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THE BEND BTLLETEr. EENP.OBE. WU.MDAr.i?LlTEMBgK 6. lnl.
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THE BEND BULLETIN
li'ablhb4 Eterj Wei-wUy.)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
i ROBERT V.'. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
t AdJ Editor.
fr An indepentfest sewtptper ttasd
"jcg or the s-;a?e deal, eleas keul
e, clean poMtfci aad tke belt ts
teretti of Bend aad Ceslral Oregon
Ose Year -. . -Six
Months . .
i ' j-
AH trJpai are dae and
PAYABLE IJJ ADVANCE. Nolke of
expiration are roalPxc nfOi-criber aad
If reoewal I cot ai -ruble reason
able time tke papr UI be difcos
tlssed. ilea- notify prstxiy f any
cbaag of Ms. or of failare to re
ceive tee p regalarly. OtkrJe
w wttl at t-e resoomeMe for eop4t
Make all !" asd order, pay
able to Tbe Bed Bulimia.
Some of tie sec f i - "
n-411 tkat are ttsttisir sa
of lack of can or:! to '-: ?
here aid ret M t - &i
Tke Fresck bar takes k
of Chilly. Proah4y after J is'
Jokaey mm Lsarektcr fc ost
at wsexTettedly t -- a a.
NJs we-k to elee-Jos dty
MOHLER WOULD OPEN CRANE
PAAIR1E TO HOMESTEAD EffTRY
QCESTIO.V AXD ANSWERS
Two ' ato I'kn Tke Red
aosd SpokeaasiX a ft'" naettioaa
bearing oa tfc twf-Jtrtttea ullclt
hid been maktar. Apparently they
were foaod eatbaraor for io"iti
of isxkts? y U-t at ztfr Ti
gpokiBiaa ii k at
mBt that "Um-j f ej.tl7 rtky
rtu:ie u :: I
CfA ?)iotur to PJtPn A'HaZ
InterUir tprtmnt. In Act on K
qnt Mrnrtj Rrffm I
S. S Kok!r of PorUcai i;-it
iTral Iy of laat k ar i .r-
la fjrDitfi w a tit.-is -.o '
prxati to ti Iatrtof Ipa-'ls,.
la oactloi Hs the eot3s' 'oft
the opeait? of Craae Pra to,
koatal estrr- W'kll k k,
akowed j'ltIom j!ri4r i'rs4 V'
nanr veil ksova aes Is ?jr'.ii
acd Oreixs Cit
AMordlar t Mr Moklr a ;
Tioat m'tioe vklch ke rest to tie
'department Mklsg for tke ops'.xg of
the pralrf kit Vies piea koled as4
It it IsspoM.ble to set ny aetic-x oa
It. Tke prnt petltioa atkf that
tbe firm oe be Ukee op asd a i-r-
Tke alrailo of tie Izr- ptl-
(ton, ktrk kaa tee preriowtly
1 Supply the Chfldren ij
J ufiA Ij
I School Supplies 1;
m rom Ei:
1 "- lii
I Warner's :
B Bend's Economy Center II :
Tr... vkalt nVaiAS
srtateW elkf it ki per ad mentioned la Tke Halletts. :- t tke
..j .-. . w , in i!p4i.I in thfilf-ffwf (hat tb rlrt t irtltdnvi
ari im -; . . . .- - f 1
ehtCJC. Vt e eaaaot reiraia irom , irons entry for te keseat or te ' .,. o k a lot rare. bt u '.iev
poinUae ot tke ke o' e po-, Jtok ma hot eattle xrat It d-ir- tts jjare s Smarts a tke oeritt cf
MH9B '7 '.- --. 'vini; te imr. aa4 tne It it -
THE SPOKESMAN SIDESTEPS
RrlcxMvl Pf-r Say Oar QuetiOBA
THtiat. RfB to .n.er.
Cider tke keadliaei "Bstletis .lii
Mtt Trfrial QeJO03J." Tke Rd
a d 5iMB. is lu Issoe of ip
k 21. uri tke fMovics:
Tke Bed BlleU. atiar -
5fkeMaz'f rplr of Hit veek. arc
tilktu Uka y . RXiaoaa inea.t? the Mmm.ri 1B4
Is refotUK to r itfBi. , rrrir
taylsjt tkt kat ettkr of tbiaka '" " " '" JiV .
