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The Bend Bulletin
l (Weekly Bdltlon)
I .' Published Br
f j'THK BEND BULLETIN
i ' (Incorporate!)
PltED A. WOELKLEN, Editor
llOUBRT W. SAWYER, Mnnagor
An Independent nowspapcr Btnndlng
(or the pqunro deal, clean buHincss,
clean, politics and tho beat lntorcsta
of Bend and Central Oregon.
Offo year $2.00
Blx months... - 1.00
Three months.-. CO
BEND lUJLLKTIN, IM3OTI, OIIKGON, THVItHDAY, MAItCH 2.1, IIMIO
TIIURSDAVi MAnOH 85, 1920
I A aOOD I10OST
A Jotter Just received from n sub-
scrlbcr suggests A new lino of argu
ment to put beforo congress In tho
effort to obtain aid for Irrigation.
Owning land near Bond and want
ing a .tenant this man ndvorlUed In
Tho 'Bulletin's classified ColuMns.
Ho writes that "soino 60 odd an
swers" to his advertisement wore
received, pretty rood returns, by tho
way, from a few dollars worth of
classified advertising In Tho Bulle
tin, and that ho Is sending them to
Keprosontatlvo Mondeil, tho author
of the Mondeil land settlement bin.
tg show him what an interest there
rv,pOjir subscriber writes as folloxv:
2V"i might bo of Interest to you
to know that some fifty odd an
swers' en mo to mo from tho Inser
tion of tho nds in Tho Bulletin. I
am going to got these letters to
gether, send them to Mr. Mondeil,
at Washington, with a letter from
mo so that ho can use them in his
arguments for appropriations for
agriculture or in any .bill ho may
present along agricultural lines, and
they nay bo of sbmo help in get
ting some measure through which
will help to provo that Irrigated
land is in demand, and especially is
this truo in Central Oregon. I
havo been, and am, a great be
liever In the future of Central Ore
gon from an agricultural standpoint
hen irrigation Is at Its host, whlih
I know is P2l Tm "m'er Present
conditions. "", r '
' y0U for tho courtesies
extended, and am going to do all I
can to help along . any Irrigation
project that may fccip Central pre
gon. When I was through tho
PoweH. Bulla Cftuntry about eight
een" months ago, I nover saw such
a change in the looks of a section
as made by tho uso of the water
being carried i by tho ditches. 1
walked through'' ilh -alfalfa field the
like of which I had never seen be
fore, as no earth could be seen until I
one had crawled, under tho fenco
and looked 'straight down through
the alfalfa. It.Is certainly a shamo
that Jho 'high, ttch' is not put
through to cover the other acres
that can produce the samo as those
now lender Irrigation.' I am ready
to go ahead with Improvements on
my 1C0 acres in the Powell Butte
section at any timo I sco that wo
are going to have the 'high ditch,'
but do aoti'UkVtto improve dry
That's a good testimonial for our
classified advertising, a good way
to make an impression on Mr.
Mondeil, and a good boost for Cen
tral Oregon lands.
Since so many of tho present day
social and Industrial problems are
attributed to ignoranco the Amorican
Library association has declared that
every state should extend its library
facilities into the rural and industrial
districts In order to give new Amer
Jeans opportunity to cducato them'
selves In American Ideals of citizen
ship. This will bo 'one of the services
to be rendered by tho Deschutes
FEW MS IN
Couit Session will lit Dullest on
Recowl Union Sudden Crime
r "Vnc Sweeps Uer County,
Predicts County Attorney.
Unless a sudden wovo of crlmo
overwhelms Deschutes county boforo
Iho Spring term of circuit court tlnTta
nn Anril 12. the. session will bo tho
jlullcst Ori record, District Attorney
A. J. Mo'oro predicts. Al present
JUst olio criminal case is bound ovor
tn tho irrand Jury by tho Justtco
court, and it is probable that oven
if an Indictment Is returned, thcro
will bo no trial. Tho lono caso is
that against Dick Seder, who wos
arrested sovernl months hgo charged
with Issuing worthless checks. Threo
hundred dollars cash ball was put
up. and Seder promptly left the coun
try. While' there aro somo civil cases
which will probably bo In shape for
trial, no especially Important mat
tors aro listed for tho coming term.
