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The bend bulletin.
HKXD, OHKGO.V, WNDNF.SDAV AFTEUXOOX, StilTKMllKIl 8, 11)13.
HET BIG PRICES
W. W. BROWN SELLS
Deal Involves 921,000 Duycra nro
Activo Hales of Animals for War
Purposes Ilrlng $230,000 to Con-
trnl Oregon In Few .Months.
Central Oregon horses for military
purposes nro In blg domand. A deal
was consummated last Thursday In
which Evans & Wilson, horso buyers
of St. Joseph, Missouri, representing
the French republic, purchased ap
proximately 400 head of horses from
Vf. V. Drown, the well known stock
man of Fifo. It Is understood that
tho purchase, price was in tho neigh
borhood of $24,000.
Tho first of tho lot bought, totaling
15S head, woro Bhlppcd Sunday
morning to St. Joseph and will lator
bo despatched to Franco whore they
will bo put Into service Tho buyers
are In tho vicinity of Falsloy and Sil
ver Lake this week looking over tho
field with tho view of making further
On their rccont four of Cantrnl
Oregon, buyers havo not been so dis
criminating In their selections of
liorecA sultnblo for military purposes
ns they wcro somo months ago. This
fact In attributed to tho growing
scarcity of horses In tho stock sec
tions of tho country. For sovcral
months this year buyers havo been
scouring Montana, Idaho, Washing
ton, and Oregon and It is said that
nvallablo stock to bo shipped to tho
helllgoront natlonB Is rapidly decreas
ing. Annajorlty of tho horses pur
chased In tho Flfo district last week
wcro not broko and tho horsos will
undergo this process boforo shipment
Market It Activo.
During tholr nctlvlty In Contra"!
Oregon for tho last several months
buvcrs havo purchased approximately
1,400 head of horses, most of which
havo 'boon shipped abroad and put
Into army sorvlco. Tho estimated
valuo of tho horses taken from this
part of tho state Is $250,000.
Tho domands that aro being tnado
on mlddlo westorn packers as well as
horso mon, It Is believed, will causo
unprecedented nctlvlty In tho stock
mnrkct this fall. Tluyors represent
ing both costorn and coast firms aro
expected to arrlvo In Central Oregon
during tho mlddlo of tho month to
makn purchases. 'Thoro ore ploity of
cattlo for salo, but tho supply Is bo
llovod far Insufllclent to meet tho de
mand. Just what tho activity In tho
Bhcen markot will bo Is problematical
nt tho present owning to tho high
quotations on mutton.
ItRV. V. 1 KEAOV AITOI'NTKI).
Tho Itor. F. W. Keagy has been
nppoftited by tho Columbia Hlver
ronferenco of Methodist Episcopal
Ministers In sosslon nt Spokane, to
succcod tho Itov. A. S. Illack who re
cently moved to Corvallls, according
to a SpoV.ano dispatch to tho Portland
Telegram yestorday. Hov. Keagy's
resldonco nnd tho dato when ho will
tnko up his work In Ilond wero not
The ClillJ with ht r fenny Bartug nk '
The Small Doy with his Small Change
The Lddy with her Pin Money Savings
The Small Man Nvith hi? Small Roll
The Big Man with hife Big Roll
ARE EACH ACCORDED THE
The Bank of
COUNCIL HEARS ARGUMENTS
FOR ROM MILL SITES
Question U Undecided Dr. Ynnde-
crt .Appointed City Physician
Library .Matter is Discussed.
Tho question of what touio should
bo solected by tho city to provide ac
cess to tho Sh-'vlln-Hixon and tho
Drooks-Scanlrm milts was tho chief
buslniBs to conio before tho council
at tho regular meeting last night.
Statements on the subject from a
commltteo appointed from the Com
mercial Club woro heard and a peti
tion was presonted on behalf of In
terested property owners asking for
a route different from that recom
mended by tho committee. Tho coun
cil and others Interested are consid
ering tho matter further this after
noon. At n meeting of tho council
tonight It Is expected a decision will
Othor business Included permis
sion to transfer tho location of tho
Cashman liquor llconso, tho ordorlng
of a cross walk near tho Catholic
church, tho appointment of Dr. J. C.
Vnndovort as city physician and a
discussion of tho library quostlon
brought up by tfio roturn of tho flow
ago lands subscription fund.
