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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1911)
BYRNE REAL ESTATE
Of All Kinds'Bc-r7t, Sold and Exchanged.
WUave a vcrv extensive list of DKSCHUTKS
VAM.KY IRRIGATKD LAN US.
Wc bring the Property Owners nnd the Outside
BYRNE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Hotaling Uldg., Wall St., Bemi, Ore.
We nre prepared for the rush of homesteaders. We keep
two men in Hie field nrnl can locate you on the best
lands open for entry. Auto and team service to lands.
K. XiswoxGitK, I'res.
G. D. M.VKKKt., Sec.
Wall Street, Iknd, OrcRon.
IN THK OM CKNTRAI. OKKGON KWALTY
COMJ'ANV OF IKK.
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
Choice roidence lois in Wiebloria Addition, adjniuinir
Bend on the north. This is a .strictly first class residence
section and the first too lots will be sold at half pney
We have the largtst list of irrigated lam in Crook
county. It you wjut a bargain, call uud see
we can locate )ou on a 330-acrehometead, the best
wheat land in Crook county.
We have some good buys in business aud warehouse
We have a number of choice buys in timber lands.
We represent some of the strongest Fire Insurance
Companies in the West. They have been tried. We al
ways have our losses paid promptly and without a 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.
rjend jjyachine hop
All Kinds of Saw Mill and Farming
We Carry a Large Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next to Opera House
A Full Line of
WEST & NISWONGER
J. I. West
j. .. ,1
C. P. Nlswonger
OFFICE IN BEND
(101) DAK D ESTATE TO
HE SOLD HERE
Kny McKay of Seattle Will Have
Two l.ncal Representatives to
Handle Wit Vrnct of Laud
10,000 Acres Still Remain,
Hereafter the tiodtliml Kstntel
land, orig.innlly consisting of M.lXX) j
acres scattered throughout the1
homestead country southeast of,
Bend, will be sold from Bond ns
well its from Seattle, as heretofore.
Kay McKay of Seattle, who is
handling this big tract, is opening
an otllce here. J. I'. Hough mul II.
D. True, kith from Seattle, nre In
charge. They arrived last Thurs
day. After nuiking ti trip over the
lands they will oiien an olllee in the
Putnam Uuilding on Wall Street,
with the expectation of operating,
from hen; for a year or more.
About 1' er,ra ago R. H. flod-'
dan! of Ir I'row. Wis., purehitikwl
UO.OOO acivs of school Jaml seattercd
in sections throughout southeastern
Crook an I northern Like cruntief.
Ijaat June Mr. viinMiinl died. Since
then lii heirs have been selling elf
the pr pi ri. . Already some 2U,0(.o ,
acres L..c Wn d'st)oted of, leaing
10.0C0 more to be sold, according
to Mr. Hough.
The land lies from Itfi to Go mikw
from Hend, ahil is sold at from $7
to $10 an acre, in tracts of sixe to
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Kir"- JOHN LIXlVIt
UKAI lilt IN
Harness and Saddlery
Truukit and Vnlitcs
(This ntiiltr ntiial not txt ri Inlet with
out aHcltl miiiiiiiIi)ii
The steel hog ttiiugti l one of i tin
iiiilniiit husbandry luiprmcuifiii re
cently put on I he market. l'ot-lilirliij
Itn cost mul euellcitco from a sanitary
lIl'H, It llllS 111 111' It III (OIUIIH'Ild It.
There should In ti set of bolster wng.
n springs mi cery grain mul stm-lt
fiirin. while tltcy nre tin lew iti.m a
tieiesslty mi cory fruit unit truck
nun-It They matte tl easier fur tlie
horses, lid, wagon, die driver mill mU
tlio Jolts fiiiiii tin- cargo,
CARTER IS COAIING
I W IT 1 1 S(lfi
to make the vrt uimvI burn.
