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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1915)
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STATE WARDEN HERE
Carl I. SlioeraaLer 3Ul.es Inspection
Trip Tliroush TIil Section.
On a trip of inspection and to set
acquainted with the wardens and
game conditions on the east aide of j
the Cascade Carl D. Shoemiker. re-,
cently appointed state game warden,
arrived in I tend late Thursday sight.?
Mr. Shoemaker motored here from)
Lakevlew Friday he speat here
In company with Dtttriet Deputy'
"Warden McKay. Tisltlac the ftsh,
hatchery and Uw pond now Is .
oa the Tuto. Kri:s for Barns oa(
Saturday atorsmr. j
Mr. ShoetBsrer's boe Is la Row,
bare where fc U the paMtsher of
the Dally tf While here he col
lected aiatertal for aa article oa this,
tectten to Vj pn'tshe in Ms paper.
Mr. Shoewilers appotatsaeat as
warden br Governor Wltiytb Is
conceded to I a strong one aad Is
String universal saUsfacttos.
ItAILUOAD MEN HHRK.
J. P. O'Hrfea. Tlce president andi
general manager of the O-W. R- &
N with Mrs O Brien aad Sperin-i
tendent Palmer, arrived la Bead onj
the erenlac Irsln oa Saturday to In
spect the work on the spar and
bridge to the Saevlln-Hlxon rail!
rite. "Conditions at Bead." Mr. O'
Brien said, are better than at any,
other point, oa oar llae " The private;
car in which the party traveled was,
taken to Redmond Sunday morning
from which point they weal to the
Metollus (or the day
LOTS LOTS LOTS
We are SELLING LOTS at less than HALF the
price asked in other Additions of equal .dis
tance from the business center.
Let 40X105.. $G0 for Inside, $75 for Coram
Lots 50X120 575 ad $100 for bait
Uto 50X125 $100 ud $125 for Corners
5.00 Cash and $5.00 Monthly, 6 per cent interest.
Mr. Householder, cheaper to buy and huild
than to pay rent.
Young Man or Young Woman, it pays to
put your money in Real Estate when you buy
YOU CAX BUY RIGHT from me.
J. A. EASTES
drill for nse on sandy soils, especial
ly the dry land, always insist npon a
press drill br a drill with the press
"Another Itera of interest and val
ne the handlfae of the summer
fallow. Many farmers are harrow
ins the summer fallow, as suggested
in the past or as they have' learned
through experiment, but there is an
Improvement to be made even over
the harrow on most lands. Where
the land is harrowed thoroughly to
kill the weeds and bold the mois-
! tare, most of oar lands will become
too fine and will dry out too deeply
and Mow t-adly. The use of a light
er tool than the harrow will gener
ally prove much better. A weeder
or even a hay-rake is a better tool
for this work ia many instances. I
have during the past week visited a
farm where two acres "ere cuIUvat
ed with a hay-rake Instead of a har
row. This tool leaves the surface In
a cloddy, crumbly mnlch Instead of
flae and dusty, and the moisture
stood at least two inches nearer ht
surface in this land than la that
Immediately adjoining It. which had,,
been prepared In the same manner
but had not been culUvated with a
harrow In my opinion, the bay-rake
will not prove as good a tool as will
a good weeder. but it will prove In
many Instances better than the har
row for cultivating the summer fallow."
DEATH Ol .MILS. ROBINSON.
Mrs. Jane Kobinsoa. who has been
confined to her bed for some raosths
past, died yesterday afternoon at the
ace of Si. She was the wife of Andy
Robinson, to whom she was married
"on February S. 19S. Arrangement
for the funeral are being maae tocay,
Pursuant to a resolution of the
City Council, bids are called for. for
the construction of a cement walk
cemplyinc with city standards, at
let 7. Moe 14. Bend, oa Minnesota
.. tini itrj Purthr Informa
tion mar to, bad from the aity en-J
glneer. mas man e suoraiueu w
the city engineer before 19 a. m.
Aug. S. 1915.
UOHKKT B. GPULD.
21c City Engineer,
For slsn paiatlng see Edwards.
.1. O. O. 1'. INSTALL OFFICERS.
The new officers recently installed
by the Odd Feltows are as follows;
N. O.. J II. Conaarn; V. G.. L. C.
Fleming; recording secretary. George
P. Gove; treasurer. A. 1 Gove; war
den. Julius Janett. H. S. N. G., J.