IllUs wero ordorcd paid as fallows:
n. W. L. & P. Co $24G.OO
The Hcnd Co 4.10
Dond Hardware Co 3.G3
nobt. D. aould 8.B0
Special election 24. 3.1
L. A. W. N'lxon 22.00
M. E. Coleman 25,00
Frank Drown C8.C0
S. E. Ilobortfl 100.00
Ceo. D. llaker 10.00
Ore. iton Lodging Houso 2K.00
II. C. Ellis SI. 00
L. A. W. Nixon G1.C2
Band donation 2G.00
W. J. Shannon 33. 7C
L. A. W. Nixon 48.00
V. A. Forbes 20.00
Pioneer Auto Stago & Truck'
Oregon Trunk f.00
Raymond Thorson 1.50
W. Q. Woodward 3.00
S. C. Caldwell 1.25
Russoll Qllbart 2.10
Oarrot Dorgan 4,80
Owl Pharmncv .70
Darrtey Lowell 3.00
POST OFFICE-OPEN EVENINGS
(Jenernl Delivery AVlndmv to Servo
Patrons TiicmIjij' and Thursday.
Tho general delivery window at tho
post ofllco will bo opon horoaftor on
Tuesday and Thursdaycvonlng bo
twoon 7 and 7:30 to accomodato tho
growing number of peoplo who aro
unnblo to get to tllo ofllco between
9: IS a. m. and C p. in., thojormor
hours of oponlng.
This chnngo of hours has been al
lowed by Postmastor Ford as tho ro
Biilt of a petition signed by 1G0 men
employed on tho Shovlln-Hlxou and
Drooks-Scanlon work. Many busi
ness mon also signed n supplemen
tary potltlon. With work beginning
In tho morning nt 7 o'clock nnd end
ing at C In tho overling, and with
tho ofllco closed on Sunday, It was
Impossible for theso mon to get tholr
mall. Undor tho new schedule thoy
can got tholr mall twlco n weok.
Brooks-Scanlon Clear Site Machine Shop Soon to
Rise New Grading Contract for Logging Road
Let Shevlin-Hixon Machinery Arrives
Power Plant Will Have Eleven Boilers
Tho Drooks-Scanlon Company
plana tho erection nt Dond of n,
saw mill of CO million feet an- -
- nual capacity. Thoro will bo a
box factory In connection, nnd -
about COO men will be employed
In various departments of tho -
enterprise Tho. company owns -
32,000 ncrcH oft timber south
and east of Dond. Mill plans aro -
- now bolng prepared.
Activo work In the preparation of
the slto for tho Drooks-Scanlon mill
began this weok. Plans for tho mill
aro now being drawn, draughtsman
Woldllch, having arrived from Spo
kane on Thursday, and affairs nro
progressing rapidly in other depart
ments of the cntorprlso.
Tho milt wilt bo located n ohort
distance above tho dam, tho ?owor
houso and burner being botween tho
two. To glvo room for tho mill n
lnrgo section of tho rim rock is liolng
removed, G6 men being now employ
ed nt tho work. Waste rock Is bo
lng dumped nt t,ho edgo of tho ir.ill
pond, a short Una of work trnck hav
ing been laid from tho rock out to.
tho wntor to carry tho rock.
Work on tho machlno shop, accord
ing to W, Hoffman, who Is building
tho plant, will begin as soon ts plans
nro completed. This building will
bo n short distance up-stream from
On tho mill yard clearing contrac
tor Stovo Coombs has nearly finished
his work, tho other contractors hav
ing consldornblo left to do.
Grading for tho logging road
across tho SlBomoro meadow Is pro
ceeding nnd a contract for sovornl
moro stations on tho road has recent
ly been lot to A. McDonald.
Connection with tho Oregon Trunk
according to tho latest plans, will bo
from-tue ond at tho Y on the nmlp
HOOVER T0JUIL0 GARAGE
Local Ford Agent Kiiliirttf) Automo
George P. Hoovor, tho local
Pord agent, will begin construction
tho first of next week on n iw brick
garago to bo erected on tho first lot
cast of tho Orogon Hotel on Green
wood avenue. Tho building will bo
fireproof, ono story, lOOxCO feet. It
will havo a concrete floor nnd will
contain tho show nnd stock rooms for
tho Pord nutomohllos. In tl.n rear
of tho building, In a spneo 30 fcot
squaro, will bo tho repair shop.
Owing to tho Incroaso In tho local
Pord autmnobllo business Mr. Hoover
has beorr compolled to onlargo his ac
comodations, Por tho coming year
Mr. Hoover 1ms doubled his contract
for cars to bo delivered to Dcnd,
bringing tho total to 88 cars.
grfgMfcjtggg &g&2 I
Bend Hard-ware Co.
Tlia Company thut put lite "Wear" In Haruwnro
IF YOU DID NOT GET A CATALOG jg
CALL FOR ONE
. . . .. .
The Shevlln-Hlxon Company
- now has under construction n
saw mill nt Dcnd of 80 million
foot annual capacity. A box --
factory and a sash and door
plnnt to bo run In connection -
will manufacture about throo
- fourths of tho annual output.
- All departments will employ
- about 700 mon. This nnd nlllod --
companies own nearly 200,000 -
ncrcs or timber south of Dcnd.
