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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1913)
Till! 1IHND IIUMjKTM. IIKWI), WHNKH!AY, JANFAIlY J, ffll.l
I11JHINKKM AND PIIOFHKHIONAI.
It O UK It T II. (lOIMilt
I'Hono. l'ly Assistant
0. l NIBWONOKIt, lloitil, Oro.
"l' II. THOMPSON, M. D.
I Physician nnd HtirKcou
Olllcu tin svcond l"ir (lf Hntlior
HulldlnK. Wnll Htrcot.
Itoynnlds, Anno Mnrliol, Marvin Mc
Hay, MnrRumt Wkt, II. 0. .Karris,
Mm. II. O. Fiirrls, It. J. Todd, Mm.
It. J. Todd, Htnjilicti Htuldl, Anglo
Viiiiiik, (Ivrtriiile Mnrkcl, C. 0,
HOHH I' A It Ml AM
Attorney nt I.mw
Ofllco In old First National Hank
MAH10N M. I.HHII
N u r n o
11, Hlook 16, Center Addition
BEST WHEAT QROWN
AT 4900 ALTITUDE
Mniitnnii runner I (. 1 1 lit IIiiMiik
of drain Tlmt Won WOUt; Prize
lit Mllilicapollx ('"miuon Krlio
N v c e h n it i' y, II H n y .
,TIK J. II. IIANIMI AIIMTItAC'r l
Complete tritct Indexes nnd photo
' Krnphlc coplo ot nil Crook Count)
1. Prlnevtlla, OroKon
Nature Method Chronic Disorder
i and Dietary Advlco A Specially
Hit. It. H. KKTCIIU.M
Hour 0 to 5. 1 4 I Hock Kant
' of llend Hotel.
BIG PROBLEMS TO GOME UP
irilKiilliiti Coiikk'hn NVxt WVck to H
This year's session of the Oregon
IrriKHtlun CoiiKrcfH nt I'ortlntid, on
January U to 11, promise to hu uvun
belter tli a n Init year's, which wn
notable its oiiii of tho Heat cuiKr.'Rs
or conventions ever hold In Oregon,
Members of the Leglslatum will nU
tend In order to get In touch with
liiml nnd Irrlgntlon condition In dlf
(urent purls, of Oregon. The pro
grniu In luilng nrruiiKcd io that tho
need nnd requirement of every lo
cality In tho state can he presented
nud proiior publicity given,
Adjustment of the Umatilla proj
ect difficulties was nccotnillihud at
hut year'i congrem. The Irrigation
need of Oregon are many and thin
congreiH In the one opportunity for
n meeting of all concerned to fur
ther the common Interest. A ono
nud one third fnre for tho round trip
hue boon granted by the railroads
under thu usuul condition.
J. i:, Knwhlll nnd V. A, Korlicn of
llend will ho among the nponkera.
W. W. rAUI.KNKH. I). M. I).
II e n d. Oregon
It, C OOI!, M. H.
I by Icln n nud H ii rue on
OIHce over First Nntlonnl Hunk
Oltlcn Hour: 10 to 12 n. in.; 1
to 3 and 7 to t p. in.
IIKNI). :: OltKOON
H. II IS NH O.N
Attorney At l n vr
' Oniuo In old First Nntlonnl Hank
t llend, Oregon
VIIHNON A. FOIllllW
First Nntlonnl Hnuk llulldlng,
ii:ohoi: h. you no
Civil, Mining nnd Irrigation
Omce with J. A. Hastes.
MINNKAPOMH, Minn.. Dec. 28
"flood 'dry farming' method" pro
duced the w hunt which won for
Nali & Hrldgouinu of Clyde I'nrk,
Mont., the $6000 prlxu for the hit
live bushels of wheat exhibited nt
the Minneapolis I.i'iid Hhow, accord
ing to Joauph I. Nusli, who gnve a
description of the method lined In
raining the wheal.
Niuh I here with hi wife nod n,t
children to claim the I&000 prlie nnd
take It hack to Mont mm with him.
