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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
IIKM Ul'I.IiUTlN, 1HCN1), OUICOON. Till ItSDAY, Al'm.ST ill), HUT
ES EARLY RESIDENT
FUSSES W BEND
SUNDAY MATlNKli ..,
NIGHT anJ MONDAY
NEW FIRE 16
N'KINGUATIOX AT 1'tNU MOCX
TAIX NO SOOXUK Hl'HDl'Hl)
TltAX OAM. IS HKXT l.V i'OH 120
MOItK lMhlJ WHHTHUS.
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(ttknV AVtHUtcwUy' Dally.)
While tho l'lnc Mountain tire wm
ttelng put tntdnr control last night,
mother conflagration burst wit In
she tar I.ake timber, and this morn
ing a cull was received at Dwehutes
it'onol forest headquarters here
asking for SO men to aid In fighting
the flumes. The men were at onre
assembled, and sent out to the fire,
approximately CO miles from Henri.
Hanger Hurtcin On ay Is In charge of
the fire fighters.
After clow to 300 acres hud been
burned over In the Tine Mountain
section, tho flames were again cor
ralled last night, and thU morning
men who hail first been sent out
began coming back to Html. A fresh
crow was aont out last night ami
worked under the direction of Acting
Supervisor V. V. Hurphnm until the
situation was well In hand.
Tho extent of the Lara take fire Is
not known, hut It is known to be In
a part of tho country well adapted
to tho rapid spreading of flames.
MKS. 1HAIIHI, M'l.KKS SITtTMIW
to fxhc.moxia wau mmx ix
OltKOOX OVKU .T8 VHAHS AtSO,
OF lMOXKIIIt STOCK.
Lively Lot of
Toggery never before adorned
from the best markets
is coming in daily
We are better prepared
than ever to supply
(From Saturday's Dlly.)
After suffering a month' Illness
from pneumonia, Mrs. Isabrl J. Mo
Lees died yesterday afttrnxti nt the
Henri Surgical hospital. She was 6S
years, ture months nnri 29 days old
and Is survived by her husband, two
sisters. Mrs. M. A lllrri. of M Mlnn
vllla, and Mrs. KmniivHtHnran, or
Salem, and two brothers, lllrch Al
derman, of Tillamook, and Wood Al
derman, of Asotin, Washington.
Mrs. McLees came here last Novem
ber from Portland, to Join her hus
band who lives at the corner of Flor
ida and Slsetnare streets. Her bnri
Is to be sent back to her old home at
Lamytttte, Ore., and funeral services
will probably be held Monday. He
tore her marriage the deceased was
Isabel Alderman, one of the tint
white women bora In the state. Iter
father, Isaac Alderman, was a prom
inent pioneer, coming to the Pacific
Coast In mo.
in "A ROMANCE
H ?( nn ,wvt ;
RUNAWAY LOG TRAIN
SMASHES EMPTY CARS
Knjilnerr null Flrt'iimii Only Slightly
Hurt In CiiioIi Xenr ItiiMik".-
Sainton Citmp .No. I.
(Front Monday's Daily.)
Sevon empty ears wore badly
smashed on the IJrooks-Seanlon lon
ging road Saturday afternoon, whtm
as many ears which were being loaded
on a grade, escaped down hill and
crashed Into a train which was Imlng
pushed up grade. Kngineer Prank
Hrobert and Fireman Culler wr
slightly bruised as the result of the
accident, but no one else was even
The wreck was In the near vicinity
of Camp No. 1.
joiix it. vkox ii:t laitiM rmsr
ciass icoaii .mi'st hi: ittnr
TIIIMUOH TO CAI.IFOIt.MA
SKIW l.MI'ltOYHMIi.NTt HAM K
(From Wednesday's Iliillv.)
