The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, July 10, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Image 1

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GROWERS PLAN
, FOR NEXT YEAR
POTATO MARKET WILL
BE GOOD.
IWnrUuU'H Vnllc)' Aocliillon Hold
, Annual M'jotlnK Moro System
title Mniuirr of Carryl UK on
HiimIiichn In Favnrnl.
(From Monday' Dully.)
To liu moro nctlvo In carrying on
Uh own Interest thin your tlirouiih
a manager who will huvu greater
power In handling tholr huslncsn In
Dm program of thu Deschutes Vulloy
I'otulo (Jrowur' association, which
hold ltd ntinunl mooting Hutunluy
afternoon In Jlmlmond, Thut condl
lion during thu post year huvu not
hroiiKht tho potato growers together
throiiKhotil tha Doschute Klvor vnl
Itiy becuuso there wn not n grasp
of marketing conditions and be
cause tho growor woro not tally
nut IftflcMl with management.
With prices looklnK orlromoly
good, nnd with prospects for n IjIk
i;or crop on account of n larger ncro
ago, tho growers prrsont woro nnxl
oiih to nollillfy and curry tholr busl
ncAH through thu association In u
moro aystumntlc monitor than here
tofore Who will bo tha manager
for tho coming year haa not boon
dctormlni'd, but tho grower will
nock n man who will bo In n position
to And thu brut markets, to duvoto
lil attention to thn growor' need
nnd, to. facilitate ahlpmonts and ro
lura nioro speedily,
Output Jitrrcitftlnj.
It la estimated that the potato
acreage In Deschutes, Crook and
Jefferson counties will approximate
1000 acre. Tho output will bo con
siderably Inrxor than Inst your. Liut
your 81 earn of potntocn wura shipped
from Central Oregon, An Increase
U shown particularly In tho auction
around Bond. Tho acreage Immedl
utuly tributary to Bend will be
about COO acres, Tutnalo'a estimated
acreage In 220, compared with ICQ
for Innt year. Thuro haa been a fall
Ink off of tho acroago In tho Powell
llufto district. Lower Bridge nnd
Plalnvlow district show slight In
creases, while tho Tcrrcbonno aec
lion 'will nhow n decrease In potato
ncrongo. " "
Ktonrll rinu Coimldoml.
At the meeting Saturday Qua
Stadlg of Lowbr Drldgefand 8. I).
Mustard wore respectively ro-olcctod
president nnd vice prealdont. ' Tho
hoard of director choaon waa na
followa: Uun Stadlg, 8. I). Mustard,
J, F. Hire, It. 8. Towno and Hobort
Lendbottcr.
It la likely thnt tho association
will connldor stops to stencil ull
Hacks for 'potatoes leavliiK Central
Oregon under thu protection of the
Deschutes Vnlloy Potato Growers'
association.
WAREHOUSE MAKES
- ANOTHER ADDITION
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Owlnic to tho heavy shipments of
twool Into llond this your nnd tho Ron
oral Increase In tta busluoHH, thu
United Wnrchousu company has
inado another extension on Its waro
house bulldliiR. Tho warehouse la
now crowded to Its capacity.
Hhlptnontn of wool rccontly pur
clinscd nt tho wool sale are uoIiie
tnndu thlB woolc out of Dond, accord
liiK to A. M. Pringlo.
B. A. A. C. DANCE SET
FOR SATURDAY NIGHT
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
- Plans nro being ntado by tho Dond
Amateur Athlotlc club for n dance to
l)0,glvcn at tho gymnasium Saturday
night; MuhIo will he' by n four-pleoe
orchestra nnd will commence nt 9:30
o'eiqplc. Tho Konornl public la In
vited, It, la posslblo that thusa affairs
will lio glvou wookly hereafter,
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OCCUPATION ARMY
HOMEWARD BOUND
(Ily Unltcl I'rM to The lln4 llulletln.)
o WASHINCITON, 1), O,, .JUly Of
ThO. army of occupation, comprising
VUiarflra.t( Ave regular divisions, la
ltbijtuwnrd bound, according to un-
ofriclul reports received here.
' "ITT
Powell Butte
Rancher Sees
First Movies
(KixtLI Ii Tha llulMln.)
POWJ3M.. IJUTTK, July 0.
For tho first tlmu In thn HO
odd yonrrf of IiIh llfn, (loorgo
4- Hhobort upproclatcd tho thrills
of n roovlo nhow when ho enmo
to Dond thn other day nnd was
Induced to enter ono of the
' film tlinatora. Air. Hholiurl -was
hlxhly pteiiNed over his Initial
exparlenco with tho j"Jlcntr
drama, ana inotniiern muis ryn-
llv predict that ho w 111 soon uti-
- coma a full-fledged movlo fan.
