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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
IIHNI) BUIXKIIN, IIKNI), OIlKflON, TIIPJ18DAV, JUNK it, JJ7
DEAL IS IDE
K W. J. JAMISON SELLS
VruMtvr to (.'. A. Pun In, of Portliiml,
Virtually Mmle, anil Will Mo
Compli'letl In I'nv Im)h I.o-
nil .Mm Ait' InlcrrMiil,
(From Hnturday's Dally.)
Following hot on thai heels of (ho
' nnnounrcmont of tint hiiIii of lint
Mllllrun riiimli, n second bit: dttal w
dlnrlosod today In thu virtually com
plotud Halo of tliu Junilnon holdings
to tho lllnck Hutto Livestock coin
pony, Incorpurutlon papers for which
worn flli'il yesterday in Portland.
Tito roimlilnrnllon U fUU.UOf), iiml
of tlilft n f 36,000 deposit him already
linttn mnilo to W J Jainliion to bind
his sain of tint property. A consld
irahlo portion of thu remainder of
tliu purchusu pflco Ik In property In
ntluir purlH of thu stale, but only tlio
formitllty of.iixumlimtloii of titles In
to bo gone IhrouKh with beforo thu
flmil paper uro signed In tliu deal.
Tlio company securing tint Juml
soii holdings, Is chiefly financed by
(3. A. 1'nrvln, of Portland, with J. II.
Minor iiml Vernon A. Forbes, of llend,
n n two of tho directors. Mr. Minor
U haiidlliu: thu local cud of tho deal,
but proved rottoont thin inoriiliiK
whim asked u to additional partic
ulars. Tho ranelt which will bwome tho
propiirty of tho nowly organised live
stock company, which lurluiloN 000
liar' of laud In tho ilmtr lluttn coun
try, ICO aorcs In' l.nke. unit ICO acres
In Klamath county. All buildings
and muchluery. with 3000 head of
ithenp, and CO lud of hors ami
Jaoki, ko with thu property,
TO BE. PICKED
COUNTV f.'OUHT Wll.li NAMK IN-
hpixtok tomoiikow wii.Ij
CIUHI HTOCIC HUHTMtllH' ACTIV
niuH, ih iioi'i:,
DISCUSS PLANS FOR
(Juration of HllmliiiilloK Hunger 1'iiint
On Tilinnlo Ibuiil Coiiii-n llrfnrti
County Court TchIu),
(From Friday's Dally.)
Plana for tho now cuunty hospital
to be constructed In thu near future,
and thn auditing of bill constituted
tho chief buslnesi to bo bandied by
tho Deschutes county court In ad
Jurnrd session thin afluruoou, Kar
llor In tho day tho court viewed tho
dangerous rock point on tho Tuinal'i
road, tho romoval of wblrh thn Com
juorelal club recommended Wednes
Thn nppnlntment of n brand In
spector for tho county It was thought
would not he readied this afternoon
because of tho length of time taken
In handling other matters.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
For tint find tlmo nluca tho or
ganization of Deschutes county,
stockmen using tho rniiKo within tho
oouuty'a bouiidnrleii will bo afforded
tho protection of brund Inspection,
County Judge- W, I), Humes Rtatud
thin moruliiK that tho county court,
when It resume tomorrow tho nor
hIoii Oi-kuii yeNtorday, will oppolnt
an limpevior for service In thin coun
ty. It la understood that tho solco
lion of tho mini who will hold down
tho position ha been virtually mndo,
strong recommendations IiiivIiik boon
received by tho court.
Tho appointment of an Inspector,
Nlockmitii betliivit will do much to
curb tho activities of stock thieves,
who It la claimed aro becoming mi
usuully darliiK In tho aoutheuiititru
fiecllon of tho county. Iteports of
newly branded calved, cnrrulled with
cow of u n entirely different brood,
but iparked with the name Iron, havo
been persistent, and cattle and horse
raisers look with high favor on thu
selection of an offlclul who will on
operuto with tho iiuthorlllcii In mnk-
Iiik llveitock u nuiro permanent form
Manzanita u" w ffifl5 " '.f""n",h
$2.50 Mont li It
and lots $75 t $ 1 50.00
a a 1 1 1 o n ahhoci ation
J. A. EASTES
MONKY TO LOAN
TEN REASONS WHY
YOU SHOULD BUY
A LIBERTY BOND
$10,000 IS RECEIVED
FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT
(From Haturday'a Dally.)
