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BKNI) IHTLTiKTIN, RN1), OliKGON, TUUnSDAY, AVXXU, 7, 1020
The Bend Bulletin
- ) inn natoo buivletin
FIIED A. W0ELFLEN, Editor
ndDEIlT W. GAWYER, Manager
An Independent nbwspnper standing
for the square deal, clean business,
clean politics rind (ho best Interests
of Bend and Central Oregon.
One year. -...?2.00
Six, , mqnUis , 1.00
Three months......... 50
Tho Market road net which wns
passed by tho Inst le.slslnturo nnd
beenmo operative this year for tho
Imposition of taxes nnd their expen
diture on tho secondary roads of the
various counties has in it tho possi
bility of tfmendous Rood for tho
road 'systems of tho state. Tho rea
son Is simply because it furnishes
(lib basis f6r a progressive pronram
of road construction, and insures
that that construction will be on
Uuder tho law each county pays a
one mill tax on Its equnllied vnlua
Hon In its state taxes. All must pay
that Just as they must pay tho othor
stato taxes. In addition each county
that accepts tho provisions of tho
- law must- levy a one mill tax in Its
own budget. Having done so it des
ignates certain county roads as mar
ket roads and then has availablo to
spend on them the proceeds of that
tax plus the amount paid in the stato
Tho fund is further added to by
the, fact that not more than 10 per
cent of the tax paid to tho stato may
bo returned to any one county. In
asmuch as Multnomah's one mill
raises more than 10 per cent of tho
total, thcro is a surplus which tho
Highway Commission this year nt
Jcast, will divide among the other
T Roads which are deslgnnted as
"fnarltct roads are surveyed by tho en
gineers of tho stato commission and
specifications for construction pre
pared. The county thei does the
The chief valuo of the arrange-
DUTY DP WATER
It Is a matter of congratulation
that n study of tho duty of water
on tho C. O. I p.rojcct Is to be made
thin summer. As wo understand It
tho present 1.8 ncro foot contrnc
ted to bo dolirercd during a season
is nn arbitrary figure sot whou tho
project was new and before, there
was any information ns to tho actual
amount of water needed to produce
crops in this section. Now, as the
project began to carry moro settlors,
and as puostlons nrlso ns to tho suf
ficiency of tho water supply, it is lm
of tho amount . Thcro is so much
oof tho amount, Thoro Is so much
wator available. When tho duty of
water is determined nnd tho losses
figured between hcadgato nnd field
it is easy to know how much land
may bo Irrigated.
Uuder tho supervision of the O. A.
C. authorities there can be no doubt
that tho work will bo properly dono.
Their funds ore limited, however,
and it is posslblo that tho work will
not cover as much ground ns it
should in order to glvo tho conclu
sions to bo drawn from It tho weight
they should hnvo. That Is, they may
bo called upon to genorallio from too
It would cost very little to havo
tho scopo of tho work nractlcnllv
doubled. As wc, understand It tho
collego has $S00 for tho work it will
do. Another JSOO would mean ns
much work again. If tho Irrigation
district would put up this amount
tho results would bo well worth tho
Dig hftor their cnltlo. i
Ooorgo Cyrus and Mr, Van Liuidyt
took porno hogs to Rend Monday,
(1, Rolling called on Audtow B6(tro
.Tho ,. Commercial club Krldhy
night, April 2, Aftor n short buul
ncii session tho uudtencn was en
tertained by n lively dnbato, tho
question being, "Resolved that it
would bo moro bonlflclnl to Clovpr
dnlo to ltuo tho county fair at Hod
mohd than Roud." On tho affirma
tive word Pay Miller and Miss Anna
Do"ty nnd on Uw negative, Miss
j-Knpphnhn and Mr, II, Kllno. Roth
sides of tho question woro nhly pre
sented and attar much deliberation
tho Judges gave tho decision to tho
Mr. W, W Harrison Is drlllng In
Among those attending tho Clovcr-
dold council. Club Friday night woro
KHlUT.YKAU.01il TRKSHA HUNT
LEV KII00TH RVA.V WHEN tlUS
Whllo playing with n 33 caliber
pistol shortly beforo noon nt her
homo on Thirteenth and Portland
Spent Most of
Would Will Ho Pontile to Oct
About Hut for Tanlnc, Hays Tit
' remit Woman,
nVonuo, eight year old Treasu Hunt
MKK'MKa K ""7f ' VJfT8 llMBl;
v.ii tlm.'. ., n.i i. ... ,..- . Inv. .unatnlnrnl n litiil flnali Willi til
Tho Dutch plan to Issued an Or-
nngo book with tho correspondence
revering their refusal to giro up
tho ex-katser to tho Allies. A yel
low book would bo hotter.
