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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1911)
C. M. Idavis
A. J. MORRISON
Farms, City Property,
Acre Tracts, Irrigated Lands,
Business Chances, Timber Bought and Sold.
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- Iw Al. J. Morrison has lived in Bend for the past eight years and has made a business of locating
- ;' : and cruising government lands In Central Oregon. He knows the land and can locate you on
The Best 320Acre Homesteads
In the country. If you arc going to take government land find out who your locator Is, and
whether he has lived in the country long enough to know the lands; also, if he is reliable, as it
is of great interest to you whether or not you get located on the right land. Read the subject
matter of our new leaflet In this issue of The Bend Bulletin. Copies mailed to you on request.
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Homeseekers' Land Co.
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon.
STATE MEDICO INVES
While Preset Pollution la Too Slight
To Be Dangerous, Precedent Bad
To Bo Slopped No Moro
Sewage la Crooked River.
Dr. Calvin S: White, Secretary of
the State Board of Health, came in
from Portland with Dr. U. C. Coe
Friday. The purpose of his visit
was to familiarize himself with Cen
tral Oregon conditions, especially in
reference to the pollution of the
Deschutes River from drainage and
This matter has been brought to
his attention particularly through
complaints he has received from
Laidlaw and local people, he says,
Also, the recent passage of the bill
prohibiting any pollution of the Des
chutes brings this matter to a head.
We have investigated pretty
thoroughly," said Dr. White, Sat
urday. "It appears that the present
pollution of the river from Bend
drainage is extremely slight; in fact,
so little as hardly to be worth con?
sidering, and of practically no dan
ger. However, with the rapid in
crease in the size of the town and
the population of the country de
pendent upon the Deschutes for
water supply, it is imperative that
even the present slight pollution be
stopped. This the new law compels,
checking a bad precedent for future
violators, more than anything else."
The only present trouble it is
understood, is caused by overflow
from inadequate septic tanks used
by dwellings in block 3, facing the
After calling attention to the
unique position of the Deschutes, aa
furnishing the sole water supply for
I such a vast territory, Dr. White ad-
n .. . . . ... .
Uno thing that surprised me
was to find that Bend is the only
Central Oregon town actually on the
Deschutes. Somehow, from adver
tising literature I had gained the
impression that the towns north
were on the banks of the river."
Saturday night Dm. White and
Coe attended a meeting and ban
quet of the Crook County Medical
Association at Princville. All the
licensed physicians in the county
were present, excepting Drs. Fer-
rell, of Bend and Hosch, of Red
mond. Dr. White took up with the
county scat medicos the necessity of
caring for Prineville's sewage other
wise than putting it in Crooked
River, which is now contrary to
and, the state must enforce,
city does not. It's a matter
For Sale and Want Ads
Foil Sale Team of horses.wagon
and harness. Will sell separately.
W. E. Scott, at Bend Lumber Co's.
When you want a good haircut or
shave try Innes & Davidson's modern
and well equipped barber shop.
120 acres, 100 acres under ditch,
4 miles from Bend. Price $200,
terms. J. Ryan, Agent. Gl
The Patterson Drug Co. fills all
mall orders promptly the same day
as received. 52
Completely furnished four room
cottage for rent. Seo George A.
Jones. tf j
Patterson's White Pine Tar wjll '
cure the most troublesome cough, i
M. J. Morrison can locate you on !
320 acre homesteads. tf I
For Rent Two rooms opposite
postofl1.ee: running water, electric
lights. See First National Bank. BOtf
For Sale. Barred Rock eggs for
hatching, $1.00 per setting. Mrs.
E. W. Richardson. 51-tf
Free Lota of dry planer shavings
to bed your horses with, at the Bend
Lumber Co.'s mill. 43tf
New Victor Records at Patterson's
Drugstore this week. Don't fall
to hear them. 52
For Sale Two lots in Deschutes
Addition, block 17, $300 each. J.
