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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1914)
HKN1) UUIiLKTIN, I1KND, OIIK., WKUNKHDAY, JANUARY II, KM I.
Hcnil llni WWto Wny Thnt Attract
Twenty-four cluster street lights
hnve now been Installed In Uoml, giv
ing the. city n "white wny" thnt nt
trncts much attention on tho jmrt ot
Thoso lights hnvo lieen put In nt n
cost of about $1260 to property own
era, tho cost of each cluster being
about J52.G0. In addition tho llcml
Water Light & Power Co. ha3 been at
an cxwenso of about $10 a cluster In
making connections, making the total
uxpcnuiture for the system about
$1600. Tho cost of maintaining Is
iKirne by tho city, each cluster requir
ing a monthly outlay of S2.0S. Tho
threo arc lights at Wall and' Minne
sota streets, Wall and Oregon and
Oregon and llond hnvo boon taken
out, thus saving tho city $24 a month.
On Wall street thoro arc S clusters,
on Orogon 9, on llond C and on Min
COMMERCIAL CLUB ELECTS
Oftlccrs For Coming Year C!iocn Fri
Tho annual meeting of the llend
Commercial Club was held at the
council chamber Friday ovenlng and
officers for tho year elected. A re
port was submitted showing that tho
club has practically liquidated Its In
Thoso elected at the meeting wcro:
J. P. Koycs, president; J. C. Hhodes,
vice president: C. M. McKay, secre
tary; e. si. iara. treasurer: c. s.
Hudson, H. W. Skuse, U. C. Coo,
directors. Mr. Rhodes declining the
office of vice president, A. U. French
was chewen, and Dr. Coo declining
tho offlco of director Floyd Dement
was chosen to fill the vacancy.
Manager Gould stated that during
the year just closed tho remaining
Indebtedness of tho club has been
very nearly wiped out.
REED PU1TINGJII PLANER
Lumber Will Do Finished nt Planer
Work Is under way on a planer
mill to be located In J-ytle near tbo
Standard Oil Company's plant. It
la being put In by J. E. Reed for the
purpose of finishing lumber cut by
his mill locatod southeast of town a
The Bend Water Light & Power
Company -Is erecting a pole line to
convey current to the planer, which
will be operated by a 20 horse-power
electric motor. The plant will be
ready to begin operation In a short
be used, and If n bucccss tho delivery
of water upon tho fertile grain Holds
will be a great boon to tno runners
NORTH PORTLAND, Jan. 0. Re
ceipts for tho wook hnvo been: cnttlo
1604, calves 2, hogs f.318, sheep
9174, Tho receipts hero last Mon
day Included SCO cattle, 2200 hogs
and GC00 sheep. This wna tho lar
gest slnglo dny'a .rccolptB slnco tho
stockyards wcro established In Sep
tember, 1909. Swine and sheep prices
stnrtcd off tho week In a vitrong po
sition, and In some Instances advanc
ed sharply over recent lovols, but cat
tlo values wero spotty, duo to wide
range In quality and a narrow outlet.
Ono load ot prime steers sold nt $8
and n few nioro nt 17.fi 0 to $7. ST..
Tho remainder of medium cholco
beeves averaged from $7.45 to $7,70.
Demand has boon slow for steers and
buyer's bldn forced. Killers hnvo a
good-sited surplus on hnnd and It re
quires extra cholco beef to bring
$7.25 to $7.(0. uutchor stock Is In
better demand than Bteers, but Is
not as Arm at the cud as It was nt tho
beginning. Packers are short hnnd
cd on choice she stuff, which has
been a scarco article. Heifers aro
firm and bulls and stags found quick
sale. Heof prlco tendency is weak,
demand slow nnd outlet nnrrow. Over
G000 swine hnvo arrived on tho mar
ket In six days, but tho tnulo has ab
sorbed tho supply at steady to higher
prices. The bulk of primo light hogs
has been selling from $S.OO to JS.10
with a few loads at $$.15 to IS. 20.
Outlet narrowed Friday, when anoth
er big supply camo In on tho week
end stock train. $8.05 was top price
up to Friday noon. Tho sheep mar
ket Is showing Improvement as tho
winter wears along, nnd while liqui
dation was record-breaking, outlet
was broad enough to discount it nnd
both mutton and lambs sold higher.
