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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1912)
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ARE ORDERED IN
: t TURNED DOWN
Cemetery Han lleen Staked Dr.
l'etrctl City llcnlttt Offlcer-illllU
AreM'nld Major Wants an
Adequate Fire Alarm Hell.
At the monthly meeting of the
City Council last nlgtit, a conldei
able amount of routine business was
Action was taken on a petition re
questing tho Installation of a fire hy
drant on the corner of Ohio street
and Lara road, this being ordered,
subject to direction of tho tiro com
mittee, who are to make suitable
provisions for Its establishment. Un
der a similar order, a hydrant Is to
lie Installed In tho rear of Llnster'a
Hall, where It will afford protection
to that building and to the flour I
mill. A third hydrant was recom-
mended by the fire committee and
ordered Installed, at the corner of
, FrVnl and Kentucky streets.
A petition for a license to con
duct saloon In the building former
ly occupied by Certon, made by Oil
ier Thorbjortjeon, waa reported ad
versely by the liquor committee, and
the report unanimously accepted.
Wunt Mure Mdewalk.
.petition for sidewalks In front
of Tots' 1 to 6. block 18; lots 1 to 7,
'tjlock 35, of Dend, and lot 1. block
23; jots 1 to 7. block 18, and lota 7
to II, block 17, Deschutes, was read
and referred to tho street committee.
City Engineer Young reported
that the cemetery has been restaked,
at n cost of 347.2S.
The police report showed total col
lections for tho month to be IS, all
from pound fees.
An ordinance providing for a city
scavenger and the removal of gar
bage, etc., was read and referred to
the health committee for redrafting,
with the city attorney.
Dr. n. Ferrell, never having qual
ified to that office, the mayor was au
thorlxed to appoint a city health of
ficer. This Mayor Putnam did this
morning, naming Dr. Terrell, who
accepted the position nd Is now of-;
IH'.'1 'I ' H ,
flclal health ortlcer or llend.
Sldowalks were ordered repaired
and reconstructed on the lota on
Wall street and Greenwood avenue
whore destroyed and Injured by the
recent tiros, and the property owners
woro Instructed to clean up tho re
mains of tho burned buildings.
A strict enforcement of thu ordi
nance iiRiilnst tho use of Improper
stiveplpo nnd Hues, especially hi
tents, wan brought up. and the re
corder nnd chief of police went In
structed to tuke necessary ncttuu.
The following resolution vn
adopted by tho council:
"Whereas, death has recently tuk
en from us Wallace II. Sellers, who
at one time- waa n member of the
Common Council of the city of ttond,
and waa always Ident'lled ns a consci
entious worker for tho Itest Interests
of llctid, and was respected nnd loved
by all who worked with him In cy
affairs and In private life.
'Therefore, bo It resolved, by the
Common Council of the city of Mend
that tho loss cf Mr. Sellers la a great
loss to llend, and that the council
hereby expresses Us great apprecia
tion of Mr. Sollors' high character,
and extends Its sincere commisera
tion to Mr. Sellers' survivors."
itlg Hatch of ltlll.
The following1 b'lls against the
city, totaling $703.99, were ordered
Ucnd Hdw Co $
Water company, sprinkling.
llend Co., lumber
Ii. I. r OX ..........
Patterson Drug Co
Light com'y, street lights .,
Pearson (flrcflghtlng) . ....
8. K. Hoberta 1QO.00
C. D. Drown ...,-... 100.00
O. S. Young 44.90
H. C. Kills .-. 33.&0
Election Judges 18.00
Paul Peterson ........... 10.50
Tom Murphy 9.00
BIG PUNS AT FISH TRAPS
Domthtie'M Company Wmita tit De
velop IMHio Jltirnepower.
