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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1912)
THR RKNt) IIULLKTIN, BRND, WKDNK8DAY, JUNK fl 1IC.
Membership Has Passed the One
Hundred Thousand Mark.
Bern Counllss Hsvs Ovtr Ssvsn Thou
and Member, er More Than Wholt
8tats of tht Wstt lUtotutlont and
Reports AdopUd and Potlslaa Out
lined For 1812.
The thirty-ninth annual session of
tho Now Tort state cruoRO was blil
at Auburn, N. V., Pcb. 00, It was
on of tho moot harmonious and busi
nesslika sessions of tho crane held la
recent rear. It wan also tho largwt
tn voting membership namely, Wl
In number of delegates New York does
Dot compare with Pcnnsjlrnnia, for
Instance, for In that state the master
and his wlfo from each subordinate
crango are bjr tlrtue of their offlcs del-
tfiatcs'to tho state grange, which thus
gtveo Pemisrlranla n voting member
ship of considerably orer 1.400 mem
bers, ha New York the trembcrshtp
In tho state srang Is based on the to
tal membership In each county, the
largest number of delegates this year,
Including the associates, being from
Jefferson county with thirty-utne, fol
lowed by Chautauqua with thirty
eight. There has not been tn years
sssstos when more of tho really im
portant matters of the day were pre
sented In resolution and acted upon
by tho grange, and we. believe that the
position taken by tho grange on tbeso
public questions Is such as will stand
the tet and will Indicate the policy of
the grange for the ensuing year.
The report of the secretary, W. N.
QUeft, pwursscs considerable Interest.
A year ago the slogan of -100.000 for
1012" was adopted, and tho secre
tary was able to report that antldpa
'lions bad been resitted and that the
present membership of the grange Is
10O330. Romo of tho larger grange
counties In the state hara a member
ship exceeding by bundredn and thou
sand the entire membership of somo
of the grange states of the west. For
instance, the county of Jefferson haa
thirty-three granges with 7.C0G mem
bers, the county of Chautauqua has tho
same number of grange with 7,150
members, and the county of Oswego
has thirty-seven granges with &2C3
The receipts of the secretary's oQJee
the past year were $2S1&3& which,
with a balance on band, according to
the treasurer's statement Jan. 1. 1011,
of $23,273.00. make the total resources
of the year $54,770.07. The state of
New York paid Into the national
grange last year the sum of S4.71C.44
m grange dues.
The session was especially fortunate
tn the speakers who addressed It both
at tho public session on tbe evening of
tbo'llrst day and during the session
of the grsngo on other days. Among
them were tbo mayor of tho city of Au
burn. National Master Wtlion, United
States Senator Gardner, State Lecturer
Domett of IVnnsylranla, Stnto Lec
turer Tnbcr of Ohio, Donn L. II. Bailey
of Cornell. Dr. W. II. Jordan of tho
Geneva experiment station. Dr. V. J.
Webber of Cornell 'and ex-Commissioner
It. A. Penrson of Albany,
Many resolutions were Introduced
bearing on tbo good of tbo order.
Among the more Important of theso
wore the following: Instructing tho ex
ecutive comtulttfo to co-operate' with
the National Dairy union In Its effort
to dofeat any and nil bills Introduced
In congress having In view tbe reduc
tion of the present law on oleomar
garine or permitting the sale of same
or any other sulntnnco colored In Imi
tation of butter and to ue so much of
the runurt of the grange as may lie nec
essary to accomplish such purpoxo
Another resolution that provided for
the' election of one delegate to the
state gmngo for each GOO members In
each county was defeated, and a reso
lutlou asking the state master to use
his best endeavors at the natlouai
grange meeting for a proportional rep
resentation plan was approved.
The committee on agriculture recom.
mended tbe lessening of the cost of liv
ing to the farmers of tho country hi
uriuquitiu uir- ivwuiai cm oil uiuuunr-
llstlc duties from manufactured prod
ucts, eopcclally from those which are
sold cheaper nbroad tbnn the Amer
ican farmer pays for them. It al
urged the establishment of a general
parrels pot system, asked for the abo
lition of tbe free svd dlxtributlon. ask
ed for larger appropriations for tbe
Cornell Agricultural college and recom
mended thf Instruction In borne eco
nomics In tbe public schools and the
abolition of the pas system to the
New York state fair. Also twelve
icbolarshlpa -were voted to tbe Cornell
Agricultural college, and It was recom
mended tbst tbe subordinate grange
discuss tbe subject of the securing of
these scholarships on tbe part of young
mra and women of each county, urging
them to accept thU opportunity to gain
an education at slight cohL
Tbe committee on good roads advised
careful experimentation wltb the dif
ferent forms of road construction ou
limited mileage and then applying re
sults with careful consideration to top
ographical conditions snd tbe traffic
demands of tbo different sections. The
committee also recommended that tbe
hard and slippery finishes used on some
of our state highways be eliminated
and a suitable substitute be used.
DIUKCTOKV OV OFFICIALS.
