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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1913)
THR BEND TIVMJCTtNi RENIN WKDNKHDAY, At'IUfc 3, IBM.
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MUCH FREEJSE TIMBER
Forcat Service Aids the Settlers on
rom July 1 to Decombor 31, 1912
free uso permits for 120,000 feet,
board measure, of timber wore Issued
by ttao DoschutcB Natlonnl Forest of
ficials to settlors on homesteads In
Contrnl Oregon. Most of theso
homesteaders Hvo southeast of llcnd
irom 20 to 60 miles. The forestry
people also gavo 44,000 foot for tho
erection of a church at Slaters.
Most of tho timber given tho
settlers was In fence posts, poles and
wood for fuel. It was dead timber
mostly and was cut under tho di
rection of tho forest rangers.
Tho government has Issued an
ordor to forest supervisors Instruct
ing them to toll to settlors and
farmers who reside on land ndjacont
to tho resorves saw timber for uso
on their lands at the rnto of CO cents
n thousand feet board measure. This'
Is figured to bo tho actual cost of nd-,
ministering tho sales by the govern
BLACKFEET INDIANS IN GRASS DANCE ON BROADWAY.
Deeds and Other Instrument Filed
With County Clerk at Prlnevltle.
Ueud Park Co. to George T. Van
devecr. It 15. 16, 17, 18. blk 120,
1st add to Bend Park.
W. A. Loldlaw to Hamilton Co.,
nw-Unett. nVinwtt. sec. 16-16-11.
Willis II. Lesh to 11. J. Le Claire,
U 11, blk 15. Center add.. Bend. $100
James E. Reed to Standard Oil Co.,
part of tract 16, Lytlo acres. Bend.
Archie Tattlo to J. J. Rupp, nHaU
of soU. sec. 3-18-10. $100.
Tho .Bend Co. to A. J. Klcpscr, It
1, blk 36, Center add.. Bend.
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H. G. FARRIS
Operating Rcgulnrly Dotwccn
BEND AND BURNS
WAS NOT TAKEN TO JAIL.
John Cllngan, who was In town
yesterday; fr.oun his homestrpd at
Horse Ridge, stated that ho was not
arrested recently and taken to Prlno
vlllo Jail. Ho went over with Deputy
Sheriff Wenandy to the county scat,
he says, without a warrant having
been served on him. A number of
prominent citizens, Including tho
county Judge, told tho prosecuting
attorney that his record In tho coun
ty was the best and ho was told that
he could return home and that If ho
was wanted further he would bo no
tified by letter, ho states. Mr. Clin
gan Is an old time resident of Crook
and recently filed on a homestead
southeast of town.
BOY GOES TO TRAINING SCHOOL.
John G. Kllpack of the Boys and
Girls' Aid Society of Portland has
been cruising through Crook county
for the lost week, visiting young
folks under his charge and looking
up now cases. Monday, while ho was
here, George Splndler, the 7-year-old
son of, Mr. and Mrs. George Splndler,
was given over to tho charge of tho
Oregon State Training School, with
his parents' consent. Judge Springer
being on hand to commit him. He
was taken to Salem this morning by
Rev. E. C. Newkam. pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 a. in and at
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Epworth league at 6:45 p. m on
Sunday. Choir practice Thursday at
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 7:30 p. m. Junior League at
3 p. m. Sunday.
The new order of worship will be
instituted at the Presbyterian ser
vices Sunday, the Gth, at the Star
Theatre, the pastor assisted by tho
choir and congregation. Subjects of
sermons: 11 a. m., "Jephtba and
His Daughters;" 7:30 p. m., "Ruth,
Naomi and Boar." Sunday school at
10 a. m., Ross Farnbam, supt.
Sunday services: Tcachors meet
ing at 9 a. m., Bible school at 9: 5,
preaching at 11, subject "The
Strength of a Deep Conviction."
Brotherhood meeting at 3 p. m.
Young peoplo's meeting at 6:30.
Preaching at 7:30, subject "A For
gotten Dream." Wednesday evonlng
prayer meeting at 7:30. Thursday
evening choir practice in the church
at 7:30. Edwin George Judd, pastor.
A Ugil Vliw of It
First Lawyer 1 was luoklug over my
dot's geometry lesxon last nlgnt 1
was quite interested In that proposi
tion that the, three angles of a triangle
are equal to two right angles. Second
Lawyer That Isn't very complicated.
First Lawyer No. but I was trying to
think what a mau could da if be bad
the other side of tho case. Puck.
"Excuse me." wild the caller, "but do
you practice medicine?"
"Yes." said the doctor.
Then 1 must apologize for having
Intruded. I want somebody who knows
his buxlnexs.,1 cau't let npybody prac
tice on me," said the visitor. Burner's
"What s tbo matter John Yon look
"1 can't make out whether this piece
cifpaper I nTiil In my nockt U a latin,
dry ticket or a scrap from our elmpll.
fled spelling .meeting." Baltimore
BUckfeet Tribe Performs !n Honor of Women Along Street.
New York, March 20th, 1913, Broad
way was treated to an Indian danco
yesterday when Bit; Top and ten Dlack
feet Indians, here to see tho sights in con
nection with the Second Annual Travel
and Vacation Show, performed in honor
of tho women along tho "Gay White
Way." To music of tom-toms they
danced for several minutes in front of tho
offices of the Great Northern Railway
which furnished them a special, car from
Glacier National Park reservation, Mon
tana. The above picture shows the
Indians camped on tho roof of the Hotel
McAlnin, living in tepees and cooking
their food in pots, loaned them by Mana
ger Boomer, who is entertaining them.
The Indians are in chorea of ''Ills Jim"
Shoemaker of Montana. They arrived
in Jersey City Sunday and where brought
to New York on tho ferry. At the first
sight of tho skyscrapers Chief Three
Bears, who is 80 years old offered prayers.
Tho band was awc-ntrickcn.
Chief Big Top, tho tribe orator, was
asked what hU tribe thought of the city.
He likened tho high buildings to moun
tains in Glacier Park.
Those in tho band arc. Big Ton, leader,
Three Bears, Medicine Owl and snUaw,
White Calf and squaw, Long-Tlmo-i3loci,
Fish Wolf Kobe, Laiy Boy and Cccilo
Ground, 8 years old, tho daughter of a
Carlisle School student.
The band will bo in New York for ten
days In connection with tho Second
Annual Travel anil Vacation Show at tho
Grand Central Pol ace, New York City.
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HUNTER & STAATS
Office In Sathcr Brick Building
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
Brick is absolutely fire proof in any ordinary conflagration.
Brick Buildings never burn, although they are sometimes
injured by falling timbers or combustible interior woodwork.
A brick building is absolutely fire proof if wire glass is used
in the windows and if burned clay floors are used.
An interior fire in such a building is confined to the room in
which it originates; no outside fire can attack it.
The proportion of burned clay in a building construction
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Burned day is the only building material that has been
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WHEN YOU BUILD USE BRICK. ' '
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