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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1914)
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ARE NEAR END
MUCH WORK ALREADY
InvcMlRntimi or i O. I. Co. Hcjs
relation Made by John Dubai for
Jjgsert taiul Board FurnUlic
'valuable .tjota Teeter lw
With the 'end of the Irrigation
neason approaching, the studies of( tho , formorly occupied
the Central Orefcon irrigation system Thompsons furniture store.
Mih Lh Tnlin lliiltiil hna liAnn tnnlfln:-! ..."... . . ... n..
All who cxpcci 10 compuiu ior mu
Jcot It gives, nt tho wuno time, un
usually Interesting Inforturtlon as to
agricultural conditions In this suc
tion of tho country.
The Itrlgntlou season cuds on Auk
ust 20 nt which thuo tho illlrh rldors
end tholr work nnd tho collection of
drift will lo over. An noon us pos
sible thereafter Mr. Huhula will inixko
his report to the Desert l.nud Ronrd
which will then he u position to donl
IntelllRentb with nil local IrrlKiUlun
questions Hint tuny ariee
ANNDAL FLOWED SHOW SOON
Kent to lo on Auuut 1SJ I.Ut 'if
With tho Flower Show only about
two wecka off the members of tho
ladles Library Club are making
every effort to prepare for this In
teresting event with tho oxpoctatlon
that It will surpass all previous shows
both In beauty and number of exhib
its. Tho show this jcar will be held
In tho Dean building on Wall street
Bond Milling & Wnrohouso
1 snek Hour
Uond Steam Laundry (s.M) in tnulo
McCulatun . . . $8.00
United Warehouse Go. . .1 Ubl. Hour
Skuso llnrdwnro Co $2.00
R. M. Thompson . . . . Jnrdlnler stand
I lend Insurance Co $3.00
Uond Co i loads of wood
which John Dubois has been making
for the Desert land Hoard are assum
ing final shape, and although It will
bo a number of weeks before a re
port will bo made It la apparent that
- data of linmonse value has been se
cured, both In connection with local
Irrigation matters and on Irrigation
questions In general.
Tho Investigation of the Pilot
Butte canal, made u Prof. T. A. H.
Teeter or the O . A . C , was finished
, nbout 10 days ago and since then he
has been engaged In a similar study
or tho Central Oreson canal, unror
tunately Professor Teeter was recall
ed by the college aumoniies beiora
completing this work. It will bo
taken up and finished, however, by
Bomo 'one jet to be selected. Frofcs
Bor Teeter left for Corvallls yostor
d'ay. It Is understood that until col
lego opens In September he will be
engaged In a gcnoral stduy of Irrlga
. tton systems throughout the northwest.
In tho Pilot Butte studies Profes
sor Teeter, worKing irom ucumonu.
covered over 100 miles of canal and
laterals. Tho Central Oregon work
Is being carried on from Dend with
p'ractically the same amount to Iks
done. The records of water flows
resulting from these studies show
that this year a greater amount of
water Is running In the canals than
la any previous one.
Of material assistance In the In
vestigations has been the co-opera-tlon
of several farmors on the segre
Ration who have helped In making
the water studies. They have kept
data on tho use of water on their
awn places and In this way have glv
cn tho benefit of their own experience
$The crop report for the segregation
which will be finished soon, is the
mbRtcompleto thing of It kind over
prenMpd In Central Oregon. Tho
kfnd'and amount of every crop raited
has been reported on and In addition
thonumber of houses and othor farm
buildings, fruit trees and all lire
Mock. FurnlshltrK for the first time
an accurato census of the whDlo'pro-
sllver cup given by W. I). Chonoy
for tho best general display of cut
flowers aro requested to notify Mrs.
B. M. Thompson before the date of
tho show In order that reservation
can bo mado for the exhibit.
A number of prlres have nlrendy
been offered by business men and
cltliens, tho list being given below.
Next week a full list of flowers nnd
vegetables with tho prizes offered
will be printed as well as tho rules
governing tho show.
Bend Water Light & Power Co.
1 Electric Olostovo
Mrs. S. Mcintosh ?2 In Mdso.
Ilend Sign Co $1.00
First National Hank $5.00
Mnnnhclmcr's $3 In Mdae.
J. J. Ityan $1.00
Deschutes Hanking & Trust Co. 2.50
O'Donnell tiros $2.00
N. P. Smith $2.00
llert Shuey . .', . 1 sack Imperial flour
II. II. Do Armond . ..$1.00
Patterson Drug Co. $2.00
Henkle & Ryan $1.00
R. M. Smith Clothing Co. $.1 In Mdse.
S. C. Caldwell $1.00
C. S. Ilenson $ 1.00
E. A. Sather $2 In Mdse.
Dr. J. II. Connarn .... $1.00
W. W. Faulkner $1.00
Dr. r. C. Coe $1.00
C. V. Sllvls $1.00
Amerloon Ilakery ..... Hox of candv
Dr. II. Ferrell $1.00
F. A. Dennett $3 In Mdso.
J. II. Minor $1.00
Ross Fnrnhnm $1.00
F. O. Minor Hox of candy
S. R. Hogln $1.00
Owl Pharmacy t$2 In Mdse.
