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THE BEND BULLETIN
(I'libllNlicd Hvcry Wednesday) j
QEOUOB PALMI3K PUTNAM
Kdltor and Publisher.
KOniSUT W. SAWYER ,
An Independent newspaper stnml
tng for tlio anunro tlol, clean busi
ness, clean politics nml tho best In
terests of Uond and Central Oregon.
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Make nil checks and orders pay
able to Dend Bulletin.
TO BE RESERVED FOR
I'lnnl Onslllcntlnn of I.niuls Around
The take Is Made Hold to Hnu
Xo Positive Ynliic For Agrli'iit-
turc Xeedetl for Other Use.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 19H.
3 i eeacaags- -,. - jxjj
THE NORTH CANAL AOAIN.
Tho now North Ccnal offer Is Iden
tical with tho first oxcopt n the
amount asked by tho C. O. I. Co., for
what It turns over. Tho company
formerly asked 1300,000 end tho de
livery of certain water and offered to
finish tho canal to its Intersection
with tho Pilot Ilutto canal. Calling
tho valuo of that work $35,000, t
net price was $265,000 and tho
water deliveries. Its price now Is
$135,000 nnd the water deliveries.
The thins offered the purchaser Is
mo same but with this offer n plan
4s submitted suggesting how, by re
ducing tho acreage, tho cast of tho
reclamation may be lowored below
the estimate made In tho recent Jn
"iFor what Is being offered now tho
Jacobs report said that $50,000
would 1)0 a fair price while Stato
Engineer Lewis put the amount at
J1C6.-J00. The offer at $135,000 l
bgtweon those two end If the differ
ences between Mr. Jacobs nnd Mr.
Lewis could bo reconciled It miji)t
bo that this would bo found to bo .1
fair snm to pay.
HOW ABOUT REPRESENTATION?
vA matter hitherto unnoticed In Its
bearing on county division appears In
tho pamphlet of proposed laws sent
out by the secretary of state. It In
Forest Supervisor M. L. Morritt
has received word of tho final clai
Binpatlon, U' the Secretary of Agil
culture, of a body of land on tin
Dcschutea and Paulina National For
ests known as tho Davis Jnko Project.
ino project covers 3,035 acrcrf,
and is situated on (ho boundary lino
between Klamath and Crook cou -ties.
In T. 22 and 23 8., It. 7 E., V.
M., nnd Includes nil of tho open n.vl
soino of tho limbered laud around
Lnvls Lake. Tho tract Is six mlhs
from Maiden Peak, which is at tho
summit of tho Cascades and S.000
feet In elevation. Davis Lake itself
has an altitude of 4,800 feet and N
four miles long and thrco miles wld
Tho country south nnd cast la rough
and rugged, and has on altltudo from
5000 to 7,000 feet. Tho Crano
Pralrle-Crcccent road trnverses tho
tract on tho west side of tho lake,
and the Davis Lake-Ucnd road erot
ics It on the south and east sides of
tho- lake. These- roads are Impn.s-
sauio on account of snow from O :
tober 1 to May 1.
Tho project was covorod thorough
ly by Forest Sorvlce cxnmlnors, nnd
over 2000 acres was found to he
covered with a stand of puro lodge-
pole pluo and mixed yellow plno an I
lodgopolo pine. Tho strip of open
land around tho lako is really tin
controlling area for public uses In
and around, and to and from the Da
vis Lako country- The natural
meadow 'grass, which grows over :i
limited area, has beon used for years
to furnish feed to sheep traveling
from the south to the high mountnlra
above, and back again. The country
along the Inko Is famed for ttn dud:
hunting. Its fishing and Its game. In
order to enjoy this hunting, thnro
must be a place to camp. This str'p
along the lako furnishes tho onlv
practical place for campers and their
horses. In fact, thoro havo been pro
tests against opening this area to set-
! tiement. Next, a sawmill site must
There nro homes that trot and lames
And ninny with other eoniinoiidnhlo
Our lioud hnndmndo harness could
mnko thorn go sumo, -
Rut the hobble Mklrt hull oh oah bout
all tholr Knlttt.
