The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, February 28, 1912, Image 7

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B Ilvnry Inn no or 'i no iiuiio-
an riiforiw wiu iiruHivan in
(-ntrni OrcKuii nnu tiiu litiml
mntry. If you aru n Homo
i)kr lookliiK fur n now o
itioiii or own property lit
Moctimi, mora ia no naitor
ny to iiocoiiiu naijuainiou
Uli, or k(Mt ponied on, wlmt
IioIiik noun In till part or
Mr worm umn ny romiinjr
nU paper ruKolnrly. Bond
i your milmcrlptlon t one.
o n not to fnlHH nnythtiiK or
lint U RoIiik on In thl h,
xntirpnfiil rolintry ( li I
y "Irciit Inlnnil empire that litis
0 1)0011 OpOIIOll for UOVl'lop-
icnt liy two Hroat rnllrond
l. I
10 S ,
Hlx nocrtit nml frutormil onlom.
I'lour mill.
Thrco nuwnitlt.
Craiimery (IiiiIIiIIiik.)
Ico factory mid cold nlornico pi nut
(loud hotel.
IHoim immioiiRor ntnllon.
HlKKvdt rrulKlit wnrohouio In Con
trnl OroKon.
IlntiiUonin hIoiio liiill(llti (Indiiil
Ink $20,000 hank nnd otllco IiiiIIiIIiik
on which work atnrla March 1.)
Hand In tho drat Joint Hill nnd
llnrrlmnn railway atntlon aoutli of
tho Columbia rlvnr which I loontod
directly on tho Dutclmto rlvar,
Iiiilntlnn, 1200 (etlninlel.)
cflllon, on tlm vUi'cliutM river,
mill' aotilii 'or mo Columbia
rat rcmnlar railway train rvlc
ouratod Nov. 1, 1011.
ornKu annual prcclpltntlmi, 10
nhoil toiupornturo nvur ncordod
ifpt tomporntijro ovor rccortlnd
iricrop hilow wo.
imial moan tampornturo, i i. 8
l.oroKO or 330 daya per nnnuiii
eratlou, 3030 (mil (Kovoriiinout
Imato dry nnd healthful tho
nd U tho tarmlnui of tho Ore
Trunk linn or tho Hill railway
'in and or tho Druoliutc hranch
no llarrlmnn ayatvin. It I tho
IIiiiIIiik point nnd railway station
a Unco number or towns in
k, Lake, Klamath and Harney
illy BtftRO lino from llend to
r l.ka and Intvrmodlatn to win;
oell llutto, and to (.alillaw.
ulo paMoiiKer lino and auto
k irt'luht carrying, Hue to llurni
liitormodlnto points.
ural frco dnllvory aorvoa aottlor
K on Irrlxntcd land cat or
bo following;, nro a fow nuran-
Ilond haa to offer: '
mid itradod and Mali tchool.
ulillc library nnd muoeutti.
Ipclrlc llithta and (tower, day and
Ity water ayatem.
wo Ruud hank.
our church organisations
Irrlxnlrd FarmliiK.
Ilond I In tho iiinlu Cmitrnl Oro
Koii IrrlKntlou holt, tho NurrouiidliiK
lofrltory ImiIiik watered by tho caiiuI
or thu Control Oregon IrrlRntlou Co.
and tho Arnold Irrigation aytlom.
Unimproved laud with wator rlwlit
anil nt price rnnnliiK from lf. to
R0 no iicro; Improved land, from
160 mi nrro up, Tho prlnclpiil
i'iip rnlnod on thl IrrlKittcd laud
nro olovur, alfalfa, oat, wluuit, Kir
don truuk, munll fruit Midi tin rur
rant, rnilMirrl. Kuonulwrrlo. etc..
and nil kind of root crop, chief of
which I (Hilntoo.
Tho country U Ideal for dnlryliiK
and hoR rlliiK, Imth of which In
diutrlo aro yut In tholr Infancy.
Tho yluld of hutlnr fnt from tho
Kramuf on tlicnu IrrlRiitxd laud I
IiIrIi, and pniturntso I posilblu from
U to nlno mouth In tho yonr. A
croatunry will bo In operation hero
thin miniiiiur, pnyliiK Rood price for
Dairy product.
IIor nro auothor paylnR Indiutry,
eHclally o In connection with
dairying. Poultry do well hero hIho
and brliiR n profltnlilo return.
lry 1'nnnlriK.
A InrRo dry farmlni; territory He
tributary to llend, with thoimniiile of
aort of Rood Rovornmont laud whloii
can In) houicNteaded. A mnn can
take 1C0 or 320 acre under tho
homeaicad law nnd alto 1C0 acre
under tho decrt land law, ill
wife may alto tako a dcaorl claim,
and unmarried women can tako both
homeitead nnd drort claim. Patent
to 100-acra homeatnad can bo ole
talned by rontlnuou roaldonro of H
month thereon, nnd tho mnkltiR at
Improvoment. When uch commu
tatlon proof la rnado tho claimant
pay tho Rovernmonl IJ.2& an acre.
