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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1914)
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OF MO TOUR
PRXlSES FOR AlcKENZIE
Dr. CW Hear Story ToM Him Here,
Impresses Pmlscs Iia l'lne fllf
tfortf Is ah ItnglUhmnn and Has
Now Oono Co Kuropcnn Wnr.
On h!a rocont tour ot tho state
Walter QlITard, nuto editor or tho
Orcgonian, passed through Hood. Tho
following paragraphs aro takon from
Mr. Glffard'H account ot his journoy
through this section.
Last Friday Mr. OlfTard. who Is an
Kngllshtnan. lort for tho war. On
tho trip horo described, tho mlnuto
bo got to Rlstera ho telephoned to
Tho Bulletin, asklnj: for tho latoat
war news, and whllo hero stated that
if It was to ho a battlo to tho death
with Germany ho certainly would go
to tho front.
In part, the arttcto follows:
"After staying a day thorc, (Al
len's ranch on the Metollus) we push
ed on onco more, Rend being tho ob
jective. To reach this wo had to
retrace our route to Sisters, whero wo
had an Inkling of the desire for good
roads. The proprietor of tho Sisters
Why did not taxes go up in Sherman
county when it was formed from a part of
Before the separation Wasco county
was levying a 20 mill county tax and a
$3.00 poll tax.
After the separation the people of Sher
man county paid an average tax of 9.6
Forming a new county did not make t
taxes go up there.
It will not make taxes higher here. It
will lower them as it did there.
great henuty, through nit hninonuo
nnd nlmost untuullng forost of yol
low plno, with Its Invigorating nlr,
Us clonn, invtiol smoll. Much of this
National foroat around (I.n Pino unci
between Hint town nud Crescent has
just boon thrown open to tuittltmi
who woro coming In In Inrgo mini
burs. Quo hnrdly would full to bo hit
pronged with tho llolluoft, thu litlHl-noes-llko
nlr ot l.n I'lno. It la ivh yul
n vory Infant, but ovory ono liroatlius
business and u sense ot growth nud
It has clo8u to It n woiulorlaiul thnt
bids fair, when known to outrival
that ot Klamath county."
Stop Tlioho Kurly Uronchlitl tViifjhx.
Thty hang on all winter If not
chocked, and pnvo the way for sor
lous throat nud lung disomies. (lot
n bottlo of Foley's Monoy and Tnr
Compound, and tnko It frcoly. Htop
coughs nud colds, heals raw inltauied
throat, loosens tho phlogm and is
mildly Inxatlvo. Heat for children
nnd grown pontons. No oplntos. Pat
terson Drug Co. Adv.
reminiscences of Dr. V. C. Coo.
"Ho had naked Dr. Mackenzie Into
his oOlces In tho First National Bank
building thcro and from his window
pointed out the houses that had gono
up, tho farming that had changed
dry sago land Into profitable fields.
"'Yes," ho said, "when I camo
here, thoro was an old grUsly that
used to mako his regular trek across
from tho Illuo mountains to the Can-
newspaper has been working Inces- wnV imt hm nnt tmt him. n nvni.
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Baniiy 10 xouuco inu graua on iuo
sisters Btdo or mo .Mcivenxio pass.
Without an exccsslro amount ot
Mork on some six miles of ! ' grad-
It will bo poslblo to reduce It at
least to a maximum of 9 per cent In
ono placo and generally to a maxl-
tno money had given out, but It li
mum of C per cent. For this year
thought probable that, realising thb
largo travel which can bo diverted
this way with the assurance of good
grades, the work will bo done early
"From Sisters tho best road to
llcnd Is tho longest way round, being
eomo 20 miles as compared wltu 16
from where the two branch. Most
ot It is In excellent condition, there
lelng somo effective granite and nl
kali road construction, leaving Laid
law, with heavy wall work. This
road Is clearly marked "Auto Road,"
by large If somewhat prlmltlvo signs.
"Within six miles or Uend" tho Des
chutes river comes into view for tho
first time, making a magnificent view
Btretcbing -away down below tho
After speaking of tho road, south
front here, Mr. Olffard continues:
"To revert for a moment to uend.
we bad an interesting idea ot tho
growth of this groat country In the
tunlly was killed by Mil Ilrock and
his skin Is now, I bollevo. In Harry
Corbott's ranch near Sisters."
"Wo had stopped tor a short tlnio
at Mr. Corbott'B ranch and wo had
all commented upon this flno skin,
an- enormous ono, stretched on Uio
floor. Llttla did wo connect it thon
fvlth Uend or as Illustrating tho
chango from desolation nnd wtlrfncss
to cultivation and prosperity.
