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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1915)
TIIK ItKNII Uri.I.KTlX, UKNI), OUK WKDNKHDAY, .lANl'AUY UO, llMft.
AUTO TRAVEL ON
Article In Annual Number Of Orefcon-
Ian Describes Alviuitn(cs This
Section Will Hnjoy During Com.
Iiik Summer llend Mentioned
Under tho tltlo "Route In Control
Oregon Is MaRnet," the following nr
tlclo descriptive of the ndvnntagcs ot
auto travel through this section ap
peared In tho nnnual number of Uo
"While nil Oregon, nnd most of the
Pacific Northwest, Is cocnectlng great
things ot tho automobilo trainc with
which it Is to ho favored next year,
porhnpa no district ran reasonably
anticipate a mora notable develop
ment in this district than the portion
of tho atato that lies cast of the Cas
"The primary reason tor tho espe
cial growth of auto travol in 1915 Is
tho San Francisco Imposition nnd Its
resulting Impetus to touring of all
kinds on the Coast. Secondary rea
sons of Bpeclal Import to Central
Oregon aro tho road Improvements
up the Columbia river from Portland
nnd the betterments mado oh tho
trans-mountain routo over tho Mc
Kcnxlo Pass. All of these working
together. It Is expected, will direct n
great amount of travel to tho inter
ior country. At least the interior
will becomo more prominent than
over, us a roadway to and from Cali
fornia and as a trur land for Ore
gontans and their guests.
"The highway up tho Columbia
naturally will opon up Central Ore
gon to the tourists as It never before
was opened. The routo up tho Co
lumbia Itself will tie the rarest kind
of a treat, tooth from the standpoint
of visual attractions nnd. in all prob
ability, nlso from the viewpoint of
the antolst whoso chief delight is
speed-making and good roads. Hut
!ond the pleasures of the Columbia
river proper will come others, Onee
the tour-maker has reached The
i 'es nnd turns oft to the south, be
will fare a new highway to Califor
nia; or If he will, he may have the
alternative of swinging westerly
main over the magnificent McKeasle
Pas, or easterly through Harney
county to Idaho.
Ilend ItoutO' Advantageous.
"Itoughly speaking, tho main high,
way now chlofly used north and
south through Central Oregon leads
south from The Dalles tn Bend, either
'id the west side of tho Deschutes via
Vaplnltla or further east through
Shaniko. There aro. In fact, n num
ber of about equally advantageous
routes south to llend. From Sisters
which Is about 2p miles northwest of
Dend, the MoKe&Jle Pass road cross
es the mountains, leading down to
KugeiiQ. The Federal authorities
have spent, and have pledged the ex
penditure, of oonslderablo sums on
the MoKenslo rente, atd ultimately
It will become an Ideal tourway for
"While there 1ms boen an effort
made to popularize a north-and-south
hlehwsr via Prlnevnb and I akerlew,
which is ronaljyaltly east of the di
rect route sflitOi from Bend, hv far
tin- maW mirtloa of the travel tndav
'roceed dlreotlv south from Pnd
va hh Pine 'd Creaoent to Fort
K!amth Thenr he dellrhtfni i
rnatlv.' ofn a dteur westward to
f'-ater I. . over adrn'rable rond
or a fnrthr urii'liwunl Jouner fi
Klamath Fall and California beyond
Creter Jfeo to Attrnrt.
"Should the Crater l.ake detour t-e
made. It ran e lengthened and the
tourist go to Hedford. on to the wPit
of the mount at-ta near whose smn
nit Is the ramous take, titan which
without anv nneettoo,, there is no
more remarkable natural attraction
In all the west.
"However, on the Central Oregon
route there Is no lack of rcenv I"
toreet. First comes the gllmnses of
the can von of the Deecbutea. through
which that river roars for niout joo
mile northward from It's Influx with
the Columbia, Tllghtfullv that gorge
baa been called the Orand Canyon of
the Northwest and assuredly no more
oictttrw.(iue extent of oature-inado
iieauty and grandeur exists in tho old
llend Flour Mill. Co. Applies to Coun
cil forKlgbt to Ket PoIcm In City.
I.n addltlci to passing tho dog
muzzling ordinance at Its meeting
vesterday as reported elsewhoro in
this paper, the city council had up
for consideration a frauchlao permit
ting IheUend Flour Mill Company to
erect poloa osd string wires along
certain designated streets from the
north boundary of tho city to Its mill
off Wall Btreot." The matter waa re
ferred to tho committee on streets,
public wayH and sewers, consisting of
rruncMment Knuteen, Davldwm and
The franchise is sought for the
purpose of bringing power from the
North Canal dam into tho city. A
general franchise for the same pur
pose covoriflg tho whole city was de
feated in tho council last spring.
