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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1915)
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IS J. MOORE TO BEGIN
J'speclal election on the petition will
;ii, pdllcd by the council at Its next
1V1LL HKLL HKH'HKB.
William Arnold will sell 30 head
of young cattle, ono Aberdeen Angus
liiill and a pony nnd colt at auction
a( tho railroad stock yards, llond, on
Saturday, Juno 19 at 1 o'clock. Torms
fruh or olx months bankable note.
I'or cash, 3 per cent discount allow
od. Adv. 13c
Itcporto Aro That Mutcrlal Will lie
Delivered Hooii Doubt In Impress
ed no tf llullilliig ripe Mno to
.Moil 111 of DcM'lmtcrt HU it.
ILVKIl LAKK, Juno 1. Tho ar
rival of cl hlg,n,tinntlty of material for
the construction of u temporary ro
ll n In g plant at Summer lako appar
ently confirms the report received
here last week that tho syndicate
headed hy Jason C Moore will start
"work at once on a plant for the sop-
nrutlon of salt and other minerals
from tho waters of Abort and Sum
Overland freighters hnvo unloaded
piles of material at tho south end of
Hummer Lake, whoro, It Is presumed,
tho preliminary work will start. Sov
.. oral loads of lumber, machinery nuil
wagons nlrendy nro on the ground,
nnd Uioho who frolghted the material
from (ho rr.llroad terminal report
that much more Is to follow Imme
diately. Persons In chnrgo of tho present
work uro reticent regarding- tho
much advertised plpa-llno to ho built
from Humniur lake to tho mouth of
tho Doschules river. Disinterested
rnglncors still regard tho ptpo-llno
talk with considerable skepticism.
From an economic standpoint, It Is
unld, the construction of a railroad
from tho proscnt tormlnnls, cither at
iLakevlow or llond, would havo a big
itdvnntago over tho plpo-llnn plan.
Illghts of way already havo boon sur
voyed from thoso places.
Deforo tho Iosbpob of the lakes can
reach tho most valuahlo doposlts of
tnlnornl tlio deposits In tho bods of
'tho lakes It will bo necessary to di
vert tho flow of Anna river, a stroam
that now omptlos Into Summer lako
nt tho northernmost ond. A now
clmnnol that will carry Anna rlvor
nround flummor lako to tho oast has
(icon surveyed, and the changing of
tha'coarsc of this stream Is said to
'present no 'dffllcult engineering task,
Anna river has Its source only a
fow miles to tho north of tho lako.
'It bubbles from the ground In tho
biggest artesian woll In tho world,
cutting Its way through a (loop chan
nel across a sea of sago brush until
It readies tho head of Summer lako.
oaimhinh am: rmowixa.
Although tho cold weather has
tended to retard growth tho gardens
which are liolng cared for by tho
children hnvo dono well n.ndt hoy nro
now ready to supply radishes, grcpn
onions and lettuce. Orders should
bo loft with Mrs. Davidson nnd de
livery will bo mado any morning.
open and while outside picked up the
I'JtOPKUTY IH HOfAh.;
Various parcols of pfdperty on
which tho special street and sewer as
sessments hnvrv not been paid were
sold by tho city on Friday to the per
sons offering to rccolvo tho lowest
rate of Interest on the amounts duo.
The owners have a year la which to
LUMIlKIt IS OKDHItni).
With the signing of the leaso for
tho council room matters have been
arranged for tho completion of the
rest room which Is to occupy tho rear
end nnd lumber for this has been
ordered. It is hoped that .tho room
may bo ready for uso within the next
undar discussion at the meeting f
tho sottlers on the project at th6
Orange hall this afternoon.
COME FOR TROUT
(Continued from pago 1.)
OATTMJ AUK POIHONIM).
John Swlger reports tho loss of
four head of cnttlo hy poisoning, pre
sumably caused bv eating poison put
out for Jack rabbits. According to
Mr. Swlger, his cattle got out of their
pasturo when somcono left the gato
noAtii) wiMj iii:aii imiotkst.
Next Tuesday, Juno 8, has been sot
by tho Dosert Land Hoard as tho tlmo
for hearing tho protests of tho Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Company
against the Issuance of the Dubuts
roport 00 the project. Tho Issuanco
of this roport Is ono of the matters
Uso Descliutos fiprny. Whiter and
'hotter than over.--Adv.
