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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1912)
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FINE COUEM BF
Commercial Club Cntlicm Klilblt
"' That Will be Sent to tlie laiit
Shows Crop Till Year Fine
The excellence of tho Central Ore-
iron crop this year Is strikingly
shown by tho collection of farm pra
ducts which tho Commcrclnl Club ha
,, got together. The biggest part of
these will' be exhibited at tho land
fl products show to be held In Port
Hlond In November and the remnlndor
t turncd over to tho Orcat Northern
.'Hallway to be sent to tho various
.land shows In tho Bast. A largo
amount of good publicity will uu
j , doubtcdly bo obtained by Hond.
The exhibits are especially line as
regards wheat, pats, rye, alfalfa and
clover. There are sheaves of grain
land bundles of clover and alfalfa
jthat are of rank growth and sptcn
fdld development, ghlng the f armors
a rich return for their tillage Of the
productive Crook county soil. Hoth
dry and Irrigated land products are
j. Other products noted among the
collection are barloy, peas, corn,
blackberries, beans, hops, apples,
''prunes. lettuce, cabbago. caull
'flower, potatoes, onions, carrots, tur
nips, etc. Prom the homestead of
Louis Miller of Hampton valley Is
shown well developed and matured
- wheat, testifying tnat the newly
opened country is capable of pro
duclng profitable crops of grain.
i2 Among those who furnished the
club with camples from tholr land
went J. H. Hoan, Henry Tweet,
Frank May, W. N. Kay, J. N. 11.
(Jerking. Scott & Smith, JD. V. Jones,
"W'lmcr A 8paugh, J. It. Nichols, H.
II. llayloy, J. M. Couch, Wlllcoxson
Urothcrs, F. Maine, O. II. Korcott,
J. V. Drown, H, 11, Harmon and
MEETS DEATH IK MOUNTAINS
Farley Hiism'U PIuhr Over CHIT
When Footlnjr, (!lc Way.
An accident which resulted in tho
death of Farley Uutsctt. a cousin of
U. A. Mussott, of' Powell llutte, oe
currnl In tl o mountains south of Mt.
Jefferson last Wednesday.
llussott, who, with una of K. A.
flussatt's sons, was on a camping
trip In tho mountains, was looking
over i high cliff and pushing stones
fnm It, when suddenly tho ledge
upon which ho stood gavo way,
plunging him several hundred feet
down tho mountain side, tho tall re
suiting In Instant death, tho body
being horribly mutilated. Ills com
panton narrowly escaped a simitar
fate, as ho stood but a few feet bo
hind thogaccldent victim.
Farley.Uussott was about 22 years
old. His home was in Oklahoma,
and for several months ho has been
a visitor at tho llussott Powell llutto
H. J. Kggleston has, some splendid
samples of dry land grains and alfalfa
ratted In tho Glass llutto valley
homestead country by Ernest Hester.
This territory Is more than 100 miles
southeast of llend, but docs most of
Its buying here.
THE OWL PHARMACY
will reopen for business in the store room
in the NEW FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING on Bond Street as soon as
the quarters are completed, probably
about September 10th.
Somewhat crippled by the fire, - -but
still in the running, with
new stock and low prices.
.Ralph Poindcxter, Proprietor,
r uwh. uei a r
I own mid wish to sell my 1120 acres of deeded
land, location the cast half of Sec. 10, Town. 27
South, Htuigc 18 East. Level, good soil, all tillable
except perhaps twenty acres, raw land no improve
ments, about two miles from railroad survey, free of
incumbrance, perfect title. I am told this should he
cheap at 500 to $4000. If it is not worth this
price to you make me a hid on it. We must raise
some money hence this oner. DONT OVERLOOK
THIS, HERE IS A BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE.
Investors and Real Estate Men get busy. Address
ti. 1J. Criimrine, Butte, Montana
FILM FftHLIKES STAB
ltlbllral Piny Will bo IUr Attraction
Sunday and Monday.
"Thoso Pathe reels at tho Star
Theater on Wall street are always
mighty good, but last night they were
the best ever," said the Film Fan.
"I'm going again tonight and take my
family. Why. they havo everything.
What pictures will they havo tonight,
Wednesday? Well, tho Patho films
Include a wonderful race between an
airship and a motor boat, all taken
from the airship; then there Is "Joan
of tho Jail," a regular novel In Itself,
and "nowdy and His New Pal." a
fine story of a boy and a dog, and a
howling comedy called "Dr. Uromp
ton Watts New Age Adjuster."
These and tho rest of them will bo
given at the Star tonight, with
Thursday and Friday the 8tar has
"Fates Interception," on the lllo
graph, Pathe's "Tho Olrl Sheriff"
and a funny Kdlson comedy called
"Is he Eligible?" Saturday a lot of
speclsl reels aro duo.
