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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1913)
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IS NOW ASS
COUNTY AND FOREST
Two Thousand ltoltnra Will lie Spent
On Hoad to Sparks Iiikc, nml
$ll) O on the M c K o n x I c
Itottto Across the Mountains.
for ttutomohllo tourist travel next
ait m titer.
Tho proposed scenic road from
Hand to Sparks take, of which Tho
Bulletin inndo mention on Juno 11,
la now assured. Tho forest service
nnd Crook county will co-operate In
building It. expending JJOOO prior to
July 1 of next year.
Supervisor M. U Morrltt of tho
Deschutes forost appeared before tho
County Court at I'rlBcvlUo last
Thursday and told the eourt of tho
otter of the forest servlco to appro
nrlnte 11000 for this road provided
the county would give "an equal;
amount. An agreement was mauc io
this effect and tho work will lie
undertaken as soon as the money is
Tho road will start from a point
near tho headgate of tho old Colum
bia Southern ditch, running to Sparks
Lake In the mountains by way of
Soda Springs. The exact location
will be determined by tho county
Money for McKctulo Itond A No.
Mr. Merrltt also Informed the
court that1 tho forest service would
pprnd 1500 on tho MoKcnxlo wagon
toad over the mountain from Cold
Springs to the lane county lino If
Crook would contributo tho same
amount, and this the otllclals agreed
to do. This will be only a beginning
on this road as it is estimated thai
$4000 will .bo required to complete
!t. Tho forest service is to have
charge of the expenditure. It Is not
likely that much can bo done this
fall, but next spring the work wilt
be started and carried on as far as
tho money will go. Eventually a
fine highway over the mountains will
Itond to lie Itciielltted.
Dcnd will benefit groatly from
both these undertakings, and espec
ially from tho Sparks take road. Tho
highway will penetrate one of tho
most scenic sections of Central Oro
cnn. Soda Snrinss themselves being
a wonder well worth going to see,1
according to thoso who have made
the trip. There Is already a road
from hero to the point where tho
proposed highway will start, and tho
liuslnesa men and others will no
doubt see that it Is put In good shape!
ARNOLD CDMP1V WILL
Work to Stmt About 'Ifteontli of
.'c.t Month Canal AW to lie
Knlnrged TliN Kiill.
tn accordance with Instructions of
tho stockholders tu tho annual meet
Ing In July, tho directors of the
Arnold Irrigation Company have
'(Carefully considered approximate
costs tor Hunting iront station u to
nation TO of the location, nnd tor
ntinuolal reasons have decided to
construct the same of lumber, lit
order to carry out this work u
maintenance assessment of IS cents
per noro voted by tho stockholders
will bo duo on October 1, 1913
Plans for the flume have Imen
made. I Ida received for lutnner and
contract for approximately 01.000
feet board monsure let to James It.
Heed, ono of the stockholders, and
the cujitpauy is now ready to receive
sealed bids for hauling the lumber
from Mr. Hood's mill to tho locution
of tho new work, a distance of ap
proximately flvo miles. It Is the In
tention of tho directors to begin tho
erection of tho tltinte about October
15. and also to do somo enlarging of
tho company's canal between stations
70 and 110 at tho same time, all of
which may necessitate shutting uffj
the water for about a month.
When the section of flume Is com-;
pieieo ino company win navo con
tinuous flume from station 4 to
station Si! of tho location, or 1.55
miles, of .sufficient slxe to carry
wator for 12.000 acres.
ItKV. K. ( XKW1IAM Itl-nTltXKI).
A letter received this morning
from Hev. E. C. Xowltain at Walla
Walla stated that the conference hnd
returned him to Hend for another
year. Ho will be back this week and
will hold services at the usual hour
GRAND JURY'S WORK
(Continued from Page One).
one dollar for ovary dollar the county
will so appropriate and we believe
that money so appropriated will bo
an Investment of material and lasting
benefit to the wholo country.
Auto Purchase Pay.
"Wo desire to reaffirm the convic
tions of the preceding grand Jury,
that of May. 1913. with respect to
the purchase by tho county of an
automobile for the better efficiency
nnd conduct of county business and
believe that for tho better aorvlce
provided by the sheriff's nnd other
administrative oincos of tho county
that the investment has more than
warranted Itself. In fact, In the ono
single Instance that was so vividly
brought to our attention, we refer
to the caso of the state of Oregon
against William Carey, tho efficient
service rendered by the officers In
running down ovldence made possible
by tho county nutomnhllo BtnmlliiK
ready, has In Iteult, In our opinion,
rendoroil tho Investment lit tho urn
rhino so valuable that It no other
service was had hereafter, tho pur
chase would bo Justllled.
. (Jives County Court a Hap.
"Wo further fool that tho County
Court sbould pay tho bills for gaso
line, lubricating oil mid ropulrw for
the machine without gasoline, ltibrl
ciitluK oil nml repairs Is useless iuid
tho Investment a complete loss, and
wo eutt seo no reason absolutely for
thn court to refuse to pay bllla legiti
mately Incut red In the servlco of tho
"Further, wo deslro to say that Wo
have examined the assessment rolls
upon which tho l'.UR taxes will lio
collected mid upon which tho next
levy will be made and wo wish to
say that tho VRlunttoim as wo havo
found thorn sooitt to bo uniform and
that the assessor has worked dili
gently nnd well at a task that Is al
ways a dlttlettlt one in which to
please, nnd that we are highly satis
fied In the manner In which. tho as
sessments for the next levy seem to
havo beou tnndo.
Im violated lit Couit llntixc.
