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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1912)
Tim iiknu nuMiirriN, hicnd, wkunkhday, hkvtkmiikh i, iimu
JEWS OF PORTLAND TO
Ind Men Are InttruraenUl In Se
curing Location of Large Number
of I'rople In ThU 1'nrt of the
Htate Make Trip to Land.
Central Oregon has been chosen by
' the Hebrew Agricultural Association
of Oregon, with headquarter at Port
land, as the field for localfng a
colony. ThU decision was reached
after a thorough search had been
made of the Pacific Northwest States.
Some time ago several ot the men
interested made a trip through the
homestead country about CO miles
from Bend, but It was found that it
was not suitable. The president and
secretary of the association, A.
Zldell and David N. Mosessobn, then
took the matter up with K. It. Post
and O. C. Henkle, putting them In
fujl charge to selWt land enough on
which to locate a colony of their pro
portions An extended trip through
Crook, Lake and Harney counties was
made by them in company with four
representatives of the association.
After the return from the trip, the
locators were notified to got every-
thing in readiness for settlement of
Messrs, Post and Henkle made a
careful survey of the lands, bringing
back samples of the soil and Its pro
ducts and many pictures. Monday
afternoon they left with 13 people,
making the first actual settlement of
the lands. t
Tho association that Is back of the
colony was organized In Portland
July 1. Its objoct is to encourage
agriculture among tho Jews by means
or loans. without interest and other
asslatanco. Many or tho most promi
nent Jews or the Oregon metropolis
have jbecome jnenipers and are sup
' porting 'it wjth time and money.' .
IIAVK KVENING OP FUN.
The young Women or Iiend bad a
jolly troe 8aturday evening, the oc
casion belug a farewell party given
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a . m f A
wHl never feel satisfied until -
we come again.
Bend Park Company
MIa Angle Young, who will leave
'shortly to enter the University of
' Oregon. It was also the first gather
ing or tho I'rlscllla Club this rail. At
I C o'clock a banquet was held at the
home or Miss Cornelia Wilson where
much fun was had. The center
piece of the largo table was a doll
dressed as a prlscllla. Goldenglow
was also used very artistically In the
decorations. Later In the evening
some or tho young women took in the
show at the Star Theatre and about
9 o'clock a iwirty or about 2S wont on
a hay rldo to the Jtlley place down
AUGUST WKATHKK ItKCOKI).
The following Is the local weather
record for August:
Date Max.' Mln.
1 82 43
2 83 47
3 78 CO
4 85 39
C SC 43
C 86 42
7 92 42
8 80 42
9 -80 47
10 80 47
11 ' 82 35
12 87 35
13 1.0 40
14 85 40
15 75 41
1C C2 42
17 C2 35
18 75 45
19 74 38
20 82 43
21 S5 44
22 83 44
23 94 60
24 88 46
25 84 42
26 , 91 43
27 -, - . -
28 60 32
29 65 25
.30 68 31
31 60 38
Mean maximum, 79. Mean mini
mum, 41. General mean, 60.
Precipitation, 0.65 inches.
Number or clear days, 25; partly
cloudy, 6; cloudy, 0.
PROOF UNDER NEW LAW
George W. Trlplett Take Advantage
of Three-Year Privilege.
Tho first person to make homo
stead proof before Commissioner
KIIIb, under tho recently enacted
three-year law, was George W. Trlp
lett, who appeared with his witnesses
Mr, Trlplett hqs lived on his claim
up river more than three years, hav
ing Died on It February 8, 1909.
During this period he bos remained
on the land probably closer than any
- i . ti
ana ,;. v
other homesteader in this vicinity.
He was alone except for his dog. Mr.
Trlplott Is a native or North Carolina,
having came west a number or years
ago. He fought In tho Civil War on
the Southern sldo and Is getting well
along In years. He expects to spend
tho winter In Ilond. Mr. Trlplett Is
tho rather of Millard, Tom, Carlyle
and Creed Trlplett, who formerly
NOTICK TO CUKDITOIIH.
