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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1909)
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V. G. Waugb, who recently
bought ditch land cast of tonn,
will occupy the John Kcllum place
during the winter, Mr. Kcllum
having decided to leave during the
winter but will tic back next spring.
Mr. Waugb left for North Yakima
to bring in his wife and family and
ii expected to arrive the latter part
of the week.
National Bank Kxamincr Claude
Gatch was in Bend yesterday to
examine the First National of this
place After completing bis tak
he stated that be found everything
in first-clais order, and if there
were any suggestions or recom
mendations to make he didn't know
what they were. He simply put
his O. K. on the whol thing with,
out recommendation or alteration.
A. C. Lucas will begin soon the
building of a new livery stable on
his lots on north Wall strict. The
structure will be 42x80 with 30
foot posts for the front. It will be
covered throughout with rubbcroid
and painted white. There will be
an outside stairway leading to the
loft. The new barn will be a big
improvement, and will be built by
A. F. Shireman.
The Bulletin was misinformed in
regard to the item in which it stated
that the driver who took out the
remains of .the late Mrs. Boycr lost
his way and was a day late in
reaching Sbaniko. The driver
left Bend Saturday evening, trav
eled all that night and reached
Madras at 7 o'clock the next morn
tag, getting into Sbaniko about 10
o'clock Sunday evening. This in
cident reminds us of a couplet that
an editor once ran at the head of
his local column: "I know not
what the truth may be; I'll tell it
to you as 'twas told to me."
Eli Ellis, the aged father of
County Judge H. C. Ellis', died at
The Dalles last Friday morning,
where he had been staying at the
hospital for some time. The old
gentleman bad been in very poor
health for months and his death
was not unexpected. Judge and
Mrs. Ellis went East with the re.
mains and interment will be made
at the old home at Frecport, III.
Since the death of bis wife some,
thing over a year ago, the old gen
tleman lived with bis son in Bend
up to the time of bis removal to the
hospital at The Dalles, and while
here made many friends who will
regret to learn of his taking away.
L. D. Wicst came down town
Monday to buy himself a pair of
shoes, and bad to borrow a wheel'
barrow to carry them home. After
loading the shoes onto the barrow,
Mr. Wicst decided that he wanted
to take home a sack of bran, but
alas and alack! there wasn't room
on the wheelbarrow for both, and
he was at a loss to know how to
aannge. Finally, however, a hap
py thought struck him: He could
put the bran into the shoes, and
carry both articles in the space the
shoes were occupying. And thus
the dilemma was overcome. It is
said that a resourceful brain is al
ways an accompaniment of large
feet, if that is any consolation, Mr.
P. S Stanley, when in Bend
last week, stated that many Port
land people were much interested
in this section and were planning
to take automobile trips through
here, A number of prominent
lumber and timber men of that city
will be through within the next
few- weeks. Mr, Stanley was keep
ing a "log" of his trip through
interior Oregon, and said it was
jurt such a. trip as many of those
enthusiastic automobilists desired.
The run could be made in about 10
days, and the route would include
a start irora roruuuu uu u iuu 10
The Dalles, from The Dalles down
through this section to Lakeview
via Silver Lake; from Lakevicw to
Klamath Falls; from Klamath Falls
to Crater Lake, and from Crater
Lake to Mcdford, returning to
Portland from Mcdford through the
Willamette valley. It would make
a mot delightful trip and will tin
doubtrdly prove a very popular one.
P. A. Wooley, who came Into
Bend todays ago, wan at first not
very welt pleased with tlit country
and decided to leave without invest'
ing. On the way out, he hud got
ten a. far as Poell Unites when
something about the jig broke,
when they were just in front of 15.
A. Buvctt's place. While the
driver was repairing the damage,
Mr. Wooley got out and went into
a wheat field across the road. Af
ter examining the crop, his im
pression of the country was entirely
reversed, lie went 011 toPriuevilte
but returned to Bend as soon a
possible. First he bought 40 acres
of ditch land for himself and 40
acres for hts on. Later Morrison
& Coc sold him the T. A. Jensen
place at Tumalo 310 acres for
$4,500. and also located him on a
320-acre homestead on the high
desert. Mr. Wooley left this wont
ing for his home in Washington
and will return to Bend in October.
He will be an energetic booster for
the Bend country.
one of the tineat panoramic view in Of
rgon may be teen Almost every pact ol
the entire eroumU it trltlhte from the
grimfoUmr and an unetiuilinl view of
the race may t te-eii from it.
lUrnt for hotwt cattle, trieert amt
twiuc hate bren built ami each (tar-!
ranged for It ttecil purpoae The
turn arc large ami roomy ami pretent a
nice appearance ami exhibitor who
wrrr at the fair latt year (peak very
highly of the accotnmndationt.