There Is one flior that needs no
field to land on. That's time. Ho's
always on tho wing.
There must bo somo snow In tho
Fifteen Years Ago
(Prom tho columns of the Bulletin
ment Is in tho provision made by tho ot April 7, 190G.)
H commission in establishing rules and
regulations for the operation of tho
law that surveys must "bo, made. Sur
veys mean that tho roads .will run
on permanent lines, a prerequisite
fjor permanent construction. Any
county, then, that does not want to
waste money will see to it that all
Its road; expenditures, except for
ihaintenanco. aro on the market road
specifications. By doing so It will
slowly acquire a system of perma
nent highways, consisting of stato
highways built In co-operation with
the State Highway Commission, and
market roads built under its engi
I OREGON LAST
li In a recent Issue of the Oregon
Voter the La Grande Observer U
quoted, ajrsaying that tho mcasuics
providing for increased taxation to
bo voted on In May will bo defeat
ed and tho reason given Is simply
(because they provide for intfreaswl
taxation. Surely tho voters of .the
state or Oregon aro not so short
sighted as to think of refusing aid
to tho colleges maintained by tho
stato merely becauso It will cost
them a fow dollars moro.
Tho stato's treatment of the uni
versity and tho college Is shameful
enough now without adding to tho
Compare the Oregon condition in
the matter of buildings alone with
those, of other stato educational In
stitutions. According to a bulletin
of tho federal bureau ot education
in 1918, tho approximate value of
buildings per student at O. A. C.
was $529, and at U. of O., $411.
Only at tho University of Montana
jj-fshero a lowor figure than that
"JJtuo agricultural college. The
Montana flguro is $378. Indiana,
Oklahpma and Washington aro well
above tho U. of O, figure. Kansas
;"iicl Kansas State, at $524 and
r?$28, respectively are about tho
Elsewhere in tho country Oregon
is often spoken of as highly pro
gressive y bo'causo of its ultra-mod-
leglslatlve ideas. Tho tao
for itself high honors in
pn'triotlc work during tho war.
Oregon First" was our stato mot
to, for many months, and in war
wtjrk wovjlved up to it. Shall wo
6t now start forward toward tho
ljsjco wbero wo can claim some
thing HKo 'Oregon First" in educa
4fhvo ougljt to do so, and wo can,
Jrtij nofltf- wo vote against tho ffaili-
aea tnxtfnf Hhft"rnllnirv In Mnv .' 1
Men representing 20 families from
Hlllsboro, Oregon, nnd that imme
diate vicinity, aro now ready to come
to Bend and locato, and aro only
waiting for the operation of tho auto
Tho Bond Water, Light & Power
Co. this week placed an ordor for an
electric light plant of 1200 sixteen
candle power Incandescent lamps.
The dynamo and full equipment are
to bo delivered In Bend In July.
Over 34 tons of merchandise has
arrived In Bend this week, or Is on
tho way from Shanlko, nearly all the
freight being stock for local stores.
Professor Samuel Fortler, whllo
hero last wek, outlined a plan for!
work nt tho experiment farm of the'
Fay Miller of Redmond; Mr. nnd Mrs.
