The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 14, 1908, Image 5

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LOCAL BITS.
Don't forget the Old Time Con
cert l'cb. sH,
Cocontiut.t nml apples ut llic Uciiil
news Monti,
l'rnnk Uoguc pawed through
lleud Monday on hfo way to I'rluc
vlllc. Mr. nnd tM. l'rnnk McKay
were I'rlncvillc visitors the first of
the wc;k.
Mr. Richard Klin; of tile Big
McudowH hits been vlsltlni; friend"
in town for the nnst week or ten
days.
Advertised letters ill the Demi
poMoffice nrc: Mr. Wells, i; J. W.
Wight, i; S. lf. OrnlK, I ; Otto
Moss,, i.
Comity Tfcustircr King nnd
daughter were Ilend visitors the
latter part of Inst week, returning
home Sunday morning.
Cliai. D. Jorrctt nnd M. W. I'llc
with their wives moved the first ol
the week onto tracts of land near
Rcdmoud whlilli they have pur
chased. '
John II. I.eivli, state, engineer, Is
expected to reach Ilend Saturday
evening on his regular inspection
tour of the irrigation projects in
this ftcctlon.
T. A. Jensen left this morning
for Ills home near Tunlalo after
having been in Demi several weeks
being mused through u run Of ty
phoid fever.
Remember the dunce to be glvyti
by the orchestra ill the I.nru hall
tonight. I.tinch will be wrved In
the hall, 50 cents a couple. Dance
tickets, f 1.00.
Sabbath school nt the church
next Sunday an usual at 10 n. in.
Subject for morning service:
"Come." Tople for 7:30: "Feed
ing the Five Thousand."
Arthur V. Clcvc nnd family of
Wnlemllc, Wash., Mopped hU
week for o short visit with K. A
Cast while 011 their way .to Sum
mer I.nke, where Mr. Clcvc owns
land.
Clark Rude of Norwalk, Ohio.
Arrived in Ilend Tutdny cvuniug
nnd will be here severe! Vtcks as
sisting In teUphone matters. Ii
will I remembered that Mr Hude
was in llcud several months last
winter nnd sprint;.
in fr
rr,r. t.WTi f-Titm
Robes and
Blankets
-AT- '
Reduced Prices
. A. L. HUNTER
In MuUig HulMing o" Oregon Strict.
IlltND, oiujfiyN - -
Wood I:oir Sale.
' I will deliver wood in town at
the following prices:
DRY BLOCK. WOOD
'I ifi inches long
$4.00 a cord.
DRY UM1J WOOD
' 16 inches long
$3.5o"a cord. !
" ' 1'nt In your yard tm hort notice.
I'bone to me when ) wm,t v,00i' "
svoVt cost )ou anything U phone u
F. M. CARTER.'
URNRY L. WlllTSETr
Horse Shoeing and
General Blacksnlitliing:
WAUON AND
ILOW WORK
v,lrst CdM Work (liitorantccd.
' ovattd iu the old Sheldon Uo,
A fine list of all the mostpoptil.tr
magazines nt the Ilend news Htiuid
Wm. Orcutt is seriously ill from
dropsical trouble. He is 80 jearh
of age, which makes his rccoveiy
very doubtful. '
The I). I ft. i, luiids that wiie
recently approved for patent by tin
federal government have been pt
ciited to the State of Oregon nnd
nre no.v on record nt I'rlncvillc As
outlined in an article in another
column, settlers enn now secure 11
clear title to their lands if the) m
desirp.
The b.illcs land office has jnt
rendered n decision In the context
case of C. V. Decker vs. Herman
Sptccr In favor of Mr. Spclecr. In
the hearing before Commissioner
Kills, Attorney Myers of I.iiiillim
appeared for Mr Decker and At
loruey llciisou of Ilend for Mr
Sclccr.
Arrangements arc progressing
nicely for the entertainment to U
Kivcu next Wednesday evening b
the Knights of Pythias lodge. A
pleasing program of vocal nnd in
Atrumciital music, readings, etc !
being prepared, the orchestra will
favor those present with several
selections, lunch Will be serve I
iu the hall, and later those who
desire to dance can do so. Ilcsidt
the Knights and their families, u
number of invited friuds will be
present.
