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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1912)
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HAMILTON, Nov. IS. Harry Pur
eley came to hla'1 homestead, three
miles north ot Hampton, several
weeks ago and has his liouso up and
Is at'work now Improving his place
Last Saturday Bovoral of tho men
In this section spent tho day build
InR tho school house. Most of tho
work and,- tho hauling, as well as a
bis part of tho material, were donat
ed by those Interested In tho school
nnd tho general Improvement ot tho
community. School opened today
with Mrs. U C. Peck as teacher, with
eight pupils enrolled A few of tho
women helped finish tho building
Mclvtu Crow has built n new houso
on his claim and Is busy plowing.
Messrs. Hunting and Hutchens
caino In last Thursday on bicycles.
Mr. Hunting recently bought E. V.
Halt's relinquishment, and Mr.
Hutchens Is looking over Central Ore
gon tor a suitable location.
Victor Thompson arrived horo
irom llend Friday night by auto, go
ing on to hts homestead near llrook-
Ings' the next day, after getting from
the yard at Hampton lumber for his
J. Urlckcy Is In llend tor a load of
provisions and teed.
A. S. Fogg made a business trip to
Prlnevtlto last week.
Mrs. Lysnndcr Logan was a Hamp
ton visitor Saturday.
P. S. Dcncer has finished hauling
lumber for hts new house and Is at
work on tho building. 'He expects
to give a houso warming In the form
of a dance as soon as It Is comptotcd.
Florenco Dunn has liocn confined
to her bed for a couple ot weeks with
a sprained ankle.
E. M. Peck bought a team from I.
Zlcrolt tho past week.
DRY LAKE. Nov. 18. School Is
running In as good order as possible
under existing circumstances, thcro
being no books In llend or Prlncvllle
ot the kinds needed. This makes It
bad for both teacher and pupils.
Dr. Whltakcr of Omaha, Neb.. Is
out on a visit to his daughters and ox
presses himself as well pleased with
the country and people.
Mr. and Mr. L. L. Logan havo tak
en up their winter resldcuco at llnrb
Mr. Gelgcr's new house Is nearly
Tho surprlso party at Len Ben
nett's was a success and alt had a
lino time. Tho bachelors served sup
per to those who came a distance and
all adjourned to tho Amnions houso
for an all-night dance, with basket
X. X. Kins and wife are In Pr'no
vile for a few days school affairs
for Mrs. Kins and hogs for Mr. Kins,
FORT ROCK. Nov. 24. E. L.
Monroe, who settled on a desert land
claim Ave years ago, has sold out,
his wife being in very poor health for
the past six months and this compell
ing him to go to a different climate.
Mrs. Georgo Hogan left for Seat
tle the first of the week whore she
wilt visit friends and relatives for the
J. D. Honeyman of the Fort Rook
Mercantile Company was attacked
with the grip the first of the week but
is now able to be about.
C. M. Krdman comenced tho erec
tion of a barn 4 by CO feet Monday
A. D. Wright having the contract.
J. It. Harrison oamo In from Cres
cent the first part of tho week with
a bunch of cattle.
Tho I-ad'es' Aid will give a pro
gram and diner Thanksgiving.
Several Christmas Lakers were In
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; LA PINE
LA TINE, Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Masten, Mrs. Peterson and Les
Peterson went up to the cabin on Da
vis Lai: fop a few days' camping tho
first of the week,
William Evrlngham and J, E. En
Kcbreston havo been Installing a tele
phone In their respective homes. Tho
line Is about a mile and a half from
tho main road and they have been a
week or ten days putting It through.
Tho exercises at the Christmas en
tertainment held In La Pine last
year were such a succets that an ef
fort is being made to have all tho
people of tho community Join with
the Sunday school In getting up an
'entcrtalnmont and Christmas tree for
There is to, he a dance given at the
La Pine Commercial Club hall on tho
evening ot November 28, and It la
the request of the La Pine peoplo
that everyone attend. Luncheon will
be (erved at the La Pino Hotel
Miss Elna Shultz wont to Fiend
OREGON NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
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visit with Mrs. F. O. Minor tor a
Chris Anderson went to Dotal to
work tho first ot last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dcoslcy wcro
visiting with Mrs. J. S. DccBtey last
Mrs, Ilcod nnd two children ot
Wala Walla, Wash., arc visiting her
parents, Mrs. Georgo T, Sly.
