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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1914)
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LOUIS W, HILL OFFERS HANDSOME SILVER COP
AT OREGON STATE FAIR, SALEM, ORE,,
SEPT. 28 TO OCT, 3, 1914.
ARE THE BEST
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By The Sea
A regular adjourned sewlon of
the July term of Court for Crook
county, Oregon, convened nt 10
o'clock a. in. this ISth day of July,
1914, nt the court house, i'rlnovlllo,
SALT IIKKKZKS AK1C COOL AND KKFitKSIIINGi
DAYS AKK DKLIOHTEULi NIGHTS I'LKASANT.
OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
N BKLUS H01N1) TIUP TU'KI-ri'H DAILY
AT LOW KAIIK8 TO
Present: 0. Springer, Judge, pre
siding; H. 11. ilnyloy. Commissioner;
C S. Hudson nml Vntiy Keturn From
Lonjr Auto Trln Car N'cKoUntcs
(100 .Miles of ltont.1 Without Stop
' for Kejialrs- Over McKmilc.
Warren llrown, County Clerk; Franx
K Ik In a. Sheriff. Whereupon tho fol
lowing proceedings wero transacted,
In tho matter of County aid.
Qt'KKN OF ALL PACIFIC COAHT
GO UNI i
Enthusiasm for Control Oregon
rondo, compared with those vest of
tbo Cascade mountains, was the sen
timent of C. S. Hudson, who return
ed Sunday evening from n COO mile
twine through the state, which tooU
him from here to Klamath Kails,
thence to Mod ford via Crater Lake
and northward to Eugene, returning
to Hend across the McKomlc route.
Mr. Hudson, who drove his Hudson
car, W88 accompanied by his wlf.
his son Donald, Dr. II. Fcrrcll and
K. M. Lara. From an auto stand
point tho trip was perfect, not a
Dlnglo stop even for tiro trouble be
ing required in the entire distance.
For tho most part tho roads were
very fair. However, Mr. Hudson
said emphatically that tho Wlllamct'o
valley routes arc In every way Infer
ior to those east or tho mountains.
"This month tho roads over there
nro probably better than nt any oth
er tlrao." ho said, "nut even nt thnt
they nro bad enough. It Is absolute
ly ridiculous to talk about an 'nll-the-ycar-round
north and south route
west of the Cascades. The truth Is
that autolsts will bo lucky to ge
through threo or four months in tho
year with any degree of ease and ear
isfactlon. Whllo on tho Central
Oregon route through to Callfornli.
via Dend. every month excopt por
haps one in tho winter, tho roads nro
comparatively excellent, while tho
accomodations and attractions com
pare most favorably with those to
According to Mr. Hudson the
Crook county portion of the McKen
xle pass route Is now in better shape
than thvt on the western slopo of tho
mountains. That this route Is be
coming more and more popular with
tourists he discovered from the many
inquiries made concerning It, and
there Is every reason to expect thut
this summer, and especially no-t
year, a heavy travel will como
through Bend and Its sister towns
over this route.
From Eugene the party went tj
Portland by train, whore they spent
Saturday, seeing tho finals of the
State Tennis Tournament.
If Kidneys nnd Hlmlder Mother Then
Foley Kidney fills.
Overworked kidneys will break
down ff not helped. Whn'n they can
no longer protect the blood and the
body from tho poisons that como to
them, then look out for Drigbt'a lla
or.se, serious kidney troublo ami blad
der annoyances. Foley Kidney rills
are your best protection; your best
medlclno for weak, sore, overworked
kidney and bladder weaknesses,
Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
Next Sunday morning tho pastor
will begin a serlco of expository ser
mons of the Epistle to the Ephesluns.
Preaching services 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Sunday school 10 a. m. and
Epworth League 7 p. m.
C. A. SMITH, Pastor.
Church of the Ilrethren.