County Clerk J. II. Ilnner last
week announced the following
Jury lit: J. F. Arnold, P. A. Erlck
son. W. P. Downing, Frank O'Laugh
lln, Van M. Morse, William Aberna
thy. N. P. Smith, Dennis McCole, B.
J. McCaun, Louis Doonar, E. A.
Sather, B. II. Loop, J. D. Davidson,
J. W, Usher. F. J. Wllkcy, James
Ryan. A. L. Saye, R. M. Smith, O. C.
Henkle. T. J. Murphy, L. B. Balrd,
E. A. Smith, and Julius Janctt, at
Bend: G. II..Ehlers, L. C. Marion,
Fred Atkinson, O. K. Olson, and W.
C. Leavitt, of Redmond: W. E. Van
Allon. of Deschutes: Frank Bocue. of
Lit Pino; and O. "W. Boles, of Tum-
TO BE APRIL 1
Hearing of tho petition of tho Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Co. boforo the
Public service coimnlsslon for per
mission, to Increase Its charges for
ninintblinnco riot to begin March 32
boforo tho commission ut Doschutun
has hc,on postponed until April J, ac
cording to nluiouncunient mado hero
Monday. The delay Is tho result if n
request that tho company's books ho
audited beforo tho hearing. Tho
audit will bo mndo by commission
auditors nnd Is tn bo flntshod In tlmo
for tho honrlug noM weoli,
gllinlng tn bo fult ill tho nheilff'ri of
fice, and tor tho next 10 days, (ho
deputies will bo Hturnlly nwniupod
with work Mr. Audorou believes.
TWO ELK ORDERED
BY N. G..JACOI3SON
Animals From Wallowa Foiest to
Ilo Kept nt 11. P. O. 12. Hummer
Homo on the Mctollu.
"Don't waste this seed" says tho
Department of Agriculture in send
ing out packets of garden seed. Then
you look to aoo what kinds you draw
and fla'd tomato and melon. That's a
cojaplijBient to the gardeners of this
TlcJaltybut it fs ilso a waste on the
part of tho Department. Secretary
JMtredilh is right In proposing that
ia'fa '"business of &'ed distribution bo
In tho 1920 auto bjuo book are
two Daces of four color views nald
for by tho, Oregon Hotel Men's asso
ciation. The views shown aro Mount
jrood, St. Peter's Domo, Multnomah
Falls, Crater Lake, tho Vista House
nnd a Portland rosldenco. Wondor
If theso hotel men. ovor beard of any
part of Oregon oast of the Cascades.
Tho army Is now being called tho
'University of JCha,kl" because of tho
many educational advantages offered
to tho soldier; There is a chanco for
any boy to lay a good foundation of
health, 'education and character in
Ithpr tho nrmyorjtho navy today.
Germany does not wanta 'Kapp
any more than it wants a crown.
BF.XD MAN' DECIDES nKTWEKN
1WO BRANCHES OF LEGISLA
TUBE GOOD KOADS EX'
1'KCTKD TO BE PLANK.
H. J. Ovcrturf, of Bend, will be
a candidate at tho coming primaries,
for tho republican nomination for
state representative, he announced
on Saturday. Earlier In tho year,
Mr. Ovcrturf declared his intention
of going out for the legislature, but
was uncertain at that tlmo. whether
ho would seek a placo in tho upper
or lower house.
Mr, Overturf has mado no public
announcement of the policies be will
advocate In socking tho nomination,
but tho fact that he has Just receiv
ed notlco of bis election as vice-pros
Ident of tho Oregon Roads and De
velopment association, together with
his past activities In this connection,
is taken as strong evidence that good
roads for Deschutes county will be
ono of the substantial planks of his
As Ylcc-vesldent of tho associa
tion, Mr. Overturf will bavo cbargo
of educational work In this county
In connection with the movement to
raise tho bonding limitation from
two' to four per cent.
WILL ELECT JUDGE
FOR SIX YEAR TERM
When, n county Judge Is chosen
by ballot tor Deschutes county nt tho
general elections In tho full, It will
bo for n nix year term, according to
Information rccolved today from
Snlom. It had previously been sup
posed In somo circles, that tho elect
Ion would bo to nil 'the unnxplred
term of Judge W. D. Barnes.
FACING TAX RUSH
With only $30,000 collected to
dato, nioro than $160,000 must bo
turned Into tho oIQco of Sheriff S. E.
