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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1916)
THE BEND IlUTJ.nTIN, BEND, ORE., WKDXISDAY, AUGUST !i;i, ItllO.
ling Another Fire.
A smnll fire occurred on Monday
I n the block south of the M. E.
church, by which a metal covered
. bnrn was destrojed. The loss was
very slight. Hedmond Spokesman.
Knlrles May Now He Mitilc.
Olllclnl notification hna been re
ceived by all l S. Commissioners
"that Mings under the 20 mile limit
' law will be nccented from il.itp.
I' While the law was pnB3cd and sIru-
led some time ago, It has Just recent
ly become operative. This notice
will bo of Interest to thoso who have
been anxiously awaiting the ' date
when they could lllo on additional
rland under the now law, Madras
What the Klamath
Hus First Woman Member.
The Sliver Lake Commercial Club
took In a new member the other day,
Mrs. John Hayes. She has the dis
tinction of being the first and. so far
s'tbo only woman belonging to this or
ganization. Let other Indies tnke no
tice and follow suit. Silver Lake
('as At u Premium.
Gasoline has been ut. a premium
j1n Crescent the lest week on account
; of so many tourists coming through.
Otto Anderson, the garage man, had
, to make two trips to La Pine to get
gasollno from Toss & Sly, the gnr-
, age men thero. La Pine Inter
Idikcvlcw to (Sot Business,
With the completion of the road
jnow under construction to Catlow
. valley by Lake county, Lnkevlew will
probably get the greater amount of
' business from the homesteaders in
that section of tho country. The on
ly road construction that Is necessary
to make an excellent highway Is
from Flagstaff to tho .1. L. Lyons
i ranch, a distance of about five miles.
iA crow of eighteen men are at work
! there at the present tlmo under the
direction of Road Master llentz and
'they will have finished It inside of a
r month. Lakevluw Examiner.
Water HjMein Complete.
Tho water system toward which
ftho local peoplo have been looking
(forward to for u number of jours Is
inow in operation. The pump Is now
f pumping a large volume of water In-
tto the reservoir continuously "night
land day. Thu packing or the pump
Elms not been replaced for over a year
jfbut Mr. Thompson, tho Inventor of
jthe pump and who installed the sys-
jtem has been hero for several dajs
tand has put the pump In good con
dition nnd tho water is now running
J-lnto tho main plpo lino. Deochutes
A Good .Indue
And reached Ilend by r:l& o'clock
I that afternoon. Ilend Is n thriving
I place, said Judge Thompson last
night, and had all tho appearance
1 of being prosperous. Eugeuo Reg
fiiiiln Ih Contracted1.
Dealers report that about r.0,000
bushels of grain contracted for In
this market the past week at prices
nveraglng better than $1.00. Jelfer
kon County Kccord.
You're Getting It.
About the fairest exchange that
we could Imagine with Ilend would
bo a portion of the money which Is
brought to that town by her big mills
for n little of tho bumper crop which
tho farmers In the vicinity of Prlne-
vllle will thresh this fall. Crook
Ilend Is Not Dead.
Leaving Klamath Falls o pulled
Into Ilend after a ride of over 160
m!le tnklnir In Chlloouln on the"!
way. We passed through r.n unbrok
en timber belt for the entire dis
tance, Ilend Is "some town'' and a
revelation to the tourist. I saw It
five years ago and It was the haunt
of every species of growler and
knocker. Hut the situation Is total
ly different today. From a pppula
tion of about five hundred five ean
ago It now counts over thirty live
hundred, with two enormous saw
mills employing over fifteen hundred
hands. Frame, brick, atone and con
crete buildings are going up rap'dly,
and at the present rate of develop
ment Hend will lead eastern Oregon
in commercial life. It Is surely one
town that Is not dead Juntura
An Editorial From The- Etculng Her
ald of Klamatli Falls.
The people of Klamath county have
been crying for better railroad fa
cilities for many years. Ab a last
resort they appealed to the business
Interests of Portland along with
other communities of Central Ore
gon, nnd us a result Mr. Strahom
consented 10 mako nn Investigation
of this project.
Mr. Strahorn has completed his
Investigation and survejs, made his
report and submitted his proposition
to the peoplo of Klamath county. It
Is now up to the people to say wheth
er they now want tho railroad or not.
In this day nnd ago tho community
that desires growth and development
Is compelled to do Its share toward
securing that development. It wo
sit down and wait for Eastern capl
tul to come to Klamath county and
build up our country by constructing
railroads wo aro liable to wait a long
"Possibly by waiting another twenty
or thirty jesrs we may necure anoth
er railroad without any effort on our
part, but the question to be consid
ered at this tlmo Is whether we want
construction to begin nt once nnd at
this end of tho road, and thus so
euro Immediate results by the early
establishment ot more mills, factor
ies and tho Investment of outsldo
capital In tho development of our
great resources. Klumath Foils Is
now at that stage whoro wo must
either go ahead of else, remain stag
nant for years to come. This Is our
great opportunity, nnd our future de
pends on our action nt this tlmo.
