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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1914)
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HILL TO IKVADE
RUAIORS ARISE FROA1
Likelihood Thnt Road From llend
Mny Ho (AmtliiHed Southward Hy
Way of Southwestern OwKon
Hill and llarrlnuin In Tight?
Wo enu me it few more men and team un the Tm
nlo Project. Wiim nro: Ordinary lulior, WJ.00 to yj.lOi
cnrpoiiteis, 9'J.IO to $n.UO; drhei, Jli.li to $2, id. All
eight hour day. .Meals iW cents, Hospital tjtl.00 Apply
O. IjAI'IUJAAUU, Project Kiiglncor.
According to nn account In tho
Portland Orcgonlan, activity In IUU
railroad building Is a thing to bo ex
pected. This tlmo tho road, tt Is
rumored, will pass through south
western Oregon, enroute from Hond
to California. Grants Pass peoplo
own n railroad survoy south to Cres
cent City In California, and report
has It that this property Is now
Bought by tho llarrtman and Hill In
terests. Tho Orcgonlan soys, in port!
Southern OroRon resldonta ore con
vinced that J. J. Hill Is seeking In
vasion of that district. The presence
of Judc lturke. of Seattle, there last
vrobk and negotiations started by him
for tho purchase of tho lino between
Medford and Jacksonville are con
sidered the initial steps of Hilt to
construct an extension of tho Oregon
Trunk lino through Southern Orogon.
west to tho coast, thence down the
coast to San Francisco the ultimate
objective point of Hill's Invasion of
That Hill plans to enter California
there Is no doubt and tho question Is
between two routes from the present
terminus of tho Oregon Trunk at
llend. The tier of counties In the
southern part of tho stato west of
l.nko county, vastly rieh In resour
ces. Including timber, fruitgrowing,
Btockralslng. farming and mining
possibilities of almost unlimited pro
portions, have favorably impressed
the Hill Interests. That route prob
ably will be selectod instead of tho
route through tho eastern part of
California to San Francisco.
Rattle for Uond Tending.
Dr. Reddy, promoter of the Grants
Pass-Crescent City line, now Is In
San Francisco. It Is reported that
the Southern Pacific Is quietly carry
ing on negotiations with Dr. Neddy
and that they are forced to show
their hand In order to forestall tho
apparent activity of tho Hill Interests.
church In tho evening to everyone.
Goldlo Cannon of Portland tins
started to school In tho eighth grade.
Other new pupils aro Robert and
Donald Cannon, and Lester Carden.
FRKIGHT 11USINKSS 1IKAVV.
Unusually heavy freight business
has been the rulo of tho Hond station
for some tlmo past but nil recent
records were broken on Monday
whon 17 cars ennio In. Two of theso
contained emigrant's movables and
the others merchandise, hay, grain
and other supplies. Tho passungor
business has nlso boon heavy, duo
doubtless to tho Incoming How of
settlors for tho recently eliminated
SPRINKLING CONTRACT I.KT.
Thrco bids for tho street sprinkling
contract were opened at tho meeting
The students went to their usual
lessons Tuesday morning on account
of ono of the business not coming to
the school to speak as usual.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. Rebec will
speak to tho older pupils and at tho
SPECIAL SALE OF
Household Edition of
the well known cook book
A LIMITED NUMBER AT
Regular Price $2.50
The OWL PHARMACY
of tho council last night, tho Won
nndy Livery Co in pun y ottering to sup
ply n man and tenuis to do tho work
for 41 7-8 cents per hour, Anton
Auno for 10 cunts nnd J. M. Judd for
If) confs. After connldornblo dis
cussion as to the equipment unit ox
pnrlonco of tho different bidders tho
contract wih let to Attnn. The com
etery committee wnn Instructed to
take action at onro to linprovu condi
tion ut tho cemetery, n petition hav
ing boon received asking for thin,
Tho only other business tolated to
tho payment of bills.
A tow hours nt iv nice clnssv, olnnn.
up-to-dnto place especially prepared
for gentlemen, will remove nil worry
ami troubles, Thu Motropolltuu.-Adv
"WITH IIAIIl TO .MATCH."
