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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1912)
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WORK GOES ON
TrujAt Will lx Heady for Xct Irrl
gntlon Scnvm, Itrclalmlng Many
Actvs of lnd (Yntrnt Orepin
IiTlnil(tii Co. In Charge.
Itejwrts-to the contrary notwith
standing, work continues on tha
North Canal daiu, some "6 men being
miiloyed there now. Tho construc
tion of tho Mb project Is now In
chargo of the Central Oregon Irriga
tion Co. officials. L. P. derdetx hav
ing given up tho contract last Fr'day
Construction has been considerably
delayed on tho dam and canal, by
unforeseen obstacles, but thoso In
charge of tho work say that they ex
pect to complete It for uso by Janu
Tho biggest lart of tho most dim
cult features of tho work havo been
completed. The huge dam across
the stream yet requires some con
crete and other work. On tho canal
Itself most of the concrete lining Is
In where excavation has lx?eu made.
Just now men are blasting through
the rock to connect tho canal with
the headgale. the only canal excava
tion remaining, which will be com
pleted by Nov. 15. The concroto
work at the hcadgato Is In.
A pool or head bay Is being built
just below the dam. on the east side,
through which will pass the water
Tor Ihc Swalloy flume.
Work ou thla project was started
In April and It was expected to have
It completed by September 1. llow
over. various obstacles not calculated
tn at flrst came up. With the ex
ception or tho finishing touches, the
undertaking will be completed this
winter. Next spring water will I
turned Into tho canal, and a largely
Increased acreage of land In this
county brought under irrigation.
MOVE TO HEWJtUARTERS
Ofllcc Men Sow fciratnl In Stone
The present week is "moving
woek" for many llend olllco men, for
the rapidly approaching completion
of tho several new office buildings.
Tenants are going In upstairs at the
new First National Hank building
and In the Sather building. Ilefore
tho end of the month the bank Itself
The IT. a. Forestry office Is now
moving Into Its quarters on the sec
ond floor of the bank building. V.
A. Forbes. M. S. Lattln and Ward II.
Coble aro In their office suite there,
moving from their respective former
places of business. J. C. Rhodes,
local manager of the Dond Park Com
pany, also has moved Into the bank
building. Dr. Coe expects to move
during tho week. Hunter & Staats
Sather building, where Dr. F. H.
Thompson now has his office also.
Mr. Nellie Wright MuyM New Hotel
Tnggurt From A. C Ijurnx.
Mrs. Nellie Wright, owner of the
Hotel Wright and the Star Restau
rant, last week bought the New Hotel
Taggart of A. C. Lucas.
With the acquisition of this, Mrs.
Wright has a hostelry of 28 rooms
with hot and cold water and 10 with
out but otherwise modern, with elec
tric lights, etc.
The stone block owned by D. A.
Itoyd and Marley b. Simpson Is occu
pied. Where the Star dlolngroom
was will be the hotel office and lobby;
the New Taggart dlolngroom will be
the new dlolngroom, and the New
ITaggart .offloo will be a sainpleroom.
A door 'has 'been made through the
wall connecting the two buildings on
the ground floor. There was one
already on the second. The flrst
meal In the new dlnlngroom will be
erved tonight, this being tho Knights
of Pythias banquet at 11:30. Mrs.
Wright will continue her family
meals, serving In addition meals for
the trausleut public.
J,arge Attendance nt Netv Kutlicr
Ilulldliig on Jlallotve'cn.
The masquerade ball given under
the auspices of the Royal Neighbors
Jodge on Hallowe'en was well at
tended, and sorao elaborate and
unique costumes were worn. The
floor In tho new Sather building was
" In flrst class condition and the danc
ers had an enjoyable evening, This
was the first affair In tho new stone
Seven prlues were awarded for
-unique or original' costumes. The
. first prlue was captured by Miss
Kdltu Thompson. She wore a tissue
costume trimmed with black cat and
U. N. HOFFMIN MARRIED
Mend Sinn Ww1 North Cnrolhm (llrl
At Tho Dulles.
At The Dalles Inst Friday morning
at 11 o'clock Miss Mabol Leonhardt
of Lowell, North' Carolina, and Ural
N. Hoffman of Hcnd were married by
Kov. M. J. Perdue, nt tho Methodist
parsonage. Tho hrldo arrived at Tho
Dalles Thursday evening, being met
by Mr. Hoffmann Tho nowlyweds
came here Friday evening and aro
staying at tho Altamont Hotel. As
soon as sotno changes nro tnado In
tho rooms, they will be at home on
the second floor of the old First Nat-
tonal Hank building.
I.ool friends of the groom wero
given a complete surprise, as Mr.
Hofrman kept his secret. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoffman expected to go to Port
land on a short honeymoon trip, but
postponed It owing to tho long Jour
ney across the continent by the hrldo.
While news editor on Tho Dally
Observer of Charlotte. N. C, Mr.
Hoffman became acquainted with
Miss Kconhardt. He came to Ta
coma. Wash., In March, 1909. and to
Hcnd In December, 1910, and since
April, 1911, has been managing
editor of Tho Ilulletlu.
FINAL RETURNS TONIGHT
Star Theater Combine! Special Pic
turvM With Klcctlon New.
Last night something new for llend
and Central Oregon was furnished
when the complete Western Union
telegraphic national election returns
wero received. Carmody llrothcrs
and the Star Theatre handled tho re
turns exclusively. The Ilulletlu also
receiving tho full reports. They
havo continued to come In all day
today, and tonight the final detailed
reports doubtlesa will bo received.