Wo cannot uxpect foreign capital
to Invest In bucIi a project which we,
who aro tho people directly benefit
ted, say by our actions wo hnvn't
sulllcleut confidence in to Justify us
In expending n sinnll portion of tho
cost to secure. Wo all realize that
Klamath county has renched Its max
imum of development without addi
tional railroad facilities. Wo have
the resources and our great need Is
railroads. Tho (irent Creator has sup
plied the first, and It Is up to us to
provide the latter.
We firmly believe thnt tho vast ma
jority of tho peoplo want this railroad
and favor the proposition offered by
Mr. Strahorn, but tho mere wanting
a thing does not always secure It. To
realize our wishes It will bo nccs
sary to do n lot of hard work. It
won't do to sit down and deceive
ourselvesi with tho Idea that a few
men enn carry this project through.
Every man nnd woman In Klumnth
FoIIh will necos-nrlly haui to do
tl.elr Rharo. Titer0 Is n tremendou3
amount of work to be done, and no
time to be lost In getting busy If
construction work Is to bo under way
this fall. It would be a wonderful
accomplishment If we had this rail
road completed and ready for opera
tion to Dairy by f lie first of the year.
Wo could hold ono of the greatest
New Year celebrations ever known In
tho history of the coast. It would be
an accomplishment thnt would elec
trify tho country, and attract more
favorable attention to Klamath coun
ty than would ten times tho amount
of the cost spent In advertising. We
would have no dllilculty In inducing
capital to Invest In such a community.
HE SOODOUOCt ftB3 T.TtWCHTS Of t.CT BtlWttW Vlnmcim )
ll THINK W-B CUT IS
THE BEST TOOACCO INi
f THEWOrUO.BUT SOME
I FELLOWS THINK ttS TOO
I THUS etCAUSlTMlv TMtVBOTMRIHT"L
TAKE A BIO CHtW. A I AHV MAM CAN PROVt
THE DID Or OSBINAByl 1 IT WITH ASMAUehlwl
TOBACCO W-B 15 QIMLIT1 ' 1
YOU'LL find some things out about real tobacco
when you get to usjng W-B CUT Chewing. A
little bit hides away in your check unnoticed and
gives two-for-one more satisfaction than a wad of ordi
nary stuff. Men get to calling it the gentleman's chew
became It don't ditfigurc the lace and cuts down grinding and (pitting,
A 10c pouch Uit twice at long ai a dime' worth ot ordinary eliew
inf. Give W-ll CUT the quality test.
MJ ty WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Union Squirt, New York Ctr
NORTH PORTLAND, Aug. 21.
Tho week's market opened with qulto
a fair sized number of cattle, over
1200 head. Quality, while nothing
fancy, was qulto fair. Tho best
Btecrs sold at $7 and cows stuff fair
ly well. Taken as a whole noruo
strength was developed, especially
In the cow section. All other divis
ions wero steady. Tho hog receipts
wero disappointing as far as numbers
went. Only a thousand hend being
received Monday. Prices allowed
come strength nt $9.70 for tops. Tho
market closed steady to strong. Near
ly 3700 head of sheep wero. received
Monday on n steady market. Top
lambs uru still quoted at $8,25 and
other grades In proportion. Market
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word.
Breath of the Pines'
4, COO feet abovo sea-lool In
Powder River Mountinns, t
nenr Joseph, Oregon. Eat, t
sleep, piny, live out-of-doors, J
A delightful mountaln-lako re-
sort. Good fishing.
For full Information, fares, t
tickets, etc., nsk
A. O. KGAN, Agent $
T "Spokane InteiMate Pair and
Llo Stock Show, Sept -Ml" J
Itoud 1m IKvoiiuneiidiHl.
It has been reported that tho State
Highway Commission has recom
mended that FIoronce-Eugene.Crcs-cent-Klamnth
Falls road to the feder
al government to be constructed nt
once under tho new Skakllford Post
Road law. If the report Is true,
work will probably commence this
fall and continue until the approprla
tlon Is exhausted. Crewen, News,
SASH AND DOORS
: : : Complete Stock of : : :
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co.
Telephone Red 1431 or 701
(City Sales Office Bend Company Building)
Gilbert (Sb Son
The only store la Ilend
where you can get .your gro
ceries and meats at the same
I'hono lied 271
Haying Is in full swing all over
eastern Oregon and the man without
a job at good wages Is not the fellow
a farmer would want. There is not
an Idle man In Crescent: women are
helping with farm work at I.a Pine;
Ilend has steady Jobs for fifty men.