Thn flmt limtallmeut of school
money, 110,000, on the llend dliitrlct
bond Imiio roetintly votwl, wan re
celvml lhl morului; by II. J. Over
turf, clerk or tho dUlrlrt. The two
other inatallmitnlN of llkn amount
Mill be aent from tho ntate achool
fund later In tho year, accordliiK to
arraiiKemeutM made by Vernon A.
ForbeH, attorney for thn district.
FOREST PHONE LINES
(From Friday's Dally.)
V, V, llarpham. deputy fureat bu-
pnrvUoc for thla dlitrlct, wa In town
today on official builnem. Mr. llar
pham ha charito of tho rcconit ruc
tion of about !G mllei of telephone
Unci In thn La Pino valley. Thla
work U In connection with tho citab
liihlnjc of tho central office for this
dlitrlct In llend.
FOUR MORE ENLIST
FOR THE U. S. ARMY
(From Friday' Dally.)
Four now recruit for service In
tho United Htatnn army were reported
till afturuoon by HurKeaut Churlmi
Davl, recrultliiK oflfcer for Contrul
OroKon. Tho four aro Jam Mc
Ouloch, of llend; Ilciijuinln Carson
und Antonn Fomcn, of llurus, and
Frank Jacobs, of Prlnovlllo. They
will leave Holiday nlKht fur Port
land to roport for duly.
All kinds of
rook or dirt
STKEET WORK, ETC.
jetit orJm l
J. A. EASTES OFFICE
IN GRAY IRON AND fcRASS
IllFFSCIIMlDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
PHONE DLACK 741
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Luth, ShiiiRles,
ttuildinir Materinl, Kiln
Dried Flooring and .nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sundtrd Sue
. BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Telephone ted 43 or 701 City Silci Office Dend Compiny Building
S!M!0N" BEND HAULING CO.
" " ' K.N 1'AI.MltRTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
COAL. AND WOOD.
(From Thumday'N Dally.)
1. Your country need tho
2. It U to pay for feeding,
clothliiK and armlnic thu men
who aro flKhtlnic to avo your
life und property.
3. It Ih not a contribution,
J lint a loan.
, 4. It keep your money almo
lutoly hitii re and pay you In
toreat on It 1 3. CO a year on
each $100 bond.
C. Tho whole faith and pow
er of tho United Htaten guar
antee that you will got your
money back when tho bond fall
C. You ran bo 1 1 It any day
In the open market.
7. You can Ret It on cny In
DtallmontN k any bank or
S. Tho government will let -you
have n $100 bond on thena
term: $2 down before Juno
1G, $18 on June 28, $20 on -July
30, $30 on Augiut 1C, $30 -on
AurumI 30. Othiir bond -In
name proportion. Hank will -arrange,
for payment of $10 '
down and $10 a month or bet-
9. Tho government freo
your bond 'from taxoa, federal,
itato or local, except from the -Inheritance
or entitle tax.
10. Your brother aro to rink -their
live on tho firing line.
You won't even rink n cent -of
your money If you buyn -bond.
Makn your dollars' Into -bullet.
DO IT TODAY.
ROUND UP FOR
Business and Professional Cards
VERNON A. FORBES
i, a w y i: it
First National Dank Ilulldlng
Ucnd :: :: Oregon
II. H. DcARMOND
O'Kanc Building, llend, Oregon
wild lioiwiiH covi.u in: hk-
C'l'ltKD I.N AHUNDANTK, IH
U1U1KD ItACK TItACK DIllKtT
OIW TO CONHIDKi; PHOPOSAI.
