
Freight Trucks in Addition
1 flillllRu flu
I Never Srp
v. m m aj muv -0 m-m
bbH Bftk' IB tr Ht ' LW
8AI 3 1000 pound
JUKI cart for salo.
-Ono tonm bay marcs
1100 pounds. Ago 4
lloyond Its local nspect nnd effect
our coining growth adds Immimsur
nbly to our political place In Crook
county. Hitherto, It Is safe to say.
recognition In county nffnlrs hns
cranio to us, not becnuso of, hut In
splTo of, our ncceptod position. Jeal
ousy hns lod to nlllauces against us
which, oven 'with tho nBnltitanco of
our steadfast friends, wo hnvo boon
nblo to overcome, tho "balance of
powor" now In ono plnco and now In
nnoUiqr, has never been turned In
our fnvur, nnd wo remember.
Soon, however, probably by tho
ttmo of tho noxt election, there will
ho no question of tho "balance of
power." Tho only thing to bo con
sidered will bo tho power, and (lint
wIlTlip Dend'H. Just what political
changes will follow, It In perhaps too
soon to discuss. That tliero will b.
changes Is certain mid wo may well
now begin to ho thinking about them.
Jmwt. Well broke Good wagon nnd
harness. I'rlco $-100. For further
Information phono or wrlto II. C.
Cndy, Tiimnlo, Oregon. lOtf
FOR SALE llrass bed, spring,
mattress, $(!. Large dresser, 8. Tent.
Phono Rod 171. Op
FOR SALE Horso nnd buggy In
good condition. S. .Murnsnkl. Otf
FOR SALE Good horso and ling-
gy. Apply American llakery. Otfo
FOR SALE Shorthorn milk cow.
Inquire Scott & Smith, Tiimnlo. 9-10p
FOR SALE Cheap. Section 10,
Township -1 S., Itaugti 10, noar
Prlngle Falls, Crook county, Oregon.
V. II. Melrose, Comix, Wushliig-
WHITE LEGHORNS LAY MORE
EGGS and cat less than other chick
ens. It pays ttf keep pure-bred chick-eno-mlxed.ljifceds
nro only mongrols.
Eggs for tho sonson $1.50 for 15;
$2.60 ,for .10; $5 for 100. Ton-year
trap-nested stock. S. L. Vandovert,
lloni), Oregon, "Tho Old Home
FOR SALE Economy Chief cream
separator. Good as now, $30. Cost
$18. M. L. Pyatt, Alfalfa. tfc
FOR SALE 10 or 80 ncros Irri
gated land. No cash rcqulrud If buy
er niakca Improvements. lnqulro-nt
Dend Ilotol. 8-10p
FOR SALE or TRADE Register
ed Holstoln bull, nlso good two year
old Holstoln heifers. Apply to Scott
nnd Smith, Tumnlo, Ore. 8-1 Op
FOR SALE Two story building
50x35. Two pool tables, cigars, to
bacco, candy nnd harbor outfit. 9
rooms on second Moor. Will sell at
right prlco. P. J. Llthausor, Sisters,
FOR SALE Hnvo your combings
made Into n switch; sond combings
by parcel post or to homo of Mrs. C.
Dnun, Kenwood Addition, llond, Oro
goti. . 8-1 lc
FOR SALE Do Lavol soparator,
No. 17. lnqulro Uulletln. Ctt
FOR SALE Farm, southwest sldo
Powell llutto, 320 acres, 150 undor
cultivation, as much moro can bo
cultlvnted; 80 fruit trees grnwlngon
plnco. For Information lnqulro ar AI
fnlfn post ofllco. 3-19 p
FOR SALE Settings of thorough
bred llarrcd Rock eggs. $1 per set
ting. A. C. Egan. 2-1 Oo
FOR SALE Flvo room houso and
lot In Park addition, light nnd wntor.
Good bargain. Inquire II. P. Man
Ion, llond, Oregon. -Itfc
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND Drown mcio, nbout four
years, old, whlto stocking hind logs,
branded E on tho right shoulder.
Ownor can hnvo scmo by paying
costs. Apply Uulletln ofllco. Ctf.
