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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1912)
THK HKND RUIiIiKTlN, BRNO. WKDNKHDAY, JUNK Ofl, 1010.
THE BEND BULLETIN
QRORatS PALMAR PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
U. N. HOFFMAN
An Independent rnownupcr stand
Ins tor tho square deal, clean butt
ness, clean politics and tho best In
terests of Hund and Centrat Oregon.
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Please notify us promptly of any
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ccivo tno paper roguianr.
JlaVe all checks and orders pay
able to Bend Dultetln.
It. 11. Ackerman, Qrandvletr, Oro. 15
LOST Nlco Jorsey cow, prob
ablo strayed eastward; bell on. Phono
Kd UrostorhouB. 16
TTJUND Smnll leather pocket
book, containing small amount ot
money. Owner may havo by proving
ownership and paying advertising
coat. Apply Bulletin office 16
LOST Team of horses, wt about
1100. Ono light bay, 'stripe in face,
hrrnded on right hip dj, cnnectJ,
Other dark bay branded on left hip
and left side of nock OL, stripe In
face, has saddle marks. Liberal re
ward. A. D. Norton, Mllllcan Val
ley, Ucnd P. O. 16tf
WEDNESDAY. (JUKE 26, 1912.
A stoam rollor Is tho most Intelli
gent of all the political, animals. It
la tractable, easily trained and house-
broken, and, aboro all, a really well
bred steam roller, with a proper pedi
gree, never forgota what It has once
learned. Take tho late lamented
convention roller, for Instance. It
had been reared with tender and lov
ing care, under tho gentlo guldanco
of the great Republican party. For
years It had performed, until all Its
playful little rolling tricks had been
meraorlted boyond tho possibility ot
being forgotten. At tho convention
ot 190S Trainer Roosovelt put the
finishing touches upon tho perform
ances. Small wonder, then, that the
faithful beast refused, to "dow,n
charge" when ordered so to do by Its
erstwhile master. Inst week. For a
conscientious steam roller la true to
its principles and. training as ono
Theodore Itoscvelt discovered to his
According to the newspapers ot
that eity. Hood !"ver has Just estab
lished a library, through tho efforts
ot the ladles f the town. Today
Hood Itlver las probably more '.ban
4000 inhabitants, llend has perhaps
1600, and llend .h.ia had a first class
little library for years. The ladles
of llend certainly can givo their au
ulc growing sisters sor.tc .sous la
tye gentle art of hustling.
FOR RENT Three-room houso In
Lytic with barn and outhouses.
Acre tract aultablo for garden. In
quire this office or see Geo. Dates, tf
FOR RENT Two 'storo rooms,
modern Plato glass front. Good lo
cation on Wall streot. Enqulro F.
O. Minor at P. O. 4-tt
FOR RENT Furnished room for
housekeeping $6 per month. W. II
Lesh, Lot It, Block IS, Contor
FQR RENT Four-room bunga
low, conveniently and neatly fllnlsh
cd. Phone E. P. Ilrostorhous. lltf
FORWENT It you nro renting
anything, you'll need convenient
rent books, well bound, with stubs.
Thoy show "wherd you aro at" all
tho tlmo. ' Each IS centa at The Bulletin.
TAKEN UP One buckskin maro
pony, with hobbles on. J. F. Wolff,
10 mttopoat, Bond-Burns road, Whit-
aker P. O. ll-17p
;, For Sale.
FOR SALE Threshing outfit, 16
horsepower compound traction en
gine, Russell 30-Inch separator,
tanks, cookhouses, etc. Every
thing complete and In good condi
tion. Wo aro In position to offer a
great bargain .for tho outfit tor small
FOR SALE 2 gray horses. 6 yrs.
