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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1912)
TUN 11KNI 11UI.M4T1N, 11KNU, WKIINKHDAY, NOVKMIIKU U7, UMU.
IR. THE BEST CLOSE-IN RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY IN BEND INVESTIGATE
There you will find property ideally located
as to closeness to the business district;
property to any lot of which city water can
be immediately piped; from nearly every
lot there may be had a gorgeous view of
the Cascade. Mountains; and from where
ydll can choose lots to suit your taste as to
topography, such as outcroppings of rock
ideally adapted for bungalows, or smooth,
clear, level lots, free from rock, where gar-.
dens and lawns may be had the first year.
If convenient cnll nt our office and be taken out over LYTLE
so that you may see for yourself; or if you are out of town,
write for further information which we will be pleased to fur
nish. We can also tnke actual photographs of the property
and send you if you are interested.
DIES WHILEJN VISIT
Mm. John Hpeucer of Wnllown W
Horn to Hee Hon.
Mm. Mnrthn Kmtly Hpenrer of
Wnllown, Ore, died nt tho homo of
hor noil, Ilnlph Bponcor, Inst Tlmrn
dny nlKhl, notl 00 yours. With hor
huslmnd, John Hpeucer, oho enme to
llond October .10. Dcnth wns duo
to cnuccr of tho stomnch, Mrs. Hpon
cor la survived hy tlvo dauKlitoia mill
two sons, besides hor husband. Hhu
wns horn nt Defiance, Ohio.
Ilnlph wns tho only clilhl present
when tho end enmo. Mm. Inns Fox
of Wnllown, n dniiKhtcr, arrived on
Friday nlRht. Tho funornt was con
ducted from tho Spencer residence
In Denchutcs addition Saturday nf
tomoon at 'i o'clock by Hov. K. ('.
Nowhnm of tho Methodist church,
tho deqensod woman having been
n Motuodlit. Tho Interment wn
mado In IMIot llutto Cemetery. A
choir of Bovon voice sung. Tho
pnllbonrors woro nil Odd Follows, nu
follows: II. M. Smith, II. J, Kgnles
ton, Clarence .Mnnnhclmer, O. M.
I'nttorson, W. L. Wing nnd I'. N.
Mr. Bponcor nnd Mm. Fox returned
today to their homo nt Wnllown, hut
Mr. Spencer will como back to llond
to make hit homo with hit son.
BEND PARK COMPANY
458-4-5-G Empire Bldg., SEATTLE, WASH.
T?hs Pums and It Nsmss.
The largo American t-nt kuuwii m the
pumu Is very rich In name, which
fact lend to no little confusion In the
tntmln of young students of tnttuntl
history. The curly I'urltnn settler In
New Hilda ml named the ntiltiuil the
painter, mcnulug. of course, punttier.
becnuse In shape nnd die It strongly
resemble thin fierce enruhore of the
old world. It ntso received the inline
ctiluinount. which was shortened down
fruiu cut of the mouutnln. The red-
dlh color of the fur of some of the
specimens suggested the name red tl
cer. while In certiitn place It wnn glv
eu the more mnJt-Ktle'niime of tuoun
tu I u lion. In Ktiuth America one of the
nntlve iinmc wn cuBiiiicunro. but we
lint eery sensibly knocked off four
of the six syllable nnd shortened It to
ciui mi r. The putun Ims ouch n wide
runce. Mug found from Cannon to
I'ntiiKonln. Hint naturally enouiih It ro
eclve n different nnme In the vnrlou
countrleii nnd locnlltlen which It In
habit Six name for one nnlmnl.' No
wonder render of books of travel get
NATRON C -
WILL BE PUSHED
WORK CALLED HALF
not approprlnto tho land from settle
ment or entry.
After completo nbaudonment of
an entry, subjecting It to cnncclla-
, tlon on contest or governmental pro
jcecdlngs, the former entrywan does
I not forfeit benefits of tho net of Feb
ruary 3, 1011, simply by sale of such J
of his Improvements ns are In fnct '
I movable, at a sum less than cost and I
well within tho reasonable valuo.
Where, on account of III health and
advanced ago of tho applicant, nnnunl
proof on n desert land entry was
executed before an officer residing
outside of tho Innd district, such tech
nical vlolat'on of tho law may, upon,
proper showing, bo submitted to tho
board of cqultablo adjudication.
