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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1915)
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JOHN E. RYAN IS NEW
? VICE PRESIDENT
lloml- Wnlcr MKlit AS Timer Co.
CIiimim1- OlkliiN for Coining otir
I'iiv,I(IciiI Itnmti Inlcrtlcncil
ji Ihii1 A (TiiIi-m li) .loiinml.
John 13 Ryan hug lieon elected
"vice president of tho Hend Water
Light & l'owcr Co. to succuoil J. I'.
Kojos, whoso resignation was offered
nt tho recent meeting of tho com
pany. Other officers olocted woru 0.
A. nrown, president and K I). Mil
Icr, secretary, tho hoard of directors
conslBtlrjK of these two and Messrs
John E. ltyan, T. It. Foley and V. A,
According to statements mndo hy
n representative of tho company tho
connection of Mr. Hyan with tho
Bliovlln-Hlxoii Company and tho busl.
liens connect lonn which mny ho mado
liotwecn that company and tho Tlcnd
"Water Unlit & Power Co. wake his
dissociation with tho power company
ndvautagcniiH to both, while his prac
tical business oxporlcnco will ho of
'.great assistance to his now associates.
Pros. Ilrmwi In I'ortlnml.
Charles A Drown, president of tho
company, loft hero Thursday night
following tho annual mooting. Whllo
'In Portland ho wrh Intorvlowed con
corning local mattorit, tho report of
tho Interview appourltig In tho Jour
iinl as followa
"Cltlious of llnnd will voto August
V on tho question of allowing a com
Totlng light and power company to
fnter tho flold now held hy tho llond
"Water Idght nnd Power Company.
Tho council had punned nn ordlnnnco
granting a franchise to tho Hloldl
Tweot Company, Mnyor Miller Vetoed
It nnd the council paused It again
over tho veto Tho verdict of tho
vltlzcns Is now Invoked hy tho ref
erendum started hy tho II, W. L. &
Prmltlcnt In I'nrtlniul.
"C. A. Ilrnwn of Chicago, presl
tlont of tho company now supplying
the city who Is in Portland today,
vtntod that tho Btoldl-Twcot lntorosts
liaVo asked permission to enmpoto on
tho strength of n power right acquir
ed In oxchango for concessions mndo
to nn Irrigation project. This right
allows them tho uso. of nnc-hr.lt of
nho water passing aver tho Irrigation
Oam In excess of 1050 culilo foot por
second. In July nnd August, when
tho greatest cdll Is mado upon tho Ir
rigation ditch, nttio more than coo
'foot of water flows ovor tho dam pnr
Docond which, Mr. Drown says, would
Innve less than nothing for tho gen
eration of elrctrlo powor.
"Our company has ampto financial
reserves utid Is now prnnnred to make
oxtt'nsloiu nt a cost of $50,000. Theso
nro not bolng mndo, how over, until
m know whether wo nro to ho de
prlvod of part of tho rovenuos wa
nro now rarolvlng nnd bo ohllged to
divide tho levenues to bo expected as
tho city grows
"I bellovo In tho regulation of pub
lic utilities nnd our enmpanv has sub
mitted nil tho data demanded to tlin
Oregon cnmmUslim which I expected
to hand down u ruling noxt weak on
the Justice of our rntoi. I bnllevn.
lion over, as do on the commission It
voir, that thlA remilntlon should glvo
companies protection from ImlUcrlm
Oiltlthtk Inillciilr I'l-onioillv
"Mr. Drown declared his belief
1 Im I (lend Is about to enter upon n
rnpld growth, Htnrllng with tho con
struction of tho Shevllu-Hlxoii mill.
Following this, (Im llroaks mill Is
under consideration, the. projects glv
lug prospeotlvn employment to linn
drcdo of men. Tho extension of the
Oregon lJastern from Hlvorton to.
wards Hend Is another 'factor which
Mr Drown forseos will hn n, linnlthful
Inlliinnco on the Central Oregon me
tropolis. 'Tho U. W I. ft l Company Is
figuring with tho Shovllns for tho
numibliig of power to opornto their
mill Other projects under contem
plation will utlllto other unltn of tho
'uxcb potential energy from tho
iwiupnuv bin power dam. Tho ores
nit plant Is constructed so as to ill
low Installation of another water
wheel without calling upon other
power units camWo of ilovolomuent,
If (his plant should require It."
Beo Kdnrda for papor hanging.
J u it opened. A now met market.
'OI us a trUI. Gilbert & Son.Adv
JURY AWARDS MEDAL
Simula i.l (III (. llt'i Recognition
nt Han KrnuclM'o I'lilr.
lidoaifawqrdng gold medal to
tho Standard Oil Oompany (Citlltor
11U u pracjlcallv bI of Hi products
the Juts' of awards Putiama-Pac'rtc
Intvwiitloual Usnoiltlun, hua award
ed h UHHldl 0J hotior to the ul opm
uunv i lta work'nd ixilloles." and
aprclal medt of weogaltlon of the
Standard' f0wrvntlon wrk In the
C'Hifouna oil fleliU. It wr olllotally
nuiinuiHHui t the Btaadard Oil Imlld
In rcce'itU". ,
Cmmjillni? ou tin "woK nud
ollelaa" Twar., IC It Klngihurv,
vle-preldot of tho company eald:
' That aw ard apulh speclllcnlly lu
the jnapnor lit which our company
IIiob dealt with Its employees, Its cus
tomers and tho public, and for the
mothoda It has developed In produc
ing, transporting, icflnlng and colling
'Anothor award In which wo feel
a deep sense of gratification, Is the
gold medal for our conservation
methods lu thn (ill fields. This com
pany has always bent every effort
toward eliminating wnsto In tho pro
duction of petroleum and has Initiat
ed and placed In operation many de
vices nnd methods tending toward
conservation and cttlclcnt operation
of oil ,w ells."
