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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Inrmrltblr In advance.)
WEDNESDAY, NOV. q, 1910.
Will exchange young orchard near
Medford for buaineu lota in Bend, Red
tnond or Madrat; or will comlder
trade for alfalfa land near these town.
Thus reads an advertisement op
pear in R elsewhere in this paper.
Interesting, isn't it? An orchatd
owner in the far famed Medford
country desiring to exchange his
property there for town lots here
in Bend, the "high priced" 01
for acreage in the territory "that
can't raise auything." Another
straw, this, indicating the way the
wind blows the wind of immigra
tion, which is focussing upon the
Deschutes Valley as upon no other
section in the entire West.
Why does business halt for a
national election? For weeks on
approaching election is given as
the reason for not branching out
in business. No matter which way
the election goes, things pick up
afterward almost invariably. It is
one of the habits of the business
world and is growing more aud
A Crook county sawmill man a
few days ago wired an order for six
yards of block friction paper. In
the telephone transmission the or
der reached its destination as
"black fraction" paper. The con
cern took the order to the U. S.
Land Office for interpretation and
then sent out six yards of tracing
OLD ENGLISH BOXERS.
HIrtd to Prtvant Troubls at Qorg
UoxImk vnn Introdm-vd into Knglnml
lu the earlier part of the clghtevuth
century, its first practitioner being
John Itrouitbton, who kept n booth for
exhibitions in Tottouhnm Court road,
Loudon, and rules were drawn up
Aug. 10, 17-13. Tho vogue was due to
the decline of sword combat exhibi
tion in the reign of George I, Itrough
ton himself was the tlrst who stood In
tho o-.ltlou of champion, a distinction
which ho held for eighteen years, but
eventually ho was knocked out by n
butcher named Slack. Uroughton was
a great pot of the Duke of Cumber
laud, who took the pugilist with him
to Merlin, when bo declared himself
ready to tnko on the entire regiment
of grenadier guards there "if lie were
only allowed a breakfast between each
The Ungilsh fighter Torn Crlbb once
secured n very remarkable engage
ment. Just before the coronation of
George IV. certain sympathisers with
Queen Caroline bragged that on the
day of the ceremonial they would
make matters warm In the neighbor
hood of Westminster abbey, and this
reached the ears of the earl marshal.
That high functionary sought nn in
terview with the pugilist "Oentlcman"
Jackson, who taught Lord Hyron to
Jackson got together some two dozen
bruisers. Resides Crlbb, the band In
cluded John dully, In turn fighting
roan, racing man, colliery proprietor
and member of parliament. They were
attired as king's pages and gathered
about tho abbey -doors. There was no
trouble. Chicago News.
REINDEER IN LAPLAND.
Snow that fell on the 8th of No
vember last year remained until
March, in patches and shady
places. This year the first flurry
of snow came on the morning of
the same date, but it lasted only an
hour or two and was followed by
bright and balmy weather except
for defeated candidates.
Duting the last decade Missou
ri's population has-Jncrcased but
186,670. This not because the
Missourians disregard Roosevelt's
golden rule of multiplication but
because that inherant curiosity ex
pressed in the historic "Show me"
has led Missouri's sons and daugh
ters into new lands.
Only one town on the line of
railroad development in Central
Oregon has municipal water service,
electric lights and a steam laundry.
The Bend Commercial Club will be
glad to inform you what town this
is, if you do live here you won't
need to ask.
COYOTES ARE BENEFIT
Tumalo Correspondent Calls Attention
to Their Valuable Traits.
Tumaio, Or., Nov. 8th. The fact
that Crook county is paying a bounty
for coyote scalps seems to many experi
enced farmers hereabouts as a bad thing.
Of course the coyotes kill a few chick tin
and perhaps a thecp or two and do a lit
tle damage generally. However, there
is another Important aide to the question,
The coyotes keep down the rabbits,
squirrels and field mice. Rabbits can
do far more barm to the farmers than
many coyotes. Many countries are
practically overrun with them, and crops
damaged very heavily. Crook county is
making a mistake. It's bad policy.
Coyotes do more good than hsrtn.
J. W. Baker and family left this place
for Roneburg via. .the McKenxie Road
The WJmer baybaler Is now baling
bay for Fred Wallace on the Simmons
Ranch. We understand that Mr. Wal
lace has contracted this bay to Deud
parties at a good price.
Mr. Foster will finish threshing grain
this week and will then move to Powell
Thsy Furnish th. PtopU With Shtltsr,
Clothing and Food.
Some pcoplo bare said that the rein
deer of the northern regions is to the
Inhabitants of those countries what
the .horse, cow and sheep together are
to the dwellers In. southern lands, and
Tery probably they aro right. What
would the Laplander be were he de
prived of his favorite? now could he
travel without his pair of reindeer
harnessed to his sledge?
The reindeer has large black hoofs,
behind which are false or secondary
hoofs; the result Is that when running
they make a clattering sound, which
may be heard a good dlstanco away.
The reindeer bat much enduranco and
takes a long Journey without seeming
tired, though it Is only about four and
a half feet In height and not very
strong. Its boras are long and slender,
with branched, rounded antlers, but
tbey are not much used In combat, like
those of some other deer.