"We wish especially to call .tho at
tention of the commlsioners' court,
now In session, to tho fact that two
state statutes are being violated In
tho court house building nnd that
for a bettor example to Individuals
nml for a bettor respect for tho law
in general, we ndvoento tho immedi
ate nbollshment of the drinking cuptt
In the court house ami the establish
ment of one or more sanitary drink
Ihr fountain therein, and the luiino
.late rohniiglng of the entrances so
that all doors loading outward will
'"Wo nlso wish to recommend. In
view of the fact that tho treasurer
will have placed upon him tho bur
den of tnx collection after January
1, 1914, that adequate provision bo
made In tho way of assistance by the
County Court to enable him properly
to do that work: we recommend that
his salary bo Increased to a point
somewhere near the value of his
services and that sufficient clork hire
bo provided, so that tho work of col
lecting tho taxes next year will pro
ceed regularly nnd satisfactorily.
Count) I'Iiiiukch ihhhI.
Furthermore, we wish to reasstiro
the taxpayers and the citizens of tho
county of Crook that our investiga
tions have demonstrated to us that
the llnaurlal condition of tho county
Is much belter than we bellevo tho
general Impression among the tax
payers seems to indicate nnd we wish
hereby to restore confidence, and
that Crook county will be out of
debt before many months have pass
ed, is our belief.
"With reference to the proposed
plan to equip an office for the sheriff
on the ground floor or basement of
tho courthouse and to remodol tho
present Jail, we wish to state that
wo have examined the plans nnd
specifications therefor and heartily
approve of them and recommend that
tho County Court carry them out.
"Wo havo examined the buildings
of the Crook County High School, In
cluding the Industrial erts building
now in course of completion, and wo
commend tho present county high
school board for Its progresslveness
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on t tiurtholl Jjojfriicicon e)' ttrw. Thf niirtniiinlliiK tlnt cumtl inwniUltn ie fullul tututal wumlM ml Jual Ihr U(
for vacation. La fine Uonly aSout tu yctltoM, hut gtoohiK ailil1y It hat a UUphumg axrltm. twu sewt ItbltU, wn (l gfiuul
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1 here at lhrr ainall mw mlltt In ihr vicinity uf L I'nit. win. h I. Jml llir lKylinilii ol thclrfir lumhrilnv nl nillllus htialnt that will to
dene httr. Thejc ate om1 uwnlu la maiuitottuilng aii'l other iHixneM line hnv In nlncalliinat maltcra l.a lint I ioi-le. Il hat
Un-aete atheol lk In Iheliratluf Ihr retUleucr Mellon anil now Uai'lir lli In the twtlllli giailf. A Calhirtic eliuuh Mill t lllll lift
thu ilni, anil ullier thntihr art Utinll tu raUMlib theniwlve. I line haa orr now avallalite elntrlc hoiae lJer tilth lh
anriieiehatecvinincuct li develop ami whKh alone wouM liultit a rboiI alml elly The Ml atra ef farm ton.! Itltnilaiv tu t,a I'liif wunltt
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can m reached via Or Nor.. N I', O. W- K. ft N. and V I'. K. Vim ran make iiinuey hy IniyliiK proiwriy at l.a I'lne III advance of the
raltroadt. Other ate doing II. why nut VOt'f WAKIt fl'tolhc fart lhat a A. well-luealeil town Inuiie nf the newrat and bed aeetloiii
ollhe Nerthwvfi le laxind mutow rapidly and thai inanriiy value will ctimliareurdliigly I'rlrw nnw front hj up The lerme aiecaty
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LA PINE TOWNSITE COMPANY, La Pino, Oregon.
Kebante etenli. with gool tMnk refcrtneee. wanted in all patta oflhc United State.
and feel they should be oncouragexli son, convicted last May nnd who are' I. W. Ilrowii
as much as possible In their sincere serving terms In the petiltontlnry forMH0 today.
euoris to imiiiu no iiiaiiiuunn wiifro , ini'ir C4iniiortion wiiu tue incus, iiih
our children will lm afforded the best ' district attorney Is now I'lideavorlug
of hlKh school Instruction when they i to have Calhoun extradited from
havo llnlfthod tho regular common , Washington lit time for a new Joint
trial next December.
Is down from ia
Kontiter U Acquitted.
(Icorgo Kentuor. who was put on
Friday for larceny In cornice-
tlou with the wholesale shipment of
stolon horses mado from llend last
fall, was acqulttod by a Jury on tho
TIIK I'MTHIi WAHIUlOl'HK tl.
linn nrruugeil ullh Hie I'uloii Oil Co.
to linndle ll product) here I'Klt.MW-
KNTIjV Mr are (Viitrut Orrgoii dfv
Mrl'lirraon N Convicted. I
I.oriui Mcl'hersoti, indicted earlier,
In tho session on a chit ran of crimi
nal assault, V.HH found guilty yostor-t Iriliutiir for the liiliui Oil Co. nnd
day. Sentence has not been given our ronlrncl l latllng one. '
bill It Will 1)0 from Olio to ten y.i'lirs. Aiir rut in nrlin nf UHMdlne nmilrt
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pending against Konlner, which wllN stesllng, will get the samn sentence i
bo tried at December term which con-, snd that tho two will
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brother of William nd V. M. Itobert. ' Milling & Warehouse Co. t--tf A. M. I'ltl.Ndl.i:, Mgr.
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FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property SLB ?,
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
The Bend Company
Office corner. Wall an Ohio Sts.
D. E. HUNTER, Real EsUteaKlt
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