":i ..?T tk vvir .i!'! merely a
tk tro&Mttloa to dttide Crc-Jk ras-
Mt. talc !t-' 1T. tkr r Mrelr -rorthr of coi- lr. CaraMaitton kidi
lui. r-r aad tfc aklr u. "w """ " ""? " " '- slderMJoa. rteelTed aa! eoMdre4
1k qoetk o lu oa aeeoast. - " 'i Wkat tke 5pokeiaa or B:Je' a
Tb jHn fc-d oa aeem a j prairie and Pilot Matte raak later-: ,rkt tkiok resardlae tone latcc
MUle ortky of eojnMratko at Tkejet, fnetudlns Srtary of Sut Ol- iry comnmer enu little fir
Sfkenroia y oon are Hat wellleott. are alleged to be beblad tbe wt tke people are Interested a i
aker tbew, a folio withdrawal. t ta oeri? tke ui rate aad ll'fa?
7Kt. e 00 ao ik " i jr. JIofclr M-tird a larte aiar i ih bard from tblr own iai he
tf. ZItkOOCb Biaar. .Wl.r. of lhoi hn thcr S..-J
prairie U aot iil'-, . ... Mn,. BMMtirl fcm ni 'rom
f 4llaf fS - ----- & K-aJ I aiA. ll ..a .
tr aor any otter laoepeaceot eor- . - ; . . . , : . . . I ,r ' . - .:
aoratlon a ortHtt of a bridge rot-""" "" li5 "1 " " ai lw,lot of oveatioat aaked before
inr eeral ktiadred dollari iQe-
tk- proper tkls tor Crook roaaty to ot tiKBZt9t j,.f(
sutld a eonrt bute for JeSeraoa i u.ho f(e, ,blf (6
TO RECEIVE BIDS.
Staled prepctaU will I relTed
stil 1 3 p. t Septct-r 1,
ISIS for the erectfcra aid Mxpte
tks of a two ttorr brick ylses
iaiki:? Shllt for D. H 5;k.er oa
tke corner of Boad aad M xsota
areaae. Bead. Oresos. Phas and
spetiScatloct arepare ky O 'j- Bra.
baker, architect. 137 Wall street.
Bead. Oregos. 8li win te .-eired
separately for tke saasoary. carpea
ter work, lath, pluterlBC. keatixs.
electric wrias. rooSa? and tkeet
metal work. phtatMar. keatlar. salat-
111 alo be
ii-cl2catioa vHI ke oa file at the
oSce of the Oreroa Balldia; Rec
ord. Portland. Orejoa. aad at tke
architect oOce. Bend. Orerc: Tke
owaer reorres tke rtgkt to accept
any or rejet asy or all bldf Ad
&f& all proooMls to tke arck!tt
Is care of tke Central Oregoa Bask
tlon for the Sbokeawaa. vsnat a
tbU to do with tbe dtvuten of De
bMtt county from Crook
Ye, If It were Redraond that waj
a caadldat fur county t honor
Tke liulletln would b-. In favor of
county division lvcaae The Bulle
tin bettered In tbe dlTlilon of tbe
county, IQuMtlon for Tha Spokes
man. If Redmond re for awiwn
would Tbe BDokumaa te")
A reaaon why dirlilon U both ne-
eeary and detlrabte I becaute It
will aery tbe convenience of a ma
jority of b popIe of tbe weal aide.
,jb ahort a majority want dtvlcn,
li i provd to year aro, (Qu
tlon for Tbe fipok'-'toan. Do you be
lieve In majority rale?)
We await anera from our Red
mond friend, ''
We have Jum reclvtd a letter iu
Ce4tlnie to ut In a moit delicate man
cer bow can net a little adver
tlilojc a election draw sear. Tbe
iM.ter I altocetber lo! rood to ton
to the watte batktt to "e are re
printing tb pertinent portion! here
with. In th meanlroe we are wait
Ian on l aad ae4lm to te If e
ret tbe advertltlar,.