The suit of W. S Nlchol vs. W
J. Overton was heard lcforc Justice
V. J. O'Connor Monday evening
Nicliol had sued Overton for ft): 55
and had gnrulshced money due him
from Drown, NUwougcr and Hun
ncll amounting to S56 12. The
court rendered judgment for the
full amount of the suit but allowed
the plaintiff only 50 per cent of the
amount garuishced, costs of the
suit being nhc.scd nguiust the
plaintiff. Attorney Demon appeared
for the plaintiff and Attorney
Urccumati for the defendant.
Trnuk Michael Mcycudorff.
special agent of thn General I.aud
Office who was iu Demi last sum
mer with the party of federal offi
cials who came to investigate the
work of the I). I. & l. Co. prior to
issuing patents to reclaimed ditch
laud, died recently in a Portland
hospital after n year's suffering
from Dright's disease. Mcycudorff
was edited from Poland for politi
cal reasons when a mere lad and
sciit n bitter period iu Siberia.
Later, through the intervention of
a brother iu America, President
Lincoln, and Secretary Seward pre
vailed upon the Russian govern
ment to release the young exile nnd
he came to this country.
Art Old Time Concert. .
Following is the program for the
Old Time Concert to be given in
the church on the evening of Feb.
28:
Muite Instrumental. , "
Muio-Max Welton llraci Are ItOntile.
KeclUllon A I.H Year Wooing,
Music Watt 'for tho Wagon.
Kccltntloii 01.1 Cluck 011 the Stair,
Violin Solo Mii Iv Vct.
Recitation Mark Twain ntNUgara.'
MuilcKu mice Ktvcr.
Recitation The l,t Leaf,
Song The Ivy Ortcu. ,
Recitation Thv Senator Hutaiigtcil.
Miuie Dixie Kmiil. ,
. -. - 1 1 1
Tor Sato.
UchiR cotnpclled by ill health to
give up our .work here and go to
California, we offer for sale the fol
lowing: High grodc blcytle, al
most new; fur coat, ftlr roitwo
tables, two btd springs, twa mat
tresses, two cots, chairs, a. few
books, pictures, three pair skates
(Nos. 9, oN. ) sewing mnchlue,
tubs, pails, dishes, etc.
Call Soon at our home in Garden
Row. . G"o. R. Short.
Unthused over Crook County,
l'OTosi, Mo., I'cti. A, 1908. The Jleml
llullctlii. lltfiul, Oregon. Dear Sin.
Please flml within tliu tlM oh tub
Hcrhillon to The lleiut lliillclin. ".1 am
cutlmKd with tho tKslbimien of the
Northwest, especially o yfltll Crook
coiudy' Oregon, and expect to thorough
ly direst the news you may publltlh from
in our naiwr Yonrt truly.
Looking for n Snnp.
J. J Morton of Weston, Oregon,
wus in Ik'nd tin first ol 1 he week
with 11 proposition to build 11 flour
ing mill, but he wan ltd m iiiiicIi
iiHslstniifc from the 'Omiimii' jienple
astoinake his plans entirely ini
pructlcnblc
He wanted nlitiudittlfoui riglitol
wny clenfed to linn hegiiiini gn Ikiih
where the old siiwuilll used tostuiKl
and running uorlliuiinl to uinl U
tweuu the John Steidl and I Icnr
Liuster rcsfdciiw projrriirs nmi
llieu on into the river Over tlii
rfght of wuylit would build 11 ditch.
divert water .from the river, hihI
then build a rtower plant where the
ditch dropper! b.iek into the river
tic also usk'ed that lots be deeded
to him on Wall street for i hite (t
the mill, nnd further ukcri that the
Iteoplc ol the town take 50 per com
of the stock in the company that lie
proposed to form The xiwcr site,
the right of way nnd the mill silt
would nil lc n cnmfortnlilc little
fortune Iu n few a s, jnd the
towusite people couldn't see things
ns iir. Morton wwied lie was
asking n little too much
On the other hand, Mr. Steidl
made Mr. Morton a very liberal
offer. He agreed to provide him n
mill site and also n power site abso
lutely free. Mr. Morton to hold said
sites ns long ns hcopcrntcri the mill;
the further understanding to be
that when the power uong the riv
er was largely developed nnd a large
power plant iustnllcd Mr Morton
should then surrtndcr his txjwer
tile but should obtain his jower
from the big plant without cost to
him. Iu other words, Mr Stridl
offered to give the man nil that
could be asked for the legitimate
operation of a mill, but Mr Morton
was evidently looking for n small
fortune on the side.
