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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1911)
The Oregon Trunk Hallway is open for busi
ness tV Opal City, jiisLnorlltof Crooked river.
The Jones Warehouse Compatay
Ol'.OItUI! A. JONHS of IJeml, Mminjicr
will handle all freiKht at Opal City for the
railroad. The old Shauiko Moody Ware
house .system will he employed. Merchants
will f(et their floods promptly and without
ineouvenienee. Oi'Ai. City will he the ircight
terminus for 1)0 days more. Ilnvc your
freight consigned in eare of
Address communications to Iiend.
OF ALL KINDS
Irrigating Lath and Houso Lath
The tlmlicr c cut (rum l llit tl In thtcouu.
try, mill 4h tulle witithratl ( Ilcml.
Pine Forest Lumber Com'y
We take pleasure in informing
you that we have a stock of
(SI.OOO rolls) on the way. We
expect to have this on sale by
Saturday, July 211. We respect-
fully solicit your patronage.
Skuse Hardware Co.
has replaced other machines, gains have been
made In celerity and accuracy of vork-due to
the Underwood features of proven value.,
Everybody ought to know what the Un
derwood will do when put to the severest
"Tho Machine You WW Eventually Buy"
Underwood Typewriter Com'y
Portland, Oregon, Office 68 Sixth Street
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Has on hand fine dry 10-inch mill wood (al
really split for the stove), at $.50 per coitl,
delivered, Also dry block wood at $4.fl( per
cord delivered. Leave orders or telephone
O'Dpimell Bros. Market.
W. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
.. A. !l
I'KII'IION COUNTV COURT TO All) AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT FARA1S.
Under the misplco of the Central Oregon Development League the following petition to the County Court of
Crook Oninty In Ik-Ihk circulated, uskinjf that the county contribute J.'IOOt) towards tho establishment and maintenance
of two experiment farms, to bo located and conducted by tho Oregon Agricultural Cottage. As arranged at the re
cent mooting of llu; INiguc, tho two interested railroads will contribute one third of the $10,000 which It is estimated
will bo rc(Uiiod, tuiif tlio I'ortlund Commercial Club the other third remaining after the eiun.y has done its share.
To The Honorable County Couit of Crook County,
The mulct nIkih-1 petitioner nml lux (siyer itwldinjf In Crook County, Oregon, linn-liy petition .voiirhanorablnlwdy to si
M In mttiltllililng iitul iniiliiinlnlng two iiKilriiliutiil oxiwrliiiurit atatloni within Him llmfu of Crook County: one matlon to
!" rietoli'ri to lirljfutlon piuIiImiiih, iiml oiut Mutton to dry fin initio' problem, and iwptjt fully ruprttxint rnfollovri:
WiiitiiKAM, tin- (Ic'vi'lojuiii'iil of Oook Count depend primarily upon fiottlmnont him Intelligent oultlmUon of the farm land
Jjltlilll Its ImiiiikIiii li'H.
Wiikhkah, tin problems iiml illlllrultlfm which roof unit the nuttier upon such lands art nsw ami unlike those which ohtnln In
tin1 foiim1!' home of trtiah si'tili'i-i nml tlmt under prunnnt condition many failure and th let of iiiimjIi money li ooetnloflwl,
which would not In tmu wine liitclllgdiit iiiclhod employed.
Wlll'.UKAS, tin- iiiohI H)tint factor In tint ifavHlopuisnl of new countries li tho agrioultnral nxpnriment station.
WlllJUI'.AH, , tin- (r'Kon I'kUIiUiiic will not commit- until two year hence, und, on that acoouriL, no (iiiroprktlofn for tliK
imrpiHi en n Ic oldHined until the lnIilnluic Iih 11 uxaln convene; therefore, fund for tho maintenance of any ugrieultural ox
jil liiii'iil utiilliniH limit lie iiiKisI tluoiiKli olhur miiiicih,
Wiikiikah, i Im been united ti)ii competent iiuthorlty that two audi totlon a describud alwve oan be maintained for a
period of tun jeur for the mini of ten tlioiiMiud (tl0,JXJ) dollar.
WlllUiKAH, the Oregon Trunk Itullway, the Dechut Hallway and the Portland Commercial Club realizing the Importance of
noli a moieiiicnt luivu agreed to appropriate the huiii of tT.OW for till purpo providing Crook County will upiiroprlate an
U'liMitKAH, It U the Intent of your petitioner, the Oregon Trunk Itnllway, the Dooolmtet Railway and tho Portland Commer
olnl l.'luh tlmt fundi obtained for thl purMMii ate to be turned over to the Oregon Agricultural Colleo: that the location of
mild agricultural exixulment Htatloim and tho conduct thereof ore to m left entirely to tlie judgment of the said Oregon Agrl
cuuurui i onege wun on re(ueNi inui me ix-hv niiiewi ui mu gruuvuit nuinoer ie lerveu.
