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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1913)
BKND RULLKT1N, I1KNJ), ORR., WKDNKHDAY, RtiPTKMttKK 10, IDlrt.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Krcry Wcdncstlnjr)
GEORGE PAhMER PUTNAM
Kdttur nnd Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
KODEIIT W. SAWYER
An Independent nowapnnor Btnml
!ng for tho sqtinro denl, clean busi
ness, clenn politics nnd tho beat In-ioresta-of
Dend nnd Central Oroson.
uno year $1-60
Six months .50
Three months. . . .50
Court to do something toward more
and better roads In tho county. That
Is something Tor which to bo sincere
Alfred D. fridge, who recently ac
companied tho party of Northern Pa
cific Immigration agents to (lend, had
an article In tho Oregon Journal Sun
day on llond and tho Hond country,
llo cites numerous Instances of suc
cessful farming, and quotes Secretary
Ciould of the Commercial Club nt
length on the opportunities here.
Pictures of the flrsi carload of llol
steln dairy cows Imported, of the
Stnsts clover Hold and of tho Nortl)
cannl dam accompany tho article.
Tho double traclc nrovonta tho
heRd-on collision. What the Now
Haven road now wants Is something
that will do away with the rear-end
variety. A trad; for each train would
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1913
PUBLIC PAKK ON METOL1US.
Over on tho Mctollus river gov
ernment employes have been busy
this summer, and still are, making a
land classification In other words,
they are making a thorough study of
tho soil of land that Is now within
tho Deschutes National Forest, to do
tcrmlno Its value tor agricultural
purposes. This lanu is now covereu
with a fine growth of yellow pine
timber, but people of that section
have examined the soil nnd, believ
ing It capable of producing good
crops, have made applications for
homesteads. Through this territory
runs tho beautiful Metotlua river, a
stream that Is fast, becoming noted
for its delightful recreation oppor
tunities. What the outcome of tho twrvoy
will bo is. of course, as yet Impossible
in nredict- However. It seems rca-
bonably probable that a recommend
ation will bo made to tho Washing
ton officials to open the land for
settlement, after the timber has been
sold by tho government, cut and re
moved. This will requlro somo
years, no doubt, but It Is not too
early for Central Oregon people who
do not wish to sco one of the finest
outing places of the state destroyed,
to begin thinking the matter over
and planning to preserve a strip
along the river as a national park,
tinder tho big pines, by the crystal
clear and cold waters of tho Metollufl
Js an Idoal place for camping trips.
Tho fishing is good, the air Is Incom
parable, and the sunshine and shado
make it delightful for resting the
mind and body and forgetting tho
cares and worries of the world.
There will be somo. naturally, who
will opposo Buch a proposed , park.
It may mean that they will bo de
prived of a small strip of land that
they might otherwise homestoad.
while the general public will share
the benefits from that land. Hut
there will be other land available for
raising crops, whereas If the outing
possibilities or the jueiouus nre de
stroyed, there will be left a void that
cannot possibly be filled" there Is
only ono such stream and one such
a place for recreation. Tho govern
ment sets asldo other less favored
spots for public parks, and there Is
no legitimate reason. It seems, why
such action should not be taken In
' this case. If the matter Is ably pre
sented to the proper ofllclals, when
the time comes,- favorable results
may be the outcome. In the mean
time, It is not too early to have the
matter In mind and It Is a matter
that should Interest all the people
of Central Oregon especially and
those of western Oregon to a lesser
"Kvory foot of tho 220 acres will
shortly be sowed to grass," says an
exchange. Some Job, this, ns sowing
srsKs and earth together must bo a
SPRINGER ISSUES INJUNCTION
Uyt'o Acre Owner Don't Wnnt to Pay
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
PHINEVILLE, Sept. 10. A tem
porary Inlnnctlon was Kranteri bv
County Judge Springer yesterday re
straining the city of Uend from col
lecting sewer assessments levied
against certain property owners In
Lytlo Acre Tracts Of llcnd .Although
Circuit Court was In session no effort
was made to obtain the Injunction
from Judge llrndshaw. City Attor
ney Forbes says that tho plaintiffs
will be called upon to appear boforo
Judge Hradshnw at Tho Dalles later
to argue, when ho will ask for a dis
missal of the temporary Injunction.