Loven ' $.K0
Carmody Hros Ilox of oandy
McCIIncy Can of coffee and $1
Hotel Wright i $1.00
Mrs. Stevenoon $1 In Mdiw.
Hond Hotel $ 1.00
Boyd Meat Market $.R0
Anton Aune $1.00
J. A. Hastes $1.00
Rend Ilulletln 1.00
G. II. Furst $1.00
FHKNCII DRV CLKANKR IIKRK.
Slnco the addition of u dr clean
ing department to his laundry bust
iiokh J. l'dwnrd Larson has pnld o
pcclnl attention to that sldo of tho
work done ny tho Uond steam laun
dry and hna had very gratifying re
sults In his now lino. To bring this
department up to tho highest posslblo
standard ho has recently engngud tho
services of Henry Dtipont of Spokano
who has conducted a French dry
cleaning establishment In that city
for some time. With Mr. Dtipont In
chargo of tho dry ceaulng nt tho
Hond Steam Laundry It Is In a better
position than over befnro to handle
all classes of work. Adj.
TIIK HH.'IIT PAINT FOR KVI'RV
Painting should bo considered is
an Investment You get out of R
vnlue In proportion to what yon put
In. If you buy ordinary paint It will
only bo a short time until vou will
have to repaint. If you get Shorwln-
Williams paint you nro sura or too
right paint; ou will have a paint
that will woar that will give tho
surfneo on which it Is used a finish
that w last;, that will outwear or
dinary paints throe to ono. and the
first coat Is only a trlllo moro We
rccommond Shorwln-Wllllamn Paints
for every palntnblo surface as tho
best nnd cheapest In the long run.
N. P. Woldor, local agent, Dend, Ore
Refresh yourself with a cold drink,
Full plats at 5 nnd 10 cents. Amorl
lit FRM TO Hit INK IN PROFITS
LOW I R PRICKS US FORD (ARM
Uffoctlvo from August 1. lull ' August 1,
1015. and gunrnntoud iivalnil ai rcduutlou
during that time
Tourluu Car $HM
Runabout .' "
Town Car "",
F. O. II. Detroit, all cars fully equipped.
(In United Btates o( America, only)
Further, wo will bo abto to obtain tho maxi
mum efficiency In our facory production, and
tho minimum cost In our purchasing nnd sains
itepartmonts if wo cait reach an output of
.100,000 cars between tho above dates.
And should wo roach this production, wo
ngreo to pay ns tho Ino'or'a aharo from $10 to
$00 per car (on or about August 1, HUM lo
every retail buyer who purchases a now Ford
car between August 1, 1911 nnd August 1,
For further particulars regarding those low
prices and profit-sharing plan, seo tho nearest
Ford Branch or Dealer.
4'ORB .MOTOR COMPANY .
can Bakery. Adv.
Buy Bend Butter.
Bargains In grnnlteware.
Hardwaro Company. Adv.
(Continued from page 1.)
pletlon of certain contracts and that
this Is a "cash bond."
"Bofore tho bond In nitration was
given, nnproxlmately $25000 In coin
was held liv the Stato In the "guar
antee fund." This cash was turned
over to tho Company and a sure'y
bond laken In Its sted. 'li- n
tual cash was formerly avnllablo for
the protection nf settlers thuy now
Iirvc onlv n right of action under
this bond. Whother or not It can be
collected Is an uncortaln question
"Furthermore the liond gives onlv
partial protection as compared with
the original cash guarantee. The
bond Insures only the reconstruction
of tho (In in o and enlargement of the
Central Orogon Canal, whoroa Him
original cash Insured tho ultlmato
turning over by thn company of tholnlshcd a bond In the sum of $26.00H
entire project, or nny port thereof, In for that purposa and also that the
good condition nnd repair. Tho bond
Is therefore not as good ns the orig
"This monoy In tho guarantee fund
was derived from tho $1 00 por acre
out of tho Bottlers iirst paymont'
which the company must under Its
contract pay ovor to tho state to bo
hold In trust for tho purpose men
tioned, "I understand that nt the meeting
In question a direct Issue was raised
botween Mr. Howard and myself as
to whether or not tho company had
up a $2R,000 "cash bond" for the
repair of tho flume. The foregoing
statement covers tho facts ns to this
bond; It was onco cash, but Is now
a surety company undertaking."
Howard's Ktntcmcnt on Bond.
In tho following letter Mr Howard
states his position as to tho bond.
