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THE BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OUK., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1010.
Strohon Visit Frt Hock.
Robert Etrahorn and party who
are tourlngCcntral Oregon arrived
in Fort It& Wednesday afternoon.
j Mr. Strah&i nccompnnled by C. a
J1UU8UI1, JJJifc Ui NIC I'llBl U-
tlonal Had of Ilend, made this of
fice a plolant call. Mr. Strahorn
did not fK any statement regard
ing rallroil development, farther
than to tte that everything was
coming ning nicely nnd prospects
very brlgt for the future. Mr.
Strahorn famed the printer's trade
when a her In the days when the old
Washington hand press was In
vpguo. s says whenever he passes
6 countrjnowspaper oftlce he always
wants to go In and set a Btlck of
type. J,ii. Hudson reports business
good In fcnd and that tho employees
of tho baik are kept on the jump In
order tofteep pace with the growing
buslnessjf the Institution.
koy, beer or other Intoxicating liq
uors under tho present laws it is
necessary ,for tha consignee to mako
oath before the agent of tho com
mon carrier delivering the shipment
that he Is not an habitual drunkard.
District Attorney Wlrtz says that
scores of witnesses can be found In
Prlnevllle who will testify that It has
been Holmnn's prerogative for many
yenrs to get drunk whenever he could
get the Intoxicants In Bufllclent
quantities. Holman has been drunk
Blnco vecelvlng tho bser. Crook
THl POOD oupqra WIMCMtll IS RtVRDIP AT THI CAft. )
I OUOM.THt mOfRHTO Vlt nUCH
I ArrKtCIATtS YOU TU.UH HIM A10UT
I W TOBACCO AM7 A1K1 THAT TfOU DIN
TO-PATT AT Mia EXPENSE f
Growth at Grnndvicw.
Wo have had such an excellent
season the vheat and rye are grow
ing so fast they are trying to push
?ti; tho fences down around the fields.
I .' lfnitnlMl.l.ia n .... f .. n A t rttrttnto n va
TCfiVluuil'Dlua tiiiu huh (iuiuiui;a uta
raising the top of the ground. Des
chutes Valley Tribune.
Library in Popular.
Tho Iledmond Public Library Is
one of the popular placcc of tho
town and by their good management
and Interest the ladles nro building
up an Institution that we are all
proud of. From a small beginning
tho library has grown to one of
many hundreds of volumes compris
ing the best In literature, history,
fiction, science, etc. An order has
Just been sent out for a large num
ber of now books. Tho public Is
welcome to these books at all times.
I WHAT'S UP. i
IT Vr KM
Coyote. Thought 1 tabid.
Considerable oxcltemoat was caus
ed Saturday when a coyote walked
Into the yard of J. T. Hhoton who
lives northenst of Fleetwood. Mrs.
Chas. Erdmnn with her two children,
was at tho Hhoton home visiting.
Clarence, the older one, was In tho
yard near tho kitchen door playing.
A nolce was heard from tho chickens
and on looking out doors a coyote
"was seen standing near tho baby.
Tho family dog entered the scene
about this ttmo nnd the two cugaged
In n fight. Mr. Hhoton seized his
rlflo nnd shot both dog nnd coyte.
Mrs. Erdmnn had planned on visit
ing several days with tho Hhoton
family, but tho shock proved to bo
too much for her nnd she returned
In tho afternoon. The greatest won
der Is that tho child was not bitten
Vns It was not more than ten feet
from tho coyote. Tho head was tak
en off tho animal and sent nway for
examination. No doubt tho animal
was affected with rabies. Fort Hock
Forced to Cut Size.
Owing to the oxtromo ndvnnces In
tho price of paper nnd other mntor
lnl used In making up a newspaper
wo nro nt last compelled to follow
the lend of other small weeklies and
cut tho size of tho Chcwaucan Press.
u have contemplated this move for
tho pant six mouths but hnva con
ducted tho paper nt a loea rather
than mnke tho change bcllovlng that
too no ror later condltlono would
chnngo so that tho former size could
bo continued. However, tho price of
material has continued to rlau end
thcroforo this step Is taken. Wo hopo
theso conditions will exist for only
n Bhort tlmo so that wo can ooon go
back to tho regular size. However
we havo bo arranged tho paper thnt
but llttlo Is lost In Kb reading mat
ter, and the local field will be cov
ered as thoroughly as ever. Che
Sheep nro Listed.
