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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1912)
THR BKND RUIJLKTIN, KNl, WKIN1MIAY, JULY Bt, .Bill.
V In i- r ii i hi
The Bend Park Company
AVB been actively engaged In buy Iiir mul selling property In
11KN1) fur the last five month, during which period they
Iivo sold 'upward of 1100 lot., They nro the Urgent
owners of close-In buatncim and resilience property In tho
city.. They hnve been the moons of bringing innny settler to'
IlKXD and Central Oregon, and tellevei . ns the flrent Northern
expresses It In their Oregon booklet, "that Itend will be the cen
ter of a great farming community, and will Itself become a great
manufacturing center because of the enormous wnterpowcr In
the Deschutes Hirer." They thoroughly believe In the town
and In the great future which lint before It.
They have Just Issued h very attractive Illustrated folder
on IlKXO, which they will mall upon reo,ueit.
They still have a large number of highly desirable lots, at
prices ranging from $130 to $300, which they will sell on the
basis of $10 down and $10 per month per lot... Upon receipt
of a remittance they will pick out the best unsold lot they have
and send tho contract for the same.
Those Interested la the great future of MCN'l) and Central
Oregon can address any of the following offices.
Bend Park Company
General Offices, 800-801 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.
Portland, Oregon: Court Entrance, Hotel Portland.
Spokane, Wash.: 821 Paulsen Bldg.,
Bend: Fourth and Greenwood.
LIVE 8T0CK NOTES.
It should be remembered that
a horse can do no more than his
feet will stand.
The bone cannot rest wblle
lighting flies. Better sbade or
screen tbe barn windows.
If the fetlocks are rllpiwd nnd
tbe borse'a legs are kept clean
scratching will never boiber.
Bbeep at six years of age lose
tbelr teeth: hence tbey should be
fattened and sold before tbl pe
riod. It will only take about half as
much grain and other feed to
rain a litter of pigs If tbey are
I'rime fat lambs cannot be pro
duced by alternate grass and
grain. They must be pushed to
lay on fat from start to Hnlsh.
A wide range and frequent ex
change of pasture will reduce
tbe ravages of tbe stomach
worm, that fearful enemy of the
SELECTING THE BOAR.
Suecsss In Hog Halting Dspsndi
Largely on ths Sirs.
Careful consideration must be exer
cised when selecting it hour for a herd
of sows. Tbe future uefuluess mid
development of his offspring requires
thought and good Judgment ui the
muting period, says It, H Ktoue In .Na
tional Siockmun. We iiiuuoi ufTortl to
use u scrub or a edlgrred runt under
any consideration !leimui!er there
are about 2.000 pigs In the tlrst ten
generations, und It Is essential to de
velop them along protltnble lines. One
day spent at mutlug erod, regurdless
of distances, to And u good pure bred
boar will obviate u year of disappoint.
A litter of eight good pigs from a
puro bred tour mated with a choice
sow will require less feed and wbeu
grown will produce fifty pounds of.
meat per pig more than scrubby ones,
thus making 400 pounds of additional
meat without additional expense Our
expense shows that a sow that grows
eight pigs to maturity twice a year Is
a more profitable sow than one that
produces more pigs and falls to develop
them. Usually the sow has sufficient
milk for eight, and when tbey are al
lowed to suckle six to eight weeks the
pigs are in prime condition to wean'
without having any setback. The sow '
can generally be bred successfully on
tho third day after weaning, and It Is
no trouble to have ber produce two lit
ters per year if you give her tbe proper
attention. Watch her on tbe twenty
first day after breeding and If neces
sary turn ber with the boar again.
The pon.uJarJty of the boar's, ances
tors on both the paternal and the ma
ternal side, their ability to reproduce
good specimens for generations, coup
led with good Individuality of tbe
breed rcprcscnteJ. make hi value. He
must be a strong, vigorous fellow,
active, of good size and good disposi
tion. Pay a price he is worth to you.
used In yoar herd. Any boar Is high
priced regardless of what you pay for
him If be cannot make good on A busi
ness basis from a breeder's stand
point High priced boars with ppu
I lar ancestry In the pedigrees must
compensate their owners by producing
for them pljss superior to former gen
eratlona. A lar may le a sure breed
er for one person nnd prove a total
failure the way another man might
feed nnd enre for him. Never allow
him to run at large with the sown
Hare an Individual pen and yard for
A good herdsman nntlrlpnten his
wants at least six months attend of
time. It Is poor policy to defer buying
ontll yon want a boar for ImmeJInte
nse and then take what yon can get
When you know you must renew le
on the lookout for n few months nhend.
and then you can buy one to you sat
isfaction, both as to price and Indi
viduality. Township blanks, neatly bound In
Itoobs, 2.1 cents at The Ilulletln.
VOTE MIST BONO ISSUE
Lakevlew Oppose .Measure IToIiJ.
Ing For Hewer Hystcin.
I.AKBV1RW, July 27. Hy a vote
of 142 to 82, the people of Lakevluw
dofeated the 176,000 sewer bond Is
sue to Install a sanitary method of
handling the town's sowigo. Many
of tho most ardent friends of a sow
er system voted against tho meas
ure because of Its faulty wording.
On the othor hand thero woro many
votes cast against It at the sukjos
Ion of some of tho larger property
ownors, hut It Is likely that a now or
dinance will bo drawn up at ancarly
date, which will eliminate some of
tho undesirable features of tho meas
ure as before drafted.
