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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1911)
C. Al. DAVIS
M. J. MORRISON
FARMS, CITY PROPERTY, ACRE TRACTS,
Business Chances, Timber Bought and Sold. List your property with us. We
will sell it if it can be disposed of at a salable price. We can locate you on the best
Al. J. Alorrlson has lived in liencl for the past
eight years and has made a business of locating
and cruising government lauds in Central Oregon.
lie knows the laud 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 landseekers.
We have some very choice acreage platted in I 1-2 to 2 1-2 acre lots with streets on alt sides, at $150 an acre. Good
terms. Fruit or residence property. One mile from depot site.
Homeseekers' Land Company bend, oreoon
CLAY IS CLEANED UP
City House Cleaners Kidnap Saw
hills Clay Samples.
Who stole SawhiU's clny?
About the only sad incident of the
houseclcaning campaign yesterday
was the answer to the above ques
tion. It happened this way. Some
samples of clay reposed in boxes on
the sidewalk in front of the Com
mercial Club rooms. These Mana
ger Sawhill planned to send to the
Oregon Agricultural College to
have analyzed. Hut the City Dray,
acting under orders of the the City
Fathers, nil intent upon cleaning
up and carting off everything in
sight, spied said clay. So said City
Dray carted away said clay. Soon
thereafter Sawhill appeared; no clay
in sight. Whereupon the dignified
manager went in mad pursuit of the
kidnapped day. and, aftir some
dovor detective work ami a stren
uous stern chac. located it just as
it was about to be thrown on the
Thr were no fatalities and the
clny te now on it way to Corvalli.
tSCRIP 2S WITHDRAWN
Much School Land in li.istern Oregon
Remains Tr Salf.
U. S. Commissioner Ellis ha lwn
notified by Uw Sutte Land Agent
Uhat the State Land Board ha sus
pended all detections of Indemnity
school lands. This means the tem
porary, if net the permanent with
drawal of Khool scrip from sale.
A circular iued by the state an
nounces that about 500.000 acres of
chool land, chief y in Eastern Ore
gon, is offored at not less than $7.50
an acre. Land hereafter surveyed
will be sold to the highest bidder,
no bid of loss than $7.50 peY acre
being accepted. The land consists
of the lGth and 36th sections in eadi
Unsold frtnte lands remain in four
Central Oregon counties as follows:
Crook '.20,200, Harney 1-15,280,
Klamath 3,220, Lake 94.2-10.
JAM CROOKED t RIVER
Danlclaon, Formerly .In Charge al
Bend. Will Handle Work.
M. I. Danielson, who was in
charge of the construction of the
power dam at Bond last year was in
town Saturday. He says that he is
to superintend- the building of a
dam on Crooked River, construction
upon which is scheduled to com
mence today. ,
According to Sir. Danielson 'the
dam is to develop power for lighting
Metolius, Culver and Prineville, and
to supply power for other purposes
at these towns. It is understood
that G. M. Cornett, D. F. Stewart.
Warren Brown and Mr. Booth, all
of Prinevile, are backing the enter
Property Owners To Contribute For
Oracling and Macadamizing.
A subscription list is being circu
lated to all property owners on Wall
Street for the purpose of getting
the financial cooperation of such
with the city in the work of re
grading Wall Street and building a
substantial macadamized street.
Already some 25 property owners
on Wall Street have agreed to- con
tribute a levy not to exceed one
dollar per front foot to aid in this
work. It Is understood the city
will make a heavy contribution to
the work, bearing the expense in
cooperation with the persons bene-fitted.
On Mtrcti 17 ( alray aleel Ery mire came to
m place acvtu in lef nurttiM-t at Brad. No
lux, lirtud" "1 1'." on left ohoulder. Wclgha
tout y pound!. Addrtte IKOKIK M.
HKlOKboN, Ueud, Oregon. j-8.
Tllli PALM OPUN MiXT Wt&K.
Some time next week Harry Tur-'
pin's nnd C. L. Brnnton's new en
terprise, "The Palm," will open in
its quarters on Wall Street. Messrs. !
Turpin and Branton will sell fruit, I
cigars, candy, ice cream, etc. An '
elaborate fountain is being installed.,
The place has been papered and
painted with much care; among its '
attractive features will be the tasty
electric lighting and palm decor
WILL OPEN NliXT WI2EK.
