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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1909)
What Is Nicer for a
t-i, ' In and look over our list of irrigated land.
We have the largest list in Crook county
and are satisfying investors every day. If
you have" anything to sell, let us sell it for
you. We have 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 wc
can loan yon money to build a house of your
own. The interest Is less than rent and,
when you pay, you are paying for some
thing of your own. Come in and let us ex
plain the proposition to you. You wilt be
- " ' glad you did it. We arc agents for the Har
ney Valley Oil
"WW.!r v- had better investigate this
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Insurance Strongest Companies
' Notary I'ublic JXeatland accurate.
Homestead location Satisfaction guaranteed.
'Loan Agency Best and cheapest.
Timber lands bought and sold Best viciuities.
,f; Stenographic work, all kinds Reasonable rate.
. Call on or write
The Cent. Ore. Realty Co.
. Bend, .. , Oregon
i SBumtnetm (Stlueatlon I an absolute nretaslfy for
a young person who iltslrrs to ttttectrd In bualntss.
positions as soon as graduated and later se
cure promotions at advanced salaries. - A'
written guarantee to place graduates dfjpur
f . . combined course at a stipulated salary from" the start,
f-is given if desired. Write for full particulars and
"- ' free catalogue today. Address:
J3cutel cjitslness Gotlege,
. ,Fr Sale.
Good wheat straw. Inquire of
, "Wm. P. Downing,
39tf tt' Bend, Ore.
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OENERAl. NBWS NOTES.
SCKVKVINO lfQK KutCTKIC I.1NK
J. G. Huston, who is connected
with the Opal City Townsitc Co.,
located just north of Crooked rivet,
has n party of surveyor at work
on the Opnl City Hlcctric I,lne,
which will run between that city
nitd Prineville. County Surveyor
Rice has charge of the party. The
present survey is being run on the
nuth "of Haystack Butte anil
through the Lntuonta country, and
will cross the divide on the routh
side of Gnztly Mountain in the vi
cinity of the mcKcnt county toad
The grades will Ire easy from this
point to Prineville, Madras Pio
Pkinxvillk's Woon Famink.
At the woist time of the year.
Prineville is threatened with a wood
famine, and those who laid in n suf
l Iietent supply earlier arc indeed to
be congratulated on their foresight,
.accidental or otherwise. A num
ber of men are engaged in hauling
wood to the city, but it ecms thev
litre not equal to the occasion, so
I that no one here is heard to com
1 plain of the heat. Review.
St'CCKrS WITH ToMATOlt.H. A
D. Parks, who lives near Laidlaw,
is one of the surcessful farmers in
raising small garden truck, and he
states ne lias raised tomatoes ever
'since he has been here, and has
hnd them ripen. He said of conrcc
' it took some care to ripen them,
I but those who said they could not
l: grown in this soli and climate
were mistaken. Chronicle.
I Must Skcukk Licknsk. The
county court of Lake county has
ruled that it is necessary to secure
a state license before one can legally
engage in the sale of near beer.
The cqunty court asked District
Attorney Venator if near beer did
not come under the state law in re
gard to the sale of malt liquors,
and the district attorney held that
it did. Lake county purveyors of
near beer will have to secure
Cold Wkathkr. Kight below
zero was registered Monday night.
Tbe weather moderated almost im
mediately, however, and a good
sized snowfall resulted. The
streams are up too much for forma
tion of ice and cutting that com
modity will have to wait for better
Shorter Items of Interest.
Mrs. A. D. Hatton, who was in
jured in a runaway down Grizzly
mountain, is recovering nicely.
A new road from Redmond to
' Prineville, not exceeding 18 mites
in length, is now assured, says the
Prof. A. L. Ashby, principal of
the l'rincvillc public schools, has
resigned to take up work with the
Oregon I,ife Insurance Company,
T. J. Brattain died on Friday,
Dec. 3, at his home near Paisley
I Mr. Biattain was one of the very
earnest seiners in iaice county,
having moved there in 1873.
The Laidlaw Chronicle says that
a representative of the O. R &N
Co. has been at Clitic Palls for
some time looking over that power
site, taking measurements, seeking
information as to the ownership of
property in the vicinity of the Falls,
and getting other data. It is
thought tbe O. R & N. Co. may
secure control of the falls, and in-
'stall a power plant for electrifying
the new Deschutes railroad.
FOUR HOUSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDV, Prop.
AI.I( KINDS OP LIGHT AND HIJAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLUY, WIIKAT, CHOP WHEAT,
URAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light and heavy Horses for Sale.
MrV nuil Mrs. R. I,. DcCuitrcy
have been spctulinK n few days "in
town, Mr. DcCourcey has just re
turned from working 011 the new
bridge.at Trail Crossing, the ctew
having been laid off on uccoiint ut
the bad weather, lie reports that
they are building a fine bridge
there, and with the new grade not
to exceed six per cent the ctokstug
will be greatly iutpiuved. Mr and
Mrs. DcCourcy expect to go out to
Madras nud possibly on to Port
land. Tuinnlo Item.