Roberts by April 5, If tho first half
of tho county taxes is to bo com
pleted beforo penalties go Into effect,
Chief Deputy August Anderson an
nounced this morning.
The rush of taxpayers is Just be-,
Plans by Bend Lodge No. 1371, 11.
P. O. K to Jtcep two or nioro oik
at tho summer houtn oil thu Motnllun,
were disclosed Friday by N, Q, Jacob-
son, supervisor of thu Descliiitus Ni
tlonnl forost, whon ho reported that
u lmi ordered n yearling buds nnd n
(loo with .fawn to lie Hunt lie.ro frolll
tho Wallowa National forest. Tho
lodgo hadfiliady been nsdiirod by
Stnto QamoWardon Shoomaker that
tho iiiilmals could ho obtained,
Fifteen Years Ago
(From tho columns of Thu Bul
letin of March 24. 1105.)
George Converse and J. II. Vin
cent crossed the Cascndu moun
tains this yonr enrllor than there
Is any provlous . record of. Thny
crossed tho dlvldo Inst Friday, com
ing by way of Iho McKonzIo roud,
and brought seven horses with
All tho pipes for the Bend wa
ter system hnvo been compluted and
will bo shipped hero ns soon as
cars can bo obtained.
Tho city of Bend Is ahead $22.50
In flues nnd ono prisoner tho
county has ono more prisoner and
another coiinjy prisoner dug out of
,tho lkuHl Jail and DHOiilKHl, all Willi
lug thu wcuk following W. 1'alrlck'n
Hereafter tlitoo drlvoiii will han
dle bo Htagou botwooii l'rlnuvlllo
anil RoMnml,' each olio .driving Iho
otitlin 01 inllim anU laying over 'otto
day.' 'Four hornet, will ho unci! bo
twooil Pilnevlllo ami Bond and two
between Bnud mid Roiilnml.
Fiod N, Wallace has leased Iho
now building of A, II. Grant, next
to tho pontoftlco, and will uuu It,
for n innfoctloiiory store.
Tho BiillQtlu office him Just mill
ed to Us Job department n lurgo
liiHtnllmont of tho latust typo faces,
making tho oiiulpinunt much Im
proved for thlB lino of printing.
Adam Kotxmati Is hauling lum
ber out to build a nuw Iioiiko on
A AUUibuK 0 101. r,jB nur.
prised .Mrs. L. 1). Wlest nt hor
homo Monday night In honor of tho
anniversary of her hlrlh.
Charles S. Roiihou of tho D. I, &'
P. engnoer corps ban begun tho
construction of n cottngo on the
lot Just west of II. C. Hills', -on
Two mprq claimants for the rec
ord for 'early notched chickens hard
made their' .appearancn fllnco the
lettr from Mrs. George T. Sellara
was j-eferrod to In The Bulletin.
The White Leghorns hatched by
Mrs. Sellars' hens, broko their
sheila on March 3, but Mrs. C. E.
Warnstatf writes to announce the
facti that .jibe baa a t number of
White Leghorns' which arrived on
Mrs. Warnstaff's claim for tho
record, however, is superseded by
A. S. Ashcroft, of 1220 East First
street. '"Mr." Aahcroft raises puro
blooded Barred Rocks, and one of
his hons came off tho nest nn Jan
uary 27, with 11 chicks, ho reports.
On March 2 another hen proudly
presented hor owner1 with 14 chicks,
turkey oggs to show results within
Tho youngsters from both settings
aro doing remarkably well, and tho
first hen has now been laying for
two wooks. In addition to theso,
Mr.v Ashcrpft, expects'i'a Betting of
tno1" nextl.4 days.