Services each alternate Sunday U
3 p. m. in the M. E. church. Services
next Sunday. A cordial Invitation '.u
extended to everybody to come and
worship with us. Ira H. Fox, minister.
A PBItFKOT CATIIAUT1C.
There Is sure and wholesome ac
tion in every dose of Foley Cathartic
Tablets. They cleanse with novor n
gripe or pain. Chronic cases of ron
etlpatlon find thorn Invaluable Stout
people are relieved of that bloated
congested feeling, so uaeomfortable
especially In hot weather. They keev
your livor busy. Patterson Drug Co
FOR RENT Two room suites fur
nlshed for light house keeping
Honklo fc Ryan. IStf- Adv
TnE LIFE CAREER
"Febooting la jrovlb .hcjld Invariably tx
directed 10 picparr trn in Ihc beat war
(or Ibr Iml twrmavent occupation lor which
be I capable ''-Prc.idrntC W liliot
Thl l the Mission ol lh
Fnrty.lth School Vcar Opens
SEPTEHBER i8th, 1914
Write for Illustrated icoptg" Hook
let, "THE LIFE CAHEER." and lot C-U
log containing full InfurnMtlmi
Dtgrrt Caufui- AORICUUURF t
Agronomy, Animal Hinbandry.DatryHus
bandry. Poultry Husbandly, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. f-OKbSTRY,
LoniiINC, ENOlNfiKWNG. HOME ECO'
ENGINEERING: Electrical. Irrigation,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY
Vorational fcwwi-Agrlciiltiire, Dairy
ing, Home Makers' Course. Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Bulne Short Course
School of VttwPlano, Siring, Band,
Fai inert Buiincu Ccnitic by Mail Fre.
' Addrru Till! KliOISTRAR.
(tr-7.IIMn-) CoralII, Orrgon
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In t Germany, where pro
hibition is unknown and
where all tho peoplo have
been temperato drinkers of
wholesome beers and light
wines, there is less drunk
enness than in Maine or in
Kansas the two most con
spicuous prohibition states
in tho Union.
The same is true of Franco
nnd Italy. Tho world over
you will find that tho really
temperato race3 are those
who aro not prohibited from
drinking temperato bever
oges such as beer and wine.
Prohibition tn Germany, Franco
or Italy would produce exactly
tho same results that it has pro
duced in every stato In the Union
whero prohibitory laws have been
enacted. It would not stop men
from drinking nor d ecreaso drunk
enness, but it would drive out the
mild drinks and encourago men
who do drink to resort secretly to
the highly concentrated spirits.
If prohibition really saved men
from the "curseof drink" it would
havo more to commend it to the
intelligence of the people. But, as
observes in the Louisville Courier
Journal, "It does not promote
either temperance or virtue. It
arouiea human pauion to frenxy
by restricting private rights. It
does not reduce drunkards. It
multiplies Pharisees and malo
factors." PId AdTirtlimenL
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Louis W. Hill, president of tho
Great Northern Hallway, has signal
lied his Interest In tho Oregon Stato
Fair, to be held at Salem, Ore.. Sept.
28 to Oct. 3, by offering a handsome
Order warrant in favor of C. S.
Denton and 11. C. Hills In tho sum of
$24.00 to be expended in aid of coun
ty poor. C. S. Henson and H. C.
Ellis to file complete account with
vouchers. (Seo ordor.) Ordor war
rant In favor of , Indigent in
the sum of $20 00.
In the matter of Insurance policy.
A Folding Ironing Board
With Every Electric Iron
At the regular price
. The Ilounl Cannot lie Itettcreil.
The Iron N fiiinmntceil Poiovcr.
silver cup as a special prlio for the
best Individual farm exhibit.
Kvery farmer Is urged to enter the
content and help make this affair a
Order warrant in favor of Crook
County Abstract Company Intho sum
of $108.70 In payment of premiums
on casualty Insurance policy, taken
out In favor of Crook county.
In tho matter of Hauling timbers.
On tho representation of J- J.
