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The bend bulletin
BEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 10, 1913.
"GO 10," BAYLEY
lite but forceful
Ofllcliil HllKKt'MN Tlmt 'I'lio-u Wild
-iKIIIltliMI Will I'lllll
.lutlltu niiFIiiiti'r llni
II Thry CniM Ktyx.
Count)- ('oinMlMloiiur Barley has
ukit Tlio lliillutlu to publish u com
munication lit rewmtly roeutvwl from
i tnrwa of thu Crouk County Furmet
I nton. together with lili reply there
t. Tlit two appear below.
Mr, llayley's reply, its will bo
Mitwl, make up In what the literary
fiiithorltle call "spirited directness '
anything Hi) Isiikush liteka In psrlln-
lUlMltltr) KHlt)l(MlH. Hilt It lit loOHt
kh)h right (rout thu shoulder Just
MiKiut what Air. Hityluy inmtnii nnd
lil. no Tlio Hiillotlu publishes It "iu
i It.'' without apologia.
Mr. Ilnylsy writes In Tlio llullolln:
"I Iihvii received a MtlfT notice to
net oft the grot from some folk In
the Madras neetlon. Am enclosing
u unit my ropty, which i noiu you
The letter to Mr. Hayley I iu fol
' Mr. It. M. Hurley. County Commis
sioner, iiuiiiw, uroatiH.
ir Sir Tin attention of tho
rook County Farmer Hals has
tftu called to the fet IBM yeu no
hngr attend the immmIiiiiii of tint
Crook County Court. Wo. have no
denir to enter Into any controversy
existing between members of tlit
mint) Court hut we ilo Insist that
ou Mini nil member ntieiut nnd look
after the county's affair to which wo
Hcrted you and If you find Dili un
pleasant mid tlmt you win no longor
ilo It with KrNcn.nnil credit to your
mlf. It I your duty niul we denial) d
of you to resign.
(Klgnsd) "N. P. Putilsen, President.
"A I). Anderson, Secretary. Crook
County Farmer Union. "
Madras. Oregon, Oat. 3. 1913.
Mr. llayley's public reply roudnt
"Mr. N. P. .Ponlsennnd Andcrnou,
"Your noto of Oct. 3rd received.
Your logic U not so bad for I have
often thought of dolnic tho very
thins you demand. Hut slnco you
demand It I will give you a polite
Invitation to go straight to II .
1 don l Initial on your going nor wtiti
I Im there to receive you hut prob-j
ably Springer will ns tin seems to bo I
trying to run everything, II In
"I have only missed three term)
or county court In sye yoara. .Now
watch tho wny Uio wind blow. If
our Mascot's freshness litereaiH
mark more he will mlM more than
that In tli noxt year. If you fellofta
rt dtxilroHH or my Main Ret busy.
The otllatt of County CtmiiHlfcltiiior la
mt niueh to loo iwpcilally utile
tSlBiiHtU "H. II. Hnyloy."
Luldlnw. Oof. 0. 19 IS.
Mr. Ilayley'a inslnuntlons Hint Mr.
Springer douhtlaea was running
Hade as well ns Crook county was
the Inspiration for the printer' dev-
(Continued on Inst page.)
We are now occupying
temporary quarters ou
Wall Street, south of the Bean Build
ing. We expect to move into our new
building at the old location, corner of
Wall and Oregon Streets, about, the
firsts of tho year. We are working
tinder 'disadvantages and we will ask
our friends to hoar with us during this
time. We shall continue to serve
them to tho best of our ability.
HT Deschutes Banking (8b Trust
1), FHRR.KLL, Preildent
It, M. IHA,
P. O. M1NOR,-
MlWItlt IKMIl IIH'ITCIt.
I'orwiiia travolliiK from tlio
wohImi'ii port of thu county to
I'rliinvlllo liy wny of Hownll
HiittuM will find It to their ml-
- vtuitiiRn to tnkn what Ih known
h lln lower road. At I'owoll
. t Huttit poHlofllco ko north liiHtoad
of wat. Itond riuporvlnor Allen
Wlllcoxnn f that dlMtrlct Iiiim
put tho lower rord Iu exrolleut
dlirtpn. wlmrona the upper rood
U liiully wnnliod out nnd cut up.