Tho rldo to La Pine, as ono might
lmnglno from tho namo, Is ono ot
MANY FROM BEND
ENJOY THE FAIR
(Continued from pago 1,)
THE SANITARY LINER
litis illustration shows' our new removable, non-ruiting liner for tho bowl
chamber of tho 1014 model U, S. Cream Separator. Milk now never can
toucu tho iron bowl cnamocr ot tno separator. 1 nts liner can
bo taken out easily, an J washed with other parts. It has a
unlauo but simple locking device uliirh holds it
rigidly iaplaca when in tho frame of tho separator. itf(
tiUxon) sptrttor oa Om mulct equipped wlUiioeba
Mnltuy fMlura. It mjJcr tfxl U. S. th tWt to krtp la
clean UKtnrmcoifclltfon. TboU. 8. CrrmScpinitorhoUi
Um Woftd'i KkotA for cln lUamlnf In tltj caatcctiUra
rntuwlih ttn JIflcttnt tataU cX cow daring a period of
OCT OUR XUI CATALOGUC
&41 oa ui for oar nw 1914 caUtofiu. W wQl b (Ud to dcaxMrtiatt thb betUr
emm rptntar to 7011. ll m put it la tout cUlrr-rooat oa trUI a tour tide. It
then'i 00 U. S. Ccwm Sepmtor d0r la your vtdoltr, wtiu to our wuut oflkc.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO;
near tho town furnlshod a plctur
esqua slRht for tho audience as woll
as putting up somo ot tho best races
ot tho afternoon.
Hand Interest naturally contornd
on tho events In which local pooplo
figured and considerable ploaaurn was
taken In tho victories ot W. U. Craw
ford's horses. As n winner of tho
future, llaxxlo Patch, a son of Dan
Patch and tho prldu of Slatora load
ing fair contributor, Hobort Smith,
attracted much attention.
Other competitors from Ilond woro
Cora llntea, who was boaton In her
raco, and Frank Dlbblo and Walter
Coombs, tho only competitors In tho
auto raco. V. A. Forbos spent somo
tlmo thinking about entering but .it
lost enmo to tho conclusion that ho
would havo to go practically all tho
way on tho Intermediate, which a
against his rulcs-Indecd, somo doubt
tt ha has any Intermediate gear so
ho did not enter.
Other Fair Features.
Tho foregoing Is not to say that
alt tho Interest of tho aftornoon was
contored on tho track, for thoro wns
much also to bo seen In tho poultry
tont, In tho main exhibit hall and nt
tho livestock pons. It wno only 'n
tho Items of livestock that tho fair
could Ixj said to fall down, nnd ovon
hero for a first fair In whnt mav yet
bo called a new country tho show
ing was vory good, with seven pens
of sheep and a few mortgngo lifters
To tho oyo of tho untrained ob
server tho fancy work was a very In
teresting portion of tho display n tho
exhibit hnll nnd tho cakes and bread
and prcaorveti woro a great tempta
tion oven to ono who had already
eaten a meal at a Sisters hotel.
Ono Instructive bit of comment
that was frequently hoard from far-
IlThe New Tuber
Resists frogt and drouth
r A delicious food
See them in the win
SHAW'S FEED STORE
Lciive .orders with Slmw or F.
Edwnrds, IJox 2802fio per dor.,
mora who woro taking In tho oxhlhlts
or grains nnd grasses and roots wxn,
"Why, Fvo got bettor than that it
It this feeling Is nt nit genornl It
can bo used to groat ndvnntago by
tho management nf tho fair noxt
year when thoco who, from Intllrfur
ciico or aomn othor reason, foiled to
exhibit this tlmo ought to eomo forth
with their "bettor oxhlblts." It Is
only fair to say thnt If they havo
better products than those shown In
most canes they havo boon "going
somo," In tho farming lino this sum
llcnd lluttrr Hhottn,
Ono exhibit In tho hall thnt at
tracted nttontlon was butter from tho
Ilond ernnninrv. Mitnv liiKnnrtmt llin
Intttor with raro and found It good,
whllo tho atntoment that tho local
creamery hntt mld 31 conts a pound
for butter fat In tho month of Aug
ust made conHldnrablo Improilon.
Credit Is duo to tho management of
tho fair for tho mnnnor In which thu
dlfforout events woro run off. From
beginning to end thuro was no con
tusion and there was something do
ing all tho rJine.
Tho fair sot a stnmdnrd for coming
fairs at Sisters nnd was thoroughly
eitjoyod by all who attended.
Tho Portland Ad Club, during Its
stay in llcnd, visited many points nt
Interest, It became very iiecoNsa.y
after tho eruption at Lava llutto to
look for tho loading barber shop.
They found It horo. were they
rlghtt D right. An example wor
thy of Imitation. Tho Metropoli
The BRICK GARAGE
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
First Cluss Hi-pair Work done by experts,
Yes, we .repair Fords, and gtiarantee the
job. Full line tires nnd supplies. We
have a few bargains in second hand cars.
, .nWH sb, cjvc us n trial.'
TS Eeml Garage Company
WHERE SERVICE COUNTS
K. II. IIIIUNKA C. M. IJAKKU
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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 $?
conservative buyer that BEND ILEAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
The Bend Company
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