Sparkling With Pep and Enthusiasm Arc the
NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS FOR MARCH
A(ll.W In Your Arms, Just Llko a Gypsy, Nora Bayos, 85c
AUI2 Just Llko a Hone, Lewis James and Charles Har-
rlson, tonor duot '
Whoro Lanterns -Glow, Campbell and Burr, tenor
duot, 8Sc ; ,-
A28-I3 Hand In Hand Again. Campbell and Burr
My Love Song, My Bono nnd You, Charles Harri
A2ftt:t All I liavo Are Sunny Weather Frlonds, Campbell
Now I Know, Lewis Jnmes, SCo
AUfm "O," Fox Trot, Ted Lowls' Ja Band '
Barkin' Dog, Fox Trot, Gorman's Novolty Synco
AatlO Nobody Knows, Fox Trot, Hickman Trio
Wondorful Pal, Fox Trot, Hickman Trio, 8 Be
A2H40 I Want n Daddy Who Will Rock Mo to 8Ieep, Fox
, Trot, Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra, 8Cc
NEW JAZZ DANCE RECORDS
I Might Bo Yours, Oncq In a Whllo, Fox Trot, Yerkos
Jazarlmba Orchestra,' 8Cc.
AUl.'UI Now York Hippodromo Medley, Ono Stop, Tho Happy
Nobody Evor, Fox Trot, Happy Six, $1.2S
A0I87 Oh, What a Pal Was Mary, Prince's Orchestra
Carolina Sunshine, Prlco's Orchestra, $1.26
A2M40 La Bohome, Mosctta Waltz, Margarot Romalno
Mignon, Rondo Gavotlo, Margarot Romalno, $1.00
i;iJ70 Spanish Gypsy Dance, Columbia Spanish Orchestra
Nlvht of Lovo, Contort Waltz, Spanish Gypsy Or
AU8.17 Father Flynn nnd Hasto to tho Wedding, Patrick
Scanlou, Accordion Solo
Keel-Row and Monoy Musk (Highland Fling), Pat
rick Scanlon, Accordion Solo, 85c
M1HIH Bon Hur Chariot Raco, March, Plnco's Band
Under Ordors, Prince's Band, 8Cc
Aia0 When You're Alone, Honry Burr
Wnt'll You Soo, Peerless Quartet, 86c
78537 Abldo With Mo, Rosa Ponsollo and Barbara Maurol,
A2H0-! Absent and Whon You Como Homo, Louis Grovoure,
A3H07 Adosto Fldolos (Oh, Como All Yo Faithful) and
Nearer My God to Theo, Paullst Choristers, 8Gc
A2780 Christmas Timo at Pumpkin Center and Evening ,
, Timo at Pumpkin Contor, Carl Stewart, Ada Jones
and Peerless Quartet, 8Cc
;,A2700 Cleo, Fox Trot, Yorkca Jazzarlmba Orchestra, and
i Taxi, One Stop, Waldorf-Astoria Donco Orchestra,
A2810 Everybody tails Mo Honor, and Freckles, Nora
flfino My Ialo -of Goldon Droams and That Naughty Waltz,
,A4080 Roberts Globe, Fox Trot, and Sbadowlond, Prlnco's
A287-! Applo Blossoms, Payed by Prlnco's Banco. Orchestra
Old Fashioned Gardon, Medloy Ono Stop
i. AiywoClnderoIIa, Fox Trot , . ,
rtl Hawaiian Hours With You, Waltz
,f 711858 Cairo, Ono Stop
Roso Room, Fox Trot
A'J80 Comrades, Sung by Campboll & Burr
Swoethearts, Hung by Glndya Rico und Charles Har
rison Alimn A Cut Astropho. Played by Columbia Oichostra
Slim Trombono, Playod by Columbia Orchestra
.'Aiiioa Forever Is a Long, Long TJmo, Gcorgo WIIhoii
1 Bluo Bird, Sung by Samuol Ash.
Get Them At
Shepherd 'Music Store
Whats Doing in
1 the Country.
CATTLE DYING ON
BROTHERS. March 26. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J F. Lytlo and Mr. and Mrs.
.Mochlenberg were visitors at Mr and
Mrs. Ell Wilson's Sunday.
Mr, R A. Amnions were sick Inst
wiyjk with n cold.
Mr Percy Black had tho mlsfnr
lunn of losing two lino cows hut
Mr. Bradly hauled n load of hay
from Dry Lnkn Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Duohrn worn visiting
nt Mechllnborg's ono day last week.
