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The Bend Bulletin
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TI1H HKNM ltUMiKTIN'
FIIKU A. WOELFL.KN, Alitor
HOUHRT V. SAWYKR, Manager
AnMndcncndent newspaper standing
for the square deal, clean buslncsst
clean' politics nnd the boat Interests'
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THURSDAY, AUb.UST21, iJTl9.
SAV12 THE TREKS.
Apparently Mr:. Mnther and Mr.
Grant, who urged so strongly whllo
hero Inst Thursday that n strip of
trees' nlong tho highway bo saved,
went. on to preach tho gospel wher
ever they could. A nows dispatch
to n Portland" paper from Hood
Itlver quotes Sir. Grnnt ns saying
there! '"Theso forests nro to us
castcners the' most beautiful things
along your roads. You permit tho
nra nlong tho routes to remain In
prlvato hands and thtm build tho
roads through the timber. The first
thlnCyou know wood cutters havo
demolished ono of the biggest as
sets you havo."
Later in Portland, according to
tho samo paper, they urged "pro
tection of forests bordering tho Co
lumbia highway, ' nlong tho main
highway through Centrnl Oregon
near Bend and in the. Crater lako
As n result of their work reso
lutions havo been adopted by tho
Portland Chamber of Commcrco
looking to tho preservation of tim
bered strips, and a commlttco is to
give its nttentlon to tho task. Wo
reprint tho resolutions herewith
with tho suggestion that tho Com
mercial club give its aid in this
section. Tbo resolutions are ns
".Resolved, that a commltteo bo
appointed by tbo two chambers to
cooperate with tho federal nnd stnto
road building agencies to further
the protection of tho scenic beau
ties of Oregon's highways, to act ns
n, forco in urging appropriate legis
lation to Jhls end, and to promote a
state-wide organization for this pur
pose; and bo it further
"Resolved, .that tho committees
named, or another chosen especially
for this purposo, shall consult with
the state highway commission, tho
county authorities, tho United States
forestry service, the bureau of pub
lic roads, and large timber owners,
relative to the preservation of tim
bered strips along scenic highways,
cither by reservation, donation or
purchase, and to develop bo mo plan
whereby tho meanB for this, may bo
secured; and be It further
"Resolved, that tho committee or
committees named by tho two cham
bers shall cooperate with tho forest
service In securing federal legisla
tion, that along scenic highways any
privately owned land In or near the
national forests may bo exchanged
for national forest lands and the
preservation of the timber assured."
AT EARLY DATE
CONTRACT TO BE LET
In few days.
CUPPER IS PLEASED
Stnto Engineer Considers Conditions
Above llonhntu Pulls Kncourng-
injc Type r Drills to lie
Used Yet Undecided.
LOCAL FOOD PRICE3.
In the news item reprinted from
a Portland paper elsewhere In Tho
Bulletin today, reporting tho mect
ing of the conciliation board on tho
local saw mlll'wafeo dispute, appears
for the first time, tho suggestion
that the merchants of Bend nre set
ting their prices to meet higher
wages so that tho mill worker 'gets
no advantage from an Increase in
Tho word profiteer has .not yet
been clearly defined but If It can
be shown that tho Bend merchants
are doing this wo think they nro
profiteers. Howovor, wo doubt if any
such a thing can bo shown. An ex
amination will probably dlscloso just
the samo sort of circle of costs and
prices and wages that wo have dis
To clear the air, espoctully if the
charges mado In Portland havo auy
degree of currency In Bond, an ex
amination should bo made. We
urged a few weeks ngo that the facts
as to lumber prices should bo
brought put. In these days of sus
picion and accusation facts as to
food prices should also be made
known, In ordor that tho Improper
conditions, If bey" exist, may bo cor
rected and .If, they do not exist
tha( tho public may know.
When' .congress considers tho re
quest for a J3.000.000 appropria
tion, to' fight tho, high cost of living
it' oug'ht to agree to savo this
amount by, economics in other di
rections. . I ; : '
Henry Ford sof q JItnoy plus war
tax as damages from the Tribune,
HIGHT JIATGMTY SILAGE BEST.
Experienced sllago men do not
rush their crops Into tho silo whllo
yet Immature, but hundreds of live
stock men will put up sllago for tho
first time this .yoar and frequently
makfl- that, in'ltjpko 'flays B. L. West-
over, federal and O. A. C. field spec
of sd has wen formed and is
raswk (nt q tjjia ipiih. stage,
a ana vetch, ana
ha SxTian in ernln
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After n trip of Inspection to tho
Bcnham Falls ro8qrvolr site, mado
In company with Professor W. O.
Crosby, head of tho party of rccln
matlon servico geologists, his sou,
I. B. Crosby, and Fred N. Wnllnco
of Tumalo, Stato Unglneor Percy A.