TUMAto, l)c. U. The warm wind
rtinl ruin of tlut nt few iIiiva is nuking
the mow disrtier very lst In then
t'ru. AUuit 3j inches of Unlit inow
fell here from Siuuly till Thurttlsy of
John Howard and unit ami a Mr. John
ton of I lie lower ilctcrt ere in tlili arc
lion yesterday KutlierliiK wine airay
Mr. Spoo took advantage of the mow
fill ami moved the Anilll Ixillrr and
enulne to the new mill kite at OUt, lianl.
iiiK them on tied. ,
Hill KditliiMton and C. I,. Wlmtr
Mere ilolliN tmsIneiM at llvml Iftsl I'rlday.
JtM Knot ia vUlthiti at home now,
having returned from Madrna where lie
lu hcen workitiK on the railroad
We are Ud to hear that Mim Kinina
Spoo Is reexiveriittf nicely from nn t
lark of the fever and it now able to alt
Wr arc glad to hear that Mr. Jack
Wlmer'a tirother. Kruesl Umnhlett. of
(teudate. Or., who hat been dangerously
ill with a rate of ptomaine oliHiiillig, fa
rapidly recovering at 1'orlUiul, where
he was taken to a hospital, from Grants
Will Make You Rich!
Our locator has had six years
experience here and knows the
country thoroughly. He shows
you the land and all the corners
and assists in every way to start
you right. Call or write for lull
We have it in tracts from 40
acres upwards, $30 to JV50 per acre.
Sttimpage $1 50 per M and" up
wards. Also saw mill sites.
Will double and quadruple
value, Invest now.
Home Land Company,
Sitmu5oo Cokiw op Wood,
The local luud otlicc olllclnls have a
somewhat tuiusunl sale on hand
Just now. It Is that of 500 cords ol
wood which were seireu uy n site1
clal goveiniucnt inspector tecetttl)
us hlivlng been unlawiully cut fron
governuient land on Jack An
mountain. Hums News.
Hand us your subscription.
Mr,. H. MouMon,Pro.
heat of meaU tvrved at alt hours
u( the day,
Hoard and Lodging
$25 a Month.
Coffee and Doughnuts 10c,
Clean, comfortable tiedi,
25c n night.
We run a llukery In connection
with the rratautaut and carry
everything in the hakury Hue.
$4.50 CcrCord, Delivered.
$3.50 Kr Cord, Delivered.
Between Shaniko and Bend,
calling at Madras and Red
mond. $9000 Car. 50 florae Power
A. D. BUCK, Manager
Addreas Shaniko or Ilend,
lH4tlmrnl if lhr Intrilor,
Unlltrl HUlnLarwIorrlc, The ImIIh, Of, (on,
NortmUr r, lv.
A ufflrirnlroriU'.tafTMjvU haling (writ Dloilii
IhUutlKt lf Il.y IU llivwH.ronlr.Ual. anltut
huinraltta rnliy, No. luiv, mad Urrrmlitr I,
ivn( lur itn "'H acciiun i). iuwn.nii 17 n ,
i.nmll J',. Will.Mic le llrrMUn, lr I'.mlly
lalmaoii ilwil, nuUlc, In wliknltlof
icjrn mi uia cairvwoiaaii mm n of about
Atirlt ?. irjvr, that ahr never ra4abluli.il i
lct u)oo, oiltlfatnl ot lm.lunl mII rart
Knur 10 nrr ncain, uiai ni( nrr drain her
rlrt hav wholly lallnl In rraUf uiioii, raltl.
valr pr liniif vvr aakl Itactor raua Hit aamtlo
lr dont that If there arc au htlia ofaaM entry-
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llriH abaiiuanrntnt wat uut ilua (a rnililny
iiwni in we army, nary or ruanuc corpaof ih
Unilnl Mlalra In tlni. of war HaM arllra art
hcrrhy noliflnt lu amx.r imimiuI. anrf i,n.
rrdlrnrc louchluc aiM allryallun al la o'clock
4. m un January 0. una, iiofc II C I'.lll., a
U. H. Cunimlulnnrr. al hi. lifftt In luml. tHwrnu.
and that onat hiatlug will U held al la o'tiiKk
a. in. 011 January 11. iaio. Ufoic the rril.trr
and rrrrl.er al Ihc Unlleil Malra liud OlfTcf lu
Thr rialtre. Orriron.
davll. Bled NnvcuiUr 15, l;
I, In a proper affl
iw. a foilh (ana
acrvlcrol Ihla nutlrrrau nut I madr. Ilia hn
which mow inai anrr nur iniliriiM im
Iy orderrd ami illredrtl Dial audi nolle Ik
given liydueaiid upi iiuMlrallou,
ill-lj CW MIKIKH, KegUler.
NOTICK VOli I'lMlilOATJON
,. V, H. Mud Office l ljiklew, Orrgon,
DrCTMIlMir 4H1, ryj.