E. Engebrelsoa. Conductor. N- P
Welder: 11 8., V O. E. Anderson;
Inside gusrdlan. Claude Kelly.
For sign painting see Edwards.
1 1 IrIicM . IMilNtlon In the
PARKS A HANKS RAILROAD
Bond. Tuo-lr. Aug. 10. Twice Bally.
U mi H p. in. Sharp
Presenting feats, features and
wonders frvtn everv known land A
herd of performing elephants. Many
beautiful Shetland ponies In drills
und marches, dogs and monkeys
Trained animals that do everything
fett talk, bands of biwIc. a host of
funny clown The world's greatest
Udy and gentlemen performer Pos
itively the greateat feature acts ever
en beneath canvas. adr.
(Continued from page 1.)
gralns, excepting possibly Earner, 'well prepared seed bed will grow
do not par on the dry land, especial-, crops most years. Fall grains will
lv whre such fevere frosts visit the. be nlanted is demonstration ntots In
country. Field Peas. Sweet Clover this section this fall, but only oa
and Dry Land Alfalfa will at least summer fallow land as we know that
grow. Time will tell how well they other lands will not pay from ei
will pay A preis drill Is necessary ! perlenee In less exposed sections. '
for best success In planting grains Note of Value to lry Farmer.
on a saady soil. To Insure success "The man who Is farming on dry
where there are many rabbits. It Is land In this rect'on should be an
necessary to fence against the pest. , xlous to obtain all the Information
Where sage rats appear, even In possible regarding best practice and
small numters. they should be pols- then to put this information Into
ened or la some other way destroy-. practice on h'.s farm. Any increas
ed when they first appear Jn the ed yields may be figured oa profit.
spring. jThe following Items when conslder-
"There are hundreds of home-'ed may prove of value to the dry
steaders in the high desert country, farmer;
and all who are trying to farm have "On sandy soils the disc drill or
been experimenting along the same' any other form of drill, excepting the
lines as oa these demonstration ' press drill, will leave the soil too
farms. By taking note of the work loose about the grain seed to Insure
and results oa these farms, they will a good germination and perfect
find at once that spring grains dot stand, beside allowing the soli to dry
not pay Because of success of other! out too deop for most successful
crops, they can plainly see that a growth of crop. In purchasing a
SHERIFFS SAM-! ON EXECUTION
! In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Crook.
Charles S. Beaton. Plaintiff vs. S. X.
j Steele and Abble "M. Steele, De
Whereas, an execution rnd order
;of sale was issued in the above en
i Utled cause on the SUh day of July,
1915, upon a Judgment therein ren
dered In favor of the Plaintiff and
against the Defendant. S. X. Steele
for the sura of Two Thousand Dol
lars with Interest thereon from June
Sth. 1S13, at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum, for Twenty e4?ht Dollars
with penalty thereon at the rate of
one per cent por moath for Qve
months, for the sura of Two and 94
180 Dollars, together with Interest
on thirty-two and J4-100 Dollars
from September 1st. 1914, at the rate
of II per cent per annum; for the
sum of Two Hundred Dollars Attor
ney's fees, and for the further sum
of Twenty-seven aad 50-100 Dollars.
costs, which Judgment was enrolled
and docketed in the Clerk's office of
said Court in said County oa the
I9th day of June. 1913; and where
as, it was fuVther ordered and de
creed by the Court la said Suit that
the following described real estate,
to-wif the west half of the south
east quarter and the southeast quar-
"PRIDE DF THE PACIFIC" j
is the place to forget summer's
beat and fliut, nlso The Cores and j
Worries of The Day to ENJOY
LIFE nt IU UEST, dotvn by the '
sen Hliere tlio ocean breezes blow.''
at Mllllsaa', Oa demonstration plots
-t .... f.n..i & nl.tla ft innH nf
Mil lAllfl. ,., ... w..-.- --
8wet Clover because of the loose
niM of the seed bed A few seeds'
of lhs crop, bowevw. planted oa
har! ground -t liawptiw have gron
and the plant prove that this crop
tll pay in- thl setloa. The' Dry
1-aad alfalfa is yet very young, but
a good staad has b oMalnod and
the crop Is pruMlssng.
"A very noUcvabht aad valuat !