Cuppor announced Tuesday that
within tho next three or four days
tho contract will bo let tor drilling,
tho final work necessary before n
doflnlto report can bo turned In to
tho reclamation service
Although ho has previously been
over parts of tho reservoir site, Mr.
Cupper stated that ho had never
gained so complete nn Idea of tho
conditions above Bonhnm Falls ns
In his Tuesday trip. "It looks very
encouraging,'. ho said. "At present
thoro Is no Indication that a reser
voir would not bo successful, but it
Is in order to obtain nn absolute
confirmation or contradiction of this
preliminary opinion that drilling Is
to be done."
PuniN Aro Sufficient.
At present It Is planned to sink
six holes, nnd the locations for
three of theso were selected Tues
day, while tho others havu al
ready been approximately fixed by
Professor Crosby. It mny bo found
advisable to Increase tho number,'
Mr. Cupper said, but there Is noth
ing doflnlto on this us yet.
Tho state and the reclamation
service will contlnuo to cooperate
In tho final Investigations, as has
been done up to the present time,
said Mr. Cupper, and he declared
further that sufficient funds will bo
available so that the extent of tho
drilling will not be hampered. Ono
phase of tho. matter Is yet to ho do
clded, for there is still some differ
ence of opinion as to tho advisabil
ity of using u diamond or a churn
drill. Ab soon us n decision on this
point has been reached, the con
tract will be let.
Brining Will Take Month.
The drilling, it is expected, will
take approximately four weeks, and
It Is probable that Profossor Crosby
and his son will not stay for the
entire time, leaving tho direction of
tho work In charge of II. M.
Schilling, of the U. S. reclamation
service, now stationed nt llormlston.
Whether the (geologists will return
to Bend In time for tho completion
of tho work or whether they will
complete Onlr report with data on
tho drilling to be forwarded to them
by Mr. Schilling Is not yet certain.
Mr. Cupper left this morning for
Portland nnd Salem.
Fifteen Years Ago
tvrom the column of The Html llutlrtln f
Auauit 10. 100 I.I
S. C. Cnldwoll, of Albany, and II.
R. Mntchwelli, of Nowborg, reached
Bond Wednesday night, nnd havu be
gun preparations for n general
plumbing, tinning and hnrdwnro
business. They Imvo tho corner lot
on Wall street uonr tho Snthor storu
nhd will orect n largo two story
The office building of tho Central
Oregon Banking & Trust Co. Is ho
far nlong that Guorlu & Stelnerounn
moved In yesterday, nnd th; tolo
phouo office Is also located thore
Tho 30 miles of tolophona lino
between Bend nnd Prlnevlllo wan
comploted Wednesday morning Tho
public was Invited to make froo uso
of tho lino Wednesday nftoruuon,
after which tlmo tho GO cent loll
Congressman Williamson was in
Bend Wednesday looking over the
country nnd calling on friends here
abouts. He was accompanied by
Sheriff Smith. They returned to
R. B. Mutxlg whl begin contsruc
tlon of his store building nt tho
corner of Oregon and Wall struots
It Is reported that tho Lytlo
Townslto Interests nro on tho point
of bolus transferred to parties from
Tho saloon In . Lytlo closed Its
doors last Saturday Just after a row
betweon n ditch workman named
Splnks and Ballard Gilo had taken
placo there, In which tho stovepipe
was knocked down, nnd In falling
disfigured Splnks' face.
It. J. Overturf was talking to tho
mniiruunlug tho planer nt tho Pilot
Butto mill Monday when his trousers
leg caught on a shaft, and In an In
stant tho pants leg was torn off. Ov
erturf did not receive n scratch.
Stcldl & Reed nro building n log
ging road nbout a mile and' a linlf
over tho hill west of their mill.
Hugh O'Kiftie, who was granted a
saloon license by tho county court,
nnd has erected a 'building at the
corner of Oregon and Bond streets
for it, will open Thu Offlco saloon
STOCK AVAlliAHMJ KOH UHNIi
ALREADY HAM GONE, AND
llEMAIXDER WILL HE LARGE.
IjY KOI.l) BY TONIGHT.
With 30 orders placed up to noon
Wednesday nt tho Bond punt office
for U. S. army foodstuff, half of
tho supply nvatlahlo had boon ex
hausted, Acting Postmaster W, II.
Hudson stated, nnd added that ho
expected thoro would bu little loft
hy ovcnlng, ns orders aro coming In
with Increasing frequency, Ono
requisition will bo sent In to San
Francisco tonight nnd another will
lenvo ns soon nn tho remainder of
tho food offered to peoplu of Bond
nnd thu vicinity has bocn spoken
Total supplies ordered up to this
afternoon will reach more than
4000 pounds, and havo n value of
SG93.34, Mr. Hudson roportod
Strlng beans aro now exhausted,
nnd tnmntocH nro gone with tho
exception of n few gallon cans.