He called nt the otllce of, the expo.
sltlon nnd wii given n certified copy
of nil scores nnd nn order for the
lllg Tour "30" ga tractor, Ktnorson-
HruutlUKhnni plow, etc. Then hu
milled on President Howard Klllott
of the Northern I'nclttc Hallway und
received further congratulations. He
told Mr. Klllott how the wheat wan
raised nud demonstrated tlmt good 03 ,nc,,(H tn,( W0K,1B ,,, KHlndi(
dry farming meihod.-or Jut coni-jnn,, hnB n ttinK M,)nCty of iC8.2
mon avniK will product, not only' lc cont,m.,t.r(l, TMt , t.Khl
good whent hut the maximum yield c(lt,n,wr, Kr(.ter thnn tho nverngo
,M'!'.i?,,., ... . , . .of the riiihmnn elm nt Michigan thl
"The live huihel which won the year
prlre w. grown nt nu nltltudo of, Tn ,mltlic, ihow iho ,, n .we.
VJOO feet where the rnlnfnll dot,. r.ot I ..... ...i-. with uood ..hv.lcnl Jn-
iceed 17 to 18 Inchu. One crop ; v,...,..,...,......,,.,.,..,. ,., rf M111, ,1P
i ... . - ' -
GIRLS WELL PROPORTIONED
Figure Hhow Atmie Young; Woman
I (iooil KMilmeii I'lijulrully.
i:U(!i:Ni:, Uec. 28. Tho nvornge
frehiunu girl nt tho Uulverdty of
Oregon thl year I 18 year old, In
F. (. M I N O It
I.ll'i: KIIIK ACCIUBNT
I N HIIIU N c i:
Notnry I'uhllc nnd Con"cynncliiK All
' Legal I'npeni Corrwlly Drawn
had lieon produced on the land he
fore we weeded It to thl Turkey Ited
whent, thu teed for which came from
(iNllntln volley," nld Nnh.
"We nuiuiuer fallowed the Innd In
1911 by plowing with a mould-board
plow not leu than lx Inche deep
In the lam part of May and flrt of
June, We dragged It down at oon
n ikiiiIIiIu ufter plowing, tho Idea
being to prcnerve the moliture by
dragging within two da, after
plowing or aootier. After any rain
fall of conidiucnco the ground wn
dragged a oon a It wn poMlbla
to get onto It with a team.
two too light for almolutu perfection.
Annette Keljermnii, ibe fnuipun 'mcr
tuald,' comldered to1 have a perfect
figure, weigh Juit 12C iwunda and
taud C4 Inchea,
Judging by Oil atandnrd tho
average frenhmnn girl mcaiure up
Herd nnd Other luttrument Fllcl
With County Clerk at I'rlncvlllc.
t ft lHt fi.iiw llanlt a
nil.,,,,! 1,,. - ,. u M. ......I.I- 1 W 1UHHl.l tu 'IHIW 'B,M,W v
d..cXho neld. Vhe In't of" Auguil! '.? 2 of 0t ,o1 9' "lk
f.tt.1 III. fftM WMl v (I.lUl..l,U It J 'UnU
"4 IW ! IV W UUMVIMIVI
. J. M A I N
All Kind, of Itlnrkmiiltli Work
' Price Itentonnblo
MlnntiKita St.. Hct. Ilond nud Wall.
U. N. HOFFMAN
N O T A It Y ' l I) II 1. 1 V
Hiinter'M anil Angler' l.lcfiikt Fniwrt.