Tonight at the Star tha returns
will -Again be announced between
reels. A further attraction will bo
the fonr special reels. The regular
ten and fifteen cent prices will hold,
and. If the returns keep coining In,
three shows will be held. As tho
final returns from the state, as wejl
as national returns, aro expected to
he In by tonight. It Is Iwllcvcd that
many people will avail themselves of
tho opportunity to enjoy the pictures
and the returns together.
MUSIC ADDS TO SKItVICH
Tho Rev. Dr. Corby has been
preaching a scries of sane and practi
cal sermons at the Star Theatre ou
Ideals. The sermon Sunday con
cerned tho Ideal Woman. Tho Rev.
This is something that every neat
housekeeper should have. It is a
simple and efficient cleaner, and will
do the work of one that costs ten
times as much. Come see them.
Bend Hardware Co.
Located 15 miles east ot Bend
on the Central Oregon Canal.
OFFER FOR Fenced and 85 acres cleared.
SALE 150 All irrigable. Small house.
IRRIGATED iocated in Sections 8 and 4, T.
LANP 18 S., It. HE. Go look at it.
If you want it address Lock Box
741, Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. florhy has orgnnUod n splendid
orchestra nlso that materially en
hances tlicso morning services. It la
composed of Miss Iva West, violinist!
tlwi. Young, cornoti Chita. Hunter,
trombone; A. ,U French, trombone!
Mr, CltipMI. mandolin! Miss Uravca,
pianist. Th's strong musical combi
nation Is addlng-much to thu popu
larity of tho Prcsbytorlau services.
Tin choir has1 also a strong, woll
orgnnUod chorus choir dlrcctod by
Miss Marlon Wlest.
MXSTKlt HUIIiDH IN SPUIMl.
Honry Duster announces that early
In tho spring ho will construct u now
machine ahop, probably with n roller
skating rink nboo It. tn tho placo of
the opera house and machlno shop
which recently were destroyed by tiro
The proposed building will be prolt-
ably 60 by 100 feet, of brick or stone.
At present the l.lns;er lw havo tho
machinery saved from the lire at thotr
home, and are prepared to do work
wsmmsjr' r Tigssttasai 1 1 1 in ill im ics
la tho Circuit Court, of tho tynto of
OrvgtM, for the County of Crook.
Central Oregon Irrigation Com
pany, n corporation, plaintiff, vs.
Wlllard M. Houston, defendant.
To Wlllard M. Houston:
In the name of tho State of Ore
gon : You nre hereby required to ap
pear and nusuor the complaint filed
against you In the nlnive entitled
suit within six weeks from tho day
of tho flrst publication of this sum
mons and If you fall to so appear
and answer, for want thereof, tho
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
tho relief prayed for In the complaint,
to-wlt: tor the cancellation and set
ting astdo of a certain contract,
dated September IS, 190S, made be
tween you and Tho Deschutes Irri
gation and Power Company and as
signed to said plaintiff, relating to
the settlement of certain lands, and
the purchase of wntor rights appur
tenant thereto, sltualo In Crook
County. Oregon, and for such other
and further relief as may seem to
tho Court Just and equitable.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication by authority of an
order of the Hon. W. I. Uradshaw,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stnto of Oregon for the County of
Crook, and said order Is dated the
:sth dar of October. 1P12. and Is
duly recorded and cntciod In said
Court and suit.
Date of first publication, October
Date of last publication, December
Jossc S'parns & .Ipc b Kanxler,
Attorneys for tho plaintiff.
$4,000 cash. This land is
1 Wit ' k
tn tho Circuit Court nt tho (Unto ot
Oregon, for tho County ot Urook.
Nolllo Wright, plaintiff, vs. Harry
Joseph Wright, defendant.
To Harry Joseph Wright) above limn
In tho tinmo ot tho Stato of Ore
gon you nro hereby required tn np
por and nnswor tho complaint ftlod
against you tn tho nbovo entitled
suit within six weeks from tho dato
ot tho first publication of thla sum.
monn, and It you fall to appear and
answer for want thereof the plaintiff
will apply to tho Court for tho rollnf
prayed for In tho complaint, to-wlt ;
For tho dissolution of the bonds
of matrimony now existing between
-you anil tho plaintiff, nnd for n fur
ther decree that tho property now
owned by tho plaintiff shall be and
remain hers, freo from any rlgth,
title or Interest on your part, either
nt law or In equity.
Thla summons Is served upon you
by publication by authority ot an
FOR MEN in
the line of
Chippewa ami Buckingham
1 RUBBER SHOES
OREGON INVESTMENT COMPANY
If You Want Good
, . n LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS,
'investigate what we have to offer. We have the
best on the market, at the best prices and terms.
tJThis firm also makes a specialty of Fire Insur
ance, Indemnity Bonds and Plate Glass, Show
Case and Mirror Insurance. Our companies are
the best in the United States, and pay their losses
promptly. flWe are the oldest established real
estate firm in Bend, and have a first class record
for fairness and efficiency. If you have something
to sell, or wish to buy, let us help you.
W. P. VANDBVERr
order of tho Honorable II. 0. Hills,
.Indue, of tho County Court of tho
Htnto of Oregon for Crook County.
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October, 1912, and la duly recorded
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