CITY C0UNCIl7l)0INUS.
lSvcrybody reads The Dulletiu.
Street Lamp Purchased Doe Ordi
nance Will He Unforced.
At the regular meeting of the
city council List Tuesday evening
it was decided to purchase , the gas
street lamp which has been on trial
for the past lew weeks. No more
will be purchased at the present,
although three or four lamps may
be bought later. A. M Lara offer
ed to furnish gasoline to the city at
practically cost, and will taicc care
of the lamp and sec that it is lit
regularly if lie would be ullowcd to
move it to the street corner in front
of his place of business, Mr. Lara's
offer was accepted.
In view of the multiplicity of
stray curs that arc roaming about
town, the council riccideri to enforce
the dog ordinance which provides
that all dogs for which there have
not been paid yearly licenses shall
be forwarded to dog heaven over
the shotgun route.
The recorder was instructed to
again call for bids for the construc
tion of crosswalks on Hawthorn
avenue. Dids were called for some
time nyo but none were submitted,
probably dtlc to the fact that the
ground wus frozen nnd it would be
vay ttiffietilt to build the walks.
The resignation of A. L. Hunter
ns alderman was accepted, nnd the
vaciim-y filled by the election of
J N Hunter.
Mayor McDonald lias appointed
the following committees for the
vimr
1'olke. I'lre nml iJMuor Lieenc I
M. Krdricld, J. II. Wenamly, Anton
Anne. "
SlleoU, Public Woy nnd Sewer J.
N. Hunter, J. II. Wcimidy, Auto 1
Aune.
Wuf and MrAiiMCha. I). Ruwc.
C H. IIciik.ii. C. M. Kr.iflcl.l.
I'ttltllc Jlralth-J. II. Wenamly, C. S
Itcntoii. J. N. Hunter.
Cemetery and Public I'roiierty C. S.
Hciikw. C. U RoH-c, I H. limner.
, Rule, Ordr of llutliics and Kit
Hon Anton Aunc, C. M. Redficld, C.
I). Rowe
PACKING '(CnTIT PORTLAND
Will Stimulate The Stock Ituilners
thniUKiiout Central Oregon.
Swift & Co., the big meat pack
ing concern, will build a packing
plant nt Portland that will cost $3
500.000 nnd will employ about
r5oo men. The payroll 'will ag
gregate about $t,ooo,ooo duriu
the next year. President Swi r
has been in PortlamKand has give-i
full publicity to the company'
plans.
This large plant nt Portland wi I
have an important bearing tin tl.-
slock industry of the Northwcs.
and should especially affected con
riittons in this section, which is o
closely tributary to Portland. Here
tofore most of the livestock of tl e
Northwest has been shipped
K.istciu markets. Now a good;.-
part of it will be used by the Pott
land plant. It should result In a
Utter market for the livestock ol
this section.
Mtf
wrU
B
Will Uxtend The Oalles-Oufur Line.
The Great Southern railroad wi'l
ex'eud its line from Dufur to Tygh
Valley, This is the road that runs
frdnt The Dalles to Dufur, com
monly known as The DaHcs-Dufur
road. News of the extension has
been confirmed by Juliuu L. Meier,
the secretary and purchasing agent
of the company, who says that
work wfil commcncc as soon cs
contracts can be let. It is planned
to have the extension completed Ly
next fall.
The Great Southern has a sur
vey from Dufur to Madras, nud it
has been a matter of common talk
during the past year that the line
would be extended to Madras and
on to the south through this section
The extension to Tygh Valley is
on this survey and may be the first
step ju the building of the line
through Central Oregon.
