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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1915)
TIII2 IHJXIl HUIiM'.TIX, IIKXI), OKK., WIHTXHSIUV, lltTI'MltKlt H, 11)1.".
Hnltih Brown was shot down In rnli!
j blood at Ills homo in Kaskela. Mad
Redmond can now boast tho most
completo warehouse plant in Central
Oregon. The new hay wnrehouso and
oil house are completed, and every
thing is In readiness for handling
tho business In an expeditious man
ner. Redmond Spokesman.
At last tho permanent survey is
completed. Things nro In such a
shape now that as soon as a contrac
tor goes over tho proposed lino he
can seo Just what Is to bo done.
The lines nro all run with test
holes every 500 feet on tho main
cnnnl and some Boven or eight nt
tho dam site, these being down to
A letter was received from O.
Inurgnard, consulting engineer for
Suttles Lake Irrigation District that
ho hnd been appointed by Governor
Wlthycombo ns a dotegato from Oro
gon to attend tho Irrigation Congress
at Snn Francisco which meets De
comber 1st, 1915. This meeting Is
for tho purpose of trying to got tho
Government to guarantee the Inter
est on all Irrigation District bonds.
Mr. Lnurgaard expects to do eomo
big boosting for tho Buttles I-nko pro
ject while there. Grnndviow Items,
Jefferson County Record.
LANDS TO OPEN SOON .
Tho need of n commercial club Is
so apparent hero that everyone
should bo willing to do whatever pos
sible to get one organized. No com
munity can secure the benefits duo It
unless It hns n live organization of
somo sort to nut It's advantages be
fore thoso who might thus become I mnu w" " 0Den tor settlement, nt
lIoiuotcnillng Possllilo on Three
Townships Xeiir 1m Pine.
(La Pino Inter-Mountatn.)
More land In this vicinity wilt be
open for homestead entry on Febru
ary 2. Settlement Is required within
thirty days previous to filing. The
Interested. Do not let this matter
pass unnoticed. Talk tho proposi
tion with your neighbors and find out
what their views upon the matter
arc. It Is time Hint some move In
this direction was made Chownucan
Doth couples nro going out to tho
homesteads which tho Government
gave to tho grooms come time ngo.
Wo say "gave" with n certain degreo
of mental reservation, for does n
mnn not earn -a homestead? And
tho wlfo nt his Bide, does she not
earn throo homesteads tho mean
time.? Silver Lake .Leader.
A few additions In tho building
lino have lieen nddod to Fort Rock
lately. F. W. Stratton has completed
his barber shop and also tho meat
mnrkot and Is now working on his
grist mill, and, last of nil, Geo. King
hns added a genulno cow shed to tho
rest of Fort Rock's "skyscrapers."
Fort Rock Times.
Tho nnnual meeting of tho Com
mercial Club and tho election of of
ficers took place at tho Hall Satur
day night. 12. Ij. Clnrk wns re-elected
president of tho organization. C.
V. Carmlchaol, vlco president, V. F.
Arnold, sccretnry add F. W. Tqmes,
Tho board of directors w.ih reduc
ed In number from nlno to five. Tho
officers mentioned nnd Alfred A. Ayn
constltuto tho board. La Pino Iutor
Mrs. Ralph Ilrown, well known
I hero ns tho daughter of Mrs. M. 13.
, Percival, was married recently to Mr.
f H. II. Perry, an O.AV. R. & X. con
ductor. They will innko their homo
Our readers will recall tho terrlblo
.tragedy which occurred on Now
fVcnrs day of Inst year, when Mr.
A question of great Importance Is
"What about our tax rate for this
year?" This question Is of espcclnl
importnnco nt'thls -(11110 ns It was an
Issue In the county division campaign.
Somo mnlntnlncd Hint the taxes
would bo niucli greater In a new
Lost year, under tho Crook county
levy, tho tax rnto wns 24 mills. The
stnto budget Is not In yet but It Is
known approximately what It will be,
so that tho rate will bo quite a llttlo
under 20 mills. That Is n big reduc
Somo Important facta: A sr.vlng
of about B mills In tnxes. Moro sat
isfactory road work. Public Utilities
pay ono fourth of tax. Utilities and
timber pay two-fifths of tax. Crook
county according to Its budget, will
pay about 27 mills, 01 nearly a third
moro thnn Jofferson. Deschutes val
9 a. m., January 3
Tho land consists of threo town
ships, all of which aro closo to La
Pine, being 22 In rnngo 9 nnd 23
and 23 In range 10. A largo portion
of this lnnd Is held by private Inter
ests, having been obtained through
the forest service before tho land was
restored to entry.
Tho opening Is for tho purposo of
straightening tho boundary lines of
tho Descluitea forest and will mnko
nbout thirty-ntno homesteads, ex
clusive of tho land held by prlvnto
Tho homesteads available aro nil
within n radius of 12 miles from La
Pine, and some ns closo as two miles
Applications for entry on this land
will bo filed nt tho land olllco. In tho
order of their receipt. In nil cases of
conflicting applications, where no
settlement is claimed by either party,
a system of drawing lots will bo
adopted to detcrmlno tho person to
whom tho entry will be allowed.
O.-W. R. & N. Smith, tho foil ox
port, has entered Into n partnership
with S. B. Pettlgrow nnd will, during
tho coming summer, experiment with
different grains, grosses, etc. Tho
bnso of their operations will bo Mr.