Prosldont William II. Tntt
Vlco Presldont ,,Jnmoa 8. Sherman
Secretary of Stnto ,,,... P. C. Knox
Secretary of Treasury .F, MacVoagh
Secretary of Interior . ,W. L. Klslior
Secretary ot Wnr....H. I. Stltnson
8ccrotnry of Commerce and I-nbor . .
.............. .... Charles Nago)
Secretary of 'Navy Geo. Von ) Mojor
Socrctary of Agrlculturo Jaa. Wilson
Postmaster Gonoral ,F. H. Hitchcock
Attornoy Oenornl G. WlokoraliAtn
Governor .......... Oswald West
Secretary ot Stnto . ... II. W. Olcott
Trotuuror . , . . . , . .Thou. 11. Kay
Atty Gonoral ......A. M. Crawford
Suporlntondcnt Public Instruction . .
U It. Aldorman
Rtntn Prlntnr W. Ft. Dunlwnv
Commissioner L.bor Statntlca ....
O. P. lloff
Game Warden , W. I, Flnloy
Stnto Rnglncor . , . . .John II. Low is
United Stales Senators
.......... Gcorgo K. Chamberlain
........... .Jonathan Haurno. Jr.
Congressmen A. W. Lafferty
W. C. Ilnwloy
Seventh Judicial District.
Judge W. L. Uradshaw
Attorney Fred W Wilson
Judge ..,II. C. Ellis
Clerk ...Warren Drown
Sheriff . ... T. N. llalfour
Treasurer Ralph Jordan
Assotsor J. D. LaFoIlolto
School SupU H. A. Ford
Coroner Dr. E. O. llydo
Survoyor Fred A. Hlco
Commtsslonors H. II. uayloy
, James Rico
A classified ad la The Ilulletln Is
read by hundreds and brings the ad
YcHlscr good returns for tho money
1 he Courts.
Circuit Meets first Monday In
Mar and third Monday In October.
Probate McoU first Monday In
each month. x
Commlsslonora' Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
Soptembor and Novombor.
Ucnd School District No. IS.
Directors II. J. Ovorturf, Chmn
F. M. Ray
Clydo M. McKay
Clerk x . Miss Marlon Wlusl
City of Ilcnd.
Mayor . f G. P. Putnam
Recorder it. C Bills
Treasurer 11. J. Overfjrf
Chlof of Police S. R. Roberts
Clt Engineer ....Oeorge S. Young
Councilman II. E. Allen
A. L. French
M S. LAttln
..... ...,. ......o, J. Spencor
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The NcwJTown laid out in Section 1 6, township 2 1 south, range
23 east, about half way between Burns and Bend
Is Now Placed on the Market.
, K Is located op tho survey of tho Oregon Trunk coat and west
lino, and la tho snmo tllstnnco from Motollus, tho first division
point, na that feUUon.U from Knllbrldjwj nnd Hampton liutto will
undoubtedly bo thji second division point on tho Oregon Trunk
when tho road Is extended.
Hampton Uutt Is In the fertllo Hampton Valley, which has
been nettled up nnd Is bolno; turned from n sajrobrush plain Into a
dry farming trrnln country. Tho town Is near tho Horace Urook
Injrs' stopplnp; placo, nnd from ono corner of tho townslto can bo
counted tho homes of !M settlors.
A storo and Hotel nro expected to bo built In Hampton Dutto
this summer by tho Oregon Central Improvement Co,, ownors of
tho property, nnd within thirty days tho company oxpocU to havo
a drill on tho ground to go down to secure artesian water.
A block of tho townslto has been dedicated for school houso
purposes and another block for park purposes.
Tho Agents for Hampton Dutto townslto at Ilcnd nro
THE WENANDY L1VER.Y COMPANY
from whom any Information may bo obtained
Oregon Central Improvement Co.
Main Ofllco: 411 Mutual I.lfo Illdg.,
F. A. HILL, Pres. S12AT1LIJ, WASH.
N. W. PARKER, Sec. '
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ELMER NISWONGER W. P. VANDEVERT
If You Are Looking for a Good Residence Lot, Investigate
Wiestoria, Bend View, Aubrey Heights,
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RIVERSIDE AND LYTLE
Our field man was
in the employ of
the U. S. Geologi
cal Survey for six
years. Every lo
We can locate
BEST RESIDENCE SECTION
OF THE TOWN.
A GOOD WATER SYSTEM IS BEING INSTALLED FOR
THESE ADDITIONS. '
PRICES REASONABLE. $25 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH.
' Look Over These Additions Before Buying Elsewhere
We have some of the best Business Property in Bend,
on Greenwood, Bond and Wall streets,, at MOST
J ! ATTRACTIVE PRICES.- -y i
CALL ON OR WRITE THE
If you are looking
for Irrigated Land
with a guaranteed
water right, we
can furnish it to
to you in tracts of
five acres up. We
can sell you a
small tract on
OREGON INVESTMENT" COMPANY
WALL STREET, BEND, OREQON.
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