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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1915)
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BIG NEW PRESS
PRESENT BUILDINO TO
9Imtant Mnclilno I'or High (Initio
Printing ntiil Aililltlomil Hh(i),
Iloom Will Hliorfly i:iulp Plant
Kor Increietl HiisIiicm Here.
iWhllo Tlio llullotln today has a
ftli6p well enough equipped to hnn
tllo almoHt any sort of printing nor
mally occurlnR In n town tlio stzo" of
llend, It Is following Its policy of try
ing to koep a llttlo ahead of tho trnda
nnd U about to malto a great Im
provement In ItH plant.
A Pony Mlohlo press, lias 'bcon
liurchasod and In now In tho ware
house II will ho Instnllcd ns soon
ns an addition to tho present build
ing can ho erected to homo It nnd
other now equipment. Tho ninchtno
linn n prcRH hod of 20x34 Inches, nad
1h capahlo of handlliiK nny nort of
lnrgo Job work, nucli as booklets, two
nnd thrco color work, largo posters
nnd every oilier kind of high grado
With tho new press The llullotln
enn offoct economies In Inrgor Jobs
nnd will ho In n position to compoto
with Portland houses o.i nny kind of
lirlntlng, aa It nlwajs hns dono nnc
cessfully on smaller work, Tho
Mlehlo presses nro recognized to ho
tho highest typo of presses manufac
tured, and nro In nso In most of tho
large printing establishments Tho
cost of this t)po of press, new, la
nbout $1,800. It wolghs about 0,000
pounds, and will hnvo a sopnrato elec
tric motor of Its own.
Plans aro completed for nn nildl
(Ion to tho present llullotln building.
A now room will bo placed nn tho
north end of tho present quartern
with dimensions of 2tx34 feet Tho
walls will hu of brlclc, with a skylight
ns well as windows, tlcildo ncrom
niodatlng tho big now press tho ad
dition will prnvldo space I"0" tho
present stapling nnd punching ma
chines and glvo nmplo room for fold
ing and amtcmhllng largu Jobs. Fa
cilities for binding will bo added, nnd
Itow typo will relufnrco tho already
'largo nsHoitmcut Tho prcsont stock
room will bo mined Into tho addition
providing moru spaco and batter
llghtjng In tho mnliv shop.
Horuafter tho present Ilabcnck
cilln'dor pioss will bo used entirely
for pTlutlni; tho newspaper, nnd will
ha available for n dally nt nny tlmo,
or, for long runs ns special millions
nro desired. In thin connection, The
llultutlii this siiinmor will Ihhuo a
liirgc and verv oomprehcustvu (level
ninnont number with mnuy Illustra
tions whlah will bo In nil odd the
most Important publication of the
Wild ever attempted In Central Ore
nn tid Will offer ii extremely Mil
liable admtlilnn medium
During Chautauqua Week
IIHNH lljM'KAIH iiudmomi
TIib low! mine Mtlly defnutwd a
tcuu from lUdtnoutl oi Sunday, the
wore liulni! 11 to S. Both tennis hit
tho urtll oniilly but tho I lend lulluld
kept thg.una o( tho Uniting team tn
n Minimum (lames hnvo been nr
Minedlth. Madras for .Inly 6 nnd
7, and otheikgnmos nro to ho plnji.'d
on tho 3rdJltti, and Gth.
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Tor algu painting sco Kdwards.
TJso Deschutes Sprny Flour. Whlt
ttr nnd better tlinn evor Tor sain by
The Now llend Hour Mill Co. Ath.
Hiim'HK nrcKivi:s appointment
Word Jihh reenntb boon rocolod
of tho hoqor accorded J 11. Bhonso.
rormerly superintendent uf oehoola In
this district. In appointment to tho
nrofeisnlMilp of education nt tho
University of South Dakota. Mr
Shoum Is n graduate of tho unlvor
Hlt) sud Is nt present attending CM
eimo university whoro ho Mill rcelt
the I'll. I), degree thl mimmer.
H O liamliersrn and Hiuol V
Caldwell, both of Ho id, wero married
bv Rv. A O. lthoten of lted'Mond
nt Itahumid lilt night. Mrs. H. O.
('ldwll and daughter Until accom
iwnUd tluii'u. Mr. nnd Mrs I.ambor
Mu ro llvlnn tho WrUlit for tho
Krisnt, liuv. expect to keep houso
iEAST SIDE PIER
(Continued from page 1.)
down to Midpoint whore tho bridge
roatraetorH tako hold?
On the oilier, side of the river th
oleurlng tpullfiues, It Vbl"K "8 ,n"
teiitlou or tho company to remove
all brush which .might te u flro dan
mr In all JSTatres will bo cleared
lit prtwent'nt, the mill site. On tho
logging itnfd th clcarlag runs back
about thrfco nfllw.f.td grading slll
The Hte.st now development cans
ed by tho nill bulldlnK It tho start
ing ui of tho brick yard west of town,
V 11 MpftL tm owner of tho yard,
lunl i rrolveda contract for over
" 0' e io hiJckTtp be delivered nt tho
mill mm n.tlTvuYv of the'so brick was
jiiH-ied ti. begin todav. Thov will
1 o ued for the iw mill power house, i
tlip eopluo .id boiler rtom aud tho,
ll!r nutting. Ui beginning work!
at tho lir'fk M obaIi Mr Horn Is
employing tS mou.
We will put on the best
reels we have ever shown.