JtlKlit of Way Purchased Lien lie
tween Odell Lake anil Klumoth
Indian Hescrvntlon, Fornilsg
Last Link Proposed Itoute.
With the closing of a deal yester
day "by tfco Southern Pacific for 30
miles of right of way through the
JJunter jLand Company's holdings In
Southern Oregon, the lost foot of
ground for that purpose between Eu
gene and Klamath Falls has been se
cured for the Natron-Weed Cutoff.
Tho right of way just secured ex
tends on a part of the old Oregon!
military road grant from Odell Lake
to the northern boundary of tb6
Klamath Indian Reservation. This'
section of the land grant was taken
over by the Hunter Land Company,
In which Portland, and St. Paul cap-J
itallsts aro interested. One of tho
terms of the deal stipulates that the
railroad company shall set aside five
station grounds, comprising an area
of 300x400 each. I
With the construction of the cut-'
off an Immense territory will bo
served with transportation facilities.
Slnco work was started on the road
thousands of homesteaders nnd set
tlers have established themsolves In
Tho Natron cutoff between Eugene
and Klamath Falls Is now about one
half completed. Contractors nre at
work on the remaining units and It
la expected that the line will be com-1
and San Francisco before the open
ing of the,, Panama-Pacific Exposition
to be held Jit San Francisco in 1915.
BEFOKE YOU SEND AWAY FOR IT,
drop in atjthis store and
. UNO CASEJULING8
Decisions by Secretary of Interior of'
Tho following is a digest 'o.f recent
land-rullnga made by the Secretary of
tho Interior: ,
. ' A' mere settlement upon public
'land unaccompanied by .an assertion
ot-erfraV KthVlgail department, does
fcj$Z 1ZW WIT
CVrri,l Hr Muff, t
buy your overcoat nnd
save money. We have
themgood ones from
$0.50 up. You will also
find in our large stock
$4.50 and up.
$2 and up to $6.50
Th Georplon of Ctylon,
A more dhuiKrvenble objvet thnn a
xcorplon of Cvylon It would I dllllcult
to luuicltie Although, nu n rule. It
docti not iiiwimire umrv thnn n-vrn
Inches In lenctli. Hurt- I n ntIc
found In the woodx that ntr lungrr
than n foot. They crnwl out of some
dried wooI nnd. tnklnu up their iMmb
tlon on n omvenleiit rock or to;n
! look. n they hold their prwit Jilntiil
' stlmt ciirnil over Ibelr twrku nnd their
ebiWK held nloft. the very picture of
; ncKrrMlrp wnrfnre. Here they xtrrtih
, IhcmoelvcH In the hmlllnir huh nud
iiwnlt their prey. Thexe nre the small.
beautiful limieyblrd that durt from
' flower to Mowit nnd tnke the plnce of
. the htimmlm; tilnln of th tiit. A
one nppnuichM the scorpion ii'iiiM to
i xlirlnk Into the stone until It lis uiiicm
I nlmott lmiiTceptlble. Suddenly the
grent lnrt will mine It pIhws nnd
dart nt Itx Ix-nutlfiit victim, which lu n
moment U di-wlroyed.
(lloportod for ThnTliillutlit).
Tho Kooloiiy nni physlunl HeoKrn
phy ehmsen or tho IIIkIi llohool mndo
u trip to l-nvu llutto nnd tho unvos
nonr tliero Inst Hntunlny. A row
othur clnses were Invited to ho nloiiK.
MIks Hordeu nnd Miss HchoolornH tic-
compniiled them, lCveryotio In tliu
party went throng tho envo nnd iiftur
wnrd n number ellmliod tlm Imtto.
They took their lunoh nloiiK nud
mndo u dny of It.
Thin week Is column week for tho
scIkmiI. Kerybody In tho dlstrlnt
liotwoon i nud 20 yours of nco Is to
Tho school library linn received n
very useful set of books, a Rift front
0. 8, Hudson, It Is ended tho "Hook
of KuowlodKe." Thero aro 20 vol
ume lu the sot. "They nro written
In simple IrttiKimgo and contain n
great deal of Informntlon of use to
tint pupils of tho school,
Saturday night Miss Hordeu and
Miss Schoolcraft gnvo n dinner to tho
football tioya nt the F. O. Minor res I
deuce. After n hearty menl, tho rest
of the evening wns spent In sinning
and other nmuseineta.