Further notion toward tho develop
ment of water power nt Prluglo
Fulls, better known locally iir the
"Flshtrnpa", Is underway, following
the visit litHt week of M. P. Donahue
and C. W. lllddell of Portland, owner
and onulncor uf thu project, to the
falls. J. I.. Uonson or l.a Pino was
with tho party. JolT lllljou of llend
la staying at tho falls during the
According to announcements tnnde
In La Pino, tho original plans for the
power development have been re
vised and enlarged, so that the pro
jeot now contemplates tho orCctluu
of n dam 410 feet long nnd 1ft feet
high, to back water covering nn area
of 160 acres. Tho promoters sa
the elccttlc (Htwer generated by (lit
proposed dam will be In excess of
9.000 horsepower. Thus .far the
only stops tnken In tho revised work
Is that of laying out surveys.
Total - 1763.99
Adjournment was taken for two
DUcuns Fire Alarm Hell.
After the meeting Mayor Putnam
stated that he wished to bring up, at
tho next meeting, a .proposition to
have a large Are bell Installed. Data
Js now being collected. A probable
location for the proposed new bell
Is to place it on the big pole recently
erected near the Dend Hardware Co.
store in connection with circus acts
on July 4, whence It would be heard
all over town. It Is also desired to
get an electric connection thence to
the pumping plant.
HACK FROM I.ONO TltlP.
Sunday evening A. M. Lara nnd
II. J. Kgglcston returned from a 700-
mile business missionary auto trip to
tho southeast and south. They were
accompanied by John Demar nnd
John Yeoman, making the Journey In
K. It. Post s auto, with Karl Houston
as driver. A remarkable feature of
tho trip was that not a single
puncture marred Its progress. Tho
itinerary Included a swing that took
tho party through llrooklngs, Kgll,
Hums, Murphy's ranch, Valley Falls,
Silver Lako and Fort Hock. Many
stops were made at largo ranches.
A promlrluK business for llend Is re
ported from all sections, shipments
from this point In preference to
others seeming to be tho general
1KT lIXNKHT Tll'lS DALLlta.
The O..W. H. & N. Co. Dim ar
ranged with tlio lintel Albert nt Thu
Dalles to uiuot tralim from the Dos
uhtites branch with auto to lake pas
senger lo tho hotel for dinner, re
turning to tho stntlon lioforo leaving
time of this train. This give pus
songurn 40 minute In which to out.
Hov. II. II, Fonke.lt writes from Me
.Mtuuvlllo Unit ho will return ft Lend
the lust uf tho wwk nnd preach its
urnnl uxt Htimluy, morning ml vi
nliv. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed by him to all, stranger In town
mill those without a ehuruh home 'n
tng especially welcome.
RECORD OF TRANSFERS
Deed anil PaleniN Filed Iteceiitly
With County Clerk at 1'rliie tllle.
Lytlo Towuslto Co. to heirs of Jas.
A. Mitchell, deceased, Iota 0 and 10,
blk 13, Ltle.
Irving II. Snell to Itvuio Putnke-
wa, Its 1 and 8, blk 40, sud It 10, blk. Commissioner
37, Center add., llend. 030.
llend Park Co.. nw'4Ui see, 4, and
nMmoVl, seo. R-18-13. $13,300.
Wllllnnl Arnold lo A. O. AriiislnniK
sw U aw '.4 , aec. II; sk 4 o U . ? ft
c-y . - - nwnr im-3i v.rtw
UllllfOTUItV OF OFFICIA1.H,
President William II. Tuft
Vice President . .Janum H. Hhunnau
Secretary .if Jititto P. C Knox
.Soorelary of TuHiKiiry .1'. MnoVwiKh
Secretary of Interior ..V. L. Klslmi
Beoretnry of War H. U Htliusoii
Scculury of Comiinroe nnd Latwr . .
Beoretnry of ,Vvy Oeo. Von L. Mor
Secretary of Agrloulturo J. Wilson
Poitmnaler (leneral .1'. II. Illtchwick
Attorney General O. W. WMcrslwin
Oovemor Oswald Writ
Secretary of Htnto ....II. W. Olcott
Trettsurer Thus. I. K
Atty (leneral A. M. Crawford
Superluteniient Public Instruotlnn . .