With tho arrival of tho completed
plans for tho powor houso work on
this portion of tho Shovlln-Hlxon
plant, hold back until tho present,
Ib now going nhend, while tho other
buildings show tho results of tho
Tho powor house, Including boiler
nnd cnglno room 'combined, will bo
G2xlCC In size nnd situated J tint down
river from tho saw mill. Thoro will
bo 11 hollers 72 Inches high by 20
feet long nnd two turblno engines
with n total capacity of 12G0 horso
power. Tho powor houso foundations
havo Just been begun.
Hack of tho power houso tho foot
ings for tho burner nro In nnd tho
burner convoyor Is bolng built. Tho
sorting shed Is finished, so fnr as tho
frnmo and roof aro concornod nnd tho
tlmbors for tho socond story of tho
milt nro up. The log haulor to tho
mill Is finished. At tho olllco masons
aro busy building u vault.
. Throe car loads of mill machinery
wero recolvod Tuesday.-'
About 125 men nro employed on
tho work at present. N'oxt week, ac
cording to J. P. Dion, tho crow of
mill wrlghts will probably bo doubled
and work on tho plnnor shed nnd tho
connected factories will be begun.
Friday, tho 10th, Ib pay day at tho
COURT OK MONDAY
IcKlihw Heptembcr Term Iloglns
Civil Oixes Predominate.
Tho Soptembor sccslon of Circuit
co.V rt opens In Prlnovlllo on Monday
with Judge T. E. J. Duffy presiding.
This will bo Judgo Duffy 8 first regit
Inr term of 'court, although ho held
n special term In Juno nnd gained
considerable cxporlouco boforo that
tlmo by tho trlnl of sovornl cacos In
It Is now expected that a largo
portion of tho sosslon of court will ho
takon up with civil cases, most of tho
criminal cases having been disposed
of nt tho special term. Among tho
criminal enses nro two from Dond.
J dm Steldl Is tho only juror drawn
Tho on ho of IngorBOlMlnnd Co.
rgalnst tho City of Deud Is on tho
list for trial.
ItATKS CIIVK.N I'OU PAUL ,
Whllo hero on Monday J. T. Hardy
of tho Oregon Trunk announced that
his lino will give n special rato of
one-third faro, with a minimum of
$1.00 from stations boyond Tho
Dalles to Dond on account of tho
Crook County Fair. Soiling dotes
will bo October 5 to 9 Inclusive and
tho roturn limit October 11.
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! EXPERT IN ORGANIZATION
TO VISITJROOK COUNTY
Dr. 1 lector Mnrplici-soii of V, S. Do-
pitt-tiueiit of Agriculture to Hold
Meeting at (Jrimgo Hall.
Dr. Hector Macphorson, field agent
for tho office of markots, U. S. De
partment of Agrlculturo, will visit
Crook county Soptomber 15th to
18th. This visit by Dr. Macphorson
Is tho result of n request for his as
sistance for tho fnrmors of this coun
ty mndo by County Agriculturist
Lovott, In July.
Announcements of tho proposed
visit wcro mndo in nil of the local
papers two weeks ago, with u request
that thoso wishing meetings held In
their community let Mr. Lovott know
as early as posslblo so that arrnugo
monts might bo satisfactorily mndo.
Meetings arranged on Soptembcr 7th
aro ns follows:
At Lower llrldgo, Wodnesday night
September lGth. N
At Powell Dutto, Thursday, 2 p.
m September lGth,
At Grnngo Hnll, near Dond, Friday,
2:00 p. m Soptembor 17th.
At Lnldlaw Friday night, Soptem
At Clovordnlo, Saturday night,
Plans for two other meetings aro
undor way, but no definite arrange
monta havo yet boon made. Other
requests for meetings nro expected,
and It Is hoped that nil may bo held.
Dr. Macphorson Is an oxport on or
ganization, markets nnd mnrkotlng.
Tho need of organization nnd of a
study of market conditions nnd re
quirements In nppreclatod by tho ma
jority of farmers In Crook county.
It Is hopod that all of tho farmers
In tho county may moot nnd talk with
Dr. Mncpltorson whllo ho Is hero,
Mr. Lovott urges that nil who wish
meetings get In touch, with him at
COUNTY COURT APPROPRIATES.
FOR DEMONSTRATION FARMS
Hum of IjtIOl) to bo Hxpenrifd I'udor
LovettV Direction ltcdniotid 0m-
ineix-lnl Club AsnIMs lit .Mutter.
Tbnt tho county court had appro
priated $100 for tho purpoiio of ns
slotlng In tho demonstration farm
work In tho homcctend country wan
announced by County CommlsKlouor
Overturf at tho luncheon of tho Com
mercial Club on Saturday. Tho mon
oy will bo spent undor tho dlroctlon
of County Agriculturist Lovott. ,,
At tho luncheon A. J. Kroct.ut.'flf
tho Dcnd Flour Mill Co., stated that
ho had orderod tho Kharkov whoat
which Is to bo used for fall plaiitliiR
on tho demonstration farnm pud It
Is oxpectod to ho hero toward tho ond
of this weok.