Several of tho grades nro hnv'iig
Thanksgiving oxercUcs lu their room
When llnrry Copelnnd moved nwny
recently ho presented to the school
library a set of tho "MessnRes and
Papers of the Presidents, 1789.1003"
ten tolumcs bound In half leather,
The following exiierlmvnls havo
beou worked out by tho phslcs class
Juring tho pnst month:
1. I.uw of tho pendulum.
S. Ilooko's law of elasticity In
stretching, beuillng, torsion.
3, The lever principle of moments
4, Mechanical advantage of Inclin
5. Mechnutcnl advantage of tho
0. Cohesion and ndheslon; onpll
7. Tcmpornturo effects of evnpora
K. notorinlnntlon of dcwwjnt and
humidity of atmasphere.
0. Comimrlson of Fahrenheit nud
10. CoelTlolflnt of expansion of
11. Sainn of air.
12. haw of mixture for heated
13 Wnter equivalent In matter of
heat of n metal vessel.
1 1. Hpeclflc heat of lend. j
IS. Mrchnnlcal equivalent of a ca
lorlo of bent. I
U. Variation of tho boiling point!
with variation of pressure.
17. Harna for freetlng point.
IS. Colorle of heat required to
vaiioriie a gram of water.
19. Calorics required to molt a
gram or Ice.
30. Ilclatlvo conductivity value of
copper and Iron wires or samo dlaiun!
21. Freeing mixtures, Ice and salt.
Ico and calcium chloride. I
Don't Forget Our
HOT BREAD !
per garment, lrom 50c
fission For It
At a debuting wx-lrty some time ngo
the Irish question was tlleusrd. An
Knallh doctor wns stistnlnlng the nr
gument ttmt the Irish were naturally
a race with right sentiments, hut poor
ly developetl. At I.lrertool. he said, bt
had Son Irish patient on ids books and
of these only thirty paid him for at
tendance. "rlorr." said nn Irishman, who rose
with Hushed cheek to defend bis poun
trymen "sorr. there Is nrr au effect
without a cause. There Is never n
phenomenon that doe not admit of an
explanation. How can w explain the
astounding phenomenon to which the
doctor lias railed our attention? IIu
finds an oxplnuntton In the natural
depravity of the Irish nature. I, sorr.
have another explanation to give, nnd
It is this the thirty patients recover,
cdl" I'eursou's Weekly.
Ke the beiuitlfiil pattern of I.lbby
rut gtnM now on dUplny nt Patter '
ton'it. AiUrtNriiirut. (
Charles lloyd, Prop.
for men, women, children
Rubbers and Raincoats
from $10 to $25
R. M. SMITH
CLQTHING CO. v
"Everythlns: to Wear ior Men Who Care."
Curious Night Wslls.
A curious form of water hole Is found
In the desert of Western Australia,
dry by dny, but yielding an abundant
supply of water by night. The tiow of
wuter I preceded by hissing nnd
sounds of rushing nlr. The phenome
non Is discussed by Or. Mnlcolm Muc
in ren, who him located nnd examined
one of these wells. He found that tho
water supply occurred In ii long, nar
row trench, nt the toltom of which
wus ii thlu plnte of goolx. separated
by a rnvlty from thu main rock muss
boncuth. Apparently the heat of tho
day causes this plate to expand In the
form of n depression. Into which the
water retreuts. When It cools nnd con
tracts at night It forces llrst air and
then wiitcr buck Into tho trcucb.-Bcb
We Deliver the Goods
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Hay, Barley, Oats, Wheat and Uron at lowest prices.
Tho LarKest Barn In Central Oregon,
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. II. WENANDY LON L. FOX
t Under New Mnnopmpnf $
t " ' W,,. I
THE PILOT BUTTE INN U
UGfSD'S LEAniNQ HOTnL
Is now In charffo of J. P. Taraart
Flrat Clasa Service and tho Comfort of Gueatu, Is Qur Motto.
PRGB AUTO Between Hotel and Depot.
Hsr Flghtino Clothss.
A certain matron alludes to n rertnln
sowu of hew ns her Miuirrel dress "
"I always wear It," she explains,
"when I havo had a quarrel with my
"Uut why do you'call it a quurrpl
dress'T"; . . !
"Decatiso It Is the only gown I bare
that doesn't button In the back. Con
sequently I don't have to call on the
old imiuch to help mo." LoiiUvllle
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