The ncodlcwork la (Win but the Stnto
must go some to beat tho SlHturu
Their waters aro grand, this wo must
I urn uuiui imiurH Kivo uituu n run i.ir
tholr money nnv old day.
The baby hov HploiHlttl, bless their
Rut Rend bunts thorn nil on Its crop
of now bride. . .
Hut It's groat, now I toll yon, tlilH
Fair of our Stnto.
Thanks to ono of llond'a boosters, 1
wear a Demi omblom on my leu
And tho iiUMtlona I nnswor nre mi. i-
crous, you may bollovo.
Woll, wo'ro all over hero to play on
Rut If wo don't got tho ribbon, wo can
at least show what wo can do."
NEW I.IRRAUY ROOKS.
Tho following titles have been ad
ded to tho library; from Mrs.F. A.
Oohme, "I.ovo Under Flro." by Rob
crt Parrlsh; from Mrs. J. E. Ryan,
"Ry Wit of Woman," Arthur W.
Mnrchmont; "An Enemy to tho
King," It. N. Stopheua: "Ihobell" Jna.
Oliver Currwood: "Tho Truth About
Toluo," Rorthn Runklo.
(Continued from pngo 1.)
the so-called "county officers torn:
amendment" on page 70 of tho pnm-, bo reserved If the adjoining timber
ju.ci. ii iv jmwvs, anu mere a is 10 no uuiizcu. a pumic rigm or
every reason to suppose that It will way for a road to connect with exist
since It Is a reasonable measure and Ing roads, a telephone Hoe. nnd a
In tho Interests of economy, tho offl- ranger station, must nil bo provided
cers who are elected for Crook com.- for on this nroo- to protect and art-
especially during the Circuit Court
nnd fair week at Prlnovlle, tho Uls
ter of county division has been ono
of tho principal topics of conversation
among tho visitors from dlrforont
parts of tho county, nnd from tho
opinions expressed by many from this
section who nro in attendance, ccner
a! assurance has been glvon thnt tho
proposed Jefferson county will fill
plenty of support In tlio old con:")
nnd that many of tho old sottlem
have como to realize that wo aro J'M
tilled In asking It at this time fully
believing that wc nre entitled to It.
"Comparisons havo been drfthn of
tho cost of tho Inst term of the Cir
cuit Court to old Crook county and
also as to tho cost of maintaining the
presont county offices, as evidenced
by tho bills audited at tho last term
of tho county court. Taking tho lav
comparison, wo will say as report!!
by the account of the county clerk'
ollico. that the cost of maintaining
his office, as far as clork biro Is con
cerned, for tho month of August ws
$310.00 oxtrn, or rather other thaa
tho clerk's regular salary.
"Also tako tho sheriff's office, with
a coitHldurnblo n mount of money al
lowed for deputies In different linrln
uf tho county; tho school ttupurlit
tondont'a ottlco nltto cornea In with
ninny o.xlraii. Wo do not Intend t
uhuJIiIh an u menus of censuring th
iiiesuut olllulnls for tho waste of their
oltlros, tho fact of tlio matter Is tlitve
oxtrn olorka and doputlua nro wwoii-
tlnl nnd vnroaaary to keep tin tin
hualnoen efficiency of the ollleott, but
to use this as an Illustration to show
the fallacy of tho argument of those
Who (Hinteud thnt the tnxea will be
muoli higher with throe counties than
with uuo beenuso of iimliitiitnl.i.r
throo puis of officers.
"ThlM not only applleo llj'jUlfi of
tlree of ulerk, Hherirf and ssjJoqLsun
erlntondent, but to tho dthor coun
ty offices nit well, thus tho aimirtlon
made by some of thimo opposed t.i
county dlvlBlou, thnt the oont of innli
taluing three sets of county oIIIcum
would iio greater than under tho pnM
ent system of ono countv, is shown
to "bo ontlroly nut of reason, and tin
fact of tho matter Is. on tho whole,
wo bollovo that the taxpayer of thi
county nt tho presont time nro pay
ing much more tor tho mnlntcunneo
of tho county olllcoa In salaries, an I
otherwise, than all three couutloJ
would should tho division movommit
carry In both Jefferson and Desohulea
"Tho ono fenturo thnt seems to
meet with general approval anion it
tho peoplo in tho proposed JeffurBoii
county It that when they pay tholr
taxes, oven though they nro as high
as tltoy havo been during the past
two years, tbuy will bo ablo to see
whore tho money tins gone nnd would
not feel thnt they nre paying out
money for the benefit of ncctlona of
the county entirely foreign to them,
nnd without any locnl benefit whatever."