Prime weathers rcallio from $5. CO to
$6.50 and ewej $4.25 to $4.50. Lambs
brought $6.55 at market's close and
there Is an unsatisfied call for fancy
stock at that price.
fled thnt tho Bald allegations will bo
taken by thlH office as having boon
confessed by )ou, nnd your Bald entry
will bo canceled therouudor without
your further right to bo hoard there
in, cither beforo this ortleo ur on an
peal, If you fall tti lllo In this olllcn
within twenty days nttor tho
FOURTH publication ot thin notlco,
as shown below, jour anawor, under
oath, specifically moating and ro
Hpoudtug to thoso nllogattouH of con
test, or If you fall within thnt tlmo to
lllo In this olllco duo proof thnt you
hnvo served n copy of your nnswor on
mo said contestant In person or by
registered mall. It this sorvleo Is
in ml o by tho delivery ot n copy of
your answer on tliu Bald conicstnnt
In person, proof ot such sor
vleo must bo either tho snld contest
nnt's written acknowledgment ot his
receipt ot tho copy, showing tho dntu
of Its receipt, or tho affidavit ot tho
parson by whom tho delivery was
made stating when and whoro tho
copy was delivered; It mndo by regis
tered mall, proof of such sorvleo must
consist of tho affidavit of tho person
by whom tho copy was limited staMng
when nnd the postofflco to which It
wns mailed and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho pOBtmastur's
receipt for tho letter.
You should stato In your answer
tho name of tho poBtoftlco to which
you desire further notices to bu sent
H. FRANK WOOnCOUK,
Unto of llrut publication Jan 7th,
Ditto of second publication Jnu 14,
Dntu of third publication Jan 21,
Dnto ot fourth publication Jan 28,
COURT INSPECTS ROAD WORK
Ten Days Will Ho Required To Finish
Improvements at North Canal.
Members of the County Court were
over Sunday and looked over the
work being done In changing the road
at the North canal. In the party
.were Commissioners U ay ley and
Brown, Sheriff Elklni and Deputy
Van Allen and County Assessor Fos
ter. Road Supervisor Elder has a force
o' 10 men at work, i.nU in about 10
days the Improvements will be com
pleted. The building of the bridge
across the canal is In chance ot M.
5 J. J. RYAN
I SANITARY PLUMBING !
$ STEAM AND HOT WATER 5
t HEATING 3
Promptly Attended to J
XOTICK OF COXTIST.
Department of tho Interior. United
States Land Office. Tho Dalles, Ore
gon. December 29. 1913.
To Maurlco P. Powers of Bend. Ore
You are hereby notified that David
A. Ames, who gives Bend. Oregon.
care of C. S. Benson, as hit postoffico
address, did on December 15th, 1913,
file In this office his duly corroborated
application to contest and secure tho
cancellation of your homestead, entry;
No. . .. Serial No. 08884, mndo Mav
stn. lsn, ror nhnevi, nwv. NMi
SWU. Section 21. Township 20. S.,
Range 20 E, Wlllametto Meridian,
and as grounds for his contest he
alleges that Maurice P. Powers has
wholly failed to establish his resi
dence on said land, has totally fail
ed to cultlvato and Improve same as
required by law and hns abandoned
the same for more than ono year last
You aro, thorefore, further notl-
We are equipped to do
anything In the machine
line, having Installed
new machinery with
which wecan handle any
kind of Job. Automobile
Repairing a specially.
Deyarmond Machlno (K
Hawthorne Ave., Bend, Ore.
NOTICE OF CONTENT.
Dopnrtmout of tho Interior, United
States Lahd Olllco, Tho Dalles,
OroHon, December 15, HUH.
To Theodore Torsion ot 2.12 Main
Ave,, Spokane, WiihIi,, Contestce:
You aro hereby not I Mod thnt (Jntun
O, Johnson, who gives llend, Oregon,
ns inn poHt'Odicu muiross, mil on No
vember 19, 191'J, tile In this olllco his
duly corroboratod application to con
test and securo the cancellation of
your hoiiHHstend, Kntry No. 0S513,
Serial No. ... mndo March 29, 1913,
for WV4 Section 18. Township 20
South, ltango IS Knst, VYIIIamotta
Meridian, and ns grounds for his con
test ho alleges thnt snld Theodore
Tersloff hns failed to establish his
residence on said tract, that hu has
faded to cultlvato said trad or any
part thereof, that snld ontrymnu hns
abandoned unltl tract for upuard uf
six months last past and that such
failure and abandonment wnu not
duo to his employment In Uiu army,
navy or marine corps of tho United
States In tlmo or war or otherwise,
You are, thorefore, further noti
fied thnt tho Bald allegations will bo
taken by this olllco rs having boon
confessed by you, nnd your said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo heard there
in, either bofuro thin olllco or on np
ponl, If you fnll to tllu In this office
within twenty days nftor tho
FOURTH publication of this notlco,
as shown below, our nnswor, under
onlli, specifically mooting and re
sponding to theso allegations of con
test or If you fnll within that time to
flla In this olllco duo proof that you
havo served n copy of your nnswor on
tho said contestant olthor In person
or by registered mall. If this sorvleo
la mndo by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to tho contestant in per
son, proof of such sorvleo must bo
either tho said contestant's written
acknowledgment of his receipt of tho
copy, showing tho dnto of Its receipt,
or tho nllldnvlt of the person by
whom dollvorcd; If mndo by register
ed mall, proof of such sorvleo must
consist ot tho affidavit ot tho person
by whom tho copy was mailed stating
when and tho postofflco to which It
was mailed, and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho postmaster's
receipt ror tno lottor.
