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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1909)
IS TUB BEST WATER LAW.
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tlie licensing nnd regulation of fu
litre wacr. users for power. It re
quires" future appropriatorS to pay a
license of not less than 35 cents uor
more than $2 per theoretical horse
power, depending on the amount
of the power appropriated that is
put to beneficial use. The provis
ions of this bill will not apply to
the power plants already in ex
istence ir to rights which are al
ready initiated. The law is in
tended to be so framed as to be
jnst nnd equitable to all, no matter
what the conditions
If power is delivered by means of
a long, transmission line, Occasion
ing considerable loss, the annual
fee per horsepower would be Jess
than would be assessed in case the
power was utilized nt the plant.
Th6 amount of power put to bene
ficial use will be considered ns the
aiBount actually furnished the con
sumer, and not necessarily the
amount that is generated at the
This is one of the few revenue
producing bills that originated in
the bouse and was passed by the
senate and in time will prohibly
be'a sdurce of considerable revenue,
as It has been estimated that Ore
gon streams will furnish 3,317,000
horsepower, less than one per cent
of which is developed.
In Bend, Oregon, on Wednesday,
March 3, at 10:30 o'clock, Mr. El
mer A. Cast to Miss Ana Phillips,
Rev. J. Anthony Mitchell, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, officiating.
Mr. Cast is at present land com
missioner of the Deschutes Irriga
tion & Power Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, parents of
the bride, residing for a while in
Bend, were' residents of Alberta,
British Columbia, and arc soon to
leave us for Summer Lake, Oregon.
The wedding was entirely pri
vate, attended only by the two fam
ilies, Mr. Charles Phillips having
come from Spokane to be present
After the filling out of the wedding
smveak," tWe cewpaay partoek of s
most enjoyable repast prepared by
the bride's mother.
The friends in the Hast may not
know that Bend is oa the Deschutes
river, one of the most beautiful in
the world, and unusually interest
ing from the fact that it flows along
the Opal Springs, the woaderful ice
caves and extinct volcanoes. It
gets ks rapid, cold, crystal clear
waters from the forever melting
snows of the Cascade mountains.
Overlooking Bend are the Three
Sisters, Mounts Jefferson, Washing
ton and Hood. Under the protec
tion and blessing of these beautiful
overlooking mountains from March
3. 1009, Bend possesses another
beautiful and happy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cast will be at
home to their friends after the 20th
Gophers, Sage Rat ami rralrie Doc
annually devastate our field of growing
grain. Their number may be Rteatly
diminished by a systematic warfare upon
them. Every female killed before the
young are bora, reduces the number of
pests at least ten later on.
Woodlark" Squirrel rolton l the most
reliable and destructive agent yet devised
tor their extermination. It U absolutely
certain in its actiou and every kernel is
warranted to kill. Climatic changes or
moisture of the earth do not destroy ita
strength. It requires no mixing or prcr
ration, and i always ready for use. No
other is so good. Dealers will refund the
furchase price, if not ua claimed,
tovx CUKUtCJU. Co.. lH)rUand, Oregon
For Sale by
THE BEND DRUG CO.
The following clipping from the
Lake view Herald will interest Bul
letin readers, as Mr. Robinson is
well known in Bend;
A quiet wedding took place at
the rooms of William Wallace and
wife when their only daughter,
Minnie, was united to J. W. Robin
son, Recorder Snider officiating.
None but relatives of the family
were present. The bride is the ac
complished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Wallace, She has
resided here about two and a half
years and has innumerable friends.
The groom is a livery man from
Bend, though he resided here a
while last summer. He expects to
co Into business in a few weeks.
The young people have taken up
their residence in what is known as
the old Chandler home on Main
street, south of the residence of Cobb
Henkle. The Herald joins the en
lire community -in wishing them a
complete life minus its sorrows.
WHI Take Postgraduate Work.
