The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, August 12, 1914, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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    THE REND llt'LLKTIN, IIKN OHK,,,WKriNKflnAV, AI'flt'ftT l, IBM.
JJAGB ft.
Forest Service
ROAD TO HI'AIIKH LAKH IIICIMJ LAID OUT IN CO.OPKHA'riON WITH
TUMAMI I'lHUKCT lUY WIMTIIKIt MAKP.H MANY FIHHtf,
IJl'T LOSS IH LKIIIT-NOTKH OK lOIICHTIIV HKHVICH
Thn third Isstm of Uw "I'oschutoa
Jtntigor ImH been puiiiiKiiuu ny uiu
loonJ i'oroat tkrvlcg ollliiu It eon.
luliiH (on pngea 'f nown of spitcliil
Interest to men In tint Hnrvleit, anil
iniicli (if general Interest,
Homo lutrnelw follow:
Hunger Vlittwnt nml I'oriwi As-
Hlstiitil flpront spent tliii week muling
July 26 In locating n routu for IIih
Hend-Hpnrlis Lake road. They hnvit
,. decided on (i locution ns far west iih
SStllO Slllllllllt rOtltll Of IIIOKHII ll Ullll
hnvo iloiin purl of the locution work
necessary beyond Unit iiolnt. On
July SK tlio Forest MupnrvUor wut
over tlio routu selected. Thin work
Ih of Immodliito Importance since IIih
(Unto offloliil. who are constructing
thn Tuuialo Irrigation Project, ox
i,iiot to divert llm waters of Critter
Creek Into TiiiiihIo Creek nml ooti.
riviouiitly nr.o Interested In tlio con
iruotlon of the rnnd. At present
A. J. Wolton, of tlio Tumult) Project,
I wurkliiK with n crow of eleven iiihii
opening nil tlio rlght-of-wny ho Hint
they Clin freight In llinli" necessary
ttippltoa. Mr. Wolton In doing his
work along the linn selected by Han
ger Vincent so that whulnvnr work
thoy limy do will beiinllt tlio Forest
Borvlse.
itimilnititil ,lrv u'MAllinr. fiillfiwliitr
mi early spring, has brought about
mi extremely dangerous situation.
Already 24 lire have been reported,
III on nml f off thu Knrosl. 'I hanks,
however, to n vigilant lookout sy
(kiii. mill prompt netlon on thu port
of tlui fluid mull, nil of those rn
nxllngulshod before limy had dune
mirloua ilmniiKo. with out exception.
ThU fire, whlt'h occurred Juit ouImIiIm
tho National Forest boundary In wc
lion I. T. .. It. 11 -. whm re
ported to nml placed under control
by Hanger Curl on July 23, while
ullll miiimII. Tim mat day It wiin
left In charge of a mnti employed liy
private timber patrol Interests, who
evidently did not no npnr It. At nny
ml tlio flro lirokH out mrmIii on July
3& nnd hy ulRht hnd eovitrrd nlmut
410 nrHi. It wan hkmIii proimitly
plnocd niiilor rontrol hy llNiiKor Curl
mid ernfiilly wntched. ThU mIukI
Inclmirn oiiipIiiinIioh tlio noewwltv of
raptfully wntchliiK An uven nflor
thoy nru Mpimrently Muff.
ItaiiKcr Kd Mnhn lm inmlo nu-twi
nd IhiiiiiiIn Miirvy of two puldlr
emnp iiroiinila for which upwlnl imo
pnrmltM Imvn liven ImupiI. ono on
Ortidl I.Mko to Thotnnt McCord. llm
othoroii Cric'nt l.ko to llmm Zlni
iimrnmn.
ItanKnr South and Kort OiiMrd
Tylur nmde n trip to FImIi Uko ri
fontly for tho purpoiMi of MliMitliiK n
rniiKcr Mtntlon hut n yl hovo not
born nidi- to Incnlo n mittntdH plica.
