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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1912)
is called to the active buying in
During: the past week we have
sold the following:
Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
Lots 1, 2, 3,
Lots 1, 2, 3,
Lots 3 and 4,
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
Lots 5 and 6,
An Easy Job That Mr. Gimp Tao
klod With Confidence.
1'oopln tiro nctunlly what thoy
doom -nflur I hoy illti.
Thli In n awlft iiko. l'ymir imuio
In In (ho lint of "also riiiis" ou mo
lloltIK fAlrly Willi.
IT GAVE HIM A DIG SURPRISE.
Got Through, or Nr
H Wm Psrmltt.d io
Why? Because the property is close in, right in
the path of growth and development, large lots,
very reasonable prices and easy terms.
$10 Down, $10 Per Month.
Bend Park Company
R. G. SHRADER, Local Agent, Bend, Oregon.
General Offices, 800-801 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.
or, Portland Hotel, Portland, Oregon,
or, Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
POSTAL BANK OPENS
Any I'cnon More Than 10 Year Old
Can Jlecomc a Depositor I.ocnl
llnnk AVII1 be Defelgnated an
)eiMhllory for FuntU.
States bearing Interest at 2H per should ho cultivated every week, anil
cent. tho other two every fortnlcht.
Interest will bo allowed on all do-i Well matured plants In the Held
polts at tho rato or 2 per cent, com-' having large, compact, erect hoads,
putcd on each savings certificate , uniform In height and time or matur
soparatcly, and payablo annually. No lng, nro solcctcd, since It Is OMontlal
interest will bo paid on money which that n typo bo secured that can bo
The Iiend postal savings bank will
bo opened on February 27. Post
master Minor has received notlco
from the Postofflcc Department to
this effect, together with Instructions
for conducting this part of the postal
Accounts may be opened and de
posits made by any person of the ago
of 10 years or more In bis or her own
name, provided the person Ib a patron
of the office. Only accounts of Indi
viduals will be accepted. No charge
Is made In connection with the open
ing of an account or withdrawal or
money, and strict privacy must be
maintained by the postofflcc officials
Deposits are evidenced by postal
savings certificates Issued in fixed
denominations of 1. 2, 5, $10, $20
$50 and $100, each bearing tho nanio
of the depositor and other data. No
account may be opened for less than
$1, nor will fractions of a dollar bo
accepted. Howover, 10-cent postal
savings cards may bo purchased and
10-cent postal savings stamps, and a
card bearing nine stamps will bo ac
cepted as a doposlt or $1. No person
Is permitted to doposlt more than
$100 In any one month or to have a
total balance at ono tlmo or more
than $S00 exclusive or accumulated
interest. A depositor may exchange
the whole or any part or his deposits
In sums of $20, $40, $60, $80, $100
ormultlples of $100 up to and In
cluding $500, Into registered or cou
pon " bearing bonds of the United
remains on deposit for a fratclon or a
Money Stay Here.
The monoy deposited with a postal
savings bank remain In tho town, If
it has a bank. This being the caso
here, It will all stay In Uond. One
or nioru banks which agrco to become
depositors are designated by the de
partment and tho funds nro placed
with thorn by tho postmaster. Do
Iosltories pay a minimum of 2V4 per1
cent to Undo Sam as Interest on de
Tho postal savings system was!
established for tho purpose of pro-,
vldlng facilities for depositing sav-l
Ings at Interest with the socurlty ofi
the United States government for tht
repayment or principal, with accumu
MAIZE FOR. DRY LAND
O. X. C. Experiment iA'agu" Tetn
COHVALLI8, Keb. 3 To dotor-
mlnu tho adaptability or mllo maize
as a rorago crop and grain for rais
ing under Central and Eastern Ore
gon dry farming conditions, tho Ore
gon Agricultural Experiment League
Is testing it on the farms or members.
They aro planning to find out tho
mothods or seeding and culture best
putted to tho production or tho crop,
and Its usefulness In producing grain
and forage, as well as to Improve Its
quality and adaptlblllty by seed se
lection. Tho members first select an acre or
clean summer fallowed land tnat Is
uniform throughout and divided into
four ijuartor-ucro plots. Theso aro
disced and worked Into a good sued
bod, ir necessary plowod and followed
Immediately with a subsurface packer
About May 1 plots of tho land aro
sown with tho mllo maUo, thrco
pounds of seed to tho aero, and two
weeks Inter tho other two plots aro
similarly sown, uslpg a grain drill for
seeding, and stopping up tho holes
In the seed box so tho malzo will bo
sown In rows ono yard apart. Care
Is taken not "to sow tho malzo whon
the groundis cold.