During the summer months many
bands of sheep nro brought from
their winter rango on tho low desert
along the Columbia river to graze
among tho hills and valleys of the
Cascade rango of mountains to the
south and west of Crescent whore
feed Is abundant and where tho
rango Is amply protected by the For
est Department by preventing ovor
grazing nnd limiting tho nrcn of each
band. This season has been an ex
ceptionally good ono for pasture and
tho sheep men have taken ndvantnge
of It to tho limit, nearly 30,000
head of sheep having been counted
In to tho forest through tho local
forest ofllco this year. Among tho
Inrgo owners anj; N. Williamson
with C.020 head; Mlka Angina 1807
head; S. W. Yancy 19G7 head: W.
J. Jnmlncn 38G1 hcid; Dnn Anglan
estnto 1G21 head: H. Profeloy 41CG
head: Harry & Ahoarn 2350 head;
Carl Hnrrlgan 2300 head and McCul
luff with 3500 bond. Crescent News
ONE flood turn deserves another one good chew
of W-B CUT Chewing gives a man the tobacco
satisfaction he's been seeking for years.
A good chew of W-B CUT, long shred, means n small
chew. The salt seasoning brings out the rich tobacco
flavor without grinding and spitting that's what makes
it a gentleman's chew.
Get a lOo pouch at any builneti-llke dealer'i, Give W-B CUT the
quality teit and learn the bljjett lurprUeof your tobacco experience.
J i ly WETMAN-BRUTOH COMPANY, SO Union &pure, Ntw Toik Cty
Hotel Glen Good Score.
A. E. Vulloy, an employee of the
Dairy end Food Commissioner's of
fice at Salem, wns a visitor In Silver
Lake laot week Investigating the ho
tels of this plnco. Doth hotols were
given n very good score. Silver I-ake
Iuw Not Yet Operative.
Regarding tho now bill which has
passed Congress, relative to tho 20-
mllo limit for additional homestead
entries, nnd about which many In
quiries havo b,eon made at thla of
fice, wo will stato for the Information
of thoso Interested, that the Land
Office at Tho Dalles has notns yet
been olllclally advised as to when the
law will become operative Tho dif
ferent U. S. Commissioners will be
duly notified at .whnt time filings un
der tho now law will be accepted.
SURVEY NEARS KLAMATH
Party Moves Ciiinp nnd Wilt FinUli
in Two Weeks.
KLAMATH FALLS, July 28. Tho
Inst lap of prollm'nnry work of tho
proposed Strahorn railroad connect
ing tho Grent Northern nt Ilend In
Crook county, tho O.-W. II. & N. ex
tension from Vale In Harney county,
the narrow gungo from Alturns nt
Lakovlcw in Lako county nnd tho
Southern Pacific at Klamath Falls In
Klamath county. Is nil but complet
Tho surveying party has moved
camp from Hlldobrnnd In Yonna vnl
ley to Oleno In Poo valley", 10 miles
from this city. It Is expected that
all work will bo completed within
tho next two weeks, and by thnt tlmo
Hobert E. Strahorn now touring
Bomowhoro In eastern Oregon will
be present swlth n tanglblo proposi
tion for tho pcoplo regarding tho co
operative road which he proposes to
Kuthuslasm along tho cntlro route
by the substantial men Indicates sat
SURVEY WILL EXAMINE LAKE
COUNTY NITRATE DEPOSITS
Following Visit of State Land Board
Slnnott In Notified Investigation
Will lie Mndo by Government.
Congressman N. J, Slnnott hns
been notified by tho director of tho
goologlcnl survey that tho examina
tion of tho reported nitrate deposits
in L-ko county will bo listed nmong
the Investigations to be''mado by tho
survey this season. Mr. Slnnott hns
urged both tho war department nnd
tho geological Biirvcy to Investigate
and report upon Mio nitrates.
It la claimed that there nro largo
deposits of tho nttrnto In tho eastoro
part oktho county, which are of very
high grade. Samples brought to
Lakovlcw will burn when n coal Is
applied to them. A nunubor of tho
local people havo done considerable
prospecting In that section of tho
county and many claims havo been
atnkod out. It wag also reported
that n discovery of somo of tho ni
trate was made In this valley, which
ran about 15 per cent pure.
Tho Stato Land Hoard visited somo
of tho doposlts In Harney county a
week ago and Investigations mndo
thero showed that tho nitrate was
there In almost unlimited quantities
nnd wns of very good quality.
Should the nitrate provo to be of
commercial value It will bo another
big Industry for Lako county. Tho
mlnornl 1b used In tho manufacture
of gunpowder and with tho present
European war, it Is almost ItnpoBslblo
for the United States to sccuro tho
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word,
SASH AND DOORS
Complete Stock of
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Telephone Red 1431 or 701
(City Sales Office Bend Company Building)
Trucks Itut No Bern.
