The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, November 27, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Image 3

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japaneseTotato king buys
big tract in crook county
PIUNMVIU.H, Nov. 20 - For it
cftnuldernllou undiiinlood to bn not
1cm IIiiiii $50,000, Ddoikd Hliliua,
Itnown an (ho .Inpaniwo potato king,
has completed tlm purchumi of 13,
COO ncros of land lying between
I'rlnevllln unit Powell Untie. Of
thin, 2,000 acres wllf bn put Into po-
4 tntnen tu 1020, anil ultimately II.
004 acres will bn UNotl for imIhIur
puUtoes.
Thn piirrltunn wan mode from Inn
'Oivrou & Western (.'olonlxatlon row
puny, which acquired tit In from an
old wagou-rond land grant company.
Awnc-luted with Hli I ma In I In pur
I'lin.in am (Iny IS. DdIihoii, prosldeut
of t ho Itedmnud flunk or CoiuniDici),
iinil noun) ntheiH of Itmlmond, to
gnther with tint foreman for Khlina,
who liavn a half IntKriwt with thn
t'alifinnla .lupnuetie polato king.
Por fiiinn yiuirs Hhlma Iiiim lii'iin nun'
lietlng thn potalonn of Dimrhilt'Hi vat
Icy pniilurciH.
; Thiwo ImikU am practically all In
miikii and JutilpiT nnil roiitiai't for
tlm I'hini hit; of IIioho tracts which
Mill tin lnlKiilili thin roiiiliiK season
will tin In! at oni'c
Thn remaining acreage which Hum
iinilnr Urn Powell lluttit Irrigation
proJi!i;t will bn cleared and put Into
potatoes an hooii iih lrrli;atlun In
avallablo,
Tim landK all tin within night miles
of I'rlnuvlllo, which will bo thn Hhip
pliiK point of thn tuber cropM. owing
to thn linn down-haul grade.
A personal Inspection of tlm landa
was madn by flhlmu and his agent,
Hurt, who wnra highly pleased with
thn country and condition which
tlmy cnnnlder ldial for potato pro
duction. Thn buyers stated that
tlmy worn attracted to thin locality
by thn quality of thn potatoes crown
ho in, and Hold In thn Han Francisco
market, and that thn Netted Gem
Variety would he mowii to a lnri: ox
tnut owIiik to tint dnmauil for tliln
variety for moil purposes.
The venture Im the largest yet ron
templated for the ptoductlou of po
tutoeH In (Nintritl Oregon, ami iiIho
marks thn llrMt purchaHn of laud by
JapaueMii In Crook county. How
ever. 25 per cent of the Mock In the
new corporation In owned by Central
Oregon grower.
WEED CAUSES
CAHLE LOSS
Just how doadly Im llu polion
liinlock which mown along water
limes In the Kli,'m .MoIoIihh
enuntry. wan shown n few nlKliU iiko
when thren head of cattle belonging
to Martin Ilaimuu. nibbled n few
loots which had lnen left uuciiti
Mimed by a Urn In wlilrli u largo
niliuber of tiie polnouoiiM pliiutN had
lnwn burned. Tho animals were
found dead Mhorlly after by their
owner. accordliiK to Frank Zum
wult. who wiim In from the Alllnghmii
ranger Mat Ion Thursday A pout
tnnrtem revealed the fact that one
nf the cattle, a bull vuliifd at $350,
had fated less than n quarter of a
pint nf the root.
Stock have u particular fondness
ALWAYS A
CASH
MARKET
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At
Palace Market
13c ml, Oregon
for
Eggs,
Butter,
Poultry
Beef,
Veal,
Pork
Sell your products
(at home
Chas. Boyd
for the water hemlock, and forest
service employim who are conducting
a cooperative campaign for the er
adication of the weed, report thai
In moKt of thn area where the rootH
urn helm; due, the lops have been
, eaten to the ground by rattle. In
nil IS head of Htoclc have died from
eating rootd or tops In the Hlstors
MeiollUM range alone, thin year.
MAY HAVE NEW
SCHOOL UNIT
I'ntll a report on thn total assessed
valuation In nchool district No.