Bacon sales nro light becuUHo .of
tho lurgo quantity which must bo
taken for ono order, but this will
bo overcome by clubbing, Mr. Hud
Put It in Tho Bulletin.
HIGH COST OF
(Cqntlnuud from Pago 1.)
Hold the date Sept. 1.
Big Banker-Farmer Mixer
on Tumalo Island. Adv.
nttcndod tho sale nenr Redmond
Mrs. Reed went to-Tumaln Satur
day evening to do somo trading.
C. M. Phelps, who works nt tho
Tumalo garage, spent Monday even
ing nt his homo hero.
Miss Nellie Howell, aftor spend
ing hovornl months with her sister,
Mrs. Luther Clarkson, at Pullman,
Washington, arrived horo Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hartley and
her mother-in-law called at the Mc
Gulre homo Mondny evening.
G. M. Couch nnd daughter. Mrs.
A. J. Harter, loft Tuesday for nenr
Ontario, where they wilt visit with
Big Banker-Farmer Mix
er pn Tumalo Island Sep
tember 1. Adv.
1 What's Doing in 1
NEWS ITEMS FROM
PINEHURST. Aug. 21. I. E.
Wimer and son Raymond woro In
'Miss Ruth Bayley spent, Wednes
day with Miss Bortbu Hatfaelburg.
' Mrs. C; W. Howell, Mrs. CI A.
Howell, Mrs. C, II. Spaugh and Miss
Violet Spaugh wero Bend visitors
Georgo Mlckels and brothor Davo
wero in Bend Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. CDs Potorson and
C. "Peterson spent Monday and
Tuesday on the Metollus fishing.
Mrs, Mary Garner, who has been
keeping house for It. H. Bayloy and
family, is visiting hor daughter,
Mrs, C. M. Phelps.
J. L. Couch and son Molvln wero
In Bend Tuesday on business.
Mrs. E. Tweedt called on Mrs.
J. L. Couch last Saturday.
C. II. Spuugh wus a caller at the
Devers ranch Monday morning.
Several from this neighborhood
Bpont Sunday ovenlng at tho homo
of C, V. Howell's brothor at Plaln
vlow. They woro Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. HoweJI. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry
McGuIro,' Leroy Howell and Miss
v Sov6r.il tv6
bin (his neighborhood
Farmers, remember, big
Banker - Farmer Mixer on
Tumalo Island, Sept. 1.
HOT WEATHER AIDS
HAY AT TERREBONNE
TERREBONNE. Aug. 21 -Tho
hot weathor the last few. days Is
bringing on tho second crop of al
falfa rapidly. Tho farmors urn ex
pecting on unusually good yield.
The Ladles' Pioneer club ontor
talncd their husbands and children
in a most dollghtful manner -last
Friday evening. Tables woro spread
for about 100 guests and Ico cream
und cake wero nerved In generous
portions, followed by a program of
witty toasts, music und Hurprlsu
stunts by tho ladles. Two numbers
deserving special mention woro
"Reminiscences of tho Club His
tory" by Mrs. Gates und the pre
sentation of tho family album by
Mr. Allordyco's brother and hlu
wife, front Idaho, uro visiting hero
Mrs. Johnson's brother, from In
dependence, is visiting thu Johnson
family und contemplates making his
home in this section,
F. T. Cavondau und family from
Estacada havo rented thu Swanson
place for u short tlmo whllo they
look around for n desirable ocatlon.
M. M. Miller and family hnva re
turned from a trip to Valo und
points In southorn Idaho. Thoy
expect to locato In Idaho soon. Thoy
made tho trip hy auto and, enjoyed
It. V, Whltols of Hcppnor Is visit
ing his futhor, Georgo Whltols. Ho
came over by uuto and wont on to
Klamath Falls to attend thu Elks'
Hold the date Sept. 1.
Big Banker-Farmer Mixer
on Tumalo Island. Adv.
Put if-InTlio Balh'tlri.
sent nil tho merchants of Bend, hut
said that there seumed to be no ob
jection to opening nn hour earlier
If thu eight-hour day remained In
effect. Ho suggested tho organiza
tion of n merchants' association in
order that negotiations might be
more effectively cnrrled on.
Liiullnc Stage .Ukctl.
T. II. Foley, president of tho
club, rend a letter from tho Aero
club of Portland asking that n land.
Iris field be provided in Bend. A
representative of tho llyera' organ
ization will bo presont next Wednes
day to discuss tho matter more
fully, ho said.
E. L. Payne brought up tho mat
ter of declaring n Jubilee week
early In thu fall when a carnival
company will show here, and Frank
R.M'rlrlce stuted that ho had been
authorized by tho local post of the
American Legion to sign u contract
for the, appearance of tho carnival
In Bend. I). G. McPherson spoko at
length on tho patriotic motives and
Ideals of tho American Legion, und
w Avry . riri
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