The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, August 31, 1910, Image 2

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WASHINQTONIANS LIKE LAND
PwRerey Petics Write to Home Paper
Describing Tht Section of Des
chutes VaHey In Most Un
ttwsUstlc Terms.
RED CROSS
DRLJG STORE
skULk
Prescription Druggists
Accuracy
Pure, Fresh Drugs
Carry a Complete Line ot
Rubber Goods
Sundries
Patent Medicines
Cigars
McDonald's Suit Lake
BOX CANDY
The following clipping, from the
Garfield County Standard of Pome
roy, Wash., Is part of n recent let
ter to their home paper from Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Black, Washing
tonians who have settled near Bend
and have become Deschutes Volley
enthusiasts.
We were not favorablr Impressed with
the country at first, but we went to
work, Mr. Williams and myself to build
small cabin, which was completed -as
ooo ai possible, with the tent brought
from borne for a sleeping department.
The spring was very late and clover and
alfalfa looked very backward and when
we enquired if it would ever make hay,
tbe fanners laughed and artswerrtl, "Cer
tainly, When it turns warm and by
aid of the water it will uruw rapidly.''
Which we found to be true. Atniut
July to, began to cut mammoth rct
clover and alfalfa, which will yield 3j
tons to the acre during the season, ami
bow (Aug. 7) arc getting ready to cut a
second crop. Oats are alio ready to cut
for hay, and wilt be a good Yield. Wc
were traveling over the country with
our team a few days ago and pawed a
field of club wheat, about ao acres
which would be a cmlll to Gartield
county. Hay, when we arrived here,
was jUo a ton baled and jo loose.
Only small fields are cleared here and so
much travel, freighting, ami railroad
building consumes more tnan the
coontry produces st present.
The country produces mammoth red
clover, alfalfa, oats, and wheat will grow
beyond all expectation for a new
country. Strawberries will thrive' here
equal to Hood River, also alt kinds of
vegetables. Potatoes will be one of the
chief products, alto sugar beets will
thrive in this samly soil.
The railroad is coming sure as we can
hear the blasts night and dav, and we
iiass by railroad camps coming from
tend to oar claim.
Another one-tune .Pomeroyhe,
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presstons of the D, I. & P. land. dam for both flour mill and electric
O. C. HENKLE
HOMESTEAD
LOCATIONS
Real Estate Exchanges
of all Kinds
and tblt town, as follows:
There is railroad building here to beat
the lund. Thry are grading all along
the line and into the town, 35 miles
south of lie ml toward Klamath Hall.
Old ttarriman's line is at work, too,
building. They are not pushing the
work like Hill. Madras and Redmond
are built up like everything, (lend is a
lively place, I can tell you. The town
is building up as last as tuey can get the
material. The big mill across the river
burned lait April anil titer have just not
a new one started, which has a capacity
of 30,000 feet. It has two planers, two
engines, and a third engine is on the
road here A large electric plant is
going in at liend. Tart of the mschftv
me ground now. 1 lie oik
Results
r Policyholders
he ONLY Consideration ir.
Oregonlifc
The Policyholders' Company .
That's why discriminating
buyers of life insurance give
Oregonlifc preference.
That's why no other life insur
ance company did so large a
business in Oregon in 1 909 as
Orcgonfifc
That's why in 1910 QrCgOnTifC
plant is completed, a flue atructute of
masonry.
We came through Fotneroy to our
place in is days, we had good hick all
the way through, Careiiter's wages
here are I rum f J to $3 per day. All
nine hour work, A new opera house has
Just been linUlied, 70x120 In site, two
stories high with hard maple floors
below.
There has txeti a big change In the
situation here in the last year. Where
sagebrush flourished n year ago, when
we led, there ate uotv fields of uraim
Land that we drove across last year is
fenced now, cleared and has grain grow
ing on it. Ucinpson, east ot lolui Wil
liams' place, started two years ago
This yeur lie Is cutting clover that will
average a $ tons to the acte and has 36
acres, bueh hay sels in slack lit f 13
per tun. MRS. I). 11. YKOMAM
and Hilly,
NEED FOR TWolToADS
Despite Lovctt's Statement Central
Oregon Can Support 1 wo Railroads.
