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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1913)
BRNI BULT.KTIN, BRND, OflR., WKDNKRDAY, AUflURT UT, IBM.
Around The County
A Mb danco will bo given In tho
Mctollus Opera llousa nt Mctollus
Friday evening, August 29, by Mrs,
Spnrks nnd tho Hodmond band, In
dedication of tho now prospective
rnllrond from Mctollus to 1'rlnovlllo.
It Ib oxpoctod thnt n largo crowd will
accompany tho hand from Deschutes,
Redmond, Torrabonna and Culver.
Othora are expected from rrlnevlllo,
Lamonta nnd Madras.
FISH IX UKKS TIIH1VK.
(La Pino Intcr-Mountaln)
Fred ChlntalTcr of Kast lako re
ports tho 35,000 rainbow trout placed
In tho lakes a year ago as doing fine.
Those In Paulina lake, stocked nt
tho sanio thno with 10,000, nra
thriving equally well. Stnto Onnio
Warden Flnloy has shipped 26.000
mora trout for these lakes which
will nrrlvo at Uond In n few days.
Tho fish already there have grown
In ono yoar from fries to flsu from
Ave to ten Inches long.
FKKD FKOM IIKN1) DOKS IT.
Fred Hoxell has some Plymouth
Rock chickens thnt are strictly Jn
the CKK-Iaylng class. Ho has n small
bunch of them, but (they furnish
him and his wlfo with all tho eggs
they can use, and still thcro arc eggs
left over for tho neighbors.
DltV FXllMlNa KXPOBITION.
At Tulsa, Oklnhomn, from Octo
hor 23 to Novombor 1 tho Internat
ional Dry Farming Congress will bo
held In conjunction with tho Inter
national Soil Products Exposition,
A long lint of premiums has been
prepared containing prises for every
thing that can bo ralsotf In thla sec
tion of tho state. Any who aro In
terested in learning more about tho
exposition or tho rules for exhibit
ors -may boo tho olllclnl pamphlet nt
Tho llullotln offlce.
Tho City of Prluovlllo will recolvo
bids for ICC" lineal root of curb,
10.600 square feet of flvo-lnch con
crete Bldownlk, 4G3 squaro fcot of
flvo-lnch concroto roadway nnd four
teen GG-foot local basalt stono cross
walks, nil to bo built and complotod
on or before November 1, 1913. All I
bids to bo nccompnnlod with n cor
titled check for ono-tonth of tho to-
tnl bid and delivered to A. R. Dow.
man, Recorder, on or beforo Septem
ber 2, 1913. bids wilt bo opened
nt Council meeting sanio date. Coun
cil reserves tho right to reject any or
all bids. Prodlo and specifications
on file nt The Bulletin olllco or City
Engineer, Prlnovillo. 25
H. 0. Farrls, plaintiff, vs. J. 13. 8aw-
To J, 10, Sawhlll, Dofcndant:
In tho nnmo of tho Stnto of Oregon,
You nro horoby required to appear
beforo mo at my olllco nnd answer tho
complaint filed ngnlnst you In tho
nbovo entitled action on or beforo
September 4, 1913; and It you fall
to answer, for want thereof tho plain.
tiff will tnko Judgment ngalitHt you
for tho sum of $37.15, together with
Intorost thereon nt C per cent por an
num from Juno 15, 1913, nnd tho
costs nnd disbursements of this ac
This summons it published pursu
ant to an order of tna Hon. W, W.
Orcutt, Justlco of tho nbovo entitled
court, mndo nnd entered on July 32,
1913, directing thnt samu bo pub
lished for nix coiiBccutlvo weeks,
prior to Scptombor 4, 1913, In Tho
llond llullotln, first publication to Do
July 23, 1913. ROSS FARNHAM,
20-25 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Petri That Have Recently Dctn Fllctl
With County Clerk For Itecord.
(Special to The llullotln)
PRINEVHA.E. Aug. 26. Among
the deeds tiled the past week with
tho county clerk for record aro tho
Benjamin F. Rlfo to W. P. Vande-
vcrt, noU 2o-16-10.
Dradcomb Townslte Power & Irri
gation Co. to Wm. Qlnger, soft sovi
Tho Westerner Co. to C. J. Smith,
trustee. It 14, blk 22, Wlestorin.t
Kenwood Promotion Co. to W. H.
Ewln, It 1, blk 25, 1st add Kenwood.