Mr. Hhobort has been i rei(-
dent of Central Oregon or'tuoru
thou 10 years. "'
WILL IMPROVE
LAKE RESORT
KTOCKIIOM)i:itH OI-' CO.MPA.VY TO
vihit i:aht ik'i: huxday to
I'i:ilKi:CT PLASH I OH IIAPID
i)i:vi:m)p.mi:xt.
(From Wednesday's Dully.)
Following tho election 'of now of
ficers by tho Kaat Lako Health Hcsort
company, stockholders In thu com
pany will visit tho lake Hu'nday to
look over tho Improvements already
made thoro, and to dpcldo on plans
for operation and development Into
a first class health and pleasuro ro-
sort. At present ubout 40 guests can
bo accommodated In tr.o hotel put up
last summer and In addition tents
have been put up and bath houses
constructed for thoso wishing to take
advantage of the hot springs.
Tho directors wilt also tako stops
teward kee'plng tho road Into the
lake open for a longer period of lime
during tho year, as undor ordinary
conditions It is blocked with snow un-
til 'the early part of tho summer.
Now officers elected nro: Fred
8htntaffor, president; Klnar Mclstcd,
vlce-prasldent; John Hellot, treasur
er; and II. II, Do Armond, soeretury.
ALFALFA IS AIDE
BY HOLDINGfACK
Paoturlnjc During Karly Part of Hon
koh on Jnhustou ltnueli Provent
DauuiKo fnm IYott.
(From Wednesday's Dully.)
Holding hack tho growth of. tho
nlfalfn on tho Johnston- ranch, near
Alfalfa, has proved to be n boon ty
n big crop tor tho farmers of thnt
vicinity, according to J. II, Miner,
who made an extended tour yeator
dny ovor tho ranch to uncertain tho
condition of thu crops.
According to Mr. Minor, many of
tho furmors pastured their nlfnlfa
fields until May 1G, and consequently
the, alfalfa f wan not harjucd,by tho
recent frosts. Tho nlfnljd st'auchi aro
now na high as two fet uti(l uro
growing In flno ahnpo. Thu ry crop,
ho says, Is not looking 'al favorable
as uaual.
Moro than GO acres were seeded to
alfalfa this year, whlchf Is ,ub6ut a.
30 per cent, lncreaso oVQJr,iflt'-ear.
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CIGARETTE STARTS'
BLAZE IN TIMBER
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Iuuurdmto Action ly jfaMwttitarvi
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Mou Prevents Dlsiutrouy, yjro
HeNiKuilbIo I'arty Xot Ko'ukd.
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(From Monday's Polly,)
Only the tact thnt forest officials
woro right on hand provontod n ser
ious tiro in tho timber along the Mo
tollus yostorday nftornobii 'avKqii n
lighted cigarette stub watuwrqloflsly
thrown Into tho undorbrush Toy a
camper or nnglor, SuperviHor Jacob
son dlroctod tho work ot extinguish
ing tho blazo nnd practically no dam-,
ago wus dono. ,
Immodlutoly afterward ho enrch
od for a mile up and dawn' tjiq Htroam
In a vain endeavor to'locnto tho
person responslblo tor tho conflagration,
FOREST BUDGET
WINS APPROVAL
14,207 IS TO BE SPENT
THIS YEAR.
Allowance for Count ruction anil .Main,
(onauro of I load and Tralln .ot '
Included Many V.xtnx JIoii
KinpIoetl Duriiif- Hciumiii.
.
(From Wedhesdny's Dally.)
In addition to roud nnd trail main
tcnunca and construction, tho De
schutes national forest, may spend
134,207 by Juno 30, 1020, accord
ing to tho approved estimate of ex
penses received through tho district
office this morning by .Supervisor
N, O. Jucob-on Of this nrnount
$2G,3G4 Is for salaries, travel and
rent, while $8,8C3 la for Improve
ments nnd maintenance other than
roads and trulls, and Includes 13
miles of telephone construction,
changing 10 miles, and tho mainte
nance of 262 miles.
The amount of extra work neces
sitated during tho tiro season Is
shown by tho list of forest employes
allowed. Out of 45, two nro em
ployed for six months nnd 12 for tho
entire year, moaning 31 who work
only during tho porlod of tho year
when thoro Is danger from forest
fires. Most of theso extra men nro
nlready on the Job.
To Knidlcnto Hemlock.
