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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1916)
Tim MEND UUIiliKTIN, REND, ORB., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1010.
All Piocccdlnjflj Valid.
All toi18 who!l hf-vo 1,ctm taken by
thi Suttlos Lake 'rrtgntlon dlitiict,
t )n organisation and ltt tho bond olcc-
tlon novo boon declared vnlld by iho
rimilt Court of th'la county. Tho law
provides tlmt n milt mny bo bi ought
on boholf of tlio district In order that
oil steps which havo been taken nicy
bo presented to tho tourt, nnd n fu
ornblo docroo by tho court eots at
rest for all tlmo r.ny lrrojruhilty of
ths proceedings. Vernon A. Forbes
rosressnted tho district. Upon pro
mentation of tho mnltor a decroo was
entered validating nil proceedings.
f Deschutes Valloy Tlbuno.
flcti IWtcr Service,
rrlnovlllo hns been allotted two
malls dally each way from tho roll
road, by tho postolllco department,
according to a long tologrnm receiv
ed by tho Journal direct from Wash
ington. Crook County Journal.
Tho Dond Ilullottn ontorcd upon Its
$ fourteenth year. It Is ono of Crook
County's best papers. Redmond
Io Cootl llaslncss.
Tbo leasing of Abort nnd Summer
ltVes to Jason C. Mooro was not a
bad btiBlncsB proposition even If ho
never does anything with tho lakes.
Tho fact that thoro ncvor was any
other party who wanted tho proper
ty and that Mooro put up $10,000 In
c.-.'h which wilt go to tho strto In
(wte ho does nothing with tho prop
erty Howovcr, wo have novor
doubted his honest' or ability to
carry out his contract with tho stato,
and those who aro condomnlng tho
Land Hoard for granting him cxten
lions should romember that tho pro
ject Is olthor a big ono or nothing and
In any enso there aro no other por
tion who desire to Invent In tho lakes
j Ceorgo Russoll, of Prlnovlllo, mado
tho statemont Hint In 1910 ho raised
1,206 bunbels of grain on 170 ncros,
In 1911 ho raised 2,700 bushels on
150 acres, with 40 ncros of It wutor
ed, and In 1912 ho raised 12.2C0
bushels on 1C0 acres, nil Irrlgatod,
Mr. nussoll states thai In his opinion
his land la better for grain but ours
is bettor for alfulfn. Madras Pion
eer. Ship Many Hide.
Tho largest shipment of hldca cvor
leaving hero was taken out to Bend
llito week by L. Ot Ulrton from Strat-
ton'a moat markets-Fort. Hock Times.
(Jrmllnjf in Unmcy.
It Is reported that somo thrco mllos
nioro of grading into Harney hw
been lot which will bring tho rooJi
wen uiruiiHii uiu &ut uiiu uui mr
from tho present townslto of Ilarrl
man. That tho division will bo somo
'where In that vicinity ttiero Is llttlo
flnuht nnd It mnv ' o the tt?rmtniift of
ho rond for soma tlmo to coma as no
knows what tho futuro movements of
the railroad will be. That thoro will
be at leant ono good llvo town at tho
lower end of Harney valley thoro Is
llttlo doubt and people aro watching
developments with much Interest.
For farm land loans see J. Ryan
& Co, Roasonablo rates, prompt
Clinngcnhle Wenther Brings filckncw.
Tho cltangcablo weather of Marc'1
causes coughs, colds croup nnd
grlppo. Thoro Is no such thine as a
"light cold" nono that a porson can
safely noglect. Folev'a Honey nnd
Tar Is a safe and rollable family mod
Iclno that heals Inflamed, congested
air passages, stops coughs and eases
breathing, Sold everywhere. Adv.
Poo Edwards for good house paint
See J. Ryan & Co., for farm land
BROTHERHOOD ; ,
NOW ORGANIZING IN BEND.
5,000 Men and Women
Join the Yeoman
Sociability Protection Fraternity
Membership In Oregon, 3,500
See I. N. Klees, District Deputy Mgr,
NORTH PORTLAND, March20.
