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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1914)
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. PRIATION OF WATER
State KiiRlncCr Issues Statement For
Past Year During Qitnrtcr Kml-
Iiir December HI, Dozen Penult
Given to U'nter Applicant.
SALEM, Jan. 19. For the
1913, a total of 46C pcrmlta were Is
sued by the stato engineer for tho ap
propriation of water. Under these
permits 442, 1S1 acres will be IrrlRiU
ed, 39,225 horsepower will be de
veloped and 41 reservoirs construct
ed, at a total cost of approximately
Durinc tho quarter endlnc Decem
ber 31, 1913, 8& permits wero Issued
for tho irrigation of C.933 acres and
the development of 1958 horsopower.
Among these permits was one Issued
to F. D. Small of Tillamook and D.
C. Uric, of Camas. Wash., fur the
development of 1208 horsepower
with the waters of tho Track river In
Tho following are permits issued in
Crook county the past quarter;
Edgar iLaughlin of Paulina has two
permits; one diverts tho water from
Mud Springs In section 35, township
16, South, rango 24 E. for the Irri
gation of 20 acres and tho other dl
verts the water from Dcavor Creek
In section 19. township 16. South,
rango 25 East, for the Irrigation of
280 acres. N. Ixmgenbaugh of Prlno
vlllo diverts the flood waters In sec
tion 15, township 14 S, rango 15 E
for tho Irrigation of 5 acres with the
waters diverted from two springs lo
cated in township 18 S, range 17 E
and the other for the irrigation of
100 acres with tho waters of Little
Bear Creek diverted In section 23,
lownsnip i, a, rango 17 B. cnas.
Cochran of Meadow for domestic sup
ply ana mo irrigation or 80 acres
with the waters of Indian creek, di
verted In section 31. township 13 8.
.rango 21 E. C. T. Hubbard of
Grandvlew, for tho Irrigation of 10
acres with the waters or Metollus
creek, diverted In section 34, town
ship 10. S range 10 E. A. Hrundgo
ot uuivor, ror domestic supply, with
the waters of Crooked river. In sec
tion 14. townshlD 12 S. ranro 12 E.
A. E. McCIellan of Sbanlko, ror tho
irrigation or 6 acres with tho waters
or a spring which Is located In sec
tion li. township 8, S. range 14 E.
J. T. McCIellan of Shanlko. for do
mestic use. David Mllburn of Lower
uriuge. ror tho Irrigation of 43 acres
with the waters of Squaw creek, di
verted in section C, township 14 S,
range 12 E. M. D; Nye of Roberts
for tho irrigation of S acres with the
waters or Little Hear creek, diverted
In section 5, township 18 S, range
EXHIBIT OF HOME PRODUCTS
Statewide Cainpnln Planned In In
tercata of OreKoit Miimifnrtm-oi-N.
A Btatc-wldo campaign In tho In
terests of Oregon manufactured products-
will bo conduct ml soon from
special cars which will visit almost
all tho cities having a population of
400 or more. One or two curs will
be niled with exhibits of products
innuo in uregon. The exhibit will
remain from a half day to two davs
In all tho cities with u population of.
iuu or more on tho lines or tno South
ern Pacinc and O.-W. II. & N, Tho
territory to bo covered, will extend
as far south as Ashland mid eastward
to linker City.
Addresses and an olnbornto cata
logue will bo prepared, describing tho
oxniuuion ana tno need of patroniz
ing home Industries. Tho catatoguo
win contain prices of the products.
a usi ot visitors to the exhibition
cars will bo given to tho exhibiting
TKACIIKKH KT CKUTIFICATKS.
The following Crook county toach
ors took the state examination re
cently nnd have been granted one
year ccrtlllcntes: Harriet L. Dolson,
cion it. uoss, Angeiino Young. Mrs.
Ivy 11. Davidson and Ethel Holmes,
irend; Amelia M. Johnson, Clrltxlcy;
Victor Ij. Shawo, Hay Crook; draco
Polk, Laldlnw: Robert Edgorton,
Fife; Hadawav Cochrnn. llmvnrrt
Qorald O. Groves, Terrebonno; Eva
Janet Hcnnnrd. Post; Samuol Kirk
wood King, Madras; Hay Lowthcr,
quiver; unmuton uruco Shnw, Uv
monta; Mary H. Demarls. Post; L.
Mao mtchey, Ilcdmond; Walter W.