A party of surveyors Is surveying
a now roadthat will extend from tho
bridge at Paulina Pralrlo south on
tho section lino and from thoro south
and along tho section lines Into !a
Pino. This will stralghtou up tho
road and eUmlnnto tho draws that
are In the old road.
Ivan Shultt has been up to tho
Maaten sawmill stneo laBt Monday
doing some planing.
CRKSCENT, Nov. 2. Chester
tang, proprietor of tho Crescent Ho
tel, Is In llend this week on business.
Tho Hunston brothers, after a
tow weeks in tho mountains near
Crescent and Odcll lakes, havo gouo
to tho Deschutes river west of Red
mond to trap during tho winter.
L. C. Ulch left Saturday tor his
home In Washougal, Wash. Ho Is
a forest ranger.
C. W. Long nml Earl Austin spont
a tow days at Davis lake the first ot
Returning from tho Mnyfleld ranch
Thursday opening. E. O. Itourk and
Sydney Ingles discovered fresh bear
tracks about a quarter of a uillo from
town. They Immediately Informed
Eddlo Santry, who possesses two
hounds, and together Mr. Itourk and
Mr. Santry went on foot after tho
t'gs on the scent. After a chase ot
about throo miles, tho dogs treed Mr.
Ilruln. With a 32 automatic pistol,
their only weapon, the men mado tho
bear sick enough to let go. Mr.
Itourk Is tho proud possessor of tho
hide, which, from a two-year-old, at
this time of year, Is remarkably tlno.
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TUMALO, Nov. 22. G. W. Wlmor
& Sous have been busy baling hay on
W. D. Clark, Kd Mills and others
are building cisterns and will have a
good supply ot water for this winter.
The Gist postofflco will be moved
to the Powclson ranch In the near fu
ture, it is understood. C. F, Powcl
son has made application to bo ap
pointed postmaster: as Mr. Rurkhart
wishes to resign since ho had the mis
fortune to lose his sawmill by fire re
Mr. Merchant nnd Mr. Jones of
llend have delivered a bunch of oat-i
tie at the Star ranch to havo them
wintered. There Is a large supply of
feed on this ranch and a largo num
ber of catle can be tukon core of,
POWELL IUTTK, Nov. 21.
Among those who have sold out re
cently In this neighborhood Is Pearl
Fulkcrson. Ho will movo Inter on,
with his family, to somo coast iolnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Fulkorson wero nmong
the earlier settlers here and tholr
frlonds nro sorry to sco them toave.
T. D. Osborn has licen hauling lum
ber to build an addition of two rooms
to the Frank Smith house.
E. L. Johnson has Joined tho army
of bachelors here, since his daugh
ter Alma 's attending high school at
n-fH..lllH 11lt. .t- ,H.A 1I,Ia nm
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to take care of in addition to his du-
ilea a ,wimn.tnr nnri lnrVpniif.r .
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ho will bo ablo to glvo several point-
I HAVE PURCHASED THE
ENTIRE STOCK AND GENER
AL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS
OF G. W. HORNER OF LAID
LAW, and HEREAFTER WILL
CONDUCT IT IN THE SAME
QUARTERS, UPON a LARGER
SCALE THAN BEFORE.
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ers on domestic science to tho aver
age bachelor who only has to put on
his coffee, bacon nnd sourdough to
cook while ho curries and harnesses a
J, I). Davidson, who appreo'nlos
good cooking, will oat his Thanksgiv
ing dinner hero.
Knlph Jones, son ot J. 1. Jones,
was seriously hurl Inst Thursday by
falling from a tree. Ho was In tho
top of n dead Juniper when a limb
boko. Ho struck tho ground on his
hoad and was unconscious for e-omo
time, being delirious tho next day.
Resides holng Injurod about tho hoad,
his wrist was badly sprained, Ho Is
sumowhat beMor today.