Dr. B. Ferrell arrived in Bend Sunday
eveniue to take charge of Dr. Coe's prac
tice while tue doctor it laxinu a vacation
in the Kast. Dr. I'crrclf and Dr. Coe
were classmates at the University of
Missouri. After leaving that institution
Dr. Terrell entered Northwestern Uni
versity at Chicago to complete his
studies, while Dr, Coe went to Cincin
nati. Dr. Ferrell has been practicing of
laty: years in Illinois. Last summer,
while taking a trip through the West,
he came to Scml to look over this sec
tion and, to his surprise, found hit old
classmate located here. At that time
Dr. Coe requested Dr. Ferrell to take
charve of his practice here while he was
absent in the East, and Dr. Ferrell con
sented Inasmuch as he liked the West
and wished to find a location in one of
the coast states. Dr. Coe will leave in
a few days for San Francisco, where he
will visit hit parents, and then will pro-
cecd to New York where he will take
postgraduate work. lie will also visit a
brother there, who is a civil engineer
and who built one of the tunnels under
Bast river. lie will call on old friends
in Cincinnati, and plans to spend tome
time at the renowned Mayo Bros.' hos
pital at Rochester, Minn. Dr. Coe has
spent four years at Bend engaged in hard
work with practically no vacation, and
he is in a position to appreciate a well-
earned rest. II will be cose about
was thrown out nml bruised some
what, but otherwise no dnmngc wnn
done. Fortunately the team did
not get nwny from Mr. Lara, of it
niluht have resulted lu a ,Very ser
ious runaway. Mrs. Hcyburn re
mained in town durinir the day,
and Monday morning Mrs. Lara
took them to the homestead,
Guy LaFollcttc, postmaster nt
Princvillc nnd one of (he proprietors
of the Crook Lounty journal, was
in Bend last Thursday. The Bul
letin acknowledges n pleasant call
Mr LaFollette stated that it was
his intention to send out the Haul
stage about 10 a. m during the
time of bad roads, regardless of
whether the Shaniko stage had ar
rived nt rrincvillc. The stage
would then get into Bend nt 6 or
7 o'clock, which would give Bend
people an opportunity to get their
mail that evening and send out an
answer thereto ou the next morn
ing's stage. Under this plan the
mail would often be n day late, but
at present it is frequently a day be
hind, docs not arrive until ubout
tuiduigbt, is not received by the
patrons until the next morning, and
there is no opportunity to n'uswei
until the second morning after the
mail arrives. And this nrruuge
tneut would be much better for
"Mr three year old boy was twillr con
stipated, had a high fever and was in an
awful condition. 1 gnve him two doses
of Foley's Oriuo Laxative and the next
moruing we icver was gone ana lie va
entirely well. Foley's Orino Lavatite
saved his life." A. Wolkush, Castmer.
Wis. Uend Drug Co. ,
We need your subscription.
Applications for (Jrazlag Permits.
Notice Is bmbj firm that all applications for
permits to f rate cattle, horses, ami sheep with
in the CASCAUK NATIONAL KURKST during
the muo r no, mud I filed In toy office at
Kueene, Oregon, an or before March 15, lym.
full Inforrnsiton lu it tart to the graslng (eta to
bechargedand blank formetobe used In mak
ing applications will be furnished upon request,
fll-mio CLVDU R. HKITX. Btipcielsor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land Office,
The Dalles, Oregon, Feb. s, 1904.
Notice la hereby siren thai the Slate of Oregon
baa filed in Ihia office Its application. Serial No.
tjta to select under the provisions ofthe Act of
Coogresa of August 14. last, and the Acts supple
mentary thereto, the K ti NK V and lot 1 of
dec. t.Tp. soft., R is K.. Willamette Meridian
Any and all persona clalmlna- adversely the
landa described, or desiring to object becauae of
me mineral character 01 the MM, or lor anr
other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should
file their arndaTtuof protest la Ibiaorace, on or
bclorc the slh day of March, I w.
ta-rai; c. W. MOOKK, Register.
Wilmer DeBolt came to Bend last
Friday from Coulee City, Wash.,
and will make his home here. Mr.
DeBolt says eight families will re
move from Coulee City to Bend
I am now agent for the DeLaval
cream separator, and have one of
these machines in stock, btep in
and examine it. They are a great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. E.A. Sathbk. 2itf
Prof. Throne, who has been en
gaged to instruct the Bend Concert
Band, has arrived from .Myrtle
Point and taken charge of the lo
cal organization. He says there is
some very good material in Bend
and promises to give us a first class
band in a few months.
Mrs. Wm. Arnold pleasantly en
tertained five lady friends at luuch
last Sunday. The husbands are
telling what, they consider is a joke,
namely, that the combined weight
of the six ladies and one of these
a 15 year old girl totaled 1390
pounds, or 315 pounds each. The
Bend country excels in everything.