Tho plaintiffs n this case
are J. E. Kecd, Charles Prlngle. F.
M. Kay, Martin It. Knutson. Corn A.
Hrosterhnus, It. G. Dowser. II. E.
Jones nnd Hlchnrd King. The com
plaint alleges that the city Is con
structing the sewer Itself In violation
of the provisions of tho charter and
that the assessments were not levied
In accordance with tho special bene
fits derived by the property owners in
Lytle and those In the uptown dis
trict. 11. II. DoArmond appeared as
attorney for tho plaintiffs.
USEFUL PREMIUMS OFFERED
tM Hallway Taking Much lntcrott
In County Fairs.
L. M. Foss. traveling agent for tho
Oregon-Washington Hallway, has In
duced his road to oner somo vwu
ablo prumliium for exhibits nt the
county fairs In Central Orogon this
fall, Instead of beautiful gold nnd
Bllver cups that nro useless except
for llloa to travel over.
At the Prlnovllle fair a light farm
waguu worth $76, u set of harness
worth $75 and a cup are offered. At
tho Itedmund potato show n Ci2
tooth harrow, a 1-i-ltich plow, a po
tato cultivator nnd a combination
potato cultivator and hlller will bo
given. For tho Madras fair the road
will award a Kimball cultivator wo,tn
$80. and at Tygh Valley's Southern
Wasco County Fair a 10-Inch plow Is
Mr. Foss says thnt In all probnbll.
Ity he will be ablo to secure some
thing In the way of premiums . for
the Laldlaw fair also.
Ft) It ItE.VT l.nri:o atoru. modern
front, tlopd location. Apply to F. . V. c?i I VuV H lifer's ii
0. Minor. Decchulcs Hank. 27lf I'urk Aaitlll'.ii. HI,rl,for irtVf
roachod, wt nhout 000 i wan with folding enmora, Will pay difference.
brown uinro near Crescent when last
seen. Ho was branded with circle
on lefMilitd leg. Auiiu Market. 27tf
FOU UKNT Clover and ntrnlfu
pasture for cows. M,. (l. Coo.
FOU KENT Furnished oabln $B
a mouth. W. II. Leah, lot 11, blk Hi,
Center Addition. 12tf
FOU UWNT--Thrco comfortable
rooms centrally located, Suitable for
family. Uunnlng wntur and eleutrlo
lights. Very modurnte. Inquire nt
llullotln ollloo. tf
P, O. Ilox 203 20-27i
FOU 8AIJ3 Throe-room house,
cow and chickens. Martin Hafnium,
near Ainuriciiii llekory. 2(I-28i
FOU BAhi: -oO bond of high grade
Jeisey limforM from 8 mo. old to a
yr, old. About in hond ( he ficwli
this fall. Wrlto for jmr'tlouliira. F.
II. Prelffur, Albany, Ore. 2iJ.2f.ip
FOU BAMO flood Driving or sad
dle horse uhtmp. Inquire nt Uuud
FOU HAI.H New Homo sowing
WANTED Cook. Apply at Jones
Dairy. ' 27tf
I IS I 111 I
For Kale. '
Advertisement Inserted under till
heading nt the rate or one cent n
won) for tach In-ertlon. Discount on
extended Insertion. Charge are
tuijable In iiihuiire except for nilver
llers having a regular account with
The lliilletlu. AH paid advertise
ments Vfllt be xMrd In The Uullctin
otitic nt the time of receipt.
KKDMOXD I.OSKS AT Pltl.NKVIM.H
lledmond and Prlnevllle tennis
players met on the court at the
county seat Sunday, seven matches
being played. Prlnevltle won five of
theso. Henry McCall. the crack
player who was to have met Moore,
iceunioml s star, was not on hand to
play. Noxt Sunday Hond players will
go to lledmond for tho last meet of
the season before tho big tourna
ment here. It Is desired that as
many others besides the regular
players go don as possible
Ixst and Found.
FOUND- Lady's grny coat.
