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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1914)
the iiRxn nuiJiiniN, nnxD.ORK., Wednesday, jvlv in, ion.
V1HITO THE TUMAI.O.
Miss KerJH Hdfibs. secretary
Oovornor West, visited tho Tumnlo
Project at Latdlaw tnst week to fa
mlllamo '.liernoir with tno progress
of tha work. Her visit occasioned
nqma' rather tart conversation on tho
pari ot officials of tho Desert Band
Hoard, but Mis Jlobbs had tho Inst
word and apparently came off vli-torlous.
.MAKE FIRST HITTER MONDAY,
Delays in tho arrival ot tho shaft-
Ins for tho creamery navo made it
Imposslbla to begin work thin wcofc
nil "expected. Everything will ho In
readiness on Monday, howovor, and
members of tho association and nil
others who havo cream for tho cream
cry arc notinod to hogln deliveries n
that day. ,
jr . . ,
Sonio week ft ago H E. Alien tost
n small nail clip soma where about
town. Jfist where, deponent saycth
not Friday It was returned to him
It came by express, and was shipped
from Madras Also the express pack"
ago contained a brick, which weigh
ed several poundB. while tho little
clip lips the scalo at about an ounce
Ot course the package, camo collect
It is reported that the Redmond
Spokesman ban bought out the Red
tndnd Hub and tho Redmond Entor
lirlio and will consolidate thorn, re
ducing tho number ot papers la that
town to ono.
9 HUlLDlNtl A RAILROAD?
T. W. 0 ray. Redmond agent for tho
Oregon &. Washington Colonisation
Co., and tho Redmond papers are
building a railroad from Redmond to
Bisters acrotis tho Cascades to con
nect with the Oregon Electric at Jef
ferson. Wc trust that they are right'
and have llttlo doubt but that' the
road would bo built within a short
ttmo if the distance was no greater
than GO miles as stated In tno articles
published. It, Is 110 miles from Sis
ters to Albany and Jefferson Js sev
eral miles north which added to tho
22 miles from Sisters to Redmond
makes the distance almost throo
times as far as Mr. Cray's estimate
9 ' " " "
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The BRICK GARAGE
ON BOND STREET
THE LAHOIC5T AND BEST
Knrnge building in Central Oregon,
HTOHAOi: AT MODERATE HATIM ;
Expert Repair Work at Fair Price
Wo Distribute Clmlntcra & Knvoii Cars nnil Hcldeu Truck
OASOLINE -, SUNDRIES
TEo Bend Garage Company
R. R. Ilnrdy
K. II. llritnkn
T. W. Iliinlr
(Continued from pngo 1.)
Copyright. lt. by Panama-Pacino International Exposition Co. 1L a
Crocker Co, oMclal photocraphcrs.
CHINA TO SPEND $800,000 IN MARVELOUS DISPLAY AT
THE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
T1NO Ctlt CUD. commissioner of China to the Panama-IMcinc
Exposition, states that Ch! tin's representation at the Uipo'ltlon
will entail an outlay or JSOO.O0O. or which ut lend JJOU.UKI will
bf expended ou the Chinese utvlltou, almwu tnne. Chu Is
a graduate or Hansard. Mrs. Cbu, as Miss Plnga llu, graduated from
Weltesley college In 1013.
fiOOD MAIL SERVICE.
(Fort Rock Times.)
1 Tho mall that left Portland on
Tuesday evening at 7 p. ni., arrived
In Fort Rock Wednesday afternoon
nt -f p. m. This Is comlpg through
In 22 hours, qulto a difforenco from
thrco to firo days as it was a few
years ago. s
REAL K8TATK TRANSFERS.
Issued by Crook County Abstract Co.
Carrie V. Dana 'to Chas. F. Con
OSrtjIta. 3, A. blkfrs, Kenwood,
f Chas. F. Condarl to A. 1. Drunnell
U. S. to John A. Scott patent 81&
NW, SH NE 18-H-10.
A. C. Lucas adra. io A, M. Pringle
ndm. It. 7. btk. 2, 3850.
A. 11. Pringlo to Wall Street Im
provement Co. It. 7, blk. 2, Rend.
Constance Reld to Etta O. 8chaff
ncr It. 8, blk. 7. Imperial.
D. Ferrell to Peter Oregorson !L
Cf blk 1C, Park add Rend.
BKVIS'xfTlUfei BlisVB R " V SslllllllllllSllll
CopyrUnt. 114, by Panama-Pacina Internatlonml Kxpoaltlon Co. It. ti.
Crocker Co, offlctaJ photosrspbera.
FACADE OF THE PALACE OF MINES AND METALLURGY.
THIS is on of tha many great exhibit palaces at the Panama.