Tho cnttlo market started with a
"hang" and everything moved rapid
ly at an Incroaso of 40 cents over tho
previous wrok. drain fed steers sold
at $8.G0 whllo hay feds moved ut
$8. IB. Cows mado n pplurse and
qulto a number of head wont at
$7.G0. Heifers aro to bo recognized
niso as Bomo good stuff went nt 7.7fi.
Hulls sprung tho market to tho SO
mark. Tho hoc market was a llttla
slow In starting at first but soon pick
od up nt nn Incroaso In prlco. Two
londa of top quality hogs sold at
$9.3fi whllo tho Imlk of snlcs wont
nt $9 to $9.in. A light run of 3100
hend woro received at tho yards Mon
day. Market considered good and
strong. Thoro wero not enough
Bhoop offorod .Monday for tho buyers
to tako notico of. Lamb market
strong with cholco lambs quoted at
$10." Ewes nt J7.2G, yearlings $9,
and wethers $8.7C.
ItKATj ESTATE THANHKKHS.
TsNiird by Crook County Abstract Oo.
La Pino Tdwnslto Co. to Thos.
Richard Illed Us. 1-2, blk. 20, La
La Pino Townslto Co., to Robt.
Motcalf, its 7-8-9-10-11-12, blk. 14,
U. S. to Albln Petorson patent bo
so 22, ew sw 20, o4 no, o'j bo, nw
no 27, nw nw 35-17-16.
M. S. Millar to Potor Thompson
ItB. 1-5-C-7-26, blk. 2, llnrpor.
Same to samo bill of snlo Ford.
W. H. Staats to Emll Erlckson It.
10, blk, 9, Doschutos.
U. S. to Martin Hatlmoycr patent
Us. 3, 4, s nw, sw 5-20-19.
F. W. Ulrlch to Alworth-WaBh-
burn Co., sw 34-10-10, $100.
Kenwood Promotion Co., to Mary
Penny It. 1, blk. 10, Kenwood.
C. S. Hudson to W. J. McGlllvray
Us, 3-4, 19-18-13, 8 so 24-18-12.
HazelD . Slsson to Rend Park Co.,
It. 12, blk. 29, Center Add, Dond.
Colottn Fronk Clement to Bond Park
Co.lt. 2, blk. 25, Centortidd, Bend.
Eva A. Butterworth to J J. Wilt
Its. 9-10, blk. C, Davidson add, Sis
ters. Bond Park Co. to Kathcrlno C,
Tlornoy It. 2, blk. 13, Lytlo.
Jos. Zoll to O. E. Hunter It. 7, blk.
1C, Park add, Bond, $300.
Walter Tollcs to Elco Eyro Us.
7-8-9-10, blk. 14, Kenwood. $1400.
Oro. Tr. Dov. Co., to Ida M, Wood,
It. 1, blk. 3, Grandvlow add, Bond,
Jos. W. Howard to M. Hosklno It.
4, eo aw 7, Its. 1, 2, oV4 nw, sw no,
no sw 18-14-12.
. Cnscndo Realty Co., to Thos. Hut
ton It. 18, blk 4, Cascado (an add
in South Side of town,
in New Hustings Addi
tion, close to mills nnd
close to town, price from
$150 to $350
Small cash payment,
balnnce on easy terms.
Inquire S. Mukasaki
Pltnt tad Eitimktci Free. It will
pay you to ko ne before building.
AU WORK GUARANTEED
Hani L. Christiansen
(THE tflUIT CnoWErt
HOW MUCH FHUtT WILUYDU
SWAP FOR TUB REAL
1 .TOBACCO CHEW,
YOU know, all tobacco chewert know what la tho matter with
ordinary chewing tobacco. Everywhere men are laying to their
fritadi that there's nothing elie to eatUfyinit at W-II CUT Chewing
th Httl Tobteco Ckiw, mm tut. It' I ilnJ.
