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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1913)
1H5NI HUIXKTIN, HKND, OttK., WKINKS1AY, HKPTRMUKK i lOllt.
BEND'S INFANT INDUSTRY
SHOWS STEADY PROGRESS
During Pnst Six Month 17 (JlrH ntul
11 11jn llnvo llecn Added to
Announcement wns modo tho flrat
ot March by Tho Deschutes UnnklnK
& Trust Co. that It would Klvo'n
bank book with a dollar donoslt
credited therein to cver,y llond-born
Infant botweon March 1 and Rontoro.
bcr 1 whoso nanio was presented to
Services 'Sunday at 11 n. m. and
8 p. in. Sunday school nt 10 n. in,
Kpworth Lcnguo at 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday at S p. in. Choir
practice Wednesday at S p. in.
Sunday school nt 0:45, preaching
nt 11 a. in. and S p. m. Brotherhood
at 3 p, m. Young peonlo's, mooting nt
7 p. in. Prayer meeting nt 8 p. in. on
Thoro will bo services Sunday at
10:30 n. m.
tho bnnk. It was ntatod that thla Wednesday. Choir practice Tnursuny
oiler was mndo to "encourago tho In-. evening nt 7:30.
The prediction was mndo nt that
time by The Uulletln that, with this
encouragement, the Industry would
no doubt thrive mid such seems to
have been tho case.
From tho tiles of the paper It la
found that 28 births have been re
corded ot children in or near Ilend.
Seventeen of those aro girls and 11
Ikjj's, tho record being as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Havemann, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Endrlcs, boy.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Thompson, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank llearn, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Mouret, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Putnam, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Overturf, girl,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. StaaU. girl.
Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Grlmos, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hatdn, girl.
Mr, and Mrs. A. It. Cooper, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. William Comstock, girl,
Mr, and Mrs. Ira II. Fox, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Slavens, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Catlow, hoy.
Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Uunnell, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Flsk, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Patterson, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kartmnn, boy;
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mctke, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. George Young, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Moore, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Stone, glrl.
Mr. and Mrs. Georco Spelndler, girl.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Nelson.. boy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jones, boy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood, girl
Twenty of these youngsters have
missed tho bank's golden (sliver or
piper. It may bo ) opportunity as
only eight have. presented themselves
for bank books. It Is now too late,
says Acting Cashier Minor, August
31 being the last day the offer held
HA1S1CS llKJ 1.KTTUCK 1IKAO.
Tho largest head of lottuco scon
In town this year was brought to
Tho Bulletin olllco last Thursday by
Mrs. Willis Dnnbcrry of Alfalfa. It
completely tilled a fruit box, meas
uring M inches In circumference U
was just a sample, .Mrs. unnocrry
said, of what can bo raised on their
FLORENCE Is Head's nenrcst son
port. In course ot a short tlma It
will bo connected with llend directly
by rail. It you wish to know nioro
about thla seaport, write
GEO. MELV1N MILLER,
1-23-Hp-Adv Florence, Ore.
I. O. O. V.
ltcnd lioilga No. Ultt
Regular Meetings every Monday night
J, K. Kngobrotsoii, N, G.
U. N. Hoffman, Secy.
M. W. OF A.
Pilot Ilutto Camp No. 0704
Moots every Tuesday in Sathor Hnll.
Visiting Neighbors always welcome.
W. W. Orcutt, Consul.
Martin R. Knutson, Clork,
Slv loaves of fresh brcnil for 2.V,
3 loaves of stale broad for 10c, chick
en bread flOc n sack. .American link
cry, Wall Street. New store. Ad 8tf
ROCK TEST IS GODD
Non. porous Lava Splendid for Road
Making, Says O. A. C Man.
Upon instructions of tho council,
City Engineer Young recently sent
samples of lava rock from Lava and
Pilot buttes to the Oregon Agricul
tural College to have tests made to
And out tholr valuo for road-making
purposes. A report has been receiv
ed showing that tho non-porous lava
is "suitable If properly crushed and
gradodl for any class of construction
mentioned In your letter. Its resis
tance to wear is only medium, but
for medium or light traffic would be
sufficient. Many water-bound ma
cadam roads an well as city pave
ments have been built In the stato
with similar rock and aro proving
Tho report states that the cinders
are too soft for any permanent Im
provement. Gravel from a pit three-fourths of
a mile from Rend was also sent to
be tested and the report says regard
"This gravel Is extremely hard and
would make a pavement suitablo for
the heaviest traffic Also, In addi
tion to the. abovo tests I examined
tho gravel as to Its suitability for
concrete. Tho sample tested showed
very little silt or other undesirable
mattor and I believe the material will
make very good concrete."
