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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1911)
Bend to Burns
Two Economical Methods De
scribed by an Expert,
VERY LITTLE SAND HEEDED,
THe NEW FREIGHT ROUTE
The proposed freight and automobile road from
Bend to Hums Is now assured. Construction will
he begun at once. The opening of this road will
make Bend the natural market for the great
southeastern country through which It passes.
We want the business from this section. We
will do everything In our power to get anil hold It.
Our trade Is built up on satisfaction. If you are
not satisfied tell us about It. If you are pleased,
tell your friends. Come to Bend and make your
self at home at
The Store of Better Values."
J. W. DAHROW. Cluihtm, H. T.
frtm OfTMixmiUnl .Yne 1'or StaU
Dean Bailey Discusses Labor
Problem at Now York Fair.
J H Osllsvts That Many Farm Labor.
' ara Who Quit the Farm For ha City
v Would Dattar Qo Thay Can Work
Dattar In Qangi Undar a Doia Thin
I an tha Farm, and tha City Naada
Dean !. H, llollr-y of Cornrll ArtI
cultural coIIcro treated Ihe rotl(m of
farm litlMir from a somewhat new
Mtnti1Nlnt on RrniiRo tly lit the New
York state fair, lit' remarked llml
tlit Inlmr problem I mil ixvullnr in
nRrteulture, nor U It conllned l th
United Hlnte. It I imwt serious In
region where Ihero In the must un
employed population, Jt I found In
I ho outh with thu colored hiborer n
well n lit the north. It It duo to the
passngo of slavery uml serfdom and
to I ho rise of tlio working classes out
of their subjugation ninl nlso to the
Rrcater nmount uml variety of work
In tho worM. Tho rise of Rang work
or nrgnnUrd labor has nli much to
l with It. Men nml women nro In
t'llnod fu ro whom there N "suinelhliiR
doing." from stationary to iiiovIiik oc
cupations. Labor hint felt llih move
ment, nml It ha Ih'cii natural nml In
evltublo that farm should have felt
the effect of It. I'lllo nml Industrial
m generally ronlil not develop with
out thU cins of laborer. In furmlnjf.
Professor Ilatley continued, thero Ik
tho movement upwnnl to teimniH nml
! owner liy lliono rnpnlilo to accomplish
. It, nml there Is tho movement down
wnnl to temintM nml unifier by tlinn
' Incapable of wtnylng In n higher grade.
Immigration will not solve tho prob
lorn. Homo linmlKruiitH will become
owner or will bo l.nelc lo their own
foreign liomoi nml tuko tholr money
Tho spenhcr mirRestrd certnln romo-
dlea for tho lulior troubles on the farm,
among wlileli wero tnoro continuous
employment, wages to compare bettor
with tho wage hi towiiH nnd cities.
rood housing condition nnd n recoR-
lilted social llfo for tho Inborer. Whllo
It U to bo regretted Hint mnny Inbor.
era Icavo tho fnnn for tho city, hoiijo
of them oiiKht to ro. These nro they
who watch for tho roIhr down of tho
sun nml tho blowlnR of tho whlstlo
lHUJi,Z iuny ,0J! work" 'rl-cao '-c"
are fltlnl for work only In riuiks nnd
under the direction of a Ikw, but no
aurh ajstrm hii Im niloptctl on the
farms. Horse rniinot Ik left hnlf hnr
nral to the plow when tho dinner,
bell rhiR. nor rnn tho plow lie left In
the middle of the furrow. I'nrin work
rrn must have n senso of rosponslbll
Ity With Ihelr rlghta to Rood wnRe
aud fair houra of lalxir muat ro n rc
aponalbtllty to their employer. Organ
tuition are well rnouRh, but dutlea
muat accompany right.
Orangara Mutt Da In Qood Standing
to Maka Policy Valid.
km liiirana' fire relief aaaoclatlona
ar conducted on tho mwcMHueiit ptnn,
member of audi naoclatloua tutiai
In Rood alandlUR In the Onler-thnt l,
all due muit bo paid u-tn onlerthat
Ihey may aecure tho benefit of RrnnR
co-operatlro Inaurance. Homo of tho u
aoclatlou of tlil klml bavo n clnuar
Inaerted In tho policy to tho effect that
all dues to tho RrntiRn muat bo pnld;
olherwla tho anHoelntlon will not be
reapoinlblo for loiaea by fire. W. II
Vary, who la tircrctory of tho Joffemou
County (N. Y) l'atnin' Tiro Hellcf
naaoclntlon, any that hi their nrttcle
of naawlatlon It Ik required that a
inemtMT muat keep In piod atundlnR In
hU ulionllnato rtouro. They udher
rlRldly to theae rule.