It cupel 1 II. Mutzlg to J. M. Oter-
dorm, Jr., It S, blk 2, It 11, blk 15,
Clara L. Datten to Sadie E. Wo
nandy. Its C-7, blk 20, Rend. $950.
Jas. R. Benham to Fanny Rarkley,
ncU neU 32, nw nwU 33-1C-12.
M. A. DIack to City of Rend, neV4
In tho Justice's Court for Deschutes
District, Crook County, Stato of
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior, United
States Land Oftlce, Tho Dalles,
Oregon, August 2, 1913.
To Ralph W. Rovel, of Raymond,
Wash., Auburn, Wash., Contcstco:
Yon nro hereby notified thnt Jos
eph II. Wright, who gives Rend, Ore-
Through Night Train Daily
NEW STAIt ROUTE PROPOSALS.
WASHINGTON, D. C Senator
Chamberlain has been Informed by
the fourth assistant postmaster gen
eral that proposals win be invited
for service on all Oregon routes this
Central Oregon and
Hon, as hts postofflco address, did on
August 2, 1913, fllo in this oillco hla
duly corroborated application to con
tost and soctira tho cancellation of
your homestead entry No, ....,,.,
8orlnt No, 07700, made Nov. 39,
1910, for 8HNWU, NHWW, oc
Hon 4, township 20 H rnngu 1013.,
Wlllnmotto Meridian, and nn grounds
for IiIb contest ho alleges that 'laid
Ralph W, Hovel has failed to estab
lish IiIh residence on Raid tract; thnt
ha has failed to oultlvato said tract
or nuy part thereof nnd has aban
doned tho ttamo for more than six
months last past.
You are, thoroforo, further noti
fied thnt tho said allegations will bo
taken by this otllcu an having been
con roused by you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your ftitthor right to bo heard thero
In, either beforo thin olllco or on ap
poal,, If you fall to fllo In this ofllco
within twenty days otter tho
FOURTH publication of this notlco,
ns shown below, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and rc-
ponding to these allegations of con
tost, or If you fall within thnt time
to fllo In this offico duo proof that
you linvo sorvod n copy of your an
swer on tho snld contestant either In
person or by registered ninll. If
this service Is mndo by tho delivery
of n copy of your answer to tho con
testant In person, proof of such nor
vlco must bo either tho snlri contest
ant's written acknowledgement of
his rocelpt of tho copy, showing tho
date of ltn receipt, or tho allldavlt of
tho portion by whom tho delivery was
mndo stating when nnd whom tho
copy was delivered; If mndo by rgo
Istercd mall, proof of mieh servlco
must consist of tho allldavlt of tho
person by whom tho copy was mailed
stating when nnd tho pnstoiT.cn lo
which It was mailed, and this allldav
lt must bo accompanied by tho post
master's receipt for tho letter,
You should stato In your nnnwor
tho namu of tho jHmtofllca to whluh
you ricnlro future notices to bo sent
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Date of first publication Aug, 0,
Dato of second publication Aug. 13,
Dato of third publication Aug. 30,
Dato of fourth publication Aug. 27,
HOME MADE CANDIES
Bakery Goods Home linked
Refreshing Sodns d Sundae
Retail and Wholesale
WtJmmimJ UI1LUUI1 1 1 mill ill I
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
TOURIST SLEEPINQ CARS AND
FIRST CLASS COACHES.
TO CENTRAL OREGON POINTS FROM CENTRAL OREGON POINTS
I HAMPTON 1UTTE
(Continued from Page Two)
96 feet Mr. Perry Is now drilling
on bis own claim.
Mr. and Mrs. Whlttaker of Wil
lamette Valley are visiting their son.
J. O. Whlttaker, and their nephew.
I. Zlerolf. All took dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Brickey last Sunday.
and during the wtek an auto trip was
made to Burns, Mrs. Brickey accom
Tuesday, August 19. being Meriden
Aihbnugh's sixth birthday, bis par-,
ents Invited a few of their neighbors
to a birthday supper Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meeks nnd
children. Mr. and Mrs. Horhco
Brookings, Paul Brookings, Miss Eva
Michael and T. C. Ewlng. The next
day being Paul Brookings' blrthdav
tho same people gathered there and
ate Ice cream and watermelon '
Roy Fonts and Jim Wells left for
Bend this morning for supplies.
John W. Black and Oscar L.
Black have established residence on
their claims In section 30. H. O.
Farrls brought In two truck load
of lumber and supplies for thorn.
James Brickey, Sr., and James
nrown hve gone to Bend to work
for a while.