J. II. Iliinnr. HccrotMry of thu Cn-
trnl Ornitan h'lro Patrol AmocImIIoii.
ho roimtrtictiMl a titlophono Uiu from
tho Allen mitch on thu Jdutollua rlvr
to the Motollua rnngiir Mtnllon. u iIIm-
tanro of Hhout four iiiIIimi. Oiih Ar-
tiOMHi Im nUIIoiiihI nt thu laltor point.
workliiK Minlor tho direction of Mr.
Ilnnnr. . ,
M.i.riui in mi llm around for
hrldHMi wcrcMHt Odoll Cnnik nnd Cold
CrHk nar tho DavU .liko ItmiKor
8Utton. Tb IIUlD K1VOII IMM IHOHlll
thMt tho coihiI ruction of thu Coh:
Crtlc hrlilnw had tiuon eoniltJ wa
Ih orror. tho work Hot huvlnt; 'm"
tlnhihoil.
Th annual atatlaltcal tiw. f r
tho OwachMtwa ami I)mIiuIih dlvlalcto
of tha PaullHH Poroata have Mini
(..ru.r.l.wl in tlm illitrtet (WMco. Tllf
MiniHln u isrHt many IntornatlnK
facta, mnunK whlah ore tho follow.
Iiik:
Aroa. aftor tho ollmlnatlon or
Mnrch 12. 1U14:
IHuiohutoa: Not ,N V. Aron. 802..
704. Patented &.. PondlnK
1,295. tlruna Art-n 880.714; Paulina
(O.O.) Nut N. P. Aron 511.424. Pa'
tmti'il H0..080. PonilhiK kl0. Oroaa
Aron 0C2.40O. TotaU Not N. P. Araa
1.J14.218, Pntontod 22.'U. iVnd
Idk 2.185. (Iron Area 1,542.111.
Thlrtoon rnngor Motion, hnvlim
an nroa of 1.550 acre, nro hold on
Iho Puullna nnd thlrly-no atntluuo
with 4.225 ncrea on tho Dnachiitoa
Of thoM. nlnett'on on tho Docliuto
nnd olght on tho Paulina nro notunlly
liliiK mod IhU aoninn.
rim totnl coHt of linprovomonta nc
rordliiK to our coat roeorda la $ 14.
:. 18.12 for tho OoachutoH. $4,720.01
i.ir tho Pnullna, n totnl of $18,074.74.
IntoroatlnR In connection with tho
coHt of Iniprovoinonta la tho fnct that
tho 117 Mi inllw or tolophonn lino on
tlm DMchuttm worn orootod nt
nvornKo com of $40.40 por mllo mil
' tho 3314 inlloa on thft Pnullnn at an
nvornKo coat of $46.52. TIiIh coat In
oludoB auporvUlon, com of KoroHt
olllror'a lahor, vnluo of co-operation,
mid nil other Items. ,
A totnl of 372 Juno 11 nppllontloni.
lmv hcen rocolvo-l on tho Doaohut-H
ni.il jOi on tho Pip llnr ::' f T hoili
Poreata. Of tlumo nll'or porta or 65
hnvlnk an acreaB' or f..6S0 07 Imv
lioon Hated on tho Denchutea nnd nil
or pnrta or DC. with nn nren or 4,-
oven oo YEAns
cxpcnicNcc
Tnaot MAnitt
nrmnri
Cor ynioiiTO Ao.
Ulr irrlnlil niif uHiil(ii f" "
'J '' ! K'!'.V; r. W'r.'.'SRbi V
ib. all
unimuiilrn.
onl'ltiin
Pitt fr. inim lil.nrr fir tutlii)lwil
riiu laitn lliruuvii jiumi.n vwio.'
ipt(UlrAll4, wllhoulenrti9, imus
Scientific HmcilCdtta
A indomlr lllnlrt4 wtklf. L"H rlN
n fnartuontli.lL Bold bjiil tmdUr.
MUNN&Co'8B'd-'-HBwYorl(
luMitb offlc. m r at. Titiuiuo, xi, c
ijjjwra
Work for Month
285.81 noroa on thn I'uiillnn. Hum n
totnl acriinKo of 10,025.48 neroa hnvc
ilium iiNteii on Hutu PoroNta hIiico tun
t'lintttiKit of tho Act of Juno 11, tOO-l.
