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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1911)
C. M. DAVIS
M. J. MORRISON
FARMS, CITY PROPERTY, ACRE TRACT
Business Chances, Timber Bought and Sold. List your property with us. We
will sell it if it can be disposed of at a saelable price. We can locate you on the best
Al. J. Morrison has lived in Bend for the past
eight 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 landseekers.
We have some very choice acreage platted in 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 acre lots with streets on all sides, at $150 an acre. Good
terms. Fruit or residence property. One mile from depot site.
Homeseekers' Land Company BEND
UNITED STATES BEST.
For Second Time W. J. McOillvray
Is an American Citizen.
W. J. McGillvrny. who lives soven
miles southeast of town, attended
court in Princville Inst week and
secured his final naturalization
papers. This was not his first ex-
perienee of this kind, for some years
ago he moved from South Dakota
to Alberta, Canada, and in order to
take up a homestead there swore
allegiance to the British King. On
returning to this country it was
necessary for him to become natur
alized in order to be an American
citizen again. He is now as patriotic
a subject as Uncle Sam has, for in
referring to his citizenship papers
"I would not give them in ex
change for all the homesteads in
SUR.VEY OF RIVER
Possibilities of Deschutes Will Be
The enormous water-power possi
bilities of the Deschutes River is soon
to be made the subject of n social
investigation anil report by State and
Federal oflicials. Tills will give the
public, and esiecinlly interested
capital, definite information which
is necessary for intelligent invest
ment in works for the development
of water resources. It will also
harmonize the apparently conflicting
use of streams for water-power nnd
About sixty new strenm-gauging
stations will be established in the
state, and it is very likely that one
will Ihj at Bend.
VA L I DATES ENTRIES
Congress Passes Law Relating
An act relating to homestead en
tries allowed in conflict with lands
withdrawn for forestry purposes
was passed by Congress on .March
3. It reads as follows:
That all homestead entries which have
been cancelled or relinquished, or arc in-1
solely Ixrciute ol me erroneous
allowance o( Midi entries after the with
draws! of lands for national forests pur
poses, uuy ha reinstated or allow ril to
remain intact, hut 111 the ruse of nitric
heretofore cancelled application for re
instatement uitisl I tiled in the proper
IochI land ollioe prior to Julv I. 191 J.
That in all eases where contests wrrr
initiated under the provisions of the act
of May 14, iSSj, prior to the withdrawal
of the land for national forest purposes,
the qualified successful contestants mnv
exercise their preference richt to cuter
the laud within six mouths after the
passage of this act
Tumalo. May 8. Mrs. Jane
Hasselberg is confined to her room
George W. Wimer. Irn Winter. L.
II. Hoot and Frank Swisher went to
Princville last Monday on business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Wimer were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Sponger
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wimer yester
day. E. H. Edglngton was hauling hay
to Auno'8 stable at Bend last week.
Miss ChliH! Wooley has returned
from Bend where she has been
staying for some time.
George Campbell will take up his
residence on his ltiO-ncre homestead
near Tumalo soon.
Much hay is being hauled from
the Star Ranch to Bond lately.
Notice to Water Consumers.
The Uhe of water for lawns is
strictly prohibited except between
the hours of f a. in. and f p. m.
Tiik Bkni) Watkii Limit & I'owkk
Foil Sai.K Homestead relinquish
ment, 320 acres, in I Well Buttes
district; UOO acres tillable, soil A-l,
'25 ncres in cultivation, some in crop.
Good 4-room house and furniture,
team of horses 8 and I) years old,
weight 1100; new wagon, S'-inch
tire, harness, mowing machine and
other farm machinery. (100 rods
of barlK'd wire, chickens. Price
$1000. J. RYAN, Oregon St. Utf
Notice to Civil Hnglnccrs.
Neike l hfrrtir rlnn thst lh Cnmmun
Council of the Cltyuf Html will irrrlir Mis
lium rlr.t niilnrris .tatlng ihr f r hwir of
iiv for HhKhthcv will ila thr mtftntrflti.
wwrV ff throlr All bt.1. mml I Hlmlirl
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U rrjrct any siw all bfcl.
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K'ontliniril fltnii pn(i I I
The Bums Commercial Club will
build the stretch In uorthei u l-ake
county. There will be a big dele
gation from Burns at Bend's rail
road day celebration. Among other
entertainments for that occasion it
is proM)sed that baseball teams from
the commercial clubs of the two
Practically nil the Burns mer
chants were oitive in their asser
tion that just as soon a the railroad
reaches Bend they will route all
their orders this way. It is planned
to rush through a trial car load
shipment at the outset, to be
handled from here by auto trucks,
thus illustrating the time-wiving
KKihilitlort nf the new mute.
At 2 n. m. yesterday morning the
part)' started uMin the return trip,
the first car arriving at l:'M) p. m.
The autos used on the trip aie
nulled by The Weimntly .ieiy Co .
V ('. foe. J N. Hunter. W. II
Stunt. Ijip) Vr F.lklns and Uenkli-X-
Fori I. The two Weiiiimly dial
ineis-Dettolt ems made something
of a recon I by covering the entire
trip without a single repair U-iia,;
The Krsonnel of the party uhi
C. S. 1 1 ud sau
Dr. V. C. Cos
J. N. Miinlrr
If. A. Salher
A. M. Lara
It. W. IMcliarilssw
II. J. Omluif
O. M. PatteiMit
S. J Seiim
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I.. II. Ilaird
Dr. II. I'errelt
V. II. Su.t,
It. M. Lara
15. I. Putnam
II. C. Kills
K, S. Lapp
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J It. Sawhlll II j. KVf.-.,
A O. Iluuier K. M. Smith
Jim Van T)le Hugh u Kane
M. I. NatuiltiK
We are offering one hundred lots at a reduction of
25 per cent from list prices. Make your selection
early. List prices range from $100 up. Size of lots
50xM0 feet. The biggest bargains to be had in Bend
20 Per Cent Cash and $10 Per Month
An adequate .water system will be installed and in operation in these Additions within 30 days from the time the railroad is completed
to this place. A large water wheel and piping Js ordered and one arid one-half miles of ditches for water mains are already dug. A
20,000-gallon water tank is under construction. Along the railroad, which passes through this property, are natural locations for
manufacturing plants. Let me take you over this property and quote you prices. You will find just what you are looking for.
J. A. E A S T E S, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
BUSINESS PROPERTY. 32G-ACRE HOMESTEADS.
WE HAVE TWO AUTOS IN OUR SERVICE AND A CIVIL ENGINEER IN THE FIELD TO LOCATE YOU ON THE CHOICEST PUBI IC
LANDS. OUR FEES ARE AS REASONABLE AS ANY RELIABLE LOCATOR'S.
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