"The next big thing in Oregon
road building is the establishment of
a really first class highway to Cali
fornia through Central Oregon. " said
John II. Yeou nt the PlltX Iluite Inn
Accompanied by W. I). Sklnn.T.
traffic manager of the S. P. A .S. ml j
road. Julius Meier, of Meier A Kr ik.l
M. F. Ilrady and Carl O. Selke. Hie,
Multnomah rouuty roadmaster wi nt
this morning to Odell take for a f-w !
days of fishing. I
Mr. Yeon. ho Is one of the North!
west's beat known good road t.urtt
and enthusiasts, declares that a lit -
of betterment will 1h nrtnuipllahed I mi the govi rnmeiu through the 1st
with Central Oregon highways In the Iter's everlasting r.Hl tape and Imir
near future. Delays, he declares, are 'uplifting
being encountered by ths Highway
Under the Arnold Ditch
The Bcnham Falls segregation, comprising 74,000 acres
of land adjacent to Bend has been thrown open to
Approximately 1)000 acres of this land can lie watered from Lite Arnold Dileh
for wluL-h a water-rifrhl can be ohlaiiu'd from the Arnold Irrigation Company
for considerable less than tho Slate is selling water rights for lands in the State
projects adjacent to Bend. To all residents ol Hend desiring homesteads under
the Arnold Ditch we desire to state that we have engaged the engineers of the
Arnold Irrigation Company, L. 1). Wiest and (Jeorge S. Young, who are more
familiar with these lands than anyone else, to make a survuy of the lands that
can be irrigated and to run lines for ditches so that parties desiring to file on the
lands can be shown what part of the lands can be irrigated and approximately
the amount of tillable acreage on each claim.
Call and see us for locations. Kilhei Mr. Wiest or Mr. Young will accom
pany you over the laud, show you the lines and give you desired information re
garding Arnold Irrigation Company water-rights, etc. Our charges are very
J. RYAN &
BEND - - - OREGON
i r TnttBTTiaqTsffifflMragmi
Commission in the cooperative work
QUIET WEDDING HELD
AT PASTOR'S HOME
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Rev. H. C. Hartranft officiated yes
terday afternoon at tho Presbytorlan
parsonage at the wedding of Daniel
Ilrumbaugh. of Hand, and MIm Helen !
Cummlng, of Klickitat county. The
wedding was a quiet one. only Im
mediate relatives being prewnt. Mr.
and Mrs. Ilrnrabaugh will make tkair
home In Hend.
TWO WEDDINGS HELD
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
(From Monday's Dally.)
Saturday night was a brisk on for
Itev. II rat ran ft. who officiated at
two weddings, one following com
upon the heels of the other. The
principals in one wore Harvey II.
Mrlntyre, a rirlvar for Wray's stage
line, and Miss Dora H. Har.ger. who
arrived the aarnt evening on thu In
coming tra-in. Clyde Warnsuff and
Miss Frankie OI instead were the far
t'llpai'ts In the other ceremony.
Wh.f. trafa.d ,prllul. with wdrr UW
nUri'i and adrjaat tM ' "
Iratttaa ladlr( to rell(iilr 4ff- la U
lttta( aahaala .
AORICULTUHC, wlla IS itrtrrraalt;
COMMERCE, wild 4 d.p.rtm.nH .
EKOtSEnniNO, wita rt U4rln!, la
tHint Clttl. KlftrkaL lllfhwtjr. !wti(lftl
Art.. Irrigation, and Mebni.l 'clr.rrlt.
rOBXBTBY, Ibla4la lltnt KlB..r.
ItOUT rCO.VOMlCn. with 4 n, trart
RU, lattvdlRt lrala4ac In tk. riHM
Ulltraa. wild lhrr 6rpirtm.cU, Imlud
taf CfcMniaat Katiarrrlaa-.
THE SCHOOL Or KtMtC, ffr M.tmr.