Hwe'a the letter
"Oar (lea'-ral Comrnltt-e ta kre
witb rirlar thankful rMOxaltlon to
tbe ut-W- a'ceptaat aad paMI
cation of tke tariooc artkle tkat
tkey k4Vf ea flt to tetitl out all
over tke Male boar In on the I'rotat
fttUca aNMradiaeni ltue. feel warran
ted at tklt time to write of a cont'd
efahl placiaK of advertising with the
aeiaooert of lh- atate for about
t vooka pnov to olectloa You will
aawowtand tke policy of delaying
tat Information understanding iho
with tkat our geanral committee hat
to r-eeiv krat sm niiawl tm
alhy and aapport with tblr propo
Ml aweodmeot fiom tko riwtpaeri
HaHag loeoived tkat. our general
eoouokiee now fel tkat no m-"ti-4eftMft4lfcK
aa aow br plareri on the
pro mil ot of tke later pU'lng of 'l
verlUlue together with tne eompen
tatfSh tftr tke uae "
FORECAST OF SEP
The plaa or tk Kortnt Service to
ke fMwMi la spending tbe ten mil
lion dollar appio'irtalloa for roadii
U dfarlbHl ctaewhere tn this Imu
f Tbe Ballxtln. The Mat of Im
motllate laioreot here la lhat appli
cation matt le filed before October
I In order to obtain conildorotlou
lor expettdlturee In the coming fttcal
year. If Crook county wants any of
I kit mosey (pent hare It would be
detlriMe for the county court to
teotlder the matter at it pretent
i.'ow that thf Portland newspapers
ate waking up to a little favorable
comment on tht Btrohorn road wu
may begin lo iiourlth the hope that
they sill Influence the city lo come
forward generously with aid for the
project. As e hato said before,
tke Portland attitude Is the onlv tli
qalhtlug thing lo the whole pro
pet. Now Is the time to bvAtn to
change lhat attitude.
11 was only two rars ugo that, we
felt proud of a monthly payroll of
110,000 and uver-tlilnx In sight was
combined to make tho total Now
llund has two mills which together
hate payrolls more than double the
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CODE OP H.a.RCI. GREY
Toe gbt and Tburtday
JO and IS Cent
Susday asd lfon5ayf Sept. 10 t
1." sad XS Oat
September 12, IS and H.
THE .VKK IK) UEI.I,
Ten reel ruper-feature, Sept. 1"
spteraler 13, 20 and 21.
HEART OP 1MI'U
September 24 and 26.
September 2C. 27 and ZS.
THE (.1111. AM) THE CAME
Wtk Ooraedfe eiery PrMay and
"Now that we"hae the prointto ol
bolter condition In the vay of our
telegroph service would It not bu a
good 'plan for the Commercial Club
to are, what could be done tow-artl
obulnlnc (reo eiprcet delivery?
Music will be ftirnishcd
as soon as arrange
ments enn be made
Afternoon 2:30 -Evening
AT THE NEW
Bead, Oreson aad mark, oa tke ea-
oap'Telope, "Propotai for Scaler baild-
aad wk'.ek it will ke up to tome .ng " Adv.
promlaeat eoaaty officials to aac-er
ia tbe meaawkile will The Bulletin i A desirable bread kalfe free with
tell u if it thick It would be tke'eTery annual scbtcriptlon
proper thlag for Crook county to Bead Bulletin.
build a court boute for Jefferson
county? Or to make JeTerton coun
ty or any other independent corpor
ation a pretent f a bridge
teveral hundred dollars?
Is Your Spending Money
Running Low this Month
TRY DOLVG YOCR TR-.DIN AT THIS STORE FOR OSK
MONTH AM SE: HOW MCOI MORE YOU IIAK LE1-T
Just in from New York
Ladle tailored skirts .J-0 to $!2..-o
Ladies tailored ikiru 15.00 to 92.i.oo
Women aad children's coats W.50 to S22K)
Mes fall suite S15.00 to 823.00
Mea's overcoau 7.3o to K!..oo
MaMng tinderrcir for men, women and children the
world bet fall wtlghu now here fcr you
Lac carta Ins at 30c 7.V, SI, $J-"K, 91.75, upward
Curtain icrlmg 1'Jc, l."Vc, 18c, 20c and 25c. yd.
Couch covers $25, $2-"0, $.'1, 8.-J.25 nul t.,-,0
Woaec's outlns flknel night germs, extra li-rge and full 91.25
Black Satteen bloomers for children at :5c and 50c
For women U5c anil 75c
10 pair Wool knap blankets, extia sizes In grey, tans and
pltids at $a.."o r.
