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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1912)
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the cxn MULiJinriN, brnd, wkunksday, jui$k.Tioiu.
Hrftt,l(fwtnr initio Will Ho StHRed
I'nilmlily lit New Uniform.
llend fans will get tholr tint
whnck nt n real baseball gnmo this
year on tho locnl diamond this, Sun
day, when tho Kedmoml ulna crosses
bats with tho homo team.
It Is prubnblo that tho buHb, which
hnvo boon ordered for tho llend team,
will bo hero by Sunday. Friday
evening, after 6 on the tall ground.
thoro will bo practice, and nil who
can get out and will play Sunday aro
expected to put hi an appearance.
Tho diamond Is In bottor shnpo than
cvor loforo, thnuks to rolling niul
rains, eny those who have practised
ORCUTT HOTEUS DESTROYED
Family Raves Only Few Thing, Taws
Totaling About $1000.
Flro which started through a de
fective flue, destroyed tho Orcutt
Hotel building In Lytic Friday after
noon. Practically all tho household
goods wero consumed. Tho total
loss la estimated at $3000, and In
suranco of $1000 was carried
Tho flro, when discovered, had
gained considerable headway, and It
was possible to save but a few thlnns.
These Included legal papers, organ,
phonograph, sewing machine, etc.
Among tho things lost wero two sold
watches, several guns and pistols and
pursescontalnlng $65 In cash. Tho
members of tho family lost all their
clothing except what they wore.
Tho chemical engine was taken to
the fire, but could not check tho
flames. Tho building was consumed
In a few minutes.
The Oructta are residing tempor
arily tn tho McQIllrray residence.
HAYING SEASON HKUB.
Cutting of hay In tho Irrigated
district, southeast, east and northeast
of Dend la now under way. Clover,
alfalfa and timothy are yielding well
this cesjon. Tho first hiy retorted
cut was on May 28, by w. G.
tho Dend Water Light & Powor.Com.
pany nro D. V. hrooka, president;
Clydo McKny, Vice president hnd J.
1 Keyoa, secretary and treasurer.
Tho water cohipahy'B onrl of "UN
rectors ia composed of Henry (Upson,
1). F. llrooks, A. O. niul D. K. Hunter
and Clydo MoKny.
I)v II. Hunter. Who wont to Port
land this morning, to bo gono n few
days expressed groat satisfaction nt
the condition of tho tovn, hiuI par
ticularly because or tho excellent
crop outlook. .Mr. Mueller, for
whom this was n llrat visit to Horn!,
had a lot of enthusiastic things to
say about tho town and country, hav
ing been hero n week under tho guid
ance of Clydo McKay.
"llend looked mighty good on pa
per," said Mr. Mueller. "And tho
best of It la It's oven bettor tn re
Kloctrle tmnrovementN 1vitI!mm1.
Tho additions that will bo lnniln tn
Ilcnd's electric system have In view
tho erection of n permanent plant,
which, when comnloted. will uo nil
tho wnterpower created by tho dam
The llrat stop,, which will bo under
taken at once, Is the Installation of
two of the flvo units which will com
prise the conp'cted plant. Kai-ii
unit, roi ghl spttiKlng. Is a separate
watfcr w , each with n dlru.i
connected generator of 250 kllo.v.-uu
capacity. Tho brcaont plant, which
fHfcfey- -s a
Ln Pine, Crook County, Oregon.
Tho ortlon to bo erected now will
bo 100 by ( feet. It will be of brick
or concrete, snya Mr. Koyes, and will
stand between tho present temporary
station and tho dam, approximately
13 feet south of tho station. Tho
cost of tuo system ns it now Is, In
cluding tho dam, is In tho neighbor
hood of JS0, 000, and oven as It now
stnnds Is reckoned tho tin out electri
cal plant In any Northwest town of
less than 5000 inhabitants. Tho to
tal cost of tho new flvo unit plant will
bo approximately $SS,000, making n
Is Open for Business.
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MILLION DOLLAR PUNT
(Continued from Pago One).
Glpson, Will Mueller, D. E. and A.
O. Hunter, D. L. and Clyde McKay
and Phil D rooks. ', ho following
officers wero elected in The Dend
Company: D. F. Brooks, president;
Clyde McKay, vice president; A. O.
Hunter, treasurer: J. P. Keycs,
secretary and general manager. The
three last named compriso an exe
cutive committee. Tho officers of
Dam anil Power Station.
has a sapacity of about 200 K. ,
will be kept simply ns a rescrvo at.v
tion, and Anally will bo abandoned
altogether when tho entire five
unit system Is Installed, as tho latter
Includes within Itself a reserve unit.
An Idea of tho Importance of tho step
is gained when It Is nald that tho
present plant which Is pnctlcally to
to rbindoned cost a-wut $20 000
Tho building that will be occupied
by tho comploto Ave unit system
will be 100 by 65 feet tn dimensions.
Itoljil final outlay for tho town's
electrical power station and system
of about $165,000. Tho capacity of
'tho dam Is about 1500 hornepower.
That llend Is nn exceptional elec
trical 'town Is shown by the state
ment of John T. Whistler, ono of
Oreson'a lending engineers. Accord
ing to hint, the avecago electrical
consumption is between 60 and 100
kilowatts to each 1000 Inhabitants.
In llend the consumption is well over
160 K. V. fo 1000 people.
ALL OUR MACHINERY IS IN
STALLED, THE ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS HAVE BEEN
MADE, AND WE ARE READY
TO HANDLE ALL the CREAM
YOU CAN GIVE US.
flEVERY RANCHER NOW HAS
A STEADY MARKET FOR HIS
CREAMWE WANT ALL WE
PIONEER PRODUCTS ARE THE BEST
The Pioneer Creamery
Wants You to Know Some Things About Bend
IDo you know that Bend has the best eledtric lighting and power system of any town of its
size in the United States?
JDo you know that Bend has a water system capable of caring for the needs of a city of 25,000?
JDo you know that Bend has more miles of good sidewalk than any town of its size in the
JDo you know that Bend's water, Bend's climate, Bend's altitude, Bend's surroundings are ideal?
IAnd do you know that Bend has the prettiest and best residence sections of any town
on the Pacific coast, and that THE BEND COMPANY owns the best of these beautiful
home-sites, and has lots of every kind and price to meet your requirements, in the business as
well as the residential districts?
The Bend Company
Owners of Original Townsite of Bend, Center, Lava Road, Park and North Additions.
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