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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Erery Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROnERT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
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ling for tho squaro deal, clean busi
ness, clean politics and tho beet in
tcrtsts of Iicml and Central Oregon.
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"Have Been nothing yet that Cen
tral' Oregon cannot have with tho
same amount of labor," writes a
Hcnd man on hla way east for a vis
it. That Is tho Bplrlt thot wins.
Hend Is lucky In having citizens who
aro rcr.dy to give the necessary labor
to poduce the result.
RAID IDE ON ROYAL GAPE;
HottPr In Washington than ever
before. ' JIughcB ha started on Mis
Vote "Vcs" on all three measures
that down town tele-
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 191C.
Some mills, aren't th?
WOULD DE6IN WORK HERE
Now that satisfactory lines have
boon agreed upon nnd fasstirnncCK
given rs to tho cant ride vne we bc
llovn that coii'ity division Im tho
piopor action to bo .alien to obtain
n county real on tho v. est sldo of tho
aunty. A largo majority favored
thin rctlon two verrs ngo, end al
though there aro como few Inecon
cllnblea who feci that Prlnevlllo
should bo bumbled by tho reimivnl of
tho county neat, ve believe that the
majority Is still favorable to division.
Thn romovnl putltlon was brought
Furiously but tint reason for ltn be
ing was taken nwny when division
Ah wan tho rase two earn ago
Redmond heeins to bo preparing to
fight tho division move. Prominent
Redmond men pledged tholr support
to division a few weeks ago and then
allied themselves with a I'rlnovlllo
minority In nn effort to defeat It.
Thuy wanted to get on tho band wag
on but wore mireitnln which wagon
was going to ciury tho band and as
n result n ro now somo distance bu-
hind tbn music. Thero In still room
and n place for them and In tho In
terests of harmony, which Hcnd has
sought from tho llrst, we hope thoy
will- hasten along and gut aboard.
To duvelop tho Hedmiind attitude
wo ask tho Itedinotid Spokesman to
reply to tint following questions:
(1) Did not Itedmond seek (o di
vide, Crook county sk years ago?
C!) If Powell Untie was Included In
tho proposed now county would not
Redmond bo In foor of division?
CI) What was Redmond's actual ob
jection to division two jenrs ago?
(Ah tho presipit editor of tho Spokes
man was not hero hero at that time
wo rofer him for answer to tho pres
ent mayor, of tho city who took a
prominent part In the campaign,)
Stnilioni at Paisley, According to
Pic, Siijk (imitoit Good Would
Ho Sort tit.
That Robert E. Strahorn hopes
to begin construction of tho Oregon,
California (c Eastern from Hcnd Is
apparent from reports coming from
Paisley following Mr. Strnhorn's re
cent visit hcie. According to the
Chowauc.iu Press. Mr. Strahorn "In
speaking of where construction might
ho expected to commence said that
both Klamath Kails and Hums wnu
anxious to havo the road start from
there, but ho said that, personally, he
fell as do thu majority of tho peo
ple of thlH viclnltv, that the greatest
good can be accomplished In thu
least tlmo by starting work from
Ilond. This will give Control Oregon
Ita iniirli needed outlet to the north
iiulckcr than It run be secured In
tiny other way. It Is thorofoio al
most certain that construction will
begin nt Hend and that tho Central
Oiegon rotito to Lakcvlow will ho
"IDs wholeo onversatlon was so
filled with optimism that It was iUltu
plain Mr. Strahoin ban no doubt but
that thu road will be built "
Wo need sot prnl morn good men.
Wages $:i per da. Hoard $. 2,"i n
week. Hend Hrlck & Lumber Com
pany. Adv. yitfc
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
George Dnlton Ifcltl on Two Chargci
It Hound Over to Grand .Jiid
1'orjiu-y is Alleged.