THE PAST WEEK
von ha i.t:.
AT A RAROAIN: FOR CASH OR
o.-I TIME: I.ots ono nnd two of bloct
three, North Addition to Dend; for
mer slto of Evergreen rooming home
In front of M. I. Kelly residence; alio
-I room cottage, furnished, with lot
100x50 feet In Lytln Aero tract No.
10, near Standard Oil tank, on omt
side R. R. track. For terms see ('
8. llenson Agent. City; or Dr. II. I).
Rrown, owner, Fort Myers, Florida.
Tim Ktont butllo of Iho C!ral Wf.r-I
continue with iiunpprumble change
on either aide. Only tlfe in.ai nmniro
ropoitH have beou glvin out and tln
room to ngroo th.-t cuc'i r.dvaiieca m
hvo liium mmie in tin pant whuk
have been on tho toft wing uf onch er
the opputdug forces. The latest word
rom tho front ho.vh thnt tlio Imtllo
is dovolopltiK Into a Diego, tho Otr
mnna being ontronohod In Htrongly
Thousands of nuin linvo been killed
on both Hldoa but tho spirit of tho
troopii of tho Allies Is Htild to bo good
and their offenalvo nnd defensive
lighting of tho highest order. Fresh
trooim nro being raised In England
nnd the colonies fur scrvlcu In tho
News from tho Prussian east fron
tier la still coulllotliig. Tho Run
sinus havo apparently tnken tho of
fensive again nnd hr.vo gnlned wouio
ground. Their advance through Am
trla appears to continue, Hervln nil 1
Montenegro ure nloo moving Unto
Austria. Cholera Is reported to have
broken out In tho Austrian hospltaU.
Thoro has been no chniigo In the
nnval situation, but tho air ni'n
havo been more active In tho punt
fow days. A (ieriunu anroplati"
dropped a bomb In Paris killing ono
and Injuring others nnd neroplnnu
and dirigible havo visited Antwerp.
Tho Japanese are advancing on tho
(lermsn formications at Kino-Chau.
WANTNI) -Wink on dairy at tin
ny mini ami wire. Apply null
FOR RUNT or FOR HAI-H-Itiuiril
;tao i)nroM, 0 nillss I). 10, of Ilond. 70
neroa uultlvntod, bfllnnco ijaml pni
tuio, :ifl() uelO waHir rlKht. (lood t
room liousH. Addroan l H. Rlqlt
uril, lleud, OroHou. SfU-We
l'OH IlKNT- -Two Minnll ftirnlslilid
llOUSUH IIAUI' HclldOl llllllHH. H, It.
Ilogln. ovar Dasohiilos innk, aor
FOR RltfNT HuiillJ Iioiiho psrQy
rurnlMhod. ffl n uiontlii also luTit
lioiiNii ndjoliilug, Nour depot, hi
liilio at lliillHtlu. -(Olt
FOR ItlCNT llooiim onntrnlly lo
cated. Ifllvctrlo ItghlH and wntor,
Hultnbln rnr liousolieeplug, Ohoni,
Apply lliilletln Oilluo.
FOR HAl.K- Cheap, liny ti,
weight about XOUU. Ilorso yeTrn
old, mare, three fast. Wagon itdil
harness, Prnrllcnlly now. f.l.'.o ror
quick sale. Iruiulro Courtney r a mill.
3V4 miles north of Uldluw. . -Will b
nt Aiiiiu'h barn Friday, 1 p. n.
FOR HAI.IdviiuInu sijuMKct
tie house and lot on Adam
Don't I to IhitheitNl with Coughing.
Stop It -with Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. It spreads a sooth
ing, healing costing rn It glides down
tho throat, and tickling. lioorseneM
haoklng aro quickly healeil. Chlldran
love it tastes good and no oplatoa.