Iluckloy that certain lumber hnulcd
for tho county was very sappy anl
For illustrated literature,
and full information
J. II. CORHETT,
Agent. O-W. It. f: N
hoitvy, ordered Hint tin nddltlonnt $1
per 1000 lie nlluwvd fur IiiiiiIIiik
snino. Ordor wnrrnnt in fiivor ir
J. J. Iluckloy In the mini of $17.10
nnd In fnvor tr V. W, Oniiuhuy In
the sum of f lft. 58.
In tho mutter of elosliiK n eortnln
Itonolutlon. Couit wlllltiK to or
der ulloy In norther luilf of Uliiek SI,
of l. I'liie, eloiii'd whan proper IkhI
steps lutvo been tnkttii (or Its vnen
Hon, In the matter of fencliiK eortnlH
Petition for help ly tnv
feueliiK curtnlu land on liny Grtxtk
nnd Ashwood road referred to Com
In tho matter of tho I'aultun and
lMt hrldKva over Crooked Hlvor.
Order from tho Coast HridRu Co..
two hlcli truss riveted Mpntia F. O. II.
Itediiiond; onn to bo ISSxIK. for
$31,00.00 and the other to bo SOmiO
Adjourned until August 3rd, 10H
nt tho hour of 10 n. in.
The followlnR additional hills went
allowed on tho claim docket:
11. M. Klder road work $1&0C76,
llond llardwaro Company, ixiwdnr,
etc., $isr..15. F. I. I'hnvnlx. Deputy
8urvoyor, $167.00, W. V. CaUKhey.
labor, tennis and men. $70.00. 1'nul
1. Werner, road work, $133.00, Mml-
extends to 7011 a cordial invitation to
make this hotel your headquarters.
THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFITTED.
Rooms without bath $1.00 and up. Rooms
with private bath $1.50 and up. LOCA
TION CENTRAL. BEST of SERVICE.
A RESTAURANT WITH FOOD AND PRICES RIGHT.
C. H. SIIAFER, Mannger
The Miller Lumber Company
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Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
NEW AUTO TRUCKS
Will bo put on between Uend and Silver Lake April 1.
BKNU-LA I'INE 32.B0
BRN I ..FREMONT $4.00
HEND-FORT ROCK. $4.f0
BEND-SII,VER LAKE.. $5.00
will bo cbnrged on all Express nnd Bogjrntre,
- - - .
rna l'lonuur, prlntliiK for Kupt $1 (,',,
J. II. Vincent, liaulliiR, Deep Cniivoi.i
$10.00, Nula KnpplUK. work I)i'o
Cnnyoii, 57.75, Mrs. Menu KnppliiK.
I)mii Canyon, $K0 00, J J. Wilt, road
work, iHilnnce. HUM, J J Wilt,
road work, $105.00, It H. (lllrhrlst,
rond riipnlra. $7.00, H. II Kills, Dep
uty Water Mimtor. $181 00
NKINH I'OU HAI.i:.
"I'or ICenl," "I'or Hale." "Hooiic
to ll", "lloiiM-UrvpliiK Doom," "Ni
Ailmlttnm'f," "No Hiiioklnn," etc..
I'le., I'lamnN iirlnteil in lro l)pt
on Imivy lirUtoi Ixmnl, in rrnii isirli,
lc In qilulilltlo. Illitletlil Oltke. Ut
KflM- Torntriit or Antliuin nml liny
For tho dlseMinfort and misery of
asthma nnd hay fever uo Foley a
llonny and Tar ComK)iind. It put'
a hoallna. Hootlilnx eootlnn over the
awoolon, tlokllnK mnmbrnnes, n.nJt
eases tho thick elioklnic sensation.
Helps you to breathe easily and not-,
urally. In the yellow package, Pat
terson DrtiK Co. Adv.
FOH HHNT Two room suites fur
nished for HkIiI house kce)lnic
lienklo & llynn. 12tf -Adv,