In the County Court or the Stato or
Oregon, for tho County or Crook.
In the matter or tho estato or W. II.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the duly appointed,
qualified and acting administratrix
or the estate or W. II. Sellers, de
ceased, to the creditors and all per
pons having claims against said de
ceased, or said estate, to present
them, verified as required by law,
within six months after tho first pub
lication of this notice, to the said ad
ministratrix at the office of her at
torney, Vernon A. Forbes, in the
First National Dank Building, Iiend,
Oregon; the same being tho place for
the transaction of the business Of
said estate In said County and State.
Dated this 4th day of September,
Administratrix of the estate of W.
II. Sellers, deceased. 26-29
Chsrjes Boyd, Prop,
Wall I'sner at
Tor (land Prices
N. P. WEIDER
Cbespcit and Best Wall Paper Sam
ples in the county. Get
Offlce icrou street from pwloJEce
Box 39- Bend, Orexon.
IS JOINT LINE
ARE RIVAL RAILWAYS
Port In nil iikt l'llIilUlic Htnry In
Kffcct Tlmt llllt nml llni rliunil
IntcrrM llnw Joined hi lm
Hlrucllon nl Trans-Mute Line.
Advlco renuhlng hero from Now
York seems to leavo little doubt that
tho first-class rnllruait lino which tho
Oregtin Short Line. Is IIIiirIiik West
ward across Oregon Is n Joint Hill
and Harrlmaii enterprise. Tho In-
formation received hero emanates
from Eastern financial Interests
closely allied with the two great sys
tems Indicating that the sltlows or
war for constructing this .lOO-mlto
lino from the Idaho border to n
Junction with tho Hill and llnrrliuaii
roads at llenil nro being supplied
partly by the Hill financial group and
partly by the Harriman backers In
Thero Is no prelonto of conceal
ment or tho fact that the Harrlmaii
puriHiso Is to make this lino tho
double track or Its main linn from
Portland to the East, and that as
soon as tho present extohslon of 140
miles from Vale on the Short Line, to
Dog Mountain, 20 miles south of
tlurns, has been completed, contracts
will bo let for the construction of the
remaining 160 miles from Dog Moun
tain to llotul. This will give the
Harriman system a completed double
track line from Portland to Omaha,
as the double tracking of the system
lover that entire dlstsnce has been
progressing for nearly two yosrs,
and Is to lie completed by 1915.
Tho Immedlato advantage to be
gained by the Hill forces by entering
Into another "gentlemen's agree
ment" with their ancient rival Is to
give them access Into Southeaiitcru
Oregon In the first place, a territory
In which the different Hill magnates
have been spending great sums In ex
ploitation work. Of course, tilt I -
mstcly, the connecting link from
llond, the present southern terminus
of the Oregon Trunk, to tho Idaho
boundary, will open another enor
mously rich country In the Gem
Tho Hill people, with a linn al
ready extending Into the Camas
Pralrlo as far as Grangevllle, have re
cently let a contract for the con
struction of an extension of 100 miles
south from Grangevllle to a connec
tion with New Meadows, on the
Pacific & Idaho Northern, which tups
the rich west central portion of
Idaho. Tho Hill lino from Grauge
. vlllo south would tap an enormous
' agricultural section as well as a fine
I timber and mining belt In the Salmon
Thoro have been rumors that the
Harriman and Hill forces wero to
Join hands In pushing a lino east and
west across Oregon ever since tho
Hills sold to tho Harriman system
I all Its rights In the Ilolio & Western
through the Malheur Canyon a
I couple of years ago. The Ilolio &
Western was the project which
Colonel C. E. S. Wood was fathering
for James J. Hill, and embraced sur
veys through tbo property or tho
Wlllametto Valloy and Cascade mili
Deeds and PalrnU Filed Hrcrntly
With County Clerk nt Prlnnvilto
Ella M. Ivca to William Chlsholm,
se'i neV4. neU seVi sec 26-15-11,
Olo Nllson to W. J. McQIIIvray, It 6,
blk 9, North Add., Iiend. 11.
