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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1915)
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(Published Every Wednesday)
OEOItQB PALMER PUTNAM
nOIIERT W. SAWYER
j'"' Managing Editor
7SAn' indepondont nowspapcr stand
ing" or tho Bfitmro deal, clean tiusl'
Dees, clean politics and tho bent In
terests of Rend and Central Oregon.
unq year. . J 1.60
BIx months 80
Three months GO
Thb Po'rtland Telegram reports the
purchase of 40 logging cars by "the
Shovlln Hit & Company" for delivery
nt "endr Or." You cannot take tho
be out of Ilend And furthermore
this Is not tho end, It's Just the be
$A11 subscriptions nro due and
PAYAJILE IN ADVANCE. Notices of
expiration nro mallod subscribers and
If ronownl Is not mado within reason
able tlma tho papor will bo discon
tinued, I'lonuo notify us promptly of any
ohango of address, or of lalluro to ro-
celvo the paper rcgalarly. Olhorwlse
'We -will noi bo responsible for copies
Make all checks and orders pay
able to Ilend llullotln.
STEIDL SHIES USE
WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 30, 1015.
"HELP THE CHAUTAUQUA.
..Forty citizens of llond lost wln-
iAiialetin,l n friinmntv tn nnv Sl2fift
(o'nMinutauqua company for coming
hero with Its ontcrtalnors for six days
tn July. Tho money was to be raised
by tho sale of Benson tlckots for tho
event. The deficit, when tho sale
closed on tho oponlng dny of tho
Chautauqua, was to ho mado up by
That Is tho agreement mado by
thoso 40 muii. Tlioy mado It for tho
benefit of thn wholo city and sur
rounding country Thero Is no prof
it In" It for them oven though tho salu
exceeds tho required amount. Any
money loft nftor paying tho chautau
qua company and tho expenses of tho
nffnlr aro plodgcd for tho support of
n Chautauqua another year, rnoy
havo simply guaranteed tho necessary
amount to bring tho ontnrtalnmont
hero for the iilenHiiro and Instruction
afforded and tho business advantages
to bo domed by tho wholo city.
Wo think It hardly possible that
tho peoplo of Ucnd who did not sign
tho guaranty want to soo thoso who
did "stuck." It Is to tho Interest of
nil to mako tho affair successful that
! may bo repealed anouier year ana
In tlmo co mo to bo an ovunt having
its regular placo In tho Ufa of tho
city. Tho noxt two days will show,
however, Just what the peoplo do
want and wo tru4t that It wilt bo to
filvo every bit of belli they can.
And horn Is u thing to think about,
Tho sum of tho slnglo Admissions to
tho chautuuqua Is $5.30, while seas
on tlckots, up to Friday noon, cost
WHY WKST WENT.
Itl.ta. bo regretted that nx-flov-ernnrt
West did mot remain In town
fortlio. mooting on Monday night at
which Senator Chamberlain denied
that the United States had over mado
any offer of oo-operatton with tho
Btato of Oregon far the completion
of tho West unit or any other Irriga
tion project. In kcoplng faith with
tho North canal Investors Mr. West
has made every offort possible to seo
thoprrijoct through and It Is largoly
duota'lilti letters omd statements that
tho opinion Is so gonornlly hold that
tho. offer of corporation was mado.
It ".would lib Interesting to hear
from tho senator and tho ex-governor
on tho Biilijoct on the same evening,
Porhaps Mr. West roalltcd that and
thought It best to tnko the train.
1 THE NATURAL ROUTE.
Tho Lakevlow Herald says: "Many
tourists from Portland, Boattlo and
other northern points going to and
from tho fair nt San Frnnclsco pabs
through I.nkovlew and with a little,
advertising and road work wo could
attract many' through from Crater
Ijikn by wn.y of Crescent, I .a Pino
and Sllvor Lake. This Is thn natural
and most direct route for such a
llond Is not mentioned, hut we
should worry, because If they go by
Crescent and Lh Pino tho tourists
will tako In llond also. Tho Herald
says It too In spite of Its road fllrtn.
tlon with Bath,' Hill.
Says I,ov Water Mnl.cs Xi Dlffcrcnco
In Production of Pimcr,
Tho following statement In con
nection with the existing electrical
franchise controversy has been mado
by Mr. Stehll.
"Mr. C. A. Ilrown, president of tho
IJorid Water Light & Power Co. In
his statement to tho public, with ref
eronco to tho Bteldl & Tweet fran
chise, published In The llullotln last
wock gave tho Impression that he
would buy nil tho electricity that wo
could furnish, nnd leaving the peo
ple to believe that such an orter liau
been made to us. To gtvo such a
statement to tho voters at tho pres
ent tlmo Is unfair, to say tho least,
end Is nothing moro nor less thnn a
subterfugo to get votes against tho
franchise. I wish to sny, that al
though Mr. Drown was hero sovoral
days last weok and had every oppor
tunity to see mo or Mr. Tweet and
mako us such'an offc If ho had It to
make, ho did not even tnlk to mo or
to Mr. Tweet, nor did Jio mako mo
or Mr. Tweet any proposition of that
or any other kind, then or at any
other time, cither verbally or written.
