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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1909)
What Is Nicer for a
In and look over our list of irrigated land.
'j? We hrtve l,le !,rSest ,,!l " Crook county
and are satisfying investors every day. If
you bave anything to sell, let us sell it for
you. We bave more buyers than land.
Come in and list your city property with us.
, Our list is almost exhausted and we have
buyers waiting. Why pay rent when we
can loan you money to build a house of your
I own. The interest is less than rent and,
when you pay, vou are paying for some
thing of your own. Come in and let us cx
i plain the proposition to you. Yon will be
glad yon did it. We are agents for the Har
ney Valley Oil & Gas Company, the best
stock proposition in Eastern Oregon. You
bad better investigate this.
Insurance Strongest Compnie.
Notary Public Neat and accurate.
Homestead location Satisfaction guaranteed.
Loan Agency Best and cheapest.
Timber lands bought and sold Best vicinities.
Stenographic work, all kinds Reasonable rate.
Call on or write
The Cent Ore. Realty Co.
AS I WAS 29 YEARS AGO IN CHICAGO-
AND STILL AT IT YET.
BEND, - -
Than n I'ic'turc of liuby or of Yourself.
One Do. Pictures mounted on Special
Xtnas Post Curtis for $a. Good work on
Post cants ft 50 per Dor. Copying nnd
liularRniK Cabinets $4 and $5 per Dox.
for every use.
ly full. Two
fatal sill Heart.
UliNliRAL NEWS NOTES.
Nitvv Flour Mim, at Madras
is. S. Isaacs, a milling mun of
Walla Wnlln, expects to build it
large mill at Madras, It is pro
poed to form n company with $15,
000 capitalization, and Isaacs hopes
to get iarmers ut Madras to buy
stock cqit.il to one-third of the
CttMATK F.VOKAR..1t TO FKMT
I) Frank, a prominent cnutractot
.vml builder of the Twin Fulls conn
ry, arrived here a few days ago ti
petul the winter on his place neat
Redmond. Mr Frank expects to
set out an orchard on bis place am
us the climatic conditions on
much more favorable here for frul
ban at Twin Falls Hub.
Fail Grain Poino Fink. A
t6 acic piece of Forty-Fold wlicui
that W N Riv of this place sowed
the fit week in September is show
mg up well. Samples taken from
the field last week show the grain
six inches high and the root five
niches This piece of grain is be
ing grown in dry laud without the
aid of irrigation. Chronicle.
Mork Tuuti'iioNit Links The
Dochutcs & Harney Valley Tele
phone Company is the name of a
new corporation that will soon filet)
pspers, according to Manager I.oui
Ooonar of the Pioneer Telephone
Company. The objects of the new
company will lie to build a line
from Roilatul to Silver Lake, to
extend the Paulina line from liar
ilin to Bur,ns, and to build a new
toll line from Redmond to Madra
via Culver and install an exchange
at Modras. Prineville Journal.
Shorter Items of Interest.
F P. Cooper, piesident of the
Hilliman town-die company, sayr
the Oregon Trunk Line will build
a brancn up urooiccd river to
"Porter Bros, have just completed
a second large warehouse at Shan
iko, and last week unloaded two
carloads ot horses to be added to
their freighting outfits.
Porter Bros, have leased a saw
mill on the Deschutes near the
Warmsprings ferry, and will manu
facture their own bridge timbers
and other lumber. Timber has
been secured on the Matoles and
the logs will be driven down that
stream and the Deschutes to the
Karl Benton, a young rancher
who resided at Bend lor several
months, was married on Nov. 17
to Miss Clara Woods, Rev. Lill
officiating. Mr. and Mr. Benton
are excellent young people and The
Bulletin extends best wishes. They
will reside on the v room's ranch
three miles north of Redmond.
Excursion to the Orient.
The Seattle Commercial Club It or
Harming an excursion to the Orient for
business men, their families and connec
tions, to leave Seattle by the S. S.
Minnesota on December 31, ami return
about March 5, 1910. The Minnesota
will touch Kobe, Yokohama .Nanga.ki,
Shanghai, Manila, anil Hongkong. I'lrt
data round trip will be f 350, Space for
exhibit on board will be provided. Slop
will be made of from one to three day
at all port, anil sctcntccn dart at
Manila. Application, for full particulars
and rctervationt should tie made to J.
M. Shawhan. chairman of the publicity
committee, 700 Kiler'a Mu.ic iiuililing,
300,000 acres of Wheat Land lies south-east of
Bend, and can be bomesteaded in 320 acre tracts. Beud
Is the mobt convenient point from which to reach the
THE HOMIJ LAND COMPANY will locate you
upon the best of this land at actual cost of the service.