A man In Texns walkd 15 mile to
a drug storo to gat a bottle. Rust you
can buy for croup or bronchial
coughs. Try It. Pattorson Drug Co.
Try tho Altnmont for Sunday dlu
nor. C to 7. p. m. Adv.
county in rxovomuor will serve
Now tho south wostorn part of
Crook county, tho proposed Des
chutes county. Is not represented
among tho candidates for any office
whose term will bo thus oxtendod. tf
the law passes the southwestern part
of the county will be absolutely with
out representation and with no
chance of any until 1018.
The only way to save otsrMlvcs
from the coniuencs of twls n'v
law is to
VOTE FOR DESCHITEa COUNTV
minister tho surrounding heavily
Furthermore, agriculture could not
be followed permanently on account
of tho sell and climatic conditions.
According to the record, killing
frosts have occurred during ovory
month of tho year. Thon, too, Darts
Lake overflows periodically, and the
about Its ouge is
HIOII SCHOOL AND FAIR.
The so-called "County Pair" was
held roeently at Prinevllle. Like the
"county" high school. It was no mors
b county affair than tho Rodmond Po
tato Show. It was. In fact, proolo.is
nearly an exclusive Prinovllle affair,
held for the direct benefit of Prino
vllle. Did Prinevllle pay aU the bills?
Prinevllle did not. nut the taxpay
ers of all Crook eounty had the priv
ilege of sharing tho cost. For the
County Court appropriated unr
1000 for that Prinevllle fa'r. And
the west sido taxpayer weld their
eharo. With the high school U fit
exactly tho same. The voter or tat
proposed Deschutes eounty are paving
PrlnoviUVs bills. The sooner the?
economize and saTc this coat fro.n
whlah they gat no good, the Itctttr
for their pocket books. And the wav
to economise U to vote for Deachute
then under water.
in view of these conditions.
"It la my opinion after a eimule'e
review of the eviunee. that tM lr 1
ha no iKieitlve value for afrleiili,
that It Is needed for tho . utilisa
tion, protection, adnln'ftratios an I
enjoyment br the pwh'1- rt the r-
sources of the surround n forml
area, and that the rnlv hlrhnr i
to which It might be put, onld l
water Rtorago iuirpoea wNicJi it M.
co a proper National Foraat use cf
Seed Wheat on Dry Land Farms
ADVICE IS OIVKX DRV FARMERS IIV COfXTV AdlllCl'l.Tl'HIST-
TURKEV RED IS FOUND TO RE REST VARIHTV TO OROW
IN THIS SECTION AND WINTER WHEAT PRI5F.
URAItl.K TO SI 'It IMS VAltlltTIHS SHOULD
HE PLANTED AFTER A RAIN.
Adtrrllsetueiita Inserted under IliU
ricninng at Hie rate of OSlt CENT A
WORD each Insertion. Cnuli imut
nrcompniiy all nnlcr from persons
not liiivlng n regular nrcount Mltlt
The llullctln. No niltertUcmcnt Ink
for 1cm tliiui in ccnU racli Insertion.
(Ry Comity Agriculturist A. E. Lmctt.)
. POWELSON IS ATTHE
STATE FAIR IN SALEM NOW
HANDSOME POLDER OFT.
The Union Pacific system has re
cently laeucd a handsome folder
titled "The Seeale Columbia River
Route to tho Pacific Northweet," la
tended to bring traMe to the San
Franeleco fair over Its linen net
year. The folder hoe 64 page and
doeoriboH the various sections of the
country the traveler will crow on tin
company's lines. There are numer
ous colored lllustrat'ona and mentlm
is made of the Deechutee river, Rend
Word lutH been received of the
marriage In Spokane on September
19, of Roy Pierce and Mabel Oerc
son, both formerly of Ik-nd. The
nre spending a few weeks In Spokane
eftor which tlioy will go to Portland
Froah ootiago olieese on sale it
tho Creamery at all times. Adv 2983p
HEWARE OF IMITATION,
Dxgoing to the tallpr and getting
yourcTotheB, you are nasured of get
ting tho vary beat quality of wooiua
for your money. Imported and do
mestic. Also tho very host of meas
urement, style and fit that skill onn
make. My prices rango from $15.00"
up. Dry cleaning and pressing a
apeoialty. F. E. Dick. Adv.