MILL CONSTRUCTION IIERE7
InilliiillniiN Aio 'I'liiil Kim I'riiiii'Uio
l.iliiilirniirii Are AImiiiI Iteiidy to
Aliiiiiifiiiluit Their 'lliilillnu''
'Hint the Johuaon timber Indira!
of Han rrnnclaco Intend to mill nt
llend very noon Im h current hellef
Jtiat now. Laat Meek 8. O. Johtiaou
wna hero nnd nt tho Tulea, with III
compfliiy'ii ropremiutatlvn. John 15.
IlKiu. With Mr. Joliimoii wan hla
loRRliiB aiiparlntendent at WmkI. Cal .
wherti tho Jolinauna operate it Inr
Durlui? hla vUlt Mr. Johnaon wna
not tieit to liu lutorvlewod. hut ha
Htated to n number of neotil tlmt ho
Kxwectod to lie In llend next aiultiK.
It U uiuleralood on good nutliorlly
Hint tho JohnoiiH very recently Ke
en red a contract for liox ahonka from
tho Ciidnhy I'ackluK Company which
enUit for n far KrenturMiutput thiui
can he produced by their prcnont
plutlta. Tho Deachute plue. It la
aald, la well ndnpted tor thla claw ot
It la aluo alnted that neKotlntlnna
nru In progroM between the John
n nnu Tiie hiki t;omiany re
KnrdlliK he purcliHue rrom the latter
of u mill Kite hero. Tim DwwliuKwt
valley liiildlnaa of the Johnaona and
their RMoctatea are uiiotit -IS.0UO
SHEEP IMPROVE ROAD SOUTH
.McKay Key ISiiIn him I (liucUlinlca
I'lllnl mill Dirt llanl After Halo.
Clyde McKay, who has been In tho
Paulina Mountains country, saya that
the road south Is now In better con
dition than It has been In years.
"The thousands of sheep which
have traveled down this way have
pounded all the ruta and chucktiolcs
full or dirt," said Mr, McKay. "Then
the heavy rain has settled tho dirt
solid so now tho road It In really
nrst class shape. Tho expenditure of
several thousand dollars could not
have accomplished as much as tho
FIMHIIINd THU KTItKinX.
'The street work on Greenwood ave
nue was finished last week. Includ
ing tho grading down to tho railroad
bridge, and on Saturday the crow.
under the direction or Tom Murphy,
began on Wall street south or Ohio
where nick rrom tho sewer trench
iv.i ntftfMil Inftl ftiirlttif V!nrlh Im Ii,
lug brought to cover the rock und the!
lilt Jiini''l ill'" nilivil niwwii ,i, uiu
middle of the road has been removed.
The Oulr remaining street to he eared
tor Is Ohio lielween Wall and Hand.
B.lw a. m aiA hdilAfll ulrtnil !&'
HI.HKH WOHKH ON HOAltS.
Itond Hiervlor Hob Ifildur of this
dtstrlcl lies succeeded In getting the
County Court to appropriate funds
with which he Is starting ork with
a small crew on mads oast of town.
It la understood that In the neigh
borhood of $1000 will bo spent. Mr.
Illdor and settlers who nro obllgod
to use the roads all agree that no
where In this district was Improve
ment more necessary und nowhere
could moncv be expended to more
F. O. HINOR, Secretary
-H. M. LARA,
3210 SHEEP M.
HEBE AND SHIPPED EAST
MONTANA BUYERS BRING $100,000 TO CENTRAL
OREGON BEND AlOST IA1PORTANT SHEEP
SHIPPINO POINT IN STATE THIS YEAR
Whnt la nald to ha the hlgReal shin
iiient or ahetip hiindled from any mil
rond point In the state for no vera I
years )iaa Jnat been made from llend.