Ono of tho Improvements consid
ered by tho forest service Is the
eradication of an extensive growth
of poison hemlock on tho Metollus.
It Is planned to apond approximately
1400 In this work to removo tho
deadly weed which annually costs
tho ranchers of that section from
five to 10 head of cattlo.
Undor tho head of maintenance
comes tho upkeep of 19 houses, 7
lookout stations, 10 barns and 1G
other buildings, with 14 stock water
ing places on tho forest.
Tho appropriation for road and
trail work will bo received later, and
will not Include the McKcnzie jhmw
road construction, ai"tals Is cMesl
fled npurt from ordinary forest road
construction.
WARNS AGAINST
M'KENZIE PASS
llUOi: SNOWDRIFT HTIMi II LOCKS
way, axi) oax iik coxqui:ui:d
O.NIA AITKH AUDUOUS TOIIj,
WItlTllS 1IKXI) 5IA.V.
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
Unless auto tourists nro especially
well equipped with ropes, pulleys,
boards, shovels and ovory other do
vlco needed In conquering tho most
obatlnuto snowdrifts, thoy uro ad
vised against trying tho McKcnzie
puss. Tho warning comes from Dr.
W. a. Manning, who, with Mrs.
Manning, loft by auto Sunday morn
ing for Portlnnd. Thoy crossed tho
pnsH eventually,. but would not euro
for a second oxporlonco ot tho kind.
Ono mllo this sldo of tho summit
thoy encountered u snowdrift moro
than 200 foot long, which thoy suc
ceeded lu getting through attor two
and one-half hours ot tho hurdest
kind of work. In addition to tho
difficulties mot on tho summit, Dr.
Munnlng, In his lottor from Port
lnnd, wroto that tho roads ovor the
lava bods aro In vory bad shnpo.
MASONS TO GATHER
IN BEND JULY
17
IHuo Lodge Members from llurni,
Prinovlllo and Madras to Ho
Entertained Hero Boon.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Masons from four counties will
gothor In Bond on tho ovonlng of
July 17, whon tho Bond lodge, A. F.
& A. M. will ontortulu (ho blue lodgo
m&mborn from Burns, Prinovlllo and
Madras,
An oxo'mpltflcntlon of tho ritual
istic work of tio order Is planned,
aftflr Wlllnll n liminnnt will fin nlvnn
In honor of tho visitors.
WALLACE WILL
HEAD FARMERS
cou
NTY BUREAU HAS
ANNUAL MEETING.
Prospects for Vciir Aro Wood,
Miiito Cold nnd Iit'k of Ilnlii-.JJankr-Fiirmcr
Mixer Crciit
lng Much ItitcrcHt.
Dc-
(From Thursday's Dally.)
At tho annual meeting of tha De
schutes County Farm bureau held
yesterday, Fred N. Wallace, manager
of the Tumalo Irrigation project,
was elected president, John Tuck
treasurer and John Marsh, Ous
Htndlg, J. A. Melvln, F. D. Hough
man, L. A. Hunt and It. V. Flick
inger hoard of directors.
With tho farmers of Deschutes
county in better financial condition
than they have ever been before and
crops looking better than normal
considering the lack of ruin, tho
farmers hopo to enter moro extens
ively into promotional work. In
this connection a strong disposition
was manifest to cooperate with the
bankers of Deschutes county to pro
mota belter farming conditions. In
bringing tho matter beforo tho meet
ing, It A. Ward, of tho First National
Dank of IJend, spoko to tho farmers
present regarding tho splendid re
sults obtained throughout the middle
western states in cooperative farmer
bunker work. Particular reference
was made to the farm management
work carried on by tho state bank
ers' associations with farm bureaus
and tho federal extension workers.
Tho county agents havo been work
ing incessantly, it was pointed out,
In farm demonstration work.
Will Hold MJxcr.
To bring tho bankers and farmers
together it was suggested that i'
big farmer-banker mixer bo held in
tho near future, at which tlcge it l
possible for tho farmes and tho
bankers to determine upon some plan
of systematic advancement along
agricultural ilne'Tltt!tarmorB nnd
bankers of Deschutes county will bo
sollcltcdto make posslblo tho mixer
late in this summer.
Tho plan was heartily endorsed by
farmers present. John Marsh spoke
favorably regarding thu plan, and
urged tho farmers to cooperate with
tho bankers of tho county. Doth
U. llaughman nnd Gus Stadlg
urged that tho plan bo vigorously
prosecuted. Mr. Stadlg brought out
tho difficulties that have been faced
by tho farmers of tho pioneering
days a'nd tho help that they received
from tho bankers la tiding thorn over
hard times.