Judge Robert S, Lovctt declared
Ualcrn Oregon capable oCsustniulilg one
railway, If all the Und were cultivated,
and proceeded as ll he Intended to
construct a line (rum Ontario to a
junction with the KUutalh-Natrou
section of the Southern I'aclfic. Yes
terday, John t'. Stevens let iuiormalioii
get out ttiat the Oregon Truck plans to
uutld an extension of about 133 mile
from He nd to near Hums. Mr. Stevens
believes the lUrrluian climate ol Ihe
country's touiiige Ji too low, or rise lis
dues not take seriously the plan to
extend that Ontario biaucli across the
slate. Hut these 11111 railway builders
have been remarkable in accepting only
their own estimate of Oregon's propci
live tonnage. Portland Telegram.
, B1Q COUNTRY HERE.
"How does Central Oregon look?"
asked an inquisitive person of a man
who had spent five weeks down in the
rsdroadlesa area. Ami the individual
was honest lu his quest for Information.
Yet no one would assume to ask a mail
how Ohio looked to him. even if he
should spend a year in thai state.
That's where Oregon fools toe best ol
them, for Ohio could be dropped into
Central Oregon without touching a rail
road or a city of any slxe, and space
enough would be lelt to place hall a doien
of the New Uugland states with their
teeming millions of people. Oregon
journal.
WEATHER WATCHED.
Will Keep Cllmatologlcal Statistics at
Till Point.
For some months the apparatus
ol the U. S. weather liureutt in
liend has stood idle and no clima
toliglcal statistics have been kept
lf O. Minor, who began keeping
the records in the curly spring,
nund it impossible to devote suf
hcicut time to the work In June
J. A, Vye stated that he would
.dke the instruments and keep tin
records. However, Mr. Y'e t'c'
parted, and the apparatus still re
taained idle. In order to keep u
vvcuther report station at Bend and
01 huve the iiiMriiinviits icinoveti,
n Me'W citbci liurcau has threat
ned to do, The bulletin has taken
charge of the work. The instru
ments are now in place in tbe rear
of The Bulletin Building aud daily
records of temperature and prccipi
mlton will be kept E. L Kirk
a ill huve direct charge ol tbe mxt
icr Dctuiled reports will be pub
dslud Irom time to time.
is surpassing month by month
its magnificent record of last
year.
fifCgonTifc , the only life insurance
company exclusively Oregon.
BESTFOR 0REG0N1ANS
Bute Ofice, Ckll Blog., FsU as! Inrasi, Portias'
A. L Mills L Samuel Clarence S. Samuel
U. I. l. (Jetting lUhlblts Together.
During the last week S. J. Spen
cer and the ditch riders of tbe D.
I. & P. Co. have been collecting
umples Irom irrigated lands for ex
uibitiou at the company's olJice.t in
Bend. It is the intention of the
company, says Cashier H E. Al
len, to amass a representative col
lection of exhibits wjiile the season
is ripe for their collection, prepara
tory to the campaign of land-selling
and development which it is ex
pected tbe company will be able to
undertake shortly.
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Prospecting; for Telephone Company.
W. K. Merrill, of the Pacific
Telephone Co. was iu Bend for a
couple of days tbe first of this week,
stopping at Hotel Bend. Mr.
Merrill made a thorough investi
gation of local conditions, asking
many questions and gathering data
ol all kinds. While he had noth
ing to say himself it is generally
believed that the telephone man is
prospecting with a view to the pos
sible extension of the Pacific lines
into Central Oregon.
xTivrtcit i
is Lsmis to Htlttimeut suit
Hunt or West it Is the best, Clevc
ntul's Hnkinii Powder.
jj.-hji-ijj 1- !J-' ill ujr
OP RKSTOIUTION W I'UIIMC
to Htlttimeut stnl Itnlry. ,tiMl-
mtnl of tht Intetlor, (ItiiersI Laml. timet,
Washington, l. C , July is. lalo. Nolle; is little
by given Hist the iiiitrtlc. lands In tht fullimliix
(WsciUwtl sirs, wlilrh wei txcluilrtl Hum tltr
IVMhuirs Niiilonsi I'urest. Onruotl. tiv lirtwlsni.