Tho copy of thn bond Yeforrcd tn wjil
bo held at Tho Bulletin office for a
limited time for the Inspection of any
wno enro to see it.
Doschtltes, August A, 1914.
TO THK KDITOR:
"It has been stated by settlers that
John II Lewis, Stato Engineer. In
formed them In a mooting at Ilend
some time ago that there was no
Imnd or securltv up to guarantee the
rebuilding of tho main flume of the
Central Oregon Irrigation system.
At the meeting of the Wnter Tiers'
Association held at Bond July 2th,
tho writer Informed the meeting that
the Company had caused to lie fur-
! Statu Land Board had settlers notes
to tho amount of about $35,000.00
guaranteeing tho small amount of
work remaining under tho Contrtl
Oregon Cannl Enlargement, entliuat
ud to cost liiHo than $3,000.00.
"We sond ou herewith n cony of
tha bond given to the State by the
Oregon Surety K. Casualty Co. In
the penal sum of $23,000, to guaran
tor) such work. This Itund was pre
sented to tho Land Board and care
fully considered by them nnd accept
ed. Mr. Lewis Is a member of the
Land Board nnd as lis Secretary prob
ably has custody of this bond.
"We will further stato that this
bond Is guaranteed Ity the personal
ocurlty of F. S. Stanley. A. F, Biles
and Roscoo Howard, nnd a cash de
posit of $25,000.00 In tho Culled
States National Bank of Portland
If necessary to further corrolorato
this statement It wilt bo cheerfully
"If Mr. Lewis nude tho statement
that the Stato has no soourlt) for th
construction of the Hume, he mis
states the facts. If he deems such
misrepresentation necotwnr) to onvsr
crlllolNiu of his Indefensible attllutU
In refusing to certify lands for pat
ent, thus preventing settlors receiv
ing tholr deeds, be is making a ser
Yours very truly,
ORNTRAL OltUOON IRUIOATIOK
By Roseoe IliiwaiH.
(loners I Msnsxtr.
Buy Bend Butter.
DIRECTORY OF OFFICIALS.
Presldont Woodrow Wilson
Vko President. .Tluinms H, Marshall
Socretnry of Statu W. J. Bryan
Meorolnry of Navy ..IohoiiIiiih Daululs
Heoretary of War . . . .L. M. Onrrlson
Secretary of Interior , , , ,1 IC. I.nno
Heoretary AKrloiilluru D, F. Houston
Secretary of Treasury ,V. F. MoAdoo
Secretary Comnuircu . ,V. 0, Redllold
Secretary of Labor ... 1 W. B. Wilson
Attorney Oenernl ...las, Moltoyuolds
Postmaster (Juiiornl ,' Albert Btirlesou
Oovof nor , . Oswald West
Secretary or Statu ....II. W. Olcott
Trojsurer Thus. B, Kn
Atty Oeueral A. M. Crawford
Suparlntoudont Public Instruction . .
J. A. Churchill j
Stato printer R. A. Harris
Coiuliiissluuei Labor Statistics ....
,, O. P. Holt
Onino Warden W. 1 4. Flnley
Stato KtiKliiuor John II. Lawl
United States Senators
Ocorsu K. Chamberlain
Harry W. Lan
Congressmen A. W. LafTorty
.N. H. Slunott '
tf KtittiitiMMiH w A, Hawicy
Circuit Court Judge V. I. Dradahaw
District Attorney V. II. Wlrtx
County Judxu O, Springer
Clerk Warren Brown
Sheriff Frank Itlkltu
Treasurer Ralph Jord.ui
Assessor ...II. A. Foster
School Supt. . . . f J. E. Myors
Coroner P. B, Poludextor
Surveyor Fred A. Rico
Commissioners R. H Baylor
Willis W. Brown
Circuit Meets first Monday In
September and Decctnfcor and second
Monday In March.
Probate Moots first Monday la
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday In January, March, May, Jul),
Seittetnbor, November and December,
Rend School District No. It!.
Dlreotors. , . .Clyde M. McKay, Chum
,,,, , J. ri. Hunter
It. M. Smith
Clork '. .11, J. Overturf
City of Rend.
Mayor II. A. Miller
Iteeorder . , II. C Kills
Treasurer. ...... .Mary H. Colonist
Uhluf of Poller a K. Roberts
City attorney V. A. Forbw
City Hnglneer ....(loorge S. Yoiin
City phjrsleian Dr. U C. Co
Counellnten II. If. Allen
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............ .A. H. V.0III1IS
M. D. Knulsen
J, n. DavidMi
. A. Halusr
Jtiitlreof the Prarr.
Uond Pre(Ht J. A. ISost.
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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 $?
conservative buyer that BEND REAL ESTATE is a conservative Investment
Pine House and
Lath, Red Cedar
The Bend Company
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