R. A. Word. Mr. H. N. Fowlor nnd
Mr. Claudo Smith of Bond! Mr Fred
Wallace of Tutnulo M.lss Kapphahu,
Mr. Nootenghal and Mr. Van Wil
son of Sisters.
Mr. E. M. Peck hns Just returned
rrom a short visit In Portland.
Mr. R. A. Ward, of Bond, extended
a cordial Invitation to tho sto.ckmon
nnd families of Clovordnlo to'attond
tho moving picture show nt tho
Oranu" theatre April 15.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Arnold and
their daughter woro dinner guests
nt Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnold's
Mr. J. W.' Rradloy wont to Red
mond last Saturday,
.ur. unci .Mrs. Frank naird woro
In Redmond on business Inst week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold, of Albany.
aro visiting tho latters brother, Mr.
H. C. Miller.
Frank Arnold nnd his father wont
fishing on tho Metollus Inst Satur
day. J. B. Hodson nnd family, Harold
Kllno and family and Sam Kllno
took dinner Easter Sunday with Mrs.
Miss Reglua Looters went to
Portland Saturday to Join her mother
who Is already there.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Van Matre, of
Deschutes, and Frank McDonald nnd
wlfo, motored to Antolopo Stindny to
C. S. Hudson and family, of Rnd,
passed through Clovordnlo Saturday.
Tho pupils of tho school pqjoyod
a pleasant egg hunt Qood Friday
R. O. Andrus and family nttended
"""" "vitii-ub in 1-i.iinviow Kiintlny.
dr. Thomas Arnold and Mr. W.
F. Arnold wont to Redmond on busi
ness last Saturday.
Misses Jnunlta and Agatha Hod
son nnd Froda Arnold woro calling
on Miss Loulso Andrus last Saturday.
toy. .sustained n bad flesh wound
when tho gun was accidentally dis
charged, tho bullut passing through
tho loft thigh. Medical aid was Im
mediately summoned, nnd unten com
plications o.tisuo, R Is thought that
recovory will bo rapid.
Tho pistol, owned by (loorgo E.
Gray, of this city, had been loaded
last night, Mr, Gray Inserting one
eholl whllo drlvln.'t In from hU ranch
near Bend, In hopes of shooting n
rabbit. He had toft tho weapon in
lhn car which wan parked In front of
tho Huntluy homo, and It nvuh there
that tho gun was found today by the
"D nHii it tho lmnt six mouths 1
spout moHt of my tlmo In bud and,
iiful It nut linnii for Timliic. I would
Htlll ho unable to got around," aitltl
Mrs. Cnthorlnu Ambrose, 1401 Mount
Fortieth slroul, Tacoma, Wash., re
cently. "A llttlo ovor a yonr nito I had
n suvoro attack of 'flu,' " conllnuud
Mih. Ambroso, "and whllo 1 had
stomach tronblo boforo this attack
of 'flu,' It got a groat di-al worse,
and I bocamo so bndly run down
that I had pains all through my
body. I had no uppntllo and 1
was uovnr actually without n pain
of somo soil In my stomaoh, no
mnttor whnt or how llttlo I nto,
W. O. W. DANCE GiyEN
tor breakfast at tho II. L. Hartley
M. Vought was u caller nt tho Hjsb
Tho heavy winds of tho past week
blow down a number of trees In tho
John Calvcrley Is working at tho
P. A. Si'orkIii ranch.
Lily Colfclt spent tho wool end
Roy nnd Edgar. Heart! havo Just
purchased it Fordsnn trnctur. Every
one Is watching for tho miiccuis of
the machine with much Interest.
Thoro was a community dinner
held nt tho school housu.tast Friday
afternoon Besides loTs.of good cats
tho teacher and pupils gavo a regu
lar club program.
