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THK IIEXD mLI.ETlX. KENtf. OHE-. WEDNESDAY, ArniL 12. 1010
"SSly :; L? STU0E,IIS T0 GIVE M
, J street and ground. The city, win-
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROBERT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for the square deal, clean busi
ness, clean politics aad the lest In
terests of Bead and Central Oregon.
KOAUS ARE c;ooi.
The Goodrich toor sen-.oe rep -s
.wt .i.k ..h rhiuiii oOUaiiT . .. i tae roaos iron trams to ena i- u
' and taalrldaally. should never lose 'to Redmond and PrlaeTUle -na .r
sight of tb- pportaolUM which r-rlday Niclit. . The Dalle to these point n ex tl-
abound la this Important department a Case cf Suspccsion." a one at shape. Mach work has '-
I of city balWIn?. ' farce, will be presented by the Bend . o00 Ml aas are better now '.-.an
. 'alga school pupils FriCry eren'.nd taey wiiioe at any tie ot me jeer
The eomoratlon Ul of the state , t e Dream Theatre. The pat l!s
r.- .... - -a - - -a ,
-f iu...,. .,. .mnnr th at bo-i aare ieen reaearnngr tor Forae time
'torta.. in th. rotintrr. It doM not ndr the direction of Mines He.a
. look last rieht when Jaaoa Moore
Six Months 7S
Three Months so
STt'ltENTS TO Sl'EAK.
The hlch school oratorical contest
Mrnax and Mabel Lorence. Two re-Is, to select a representative to compel
' , Ua Da.!-! Aaa J a...a . B. B&lf.
id Mac nrumiuu wvuo SMrrv i w-
mond on Mar 2. will be held next
Monday eveslsp at the Dream
lvc to Incorporate there to' awing pictures wm oe saown :n
Z . , so proatote his lakes lease Yeatare. I eoaaectwa. i ae procewg win M as-1
ear si.ai- ! rited to the no rehire of base- alt I
i . " ... ,-.... . n ... ' !c!t for ,!,e BP" Khool base ill,
teem. Two performances will -el
30 p. m and S:36 p. c . ,
Down In the Klaatath Clrcalt Court
I room there Is an unique notice pro-i
ihlbltlac saoklnr which Mate
All sMbscrioUoas are dae anffl -"-: 7-'.. .... v, 1 lne 1 m caaraciers as 101
PAYABLE IX ADVANCE. NotfcM of s """Tf ""e ".. l"'- "".7-C::; 1 lows: Yoaap ladl- of the Sesalaar
expiration are mailod abrlbers aad 1 P
If renewal Is not made within reason-, in t a
able time the paper win be oiteoa-
tinned. P!mm ntrre that we are merelr
Dnrothr. Roe: Hvancll
j ccs Thorapton
Please ootlfr as promptlf of any qBOtBt M thfrW report of railroads bv: Harold. Calrin Saa'th; Tom
.change of addr. or of lailare to re- lrwB Bn(J AJto lhgt Jh. BewJ
ceire the naoer rerjlarlr. Otherwise
we will not be responsible for eopes
Make all checks and orders pay-!
eMe to Tn Bead Bulletin
- n- V.nt Is naaxd Lyaoc
We true he dos not.
Theatre. Arranceseats hate been
made with manager Radow to hr.Te
sereral reels of mortng pictures In
cluded la the program. The admis
sion prices will be 15 and IP cents.
The contest speakers aad their
Mildred. Gortrude orations are: Margaret Thompson.
I Too Late for the Train :" Alex Mers-
dorf, "The Cakaown Speaker."
Margaret Schreder. "The Piper. '
Boaale Hs, "As the Mooa Rose:"
Floyd Reynolds. "Spartlcue to the
Gladiators:" Myrtle Paglev. Mrs
Roczles aad the Dinner Party " The
WEDNB8DAY. APRIL 1:
China char, re forms ot govern
mat about a ratldlr m Mexico has'
1H. 1 to-w la the ha' It of chancing pretl-
Faculty: MIm Ophelia Jadklns
Ruth Vaadevcrt: Prcf. EmtHe Eds
erica. Guy swtrta.
Pcx : Jonas.
Celtic maiden, Ettrr-' ' grade school contest will be held to-
Seminary man, F1"d
JCYJCRY VOTE COfXTS.
Tho rote in M'.chiaan shows again
It Is aafa to say that the reaistra
tia thioaahout the state will bet
lighter than at any primary or gen
eral tttoeUon In many years.
The chief reason I that next , will.
Month's aloctlon Is not tplally In
treeilac or important to the awa
Oregon voter. There is no gover-.
rwrrhlp campaltrn on. and outside of I
the race for the puMIc serrlc com-i
mission and crur- of state there
Is nothing In state politic to brine
out a heavy registration although Of
course the local conteets are even
more Important than usual.