The Miller Lumber Company
1IUHY AT HALKM.
Whon tho now; I'IbIi and Oamo
Commission mot In Salem last week,
(J. P. Putnam of Ilend, Secretary to
(Inventor Wlthycorabo, was elected
secretary. Tho (lovorunr Is chnlrninn.
While tills fclves Mr. PiiVnnm no vot
ing power, as ho la simply to keep
""nl of tpwMngH, It moans Hint ho
will be brought Into close contact
with II tho Couinihslon's activities.
X'nrtVr the now law. Mr, Putnam Is nl
o a mqinliui" of tho Pnrolo board.
nliMi nets upon all pardons nnd pa
uiifM ut tho tt tat pnnlltiiltlnry, ami
Hornt vlsllora to the Capital say ho
is b ulor Jhqn, Um piuvurblul ono
iirminl paiior hangor.
Lots olooo n SCO to 9'il. Has)
P incuts. J. A. Kustes. Adv.
wim.hiiuvi: IIKAU MKAT.
In cuiioootlon with tho visit ut
Professor Thoinns Shaw nnd other
rnllioad and agricultural uxporls to
t.a Pine up. Hiturday tho people of
that section plan n community gath
ering to which tho whole south west
em seel Ion of tho county Is Invited.
Plans aro being made for n dinner nt
which tho big black bear Ullloil by
W, P. Vandovort will bo servod, nd
also trout from tho Deschutes. A
number nf llond people plan lo go up
for the day.
Sea I M wards for good houso paint
I lift Adv.
YIHITOKK WIN MATflHHH.
A pirty of four from Itodmond
plAVCil tennis with local men Sunday
Morning whining four out of the six
mutches played. The scores were as
follows: IIohcIi and llurdlok vs.
Koj-ps unit Hproat, fi-1, 0-3. 7-0, 0-0 j
Ilrnko and Harr vs. Stover and Kuilolt
.(J. 6.3, 7-r; Iludell vs. Drake. 6-4,
76: DjvIs and Parr 1-0. 0-4, -3;
llljch s. Hnroat. -4, C-li Ilurdlck
vs. Stover, !, 0-3.
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Make us rlht price on your
land ond wo can do the ret. Lover
ctt & Flsch. IU"nd, Orogon. 13tf
WHNANI1V IX l01lTiaXI.
That J. JI. Wonandy la now In bua-
hwtt In Portland Is Indicated hy tho
following from tlio Portland Tele-
urnnf of May 80: "Horses for the
tuo of tha'KnRlUh Kovernmcnt for
- nrtll)ory and wvalry purposes will o
purchased1 tomorrow nt tho Modem
few! bJrnv, Rlxth ami Fast II streets.
by J. II. Wenandy. who has a con
tract to furnish such animals for the
war." , H'
itiMiiiuKMtUM nrriTiox vh.ki.
T4ie general cloctrlo (ranchlso re-
tpnfly granted to Steldl and Twee! U
to l8 rofened to th people, a, roN
rrejtttum ptltlou on the mer.suro.1
"having bociuaiod with tho city roc'
ordrr otedy. Tha petition Uf
T tdnbt'A Ppw'or Co., and teir tont
135 panics. It la understood, that ,
and way points
A Seven Passenger Touring Car
Each Way Each Day.
RIDE IN THE EASY CARS
Walter Coombs, L D. Fox, Pioneer
Auto Stage and Truck. Co.
SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVEKV CO.
Freight Trucks in Addition
returning from n three day's fishing
trip abovo nenham Palls.
'In tho sneaking which followed the
dliinor Mr. Slnnlcy described. some of
his early experiences Id Ucnd, tolling
of the affection ho still retained for
the town. W L. llolso urged that
tho dltforont Boctlons of Orogon bo
forgotten as sections nnd that here
after thero bo known only the whole
Frederick V. Holninn. president of
tho Oregon Historical Society, spoko
entertainingly of his oarly fishing ex
werlenros In tho vlclnltv of Portland,
Jesting about "fish stories,1" and his
own prowess as a fisherman. In a
more serious voln Mr. Holman des
cribed his surprise at the conditions
he found horo, admitting that al
though tho nr.n of nn Oregon plon?cr
nnd the president of the historical
Eoclotv, it was his first trip Inw Cen-
trnl Oregon. He was especially en
thusiastic over tho sceniry. tho sit
uation of tho town on tho river nnd
over Its advantages as a place to live
Other Bpcaknrs Included J. P.