old; also harness and 3Vt Inch wagon
cboap.Sfo George, who works at Bend
Co.'s mill. 26p
FOR SALE Six chairs. Iron bed
stead, springs, sanitary couch, con
ter table, rocking chair, kitchen cab
inet, small dresser. Inquire al Bul
letin ofllce. lCtf
($1000.00) with Interest thereon
from Decomber 3 1st, 1910, at tho
rnto ot 10 por cont por annum and
Ono Hundred Dollaro ($100.00) at
torney's fees, and tho turthor sum of
Ton Dollars ($ 10.00) costs, which
Judgment waa onrollod and docket
ed In tho clerk's ofllco ot said court
In said county on tho 6th day of May,
1913, attd whereas It waa turthor
ordered and decreod by the- court
that tho following described premi
Tho northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section twenty
seven In township seventeen south ot
rango twolvo oast ot Wlllametto Me
ridian, oxcoptlng however a parcel
doacrlbod as follows; Beginning at
a point 437.07 toet south and 495.03
feet west of tho northeast corner ot
said NWU ot NWH ot said section
twenty-seven, and running thonco
south 660.03 foot to a, stake, thenco
west 777 88 foot to a stake, thonco
north 349.13 feet to a stake, thonco
north 46 degrees 48 minutes
east 304,39 feet to a stake,, thenco
oast 347 32 feet to a stake,' thence
south 280 feet to a stake, thenco
east 155.67 tcot to a stako, thonco
north 2S0 toet to a stako, thonco
east 155. 07 foot to point ot begin
That tho abovo described promises
first bo sold and, In case a deficiency
remains, that lots ono and two In
block twouty-onn In tho town ot Bond
Croqk County, Oregon, according t'
tho plat thereof on ftlo In tho ofllco
of tho County Clork of Crook County
Oregon, bo sold by tho Sheriff of
said County na under execution, and
tho proceeds of sueh salo, after pay
ing tho costs, disbursements, attor
ney's foes and exponsea horln stated,
shall bo appllod upon tho Judg
ment, and It tho procoods of
such salo bn lusumctont tho
plaintiff shall havo Judg
ment and execution against tho de
fendants, F, O. Kowleo and Bertha
Rowloe, In recover such balanco un
paid, and that any surplus remain
ing from tho sale ot tho lots last
abovo doscrlbcd aftor satisfying the
demands of tho plaintiff, shall first
bo appllod to tho payment ot tho
Judgment and lien of defendant, U, C
Coo, and any surplus remaining af
tor satisfying the Judgment and lieu
of V. C .Coo bo applied to tho pay-
mont of tho Judgmont and lien of
the dofendant, Ada It. Johnston.
Hot Weather Suggestions:
Oil Cook Stoves
Electric Toaster Stoves
Electric Chilling Dishes
Ice Cream Freezers
You can get nil of these at the
Skuse Hardware Company
Our Prices are Right.
Notlco Is heroliy glvon that I havo
lovlod upon tho property abovo des
cribed and I will, on
Baturday, tho 39th day of Juno, 1011,
at 9 o'clock In thn after
noon nt said day at tho north door
of thn court houso In Prlnovltte,
Crook County, Oregon, soil to the
highest bidder tor cash, all tho right,
title and Interest tho said dofondants,
llortha Kowleo, F. C. Howleo, U, 0.
Coo, Trustee, and Ada It. Johnston,
had In and to tho said roal proporty
on tlto 6th day ot May, 1913, to sat
lafy said Judgment, costs and ac
Dated thin 27th day of May, 1013.
T. N. BALFOUR,
Sheriff of Crook County, Oregon.
Wetrs longer than any other ami gives better service. -
For Sal. ky
Bend Hardware Co.
Waali"l. a definition of a "cam
paign lie." Webster doesn't hesitate
totcl exactly wtfat an ordinary gar
den lie In. but even that ''daring lexi
cographer fights shyof any offort to
pin an accurate description to a cam
oaten llo. l'erham he would bo In
a position to do Jetler had he sur
vived one such .Chicago convention
mr& tmi evf tttat waflV .
The Bulletin regrets that this issue
Is somewhat Mow par as regards
the quantity ot matter It contains.
The apology Is that tho shop Is
swamped with the extra work con
nected with the 'publication noxt
week or tho 41-page Development
The Bulletin acknowledges with
thanks a correct I in which It received
last Mk, retatho to the distance
Itd fwn the Columbia river.
This bac oeen mi'illshcd as being
U'b miles Iho figures aro Incorrect
as the dlsUuuc if only 15G miles.