The latest thing In hair arrange
ments has recently arrived In town
nnd Is being shown In Mrs. Mcin
tosh's Wall street window. It Is u
wig. It is not, however, the ordi
nary sort that la used to cover a head
devoid of hirsute adornment. This
now ono, Instead of going on over tho
hair you hnvon't got goes over what
you havo and tho reason for being Ik
to enable tho wearer to carry out n
complete color scheme. For yoara
tho matter of hair has been a cause
I of great dltllculty among theso who
' took thought as to their dress. You'
might gut a complete outfit or hat,
suit and shoes In, sny blue, and than
suddenly ronllzo thnt your red hair
Rpolled the whole effect. The new
st)Io saves tho situation for nil you
need do Is get some blue hair nnd
the color arrangement Is complete.
The wig In tho window Is green but
It Is understood thnt all colon aro
available. In thu foregoing "you"
refers to the ladles.
cir.v ci.rii shoot.
Tho score In tho Sunday shoot
were as follows: Frank Dibble, 13:
C. II. Kurrle, 13; C. S. Roberta, JO;
II. W. Skuse. SO; M. I). Knutsuu, 20.
Alphnnso Aya, who while disclaiming
nny thought of objections to a cream
ery In llciul, una Hoiiiewhnt liiNlslent
oil beliiK hIiowii why It would not bo
bolter for thu I-iv Pino farmers to
innrltiit their cream In Redmond. So
far as tho actual riinchois and cow
owtinia wero concerned tho answer
lo this seemed to bo thnt they wore
not so marketing their ureiim at pros,
out mid wero tirui'tlcally uiinblo to do
no because of tho dllttctiltlca of trans
portation and expense.
Tho mooting ended, un already In
dicated, with tho appointment of n
committee to work with n represen
tative from hero liroeurlng Htibsurlh
ern to tho company, and pledge of
cream mini rnnoliorH who did not
wish to nuhsorltio at the present time.
The llend delegation nt the moot
ing consisted of- J P, Keyed. II. Fer
ret, J, A, Hastes, W. W, Faulkner,
.1. K. KiiKohrotson. II, C. Kills, II.
Latham, C. W, iirsklno. II. A. Miller,
II. W. Skuse, C.I, llorell, J, O. Rhodes
II, II. Do Armond, R, It. Gould, C.
V. Silvers. Word Coble. It. M. Smith,
C. . Mauiiheliiier, It. W. Sawyer, T.
II. Foley, F. Dement.
The Saturday laiuj'lieou.
Tlicl uncheon last Saturday at the
Wright Hotel was. attended by about
00. I.lttlo occured he)oud a general
discussion of the creamery and n re
port of tho I. a Pino meeting. The
luncheon ne.xt Saturday will bo held
at the llend Hotel.
April nth. Tho following oltlcorn
worn elected! Mr. John Minimi, mip
orliilendotit, Mrn. Taylor, assistant
Huperlitteuiteilti Myrtle Slunrt, see
toiiiry. Glcmvca Htriihm, assistant
secretary, Opal Taylor, librarian.
Next Hiindav, April lit, tliero will lu
Knstor aorvlooH at 111:110 by Rev,
il.oieo nuil Immediately after will lm
baptising. A dinner will ho aimed
nt tho halt, to which all aro Invited
to attend unil bring u basket, In tho
afternoon at 'i o'clock Sunday school
nnd preaching1 nt ,1, All nro Invited
GARRISON GIVKH HOOKS.
Indicating his Interest In tho
rroamery project. P. C. Garrison re
cently offered to pay for any six
hooka on the subject of co-operative
creameries, and after consultation
with tho librarian of the Portland
Public Library, six titles have been
chosen by Robert H. Gould and Mr.
Garrison nnd tho (took sent for.
CREAA1ERY WILL BE
IN ICE PLANT
(Conttnuod from mge 1.)
ComiHiuy" was adopted as a tentative
name for the organisation, It being
ImiKMMtlbte under a rectnt stato law
to use tun word "co-operative."
Ia Pine Fanner to Huter.
On Saturday Mr. Roberts and J,
A. Knstea are going to I.u Pine In thu
tatter's ear to sign up the farmer In
that region who art coming Into tho
organisation. A commute of l.n Pine
men are husv this week getting In
touch with the cow owners around
there and slmpllfy'ng as much as pos
sible the work to be done Saturday.