Acting upon tho boltof tbet vhole
9alo drinking, gambling nnd boot
legging has been carried on In the
Royal Cafe on Ilond street, officers
Nixon nnd Kulp arrested Ooorgo Dal
ton, proprietor, nt about midnight on
Friday and lodged him In tho city
jail clicrgeil with gambling. Accord
ing to the ofllcurs the place has beau
welched for somo tlmo with the
thought that Infractions of the law
woro occurlng. Lnto on Friday even
ing thoy entered tho place by break
lug In the door? Thoy found a num
ber of men gathered nbout a table,
and evidences wore that they had
been playing cards. No outward evi
dence, however, of gambling was
there. In the search of tho place
ono bottle of alcohol was found on
On Monday afternoon Dalton wns
brought before City Recordor II. C.
Ellis, charged with gambling. Tho
case, nfter testimony of several wit
nesses was taken, was taken under
advisement, and no decision has yet
Charged with perjury, Dalton was
brought beforo Judgo J. A. Eastes
yesterday afternoon, nnd woh bound
ovpr to tho grand jury' nt the fall
term of tho circuit court. Tho spe
cific chnrgo which Dalton faces Is
that of swearing falcely to tin affi
davit for tho purchase of a iiuantlty
of alcohol, which ho Intendod to ubo
for bathing purposes. It was the
contention of tho stnto that D.ilton
used tho alcohol In question as a
In Monday's case H. II. Do Almond
nppoared for tho city, nnd C W. Er-
sklno Tor thu state. Mr. Ersklno al
so appeared for tho state In jester
day'H caao and .1. A. Mooro for the
Dalton will bo taken to Prlnovllle
some tlmo this week to await trial.
TO ELECT NEW CLERK.
A special election will be held to
morrow for the purpose of electing a
clerk for school district 12 to suc
ceed D. M. Davis, who has resigned.
The' election will be held at tho Reld
Echool nt 11 o'clock. The district
will also hold a special election on
August 25 to vote on the question of
Issuing $25,000 worth of bonds for
tho purpose of building a new school
building. If the bonds are voted
they will be sold on the following
Anocdotei of Rlcliter.
Mme. X. wns singing at a rehearsal
nnd was decidedly out of tune. Dr.
Rlchtcr stood It as long as he could,
then, turned to her. "Madame." lie
suld, "will you kindly give tho orches
tra your A ?'
At another rehearsal one of the ln
strumontullsts made a mistake. "No,"
said Dr. Rlcliter; "It goes so (hum
ming) rumtum-taniml" The same
plnycr mode another mistake. "No, no
nim-tum-taruml" At tho third mis
take Dr. Rlcliter momentarily lost pa
tlcncc nnd cried, "Why do you make
so many mistakes, Mr. '" Then
quickly recovering his hnbltual good
humor, "Ah, I know why It Is you
like to hear mo slngl" Manchester
(1) Was thu' Spokesman In favor of
division on tho lines proposed bv tho
Redmond and tho Prlnevlllo commit
tees on July, 3?
- . i
Certainty that tho two charter
nmondmtmtH will carry at next Tues.
day's election should not deter any
votor from casting his or her ballot
Every possible voto In tho city should
bo brought out mill over ono should
bo In favor of tho iimendmciitB. That
which pminltH bonding for street Im
provements Imposes no liability on
tho city. It merely makis bonding
of certain districts posslblo If tho
votorH In those districts deslro It, and
fhould bo passed to glvo tho power
for use when necessary. It Is u
proparedncsH measiiro entirely.
Tlio bond Issue for tho Strahorn
terminals has been voted onro and
undoubtedly will bo voted again. A
fow votCH were cast agitliiht It beforo
This tlmo thero should bo none And
tho voto for It ewvuld bo largo, as nn
wvproBHlon of contldeiice In Mr Stra
horn. Portland ulinliwml,iri uni-Mi.
nsod In Ilond after tho last voto
Thoy will begin construction when!
tho railroad under wnv. Lot us I
do all In our power to got It under
way ns soon iih possible.