)tat for all dry laad farmers s
dMsiaftsltat! ob 'rM l la"'i
Uist hm the Erl Hart Wh-at
praMlealtr H Ul " a'-1
the wU ol the drill paektd t
wd. avd (n lb rows the crop :
srreaii. tall aad lMsalthy
CodcUohs that soar af-l
irawst at this Man are that Sir r.g
Lots 60x114, Sidewalks,
and Electric Lights
$100 to $225
TERMS: $10 Cash and 510
Monthly. Special inducements
to parties who will build homes
J. RYAN & CO.
You're on the right trackl
If fou can find use for a little
wore fun you ought to
Mayhc "yours" onl hcfalbna
mayhc it TDilL
Rerched only via tbo
Tickets on sale dally r.t low (I
faras for the round trip
Ask J. If. COItBETT, Agent
ter of the southwest quarter of Sec
tion one (1) and the northeast quar
ter of the northwest Quarter of Rr.
tlon Twelve (12). all in Township Jfl
(10), East, W. M., In Crook county,
Oregon, be sold according to law to
satisfy said Judgment, including At
torney's fees, cost and accruing
costs aad the balance, if any to be
applied aa by law directed. Xow
Therefore. Xotice is Hereby Given
that I hare duly levied upon the real
estate above described and that I
will on Saturday, the 2Sth day of
August, 1915, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon thereof, at d
the north front door of the Court V
house in the City of Prineville,
Crook County, Oregon, sell, accord
ing to law to the highest bidder for
cash, all the right, title and Interest
of the above named Defendants, on
the 27th day of May. 1911, In and to
the above described tract of real
estate, to satisfy said Judgment and
Dated this 2Sth day of July, 1915.
2 1-2 4c, E. B. KXOX.
Sheriff of Crook County, Oregon
UK! MO.VKV MAKlMl
m sr sssssninaU l-'
prtofrl. Mil en sijght.
HTjrrtrisdi omwU ae.
JUS the thing (or the
f&rjer. summer hotels,
country Uw. etc. ole.
Write for Uookttt and
agent's proporittcn. A
fcwA territories still
COAST COI.VISUT JS
Poitlaad (Kenton Sta-
hard wear and
is a tent that will stand
That won't come apart through cheap material or
That will be as gotxl next year and the year after,
as it is the first season.
you can get such a Tent by asking for the "Will
amette" and making sure our traae-mark is on it.
EveryTTcnt is guaranteed to give absolute satisfacton.
"WUlamtHt" Ttntt ar mad in all s6m and .
Tktjf cost inert than Ttnt iritkout natru er guarantee.
For Sale by All Reliable Dealers
IIIHSII.WEIS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Makers
rrmmii WUUaMU TuU m4 Jmfai Ok
THE BEND COMPANY
To make it easy for every- family in Bend to own their
own home we submit to them a way to do it by any one of
the following plans:
PLAN No. 1
WE W1U, SKI-b ANY ONE OF OCH I-OTS IN THE 11EST HESIDEN.
CIAIi PARTS OF THE TOWN AT THE PRICE OF A YEAR AGO. "WITH
COSH PAYMENT OF 3 PER CENT AND EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
OF 3 PUR CENT OF PURCHASE PRICE.
PLAN No. 2
WE WILL SELL A LOT AS PER PLAN NO. 1 FURNISH ALL THE
I.UMHKlt REQCHU:i) TO IU'ILD A HOME ON IT AND ACCEPT PAY-
MENTS IN MONTHLY INSTALUIIVTS.
PLAN No. 3
8EICT ONE OF OCR LOTS PfRNISH US A'PLAX OF THE HOME
YOlf DESIRE TO HA YE. VK WILL RUI.D IT AND TURN IT OVER TO
YOJJ CO.MPLCTE IX)R A SJIALL C.VSH PAYMENT AND THE BALANCE
IN JIONTHLY INSTALUIENTS. UKE PAYING RENT.
YOU G.VN BUY A LOT AND BUILD A HOME ON IT TOR 25 PER
CUNT LESS XOW THAN IN A YEAR HENCE FOR OUR LOTS ARE CEIU
TAIN TO ADVANCE TILT MUCH AND LUMBER AND LIBOR WILL
ADVANCE AS .CONDITIONS IMPROVE. THIS IS YOUR OPI'ORTUNITY
TO INVEST YOUR MONEY IN A HOME INSTE.VD OF WASTING IT BY
A DOLL.VR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE.
D. E. HUNTER .1 .
Mmst Real Estate DepartJMMt " .
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