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THE BEND BULLETIN
tifeOitata PAI.MKll PUTNAM
Editor ntut Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
llOllliftlT V. SAWY13U
An Independent nowapanor Bland
Ing for tlio squaw dtittt, olunn busi
ness, otenn polltlos and tho best ln
tereata of, llond nml Coutrnl Oregon.
uno year ?1.G0
tilx montlis .SO
Thrco months. ............ . .CO
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in reasonable tlmo the, paper will bo
Ploaso notify us promptly of any
cnange or. nuurose, or oi inuuro w rv
celvo the paper regularly.
Make a,ll ohMka and orttocs pay
able to ftond Bulletin.
The lltillcUn lias been designated
by tho County Court of CrooU CMuniy
to ptihlMi olllolnlly ntl the proceed
ings of tlio court.
vatlon of a certntn acreage to tho ex
penditure of n certain amount on the
claim, It Jmla ntl liomostondB nnd nil
acttlors on an equality. Thoro la
much dlfforouco between putting 20
acres of sagobruah land In cultiva
tion and tho same amount of stump
land, Hut n dollar' worth of Im
provement Is tho Bnme In both cases.
In this rospct the homestead Is now
on the same footing iib the mining
Claim with Its requirement df an
mini nwossmont work.
To Senator Hornh Is duo tho credit
fur having pushed this nmendmeut
through the Senate. It Is to be hoped
that no delay will bo Interposed In
from their droam. III weather pro
dlcUoua nlwajs ho a Joho?
It wa nn KtiglMi whip with an
KnjjltMi ertuv nnd tin Aiticrtniii pitxoh
cor , Two xtowanU were having
a hiittd itlterviilliui nnd pouring forth
iiiinthi'iims iiimui tiirli ntlwrV heads,
whiMt na u eiowuliiK In-mlt once nnld to
the other. "Aw. von intta Just like n
WHPNH5DAY. JULY 16, 191.
Crook county's two demonstration
fnrniB have been alltiwed to die. At
least, they are dead bo far as prac
tical uso this season Ib concerned.
Tho fault is the County Court's,, for
that body ivemlngty negtootcd to
take any action or rccognlxe the
claims of this important branoh of
county development to financial
Beonomy Is an oxcellent cry, and
vise eqonomy Is an excellent virtue.
Hut penny -wteo and pound foolish
Is worse than no economy at all, and
certainly the abandonment of the
agricultural stations at this time Is
a species of penny parsimony that )s
far more foolish than wise. Crook
county nmli these farms, and It Is
an amazing pity, and one that should
be reseatAl by every farmer, every
settler and every business man that
their support bas been withhold by
tho county's governing body. And If
Its aeUon Is tho outgrowth of tho
apparent rupture between its moni
bers, or due solely to tho reaction
ary character of its presiding officer.
the citizenship of tho county would
do well to make such Insistent de
mand for sane progresslreness In
this matter that even the blindest
and most solf-centerad official t III
be coniifajled to give heed.
And along the some line, as point
ed out by Dean Cordley, Is tho big
opportunity which taw recently en
acted agricultural-aid law bas cre
ated. If Crook county appropriate
from $1000 to $4000 for agricultur
al betterment, under the auspkee of
the O. A. C. the. state ooatrlbutee
a like amount. How better could
$2000 bo spent? How could It ac
complish more lasting good to all
classes of taxpayers? In whoso hands
could It bettor be entrusted than to
those of the provedly-ehlolent O. A.
But no doubt the court will bicker
and cavil and "economize" and ac
complish nothing more than to dis
gust the entire county with Its Inof
foetlveness. I,et the now settlers and
the old farmers go to blazes, while
days and days of court sittings are
consumed with insane braying over
gasoline bills and similar matters of
And on the other hand. let us have
conventions and meetings andland
shows and dlnnora tlnd auto trips, all
replete with exponse, oratory, and
Lot us have this and the other,
that Is, until tho people who iiay the
bills awake to, the faot that oirtolal
bunoombo on one band, and publlolty
and pleasurable froth on tho other,
nro vastly less Important than curing
for the man on the ground helping
him to win the fullest measure of
succose. Aid the furmer with his
problems, make tlio newaomer con
tented and all tho rest of It can be
What Central Oregon needs Is
more content In the foundation walls
and less red paint on the roof.