Pottlgrow's farm Just south of town
which will bo put In first "ate con
dition so that tho best rcr 1 may bo
obtained CroBcent Now
Worked In tho Ilnv Field.
Arthur Jones, Allen. Knus., writes:
"I hnvo beon troubled with bladder
and kidney troubles for n good mnnv
yenrs. If It wero not for Folov Kid-
noy Pills I would novnr bo nblo to
work In tho hnv field." Men nnd
women past mlddlo ngo find theso
pills a splendid ronipilv for weak,
overworked or diseased kldnoys. Sold
MKAh KSTATH TIlANHFKItS.
W. 11. Stnnts to Ktnll Anderson
nnd Fred Anderson Jts. 7, S, 9, 10,
blk. 8. It. G, blk. 2, Deschutes.
U. S. to Harold G. Tholstrup pat
ent 13 NW Its. 1 nnd 2, 30120-11.
U. S. to Inor T. Tholstrup patent
0 sw, v so 24-20-10.
W. L. Cobb to Mary W. Terhuno
Bv so 17-17-13.
Demi Co. to Shovlln-HIxon Co.,
right of way across bw 12-1811.
Kenwood Promotion Co., to Sam
uel T. Dldor Its. 11, 12, 13, blk. 1.
Guy It. Davis trustee to II. II.
Richards U Interest in Its, 1, 2, blk.
8, Rend. '
U. S. to Joseph Mueller patent 0
no 9, nw w no 10-22-23.
who can't pay, a chance to earn five
soup tickets representing a week's
soup is given. You should see tho
cheerful manner In which tho boys
nnd girls wash nnd wipe dishes, clear
off tnblcs, run errands, delighted to
be earning their way.
Many of tho children receive soup
tickets In exchange for vegetables.
The teachers nld In this work a
very great deal for thoy help sorvo
soup collect tho tlcketB, maintain
.order. It is from their teachers that
the children purchase tholr tickets,
thus avoiding much confusion. The
Janitor also helps by cheerfully put
ting up two long tnblcs In tho hnll
end brushing up tho crumbs after tho
feed Is over, for tho children ent
their lunches with their soup.
Of course It Is work plenty of It,
for It Is no small task to mnko nnd
serve soup to 70 or 75 children. Hut
It pnyB of courso It does just to
Bee tho happy faces, to hear tho com
ments, "Hero conies tho soup lady,"
"There's the cook." Helpers aro
needed; do not wait to bo asked, but
volunteer your services, i:ory moth
er nniBt surely bo Interested In so
vital a subject.
Thu soup committee will bo glad
t niiBwer all questions and hopo to
seo all Interested nt the meeting to
bo held December 9th In Commer
cial' Club rooms, nt I o'clock.
Apply to soup committee for In
formation. Mrs. Johnstono, chnlrmnn, resi
dence May apartments, Mrs. Lnrson,
Mrs. Thoreon, MrB. Cunningham,
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
ItOUICHT II. GOULD
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Office Ovor Postofllco
Bend, ... Oregon
DR. J, C. VANDEVERT
P1inIcIiiu nnd Surgeon
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Hours 9-12 n. m.j 1-5 p. in.;
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W. G. MANNING, D. M, I),
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II. C. ELLIS
United States CoiutnlMsloncrt
First Nntlonnl Hank Uulldlng
II. II. Do AHMOND
Oregon Street. Bond, Oregon
SOUP FOR THE CHILDREN.
To the Editor of Tho Hiilletln:
The soup commltteo of tho Pnront
Teachors Association wish to seo nil
thoso who are Interested In the serv
ing of hot soup to tho Bchool children
who carry lunches, nt tho meeting
of tho Parent-Tenchor Association,
Thursday, Decombor 9th.
Tho soup Is furnished by tho Par-
ont-Tencher Assoc'atlon, mndo by
volunteer workers nnd served for two
cents n bowl. Every child who enr-
rys lunch gets n bowl of soup, thoso
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VACATION In Portland, '
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100 Rooms with bath. .$2.00
U00 Largo outside rooms.
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TO THE RESCUE
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Ij A W Y K It
First National Bnnk Ilulldlng
Ilcnd, :-: :-: Oregon
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Offlco In Snthor Building.
Ilourb 9 to 12, 1 to 6.
Sundays nnd evenings by
C. P. NISWONGER, Bond, Oro.
Licensed Eiiibiriiner, Funeral
Phono. Lndy Assistant.
DR. It. D. STOWELL
Olllco ovor Miller Luiulor Co.
Wall Sticet Ileum 9 to 5
Phopo Hud 01
Hygienic, Dietetic nnd Natural
Chronic disorders n Spoclnlty
Hit It. D. KETCIIUM
Ofllco hours: 9-12; 1-5
or by Appointment Bonn bldg.
a b O It Q 13 S. Y O U N 0
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Room C First National Hank
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CROOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
8ucco8Bors to Tho J. II. Hnner
Abstract Co,, Prlnovlllo, Oro.
1)11. A. A. HUHRIrl
Diseases cured without tho uso
of drugs or surgery by the nnL
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J. E. lingebrelson
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cordially walcomo, ,4
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GEO. P. GOVE. Mrtreiarv.
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Has taken over the lumber
department of THE BEND
COMPANY and will con
tinue the retail business in
Lumber, Building Supplies,
Cement, Lime, Plaster, etc.
W will your Hum, but you muil
not wait much llm (ruing our racu
bind l worn
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