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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1911)
C. M. DAVIS
M. J. MORRISON
FARMS, CITY PROPERTY, ACRE TRACTS,
Business Chances, Timber Bought and Sold. List your property with us. VVe
will sell it if it can be disposed of at a salable price. We can locate you on the best
M. J. Morrison 1ms lived In Bend' for the past
ei&ht years and has made a business of locating
and cruising government lauds in Central Oregon.
- He knows the land and will locate you on the
best to be had. If you are 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. This is a matter of importance to landseeUers.
Homeseekers' Land Company bend.qregqn
in town from Fort Rock today.
They ' die outlook for crops is
fine this year.
BEND AND REDMOND
Basket Ball Contest FrlJay ami Sat.
urdiy Prove Exciting Dance
Well Attended Club Makes
More Than Expenses.
Bend's basketball team broke even
with the Redmond ball toasersinthe
two games played Friday and Sat
The first game went to Redmond
by the score of 2S to b the visitors
easily outplaying the home team
whose game lacked any kind of snap
or team work. Hewitt, Redmond's
center, played the best game of any
man on the floor.
Before the Iteamonu-Hend game
the White and Blue girls teams play
ed an exhibition game, resulting in
a 6 to 6 score.
In Saturday's game the Bend boys
got together with a rush and gave a
tine exhibition of hard, cleanly play
ed basket boll, winning by the score
of 20 to 13. Richardson took the
place of Hoech, for Bend and Sy
pher went in for Hewitt, for Red
mond. Two minutes before time
was up Sypher was injured; as Red
mond had no substitute, and the vis
itors realizing that they stood no
chance to win in the remaining two
minutes, their captain gave Bend
the game without attempting to
The second game was the best yet
seen in Bend. Both contests were
clean and free from rough work,
but seven fouls being called on both
terms Friday and sixteen Saturday.
Shipley and Putnam acted as referee
and umpire in both games. Return
games will probably be played at
Redmond on March 24 and 25.
Saturday night after the game,
a dance was given in the hall. Tick
ets sold to the two games and the
dance totalled $86.20; expenses, in
cluding hotel, transportation, hall
rent, music, printing, etc, totalled
$81.00, leaving a balance of $5.20.
SILVER LAKE JUPPEMNOS.
Silveii Lake, Ore,, March 11.
Bert Wardwell and Lloyd Minor
have gone to Klamath Marsh to help
the Jamison Bros, take their cattle
to the High Desert.
L. N. Homes made desert entry
in 26 S. U E. Friday.
Arthur R. Richards filed a desert
claim in 30 S. 17 E. Friday.
Lee Dillln of Vancouver, Wash.,
made homestead entry in 25-13
Farmer Lister brought in a load
of cabbage today from the Root
Ranch, south of Silver Lake.
Miss Alma Martin, who is in the
employ of Sllvertooth Cash Store,
has been on the sick list, having had
un attack of grip.
Jimmie Lane of the 0. K. Ranch
met with a painful but not serious
accident one day this week, having
been caught between the gate post
and a hay wagon. Dr. Thorn was
called and soon relieved his suffer
ings. Miss Jennie Anderson recently
had the misfortune to sprain her
ankle and is now hobbling around
Red Anderson and Lloyd Allen
were in town today from Poison
Jlay Nosh and L. B. diaries are
J. B. Robinson
moved to town.
and family have
Ira Bradley has rented the Kit
ridge ranch and will take charge the
first of the week.
Nearly all the vacant land in the
Summer Lake Valley has been taken
jp, ten claims in the last two weeks.
Don't forget the big Mask Ball
the 17th of March, to be given in
the I.O.O.F. hall.
Floyd Lane, who has been attend
ing Business College in Portland, re
turned home Friday after complet
ing a very successful course.
, ill at his home, is now convalescent
Mrs. Mulkey and son have rented
the residence formerly occupied b
Mr. and Mrs. Muyfield.
John R. Cook has been ill this
week with heart trouble.
C. W. Allen and Willinm Barm
left Saturday for Salem, to act as
representatives of the water users
of this place.
TumaIjO. Ore.. March 13. Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Woolluy gave another
dance at the Hightowur & Smith
mill. The old mill is becoming not-
Laidlaw. March 13. People from
all parts of the country are arriving
in this section daily. The new-comers
are mostly homeseekers, and
come with a view to buying irrigated
land or taking up homesteads.
Mrs. G. A. W. Russell arrived last
week from Walla Walla and after a
short stry in Laidlaw, expects to re
turn, in company with her daughters
Louse and Alplia.
J. R. Benham, who has been quite
ed for dunces given there.
Ellis II Edgiiigton. Hubert Seng
gin. Will lA?verenz and Mrs. m
1'ulliam were lefore C'oinmiiwionei
I Ellis Friday on land buainwa.
Tumnlo eople nre getting read)
for spring farming and the ground
will noon be in line shape for plow
ing. Nearly all of the farmer hne
ordered land plaster and will uie
' much of it during the spring.
Geo. W. and Chiw. L. Winier wen
I Bend visitors Friday.
' John B. Wimer is expected to to
turn home from Portland in a fi
days, and will remain fur the mini
CALL I "OK BIDS.
Sealed bids wanted for the con
s'.ructioti of four Humes. Plans
ind sHJciflcntlirw at H. C. Ellis's
Hidi must ! in In-fore I P. M
Vrdniwday. March 2l. lull. The
e 'inny nwrvvH the right to i eject
any or all bitln.
North Irrigation (mmuy
L. I). Wihut. iVct.
Said the Corn to the Hunion:
"These FLO HSU EI M
NATURAL SHAl'K Shoes
Are very disajreeahle."
Agreed the llimiou
So they decided to move.
Bend Townsite Co.
Bend Realty Exchange
Byrne Real Estate Exchange
Deschutes Realty Co.
Central Oregon Irrigation
J. A. Eastes
O. C. Henkle
Home 'Land Co.
Homeseekers' Land Co.
M. S. Lattin & Co.
Merrill & Wilkinson
Oregon Investment Co.
E. R. Post
Our Spring Line of FLORSHEIM SHOES Is
now in. Anything; you want in Good 'Shoes.
We also have a Complete Line of Men's and
!-.-- Boy's Tennis Shoes. .
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TAT OV OKKSON,
I, C S. Iludaon, Caabier of the abort named
bauk. do aolcmnly awcar that the above alale
me nt la true la the beat of my knowledge and
belief , c. b. llGlttO.V, Caahier.
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Men's Work Shirts, each
Cotton Flannel Gloves, with knit
wrists---per dozen - - - - 90c
R. M. Smith Clothing
J. B. Montague
Plaiisand Estimates Cheerfully Kuruished.
See me hefore huilditi.
Residence outh of ImscIkiII field Hentl, Oregon
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SuUcrlbed and aworn to before me
We carry anything" you
want in these lines. All
kinds of building mater
ial. The only place to
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Wall Street, Henil, Oregon.
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CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
Choice resilience lom in WieMoiia Addition, niljninini;
Ikntl on tlie north. This is a kindly lirst class rvidcncc
kection and the firm 100 lots will he sold at hnlf price.
We have the laiRMt list of irriRotctl land in Crook
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We can locale you on a 3zo-acre liomcMcad. the lcJt
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uay 01 Marcn. 1911
cKin'tlOLDS, NoUry Public.