A favoiublo voto should bo pact
ns well for the proposition to extend
thu city boundaries. No ono lives
In tho proponed addition to tho city
who does not fool that ho U a resi
dent of Ilond. Hood Is bis town and
I.-, tho moons of his living. tat
him, then, vote to lit a part of tho
l'y In fact as well ns In name and
MHi.nio his nhnro of tho roaporilbll
Itlos of tho city.
To paraphrase a question rccentlv
asked In Portland, "What bus Hend
to bo proud tr'becr.um YOU aro liv
ing herot" Pmutuably you aro do
ing your best for yourself. At tho
tsiue tlmo are you giving twrnethlug
of yourself to tuo town, for lt bet
torment, Its Improvement and
growth? If you are making n lh-.
lug hure do you not owe tomcthlng
to the town which makes your suc
cess possible? Give- It nnd bo a bot
tor cltlton In ft hotter tovvu. Then
Uend will bo iu-oud of you.
i ' . j
Tho mobllUatlon of the national
kuotu uas renuiiou in producing u
rorlos of enforced Plattsburg encamp
ments which .should furnish many
trained mon for ottlcort when thoy
arc, needed. ,v
I II .Ml AI'ltll(TMI.i;il.
The annual apportionment of tho
Interest collected from tho Irreduc
iblu school fund during tho last ear
wiib mtido Tuesday morning by State
Treasurer Kay, tho Mini of 3ii!),
IS2.31! being sent to county treas
urers. ThlH Ih I'J.llT.S'l moro than
tho apportionment made In 1U15.
Coiisub returns bIiow that there mo
208,748 children of school age In
tho state nt tills time, an Increase of
2f)!i(j over thn returns mado In 101G.
Tho apportionment this tlmo Is $1.75
per capita, an Increase of two cents
per capita over that of a year ago.
ONE CENT A WORD In all a little
Want Ad will coBt you.
:AT THE NEW:
SpwhlMj AdaissioB.. 19 Ceats
GeullcBtfi 79 Certs
WILL IMPROVE KTOCK.
A registered Holstoln bull, 10
months of ngo, wns rccolvcd. Friday
morning by Phillip lluit, who has a.
ranch sK miles out on tho Hear
Creok road. Mr. Hint will uso him
to Improve the blood of his dairy
herd. Thu bull Is of good stock, his
slro'H dnui having n butter record of
80 pounds In seven days and his dam
of liOO pounds In 10 months.
Why Ho Wi on Time.
Ilcrniigcr was one day complimented
by n lady on the punctuality v 1th which
ho kept his engagements. "It Is a
pleasure," said she, "to Invito you to
dinner, for jou never make us wait."
"I am uo longer joung, madam," re
plied the poet, "and experience has
taught me one thing It Is dangerous
not to nrrlvo at the precise hour, for
tho guests who are waiting for you will
pass the time In discussing jour fuults."
A Filling Concern,
"So you've Invented your money In a
new nlrahlp company?"
"Yes. If our airship goes up the
stock will go up."
"Rut suppose It doesn't?"
' "Then tho company Mill go up."
What Portland. Cement li.
Portland cement Is defined by tho
Scientific American ns a product mado
by burning llmcstono nnd clny, mixed
In certain proportions, nnd grinding
tho resulting clinker to powder.
HARMONY MEETINO I.OST.
(Crook County Journal.)
There has been lost to Crook
county, wo hopo only temporarily,
however, ono perfectly good harm
ony meeting. Redmond ha'if the
llrst one, Prlnevlllo followed n month
Inter by a banquet which mado up
In numerical attendance what It
lacked In harmony. Under thu .con
ditions it might bo more appropriate
to hold this third meeting In October
but we leave the dnto ontlrely with
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK THb Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phono Dlack 1481
ACCIDENT COMMISSIONER VISITS
Commission Harvey Heckwith, of
the Statu Industrial Accident Corrn
mlsslon, spent two days In Hend last
week, on work of the commission,
visiting tho saw mills and Inspecting
tho local hospital whore patients aro
being cared for by arrangement with
the commission. Mr. Hook with was
full of prulso for the two mill com
piuiles for tho ninny safe guaids they
hud Installed for their employees.