Kerr to Visit.
Tho bureau appointed the follow
ing mombera to work out details for
a mixer: F. 11. Daughman, John
Marsh, R. U. Fllcklnger, J. A. Mel
vln. Thn committee voted that
county Agent It. E. Koons and
Prealdont Wnllnco bo named on the
committee.
During tho coming week a Held
trip will bo hold for farm demon
stration purposes, which will bo at
toudod by President Kerr nnd the
rogeuts ot the -Oregon Agricultural
collogo. Tho tour will end with a
dinner at tho Pilot Dutto Inn.
O. A. C. PRESIDENT
DUE HERE SATURDAY
Will
Ho Prtweut nt Meeting with
Farm lluiui nt Pilot
Ilutto Inn.
Following u flold trip at tho ex
periment Btutlon at Moro, this week,
President, A. J. Kerr, ot tho Oregon
Agricultural Collogo, and tho board
of regents' will bo in Bond Saturday,
granting thnt no delays uro encoun
tred In tholr work, at which tlmo
they will meet with tho Deschutes
Farm Bureau executlvo commltteo
nnd tho bankors of Deschutes county
for a discussion, on the plans for tho
furmors ot Central Oregon during tho
coming year,
Tho mooting will bo hold nt noon
nt tho Pilot Butto Inn.
In tho ovont tho Orogon Agricul
tural collogo oflclala nro delayed,
nil persons concerned In this mooting
will bViSot'.flea: by County Agont H,
10. Koons,
FIRE IS CHECKED IN
DANGEROUS DISTRICT
Illnro Xortliciisl of Huinmlt Ibuifccr
Htntlon Hprcnils O.vcr 200 Acres
Jtcforo It In Controlled.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
.Fire of 'unknown origin started
yesterday ufternoon northeast of the
Hurnmit ranger station, in tho De
schutes national forest, and was re
ported almost simultaneously by tho
lookouts on Paulina peak and Pine
mountain. To combat the flames.
Hanger Harrlman started out from
Fort Hock with three men, nnd by
ovcnlng had tho flames under con
trol. Last night a wide trench was
plowed around tho 200-acre tract
included In tho fire (o prevent a fur
ther spread In case a high wind
should spring up today. J
Yesterday's fire was close to the
scene of ono of tho most disastrous
conflagrations In tho history of Cen
tral Oregon, and forest officials are
well pleased that tho blazo was so
quickly controlled, as large quan
tities of underbrush and a heavy
growth of Iodgepole pine allows the
flames to climb readily to tho tops
of tho trees.
WILL EXAMINE
BOND SECURITY
HTATi: COMMISSION
TO ARRIVE
IX HEX!) lix TOMORROW MORX-
:
IXG OX TRIP TO SILVER LAKE
IRRIGATION DISTRICT.
(From, Wednesday's Dally.)
That a stato commission, headed
by Stato Engineer Percy A. Cupper,
will arrive in Dend tonight or to
morrow morning on tho way to
SllVer Lake to examine the Silver
. , , ,;.i i . i inviiiHura vmora u, ownere save
Lako irrigation project prcllmlnary, ,,. a f0 ,
to endorsing tho J300.000 bond anlendor and eood snort than tkkt
Issue recently voted by tho Irrlgr- portion cf the Cascades lying trlbu
tlon district, waa tho statement th t "J" t Bend and contained la the
moraine of Ous Schroder, one ot holI)Mchu,es nnd Crater national for-
district directors. Mr. SchrederTwlll
accompany the members of tho com
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mission to Sllvor Lako, and Is .confi
dent that tho project will meet with
their approval.
The Silver Lako irrigation district
comnrises K00O ncrra. nrnctlcnllv
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Lcnlln Blono ,,.,, ,,,' ,. .,.
ily to tho easy watering of tho en
tire area. Tho bonds voted nro for
tho purpose ot dummlng Silver creek,
forming a storage reservoir In
Thompson valley. Options on prac
tically ail of the resorvolr site havo
already been secured.
In tho alluvial soil ot the dry bed
of Silver Lako crops aro making ex
cellent headway, Mr. Schroder ro
ports, and with tho shutting oft ot
Stlvor creek for Irrigation tho lake
will havo no possibility of filling
again. In times ot especially high
water, Duck croek may moisten tho
old lako bed, but hardly -more than
enough to aid farmers who havo
squatted on tho land, Mr. Schroder
says.
MOSQUITOES PLAGUE
ANGLERS FROM CITY
Central Oregon Insects Xot Remark-
able for SUo but Decidedly
Efficient, Kay Victims.