Mrs. V. D. Harris came In from
Medford and has Joined her husband
on bis claim In .Lost' Creek.
Miss Mary Stanffer of Lost Creek
valley Ms visiting relatives In this
LEAVE PORTLAND.... 7:00 P. M.
Arrive Madras G:00 A. M.
" Mctollus C:15 A. M.
" Culver C:2S A. M.
" Terrebonne 7:08 A.M.
" Redmond 7:23 A. M.
" Deschutes.... .. 7:43 A. M.
ARRIVE 1)ENI H:00 A. M.
LEAVE BEND H:!I0 P. M.
Deschutes 8:48 P. M.
" Redmond 9:10 P. M.
Torrebonne 9:24 P. M.
Culver 10:02 P. M.
" Mctollus 10:20 P. M.
" Madras 10:30 P. M.
ARRIVE PORTLAND... HMO A. M.
Connections for Willamette Valley, Pugct Sound, Spokane, Montana and
all Eastern Points. Details and folders at office or by mall.
R. II. CROZIER, Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agent Portland, Ore.
J. H. CORBCTT, Ajteat Bend, Ore.
W C WILKBS, Asit. Oen. Frt. & Pm. Agent Portland, Ore.
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ll Five Solid Reasons I
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
Brick is absolutely fire proof in any ordinary conflagration.
Brick Buildings never burn, although they are sometimes
injured by falling timbers or combustible interior woodwork.
A brick building is absolutely fire proof if wire glass- is used
in the windows and if burned clay floors are used.
An interior fire in such n building is confined to the room in
which it originates; no outside fire can attack it.
The proportion of burned clay in a building construction
measures its fire proof qualities.
Burned clay is the only building material that has been
through the fire before you get it, in such a manner that it will
resist fire. All combustible material is burned out of the brick
before you get it.
WHEN YOU BUILD USE BRICK.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
(Special to Tho Bulletin)
LOST CREEK, Aug. 19. The
homesteaders have been quite busy
with their baying and report a fair
O. R. Young Is now freighting be
tween Bend and Burns.
Mrs. Harris arrived last Sunday to
experience the delights of a homo
Bend DeWitt went to Bend last
Friday for a load of supplies.
E. Hester returned last Sunday
after spending several weeks in Port
land and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Best enter
talned a number of friends at din'
Mr. Yeck returned from a busi
ness trip to Bend Sunday.
Mrs. DoWitt was agreeably sur
prised by a number of her jaay
friends Monday afternoon, Tho af
ternoon was spent in conversation
and games and at 5 o'clock a dainty
tea was served. All enjoyed the af
fair very much.
S. W. nest returned Wesdnesday
to bis work at Paulina, after spend
ing a couple of weeks with his fam
Mrs. J, Porry bos been the guest
of friends here for several days,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stauffer made
a pleasure trip to Bend last week.
IVE solid reasons why each farm
needs a manure spreader are these,
in the words of a farmer who has
devoted much time to correct soil
fcedinc. 1. It saves disagreeable
hard work. 2. It pulverizes and mixes
manure mass. 3. It distributes manure
evenly over the field, insuring a good, even
stand of grain. 4. It prevents loss of nitrogen
through fermentation or leaching in the pile
when manure is hauled directly from the stable.
S. Indirectly, the ease with which It can be
' handled encourages the owner to care for the
manure and distribute it on the fields care
fully instead of wasting it.
I H C Manure Spreaders
will work uncomplainingly for years making
profits for the owners. You will find them all
styles and sizes, high and low, endless apron
I H C manure spreaders are exceedingly
durable, strong, correctly built to stand all con
ditions and all strains they may meet. Each
feature has its purpose. Up hill or down or
cutting corners, they spread all kinds of
manure evenly, in a light or heavy coat at
the will of the driver. The beater drive is
strong and simple, beater teeth arc square and
chisel pointed to pulverize the manure, and
the largediameter of the beater prevents wind
ing, The rear axle, carrying a large percent
age of the load, insures ample tractive power.
But see all these things yourself at your local
dealer's. Find your choice in the IHC line.
The dealer has catalogues for you, or, write the
bternatfoft&l Harvester Company of America
BEND PARK COMPANY
SEATTLE BEND PORTLAND
Original Townsite of Bend
Lava R.oad Addition
First Addition to Bend Pork
Second'Addition to Bend Park
For Descriptive Literature, etc,, nd dress
BEND PARK COMPANY
455 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash,
First National Bank Building, Bend, Oregon.