I.ukevlow has a need of a sower
ago system, for the rapid growth of
he town makes tho older and un
sanitary methods or wasto disposal
a menaco to the health of tho com
munity. One man hore states that
were It not for the fact that this Is
an exceedingly healthy climate, with
a good wator system, there would be
much dlsoaso duo to neglect of tho
people In Installing a system. I
P1GHIC HI UIBLMV SUNDAY
Itend People lntltcd ttt Join In llnv.
lug Mood Time,
A big plcnto fathered by the l.ntil
law Development Ungii will be
given on thu Island nt tho iisliilihor
Ing town Buntlny. A special Invita
tion Is given lltiud Itlmms to alio nil
und Join In tho day's onlorttiliiiiioiil.
In addition to uinuy good things
to eat, there will ho Kit interesting
program. Among llo subjects to
ii dlsiMtssod will bo tho imniosltlun
of Uuvcrnor West .for tho stale to
ink,, over and lluitiice the Columbia
Hniithcirn Irrigation nroJcct.
Tim l.nlillnw people hnvo estnh-,
nn enviable reputation ns splendid
hosts nt an affair like this, and It Is
likely that there will bo ninny to nt
tend from here.
The fiends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liam Arnold met nt their homo Inst
Friday evening to give them n fare
well parly.- Mi and -Mrs. Arnold
haVo sold their farm and nre leaving
for the Willamette valley. Untie
ing nnd music weu tho features of
the evening. Light refreshments
wero served. Those present were:
Mr. nnd Mrs, Henry Button, Mr. and
Mr. Oniric Uiwell, Mr ami Mrs.
I-: A Knotts. Ms John Pierce, Miss
Vera Knotts, Mr. Wholcslnger, Mr.
Hoy Pierce, Mr. I. U.ICnolts and Kv
BEND to BURNS
(OPERATING FOUR PACKARD TRUCKS.)
Best Service - - Lowest Rates
4 Round Trips n Week 4
Central Oregon Trucking: Co.
OIIIcd vvlili J A. HftMc.
W. S. L0CKW00I), Mgr.
ino FAMII.IIX TO fo.mi:.
A pnrty continued of J, Mnrojwlls,
M. Harder, J. J. Sherman and A. .I
dell has been here for some days with
nn eyo to locating somewhere near
on fsrtu lauds. These men state that
they represent ISO families, nil of
whom will settle In tho same locali
ty, and as the "prospectors" sny they
ire well satisfied with what they en
counter In tho llend country, the Im
migration of their friends seems
WAT! : It 111(111 IN ItlVKIt.
Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs, 0.
P. Putnam returned from a canoe trip
down the Deschutes from llrown's
cabin, Just below Crsno Prairie. Fol
lowing the river from tho prairie to
llenhnm Falls, 12 miles altovo llend,
tho dlstauco Is estimated as In tho
neighborhood of 100 miles. Only
portsges, or carries, are necessary In
that distance, around falls. The en
noelsts report tho river exceptional
ly high, all the lower end of Crane
Prairie being flooded.
M'C'.U.LH XMK TO CltOOK.
Henry McCall and wife, who Is a
daughter of Thomas tawson, the Ilos
ton financier, have taken up resl
denco In Crook county, In the man
sion which Mr, McCall has built on
his big ranch on the Crooked river
adjoining that of Tom Sharp, Jr.
WE WANT A first class news
paper solicitor who would like a per
manent position. Must be a first
class man and give good references.
Top-notch money paid. Address
Circulation Mnnnitcr. Statesman Pub
lishing Co., Salem, Ore. 18-23
Selling Agents for
i i hi
Tho most beautiful resi
dence property in llend. Only
G to 8 blocks from business
center on cosy terms.
I ' ' I 'S
Fire, Accident nnd Liability
All clashes of Itonl Estate.
J. A. EASTES
S If you read The Oregonian, The Oregon Journal
or The Evening Telegram of Portland
why not save $1.50 andjzet
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THE BEND BULLETIN
Bend Machine S"P
All Kinds of Saw Mill and Farming-
Wc Carry a Large Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next to Opera House
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIGHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
liny, Barley, Oats, Wheat nnd Iirnn nt lowest prices.
Tho Largest Barn In Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.1
J. II. WENANDY LON L."F0.1
Under New Management.
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
WIND'S LBADINU MOTEL
Is now In charge of J. K. Tnjrjrnrt &"Co.
First Class Service and the Comfort of GueaU, Is Our Motto.
FKEU AUTO Dctwccn Hotel and Depot.
THE SHARPLESS TUBULAR THE BEST
Separator made. Easy to clean, light to run, nnd It's tho
CLEANEST SKIMMER MADE. Wo hnvo them n stock.
COME AND SEE THEM.
MOWERS AND HAY RAKES.
THE CELEBKATEDIDEEUINO LINE. Light, strong and
durable. For sale by
TB STORE OF QUALITY
S. C. CALDWELL, Mgr.
New Feed Yard
The Wenandy Livery & Auto Co.
NEAR THE DEPOT
OIM'OSITO THU UNHUO WARUIIOUSU '
HAY and GRAIN
AT LOWEST I'RICUS
I J. II. MUSQKOVR
W. P, SCHMIDT
THE LOTUS BAR
Schmidt ft Musgrove, Props,
WINES LIQUORS CIOARS
" ONLY THU UE8T OP QOODS HANDLED
t Bond Street
Don (1, Oregon