Klamath "Falls Is advertising for men
to work In the mills at wages from
$3 per day up. The hay harvest Is
on at Sliver Ike and the grain
fields of Fort Hock are using every
available man. If eastern Oregon
Isn't prosperous, why all this demand
for loborers. Crescent News.
A desirable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
Bee Edwards for psper baurice.
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
Wet Wash Laundry
One Day Delivery Service
20 Lbs. Dry Wt.
PHONE RED 1461
Fruit Canning Season
is at Hand
Sure Seal Quarts O.Tc
Economy Qunrtcs .SI .00
Economy Plats Imk-
Jelly Olcsscs Hoc
Mason Jar CapB "Oc
Skuse Hardware Company
LOOK FOR Just what you're looking for. Tho original
TIIK TRAI)K genuine, rot-proof farm work shoo. Will
MARK meet ALL your requirements for any work-
any Mrao any place. On tho market eight years--worn to
day by nearly a million farmers and stockmen.
SPECIAL ROT PROOF LEATHER
Hulskrrap's Barnyard Shoos were the first shoes ever made
specially for farmers. Made of specially tanned leather that
resists manure acid will not harden, rot and crack open.
They fit better and feel better look better and wear longer.
Remain soft and comfortable in the hardest service. Hure to
satisfy you biggest cboo value you can buy,
1M 1M? YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO FARM
1 K.H'li' PAPERS BOTTLE OF SHOE OIL
A big gift off or, for a limited time, to Introduce Barnyard
Shoes. We give you two freo gifts- a bottle of JJuUkainp's
famous rot-proofing oil and a year's subscription to your choice
of two groat farm papers. Call and sea Barnyard Shoes- -examine
them carefully and compare with any other work
shoe. We can fit you, save you money and Insure you satis
faction with these famous shoes.
SD H. REINGOLD (3b CO.
STORES: PORTLAND AND BEND
66$ Will Street
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
IIOHKRT II. GOULD
Engineer Uj Lj I U
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Office Over PostofQce
Bend, ... Oregon
DR. J. C. VANBEVERT
Ptotitcliin niul Surgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.: 1-C p. m.;
7-9 p. in.
W. A. JACKSON
lIoiidlpH and soils everything
Offlco corner Greenwood nvenuo
nnd Well ntreots.
PM'MIHNO A II&ATINU CO.
l'LttllUXti AND UKATINO
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Done.
W. O. MANNING, D. M. D.
Office In First National Hank
Tel. 51 1 Bend, Oregon
WILLARD H. WIRTZ
O. 8. BENSON
Attorney At Law
Bonson Building, Wall Street
VERNON A. FORBES
, L A W Y K It
First National Bank Building
Bond, :-: :: Oregon
Q EORQE 8. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Room C First National Hank
J. B. Boll A. V. Sims
CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J. II. Haner
Abstract Co., Prluovlllo. Ore.
BR. R. D. 8TOWELL
Over I.ogun Furniture Co,
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
Phono Red IH-
O. P. NISWONOER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed I.'nibalmer, Funeral
Phono Red 421. Lady Asst
Tinning nnd Sheet Motel
Furnni'M, Spouting, Guttering,
Cornlco nnd Skylight
Repairing pi omptly attended to
Prices right, work cunrnntcod
OrcgOnlJfC Intmrance Company
HOMOrric Conuctt DLbo Poutlancx
Every Saturday Night
At Mather's Hull
Under Now Management
With Now OrcbeHtra
BUND TO BROTHKItH
Leaves Bend Tuesday and.
It. 1). George, Agent
Offlco nt Gcorgo's Barber Shop
Succeuor to T. R, McClincy
STAPLE AND FANCY
Quality and Service
Phone Black 2 1 1
BR. J. H. CONNARN
1) i: N Tl T
Office In Sather Ilulldlng.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to S.
Sundays and evenings by
H. II. Do A R M O N D
Oregon Street. Bend, Oregon
II. O. ELLIS
United HUte CoinuilNxInnrr
First Nstlonal Bank Building
H. P. SMITH
Plain ind Orntratnul
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORM, ETC.
Lrtve ordrn it
J, A EAS1FJ3 OrTICt:
TixKMioNK BEND HAULING CO.
H V VAX Ml'KTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL AND WOOD.
C. V. SILViS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
LOTH FOR HALE IN EVERY ADDITION IN BEND
PROPERTY HANDLED FOR NON-RESIDENTS. TIMBER
BOUGHT AND HOLD.
OFl'ICK OREGON HTRKBT