OurliiK Iho your 1,020.50 non-a hnvo
lioen IIhUh on both PoriMta, Tlw
VlirllitlH himl I'lllMolnciitliiii nrnlDQlM
lllmt hrtvii Iicoii inkon up have jcroatly
iniuiinii inn Miiiiiiinuiii worn iiiiruiR
tho pant year.
The followInK inhln kIviw Uih mini
hor of pormllM Imnnxl Mtock oovnred
In tho vnrloiiH Kruxlnit purmlla Iikiiq'.I
hy both PorontH:
DiHtcliutea, No. pormlta, C. & II.
25. H. & (I. !, No. atock, U. & II.
2,280, H. ft 0. 24,450; Pnullna, No.
permltM C. & II. 2, H. & 0. 2, No,
Mnt'k C. & II, 240, H. & 0. 3,150:
Totnl No. piirmlln C. ft II. 28, H. ft O.
II, No. atock C. ft II. 2,022, . ft 0.
27.000.
Tho r'mrt on prmlliory nulmala
killed hIiowm Hint Poroat otllcera huVo
kllliHl ono hoar, alx coyotes, und two
wllilenia.
Tho following table rIvom tho nuiit
her of froo iikii porinlta Imoit'd,
muoiint or tlmher liinluded nml oitl
mntiHt vnluo, that hna hcen Klvcn
nway:
Deachuloa: No. permlla, 113,
amount In ft. II. M 318.011, vnluo,
$777.73; IMulInn, No. pormlta 240.
amount In ft. II. M.. UO 1,806, Vnluo,
$1,847.88. Totnl, No. pormlta 353,
amount in ft. II. M., 1,2711,810, value
$2,025 01.
Our limber anln work la opo of the
amnlliMt Itoma In our Porent iictlvl.
tliM, only nhout 00,510 fout hnvlna;
hoou out uiiilor Ki-Kuliitlon H-U anlei
and 20,400 feitt under roKUlur com
morclal aulea on hoth foronta. Thlr
muoiint wea ilUlrlhiilod throuith 24
dlfforoiit tmlea.
At prwoiiit thoro nro 20 apodal ue
pcriulta In form on tho l)ichuta nn I
14 on thn Pnullnn.
Tho (diminution inndo Mnrch 12 ro
diici'd thn area or tho DeHchutca 09.
200 ncrea nnd ot tho !)OMchutos HI
vIhIoii of the Pnullnn 120,405 ucren.
ItmiKor Kd Mnhn la oiilnriclng tho
pnattiro fence nt tho Davis l.nke Kan
Kor alntlon.
ItmiRer Kouth has atarled an In
timnlve RrntliiR rocounnliminco of the
country west oo Crescent. Konwt
(lunril llowinnn will hnvo chnrRo ".'
Itro protection work In that district
durliiK his nliHiince.
ItmiRor Curl has conatruclod a tele
phone linn nhout 2 'A tnllca In Icnstn
from the Pino Mountain linn to tho
summit of Paulluu Peak. The lino
to Pino Mountain la now workliiK n
Rood ahnpo.
Porost Huporvlsor Merrltt waa over
the new cut off on the Davis I.nko
road recently completed by ItmiRor
Kd Mnhn, during tho latter part f
July. Tho road la now In fair con
dition nlthoiiRh n little soft. It a
passable for nutns ns far as Davla
I.nko.' HmiRor Mnhn U filsrinlrff.'
however, on dolntt some further Im
provniiient on this road which M'l
placo It In oven belter condition.
ItunRcr Kouth hua nrrmiRod with
Iho piiple of Crescent to nsalst the
PoriHit Hervlcv In cutlltiK tho roola
from mid stralKHtonliiR tin road run
nliiK west from i'riweiu tow nru uueu
anil CrtMcent Mkoa.
ItniiRor Vincent will start work on
th ThhimIm tolsphone line aKln
within a rw duya. This lint waa
built from llwid west to the Colum
bia fbiuthern htMilRutd laat fall It
will now be extended from thre o
the Tiimabi Hnr nation following
the HMRon ti.ad route rut out 0 .Mr.
