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HUN!) IlVLIiKTIN, I1KND, OlUC, WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMIIKR IT, 10111.
THE BEND BULLETIN
(PnhlMicil Kvory Wednesday)
015011018 PALMER PUTNAM.
' Kdllor ami Publlahor.
U. N. HOFFMAN
110UEHT W. SAWYER
, An Indopondont nowspapor atand
Ins for tho square doal, clean bual
ncw, clean politics and tho best In
terest ot Bond aud Central Oregon.
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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17. 1M3.
STATE AID AND THE 0. O. I. CO.
.Qlisorvors of tho affairs ot tho Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Company havo
long scon tho tlmo coming when sonic
outsldo agency would havo to toko
over ono or moro of tho units whloh
tho company Is developing. When tho
stato undortook to finish tho rccla
motion work begun by tho Columbia
Southern company, It was looked on
as a precedent and as that work has
progressed It has frequently been
suggested that the stato might wise
ly turn Us hand next to completing
Borne of tho work on the east sldo of
the river. At Latdlaw last summer
Governor Went spoko ot this as a de
sirable thing for the state to do.
Now tho first step has been taken by
the company In making tho proposi
tion roported-clsowhero In this paper.
The Central Oregon company Is
deserving of praise tor tho results
It has been able to accomplish since
It began Its activities in Crook coun
ty. As Mr. Stanley said, In his let
tor last weok. It "went Into tho wil
dorness" and much ot Umt wlldorncssj
Is now turned Into fortllo farms that
moan homo and n good living to
many peoplo. So far as tho company
has completed Its program in respect
tp Us lands, It has given no cause for
complaint and. we assume, earned
n fair return 'on Its Investment. Rut
there bas been trouble and In point
ing It out wA have no deslro to mako
of Mr. Stanloy'a company the goat he
Tho trouble has arisen because tho
company, to uso a homely phraso. has
bitten' off moro than It could chew.
It has set its teeth in all the apples
In the box, hoping thereby to mark
them as its own and to return tothclr
complete mastication at a later time.
Here and here It has returned to a
second attack, but the whole project
shows loose ends everywhere. The
North canal Is unfinished, tho Cen
tral Oregon canal Is in process of en
largement, the nenbam Falls unit Is
untouched. Hardly a settler but
finds bis water supply Insufficient and
there are some who bought years
our gamo resources wlsoly. Thoro
aro many golden eggs In thnt goose
It wo do not kill her too noon.
"John Toolo, business manager ot
tho Patterson (N. J.) Call, Is very
sick. Ho Is also a mombor ot tho
Now Jersey tax assessment board,"
says an exchange. Ho must havo
sprung a GG-mtll assessment and
hoard what tho peoplo said about It.
Ho, yo knockers ot Central Oregon
weather! What think yo of theso
December daysT Aron't they & bit
like a certnln pnradlso wo havo boon
told about? They are, wo think.
Fourtoen days moro loft In which
to prepare thoso resolutions which
you will swear to on tho let and
sower, too, on tho 3rd.
QUITS TOBIMNS FLESH
Rill VandoVcrt Says Ho FeeN u Ixt
After chewing tobacco for 43 years
W. P. Vandovert has null to stay
quit. Ho camo down from tho ranch
Inst week and had got so much fat
ter that ho looked like almost n dif
Hill says it was n hard Job to cut
loose from the weed after using 11
so long, and at first ho even dreamod
about tobacco. Now, howover, h.i
has got tho upper hand ot tho hnhlt
nnd has no hankerings to in Imc'.c
tn tho otd way. Incidentally, ho has
pilncd 19 pounds and his health Is
NORTH PORTLAND. Dec. 17.
Receipts for the week havo boon:
cattle 1656, calves 29, hogs 7402,
An exceptionally good class of cattle
wore handled all week, tho feature
ot tho latter part ot tho woek being
a vory largo number ot grass cattlo
from Central Oregon. Top steers
went to 8 cents. Ono of tho largest
days for receipts was Monday, when
nearly 4000 head worn unloaded.