I, Im available no nctlon will bo taken
by the board of directors rolullvo
to thn addition nf another unit at
the llend high nchool. Tho matter
wim brought up at thn hint meeting
of flin director, by City Hupcrintend
eul Moore, but tho question wax Hot
aside until the exact bonding basis
of thn dlntilcl can bu aHcertaluvd.
Tentative plans for thn nddltlon are
ulreudy being prepared by architect
Lee A TbomiiH, hownrer,
CONTRACTOR WILL
BEGIN WORK SOON
Kustinrvr mill .Miiniigrr for Oiknr
lluber VMt llrnil Itoait Im-
pntiniieut t'uiler Way.
To look over two of the Mate road
contractu lecently bid In by Oskur
lluber. I J. CurrlKun, general mali
nger for tho rnntrantor, ami II. K.
Wieknnr. Mr. Muher'H coiiHtructlou
eiiKlneur, arrived In llend WimIiikh
day, and left InimedlulHy to go over
the (I ml few mile of the south road,
and that part of The DulleN-Califor-ula
highway lylui; between llend nnil
Hedinouil.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRL
IS HITTEN BY DOG
Coniilo Kulclierhocker, a student
In the llend high school, wan t.ovore
ly bitten about the leg Wednesday
evening by a small black dog which
Ih reported to have nipped xevornl
other rtiHldeutH of Mend. The dog
In under clnso ohHorvntlou to awcer
lain whether or not there Ih any dan
ger from rahloH,
Tut It In "THK IU7M.KTINV1
BUC
ARMY
The Shoe that
gives you "ex.
tra Service
every atep
Comfort every
minute."
KHECHT
ic.u.a. mat. err .
SHOE
I mWt H m
M
rSBHPV IPIV
SolJ in Black
Gunmetal or
Mahogany
Calf or In.
dian Tan Calf.
For practical, everyday wear for lasting comfort for the lort of tervlce yeu
have a Hpht to expect look to the Buckiieciit Army Shoe, It will give you
new tcnie of ihoe-comfort a new understanding of ihoe-cconomy.
Made on the famous Munion Last from top-grade materials by top-notch
workmen. Worn by thousands of men in all walks oflife. Get a pair today 1
At ptlnclptl dcilcri n the Pacific Cant. If
your tlriler It not lujpllcJ, ordfr direct from
M.nuf.clurer. BUCKINGHAM & HECHT San FrancUca
RE-RATING OF
CITY DUE SOON
MAYOR STATES
EXPERT IS SENT FOR
TO MAKE SURVEY
EXPECT BIG CHANGE
ItoildrntN of ltend File Protest to
Uno of I.uvtnn For ('ntlln Itango
lilbniry May bo .Moved la
Itoom In Athletic Club.
With practically all the new flro
liydrantH authorized already Install
ed In tlm city, an attempt la being
made to necuru a new limiinince rat
ing for property In llend at the oar
I lent poHHlbln dale, Mayor J. A. Ka
toH Infoimed thn city council Fri
day night. The mayor mated that lie
written to the Orogon rating hu
man nuking that one uf IIh rnpremin
tatlvuH bn Mint to llend to make a
Hiirvey of local condition; that Im
Iiuh been iiHxured In reply that an ex
pert will 1in iiHHlgued for audi work
In llend iih hooii an available. In view
trf the organization of thn volunteer
lire department, the purchaKo of up-to-date
flro equipment, and tho addi
tion of liydrantH ho iih to allow hose
counectloiiH In practically the entire
city, a downward revlHluu of nomo
nlzu Ih expected.
Library I'lan. ChatiKe.
IteproHentlng thn llend Library
club, MrH. It. H. Dart and It. W. Saw
yer appeared beforo the council to
atik whether or not tho 3,U00 voted
IiihI Hummer for library iihch, would
be available, and at what date thlH
might bi expected. Mr. Sawyer ex
plained that no money from tho Car
negie corporation could bo expected
for building purponqa for the pre
sent, and that because of this, tho
club Ih considering moving from Itx
present quartern to tho ffont room
In thn llend Amateur Athletic club
gyninadliim. No definite niiHwcr waa
given by tho council.