Vullotln Omce. (lend, Oregon
. MIBSKVA U (1HAVKB
Ilmldrnce Htudlo at Mr. A. M. Ijirn'i.
nt OREGON STREET
O. F. HURT
Charles Uoyd, Prop.
was drugged nnd then the seed waa
planted by drilling with a doublo
dlic Kentucky drill which put It
down at Ivaat four Incite. Forty
pounds of need wa used to tho acre
and wo prefer leva rather thnn more
than thl amount. If tho land la
atrung and clean It will uot require
"With auch method of farming
tnolituru la preserved lultlclent to
start tho reed to germinate Immedi
ately whether there I rain or not.
in , the spring of If 12 tho Held
wn harrowed or dragged as soon as
the land was dry enough to i-ermll
It. Once or twice Inter no dragged
It. This I dune to keep a mulch on
the laud nnd kmp It from baking or
"The soil of our ranch la a dark
mountain Icaiii. beneath which Is a
llmtstono elay subsoil, The wheat
was produced without any artificial
mrans of sub-Irrigation though wo
have considerable winter snow which
helps preserve the whvut thiough thu
wluter. Wheat In this section sel
dom or never winter kills and never
heaves out by frost. The character
of the soil 's similar to that In all
of central Montana, particularly in 1
the Judith basin, the Crow Creek,
Smith Jttvor and Musclshell valleys.
There arc hundreds of acre's of simi
lar Innd open to homested entry In
As n result of his succers In rnldng
nud selecting wheat, Mr. Nash hat
been offered a position for the winter,
Installing the permanent exhibit of
tho Northwest Development Loaeuo
In 8t. I'nul. Ho has accepted nnd
will rorualu In St. I'nul until tlnio to
go out and produce another crop of
Archla 1'attlo to J. J. Hupp, ntto
soU, attsMsot;. sec 3-18-10.
llend I'ark Co. to I. V, Tolnion, Its
1C and 17. blk 222, 1st add., llend
Tho llend Co. to Hrnd Park Co.,
It 15, blk 30, Center add., llend.
Kenwood Promotion Co, to J. S.
Smith, It 17, blk f., Kenwood.
Free Fruit Land
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DON'T BE AFRAID OF U. S. GOVERNMENT CAREY
ACT IRRIGATION PROJECTS IN ORXGON.
Tc day of lrrrsKinlblc irrigation companies In this atate Is pant. When
the XoriliMrwt Totrnslte Company or 1'hllndelphln took over the PaUley
( Project In tmke County. It Knve the largest bond ever Riven In the stite
fifty lliouiiani dollars guarfli.teclnj; completion of the project. Kvery
three month it makes an Itemized statement of expemc to the Dncrt v
Iinil Iloaril. All of It advert lulng books, maps, contracts, sulmcrlplion
ngreement nnd literature I submitted to Uie Desert Itnd Hoard for In.
fcpiftlou In-fore bring; Isntinl.
T1IK li.NI M MiVKb. FItl.'KFHOM ItOCK. AND ISA IHCI1 VOT
CANIC AHII KOIIi. The climate I perfect for fruit, which now grown to
ix-rfcrtloii at Paisley.
Apples, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Prunes,
Contraction work upon the dam and rcucrtolr has now been In
progre for three month, with Thomna Hawthorn, Htnte Inpcctor, on
the ground. He wa formerly with tho U. H. (;oveniincnt ItccIamaUon
Ken Ice on the Umatilla Project.
Kcnd for 32 pugc llluitrated book, fio to Paisley by automobile
Mage from llend anil sec the Innd. Our agent at Paisley, Hugh K. Gil
more, will show you the land. It I free to those who pay the com of
putting' water on It.
Xortlivtrwt Twnlto Co. arc among the lnrgot taxpayers in Oregon,
ounlng townslte stibMllvlluns at Prlncvillc, Madras, Itetlmond, Hcnd,
lliirnn, Yale and nloo the Blo-ncre Corn rancli at Paisley, including a 30-bnrrcba-day
capacity flour mill, and general store.
Our bank reference are:
1-in.t Nntlonal Hank, Philadelphia. Ph.
Clrard National Hank, Philadelphia, Pa.
Commercial Trout Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
lntcmtatc Finance Cororatiou, Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchant' Trunt Co.. Camden, .V. 3,
Kecurlly Havings & Trust Co., Portland, Ore.
Addrm nil communications to our Portland oRlce, 001 Ycon nulldlnj;.