G. C. McCallUter returned Sun
day morning from n busltioM trio to
tho vnlloy, lasting about a week Guy become
says tnohro has. been as much rain In gnlnni
Tin U rt t iiinik. I . I. !
n r. i t r -i . ..,.. . I - . " -- nimum-iM liia
-. .... u. u Buri uisiunce somn- worK arter an Illness of threw.' weeks
REDMOND, April 7. Mrs. Wil
cox and mother returned from Cin
cinnati, Oho. accompanied by her
daughter who Is hero for her health.
Mr. Fred Atkinson nnd son, Fred,
havo been on tho sick list the pnsl
J. Alton Thompson, of Bond, spent
Monday visiting tho Redmond school.
Mr. Edward Whlto bought the
ranch west of town from O, G.
Sedgwick, formerly known on ho
L. L. Stevens place.
Donald BurlolKh. ono of thA Rmiwi.
nru ujj force.
east of town. This will be of tho
greatest Importance because it Is tho
first venture In truly experimental
agricuituro In tho Deschutes vnlloy.
Dr. U. C. Coe, travoled about 112
mlle3 between Wednesday morning
and Thursday afternoon to answer
a call to attend tho father of C. E.
Branton, who resides 25 miles north.
west of Cllno falls on the edco of building,
Miss Flo Cook returned hnnm tmm
Portland Monday morning.
Tho W. O. W. gavo a danco Fri
day night at tho Roberta hall, which
had a fair attendance. A fro lunch
was served by the ladles
C. K. Hoaklns, of Lowor Brldgo,
has bought tho John Tucks ranch
ono mllo north east of Redmond.
The, post offlco has totnporarily
i moved to the old Marlon feed storo
Water Is now flowing full length
In the Pilot Butte canal and also In
(ho Central Oregon ditch.
E. A. Griffin this week caught n
.five pound trout, and on opening It
discovered a seven Inch trout In Its
Ora Polndexter, Creed and Car
lylo Trlplett, and Robert A. Puott
started on a fishing trip up the river
to spend several days. Thoy took
with them a boat to uso in tho sport.
Last Sunday, Grant Braskott
brought in a Dolly Varden trout
which weighed close to 10 pounds.
The fish was caught In tho Deschutes.
What's Doing in
1500 CHICKENS ON
Misses Sherwood and Leonard
Vera shopping at Bond Saturday.
The Redmond High School Gleo
Club gavo a concert, which was a
great success, at Terrebonne, Fri
day. April 2.
Easter services nt tho M. E, church
Sunday wero well attondod and tho
children showed good raising.
Mrs. Lloyd Roberts loft Sunday ev
ening for an oxtonded visit with her
parents In Iowa,
Mr. and Mrs. Lcnnnn moved into
the Emely jouso, vacated by Pink In
Reynolds who has movtfd onto his
ranch at Powell Butto.
tho valley as there has boon wind up
Emmett Knickerbocker wan tho
guest of Pery Dawson for tho week
George Gray, formerly a resident
spent Easter with Plalnvlnw friends.
Tho nupply pastor of tho Presby
terian church of Redmond, held Eos-
ter sorvlces nt tho shool house Sun
day afternoon. Thoro was a good
attendance, Ror. Schnnble, the reg
ular pastor for this district, Is ex
'peeled the last of May.
.Mnry rryroar, or iienu. van- n
guest at tho Armstrong home Satur
Mr and Mrs. Anderson nnd fam
ily. Lnwrenco Kchnrfenborg and
George Gray wore guosts to Easter
dinner nt tho Colfclt homo.
P. A. Scoggln and party wero
callers In Tumnlo Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. A. E. Hnss, Roy Hcartt nnd
Ray Armstrong woro In Iluiul on bu
Thoro will bo prencliliiK sorvlcos
at tho school house in two wcoks on
Sunday, April 18.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Scoeeln. Misses
Jo Burgess and MaryIlonniitt wero
Kiipsis 10 uinner awtliu Umif homo
Hunuay. - T t
would bloat, so badly with gns after
every meal 1 would bo In mliiory
and hnvo groat .difficulty In getting
my breath. I suffered from constl
pntlou and my kidneys troubled mo
a gront donl. There was always
such sovoro nalns across the small
of my back 1 could hardly bend
uor. My head would actio until
I could hardly see. and at Minos I
became so dizzy I had to catch
hold of iiotnothliig to keep from
falling. In addition to my other
troubles. I had rheumatism In my
right side no bad that for six
mouths I could hnrnly get around,
and most of this tlmo I spent In bed.