DUCK 8KASON COSI5D.
Although tho state law norm!
duok shooting for some time yotlli
Veeks-SloLean, or Federal, law nro.
vldrnt for closing tho season on Jan
uary 15 and that daf$,a observed by
the stato game officials. Stato, war
dens are enforcing the law but have
to lake affondern t9 a Jederajj Instead
LOVETT SUMMARIZES WORK
OF HIS OFFICE DURING 1914
County Avrirulturlfit Telli of tho Itc
Milta Accomplished Since tMiulug
Hero Last April,
The recent campaign to poraundo
tho county court lo continue tho ap
propriation for tho county ngrlunU
turlst during tho eurront year linn
nrousod cotvBldorublo lntorot In Uiu
work ho Is now doing. Now that tho
eourt haa mndo It possible for tho
work to bo oontinuud Mr. l.ovatt Is
Being forward with his plans for (ho
year nnd oxpecte to sou a groat ml
vttneo In tho agricultural situation
In tho county,
Tho following summary of tho
work of his oilleo In 191-1, prupnrod
by Mr. I.ovett. was recently published
in n statu magnxlno:
"The county agriculturist bagati
work tn this countv the latter part
of April, 1914. At this tlnio the
most of the crops had been planted.
Work was begun by visiting tho dif
ferent sections ot tho county nnd be
coming acquainted with farmers,
their soils nnd the conditions Jnllu
enclng tholr fnrm operations. Meet
ings woro lield In each neighborhood
where practicable and an outllno of
tho work to be undertaken doearlbod
"Slnco Mnv 1. ho lias visited .1G3
farmers, held 3S meetings with n
total ot 2132 presont, organized four
farmers Improvement clubs, started
domonstrotions In fall plowing for
summer fallow, valuo ot disking bo-
toro plowing, tho value of selected
seed for potntoca nnd small grains,
oroper cultivation of corn, Inocula
tion ot alfalfa and clover seed nnd
tho duty of wator In Irrigation on
represontntlvo soils. Ho has stnrtod
a "Farmers' Exchange," and expects
to ship In a carload of field peas for
seed in tho county Will continue
tho demonstrations of this season,
tnko farm survovs of successful farms
and undcrtako ilomons'tratlons In tho
profitable crops grown in this section.
"Through his Influenco dry fnrmors
will. In lOin, plnnt nt least 100
acres of drv-lnnd alfalfa. 100 acre
of sweet clover and 200 acres of
tleld poas ns demonstrations to provo
the valuo ot theso crops to tho dry
"Ho haa n neat office In the busy
tcctlon of Hodmond, with an agricul
tural display ngrlcultural library,
and college and sjovernment liMlletins
for the Information and assistance ot
the farmers. Foitv-slx farmer hnv
called at his ofllce since May, 1914,
CHOOK COUNTY COSTS.
The Insurance Commissioner con
tfnues to live out nsure showing1
the coet of various departments of
county administration, the latest
series covering the elterKf'H otlloe.
the county court and warrant later-
est. In Crook coiity the various I
amounts were as follows for the nine I
months ending September 30: sheriff'
S4.810.C6. county court. J2.936.G0.J
warrant Interest. 1775.89.
Dr. Wiley Prepares an
Ideal Food Rojc For
New Plan of Relief Suggested by Wash
ington Woman How You Cin Aid the
Stricken Little Sister of the World A
By 'WILL ITCWIJV
aKKKfK9tMKKKmaKmm . 'Kn. : "J( I
DARLINQ OIRECTINO THE PACKING OF IDEAL
niS to going to be a pretty bard
uas ujsiurui'u uusiness in every uircctiou. We nave a few hungry
people ourselves. And yet Hclglum, a brave little', thrifty little nation
or i.uw.uw people, u going to sUrvo to death thU winter unless Amer
ica feeds' tho itelglans. How aro wo going to take care both of our own and
of the "stricken lltUo sister of tho worldT"
A woman solved tho problem. Mrs. Joseph Darling of Washington had
been knitting stockings and scarfs for European war sufferers until it occurred
to her that she might bo using her brains no well as her fingers. Bho sat down
forthwith and thought out the idoa of "food boxes for Hdslum." Mrs. Darllug
saw Dr. Harvey Wiley, who laid out the ideal food boxes for Belgian relief,
and their plan has now been taken up by tho woman's section of the commis
sion for relief In Uelgliim, of which Mm, Undon Dates to chairman.