Tho Hedmond Commercial Club
Joined with tho Deud club In nsklng
tho court for the appropriation, n
recent letter from Vlco President
Moore of tho former body to Man
ager Do Armotid announcing tho ac
tion of his club as follows:
"I took tho matter of writing tho
County Court for nn appropriation
of f 100 for demonstration farms on
tho high dmiert, up with members ot
tho Hadmnnd Commercial Club nt
tholr noon luncheon today ani thoy
woro unanimous in endorsing- tho
proposition and advised mo to' take
action nt onco In writing tho Coun
ty Court. Prof. Lovott gave n good
talk which wo all appreciated regard
ing tho good that could bo donu by
((.-operating in such thlugii.
JAHKI) W. MOOUK,
Vlco ProM. It. O. C."
K The First National Bank
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KKAL IIANKLVn HKUVICK.
Itegular bank loans:
Wo are prepared at nearly all times to make advances
to reliable parties for their requirements.
Wool and sheep loans:
Wo nro NOW proparod to loan money to sheep man
for tho purchase of sheep.
Wo nro now prepared to advanro you 10o per pound
on nil wool you store In tho Wurehouio ut Dond, at 8
per cent for either 90 dam or nix month.
Sheep men do not havo to null nt present price unlus
thoy wish. The money Is rondy for you.
Wo aro XOW urupnrod to mnko lourw on cttl for
six months, for feeding purposes, but not on range or
We are XOW prepared to make loans on wood form
lands, with good water rights, no matter where loeutod
In Central Oregon, the blggor tho loan the bolter, pro
vlding the pruMeltlun Is a good ono and will stand flliw
est'lnvosttKttlon as to values and title.
Write us for Information. Hank by mail and Monro
THe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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HIGH SCHOOL SHOWS
Hold Diilldlng Li Tnod to lt Cnpnc i
Ity Moro Ittmnt May Do Xecesmiry i
Prof. Wlilto to Isxiiu Call for
Foot Dull CnndldntoH Soon
Increased enrollment In ovory de
partment over any provlous year
markod tho opening of tho Dond pub
lic school Tuesday morning, Tho
first day's total onrollmont wns 344
pupils, of whom G3 woro roglstorod
In tho high school. Last year's first
day enrollment was 241 ot whom CO
wero In tho high school. ,Tho nbovo
figures for this year do not Includo
tho two county schools In District 12.
At tho Hold school with a regis
tration of 281 pupils of whom 3C nro
In tho first grado, tho rooms nro tax
ed to their capacity and Indications
now point to tho probable necessity
of moro accomodations boforo tho
torm progresses many weeks, Somo
of tho grades now havo as high as CO
pupils, Tho high school building Is
not so tnxod, but oxpectod registra
tion of Hovornl high school students
will tend to uccessltnto furthur addi
tions. Conditions for tho coming year
are, according to Superintendent
Hopkins, most nusplctous. Thoro ap
pears to bo tho best of spirit both
among tho pupils nnd tho teaclinrs.
lu an effort to reproduce the uc-
compllshmuut by winning rhu Crook
county championship. Prof. Wlilto
will soon Issuu his Initial call for
football candidates for tho present
season. As a nuclous for this year's
team ho will havo, several players
from last year's championship aloven,
and with tho other now material
nvallablo It Ib oxpectod thpt ho will
bo ublo to mnka a good allowing, Mr.
White coached a championship olovon
last year nt St, Johns, He oxpccU to
huvenddg tutu out-xehMi tliuowi'PIs
To provldo n play gro.und at tho
Hold school and save tho nowly seed
ed lawn lots ncroBS tjio street havo
boon clonrod of rocks and brush and
play oqiilpmont has been qrocted for;
In ordor not to hinder tho work of
tho primary grndo Superintendent
Hopkins stntes that after tho Hiicond
week of school no now pupils will
bo ndmltted to that grndo.
lll'ILDS IMQl'i: HIDKWAI-K.
According to Webster's dictionary
the ndjoctlvo "inilqun" uieau.i "un
paralleled, unequalled lu kind, goto,"
That being so, tho concrqtu sidewalk
JiiHt built for Robert D. Gould ns a
ftout wnlk to his house In Plnolyn
Park Is unique. From Tho Dalles
on tho north to Klumnth Falls on
tho south, the Deschutes river on tho
oast and thu Caiicadns on tho west,
recording to tho best Information
available, It Is tho only conurulo side
walk In exlHtonco. That Is what
makes It unique, or "Anparallolcd, tin
uqunllod lu kind, sola."
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