Weltou.
At least five fires are known
hnvo started ns a result of tho lljcht
iiIiik storm of AiiRiist 2.
Ono hundred sixty ncrcs of land
In sections 19, 20, 29 und 10 of T.
15 H., It. K., hnvo been withdrawn
ns tho Trout Creok reservoir site.
This Is the first withdrawal in thla
fortwt for Irrigation reservo r situs.
The BRICK GARAGE
ON BOND STREET
THE LARGEST AND DEST
guru go building In Central Ortrfon.
KTOIUOi: AT MODKIUTK ItATKS
Kxpcrt Itepalr Work nt Fnlr Price
RESULTS GUARANTEED
We Distribute Chalmers V Saxon Curs nnd Seldcn Trucks
(1AHOLINK SUNDRIKS
lEe Bend Garago Company
II. K. Hnrtly
K. II.
Help Make Oregon the
Cleanest State in the Union
Unolciin Idoau In rogard to box scattered broadcast by tho lgnor
ant causo Immorality, dlseaso nnd suffering among tho Innocont.
Truo, wholuRoiuo Information helps to produce clean, healthful
cltlions "apn,blo of richer nnd moro useful Uvea,
Hex education should bo provided when possible In the homo.
Pauiphloto will bo uont free for mon and women, hoya nnd girls
of nil ugoa. Bond 2-cont atnmp und stnto definitely ages and
cox of children nnd other persons for whom pamphlotu tiro
wnutod, Address
The Oregon Social
Dept. If.
CHURCH NOTICES
Prcsbyterlnii
Tho services for tho PrcshyterlnmJ
chiiroh will bo nn follows, next sun
day, Hundny school nt 10:00 n. in.
I'rcaoliltiK nt 11:00 from the theme,
"Tho Ministry of Christ, Past, Pres
ent, and Putiiro." The second meet-
Iiik of tho union services will Do iiolii
In thu Preshytorlnn church nt 8:00
p. to. llov. K. O. Judd will prenci
from the I he mo, "The Hllxlr or Life."
A cordlnl luvllntlon Is extended to all
to wornhlp with us. II. C, Hurt
rnnft, pnstor.
.MrtliodM.
Tho morning discussion will ho n
continuation or tho exposition of
liphesluus, iih round In tlio four 10
ahnptor. There will he no evening
services on account of tho Union
meetliiRN nt tho Preshytorlnn church.
Biimluy roliool 10:00 n, in. Kpworth
LcnRtio 7 p. m. Prnyor meeting on
Thursday evening 8 p. in, C. A.
Hmlth.
embolic.
There will bo mnss nt tho Catholic
church Sunday at 10:30.
Ibipllst.
lllltlo school 10 u. in. Preaching
11 o'clock, subject, "Tho Soul of tho
Mini." There will lie no preaching
Nervlrn In the Hnptlst church In tho
evening ns n Union servloo will ho
held In tho Preshytorlnn church nnd
the members nnd friends or this
church nro most earnestly Invited to
ntteud. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening, 8 o'clock. K. u. Judd, pas
tor. Ono cent n word la all n little want
Ad will cost you.
V. T. Orrcne. llopklnton. N. II..
writes the following letter, which
will Interest every ono who hna kid
ney trouble. "Kor over a year, Mra.
MEAICU'S ROYAL GHOST.
Lsgsnd of tha Rumbling Cava of Las
Sltrvat Hot Springi.
The hot sprlnga of Ijis Klvrvns, near
Valle de C'aiilxos, In u remote rt of
the stnto of Guerrero. Mexico, have
been visited by few jieople fruni the
outside world, but they tire fnmuus In
the legends and history of the Indian
tribes of that part of the republic.
According to the natives, the waters
of the spring pomnn great medicinal
"roKrtles. In nnclent times tho
springs were the favorite bathing re
sort of the noble families of tho Tepa
liven. Alcolhua mid other tribes that
llvrd In thut region.