Plvo year' residence I rejulrod on
land taken under tho 320-acro en-
not IjoIiik nllowcd, I'lllnc on uor
oriimont land may ho mado hum bo
foro tho United Htiile CoinmUalonor
Tho flllnK fee nro $10 for 100-noro
cliilnm nnd $22 for .120 acre. Tho
uiiinl foil for location on Kovonimont
land I $100, Name or pomonn
iIoIiik n lorntlon IiiirIiichn may bo oil
tnlnod by roforonco to tho ndvortU
Iiik column or thl pupor, Now
Nottlomoiit nro doveloplng rapidly lu
Mllllcnn, Whltnkor nnd Hampton
vnlluy, outhont or Ilond on tho
auto road to llurn. (lovornmoiit
laud I baltiR rnpldly fllod on and
will oon nil bo tnkon,
Vellow Pino TIiiiIkt.
llend I iltuated In tho yellow plno
hett, thoro heliift 20 billion foot of
limber tributary to thl town, It I
ORtlmatod. Tho Deichute river
fumlaho oxcolleut mill alto and
IorkIiir Kjiid. Lumber retail
locally nt from $10 to $C0 a thou-
Itenldent of Ilond nnd tho aur-
rouudliiR country, durinx tholr
lolouro tlmg, find oxcelleut rccroatlon
lu huiilliiR nnd riihltiK. Tho Ho
chute river I wall stocked with
trout, and tho forcul aro tho home
or hear, door, bobcat and many
other wild animals.
iJTTjE"3r;, Wlo.torln, $10.
Northwest Trust & Bnro Dop, Co.
to Oscar Klolborg, u nw 10-20-
in, $000,
Northwest Trust & Hnfo Dop. Co.
to Olnf Jacobs, nw'4 nw'4 1 0-20-1 C.
T. II. Hhovlln to V. P. Iflxon, soli
aoc .1; no'j i; s'i 13; wVt U; o
and o& wV4 aoo 18; o w"4 i9;
noi U; no 14 nnd w'A w'A 27;
no'i.swVi nwV4 and nwV4 w,i 26;
..I. .! . ... t
" 7 !"' w, nn 74 II'JV mill IIW4
29; ii 14 no ' nnd so'4 no' 30; s
ii 'A nnd no 14 awyj and nVi o4 nnd
wij so VI 33-19-12. $1.
Itnclmol McCnrTory ot nl to Ilonja
mlu McCnrTory, It C and 7, hlk ,
McCnfTory' lit add., Hlstor.
.VotlilriK tint (fio Ilest of Workman-
ship fiunrnntecd.
Good all Wool Qunllty Propor
Htylo and Pit n Certainty.
All kind or dry cleaning, pressing,
ropalrlng nnd alterations. Kindly
Rlvo u a cnll nnd got convinced.
I'JtI.'IJ K. DICK, Tnllor.
ArciU tor Hplrelln CorseU.
Ladles or Ilond and vicinity will bo
ploaod to lonrn that tho Hplrolla
Corset Company ha an agent here
now. Anyone desiring to place an
order for thl mado-to-tnoauro corset
should drop a oard to Mrs. U A.
Wlllnrd, llend.
Von Mill find that one ton of
coal trill lrc you moro Iirnt than
three cords of wood. Figure tho
economy. Tho Ororttirf-Dnvls-MII
Icr Co.
Wlijr get up In tho night (o fill tho
store? Itank ll with coal a( night,
and you need not frar that the pipes
will frrew.
larged homostoad act, commutation
Deed Herein !y riled With the
County Clerk nt IVIuetllle.
fl. II. Sander to Kiumutt C. Han-
dor, so seo 36-lfi-lt. $3200.
It. It. I-owls to Clius. M. O'Ncll.
trnct 40x200 ft. lu I.ytlo Acroago.
Ilond. $1.
I.nldlnw Townslto Co. to Peto Hod
inonil, It 3 to H Inc., hlk 70, lildlnw.
Ijjldlaw Townslto Co. to Norn
llothwell, It 2, hlk 38, hnldlnw. $125.
Tho llend Co. to P. W. Neeld, It
I. hlk , Center add., Ilond. $1.
Ilcsalo A. Morrill to (Ico. H. Young.
It 10. hlk 2, M. W. Aero Tract. $1.
Tho Ilond Co. to D. K. Hunter,
truitco. swH swU, 33-17-12 (part
of.) fl.
(1. F. Way to J. A. Way, V4 Int In
vti wH and 4 nwU 29-10-17,
Arthur fl. McDonald to Avery M.
longmlro, wH nwVi, noli no1,, nnd
uwU noU 2C-19-13. $1.
Ii Pino Townslto Co. to Alfred A.
Aya, Ita 35 nnd 30, hlk 28, I.n Pino.
C. 8. Hudson to Joseph Zoll, Ha S
nnd 4, hlk 8, Deschutes. $10.
I.aldtaw Townslto Co. to Mr. 1
K. Itoo, It 9, blk 07, Uldlnw. $100.
Icrt D. Wlest to Veronlcn Mayer,
It C and 8, blk 20. Wlestarln. $10.
W, D. Nowlon to Lovl D. Wleat. It
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In tho Circuit Court for tho County,
of Crook and tho Htato ot Oregon
Ifonry Tnmm, plaintiff, v. Kran-'
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To Frances H. Tamm, tho oIkjvo
nnmod defendant,
lu tho nittno of tho State of Oregon
You urn hereby required to appear
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