NOTICK U hercly slvtn IJiai
Andrew I), Anderson,
if Kotland, OrrK)li. wlui, on Dec. jMIi, 1007,
niadr llimicatead Alipllrallnn No. loJ. Hrrlai
No. ODI.M, for Ih. W ft NW , NK U VwU See
II, HW U W M Sec J. TwjXil S-, K.U., T,
W M.. ha nled nullce of liilrmion to make
final Hlvr Year
claiiii lo the laud abnva
holdler'a l-roof. lo ralaklUh
Utbil, Ufoie II. c.
I'JIla, M H. CoiuiuU.tnnrr at Ilend, Oregon, ou
r mm' FAKMER JONES.
You'd l happy too If you t
J IpiiikIiI your ?
I Leather Goods (
) OK C
JOHN LEOAT .
KrtrAixiNO and Nitw Work: )
Cluliuaiil tMtiira aa wflnrawai Halnli I'aller
aoii orilrnd, Oiegon, Harry Kvrrliiihant.fliover
Caklwcll and OeorR liuiii of HoaUnd. Orrgou
Ujjij AUT1IUK W. OKTON, Kfgl.tcr,
IIAUKY HILL, Proprietor
1'1't.L 1.1 JlK 01'
Beef, Pork, Veal and
All my meats are slnrrd lu a
Uikv Ire Imx jual luitallcd ami
are alwaya in the lrt of condition,
1 wllclt your patrnuaie.
Two doors toutn ut P.O. Ilend
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physlcinn and SurKeoii
OI'HICIt UVKK HANK
Offlce Hour, in to 11 a, in, itujand
7 to 8 p. in.
Diinu, ; Oukoom
im 1 mill 1 cr-Jizj.-...-. jrcr. e T7 3T"
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OrriCK IN IMNK HUll.tUNO,
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I. L. SCOPIKLD,
Ol'flCIt IN JOHNSON mni.niNO
11 c 11 d , Oregon.
Pr. A. A. BUKRIS,rBTrtuaT,li
irralrt. IHr.r M.KTMr)allp TlMtfl
WilkiMil (he V of l(tii lit rnnr.
lh Milulil MHSul. ut llrallai. Chliw
lc IMrn a MtUII)t. CMi.alullwa I'lt
McmUf oflb Ml aat Ntlluail N.lMiolh
Offer la Jnlinvm I1UI4., Wnl, Otrt
IllvNI) LODGI? No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thunday on or
before the full moon of each
mouth. VUlting brothcra
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I N S U R A N C li
Notary I'uhlie and Convcyjmciiic All
l.ej;al I'acra Correctly Drawn. ,
Irrlcated La ml Tor Sale,
l'orty acres fine irrigated alfalfa
land for sale, and rcliiujiiiiliincut
on i6o-acrc homciteod adjoining.
I'or ))articulars address V, care
The lltillctiu. 3o-tf.
Notice la herein; given Ilia Him under.
aignni ny an outer or the County Court
of Crook County, Oregiiu, hat Ixen a pi
tmlntcil ndmlultlratrix of the cttatu of
l'niiuy C, Iloyer, denawd
All peraouihavluu clalma aalrut audi
eitate are required to preactit tliciii
within alx mouth from the date of tlila
notice, with the pmwr vnuchcra, to Ilia
underalKued, cither hy mall or pertou,
at Ilend, Orrnon. Dnled thla 341I1 day
of No.etiilier, A. D. loo";.
I.UKI.LA S OKIl'l'IN, AdmiiiUlratrlx
fiek mx No, 14, 37-10 Ilend, Orct(on.
NOTICK FOIt PUIIIjIUATIOnT
V. 8. Und Office, Lakevlew, Orryon,
Novcmlicr loth, 1909.
Notice It lierchy uiveii that the Norlh.
em raclflc Railway Coiulmny, whuia
jxiatollicoaddreaalaUt. Paul, MltiucMila,
did 011 Ihe aoth day of Octohrr, 19119, flla
In thla office ita application to aclcet
under the provliloim of the Act of Con.
ureaa. approved July I, 1N0H (to Wat.
597, "Jo) a extended hy ihe Act of Con-
fe'm; Jiff,'0? M,y J7lli. l'o. Hi
NK .SI'Vi .Sec. 7 Tp. j 8. It. II
Kaal, NKJ4 iJU'V, HWJf'sW, See. ai,
Tp. 31, h. K, 11 lUat, nnd lUi Ki'
See. H, To. i S. R. j I K.t, f.h. '
Any ami all rwrwuia claimlug ndverae,
ly the himU deacrllied, or li'lrliia lo
ulijcct iM-rmiM; of the mineral character
of the land, or for any other reuaon, to
he dUpoM to appflcunt. ihould (llu
Ihelralflduv taof nroir.i In Mil. .,m
on or liefore the loth day of January!
ARTHUR W. ORTON. r,.l.ir.
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