Two of R. H. Amnions' cows died
Ell Wilson and Mr Mcchllnborg
wonUto Bond Mondny tohuvo boiiio
worlcrdono on their cnr
Robert Brndly who has been lib-
sout from school two weeks on ac
count of tho II ii has returned to
Mrs. Snllta Wilson Is stnylng with
Mrs, Mflohltuburg IIiIh wtiolr,
nil Wilson was at Tout Rlclimaiin.
flnturd, ; ; ( j -1
Wo liDi'eliy nuiiotinro tho candidacy
or John Marsh, of Tumitlo for tln
oIUqo of County CoiitnilMiilouur of
DoKuhutim County on tho Ropuhlleiiii
ticket HUbJyot tu thu priinurleH In
TUMAI.O nnVEI.OPMUNT LIUOUW
1 hereby announce my candidacy
for tho olllco of county coiiiiiiIhiiIoiiup
of Deiiehutes County on Urn Knpuh
llcan ticket, subjoct to tho will nf
the voters ut the Mny prluiurlon.
Aro NOT Junk.
Ship your Hides'
and CnlffiUnx to tno.
II. K. .NORTON
and get full value
for thun. Prlco
list and shipping,
tags on roquest.
Thp Inlfrnittliiniil CnrrrinUn(
8hoiil of Hemutun, IVnn.rlvnnU,
rrlrtirn(rl lliclr twnlyvvnth nrinl
rr.ry In (KluUr, IMS, wllli an rn.
rxlllliriit ut i'r J.00O.0OO itll.lrriU.
'IhuutamU nf Hires tuilvliU lmv (Ik
uinl In lnnni and renU (lit Mtuat
vaIud li llirm ( Ihe tiiir tniniriiU
0vu(nl tn tli aluilr f I.U.H, Uflml.
fl Courin nd uhr lutijrrU ramln
frvm AilvcftUlnn ami llalriimn.iili tn
AKrlriillur ami I'cillry lluilnmlry.
III.CS an haur ha httn
lliurtii hr many nt Ih.w
lMd.nl. la h a fomrll
rllml m Ihim f tht talua
( lh tiai mmnl. 'ifnl
In luJr r I.CH. Corw..
rHirta on S7.04O tlral .tu.lrnU
huw II.VVV nnw rrrtlvlrix 11,(00
rr or HUTU i .! tMclvlnic 12,(10
or mur) I IK rrrlvln 15,000 or
mot i SO rrvfMnij 110.000 nr morat
anil tf with annual Iiiinc4 uf 3S,oOO
In tlw (wrntir.trn yrara of lU
rili'.tnr tl. I.CH. Iiaa rnrullnl tli
llmra ai manr ttuiUnl a llarvartl
In th ttto imnilrnl ami tntnlrlKht
yrara lnc II urianliatloni ntnra
(nan ln tlmoa ll, total mrollmvnt
nr ial (liirn lu itiwra awutix itwn
In ITOli mora than fit (lit. lh
total rnrollimnl uf all of th roller,
unUrraltlra an. I trt nlral kIuwU In
th Unltd U(al cvrnblnol.
A Ittlrr or a taxi arrJ will briar
romtilrtv Inforinallun rmanlln lh
autijt In which you ara InlrrvatrJ.
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International Correspondence Scfceofs
Box 1010, Scranton, Pa.
Kipliln (ally aUat ar CauiM In tht
abjxl aatrlinl X
nUulrUa! HntlnMrlnc AtlVrnTIHINC
1-btlrU Lb Mhf a llfc jj;JSi Tialfl-k
(."a. Kn(tn Orxratlm
Mia r'vrtman ar Knir.
r.Mnli HIMr ,
Itiaklflt aiut HmIIac
1ia'NMf'Hi - tK
rlUnt r. an4 Tyt(
RaUaay Mall Cbik
Tho ntyloH aro bo becoming and
In no many variation of fab
rlcit and trlinmliiKit that orory
woman can find at loaat ono
model to plcano hor onpeclally
well In tho asaortmonta on aalo.
TheMo Karmonta givo thu wear
er u BWUKKer, rlch-ooXInK l
poaranco, which In holped by
tholr Iooao, flowInK linos, and
their nobby trimming effect) III
collar and cuffi. Wo aro of
forlnR a aplondld variety- at ttteiin
Suits of seree, tricotfno.
in tho libpurar navy
blufmoo to $7.50
Scotch and fancy wool
mixtures, $32.50 nnd up
to : $49.50
Charming new spring
Dresses of taffeta and
Georgette combination in
unusually attractive ef
fects in all the spring
shades; several models in
extra large sizes for
stout ladies; $22.50 and
up to $75.00
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