The largest reindeer are found where
the weather la coldest, and their color
Is lighter. Usually It Is brown and
white, but In the case of old animals
the hair Is sometimes quite white.
From the skin of tho reindeer tho Lap
landers get not only their clothes, but
also bedding and tents; tho milk Is
drunk and made Into cheese and tho
flesh- Is also good to eat, the tongue
and haunches being particularly liked.
Femmlcan, an Important article of
food. Is made by pouring fat over the
pounded meat and mixing them well
together. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Tho Lssch as a Baromatsr.
A leech confined in a glass Jar of
water will prove on excellent weather
prophet If tho weather Is to con
tinue One the leech lies motionless at
the bottom of tbo vial and rolled to
gether In a spiral form. If it Is to
rain, either before or after noon, It is
found to have crept up to the top of
Its lodging and there remalus till the
weather Is settled. If we are to have
wlud tbo prisoner wriggles through hi
limpid habitation with amazing swift
ess and seldom rent till It beglus to
blow bard. If a remarkable storm of
thunder und rain Is to xuccet-d tin
leech gives Itself up to violent throe
and convulsive motions. In front, n
In clear summer weather, It lies con
stantly at the bottom, and In snow, a
In rainy weather. It pitches Its dwell
lag on tbo very mouth of the Jar.
Mark Thompson, Elite Horn and
Leslie Llndborg have entered school
during the post week.
The social grosbecks of Boutb Africa
live In large societies. They select a
tree of considerable size and literally
cover It with a grass roof, under which
their common dwelling is constructed
The roof serves the double purpose 0'
keeping off the heat and the ruin, and
400 or COO pairs of birds are known to
have tbe same shelter. Tbo nests In
this aerial dwelling are built In regu
lar streets and closely resemble rows
of tenement houses.
A Finsnclal Qsnius.
"Ho Is a financial genius. In a res
taurant tho other day bo spilled a cup
of coffee over a fellow's gray trou
sers." "And got out of paying for them,
"Why. bo talked the other fellow
into paying for tho coffee."
Tho Man Bshlnd ths Mtissgs.
Tbe value of a thing depends largely
upon who says It. Words may be bul-
A new library table was put In Miss ,cts but character must bo tho powder
Bessie and Marion Smith have been
absent on account of illness.
Outline for fair work for tbe primary
grades has been completed by the Misses
Richardson, Anderson and Haikins and
will probably be published some time
during, the next month,
Rmily Schrcder took charge of the
First grade last Thursday morning dur
ing MIm Richardson's absence.
at tbe back of them to giro them pro
Jectllo force. Tho man behind tbo mes
ago is us Important as tho man behind
Singleton I understand you had n
pretty lively time at tho club last
night. Wodmoro I thought so until I
got home. Boston Transcript.
Real llstata Transfers.
(Furnltlird by Crook Comity AlwltaU Compiiy )
I.nverti Reed to Grace J. Goodwtllle.
rU'lit-of-wny (or catinl across nwjf uex
Sec, 8-1 8-11; ft.
1'. Violet Smith to Grace J. Goodwil
ls, right-of-way over and across e4
cj Sec. J and sv swjf. Sec. 4-18-1 j;
Alexander M. Reed ct ux to Grace
J, Goodwtllle, right-of-way mciois nw4
Hend Tuwtislte Co. to Uvry A. Miller,
Lots 4, J, ami 6, l.uvn iRoad Addition,
Win. G. 1'liocnlx to Josephine I). Red
mond, H lutetcst in lots 12 and jj, hlk
43, Redmond; f 1375.
Redmond Townsltc Co. to Arthur L.
Tcmplcum el nl., lots 9, 8 and 9, blk 47,
Chatle I). Swnnsou to A. ell, c,4
ueX and sw,V nc.V Sec 15-13-14 and
lot t o( Sec. 30-15-15; f Jew.
Just try the Bulletin Job I'riutcry.
A. L. FRENCH
Ordinance No. 47.
An Ordlnanc vacating; critaln limit ami allvjr
In lb City of Html, Orriion
Wiikkhak; Otrgon Trunk Kaltway, 11 corpora
lien iHCwiromlnl 1111 J ralttlng untltr tlif law
oflhctUtr ufmrimi, on th ijlh lUjr of Ail
iiu.t, 1910, Bird with the trcuitlrr of the rlly ol
Html lurttttlon for In vacation or Hie llrtti
ml Kilty In Ihr towu of Html hrrcltialitr Hit 11
ttotml. uil at (he tegular inttllnn rttttCom
niun Council httJ on the nth tiny uftMotxrr
iyio,IIIi hour of tight otUxk. p in , tlutt
otCMUtnl t, Mj tttttlun, togf thtr with Iht nl
tMlavitolint pitulcr uf The Html llulltliii,
rkly ntwapaprr vuntlthttl mitt clrvuUtttl In
.hrritv of Html, which uUl alNiUtil ahuwa t.
