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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1916)
THEHEXD Hl'LLETIX, HEXD, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1010.
Lots or Mull.
1 Hst week the locnl post ofllcu re
(e veil 11,610 pounds of parcel poBt
am - Micka ot first clnss and second
Cl 4 mall In one day. This makes
n tual of 31,135 pounds of parcel
post that hns nrrlvod In Hums tn
lorrol ')os. waKonn, ''ppldes several
hniMircd pounds tlint nrrlvod on res
iil.nr stages dally. Harney County
could not ho present on that date.
Hums not heard from yet. RcVlmond
Omer Cyrus brought to this office
an egg which wns as hlg as well we
will not say how big It really was
hut In order to give some Idea with
out giving the Idea of prevarication,
suffice It to eny that it wns served In
slices like boiled linm. Deschutes
PnKloy WnnN School,
t a meeting of tho school bo"nrd
To Study Intention.
Tho people of tho North Unit aro
facing tho problem of Irrigation to
day. A very few of these pcoplo have
had actual experience with Irrigation.
Tho mnln body of tho farmers hnve
never had any experience with the
question at nil. Irrigation hero is a
r.T Z"rlmyp- "hrc .is xv i ,o
"rn"0S "'?" 1 ''.? U"f "1'aJAB.ch?I of thMo communities Into one semi-
.iirict In the sum of $30,000 for
t' r purpose of providing rdpqunto
f ol facilities here. Notice of the
pii r-flon will bo published nt once and
uitl be held Juno 19. Chewaucnn
Klnnmth FccK Hurt.
Klamath County will be without
a representative in tho lower house
of ho Oregon legislature for tho noxt
in vears unless tho democrats suc
rr 1 In electing their candidate, both
F "es and Hurdlck being residents
or f rook county. Our district which
comprises five counties hns but 'two
representatives nnd Crook county
with tho nld of Grant and Jefferson
t elected both Crook county men. Now
the democrntie nominee conies out
witii tho announcement tlint ho will
nlvocnto n division of tho district.
l'nlcr tho existing condition ho
fhould be nble to gain enough repub
Vmi votes In Lnko and Klnnmth
counties to elect him. Crescent
public corporation. It Is indeed a
serious question. I; the scheme were
to succeed the succecs would Indeed
bo glorious. To save themselves,
therefore, from posHlblo blunders
either for or against Irrigation, Is
the main object of tho association. In
it's offortB to gather the truth tho
association seeks the co-operatlau of
nil thoso Interested In the lands of
tho North Unit Jefferson County
District Vole Given.
Tho district vote on Joint repre
Huidlck Forbes Elder Smith
Crook . ...9H 794 3T.9 385
JefTerson ..5C1 315 150 135
l.nko 278 .111 131 188
Klnmnth ..58C 575 8RC. 705
Grant ....703 470 2 IS 231
Totals .3102 24G5 1774 1C41
Silver Lake Leader.
Jinny Voter Sworn In.
Less than half of tho totnl register
ed voters of tho county voted nt tho
nrlmnrlos. Comploto returns show
(limit 2,000 votes cast and of these
420 wero sworn In, making tho ac
tual registered voto less than ono
hnlf. Or the 429'sworn votes 348
wero republicans nnd 81 democrnts.
Tlipro wero 85 ladles who voted In
this list. Tho largest number of
those Bworn In came from Ilcnd, num
bering 141 j Prlncvlllo was nexf with
44- Powell Hutto 33; Post 30: Des
chutes 21; Redmond 18 nnd the rest
scattering. Crook County Journal.
Valuable ltock Found.
ledgo of olivine nndeclte wns
discovered last week by Engineer
Rlddell. Tho deposit Is of consider
niilo commercial vnlii" ns n building
Mono nnd is tho only known deposit
rf Its kind In Central Oregon. Tho
Chamber of Commorco building In
Portland Is built or tho enmo mater
ial. Tho nnturnl cement-like quali
ties of tho stone classes it among tho
best mnterinls for crushed rock rond
construction. La Pino Inter-Moun
Weed Htmicr I'moiI.
Tho weed btirttbr has been In use
on tho Oregon Trunk lino tho past
week and prows very offectlvo In de
stroying weeds nlong tho track. Hy
an Ingenious contrivance, nil oil
flnmo Is spread among tho weeds, con
suming them. A sprinkler, fastened
at the renr of the tender, sprinkles
wntor along over the burned nrca,
thus preventing tho sprend of flro.