The iHHlunw men ami rlttirn of IHirt
land feel Juntljr prowl of the f nv
plant ami all Oicgon thouM turn out
ami lnprort thi fair, which will W held
1 plrmf-rr SOJJ. A hannrr ftuwd l
Will Urn II Tan
Ktrhard A Halllna.tr
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Renege von t. atrytr
TumaLO, Aug. jj. Owinc. to the buty
teaton haying the ilcnij latt week
Several partie have been fooklng oyer
thit part of the country lately looking
for chance lb inrett.
I.. II. Root patcd through here yes
terday. Some of our young people took in the
dance at lUldlaw latt week.
Ceo. W. Wimer and Jea Root were
buairie caller at tlend latt Tuesday.
I. K. Wimer anil Chav Spaugh hae
been delivering tome fine hay to Bend
lately, where they fiud a ready market
at a good price.
J. D. Gibton and wife expect to leave
for Canyonville, Or., soon where they
will locate or the winter.
!. White hat a larye crop of rye
which he expect to thrcth. Ite ha 140
acre cut and in the lack. People who
have seen it before it was cut My it will
yield Jo buthel per acre, which it an
exceedingly good yield for rye.
Uveryone report lietler crop than
were expected tome time ago.
The Portland Fair and Livestock
The primary object in organliliig the
Portland 1'air ami Uveitock Kxpotition
wat to fotter and ailtance the Iltrttock
interett "of Oregon and alto ol the
Northwett. With thi object in view
the butinett men of Oregon got together
and formed tuch an organization.
Among the promoter are 1'oTlland' and
Oregon' prominent banker, wholetale
and retail merchant. Through their
untiring effort Portland ha one of the
het equipped fair plant on the Pacific
coatt. The turn ol f joy wat (pent in
tecuring thi plant ami today it it the
talk of the Pacific coutU
The race track i a rreulation mile
track, laid out anil built on the bett
)lan obtainable. It i coutiilered the
fatten track 011 the coatt mid till wat
demonatrated latt year when Ray
O Light paced to the coatt' three-year-old
record of 2 UU
The gramlttaml it situated on the
north tide of the ground ami from il
rWttlaiy ot Mate.
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fecreiary of Interior
MTttUrjr f War
rVrerrUry of Commerce ami LK.C1urU Naael
rvatnatlrr Onwtal . .Prank II llllcatock
Attorney Oeneral.. (Seeife W Wlcltf thaw
Heejetary of Aariculure . Jaaict Wilwa
Rwrrrncr . I' W IWnaon
ferretary cfMalr Y W IWbmhi
Treaanrrr . - O A Heel
Attorney General AM Crtwloed
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Male Ittnlrr W if. tniaaiway
Dairy and Pan Comialaaloarr J W luuey
CommUaioner of Labor MaUlk O p tlofl
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Mate lUijInnf.. John II UU
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NOTICE FOR I'UUMCATION.
larptrtmanl of.lbe Intrrior,
V II. Land Office tl The IMlIra, Or ,
Notice It hereby gtrrn Dial
of nrnd.Or . arho.on Mavo. lau. made Ifomr-
atrad (Aerial Ko ojiCi) No. iuu, for SHNW),
ii.tiw,iwe n,aniirir,v,iw!(lMc t-t, twii
l9houtti, KaniH Kaat. UlllamrtK Meridian,
naa men notice 01 inirnnon to mate anal ate
year prooMnralabllih claim to the land above
nrarribrtl. before II L Kllla, United hlate coin
nlaoner, at hla orftec at liend, Oregon, on the
Jlh lty 1)1 Octolirr, vnh
Clalraanl namrt at wltnraar John Bloat of
nitirra.urrgou. Altnnr Kinx.Ivwpn n llunter
both of Bend, Oregon, Kara W Clleof Htdmorxli
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NOTICE FOR PUHIalOATlON.
United State Iiml Oflire,
The Dalle, Oregon, July 13, 1909.
Notice I hereby uiven that the State
of Oregon ha filed III thi office it ai-
plication, Serial No, o9, t j elect un
der the provition of the Act of Cou
gre 01 Augtitt 14, M.8, and the Act
tuppiemeniary anil amemiatory thereto,
tlieNUKSWtfofSec. 18, Two. jo S
Range 11 Iil Willamette Meridian
Any and all oertont claimlui; adverte
ly the laud decribed, ordeirlng to ob
ject iMrctiiK- of the mineral character of
the laud, or for any other reaton, to the
lltpotul lo applicant tliould file their
afliilavll of prolttt in till office on or
liefore the jotli day of Augutt, 1009.
jJI-J5 C. W, MOOKIt, Regitter.
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This latest and most useful Household Invention will be sent FREG,
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pair of Shears whotc cutting edge will never wear dull, mid which will cut anvthiitK from wet tinsttc
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The Tension Spring attachment docs away with rcsharpcnlnR- entirely and enables the user to
set the tension on the rivet so that any kind of material may be cut with perfect cane without tiring the
band. The Tension Spilug takes up all wear on the rivet, making the shears practically indestructible.
A simple turn of the little thumb-screw, shown in the engraving, tightens up the blades as closely an
may be desired. Any woman who has had the'exaspcratiug experience of trying to use a dull pair f
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