Klmmet. Prlnevllle: Dora M. Vnn
Motcr, Post; Noll Mastln. Hay Creek:
Mrs. Delln Foster. Terrebonno: Ellas
8. Payno. Lower Ilrldge; William Guy
Gliiaco, Grandvlow; Harry A. Ueck-
with, Clino Falls: Gay McCoy, Sis
ters; Max Nielsen, Highland; Ethel
Lois Fogg, Hampton.
flud Hint tho snld nllogntlonn will bo
taken by this ollko ns having been
confessed by you, and your said entry
will bo canceled thorminder without
your further right to bo hoard there
in, either bbforo this utllca or on ap
peal, If you fall to file In this ullleu
within twenty days nftur tho
FOURTH publication ot this notice,
ns shown below, your nuswor, undor
oath, Hpecltlcnlly mooting and re
sponding to those allegations ot con
test, or ir you fall within that tlmu to
Mo In this olllco duo proof that you
hnvo Borvod n copy ot your answer on
tno said contestant In person or by
registered mail. It this Borvlco Is
mado by tho delivery ot n copy ot
your answer on tho sntd contestant
in person, proof ot such ser
vice must bo either tho said contest
ant's written uckuowlodgmont ot his
receipt ot tho copy, showing tho date
ot Us receipt, or tho affidavit ot tho
person by whom the delivery was
made stating when nnd whoro tho
copy was delivered; It mado by regis
tored mall, proof of such sorvlco must
consist ot tho affidavit of tho person
by whom tho copy wih mailed stnMng
when and tho postofllco to which It
was mailed and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho postmaator's
receipt for tho letter,
You should stnto In your answer
tho uamo of tho postoffico to which
you deslro further notices to bo sont
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
Dato of llrst publication Jan 7th,
Dnto or second publication Jiui 14,
Dnto uf 'third publication Jnu 21,
Dato of fourth publication Jnn 28,
J. J. RYAN
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of tho Interior. United
States Land Offlco. The Dalles, Ore
gon, December 39, 1913
To Maurice P. Powers of Rend, Oro-
You are hereby notified that David
A. Ames. Who gives Rend Ornirnn.
caro of C. 8. Hennon. as his postofuce
uuurcss. am on ucccmber lGtn, 1913,
fllo In this office his duly corroborated
application to contest and securo tho
cancellation of your homestead, entry
No. ... Serial No. 08884, made Slav
9th. 1911. for NHNEU. NWU XU
SWU. Section 21. Township 20, S.,
uuugu ju ,, wuiamette Meridian,
and as grounds for his contest he
alleges that Maurlco P. Powors has
wholly failed to establish his rcsi-
aenco on said land, has totally fail
ed to cultivate and Improve same as
required by law and has abandoned
the same for more than one year last
( You arc, therefore, further notf-
STEAM AND'HOT WATER
Promptly Attended to
We are equipped to do
anything In the machine
line, having installed
new machinery with
which we can handle any
kind of Job. Automobile
Repairing a specialty
Deyarmond Machine (Sb
Hawthorne Ave., Rend, Ore.
NOTICE OF CONTKHT.
Department or tho Interior, United
States Land Office, The Dnlleu,
uregun, uocoiiiner ig, mi3.
To Theodore Torxloff of 232 Main
Ave., Spokane, WuhIi., Contentful
ou nro hereby nutluod that Union
O. Johnson, who gives Rend, Oregon,
ns his post-olllca address, did on No
vember 19. 1013, tllo In this office his
duly corroborated application to con
tost and suoiiro tho, cancellation ot
your homestead, Entry No, 08513,
Sorlnl No. . ., niudo March 39. 1913.
for WM, Section 18, Township 30
South, Rango 18 Enst, Wlllnmotto
Aicriuinii, mm as grounds ror hs con
test he alleges that snld Theodora
Torxlurf has failed to establish his
residence on said tract,, that ho has
fulled to cultlvatu said tract or any
part thereof; Unit said ontryinnn has
abandoned Bald tract for upward cf
six months Inst past and that such
failure and nbnndonmuiit was nut
duo to his employment In tho army,
nnvy ok mnrlno corns of the irniiixl
Stntes In time of war or otherwise.
ion nro. iherorore, further noti
fied that the snld allegations will be
taken by thin offien rg having been
confessed by you, and your iiald entry
will bo cnncolcd thereunder without
your further right to bo hoard there
in, either before thin offlco or on np-
peai, u you inn to lllo in tills office
within twenty days nftor tho
bUUKTH publication ot this notice,
as shown below, your answer, under
oath, spccltlonlly meeting and re
sponding to these allegations of con
test or if you fall within that time to
lllo In this offlco duo proof that you
hnvo served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either In norson
or by registered mall. If this sorvlco
is made by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer to the contestant In per
son, proot or sucn servico must bo
olthor tho said contestant's written
acknowledgment of his receipt of tho
copy, shoving tho dato ot Its receipt,
or tho affidavit of tho person by
whom delivered; If mado by register
ed mail, proof of such senrlco must
consist ot tho affidavit ot tho person
oy wnom tnc copy was mailed stating
when and tho postofuco to which it
was mailed, nnd this affidavit must
bo accompanied diy tho postmaster's
receipt for tho loiter.
you should stato in your answer
tne namo or theipostoffico to which
you deslro futuro notices to bo sont
II. FRANK WOODCOCK.
Dato of first publication December
Dato ot sccond'publtcatlon Jan. 7,
Dato of third publication Jan. 14,
I Dato of fourth publication Jan. 21,
Complete line of Groceries, ,
Vegetables, Smokecl Meat
, Arrow Shirts and Collars
Peters Shoes for Men, Women and Children
Dress Goods'' and Notions
Hoynl Worcester Corsets
E. A. Sather
The Miller Lumber Company
CITY OF RAPID GROWTH
Substantial Improvements In Rend
Noted Hy Portland Writer.