T,HE GOOD JUDGE LOSES
MY POUCH Of THE REM. TOBACCO TO
CHEW HAS VANISHED f LIT
YOU OIONT EXPECT TO. HUP
AfTER ALU THE GOOD
THIN63 YOUVe 5AI0 ABOUT IT
DID YOU If
i i '
GET ctendy tobacco satisfaction nil dny, every diy, from n titan,
small chew W-U CUT Chewing tho twal Tobacco Chew, aria
tut, lent $SrJ.
h'l itlid nrni that a man can't help tellln( liti filenJi about aa toou it b lcirne ttie
ucti himself. TheU.le la.ts longer. You need (tnwr chews.
"Notice how the salt brings out Urn ticli tobacco taste."
Hade by WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, SO Uoioa Square, Hew York City
For farm land loans sco J.
Much Ilulii Full.
Postmaster Green, who has charge
of the U. S. Government wenther bu
reau nt Cliff said tho rainfall for the
last wcok ending May 27 wns .07 of
an Inch. Fort Hock Times.
Editors to Meet.
With tho exception of ono or two
editors who wero requested to meet
here on Juno 10 nnd 11, nil have sig
nified tholr Intention to bo present.
The business manager of tho Silver
Lake Leader replied tlint his paper
n. A. Ward, biological assistant nt
Rodmond, Is Inclined to look with
disfavor on the rabbit bounty ns n
means of eradicating tho pest. Hn
writes that In Hnrney county tint
for tho year 1915 a bounty of 5o
each wns paid for rabbits. In :ho
year bounties were pnld on 952,330
rabbits, amounting to ? 17, 020.35.
Tho number of rabbits was material
ly reduced, but tho heavy drtbi n
county funds will make It necessary
to withdraw tho bounty offer mil nil
tho rabbits aro not dead. Thoso re
tnnlnlng will soon bring the numlurs
back to ns high as ever. Ho bollews
this method Is far too costly and not
permanent. Tho proportion of ben
efit Is not great enough to Justify
such a bounty, and ho opposes it in
Crook county. Somo other method
of destroying the pests must ho umiL
A deslrnblo bread knife frco with
every nnnunl subscription to Tho
A deslrablo bread knife frco with
evcrv annual subscription to Tho
Steady, evenly dis
tributed heat, un
der perfect control
makes a good oil
stove is just
like cooking with
city gas. If you
haven't a New Per
fection you've missed
comfort for vears. Bakes,
hmils. roasts, toasts. More efficient
.1 .... -J . .A.l attnvat tnd COttftltata tO OP
liiau juui wvvm vivii"i -
. -- .ai .i k.anil tuAA.noi drudrirr.
r a..dL i Tt.. ln hi ii at rhimnivi crtvcnl
. . . m L.. . .. nuna afaf ate. AlaUS
STANDARD Oiu tUMrwii
BEND HARDWARE CO.
F. DEMENT & CO.
State Food Commiloucr Issues Ilt
In Uitost lliilletln.
Tho latest Oregon Dairy & Food
Bulletin, Issued by tho state dairy and
food coimulscloncr, records tho scores
of nil places Inspected In ovory city
nnd town In tho stnto whero Inspec
tion hns recently been made.
For Ucnd tho scores nro ns fol
American U.ikcry, Slirlnr .t
Sanitary Ilnkery, Hopkins &
Jones Dairy, Geo. A. Jones 55.0
Dates Dairy, Geo. Hates 42.5
Lilly Dairy, X. Anderson 38.8
Hotels mill Hcstntmmts
Cozy KcBtnurnut, Nettie Stoven-
Amorlcan Ilnkery Lunch Room,
Shrlner & Huoy 81.9
Hotol Wright, 11. M. Abbott, Mnn-
Club Cafo, Sam McMurtrlo ....74.7
Deschutes Cafe, Geo. Davis ....73.7
Tho Louvro, A. O. Armont .... ,72.2
Itoynl Cafo, U. G. ConiHtock ...71.C
1'llot Hutto Hotel, Sullivan &
nrooktj i 69.5
Deschutes Hotel, J. M. Jacobs . . C2.0
Depot Hotel, J. S. Clement 59.9
Ale's l'lnce, A. D. McNeal ... . 52.7
MmkeU mid Hlmightcr Houses.
Union Market, O'Donnoll Ilros. 79.4
Gilberts .Market, Gilbert & Son
Pnlaco Market, Chas. lloyd .
UP THE HOUSE
wk'Mj ci,i:ax vouii i,i.vi:.v,
CLOTIIKS, SILK DHKSSKS, VAv.