On July 20 Lakevlow votes on tho
matter of bonding that town for S75.
000 for a sewer system.
CLASSI FIED COLUMN
ItATBS: Ftvo cents a lino for
first lnaertlou in this column, four
cents a lino for each subsequent In
sertion. Cuh la advance unless
you have ait account with Tho Bul
letin. Count six words to the line,
Including the address.
WANTHD Genu' and family
washing and Ironing to do. Price
70 centa per di. Called for and
delivered. K. If. Boyd, Main and
Bond Streets. 15-lCp
WAN i .eoond hand wagon.
2 or 3 IneJi. Itmiulre J. V Mo
Clurp, Ilia's store. 19p
WILL I5XCHANGB old newspapers
for clean ratia. The Bulletin.
TO THAW! House and lot In
Bend, vabie $800, for farm property
within 0 mile of town. Address
Hope's Furniture Store. 14tf.
FOB BAiLB A Hoyal typewriter,
In first bliua condition. Cost $CS.
Can have for $40. on terms, or $35
cash. luuulio Tho Bulletin. tf
FOH SALE Oil TRADE 10-acre
Irrigated farm. Garden soil. Des
chutes runs through. Good grazing
and fishing along river. Address T.
Holland, -..schutes, Crook County,
Oregon.- j , ISp
FOB. SALE OR TRADE Good
house and lot In Sunnyslde, Portland,
closest east.addltion; fruit, roses and
ahrubbery. Will trade or sell. En
quire Bulletin, ISp
FOR SALE OR TRADE 5 acres
9 miles south of Portland on Oregon
Electric; 2-room bouse, barn wtll,
fruit; best of soil. Sell or trade for
Bend property. Enquire Bulletin. ISp
cash payment, or all on tlmo If so
cured. Furtncr particulars on ap
plication. Tho Dalles Iron Works,
Tho Dalles, Oregon.' 15-17
FOR SALE Fancy saddlo horse,
or will trade far a driving horse. In
quire "L." Bulletin
FOR SALB- Iarge oak roll top
desk, or will trado for small deaK.
Phone 17. ' lltf.
FOR SALB Pure bred Barred
Rock eggs for setting; $1.B0 for 13.
Leave orders nt O'Donncll's inarkot.
J. F. Pleree, Bend. Gltf
FOR SALE First class Burbank
liotatoes for seed. Old Experiment
Farm. Jones .&. Bates. Phone con
FOR SALK-Oood team of horsss,
5 and 7 years old, In good condition.
Also wagon and harness as good as
new. Will sell for oash or trado for
Bond property. Inquire Bulletin
FOR SALE We havo for salo
three bouses and three barns, very
eheap If sold at once. Lumber mill
of Bend Brick & Lumber Co. lOtf
Wc Have Taken Over the Entire Stock of
XOTICK FOH PUBLICATION".
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
June 10th, 1913.
Notlee Is hereby given that Joseph
H. O'Neill, of Bond, Oregon, who. On
May 22nd, 190C, made Desert Land
Kntry. No. 640, Serial No. 0611.
for SBU NEW, Section I. Township
18 South, Range 12 East. Willamette
Meridian, has fllod notice of Inton
tlon to make final desert proof, to
establish claim to tho land abovo de
scribed, before II. C. Ellis, U. S,
Commissioner, ut his ofllco at Bend,
Oregon, on tho 20th day of July,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harloy J. Ovorturf, Theodore Auno,
Levi D. Wlest. E. W. Richardsou, all
of Bend, Oregon.
14-18 C. W. MOOnE, Register.
Ixtst mid Found.
FOUND Automobile license num
ber 7005. Owner can havo It by
calling at Bulletin office and paying
advertising- cost. ' lltf
LOST -Wlver csro watch Friday
between Wenandy'H barn
houfcc- Mndcr return and git re
ward. Harvey Couway. 14
LOST- Bay mare, weight 850 lbs;
branded HI on left shoulder. Notify
KHHIUFFS HALE ON EXECUTION
In tho Circuit Court or tho Stato of
Oregon for the County of Crook.