Ladles' nnd Chlldicn's Sowing
of any kind.
Over II. W. L. & P. Co. Offlco
COMFORTABLE, Satisfactory Wearing Shoes
for Men, Women and Children. You'll
find here the right goods at the right prices always.
Here are a few of the styles. Read them over.
Come and buy one pair, then you'll never wear
any other kind.
No. ."500 GUN METAL CALF, RLUCIIER ItXCK,
"Klnsoy" Inst, medium high toe, a dressy nnd very
comfortable shoe; all widths. Priced at $5.00
No. f!fr GUN .METAL CALF, PLAIN LACE, "Cadet"
last, which Is a modified English stjle; a very smart
shoe, for young men; all widths. Priced at $5.00
No. .lill GLAZED KANGAROO, RLUCIIER LACE,
"Senator" last; a good light weight shoo for summer
wear. Priced at $3.00
No. .-,10 GLAZED KANGAROO RLUCIIER LACE,
"Judgo" last; a medium toe with tip, a shoo for com
fort; Just right for n heavy mr.n. Priced at $.".00
No. r.10 DARK TAN, ViCI, HLUCHER UCE,
"Judgo" last, wide toe with tip; JtiBt tho shoe for the
hot days to nuike walking easy. Priced nt $3.00
N, ,i;t DAltK TAN, RUSSIA CALF, PLAIN LACE;
mndo with the new Neolln solo and hcols which wear
better than leather and Is wnter proof; made on tho
"Cadet" last nnd Is n very snappy shoe. Prlcod at $3.00
No. r.OJJ DARK TAN, RUSSIA CALF, 1IUTTON;
' made on the "Klassy" last; medium high too and heel;
a shoe for the man who docs not Itko the extreme
styles. Priced nt $3.00
No. mil GUN .METAL OALF, HUTTON; made on the
"Princeton '.last; n pointed receding too, a lino shoe
for tho stylish drcscor. Priced at $3.00
No. 301 GUN METAL CALF, RUTTON; made on
tho "Klassy" last; medium) high toe and heel; n shoo
that looks well and Is very comfortable Priced at $3.00
No. Rill) GliACK KANGAROO STOCK; thin ns kid
but will not poal like kid; made on the "Senator"
last; button; dressy und good. Priced at $3.00
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
013 AND 017 WALL STREET
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN OREGON
TV T 1 j 1
inows me nme
for Some Unusual Values
'OU KNOW that tho clothes wo sell are always
if d value; nnd, of course, jou understand
that the pilco of anything you buy Is high or
Iovt according to tho Quality of the goods.
Our policy hns always been to give big value at ovary
price and that'i particularly true of
Hart Schaffrier & Marx Clothes
Just drop In now and seo what you can do with JIB;
or with 1S; or with 20 nnd $25. You'll seo the
bigger valuo at a glance.
New goods arriving every day. Florshclm Shoes and
Dutchess Trousers, a specialty. 10c a button, J1.00
MANNIIEIMER ADDITION HEGUN.
Work has been begun on tho addi
tion to Mannhclnier Ilrothcrs store
announced somo tlmo ago, Tho ad
dition will bo 35x30 feet In size and
In addition thero will bu room for a
hoatlng plant. E. P. IlrosterhoiiB
has thu contract for the work.
H. II. De ARMOND
Regular Republican nomlneo for
For Crook County Adv tt
See J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
'MARTIN & SAYE
Tk boat of Hut SKi nn & Mux cUtw
These Vegetables and
Fruits Always FRESH
Louis Bennett, Grocer
Successor to V. C. McCubton
PHONE DLACK 331
A, G. ALLEM