"VVT VOUIt DUDS IX OUIt SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DHY CLEANING
Money to Loan
in sums from $250 to -
$25,000, 3 to 10 years
J. Ryan 8b Co.
the Shoes We Guarantee
Nnp-a-Tan Work Shoe $2.75 and up
World's Work Shoe $2.75 to $5.00
Village School Shoe $2.35 to $3.25
For all purposes these Shoes will give you
better wear will look better than uny you
can buy for the money
R. H. LOVEN
C. V. SILVIS
BARGAINS IN IRRIGATED RANCHES
AND CITY PROPERTY
LOTH FOlt SALE IX EVEltV ADDITION IX HEX!)
l'UOl'EKTV HANDLED FOK NOX-ltlIDENTH., TIMUEIt
I10UGIIT AND HOLD.
OFFICE OKEGOX HTItEET
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
HOllEUT II. GOULD
Sanitary Barber Shop
Will Give You Hotter
SAM ELDEIt. Prop.
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M D.
D E N T I S T
Ofllco Over Postolllco
Dend, - - - Oregon
DR. J. C. VANDEVE1! r
l'liyslilnn nnd Surem
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n in.; 1-G i
7-9 p. in.
Every Snturdny NIrIiI
At .Hntlirr'fl Hull
Under Now Management
With Now Orchestrn
ItEXI) TO HROTHEHS
Lenvcs Dend Tuesday and
It. D. George, Aurnt
Odlco at (leorKo's Hnrber Shop
W. G. MANNING, D. M .'
Ofllco In First Nntlonnl Ha lc
Tel. nil Rend, Ori'uon
WILLARD H. WIRTZ
Ij a w y K It
O. 8. UENSON
Attorney, At Low
Donson Building, Wall Street
VERNON A. FORIIE3
L a w y e It
First Nntlonnl Unnk IlulldlnK
Rend, :-: :-: Oregon
GEORGE 8. YOUNG
Civil nnd lrrlKiitlon EiiKl"c-r.
U. H. Mineral Siincynr.
Room 5 First Nntlonal Hank
THE DALLES, OREGON
Kroptnctl umlrr Ihr mninicniKiit of
This Ad is
Tho new JEWELRY firm Hint N
to miiipy Hie .Ml'T.KJ HUILIIING ou
OIIEGOX STREET ulll Kh hyil,s
a ijil.-UMl i()l,D WATCH to tho boy
IhIiibIii): In the mcntcM number ol"
imIs to tho sloio on oponliiK dny, uNo
ii $15.11(1 GOLD WATCH o tho ulil
biiiiKlni; K.'ri'ii(os iiinubor of niN lo
(ho .(oi( on openlnn dny. Smu tlicio
nils im (hoy ulll bo iiilunblo iiboul.
AiiKiist 1st, tho ln(o of opt'tiliiK of (hi)
NEW JEWELRY STORE IX THE
J. II. Uoll A. W. Slum
CROOK COUNTY ARSTRACT
Succossors to Tho J. II. Hnnor
Abstract Co., Prlnovlllo, Ore.
UEND PLUMHIXG AND
Stonm nnd Hot Wnter Renting
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Ovor Logan Furniture Co.
Wull 8treet HourB 9 to C
Phono Red IHU
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of each Clly, Town nml
VllliiEe, Rlvlnir dricrlptlvo akrlrh ot
rach rlnco, location, population, Mo
BTRph, alilpplnir ami bnnklne point
jfilio Claiilflail Director)', compiled by
builnris nnd profession. t
H. I. 1-OI.K CO.. HKATTI.13
C P. NI8WONGBH, Hend, Ore.
IJccnsed Eiulmlnier, Funcrnl
Phono Red 421. Lndy Asst.
DR. J. H. CONNARN
Oftlce In 8nther IlulfdlnB.
Houri. 0 to 12, 1 to &.
Sundays nnd ovonlngs hy
AT THU NHW A1IJAT
Gilbert (2b Son
II. II. D o A H M O N D
Oregon Street. Rend, Oregon
II. O. ELLIS
United HtntcB Coininlht-hmer
First National Rank Hulldlng
DR. A. A. IIURRH
DIs'iBEoa cured without tho uso
of drugs or surgery by tho nat
ural methods of honllng Olllco
Hnther lliiiltlliiK IUnI. Ort'Kon
Tel. Murk U7 1
H. P. SMITH
Plain and Ornamental
Dwight M. Davis Company
I n s u R A N c E
Pboae Red 1621 Teraponry Office Opposite Bulletin Bldr.
DR. W. D. HUNTINGTON
Phone IU-d I AT I
RAG RUGS WOVEN
H.1 CEXTK PER ARI
Work Cillel ffr uml HoIIw!
EDWARD II. THATCHER
EDWARD II. THATCHER
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STREET WORK, ETC.
Leave wdni al
J. A. EAS'IES OITICE
HooflnK of all kinds, Jtopalrln
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
Cornices and Skylights.