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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1915)
TUB IlEXy IlCLLKTi.V. BEND, OIU3- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER it, iois.
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PUTS OUT HP
and Lava Lake region . I
I Davis Lake, Odell Lake, nnd Cres
cent Lake can all be reached by auto. I
, Horte feed can be secured at DavIsJl
Lake and at the west end of Crescent
Lake. Excellent camping grounds
, and fishing can be had at any of these
places. .Maiden I'eaK, a t-oresi ser
vice lookout station, can be reached
by trail from Davis Lake ranger sta-
Paulina i nd East Lakes are reach-1
ed by wagon road, passable by auto '
They furnish good fishing and camp
ing grounds. Some hot mineral
Interesting Place In Territory nre
DoM-rllel nnil Resource" Lltol
Lukes ami .Stream Offer Oppor
tunity for J'lertiuro Seeker.
One of the tt maps ever IstueU
springs at East Lake are being de-(
veloped as a tourist resort. This j
leal Interest the lakes being located
I In an ImmNvo crater, having a rim
i In many pUit-s over 1000 feet above i
tho lake lei ! The hlghet point on
this rim, Paulina Peak. Is used as a,
Forest Sen - lookout station and
can bo rea tied bjr trail from Paulina
Lake. Horse feeJ Is poor.
Several Ice caves exist In or near
.,in i-u-ri nr..n .nH h fns. ! the Forest, among which are the Ar-
j x. . .,. u, ,., ,-'no,(1 'co ce- lfi mlIes southeast or
cade range hat just been put out brnend. th 3outh ,ce CaT. ls ,
the Forwt Srvle hovvlng the Des- nortn of rrt Hock: and the Edison'
chutes National form. ad th many ,p r-..- s .-. northwest of the: "
lakes and pond available to the rec-'mj. Rlver ranger station. Laval
reatlon seeker. I nutte, an pxtlnc tolcanlc crater, and;
Printed tn the Uck of the map the aaj0lrinR ia,a fields lie west of
are Are warntaga and requests for the the jjend-I-a P ne road
lroper use of the forctt. with a de-i i
scrlptlon of the forat and of the
lakes and streams which afford rlsh- DDIMCUII I C mPPCDTC RPMflQ I
Ing, camping and other recreation I UlliLIILLL flUULI III ULI1UU
Extracts from this descriptive mat
The Dowhute National Forest
comprlf an area of 1.176. 201 acres
located on the east lope cf the Cas
cade) mountains. It Include moBt of
the high mountainous country and
part of the high Umbered plateau
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ing big furniture orders every day for some of the best
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i LUNCH READY FOR SERVICE AT 11H5
i DINNER AT 5:30 j
I TRY IT
TURKEY DAY CHALLENGE
lloth 'Towns Materialize Gridiron
Army For Game to lie I'lnjreri on
Ux-til Field November I".".
PrlneIUe has accepted Bend's
surrounding the headwaters of the challenge for a Turkey Day football
Deschutes river nnd its upper trlbu-, game to be played In Bend, and mob-
tarlcs. It extends from the warm j IHzatlon In loth towns has begun In
Springs Indian Reservation on the
north to the Klamath Indian Reser
vation on the south.
It ls estimated that the Forest con
tains approximately six billion feet
of merchantable timber of which
nearly four billion feet Is yellow pine.
Approximately 40.000 sheep and
4.000 cattle secure nt least part of
their summer feed from the forest
range. Most of these cattle and part
of tbo sheep are owned by ranchers
living on lands near or adjoining the
A largo area of Irrigated or Irri
gable land lies In the region north
and east of the Forest, outside of the
timber belt. Practically all of the
water for Irrigation and domestic use
on this land eomes from streams ris
ing in the mountains of the Deschutes
forest. In addition to their Irriga
tion value the water from these
streams ls capable of developing
thousands of electric horsepower.
Aside from Its timber, grazing nnd I urgent calls have been sent to them
water values, the Forest Is attractive to bo out f Jr regular nightly practice,
to campers and fishermen. There are j It Is hoped that the game may be
many mountain streams kept ell, played on Thanksgiving morning. In
shocked with flsh. Several snow-cap- order to wake It convenient for those
ped mountain peaks, some of them having early dinners on that day.
difficult of ascent and some with gla- From now on the Bend eleven will
clers on their slopes. Invite the be out for regular nightly practice.
The men who responded Sunday were
Johnson and Prlngle, center; Ward
and lmberson, guards; G. Vande
vert. Muszylnskl and Smith, left
tackles, Stover, Rhodes, Woelflen,
Kelley and Hoke, quarter
Erskine, Pates and Houston,
earnest' for the leading Central Ore
gon grldlrcn battle on that day.
In both towns material Is plenti
ful. Old football stars from many
parts of the country are residing1 In
this part of the state and calls have
been Issued for their appearance at
the camps at the earliest possible
date for practice. Bend has been on
the field several times In the last two
weeks and the lineup for the
Thanksgiving Day fracas is well In
hand. More than a full team report
ed idst Sunday and for two hours the
"has boons were In action and the
results were promising.
Considerable Interest has beea
aroused In Prlnevllle over Bend's
action following the s ggestlon of
Douglas La son. coach of the Crook
county high school, that Bend and
Prlnevllle get together Thanksgiving
for a game Prlnevllle has several
wplt bnnvn fnnthall fitnrfl scattered
around the Crooked river district and
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IIIUUUU1IU tlilllUCl. Uf3 lUCI, UiVlie
level valleys along the streams and
lakes afford quiet camping plsces.