Dr. Wiley's box for Iielglan adults, as slightly revised to get Its weight
Inside the parcel post regulations. Is as follows: Threo No. 3 tips of beans,
three No. l tins of pink Alaska salmon, ono live-pound sack of rolled oats, ono
uvepound sack of yellow comment, ono five-pound sack of yollow split peas,
ono two-pound sack of granulated sngar, ono three-pound sack of California
prunes, one seven-pound sack of wheat flour, one one-pound sack of salt, ono
can opener, one box.
That, however. Is only a guide to the kind of food which tho Belgian need.
It la intended mainly for such Americans na can afford to go and order boxes
from the grocer. Belgium wants any kind of food which will stand ocean
transportation, whlcb excludes fresh fruit nnd vegetables.
The commission for relief in Belgium
panincm 10 transmit an ueigian rciier rooustuirs ireo or cost to tho donor. If
you pot your name and address on the package nnd add tho letter "It" the
money expended for stamps will bo refunded by tho commission. Tho package
should weigh ,'not less than twenty pounds nnd not more than fifty.
' PuckugeH, nulled from 0UHUON should bo addrcuscd to THKODOIIE B.
WILCOX, MUNfjil'ArDOCK, I'dllTLAND, who to collecting agent for this
lluslnesa during tho
dull season & to re
tluco Mock wo are
making Idg .redno
lions In. p h o tfp
graphs until IfoDrii
nry 1. ., , (,
in photon In gotfll
work with nifty fol
iters and iHOHiiMiiem
wi lung as limy last.
S t r u k t h e n old
friendships with a
new portrait -Uia
gift that oxactn
nothing In return
yet has a valuo tliat
can only be eetlnint
od In kindly
Come now It you
want tho cut prloo.
R. J. TODD
HELP THE HOME PAPER
WITH ITEMS, SAYS ALLEN
llend of Department of Journnllini
at Vnlvcrsitj1 of OrvgWXtfbMlotv
Citizens May Aid Community.
"it la not onough for a llvo' com
munlty that advertising should bo
correctly used to stlmulato buslnoss
nnd to liromoto gonornl proapurlty.
Tho home nnwspapor la a social nnd
Intellectual thing na well as n mod
turn ot business. Ono cannot servo
tho community better than by seeing
that Interesting Items got to tho edi
tor. Tho editor Is no mind render:
enll him up and toll him. To do so
Is tho neighborly thing, tho kindly
thing n courtaey not to tho publish
er nlono but to everyone in tho dis
trict who might be Interested In your
Whenever Brie W. Allen, head of
the department of journalism a. the
University ot Oregon, speaks In a
town he urge the rtttien to get be
hind their home paper In both n bus
iness and a news way on the KrVWIfftJ
that the newspaper can h made a
wonderful agency for building up a
Hy a "successful eout-
AJIen means not raore-
ly Ine community whose business, men
are prospering, and whose laborers
aro all at work, but the community
that Is a real social and Intellectual
center. Ho lookH to tho home paper
na the most powerful means within
reach ot bringing nbout this kind of
winter In America. The war In Kuropo
has arranged with tho postofuce do-
A1UST SPEND IT
BEFORE JULY I
(Continued Front imku 1.)
"MxU0 ,1,' luwnrd removing tho
unrhvWblo Imprpflsltm OVeftiAdTiO.
C. Chnpimm'a nttttudo on tho saiuu
HtijUeet. Tho commlttue ns nppolutud
byA I'rualiloiit llnmsdell oouMftts of
tluy W. Tnlbot, 0. (J. Clinpinnu, J. N.
Tl, lleorgo M. Cornwall, h Allen
ImwlM. C. W. Hudson, John F. OnrrOll.
John C, AliiHworth, C. B. Jackson, lid.
gar 11. Piper.
In tho inoantlmo J. N. Teal, who
ehnmplonnd tho prnponod half mill
tax In tho, Irrigation CongruHS, lilts
hewn actively preparing for tho prt
imitation of tho mutter to thulmtls
laturo. J. W. Howard, of Lower
llrldgo. who snout several daw with
Mr. Tenl following the Congross
brings back word thnt Mr. Tonl Is
propnrliiK n bill which will be sub
mlttwd to the legislature nnd that
tho development IkhIIos In the IHw
ehutos basin nro oxpeotlug to nld
him In ovory way possible.