This committee was appointed nt
the meeting of tho l.a Pine Commsr
clal Club on Friday night attended
bv over 20 Hond business men at
which tho plan was explained In de
tail by J. P. Koye. As a whole thu
meeting favored the Idea as a means
of developing tho country on dairying
lines nnd providing n good mnrkot
for tho farmer's cream, tho only ap
parent objection coming from Mr.
OPEN NEW MALL
(Continued from page 1.)
tho lodge room Is an auto room, (tan
try, preparation room, toilet aud
closet. All In all. It Is as Dimly -imlnled
a lodge room as exists In the
state outside of Portland.
Tho visitors from Pr1nvtll were:
T. M. HnldwlH. M. K. Ilrlnk. O. C.
Hyde, J, F. Illnnrhnrtl, Homer Item,
A. II. Hodsnn. M. It. Mmw, R. I..
Douglas, A. W. Rattle. W. . Aynrs.
W. J. Pancake, Jan. Wilson, Dale
Jonas, 7,. M. Ilniwu, I,. ,M. IMwIitell,
A. It. Howman.W, J. Johnson, II. F.
Johnson. G. W. Noble, J. K Williams,
C. O. Pollard. H. R. Uklti, O. G.
Adams, D. II. Peoples, F, II. Foster,
It. U Jordan.
From Redmond name the follow
ing: A. O) Myers. C. If. Miller, J.
ilarr. A. A. Auderttn, W. II. Dag
gitt, G. h. Killers and 'A. M. llruwn.
(Special to Tho llu
poclal to Tho Ilullollti)
FRKMONT, April R. Fremont lilts'
hud a Utile shower nnd nil tho far
mors nro getting busy,
The Fremont Concert bniid Is go
ing to give a concert this Friday,
April 10, tlioy have about 26 pieces
Someone walked Into tho school
house last Tuesday nnd did a little
damage. Tlioy locked the teacher
out, he had to take a ladder to got In.
As ho was about to approach the lad
dor slipped aud went through a win
dow. Tliero was no body hurt
Mr. J. II. Fox nays ho has sold nut
People Hre still looking for land
but tliero Is not very much left
Miss llelnn I lank ban returned
from n visit in California.
(Continued from page 7.)
Tassel took dinner at Dan Wlnekle's
Tho Sisters Hnptlsl Sunday school
was organltad In sisters Sunday.
(Mpoetal to The llulletln.)
I.A IM.VK. April 7 Mrs. It IC
Itaton returned from a visit to Halem
and Portland Sunday. She nnd her
husband went to the homestead es
Tom Parker nnd family and Mln
lllo Parker left for Fort Rock and
Sliver l.ako last Wednesday for a ten
Charlie Carmlchael, Chester Hoi
llnslinad. W. IS. lingua and Cnrf WW
spent Similar at Crewctil.
J It. t'hlbleiis was train-acting bus.
Iiixm In town vesterdav.
Mrs. H. K. Foster of llend has nr.
reptod a position as cook at the l.a
Charlie Carmlchael. Frank Hogo.
Jr., W. F Arnold, editor of the in
tormountaln. went to llend yesterday
to ttet Information shout the land to
be thrown open In this vlclnltv
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Arnold and
ilsusliter. Alfrml A. Ava. and lit
mother, and Mr. and Mrs F W.
Tomes spent MuHilay at I'rlngle Falls
J F. Croft received nn un to ds'e
butrrv phnrt vmitwday to le used In
the higher grades.
Alehouse W. Av nnd I G Red.
moed made a busluns trio to W-
last week. Mr. Ava returned SsV.
nrday but Mr. Redmnad went on to
Mmtmond to visit friend and rein
lives. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stephenson nnd
Iteatrlee spent Saturday and Kundav
at their homestead.
Dr. Hetxln left for llend to mct
his daughter, Mrs. II. J. Kernbarh
who Is expected bask from Snt''t
where she has been for tho past flo
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Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
OR. FARM LANDS
and it will con
vinco tho most.
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
Let us show you the property
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
Ihe Bend Company
OFFICE CORNER WALL and OHIO STS.
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