Keyes, who said a fow words of tho
resources of this section, aId H. J,
Overturf, who offered a few remi
niscences qX oarly days. John Steldl
told his trout story.
Sunday night tho visitors enter
tained a number of locnl men nt din
ner on their car.
Those making tho trip were: Dr,
A. K. Rockoy, Ssndford Hlrsch. Ous
Simon, W. Ti. llolso. W. H. Hurlburt,
P, H. Holman. P. 8. Stanley. R. Gar
rison. J. M. Derry, D. C. Lewis,1 R.
W. Hallos. A. P. lilies, D. ,C. O'
Reilly nnd Dr. Gcorgo Wilson. :
Uso Descliutos Sprav.
bettor than ovor. Adv.
50 LOTS IN
Ct'T TO ll t!0 9 75 $100 i?ii:.i-
(.1 aSH AM) 9,1 MONTH liY, tl PKIl CUNT
Olt 91( CASH ANI 910 MONTH IY, NO INTKHIIST
J. A. EASTES, Affent
(Continued from page 1.)
being ns follows: Lota 11, 12 and-13
In block 19, Park acalticn to II. H.
Do Annond, lota 2, .1, 4, and G In
block 14, Park addition to Charles
C. Prlngle. Lots 4 nnd 5 In block
3, Deschutes addition' to Prank Mil
ler, lots 3 and 4 In block 40, Park
addition to A. M. Prtngle, lots 8 and
9, In block 13, Park addition to E.
T. Gerrlsh, lots 13 and 14, block 2,
Larch addition to Prank Le May.
Prank Drown has purchased a lot In
Kouwood Gardens. Tho property pur
chased by A. M, Prlnglo Is Improved,
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I WILL COW (3cowaUUiiO.S.asgjwd wfrr I
MAKE tho greatest proflta for the zqbffipjr: I
I SAVING l!io most Umo and labor for HJi 1
fli. S flnimf enticnn III Biw7 I
1 We aould be pleased to ect up or.e CVs.'V I i
I of these separators at your home and '''ysp I J
I you be tha judge.
FOR SALE DY
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
DIDDLE " HODSON
Bend-Klamath Auto Stage Co.
. Bend-Burns Auto Stage Co.
1IKNI HAHPHK '. .8 l.no
JIKNH LA 1'INi: S.SO
IIKNH OIHSCi:NT -4.00
HL'ND LONOHOTH OJfl
i;i; IOKT KLAMATH 0.00
lllINI) CIIILOQUIN 10.00
IIMND KLAMATH FALLS ,.,.s ll.UO
m:ni iiuuns io.oo
Curs Lcnvo Ilend for Klamath Pnlls Tuesday, Thursday
and Hntimlny after Morning Train.
It. O. liAMIlEIltoN, Agent, llond, Oregon.
thoro bolng a houso on each of tho
Other activity, not caused hy the
mill construction, has been tho pur
chase and shipment of largo num
bers of horses recently, lluyors rep
resenting Spokano and Grand Island,
Nebraska firms havo been hero for
some tlmo picking up horses and It
Is roportod that a shipment of olx
carloads has been purchased farther
south which will bo brought to Doud
for loading. Most of theso purchases
aro for foreign governments, Comto
do Pontenllllat and Dr. Austin, who
nro buying for Franco, passod
through town this morning on their
way to Lakovlaw for horses.
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IRRIGATED LAND AND
Exclusive agaat for Kenwood and"
Also clow in Irrif eted Acreage in
One to Five Acre Tracts
W&6&6$ttjX&t a 7K&?X&s&Kfl
I siiiHHBssCsraflRs&tisnsy t r Vtjito YrKssiiiiiiiitfssliiMMsstffliissiiiiH
THE BEND COMPANY
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
FIR AND MAPLE FLOORING
MILLWOOD$2.50 Per Load DELIVERED
TOWN. LOTS ANDCREAGE
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