Friday night Miss Arrlo Black will
For Sunday and Monday the man
agement has secured a remarkable
reel which depicts tho Biblical story
of Moses. Specially trained com
panles, with elaborate and accurate
settings, act the Illblo stories, of
which this ono Is said to be a leader.
Along the lines of biblical and his
torical education these special reels
havo attracted widespread attention
and hearty endorsement and as tho
one to be shown Sunday and Monday
la the first that over has'been secured
for Central Oregon, a largo attend
anco Is expected,
Hood Itlver property to exchange
for improved or vacant in llend.
13 H acres 1 mile to It. It.. I', O. and
school, free Irrigation water, fine
spring. C-room house, good barn, 8
acres in cultivation, bearing orchard,
best berry laud or chicken ranch.
Price 100 per acre. Exchange to
3,sr0, 13000 at 6 per cent. K. J.
Mople. Mullno, Ore. 26-27
AMONG" THE SBTTLERS
NORTHEAST OF TOWN t
Last Thursday evening Mr and
Mrs. William Reynolds celebrated
their 34th wedding anniversary,
Those present were: Mr and Mrs.
J. Nelson of I.n Orando, daughter and
son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Heyhntds,
Mr. and Mrs. Haveman, Mr. and Mrs.
l.oo Young, Mr. and Mrs. II. M Elder.
Mr. and Mrs, Cole E, 8m!th, Mr and
Mrs. C. M. Ilragg. Mr. and Mrs K. A
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Erlckson,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Helgenon, Mr and
Mrs. O. P. Dahle, Mrs. Pedcrson, Mrs.
W. 0. Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. O. C,
Cardwell, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Itoy
nolds, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stewart,
Julius Pederson, N. Hoynolds, Miss
Gertrude Hoynolds, Mr and Mrs,
Wm. Hoynolds. The tables wore
spread outdoors and a bountiful
lunch was served. The tables woro
decorated with sweet peas and pan
ales and the brldo of tho evening
wore a wreath of panstes. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoynolds received many l-r-autl
ful presents. The Ladles' Juniper
Club presented to thorn n beautiful
silver cri'iim India and berry spoon as
a mark of tholr nffoctlou for their
president ntul her husband,
Mr. nml Mrs. (leorgo dales visited
with Mr. mid Mrs, II, P, Smith Bun
Mr. anil Mrs. 0. W. Hooch, Mr.
Bvoborwr nml son, Mr. mid Mrs. W,
F. McNniight, Miss Ailn Cook,
Arthur Cook nml Philip lioiirer havo
koiio about 40 mltt'H utter liuvklo
Mr. mul Mrs. J. Nelson left Tiles
dnv mornlnir for their homo In Lit
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jtlriiiuH', Ore. Thoy huve i" visit
unit Mrs. Nelson's pnif .r. and
Mrs. Win. Ileyiiol'l-1 .. Nulson's
sister, Miss Onrtn iteynolds, wnl
with them mid will spend tint winter
In La Ornudo going to school.
Mr. ami Mrs. Cole E. Smith spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Hnvemuii,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moon spent
Sunday with Mr, mid Mrs. O, P,
Sam Collins, who has had apples
on his plnco down river for over 30
years, a)s tho Ires havo borne
every year even without any culti
vation. With this as an exmiiplo Mr,
Collins believes that there la no rea
son why commercial apple raising
cannot bo developed profitably here.
nut of (ho 90 cnsli Ex-Mayor II
Jones poltuil 0 Votes, Hush a -
Inasmuch as tho "reformers" -
expresses! an tiiittiiillllml oppoMMo
to lloscti, when his niiino was mu
gcnted us (lint of n successor M
Jours, whan the Inlter's rcslt-tiMId
wns ponding, IIhscIi'h election conn
ns if ilocltlud Jolt to tho rcfiu r
J. N, Cronsliiiw, lender of tit
Ir.iiMip tnnliniri'iit, suites that inn
of his lolluwcm voiit to tun ill ,
REDMOND CHOOSES KOSCH
Election Is Slant at Heformrrs, Who
UEDMONl). Aug. 2?. At the
election held here yesterday Dr, J. F.
Hosch was chosen mayor by an over
whelming vote, receiving 84 ballots
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If cntr wagons cso't rtscb yoo nd
your wsib by sipr.
LOW PRICKS, UETTGRSPRVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
to lonrn thnt tho
nm inr: H
OREdON Is on of tho
beat and cheap
nnd la known for
In sottllnjj losses
let mo fiuuro on
before you In
sure, for I can
havo you money.
Ofllce two doors
south of post of
flee, or address
J. B. MINER
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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 want,
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.
The Bend Company
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