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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1916)
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The Bend Co.
iFrnm Forfar 4 Sp?U'cr
A recnt numK r f Tli- Spectator
a Portland moatHi avotti
tarRljr to tl growth and etovelop-
et of Bead Tk folJosshs article
on The Btasi Company is reprinted
Yrs otto' th rai1rwds vtw
tbottxnt of eonqurtnc the DotenatM
Onarvn. Mr. Drake. ersiroad
tarUeW iwi eapttafot ? In Bead
the netropolt of Central Oreaon
lt aeqnlnd t.tXW crw " land
waere now utaaete this aiod.-a tlty
cd it fa& well for his tctlmi
aad Jadcnat -raea tt fc known that
tre l not a Mn1 tre haK or
bsMfaMM honae In ta eltj that hat
sot parcnated hi si'.e front his orig
inal holding. II repaired the old
Stemswr ru.h. covering both sides
of the Dht4 riTer. teaoe it
vm tfce oalr pnefeat and ecooomt.
cat location to aaill 'he rast forest
of tlaoer lyiap tt the wnth and
yist.aad it H it. ffctf property that
both of Mad' Urt ntUU and roat
of Its aaaaaftttitlar plants no
He botlt x dam aeroM the De-
cx: and erected a atodera 1e-t.-k
Heist plant, asd iaatclled a
water sjriteni. ran canal for Irriga
tion porpo-. betllt and opratd
jetvisllH. and lent Inanc.al aid to
the Oil aoarchaats aod others de
4rto to locate at Bend.
The present Bend Ccsapa-.r
orjinnlaed aboat Sv reort ate. and
too): or the entire Drake held mm.
aod has tt-.re dipod of a eonjW
mbl portion of the or4!! tract
The present Bead Water. Light and
Power Company vac sold to Cha.
A. Broan and K. B. Millar of Chi-
ei of larre means and fore
aaonc hjrdio-eteruic experts.
The old sawmill rlrb as practi
cally toe only payroll the c :i had
jbc sTral years. w operated nntll
nbont a year aero, when it wis dis
mantled, and sold to rcake room for
W ptwt mills of tM Shevlin
Hbon and Jirooks-ScnnJon rom
panloa' ntaau. Today tt company
ImMImw (oatlet of '.be oilclnal
tvn:t of Bend rod the seven ad-
Cntn additions. a welt a farm
ms an! conaidetable timtwr.
The Bend Company lone aao -Uhliehed
a very liberal pol'cy. It
donatinK in all to the H rook 5-Scan -Ion
Iimear Oampaoy II acres of
7ftod for Itt mill site, and deeded
for a nominal snm ST; acre to the
SfceTtla-Htioa Company for Its mill
ctta. and has made either free g;fts
or Mtaral concessions te all e ter
jxteat, relljtloo. educaiioscl or ';-
d-st Isl Daring the past six months
ft has t'J-lt many hcases and sold
tben on easy time payurnt r'sn,
es.dec asslstiag In f ildlng several
uslness houses, and has contracts
let for the erection of about fifteen
The company Is beaded by able
and prominent men. Dr. D. P
Brock", the president, te too preal-
d. nt of the BrooJta-Scaalon Lumber
Companr. and te one of the hoariest
lnreetor ia Central Ortsroa
D E Kanter is toe rice-prreldest
and i alo rtce-ereaseeat of The
Central Oreoa Bank, with many
years' exner:ene as as investor and
Uaflder la Central Oregon,
Clyde M McKay la sretary. tad
liesldes be'ng a stock be Idtr person
ellr. represents the Jdncller Lumber
Company of Davenport, Iowa, which
it alto Interested In the Bend com-canr.
D C Hanler espceased blmeelf
very forcibly m to the poUey of the
compaey. which he made in the fol
lowine stnement We btrl!eve Bend
will b )aet as big tt Central Oregon
Lnd onr Investment east of the Cas
cades Is the beet evidence of the
faith In this conatry. There Is much
yet to do. bnt we have made a good
start. We hare the largest sectioe
of good farm land now left nade
Tetoped In the the Valted States,
with approximately S.eM.tvO acres
available for dry farming, and rn
additional million acres taai can oe
pat under irrigation from the water
In the Deschutes river.