FOR SALE Green tomatoes, live
cents a pound. M. G. Coe.
FOR SALE 320 acres In tho Fort
Rock country, $500 Improvements on
place. Address W. R. Gay, Uend 28i
FOR SALE Dining room table,
work table, lamps; 4-hole range In
good condition for $15, can be colled;
Iron pump, geraniums, L. D. Wlest.
FOR 8ALE-J-TWO room house at
block 9. lot 1C. Park Addition. Also
fence, chicken house, etc. Easily re
moved. Inquire nt house. 37-2Sp
FOR SALE All kinds or rough
and dressed lumber, nt Anderson
llros sawmill half way between Uend
land Laldlaw, on old Tumalo road.
j Reasonable prices, rough lumber $10
por M. Delivering to Uend or Laid-
FOR BALE Llftht WNKOit. $18.
See L. A. W. Nixon. 2ltf
FOR SALE Cabin Pour Uend Co.
mill. Inquire nt Uullctin ollloo, ICtf
FOR SALE -Tho Altnmont Hotel
building and furniture, all now and
first class. J. A. Eastes. 4tf
FOR BALE Good property on
Wall and Hond streets, alto In Ken
wood. For particulars apply to H.
C. Ellis. mr
FOU SALE All kinds or common
lumber nt McNiuight & Gortnon's
mill, on Hcnd-Uurns road. Also, wn
cut any kind or orders on short
Wrlto or call on
niiiln u ii ii ""!' " a.WiiriiiM.m
- Arrived , 8 n, in,
Leaves 830 i, in.
,.V. It. .V N. CO.
Arrived ...7:45 p. in,
Leaven 7I2G n, m.
4 HTAdH LINE SOUTH..
ArrlvoM 7i30 p. tn,
J.ouvim 10 ',, in,
Cms dally tu Munis and points
south and snuthenst. -
General delivery open dally 10
n, in. Jo 0:30 p. in.
Gefiiirnl delivery open Hiimtny
10:30 n. in. to 11 it. m.
Railway mall closes 7 p. in.
Western Union dally 0-12;
1-0; 7-10. -
Western Union Hundny 8-10 and
TELEPHONE HOUHfi. f
Pioneer Co. dally 7 n. in. to 0 p.
Ploncor Co. Huiiday R-12; C-8 .
!.' law $2 per M. Telephone. 19tf
quire at Sanitary Harbor Shop. 27tf kOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 22
ron gray horso with mane cnl. Winchester rlflo repeater for
lllfi 1'IKIf AT HEISIXG'S.
Tho event of tho week-end at
Helsing's on the Metoiius was tho
catch by Charles Swalley of Laldlaw
of n 30-Inch Dolly Varden trout In
Jack Creek. The fish was a phe
nomenally heavy one for his length,
measuring seven inches wide. Among
the visitors nt Helsing's were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Jordan of Grandvlew,
Mr. and Mrs. Q. P. Putnam. J. H.
Putnam and Earl I), Houston of
Uend. At Allen's place on the Me
toiius Tom I-awflon. the Hoston fi
nancier, and his son-in-law, Henry
McCall, were guests.
MRS. FERUKLL CRITICALLY ILL.
Mrs. Ferrell. jvlfe of Dr. Ferrell.
has been at the point of death tor
several days, and but little hope has
iieen entertained tor her recovery.
She Is suffering from kldnoy trouble
This editorial column does not run
the forest service . this . week with ""l"""?- fo?'" Vlf.
malign nfnrot timitr nt lint ml ll AP I " - n visisu. uti i.tfit
jiwv ,wrf - i,iii c ....! i
through accidental chance. Two
matters in this direction, however.
seem to merit comment.
When one travels on the trails In
the reserves everr cross roads, or
"cross trails," holds a pleasant sur
prise a surprise which Is all the
more surprising because of Its odd
contrast to the roads of Crook county.
It Is that every trail, crossing and
turning is marked; a legible, uniform
sign In each Instance directs the trav.
eier, who Is accurately informed not
only where the various trails lead
but also regarding distance to
points. In all of which the county
might find a profitable example, for
today It is far easier to go astray on
the wagon roads than it Is on the
forest reserve trails.