City Knglnccr It. II. (JouldV report
on tho contemplated Htreet Improve
ment on Third Htreet from Irving
to tho I'llol Dutto canal, giving an
enllmated cont of $2,990, wan ac
cepted, and a resolution of Intention
wan ordered publlHhod. Tho petit
ion of rcildcntH on Went Third Htreot
between Newport dnd Portland
avenue for grading, cindering, and
conntructlon of coment walk, wan
referred to tho streets committee
Another mutter placed In tho hnnafc
of thn HtrcctH commltteo toh tho
claim of O. A. JolitiHon for tn7.CC
You'll Enjoy
Buying Groceries
At Our Store
Everybody does. Hu
cniise it's coiulueted just
the wny you think it gro
cery store should be.
It is conducted to serve
you.
To supply you with
groceries in n wny thnt
will stive your time, pre
vent annoyance and furn
ish you with good things
to eat at fair price's.
Prompt service, courte
ous personal attention,
accurate accounts, are ev
eryday features at our
stove.
And in addition you
have the benefit of our
complete knowledge of
the grocery business.
We know what's good
and we make it our busi
ness to tell you.
CROOK COUNTY
HIGMAMPION
THIRD GAME PROVES
DECISIVE.
Clothe (Vtitral OirgTjn Champion-
hl by Defeating llend If) to 0
Itend Tram ()utclaM'il tj
I'rlnrtlllr.
Thn powerful and Htnoothly run
ning foot ball team or thn Crook
county high nchool cinched I to claim
to tho champlonHhlp of Contra! Ore
gon by defeating the Mend high
hcIiooI team at Itedmond Friday.
Hach team bad won one .'time from
the other.
Kxcvpt for occuhIoiuiI and hphb
modlc IIhhIich In the flrnl three cjiinr
tent nnil a morn HiiHtnlned period of
Hpecd In the lant the Mend tram wan
completely outplayed (luting the
whole game by the heavier, Hpecdler
and better organized I'rlnovlllo
eleven. In one of those llanliuH In
tllu xocond cjuartor Hond Btlffcned
like n Htone wall and held Iwr oppon
entH In their trnckH within n foot
of the goal for three Hiiccewilvo
riiHhcH, thereby getting the ball. It
wuh only a IIiihIi, however, for Jlron-
terhouH punted at once, the ball went J
to I'rlnevllle and In lour rualien
morn It wn over the line ror the
Hecond Hcore.
The Ingle llend score uh a result
or thn sudden galvanizing of the
team In tho fourth period. There
has been soino see-flawing up nnd
down thn Meld when suddenly llend
cut loose and with two forward
passes nnd n little rushing bent back
tho I'rlnevllle defense for n touch
down. Opportunity to try for goal
wuh lost when the bull was placed on
the ground a!er the scoro.
Old Fusliloncil J'lny Wins.
Tho Prlnevillo scores one In each
of tho first three quarters, canio oh
tho result or hard, steady, old-tlmo
root ball plugging, or no especial
brilllnnco but with tho whole team
working together in tho way that
produces results. Only twice were
thu backs on cither team ablo to
break through ror an advance or any
dlstnnco but tho Prlnevillo machine
tore otr tho necessary yardage time
alter time. llend, on tho contrary,
seemed to go up against a stone wall
on Its rushing, bolng forced to kick
regularly as soon as It had had Its
four tries for a first down. Coyncr,
at tackle, made ono of tho few good
advances ror llend during tho game,
tho other bolng by Ilrosterhous. Tho
latter, on defense, faced several dim
cult situations but was ablo to bring
down his man every time.
Tho two teams wero supported by
enthusiastic crowds and between tho
halves tho students of tho two
schools did tho customary serpentina
on tho field, ending with cheering.
Tho Itedmond people, hosts or the
two teams for the day, furnished of
riclent policing on tho grounds.