Tike n lo.nl mil tr u Drop
me a c.inl in lite I O box ot
v. m. CAinnw ,
The clmp, In wtuttou'r tortton of tlu
country lie may operate, who rimieiuli ,
thil liy Uirlni a hole ti illwHeil fruit
ire.ii Hllil IttM't-iliti: nmne of tlie tl'i"
lie Iiik to xi'll mi a totiif irli"e a lire t-.i.t '
lie efftNteil U mi Hrr.uit smftei' ami
frnittl siiil "li'iiilil lie itriiuiiiietl out of
tlie iti'lr'ttwrttoett Triku no sliH'U In
any of Hilt trllie. i
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Ni. 2 IS
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re em pii ker hii-I iot.nu:. !. h ii ii
tmlilliMtio'i iif hIiIp itrvitlntl.m Hint
Millie a liiitiii'cr i-nip of nili mis n
ported In New York otale. ilnli'imitiN
from apple Kroueis nixijrliii; In nn
nlMi-ure corner of tlie initio ntir re
IHirtiil a prtHpei't of Imt from !.", t
tin per rent of lnt jer'- rmp. lildi
win fur ftiitn tKiiiiHr In eitlivr ipiullty
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rtiJi?4i w Me'Pev
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i-ry WVil in-
eping at S p. m.
le Hall. ixwtMif.
K'iner Niiwonger, (' ('.
M. It. Kmitwm. K. It & S
Rooms for Rent
Panic Mippllcn, Clears
J. F. Tagijarl & Co.
HANGING OF PICTURES.
Haw to Arrsngt Thtm Cfftttlvtly In
Nurttry or Child' Room.
"PleliirM rlmtilil l tuittic kImkU on
the general ie leiel. Hint till rule
lutut . reitiemU-rt'il ami niliiitrtl in
lite i'.' It'Ul of u litM when Ii.iiiIiik
plitun't In n .lilld's ismiiii ir In a iitiri,-
ery," nays l.my Alilnitt Tliroop In
the Woiimn-', lloitie C'litiiptiiitoii. '"I'll"
pictures will twt Im n.iiln'.l ut all If
tlUUK ton Illicit. I'll lures Mtmutil Ik'
rruti(i! aei'iinlliis to I lie uliiiple rule
uf luluiue. Taking n vvulrul vertliul
uxli on a wall, plrturei of eitiiil nlzo
mul cetiernl Hliullurlty uf tmiv ami
color rnlue lll luilutue at iiunl ilU
tances fruni It, or oue large plclurv
will balance two pklurcH of half Its
size ut iijuul illttnticf from the ccn
tcr. If tine tins one fairly large pic
ture to balance with neieral munller
ones the heavy one U to tie nearer tho I
renter, ntnl this will keep the feeling '
of In In tier. If you wntfh clilMreu nn
ti neesaw It will explain this. If a
heavy ty It on oue eml he niorc
nearer ths center, mul sererul smaller
hoys limy bv iieiileil to innke the list
n nee erfect. A large picture Is usual.
ly most I'ffwtlve when plmcd alone In
a Hmie with Its center luliielilltig with
the center of I lie hiwci'. Two largo
pictures, one oil ei h skle of a niniitel
phi'c. for InstMiii e. give a fi-ellng of
retfiilnes-i nrnl illwlt.v liy their per-fi-ct
Imlaure. l'.tiii"i shmilil lie
grotiiHil In NiH.'li a way that they lime
a relation to wn t i.t.irr. are iMilmireil
i ) m ii'tttiT ami in this way are itniue
to tell hh n whole. It is n ll-i'.'iil rule
to reiitemlior that things Uvuim- ills
I'otium teil when they are i!l lilml liy a
S)Nre etreeillllg the wlillh or length of
the nlijeits Iheuselie4. I'nr lii-tniKe.
two pictures ein'li by twl when
hanging one iilnive the other itiiiMt not
lie mote th.in oue foot nimrt hiiiI not
tnoro than (wo feet nmrt when hMo
"I'h'tures nhtnilil he hung from two
ItnoVs. anil there Hliouhl ueier ho a Irl
miglu finmil liy the wire nrnl the top
of tlie picture frame. The construc
tion lltifs of the room nre straight, ntnl
the picture wires xhotllil n lio Ito
straight. It Is better not to hare tho
supixirt of smalt pictures show, an It
miikeri too great u complexity of wires.
Turks or small picture mills may bo
used, ncconlliig to tho nlzo and weight
of tho picture."
While miture hud a very definite oli
, Ject In view when she provMed the 1m
rltte npii'lcs ullli hunts for self de
ttn In a wild stiite. In IhiIIi ilslry
Iwrn and ferd lot they are cotiilHg to
Im viewed ns silperrluoils Hitjtturts.
which serve no gmst punMe. In fuel.
In the ease of lii-ef entile a (nilr of
hnrn Is ttstiilly view vil by btljers as
a drawback to the eiteut of from 10 to
:." cents kt huintreil weight.