Rend Woman Writes of What She
Scom in Intcitulnliig Manner Cen
tral Oregon Sliyns t'p Woll.
Mrs. PIorene funleek-Peweleri
w at me star rsir at saiem as
( fiend's representative. Her oxhlit
ef band painted china probably w 11
bring some premium back to Central
, Oregon. Rut here is what Mrs. lo. -
elaon baa to say about the anew:
"THE STATE FAIR.
Makoe me think of Mrs. Fogarty a
There's pjuros and prunes and cher
ries, nutmeg and citron and elnna
Some dolnga thin Fair of our State.
Cabbage almost as large an we raise
In fact Fvo beon sorry we didn't
rake some up and send
There's radishes long and radishes
Some I swear, weigh over a pound.
Rut of all that I've seen roust take off
tholr hats to llond's flower allow
Hut there's cauliflower, eggplant,
sweet corn and all
Vegetables the entire length of tho
70 foot wall
(ioldon pumpkins- gojore, and I vow
every old 'farmer I seo Ms brlngln'
Well there's animals thick and nil-
Some tied to a pool and some In a '
Some bacon on foot.some stacked u.i
In tho aide
"Wliat'u 1 ralto an ray farm?" an M
f farmer ropllod
"Holl, hopvluo and babies," and m
old suffragette looked erry-eyed.
nut it's great this Fair of the Stat,:
tho chlokona on show aro right up
One pen of rods sixteen to one of tfte
finest old cockerels that's recond to
Of eourte two of the moat imor
tant points for aueeewful wheat
growing are the pregarathin of, Uie
need bml for the crop and the use f
pure, well cleaned seed of beet v.
liotlee for seeding. If ibe summer
fa'low was wcJI pretMred and the
l.-nd well cultivated during the fallov
season, tho seed bed Is now In good
condition for planting the leed. Ex
periments In this soc t Ion havo proven
almost beyond question that the Tur
key Red whoat la the beat winter va
riety for us to grow, and In the uirf.
Jorlty df oaccs, winter wheat wjtl
provo hotter on our dry lands than
will the spring varieties. Almo.it
always, wheat will tend to "run out"
on land where the rainfall la as light
as it la In Crook County so that e
must oltlier select our seed by haai
in the field or purchase set d from the i
outside every fow yoars.
We cannot be sat in fled with simp-
valuable to the amnll grain termor.
Oarcful experiments have bsmw
carried on to determine the beat ttate
for planting wheat In our dry farm
ing sections and it has bcea fonnl
that It iwys to poetnanc planting lH
aftor the fall rains atari. Many sea
sons, this will mean that we must
wait until as late as NovsiaJwr lh.
but it pays even this late. If planted
before these rains, either shallow if
deep, ns good results cannot be ex
pected. When planted In tho duet
shallow, a light rain will sprout the
grain and, oxeopt other rains follow
aa needed, the sprout will dry out
nnd die. If plantod deep, mnuy of
the sproutM will not llvo to roach the
surface. If one has a large acreage,
no may io Justified in roking a part
of it before the rains In order that
there may be leaa extremely late sow
lug but, where possible, it will pay to
piam nil niter tne rains. After the
WANTED Laundry and mending.
Lcavo bundles nt William's second
hand store. !0-31p
FOR RENT Four room oottagn,
well furnished.' Phono lllaek
WANTED At Mllllean Inn, 3
mlloa out on llond-lluru .road, a
middle aged woman who can take
responsible ponIIIoii aa nook ami
homo keeper. Recommendation ii
slrud. Write Immediately to Ada II
Mllllean, Mllllean, Ore. 30if
i..inM .ii.... i ,.i s i,l..ai it ifM.n.
IIUUIITI III 1 lb .! U ,fUl II, tf V
(ddltlon to Romr. Rest offer take it
Stnto bank to send paper to, H. t'.