On hoth sldea of the chief spring
there nru huge rocks with hieroglyph
lea mid the tlgurea of women beauti
fully curved. Judging from the robes
wont by the women, their stately np
IK'iirnnce nnd the Jewels nround their
necks, tho figures must represent prln
ceseH oc ladles ot Very Jilgh ruuk.
The spring Is nt the entrance to a
grotto Hint tins never been explored.
Prom the grotto n rumbling sound re
sembling iliituut thunder Is to be hctird
all the time. According to mitlves. the
nimble Is emiseil by the ghost of King
Hxeamlnn. who ruled over thut part of
the country three or four jfinfiturleH lie
foro the Hanlards dlHeoverfd'Amerliii.
King I'xcHiulnn. the trodlllnu suya.
was ns Iwd as man could l He tnur
dentl people merely for the pleasure or
scvtng them die and cmnilttel every
erlnie. He had hl iHire constmcteil
In nnether mv. which eomniunlmted
with that of the spring by n tunnel.
There KxemuliM. In company with
some of hW fuvorttes. Inid orgies ttmt
lusted weoks mid inoiiths.
When he dlisl nn eartho,unko destroy
il his 1'iilme. Hlnce tlmt day Ids ghost
bus leeii bmiutlug the cave iniir the
spring, mid none of the unlive hits
ever dared go Into the cuve.-New York
Hun.
llrunkn
T. W, Hnrtly
Hygiene Society
720 Soiling Uulldlng, Portland, Oregon
Oreenc had been afflicted with a vary
fttubborn kidney trouble. Foley Kid
ney Pills dona tnoro to complete her
recovery than nny modlclne alio his
Inkon nnd 1 feci It my duty to recom
mend them,"
pihiii:umi:n notick.
Many fishermen nro putting tho
hrnds nnd entrails of trout they clean
Into tho rivers nnd lakes, Thla '.n
ngnlnst thu law, and It ronlly a vory
bad ''practice ns It makes tho water
Impure. All sportsmen nro re'iue4ed
to co-opcrnte to atop thla practice
CLVDB McKAY, Dlst. Game Warden.
NOTK'j; OK HHKKIFF'H HAI.K.
lly virtue or nn execution In fore
closure duly Issued by tho Clerk of
the Circuit Court or tho County of
Crook. Stale of Oregon, dated tho
14th day or July, 1914, in n certain
ncllon In tho Circuit Court for said
County and Btato, whee In Dend
Hnrdwaro Company, a corporation, km
plaintiff, recovered judgment ngalnit
Hnttlo h. Murphy and II. J. Murphy,
ot nl, na defondanta for tho sum of
Might Hundred Nfflety-clght Dollars,
and cost, mid disbursements taxed at
Nineteen nnd 75-100 Dollars, and At
torney's fee Klghly-flvc Dollars, on
tho 14th day of July 1914.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on the 22nd day of August, 1914, at
tho not th front door of -thu Court
house In Prlnevllle. Oregcn. In Crook
county. In said county, at 10 o'clock
In the n. noon or sold day, sell nt pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following described proper
ty, to-wlt:
Lot 4, of tho reaubdlvlalon tf
block 24, Hend, Crook county, Ore
gon. And whorcaa. on tho 14th day
or July, A. D., 1914, In the above
nn ined court, n ludgment wna rende
od against the above named plalnt'n
nnd agilnst tho above named defend
ant, II. J. Murphy for Ono Hundred
Fifty-one mid 34-100 Dollars wth In
terest thereon from September 28,
1913, al tho rate of ten por cent per
annum, nnd Twenty-five Dollara At
torney fee and the further sum of
Nineteen Dollara costs, which Judg
ment was enrolled and docketed In
the Clerk's office of said Court In
said County on the 14th day ot July
A. I).. 1914.
AND WHKrtBAS, It waa furth-r
ordered and decreed by tbo Court
Ih tt tot 4, of the re-aubdlvlslon or
block 24, Hend. Crook County. Ore
gon. He sold by the Sheriff or said
County, ns under execution end tho
proceeds or such aalc, after paying
tho costs and disbursements, attor
ney's fees to bo applied on the above
judgments.
