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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1910)
iiiT(nii ! I'lfiTitri rrmniMMS.aM&iT'Tini
National Cash Market
Oavles Building, Wall Street
In nltractliiB ninny, Why not your1 It'll n bljj
chance to win a bin prize. Come In nml nee
us about It.
is ripen all the week.
V. W. STAFFORD
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lois.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STRUCT. HUND, OR.
i . CANDY,
M. J. KELLY
FOR GOOD GOODS TO DRINK
Mail your orders to James Keeney
. . Columbia Southern Hotel . .
Cedar Brook, Old Lewis Hunter, Old
Double Stamp in Bond deduced to 93, Per Bottle, $1.75
6 Bdttiee to case in wood, $9.00. Per Gallon $4.50.
Distillers Caution. The only
Brook, W. II. MoHniyer
new label adopted 1000. Each bottle must bear this
permit with our fac simile signature. Julius Ke.ssi.ek.
Direct IJxprcss Service between
Shaniko nnd Ilend.
Two Rips Kach Way every week
Uavlcs Uullillnjr, Wall St.,
authorized bottling of Cedar
"out of bond" is under our
A handsome black Belian-Per'
cheron Ntnllloti, will make the sea
hon at the Anue barn in Ikml.
TERMS: fi3.$o to insure; sea
son,' $8.oo. Payment due when
marc is known to be with foal.
Care will be taken to avoid accl
dents but responsible for none.
RALPH DUNN,, Owner.
ANTON AUNE, Caretaker.
UUCKHOLTZ RANCH DESCRIBED
Lucia II. Iiarrlman, Special Writer
Tor Portland Telegram, After
Visit Hera Mas much
(Jood to Say.
MiiR Lucia 13. Harriinan, who
recently wait a visitor here on a
tour of Central Oregon iiivcfltlRa
Hon, Kas much to say concerning
the Ucnil country In the Portland
Telegram, under the caption "Ucml
Region Is Real Producer." De
scribing n visit to the Iluckholtz
ranch, near Rend, she writes:
A I drove through the ale I caught
afulit uf Mr. Iliicklioltz. Uiidlnu In the
center ol ureal field of ieas, which In
another ilx week Mill he waist liluli
and ready (or picking. lie came lor
ward to greet me and together we
walked through the garden and orcliard
while he told me of lit experiences,
"I came here five years ago," said he,
"from Twin 1'alls, lilaho, which wa too
windy to ault me. I looked thU over
and decided that despite appearances,
which certainly were dltcouraiMtiif. the
country would make vood once it got
utiilrnllici), anu l uotigiit a "loriy." I
began at once to clear ofl.the sagebrush
and juniper and put 30 of the 40 acrei
under water. I planted my orchard,
alfalfa and clover and began to ex
periment with what .could be done in
truck gardening. Lut year 1 cleared
ft no from my vegetables done- At the
present time I have between eight and
nine acres In vegetables peas, brain.
carrots, cabbage, potatoes, celery, aspar
agus, radishes, onions, etc. There is a
ready market in uenn lor ereryuiing 01
this sort that I can raise, and once an
outilde market Is establishril the open
ings for all kinds of truck farming, as
well as larue farming, will be as fine as
can be found anywhere in Ihe country.
'"I have about eight acres In orchard
with my garden truck growing between
the rows. The orchard, which numbers
some Jjo trees, Is an experiment so far
as choice of varieties Is concerned, for It
is not known what will really do best
here, but I have planted Northern Spies,
lien Davis, Newtown Pippins, Wcalthles
and a few other varieties, and will soon
be able to determine what to put in on a
more extensive scale I believe that all
hardy apples will do well here, and as j
for the other fruits I have some fine cur
rants, goosberrlcs, raspberries and my
Hood Klvcr strawberries are as fine as
anything Hood River itself ever pro
duced." And to prove his statement we
picked and ate haudfula ol the lucious,
firm, led-hcartcd berries, which for fla
vor and carrylngquallties areuncqualed.
Ncarbv were 4ouo atronir. vluorous-look-
lug celery plants, which had just thU
week been transferred from the hotbeds.
I'or this celery he will receive from 10 1
to mi cents a bunch. I
'"The soil seems particularly well
fitted for growing celery," said he,
"When ready for market It Is crisp,
sweet and tender, and vastly superior to
that grown in California and other
places. In fact It simply can't be beat
My asparagus, too, Is a huge success.
The first year that I cut it I made fjo
from four bofoot rows."