Tho RratiRO Hocrotnrle uaunlly notify
htm of ddlnquenta or thoao llnblo for
avupemlon. lie Immediately call their
attention to nrtlclo (I of tho artlclea of
naaoctatton. That, as a rule, Is all that
la neceatary and ha tho dealrod effect,
lti caie It doc not ho ahoutd Immedi
ately take atep to enncel tholr iolley.
Tho oHicer nro nil agreed that a Iohr
a thlt la n strictly RrtltiRo company
all who roeolvo tho bonellta of tho In
aurauco shall coutrlbuto to tho sup
port of the RraiiRo. ThU provision
seoius to bo n wlao one, a It I n very
small matter for n member to keep
s(iisro on tho book In consideration of
tho low ratoW Inmiranco ho secures
throuRh tho RrnnRo compuny.
Qovarnor Hughaa on tha Qranga.
Governor IIURhea In hi nddres at
tho Now York stnto fair pnld the
RrnnRo this worthy compliment: "Of
all tho orRanlsutlona of citizen with
which It hn been my prlvlleRo to
come In contact durlnR tho past fow
year none hn represented n tnoro
Important Interest or tins been under
tnoro competent leadership tlmn the
stnto RrnnRo. It Just Influence with
respect to tho protection of. our ortI
cultural Interest Is conspicuously
shown both In leRlslatlon nnd In ad
For quick roturns list your prop
erty with J. Rynn, ofllco on OrcRon
Street opposite Bend Hotel. CI
TOLD IN PANTOMIME.
Tha Worth of Chlnaia Royal Gift to
LI Hung Chang.
The late emprea dowoRrr of China
win aomethliiR of it huuiorlNt The
author of "Hehlnd tho Scene In Co
khiR" tell n story of how IJ IlnnR
ChmiR. nfter concludluR the treaty of
Hhlmonoaekt, wa prvsentwl by tho
empress with a cloth of ruIiI Iwr ctn
tnlnlnR somo heavy article, me iren
tiro turned out to Im n InrRc vno. un.l
I.I, who wn an vntliuslnstlc collector
of Chinese ceramics, at once sent for
his secretary. Mr. IVthlck. to come
nml examine tho now nriulltlnn.
u.iniii fliiiit wn mioiit In a careful
examination to determine the dynasty
durliiR which this treasure was pro
duced. but the date of this especial
pnalo was lost, Wltn H oilier wuim-m
classification. After a Ioiir time Mr
IVthlck llftwl It RlURcrly, plari-d It on
n table, put himself In front of It.
dmwItiR n wrap round his shoulders,
uml slowly, very slowly, held hl
huuds up to It, tumtnR them hi the
attitude of wnrmlnR nt a Ore.
Chlneso need few wont. I.I under
stood and wns heartbroken. Tho wn
tomlme tudtcntcd to him that the sup
Mwed priceless vnso wns only n clever
reproduction mndo In 1'urls, and the
secretary, warmhiR his bund before
It, meant It wn so ft-esh fnnn the
lottery furnace that ho could still
notice tho warmth.
FOOD AND DIGESTION.
Clvlilisd Man Naada Chaarful 8ur
roundlnga at Hla Maals.
Itobust Hoplo o Iour as they Ret
what suit their own uncultivated
tnsto nro apt to make very llRht or
whnt they call "fancies" nbout food
nml overlook their real Importance.
I'YedliiR on the part of civilized man
Is not tho simple proccduro which It
Is with nulmnls, nlthough ninny nnl
mals nro particular a to their food
nnd what I culled "dainty." Tho ne
cessity for civilized man of cheerful
company nt hi meal and for the nlv
senco of mental anxiety I universally
roeoRiiUed, n woll ns tho Importance
of an InvttluR appeal to tho nppotlte
through tho sense of smell nnd of
night, whllo tho Injurious effect of the
roverso conditions, which tuny lead to
nausea nnd oven vomiting, Is admitted.