Notwithstanding, llqu I d a 1 1 o n was
prompt and tops, 14Q0 of them, went
nt 8 cents, which price romalned
standard (or tho week. Outlook
steady. Sncop continued strong,
both as to numbors and prlco. Sales
have been brisk. Outlook continues
firm. Tho Iamb market Is very steady
with an cxtrcmo prlco at $6.25 for
ago and yet have no water for Ir
rigation. By making the offer to turn over
the North canal unit tho company
admits Its Inability- to carry it to com
pletion, and by tho same token, the
other portions of the systom, unless
the' offer Is taken up, for the funds
received from its transfer are in turn
to he used by tho company to com-;
PlUte Its other work. Viewed from
tills angle, various questions arise.
It Is all work that should bo done '
for the development of this section of
the country and to complete the con
tracts made with thoso who have pur-,
ohased lands with tho expectation of j
seeing water brought to them. Rut'
felioHld It bo done In just this way? I
If this offer is accepted It means that ,
(ho stato or tho United States will
bo furnishing money to tho company!
with which to continue its business1
and at the same time entering into I
competition with it in tho rcchhna-l
Hon of land and the salo of water I
rights. Is it wise to do this? Is It
howry to maintain two organiza
tions side by sldo doing the same sort
"f work? Would the now money
serve to complete the other projects?
In shorjt, " "l0 8,,te I to put up the
mone. should it not oversee all tho
FIXE STOCK IMPORTED.
Tuesday morning O. A. Rradloy of
tills city received a car load of 32
Guernsey holfors, shipped from Ge
noa Junction. Wis. They are all
high grade tuberculin tested, ana se
lected with great care from tho boat
herds of southern Wisconsin. An
undo of Mr. Hradley'a, who has been
In tho stock business for many years,
selected and shipped them.
QUICKER FREIGHT SERVICE.
Reglnnlng last Sunday the Oregon
Trunk changed Its freight service
so as to make delivery of shipments
from Portland and other points at
Rend 24 hours earlier. Formerly,
Friday's shipments arrlvod at Rend
tho following Monday, and the new
change will majce Friday a and Sat
urday's shipments arrive at Rend at
the same time, gaining 24 hours ov
er tho old schedule There tuis also
been placed Into service a refriger
ator car leaving Portland every Wed
nesday evening, arriving at Rend for
Friday's delivery. Perlahablo goods
can bo loaded into this car up to S
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
E. W. Richardson to Millard Trip
iott, SE-NE section 3-18-12.
Thomns Tweot to Deschutes Con
tract Co., water and powortflghts In
Thomas Tweot to Con. Oro. Irrl.
Co., right ot way tor ditch across SE
NE, 8ft NE, NW SB 29-17-12.
Honry Ltnstor to Con. Oro. Co.,
easement across tract In section 29,
and section 32-17-12, 760,
Kenwood Promotion Co to Nottlo
H. Tanaoy, Its 19-20, blk 1, It 3 and
WIG tt It 3 blk 14, Kenwood.
Stnto to Charles W. Allen, 8W NW
Nor. Pac. Ry. Co. to Alfred D.
Daniels, SW. 8V 27-10-10 $490.
Hownr M .Tumor to Robinson A
Hunter Ito 6-6-25. blk 4, Its 3-4-8
blk 3, depot add to Madras.
Chas. M. Mudd to May Wallace It
4 blk 3, Latdlaw.
L. D. Wlest to Mrs. Susie Cnlor Its
7-8 blk 26, Wlestorla.
Nelson Van Husktrk to I. L. liar
ader NE NE 14-16-13, $2800.
Josophlno D. Redmond to M. A.
Lynch, It 23, blk 46, Rodmond.
Annlo S. Oslrorn to Howard W.
Tumor SE NE 10 NE NW 11-12-11.
Jnno Coul y to Sarnh A. Goodman
SW NW, KM Stt. U.-1S-1G, $700.
NW Trust & Safe Deposit Co to
II. E. Rlack SW 8V 1G-20-1C, $200.
Northwest Trurtt & -8afo Deposit
Co to II. E. Rlack SW NE 16-21-18
Rend Park Co. to Robocca E. Dow
ning It 1 blk 10 Rend Park, $200.
Rend Park Co to Robocca E. Dow
ning It 3, blk 123, 1st add Rend Park
C. M. Youmnns, trustee, to Rogors
Youmans Lumber Co., about 36,000
State to Chas. Duiand 8W BW 5-18-13.
Rend Park Co to Willis R. Cox. It
18, blk 102 1st add Rend Park. $160.
Sheriff to Guy Scars WH SW 36-16-14,
shown nbovo. (This Information
, Is required from dully noWHtmpura
(8lgnod) U. N. HOFFMAN,
Sworn to nnd subscribed before mo
this 10th day of December, 1013.
