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TIIR IlKNI) lIUf.LKTM, IIBNI), WKIINKHPAY, IIKCKMI1HII 4, 1013.
A. R, ROGERS HAS OPTI
Uiuly Ihmdnptneiil of Timber Ho
Minim Will Come, lilt: Tlmbernwii
Hnyit Witm AhuIiiM Kt
m IjiiiiI Value In Ntnlo.
Tim following article, written by A.
It, Honor, tho IiIk tlmliuniiHii or Mill-
fc""fyoll, wlm tin ixtonlv holdliiR
In Coiitrnl Orcxoii, show whnl ono of
tint "IiIk men" thlukn of thin country
jiiiiI It future. Tho lottor Is reprint
d from tlio Novumhor 20 Uauo of
I nin ery hnppy to comply with
t'niir u-tahoa na nxnremod III your lot-
tor of Urn 7th und kIvo my views a
to whnl till election limy murttt to
tho husliiens men of tho country.
In thu flrt plnce, I do not noiiovo
thnt simply because tho country lui
.ecu fit lo honor (lovernor Wilson
with election to tho Mit of I'realrieiil
of tho United Htnle. It In nny way In
illcnto thnt wo nro headed tnwnnl
linnl time Jusl liecaiiMJ of n Demo
I bollevo Hint (Jovcrnor Wilson I
ono of tin' lilg mn of tho tluiu nmt
that ho will appreciate tho roponl
dlllty of hi position niul ondertnka
nothing which In hi Judgment nntl
In tho Judgment of hi advisor will
lio to tho disadvantage of tho country
it n whole, I bollevo nlso thnt they
will hnudlu tho tnrlff ouostlnu with
rnro no thnt It will not disturb tho
Ininlnc Interests, mid Hint their
hnuilllUK of other questions will lio
boh n it nnd nnu.
Tho fnct of (lurernor Wilson' bo
Iiik elected l' such mi overwhelming
oto la evldoiiro thnt tlm people hnvo
coiilldciieo In hi administration. The
country nt tho prosonl tlmo la In mi
exceedlnuly prosperous condition,
Ilouutlful crop, plenty of work mid
factories running full force liiaurea
(or nnothcr twelvo tunntha n conlln
iintlon of thl prosperity. hnrrliiR
itomo political upheaval. Hhould
I'rovldcnco favor ua with continued
iriinil rniim for n iterlod of year. I
can see nothing to Inlerfcro with
continued prosperity under Demo
cratic or Itopuhtlcaii ndmlnUtrntloii.
Tlio country la blRgor limit any par
ty. Ho far na your lininmllnto territory
Ih concerned! Now thnt olccllou la
over( mid ospoclnlly lunsmtitth nn tho
people liuvo voted ORitliwl tlio lnltiil
toim hIiirIq tnx meniuro, thoro hould
lie, mill iinduiilitodly will ho, ontly
development of tho in a rii 1 11 cent Um
ber resources' of your noctwn. Ore
gon linn wonderful resources, mid It
future, provldod It ndmluliiterH It
own nffiilrn In n mine niminor,
should roup tho hoiiolltn of thoso re
NOiirceM nnd experience yunrs of con
It lin Hooinod to mo thnt ono HiIiik
the nectlou of tho country In which
you live nhould do, which would re
dound to II honullt n much na any
thliiKi I thnt nil posalhly can ho done
to not people Into the ntuto. Do not
Hold tho vnluo of your farm land nt
n rldlciitoun or uurenHonnhlo price;
hcII them chenp If nocossnry In order
to net pooplo Into tho country. You
cannot hnvo n maximum of prosperi
ty without mi IncreniliiK population,
niul it long nn tho price of farm Innda
la nt thu oiit nt which It la to ho
found nt tho prcnont time, I frnr
there will lie miiiio delay In tlm sot
tloinent of the name.
Tho people through thl section of
the country feel very much relieved
now Hint election I over, mid nro
now aettlliiR down to liiialnea Juat nn
lhnuk.li nothliiK Imd hnppened. It wo
nro anno mid aouiid In our huilnca
methodn wo need hnvn nothing to fear
from the ndmlnlitrntlon of Gover
nor Wilson uny morn tluiu wo would
hnvn of I'rcaldent Tuft.
I mu very much plonacd to know
thnt your paper I taking the post
lion It In on Hi run uuosllniin d
truit It mny nlwayn coutlnuo to do
Appreciating tlio opportunity of
expressing lo you my vlewa In tho
mutter, which nro purely personal
after nil, I nin,
Your very truly,
A. It. IIOOKHB.
Niyrit'i: ion ri'iit.u'ATioN.