Ills potatoes, Mr. Iluckholtz expects,
will yield aoo bushels to the acre this
year. In a section of the country where
"spuds" are the staple for the three
daily meals for an army of some 5000
railroad contructors. the -sue and price
of the potato crop Is a matter of consum
ing interest, inc potatoes crown nerc
are of large site, and particularly mealy
and flee from blemish. A Orecly, Colo
rado, man who went over this couutry
recently said that the soil, particularly
that in the vicinity of Powell Duties, was
almost Identical with that of the famous
Colorado potato section, and that with
out doubt this woulddevelop into a great
potato growing district.
Death of Alvln Abridge, Pioneer.
Alvin Aldridce. born in Ken
tucky on August 76th, 1828, died
at the residence of his eldest son,
Judge D. W. Aldrige, near Wilbur,
Wash., on Mav lath. The de-
ccascd.was for 20 years a rcsidcut
of Crook countv, coming Here Irom
California a pioneer In 1879, ana
ivn which' known and resoccted
throughout the length and breadth
of Central Oregon. v
Ttinlocr Posts For Sale. En
quire Hend Townsitc Cd.
THE BEST SAFEGUARD
It for any cause the horse or other
domestic nnluinj exhibits a lack of energy,
proper relish for food, or an appearance
of Ke"rl Jchilitjr, timely action ahould
be taken for the restoration of its health.
In the natural food of our domestic
animals Nature provides certain peculiar
medicinal herbs, leaves, bark and roots
which seem neccawry for their health.
Pacific Stock Food in greatly condensed
form la Intended to supply the essential
virtues of those health-giving natural
remedies and is prepared expressly for
those animals deprived by man ol tlieir
natural food. It is an alterative toulc
which stimulates the various organs of
tlie body, promotes the secretions, tones
up the general system and restores the
disordered conditions to a normal state.
It stimulates the appetite, improves the
digestion and assimilation of food, purifies
the blood nnd insures a good, healthy
condition. Ilooklet free. ,
llOYT CiutMiCAi, Co, Portland, Oregon
Leave your subscriptions for
lit the Library nnd let that
institution get the benefit.
MHRCHANT TAILORING A SPBC1ALTV
uie sJrLcns xJoqqertj
FINK ASSORTMENT OF
SUMMER SHIRTS $g?J$&
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR
The Nettleton Shoe
&5f MEN'S TROUSERS
Wnll Street, - -
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WONANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT. CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Pbone No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. -
The Home Land Company
W. W. OR.CUTT, Manager.
THE JUNCTION CITY.
Situated 50 miles south of Bend, on the Oregon
Trunk Railroad and on the Natron Cut-oil of the
Southern Pacific, Cresent offers Great Investment
Bargains. Special Inducements for Business Men
and Home Makers. Automobile Service from Bend
LOTS ON EASY TERMS
See L. L. FOX, Bend Agent
Central Oregon Investment Co.
L. F. WAKEFIELD, Manager, Crescent, Otvgoa.
The Dalles, Oregon
New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam heat, elevator;
suites eud rooms with baths. First class, cafe.
Rates ranging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Place for All Going Into Central Oregon.'
N. K. CLARK, MatMgtr.
Advtrtkins in The Bulletin fcrmgs results.
- BEND, OREGON
Light and heavy Horses for Sale.
List your Timber Lands
with us quick. We have eas
We can locate you on the
Choicest Homestead Lands in
Central Oregon. Satisfaction
List your Farm Lands with
us. Our list is good now but
we desire to increase it. We
have plenty of buyers coming.
We have call for all kinds
of City Property and Acre
age. Let us know what you
have in this line.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICK l PlMt NATIONAL BANK BtBfl.
Vernon A. Forbes
XOOM 4, FIRST NATIONAL BANK KBO
W. r. MYKRS O. C. YOUNO
MYERS & YOUNQ
La id 1 a w, Oregon
Practice in all Courts and Depart
ment of the Interior.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPPICK OVKR FIRST NATIOKAI, MC,
Office Hours: 10 to 13 a. m.; t to 5 asd
7 to 8 p. m.
Bknd, :- Oregon
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,OTffiE55
Healer. Dlaeasc gueceaefuUy Treat
Without Ihe Cse of Drag or Surgery, by
the Halsral Methods of Heallat;. Cluoa
le Diseaees Specially. Coasattatloei Pre
McraUrofthe cute sad National Naturopath
OSc la Johnson Bid;., Bead, Oregoti
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Ce.
Wall street, Bead, Or.
F. O. MINOR
LIFE EIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
Legal Paper Correctly Draws.