Thompson & Kennedy's new fur
niture and music store in the John-'
son Building on Wall Street will!
open some time next week, by which
time the bulk of the goods for the
new establishment will have arrived.
Announcement of the opening will i
be made in next week's Bulletin.
MtLLIMl COMPANY UUOANIZHS.
On Saturday occured the llrst
meeting of the stockholders of the
Bend Milling & Warehouse Co.
The Directors riveted are C. I. Bo
zell, Elmer Niswonger. E. A.Sather,
H. C. KEJw and V. A. Forbes. After
their election the Directors elected
the following olhevrs: C. I. Ilozell.
Fres. and Tram., Elmer Niswonger,
Vice Fres., V. A. Foci., Sec.
SUM.MHR SCHOOL AT PKINUVILI.I:
Tlie term of summer sdunit for
teachers will' be hcM at Frinevllle
this summer if a sufficiently Inrge
attendance can Iw assured. It will
commence May 21). continuing until
June 21. the date set for tenrfier's
examinations. Tuitaon wflf be 5.00.
MaRRUOU OP MISS PITZM AURIC!!
On Sundny March IDlh, nt her
homo in Condon. Oregon. Mrw Nan
If you want .something to cat try
on Hond street. Annex to Stephens A; I 'at tie's utlnoti.
It is time to plant Garden Seeds, Klowr
Seeds and Onion Sets. We are again oflec
ing for sale the long tried and dependable
C. C. Mcrse (Sb Co. Seeds.
In our stoek you will find every known va
variety of seeds obtainable. Reduce the cost
of your living by planting seeds that will in
sure you a crop. The best Is always the
cheapest. Poor seeds are dear at any price.
xelL uny I
K I Minhriiiii' ibt
If ytu wlih to improve the appear.
ancof riicr cinncnti and toU the
em'jurrm.Tu.-jt of an ur&ooVed and
ra.Inj Irt "r walit, don't USX to try
V.'u iccommand (hem. at Ihcr can't
tjnmn a!oek4 atcldentallr, ar Hal and
ut. i'l aaJwi.loulwe..rnTtrrilrifPcotr,
-'ant rorl tr cruib a tba laundry,
WE would again
call your atten
tion to the fact that
The Cash Store is
putting in a Larger
stock of Dry Goods,
Notions, etc., than
ever before. Our line
of Spring Goods, now
on the way in, will
excell anything ever
shown in Northern
Lake county, and
Give us a trial and
save yourself money.
The Cash Store
F. W. Silvertooth Silver Lake, Oregon.
Fitzmaurici) was married to IttJK'rt
Keyhrun Uutler of Condon, ex.Cir
cult Judge. Mhw Butler is a hImUt
of Mrs. C. M. ltedfleld, and rei-ently
was a mirat of Mrs. Itedtleld's hi
Bend. Mr. aiul Mrs. Butler will
make their honc in Condon
ST. PATRICK1 DAY 111(1 DANCP.
The ilancu- jrfvm on the evening"
of St. Patrick.' Day nt bluster'
Hall had im largo- nn attendance ax
any ever given in Bend, and was
voted the lineal kind of a mtc--l
cow by all of tint big crowd who at
tended it. Among thoM chielly
rvxnsihly for the alTair muccos
were: Barney and Mlm O'Donncll.
Mr. and Mr. Iuueas, lleorge and
Kd. BrosterhoiiH, Hugh O'Kane.
Jaine Ryan. Miku MtKirath and
CO.MP1.AIMMI OP 111(111 I A.M'.S
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CiHMitv li'XAiii tllliry Hill till i he u. Ii
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luirr liuw iimrli llic x-iiile will ul
vril. Now. if it it nut uiirrawiti1i)r tn
V it. Mill the County Con it jvlraac ay
TKIJUS NOT DAMAUUt).
