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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1919)
HHNI IIULLKTIN, IIKNI), OHKflON, TIIUIWDAY, .JUIA' n, 1010
Thcro's one trouble you need
not huvo at all in the busiest
time of your year on the grain
You enn scttlo tho milk trouble for that timo
as for all timesby Btockinyupwith several
cases of "
Wi iL9muftA1umw I
Carnation is sweet, fresh, pure milk evaporated to the
consistency of cream, and canned. It keeps perfectly in
a cool, dry place until used on your tabic
Dilute Carnation with an equal volume of water, and
you have milk of natural strength, excellent for drinking
or for any use to which you put milk.
I Alto Pnftrrtd ly City Cooks
Carnation should be used in tea and coffee or on fruits
and cereals just as it comes from the can.
Carnation for cooking Is a blessing to
any housewife. It makes everything
you cook taste better. Tlie Story
of Carnation Milk," a book that we
will be glad to send you free, gives
over 100 tested recipes. Mail us
your address for it
Better make a memorandum and
get several cases of Carnation the
next time anybody goes to the store.
YOUR GROCER HAS CARNATION
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1MSTA.NI I'AILINA LAKK MIMNH
OK COMMUNICATION TO COMK
1'IIIST IIIDH AKKi:i KOIt Mr-
kkn.ii: pass wouk.
(From Monday's Dally.)
With tint opening u( (liu U. H. lineal
your tomorrow, tho forest service
roiul Improvement program will bo
started In Cuutrnl Oregon, when u
crow h( muii In put in work on tin)
roml from Hunt to I'nullnu lakes.
Nuporvlsor N. U. Jacobson, announ
ced this morning. An noon nn thin
roml Iiiih boon Improved work will
nliirt on tho highway from Knst Lnko
to Jjx I'liio, according to present
Immediate construction work on
tho McKonzlu I'uRa hlKltwny Ih also
forecasted hy tho notlco received nt
tho national foront headquarters
litiro that Hunlod bids (or tho contract
(or tho building of tho road (ram
Sisters to tho iiummlt will bo oponud
'Vm July 12. A limit of 180 dnyn (or
tho completion of tho stretch of high
way In question, In ullnwM.
SAFE ACROSS PASS
(From Monday's Dally.)
Minn Margaret llannon and Minn
Beatrice Cheanuy, Instructors In tho
llond IiIkIi nohoul, who loft hint week
on n hiking expedition to Uugeuu
ovur tho McKouxlo pann, hno reached
thulr dontlniitlon in safety, nccord
liiK lo a wlro received hy Mm. II. 0.
Forrln of thin city.
Tho two woro Inkou to beyond
.Sisters by nuto and from that point
mado 28 tnlloH huforo thoy ntopped
for tho nlKlit nt McKouzIo bridge.
While crossing tho pass thoy found
many docp drlfiH, and believed that
tho road will not ho open to automo
biles for some time to come.
TUMALO STATION IS
OPENED TO MACHINES
(From Monday's Dally.)
That tho road to tho Tumulo
raiiKor station Is now open to nuton
Is tho roport today of Judge It. 0.
Kills, after getting through to tho
station yesterday. Ono brldRo Is
down hut may ho crossed with tmfoty,
ho says. Snow still Ilea deep around
tho ranger station.
iimi lifl ti i
if muMiinwrir irn.
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LA PINE SEES
IRRIGATION WORK IS
Dowlopiiirnt of Old Morxmi Project
In ClinrKO of I'. V. Toiiiritf-Wntrr
for 10,00(1 Arrt'H In West Unit
to Ho Available Svxl Ywir.
AW It, Sl'IX'IC, Hl'KOIAIi AGI1N'J HTANDAUD OH CO,, lllJNI), OHK.
(From Thursday'it Dally.)
With work actively proceeding and
many man employed In the complo
tlou of tho went unit of tho old Mor
son IrrlKatlon project nt Ln I'lne,
tho community Is experiencing un
umiiiiI pronpority thin summer. On
I In completion, when tho long-awultcd
water ban been brought In to tho
hind, u solid and substantial growth
Begun buck In tho boom times of
1910 and 1011, work on tho project
was abandoned In 1012 when sev
eral miles of main canal had been
finished nnd tho big ditch run down
uloiiR tho west unit, preparatory to
putting out laterals through this
section of the- segregation. Since
1012 nothing has boon done. J. K.
Morxon, promoter of tho project, has
lived near La I'lno (or a part of tho
time that has elapsed, and several
Ineffectual attempts huvo been mado
to get a now start, but money ban
beau lacking nnd tho project has
IrrlKiillou C.rtH Si'W Ktart.
Now It has a now sturt. Without
any brass band, with no effort at
publicity, with no advertising of
what Is planned to bo accomplished,
now owners huvo taken chnrgo and
aire pushing tho work. When they
have finished and water Is running
in tho canals and laterals they will
bo ready to talk nnd to advertise to
tho world what they have. This Is
tho statement of Frank W. Tomes,
who bus stepped Into Morson's shoes
as manager of tho project and is
now In charge.
