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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1916)
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THE IIKXO HULLKTIN, BEND, OUR., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1010.
THE BEND CO.
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4NEW HEARING DATES
Iudgo flallonny Dismisses l O. I.
Co. Petition l'r Writ of Prohibi
tion Company IIiw 00 Daj In
Which t ApoioI-CiMj Unique
The second round ot tlitilr contest
With tho Central Orogon Irrigation
Company wan won by tho Bottlers
lent week when .ludgo Galloway, In
Salem, refused to make permanent
the Injunction previously Issued pro
hibiting tho Public Service Commls
Blon from proceeding with Its hearing
nml Investigation of tho company af-
falrs. The commission has now set
August 21. 22 and 23 a datCB for
No written opinion nccompanled
Judgo Galloway's decrco dismissing
tho company petition for the writ of
prohibition, but It In understood that
Ills decision was based on tho legal
proposition Hint tho Public Service
Commission was a co-ordinate branch
of tho Htnto government with the
courts nud therefore should not bo
Interfered with by them.
AcUchi llC" l"t I'll M.
Action against tho company wiih
'first brought, by the settle in tho
fall of 19 If, by n petition In tho com-
mission ushltiR that It take charge
Y)f tho distribution of water and the
oxpondlturo of mnlnleniinco fees on
tho project. A date, for hearing IiiiiI
lioon set, when tho company sought
u writ of piolilbllloii ftoiu Hid Sup
lumo court lliernby causing a post
ponement. In .lime llm court decldRil that It
had no Jurisdiction of tho ease ami
dismissed Hi whereupon a now hear
ttiK MTiM lot, only to be postponed
again by tho pinrendliiM in Judgo
1hIIowii.v'h court. It Is understood
that (ho ooinpuiiy now litis CO days
within uhlnli It may appoul from thin
Tho en so Is unusual In ImltiK the
lint In which n Cm ii) act ipauy
Ik nought l lie legulated liv a stato
public service commission
.AT Till RIND Till Tltl
!B IKIDAV AM) SATURDAY. H
I Charlie Chanlm I
9H IN A THREE REEL COMEDY AND THE KIKTH CHAPTER of H
B The Girl and the Game I
H II) iukI I." Cvnts Hj
Hj SUNDAY AM) MOMMV. H
I BLANCH SWEET
I The Blacklist I
M A PARAMOUNT PICTURE H
H Of tho Western Mining Districts. H
H l.t and U." Coots. H
H OOM1NU Al'fJl'ST UOth AM) Ulst H
H fj MAHWERITE CLARK IN H
I "Out of the Drifts" ..1
"THE SPOILERS" HBtil
REND IIOV IN KLANRLRS.
Word has been received from N'ow
York that tho American Legion, em
braelng tho American volunteers en
listed with tfio Canadian troop are
now In Flanders It Is fuither re
ported that the Legion has been In
thu thick of the lecnnt heavy light
Ing ami has suffered terrible losses.
Olio uneonllrmnd Htaloiiwiit fiom
Loudon miis less thun a doxen men
survive. Donald lllamlliiK 'iit to
tho float wllli tho Legion, lie la h
formor llend bo. havug iwirkud here
for the I'll Ml .N'Htlonai Hunk.
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lie ('mill llm illy WiiiiK.
Doraimed klihieys cjuihi ilieunm-
tlsm, aelies. imlns. .oi(irie, ntlffniWH.
Ambrose (iury. Sulphur, Gkla., writes
"I was liu'l't-roil wIM kidney uout-lp
I till )e,iiH .Mill in t.n.ut could hi 'di
walk I '! mm "a. :.!, I-'oUv Kblnu)
I". '.i I ot it'll ! I Mini the till. HI
roiitl'iiiiil until I had taken tlne
iiottli . t ft 1 1 like it new man'
Sold e. i) Ahen. il.
lilnnrhc Sweii uh') will appear on
8uiula evonlnr h' Tlu III ill Iht
at the Hind Tli it'v
Ailvertlsementu Inserteil under tbli
licadliiK nt the rate or ONi: CENT A
WOIII) encli Insertion. Ca-.li must
iicrompnny nil orders from prntous
not having n rcgulnr aciount with
Tho Itiillotin. No advertisement taken
for less tliitu in cents each Insertion.
WANTED - Scrap Iron. Huff-Bchnildt-Dugan
Iron works. Phone
W NTED Party with SfiOO ready
v sh, lis partner In good IiurIuhsm.
HusiuesH can be mndo to pay un ln
i mm of from $50i) to $lono per
month Kor particulars nddreas P.
U llox :il!i. Hond, Ore. 23tfc
WANTED :iO-:i() Winchester car
bine. Imiulro Paul Iloaiur, c-o tho
Shevlln-IIIxon Company. 2.1c
KOR RENT Two room house,
Morris Cnshman, at R. M. Smith's
KOR RENT Now modern 5 room
hoimo elose to mills. In mi I re .1. Uv
an tt Co. 17tfc
I'OIl RKNT Kurnlshod 'i'oo'iiib. In
iillm ovur II. W. L. ,t P. C,o. 23c
KOR SALI-: Tent hoimo, Banltary
coueh, hunter, chickens, wlro fenco,
clioup. Phono Red IV 1, 2:ip
KOR SALE I'lvo room rurnUhoil
homo. flifiO $150 ensli, balance $Ki
monthly. Innulro Hullctln. I'lltfo
KOR RENT Kurnlshed lioiiso
keoplng tooms, prlvnto homo. Cen
ter addition. Can keep ohlckuns.
