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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1913)
B&KD BULLETIN, BKND, ORK., WKDNK8DAY, OOTOBKIl in, IBifl.
CENTRAL OREGON CA
NAL BEING ENLARGED
Three Mile Stretch Kast of Itciul lie-
Ing Mmto Deeper nntl Wider to
Curry Bigger Flow to Powell
llutto DUtilct .Vr-vt Year.
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grades nnd 10G In the county high
The Central Oregon cannl which
carries water to the settlers at Pow
ell llutto, 1b being onlarged for three
miles by the Irrigation company so
that a greater heau of wator moy bo
carried to the lower end In order that
holders of land on tho segregation
may obtain patents. This has not
been possible as yet for nhy of them
In that district.
Work was started the first of tho
month nnd is being rushed to com
pletion before winter weather sets In.
A crew of nbout 25 men Is employ
ed. The canal Is being widened fivo
feet and deepened two feet. Tho
start was made at mllepost eight and
wilt extend to rallcpost 11. During
the tlmo of construction tho water Is
turned out of the ditch. Somo of tho
settlers aro already running short of
water In their cisterns and aro having
to haul from their mora fortunato
neighbors' stocks. The Bulletin
called up Manager Roscoc Howard at
Deschutes Monday and ho stated that
the company would turn water on
again Just as soon as possible, though
he was not able to give nny dellnlte
date. C. L. McCaulcy Is In charge
of the construction. Men and teams
with scrapers are moving tho dirt and
thre Is a crow hnndllng the rock
work. About n mile a month Is be
ing enlarged, Mr. Howard said.
The building of about 1000 feet
of small flume to carry water to the
lands In tho western part of the
Terrebonno district will bo started
next week, Mr. Howard stated.
CAN THKEH LAND
Cio eminent (St-nutH Petition of Horse
A petition signed by ltoiuestondora
living south of Horse Uldgo which
was recently sent to tho Department
of Agriculture asking that tlioy bo
nuoweu to inKO up inuro wuin Ju
arrcs ut In ml hns been granted. At
tho tlmo these- mon filed that partic
ular territory was nol Included In tho
enlarged uomogtonu nrca. It had
previously been In tho forest roftorvo
and when ellmlmited was not desig
nated us 320-acro claim land. A
number of tho settlers in towushlp
20, range 14, will now II I o on ad
ditional acreage provided thero Is
untaken land adjoining their original
Among those having claims In Hint
vicinity aro Messrs. Klger, Kvnim.
Culllfon. Mc.Noul, Smith and Hatch.
pontes took iinrt In tl'io International
polo tourunment at Spok .no during
tho fair lost month In which tho Port
land, players wore successful in win
ning tho championship. Tho ponies
used in tho Spokane tourunment wore
nearly nil selected nnd trained by Mr.
WIXTKH ItKSOKT KOlt PONIKH.
11. L. Tono arrived homo front
Portland tho lattor part of last week
with 23 polo ponies belonging to tho
Wnverly polo team. Eighteen of tho
MltS. TIIOItSO.VM KATIIKU !IUI.
O. A. Thorson received n telegram
Monday form hla wife stating that
her rather, J. A, Van Wle, died nt
his home In Minneapolis Sutulny uvo
nlnfc. Ho was 07 years of ago nnd
had been In falling health fur sumo
time. Mrs. Thorson Is expected to
return to llend next week,
tie ml llulletln.
DKHUIIUTICS 1.00013 NO. 103.
KNIOHTS OK PYTHIAS.
Whereas, Death has recently en
tered the homo of Mrothor llurnoy
Forrell and claimed hts beloved
wife, leaving him bereaved nt tho loss
of such n promising nnd bright life,
Whereas, this tudgo knows that tho
Heavenly Father, In his supreme wis
dom, doeth nil things best, therefore
lie It resolved, by Deschutes lxdgu
No. 103, Knights of Pythias, (hat wo
extend to llrothor Korroll our sincere
sympathy, nnd further
lla It resolved, that n copy of theso
resolutions ho snread on the minutes
of this lodge, a copy sent to llrothor
terroll nnd a copy published in Tho
Into tho humo of llrothor J. 10.
Ilngebretsou the Death Angel having
come and removed therefrom a most
beloved member, Mrs. A, W. Allgood,
leaving her relatives ileonly liurvuvoil
at tho loss uf such u sainted life,
Deschutes t.mlno No. 103, Knights
of Pythlns, uf llend, Oregon, extends
Its sincere sympnlhy to llrothor
uugonretson nun the norouvoil family
and prays that n loving Father will
comfort and console them; and fur
ther, Do it nuolvod (hat h copy of theso
resolution.! bt sprend upon the min
utes or this lodgo.u copy sent to
llrothor Kugebretson and a copy pub
lished In The llend llulletln.
DWSCIH'TKS I.ODUH NO. 103,
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS.
NOTH'li TO CltKIUTOHH,
lit tho County Court of the Stnto of
Oregon for tho County of Crook.
In the matter of thu estato of A.
F, Itamsny, doccased.
Notice Is hereby given by the
undersigned, duly appointed, quail
fled and acting administrator of the
estate of A. F, Hnmsay, deceased, to
tho Creditors nnd all persons having
claims agnlnst tho said deceased or
his estate to present tnem, verified
on required by law, within six mouths
nfter tho ditto of thu first publication
of this notice, to thu administrator
of said estate nt the. olllco of his at
torney, Vernon A. Forbes, In tho
First National Hank Iliiliillng at
llend, Oregon, tho sumo being (he
plncu for the transaction of tho IiiihI
nesH of suld enlnto in nald county
Dated this Kith day of October,
W. D. HAHNKB,
Administrator of the Kstate of
32-311 A, h Itamsny, decensud.
Contractor nnd Builder
Material furnished on
nny contract If re
quired. Careful flp
of buildings. Wooden
nnd Steel DridKca of
Norval L. Springer
All Work Promptly Attended to
Carmotly Urotlicrs Pool Unit
I J. J. RYAN l
STEAM AND HOT WATER
Promptly Attended to
ABANDON THATCHER MEETING
Good I toads Colonel Gets lllled nnd
QuitH Crook County.
The meeting that was advertised
to be held hero tomorrow night, with
Col. Charles W. Thatcher as tho chief
speaker, has bcon abandoned. All
arrangements for It had been made
and an address by Col. Thatchor be
fore tho schools and another at the
Orange Hall had been arranged for.
when last Thursday he showed up In
llend unexpectedly nnd dashed all
plans by announcing that ho would
have no more of Crook county.
.Last week ho spoke at Laldlaw nnd
later at Sisters. Tho people of Lald
law received him enthusiastically, as
did those of Sisters and, as Uend wns
preparing to do. Then he went to
Redmond, whero he had been adverV
tlsed to speak, but something riled
him ni.d ho threw up the engagement
without-even notifying President M.
A. Lynch of tho Good Roads Associa
tion, who has been h's chief support
er nnd sponsor. It is understood that
Col. Thatcher feels his reception has
not been sufficiently cordial In Crook
county both as regards finances and
enthusiasm, and In addition to that
the dimculttes In connection with the
ltond Issue croated by Judge Spring
er's actions, ho said here, made him
disgusted with the whole affair. At
llend a fat'subscrlptlon had been col
lected ror him, which It has been nec
essary to return to the donors.
Going at Reduced Prices for the
next 15 days, as I am preparing to
move into new quarters in the Mut-
zig block. Call and be convinced.
A. L. HUNTER
A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERY CUSTOMER.
Bond Street, Bend, Oregon
New York Gcln Only One (Jiuiic of
the Flic Played.