Write now. The average cot of water will be $10 dollars an cre.
We will give you a square deal.
Northwest Townsite Co.
308 Chestnut St., Phllsdclphls, Pa.
SEE OUR AGENTS IN BEND
HOMESEEKERS' LAND COMPANY.
IHSIT.K I'KKFUIi HOOK.
There Is many u time when a busi
nessman or anyone wnuts to find out
alxiut something and doesn't know
where, to look for Information. To
meet such emergencies Thu Portland
IVAhlni. 1it,i,rnlii tifl ImbiiaiI a
Handy Almanac, Encyclopedia nndl fr two-bits
Atlas that is an excellent book of
knowledge. It contains vast Infor
mation about government, popula
tion, commerce, agriculture, Industry
and whatnot all arranged so that
what you aro looking for la cally
found. There are maps, tables,
statistics, etc. The volume contains
21G pages and being bound In paper
I II. DEVARA10ND
Machine Shop and
Wo know how to do nil
Wntla of Machine Work,
. TRY US AND SEE.
AN "AUTO TRUGK STRAW RIDE"
Mlsteltoe Add to Zct of Kvcnl(.tf st
llounjt Folk Outlug.
Monday night nn "auto truck
straw ride." wn tho novel fenture of
n party given by Mrs. H, J, Todd and
Miss Lola Mqltny t,u 19 young people,
who went from llend In tho gasoline,
wagon to tho O. W, II. Hlley place,
rented by Mrcuud Mrs, W, I). McKay,
At tho rancli games wero pluyeu
and "wienies" cooked over it big upon
lire, together with other goodies.
According to reportH n popular part
of tho evening's entertainment wub
provided by the presence of much
mistletoe, which appears to huvo
conic In for n geuoroiiH ubo, Ono
young man, It Is mild, taking ndvan
tngu of thu fact tlmt l.oup Your Is
utmost over, took n dospornto chnnco
and planted himself huiienth n brunch
of thu mlsteltoe, chnltonglng any girl
to kiss him, ii "dure." that finally was
nccoptod, apparently, howover, with
no sorlous results to olther of the
Tho following wero presont:
Ethol Ilordou, Arrlo Hluck, Fred
I.ucub, Corn Sntlior, Cornelia Wilson,
E. M. Lara, Kthot Holmes, Quy Mc-
We do not Give Trading Stamps
fJBuy your groceries of
us, we can save you from
five to ten per cent. Trade .
where your DOLLAR
goes the farthest. ' "
L. 3. MISENER
Iter. E. C. Nowham, pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m and nt
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Ep worth League at C: 46 p. m on
Sunday. Choir practice Thursday at
7:30 p. m.
Write to tho secretary of tho Itiid
mond poultry show for a premium
l'st. Over ono hundred valuable
There will bo services Sunday,
January 5, ut 11 a. m. at the Star
Theatre, subject "Tho Conquering
Christ." Sunday schooliat IDRu m.
Ilible school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing sen-ice at 11, At this service
the pastor will preach the first of a
series of sermons on "The Christian
Church." Tho brotherhood Willi
meet In the reading room of tho pub
lic library at 3 p. m. A most cordial
invitation Is given to this meeting.
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching service at 7:36.' subject
"Why Some Men aro Not Christians.",
Edwin George Judd, pastor.
j HOT BREAD
WHERE SERVICE PREDOMINATES
Tho Largest and Dest Hotel in Bend
DIES OF PNEUMONIA.
Following a short Illness with
pneumonia, Mrs. Ilusha Amanda
Dyer, wife ot Howard F. pyer, died
at her homo in Kenwood Saturday
night at 9:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dyer
was 47 years of age. She' waa born
In Indiana. Surviving Is her hus
band and several step-children. In
terment was made Monday In Pilot
Dutte cemetery, In charge of Under
taker Nlswonger, The funeral ser
vices wero conducted by Rev. E. Q.
Judd of , tho Uapthu .church.
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