If there Is a demand for electricity
hero to tho amount we can develop,
over and nbovo what the (lend Water
Light & Power Co. can develop with
tholr plant, nnd tlioy want to buy nnd
ro-soll ours, then what Injury can bo
dona tho public by giving us tho
frnnchlso and let us sell the elec
tricity; especially so ob Mr. Ilrown
admits Hint we can furnish It chenpor
than they. I want It distinctly un
derstood that wo havo not sold out
"In an Interview In tho Portland
Journal or Juno 19, also published In
this weok'a llullotln, Mr. Ilrown says,
In effect, that wo have mo power. To
rofutu this I only need tn point out
to you tho fact that, nlthbugh tho
river Is about ns low now as at any
tlriio In Its history, our plant, with
only ono unit Installed, Is running
ovory day nnd furnishes tho Ilend
Flour Mill Co, 120 II. P., runs our
own pumping systom which requires
about 3S horsopowor and turns back
Into tho rlvor 22G K. W. and still
has several hundred horse power go
ing to waste Very good cvldonco of
soma power. If wo havo no power
when tho wator Is low, how about the
II. W. L. & P. Co.? Our dam Is In
tho samo river, about 1 mllo bolow;
wo havo a 33 foot dam and tho I).
W. L, & P. Co. havo a 11 foot dam.
Why wo Rhould not have as much
power ns tlioy whon tho river Is at
Its lowest Is rather hard to flgiiro,
especially when thero Is no wator
tnkan out between tho dams, oxcopt
tho North Cannl willed wo havo tho
use of at any time wo seo fit to uso
"As Is well known, the city coun
cil wont thoroughly Into this matter
before tho frnnchlso was passed, nnd
dasplto the hard light against It mado
by tho II. W. L. & P Co. they pass
ed It by a vote of 5 to 1.
"The passage of our frnnchlso at
Get one of these llttl
Motors lor your r:w
bout or canoe.
Btee est Values in Silk Hat;s
that has ever ueen
known in Bend
T. M. O'DONNELL
Spend Your Sumner on I lie Water
We are selling for this week only the Coolest Hat
that has ever been on the market. It is pure silkf
light on the head, keeps the hot sun out of your eyes,
arid. is made for the man who cares, at only
4 Sewed Extra Quality
Biggest Bargains .
tiih variety, store '
. We are able to do this only because of the num
ber we have purchased and we must sell the entire
stock in the next six days. Come in and see them
at our store, and if you buy one and it is not every
thing that we claim it is we will refund your money. '
REMEMBER the person who hns the grent
est amount of Cash purchnscs between now nnd
July 1, will get a Free Chautauqua Ticket.
R. M. Smith Clothing Company
LEAR.N THE WAY
tho coming election moans cheaper
lights, cheaper heating and 'choapcr
power for manufacturing purposes,"
Uso Solf-Ilalslng Deschutes Pan
cako dour. It Is always fresh and a
homo product. Adv.
Describing road signs recently put
up by Prlnevllla Inert on the Hum Jllll
highway tin Crook County Journal
nays: "On qach.tof them there Is a
Mack arrow and a rod star pointing
tho autolst to the road that wilt tako
him to California 90 miles quicker
than any othnr route." Ninety miles
sandier and dustier and moro barren,
too. Why, not spend n Uttlo tlmo In
Oregon and wo somo of tho streams
During Chautauqua weok If yoii
want n cool shower or 'bath drop Ira
to the Metropolitan on Oregon street.
Uest barber shop In town". Milliards
and pool. AdY,
LOST AND POUND.
Our Pastry and Bread
is fresh daily and sold at the following stores:
AMERICAN I1AKERY. Wall St., Opp. P. O.
McCUlSTON'S. Oregon St.
McCLlNCY'S, Bond St.
SHUEY'S, Greenwood Ave.
Soda Fountain Supplies as good as the best. -
All Fruit Sundaes 10c. Fresh Fruits and
Confectionary at the lowest price.
WALL. ST.. nEND
WANTKD Koom nnd board In
private family. Imiulro at llullotln
WANTKD Listings of Irrlgatod or
dry land, stock rnnencs or grain
ranches for Portland or Willamette
valley property and cash commhistorf
from one to five pore cnt. John", Fer
guson, 601 Qorllnger building, Port
land, Oregon. 13t(
"Why should tho town of llond ho
punished by liming ton state QtllctuU
dumped lu her midst In one dayT
Oregon Joufn. "
Yes. And A, United States Senator
nnd nn nx-'goVonw right aftor Wo
can stnild (ho gaff.