Kvon tho ceremonial features of tho
dinner tnblo, tho cIiuuro of clothes,
tho lelsuroly yet proclso HUCccHslon of
npprnved nnd expected dishes, accom
panied by pleasant talk and llRht
hearted companionship, nro shown by
strict scientific examination to bo hu.
portnnt aids In tho healthy diResttoii
of food, which need not bo large In
qunntlty becauso wisely presented,
Sir Hay I.ankostor In London Telo
Kruph. Just try The Bulletlu Job PrluterjA
Oersanad Oravol la tha Moit Sultabla
Malarial to Uta Wintar Traatmant
Conaldarad tha Chaapar Advlea on
tha Mending of Highways.
lleprescntntlro William W. Cock of
Lour Island, who bus built several
Rravcl road nnd has found them very
satisfactory, lella how they can be con
"To tha minds of most people," he
says, "when we apeak of a Rravel
road cotnea thu Idea of coarse sand.
sucu ns tney bare seen ilumpHl on tne
road from time to time nod fniumtly I
In such iiiinlltkit I lis l It did not mix ,
proiwrly with the loam, aud hence
there was a soft, sandy road, which Is
the worst road In the world for haul- I
Iiir heavy loads over. What I moan j
by a Rravcl roud is screened Rrarvl or
Rravel thai may be found In some
banks that uould be suitable for rond
contiructlon without scteeulnR. but It
should nut contain over 10 per cent of
sand In most tuatantes miles one
were to use a very tbiu coat aud over
a road that was of very deep loam,
when It would be well euouRh to allow
a llltlo larRer percentage of sand, but
otherwise I prefer It to carry as little
sand as pomlbto.
"There arc two method In which
this kind of road could be constructed.
One Is by the formation of a trench.
troaihiR It u-ry much as we do a road
for macadam nud then puttliiR In the
Rravel about debt Inches deep mixed
with n little loam or clay, nud 1 be
llevo that now It would be wlae to put
some tar on the lop course. In the
construction of this road I would lay
It In two courses, provided I were ro
Iiir to use inr In the upper course.
There would be some dllllculty In Ret
IhiR n Rrnxel road to park If It were
laid In clRht Inches thick, aud It should
bv done hi Ihe winter time unless one
You Can Buy Heavy Win
ter Clothing; at Our
Cheaper than you will be able to
buy next winter. Come in and look
the stock over and you will be sur
prised at the reduced prices.
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E. A. SATHER
A ORAVEt, HO ID.
(From Oool iloada Macailna, Nw torlcj
xtM-cl to haul a Rood deal of water
and use a roller, liy far the most eco
nomical way to build a Rravel road Is
to spread about two luche on the or
dinary surface of a road that has been
previously cleared of all dead nud
worn out material that would never
pack aRalu nud then plow the road
and put the prnvel on about three or
four Inches deep nnd Just allow the
trnlllc to work It In nnd unve n man
continuously nloiiR the rond for two
or three weeks with n rake to fill In
the ruts nnd pick out nn of ihe ti
InrRe Rravel stones, m the tp surface
should routnlu no stouett mrr man a
"Another method of comttructliiR
thU road which would be still more
economical would be to spread the
Rrnvel on In November or Diveinber
Sprviid It over Ihe rood about two or
three luclut deep, and repent durlna
the whiter as tuf'inilllc worko It Into
the mud. I nm ussumliiR now that
we hate a road that would Ret muddy
hi the winter lime nud one that would
have n clay or loam tottom or n Iotro
pen-cutnRe of loam. If we nro to deal
with n sandy road It will be necessary
to put a considerable perceutnRe of
clay or loam with the sand prior to
the spreadliiR of the Rravel. I have
built qulto a number of piece of road I
In this manner, by puttlnp the Rravel
on durlnR the winter, nud they have
been very satisfactory.
"One of the Rn'ntest difficulties with
a Rreat many people In meudttiR roads.
In my Judgment. Is Hint they endeavor
to patch up the nm,d Instead of plow
Iur Ii up. nud letthiR the whole mass
settle nt once. Some people have an
Idea that tratllc will make n road level
Tralllc will tnnsh down some lumps
Vid some of the coarse Rravel, but If
the material Is not evenly spread or
the rond not properly graded wheu It
l construcled It will Rrow worse that
Is, more uneven as time Roes on. It Is
time well spent In the RradhiR of a
new road to ro over It Innumerable
lime with n road muchtno In order
that the grade may bo mado perfect In
the beglnuliiR, nud l know of a Rreat
pinny rond In Nassau and Suffolk
counties. Now York, now which, If they
could be plowed up nnd hnvo a little
sand put In some places and a little
loam In others, then be thoroughly
graded with n road machine nud havo
n little gravel added during the winter,
would be good all tho yenr round for
wagons or automobltos, and if the
were oiled they could be rendered Just
as dust proof as a macadam road."
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