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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
1U5ND nULliUTIN, IlKND, ORKGON, Tlll'llHDAY, JUNK 14, 11)17
ON VISIT HERE.
WUl Add to l'lnnt n Boon ns Roll
Transportation Ik Assured, Hut
Hcc No Room for Other
(Prom Saturday's Dally.)
Arriving by special car this morn
ing, officials of The Shcvlln-Hlxon
Company and prominent financiers
of tbc middle west started a threo
day Inspection of tho local lumber
Industry, and after spending tho
morning visiting tho various depart
ments of the Ilcnd plant, under tho
guidance of T, A. McCann and Frank
It. Prince, local officials, declared
themselves highly satisfied with tho
progress being made here. Those
making up the party are F. P. Hlxon,
of La Crosse, president of The Shcvlln-Hlxon
Company; II. C. Clark, of
Minneapolis, treasurer; E. L. Car
penter, of Minneapolis, vice-president;
F. M. Prince, of Minneapolis,
director In The Shevlln Company,
the holding company under which
The Suevlln-Hlxon Company, the
holding company under which The
Shovlin-Htxon Company is organised,
and C. T. Jeftray, president of tho
First Security National Bank of Min
neapolis. Would Add New Uand.
Mr. Carpenter, who was designated
as spokesman for the party, outlined
the planB of the lumber company ast!
far as Bend Is. concerned, by stating
that Just as soon as the railroads
havo demonstrated that they arc
able to handle the output of the
mills without a repetition of the win
tor's car shortage, a fourth band will
bo added to the present mill equip
ment. "Conditions aro excellent
now," ho said, "but we must have as
surance that our product can have
reasonably quick shipment before we
can make such a large Investment as
would be represented in the pro
posed enlargement. As far as any
other Improvements are concerned,
of the McLcod River Lumber Co.,
Tho lumber business throughout
the country is good, but no immediate
advance in prices Is looked for, Mr.
Carpenter said. As to the labor sit
uation he saw nothing to worry over
In the year's prospects for the lum
ber industry. "There is naturally
some changing of men due to enlist
ment, and there will probably be
more with, conscription." he said,
"but, personally, I have no doubts as
to our ability to maintain an ade
quate working force."
To Vinlt Camp.
Today's program will Include a
continued Inspection of the plant
this afternoon, tomorrow will bo
featured by an nuto trip through
the country surrounding Bend, par
ticularly through the timber belt,
and Monday morning the logging
camps will be visited, concluding
with dinner at the camp boarding
house. In the evening tho party
will leave for Minneapolis.
Tho trip to Oregon was made in
Railroad Co,, and J. II, Qucal, pres
ident of tho railroad, and also head
wo can actually see nothing to Itn
wlll join tho party In Bend tomor
row after remaining In Portland for
CROP OUTLOOK GOOD
SAYS S. L. WIGGINS
Foil Sown Grain Heading in Northern
Dlttricts First Alfalfa Crop
Duo Near Mnupln.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Central Oregon's grain, alfalfa and
fruit outlook Is much more promising
than It has been at any tlmo this
year, according to 8. L. Wiggins, dis
trict freight and passenger agont for
the O.-W. R, & N who has just re
turned from an extensive tour of
tho Redmond, Agency Plains, Mnu
pln, Gateway, Madras, Lamonta and
In tho Maupln territory fall sown
grain Is beginning to head and tho
spring sown grain is up and looking
prosperous. In -the northern sections
tho first crop of alfalfa will bo cut
some tlmo next week. Prospects
aro exceptionally promising, especial
ly since tho recent warm days.
LIBERTY LOAN MEN
SPEAK IN BEND.
Bond Arc Most Dmlrnblo for Invest'
ment Purpose, Mays Portland
Hanker Cliiipmnii Know
U. H. Need of Fundi.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HERE NEXT WEEK
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Knights of Pythias of Deschutes,
Crook and Jefferson counties will
meet in Bend noxt Wednesday, tho
occasion being the district convention
of tho order. Tho session will bo
held In Sathcr's hall, opening at 10
o'clock. Officers of the Grand Lodgo
are expected to be present and thcro
Is a possibility that Judgo Brad
show, of Tho Dalles, one of the best
known and moti highly regarded
Knights of Eastern Oregon will bo
Among important matters to bo
considered, will be the question of
obtaining the 191S meeting of tho
Grand Lodgo for Bend. Tho meet
ing will be held this year In Octo
ber in Marshflold and a strenuous
effort will be made to have Bend se
lected as the place of next year's
Registration for Draft Doe Not
Render Men Ineligible, Suys
(From Saturday's Dally.)
With registration past and gone,
many of military age aro of the er
roneous opinion that by signing up
for the draft they have forfeited
their right to volunteer, says Serg
eant Charles Davis, recruiting offi
cer for Central Oregon. Sergeant
Davis declares that In the last two
days ho has had at least 100 Inquir
ies on this point alone.
Any man of tho right age and
proper physical and mental require
ments may volunteer, regardless of
registration, he emphasizes. This
privilege will only be removed when
the actual draft Is made.
a special car from the McLeod River elusive.
O.-W. R. & N. MAKKS IIATKS
(From Saturday's Dally.)