Pratt, 017 Hill Htruet... Lou Angole.
LOST Suit rase. Finder return
lo N. P, Smith I lard ware store nicl
lecotvo rowurd. Oeorgo llii
brook. 30-31 p
FOR HALE - Team, wngou nnd
harness, light spring wngon, Imiekv
with pole and nhnfts, ono H Inch 01-..
Ivor uliiw. nun sii iliiiibln bartimui mi r
ono lot of small tools. iiiMUlru Nlxnu, '
FOR SALE 330 aero liomoatoail i
rnllniiilhiiient ut n bargain. I.nmt
level, good location. Imiulro Ilulle
tln. ?!)tr .
FOR HALE High grade colli,
young, cheup. Imiulro at tliillotln ,
ofllcn. , :.0 u
FOR BALE Cheap. Two sIhkIm
bads. Imiulro llullutin uillco, 17tf -
FOR HALE Cheap, two Jersey
cows, apply llullutin otfloe. 3S-3!p.
FOR HAI.El'otnlo dlKKr. In
iiilr M. J. Main. XI if
FOR HALI Flue Jersey cow. In. .
iliilre at Mr. II. J. Murphy's near
F(R SALE Nino Jersey cow.i
Phone Millard TrlpletL 3Jtf
FOR MAI.l 8 lloUleln tow. ,t
prodgeer. somn fresh now, others It '
month. Farm 7 mile N. II. Mull
station, Redmond. Phone No. Itoi. .
P. O. I'rlaovllle. J. P. Rise. 2ir
U)ST AND IQUND,
LOST Whlto setter dog. Notify
llullctln office. if
LOUT Water anlol puppy. Hei.r
Held sohool. Finder kindly rin
to C. M. McKay. JO-3 Ip
LOST FIvo dollars rownrd. for 1
horses strayed. Horrul mare brand! ,
7 on stlllu, weight about 1000 wun i
coal black mart) with bell on, brand, it
17 on stifle, wulght about V00 pouui'.i'
Iwy goldlug. Willi boll on. branded C
on stlllo, two hind feet while. HolfV
nnd notify Sisters Central. 30
TAKEN I'P In Lytln. pig about ft,
week old. Owner ran have aamn ny
iHiylng cost. Mr, tleorge Hates 30 i
LET US PUT
ly buying the seed from. the outsldo, rains, sow not less than one-half Inch
HViTvvar, uur iv wrnju? pvtuib l t nur mure iiisii one auti one-nail III-
eel from a jiartlcularly good field cliee deop.
of grain, but should use the fanning! The formaldehyde treatment of tha
jnlll strenuously on the wheat to be 'seed for smut Is alwas advisable n
planted. The fiends in tne neWl are this section. Thirty pounds of good
developed from a crossing or t ie, seed Is sufficient ner acre. A heuvle
atalka In the (laid while In bloom, seeding Is llutde to use tin the uvall-
thue, even a "small number of poer ablo moisture bofore the araln is un.
seelB may exert a gror.t Influence u tured. Many fields wt-re planted tua
the yield. The fanning mill is in-' thick or heavy the past season.
.. m&& .
Nice Red, Juicy
Jonathan Apples .
$1.50 Per Box
j- . A T
Shuey's Cash Grocery
NEW SUIT AND
THE BEST WAV TO GET A SUITOR OVERCOAT
THAT FITS VOU IS TO COME TO US AND LET US
TAKE YOUR MEASURE. YOU WILL HAVE SCORES
OF NEW PATTERNS TO PICK FROM. AND VOU
WILL BE BETTER PLEASED TO HAVE A SUIT OR
OVERCOAT MADE ESPECIALLY FOR VOU.
IT WILL ONLY COST YOU A VERY MODERATE
SUM, COME IN THIS WEEK AND LET US TALK
Infants' Coats from... $2.50 to $7.50'
Misses' Coats from. $4.00 to $15.00
Ladies' Coals from. $7.50 to $25.00
Ladies' Suits from $12.50 to $30.00
Mackinaws from $3.50 to $ 1 5.00
Hefore buying don't forgot to look over our line olw
Blankets from...4 50c to $1 1.00)
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
in T' i