"Natlc bow Um mI brtnaa out tb rfeti tobacco tut"
M.Vi by WEYMAN-BRUTOH COMPANY. 50 Union Sqairt, New Ye Cttt
Eat At The
LUNCH RBADY FOR SERVICE AT 11:45
DINNER AT 5:30
Dwight M. Davis Company
in s u R a N c E
FIRfi PLATO QLASS AUTOMOUILB
LIABILITY BOND ACCIDHNT
Phone Red 1621 Temporary Olllco Opposite Bulletin Bldgr.
JLWJLlMiM LUC Ut
KI"0W3 A THINq OK TWdJ
Yoim fill juaae.
THATS MORE THAhl
IO CW6 FOR ANY)
SHOE REPAIR SHOP
OUR STOCK OF
Tires and Tubes
is complete in every detail. They
arc "Mightier tlinn the rond." Come
in nnd look them over.
DUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL. DIRECTORY.
IIOUUUT II. GOVhU
W. W. FAULKNKn. D. M. D.
Onico Over Poatomco
Uond, ... Oregon
Bit. J. C. VANDEVKIIT
l'liyxlclnu mid Surgeon
lMiono lied 271
Hours 9-12 n. m.i 1-C p.
7-9 p. m.
W. Q. MANNING, D. M. D.
Odlce In First Katlonnl Dank
Tel. 511 Ilund, Oregon
WILLAItD H. WIHTZ
h A W Y K n
O. B. DKNSON
Attorney At ha xt
Benson Dulldlns, Wall Stroot
VEItNON A. FOBBES
L A W Y R It
First National Bank Building
Bond, :-: :: Oregon
QEOnOE 8. YOUNG
Civil and Irrigation Engineer.
U. S. Mineral Hurtcyor.
Boom C First National Bank
J. B. Boll A. V. Sims
CHOOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
Successors to Tho J, II. Honor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Oro.
REND PLUMIHNO AND
Steam and Hot Water Heating
TO THE RESCUE
vr will isr your llntn, but you must
not wuli much Urns tttlnc our rou
band t work
LOW PRICES, BETTER SERVICE
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CliEANINO
I'ut Your Duds
In Our Suds"
THE QUESTION IS:
How are you going to get your
plumbing done In a thoroughly
offlclont raannor? Wo can an
swer that by telling you whero
to get good plumbing done
RiailT HERD. Wo aro golns
to prova our statement by rcfei
rlng you to hundreds of ploasod
patrons, meroly for tho asking.
Plumbing, Roofing, Furnnce Work, Sheet Metal Work
of All Kinds.
Central Oregon Plumbing
PHONE RED II
H. O, EJ.LIS
United States Cotnnilsiloncr
First National Bnnk Building
II. II. Do AltMOND
Oregon Street. Bend, Orogon
Dn. J. II. CONNAnN
Ofllco In Sather Building.
Houru 9 to 12, 1 to 5.
Sundays nnd evenings by
O. P. NISWONGEU. Bond, Ore.
Licensed Kmbnlmer, Funeral
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ofllco over Miller Lutnhor Co.
Wall Strcot Hours 9 to 5
Phoco Rod CI
DR. A. A. BURRIS
Diseases cured without the uso
of drugs or surgery by tho nat
ural methods ot healing. Olllco
HAthcr Hulldlnir Rend, Oregon
Tel. lllick U71
. Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. P.
Rend Lodgo No. 218.
Regular meeting ovory Mon
day night at 8 o'clock la Sath
or's Hall. Visiting brother
II. I. McICIM, N. O.
N. P. WEIDER, Secretary.
Every Saturday Night
At Knthcr'N Hall
Under Now Management
With Now Orchestra
REND TO RROTIIEIIrl
Leaves Bond Tuesday and
It. D. ncorgo, Agent
Odlco at George's Barber Shop
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Lrtve orJtti t
J. A. EASTES OFFICC
Hooflnfr of nil kinds. Repairing
J. A. flacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylighta.
and Heating Company
J. E. ENGERRETSON, MGR.