The O.-W. R. & N. announces that
It will qfer special one and one-half
fares for the Bond Fourth of July
celebration which will be hold In
Bend on July 4 und 6. The minimum
faro upon which the rates will bo
effective is 50 cents and the maxi
mum will be $. The rates will bo
effective between July 3 and B, In-
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Organisation to canvass Bond thor
oughly to secure subscriptions to tho
Liberty Loan bond Issuo must bo ef
fected If Bend Is to do her part
in fighting tho world war. This was
tho messago brought last night by
F. A. Frcomun, vice-president of tho
Lumbermen's Trust Co., of Portland,
whon ho spoko in tho high school
auditorium- on tho need for Immed
iate subscription to tho bond Issue.
C. C. Chnpma'n, editor of tho Oregon
voter, was tho first speaker of tho
evening. Tho crowd was not largo,
and both speakers declared that to
thoeo present would fall tho task of
dlssomlnatlng tho gospel of Liberty
Loan bond buying In Bend. Next
Friday night, popular subscription
will bo brought to a close, It was as
Mr. Freeman's discussion was
largely of a soml-tcchnlcal nature,
explaining what n bond Is, and how
tho Liberty Loan bond differs from
ordinary paper of tho kind in Its lack
of fluctuation, and, Its convertablllty
Into a bond bearing a higher rate of
Interest in caftc such an issuo Is made
lator In tho war by the government.
Small lluyerx Wanted.
Mr. Freeman declared that the
class of Investors most eagerly sought
by tho government Includes tho small
buyers. "Tho banks of tho nation
can handlo fhe bond Issuo If It Is
necossary," ho stated, "but this
would bo tho worst thing that could
happen for tho country. It would
...nnM .hn llllitlnuln tf nf 1 1 n f. t f.1 Ik 1 I
HIVUII I.IU niiuuiHniKh u. II.. i
support from many Industries which
aro soon to bo started."
U. H. Determining Factor.
Mr. Chapman told why tho pcoplo
of Oregon should buy bonds, declar
ing that tho United States is now
tho determining factor in tho war,
emphasizing that tho purehaso of a
Liberty Bond Is not a donation, but
an Investment of tho highest typo,
and nssortloiig that tho United Htntes
must inovo as If to fight unnldm!
ngulust Germany. Puruhnstint hi tho
northwestern states, ho said, linn huuti
limited hecnuso the pooplo aro not
accustomed to bond buying, hut ho
mentioned Hint In tho state nt largo
better results hml been obtnlnod than
In Portland. "Anuthor great trouble
with us Is that wo cannot seem to
rcnllzo that wo aro actually nt ynr,"
ho said, "So far, wo in tho north
west hnvo received only tho bour-f Itu
of war, and Its stem realities seem
a long dlstnnco a way,"
Tho Liberty Loan bond commltteo
loft today for Burns, mnklng a circle
of tho stato with stops at Ontnrlo
and Baker, and bringing their cam
paign to a close In Pendlolon,
NORTH YAKIMA EDITOR
NOTES BEND CHANGES
W. W. Robertson, Well Known
Washington Newspaperman Hero
On n Short Vacation.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
W. W, Robertson, editor of tho
North Yakima llopubllc, of North
Yakima, Washington, and one of tho
best known nowspapor mon of that
state, Is In Bond for a few days vaca
tion. Mr. Robortsou camo In with
n party of fishermen, and not being
an angler, Is looking over tho city.
Mr. Robertson has been In Bond on
(several occasions In tho past and
notes a great change In tho charactor
of Bond since his Inst visit.
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MW fcy WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 1107 BmJwir. Nw Tmk City
NEW FAMILIES WILL
LOCATE NEAR HERE
'M Will Conic In New Kuturo From
American l.nke to Tnkn laiuul On
tho Tumnlo Project.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Twcnly-flvo new families will In
tho near futuro becomo residents on
tho Tumnlo Irrigation project, was
the statomont of J, II. Miner, sales
Hoofing of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.
agent tor tho state, following tho re
ceipt of a telegram this morning
from realty operators at American
Lake, Washington, This Is in ad
dition to more than 2000 acres of
Tumnlo laud disposed of recently by
Mr. Miner to homeseekers,
The demand for farm land tribu
tary to Baud Is showing a nutlceabla
Increase, Mr, Minor says.
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No walling.- Adv.
TRAIN OF H1IKKP HIIII'PKI)
(From Saturday's Dally Bulletin.)
McCoruinck and Utanflold yester
day shipped a train of 28 cars of
shrep, in all about 3600 head, out
of llinul to Chicago over the O.-W.
It. ft N. It Is understood that tint
sheep havo been contracted at a high
Boo J. Ityan ft Co., for farm land
True Economy .
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oiutldtctory services brciuu its Improvement!
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miflV otiur mxtiilati btCAUt It will vUxu VOU
with Its floe flnUh and txsuty of its furniture, f
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Special Summer Kates
Room with bnth privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with privute bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depbt cars pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at 5th St.
THE PORTLAND HOTEL
The Rose City's world-famed hotel, occu
pying an entire block. All Outside
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M ' -rriTr- r- -i r
OIL GODK STOVE
The orange discs which you will see displayed
next week in the windows of the dealers listed
below bring a welcome message a message
telling of relief from the drudgery and discom
fort of summer cooking.
For the New Perfection cooks better than any
wood or coal range, and it does not heat up
the kitchen. Cooler cooking in summer
. more economical cooking all the year 'round.
Watch for the orange discs next week. Ask
any of these dealers to tell you about the New
Perfection Oil Cook-Stove and how the long
blue chimneys prevent all smoke and smell.
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For Salt by
Bend Hardware Company
F. Dement & Co.