Soon after seeding tho plots aro
harrowed and again ten days later,
with a third harrowing soon after tho
plants are up. Thereafter a knlfo
cultivator or a shovel cultivator so
sot that tho sboye) will not run more
than three inches deep, is used. One
each, of the early and late sown plots
harvested by machinery. Ily erect
heads nro meant those borne on
straight or only slightly bent shanks.
It should bo harvested when tho
plants havo matured well and tho
seeds nro getting dry. It may bo cut
and chopped like corn and the heads
Inter removed by chopping them off
In bunches on a bloek with an axe, or
thoy may bo cut off the stalks with a
header or knife, and spread out In a
thin layor and drlod. Tho experi
menters will note the effect of early
and lato planting, frequency of culti
vation and adaptlblllty to tho soil and
ollmato. Yields or both grain and
rodder will be secured, and three
weeks heforo harvest a progress re
port will Iki mailed to tho agronomy
department of tho college.
GIRLS BALL GAME
White and IIIupm Will (ilio IMilM
Hon for llcnvllt of Library.
Two basket ball teams, tho pick of
tho young women players of Ilond,
will play a public game Friday even
ing, February 1G, at Muster's Hall
for tho benoflt of tho public library,
Tho teams will bo known as the
Whites and Dlucs. Tho admission
will be 25 cents for adults and 16
cents fur school children.
Ilefore, during and after tho game
tho ludles will soil home-mado can
dles, and all wishing to help In this
way aro askod to make candy and
bring It with them to tho gamo.
This will bo the first open contest
botweon girls horo this season and
will no doubt draw n largo crowd.
.NIJWMAN HTIU, OW.VKK.
Tho doal for tho salo of tho Star
Theater by Kdd Nowman to Mrs.
Mazu Lockwood failed to go through
tho option taken on the business ex
piring last Thursday. Mr, Newman
had alroady shipped part of his goods
to Ban Diego but has had them sont
back to iiend and will remain hero.
Ho announces that tho theater build
ing will bo enlarged and bettor shows
than over given.
CANDIDATE HUM, CAIJ.H.
W. A. Hell or Tho Dalles, candidate
for district attornoy for this district,
was In Dend last week calling on old
friends and gottlng acquainted with
tho citizens horo. Ho stated that ho
was pleased with the political out
look. Ho left Saturday morning, go
ing down to Kedmond. I
Qtt, H Was Rathtr Subdusd Th
Plumbir's Commtnt Was Quits Orlsf,
Mr, (limp entile homo from the city
tliu other iln.v it ml burnt tutu his house
wilt) mi nlr that tnrunt business. Ho
smiled when the urn Id told hlui hit
wife wiih out, laid n pnrci'l on tho
ntnlw. took off hi cont. rolled up his
sleeve, took hi parcel and went up
to tin bathroom, when? ho opened tho
packiifco. It contained n monkey
wrench, n screw driver, half a down
iiHourtiil rubber washers uiid a plpo
"Thank goodues. my wife's not
home!" said Mr. (iliup, "If thcro I
anything upsets a man It Is tho foolish
lticntloii4 a woman asks when ho U
trying to do ii Job. Plumber! Mio'd
get a plumber to mend u lonky faucet,
Mould nlu 7 I'll hIiuiv her Hint n limit
of Intellluenco run do n Job In llw mill,
ute that u plumber would take all day
to do timl cliurge $.".. Now!"
Mr. llluip turned the fnucrt. Not a
drop of witter came out. lie turned
the other. It was dry. They were the
bathtub fnuret, ami the fur one tmd
been leaking for u week, while Mr.
i.lmp promised day by day to attend
"Well." snld Mr. (itmp n-i ho saw
that no water ciiuie out of the faucet.
'thnfH more sense than I thought thnt
woman kmkuhiiI. Tururd off the wn
trr. did she? Didn't let It run nil dny
when there wa uo need of It. hevJ
Mr. Gimp took the monkey wrench
In one hum! and the pipe wrench In
the other and climbed Into the bath
tub. Then he sat on tho ciIku while
he studied the faucet.
