Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1916)
''MMW. r -j
THE REM) RULLETIX, HEND, 01113.. WEDNESDAY, FERRIARY 2, 1010.
I'rlnovlllo la to hnvo two malls
each d$y between this point ami Red
mond Instead of one as nt present,
normal notification of this fact was
received by Postmaater J. W. Iloono
early In the week, besldu tho people
who have been prominent In working
for tho Increased service. The new
contract calls for Borvlco by Powell
Hutto post olflco twlco ench day. Thin
will bo made one trip directly from
Prlnovlllt), and tho next on tho re
turn from Redmond. Tho servlco on
the river road will contintio as ut
present, one trip each way between
this city and Hedmond Crook Coun
and are nursing bndly bumped heads
an.d other parts of thoir nnatomy.
Thawing out of tho pipes caused
a break In tho Inland Umpire Com
pany mains Friday, but the break was
repaired nt once, causing very little
dolay In tho water service. Metollus
has been very fortunnto In tho way
of. frost troubles this winter, there
hplng no Interruption during tho Into
cold snap. Jefferson County Record.
LEAD IN COUNTY
Theodoro Hartnngol says that his
new well Is proving qulto n con
venience thoso cold dnys. A gasollno
cnglno has been Installed nnd pumps
n good Biipply of wnter. Tho long
water haul for Mr. Hnrtnagcl Is
over. Tho completion of this well Is
nn lllustrntlon of tho result of keep
ing nt It. Mr. Hartnagol started the
woll several years ago. Deschutes
Recent shipments mndo by tho
Redmond Warehouse were n car of
mixed stock to Portland, two car
loads of liny to llond, nnd a car of
wheat to tho samo point. Tho Inclem
ency of tho wonthor tho past two
weeks has retarded ohlpmcnts from
tho warohoUHo'o Homo extent. Red
MRS. MYRTLE J. SCHLAITI.
Wilt glvo Instruction In elocution,
oratory, physical culture nnd drnmat
Ic nrt, prlvato or class lessons. Gra'd
uato of tho Western Academy of
Portland nnd has had 12 years teach
ing experience. ReBldcnco second
Plval houbo north side east end. adv
GAIN HIGH AVERAGES
Charles Wlnlci.s Cetn .Mark of 1)5. i
And Ruth l'leiuliiK Is Close Second
Koity Seven Try mid Twenty
Xlno Puv.s List Ih GUcii.
Tho creamery Is still plunging for
ward toward nn enrly completion,
every member Is working In harmony
with tho other mouthers, nnd nil are
enthusiastic. Work on tho Ico houso
started Tuesday and will he '-completed
today. A crow of men aro
rushing the work along so that lea
for tho creatnory can bo cut 'mid
stored before tho January thaw which
usually comrs tho latter part of the
month. La Pino Iutor-Mountnln.
U. S. lllologlst Gnrlough put out
poison In corral on two nights last
week on the UR nnd Fred Egll
ranches, killing 275 rabbits during
tho two nights. One corral was unod
tho flrot night and two corrnls tho
second night. If ono hundred of our
ranchers In Silver Lnko nnd Fort
Rock valleys were putting out poison
each night for thirty nights, tho re
Bult would be the kilting of 112,500
.Inckrnhblts, and It 4s estimated that
that number taken from theso two
valleys would thin out tho pest to
euch nn extent Hint they would not
bother tho crops to n damaging ex
ent tho coming summer. Rut 275
rabbits destroyed In two nights pois
oning Is Just nn ordinary record for
ono mnn: however, It nil goes to show
what might ,-o accomplished If tho.'o
woro concerted action In tho poison
ing mntter by all tho rancherB In tho
two valleys. Silver Lnko Lender.
Thero Is purity In ovory trek of
Deschutes Spray and Truo Ditto Flour
manufactured by tho Rend Flour
Mill Company. Adv.
broad knlfo frco with
subscription to Tho
Insist that the Hour you buy Is con
tnlncd In Tho Saxollno Snnltnry Sock.
It will navo you money. -Adv.
For sign painting boo Edwards.
The following news Item was taken
from tho Caro Currier, of Michigan,
and Is somewhat amusing to local
people when the etnttts of rabbits In
this locality Is considered: "A. L.
Phelps, of Mnyvlllo, deputy gamo
warden , arrested W. M Graves, Lao
Ponflold and Alex Fltflold for hunllns
with a ferret December 28 in tho
township of Kingston. All entered
plcao of guilty before Justice Qiilnn
and woro assessed $u nnd costs each.