Tho city engineer also took up the
matter of paying and road making
with State Highway Engineer
llouiby, and In a letter Mr. Bowlby
states that ho will bo here In three
or four weeks and go into this In
(Continued from Pago Two)
cry Co. called on Powell Rutto peoplo
last week and received n number of
orders for orchard goads.
- Chris Site Is helping Doc llnyn
with his harvest.
Tho ranchers who havo threshed
are very well satisfied with crops.
Nearly everything so far has been
barloy, which has gone from 26 to
Carl Charlton Is training his run
ning horse for tho Prlnavillo fair.
Mr. Sheavor has returned from his
visit to Rend.
E. A. Russott, who sold his ranch
to Allan Iandraro lost year. Is back
on a short visit. He expected to re
turn to tils ranch at Hood River this
week but was held up by court-
LODGE NO. 10 U
K. of 1.
Meets every Wodnos
day evening at 8 p. in.
In Castlo Hall, E. A.
Bather Rldg. Visiting
Joe limes, C. C,
L. M. Mciteynolds,,
K. of R. ft 8.
REND LODGE NO. lilt)
A. P. A. M.
Meets on second mid fourth
Thursday evening of each
month. Visiting brothers
Davidson, A. M. Lara,
W. M. Becrotary
In tho Circuit Court ot tho Blnto ot
Orogon for tho County of Crook.
0. P. Putiiam, ptnlulllf, vs. Matt Mut
To Mntt Mutton, nbovo tiniuod do
fuiidnut. In tho pnmo of tho Stnto of Ore
gon, you are hereby reunited to ap
pear mid nnswor tho complaint llled
against you In tho nbovo entitled no.
tlott on or before Thursday tho 11th
day of September, 1013, mid you uro
hereby nottlled that If you fail so to
appear or answer, for want thereof
tnu piatutirf win apply to tho court
for n decreo to tho effect Mint tho
north halt ot lot 10 ot block 0 of
Rend, Crook county, Oregon, Is and
shall bo and remain tho absoluto
property of said plaintiff, free from
nil right, Interest or equity thoroln
or thereto on your part, or your holm
or assigns for judgment ngalnst you
to the effect that tho said (1. P. Put
nnm Is tho owner In tea simple of
said property nbovo described, and
that you havu no right, tltla or Inter
est therein and for tho costa and dis
bursements of this action.
This summons Is published In Tho
llond Rulletln for six successive
weeks In seven consecutive Issues of
said paper, commencing with tho Is
sue ot July 30, 1013, by order of tho
Honorable W, L. Urndslmw, J ml go of
the nbovo ontltlod court, which order
was mndo and entered on tho 30th
day ot July, lOl.'l,
VERNON A. FORRES,
21-37 Attorney for Plaintiff.
In tho District Court ot tho Untied
HtutcH for tho District of Oregon,
In tho matter of L. II, Mlsouor,
bankrupt Request for bids,
I will rucelvo sonlod bids for n
tdock ot inorGhnn&ie consisting of
grocerles.etc, situated nt lluml, Oro
gon, ot the Inventoried value of Jl,
f0t).(17, mid II tines pertaining to
saiuo of tho Inventoried value of
$.117, Up to and until 13 o'clock noon
on Tuesday, September 0, 1013, said
property being formerly thu property
of L. R. Mlsouor.
Certified check for 10 per cunt ot
tho amount offered must accompany
Halo subject to tlio approval ot tho
Inventory of tho property may bo
rtion nt my office and also at Rend,
Oregon, whoro tho property may bo
R. L. HA1II.N,
7 First st., room 8, Portland, Oregon.
Dated nt Portland, Oregon this
28th day of August. 1013. 2)1
HOME MADE CANDIES
Bakery Goods Home linked
Refreshing Sodas and Sundaes
Retail and Wholesale
Regular meetings hold by Rotid
Lodge No. 897 In Sathor's Hall on
tho first nnd third Thursday evening
each mouth. Visiting member of
order always welcome.
Mrs. G. W. 8hrlnor, Pros.
Margaret Schrcder, Secy.
Dond Lodgo No. 20S meets every
second and fourth Friday evening,
nthcr'a Hall. Visiting brothers
and sisters welcomed.
Mrs. Arlol UitUn, N. G.
Miss Lois Forco, Secy.
' ROYAL NK1GHRORH
Regular meeting on ilrst and
third Friday evenings at Sathor's
Mrs. Margaret Rates, Oracle
Mrs. Alfarctta Orcutt, Recorder.
ORDER ()V EASTERN STAR.
llond lodge meets In regular ses
slon on the Second and Fourth Mon
day Evening each month, In Masonic
Hall. Fannlo Farrls, W. M.,
Arrlo lllaok, Secy.