My two-year-old trees, nsaaned
damage by rabbits. Extra, flint ap
ple trees at '20 cents each,, or $H
per 10). Howard Spitting, Bund. t
Nutlco to Contractor.
healed hid for Hie cottvtnietliii nf (mr rtuinaa
til Til K NUKTII IMKIOATIO.N CtiMIM.t V ale
rriue.ud uu or prior In 4pm, April . hiii,
luwLrr aiwl lualrrlata lurnl.nrl on ilia Krouml
Wurk locummrnrr nut Ulrr than April I) an4
aid tumra l imiirlrl l.y May iC Ctinfit.l
Ctrik (ur Imw iuu.I acrutHMny rath hlii
Italia an. I ttwslhcallnin may ti. an at Hi
blfitrutll V. lillla. Kighl ft.u.ml lu Itlntanj
an4 all l.l-la
Till'. NOHTII IKKIOATION UOMHAMV,
I'd I.. I). Umar. h y
NUkr la hrrchy cln Dial on, Wtitna.lay. tba
jtdilay btMay. Ull.al 10 u'cliiak a ra u uul
day, Ibe uiHJcralgiirtl Hill apply to Uw tuunly
Court lit Crook County. Uirtjun. lor Ikrnaa u MU
rlniiuaand malt ltiuura In uiUllra laaa Hun
cmriatlonoa IjoK 19 of lllock. ol Ij. Vhm, m
aalit county and lu aupport of kaa application 111
prcMul lb fotlowluj tKlllUm
I.a rina.uiiKUKif, Uaaxia 151k, 1911
To the llouorablr Coujily Cuun ol Crook
County. Male of Orcaon
Camlrman Wc Inr uiiaVralinril frtckoloVra
and l(al volca rrabtlu( U Ihr I'rcciiicl ut Irr
laail bcrcby petition Mir hnnoraLl W.y o
tnnt a IkcuarloM W.Haprr loaall Vtuoua and
lalt f.kiuora lu quanliuakaa lhaaojic Kalloo oa
the following prcmltra. lo-wlt XjA. Ko. 19 In
Hock Ho. v in Hit Tumu of lA liiac, Crrok
I, W. H. Uoauc
a W C HotlluihMd
, O W lioiue
4. H llolca
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6. W II. ll(illlunat
7 c 1' HrrlnKn
i (.. V Carmkliatl
J 1. 1'imera
A II lluwanl
J H Carter
1. M lluit
La Mac, Ditgon
a line Orrxan
I W Hhulla
1! ' pitman
W O. Hold ham
H, II Calilwcll
II C. Ilaiiaon
W ), ItcraUy
I , hhiulairer
N K. Hmltli
M. I., Karn
C U llarron
w ur Cole
Koala lid, Oirion
I,a I'lnc, Oirgon
E. R. POST, LOCATOR
I have located the Inrgcst nuinlKT of pnicticul fitrmrn
who luivc taken up II'20-iutc hoiucstcittls. nm pro
parrcl for the rush of .settlers. 1 keep two men in the
I Held land can Itx-nte you on the hc.st luiuls open for
entry. Auto nnd team .service to hinds.
I Iota lino llriuuNc;. Bknu. Omiioon.
J. B. Montague
I'lnn-vand Kstimntcs Cheerfully Kiiruished.
See me iK'fore hiiilcliu.
Krsidrticr vitilh nf Ii.im-Ii.iII lirld ltclid, OffKll
--ero - -eBr- a taiuua- ts
lijl.l I hi. ith dav of ilarcll. IQII
j ' r, W. KAi'HK,
Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery
Billiard and Pool Tables
Ainc- fur Ori-gon I)ail Jouttal ar.d Shikciuintn Kcviph.
WNI KTKKI.T. llnKKS (.ItKKNW(Mll) ANlMHtllioS'
O'NEIL BROTHERS COMPANY, Inc.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
aBflJOIIIII'RS IN WINUS, LIQUORS and CKIAKS
gOI.FI ACKN're for Stonewall and McCoy
Wlilskl, and The Napa Soda Spring Mln
erul Water. Distriliuters for Kiel Briai, Schlitx
and Flainier Brrs. We also carry a larK lino
of ('.Inwware, Bar Towels, I'lnylng L'nnls. lc.
ttsjK-cially mlaptoil to the saloon trado. Ordurs
ly phone or mail will nicuivo prompt nnd
airoful munition. Minima. OniKnii
BILL YOUR GOODS TO
Metolius Warehouse Co.
J. W. BOONB, Maotr.
Wc are prepnred to handle all kinds of
irciRiit ana do a general forwarding
business. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Metoiius Warehouse Co.
VOl T iipS-0,!JG.T0 L00K youi1
IVU S1,1 '".'I'Ht new Easter suit
pictures, and they make ideal mnembroK
sides, you owe it to your family, your Mennd
yourself. Make an appointment: Post Card Photo
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