In Sunday's Portland Journal ap
peared the following article, written
by A. D. Crldge, traveling represen
tative or tnat newspaper:
REND, ORE., Jan. 17. The City
of Rend in the last two years has
built 400 residences and Increased
from COO people to over 2C00. In
tno last year there have been erected
six largo, substantial and modern
buildings in which are some 1G stores
on the ground floors.
Much pride Is taken in tho comple
tion of the new sewer system costing
$70000, and in the construction of
the new school house to cost $25000.
The grading of the streets. Installa
tion of cluster lights and the laying
vi goon siaewniKs are otner matters
One of the peculiar Industries of
Bend Is the Ice harvest. From jonds
ana uaexwater tne natural Ice is
gathered, the pure water of the De
schutes being unexcelled for quality
of Ice. One Arm has Its sheds ready
for 200 tons this winter, and while
the season has not been particularly
good from the ice man's standpoint,
there will be that much secured with
Considerable Interest Is being tak
en among grain farmers In this sec
tion In the development of summer
fallow land by the planting df beans.
It is said that summer fallow land in
Central Oregon has returned $18 an
acre profit. Tbf beans are said to
cost $C an acre to cultivate, and
thereby weeds are kept down for tho
next season's grain. There will be
considerable summer fallow to beans
next spring on dry land summer fal
low If the season la what is called In
Central Oregon a "wot" one.
The building stone to be found In
quantities within reach or Rend will
some day bo utilized Instead of lum
ber for farm buildings and city resi
dences. It has been demonstrated
to bo cheaper In the long run, but tho
poopie are still in tno pioneer stage,
lumber Is cheap, and to look ahead
40 years In putting in a resldonce Is
FOR FAMILY USE
Clover' leaf Dairy
P. W. STAATS, Prop.
Electric Irons . . .
Electric Disk Stove
Electric Grills . .
Desk Lamps . . . .
Reading Lamps . .
Electric Toasters . .
Electric Hotplates .
Our nursery is located on Powell Butte, fourteen, miles
cast of Bend. Our trees nre the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please you. Catalog free on request. Come ami see
our orchards and nursery. Oflicc address, Prineville. Ore.
LAFOLLETTE NURSER.Y CO.
EBend Water Light (2b Pbwer Co.
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIQHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hay, Barley, Oats, Wheat and Drnn nt lowest priced.
Tho Largest Barn In Central Orutron,
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. H. WENANDY LON L. FOX
The Owl For Busy People
Dally train each way between Central Oregon
points anrj Portland. Tourist sleeping car
(Berths $1.00.) First class coaches.
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vjt pji, ywk I IIbIi hI lltliv I HJr
tW$M2fi3IK mM MsiwIbII 1 II mlrlHl I lis
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Save a Day Each Way
FROM CENTKAIJ OREGON
Lcavo Rend 8:30 p. m.
" DcHchutcB 8:48 p.m.
" Redmond 0:10 p. m.
" Terrebonno,.. 0:21 p. m.
" Culver 10:02 p. m,
" Metollus 10:20 p.m.
' " Mudraa 10:.'10 p. m.
Arrivo Portland 8:10 a. in,
TO CENTRAL OREGON
Lenvo Portland . . . 7:00 p. tn.
Arrivo Mndrua 0:00 n, m.
" Motollu8.......0:lCn. m.
" Culver 0:28 a.m.
" Terrcbonno...7:08 n. m.
" Redmond 7:211 n. m.
" Deschutes..., 7:43 a. m.
' . ' r - in
Hond 8:00 a.m.
Prompt despatch of freight between Central Oregon
and Portland and Portland and Eastern Cities
Connections mado In Portland to and from Wlllametto Valloy, Astoria
nnd Clntsop Beach points, PuRot Sound, Spoknno, Montana, Colorado,
St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and CIiIcoko.
Fares, time schedules, and other information tiv lnr m- ,,nnn
It. II. 0R055IER, A. a. P. A, J. II. COnnET, Agont,
Portland. Oro, nond, OroKon.
., .WSrtKIfcSBSrA, Q. litPA... Portland, OtfSr??-.-,