You should stato In your answer
tho namo ot tho postofflco to which
you dcslro futuro notices to bo sont
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
Dato ot first publication December
Dnto of second publication Jan. 7,
Dato of third publication Jan. 14,
Dato ot fourth publication Jan. 21,
Complete line of Groceries, j
Vegetables, Smoked Meat J
Arrow Shirts and Collars
Peters Shoes for Men, Women and Children
Dress Goods and Notions
, Royal Worcester Corsets
. A. Sather
The Miller Lumber Company
FARafERS IN SOUTHERN
PART OF COUNTY SMILE
Did you ever see a farmer smile?
Well, if you never have, Just happen
out around this section, and every
one that you meet is wearing a smile
of contentment and satisfaction over
the heavy snow that we have been
having during the post few weeks and
of its having melted gradually and
the moisture gone Into the ground.
It U reported by some that the
ground is wet down for a depth of
at least 2 feet on the stubbles, and
in the sod ground at least a foot, and
with the ground not frozen, many of
the farmers are expecting to start in
plowing soon, and will sow much of
their spring grains in eaily wheat,
rather than barley and, oats.
Tho prospects ot the grain already
4n the ground Is very encouraging, as
it is now taking on a greenish cast
with the warm weather that we have
been having during the past few
days, or alnce the snow left the
ground. There is In fall wheat a
large percentage of last year's sum
mer fallow ground and with tbo plen
tiful moisture at present, Jt is ox post
ed that a considerable amount more
wheat will be sown during the next
month if the weather proves favor
able, as It has In years past.
I'UOJECT AT OPAL SI'IUNRR.
CULVER, Jan. 13. A project that
is being looked upon with much In
terest by tho farmers in this section
is that at Opal Springs by which It
Is proposed to lrrlgato by pumping
the water from the springs. Earl
Thompson, a civil engineer, has ar
rived to take charge of installing the
pumps, and If the weather Is fuvor
ablo he expects to have them in op
eration by spring. Tbo Laursen au
tomatic pump Is the type that will
FOR FAMILY USE
Clover Leaf Dairy
P. W. STAATS, Prop.
Electric Irons . . . $3.50
Electric Percolators 7.50
Electric Disk Stove 5.00
Electric Grills . . . 5.00
Desk Lamps .... 3.00
Reading Lamps . . 6.00
Electric Toasters . . 3.50
' Electric Hotplates . 8.50
; jBend Water Light G& Power Go.,
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Our nursery is located on Powell Butte, fourteen miles
enst of Bend. Our trees tire the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices unci treatment will
please you. Catalog free on request. Come and .see
ourorchardsnnd nursery. OiHce address, Prineville. Ore.
LAFOLLETTE NURSER.Y CO.
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIQHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hny, Barley, Oat, Wheat nnil Ilrnn nt lowest prlrcs.
Tho Largest Darn in Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. H. WENANDY
LON L. FOX
The Owl For Busy People
Daily train each way between Central Oregon
points and Portland. Tourist sleeping car
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FROM CENTRAL OREGON
Leavo Hend ,,,, 8:!10 p. tn.
" DcBchuteB . 8:48 p. m,
" Redmond ... 0:10 p. m.
" Terrel)onno...t):2'l p. in,
" Culver 10:02 p. m.
" MutolluH 10:20 p.m.
" Madraa 10:.'10 p. in.
Arrlvo Portland.. .. 8:10 . m.
TO CENTRAL OREGON
Leavo Portland ..,,..7:00 p, in.
Arrive Madraa 0;00 n, in,
" MotolluH fJ:ir n. m.
" Culver 0:28 n. in.
" Terrebonne,. .7:08 n. in.
" Redmond 7:23 n. m.
" l)eBchutca.,,.7:4!l a. in.
" . Rond 8:00 n. in.
Prompt despatch of freight between Central Oregon
and Portland and Portland and Eastern Cities
Connections made In Portland to and from Wlllametto Valley, Astoria
and ClatHop Reuch points, Pugot Sound, Spokane, Montana, Colorado,
St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and Chicago.
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