According to scientific nnnoiinoo
meats, experts soon wilt be able l.
proillet one summer Just what the
weather will be tlio next year. This
Is heralded as a great beon to farm
ers. Hut the farmers wtll get nwful-
ty fooled unlace theee forecasters do
a lot better than was attempted by
the weather bureau last weok, when
the U. S. forestry o dices sent out a
bulletin warning against n "hot dry
oast wind" that would sweep ovor
Oregon. No one oxcopt "experts"
over noticed thnt heat, and even they
probably got a chill before waking
JL i v
J ni II M
"Had nil my iinmi'jr tukt-u Inst night.
Wnfco up liwirtug siiiiik nue In I tin
room Itenrhrd under the pillow for
my revolver, but didn't alioou
"Why didn't ym"
"I'd W n wldowur If 1 hiul.,-London
"Do von iM'lb'Ve m tnten-dro garden
ing. Mr HmmUiy iixked tlio vltdlor.
"Well, rather." wild Mrs (Inernko.
"I Heut nil niHt winter raining one
grrnnltim tu ti soap fct." Harper's
XOTICH OV FINAL HUTTMtMKXT.
Notlco Is hereby given bu the un
dersigned that he has made nnd tiled
with the clerk of tho County Court
of Crook County, Oregon, his Html
account as administrator of tho ea
tntu q( Paul O. Yolstad, deceased, and
that said court has set Monday, the
Ith day of August. 1913, nt 10
o'clock a. m. at the County Court
room In Prlnevlllo, Oregon, as tho
tlmo and plaoo for the hearing and
settlement of aald final account, at
which time nnd place any porson In
terested may appear and object to
Dated this 2d day of July, 4913.
As tho Administrator of tho Kstatc
of Paul O. Vclstad, Deceased.
C. S. ilonsou, Attorney for tho Admin
A DB8IRADLK CHANGE
Thja amended, homestead act which
passed tho Senate last week will
prove a great boon to homesteaders,
in Oregoii and Washington, ospcclaL
! to those on the so-called stump
lands west of the Cascades. Changing
Cp;ntil T 0.uR air t n(d. C. C
July 16, 1913
I went this morning
to the grocery. I had
a basket on my arm I
got the basket full of
things and brought
them home Mama said
1 wa3 a good trader.
This is what I got and
this is what I paid:
2 boxes of raspberries
3 cucumbers for 25c.
2 lbs string beans 25c
2 lbs peas 25c
P S. I got the
things good and cheap
because I went to
NOTICK I'Olt Pl'IM.K'ATIO.Y.
Deportment of tho Interior, U. S.
Land Office nt Tho Dalles, Orogon,
tluno :4th. 1913.
Notice Is hereby given that Pat
rick Mogan, assignee of Maurice P.
Cashman, assignee of Karl 11. Hous
ton, of Hend, Orogon, who on Aug
ust iCtb, 1009, mado desert land on-
try No. 05198. (or SKWNKVi. sec
tion i. township 17 south, range 12
east, Willamette Meridian, has Html
notice of Intention to make final
Hoofing of nil kinds. IlepuirtnK
J. A. HacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
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Clean Plastering Sand -
When the small particles of sand nre
coated with dirt or othor foreign
matter, the lime cannot come into
intimate contact with the sand par
ticles, thus reducing the cohesive
strength and making a weak plaster
' Bolton, Ruetenik and May
Washed Sand and Screened Gravel
I" fll' "" mil i i I
c ' ;. ,Bend, Oregon,
FRANK MAY, Manager.
proof, tu UHtnbllsh claim to tho land
nbovo described, beforo II. C. Kills,
V, H, Commissioner, at Hunt!, Ore
gon, on tho Uth day of August, 101,1.
Claimant uamea as witnesses:
Albort Ilarrymnu, August Itullburg,
Hugh II. llntnum nnd Miuirlco P
Cuslnunn, nil of Ho ml, Oregon.
li. piunic wooncoaic,
Hlv louvvi of frexli In end for !Mc,
it Iomvc.h of stale btrail for 10c, chick
en btviiil AOc it sack, .American linker)-,
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We have now a full lino of Sash ami Doom
in stock. . Ui'injc us your odd sizes, Wo
meet const prices.
Doors $1.60, $1.75 and up
Screen Doors and Windows.
Let us figure with you.
Bend Sash and Door Co.
Stop the Loss Fires are Unnecessary
Brick is absolutely (ire 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 doors 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
measures its fire proof qualities.
Burned clay is the only building material that has been
through the fire before you get it, in such a manner that it will
resist fire. All combustible material is burned out of the brick
before you get it.
WHEN YOU BUILD USE BRICK.
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' For residence property or factory
sites, write or call on the BEND
PARK COMPANY, owners of
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For Descriptive Literature, etc., address
BEND PARK COMPANY '
455 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash. ; '
First National Bank Building Bend, Oregon. '
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