Imiulro Hullntln. V.I tr;
KOR SALIC Kurnlshed tout houso
price $30. Wrlto llox 3 II), Mtmtl. 23c
KOR SALE Horse, hnrness, light
spring wagon; cheap, Imiulro Hut
lotln olllco. V3p
KOR SALE China closet, dining
table, small rangu, and other pieces
of furnlturo. Imiulro It, W. Harvey
llrst houso north of depot, Just oh
railroad track. 2.1c
KOR SALE Tont houso, 12xlS.
furnished, now rook stove, spring,
mattress, etc. Conveniently located
near either mill, duo west old Amer
ican llakery, No. lil Shasta Place.
Park addition. W. I). Ainoy, own
KOR SALE A coropleto lino or
otoro II I urea Imiulro Hurt Shuny, 23
KOR SALE or Trade- 40 or SO
aeiCH of land with water, or Irndo for
Iwnvy ho-seu or cattlo. Phono Rur
al 317. istf
KOR SALE Now live room houso.
Owners of the original townsite of
Bend and the five adjoining additions.
80 of all the buildings now under
construction are on the property recently
sold by The Bend Co,
Location, price and terms are the
three advantages you gain by buying
from The Bend Co.
We will enjoy showings you this
property. Call and see us before you
D. E. HUNTER
THE BEND COMPANY
Office corner Wall and Ohio Streets.
modern, except heat, elosc to mills,
two lots; $3TiO cash, balance month
ly payments, u bargr.ln. Imiulro J.
Ryan & Co. 17Hc
KOR SALE flood rcsldenco prop
erty In llend to exchange for Portland
residence. Must he well located. C.
V. Sllvls. lDtf
KOR SALE Double corner In
Park addition. 5G0 cash. C. V.
KOR SALE Two lots in Des
chutos addition, level and free from
rock, woll located. Prlco $27G each.
Terms. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
KOR SALE Kour vory choloo
lots In Park addition, prlco and tornia
right. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
KOR SALE Klvo room houso,
modem except heat, woll furnished,
Deluding $180 piano, two lots 40x114
each, close to mills and school. $2,
Ci00 cash or $2,700 hnlf cash, balance
one mid two years. J. Ryan & Co. 3tf
KOR SALE Houso and lot. Price
right. Taring reasonable. Inquire
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Cutting Season Now On
and all other Farm Implements
CN HK l-'OUNl) AT THE
Bend Hardware Co.
jLJL of New Series Pat
iVof a new Incenllon, but a
proven mecess refined and
improved to the lost letter.
10 models on two chauis, all
pricet'-a ear to fit all purses.
Bend Garage Company
r.VKRYTHIM! I"0 THE MOTORIST
Wo u iv SerUx Station Tor nil llilng., ioiiueitcl iritJi
A. E. Edwards, ilond Sign Co. 37tf
KOR SALE Ono 1C II. P. trac
tion engine and 2-1 Inch separator,
.1. I. Case Hteel threshing outfit. In
quire E. A. Sather. 21U.
KOR SALE Throo now rour room
hoiisca. $800 each. 10 per cont cash,
balance easy monthly payments. J.
Ryan & Co. 21tf
STRAYED Ono bay horso with
whlto spot In forehead, wt. about
11 nil. llnr brand on lowor right hip.
Return to Allan's barn, $10 re
ward. 2 1-21 p
LOST AM) FOUND.
KOUND 1onther Thormoa, lottle
enso. Owner may havo proporty by
proving claim and pnytng for this
advertisement at Hullctln office 20tf
il.OST notweon Silvia Perms
ranch and Plnglo Kalis suit case, la
dles gold watch and long chain, field
glasses, wearing npparol. Lotters
addressed to W. M Hodson and LIzt
nlo E. Hodson. Klndor plcaso re
turn to llend Oarage and recolvo To
ward. - 23p
LOST Oold watch, with black
lonther fob with sliver stirrup, $10
Toward for return to Ilulletlu. 23
LOST Topaz stick tilu in Ilond
Theatre or vicinity. Reward for re
turn to Rulletln. 23c
Lost Ladfes greon corduroy
coat. Plcaso return to Inwrcnc
KOUND Day horse, nnr right
hip. Owner can have samo by pay
ing rnward offered, feed bill end cost
of ndvortlsemoat. Vurney. Aubrey
iLOST Hlue cloth pocket book,
containing tiiouuy, west end of coun
ty bridge. Kinder return to Ilulle-
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE Irrigated ranch, I
mllon woat of Terrcbonuo for ranga
horsos. 80 ncro.s 43 acres water
right, nil hut S acreo cleared. W.
A Plckott, Terrebonne. 20-23p
(fg C. S lll'DSON, President K. M LAR Casb'er (TS!
jp, . . uiii rim I ILDIUVUI 1,. J .Ul lir. J .MJI.U.-5. M31, . UBHIC'r tj;
u, a oAiur.K, vice rres. ii. a. STOVKR.Asat Cashier rtff
The First National Bank Si
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
I'apltal full paid
Of tho KIrst National Hank of Rend, Oregon, as rendsrod
to tho Treasury Department ot tho United States,
Washington, D. 0., Juno 30, 1D1G.
Rills It jcolvahlo $269,S37.58
Roods and Warrants 9.130.82
Stock Kederal Bank lisOO.OO
Real Eetrte, K.urnlturo and KUturoa 31,057 31
Ilond to Secure Circulation 12,500.00
M Redemption Kund 625.00
Oilier Real Estate Owned 3,422.30
Cash and Exchange i mjfi78.t!tt
llouds to Socurs U. S. P. S. 1.005.44
Capital 1.4......,' $ IS. 000 00
SurplUb and Profits 31.059.62
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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