"Our payroll In Bend amount to
over $1.;?M0 a year, which w"ll
greatly Increase during the next two
years, and we feel that we hare just
started ia a ma a fact urine way. We
have sufficient waterpover for alt
time, as next to the Kails of N'ia-ara
the Deschutes can develop more
warerpexer than any other stream
ia the United States a statement
that the Geological Department at
Washington will verify.
We hsve railroads to hu'ld. Ir
rigation projects to aoUta. rood J
roads te bulW and dry fanning lands
to develop. We hare alwats felt
that the second largest city in the
state would naturally be located In
Central Orenon. and the splendid
procrese mad during the past 1!
month is a substantial endorsement
of the future of Bend.
Phone Red 462
! STOCKMEN WILL MEET
Mr. Home Builder see that your A desirable bread knife free
house is plastered with Goaney's every annual subscription to
. sand. Adv. tfc Bend Bulletin.
jflorcncc . Silvis
Instructor and Decorator
Fine uitonogtam and Enamel
Work a specialty
Water Color 'Place Cards
"Dinner, Dance "Programs, etc
made to order
Mep Will He Taken to Orpaniie at
Steps to organise .he stockmen of ,
the Fort Reek Valley, so that Useyj
irry be enabled to take advantage
of the large range afforded in the'
! Deschutes Xr.tloail Forest, will be ,
J taken October it at Fort Rock by
Supervisor W. G. Hasttass. at a
meet Ins; of the Fort RoeS: raller
The forest service Is destrous of
hivla? tke larro tintor rut north
of Fort Rock used by the stockmen.!
Its value fer this put pose reels apn'
its development by the stockmen j
through obtaining water. It te estl-
tn.-ted that nearly 1 10,ee is aeeef-j
sary to bring water upon the range
in sufficient quantity to make It valw- i
able for range purposes. Mr Haet
inis believes that taere is room
enough on the range fer 5.04 head
of cattle or approximately 50.0
head of sheep.
How to Improve
MaUe the Mot of Pro-jteHty
Every man should keep il: these
days and make the meet of his op
portunities. No man can work bis
bst handicapped ith disordered
kidneys and bladder, aching beck,
swollen Joints, stiff mutcles or
rheum-stle pains. Foley Kidney Pills
pey for themselves a hundred times
oer In herl'h lmproeo.int. Sold
For sign painting see Edwards.
Talk about it.
Trade at home.
Be public spirited.
Remember It is your home.
Study your town ordinances.
Telt of Its natural advantages.
When strangers cerae to town use
Don't call your best citizen frauds
Support the local Institutions th&
benefit the tcwa.
Help public ofSciate do the most
good for the people.
Look ahead of self when all the
town Is to be considered,
WARDEN ll.llll.KV HERE
On a trip to look into the present
flh and game situation in this sec
tion Warden W. O Hadley of The
Dalles spent Thursday of last eSc
here. Mr. Hadley is interested in a
plan to build fish ladder on the hiih
falls of the Dvchut. hkh impvse
a bar to the ascent of salmon fron.
the Columbia and hopes to Interest
local sportsmen In the proposition
Already he has sereral hundred dol
lars subscribed with which te put in
a ladder at Sherar's Falls, which
will b done this fall. Mr. Hadley
went to Prinevllle and Redmond on
.rnST III HI rf nssnav-ni iff Insnuv
WILSON FORMERLY ASSAIL
ED THE LABOR UNION.
Thi Prcsidtnt it now cndi
oatt for offico and ipeaka Mtll
of labor. Until ho becama a can
didato for offict. and at lonj at
he wat Proaidont of a Univtr
'ty. h, with tntiro tafoty, fj
nortd or aitaifcd th Labor
Unions, indtad, ho was than thair
bittir, ungenaroua, and often un
just critic At the PtopU'a Fo
rum en February 25, 1S05, ha
aid: -Labor Unioni drag the
highett man to the level of the
lowest." In an address at a din
ner in the Waldorf-Astoria on
March IS, 1S07, in speaking of
the capitalists, he aaid: "There i
another equally formidable ene
my to equality and betterment of
opportunity, and that it the clan
formed by the labor organiza
tiont and leadera of thu country.-
In a letter written Janjary
12, 19C9. he taid: -I am a fierce
partisan of the open thop" In
Jun of th tame year, ipeakmg
at Princeton, he taid: "The utual
ttandarc! of the employ in our
day it to give at littie he may
far hit waget. Labor it ttand
ardized by the tradet umem and
thit is the ttandard to which it
it made to con'orm. I need not
pomt out how econamicaliy dit
attrojt tuch a regulation of la
bor it. The labor of America
t rapidly becoming unprofitable
under thtt regulation. Our eco
nomic tupremacy may be lost
becaute the country growt more
and mora full of unprofitable
tervants. I have no quettion
that when Mr. Wilton thut tpoke
he expretied hit tincere convic
tion. Lett than two years later
he wat in public life and imme
diately hit attitude changed.