Dr. II. Charles Dunsmore, Pres
byterian pastor at Prineville, will
exchange pulpits with Rev. Mitch
ell and will preach in Bend next
Sunday, both morning and evening.
Dr. Dunsmore Is acknowledged to
be one of the ablest and most clo
quent speakers in this part of the
state and everyone who can should
avail himself of the privilege of
J. B. Heyburn took the last load
of his household goods to the home
stead last Sunday, Mrs. A. M.
Lara had planned to drive out with
Mrs. Heyburn and the children.
As the team was standing in front
of the Chas. D. Rowe residence, it
became Irigbtened at something and
began to run, Mrs. Lara, Mrs.
Heyburn and daughter Frances be
ing in the rig. Mr. Lara was
standing near the horses' heads,
caught them and finally steered
Jhera into a tree in the rear of Hun
ter & stoats' owce. jit,ie trances
Department of the Interior,
U, S. Land Omcr, Lakrrlew, Oregon,
January ii, iv.
A tntSrirnt contest afldavlt having been Sled
In this office by W. L. Robertson, ceolcsUnl,
asalnst homestead entrr No. km rtUiUl No.
74J). made Feb. 17, lyai, for KM SttV.NW V
sint.swv.'iKK.ftrCu.Tp, si . R. it K,
orrnaiA Abuoti. naifur.. in whirl, 11 is .1.
Itged that said entrymau haa abandoned all his
right, I title and Interest under said entry, in
this, thai be baa not since June iu6, or any tlmr
since said dale, complied with the homestead
lawsol the United blatrt. wlib referent la
either residence, cultivation or Improvement
bat oa the contrary, baa as above auied,
abandoned said entry, and wholly
neglected to reside, cultivate or Im
prove lande corned bv said entry. That aald
cntrman died on or about the itbdajr of lane.
190s, leaving no Known neirt, ana that said al
lesed absence from said land waa not due tn Ma
employment In the Army, Nary or Marine Corps
like United Malcess a private aolller, officer,
seaman or marine during the war with hpaln or
during any other war lu which Ibe United Walts
may ic engaged.
bald panic are hereby notified to spprsr, re
spond and otter evidence touching said allegation
at is o'clock a. m on March II. iw. before
W. D. West. U S. Commissioner al silver fjikr.
Oregon, and that final hearing will be hclo. at
1 o'clock a m, on March n, toro, before the
Register and Receiver St the United nutee Land
Office lu Lakcview, 01 rgno.
The aald contestant havlnv l m ntnti .M.4..
rlt filed January if, io, set forth facta which
show that after due diligence personal service of
this notice can not be made. It la hereby ordered
and directed that such notice; be gircn by due
and proper publication,
fjmio J. N. WATSON, Reglitcr,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U S. Land OITlce at The Dalits. Oregon.
February it, 1009,
Notice Is hereby given Ibat
Male F. Darnalt
of Portland, Orrgon, who, on December is. isoi.
"" hwi iM. Mvuc sworu BiAirm.,!! Nn.
kioH.totSand MKMHWM, bee. 6, Tp, is tt.
R 11 1!., Willamette MerfclSn, has filed notice of
iDicnuoo 10 ansae nnai proor, to establish Claim
lo the land deacrllicd. before Urrl.tir u.
ceiver. at The Dalles, Oregon, ou the 6th day of
Claimant nameaaawltness.Ht iMhur rvnH.
?. h 1 Wlsif. Oregooi lobn A. Tracy of
inw.wii tnvn, .11.. Alllia IfBUm
mss, urrgon; .
Charlea Duyd of
mj-er C. W. MOOKI2. Register.
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NOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
V. S. Land Office tt Lakcvlcr, Oregon,
February ,, w
Notice ll hereby given that-
Mlllard F. Hawthorn
homestead entry No, soil (aerial No, ololll for
WMNilf,HUNW4. rHW, Sec. X, Tp. si
"....' """"V" 5""uin, naa nieu notice
of internum lo make final proof, to establish
claim to the laud above described, before H. C
Kills, U r). Commissioner, at his ollice tt Bend,
Oregon, on the loth day of April, 1909.
.,aii.m",t ,nm." " "Houses William O.
Fordham. of RosUrid, Oregoiij David 11111. orrln
Miller, Marion Carter, all of Uend, Oregon,
mr.7 j. H. WATSON, Register.
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