Elmer Nlswonger to Mrs. N. E.
Frailer, aM of soU of noU of soU
Gortrudo I. Goodfellow to J. A.
Wlllcox, It 21, blk 27, Redmond.
W. H. Stoats et al to Oscar A.
Macfaifle Shop aid
Wo know how to do all
kinds of Machine Work,
TRY US AND SEE.
Fine an-J Fopulni Lino of
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon
R. II. DEYARMOND
Tliorson, Its 5, 0, blk lft, Doucliulen
l)ald Hill to 0. H. TttolNtrup, I(h 2
nml 25, blk Hi Its 1 nud (I, blk 5;
lis 1 nml 2, blk 8; It 7, blk 10) It H,
blk 11, Harper.
Nowlott-Koller Co. to L. I). Whist,
ii H blk 29, Wlostorln.
L. I). Wlest to W. 1). Nowloil, ti Vfc
blk 29, Wlestorln.
David Hill to M. 8. Miller, Its I, 5,
0, 7, 26, blk 2, Harper.
James It. llcnlinm to Central Oie
gun Irrigation Co.. right of way
across no4 swli, smU swU, eo
Elmer Nlswonger to John H.
Iluoth, i Interest In lie ,1 noU HeU.
nH soU no U . w no so, n so
nw e, part or n sw nw s part of
s nw nw se, s so so, sw aw so, sec 4 ,
n ne lie, aw no ne, so no 9-18-12.
Htato to K, T. Hummer, snVt nwi,
J3end JYJachine hop
All Kindt of Saw Mill and I'nnuiuK
Wc Carry a LarRc Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next to Opera House
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIQHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
liny, Dnrlcy, OaU, Wheat
The Largest Ilarn
J. H. WENANDY
Under New Management.
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
MIND'S LUADINU MOT III.
In now in charge of J. F. TpRKnrt &'Co,
First Gnsa Service nnd tho Comfort of GueaU, Is Our Motto.
FRUU AUTO Between Hotel and Depot.
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THE SHARPLESS TUBULAR THE BEST
Separator made. Easy to clean, light to run, and it's tho
CLEANEST SKIMMER MADE. Wo have them in etock.
COME AND SEE THEM.
MOWERS AND HAY RAKES.
THE CELEBRATED! DEERINGJ LINE. Light, strong nnd
durable. For sale by
IS STORE OF QUALITY
S. C. CALDWELL, Mgr,
Before You Let the Contract
for that new building, consider these
fuels ubout brick.
In building with all other material no
allowance is made for doors, windows and
With brick you can make an allowence
of 10 to 25 percent.
With lumber 15 to 25 percent is added
for sizing, laps, etc. With brick it is
With all other material 5 to 10 per
cent added for waste, such as cutting,
fitting, knots, shakes, etc. With brick
there is absolutely no waste.
When a building is finished, built with
any other material, there is always a lot
of waste to haul away.
With brick, if you have any left ,wc
will take them ofl your hands at the full
price you paid for them.
There is a hundred other reusons why
ypu should build with brick.
BEND BRICK &
noU wtt, 13'ifl-H.
Northwest Trust & Hafo Duimslt
Co. to Herman A. Iluliisuli, oVi se,,
Nowlon-Kollcr Co. to Alfred H.
Anderson, Ita 7, h, blk 22, Wli.
i:, II. Hiiniiny to Claudia Often,
part It 1, Idle 13, llotul. $1500,
llond Park Co to N, O. Widen, It
ti, blk 104, 1st Add lluml Park $lo,
(MUD 01' THANKH.
Wo wish to thank nil those wim
generously have (tided us, strnitKttm
In llntid, during tho misfortunes tlmt
benot us after our arrival, mid niec
lolly those who aided with sympathy
and nnslstmico at tliu time of the lui
of our baby,
Mr. mid Mrs, August llalllierx
Portraiture eiilarg'tig mid cii) i
at tho Howard Htmllo.
nnd Hran nt lowest price.
in Cvntrnl Oregon.