Mm Hi ttw pHnriMl dsilnMaU ( Tral
aa4 laUiaa4l mad
THE MfLITAHT DCrAXTMBKT. wHr4
ISMS rtdfli ISIS 17, "l I.KJWIC
4tM Ur 9. X. C (ram lk W.l ftoaarl
ml t lh IT 8 War Il..miwl an t
th tilUa ' 4lttHifl.h) m.lilullMit" nt
hla-r Uararns All rdM U W fnraUhM
cnalt uniiarm. la. I.' H lioral
aa4 ! Jur aM iMmr r4. rnrlla ia
th X . T. C, will W lra ramaiutalian far
llUua. lt a all lriipnnlin ani
lalwlataaca at Ik tv -a Hanmr Map
XCOISTKATIOK EBOIXS OCT OB BR 8,
13J7. iBfvBtltaxi en rwjiittt ASSian,
K(Ut(ir, Orga AjneuUuui CoU.
DIVOKCi: IS SOfOIIT.
1'OltTI.AND. Auk. S?.- Although
she refuted to rook his meals. Carrfo
Mitchell round lime to keen hou
for another man, of Hend. rliarKe
Joe Mltcliull in n suit (or divorce
tiled Saturday In Cfrtlfttid. Ho names
l.oni Kin in as cn-reaimndent, and div
rlnrea his wife uer.tectod him and
their three chlldroit fur Klam. Ho
asks for a rilvorru and for the custody
of the rhlldren on grounds of rninlty.
mithk I'crir rcnr.K'ATio.v.
Department of thn Inrerlor. u.
N.it! 1 l,i.Ii K'Vrn that a' 9
o'tlurk to "t tllr seiimd Monday
III Keptemlier I 'J 1 7. Imiiik the 1 01 It
day thereof, the County Hoard of
KU.tllration will attend, at the offlm
of thn County AMesaor in the Hend
Cnmpanv bulldlUR. In the City of
Hend. Oregon, and pulillfly nxMinlne
the a in en t rolls, and rorrm't all;
errors (n vnliWton. deserlptltin or
iiunlltlei n( imiils. Iota or othar irnp-1
erll' Tiaatuifcnit 111- II.m ffiiiMtv -
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A It O lin.il. i. a I' i Hun Hi im
Ore .',: .'..r-
KOH ,S.I t: I.", fine la:.' In Lit
t'iiH, Hlih irtlvra. It. 4ti tiiid Hi I
Durham, one fall Mimd Ituitn Du
haul bull. I )nrs old. tin t sail
dl horai-s, Iwlh broke ti handliii(
caul. II. O. Fawriiu. Ii Cine. Or
I'Olt IAf.K lUrra Oral U Ji .
soy1 milk rows and registered but.
and It shall be the duty of imraona In
tereated to appear at Hih time and i tnam U. (Irlfflth. Dra. hutea. On
W. T. Mn.t.Aiiifm-. !
Assessor of Deacliutiw County,' . VOH MAI.K. One rrade Coll
First imbllrntloii. Auijuat IG;
Sevon d pulillmtlon, AiiKUal 23;
Third publleiitlnii. AuRiist 30;
Four Hi ptibllcAtlon, tfe.pte.mbar
COI'XTY COl'KT OF DHIV1
Ijtnd Office at Tho Dulles, Oregon, I
August 10. IHI7.
.Vottcc la hertir given that David'
C Hogers, of Hand. Oregon, who, on '
August IS. 1913. ttiuile Homestead te
jsitiry .o. ii junto, nir nv c. . . . w .
ITp. 19 8.. It. H K. W M.. has MIcnI ; CL..SSII'IKl ADVItHTlHIMI. .
notlee of Intention to make final I - -
threw rear proof, to establish elulm! "A.Nrrcn- (Jod man, with exoer-
I cu bull, IG trxiMlhs uM. Imtulrn
In, JotiHMtiH, lllllltmit. 4tf,-30tf -
FOIt KAl.K lloii.ri and lot. Frlcn
rlihu Tortus roaaonable. luqulro
A It IMu.,,1. II..., I Ul,... . nil
I ... . ,,.,n,,,n, , .villi UIKM v. tfll
ut any time, of plarlug itny patient! TKAM FOR HAI.K Two galdlnga.
