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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1910)
National Cash Market
Davlea iSiilldlng, Wall Street
RIVERSIDE and LYTLE
MUSI LIVE ON
All kltulB Of
Wc pay the Iiltiest cush prices
for Butter, Egirs, Veal, Pork, .
Beef and Poultry. We'll take
all we can get.
All Week and Sunday. I lc nicker and Fishing
Parties Remember This.
F. W. St afford
I i r ' -- i i I irr I ' ' - I'll11"!' I
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STREET, BEND, OR.
MI !ni I ; Davlcs Utilldlng, Wall St.,
J. IVJQLtfLtfl .UGND. OREGON
Title Nol Acquired by Merely
Paying off Lien
TIA1B LIMIT IS ALSO SET
FOR GOOD GOODS TO DRINK
Mail your orders to James Keeney
. . Columbia Southern Hotel . .
Shflnlko, - - Oregon.
Cedar Brook, Old Lewis Hunter, Old
Double Stamp in Bond Reduced to 93, Per Bottle, $1.75
6 Bottles to case in wood, $9.00. Per Gallon $4.50.
Distillers Caution. The only nutliorix-d bottling of Cedar
IJrook, W. II. Mellniyer "Out of lrond" is under our
new label adopted 1,1)00. JSnch bottle must bear this
permit with our fac sinulp.sigimtttrc. .1ui.iusKicssi.kh.
Direct Kxprc&i Service between
Shanlko and Item.,
Two RIkb Kflch Way every week
A. Minion FufllUd
I Utf CMlKlUMnr C., Mtr., NrtU4. Gra
CaryAct Lands Go only to Actual Set
tlor, Who Muat ShowThclrQual
Mention by Testimony Them
selves and Two Witnesses.
Following h a characteristic let
ler of Inquiry relating to Cury-Aet
land. The information nought is
ho generally In demand tliftt it in
deemed worth while to publish the
letter nmt aunwers:
Skattlr, Wash.. Way it. Editor
lKN JIULLKTIN--III coil ncl Inn with
terms and conditions im which irrigated
land is sold in your district can you ad.
Vise me of the following.
J'irst, when buying of irrigation com
iiir, do you also have to make formal
entry as in the cane of homesteads?
Second, In the jxtmpliltt Isiued by
the Irrigation Coitiniiy they late in
two or three placet that you would not
have to lite on It etc, as with home
steads; jet I am advised that certain Im
provements have to he made and ic.
deuce put up to obtain a title.
Third, can you also tell me what Is
the limit of time allowed to prove up un
der an Irrigation land purchaser 1'ouith,
I bought Mime land ol the Deschutes Ir
rlitslloii Compsliy January, 1907,. that
was three years ago last January, I am
behind with my annual payments but
have an extension from the company.
At tirst I understood there were no
rompulMiry duties to be done on the
laud, but now I understand that there
are. 1 am desirous of knowing within
what number of years it must le done.
A. 1!. It.
1. Strictly speaking, tbc land is
not bought or the irrigation com
panies, nor at all. The U. S. Gov
ernment give it to the state free on
condition that the state provide for
its reclamation. The state con
tracts with the company for reclam
ation and allows the company a
lien against the laud for the cost of
reclamation as fixed in the contract.
Settlers pay off" that lien and then
the state gives lem deeds to thr
land, upon a showing that they arc
3. Originally the state did not
make it clear that residence or cul
tivation would be required, and ad
vertising tbcii issued contained tbc
statement that uo residence was
, necessary. It is true that the res
idence required on Government
bomcftcads is not demanded of
Cary-act settlers, but they must
reside on the land at least 30 dajs,
have a substantial 4-rootn bouse
then and have three-fourths the area
under cultivation, or must reside
there 90 days and have one-eighth
In cultivation. Applicant must be
a resident on tbc land at the time
3. On contracts of the Des
chutes Irrigation & Power Co.
dutetl prior to June 17, 1907, num
bered up to 583, proof must be
made by next November, except in
cases where water is not yet deliv-
ered to the land. However, the
cxlensiou of time docs not apply
automatically, but only upon prop
er snowing to the State Land
Board. On contracts made since
June 17, 1907, proof of settlement
and cultivation is required to be
made within three years nfter re
clamation if, that be subsequent to
the date of contract.
Boosting Sermon by on Old-timer,
DllscitUTHS Mkadows, May 14. To
the IWItor: One of the newer home
steaders n the upper Deschutes has In
vested in a stump-puller. It pulls 'cm
easier than a dentist pulls teeth. All of
us who own 160 am) more acres of land
ought to get busy too, sell oil few acres.
It wc have to, buy a atump-puller and go
to clearing. In. tend of most of the land
going to waste, or being used, only for
grating, it all of it was under cultivation
there would be more settlers, belter
roads, better schools and greater
Some people have a habit of telling
others that It's Impossible to raise this
and that and the other product, when as
n matter of fact noonc had the gump
tion to try. It's upTo you to do a little
experimenting. Once In Pulouse the
old mossbacka said wheat never could be
grown. The people who first planted
apples lu Hood River were called fools.
When the settlers moved in around
1'owclt lliittc they were pitied. Just
remember one thing apples are raised
In Colorado at an altitude of 3000 feet
higher than ours here.
An Old Tinicri l
The Cornett Stage & Stable Co. '
It's the mail Hue, the only direct
stage line from Sbattiko to Silver
Lake, by the way of Pritieville and
Bend, Stopover privileges aud
tickets good uutil used,
Buy a few of these CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
or CORNERS for BUSINESS PROPERTY, $150 to
$400. Size 50x140 feet. They will certainly
double in value within the next twelve months.
We are also exclusive selling
agents for the
All Kinds of
List your PROPERTY with us for quick sales.
Call on or write to
M. E. THOMPSON CO.
Henry Building, 4th & Oak St.,
J. A. EASTES, Resident Agent
W ra limf ff cfrnv Oregon Street, between Wall and Bond.
wc arc nere to stay bend, Oregon
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY
jie yiteis tJoqtjert
THIS is the PLACE to BUY YOUR
We don't carry everything but we do carry a first class
line of Men's and Boys' Shoes, Hats and Caps of all
descriptions. Give us a trial. We are always glad to
show goods. Yours for business,
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICII IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK JtUXJ.
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
SADDLE HORSES. 2
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY-
Also HAY. OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT. CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.'
Hsmh rtnncrht ami snlil. I Is-lit and lieavv Horses for Sale.
The Dalles, Oregon
New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam beat, elevator;
suites pud rooms with baths. First class cafe. . ,
Rates muging from 50c and $ 1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Place for All Going Into Central Oregon.
N. K, CLARK, Manager.
Advertising in The Bulletin brings results.
Test it yourself and prove it.
Vernon A. Forbes
ROOM 4, FIRST NATIONAL BANK WJKJ.,
RKKD, ..-.-. ORKGOK
W. V. MYERS O. C YQONO
MYERS & YOUNQ
Practice in all Courts and Depart
ment of the Interior.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVRR FIRST NATIONAL BK.
Office Hours: to to i j a. m.; I to j and
7 to 8 p. m.
Brkd, :- ' Okhgon
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,.,!?
Hnlrr. blar-) SucmafUliy TmUd
Without the UacarUTHcTiW 8u-(rfy, by
the Natural Urthoi oT llellj. Chion
Ic IHwmw s SpccUII y. Cuo.ultalloa Frc
orthc SUte d4 Nation! Naturopath
Office In Johawn lOWe-, Btnd, Oregon
F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary 1'ublic and Conveyancing All
i-egst fupcrs torrecUT Iirawu.
F. H. MAY
GEORGE S. YOUNG
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER
WITH U D, WIRST, C, K.
StaHtefl Br. N). 2V
The German Cosclt Stallion owned liv
M. M. Tliouns will make three stsniU
for the season of IQICJ as follows Mondav
and Tuesday at .Well Unites, Wednes
day and Thursday at Redmond livery
irn, maw nammay ana ftunusy
Weusnda'a. turn at Dead, Seooort begin
lu April 15th oad esdiiiK July 15th.
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