Secondly, the promised and now
apparently assured co-operrftlve ac
tion of the forest service with the
county In the construction of a road
from Bend to Sparks Lake Is an ad
mirable examplo of progressive ad
ministration of the reserves. That
road would not have materialized had
not the forest officials themselves
taken the initiative and called upon
the county for financial aid. And
now that the money la forthcoming
the national treasury paying equal
ly with that of the county and with
the forestry men in charge of the
expenditure, there seems reason to
believe that next summer Uend will
have access to one of the most de
lightful regions In the stale over a
road which easily will hold Its own
with any scenic highway In the
Whatever the praise or blame due
forest conservation from an economic
standpoint, there can lie no boubt
that so far as this section la con
cerned Uncle Sam's administration of
his preserves, from -tho viewpoint of
popular appeal, Is gaining strength.
And in the meantime the effects of
the recent and forthcoming "opening
up" of reserve lands will be watched
with interest to how great an ex
tent will these lands actually be
There was a time when the United
States forest service was considered
by a lot of people as a detriment
rather than a benefit to the country.
Hut this opinion seems to be rapidly
changing, and the forest service is
coming to be held at Its proper
worth. The people of Uend are
esneciallv Indebted to it for ita co
operation In road work. It takes!
the Initiative and arouses the County J
dltlon Is reported to be unchanged
AT THE BENO COMPAHY'S MILL
Personal nod Other Short Items of
H. Larson has gone out to live on
his homestoad and Iieaver Johnson
has taken his place piling green lum
ber with Matt Nelson.
Matt Nelson and Uoavor Johnson
have moved Into one of the com
pany's houses, lately occupied by C.
Ed Gentry is putting a n$w roof
on his shack to make It mora com
fortable for the winter. '
W. H. Richardson left the mill
on Saturday Intending to return to
The Glllett Logging Co. have
ceased operations here, but It Is ex
pected the fiend Company will re
start logging this month.
R. Lambertson, during his spare
time, Is celling and fixing up the In
terior of his new house In Kenwood
HOME MADE CANDIES
Bakery Goods Home Baked
Refreshing Sodas and Sundaes
Retail and Wholesale
v" J ill I IH 'HI
iSlr' ft jf fiJ i
A New and Complete Stock of
Suits and Overcoats
The Very Same Price
All Over the World.
A. L. FRENCH
Tan Boots for
Tan boots for women were
never more correct than they
arc this season. Your costume
for street wear demands tans.
Wc can show you all of the
popular shades in the latest
patterns, made for us by Utz
& Dunn Co.,' of Rochester,
These tan boots retail at
$3.50 aid $4.00. They arc
high grade quality, built for
t service as well a style.
Correct Footzvcar at
Popular Prices "
R. M. Smith Clothing Co.
Those TABLETS, PEN
CILS, PENS, INK, and
other things the Boys and
Girls must have are to be
had at THE OWL. from .
our large new stock. Par
ents, it will pay you to
tell the children to buy at
First National Bank Bldg,
of Dry Goods now in, with many attractive of
ferings both in quality and price. Ladies'
Underwear and Sweaters also.
are iresh, and we sell them at rock bottom
prices. Quick delivery made by
E. A. Sather
JUST TAKE A LOOK
A. L. Hunter's
Best to be had in the factories.
Large Pacific oak 4-drawer Dresser tf 1 9 J
1(5x24, French plate minor P I & J
Large natural fir IJ-drawer Dresser tf 1 f C
10x20 French plate mirror H I Vl. JU
Large 0-drawer Pac. oak Chiffonier tf If Lf
11x24 French plate mirror p Jm9 J
Large 0-drawer Pac. oak Chiffonier l 1 J ff
without mirror ,. M JJ
Fine large Arm Rocking Chair $3.50
Nice Sewing Rocking Chair $2.00
0 good strong Kitchen Chairs $5.50
Special good line of.Mattresses . . $3.50 to $16.00
All other goods priced accordingly, 10c COUNTER
of all the useftil articles found m any city. Quick
sales and small profits. A square deal for every
A. L. HUNTER Bend, Ore.