si lun ul the l-resloeitl ilstetl May , ln, If not
otherwise wlihdiswu, reserved, or aiirtronrlalrtl,
aulhoi uy or we Keereisry 01 1 lie
nil! uy
met lor
b restore! to th itilllc domain on dctolwr it.
loin, ami ieine suuitei iu stiurintm un aim
slttrlh tdslt, but nol to tnliy, MIm- or selet
lion until on ami after Nuvember tl, llo. si Hit
Unlleil Hlsus I.sii.l timet si LaStvltw. iHexon
lit T SIH..K. 1 l.,Htea l,i to, II suit II, In T,
IIH.R l It, Sees, J. ami jait.1 WH of
St Willsnttttt SIcrMUn. Wainlnc Is htrtliy
esmcMly aUeii that no twrwn wilt Ik jminlllrM
toKSlii'ir isttelw any Hunt wltMtvrt llinler I: '1..1:..... .. 1.1. ..mi.i n.,,,1 iiirumi
snyKllttiueutor oecullon begun antr Slav; ,,,,, . a liiwity to iilwt llils nt
.utliSfttlfmriiloroCTiitwIlon Is hereby foiLM f ' f"'; V4,,i,i'i,s. by mini aeoetilisl
Oen iMNMcrilAtM..Aellti Assistant Cum- nulKw In li "si Itlit, alUslnij rlts tsliKI
mlloiitrorthKlenislt.SHiltlltuf Apnrove.1 1 SLStl il tlni llttciilry
Julys.lli I'KAMK I'lltKCIl, I'ltsiAssisiani i : ., w MOOHII, HilKr
N0T1CB KOIl PUIUilUATION.
Dtpsilinilitor lli Intetlor,
It. H. I'auil Ollies si Tht Ksllts, riimnn,
Atisuit ) isio.
Notice Is hlthy iltrn Ihal-
Msry lleCoutey,
whnst tKntnmce sililiess Is lleliil, Crook Cntllity,
iit-ittiu, tlhl, mi Hit iyli lay uf tktntitr. iw III
ii'inittiiiiii
i rw
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In lit
In litis otfke Mwgr
it islli
11 mnle
metit ami
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W8..K llltaslWIIIsiiitlt MslbiUil ami tlir
lltiilierlhrciiiii nmler Ihe iiwrliluusnl llitasl
urjntie J. llfS. ami sct aiiiHiilatorjr. , "
the "Umber ami wont l.sw," st auh viiluess
III lilt IKIISSIlOy BlllSIMHirin "l !!"-
siki.i m siivh ri'iillcalloii. Hit Isml ami limbfl
tlitrttm liat Wsn tsiiiualtJ 1 ami valntil by a
lilleaiil.tlielliiititresllnistnl Itu.ww l.tnil feel
slliwirM anil lltrUnil unthliisi Ihst ssi
auiillcaiit will oltr Itiiat mwl In siiwil nl her
amillrstlun ami svrtnii slattnir nl 011 Iht sulli tlsy
,1 Ktoiirr . luio, liefoit H C I0IU, U. r. Com-
ctisry
HM
SPECIAL SALE
Lap R.obe Dusters,
20 per cent Discount
ONLY A PIJW LI'.FT
Just Recsjived A fine new line of HARNESS and
MICHIGAN BUGGIES. Come in and get the price.
H. J. EGGLESTON
Bend Planing Mill
SAVIiMONHYlry,;railtZ
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Horticultural I'lio Hillcf of Oregon
Miiliiul, Imini t'lllcu, Sulum, Oie.
I.i't me txpliiiti
s It SNMDUK Agtiiii liend, Otc
Palace
Restaurant
Roams for Rent
Confectionery, Fruit
Picnic Supplies, Clgrtrs
J. r. Taggart & Co.
Itslitnates oil
npilollou
Wall l'rter nl
l'ottlsnd l'tlt'es
N. P. WE1DER
PAINTER
i Paperhanger
Clieaiest and llest Wall I'arei 8ain
tiles In the county. Oct
My I'rlcts.
flax 39.
llciul, Oircon.
