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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1912)
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BAND STAND PROPOS
l'lnn l'or Installing Street Sign anil
Numbering Mouses In tho City h
llruacheil -New Sidewalks Or
dered by the Clijr Council.
aud tots 1 to 3, block 36, In Center
addition. Hoth motions Included
the construction by the city of cms
Little important business
transacted by the City Council
night aside from the consideration
of the liend bond sale .bids.
An ordinance permitting the farm
era' National Telephone Company to
construct and operate lines through
out the city was read for the first
time. The company Is composed of
Laldlaw men, and representative
were, on hand who told briefly that
their district was receiving inade
quate service from the present com
pany, and that to maintain conveni
ent business and other relations with
llend a new telephone line was im
perative. On behalf of the llend band O. A.
Thoraon asked that the council per
mit the erection of a bandstand in
Oregon street, in the center of tho
stub extending west from Wall street
in front of the old location of the
postofflce. A proposition was made
to allow the city to keep hoses be
neath the stand. Pending express
ion of opinion on tho part of citizens
the council's decision was postponed
until next Tuesday's meeting.
Mayor Putnam called attention to
the advisability of Installing street
algns throughout the city and of es
tablishing a numbering system for
houses. After favorable discussion
he was authorlxed to draw up a defi
nite plan. In conjunction with the city
engineer, for further consideration
next Tuesday, after which an ordi
nance will be drafted covering the
At the request of Secretary C. D.
Brown, the council ordered tho I
Government Acent Spend Summer
nit V. (). I. Co. Segregation.
During the past three mouths and
a half the Pulled States Department
of Agriculture has had a special
agent In this county scouring data
on tho amount of water used for
-Irrigation, Measurements hnvo been
made on the Central Oregon Irriga
tion Co. segregation on some 25 dif
ferent farms In all parts of tho urea.
Soil conditions liau also been
The purnoao of such an Investiga
tion, which has been conducted in
other states. Is to ascertain tho
amount of water that Is necessary
totfp'roduce 'good crop results. In
Idaho experiments Were tried, but In
this territory auch a course waa not
pursued. The crops of persons who
had weirs Installed were noted and
the amount of water used on them
recorded. (Later tho data will be
used(as the basis of a valuable re
port. The work has been In charge of
H. D. Farmer, a Callfornlan, who
came In here the first of June. He
will complete the task assigned him
within a week or so.
railroads, and tho low faro period
will Inst until October 10, Tickets
nre good for 30 days from datu Of
sale and allow liberal stopover
The rates aro not qutto as low nn
In tho spring, and tho period Is
shorter, but there will likely lie a
heavy Intttix of homescokera to this
part of tin state. Tho thieo-ycar
homestead law will bring west this
fall many who nro attracted by
Mncte Sam'rt tieo land, nud n large
part of these will no doubt buy their
tickets to (lend, which la tho entry
point to thousands of acres of good
land In Crook, take and llama)
PUY PRINEmiE SUNDAY .
Ilend TennU Player Plan Match
With County Seat Team.
On Sunday tennis players repre
senting Dcnd will go to Prinevllle to
play the county seat team. While
the tournament will tie an Informal
one. It will for the first time test the
relative abilities of the players from
the two towns. Aa Prinevllle has an
organized team, which already has
played several matches successfully,
the local representatives have little
expectation of carrying off anything
In the way of honors, but are out
for a good time.
The players from Bend will be J.
P Keren. C. S. Hudson and Mr; and
Mrs. O. P. Putnam. Three matches
of singles, one of men's doubles and
one of mixed doubles will be played,
all best to out of three sets. At
tho time of the county fair It Is
expected that llend may send a team,
It being probable that Hood River
Sunday. Kept. 29: Bible school 10
a. m.; public worship at 11; people's
servlcen at 7:30 p. ni. Tho gospol
meetings will contlnuo through tho
week each evening except Monday.
Next Wednesday there will bo servi
ces at 10:30 a. m., 2;30 and 7:30 p.
m. There will bo a basket dinner at
tho noon hour In which every mem
her and friend of the church Is In
vited to participate. The tables will
be spread In the young men's read
ing room in connection Ith the
church. There will be a roll call
meeting In the afternoon, at the close
of which will occur the annual elec
tion of officers. It Is expected that
there will bo ministers present from
out of town. It is desired that this
shall be a rally day for the church.
Wltbert It. Howell, minister; Wini
fred Blea, assistant.
(Continued from Pago One).
portatlon will take place, probably
particularly with potatoes.
In addition to tho agricultural
products thcro were other Interest
ing exhibits, along tho line of Indian
FULL COLONISTS RATES
printing of fireman's exemption cor
tlflcates and postal card notifications ! and Mctollus will be represented.