CIihm to 31.000 sheep have been
loaded during the laet IS days, or
will be londed thta weok. tho greater
part or them bound for Moatnua for
fo'HlliiK In transit to ClilcntfO' Hi re
turn for this, the blKKmt export Cen
tral Oregon has jut mado. about
$100,000 lias come Into the country.
In nil, nrcordliiK to Tntvolliifc
I'relKht AkciiI J. T. Ilnrdy of tho Oie
min Trunk, npproxlmntely 80.000
sheen have been alilimsd from llatid
this year. About 4e,6ou wont to lo
cal Hjlnts, audi aa Coleman, belngboui $30,000 for transportation of
sheep returned from forest reorvo
ramies west mid south of llend to
winter ran no In the Bhnnlko country.
The buyers who purchased the 32,
000 sheep lire K. I Clay of Oswego,
Ore., mid J. A. Green of Hillings.
Mont. They represented Montana
linns and were nselsted In their work
by J. I'. Ashor of Mitchell. Karller
In the summer thoy hnd contracted
with growers to the south, ordering
all the sheep concentrated here and
so making llend the centralization
point of one of Orenons largest sheen
llend I'lcitNC Klierpiurn. St
In addition to sheep from compara
tively close nt hand, some of tho
bands came as tar us 200 miles. It
was greatly due to the hard work or
Mr.. Hardy or the Oregon Trunk, my
the buyer, that all these aheep w.ora
brought hero; hitherto a great pro
jiortlon or them have boon handled
at California railroad points. Iloth
growers and buyers seemed well
pleased with the troatmont accorded
them hero and oxpreea the belief that
hereafter each season will sco great
numbers of sheep exported from
llend In preference to other pooslhle
A groat number of the stock
bought are lambs. According to Mr.
Cloy, who has been In the sheen buy
ono of tho ,,ttit' mntlen tn tll0 Brtut
ing iitittincsa ror years ana iff reckoned
Oregon la the best sheen breeding
stato Iu the business; the winter cli
mate Is so mild that lambs dropped
at any' time or yoar are pretty sure
to live. In. Montana, pa the other
hand, the very hard winters rhako an
exceptionally high death rate. Hut
the ranges there are larger and bet
ter than those or Central Oregon,
and therefore It Is coming to bo cus
tomary ror Montana firms to buy
young stock here and fatten and
raise u at uome. Tms mesne a very
profitable market and quick returns,
tar tho Central Oregon gravers.
It Is estimated that not loan than
80 men. Including owners, hordors
and packers, came tn Hend with the
many bands that arrived during tho
alt "flush" after getting good price . ' th,U l,we 'f "?w W"K feU
for tholr aheep. and the olliera had '" ,,'Brt- ,,ow l t'10 deft the bag
plenty or pay coming to them, tholgago.roora Is piled full at trunks and
visitors have proved something of a' the llko. and gent CorbeU sayw this
miniature honnnia. leaving a number
vt thousand dollars horo!n one way
Friday night Hugh O'Knno or tho
llend Hotel was host to tho buyers,
tho railroad representatives and a
taw others at n pleasant dinner whose
feature was roast lamb upon a big
scale, tor an entire animal was roast-
( This Wonderful Heater will I
I save 1 -3 of your fuel bill. 5
Bend Hardware Co.
ed for the oteneloH and nerved
To sccomoMrtlate the many iMnds
the railroad Hurde tnma additions to
the local stockyards. The routine; of
the Chicago stllwamit la over ti.e
Oretjon Triiek, B. P. & Xorthera
I'acinc and Koo linos, C. C. Cochran,
Portland ropreeaiitatlve of tke last
named eystom, was here with Mr.
Hardy. Trainmaster Ilralnerd or the
O. T. was a lo on d'.-clt to help out.
(iiMid Tlilntt Kor Knllromlt.
Aa the averaxn freight per car
from here to Chicago la $218,. It will
be seen that the rosds who secured
.tho liimlllftM lileknil n fnl nliim
the 1.10 cars which are going out. fly
fur tho greatest portion or this or
iginated m I loud, making a very sat
isfactory addition, from tho corrloiV
fitiiiidpolut, to the othor chief I torn
of Central Oregon export to date
lumber, which a I no starts exctuslvn-
ly from here. J. I. Keyes of Tho
II....I s...... .... -. . .
imjiiu V.UIIII.HI1J- saya mat mo itimoor
shipments or the last row months
averaged about 30 cars a month.