Thov violated Act No. 207 of tho
Public Acts" of 1015, which provldon
that onlv a farmer on his own land
or n fruit growor may hunt rabbits
with a forrot." Fort Rock Times.
The Rend Rullotln nnvs that "Rend
Ic a vagless town." On January 1 the
pollco ordered every man "without
vlslblo means of support" to leave
town. Wo do not blnmo that city for
wanting to do away with this eloment
of society, but wo do object to Rend
making a dumping ground of other
communities for an olemont of so
ciety which she tins, by her own of
orts, brought from nil pnrts of the
world. It Is not Justice to other com
munities, and logallv this "ntovo en"
policy has no foundation. T'm law
prescribes how tho vngrnnt shnll bo
denlth with, and wo hnvn fnllod tn
find whore It gives any officer powor
to toll n mnn ho must leave n com
munity. If Rond would bo "vagless,"
It should follow tho law and put this
lawless element on tho streets lo
work, thereby deriving somo benefit
from thoir unwanted presence In
this wnv tho cltv officers would main
tain tho law and nt the samo time not
hecomo law violators., Crescent
FOR POISOXEI) STOCK.
To the members of tho rabbit pois
Requests hnvo been rccolvcd ask
ing for methods nnd antidotes to use
In enso of accidental poisoning. In
vlow oT tho fact that ninny of (ho Ter
mors ore now actively engaged In
rabbit poisoning It scorns ndvlsnblo
to furnish tho avallahlo Information
on this Euhjoct. Accordingly I glvo
hcrowlth tho antidotes for strychnlno
poisoning which wo uso In our field
enmpa, where from twenty flvo to
fifty sntldlo horso nro employed. In
using poison en n largo scale, the
truth of tho old adage, 'An ounco of
provontlon Ib worth n pound of euro'
should bo doubly omphnslzcd. If
rer.sounblo care Is exorcised no accl
donts should occur ami In tho past
season's work on tho Wyoming nnd
Dakota ranges whoro four field enmps
woro conducted It was not necessary
to unwrap tho packages containing
Antidotes for ctrychnlno should bo
kept on hand for prompt treatment
In enso of accidental poisoning. Salt
or strong brine In largo doses Is U3
ually effectun! In tho enso of dogs.
ns It rotnrds tho asslmllntlon or
strychnlno nnd acts both as an emetic
nnd a physic. After tho animal tins
vomited, glvo 15 to -10 grains of
chloral hydrnto (dopondlng on tho
size of tho dog) in ono half pint of
If a borr.o Is found In the net of
eating poisoned grain, slozo the
tongtto nnd clean out tho mouth nnd
throat thoroughly. Drench tho horso
as quickly as posslblo with ono ounce
of chloral hydrato, or of potassium
bromide, In 1 quart of water and re
neat with half this doso after half an
hour. Horses so treated become
'dopoy' and mov tlo down to Bleep.
Poisoned nnlmnls should not bo sud
denly olarmed ns this may bring on
If tho horn hns tnken n Inrco
amount of the strychnlned grain,
drench with ono-fotirtlt to ono-hnl'
ounco of tannic ncld In 1 qunrt of
vntnr befo'o ndnilnlstP"lng tho cIiIt-
r.l hvjrnto or. potassium bromide,
Tannic ccld treatment should bo. fol
lowed nftor danger Is uassod. with
n dose of Glauber's Fnlts or Unseed
oil to ovorcomo tho constipating ef
R. A. WARD.
Pupils In the Rend schools lend tho
county In the recent o'ghth grade cx-
nnilnntlono, having tho highest nnd
the socond highest averages of nil
who passed tho test. Announcement
of this result of tho examinations wns
mndo by County Superintendent J.
E. Mvera last week.
Tho two scholnrs who lend tho rest'
aro Charles Wlntois nnd Ruth Flout
ing, who hnvo general avornges of
84.5 and 0l.2tf- respectively. Guy
R. Davis, of. Held, is In third place
with an average of 93.(59, nnd John
Hnllnioyor of Hold nnd Jov .Morrill,
of Powell Rtttto nro lied for fourth
wlthnvcri.gc3 of 93.3"'f. A number
of others gained n rank nbovo 90'r.
In nil 17 took tho examination.