Ryan, Agent. 51
List your property with the Home
seeker's Land Co., Wall Street,
Bend, Ore. tf
Wanted Loggers with tonms.and
man to clear land, cut wood. Ed.
Halvorson. 44 tf
Will buy all fat cattle, calvos and
hogs ready for market at highost
market prices. Grovo II. Caldwell,
Bend, Oregon. tf
Commencing in the issue
of March 13th The Bend
Bulletin will publish Hex
Bench's great Alaskan
Don't miss the first in
stallment of this fascinat
ing serial. You will want
to read every word of it.
j Leave your subscriptions for
at the Library and let that
institution get the benefit.
House Bill No. 143, providing
for funds for the establishment
of an experimental agricultural
station in Eastern Oregon has
been passed. This section needs
that station and needs it badly.
Let everyone write to his repre
sentative asking for it.
A DuiIum Director of each City.
Town null MlUma la Ottton and
Waabiaclon, iiiui ueacripiivo
hkclch of card place-. Iteration,
MUippinr racuiiMa una a mini
fled Directory of cadi lfualncaa
U. L. TOUT, CO, Im.
Department of the Interior,
United btalc UikI Olflcc.
lakcvlcw, Orrcun, Jan. II, 1911.
eiifficlcnt conletl affdavlt having been Alert
In till, oflipt by Nina If. Tripled. eunlceUnl.
(hilt MemrMml Unify No oti'4, made Nor
j ivn. for .-. nKwK.jfC 11: X
netf, kc ll.lnwn.lilv 11 n .range K , MIIam
ttlr M'iMlan. by II I. VanMeler Contealee, In
which it It illcicd thai eald VanMctcrhaew holly
abandoned till. Uml. hae failed to comply wild
thelawaetorceldcncc ami cultivation, thai lie
ha never rcelded upon mM trad, aald parllra
are hereby notified to appear, t reponii, awl offer
evidence touching aald allegation at la o'clock
, a m miliar is. 1911. ueiore .omiiiiiuui n
C Klllt. Iiend, U'eaon. laud thai nnai rieauiik
1 will be heM al 10 o'clock a. m on Mar i ioji.
I lielore) the Metiler and Urcelver at Die Uuittd
ki.i f n.4 riffir In t-aLrvlew. Oregon.
The aald coiileatant having, luauroper afTS
davit, filed fan. II. 1911. act forth farta which
ahow that after due Ulllz'iKc peraanal aerticcuf
1 thla notice can not I niaile. ll la mreuy onierew
and directed that aurb nolle be given due awl
i proper publication.
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KrgiiUr mcclln nielli, Hvcry
Monday. VUllltiK JJfcthtcn cl
IJ. T. Hutu, V. A, Forbc.
N. G. Scc'y.
E. R. POST
All kinds of land location and appraisement
work H20 acre homesteads along
the railroad surveys.
HOTAMNG BUILDING, DND, OrKOON.
K. Niswonouk, Pre.
G. D. MAHKitt., Sec.
Wall Street, llend, Oregon.
IN T1IK 01.1) CIINTUAI. OKUCON UUALTV
J. B. Montague
Plans and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
See me before building.
Residence south of baseball field Bend, Oregpn
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
Choice residence lois in WicMorla Addition, adjnlnlnc
Bend on the north. This is a strictly first class residence
section utid the first too lots will be sold at half price,
Wc have the largest list of irrlsutcd lond in Crook
county. If you wuut a bsrKaiii, call and sec ui.
We can locate you on a 32o.acre homestead, the best
wheat land in Crook county.
Wc have some Kood buys in business utid warehouse
We have a number of choice buys in timber lands.
We represent some of the strongest Plre Insurance
Companies In the West. They have been tried. We al
ways have our losses paid promptly and without u question.
Notary and stenographic work accurately and neatly
done, and receive prompt attention at any time. All in
quiries receive prompt attention. Call on or write
Oregon Investment Co. i