A. D. Morrill Is now hauling his
hay to llend. Mr. Morrill raised
about 40 tons of alfalfa this year
off 16 acres, most ot which ho baled
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Foster aro vis
Itlng relatives nnd frlonds at outsldo
points. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Patterson
havo taken charge ot the ranch whllo
they aro away.
Harvey Wlnslow Is nnullng lumber
from llend to further Improve his
Earl Forrest has rented tho Foster
place, formerly rented by T. D. Os
Itorn, and will farm It In addition to
his father's ranch. Ho will soon
leave for an extended visit to Hotting
i CLOVERDALE I
CLOVEHDALE. Nov. 2'.. A num.
ber of persons attended tho Presby
terlnn Sunday school rally held nt
S'stors last Friday. Tho topic of
tho evening scrvlco was "Hlggcr and
Hotter Sunday Schools and How to
Got Them." Rev. Mr. Hnrvoy of
Rcdmnod sokc on "Tho lmedlmcnt
Toward tho Advance Agnltftt School
Disposition." ,llcv. Dr. J. V. MRU
gati of Portland spoko on "Things
Dnno In a Modorn Sunday School."
Rev. J. F. Vernon of Milton gavo nn
Interesting talk on "tho RellglousN'n
turc ot Each Human." Miss Scoggtn
of Plalnvlcw sang n solo. Rev. A. M.
Williams, tho leading speaker, chose
"Tho Child In tho .Midst" ns his to
Ic. Mr. Arnold Is building a new house
on his ranch.
George nnd Tom McAndrows hnvo
completed n nent cottage on their
claim. Their mother has Just come
from Michigan to mnko her home
with them .
The Job family woro callers nt tho
home of Mr. und Mrs. llurnslde Sun
day. - -
SISTERS. Nov. 2C Arthur Wurx-
wcllcr aud Mlaa Madge Mills weru
married at tho homo of tho brldo in
Prluevtlle last Tuesday nnd wilt mnk'
tholr home hero. Mr. Wurxwoller Is
pnrt owner of the Illnok llutte Com-
onny, which has extensive land nnd
livestock interests In Central Oregon.
Mrs. Wurzwetler is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Mills.
Georgo. K. Altken, editor of tho
Sisters Herald, has been apjrtilnted
United States commissioner luCre.
A grand ball will be given In Al
len's hall Thangsglwng cvonlng. At
midnight siij per will be served nt Ho
After an Illness of several mouths
with typhoid fever. Miss Myrtle Hor
ry Is abtu to be out ngnln.
PntcrM.ii Urwi Co. eclu"le i.geiiU
I" llflHl fr tllC flllllOIIH l.illby CHt
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PINKHURBT, Nov. 25. Joan Wl.
mo r mado a business trip to Ln'dlaw
O. W. Bnldor wont to llend Wed
nosdny. Died, Tuesday, November 10, tho
Infnnt sou ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Mo
Dormott. Interment was mado In tho
drover McAlllstoi nnd slater, Mrs,
Kongo, went to llend Tuesday to havo
dontnl Work done.
Mrs. I. E. Wlmor nnd Miss llorthn
llasaelhorg havo boon on' the sick
list this weok.
Miss Nellie Snyder who has huen
III at Ivor homo tor somo time Is re
ported as no traitor.
Ray Root, who has been otuployed
at Culver, returned Thursday tor n
few days' v's'l with hts parents.
Hart and Jay Nichols returned on
Thursday from Washington state.
Mrs. F, W. Lovoronx of Tumalo
was a Pluuhurst caller Saturday.
-Mrs. Arthur Jackson loft Sunday
for Portland to hnvo hts eyes treated.
A number ot Plnohurst people at
tended tho reception given In honor
of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. W. Homer nt
Lntdlaw Saturday night.
drover McAllister ntlondod tho
dance In llend Saturday evening.
Jnmes McDormott went to llend
Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Nlctiol spent
Sunday nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
GIST, Nov. 21. .Mr. Young, who
resides near llend, was over hero Sat
urday superintending his son's place.
Tho circulating library which tho
Platnvlew school tent for linn ar
rived. Arthur Gortson and wlfo arrived
hero Monday and spout several days
vlsltlug relatives and friends. They
loft Thursday to visit Mrs, Gertson's
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. McCut
ley, at Summer lnke.