"Get this straight"
says the Good Judge
The tobacco that gives
you the most lasting
chew is the kind that
saves you money. You
don't have to take so
many fresh chews. The
rich tobacco taste stays
right with it. That's
why you take a smaller
chew
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
0ut up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
.,w.m.j.-.Mm
DIRECTORS OF
CLUB TO ACT
WIM CO.VSTITUTi: COMMITTKK
TO INVKKTIOATK CMAKGKS
MAIIK WKONKSDAV AGAINST
IIKSCIIUTKS COUNT V COUItT.
for damages to his auto when ho
drovo Into tho basement bolng dug
by Jack Tniyoy. Just off Newport
avenue. No action was taken on tho
protust filed by W. C. Illrdsall
against tho mnlntounnco of mi acety
lene welding plant by Harry Itley
in tho block south or tho Pilot Uutto
.Inn.
CARRIER SYSTEM
EXPECTED SOON
Thnt orders will probably bo re
ceived within the next row days au
thorizing a carrier mail delivery In
I llend. Ih tho boiler or Acting Post
! master W.H. Hudson. Ho has ro
I ceutly received a query rrom Wash
, Ington, O. c. asking ir tho proposed
I system or distribution would bo sat
isfactory to tho people or llend, and
replied in tho ufllrmntlve. The ract
that thin question was asked, ho
takes us Indicating that tho carrier I fj)
plan has been virtually approved, fefc
mm mil uu Minrion nera soon.
An tho result or charges made
nglnst tho county court at Wednes
day's meeting of the llend Commer
cial club, T. II. Foley, president or
the club announced Friday that tho
club directors, headed by D G,
.Mcpherson, will constitute tho com
mittee which will Investigate tho ac
cusations mado. In addition to Mr.
McPherson, tho members of Mio com
n.itteo nro; J. P. Keyes. It. V, Saw
yer, C. S. Hudson, E. P. MahafTcy,
and H. A. Milter.
The committee authorized to draft
resolutions or thanks to The Sbovlln
Hlxon Company lor tho gift or the
timbered area In Turrialo -canyon,
nnd In the country adjoining tho.
John Ryan ranch as a publie park,
will bo composed of tho Parks com
mltteo, D. G. McPherson, Ic. V. Saw
yer, and R. S. Hamilton, with two
additional members, A. vVhlsnant
and N. G. Jacobson. R. A. Word,
V. Dement, E. L. Payne, S. E. Ro
berts, and II J. Ovorturf are appoint
ed to draft resolutions favoring the
bond issuo which will be voted on
November 2C lor tho purchaso of tho
C. O, I, company holdings by tho
settlers or tho C. O. I. district.
MILLINERY SALE
IS TO BE HELD
Mrs. S. Mcintosh is announcing
today a sale or ladles mid-winter mil
linery to bo held In her building on
Wall street beginning Friday Nor
ombor 28. Mrs. Mcintosh has add
ed considerable space for this pur
pose by the remodeling or the entiro
second floor or tho building which
hor store occupies.
Put It In Tho Dalletln.
-ST
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I Our Grocery
5 Prices Are Right
i At All Times-
Try Us and be
Convinced
r - i
vonvmcea
tilt-.
the a to z i
grocery!
rrzx
&.
llSfe Yon Can Have
5 the Year 'Round j
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AGAIN we approach the Holiday Season. It will soon be
, time for us to say to one another, "Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year.1 What a splendid time for you to
decide to put into your home those things which bring help, com
fort, contentment and lasting cheer for every member of the family.
"ELCO-LIGHT provides blight, clean, safe electric light for
y the house and barn; also electric power to run the washer.
cream separator and other light machinery. It brings city
conveniences and modern benefits to the country home makes the
farm a better place to live and to wort and soon pays for itself in
Tims and Labor saved
ROY P. CAYTON
Wall Street, Next Door to Carlson & Lyons
Over 60,000 satisfied users endorse Delco-Light
aeiaG
Smith's
Grocery
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
VALUE ABOUT
$500,000
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
NONE
OTHER BUILDINGS
VALUE ABOUT
$2,000,000
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
$100,000
cT,11 BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.