(From Thumday' Dally.)
If plan formulated by J. T, Har
dy, Oregon Trunk freight and pas
senger agent, John Stcldl, of thl
city, and Orover Caldwell, rancher
of the Mllllcnn section, and ux-I'cn-dlcton
buccaroo, llend will stage a
high class round-up In tho latter part
of October. With an abundance of
wild horse to draw from for tho
riding contents, eliminating tho ne
cessity for shipping In cqulno ex
perts, It Is predicted by Mr. Cald
well that ono of the peppiest meet
ings In tho northwest can be put on
Mr. Hardy Is sounding ,out senti
ment In Uend, and reports that so
far he has encountered no opposition
and for the most part enthusiastic
approval, Directors of tho roc6 track
association, ho bellevos aro In favor
of a round-up, and will meet with
him In the near future to consider
more definite plans for a wild west
show of the kind.
W. W. FAULKNEIt, D. M. D.
Suite 6-8-10, O'Kane Building
Uend, ... Oregon
ARTHUR J. MOORE
fa? Cabin C'ulldinir
Ucnd, Ore. Phono Dlack 1 111
J. K. KNORI1IU7THON,
PIX.MHINa AM) JIKATINO
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Dono.
DR. J. C. VANDEVEIIT
Physician and Surgeon
Phono lied 271
(lours 9-12 a. m,; 1-C p.
7-9 p. m.
W. O. MANNINO, D. M. D.
Sulto 12-14, O'Kano Building
Black 17H1 Itcnd, Oregon
rjBOROE B. YOUNO
Civil amd Irrigation Engineer.
U. H. Slinerol Hurreyor.
Boom 12, First National Bank
O. P. NIBWONOETl, Bead, Oro.
Licensed EmbaJmer, Fnnrrml
Phone ned 421. Lady Asst.
DH. R. D. 8TOWBLL,
Over Logan lurnlturn Co,
Wall 8trect Hours 9 to 6
Phon Red -103
O. B. BENSON
Attorney At IiS.w
Benson Building, Wall Strost
II. O. ELLIS
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building.
UMIAGK IX XKW Ql'AnTKItH
(From Monday's Dally,)
Tho Bend Caragc Company is now
settled In its new quarters recently
built by Philip It. Brooks on Wall
street north of the Pilot Butte Inn.
Tho new garage Is tho largest and
most complete of Its kind In Central
Oregon. The Oregon Fuel & Trans
fer Company has moved Into the
building on Bond street formerly oc
cupied by the Bend Garage Company.
! POSTAL RECEIPTS IN
JUNE MAY REACH $2000-
(From Thursday's Dally,)
Postal receipts for May were
$136S.46, an Increase of over 76 per
cent over May of last year, when
$965 was received. Although tho
total rccolpts wore a little short oC
tho $1666.34 received last month..
Postmaster Honry B. Ford believes,
that the receipts for this month wilt
be In tho neighborhood of $2000.
Its toasted S
YES, just the same as your
delicious, brown, buttered
hot morning toast. The tobacco
This toasting has given you
the real Burley cigarette at last.
Until now it couldn't be made;
now the toasting holds the flavor
and keeps the cigarette fresh.
Of course you'll want to smoke
the real Burley cigarette be
cause it's Burley toasted. Burley
is "blame good" tobacco; and
you smokers arc for it.
Begin trying it today: Lucky
Strike the real Burley cigarette
The veal Burley
Tear off part of the top only as show
C!gietct In paper packages of i
so ate carried mote handily this ' ;
way and keep better; leas likely to ,
spill Into your pocket
10c . AWKlSiMnMiiHBr
mrinTii . ,
If yov dealer does not carry them,
wad $1 for a urloa of 10 packets
to TIm loby.co Co, of CoCfornl).
I So. I'ark, Sjd rranduo,' Cal.
ur men will demonstrate
to you how the tobacco
u toasled-t many stoiev
Copjnisht 1j Th. America Tobacco Compw, loe KIT.