F. H. MAY
GEORQE S. YOUNQ
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER
WITH X.. D. WIXST, C. X.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S, Land OSSee si Lakerkw, Or.
May tt, lain.
Notice U hereby given thai
WBHea O. rordluai.
oT KMiaad, Oreaoa, who, oa July t. (, atod
HoaolcU eairr, no. oa, mr maw, Mb M,
Twp. si 8.. E. ! K. W. JL, su Bled aetlec of
laleatloa to mke Flail CoawlaMaa Trosf,
torMlbllih rialm la lae Uad atwr dejtittxd.
before H. C KBts. U. 8. Coniailtaer. at Bead.
Orraoo, on the tjth dr ol July, wo.
l.nnT. Crtrr. Lersv SI. Bail. WIHUai Kv
rlaehsn, Crure CsldweH. H of HoU4. Oie
joo. ARTHUR W. OKTOH.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
0. 8. Laad Other, Lakrtlew, Dr.
May H, ioio.
Koike U hereby (irea Uiftt
Ralph L. Cotbla,
of RonUad.Orrcoa.wbo.ao May 4. 90. ad
lloaestesd appucstHm no 4011 iswtmi no.
oij). for NWiBWf. wjiNWK, NKMNWJf .
SertKut u. Towahi si B. Banie 10, K WUJaa.
ette Mcrkllsn, ha lUed swttca of iatentlon to
make Plntl CommuUlloo rroof. to ctuMlsti
etslm to the Und kboire described, before X. C.
Kllu, U. B. commuatwaer, at sena. uref oa, oh
tae soth day of June. itio.
Claimant una as wilatasee:
Nettle Bhalli, Mrs, R. C Richie. W. P.Va
demt, W. O. foraaasa. all of RoaUad, Oraaaet,
ll.ij ARTHUR W. ORTON. Ktoter.
Notice to CredtterB,
la the County Court of the State ofOref far
Id the Matter of the Katate of Wlea Otcail,
The undersltaed harlot: beea aaaotoled Vy
the wxintr Court of the State of Orcoa AdaUa.
iauatoi of the UaUte of Kites Orcwtt. deoeaaed.
notice Is hereby (ieea to the eredMars afaaU
eautc and aU person hatu eUbM aaalaat
said deceased lo prracal the vended aa re i
qulted by law within sta awatart after the
brat pttbAcattoa of tola Notts to Ihcuader- '
alcned at tne OBtce c. a, atawa.uuH
rirat Natkmal Bank Bulldlnm-,.)lead, Oreoa.
Dated May Mtl, ro
Administrator of the Katate of Kllea Oreati. De
cerned Notice of FbMt SttlHfrt.
Iu the County Court of the SUte ofOroarar
the County of Crook.
In Ihe Matter of the JUUte of J. Kttawortk
Katate of I. E1U worth Cotenan, Dccwutd.
Notice la hereby gtrce by the uaderalaoed, exec
utrix of the eaute ol I. Kllawoi lhCoUaaaa.de
ceased, to Ihe cteOitors or, and all puaoa hae.
Inc claims aaalnat the said deceased Ion eeu
hem Terlaed aa required, by law wHhia six
months after the fttK pubUcalloa of lata notice
to the said executrix at the oatce ofVcraaaiA.
Forbes In the rtm National Bank KM., Bend,
Oregon. Ihe une teiag the place for Ihe Jrana
actionorthe buslnraa of the aaUt estate ia the
aald city, county sad state.
Dated lile 30th day of May, toio. ..,.
Kxecutrix of the MaUle of J, WUworth Cole
man. Deceaaetl. IS-IO
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
U. S. Urnl Oftce.
The Dalles, Oregon, April 3J. 910.
ikfti l L.r.hv ulvu tUat tike North
em Pacific Railway Cwupwiy, wbo
- ni fa, 11. ..I Utnaanla
Costomce auurcss a ou ai, """(
aa thla aaatl day ot April. I9. filed In
...t G l.a anlkallnJ. Ii alft Undcr-
tb provlsloaa ol the Act ol Coogttss,
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approveu juiy i, ivy j j.. jtj. -
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proved M0y 17, t?o6. H(iPX NX.
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19S., R. UK. W.M.
Any aMl all parsons clalml advarM
ly tb latk dacribjd, or daalflog to ob
ject ax-caa otwliwat cVtaraeHarotthe
land, or for any otUer rso. to the dla
poaai to applicant, aUotitd ml tWlr a
davitaot proteat la thla oa, Mbe.
orejk Sta day of Jus, MM.
8.X3 C. W, MOORK, Rit.