Word has been aont to Mr. Tonl
from tbn Bond Commorctnl Club ask
lug In what wny help can bo given.
Today tho Northern Crook County
Irrigation Association Is mooting In
Madras to formulate n phut of co
oparntlon to seouro tho pnssago of
the bill, and It Is oxpoctod that other
bodloa will act soon.
Arthlty In Portland.
On Mondny ropresentntlven of five
Portland business organisations met
In tho Commercial Club nnd discussed
the ndvlonlilllly of n concortad enm
pnlgn In behalf of tho mlllnKo tax for
Joseph N. Teal, chairman ot tho
state conservation commission, de
clared that If tho state levies .tax
Btimclont to produce Hf.0.000, thoro
is practical cortalnty of scouring an
oiiunl amount from the government,
making n total of $900,000 which can
bo used in reclaiming 2fi,000 acres,
tho land In turn to bo populated hy
fauill.'es that will return tho nororo
ment Investment and who will deal
with Portland builnoss men.
It was ngreed that Mr. Toal should
present tho mlllago tax nlan to each
of tho, organisations as It meets this
week. Tho clubs will consider form
ally nnnrovlng tho bill which will lie
tttlimltted to tho legislature provid
ing for a tax of n lit t lo Imn than halt
a mill which will bo sulllelent to pro
duce the 1160,000.
IS MUZZLE DOGS
(CnntlnMed from page 1.1
a1M niainat the epidemic have been
IteHreeentatlvea of the board of
health are now In Hums studying the
situation and making evqiulnatlnn of
the bralna of an I ma U that are killed.
In most esses (lulling hvdrnnhohla.
In addition n number of heads have
been sent to Portland for n study
In tho stato laboratories.
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t'rf,'n , .; ifiji
IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS. The
public I s .cordially Invited to
visit our shop and Inspect our
CLEAN mid SANITARY methods
C. H O L S C H -E R
- We lmve in our employ
it buker with over twenty
yours experience and can
now furnish our putrons
with KrcMU'h.fim'iimn nntl
.Situation I SerloiiH.
Speaking of tho upldomlc Dr. Cal
vin 8. White, secretary of thu stnto
board said recently:
"Thu situation Is morn serious than
It has over been before. Coyotes
have never before became Infected
tn such n number, thu epldemlo lie
lug tho worst tho state haa known.
Tho onyotea travel great distant
before dying, being fTeotfoated ani
mals, and ouo la thiw capable f
prwidlng the d !) over ft wide
"There now la an effort an foot to
Rtit the I.etalaiare tn re-eact a bill
placing a bounty on the acatiia of
eoytM. This would aid In atamplng
out. the dlaease.
''We are r-elvtug at our le,bi
lories Klmut five heads of eoyota
very week, as wvtt jBfc"ntiw'OWa
beads pf dogs tud other domestic
animals. Only toda we found a pos
itive reaction for rallies In the bead I
of a ralf sent from Kumrn Orefon
The Hasten ecu titles are rlamorlnx
for help, whlrb we are unanie loj
give them, though Dr. fkMtertuan has'
gone Into Kastern Oregon to study!
the epidemic." I
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
FIR AND MAPLE FLOORING
$2.50 Per Load DELIVERED
LOTS AND ACREAGE
BJ aeSA;fBJjr i
Is as (lood
ho'asc per loaf
Ooodi KlilppiH) by lu reel loat
to County Cuitoineid,
Dr. White recommends tho follow
ing precautions to bo taken on ac
count t f the spread of thVopldomlc
In this suction:
Kill the coyoto.
Destroy all iinmur.alml dugs.
Do not let ehlldreti walk to nehonl.
Do not let ehllCren play where
they would be subject to the ntlnok
of a stray dog ur coyote.
Take tho I'asttwr treatment
promptly If bitten by a rabid animal.
l,lfo liiMirnuro llofiued.
ICver nolle bow rioecly life Insur
ance examlnera look for symptom of
kidney disease? They do so tieeauiHt
wrukened kidneys lead tn many
forms of dreadful llfe-ehortottlng af
flictions. If you have any aywptnmn
like pain In the back, frequent, sen il
ly or patnrnl action, tired feeling,
acline and poina, net Folev Kidney
Pills today. Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
You will find our bread on Dale nt
(be following groceries at 6 cents per
lfnf: ghuer'a. MrCilney's. McCiiIh.
ton's.. American Ilakory, Wall
etreet. Adv. 4ft
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