No Locating Fee Charged
PLATS OF ALL LAND KKPT UP TO DATK
AND OPF.N FOR INSPECTION. You can locate
yourself if you prefer. We want to we the country
hc-ttled as boon as possible.
THE HOME LAND COMPANY,
Short Course for Fanners.
In order to keen pace with the rapid
development in the science, art, and
practice of agriculture and home-making '
and to give those who And It IlilPO'siblc
to tnke it regular ctillegeiMiitse, the (he
uoii Agrintllurnl Oolleve U nlferiiig
Winter .Short Conine, which bruins
Tuesday, January 4, and extends lor six
weeks, mm also one-ween course, - .
ter known as fanners' Week, which lie f
gins Monday, I'ebruaty 14. and extends
Uiroitgboul the week. Instruction I ,
tieniil either of tbe abine courses In
v.-ni-r.l m-rli-nltnrr. dalrvlllL'. bortlClll-
Hre, mechaiile arts,, doiiicalle science.
,lld art, and commerce I
Tliere arc also, no Mown, many
aire farmers and iHucv.le, ill past
ihc uual school age, who desire to at
.ualul IhctiiscUes more lully with Hie
: . - a .1 -I. ...I. Ill ltilr It'
Host ctcui irri.'i'u'"1- --.
qctlvc lines of IsUir Tlie wtftk ottered
eill lie adapted to the practical needs nl
'aimers, fruilgrotters, dairymen, me
Itanlcs, or of women In the home and
.! to teachers who desire to rrwe
thetuschc lo teach elementsry agncuf
ture now required In our public schools.
The various court- are so planned as .
to pros Ide the latest amount of practi
cal liifonnalioii In the short lime avail
able. There will be no fee whatever tor
attending the exercises of Parmer.
Week. Those who attend the oilier
courses will be cxiwcUil to pay a regis
tration fee of f I .. In addition, slu
dents In the six weekscourse In dairying
will pay a laboratory fee of fj 00 and a
breakage depoalt of fa.00; tluwe In me
chanlc arts will pay a fee of ft 1x1 for
woodwork. thtMC tn household aetence
and art will pay a fee of ft Jo to etiter
costs of materials urd in the course of
the cookery, and esch student will l
catiected to furnish her owu material,
lor all other cla.wa. Hoard and lo.lcln
may t had in Corvallls at ti 50 to M-Jif
per week .
No entrance examination or other edy.
catlonal testa will be required; but no
one will be received who is less than f
years of age Nearly 7000 men and
women registered In these courses In
1909, their ages ranging from 16 to jii
A pleasing and pruritable feature of
hese courses will te a series of lecture
ly some of the mo.i prominent men of
the slate men who are especially well
qualified by succeulul experience to
peak upon some particular phaic of
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present the 51 Is.ues ol The Youth's
Companion, costing only 5' -75 for the
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In quantity, variety and value of read
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cleaon a thousand subjects by lamous
men and women, delighllul short sketch
es, humorous anecdotes, and an infinite
variety of other wholesome, entertaining
reading is not such a lr the very
one for an appropriate, acceptable Christ
mas prevent Think of 111 In a year
The Companion elves you as much read
ing as twenty 4m page books of travel,
history, fiction, niUcellaur, biography
and humor, and not a line in it that
.hakes one's faith In truth and honor,
not a phrase that makes light of tbe
things that are sweet and pure. Is It not
a Christmas gift worth having Christ,
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Send your suberlpllon fl 75) at once
so as to receive free all the issues of the
Companion for the remaining weeks ol
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netian" oicmiar lor 1910, iiinograpiici.
in thirteen ailnrs and gold
Tint Yotirir Coupaniok,
Companion llullding, Doston. Mass.
Ranch For Sale.
340 acres. For particulars in
quire of M. Niswongcr. Powell
Uutte, Oregon. 36 39
For Sale or Kent.
The property known as tbe Ros
land hotel. For particulars address,
C. V. Cammiciiakl,
37-38 Koslaud, Ore.
The Cornell SUrc & Stable Co.
It's the mail line, the only direct
stage line from Sbaniko to Silver
Lake, by the way of Princvillc and
Bend. Stopover privileges and
tickets good until used.
Hand us your subscription.
Oregon Agricultural College
Jmary 4th 10 Fcbraarj fSih, 1111
Practical work, lectures and demon.
ll.ii will ! ..Ilrll 111 .tlh Wll.t llllta
... it...- - ...m. ... - -.. - -...-
I...M f?ti-ral I'arttilliif. l'rillt i'lltlllfr.