Seal ROSS FARNHAM,
Notnry Puhllo for Oregon.
(My commtsHloii oxplroa Juno 4,
NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION,
Department of tho Interior, U. 8.
ltnd omco nt Tho Dallos, Oregon,
November 13. 1013.
Notlco Is horoby given that
Robert R. Gould, whoso poatoftlpo ad
dress Is Rend. Oregon, did, on tho
20th day ot January, 1013, filo In
thin omco sworn statement and ap
plication, No. 011100, to purchase
lots 2 and 3, section 19, township
17 south, rango 12 cast, Wlllamotto
Meridian, and tho timber thcroou,
under the provisions ot tho net of
Juno 3, 1878, nntl acts nmondntory
known as tho "Timber nnd Stone
i.av, ai such valuo as might bo fixed
by appralsemaut, aud thnt, pursuant
to such application, tho land nnd tim
ber thereon havo boon nppmtsed Ono
Hundred Seventy-Six Dollars, tho
tlmbor estlmntod 125 M. board foot
at $0.76 per M., and tho lnud $81.00;
that said applicant will offer llnnl
nroof In nuniHirt of Ills implication I man has iilmuiloiioil "l t'lilry for
nnd sworn statement on thn 24th moro limn Mx monthe Inst past, tlmt
ho linn novnr eoiwtruclMl on muu mud
n hnliltiihlu Iioiiho nor niiy othor Im.
provomonts other tliitn (ho millhV
Hon of n tract nut to oxcoud ton
You nro, (lioroforo, furllier notified
that thn nnld allegations will bo taken
as confessed, and your wtld mijry
will hn canceled without fiirtiror '
right to Ito hoard, otthor boforo this ,
o III co or on appeal, If you fall t6 Qln
In this omco within twenty days offer
tin FOURTH publication or tins
day of January, 1014. boforo II. (J.
Ellis, U, H. Commissioner) nt lloml,
Any person Is nt llhurty (o protest
thin purehnso boforo entry, or lul
tlato n contest ut any limn boforo pat
ent Issues, by filing n corroborated
nllldavlt In thin olllco, alleging facts
whloh would dofent thn entry,
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Intorlor, United
States l.and Ofllcos Tho Dallos,
Oro-goii, Nnvombor 18, 1013.
To Russell Darker ot Rend, Oregon)
You nro hereby notified thnt Frank
llurwlts, who gives o-o E. E. Parker,
Rend, Oregon, as his poRtomco ad
dress, did on October 31, 1013, filo In
this omco his duly oorrohornted ap
plication to contest mid securo tho
cannellatlon of your hnmoataad entry
No. , serial No, 09870, made
January 26, 1912, for SHU. see. 3.
township 20 h., range 14 oast, Wil
lamette Meridian, and an grounds for
his contest ho alleges (hat snld entry-
notlco, as shown bnlow, your nnswnr, i
under oath, specifically respondllig
to theso allegations of content, to
gether with dun proof (hat you havo
nerved a copy of your answer on Mio
snld contestant either In person or
by' registered mall.
You should stato In your answr
thn namo of tho post ofllco to which
you dnslro future notices to bofcmit
to you. I
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Dnto or first publication Nov. 2(1,
Data of second publication Deo,. 3,
Dato of third publlonttou Dee, 10,
Onto of fourth publication Deo, 17,
Statement of tho Ownership, Manage
ment, Circulation, Etc.,
required by act of August 24, 1912,
ot The Rend Bulletin, published
wcokly at Rond, Oregon, for October
Name of- Postofiloo Address
Editor. O. P. Putnam Rend. Oro.
Managing Editor, V, N, Hoffman,
Business Mauagor, U. N. Hoffman,
Publisher, G. P. Putnam, Rend, Oro
Owner, G. P. Putnam, Rond. Oro.
Known bondholders, mortgagees and
other security holders, holding 1
por cent, or moro of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or othor se
curities: (If thero aro nono, so
Average number of copies of each Is
sue of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through the malls or oth
erwise, to paid subscribers during
tho six months preceding tho dste
HEXEFITK LOCAL PEOPLE.
Rend peoplo have discovered thai
A SINGLE DOSE of almplo buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded
In Adler-l-ka, the German appendi
citis remedy, removes gas on tho
stomnch and constipation AT ONCE.