Or Hieso 29 passed successfully and
will receive dlplomns. Twelve gain
ed the required nvernge but arc con
ditioned In ono or two subjects nnd
will bo permitted to complete the ex
ninlnntlon In May. Six candidates
fniled nnd will have to take the en
tiro examination over. The next ex
amination will be held on May 4 nnd
Tho complete list of eighth grade
graduates Is as follows:
Otto Pauls, Powell Rtttto, No. 02;
Ernest Putnam, Prlnuvllle, No. 1;
Edytho Wonderly, Prlnevllle, No. 1;
Hlutido Rrcnnun, Prlnevllle, No. 1;
Mark O'Kelly, Prlnovlllo. No. 1 ; Ruth
Flomlng. Rend, No. 12; Eminott Mc
Ncoly. Rend, No. 12; Charles Win
ters, Rend. No. 1; Helen Albee, Rend,
No. 12 Myrtlo Hoover, llond, No. I:
Agnes Swatrz, Rend, No. 12; William
Hunt, Rend, No. 12; Elnorn F. Hob
crts, Rend, No. 12; Walter Mourlco
Webb. Prlnovlllo, No. 39; Roger It.
Fllcklnger, Tuin'alo, No. 53; Molvln
Harper,, Ttininlo. No. 53: Francos
Wllmn Hall, Tutualo, No. 53; Ada
Mnrlo Dullard, Ttininlo, No. 53; Eu
geno Young. Redmond. No. 59; Mnrv
M. Comic. Redmond, No. 59; Ralph
C. Gibson. Post, No. 25; Ednn llut
lor, Prlnuvllle, No. 18; Lonn Me
Dowoll, Redmond, No, 18; Mnrgarot
Crum, Brothers, No. 11; Guy P. Da
vis, Hold, No. 31; John Ilnllmeyer,
Hold, No 31; Evn Whltlock, Rend,
No. 34; Joy Morrill, Powell Unite,
No. 5(1; Grant lllnlr, Powell Hutto.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
ROBERT 11. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
I) E X T I H T
Office Over Postofllco
Rend, ... Oregon
THE COOP JUOC.E HELPS THE FAT rAH "OUt)
I FOR.COT IT, MYN OON'T WOIivT
I 0AY 13 SPOILED j J IVC .COT lT THC
WITHOUT IT y H.EAU TOOACCO CHEwJ
HB..l.l,.ei!?-,J!,',ch 'obBCCO ovc'y lw weeks. Then n friend tfnve hlra
.w?..CU.r Chewln-ih Ileal Tob.cco Chtw, nivnl. . iW. SicJy ui.r
now uil lik thouiandi ol men who hv. learned het W. II CUT Chrolnl ..tl.net th-ia
DR. J. C. VANDEVERT
Pli)lc-lmi mid Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. in.; 1-G p. m.;
7-9 p. m.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
Ofllco In First National Rank
Tel. 511 Rend, Oregon
H. C. B L h I S
United Stales Commissioner
First National Unnk Building
H. II. Do AHMON r
Oregon Street. Rend, 0
DR. J. II. CONNARN
1) E N T I S T
Offlco In Suthor Rulldlnfi
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to r.
Sundays nnd ovonings I.,
C. P. NISWONOUR, Rend, Ore.
Licensed Entbnliner, Funernl
Phono Rod 121. Lady Asst.
WILLARD II. WIRTZ
L A W Y K It
better ami Ih.t imtllchtvr it plenty,
v ccoia me pouca.
Ttll youx dealer you want WU 9OT Chiin
MiJ. by WEYMAN-BRUTOH COMPANY, 50 Union Square, Ntw Yoik City
Pntronlzo tho Rend Flour MUI Co.,
nnd mnko Rend tho milling contcr of
Central Oregon. Adv.
Tho party of Strahorn surveyors
who aro working nt this end of tho
lino nro now camped In Pnlsloy and
will remain hero, perhaps ton dnvs
moro nt which tlmo they will move
farther north along tho right of way.
Thoy, too, hnvo been considerably
homporod by deep snow but have not
stopped work for a day. The party
which Is working here nro not mere
ly making a preliminary survoy but
aro doing cross-section work ns well.
In other words, all tho sttrvovlng ne
cessary before the nrrlvnl of the grad
lng crew Is bolng finished ps thoy go.
Thero has beon a vnrled assort
ment of weather this week. At the
beginning of tho weak there wns ton
Inches of snow on tho levol but by
Monday evening this had oil' disap
peared undor tho Influences of tho
sun nnd shower. Tuesday night tho
woathor changed nnd on Wednesday
morning there was a glare of Ico all
over tho country, mu ci "j
eastern Oregon for a variety of
weather. Juntura Times.
Now that Harnoy county has a
railroad .at Its door comes the an
nouncement of the greatest ploco of
development ever attempted In the
west: the colonization of the P
Ranch. Only by soolng and looking
ever his great area of land can one
obtain some idea of the magnitude of
this work, which has been accomp
lished only after yearn of hard worn.
Harney County Tribune.