A. II. McCord nnd wife wero In
Georgn Gertsou was transacting
business Wednesday In Slaters.
MesdfiiiU'a Struhm and Gertson
wcro visitors nt the Platnvlew school
Tho folowlng persons attended the
Sunday school rally nt Sisters on tho
22(1: Ellen Crawford, Myrtle Scog
gin, (Heaves Strahm, Georgn Gert
son, Ralph I. umbeck, Kd Strahm and
Mr. and Mrs. leverenx.
Mrs. Crnwford nnd throe daugh
ters spent Saturday nt their ranch
TIPS FOR ROAD DUILDER3.
Go evsr tht whol ol th mw
I uting vtry day or two with
tht rah and nvr Uav. th
ton in ridgtt.
It you havt no ring gsug. re
mombar Macadam's sdvict that
any stont you cannot put sanly
Into your mouth should b bro
Ut chips for binding ntvly
laid stont together and rmm
br tnat road swttping, tod or
gran and othtr rubbish whin
uttd (or thit purpot will ruin
tht bttt road tvtr conttructtd.
Rtmtmbtr that wattr worn or
roundtd ttontt should ntvtr bt
uttd upon ttttp graditnti or
thty will tail to bind togtthtr.
Rtmtmbtr that tht middlt ot
tht road thould alwayt bt a lit
tit hlghtr thsn tht sidtt, so that
tht rain may run into tht sidt
gutttrt at onct.
Ntvtr allow tht water tablts.
gutttrt and ditcht to clog up,
but kttp thtm cltar tht wholt
Alwayt bt upon your rotd In
wet wttthtr and at onct fill up
with chipt any hollows or ruts
whtrt tht rain may lit.
n i i i i i i i i h
WHAT BETTER ROADS BRING.
Valuts Inert, PopuUtion Orowsand
8ocial Condition Improvt.
tn order to meei u Mpulnr demand
fur Information on the imiIiJitI of kimmI
nmd the department of nxrleiilture
tins IhjoiiiI as farmers' bulletin TAft a
nxirt pn'pnriHl by the nlliiv uf public
mini eiilltlcd llciii'llt of Improved
The vitrlons lienellts of gno roads
may be gnitiN-d under two mnlii sub
divisions, dealing rrxiipcllvely with
economic U-uellU nnd social Ih-iii'IUh
It Is nppnrrnl to any one ,who has
stiidli'd rond mutter for ii period of
yenr tlml the iidvaniiiues nf Improved
public niaits hnre b-en reM-ittedly
provetl lNynnd nrgumeiit.
Then Is no ease, mj the bulletin,
where nny eommunlly hns over regret
led the Improvement of Its roads
When good ronds reduce the cost of
(muling adjacent Inn'd becomes more
valuable. There la a corresponding
tendency of piipufnllnn to Increase,
and In Its turn thla tendency strength
ens the demand for more gmxl rond.
sorlnl conditions Improve, and tho life
of the community la Intluencod In nu
merous ways. When' there nre good
muds the farm Increases In vnluo
partly Uvnuxe the cost of tinnllng l
decreased, The reduction mny lie
largely due to lurreiised speed In haul'
II V (II V SWM." " w was
Tills la Junt orto jrroup or tho nmny for whom wo nro not
tlnjr freo homes In Contrnl Orejron. Thomi fifty fnmlllua
Imvo como to un throuRh tho Hebrew Agricultural Socloly
Why Did Tbey Select CENTRAL OREGON?
IIccauso Investlttntlon proved that tho beat frik- lands In
Amorlcn nro found hero.
Why Did Thoy Select Us to Locate Them?
Because lnvetl,rntlon proved that wo nro thu best Informed
nnd thu most reliable locators In tho iiualncM.'
-LKT US MEM1 YOU GOT A HOME.
Ore. Land & Immigration Co.
0. C. HKNKLK
In?, to Increased lend or to loin.
MARK STATE HIGHWAYS.