WllKltKAH, It N i
ntlve nlallont In i
Wherefore our iNtltlonnn rrioclfiil)y requent your honorable liody to agree to ct wide, out of tho general fund, the
mim of llftemi hundred (ll.VJi)) dolUn during the year It'll, nnd fifteen hundred (610OU) dollandurlng tho year 1012, atd money
to m ued nnd exKinded In the eitlahllnhment and malnU-nancu of said exerlracnt station by the authorities of the Oregon
Agricultural College all In lulmtanllal accordance with the fact above recited.
i the Intent of the Oregon Agricultural College, If kucIi utatlom are eitablUhed, to maintain certain iulxo-oper-i
nil K)rtlom of Crook County, hence tho lenellu of such appropriation will accrue to one and all section within
FIVE NEW RESERVES
Hy Trsmfers I'rom Other DlitrlcU the
Mlnam, Ochoco, Okanoifon, Paulina
and Santlam ro lUtabllahed
Large Acrcsge Is lillmlnstcd.
Through a series of proclnmations
by I'resldunt Tnft, a number of
changes in Nntiorial Foreatrt of Ore
gon hnyo been innde recently. These
wero In tho Cascade, Chelan, Crater,
Deschutes, Fremont, Malheur, Ore
gon, Siskiyou, Umquu, Wallowa,
Whitman nnd Umatilla reserves.
Hy transfers from other forests
tho new Minnm, Ochoco, Oknnogan,
Pnullnn and Santinm forests were
Among the transfers were: From
the UniMiun to the Cascade, 1C8,
B03 acres; from tho Cascade to the
Santinm. 115.8121; to tho Ueschutes,
nOl.bGl, and to tho Paulina, 147.
720; Crater. 9,'JOO to the Klamath
and Cl,:t70 to tho Paullnn; to the
Deschutes 17-1,130 from the Oregon,
W) 1,801 from tlu.' Cascade, and from
the Deschutes GW.T20 to the Ochoco
and 107,120 to tho Paulina;
from the .Mnlhour to tho Ochoco
llU.HIO; from tho Oregon to tho
Svntiam -llW.KIi), to the Doschutos
171,130; from the Siskiyou to tho
Crater 12,-tOO; from the UniHua to
tho Cascade 108.508, to the Paulina
Humiliations from tho forests in
Oregon occurred ns follows: 1120
acres of patented land from tho
Chelun, 27.!:U ncres from tho
Crater, H2,l).tT from the Doschutcf,
10,000 from tho Oregon, 9,010 from
tho Siskiyou and -11,11 1 from tho
Umqua. The lauds embrnceil
within these eliminations consist of
many small bodies lying along tho
borders of tho various forests which,
uon examination, wore found to bo
non-f ro.it lands or r a ten ted lands
Uiat could well bo excluded from
Ytt STEVENS fie. J J
Voabtt Varrtl UammtrUtt
Sf)Otgvn l ilrongul whrro
other gum are wmJUjI. Tho bar
nU and lut aro drop-forKrd In
one plfce of hl(?h nrraiuro atccl,
chokct bored fur nltro powder
with matted rib.
tHrk up thla run and frcl lh babnre
of It einiln the wolklnr turli
clawlr anil arttidn rare aiwt nnUh
of ileUll-rou will h U'a a ttlnHtr.
It Ibta at only 10.00 and will be
eiDowd rrroalil dlrrtt from tho
futory licaj vow ro"f T"ri' I
li larouta a arairr.
Fn I M mw An Cul
I tV i
A RISE IM MUnON.
Only tha Lag Want Up. and Than Thar
In the "pi! old days" nt tho Hay
market tbi-Hter then' was twInB played
a iDiialeal fnne In which wa required
reul Iwlleil leif of mutton every
ulchL This. ntTordlnc lo the lar of
"proeny." or. rnther. tho "property
man's" law, went after the perfortn
aiue a I mu-t unlnuchid to the oiaclal
numi-d. Hut the "dymen" perched up
alufl did nut like thU. for the, too,
bud Hhra and fa .nil lei, to whom a
boiled leg of uiullou would have been
a thing to In- remembered.