In another iMwpltal whon In Its din- u eight Ino irh .10 and It yntrs
rratlon the Mnlfare or the patient i ajd; wagon and harness. I.nwrli.
would rwiulre It. , r will trutf. Iaulre HulliHIti of-
Tlie eon trait will m fir the pt'rlod tU. IOC-I4,X7p
of una ear. , Kf(H n i n,,u tr..t.i.i,i ...
fraA te Iteeember, gives 10 quart
mlllt im dry Mastur now. l'rlr i:.
Ogdeii Ave ,
to tho land atmvo ilaatirtbetl, hofirii
lenre, to run Hlar wall drill. 8tady
llttx IS, Henri. Ore. 8XSH6,2Sp
ffJVf 1 1 a If U aSa taiaai Laa-AaLdk feiiil. n I I a
!, u. n. wtiiimfnniiini. Mi ((lllfiynittll . MiMhf uuttua
i iihup rHRori, fin ihv fin tiny hi
1 L'liltlattul.i.S 1017
Claimant names as w It n esses:
Howard F. Dyer. Klmer K. Ctilll-
aan, AbrMham Kvans, Clifton I,. Hv-I
ans. Daniel W. Meeker, all of MHH-' FOIt HAI.K Holsteln
It. FIIA.VK WCKIDCOCK. '
FOK S.M.M Hlg 4 Mreom ..
Soaiitg Marhlno and rake. I U7
'tJt fclh .. SI7 2l.2.'ii
fltaVH SJ0 arms or wheat land, XI 'I
acres In rultlvutlnn. In Houtheru In
- ho, all fenied and erosa rem-etl, wTlk
jitrod houaa and barn and other out
.kbNlldlnira. I'rire UT. per a re. Will
bull ewlf. irade lor good young ranao horms.
Dual gave IJ.000 pounds milk. 2D ' ";""' around 1200 p.iuuds K,
Hat, rat. In 10 months; rag, aire or ( f "w"'"hw- Terrebonn.-. Ur.
Central Oregon Bank
1. K. IIU.NTKII, rroaldoiit
(iMHiiriOX II. HH'IlrT, VIco-HroNldqiit
M. 1. MAIIAI'1'HV, Unil Victvl'roNltloiit,
If. f. KTKI'IIKNS, Cnslilur
I'B.NDKIi WAITK, AwiUCnnt Cashlor
;D. IS. Hunter IV. L. O'DouuuII Cttrlutou II, Sulft
K. I. Mulinffoy II. M. Stopliens
Every facility for accomodating
the. investors of Central Oregon
TsJ f H, HI'DHON, I'resldent H. M. I.AUA. Cashier
&& . ' t;o14, V'00 ''"Iriont I,, ti. MbIHCYNOI.DH, Aast. Coshlor
ryv i a. Brttiif.ii, vico i-riis. II. A. JJTOVKH.Asst. Cushlur
f) The First National Bank
MZ OF BEND. BEND.OR.EGON
Cnpltiil fully pulil
.Surplus - - -
A imall payment down puis an
Elccttlc Range In your home.
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
The Federal Reserve
System Helps You
IT WAS CJUfATKI), I'ltl.MAKII.Y
To holp thu Iltisluofui Mwi unil farmgrs,
To provldti plenty of ottrrnr nt all tlmwj, I
To affect n Htontllur supply of orudlt.
Tho aystom marlta thu mitiport of nil jtood citizens; It
must hitvo youra In ordor U) reaSh Hit full tlavqlopmont.
You run Hoouro thu boiiufltN or this jcnxit gyi)tom uutl at
tho an in a tlmo usNlst directly In devolopliiK t by danoHlt
Iiik your nionoy with us,
IFe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND