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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1913)
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BURNS MENWERE HERE
llntiicy Town to Hentl 'M Cnitt to C
U. 1. I'. Couvcitttou.
"Jimmy" Donnognn, Sam Mothors
liend and Tom llutton cnino over
from Durns In tlio lntit niunod'a auto
Saturday, Donnognn and Mothors
hcad going to Portland and llutton
up rlvor to look after shoop.
It was Mr. Mothbrshend'a first vis
it to Head, and he had all kinds of
nlco thlnga to say about It. Mr. Don
nogan, as usual, was enthusiastic
about Hunts. Head nntl Contral Orc-
Kon. Among other things ho said
thai when tho Central Oregon Devel
opment leaguo meets here next sum
mer Hums will send over SO ears of
led nt V. A. Metanii's Saturday, llo
'and Mr. McLean wcro formerly
uelRhbors nt Bherldnn.
Mr. nntl Mrs. Frank Donlavy at
tended mornltiR services at the lied
mond Hantlst church Sunday.
Mrs. lllnch nnd dniiRhtur,
Armoutn loft Monday morning for
an extonded visit nt SprlnRvlIIo,
Anna and John Donlavy vlBltcd at
tho Hlverstde Dairy ranch Sunday
Miss Uhodcs called on Mrs, L. 13.
Prlckett Sunday afternoon.
J. V. Wright has began to food
30 head of cattle just In from tho
range this week.
Miss Cora Mcl.cod visited Anna
Donlavy Sunday night.
Jesse Tothcrlow llnlshod proving
(Continued from page six.)
that tho meeting ho hold at a time
vhcn they can be presont.
Wm, II. Hanloy was In town last
Wednesday on his way to Ft. Klam
ath Agency. Ho Is dellvorlhg 1000
head of heifers to tho Agent.
Tho new editor of tho Lnplno
will toll you moro about him at some
futuro date, but wish him success fori
the present. I
M. F. Hawthorne and wife visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Demmlng, Mr.
nnd Mr. C. II. Clow and Mrs. Christ
Anderson last Sunday.
wo had a slight snowraii last;
night. Tho average dopth being i
nbout 1 Vi inches all over tho Ilasin.
It Is thawing fast nnd will probably
Gcorgo Alnytiold leaves tno rancn
for Ft. Itock with his cattlo to
morrow. Thoy will bo gone four or
five days. Tom I'arker aim Aiireu
ShulU aro helping.
Georgo will wlntor all his stock
in tho Ft. Kock country this wlntor.
FOR FAMILY USE
Clover Leaf Dairy
P. W. STAATS, Prop.
up on his homostend Saturday,
Hubert ltlchnrds enlted at V, A,
McLean's Sunday afternoon,
Henry and Carl llolmholti nro set
ting out rnspborry sprouts on thulr
much this week,
V. A. McLean received a very
plensluR present this weok. Ills
son-in-law sent htm four boxes of
lino apples from Shorldnn, Ore.
Leslie Wright put in somo rye for
Jesse Tothqrltnv this weok.
John Donlavy Is doing somo clonr
lug on tho Council Itldge farm this
V. A. McLean ban begun Ills plmv
Iiir. A short song servlco was hold at
R. W. Pratt's Friday evonlnir.
Mrs, V, A. McLean will soon tonvo
for an oxtendeu visit witn nor ciiud
ron In Shorldnn. Oro.
iL. K. Prlokett la painting his houso
HAMPTON BUTTE j
(Spoclal to Tho UulWln)
HAMPTON IIUTTR, Nov. 18.
Sovoral sottlcrs hnvo sown ryo dur
ing tho past weok.
llort Meeks and James Hrlckoy
Jr. aro In llend for supplies.
Had roads In Harnoy County hnvo
dolnyed travel. Most of tho auto
trucks hnvo had troublo to ronoh
Qnbrcll Hatonll Is plowing for
(Special to The Bend Dulletln.)
CLING FALLS. Nov. 17. Harry
Deckwlth has ronted and moved on
to tho J. A. Vosburg place.
Ira H. Fox and wlto spent tho
week-end In Mend.
Mrs. It. O. Snrousa was the
dinner guest of Mrs. V. J. Woods,
Mrs. J. It. Cochran called on Mrs.
J. D. Ilutlor Thursday afternoon.
Jesso Ileckwlth and wife oatne
down from Lnldlaw Saturday ovon
ing. Mr. neokwlth returned Sun
day evening, but Mrs. Ileckwlth will
visit- here for a fow days longor.
I H. Prlckott Is having a cistern
built ou his plsee.
Mrs. J. D, Uutlor met with n sorl
ous noeldont while on their homo
BtMd here. An axe fell on nor foot,
cutting It pretty badly. It will bo
some time boforo she can uso It
Mr. Post of Olst vlsltod at Prick-j
ctt's. Saturday. ,
J. K. Guttry of. Amity. Oro., visit-J
CORN SHOW EXCURSION
PENDLETON, DEC. 5th-6th
Low Round-Trip Fares
From All Stations In Oregon On the
Oregon -Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
Dec. 1 to 6
$1,000.00 In Cash Prizes
To bo given for the best Kxhlblt of Corn grown during 1913
In country tributary to tho O-W It. & N.
Kvery Com Crowcr should enter his products In thte contest.
Kvcry Farmer should attend these shows which are the Mrs of tho
kind over given by a Railroad In the Northwest far the benefit of
the psoplo and ooramunltlos along Its linos.
Ask Particulars of any Agent of the
O-W R. & N.