We will run every night and as usual
have two shows, the second beginning
at nine o'clock. By attending the sec
ond show you will be able to go to
tho Chautauqua and attend a good all
around picture show. Everybody come
. I SO
The Dream Theatre
.WALL ST.. nEND
MORE ITER FIGURES GIVEN
I'rexcut I 'low nt I,nu Pulls Is 1a
est llVcr ItfHordeil,
Supplementing his statements con
cerning the water situation roportcd
In Tho llullotln last week, l'red V.
Honslmw, district engineer wator re
sources brunch of tho V. 8 Goologlc
nl Survey, stntcd boforo leaving town
that IiIh luensuromoiits nt l.aa falls
Hhowcd 1100 second feet to bo run
ning tho rlvor nt tlio preaont tlmo.
This Is lower than tho lowest water
Tho nverago minimum In .livio for
tho past ten )cnrH has been 1700 sec
ond feet while tho lowost minimum
recorded was 1430 In 1906. The
point wns reached ngnln In
Tho flow In Juno, 1007, was
doublo that of tho present
Tumnlo creek tho same low
water conditions provall, tho flow on
Friday of last week bolng 13S second
feet an against ISO second foot aver
ngo for Juno. One year. In 1010, tho
Tumalo showed a lower stngo tlinn
that at tho present tlmo, running on
ly 111 second feet.
TO APPOINT POSTMABTIIH.
A post olllco Inspector has been de
tailed to mako nn Investigation with
tho vlow to tho appointment of n post
mastor nt Jllvors, Oregon, Tho otneo
Is now vacant duo to tho resignation
of tho former Incumbent,
PATTERSON itRUG CO.
MEET YOUR fcUIENDS ATS -
We are hidqurteri for Pure Dtut and
JSJgrxctigu Comp,ete L tof
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. '
Chautauqua Week Specfal D E.N D
PENNANT S three f o r $1.00.
The Mot'of The Beit for The Lef
Lots 60x114, Sidewalks,
and Electric Lights
$100 to $225
- TERMS: $10' Cash and $lb'
Monthly. Special inducements'
to parties who will bukl lioms
In Orcgonlnn Interview Putnam Knys
SAIiCM, June 28. With news of
renl develspmont In Central Oregon,
Goorgo Palmer Putnam, sccrotary to
Governor WlthVcombe. returned to
Salom this motnlng, after leaving the
Governor nnd his party at uona,
whence they proceeded south to
Klamath Falls and Crater Lake. The
primary purpose of tho Central Oro
gon trip was -nn examination by
membors of tho Desert Land Hoard
of tho Tumalo project, recently com
pleted by the state. It waB the first
official visit of the Governor and At
torne'y Genernl Brown.
"Tho Governor wns greatly pleas
ed with tho project," said Mr. Put
nam. "However, I really hollave
whnt ploasod him and tho other vis
itors most was the big lumber mill
Ing development they found under
wny nt Bond. To como upon the
construction of a mill that Is costing
(000,000 und will employ S00 men
certainly is encouraging. "
The mill In question Is being con
structed by tho Shevlln-Hlxon Com
pany, which recently acquired tho
Deschutes pine timber holdings of A,
It. Itogors and tho Johnson-Prince In
terests. Already more than 1G0 man
nro at work, 'To reach the mill tho
railroad Is building about n mlfo of
track nnd placing a largo steel bridge
over the Deschutos.
XOTICK OI." AXNUAfj .MIIKTING.
The annual stockholder meeting
of tho Arnold lrrlgntlnn Company
will bo held at tho Bond Commercial
Club room nt 2 p. in, on Thursday,
July 1C. 17-18c
(Continued from page 1.)
tnlned by tho Bond commercial Club
whero Prosldont Koyes sctd a few
words of wolcomo to which Governor
Wlthycombo respondod. II. II. De
Armond presided. Arriving at Tum
alo at noon, after tho Grango hall
meeting, tho visitors found no elab
orate lunchoon spread In Community
hnll to which more than 200 sat
down, In tho spanking which follow
ed, G. P, Putnnm acted ns toastmas
tor, Introducing V. A. TorboB. Attor
ney General Brown, Wesley O Smith,
V. C. Wilkes. W. D. Barnes nnd Gov
Tho nftornoon wna Bpent In nn In
spection of tho project on which the
Governor commented enthusiastical
ly saying; "I nin more than pleased
with tho Tumalo project, The work
has bocn noil dor.o nnd It ecems to
mo that the project ns tho stnto has
built It stands not only ns n monu
ment to tho efficiency hut especially
as a mora desirable example of tho
right way to construct! rrlgatlon en
terprises. If tho oxamplo set will
Beginning Friday July?2nd,.and
ending Wednesday July 7th, I will
. put on sale a SPECIAL ARTICLE
each day. It will be something
special each day, and to be sure of
getting" the benefit of this sale you
should come in every morning and
see what is on sale.
A. L. FRENCH
Bend's Leading Men's Clothier .
Lots in Aubrey Heights
REDUCED IN PRICE!
CUT IX) 9 (10
(? 75 9100 & 912.1
93 CASH AND 9.1 MONTHLY, 0 PKK CUNT
OK 90 CASH AND 91 MONTHLY, NO INIKIHIST
J. A. EASTES, Agent
encourngo others so much tho bet
tor." While tho Lnnd Board wna on tho
Irrigation projocta momhers of tho
I'lsli nnd Gnmo Commission visited
tho now hatchery nnd put In the day
lshlng up rlvor, all meeting for the
dlnnor In tho evening.
For sign painting boo UdwnrdJ.
FECIAL for 60 DAYS
Every Real Estate Owner who
has ever purchased a lot fromour
company is now assured of a profit
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
us for particulars. Ask for D. E.
HUNTER, Manager Real Estate.
Department. , q .