CAUSES BREf IN CANAL
Intoxicated Man Turn Extra Head of
Water Into North lateral.
A break In the North lateral of
the Arnold Irrigation Company's
system was caused last Thursday by
the turning of about two-thirds of
the entire flow of water ot the
Arnold canal Into the lateral. The
break occurred at the White place
east ot town. It Is believed that an
Intoxicated man caused the trouble
by placing a plank across the Pino
Forest lateral, thereby diverting Into
tho North lateral nearly all the water
tKat was flowing into the former
Aside from the expense of repair
ing the break, the misdeed resulted
In tho settlers along the North
lateral being without water for sev
eral days while repairs were being
WEST AND BOARD SQUABBLE
Governor Opposes TJme Extension for
Morson Project at La Pine,
The Morson-West controversy, of
several years' standing, Ib again in
tho public eyo. This time the Gov
ernor is pitted against the other
members of the Desert Land Board,
the crux of tho controversy being
whether or not there should be an
extension of time for completion of
the Morson Irrigation project at La
Recently at a meeting of the land
board which was not attended by
tho Governor, tho board went on
record as favoring such an extension
and made a recommendation to this
effect to tho Secretary of tho Interior.
This the Gov.ernor vigorously oppos
ed, and statements and counter state,
menta are being Issued by cither side
to tho squabble. The outcome of
tho matter will ho watched with
Interest by peoplo of this section.
Neat dance programs ,and fancy
program pencils b The BuUetln, In
nay quantity desired.- tf
Fire Insurance Policy of them all.
In the policies we issue you get complete pro
tection! No reason for worry! Payment of
loss PROMPTLY and without trouble to you!
For three years we hove been issuing policies backed by the
largest nnd strongest companies in the world policies that
gave you better protection than the ordinary agent gives, for
the reason that the ordinary agent handles insurance as n side
line and therefore uses forms furnished him by the companies.
Now there are hardly any two companies that use tho same
policy form and you are too apt to have insurance that is not
concurrent and in that case you cither don't get what you
should or have a lot of trouble in getting paid for an honest
loss. When we write all your insuranne each policy roads just
liko the other. Our policy forms cover items that you or the
ordinary agent don't think of until after the fire.
Jf we carry your insurance we dd not allow it to lapse
you are covered all the time. We write insurance for practi
cally all the larger insurers in Central Oregon, why not let ua
M. S. LATTIN m, CO.
Any Kind of Insurance Any Where.
Through Night Train Daily
Central Oregon and
iiirf 1 1 m yr
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS AND
FIRST CLASS COACHES.
TO CKNTKAL OltHGOX POINTS
LEAVE POItTLAND....7:QQ P. M.
Arrive Madras..' 0:00 A. M.
" Motollus C:1C A. M.
" Culyor 6:28. A. M.
" Terrebpnno 7:08 A.M.
" Redmond 7:23 A. M.
" Deschutes 7:43 A.M.
AIUUVE BEND 8:00 A. M.
1'ltOM CKNTItAL OltKGOK POINTH
LEAVE BEXD 8:0 I, M.
" Deschutes 8:48 P. M.
" Itedmond 9:10 P. M.
" Terrebonne..,,. 0:24 P. M.
" Culver 10:02. P. M.
" Motollus 10:20 P. M.
." Madras 10:30 P. M,
AIUUVE POIITLAND... 8:10 A. M.
Connections for Willamette Valley, Puget Sound, Spokane, Montana and
' all Eastern Points. Details and folders at office or by mall.
R. II. CROZIBR, Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agent Portland, Ore.
J. 11. CORBBTT, Agent Bend, Ore.
W C. WILKHS, Asst, Gen. Prt. & Poss. Agcnt, Portland, Ore.
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
Brick is absolutely lire proof in any ordinary conflagration.
Brick Buildings never burn, although tliey a rev sometimes
injured by fulling" timbers or combustible interior woodwork,
A brick building is absolutely lire proof if wire glass is used
in the windows and if burned clay lloors are used.
An interior lire in such a building is confined to the room in
which it originates; no outside lire can attack it,
The proportion of burned clay in a building construction
measures its lire proof qualities.
Burned clay is the only building material that has been
through the (ire before you get it, in such a manner that it will
resist lire. All combustible material is burned out of the brick ,
before you get it.
WHEN-Y0U BUILD USE BRICK.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
SEATTLE BEND PORTLAND
Original Townsite of Bend
Lava Road Addition
First Addition to Bend Park
Second "Addition to Bend Park
For Descriptive Literature, etc., address
BEND PARK COMPANY
455 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.
First National Bank Building, Bend, Oregon.'