' The boys have beon enjoying a lit
tle skating of late on the Ice on
Third street, formed by tho melting
of the heavy snow which made quite
n pond of water. As usual, many r
the youngsters have come to gr -
KECIP FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of wntor ndd 1 or. Rny
Ruin, a smnll bnx of llarbo Compound
anil V, oz. of Klvcerlno. Apply lo the hair
twice a week until It become the dolrud
sh&ile. Any (lrunnIM can put this up or
ynu can mix It t hone nt ery little coal
Full direction 1 t iti'ltlnir nnd uso come
In ench 'box of llarbo Compoumt, It will
crnduulty darken etienked, faded gray
hilr, nnd removes dandruff. , It U excel
lent for falling hair and will make harsh
hair oft and glouy. It will not color the
Ecutn, Is not sticky or mcasy, and ddei not
Adv. 40,48, CO, 52
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth and Wailiington Stretli
The Hotel for YOU
O. S. DENSON
Attorney At L 11 v
Uonson Uulldlng, Wall Street
VERNON A. FORRES
L A W Y E It
First Nntlonal Rank Uulldlng
Bond, :: :: Oregon
DR. R. D. STOWELL.
Ofllco over Miller Lutnlor Co.
Wnll Street Hours 9 to ft
Phono R"d CI
Electricity, Diet and Hyglenn
Chronic Disorders 11 Specialty
DR. II. I). KETCIIl'M
Tho Only Licensed DruglesHJ
Physician In Rend '' .
Ofllco Hours: 0 to 12; 1 to 5
Or Hy Appointment
GEORGE S. YOUNG
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. 8. Mineral Simoynr.
Room 5 First Nntlonnl Unnk
DR. A. A. RURRIS
Diseases cured without the uso
of drugs or surgery by tho nnt
ttrnl methods of healing. Ofllco
ovor F. Dement & Co,'b Groccr;.
DEND, OREGON, .
J. U. Roll A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY AllSTKACT
Successors to Tho J, H. Hnnor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro,
I. O. O. V.
Rend Lodge No. !!I8.
Regular mooting every Mon-'A'9
any nigui at s o'clock In Savi
or's Hnll. Visiting brothoii
cordially wolcomo. '
h. II. GLESS, N. 0.
GEO. P. GOVE, Secrctnry.
REND PLU.MRIXG AM)
Stonm and Hot Wator Heating
Room Rates $1.00 per day,
More if you wish to pay.
Excellent Restaurant in connection.
Breakfast and Luncheon 25 cents.. a
Dinner 1)5 Cents.
Continuous service at very moderate
DR. J. R. UARR
Phyrilclnu nnd Surgeon
Deschutes Stato Rank
Phono lllntk 711
Eat At The
TO THE RESCUE
DOES Mffl I
LUNCH RUADY FOR SIJRVICB AT IIH5
DINNER AT 5:30
tVe will save your linen, but you must
not waste much time ftttlna? our rescue
band st work
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICB
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DKY CLEANING
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
POLICIES THAT PROTECT.
The Oldest Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
WE WHITE INSURANCE IN ALL-lTS DRANCIfES
"It's the way we write our policies."
Our companies pay IOO cts. on the dollar.
We have over 400 satisfied policy holders.
The largest insurers in Crook County are
our leading customers
Bend Insurance Agency
POLICIES THAT PROTECT.
Hoofing of nil kinds. Hepnirlng
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices nnd Skylights.
The AccoiiiiiKMlntliiK Curdi
Staple mill I'nticy
' Our Stock N Clcnn anil
W Di only casli liuslm-ss
mid 'oii'.e(iiciitly our
prlcrs mo lower.
W mo n nun kct for your
butter, tw.s nntl vi'tjihleH
PHO.VE IILACK I'll
AInko Hend tho hiIIIIiik center of I
C"nlrnl OroKon. Hho Doschutos Sprny I
and True Rluo Flours. A fiimrnnteo '
STEA.M HEAT CHASES WIXTEIt.
Why not onjoy the comfortH of
tho most bysfinintlc and oconom
leal way of heatltiB. 'Pho cost or
IiiHtnllliiK stunin hunt is paid ror
many tlmeH hy the oomfortB do
rlvod. Plenty of hunt when and
whero you want It at less cost
than stove nufor, cloni.or, moro
Plumbing, Hoofing, Furnace Work, Sheet Metal Work
of All Kinds.
Central Oregon Plumbing and Healing Company
PHONE RED II J. E. ENGEHRETSON. MGR.
SKOTi"" BEND MAULING CO.
K N I'AI.MI KTOV
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.