Pacific International Exposition to open In Ban Francisco In
1013, now completed. Its exhibits wilt be dominated by an arti
ficial mountain which will contain working models or e-ery aort
f mining and mineral.
will bo mndo. Preparation of tho po
tltlsou wus camplotod yesterday and
a largo number of signers has already
Tho County Rlvfalon T,w,
Undor tho county division law.
passed by the leglslaturo In 1013, tho
question ot tho formation of n now
county' out ot an existing county Is
placed on tho ballot by tho county
court on tho recolpt of a petition
signed by a majority of tho legal
voturs living In tho territory affected
by tha chnngo. To carry, tho pro
posal mtint bo fnori'd h 0U per cent
ot tho voters In tho now county and
3R per emit of thoso living In tho old
county. Fudur uu opinion runderod
by Attorney (loiiornl Crawford tho 36
per cent necessary for Uosoliutoa
county Mill bo counted In tho pro
posed Jofforsnn county and what Is
loft of Crook county, and vlco vorsu.
Joftorsoit'H 35 per cent will bo count
ed In DcschutcH and old Crook, tho
Idea balng that until tho result of tho
volo Is known nil outsldo (ho now
county Is "remnlndnr of tho county"
within tho moaning of the statute
undor which tho division Is made.
If tho now county Is formed Ihn
county Judge and two commissioners
will bo appointed by tho governor and
they will select n temporary coun
ty seat and appoint alt other county
Prosldont Woodrow Wilson
Vlco I'runldimt. . Thomas R. Marshall
Soorotnry ot Htntu W. J, llryau
Socrutory ot Navy , , Jusnphus RanluU
Socrutnry of War , , , . U, M. (larrlaon
Soorotnry of Interior . ., ,F, K, Lane
soorotnry Agrloulturo I). F, Houston
Soorotnry of Treasury ,W. F. MoAiloo
Secretary Coinmurco , ,W. C. Jtotlflold
Socrotary of Labor . . . . W. II. Wilson'
Attorney Oonoral ..Jni, Malloynohls
Postmaster Uunurnl .Albert llurlesou
Goornor Oswald Woit
Secretary of Stato ....II. W. Oluott
Treasurer Thus. 11. Ku
Atty Oouoial A. M. Crawford
Hupurlntoudunt Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill
Statu printer 11. A. IliirrU
Cuiiiiuloner Labor Statistics ....
0. P. Hoft
Oamo Warden ....... . W. L. Flnloy
Blnto Kngtneor Julin II. Lanls
United Hull's Souatora
...v Ucoruo H, Uhanthorlain
Harry kW, Lnti
Congrossmon A. W. Laffurty
N. R. Hlnuott
W. A. Hawloy
The Dairy Commissioner rules that
MUST BE MARKED .
Dairy Butter full weight given in
ounces and the nnme and address of
the maker. Do yours comply with
the law? If not, have some printed
t ' that do.
THE BEND BULLETIN
Circuit Court Judge W. L. Ilradshaw
District Attorney W. II Wlrtx
County Judge O. Springer
Clerk Warren Ilro wu
Sheriff '..Frank Ktklns
Treasurer Ralph JordAti
Assessor ...II. A. Foster
School Supt J. E. M)ors
Coroner P. II. Polndoxter
Survoyor ............ Fred A. Rico
Commissioners .11. II llayloy
Willis W. Ilroftu
1 he Courts.
Circuit Meets first Mnndny In
Soptombor and Doccmoor nnd second
Monday In Maroh,
Probate .Meets first Monday la
Commissioners' Moots first Wed
nesday In January. March, Mays Jul,
September, November and December.
Henri Hrhool Dl.trlrt No. 1U.
Directors. , . .Clyde M. McKay. Chinu
.J. N. Hunter
It. M. Kml h
Clerk It. J. Overturf
City ot Rend.
Mayor II. A. Mlltor
Recorder II. C Kliu
Troasurer Mary K. Cole m on
Chief or Pollcs S. E. Roberts
City attorney V. A. Forbos
CUf Engineer ....Oeorge S. Young
City physician Dr. V C Coo
Couucllmon II. U. Alien
A. S. Collins
.M. D. Knutscn
J. 1). Dsvldnoj
E. A- gather
Juillre of the Pence.
Ilcnd Precinct J. A Enstos
Dry, Rough and
Maple and Fir
FOR BUSINESS LOTS
FOR RESIDENCE LOTS
FOR GARDEN LOTS
For Close-in Acreage
FOR. FARM LANDS
Let us show you the property J?jS?iL
conservative buyer that BEND R.EAL ESTATE is a conservative investment
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
T t t
The Bend Company
OFFICE CORNER WALL' anil OHIO STS.
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