With his brother, E. II. Tomes. Mr.
Tomes came out to Ln I'lno from
Nebraska a few years ago. E. I). Is
now tho active head of tho Ln I'lno
Htato bank, nnd Frank W. Is work
ing out tho destinies of tho irriga
tion project. Ilestdes working put
tho destinies, ho Is also working
down In tho dlcth and can bo found
any day -In his oldest clothes hard
at tho common labor which Is tho
chief part of tho present activity.
Herwilrx Ik-liiK Made.
Tho now owners succeeded to all
tho Interests of tho old management
last spring. At onco a contract was
lot to George W. Mclaughlin to put
tho west unit canal in shupo nnd to
dig tho laterals. This work Is now
going forward nnd will lucludo alto
gether about 17 miles of digging.
In addition, heudgates and drops
will bo put In nnd repairs to tho old
Tho biggest ploco of repair work
consists In rebuilding tho canal bank
nt tho placo whoro It was washed
out u few years ugo. This Is nn ox
tensive job and will cost over $2600.
Tho McLaughlin contract Is for
over $22,000, so that It will bo seen
that some 130,000 or more Is being
laid out this Burumor, largely for
labor ellhor on tho ditch or nt tho
local sawmill, which in being called
on for quantities of lumber.
Vest Unit to Uo Watered.
. No now luud will bo watered this
summer, tho only deliveries being to
tho Stearns and Mayflold ranches In
satisfaction of old water rights, de
livery under which bus been Intor
rnptcd by tho now construction.
fs'ext year, howovor, water will bo
brought to tho west unit, a solid body
or laud about 10,000 acres In area,
which ofTora Idoal Irrigation possi
bilities. Tho unit has n very 'gentle alopo,
not noticeable to tho oyo. Tho wator
will bo curried over It in straight
lino laterals, thoro being no rock to
go around or remove nnrt no lluuus
necessnry. Throo laterals nro umlor
construction this hummer nnd It la
expected thnt land owners will clear
up u considerable acrongo in order to
bo ready for tho water next spring.
Engineering work of tho project Ih
In chnrgo o( John DubulR, well known
jUi this section, whoro ho bus done
much work on both tho O. O. I. nnd
tho Tumttlo proJoctB,
TWO SMALL FIRES
SEEN. IN TIMBER
(From Tuosdny's Dally.)
Two timber fires woro reported this
morning by lookouts on tho Do-
ficliutcs national (orest. ono being
located nonr tho Long Pralrlo 'rangor
station, tho othor nt Dates butto, It
was not' considered that olthor was
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PLAN HORSE RACES
KvrntM for Iloth Men nnd Women
Hldcm to Ito Held Military Feu-
turn Found Impracticable.
(From Monday's Dally.)
In addition to other sports already
scheduled to bo held In Dond as a
part of tho Fourth of July celebra
tion horoa number of horse races
may bo hold, was tho announcement
today of Charles W. Ersklne, chair
man of tho celebration committee.
A placo will bo mado on tho program
nnd sultabla cash prizes will bo pro
vided by tho committee Tho number
of events will bo determined by tho
number and class of entrants, and at
least ono raco will be exclusively for
Earlier plans of tho committee had
Included a short military demonstra
tion by returned soldiers, but duo to
unavoidable circumstances It has
been necessary to eliminate this
fcaturo. Tho committee, however,
promises thnt tho ovents now arrang
ed will completely fill every hour
of the day.
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writing your namo and address
ou will receive In return
packago containing Foley's
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coughs, colds and croup, Foloy Kid
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HE AT AND LIGHT
BEND TO HAVE
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Asking tho appointment of a box
ing commission tor Bend, petitions
were being circulated today by Tom
Carlon and others, and when com-
tPlotcd will bo presented to the city
council for action. No difficulty was
expected in securing tho required
number of signatures, as sentiment
In favor of ring sports has always
been strong In Ilend.
According to tho 1919 state laws,
any boxing contest held without per
mission of n commission b classed as
a prizefight and 13 forbidden under
penalty of a heavy fine. A commis
sion may be appointed by tho mayor
and consists of from thrco to five
members, ono of whom must bo a
Members of a boxing commission
servo without salary, but draw a cer
tain fixed percentago from tho re
ceipts of each contest. This goes to
make up a fund which may bo used
for the rellof of tho poor after It
passes tho $500 mark.
Tho appointment is being asked
In order to logallzo tho boxing
sruokor which Is to bo put on tho
evening of Independence day ut tho
Bend Amateur Athletic club gymna
sium by the Bend volunteer Are de
partment as ono of tho features ot
tho city's Fourth of July celebration.
Four chairs at -your service at the
Metropolitan. No watting. Adv.
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W. R. Speck, Special Agent Standard Oil Co., Bend, Ore.
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