There it no rtaton to believe that
hit convictiont changed. From
the Speech of Colonel Rootevelt
at Battle Creek. Michigan, in Be
half of Mr. Hughe.
"President Wilson settknl h!melf In
hU cbalr." Neni Item. Well, be has
settled tomctbln;, anyhow.
WILS9N STRIKES WHEN
Paint Kitchen Floors
Don't Scrub Them
Avoid the backache and sore knees caused
by scrubbing bare floors. Painted floors are easy
to keep bright and clean, are attractive and
gives a hard, durable, sanitary finish for floors,
steps or any inside surface to be walked on,
easy to keep clean and hard to wear
out. You can apply it yourself.
It dries in a short time. Offered
in appropriate and attractive shades.
Bend Hardware Co.
THE IRON IS COLD
President Wilton refuted to
tpeak in Independence Hall on
the one hundred and twenty
eighth anniversary of the tigmng
of the Declaration of Independ
ence in that hall, and he to re
futed becaute inatmuch at over
one hundred of our men. women
and children had jutt been mur
dered on the high teat he re
garded it aa "the try moment
when he would not care to arouse
the tentiment of patriotism." Mr.
Wilton hat a potitiv genius for
ttriking when the iron it cold
and fearing to strike when the
iron it hot. If one hundred and
twenty-eight yeart ago Wash
ington and Jefferson, and the
other men who eigned the Decla
ration of Independence had felt
the tame way about patriotism,
and the tame way about fighting
at Mr. Wilton does, u. 3uld
nevtr have had country. Had
Lincoln felt the aame way, there
would be no such thing at the
American Republic now in exist
ence. From the Speech of Colo
nel Roosevelt at Battle Creak,
Michigan, in Behalf of Mr.
Best & Harris
Brine us your eld easlass and
tubes for repair. Werk juieX
ly dene aad cuaraateed to be
satisfactory Out of, town pat
Best & Harris
Brooks- Scanlhn Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Standard Sao.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Trkfiax Red 1431 701 Cry Sales O&e Beod Company Bulling
POLICIES THAT PIIOTECT.
The Oldest Insurance
Agency in Central Ore.
WE WRITE INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
"It's the way we write our policies."
Out 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
POLICIES THAT I HOTECT.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fct2 aad Washosjtoa Stmta
CcBtrafly Looted Tk Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at 5th St.
and way points
MAIL, FREIGHT, and
Pioneer Auto Stage and Truck Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
True Economy ...
rr"H t&c wise trrnAng c ocu'i mooey miting every ddHir da full daty
tad getting ia rrtura ia article that wiU ulsfy 70a ia every -xy.
. white: .
b a. real buxi& frrcune it is soli at a popular
pace: becacoe it gives you tSe kiadoiscsneg
yea &Sgbt iaj beotse it will turn out the wftrk
qacliy xai thoroughly asi give you a Efc time
of satgfactoty service; because itt imytoregxaa
wO eaahle you to do tlinrt which can't be daat
oa any other rrurhmrtfrtcime it will yfciaeycn
with, its ae fmnfi and beauty of is funsrorc.
Ia short you wul Oad ie While reliable aoa
: of view.
Be sure to see the Vthe dealer who w-3 be glad to show you bow good
machine the Thite is. II there tt coTake dealer haatdy, write us direct for cat
alogs. Te do aotscS to catalog faouseu Vibrator aad Rotary Sbuttlc HacUacs.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.
FOR &VLE BY E. F. LOGAN
A WORD IS ALL A
LITTLE WANT AD
WILL COST YOU.