To be sure, this Is presidential
year, but In Oregon the choice of del
egatea seems to hare no especial sig
nificance. It seerne safe to y that
most of the delegates from the state.
If not all of them, will go unlnstruct--d
that is. they will be free to v te
for the candidate who develops the
most strength at the convention so
that the Orogon volr will not be
casting his ballot for his presidential
favorite as so directly as oft-n bap
pens. The blR result of the light regis
tration is that every votp cast has
double power. A few hundred In the
state or district, or a few dozen In a
county, may tip the scales. Every
one who registers and vot will have
that h pat to advertise,
tribute to Ford efficiency.
It to a
CMt)tk'rtand that fisherman find
than tMC ma not bite but a lick
S). lletnl Will lime
In K Munch.
If N'ah bad not belltved In pre
paredag where would we be now T
I Portland Telegram.)
"Bas4ne H fcraiag ahead bv
leaps and bounds at Rend and at the
rata the population Is Increasing 'he'LIt,je picjBB
It now appears that a Ford can
earry a state.
city will have nearly 4-00
ants In another six months.'
Ink'. If. 1
night at the Raid school. An admis
sion fee of 10 cents will be charged.
The prograsq is as follows- "What a
Little Boy can Do." Jamie Crawford.
"A Little Girl's Troubles." Lotte
t Perdue: "Sunbeams," Josp bine
' Young: "Th Crow's Children. ' La
hi renre Lemieux: "1 Wteh I Were
1 Grownup" Newton Sehlappl: "When
j the Tei her Get a" Mary R -
r-i-liis: - nen coipnv iohm '
Tea. Bsthar Pelletf. "Our Hired
Girl." Ckwry Thomas: "Mamrnvs
Lois Perdue. - Bet-
Get ready for Park Day.
Call for Mr. Villa.
ty and the Bear," Basel Turner.
"Uint' Little PieVlnln " Alice
C. Wllkas. assistant general freight Powe),: Aunt Sophronla Taior at
, and passenger agent of the Spokane. I the 0pera.-- Jeanette Keyes. "The
, Portland & Seattle system, on his re-j ,rdg of Kllllngworth." Frances
turn from Central Oregon. "The ,tevlurn. .-Kentucky Philosophy."
Shevlln-Hlxon Company seawmlll e-E!fle Horn. ..The nanner Betsy
,.u ujicjunus iu e-3.o Su auu n.i Made" James Greene: "Sett ng a
not been hung up a minute on ac
'co nt of any failure of the mechani
cal parts. It Is cutting 2SO.(ft'0 feet
of lumber in the two ten hour shifts
A large force of men Is completing
' the box factory and sr.sh and door
plant. They will be operating in
. about ten days, turning out seven
Hen," Evelyn Clark.
FOUNDRY GOING, VV
Work on the buildings ot the Huff
Kb ml 1t & Dugan Iron 'Foundry has
progressed rapidly In the past 10
days. The mcln foundry building
Is erected and one of the connected
shops is nearly done. Tne pianr is ' g of Droduc.,, d.m. Th--st,3-oki.
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u 1 Gnqnlnn t.111 Htvl,if a Aannnl. tt i
" .." m vu.w... iu
being built on lots on the railroad Scanlon
spur donated by the Ilrooks-Scanlon 1 cut 150000 feet ln each ten hour
RRICIC .MACHINE ARRIVES.
The new soft mud brick machlno
purchased ! A. H. Horn for the
Ilend Ilrlck & Lumber Comtiany.
when In the east this winter, arrived
today anil will be taken out to the
l.rtoV varit at nni With this mn-
f special opportunity to aid the Mn-oh,ne the loca, ,,rIck vanl jh have
one of the most emcient plants in
dldnto of. his choice. Two years ago'
a single vote decided a contest for Oropon, The capacity will be doubl-
the suiyeme court, and In the forth- ! over last year
comlni; primaries a very few ballotst
mav means a verv great deal. . THE JL'IKSE SMILES. . J
So register now and get the oppor- (Deschutes Valley Tribune.)
tunlty of having some real influence A daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. E
Prlnevllle last Tuesday
Judge as called n
hearing of criminal cases
cult court here on Tuesday evening
and was In Prlnevtlle over night. He
wore a smile when ho returned, an
nouncing the arrival of a daughter.
upon the outcome of the election.
Hl'GHKS OR ROOSEVELT.
To those Interested In Republican
siimom In November It Is gratifying
to note the apparent growing nation
wide cortalntv that th candidate
ehosea at Cbleaga will be either
Hughes or Roowelt. I Mrs. Duffy was formerly Miss Cath-
Elthor ona. "If started off" right, 1 urine Trautner, of Ilend.
would ho a winner. U that we mean ,
MAPTIKTS TO MEKT.