th aail.faftion of the Common Cuuucil that Ihr
notlcroflhr nllun anil prrtitaltou vf IhrulJ
ixlltlou for the vacation of the tttrttiam! allcta
ncrrluafltt naturU duly vubluhrtl In Hit
Ml.! utwpaper. In the tegular weekly rtliilou
thereof, once a week for lire wecka, atiii alto the
affidavit of II C Hill, that Ihr wnllrii notice
afoieaahl wai duty art up am! puatrd In the city
of lit ad In thtte of the luoai public placa In the
aaUl city ou the 311 day or Augut. lyw, more
ihan th.tty ()uayi prior to Ine mtttiugof Hit
uid Cuimuou CouucllafurftalO, aud
WiiiaKAS, It appcanliy the ald petition and
lu the utWfactlou of Ine Cotutnon Council that
the aald Oregon Trunk kailway ! tbeontr ot
all of Uockajv, , Jl Jl and u, '" In city ol
Dend, Otrgon, arcurdliiE to the tccoidcd pUt
thereof, and alto all that land lying between I'll
llrtl, lu the maid rity ol Hend ami the north lint
ol the aouth half of the northeatl quarter of aec
llonjt. IntooDihlp IJtoulh, range irra.tof Wil
lamellr meridian, and between Twelfth and Thlr
leenth Iteeu, alto, that tor the purpox 01 con
.tructlnw. operatlud and maintaining lit rallwa)
line oer aud upon the -a hi property within tht
cilyofHtml.lt la n-eeaaary to make UK of,
much of the MVowUg deacrilvd atrrett and al
leys at lie between Twtlflh and Thirteenth
ttrtU. to-wit Juniper arenue, Ironwoud ar
enue, Hawthorn arenue, I'lr arenue, and th.
alleyam Mockt x, jo, jl. ji and JJ, and alat
that no other peraou, Arm, or cottatlon It
particularly atfrcttd by the raratlon of the aaM
.trtcla and alleys ptlltoor.l foe. ami that publii
conrenience demamtt the cloalng of taklttreela
and alley., and the vacation thereof, end ihat m
other peraon oe petaont owh any pruptily Im
mediately adjoining that pan of the aaid tirrett
and altrya pttltionril to be racated. and no op
poaitlon having btrn made to ttKli petition am
the council being tall.fied that It It to the pulrfk
lutere.t mat ,h aiu pititk-u be allowed
Now, Therefore, be It Ordained by the Common
Council of Ibe City of Html at Mlawi
SKCTto.t t Thai ao much ef the following tit
tcrlbed ttrectt and alleya In the city of Rend a,
lie between Twelfth and thirteenth atreelt, ac
curding to Ibe ttvotUetl plat of taM City of
Hend. be and are h-reby vacate.1, te-wlt
Juniper Arenue. Irouwood Arenut, Hawthorn
Avenue. Hlr Arruuc. and the alteyt In Utxk jy,
y. 31, j and i).
(inflnance read firtt time OcloUr 11. 1010
Rules suspended and read tevoud time Octooe
Paiaed October 11 1910.
Approved, October 11, 1910
S. C CAUiu'tai., Mayor
Altrst. II. C I!!.!.!, Recorder
Merchant Tailoring a
? See Our
FULL LINE OF
l)(H)i-s, Sashes, l'nints. (.Muss, Huiltlers'
llardwitre, lloollnj.;. Kverythiiif; you
need for vour new House or new Sloie.
N. P. SMITH
W11II Street, Willi Street
The MerriIlWilkinson Co.
IN Till- COAIINU WIU2AT SECTION
OP CENTRAL OREGON.
livery Location (linininU-cil. Aututnobllc Service.
Garage and Repair Shop
ul lowest rotci jmissiIiIc with K'xxl hcrvicc-
the way you wWli it ilotie. Give us a trlitl.
Tenve your subscriptions for
at tbe Library and let that
institution et tbe benefit.
BYRNE REAL ESTATE
Of All Kinds Bought. Sold and Exchanged.
We have a very extensive list of DESCIIUTKS
VAI.UvY IKKIGATKD LANDS.
We bring the Property Owners and the Outside
BYRNE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Hotaling Dldg., Wall St., Rend, Ore.
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
At Regular Hours
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. IJitNn, Okkgon
We have the best line in Bend of
Cook Stoves and Ranges, The
famous Cole's Wood Heaters and
the Barler Oil Heater are abso
lutely without an equal in their
This material we buy in carload
lots from the manufacturer, and
we give you the benefit of what
we save in cost by this method
' of buying
Corner Bond and Oregon Sts.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
Nails and Barbed Wire
The old prices are still in effect at our
store as follows:
Virtue 1a like a rich Jewel-best plain
The Dalles, Oregon
You are cordially Invited to make THIJ HOTItr DAIJ.RS your
resting place while waiting over betwren trains on your way to and
from Portland, New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
heat, elevator; suites and rooms with baths, l'irit class cafe, Hates
ranging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manager.
Light Only. Barbed Wire
Heavy Galv. Barbed Wire
$5.25 Per Keg Base
$5.80 Per 100 Lbs.
$5.30 Per 100 Lbs.
A Complete Stock of