"limine seel" he said. "You take off
that handle, and you unscrew that top
dingus. That' what you do." Ho he
did that. Twice tho monkey wrrncli
sllped and ho skinned three knuckle,
but he got the handle off. and be un
screwed the cap ami pulled out the nut
that held the washer, Then he (leered
down into the remaining nrtlon of the
fuueel and looked nt tho washer.
Tho washer seemed In good condl
tlon. He peered Into the faucet and
ran his finger around In It, accumulat
ing Iron rust on It. If the washer was
not broken what could t the matter
with the thing? There must bo some.
tiling the matter drejter down. Ho set
hi pipe wrench around tho plpo and
crus)ed the faucet with the monkey
w wiih. The faucet held Ilka grim
death. The more It ri-Ntstrd the more
hit pushed and pulled and gruuted ami
said strong words.
When the fnuret pure at last It gate
suddenly, and Mr. (limp fell oier tho
side of the bathtub mi. I lauded with n
bump Hint shook the house. Ho was
up agnln In n minute mid In the bath
tub. The fnuret wa badly inn mil
where the wrench lind dug Into It
soft bras, and the noe of It wn
twisted awry, but the faucet wan off.
He took the faucet to the window and
kindled It. Except for tho damage he
had done It. there seemed nothing the
mutter with It.
"Home fool plnmlHT." said Mr. (limp
angrily, "ha put tho wrona; sort of
washer Into Hi! fnuret. That' what's
the mntler. and that' all.'
He picked out a different sort of
washer and put it on the plunger. It
wan not a good fit, but It was n change
"Now." snld Mr, Olmp. nnd he
climbed back Into the bathtub. He
hiimed himself down on his knee
rid looked Into the water plpo on
which he hnd to screw tho faucet.
".Now," he said.
am ir win i una necn trie sijroni, n
stroni:. vigorous stream of water shot
out of the pipe and smirk Mr. Olmp
In the eye. He gasped for breath and
tumbled bnokwnrd. Hut the stream
pursued him. He got up and grap
pled with the stream.
Unless you hnve tried to grnpplo
with a stream like thnt you cannot
oren faintly imagine tho dlirirnlty of
giving it a good, self satisfying grap
ple. A etream like that will not fight
fair. If you put your hnnd over tho
plpo the stream will squirt out In for.
ty-tvro directions. Rome of them hit
the culling. Most of them hit Mr,
Gimp. lit wrestled silently until the
imtnroom was well sonked nnd ho was
well sonked. and then he decided It
was better Just to let the stream spurt
It spurted into the bathtub anyway,
Ho be got out of the tub and dripped
ou the floor and pawed water out of
Ills hair and wiped water out of his
And Just then the plumber en mo up
fitalrs again. Ho hud been down eel
Inr to turn on the water nfter he had
fixed the faucet, and It was quite nat
ural thnt he should come up again to
nee if the fnuret wn well fixed. Ho
he came up, and he looked Into the
bathroom, nnd ho wiw the fnuret ly
ing In the bathtub nmnng wrenrhe
nnd water, nnd he saw tho water
And nil lie snld was, "Well, I'll be
diiroed!" .lust like tlmt-"Vell. I'll
be dtirned!" Thnt wn nil ho said.
KUIsi Parker liutlor In Judge.
Didn't Want Too Mueh,
Amateur Nlmrod Cnn you show me
any bear tracks? Nntlro I kin show
you n bear. Amateur Nlmrod Thanks
awfully, old cusp. Tracks will suf
nce.-Nsvr Orleans Picayune.
FIRST CLASS ROOMS nml
TO AND FROM DEPOT.
I'lntiH FutiiIhIui. on Short
HEN I), OK BO ON.
We Deliver the Goods
Bus and Dray
LIGHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hay, Hurley, Out. Whwit nml Hrmi nt lowwtl prlcu.
Tho IjioioHt Hnrn In Control OrvKon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. II. WENANDY --ON !. FOX
Our special price has brought, us
so much business we will
continue it. We sell
Rough lumber atj the mill $10 M
Rough lumber, delivered $1 1 M
You can Lclcphono your orders.
Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
"A Little Better Lumber for n Little Less Money."
3end Jyachine hop
All Kinds of Saw Mill and Farming
We Carry a Large Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next to Opera House
The right Color, Flavor and Quality.
Call for It at any store In Bend.
Madras Flour Mills
H. P. DIETZEL, Proprietor
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