LOST Oold barotto for hair. Re
ward for roturn to Bulletin. 9tf
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Asneei iruiu uiu uvu ui u uvci
A toe from the foot of a mountain
And a page from a volume of steam;.
A wink from the eye of a needle,
A nail from the finger of fate,
A plume from'the wing of an army
And a drink at the bar of a grate.
A hair from the head of a hammer,
A bite from the teeth of a saw,
A race on a course of study,
And a joint from the limb of the law,.
A check that is drawn on a sand-bank,
Some fruit from the jam of a door
And people who get better bargains
Than at the
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE 120 acres undor
Umatilla Irrigation Project, 2 miles
from town, for land near Rend. O.
C. Hcnklo, ovor First National Dank,
Dend, Oregon. G-10p.
Clothing Co. Store.
WIWTS lilt MATTtn
L03T YOUR WAY
Tho mill Is coming. That is tho
great prosont fact. The future to
which wo hnvo turned our thoughts
tuid our hopes wo shall bo living In
tomorrow. Lot its now plan and
look' forward to another mini nt tho
same time lot lit not forget '.o i;l i
our thanks to tho man whoca plan
ning and tho men whoso confidence
brings us whom wo nro.
rwiwsiiie MATTtn) jwonse than that, lost ay i
L03T YOUR WAY I POUCH or THE REAL TOBACCO L.
d ' 7 CHEW
mmm tjk - -, i y'
JftT I I fc WBff Kt INI li
Dlscimslng the work that lies bo
fore Portland's new Chamber of Com
mnrco th Tdloiirnin snys: "Tho per
iod of exploitation has passed, never
That, lu n great measure, Is truo
of nil tho west. Henceforward wo
need subjective up-bulUUiig, not ob
jective advertising. It will. In fact,
take porno ears of diligent endeav
or to develop ourselves Into what' wo
liftvo declnrod ourselves to bo. Wo
need troubl.i no further to win recog
nition or attract Immigration, except
as secondary cansJdorHoiis. Our
problem now Is to bulluQundly from
tho tottom up. lucroiwlng tho (pro
duction of our acres, tho markets for
our products nnd the payrolls of our
employed so that thoso who bavo
tome nlretdy may prosper.
THE IjOOrJ JUDGE FINDS THE LONELY WOODSMAN', '
AFTER all your years of chewing
"a- here is tho Real Tobacco Chew,
It's anew blend richer, more sappy
and twice as satisfying as the old kind.
Seasoned and sweetened just enough to
give you all the pure tobacco taste.
Cut n new way so n small chew gives you' .
comfort without grinding. And it lasts longer.
Take very in nil chew leu than one-quarter tho
olJ lUe. ll will bo moro atiilyini! limn mouthful
of ordinary tobacco. Juit nibble on it until ou find
the itreiiglh ebon that lulu )ou. Tuck it anay.
Then let it reit. Seo how eaiily and evenly the real
tobacco Wsto cornel, how it latltnet without t rinjini. how
much lc you hao to plt, how few chewi lou tako to
bo tobacco ntlificd. That's why it i Tk Rtat Ttiocca'
Cirso, That's why it com lot in tho cud.
It I a rwJr txw, nil lm uJ akort alirtj to (Kit )ua km'i h
to frlaj oa ll wiiU ) .r Ktta. Uiujui( ea onlAKy ub1i4 Mbi
ricav. NmI w tb till bna w.t ir ikh inbuco lull U
. Taa UftU of rr. rla (aha Ux aofrttd tob cowrrJ pvUh
tlMrica. Nil v" la ull bum. w.t ir ikh inbwco lull U "KiiUi-Cl
.One small chew takes the place of two big
'' cheVs of the old kind.
WEYMAN-BRUfTON COMPANY '
SO Union Square, New York
(BUY EROM0EAUE3 QrSEDqoSXAMPSTOUs)(
IS EASY AND INEXPENSIVE
Shabby, scratched pieces of furniture that'
are unsightly and a discredit to your home can
be made to look bright and new at slight' ex"
Ijens.e and you can do it yourself.
stains and varnishes at one operation, giving, to
all kinds of surfaces the elegant effect and dur
able, lustrous surface of beautifully
finished oak, mahogany, walnut or
other expensive woods. Call for.
color card. ' "'" ':
Bend Hardware Company, BendrOreg
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