Animal Husbandry, lUirying, Poultry
keeping, the llu.lnrv. Side of Panning,
rorcswv, larpemry, iiiacxsmiiuiug, .tie.
clisnical Drawing. Cixiklng, Sewing,
lire..inKiug, noiue .iiaiiaKrnieiii, no.
All regular course begin January 4th
and end I'cbruary nth. I' r me is' Week
I'cbruarr Mill to iHth
A cordial invitation Is extended to all
OomI accommodations may be secured
at reasonable rates. No age limit atwve
16 years. No entrance requirement..
Prominent lecturers hsve been secured
for special topics The Instructional
loree of the College numbers loo. Hx
A special leature Is the farmers week
which comes this year I'eb. 14th to iHth.
Lectures, discussions, and a general re
union. I'or further Information address
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College,
IHixttweal of Hi lattrtor,
Uniltd turn La4 onk, Th lllr, Orrtoo,
Nomlr r, !.
A wfll(ialefMln.MJ.ii(h.tlacbea IM la
(bit OAK by Italiy K. anHn,niilnl.al. .r.loat
hoaiic.itwl ralry, No. IVllf. ta.de lrmtr I,
!. lur HM KKV Mrtloa J. lowmfilp is it,
i.aee it K. WilUmel MrrMl.a. tnr Kmllr
ohaioa tUetimd, roatmr. In ka ll Ual
if nt Ihsl Mid talrvwomsa dkl oa ue about
Sptll fj. Iy;, Ih.l ahs mr cMsblhkrd tnl
dae apMt, eulllrstnl or Imptorrd ukl Itacl
Ertor lo hf iW.ih last Mare hr death b
cit. kan wholly UUd tn rrMr uam, colli
.lr ae Imfov .kl ll.rtor cum Hi mm Id
hr done Ih.l If tact sr say heirs of uU talry
woM.alh.jp .re aahnma lo sSUal, Ihsl all
.Heard .haadoaaieal wA ia la tiaploy
raeot la the .iiajr a.y sr ai.il.e rotpsoilM
Ualled UtM la llais of w.r IUU vltle..lt
hereby ootlted lo .upear, respond, and offer
ertdenc. luuchlaf uld .lteritton St IS o-ctock
. m. on J.nu.ty t, i.ia. WToe II, C 1(111.. a
V a. Coraml4oBrf,.( hi.ororela OembOrcioa,
a4 Ih.l Bad he.rla( wilt U heM at I o'clixk
a. nt on J.auiry n laio. befurc the rtjltier
ad revel. er si the Called States LaadOSxsta
Th D.IIn. Orecoa,
ThSMldeooleiUal h.ta(, la a peepr .IB
d.rll. Bled November I), lyoo. al toelk bet.
whkh .how Ih.l sflrr lk dlllgene mihhi.1
erhefol lhUnulrcaa not be h.iI. III. her,
by ordered and directed that wKh notice b
3Itea by dac and uropev buhllralkm.
Ilj CW MIKIKK. XriLler.
IBM ' U. I I .J U .IJ'I I'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of lb lalerlor,
U S. Land OtSc si Th Italle.. Oregon,
October tth, isr9.
NOTICK Is hdreby flren that
Hdw.rd r Drotlerhons t
uf Rend, Orecon, who, on rctotr tsih 'fH.
made llomr.lead Ktitfv fKeflal No etait na.
Ilrt, fur IhekKIofhrc ,Twn. iSHoulh. K It
IU. W M h.. nlednollcaolliitcRtl.nloin.kc
ria.i rirvvear -roor,ioiubiik cuna lo Ik
lanJ above drwtlUd, Ufut II C i'.IU., Untied
at.lesCommlMloner si his office si Hcnd, Ore
gon, on Ihc .th d.y of December, t w,
C1.lm.nl name... wilneiae. Kred A. Hun
mil. Latent O. Keed. KrmH A Smlih and
l)c.r(C B, Jlroatethoui, all of Head, Oregoa.
otr-dr C W. MOORK. Kegialer
NOTICE FOR FUIiLICATION.
Iep.rttuenl of th lalerlor,
V h. Land O Itce .1 Tk Dalle., Or ,
Beptniber Sylh, yva
Nolle, la bertby glees Ihsl
James I). Datldaoa,
whoa rjo.toflif addreaa la Rend. rtr..nn MA
on the 14th day of May, iw. III In Ihlt office
nwurn maienieiii ana ApiMKanon no, oewt, lo
twrchaa tht HW U HW U Hee, r and NW U
NW Ultec j, loaiuihlp aoulh, rang 11 e.il.