CONTHACTOIW lli:ili: Hl'NDAl .
John I). Twohy, M S Doss lind
ltohort Twohy passed through town
.Sunday on their way to Portland
from Durns whero thoy had been witlu
tho party of O -W. II. & N Ct ofll-l
clnln In connection with tho plan, an
nounced In Tho Bulletin Inst weak, to
extend tho company's Malhour lino
west toward Hand, Thcya ro connect
ed with the contracting firm of
Twohy Dros nnd nro figuring on tho
work Durns papers received since
tho visit of the railroad officials ox
press tho expectation that work on
tho new lino will begin nt onro.
A. A. FRANZKE,
1 BHEizfFJMuMr" "1
Here Is a lecturer who has fired tho
bouI of many audiences. Ho Is called
"Tho Little dlant." Ho la virile and
fascinating. Hear him without fall.
DIUDLE i IIOD30W
Bend-Klamath Auto Stage Col
Bend-Burns Auto Stage Co.
ii:m it AHPHH $ i.nn
IIKNI) la pim: i!.r,0
iii:m ciir.scK.vr -i.oo .
1IK.NI) LO.NOItOTIt 0.00
1IKM) I'OItT KLAMATH 0.00 '
ItKND CHIfX)QUIN .. 10.00"
IIK.NI) KLAMATH FALLS 1 l.SO
IIKM) IIUIINS 10.00
Curs J .emu Hend fur Klamath I'nllx Tuesday, Thursday
nml Hntuiiliiy nftcr Morning Tiulu.
It. O.'LA.MIinilSO.V, Agent, Demi. Oregon.
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
THIS MUCH OF THE PEAL
TOBACCO CHEW IS AS
SATISFYING AS THAT WAD
YOU HAVE IM YOUR CHEEK
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more good tobacco taste and sub
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It's the Real Tobacco Chew and if you
like tobacco you'll know it by the time
you finish your first pouch.
Sappy, mellow, rich tobacco- sea-.
soncd and sweetened just enough. Ariel
the taste lasts. jL-
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much lot roil have to pli, how few chewi 1011 mvi te
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WEYM AN-BRUTON COMPANY
SO Union Sqwr, Now Yk ..
BUY FROM DEALER OHSEND 0 STAMPS TO US7) '
CENTRAL OREGON'S LEADING INSURANCE AGENCY
and all other
Flrc'Plale GlauJlulomobile Surely Bonds i
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BEND, OREGON, June 23', 1915. '
LS ACCOUNT WITH
J. A. EASTES
Office on Oregon Street
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First payment on Lot0, Block 0 in the
section of'Bend that' hasr a view command-,
ing the whole city, within 12 minutes
1 , v -i
r;.'.ift& , walk from Po3t office.
AUBREY HEIGHTS -' - 5.00
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BUY A LOT IN AUBREY HEIGHTS for $ 1 00.-$5. 00 Cash and $5.00 Monthly
REAL ESTATE, City and Farm Properly
WOKIC IS l'liANNKI).
Tho I'orcst Sorvlco contomplntoa
tho following work this year.
Toleiiliono lino from Davis I.ako
HntiKor Station to tho head of Foil
river, 19 miles.
Cuhln on I'nullna Peak for lookout
Kunils for a drilled woll In Section
17, T. 24 8., It. 14 a, for tho District
Klxturoa for abovo well, windmill,
Darn at Titmalo Rancor Station.
Ground wlro for Dlaclc Ilutto tolo
Iihone Itnc, 2 miles.
I'aporlng Insldo of Crescent nnn
rcg Station house.
Papering and painting Davis Lako
ranger station liouso.
Paaturo fonco at Swampy Lako
ranger station, 10 acres,
Pasturo fonco at Sparks Lako Ran
ger station, 20 acres.
Pasturo fence at Lava Lako rail go r
station, 20 ncros.
OANXKUV IWOIUIATIOX fllVKrt
That Dond "Is centrally located lit
the rabbit belt" Is tho Information
given an Inquirer by A. C. Hgan, of
tho O.-W. R. & N., In answor to a
request for Information us to tho
possibilities ot starting a Jack rabbit
cannory horo. Mr. Egan furthor ad
vises that powor Is available hero and
that altogether llond would bo a
good placo for a cannory.
For sign painting soo Edwards.
FECIAL for 60 DAYS
Every Real Estate Owner who f
has ever purchased a lot from our
company is now assured of a prof it
and that you may further profit by -the
purchase of Real Estate NO
ADVANCE IN PRICES will be
made for the next SIXTY DAYS.
Our terms of payment have also
been changed to EASY MONTHLY
If you would like a nice lot,
close in, at a low price and on easy
terms of payment, this is your,
Come to our office or telephone
t us for particulars. Ask for D. E.
HUNTER, Manager Real Estate
THE BEND C0MPAN
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