The Philadelphia Americans won
the world's baseball championship
series last week, the final game being
played 'Saturday, .ew York took
only one contest, this being on Wed
nesday when Mathowson shut out the
Athletics. The score was 3 to 0.
Philadelphia captured the first, third,
fourth and fifth games and the
series. Their batting ability was tho
main factor in the victories.
A bsseball extra was issued by Tho
llulletln Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday giving a full telegraphic ac
count of the game as soon as it was
over. The little paper, which was
probably the smallest "sporting
extra" ever issued, was distributed
around town by newsboys. A num
ber of the business men took adver
of Dry Goods now in, with many attractive of
ferings both in quality and price. Ladies'
Underwear and Sweaters also.
are tresh, and we sell them at rock bottom
prices. Quick delivery made by
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 arc used.
An interior fire in such a 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 Hre 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.
E. A. Sather
PRINEVILLE CONSIDERS SEWER
Will Amend Charter to Permit Ade
quate JJond Issue.
PIUNBV1LLB, Oct. H. Consid
erable Interest Is being manifested
here In the proposal, advanced by In
fluential citizens, that a sewer be constructed-
As an Initial -step at the council
meeting last week au ordinance was
pead and approved, submitting an
amendment to the city charter where
by the power of tho city to Issue
bonds for the purpose of supplying
water, light and a sewer system, may
bo raised from G to 10 per cent of
the clty'8.nsB0B3ed valuation. The
proposition will be voted on at the
regular 'city election to be held De
cember IS. The G per cent limita
tion does not provide enough funds
In case the cjty should decide at some
future date to put In n system.
At tho instance of some local bus
iness men, u. 12. Koon, who has had
charge of the construction ofjiend's
sewer, has beorr here looking over
Uio ground. ,
Tbre.e hundred and seventeen pu
pils are attending school In Prlneville
D. D. D. Opens New Era
in Cure of Skin Disease
rrofeseor Radlane case of eczema
Wan known to almost every hospital
end physician of reputation throuKhout
the tale of Connecticut. Ills letter I
another Intertmtinif demonstration of
-what Is being accomplished by the
famous speeinc V. V. I)., Prescription.
"It may be of Interest to you to know
that our llfe-i:lvlnir preparation, It.
V. V. Prescription has been of Incal
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with eczema from bead to foot when
I boran uslnjr your remedies. I could
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Sand means. I applied but two bot
tle of the Prescriptions a cure was
ejected In & very- short time. In less I
than on month." Prof. C. J. Budlomr.
South Lyme, Conn.
Ask any druggist today for D IX D.
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tho itch Instantly and soon thero am
elgnn of cure.
Wo havo handled tho romedy for
years and ressrd It oji tho spealno for
akin trouble of all kinds. Corno In or
ask us about D. P. D. Prescription,
also about I. V. V. soap especially
for tender skins.
Wo offer tho first full size bottle
on tho guarantee that unless it stops
the Itch at once, It costs you not
Patterson Drug Company.
ica Axle Grease
forms a thin film of ground Mica on the axle,
thereby furnishing a perfect bearing surface.
Jf renewed occasionally, you have an easy
pulling load always. Dealers everywhere.
Why Should Everyone
Because, the man who owns ti home or is trying to pay for one bought on
the installment plan makes it better citizen, and is entitled to more credit and
respect than the one who has no home, nor is making the necessary effort to get
one. A home speaks to the heart, enlists the sentiments, ennobles the possessor.
If one buys right, he will know that his property is steadily increasing in value
while he occupies it. This is especially true ANYWHERE IN BEND.
You can buy RIGHT from us because we have nearly every addition in town
. nnd can show you lots anywhere you might wish to look. Here is our list:
Original Townsite of Bend
Lava Road Addition ,
y North Addition
First Addition to Bend Park
Second Addition to Bend Park
For Descriptive Literature, Information, ec, address
BEND PARK COMPANY
455' Empire Building, Seattle, Wash,
First National Bank Building, Bend, Oregon.
this year. There are 211 In the