Silkollae comforu, good tlze hand ties sllkolino covered
filled with laminated cotton at $2.50, &I.50 erli
Cotton blankets $1.10, $1.25, $1.50," 51.73
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
043 AND 017 WALL STREET
THE FASTEST GROWING STORK IN OREGON
1 Ic making plans for entertalcaeat
, next year don't forget to make a
cottier! toci old fasnlpned Fourth of July
ceieor&uon lor luree oajs ic ui,
! ,Va Y) w.AMn, l.a,& lv
If It were Redmond that was : " """'" v' """
Ctadldate for county seatiocor. a-rrt-v-rinv ir-c avn r.nttc
would The Uulletln t In favor of ( ,,'.a g,rls brin,: ;our coupoM
divU'on. and if to. why? I,0 t Co lntitLr aoTBiBK
unc via IWVU u Ml, .uw I, iwfn,, fm. )-. VTV IIH-r In u.l.
either necessary or desirable,
Tbe Spokesmaa cannot teo tke an
alogy between a blsh school deemed
unneccettary though cottly by a.cem-
in unity, and tbe proportion to dl-
.vide tte county.
ed envelope with came' and address
plainly written. Adr.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
NORIUfi HARDY DIM.
Norrit Hardy, tbe only ton of Mr.
aad Mrt. George E. Hardy, of Port
land, who died at hi parent' home
there on Friday wa well known In
Uend, bating lived here for a num
ber of month last ear In search for
health For a time the young man
lived with Mr and Mr. R. L. Todd
Jind later erected tents on the river
wture he spent last fan, nis mother
and sinter being with him Mr Har
dy, who was executive secretary of
thd Portland Chamber of Comtrfcrce.
visited hi son here last fall
Mr. asd Mrs. E. S. Deaarce, of
Hallowell, Kansas, arrived In ilend
on Saturday by automobile after an
auto trip of more than 3,000 miles
through tbe northwest. Mr. and Mrs.
Demarce may locate la Ilend.
Mr. and Mrt J. C. Bogle leave on
Friday via Seattle and Vancouver, B.
C. for Chicago. Mr, Bogle has been
enraged ia making extentlve Im
provements at the power plant of tbe
ilend Water Light L. Power Co.
Mrt Leroy Hotallng, of Ncz Perce,
Idaho, arrived on Saturday evening
to visit with her sister, Mrs. George
S. Young Mrs. Hotallng wa form
erly Mitt Meda Castle and was with
Martin & Cashman Clothes
We want to call your attention to our Boys' De
partment. We are prepared to fit your boy out
for school this season.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
$20 to $40
David Adler Suits from
' $15 to $20 .
10c a Button $1.00 a Rip.
We make Florsheim Shoes a special
ty, Always a complete hnejof frur-
nishings for Men and Boys,
goods arriving every day.
MARTIN & CASHMAN
Tkt homt ol Hut Sriufntt & Mux dothn
W will occupy 0Kaa txdttBf tWt October I
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the Pioneer Telephone Co., In Bend.
C. S. Hudson leaves tonight for
Portland where be will be a witness
before the Federal Land Board which
hold a hearing In Portland tomor
row on the matter of the establish
taent of a Federal Land Bank In that
Tke first meeetlng of the Parent
Teacher Association for tbU season
will be held at the Reld school at 4
o'clock next Wednesday afternoon.
All parents and others Interested In
the work of the schools are urged to
Norman Greer, who has been mak
ing the Central Oregon territory for
Portland dealers for several months
with Bend as his headquarters, baa
accepted a position with the Modern
Confectionery Company and will
make Medford his future headquar
ters. Mr and Mrs. Greer left on
Tuesday for Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunter. Claire
and Carl Hunter, Margaret Thomp
son and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester
Staata returned on Friday front New
port after a two week's trip over
land through the state by automo
bile. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Staata and
Mr. and Mrs. Prince Staats, who al
so made up the party leaving Bend
were detained in Corvatlls on account
of the serious Illness of the Staats
ATTENTION BOYS AND GIRLS.
Boys and girls brlnB your coupons
to Larson & Co.. Saturday morning
before twelve o'clock. Bring In seal
ed envelope with name and address
plainly written. Adv.
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adr.
See J. Ryan & Co., for farm land)
H. H. De'ARMOND
Regular Republican nominee, for
For Crook County Adr tC
THAT ARK MEALS
NOT THE CHEAPEST, HIT
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK The Tailor
All Kinds ot
CLEANING AND TRUSSING
Phone Btack 1481
Jdrson Cr Co.
cordially invite tAe public
to attend the open in a
nineteen, hundred sirteen
Hutxiff iBuitdimg, Ortgom St. ., '