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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1912)
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TEACHERS APPRECIATE HIBDialsaffirtS WATCH REDMOND VOTERS
coumuoiiH lor mo ruining oi ordinary
llrrnbllcVina Register 1B02, Demo
crats HIH, Socialist 10.1, l'rolil.
ultionlut 42 3 1 Hide
llelow la the total precinct regis
tration In the county. The Uend
total, reckoning in Ucscbutos
precinct which, adjoint Bend and cm
bracks a portion of the town, la S10.
The county's total registration la
rrltieTille ?.... 321
Hear Creek SS
Hearer Creek -. 60
Vend '. 331
Ulack Dutto 1SS
Camp Creek 9
Cross Keys 17
Hat Jtock 53
Howard .V.' 12
Johnson Craek 4S
Kutcher ................ ,19b
Lylo Cap 60
Madras v 90
Mill Creek 36
Mont Komrry ...... 42
Powell Butte 46
Itedniond .' 171
Worm Springs 45
Willow Creek v 51
White Uutte 1
Clino Falls ... 51
There were 1S02 republicans, SIS
democrats, 42, prohibition, 165 so
clallsts, 26 progressives, 69 Inde
pendents, and 31 refused to go on
record for anything.
Itctlring Superintendent Lnudetl in
At the recent tenchera' Institute of
tho county, held at I'rlnoville. reso
lutions were passed expresses ap
preciation of the services nt tho In-
stltuto of Dr. Wtnshlp, and thanking
various Individuals for their work,
and Indorsing various proposals rela
tive to county education that received
attention during the Institute.
And further, tho following resolu
tion was adopted;
lie It further resolved;
That since tho schools of Crook
County have, during the past four
years, enjoyed unprecedented success
and prosperity aud are accomplishing
more aud better work, than over be
tore, and that since strong and espec
ially trained teachers are being con
stantly injected Into the teaching
force of our county through .the tlre-
Irss efforts of our superintendent;
and that all administrations of the
superintendent have been with unl
iform kindness and Justice,
lie It resolved:
That we express our love and sin
cere appreciation to Superlntendon;
H. A. Ford for the most excellent
work he has accomplished m head of
the schools of Crook county.
(Signed) K. L. COE,
A. T. LEWAKK.
Mrs. DELLA NICHOLS,
Mrs. FRANCIS CLARK,
Mrs. R. B, GRAY,
OIGEST OF REGENT
LAND CASE RULINGS
Occasional Visit to Homestead Not
Regarded as Residence Two
Important Mining lecllon
llefore pntvtit can bo legally Issued
under n desert land entry It must bo
shown that tho claimant is possessed
of a auinclent water right to reclaim
In accepting tho purchase money In
connection with a desert land entry,
the government doea not, directly or
Indirectly guarantee that tho land is
susceptible of reclamation front Its
arid state, but It Is for the desert laud
applicant to decide for himself, after
an examination of the land, whether
ho believes water can be conducted to
and distributed over the tome, us to
reclaim It from desert condition.
Mineral found In tho surface rock,
alone, will not amount to n discovery
unless the tame contains ore In pay
Discovery cannot bo claimed sim
ply because the surface indications.
combined with geological inference.
ludlcate that other And unconnected
veins or lodet lie at greater depth.
The following elements are neces
sary to constitute a valid discovery
upon a lode mlutug claim. 1. There
must be a vein or lode of quarts or
othor rock In place. 2. The quarts or
other rock In place mutt carry gold
or some other valuable mineral de
posit. 3. The two preceding elements,
when taken together, must bo such
as to warrant a prudent rnnn In tho
expenditure of his time and money
in the effort to develop a valuable
SEEKS NATIONAL CHARTER
I'roltthltlnhUtN I'li-.n to Muck Votlntf
of Water Works lirtlmrer.
According to n well laid ilatt tho
I'quor forers Intend to carry town
for saloons by scouring a number of
Illegal voters. Tho plan was to have
the waterworks crow In Redmond at
tho time of tho election and voto
them In favor of the saloons. To
frustrate thin plan, tho temperance
pooplu have been collecting all tho
evidence pomlblo as to the legal resi
dence of all floaters and other tran
sients, and will have at tho polls the
legal number of challengers who will
closely tcrullulio Ml persons suspect
ed of being Illegal voters. In addi
tion 25 John Doo warrants will be
placed In tho hands of officers on the
ground and any one attempting to
vote Illegally or any property holder
attempting to swear in an illegal oto
wltl be placed under arrest.
ROGERS WORKS FOR DAKOTA
It Is not residence within the mean
ing of the homestead law for one to
return occasionally to his land while
habitually absent engaged In a voca
tion necessarily requiring his absence.
The mere fact that final proof It
regular does not bar the land depart
ment from proceeding against an en
try for failure to comply with the
law. Tho final proof is merely claim
ant's assertion which is not conclu
sive upon the Government. The land
department has ample authority to
Investigate Into the truth of final
proof upon an entry any time before
The reclamation required In desert
land entries contemplates proof of n
water supply auinclent and perma-
Pailcy Rank Will Open Altout
First of Year.
Governor West and Senators
Ilournc and Chamberlain have each
given to President Ualley of the
Northwest Towuslte Co. letters to
the controller of tho currency at
Washington, urging him to grant a
charter to Mr. Ualley and his associ
ates, who are organizing the Paisley
National Hank. It is exacted that
tho bank will be ready for business
early in January,
Under the auspices of tho Central
Oregon Development League, the
Commercial Club of Palaley was re
cently reorganized, and made all of
tho arrangements for tho farmers'
institute, which was held at Paisley
last Friday and Saturday. A beauti
ful sliver cup, standing two feet
high, Is being offered by the club for
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ine iicii collective exniuu oi iruus,
vegetables and grains rained In tho
Paisley country, for the exhibit to be
made by the club at the Northwest
Land Products Show to opeu at Port
land November IS to 23.
Local Timber Onnrr Prominent In
Agricultural lletterineiit AetUlty
The "World's Work" for November
contains an extensive article describ
ing tho manner In which agricultural
conditions In North Dakota have tceu
Improved purlng the last two years,
through cooperative demonstration
and educational wark. Tho chief
credit for tho organization of this
work is given to A. R. Rogers, tho
MlnneaiK)lls lumberman, who Is well
known In ltcnd, has heavy timber
Interests here, and was here last
Tho situation that faced the Da
kotas was that the wheat yield was
gradually ftllfng off. Through the
Inauguration of scientific farming
methods this has been mended, and
today the crops are constantly In
creasing. Tho work Is similar to
that which Is being conducted In Cen
Every th ijngon the Market at the
Right f ime andatjgigjit Prices.
L. B. MISENER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE. Itaid, Oregon.
Portraiture cnlarg'ng and copying
at tho Seward Studio.
Best nnd Invest Priced
AcreaKo on the Mnrket.
Handled by nil reliable
real estate dealers.
J. H. Bean
We Have Taken Over the Entire Stock of
of the Pine Forest Lumber Co.,
nnd arc in a position to fill orders
of any size. In addition we carry
a full line of
Lime, Cement, Plaster
Brick and Fire Clay.
Also COAL nnd LAND PLASTER.
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are invited, and will receive prompt attention.
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