Among the growers whose sheep;
came hre are Tom Mutton. I I),
Hoy. "Kpud." Pat. Tim and Tod
Murphy. Pat Kllnn. J. FlUgerald.
H. I., llolbmok. J. 8. Uraticli, M. L.
Sullivan. Tom Conolly. Con Taylor
ami a. r uronin
00N0 TRANSCRIPT APPROVED
taht .Slop In Sale of School Ii.mic Is
Completed Hiilldlng Next.
The school board has received no
tification trom Portland that the
bonds recently sold by them to Mor
ris Hros. have been ivassed upon by
tho logal tlrm or Teal, Minor & Win
nefrcc, who pronounce the transcript
correct In every way. The purchas
ers Inform the school lioard that tho
bonds are being printed and that the
money Is ready ror them, so that bids
can now be takon on the new school
Tho bond Issue. It will be remem
bered. Is tor $33,000. It was carried
at an election July 30 by a voto or
81 to SC. They are purchased at par
plus $JC. They run ror 20 years nnd
bear 6 per cent Interest The bond
Issue Is ror the construction of a
permanent grade school house, tho
plans ror which already have been
accepted by tho board.
NEWCOMERS ARE ARRIVING
Fall Colonikt Travel U Now Iteporteil
to Ho Hrlk.
The effect of tire low rates to the
la aa Indication or the arrival of the
fall colonists. The low rates have
been In effect for several weeks and
the nonoomors are beginning to roach
I.at week there were three oar
loads of entlgranta' ni ova bios shipped
In to llend, with one oar so far this
Noxt week Tho Hiillctln will
Issuo ii spaclnl Harvest Num-
her. It will bo larger than tho
regular Issue and will contain
spoelal "wrltoups" of farm ne-
conrpllshments In various dis-
trlets. In preparing the mnto-
rial, Mr. I loft man spent part of
last week In tho Alfalfa nnd
Powell Itutte countries, mid this
weok again goos over the Tama-
- lo project lands In the taldlaw
wjuntry, and ahw will spend a
day or so In the Orange Hall
territory oaet or Hend. It will -
be an Interesting Iseae for far-
mors and townsiM.pIe, end also
for advertisers, as copies will
lie sent to The Ilnlletln's com-
plete mailing list. It will he -
worth mailing to folks on the
"outside" who- want to know
what Crook county can produoe. -
ADAMS SUIT AGAINST CITY
(Vmhk'II AccejitM OITt-r nt rigute
Orlglnnlly I'rorfcml, 80() Utw
Than Amount .Sued for by Him.
The suit of James Adams, the con
tractor who started the work on the
street Improvements, against the city
of Hend. has teen withdrawn and a
settlement made. At Its mooting
last night, on recommendation of
City Attorney Forbes, who has been
t u., .. . 1. .. . -
conducting tho matter. Adams' offer
to settle for $1750 was accepted.
This Is practically tlio amount
which Adams was offered some time
go when he. with his counsel.
MoMrs, D Armond and Collier, ap
peared before tho council and then
rejected. Adams sued for $2358.02.
Of that amount. $G50 was admlUedtv
due him. ror overhaul and building
a wall. The balanae was In dispute,
and Its reduction, In the settlement,
of some $600. Is highly satisfactory
tn the elty authorities.
At the council meeting a hydrant
was ordered Installed at the corner
of Greenwood avenue and Ninth st.
Suit Hroiight I.att March Is Settled
Favorably for County.
(Special to The Hulletln)
PItlNBVll.LB, Oct. 15. Word was
received by County Treasurer Jor
dan this morning that the Injunction
granted on March 25 holding up the
payment of about $50,000 or coun
ty warrants Issued tor road and I
bridge building expenses bad been!
dissolved and that tbe money could
be paid out. According to the mes
sage received by Mr. Jordan, the
present action comes aa the result
of a settlement between tbe holders!
of the warrants and the taxpayers I
who brought the shit which held up1
the pavmenL !) Ita terms the va-
rlotis firms who hold tho county pa
per agree to accept 20 per cent of'
the amounts claimed by them In full
payments, or In other words about!