The Ladies' League of the Pres
byterian church will do mending,
plain sewing, etc. at ihoderate
prices, special attention bcinggiven
to repair work for bachelors and
motherless young men. Those de
siring work done should leave it at
Mrs. bawhtlls.
WflEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tabla always supplied with tho boit that tho town affords,
Nent and Comfortable Rooms. DUNXvOjijyiJN-
S; C. CALDWELL
Hardware
STOVES, TIN and GRANITK
WAR1J, WINDOWS, DOORS.
OILS
LUBRICATING, CYLINDER,
GAS ENGINE OIL,
SEPARATOR OIL.
Liirte nnd Cement.
Groceries-
DRIED aud CANNED FRUITS
BACON nnd HAMS.
FLOUR
PRINEVILLE and MADRAS.
A full jjne of all kinds of
provisions.
On all Cash Solos of Five or More Dollars a
Liberal Rcductioji Made.
"The New Store"
"The Cleaii Store
"The Up-to-Date Store'
"The Store that Treaty
You Right"
"The Best, Store"
I
Of course when you hear any of the above com
ments you know they refer-to
Lara's
Where You Get the.
RIGHT GOODS
AT
RIGHT PRJCES
ALWAYS
A
I
Did you get one of those hats worth from $2.50 to $3.50
each that wc sold for 75c? If not, you better get one only half
a dozen left. -
Another lot worth from 50c to Si.oo, your choice for 25c,
Children's red felt slippers, with black fur trimming, worth
Si.ooto$t.35,
All sizes for 60c pair,
V
There are many more at
1
99
these arc only a few bargains
"THE BEST STORE
A. M. LARA,
General Merchandise
BEND, OREGON
ft
Rugs, Linoleum and
Art Squares
A FINE VARIETY
AT,
J. I. West's
Rajqh Jute Smyrna Rugs 30x60 in.
All-Wool Smyrna Rugs 2OX54 n-' - -
Axmlnstcr Rugs 27x60 in. -
Best Quality Axmlnstcr Rtigs 27x60 in. -Imperial
Art Squares, all-wool 9x10 ft. ' '
Linoleums, printed, 6 ft. wide, per square foot v -Eloor
Oilcloth, 3 ft. wide, per square foot - -
MATTRESSES
Mattresses, foil sire, wool - - ""-
Mattresses, full size, wool -
Mattresses, three-quarter size, cotton tops
$2.50
3-SO
4.S0
5.00
12.00
5
.to
$3.50
6.50
4-75
i
j
GAN SECURB DEEDS.
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Hotel Bend Restaurant
Jfeol
I it
Jimmy Akltn, Pi'QpHctoh
I t -. iifciav,t
HSttU ass rvieais served at ah t-tours,
Bodrci by the, We6k U Meals) $5.0b.
v BREAD For sale.
Settlers on Ditch Land Can Secure
Title to Their MolJIncs.
. Those settlers who hold contracts
with the D. I. &. P. Co. for land
that has been patented to the State
can secure deeds to the land if they
so desire. After complying with
the regulations of the 'law as re
gards settlement aud cultivation
they can maUfc final , proof, after
which the dltclt company will re
lease its Hen, whereupon the State
will issue a deed for the land to the
settler. The company protects
itself by taking a mortgage on the
laud for the amount of the pay
ments still due.
In the contract that the settler
sirins with the company when laud
Ma purchased, he agrees to "execute
to the company, in proper torm a
mortgage to secure the perforuirince
vby him of the provlsiou of this cpn
tract" when legal tite, to the lauds
!s transferred to tha settler.
In some wavs it would be to the
.settler's benefit to hae a deed to
Mils. laud. vWe could bitten .borrow
deed. lie could ,sell it if he so de
sired at much better advantage,
as itwQiddjthen be only a regular
transfer of deeded land and would
cut oufe a lot of red tape that is
necessaryiwhen it is desired to sell
before thudeed to the laud is issued.
The corhpany is ready to release
its lien aud take mortgages frjh
those settlers who can make final
proof, and will be glad to do so. la
this way those who desire deeds to
their land can secure them.
Better sulscribe for The Bulletin
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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