And notice In hereby given that I
have taken and levied upon as the
property of the said Hattlo I- Murjihv
and II. J. Murphy ct nl, ns above de
scribed, and will sell tha same ct
public auction. August 22, 1914, or
ns much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy tho said judgment In favor
of Hend Hardwnre Company against
said Hattlo I- Murphy and II. J.
Murphy ct al, with Interest thereon,
together with nil costs and disburse
ments that have or may accrue Sub
ject to redemption ns required by
law.
FHANK ELK INS. Sheriff.
Dated at Prlnevllle. Oregon, July
16th. 1914.
Uy W. E. VAN ALLKN,
20-24c. Denut".
THE UNITED
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WAREHOUSE
COMPANY
' Storage and Forwarding
General Commission
Merchants
WE HANDLE OIL, GASOLINE, SUGAR,
FLOUR, SALT, HIDES
FRESH and SALT MEATS .
HAMS, BACON AND LARD
T5e United Warehouse Co.
A. M. Pringle, Mgr. Bend, Oregon
O'DONNELL
UNION MARJCET
Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. V.
Hend Lodge No. 2 IK.
Regular meeting ovory Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Bath
er's Hall, Visiting brotheM
cordially welcome,
IJKIIT fUIl'BY. N 0.
0 P.O. P. GOVK, Secretary.
THU FKATKKNAIi llllOTIIFIl
HOOD. Hend Lodgo No. 897 meets In
Bather's Hall overy Thursday
evening, with social on third
Thursday each r..onth. Visiting
members cordially Invited.
Mra, O. W. Bhrlner, Prea.
Leroy Fox, Secretary.
IIOYAL NKIOIIHOItB OF
AMKUK'A.
Itnnner Cmnii No, 0(1.11.
Regular meetings second and
fourth Tuesdays, Bather's Hall.
MItS. J. 11. CONNAHN, Oracle.
MK8. A. OHCL'TT. Recorder,
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the minute steel attach
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Send name and address for
our beautiful H. T. cata
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Knglnccr V
nODEIlT W. SAWYEtt
NOTARY I'UIIIIO
Hullctln Offlco, Hend, Oregon
S. II. HOOIN
Innd Attorney
RusInoAs before the IT S. Land
ofllro a specialty. Twenty flvo
years experience In practice be
fore tho local U. 8. Lnnd Offlco
nnd the departments, at Wash
ington, D. C. Offices over tho
Deschutes State Hank.
IIKNI) :: :-: OHKGON
J. U. Hell A W. Hlma
CROOK COl'NTY ARSTRAOT
COMPANY
(Incorporated)
Successors to Tho J. H Haner
Abstract Co., Prlnevllle, Ore.
Abstracts Insurance
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
I) E.VTI8T
Office Over Poitoffl.ee
Dend, - Oregon
W1LLARD H. WIRTZ
I A W Y K IC
Prlnevllle, Oregon.
C. 8. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Bonson Building, Wall Street
Bend, Oregon
VERNON A. FORBES
LAWYER
First National Bank Building
Hend, :-: ;-: Oregon
GEORGE 8. YOUNG
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
City Engineer of Rend.
Room 5 First National Bank
Building
II. H. D e AltMOND
LAWYER.
Oregon Street. Bond, Oregon
H. C. 2 L L I S
Attorneyat-Laiv
United States Coimninsloncr
First National Bank Building
bend, Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
KE.NTI8T
Office in Suther Building.
Hours 9 to 12. 1 to 5.
Sundays nnd evenings by
Appointment.
dr. A. B. CROPP
Chiropractor
DRUG LESS PHYSICIAN
Offlco over Miller Lumber Co..
Wall Street. Houra: 9-12. 1-5.
C. P. NISWONOER, Bend, Ore,
UNDERTAKER
Licensed Enibalmer, Funeral
Director.
Phone. Lady Assistant
FOR SUMMER
' Wear get a pair of
WORLD'S WORK
SHOES.
Sold by
R.H.LOVEN
the Shoe Repair Man.
Bond street, Bend, Ore
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