The Patterson Drug Co. Adv.
and Straight Pianos
Come in nnd henr the beau
tiful toned S. W. MILLER
PLAYER PIANO. Sold at a
very moderate price. . Also
. M. Thompson
Come in and see
our new line of
They are nifty and
the prices and ar
range n Bitting.
We aro sure we can
please you. Bo sure
to be in time for
With uew' varlettos of trout In her
Htreams and, pheasants In tho fields.
Central X)regdu Is booomlng moro of
u sportsman's paradise than ever.
Rightly used, theso advantages wjll
moan much to this part ot tho stato,
not only In providing sport and re
creation for local residents, but Ii
umsujUnu hunters from othor mo
tion. Certain states in the pant
reckon tho amounts left with hotel
keepers, guides aud summer canijiB
by visiting sportsmen In the millions
of dollars. In the samo manner
tlipjuands ot dollars will be brought
nqrgih tho years to come It wo treat
1c A WORD
IS ALL A LITTLE
WILL COST YOU
OWN YOUR HOME.
IT'S EASY. 1 will build to your order any kind of
a building you may want. You can pay part now
and the balance in monthly payments to' suit. SAVE
K. P. MADSEN,
Contractor and Builder, Deschutes, Oregon
Stop the LossFires are Unnecessary
Brick is absolutely fire proof in any ordinary conflagration.
Brick Buildings never burn, although they arc sometimes
injured by falling timbers or combustible interior woodwork.
A brick building is absolutely (he proof if wire glass is used
in the windows and if burned clay floors are used.
An interior fire in such a building is con lined 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 MUCK.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
METROPOLIS OF .
DO YOU ItKALIZK TIIK HAPID HTIHDKH THAT I1KXO IH MAKI.NO?
1K YOU KVKIt BTOl' TO COMI'AUK IIKNO'H OHOWTII AND HI.
PIIOVKMKNT WITH OTIIHIl XKW TOWNH VOL' KNOW?
DO YOU UKAM7.K THAT IN TWO HIIOItT YKAIIM HKNII HAH
UllOWN FKO.M A SMALL COINTIIV TOWN OK FIVIJ OH MIX IIU.V.
IHKI I'KOl'LK TO A WIDK AWAKK, UI'.TO.DATK LITTLK CITY Ol'
TWKNTY-FIVK IIU.VDItKD. I1KND HAH IH'ILT OVKIl FOUIt IIU.V.
IlllKI) HKHIDKNCKH IN TIIK LAHT TWO YKAIIH. IN TIIK LAHT VKAH
HHK HAH IIUIIT HIX HUIWTANTIAL IIIIICK Oil HTONH IIUHINKHH
IILOCKH, CONTAINING! FII-TKKN HTOIIi: HOOMH IIWIIUH ADDITIONS
AND IMI'HOVHMKNTK TO OTIIKIt III'ILDIMIH. Mill HAH jUHT COM.
I'LKTKI) A MOIMIItN HKUT.lt HYKTKM AT A COST wF $711,000. IH
JUHTHTA11TINOON A iM,000 HCIIOOL IIOIHK, TIIK ISONDS FOIl ,
WHICH HOLD A WAV AIIOVK PAH, HAH (JIIAIIKD IIKIl HTHKKTH AND
IIAH Jl'HT INHTALLKI) AN UP-TO-TIIKOIINl'TK HYhTKM OF CLUHTKIt
t.'t.t.'lYrtHil I I11IITIVI
!H), YOU KNOW OF ANOTIIKH TOWN TO COMPAUK WITH IIHUJ
HKND'H IMPHOVKMK.Vr AND OKOWTII IH JUHT lIlJOINNINO. N?
OTIIHIl TOWN ON TIIK .MAP OFFKIM A IIKTTHIt Oil Hl'HKIt HKWAIIlT ,
WK AHK OWNKIIH OH K.VCLlMIVK AOKNTH FOIt TIIK FOlftoWlNU
IMIOPKUTY WHICH COMPIllHKS TIIK MOST DKHIHAHLK I.V'llHND.
Original Townsite of Bend
Lava Koad Addition
First Addition to Bend Pork
Second Addition to Bend Park
Wo Invito Von to Call or Write for Further Infornuitloii
." .Mutter, Miim, Ktc,
BEND PARK COMPANY
v 455 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash.
First National Bank Building, Bend, Oregon.