Thousands of tourists and pleasure
seekers frequent the forest annually
Thea recreational features are made ends
morn Inviting txtcnufe of the many backs
roads traversing the Foretit making half t arks and Steldl full back,
many parts of It aectMWIble by auto ,
or tMRi. )
Among tb Intermitting places on ,
the forest are mentioned the follow.,
The MetoMus river vallev nnd ad-'
)nt region tuny bt reached by auto j
from Slem. Oregon. Along the)
river U fouRd go4 aore fotnl. splen-;
ltd camp ground n, and excellent fish
tag. A huckleberry pat eh near Cabot j
take can be reached by trail, which'
continues to the foot of Mount Jef
ferson Sultltw l.akc can be reached
by auto and offers n, good camping
and Ashing place. Blue take, a water
ttlltsl volcanic crater. caH be renched
hy wagon only. An excellent trail
Wad to the BHtnwit of Mack Unite
a Koret Sorvlce lookout nation,
tram which one of the bast views la
the entire region can be ebtnlned.
The MeKenaie road which ero
the monntnliM wt from Sitters,
a fair auto road. The barren Uvt
bU at the mirnmit. about 1 mile
wide, are of nuUeual Interest
Sparks Lh and the surrounding
mounts I a mU lake constitute one
of the moot lntereetln. regions on
the force. An nuto mad extend
frwu Pend to the Tumalo r mr at i
lion from which wnsoti road leads
to the ridjee seMtn of Broken Top.
tfctMre a trail to Sfmrka loike where
t found wotnl eaMntnc "grounds and
hers feed and excellent flthtng. The
gtwt-r mountain lie to the north.
ttfan Top to the uortneaet, and.
Unrnelor Hutte t the sou the t. All
of these mountains nre high, snow
enwHj peeks. th4 iMers mountain
hit vine glaciers or some of their
stopea. Uanr Inlereetlni pack trip
can be taken (roan the take. Natural
soda sprints are toenled about :
Knll river, the main lvhn.
river, nnd the mountain lake ami
etrenm around tu head can
reached by auto road a far up a
Crene Prairie. A waaon road, bare
ly nnnenhle for aeto. extend tu I.aa
take Kscellent nshlng can W had
at moet nolnta along the river and at
the manv mountain Ink. Good
liar feed can be secured near the
month of Uavki Creek, at the. head of
Fall Wlver, at Crano Prairie, a't tava
take, nnd at many ether puluU along
the Vstfi. JJour Itderestlns "wck trips
arc pmIWo tram tho. Crane Prairie
WOOL BLANKETS, lOTTON 1JL.VNKETS, LADIES
COVER ALL APRONS, MACKINAWS, WOOL SHIRTS
OVERALLS, UNDERWEAR. COTTON AND WOOL, HOS
IERY, LOGGERS STAG SHIRTS, MENS AND HOYS
TROCSERS. COMJXIRTS, J. 1. COATES TIIKrwVD.
WE ARE TRYING TO MEET THE DEMANDS THAT
ARE BEING MADE UPON US FOR ALL KINDS OF THE
The Cash Qrocer
POLICIES THAT PROTECT.
The Oldest .Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
WE WRITE INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
"It's the way we write our policies.
Our companies pay 100 cts. on the dollar.
We have over 400 satisfied policy holders.
The largest insurers in Crook County are
our leading customers
Bend Insurance Agency
i Bend, Oregon
POLICIES THAT PROTECT.
Is expected that the team will have 'road between Redmond nnd Prlne
at least two elevens out for practice villo on condition that $300 In cash
this week and practice will be held and J 200 In work bo put up by the
next Sunday afternoon
tournout ls desired.
and a big
Kindergarten classes Monday.
Wednesday and Friday afternoons
from 2 to 4 o'clock. Commercial Club
rooms. For children between 4 and
6 years old. Basketry class Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons from 2 to 4
clock. Commercial Club rooms. For0f the L. c. Young roads.
iuiti-.utuiB jce .uoiddic-i mcai
3 6-3 7c. Ailv
people of Redmond, Prlnevllle and
tho Intervening country.
The bond given by County Trocaur
er Jordan as tax collector has been
The surveyor has been ordered to
make final survey and report at the
December term of court on the pro
posed George A. Jones and extension
COUNTY COURT NOTES
District Attorney Wlrtx has been
ordered to file a complaint against
the Pacific Telephono & Telegraph
Co., and the Deschutes Mutual Tele
phone Comprny with the Public Util
Bert A. Haney's bill for J125 for
professional services In the A. MceE.
Tho recent session of the county
court was one of the longest held this
year, lasting from Wednesday to the .Ball case has been allowed.
following Tuesday. I The office of water master has been
A petition for tho organltitlon of suspended by the county court dur-
the Ochoco Irrigation District will be Ing tho winter months.
heard on December 10. Crandall & Roberts hare finished
The sum of $500 has been appro- their work on tho audit of school
printed by the court for tho Houston 'districts.
Did the Bend Water Light & Power Co., when
they built their new Power Plant use the best
SANIJ and GRAVEL they could buy?
WHY did the City, when they built the new
SEWER SYSTEM, use the best SAND and
GRAVEL the market afforded? The answer
Is obvious. They KNEW that the best ma
terials for concreto work pay the largest divi
dends In the end.
As we have been able to satisfy the exact
ing demands of theso customers, we feel that
your demands can be aa successfully met.
We can supply you with the proper sizes
of washed sand and screened gravel for your
particular purpose. Ask for quotations.
BOLTON, RUETENIK & MAY
FRANK MAY, Manager BEND, OREGON
"Concrete Ultimately, Wr Not Now?"
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YOU ARE HELPING
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TO MAKE MORE UNEMPLOYED
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for anything that is produced within the borders of this Commonwealth
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