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
I .niul Oltlce at Tho Dnlle. OroKon,
Novemher 29lh, 1012,
Notice la herohy Riven thnt lloltort
l. Do Oourcy of llend, UreRon, who
on Novamlter 19th, 1908, nmdo home-
Ntend entry No. 01711 for KtfHWU
mid WHHKU. section 19, towiuhlp
20 south, rntiRO 11 east, Wlllamotlo
Meridian, lina tiled notlco of Intention
to mnko flnnl flve-yenr proof, to ca
tahllsh clnlm to the Inuil nhovo des
cried, before II. C. Kill, U. H. Com
mlMloner, nt his oltlce nt llend, Ore-
Ron, on tho Uth day of January,
Claimant name na witnesses:
Mnrtln J. Main. Luther Mctke, John
W. Usher anil (loorRo W. Hhrlnor, all
of llend, Ort'Ron.
39-13 C. W. MOOIti:, UoRlfler.
We do not Give Trading Stamps
CflBuy your groceries of
us, we can save you from
five to ten per cent. Trade
where your DOLLAR
goes the farthest.
l. b: misener
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
DeedH mill Oilier Inxlnmirnto l''llel
Willi I'oiiuly tlerk nt IVInevlllo.
A, I . I IiiiIboii to N. U, do Vrlca,
noVino'i. sec. 33-18-12.
Nnucy V.. Ixiwoll to N. (1. do Vrlcs,
sovcu-nlxtlolh Interest to ditch ncrosn
nVt, sec. 3C, mid y hoc. 24-18-12.
"John lllos to K, M. Tnllot, noVi
soU. noUtoViswH, noUwoMi.
sec. 12-H-9. $1000.
The llend Comnnny to Orecnwood
Investment Company. Iota 4 and C,
Mock 30; It 13, Mk 31, Contor add.,
V. M. McCulley to A. E. Imblor.
RoVisoV.. soUswVi. sec 31-15-11;
Ita 4, C, C, rec. 0-1C-11, $7000.
1'acnia Helm of Charlotto K. Me
(lillvray, osoVi. sec. 2MH-12; w
swVi, sec. 19-18-13.: to Adrlcn T.
Coioinan, wV4nwW, uoUnwU, nwU
no1, sec. 32-18-2S.
A COMMKNDAIII.i: SKHIICH.
(Klamnth Falls Northwestern.)
Tho llend Hullctln Is runnlnR a
commendable series of lottor from
men altout tho United Mates, Riving
their vlowa uion tho prosiwrlty of
tho country, as Indicated by tho elec
tion of a Democratic President.
1IAMITON VAM.KV IIOAD.H.
To tho Kdllor of Tho Hullctln:
Bottlers In tho homestead district
75 mile southeast of llend liavo been
much dellRhted with tho Improve
ments of tho county roads of late,
t EVERY MORNING at
BEFOI1E YOU SEND A.WAY FOR IT,
drop in ntjtliis store nnd
Two fills hnvo been put In over tho
' river bed" and tho road Is graded
and iut Into an oxtra good condition
from llrooklnes' rondhouso lo the
county lino. This stretch of road
whero hullt will affect nbout 10 or 12
settler and ntso passes tho Hamp
ton llutto townslte.
Tho road hag long tccn wanted as
tho teni(iorary road has mainly been
kept up by donations. Many com
plaint liavo been made by tho travel
InR public. There era two good wa
tering places along this short p ceo
of road, ono at Schroder's and tho
other at Mrs. Bhcppard's, this tc!ng
another great gain to tho travel on
Now, In opiKisltlon to this county
r : .-, ,-v s w jim
buy your overcoat and
save money. We have
them good onesfrom
Q.50 up. You will also
find in our large stock
$4.50 and up.
$2 and up to $6.50
per garment, irom 50c
for men, women, children
Rubbers and Raincoats
OwUM llv fW.
from $10 to $25
R. M. SMITH
"Everythlnfr to Wear for Men Who Care."
road, there has been a prlvato road
built by the proprietor of tho Ilrook
Ings roadhouie, running south from
Ilrooklngs aa far as to the rim rock !
and then Into the county road about 1
three miles from tho county lino. I
It Is understood that the traveling'
public has been misled, and tho coun
ty road represented as Impassable;
and through such methods the party
hsa succeeded In getting funds by do
nations for the building of said prl
vato road. Tho real reason for this
private road scorns to Ins fear of com
petition In tho roadhouae business.
Tho road In not nny shorter than
tho county rosd, and will be kept up
by donation. It might be left to the
public to scttlo which road should
have tho travel.
Itolyat. November 29. 1912.
just Across the River
- BEND'S MOST DESIRABLE CLOSE-IN RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Every lot commands a view of the City, River and Mountains. KENWOOD is only four blocks
v from the business center of the city, and HAS SIDEWALKS TO THE PROPERTY,
'" ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND A WATER SYSTEM.
:' Bend is destined to be the metropolis of Central Oregon, and Kenwood will be to Bend as
, Capitol Hill is to Seattle, and Canon Hill to Spokane.
If you are going to invest in residence property in Bend, don't buy until you have seen
.1. KENWOOD. Prices range from $75.00 to $250.00 per lot, easy terms.
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QREQON f AND . IMMIGRATION (COMPANY
J. RYAN, SALES AQENT.
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