The DeschuteH Baptist .seociatlon
wilt hold its annual convention In
no far the Baptist church on April 20, 21,
and 22. Among the speakers will be
a woman missionary from Indlir
drewed In native costume, mid
prominent state workers. Dolagctcs
from the surrounding towns will al
so be In attendance, i-ocal talent
will assist In the progrcm and the
CONCERNING CITY DELIVERY.
To the Editor:
I The City Council has appointed a
special committee with Alderman
'McKay as chairman and" Alderman
I Rudow and Urosterbous as members.
' to take the necessary steps In refer
ence to securing free mall delivery
1, 'In the City of Bend.
1 ne ueuu .uuieuiti;iui viun
taken the matter up and has appoint
ed a special committee with H C
Ellis as chairman and T. II. Foley
values for spring.
shift, will begin running May 1
box factory and auxiliary plants' will
be operating later.
"Fall sown grain '.n Central Ore-
tfAM ffaa t v Al ! Aa I.AHflllaai SUa
greater winter precipitation than foraBd M' ,D' "ut" " "neeom
some years. About the same ncre-"iera,e wl5 th-? mmle.c. Irom
. , , . . . ,- j the cltv counci . lJotn 01 saia com- . .
age bos been planted as during the ... "J J,, ' ,,,... --.-
previous year " ' ' I mlttees' working Jointly In co-opera- and lt conditions warrant, more de-
- .. t tlon with the post office department. Uverles wll be made down town.
win c aoie 10 maKe a rcpon 01 uic it ig not tftcessary that any one
ster 1 tme
Dress- Up Time!
v n.r ofTerinn von better things in Wearing ap-
-,! r,9f nrP tin to the latest fashions. Your oppor-
tunitv to avail yourself of our lines is here-
vantage of it now
f XF W 7 1 5-1 Kt
- -Jk llmM
v.r v. m'wi
? Siii Uft. iS si
Snapi styles In plain and stripes
We '. oast of having the most com
plete assortment ln the city
t!.'c unil olio
var.ry In this lino wo
r.or, 7.-.C-, S !.((, SI. I!.".
J." to S--" per suit
Hatch s newest one button union
suit. A feature In undergarments
THE GRIFFON CLOTHES
Will 6lve you everything you expect of clothes. None better for
spring or summer wear. See our ratterns. 01 1 500
om LADIES CLOAK and suit Oepartment offers many serviceable
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING CO.
Expert watch and Jewelry repairing
at Symons. Adv.
Anyone wishing to rent a ranram 'Saturday luncheon of the Commercial1 ,i,, .u..n,0 f, ,, , .h,.,.
cleanef may apply at the Alt&mqnt club at the American Baker'. I individual, mar retain .hoir hnM in
-tfor Information. o-Tcl This delivery service is not neces-!.,, . mo m!v ti r,. ,h nn.
V s'arlly limited to the municipality.1 erai delivery window. However, mall
PETITION IS Tl'RNED DOWN, 'but may be extended to Kenwood or wjjj t,e collected from the mall boxes
at least twice a day Immediately be-
Si.;... ,h mnu n.ii0.i .-in w other territory or addition in-
' . UII,t! nn't Justify a change, the post office' wnlch tue requirements c , the De-, Iore ,he departure of the mall trains,
night. The, .., .. , -, Kipartment are compiled with. It Is Persons having suggestions to of-
iy from the, . ',. a ril . mnll . ,orvlni, lh,necessary that buildings be number- fer should make same to any mem-
In the Clr- .,' ,..,' , ,. . ..."., ed. and this system of numbering! i,er of the committee at once, as this
MIV'J"1 !"" """ """ H," i.t.j t I... ..-ll .,,!... . .
that the candidate should get the
woltod support and ratification of thn
delepatos. eliminating any after-taste
of hostility within the party,
as Is possible.
lt Is snmlngy apparent that
Ha Kb mav accept the nomination
if It U offered him. Ills prolonged
(Hon", and his failure to accept pat
mt Invitation to definitely declare
hlmsoif out of the running entirely.
falflr pormit such a conclusion. And public Ik Invited to attend any of the
If IlHKuea Is nominated he will be thn meetings.
Mrnit candidate. iast or wei
aseteily In the west. 80 far as Ore
p'a la concerned w believe he will
oarrr tha Mate handsomHlv. while wh
dlHtbt lUMHiqvolt's likelihood of local
SKI. I' ADVERTI8KHS.
11 it. 11 1s(? 1ltll
ThBfe ta a iirat rata Moral In the " "'".' "".'' ".
foitK'isB, uiippd from an Kagiish you purchased your new I lilt?
A FntaebMMB was bolag shown
arOMml laitoH. Ob iaatlHg Kxeter
hall hH mw number of men com
ing out with klua rlblioMS In their
"l)Mr me." ha salt! to his fr!enl
"what's the mtmuinK of the r 1
"Wttll," said k boat that iPt-..ns
that tawra ma do not tumli int,,x
eating drink "
Ah. ' said tha I'ronchman. 'f 1
wro - rlbliON for ovary wronn tbinic
1 dan't do you wouldn't m !