W M and the timber Ihctcon. unJrt lk. ,..n
vUlwn. of III Act sf June 1, ily. and ct. amend
aloejr, known a. th "Timber and Moat Law,"
al.uch value ss mixhl be Ased by stipr.la
neul suit Ih.l, purausnl to .uch apiiUcallon,
the land and limber thereon baee been ap
pralwd si f moo, Ihc Umber e.llm.lrd 6y
board feet at M cents per M, and lh land no
value Ih.l said applhanl wl ofTer flusl proof
In aupport of hi. application and swom Hale
nicnl on the 15II1 d.y of lleccinbcr, lv. Ufut
11 k tuna, uuueii m.ic. loniiuiatluUTr St his
offlcc at lleud, Oregon.
Any per.on I. sf liberty to proleal Ihl. pur
chaae before entry, or Initial a roule.l at any
lime before patent laaui., by nllng a corroborated
aRid.eit III till, oftlce, alleging (acts which
would ilcfeai Ihc entry
0-IJ1M C W, MOOKIt, Hegi.ter.
It Pays to AdvcrtUc in
THE BEND BULLETIN
. M II I I I ,.
MARRY HILL, Proprietor
I'l'lib LINIt Ol'
Reef, Pork, Veal and
All my meats are stored in a
large Ice Inix just Installed and
are always In the hot o condition.
I solicit your patronage
G. W. RICHARDSON
Two iloora south of I'.O. Ilcnd
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Ofl'IOt OVUK MANIC
nil Wlflbt Cclcpbone Connection
UAV TKLItl'IIONK NO, 31
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
omCK IN HANK MHI.IIINO,
savasaHBBHanbs sa. r - tttt t sms - 3
DR. I. I.. SCO F I HI D,
OI'FICIt IN JOIINfiON ilUll.WNO
II end, Oregon.
Dr. A. A. BUHIIS..NrM..:7,l
Healer. Illae.ae. uceaafutlr Tfeatnl
Without the tlae U IMag. or hargery, by
th N.tar.l Melhmiaof lle.llag. Chron
ic Diacaaea a tsUlly. ConaalUllea flee
UemUroflk UU and Nation.) N.laroplh
OBk la Jokaaon Mlg , Head, Oregon
HF.NI) I.ODCF. No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. ViajlitiK brothers
C A.OAST, aUcr. f. O. MINOR. W M,
r . .
F. 0. MINOR
I.I FIJ FI RK ACCI DKNT
I N aS U R A N C K
Notary Publle and Convayauclng All
Igsl I'atier Correctly Drawn.
Irrigated Land For Sale.
Forty acres fine irrinotal alfalfA
land for sate, and relinquishment
on i6o-acrc homestead utljoinlui;.
For jurticulars address W, catc
The Hulletin. jo-tf
Vnllr fa !tirl.v lvi, lli.l llt iimtiir
signed by an older of the County Court
tl r.fUlV failt.,k ).K..a... I.aa !.... al.
V . whiiij, .iva.iiii, II., IITCII f.
tailnted aduilnlstralrlx til the estate of
I'atiny C. Iloyer, deceated
All rtersona having claims against such
estate are required tn present them
within six mouths from the date of tint
notice, with the proper vouchers, to lliu
undersigned, either by mail or person,
at Ileuil, Oregon, Dated this 14th day
of November, A. I). 1900.
I.UI'.I.I.A S OKII'l'IN, Adtnliilstratrlx
IxKk box No. 14, J7-40 Ilcnd, Oregon,
am- . -- .' . j ! j
NOTICK VOW 1'UHIilOATION.
U. S. Uud OiTicc, lUkeview, Oregon,
Noveiulier 10th. 19(19.
Notice Is llcrrbv ulvnii llial III.. Nnrlll
eru 1'aclilc Hallway Couiiuiiiy, whose
postoilice address Is St. l'auf, Minnesota,
did on the 301I1 day of Oclolier, 1909, file
III lllla tlfTtrf lla a,nilinlni. . .Inrt
under the provisions of the Act of Con
gress. amiroycd July I, 1H9H yi Slat.
397, 6jo) as extemled by the Acl of Con
gress, approved May 171I1, ioA the
NH8I, Kec. Tp. 31 hf K. II
lUst, NI'.U SWV, 8WJ4 ttWtf, Sec. 31,
Tp, 33, H. R. 11 lUst, and KM HliUi ,
Sec. 18, To, 3 8, R. 11 Kast, V. M.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the lauds described, or lieairliiK l'
object iK-cause ol the mineral character
of, the laud, or for nity other reason, to
the disposal to applicant, should file
their affidavits of protest in this office,
on or liefore the joth day of January, i
ARTHUR ORTON, Register.