Wrn. Vandevert nnd party have
returned from their bear hunt at
Sellers Marsh. Mr. Vandevert re
ports seeing lots of tracks but no
bear. He and party ere making
preparations to try another part of
the country. La Pine Intor-Moun-teln.
IjiiiiI Hoard Will Walt linger For
Jiimiii to Como Through.
SALEM. July 2C Following tho
reading of a letter from Jason C.
Moore, to C. A. Shoppard, his Port
land attorney, in which tho 'promoter
stated that ho has arranged to get
$100,000 for tho dovolopmont of
Summer and Aburt lakes and to pay
$15,000 to the stato on his bond, nnd
also $400,000 more to have on hand
when needed, tho state land board
Tuesday decided to await develop
ments. The posting of $15,000 to com
plete the bond has been long delayed.
In his letter Moore said the company
was a little fearful that It might bo
impossible to get machinery for some
time owing to tho fact that manu
facturers wero so busy making mu
nitions of war.
Tho Record, with n desire to open
the wny for the full nnd freo dls-
cusslon of the county seat question
ncd the consideration thnt should
govern in Its selection at the fall
election, will throw open Its columns
from this Issue on for that purpose.
Articles ore invited from residents
of the county gwiorally, expressing
the wrltor's views on the subject,
end what they consider the advan
tages or disadvantages of the various
points thnt are contending for the
location. Jefferson County Record.
c E. D, Holman U arrested last
veck upon an information issued
from the dsltrict attorney's office in
connection with the receipt by Hol
rnarTof a shipment of beer nt Red
mond on the 30th day of June. In
rder ,o procure a sh'pment of hls-j
NORTH PORTLAND. Aug. 1.
With another heavy offering of cat
tle yesterday, the market was ex
tremely slow. Prlmo steers were
as much as 25 to 50 cents lower.
Top steers sold at $7.50 which would
have easily brought $8 a week ago.
Very good steers sold at $6 75 to $7.
Hulk of steers went around $C.C0,
Te medium and fair grades sold
steady with a week ago. The moat
of this class went $5 to $G.50. Cows
as a rule sold at about the same loss.
A few sold for $5.50 but the most
of prime cows went $5 to $6 15.
Hulk of cows sold around $4 to $4 50.
Hulls sold steady to a shade higher
with last week. Hest bulls realized
$4.75 against a top of $4.50 last
week. Calves wero steady with a
$7.50 top. The hog market showed
another sharp advance yesterday
when prices were 20 to 30 cents over
last weks close. There wag but a
light run and buyers wero eager.
Tops sold at $9.35 with the bulk sell
ing $9.25 and $9.30. There was a
good demand for all sheep offerings
at steady prices yesterday. Choice
lambs sold at $8.25 with culls going
at $5.50 to $6. Yearlings selling $C
and $6.25 and ewes at $5.00 .
Fruit Canning Season
is at Hand
Suro Seal Quarts .- Httc
Economy Quartes $l.o)
Economy Pints OOc
Jelly Glasses ilOo
Mnnon Jnr Caps "(c
Skuse Hardware Company
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
ROUERT U. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Ofllco Ovor PostoQlco
Dend, ... Oregon
DR. J. C. VANDEVEHT
Physician nnd Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.; 1-5 p. m,;
7-9 p. m.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
ODlco in First Natlonnl Dank
Tel. 511 llcnd, Oregon
WILLARD H. WIRTZ
O. S. DENSON
Attorney At Low
Benson Building, Wall Street
. VERNON A. FORUE8
1, A W Y E It
First Nntlonal Bank Building
Bond, :-: :: Oregon
OEOROE 8, YOUNG
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 6 First Natlonnl Bank
J. B. Boll A. W. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J. II. Hnnor
Abstrnct Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ovor Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to G
Phono Red I Hi!
O. P. NI8W0NGER, Bond, Oro.
IJccnscd Kinbnlincr, Funeral
Phono Rod 421. Lady AbbL
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Ofllco In Snthor Building.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sundays nnd evenings by
II. II. Do A It M O N D
Oregon Street. Bond, Oregon
H. O. ELLIS
United State ComiiilHlonpr
First National Bank Building
Every Saturday Night
At Hnthcr'H Hull
Under Now Management
With Now Orchestra
1ENI TO BROTHERS
Loaves Bond Tuesday nnd
It. D. George, Agent
Ofllco at Gcorgo's Barber Shop
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Phone Black 2 1 1
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wlioro you can get your gro
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All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK. ETC.
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