On motion of Wenandy sidewalks
were ordered built on the north side
of lots 7 to 12 Inclusive, block 13,
and north side of lots 7 to 12 inclu
sive, block 14, In Deschutes. On
motion of Lattln sidewalks were or
dered on the south side of Greenwood
avenue fronting lots 3 to 8, block 20.
Tronic to llend Will Likely lie Heavy
During Low Fare Period.
Ileclnnlnr todav. fall colonist rates
are In effect on all transcontinental!
PotatO ShOW and
' Redmond, Oregon, October Nth and 12th
Libcrnl Premiums will be Riven on Potatoes
and nil kinds of Fnrm Products.
Competition open to any person in Crook
County. For further particulars send for
premium list to A. J. Hnncy,
Secretary of Redmond Commercial Club.
Corkottn nnnouncn that they will
open a bnkory wlth'n a short time,
conducting It hi addition to tliulr
pruHout liiiNlmms. A siittnlilo locn
tlnti linn not yet been decided on,
They will turn out everything llUhu
Imkury linn when they get sturtud,
t iiAiiiH mm ham:.
The Star Then ho him 10.1 Hint
cIukn ftitillnu i'IimIih fur mi I o n( it low
IUhh'. Nimi t. .V, lliitTnmii.
NOONDAY dinner n specialty nt
Mm. Htus'iiini)i)'H lestaurmit, 2fic Up
work and objects of historic value.
In a room adjoining tho display
taldlaw ladles served Ice cream, cake
and other delicacies. In thj even
ing a play, "The Dressing Clown,"
with other entertainment, Has given
Sieaklng at Church,
At three o'clock the crowd ad
journed to the church, whero several
addresses were made. Introduced
by J. N, It. Corking, president of the
I.aldlaw Development League. J. B.
Sawhlll, secretary of the Central
Oregon Development League, first
spoke. He was followed by J, W.
ilrower, vice president of tho C O,
D. U, C. 8. Hudson, cashier of tho
First National Hank of llend, P. II.
Splllman, assistant superintendent of
tho O. A. C. Central Oregon demon
stration farms, O. P. Putnam, editor
of The llulletln, V, A. Purl or
llend, Kepuhllcan caudldate for state
representative, it. P. Mlnter, realty
man of llend, and Judgo II. C. Kills,
Mr. Splllman told of the work the
demonstration farms are doing. One
of the Important bits of advice ho
gave was not to use too much land
plaster; ho recommended CO to CO
IKiunds to tho aero as tho maximum
of beneficial use.
Want Plan Formulate,!.
Messrs. Sawhlll. Ilrewer and Hud
son urged tho Laldlaw ieope to for
mulate a definite lino of action In
LA PINK, CKOOK COUNTY, OltK. regard to what they want tho state
to do with tho Columbia Southern
Irrigation project, pledging the sup
IKirt of tho C. O. D. L. and tho In
terests of lledinuud nud llend In se
curing the action desired, Mr.
Uerklng called a meellng of the
Laldlaw lengue for Monday night to
take action In tho matter, as rc
IK) r ted elsewhere In this paper. The
consensus of opinion among tho big
delegation of llend people present
was that If desirable this town will
see that a couple of capable local
)obb)lstH arn on hand at Salriu to
aid In securing whatever legislation
Is deemed advisable, In addition to
tho representatttca of the Central
Oregon Development League and the
Among the exhibitors, as listed at
the show, were the following names
T. C. Ilarkley. C. P. Ileckcr. P V.
Swisher. J. J. Conn. J. W. Ilruwn,
Mary Nichols, Wlltlaiu Henderson,
Winter & Spnugh, W. J", and Ceorgo
Handle, II. Uolberg, Prank Murk. II.
II. Iln ley, Smith & Scott. Stanley C
I'luphlotte. Kd l Deans, J. It. Couch,
Pred II. Wilson, II. A. John son. A.
McAllister, O. M. Couch, C J. Mock.
P. W. tavcreni. Mrs. Carl Hatch. I.
W, Wliner, J. L. Couch, A. P Ham-
sey, A. Harrymau. Leo Harrymati. J
N. II. (lerklug, William Ilruwn, W
D. Harms. Mrs. J. II. Wlmer, James
Patton, Hattle Horner. M. S. Ilullrfrd,
W. N. Hay, O. II. Norcolt, (1. W.
to learn that tho
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save you money.
OHlco two doors
south of post of
fice, or address
J. B. MINER
THE BEND COMPANY
Operates the Largest and Best Equipped Saw Mill and has
The Largest Stock of Lumber
in Central Oregon. We can manufa&ure 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.
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Th e Bend Cxmpanyi
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