Crook County Bank, a Corporation,
Plaintiff, vs. Bertha Howleo, F. C.
Rowlee, U. C. Coe, Trustee, and
Ada R. Johnston, Defendants.
By vlrtuo of an execution and or
der of sale Issued' out of tho abovo
named court and cauau on the 6th
rloayi . . ..,, imo in i. . i
nnd lcel " " ".. v"
BUUTO flUlltCU Jfiailllll MI4U P(,U.IIOfc
the abovo named defendants, Bertha
Howleo and F. C. Roulee, upon a
judgmnt against the said defendants
for the sum of One Thousand Dollars
of the Pine Forest Lumber Co.,
and are in a position to fill orders
of any size. In addition we carry
" a full line of
Lime, , Cement, Plaster
Brick and Fire Clay.:
Also COAL and LAND PLASTER.
afternoon and night
Saturday, July 6th
UFFALO RANCH WILD WEST
-TRAINED WILD ANIMAL EXHIBITION.
We Have 220 Acres of the
Finest Improved Land '
at Summer Lake.
Thuro aro COO fino young trees, a houso' I f
of twolvo rooms, splendidly finished
insldo and out. A barn 80x80. All of
the Innd under the hlirhest state of
cultivation, except four acres. Thia
ranch has never produced less thnn
$C,Q0O per annum. Tho most ndmlr
i nhly located ranch on Summer Inko.
Undoubtedly the finest place In Lake
County. This wo can prove to you by
i your most rljjid Investigation.
Wo aro offering this place on tho most
attractive terms, ond will take a nice
houso in Bend as part of tho first pay- 4
ment. $0,000 cash will handlo this
splendid ranch, und tho balanco can ?
run for ten yeoro,. at seven per cont
interest. Sec ,
TiTe Homescefcers' Land
Next to Pilot Butte Inn, Wall Street, Bend, Oregon.
TENTH TRANS-CONTINENTAL TOUR.
THE LARGEST WILD WEST SHOW OH EARTH
comiho Dinner on their own spccial trains
OV DOUBLE LHNaTII RAILROAD CARS I'ROM
THIS DIOOBST RANCH IN THIS WORLD.
Menagerie of Trained Wild Animals
I'rom all paits of the Olobe. Dailng and death defying acts almost
' beyond the realms of lucid Imagination.
A COSMOPOLITAN COLLECTION OF COWDOYO AND OIKLS, VANQUKROS,
3EHOKITAS, OUARDIS KUKALKS, CIIAMIMOH8 Or TIIU LAKIAT,
HOUOII RIOCKB, J'OHY BXPRBS8 VKTCHAN8, DAHINO
ATHLETES, COMICAL CLOWNS, TIIRILLINO
IHOIAN riOHTB AND WAR UANCKS.
PRINCE BOTLOINE'S TROUPE OF RUSSIAN COSSACKS,
Tho most daring Horsemen In the Wotld.
BANDS of SIOUX, CBEYENNE and COMANCHE INDIANS,
Fresh from the Camp.flro and Council, making their first acquaintance
with pais face dvUUatlon.
Tho Grand Ethnological Performance concludes with tho Superb
Spectacular, Dramatic, Historical Fantasy,
The Battle of Wounded Knee'
ntroduclnfra vast and noiloy horde of Indians, Scouts, Trappers snd 8oldler
that actually took sctlvo part In tho last bravo stsnd and hopeless
struggle the noble redskin mode for his freedom snd rights.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE
Aftrnooo at a. S-intng at S. Door, opa One Hour csrIUr,
WATER PROOF CANVAS. CANNOT L.EAIC
Grand, Gold Glittering Free Street Parade
- TWO MILES LONO at ll a. m. dally on thi mala thorouhfar.
OIG FREE EXOIBrnOIVS en Show Grounds Iramedfately alter tfec farask
BRING IN VOUK BAD HORSES AND MWMM
flur Cnwhnva will a tti.M lyfion nn .
,... ,m.u,,-m,u,ul. VAUIS, W ,
OjOO H-lf mm fa any wim Wn. a fra. mutm thfr Mm ,