M. VV. of A.
e t'auip Nn. H7:M
vf Tueyrfaj" in hall
Morrison, V. P.
In keeping with progress made along
the Hue of handling other crops so ns
to reduce hand work to n minimum,
onion toppers and sorters are now ad
rertlsed for sale which will top nnd
sort from fiOO to S.OOO bushrli of
onions per day. To one who has had
th frdlous Job on his hands of super
intending the work of a doinn boys
and men itm ployed In doing this work
such a mnchlno will bo a wclcnmo relief.
The Imt year book of the depart
ment of agriculture plarm tho totnt
number of dairy rows In the Untied I
Rtntes at LM,7U).UlO and their rlu at
IT02.U.0f), while tho raltio of the
output of these same cows In dairy
products Is placet nt $l.ixx).0X),000 an
nually. Th most Imporintit direct
result of the dairy business Is that In
sections where It I enrrled on Intelll
gently the fertility of the soil s tiisln
tallied mill Ituproveit Inslefid of tielltg
depletisl and wasteil.
IIKNU 1.0 X
.Mcctt on ruurs av on ot
bcfcetic full niooti of each
montuT Virtitltin brothcrh
H. o. iLt.is.aT. o. m aroftiLO. w. m
DAILY Express Srryie lictwvrti
(lend office nt II. I!. Turpln's
There has tieen recently found In tho
wtlds of Wyomlng-ii sii'tlou that has
y I il.!i-d some of the most iini'Ienl forms
of animal life -tlie skeleton of n horse
whli-h seems to hum been but it trlflo
larger than a fox terrier. The spi-cl-men
has four toes and Is considered
the oldest amestor of the horse of to
day eier found In the western hemi
sphere. The skeleton was discovered
by an exploilng party sent out by the
American Museum of Natural Ills.
1 lory, and It Is considered a ruro prize
from the stanilMilut of tlio scleiillilc
Interest which nttuches to It.
A pretty crib cover may be made
from a ynrd each of white nnd pnle
blue or pink flannel. On the colored
flannel embroider a flower mid bow
knot design; on the while, n conven
tional border nnd a large central mono
gram, Hind the two together by
means of wide satin ribbon and put
n txiw or rosette In otn rncr with
the colured side considered hs the
How to ftsmovs Grtsie 8poU.
To remove grease spotrt from wall
paper sprinkle baking soda over blot,
ting pnpcr ami plnco over tho spot and
preHH with a modvriituly warm Iron for
a few in I ii men. Tim blotting paper will
absorb the grease and the puper on tho
wall will be freu from spots. To clean
silk mid woolen clothes of grouse
sotH they may be gently rubbed with
a enke of magnesia. In Id away for kov
oral days mid then shaken out. It will
not hurt to ptcxi the iiiagnoHla In wlli
a hot Iron, ttrst., covering tho fabric
with brown pajicrv '
There Is a sort of terrible Irony to
be found In the fact that some of the
severest losses In both life nud prop
erty In Ilia forest lire which raged
for weeks In several of the western
states ixcurrrd In those states wIiosa
representatives In congress voted to
reduce or at lrmt opiioscd an Increase
In the appropriation which was asked
by the forest service for patrols and
equipment to be used In the provviitlnn
aud extinguishing of foreVt fires, It Is
safe to say that the Idiocy uf this nig-
j gir illy .course Is now apparent to the
most thick pntcd In congress and that
when nn appropriation Is called for In
the future It will Ihj grunted ungrudg
1'or the bunch of feeding steers
which nre biting Mulshed for market
there Is no better combination than
Mtellcd com and alfalfa hay. Where
alfalfa Is not available clover provides
mi excellent substitute. Where tho
latter cannot be hud the protein need
ed will have to be furnished In the
shape of oil or cottonseed nun I, start
lug with a ration of half a imimd a
day mid Increasing to two and a half
potitidii miller full feed. Ilrlght fodder
corn will also be relished. One feeder
whose case camu under our notice re
cently reported oxcelluut results from
feeding his steers several Ions of tur
nips, not for any particular nourish
Hint, but ns n relish which Increased
their ttppetlie for fat and flesh produc
WE HAVE A NICE STOCK OF FLOORING
Rustic Shiplap and
Rough Lumber y
and can furnish any bil
your orders fo
on short notice. Send us
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