The warrants wero Issued In fa-'
vor or th Portland Trust Company,
Ueall & Co.. the Coast Hrldae Com-)
aay and the Coast Culvert & Flume,
;Cn.. all of Portland, and It. L. Jor
dan or Prlnevllie, on account of tbe
special road fund.
The different banks which have
been holding tho county money re
served for the payment of those war
rants have been notified that the case
Is settled apt! that tho money will
now bo required. With the enjoined
warrants paid on the tms Is arranged,
there will be a considerable balance
loft In the treasury so that the coun
ty will again bo on a cash basis.
IS A NATIONAL BAN!
LET US TAKE CARE OF
Your money will be safe in our National Bank,
whigh has a charter from the U. S. Government to "do
u Banking business. Under our charter we must eon
duct our business under the National Banking Act
This law places our bank under the supervision of the
Treasury Department at Washington. A RIGID
EXAMINATION of the bank's affairs is made several
times every year in the interest of its depositors,
Make OUR bank YOUR bank..
The First National Bank of Bend.
i MUCH IMPROVED
FORESTER, FLORY SAYS
Private Subscription in Ijine County
Unite 9IO,0(l ror Highway lleU
ferment Itond From Hcml to
Sparfcg hake Xct Year.
"For every one auto that eraseee
the MeKcMzte route now there will
be 100 Ih a few years," said Charles
II. Flory, assistant chief United
States foreeter tor Oregon and Wash
ington. Mr. Flory was horc last week and
together with Supervisor M, h. Mer
ritt Inspected much of the McKunzIo
route as well as looking Into the sta
tus of work on the new Sparks Lake
scenic road rrom Hond that (a to bo
built next spring.
An Interesting Instance of what
the jopIe of Lano county are doing
for good roads was narrated by Mr.
Flory. Farmers and others on the
west side of the mountains have sub
scribed about $10,000 privately for
Improvement or the road and tribu
tary roads. The remarkable thing
about the subscription Is that the
largest Individual contribution was
only $150. fit other words, every
body took hold and dug tin somcthlne
even If It was only a few dollars, for
all the residents have awakened to
the vital necessity of Improved high
ways Tho federal government will spend
about JS00 next spring In Improving
the MeKenzle road on this side or the
divide, and tho county has pledged
an equal amount. Most of this will
be near Windy Point, some three
miles oast of the summit, where' Im
provement Is most needed. On tho
west sloto the forest servlco already
has expended about $3000 and an
equal amount will be oxpended next
year. Lano county also has done
"My tho middle of next summer."
said Mr. Flory, "the MeKenzle routo
will be a first class one for automo
biles. Ita scenic attractions aro un
surpassed, and I am suro that the
big auto traffic that is certain to come
across the mountains by the pass will
be of great benefit to Head."
II. K. Vincent, " County Surveyor
Fred A. nice, George W. Wells. H.
Grimes. Elmer Rice and J. JeSrlea
returned last week frozq the Sparks
Lake country where they had been
working on the Bend-Sparks Lake
road. The survey work was not aulte
completed, being abandoned on ac
count of adverse weather conditions.
It will tie resumed early In 19H, and.
says Mr. Merrltt. the construction of
the It miles of road will be rushed
through as speedily as possible, so
that even next summer SparkB l.ako
should le accessible to autolsts. The
government Is devoting $1000 to tho
new road and the county has pledged
a similar amount. The forestry de
partment will do the construction.
That many homesteaders will hold
down claims all this winter Is the re
Iort brought trom the southeast
country by O. C. Ilenkle, locator. Mr.
Henkle states that now. In. his esti
mation, fully 1000 settlers have
claims In that district. Recently the
following have bean located: Henry
TInsman. Anton Smith. Albert Net
son. Grail N'elsou und Mildred Rose.
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