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UpiVE THIS MflpaSTUOy TJNVESTICnTE
,- Qlk-lJ Cftn I a T)n rtlll.utiuuMiiinnHimfjr. Th Un4 Its lltli, lri vslrnnW h fofitu
I Ol( OUOllIU 066 La JrlH6 tlon,uurKli,l lttl. h kouI .lr.lnK, ml rrll(nl itilnklns mmu
utt dec r lli.it to frtl. ThelifliilnlUtuI with tttul w.Ur tllil
can betutthtit lfjAoopcrnran raty lcrn. Ttif utioiimlliiciiHuiTtirl niuunltliuai full nl iikliit t uniUi ami Jutt Iht Uc
for a vacation. Ij I'lnr It only alioiil two year, olil, lit giown tapMty It ha a lttchont ylrm, two o holtlt, two M s.itfral
luercdandlic itoir. a ArttclaMllvrry antilml alalilr, anrrllnt ntnpitr (Iht !,a Ilua Inln Miunllii), one uf th iiiimI tuogrrMlrf
commrtrlal cluha In the tlatr--ami Ihlt club, by the way, hat lltuwn piuiwily and the tiatl yrar tirctcl Ihmon an Blliactlrv club houx
There arc IhrrctmallMw tnllli In tlic vicinity of U lltic. whl.h Ujut the hrgliinlti ollh. M tuinlieilii anU itiltllMi lmlnft thai will l
done here There ace goul unliit In mautifucttillns aul other I.ihIiicm Hurt hcrt In etlucallonal mttlert f. line It niirile II hat
a ttn-acr tchnol jak in Ihc heart of Ihe letUlcurc tritloit. ami now leache up to lh Iwellth Rtaile A CalholW chuidi hit Uen huill
here, ami other churchet art planning lo otabUah lheinlee, l.a line hit er li.ono available electric boric Mwer which the
owner. hae commenced la develop, ami which alone wouM biilbl a grnut tlieil dly The big area of farm latttl tributary to l.a PI lie would
alone build ami maintain a gornl aired rtly Th al liacttol lnnlr UlUiUrylo Ia I'lne would alone build a gool IimI city With th
coming oflhe twolHe rallinil rtein to La I'lue, which will be maiii. ilereUipineul In and around La I'lne wilt b l.UI. Ia, I'lu
can be reached l Or. Nor . N. V . U. W- K KK. and V V, Hya, You can inakr money by Inlying properly al La Tin In adetucc of the
raitioada. Olhera are doing ll. why not Y()l' WAKIl UP lolhe fact thai a tid. well-local, l town lu one of lh newctl ami bM aectlunt
of the Morthwett it loom! to grow rapidly, ami Vim properly ealu. willctlmbaccuidipgly Prlett now from hmui Thtlrrmt aitea.y
only a few dollar per month ou each lot You don't inlM h Money, but you toon aulr valuaM properly. Writ today for plat, ptlc.
LA PINE TOWNSITE COMPANY, La Pino, Oregon.
Meltable agenlt, with good bank refer tnret, wanted In ill paila oflhe Untied Main.
Mrs. M. V. Shotiimrd. nnd Carl
ItORors In Plowing for Miss llesslo
diss. Stauffor nnd Jsck Smith
moved A. T. Shaver's woll drill to
Mr. I'liikus' iilsee near Wagontlro
K. W. nillntn had a well drilled
It: feet (loop and water 'raised 39
feot. Me has a wind iihihii tireeted
and will not have to haul water n
he Iim don In the mst.
Horace Ilrooklngs, iMwlntod by T.
C. KwltiK. has Ihmii htylng In hu
winter wootl atiply.
John I'srry Is drllllRK a well on
hie claim nettr Olsns llutto.
Mlsees Alice llrcoklnHM and Marr
Stsuffcr Mient the week-end with
Miss Mary MoMnllln. who tutpaets
to leava soon tor her old homo In
Tokiiiun, Nob., on nn extonded visit. I
Miss McMtilllu will also visit In I
i Kansas boforo her return. I
i Horace Ilrooklngs will have a
turkey shoot on Hnturday, Nov. 21.'
(Keliil to The llHlletln)
I'UrCMONT. Nov. Id. Thsre
will bat a social Thanksgiving even
Itirf nt thti wjkwil houiw. Kvery
body Is Invited.
Mrs. r. M. 1'eare and l-rear-olil!
soh arrlred In Prtfinout the CO), '
cumloc by way of liketiew. I
J. II. I'm has his fall pIowIhk
flnlAlied nnd nil ready for tho seed
next spring. t
V. M. I'ensn nnd C II. Kent nro
plowing loo acres of land on K I-'
I'sttreaj s rniioh. in thn spring thvy
waHt to rrtw mts. wheat ouil rye.
Mr. I'ntter and John (llaiim hn
ben In the wmmI this week looking
up "shake" trees.
OtrorHti I'eyerl. tho blnrksiiilil'
has wade his own well drill, ana
hbt onglHH Is noV In llend. As mi
mm ll reachwt Krewoiit. Ueorge Mil
Ire a busy man. us thorn urw a iiuirf.
Iier of wells u drill. He wl,l dr luk
led. I'Mireo first.
The lint show of the season fill
John tthrtnati. deorge fiulld m I
"llsptry" lUttdy went dink b.ui. r.
it't v . n.
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FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property IfZl
conservative buyer that BEND ILEAL ESTATE Is a conservative investment
Ihe Bend Company
Office corncrHWaIl and Ohio Sts
D. E. HUNTER, Real Estate Manager
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