Ornamental and Interior Mill Work,
Store Fronts and Fixtures,
Sideboards, Cabinets and Furniture,
Door and Window Framing, etc.
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m sA s4eas wr lssa) vsssr wisiiv
Sherritt & Wooiley
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Fresh Fruits
J ORANGES j
J BANANAS, LEMONS
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY US HEREAFTER. V
Fine Candies
I Williams Brothers.
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v.1 1 1 Uiirts
WHMANDLl! UVURYTIIINO
Leave your orders with Nick Hmltli
Wall St, liend
The
Buckley Express
Co.
Direct Exprcsi Service twtwceii
Stiatilko nnd lie ml.
Two Rls Each way every week
Careful Attention. '
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COME-COME
TO THE
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION
U. 0, Laud Office st The Dalles, Ore.,
JulyjS, 1910.
Notice Is hereby flren tfast
of Tumslo, Of ckou, wbo, ou JuW 11, igoj, msdc
Urserl Lua liiury, fnensi no. um, no. 571, lor
NK Nl'.,sud HWKNIIK, ec o, Tp. 168., k.
MUSIOENT
CEN. MANAGER
AMUTANT MANAOJER
E. N. STRONG
CENTRAL AGENT FOR CENTRAL OREGON.
11 K. v M.. has filed notice or IuIcdiIou to
mske I'liisl 1'roof ui estsbllsli claim to the land
ab,e flescribcu, w lore 11. w. Kins, u. B. torn,
wtsslouer, at his ottce, at Heud, Orrgou, oj Ihe
61 h dny orbeptetnUi lyio.
Clsiinsut nsmts all wilutsscs:
Hubert A. ticuifitiu, 1'rcil W. Uvtreni.Oco'je
O. I'ulltstn. CbsrUs W. Thoiiwslte, allo'Tum.
slo, Ore. C W. M()KI,
,j.jj Keituter.
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
Department of Iulilr.
U. 0. Laud OKce, Ukerlew, Or,,
August 9, igio,
Notice Is hereby h1ij tbst
William II. Howard,
of Kosland, Oregon, who on Vtbrusry U,
1009, tnsd llomattead Itniry, No. pioy?, fur
siMt swM.Hce. iy, uetfuwK, ,i- nX Hctii
uoti'e ol iuteulluu to wske I'lnil l'iv. Year
I'.nnf Inr.l.Miih clslui to thr Uud SDUTeOC
scribed, Uforr U. 8, Commissioner, W. M, West,
st ailvcr Lske, Oregon, on the ?iti day of Bep
tcinbcr 1910.
Clsliuaut names aj witnesses;
s 1 ! tf.S Dn....a T rMl4elf
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ucorgc biy, nu u( koihuh, wrc.
Portland Race Meet
Live Stock Show &
Harvest Home Fair
J7
AKT1IUK W. ORTON.
KcgUter,
SEPTEMBER 5th to 10th
THIS will be the greatest Live Stock
Show nnd Fair ever held west of the
Kooky Mountains. Every day will
be great-there will he mo si'kcial phatuiiks.
A good racing card kvehv dav. Wednes
day and Thursday will be grand prize days.
The Hankers' Purse of Ten ThousandffltV
ooo.oo) Dollars for trotting horses. The
Hotel Purse of Five Thousand ($0,ooo,oo)
Dollars,for pacersonly two of the features.
Reduced Rates on All Railroads
Ask Your Local Agent
CONTRACTING
CARPENTERS
AND JOBBERS
Sutherland
(3b Mcintosh
FIRST-CLASS WORK
OUARANTEUD
nSTIAUTBSRJRNISHRD
ON ALU KINDS OP
WORK
Wood Wood
I have nothing but the finest
of dry block wootl. All It
twin yon, in i6-liicli length,
in 4 50 a cord in your yurrf.
Dry Limb Wood $. oo n cord,)
Scc F.M. CARTER
when you want wood.
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DltAI.ltU IN
Harness nnd Saddlery
Trunks anil Valise
Repaired
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