Ho they hit ukjii a plan, and one
nlsht Wlllliuii Karreii. who had the
earring of the Joint, was nuked to 0s
a hook tlmt wuuld l let down from
the Dice lulo the luuilon and "leave
the rent to them." Korrcn. always
ready for n pnu-llcal Joke, coaaeuled
and aa (he m-eiic was coming to a ter
mination fattened the hook Into tho
leg of mutton. Aa m-elle shifters were
preparing to "clone In" and the prop
erty uun Mood In the wings ready to
selxu on Ills H-rpilalte the leg or mut
ton wna aeen slowly lo avend.
The audience laughed Henry Comp
tou. who wus wateblug the maneuver,
laughed, too. and Hie employee all
gave tent to their feelluga In III sup
preaxed merriiueui. ull except the
property mini, who n-umliied miser
ably m-rloiM nnd gated at the fant dc
pnrtlug upK-r w lib n woebi-guiie
countenance. Suddenly ua the luene
was nlmotit rliccil In ill.- biwk, which
Karren had illifoniimilely tautened
only In I lie rut, gate way, and down
rame the cowled miiitnu with u ter
rlllc Rplimh iiniii the dlh.
The audience now rmin-d. the era
plojees rimriMl. ImiIIi l-'urreu uuU
Couipion nwretl. nnd an the "fluta"
hid the unrvlntiriil uhieau from
view the now dellghieil iroierty miiu
nirthcd upon the Mage and Mvurvd hU
III tntitinl nupper. London Pumlly
II era Id.
Dyron'a Three Ortat Men of Europe.
Lord llyioii said that Curupt haw
llini- gnat men In the early Kirt of
the uluelei'iith i-eiilury. Hut no one
now. In the early wrt of the twentieth
century, tould kiichii hi the tiauic of
more than oue of the three It tuny tie
Iiml Lord llyron wan Jukiin:. but II N
quite Hilble Ihnl he n nerluua wtu-n
he iinined the curloim trio.
Third In hW little lUt he placed him
aelf, the Hccoud hioii wuh .HkiIi-ou
lloiinpurte. nnd the tlrM nnd foremit
was !eori:e Itryiiu llniiiimel. lteuu
llmiumel, "kluir of the tx-uux" and
"Ijo Uul de CuliilK."-Krom Jerrold's
"Meuux and Unudles.'
The Uth of February la a day sa
cred to Ht Valentine, It was a very
odd notion, alluded to by Shakespeare
that on this day birds Itejrln to cou
ple. I!rn?e pvrhaM, riw the cua
tom of sendlnx on this day tellers eon
tslnlng profeona of love and affec
tion. Noah WetMter.
He'e Still Doing.
"Wont doe your father do for llr
Idr. my aonr asked Hie kind old lady.
Time Juh now," reeled Hie yoga
ter. "but be lined to do everylKsly,"
New Vork Times.
Punlehment After Death.
A uecro, already under sentence of
Ufa imprisonment, wna convicted of
two charjfea of assault to murder.
With Rreat Brsvlty lbs Jury sentenced
blm to Ave years on each charge and
ordered the prison officers to keep his
rorp for ten years after be died. Per
haps a little theolojty entered the do
chdou, the Jury feeling aa did the man
found hammering ovray at a snake
after he bad killed It and who ex
plained by aaylnir be believed In pun
libmeot after delb. Judg.
Among the Filers.
"I took a filer in Wall street."
"And the result r
"8ume old nvlutlon news -a One
start and all of a sudden a fearful
bump."- fclicbuufc-e. ' '
The wise business man is particular about his printfng. The Pulletln Job
l'rintcry strives to please the particular ones. Phone us or call at office,
IS THE ONLY PLACE
IN BEND THAT IS
Open All Night
SHORT ORDERSQUICK SERVICE
Sandwiches and Lunches a Specialty
New Dining Room Just Added Tables for Ladles.
BILLY'S PLACE W, ff, ADAIR BILLY'S PLACE
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table atwsys supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bbnd, Orkcon
Put Your Duds
Ii Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
Phone us. We will call for your bundle.
between railway points
nml Hotul. Careful atten
tion Riven to StnRe, Ex
press nml FnstFruiRht Busi-
ness. Bern! nRonts
Wcnandy Livery Co.
DAILY STAGE SCHEDULE
Arrive Boiul 7 n. m.
Leave Bend . . . v . . 1 2 m .
With Kkcsk IUruwauk Co.
Bend's Dcst Restaurant
Cleanliness, with Gopd Ser
vice,' pur motto,
Meals 35c and up.
Centrally located, on Wall street.
s Your Children Should )
S Be Photographed
Every Year. s
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S Kodak Finishing.
THE BEND STUDIO, j
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location on Wall street. In
quire at Bulletin office.