Nick Slunntt is boIme: ta ho In
Klamath Palls on July Fourth. Why
Isn't there an effort inadu to Ket him
hero for a "fow remarks" cither go
ing or coming Our, congressman Is
well worth knowing better, and we
can say too same of uenu to .Mrsiu
In accrdnco wth ts announced
policy im giving beth 4de. of .thn
frnnffililut MtllmVAMV Aalftl minor
FIUB, WFE. ACCIDENT,
pitk mass, auto.mo.
1UI.K, BUUKTV 1IOND.S.
Leading INSURANCE Agency
City and Farm Property
AUBREY) Lots $60 to $125
HEIGHTS ( TEfeAlS: $5 Cash and
OPOKTI.A $5 Monthly
J. A. EASTES
FOIl KENT Small three room
house In Kenwood. Apply It. Q,
Lr.mborson, office on Dond St. 17-I8p
FOR rtKNT .Thrpn rnnm fnnllah.
id house with light and water. In
q ilr at tho Metropolltrn. ICtf
FOIt KENT Thrco furnHhod
rooms for light housekeeping. Close
In: .Inquire O'Donnell's Market. Htf
LOST Thrco . final proof notices
bolonglng to Harry A., Ernest a., and
Florenco Wares, all of IMvcrs, Ore.,
some placo around Hond with the fol
lowing serial Nos., 090G7, 09066,
090CS. Finder plcaso return to II
C, Ellis. 17p
FOUND Ilrown nicic, about four
years, old, whlto stocking hind legs.
branded E on tho right shoulder,
Ownor can have seme by
costs. Apply iiulletln omco.
LOST Party who found a pair or
pint Thermos bottles In black loather
caso please return to Mrs, A, M. Lara,
for reward. lBtf
MONEY TO LOAN $100 to U00O
amounts. Address, Uox 2CD,; Uend,
OP on OrfleM Stf t
MsKt), ft OKMOON
FOR SALE Small counter at tho
Coxy Restaurant. 17tf
FOIl SALE Fifteen head of milk
cows, 1 thoroughbred llolateln bull
and 10 head young stock. Address
John Tucke, Cllne Falls, Ore. 17-18p
FOtt SALE Several good high
crnde dairy cows; also good' gentle
sa'ddle- pony. It, W. Knickerbocker.
FOIl SALE Piano In good condi
tion for less than half price to trade
fdr stock. Call on or address O, 'V.
ftMlYk, llond. Ore. 16-I9p
1 FOR SALE Five room wodcra
bungalow, new and complete Easy
terms. II. M. Abbott, P. O, box 91,
FOK, SALE 1000 pound mare,
harness and cart for sale, ilend
Oarage, I lOo
FOIt SALE Good horse and hug
sT. Apply American Hgkery, 9tfc
FOIt SALE Team horse, weight
3000 pounds or will trade for 3H00
pound team. Nixon. f Htf
FOR SALE Two relinquishments
In the faruout Summer Lake, valley,
fine soil, good climate, Ideal alfalfa
land. Tho tendcreat fruit awi vge
tWe grow here In abuadawss Good
Hooka uf artesian water, trow 76 to
4A fet. Sarfaco water 8 ft, Prl
ttoe each. Call or write A. B. Oert
soa, SMr Ijisc. Oregon. Ittfc
FOK 8AIJC Farm, southwest side
PwU 4. : acre, 159 nHdr
M l BM-SJ Mt K
J IrmH tm m
In the way of plumbing that Is
our specialty. Wo can lend ele
gance and sanitary precaution to
tho homo. Our opon work plumb
ing Is ant artistic accomplishment
in Itsolflhato onforms with good
tasto entirely, Itjeosts no moro to
beautify tho plumbing work, and
It Is a source of pride cyer-after.-
J. E. Enftebretson
Plumbing anil Heating
Minnesota Htreet Head, Oregon
A scarred or scratched table, or a cnair on which.tho
c. f."l-u ur raicnea taoie, or a cnair on which.tho, 1
' finirfi is marred, or any woodwork where thc.'finish it
; ihi t wliatyou would like, can be made new with.1" ' "
n .also Mod for floors. It will stand hard wearV
bfcausc it made from the best floor varaish. Varao 'i
Lac not onty renews but it also stains and vamklieat''
oaeapphcation. Wi can chanee oak or nin-to '
maJiogany or walnut or dark oak fiaWi, or any of "iki -
expensive hard wood finishat Anrl ,v , a 14
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all kmda of home painting at trilling coat. P v5v,
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