Trly. bow iaay of us ara ron
tintlr dwcoratlNg oursolv for the
wroiiB things w don't do, as well as
for th right things that we do do:
lt Is a rare wnn who. keapa awiay
from tamplatton af one kind and an
other without advertltdng tho fact,
and who tluus his uniiseworthy nets
without seeking praise.
Ijoad has probably tba most boau
tlful sotting of any town In tlu state.
Thus fnr its proKreaa liua bean mark
ed by an approclBtlnti for lis natural ., ... nilttern- ,.mi
aUractlvoua und a dealr among llsj " tlJ 'IUV l"lii-ru! aim
c'tiiunsiiip to kenp nud maka the shapes in Spring ami Summer
community ovon more beautuui Ana
as wo dovolop thortt ar over-Increasing
opiiortunltloa for public aor-lra
and oummunlty buautltleatlon alone
the lino of organised parking. Bower
planting, tree protection, encourage-
Mrs. S. Mcintosh
through Hedmond and I'rlnevllle.
According to a letter received -this
week In Mend from the fourth as
sistant Mstmaster general, the mat
ter of the change In service from
Hedmond and I'rlnevllle to Ilend has
been given careful consideration by
t)l department, and It bolleves that
tlio advantages. If any. would not bo
sufficient to justify the change in the
distribution point from the trains.
CALL FOIl WA Kit A NTS.
Notice is hereby given that all reg
istered general fund county warrants
aad all registered oounty high school
warrants are called for pavment.
HALI'H L. JORDAN.
Adv. p County Trrasurer.
was provided for by council nearly
two years ago, and an ordinance Is
being prepared, requiring that nil
hou&es be numbered.
It may also be necessary that a
sufficient walk, consisting perhaps of
no more than 12 Inch plank, be laid
In tho territory wherein delivery Is I
to be. This will not necessarily bo
anything elaborate, but merely to I
keep the carrier out of the mud dur
ing the bad soasons of the year, lt j
will also be necessary that street 1
signs be erected, and as this Is a
much needed Improvement, lt will
doubtless be handled by the council.
Free delivery service will mean at
least two deliveries In the business
section of the cit. and perhaps a
like number In the residence district,
matter must be given prompt atten
TO WHOM IT .MAV COXCEKN.
Notice Is given to all contractors
and builders that no work should be
begun on any building within the city
limits of Ilend until the owner of the
property has secured a building per
mit under the recently enacted build
ing ordinance of the city of Ilend.
L. A. W NIXON,
Chief of Police
NOTICE FOIt I'CKLICATION.
Department of the Interior, l S.
Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon,
Aorll 10, 191C.
NOTICE Is hereby given thnt Levi
V. Smith, of Ilend, Oregon, who, on
October 22nd, 1912, made Homestead
Entry No. 010S39 and on Novem'ier
7th, 1913, made additional Home
stead Entry, No. 012204, for Lots
1-2, S, NE4. N'4 SEU and N3
SV4, Section 2, Township 20
South, Range 14 East, Wlllnmetti
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make Final Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land abovt
described. before H. C. Ellis. I". S.
Commissioner, at Ilend, Oregon, en
the 22nd day of May, 191C.
Claimant names as witnesses
Clifton L. Evans, Aaron D. Norton,
Samuel Robacker, (leorgo D. Ilaker.
nil of Mlllfcan. Oregon.
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
C-10 p. Register
atiu u"H on s a
Complete Stock of Fresh Fishing Tackle.
A Full Stock of Fresh and Staple Groceries.
A Fresh Shipment Eaeli Day of Green Goods.
A New Supply of all Garden Seeds in Bulk.
A Paint Stock consisting of 72 different colors.
J First Grade Stock of Garden Hose Jc Nozzles.
A PI-ACE WHERE YOU CAN BUY
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
F. DEMENT & CO.
A. L. French (MeiVs Furnishings)
Has Put In a Complete Line of
SHIRTS SOX HATS
OVERALLS SHOES O LOVES
Jl'MI'EKS l'NIEItWEAK Dl'C IMCS
lU'IUIEK GOOHS MACKINAWS ROOTS
AT THE NEW STORE
NEAR THE BROOKS-SCANLON MILL.
We can accommodate you there Just as we do nt our
main store. The prices will t-e reasonable, the goods will b
the ery bast la quality, if we oan save you time trade with
us at our new store.
400 PAIRS OF TROUSERS
Serviceable for all kinds of wear have Just arrived. A wlds
assortment i- fairus and slies. We offer them to you
S-.I.00 to ijW.Ou I'EK 1'AIK.
A. L French
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