My nerves woro In n terrible condi
tion, so that tho least little thing
upset me, and 1 scarcely slept any
nt all, but would Just roll nnd tons
from one side of tho bod to tho
other all night lung, and In the
morning would Do completely ex
hausted. I lost so much weight
and unn so weak It was all 1 could
do to get about nt all, nnd It wan
simply ImposHlhln for mo to do nuv
of my housework.
"I could hardly bollovo any m'dl-
clno could do mo any good, so you
can Imagine my surprise when I
began to K't batter after taking
ho first bottle of Tanlnc. I hnvo
tnkon six buttles now and hnvo n
splendid nppotlto and can eat any
thing I want without having n sign
nt pain or bert troubled withgus
or suffering In nny way. I am novor
troubled with constipation or my kid-
iiujh and never have a headache or
dizzy any more. I have
sovoral pounds In wclKht
iri J,l rtrlrln U.tOO
413 rrfmn 10.000
Th lnUnm!l'inl OrrrtiHimlrnr
ItclimiU nt Ktranlmi, IVnrnjflvunl,
rlrhtUil lli'lr twmty.tvvcnlli nnl.
wrinry In Orlntor, 101 R, with mi n.
Hillmrnt, of over 1,000,001) tludrlil.
Thmoaiut "' llf, Itxloit liAVfl flil.
u ml In tMIr nnil rnl th m!uI
Milun in Ih'fti nt lli 'ir immnM
ilovutnl It l) Murir of I.V.N, lthn.
cnl Ouri- ml nlhrr nuliJroU tmilim
from AilvrilUliiK anil IUImiiiiiiiIiIii to
Aitrkultur snl I'vulirr llntiiandrr.
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lliuir.1 r Mtnr ' ih
udfntii i b (nrtklli
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I lh tpir nmtnu tnl
In itr t C.H, Cr,
Mriwrt n J7.000
Kuw 14. S0 now r
ymr nr mui ,Ul
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morvi 10 rwrNltui 110,000 r mor
ntl S wllli nnul Inn. mm u( 128,000
In th twrntrwcn ytmt of IU
lUlrnco lh I.U.H. ha tnrollrti ti
Hum mnr D(u,lrnl llm-tinl
In lli twu liuntlrnl n,l Mftnlylli(
jrmr ilnr lu irnlmlloni mt
titan Irn llmta tli total nrullmnt
uf YIk alnc lla iUii awun uin
In 1101 1 nvira than llva tlmm On
total tntvllmant ol all l th coIImm,
untvmltiVa an. I tcthnlfal mIhmiU In
til Unllnl mtr romtilnnl,
A Ictlrr r a I I arrJ will lirlnv
fnill Infiifmallon imanllnic thr
aubjMt In hUh )ou sra IiiUimImI.
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International Coircspoutiencc Schools
Box 1CI0, Kcrntitnn, Pa.
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Mkxt aaiaJ Xl
CUrllUal Raflntatlns AIIVTHTIHINO
..i. f i.liL.i w.. Wlndaar Tflmmir
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TtUftaah J-"!'""' Illlailrallar
TUphn. V.k .MOOKKKKPKR
Mtfhaalrat lln..r ',U... a T;U(
MtihanUal llldltiaan Hallway Arraaal.nl
Ship llraei.ajan THAiriC MANAtiCK
CtVll.1KSOINKi:tll tJOUIl KNOLIHH
Hrflaaa4tUplni ,CIVH. HKKVIl'K
Hall. ay Mall Una
and have regained rtiy strength un
in i now do all my housework with
tho greatest ease. Tho rheumatism
has entirely left me and I can got
about as good ns I ever could.