, ..I. It. Alderman
State Printer W. B. Dunlwiiy
UlKtr Btntlsllrs ....
O. P. Iloff
Cora K. lloycr to Herman Tn
Knmpc, iioUswU, sec. 23-18-12.
i:il M. Pray to 1. M. McKnlaht, It
10. blk 36. Wlrstorla. ,
Stnto of Oregon to Trank 15.. Fos
ter, wHaa4 swUnoVii noUnoU,
sec 1C-18-12. $400.
Ueorgo W. Iteynulds to Frank II.
Foster, suUnoU. uvUseU. sue. 20-10-11,
l.n Pine Towuslto Co. to J. J. Hnv
Ilk, Its 12. 13, 24, 25, blk 3.1. La
South llend Investment Co. to the
Sit m Liry' v"-.
U rar wiiou can't rcb you stad
your wsib by ipr
LOW PRICES, BBTTeRSPRVICE
Bend Steam Laundry
Hut Your Uud
In Our Suds"
I La Pine, Crook County Orecon. I
l - MIHIHHtMtMIMI
W. L. Flnley
I.. I... II I kU
, . . . . IIIUIUI II. 1MI
United Stutrs Senntors
Gcorgo K. Chamberlain
Jonathan llournt, Jr.
Congressmen .......A. W. iJifforty
W. a llnley
SeeiHli Jiiillrlnl DUtrlrl.
Judge W. I Ilrndshnw
Attorney Fred W lls'iu
Judgo II. a Kill
Clerk Warren Drown
Sheriff T. N. Ilalfour
Treasurer ......... .Itnlph Jordan
Assuror ....J. D. LnFollelte
School 8upt. II. A. Ford
Coroner ....Dr. K. O, Hyde
Surveyor Fred A. Hlce
Commissioners It. II llHylcy
Circuit Meets flrpt Monday In
May and third Monday In October.
Probate Meets first Monday In
CommlMlonorsV-Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, July,
September nnd November.
Until Hcltool DUlrkt No, la.
Director II. J. Ovcrturf. Chmn
F. M. Hay
Clyde M. McKay
Clerk Miss Marlon tt'lesl
City of llend.
Chief of Pollco
f t t f
.0. P. Pntnaiii
. ... II. C Kills
,11. J. OverUrf
H. i;. itoberts
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iM.uliilfcQ n. n"mn
II. :. Alltn
A. L. French
M B. Ijtttln
8. J. "Spencer
.J II. Wenandy
to Ivnrn that thu
Is ono of thu
licet nml cheiiti
nml U known for
In iwttllnK loasvii
let mo lltfuro on
beforo you In
sure, for I enn
anve you money.
Ofllco two (loom
south of pout of
(lev, or ndJrcM
J. B. MINER
nwmiwvi, see. sa-iK-iz.
A. II. (lertson lo W K. Kayler, one
third Interest In seUeU sec. Ft,
swHswUtsec. 13; wwli.itc, 13,
eVineU. sec. 14-1C-10, and water. In
Three Creeks-Iiko Creek ditch
Patents: Mabel A. Iladclllte, nt
sec. 2C.30.1C; Orln C Mill, m if
nott, soUnwU, sec 36-1R-26, A "J
Fischer, sHawUi nwUswU. aecll
and noUsoW. sec 6-17-13; tk
aid V. Mcintosh, wswu, rc V
andotiaeU, sec 30-17-12 'S'
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THE BEND COMPANY
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Operates the Largest and Best Equipped Saw Mill and has
The Largest Stock of Lumber
in Central Oregon. We can manufacture what you wanti,
when you want it, and at the prices you want.
Special Bill Stuff furnished at short notice. Your inquiries
are invited, and will receive prompt attention.
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