Ttttgraph Poltt Palnttd to Indicate
C Gordon Itcel, Mtnie hiihtIiiIi'IiiIciiI
of liluhwiiya of New York, linn dcolu
imuil M'enil main highway mi He of
the state by rohm for the giildmire of
itutonioblllstx, Tlil hn lH-en dune In
ntvordiimr with Hie siirkioiIIoii ol
Frank t). Lyon, nn-reiary of the New
Vnrk Hliitc Autoiunblle no'lntlon
Five routei llMVr btfii ileolBuatrd
with iitlnrn, hmI, blue, yellow, Krrn
and Iimwii rixe. lively, nod i-ltili1 blub
wny employee tiHtr Imimi Miilulil to
begin marking the rnutiM nt mire Tel
egntpll pule along the line will !
IHilnlwl In color by liM-nl iiuiiiiiioblli
clllln nnd the stale will mlnl the tup
mil of frtire Mini .hrlilce iiiininrln"
Cnlnrrd tWk will dilgniip mule
thmucli rltliM nml u n mill mnM will
be preiHitiil hiiwlng (be iiilor whciiir
nnd niitllni'A. t'liiimi'tliik' nint trill
Inter l-e deolgtiiilinl by iiiliihlliiitlnu nt
STATE ROAD SUPERVISION.
Tht Oulltt ol Such a 8ytm It
A stiite ntHlem uf riHtiN tioitld le
roniprebriiKlve III n-gnnl In the Ihmii
IHh iiiufernil iihjii nil (Nirtt uf the
Kltlrlent In regnrd to the pitarnrler
of the tniftlr uHtn tbi-ni
Conttniinua In rcannl to Hip viirlxiii
rniiullert nnd tllbi which they would
Uniform In regard In the lye id
ronMriH'tltiti nnd the stnndnnl of mnlii
lienl ri'iid nro governed by IiniiI
Slnte roads should I gnveniril only
by the nerd of tho Irnllle rioeiii iihiii
them by the people of the stnte with
out rrgnrd to any sperbtl lornllly.
Stale n )ii ils aro for the ue of nil
the ieoplo of tho stnte. nnd m hin-Ii
should be built nml maintained by the
IS GOOD BUTTER
VVc Otmraiitcc Our Product
Money Returned if not Satisfactory.
Pioneer Cream Company
" flic IJcntl Creamery"
ICH CKIUftI I1UITI2UMII.K
Mesdqusrters for Commercial Men
lilectrlc Lighted Throughout
HUOH O'KANIi, MANAOIM
aoodlioom BEND, OREGON
Pree bus to
and from trains
E. It. POST
Itev. K. V. Newhntn, pnslor. Ker
vices every Sunday nt II n, m mill at
7:30 p, in. Sunday school nt 10 a.
in, HpMorth lnguo nt C: IS p. m on
Sunday, Choir practice Thuiadny at
7:30 p. in,
Rev, 1. I. (Jorby, pastor. Service
at tho Star Theatre Huiiday, Detew
ber 1, nt 11 n. in.. tnbJtHit "The
TrauariRuratloii of Jesus." Tho entitl
ing service will bo hold In the Ma
sonic Hall nt 7:30, siibjot "Slit aitd
Halvatlou." The llllile' olasa Mill
meet nt tho UoiHtnerolal Club riMim
at 10 a. nt. Regular Sunday school
seslon at the Star Theatre nt tho Mm'
hour. Ross I'.trnbani, superlnltHi
dent. Tho chulr will meet on Mon
day night nt Mrs. lira's lusiond i(
on Thuiaday night.
Hlrnogntphrr nt The Itullrllii of.
lire ulll tiiUe riipylng ami K''irnil
typew riling urk nt rrmxiimble rnte
Hii' the brunt If lit palli-ru of Llbliy
rut glnw iiuiv on dUpliiy nt Fuller
(iivic t'M:n:i,i,ui heiivich.
Good barber aervtceT That U
what you want, of course. Them U
oiih shop In llend where you nlwnfs
get this, nt I hum A imldson's, trn
Orogon street near Wall, Iiiiips k
Davldson'a Is tho ioueer barber nhifp
of the ally, nnd thoy hnvit, ity tholr
eourtoous nnd auiierlur aervte.
Knlntd large patntnngo. That
haircut nnd shave that yuu neml
! Iwll.r gut them at Iiihm H l)v4-
Special Attontlnn to
All arrangements made for persona
desiring to go south and east of hero