Tunlno has simply given mo now
llfo and onrgy and I will always
MENTS ' -T7- "V
Wo heroby nnnounce tho candidacy
of John Marsh,-of Tumnlo for tho
ofllco.of County CommlsaloneVof
Deschutes County on tho Republican
ticket subject to tho prlmarlos In
TUMALO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
A SURPRISE PARTY
CLOVEIIDALE, April 7. Miss
Winifred Aldrlch has Just received
1C00 baby chicks from tho Portland
hatchery.. MJsjdrich has had
quite, extensive Improvements made
in her buildings and equipment re
cently and will soon hnvo ono of tho
best, poultry farms In Central Ore
PLAINVIEW. Anrl 7 A lnriro
number of friends mot nt the Man-
ners nomo inst Saturday p.veiilng
for a birthday surprlso on Lawronro
Schnrfonborg. Progressive COO was
played during tho ovonlng nnd nn ex
cellent lunch wns serve1. Lawrouco
passed his sixteenth iiilloritoiio on
Mr.iJ'. Vim Tnssol has roturnod
homo from u dolghtfiil trip to vnrl
ous part of Cnljfornln.
Tho 'Plal'nvlow Progressive Club
will hold a iiPotlng at tho school
house Tuesday evening to elect n
representative for the road commit
tee, to moot periodically in Bend.
Mr J'ox will soon move to his now
home purchased from William Burk-
larA'. r' Fox w,n Imvo l'argo of
thtf Olst post offlco tomqornrlly,
Itay.'rnistrong wu a callor iif
iionu n.iiuntay nrtornoon
Vim KTATE Iti:PItE.Si:.TATIVH
I hereby announce myself a erin
dldate for re-election to tho offlco
or stato roprosentatlvn, subject to
the approval of the republican vot
ers In Crook, Jefferson, Grunt,
Lake, Klamath and Deschutes coun
ties. If renominated and elected
to fill ono of tho two places for
my fourth session, I will continue to
servo each of tho coiiiiIIch of fho
district to the host of my ability
DENTON O. BUrtDICK,
Adv. Btato nonresontative.'.
I heroby announce my candidacy
for tho olllco of county commissioner
of Deschutes County on the. Bopub
Jlcnii ticket, subject to tho will of
tho votors at tho Mny prlmarloH. "
I heroby annoijnc'o fny'cnndldncy
for tho noinlnutloii to' the offlco of
County Judge of DoHcliutoH County
on the Democratic Ticket,' subject to
tho primary "oloctlon, May 21, 120.
If olectod, I will promlso a pro-
kivohivu miMiiiuHH aumiiiiHtrut on of
County uffaliH. Action, economy; of-J
iicioucy, At your sorvico ulways.'
" '' i ' '- " Adv.
' j Out FUluctanlly.
PtMtls are burn :.f roe teito wrltrrs
are boruu. with. BuMou TrnnsrWpL
Tlirre Is aothlnjc good or eril v ta
Ulna rrnan r Knit,
riaaaalar an4 llf alias
Aro NOT Junk.
tihlp your. Illdrs
and (,'nifskJna to the
II. V. NDKTO.N
and got full value
for then, Prlco
Hat and shipping
tj(rt on request.
Getting Ready for
Khaki is the thingh
for the fishing d$
Serviceable Twill Khaki ClbtlSuits
Coats with Shirts or Breeches
Olive Drab Color
T.wiH Khaki Cloth Coats.... ,$6.75
Twill Khaki Cloth Breeches ..$5.00
Twiil Khaki Cloth Skirts :... $5.50 -
Khaki Cloth Hats $ .'58 '-
Khaki Cloth Middies $3,i5? l
With tliesc Suits you'll find Retting about easy,
and your trips more enjoyable.
wif) M'sJifss y-afT .
"AfJ'ho Democrats have got to
ill V Lat.a.a . f .