Among the few predatory animals
found In Central Oregon tho mos
quito Is tho worst right now, and,
ample preparations should bo made
to resist his attacks Is tho declara
tion ot anglors who havo returned
to Bend utter brief trips to the
lakes and . mountains, whore they
neglected to protect tholr skins
against puncture.
While no reccml breaker for size,
tho Central Oregqn mosquito Is de
cidedly efficient am! settles on his
victim with no warning hum. At
Elk lako Mayor J, A. Eastos found
tho little insects to bo so "vorsclous
that no preparations ho know ot had
power to drive them away. Judge
Peoples encountered thorn at Big'
lako, and especially near tho snow
lino on TJireo Fingered Jack, and
L, M. Fosa admitted that he, too,
had suffered,
NOTED AUTHOR
TO VISIT BEND
INVITATION OF CLUB IS
ACCEPTED.
Hlmvart Edward White Xow on Way
to Orrfcon Commercial Club
Champion a, II. liakcr, and
Endorse Plan for Hand.
(From Wedneiday' Dally.)
As tho result of an Invitation sent
from tho Commercial club by a com
mittee headed by R. A. Ward, Stew
art Edward White, famous wrltor ot
outdoor stories, will visit In Dond
and Central Oregon this summer, It
waa 'announced thla noon at the
weeky meeting of tho Commercial
club at the Pilot Sutto Inn. Mr.
White and his party have already
left California for Oregon, a letter
lecoived from him states, but tho
exact date of his arrival here has
not been sot.
Mr. Ward modestly declined to
read tho communications which bad
passed between him and the fameua
author of outdoor stories, and tho
letters woro turned over to A, Wato
nant. Mr. Ward's Invitation on bo
half of tho club, addressed to Mr.
Whlto on Juno 23, la as follows:
"I noticed recently in the columas
of tho press that you were eastern
plating spending the summer in the
Oregon country, I am writing,:
behalf ot the Bead Commercial htb
to extend to yoa a eordlal iRvkatieti
to spend your vacation, or at, lMt,
a part of It la the finest country $hat
lies out-of-doors. .
"I hare read; with Interest a bu sa
ber ot your books( particularly ,rTho
Rulea ot the Gasae," and while sfnr
ing the United States goveraiBwt I
personally visited, .and worked la. Js
ot our national forests, starting-la
at Deadwood, 'Sb., and workla.
far west a the- Angeles (Meet ef
southern California. Xowhere kve
'- -. ii
cats ana craier xK0 national paric
It will not be necessary for nae
to expatiate upon the wonderful
scenory ot this famous lake and plae
region. Sufflco to say that wo have
a number of lakes bottomless as far
as geologists aro ablo to ascertain
which are teeming with trout rang
ing In size from tho modest'. vatx
pound eastern brook to tho 40-jKWBd
Btcelheads and rainbows.
"The officials of our forest service
aro a princely lot and tho mombors
of the Bend Commercial club are
naturo's noblemen, Any or all ot
theso gentlemen will bo glad to as
sist you In anyway posslblo In -planning
and outfitting for a trip In this
country, nctlng as guides or helping
In any way that thoy can.
"Our mutual frlond, Mr. Erwin
(Continued oa Page .)
NEW FIRE ENGINE
NOW ON'WAY HERE
Equipment Klilprd Juno 28 to "Acting-
Mayor Clyde M. McKay,"
Letter from A. G. LoHjrStatea.
(From WBdnefday's Dally.)
Bond's npw, fire engine will prob
ably arrive hjre within tho next two
wooks, according (o a letter received
this morning by Fire Chief Tom Car
Ion from A. G. Long, from whom tho
equlpnieawa purchased, Tho let
ter state tha the eaglnVwas shipped
from Elmlra.'New, Tfor"kt'o June 28,
to Clyde McKay, "acting mayor of
Bend,"
Mr. Long roquets that ho be noti
fied as soon athe engine arrives, so
that an engineer can, be sent to jwp
erlnteud tha unloading efthe 'equip
ment, and to i;lye Instructions as to
the proper handling of tho machine.
RALPH IRyiJY WISPS
MISS STELLA RUSS1LL
(From Wednesday's Diyi) ,
MIm Stetl. tRuM4l awl MMh
Harvey, b4h ( this eityv wer-TfjjKk.
ly married lalHftfUt at tk iafo-
dlst parsonage. Hoy, VarklHoftc-
lauiifcv 'Mr, ud Mr. rTy will
make their home In Bend.