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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1913)
TI!W UKNI) UUM.KTm, IJICNI), WHDNKHDAY, AVlUh 2, JOIfl.
UKNI) !ti locnltKl 1G0 miles mod til
or ttiu Uoliinitilii Jllvnr, on tlm bunks
uf til (I DoSClllltoS, at till) tiiriiilniiH of
tlia Kill mid llnrrliiiiin rnllroudt.
Uiioitniplilciill)', it In practically In
tlio vury t'oiitor of OroKon, Hcononi
kully, ltd locution Ik utiHiirpimHdil, for
llunil stands ImihIiIo tlio Krouteat
power proiluuliiK Mtniiiin In tlm North,
went, whuru riillrouilH, wnlor-iowtr
and tlmlior Urst inaut ami mirroumloil
liy tliu KrcittvHt IrrlKittlon miKroKntlon
In Ori'Kon. with coiiiitloua millions of
nurfM of Krnln IhiuIm tributary.
Tlio City llftrif.
Tlio cstliiintori population of Horn!
toilny In 2000. ltd nltllildo In 300U
. , taut, with n cllmiito that Ih practical
w ly Ideal, Wlntur niiil summer, tlio
wcatlior In iiiftKnlllccnt, tlio tuinpora
turo raroly koIiik Iwlnw xoro nnd only
twice, diirltiic the hint tlirwt siiiiimurs,
hultiK hluhur than 100 dvgruvs,
Tlio hlKhont toinpornttiro vvor rn
cordud Im 102 doitrtios. At thin nltl
tudo, In tlio dry cllmnto, actual harm
ful rruoxltiK dot not occur at 32 do
icroos hut at 20 doxrucs.
Uovorniiicnt record show nn nv
ornKo annual uruolpltatlou or 10
Inclii'S, with nn nvoiaito yoarly roo
ord of 320 day with sunshine, That
moan viioiikIi rain for tlio farmer,
lota of lilmi t(y and climatic uiivlruii
inunt that Klvi'M Niituro ovory possl
lilu chaiico to Kt tlio bout results
from man and noil.
llend has four churches, many
benevolent societies, splendid ftrado
school mid a IiIkIi school whou urnd
untcn ii ro admitted to tho Htato I'nt
vnrslly without examination, excel-
lout banks, tlm bust oitilppod ana
stocked stores of any town of twlco
tho alto In Oregon, brickyard, utoiin
quarries, flour mill, lumber mill, n
creamery, cold storaito plant, steam
laundry, nnwapapcr, well appointed
hotel, and, Indeed, ablo representa
tive of every class of enterprise.
In other word, Itund In well
eoiiltinod. modorn and progressive,
with a lot of wldo-awaku men 'who
liuvo Npeiit cood iiionoy developing
tho town, and who aro KuttliiK koou
return on tholr Investments.
llond haN tho bet water In tho
iitnto, and an excellent modurn water
Ilend'N Ntreet and ho'mes aro .well
IlKhted thy electricity, which I fur
nished with a new plant which col
f 60,000 to build and equip.
A local and long dlstanco tele
phone, nn well on toloKraph, I an
other Item In Ilond'a metropolitan
Work I undor way on on $80,000
Thuro aro more beautiful rcsldon
cca In Head, proportionately to tho
' population, than lH-miy other town In
IJverywhero thero aro wull mado
and well kept sidewalks, tho Ntreet
are maintained In tho best condition
and aro lit with powerful arc light,
KlvltiK tlm town tho bent Ntreet Unlit
lim of any In Oreuon. With tho
many bountiful vlow of moiintaliiN
and river and timber, the inaKnlflcent
treen Ncattered Kfliiorously through
out tho reldentlal dlstrlots, and theJ
wonderful ollmate, llend lnvw lit
tle to bo (I il rod by IIiom who seek
tdoal placo In which to llv.
In Ofltober. 1911 tho 1 1 111 and
Ilarrlman railroad interna oon
pleted to llond their Oregon Trunk
und DeNohute linen. Uend I thq,
termlniiN of both theno roads. Tho
handsome depot, erected with na
tive atono, and tho bout vqulppud
warehuuio In tho mat it, Indlento In
what Importance tho railroad com
panion hold llend.
An oxtenntvo dlntrlbutluR business
already I being conducted from
llend, to tho noutheal and nouth
country, and with tho regular oper
ation of automohllo truck linen, tlio
volume of business I vuntly In-
l'rnctloolly all of wentern Harney
county, and northern l.ako und
Klamath get nupplle In by way of
llend. and In return export via iJonu
ennrmouN ollpN of wool, In conneo
. ton with tho latter product and Its
Hhlnmeiit here, tho rullronas navo an
nounced that every Nummer thero I
to bo n regular wool alo at Iienu.
Thl menu that wool nil over Inter
ior Oregon will bo collected hero,
that ImyorH will como horo, that
thousunds of nhcep will bo nhoarod
Jioro, and that. In tho near futuro,
woolen mill will bo established.
In all Htirvoya that havo been mndo
for a branch 1III1 road to tho south
onnt, to command connection with
ufllllated roads and an outlet In that
direction, llend Iibb been made tho
A Caroy act Irrigation segregation
embracing approximately 200,000
acren Ilea to tho enst and north of
llond. Thla land U watered undor
tho nuporvlBlon of tho Btato of Or
gou, nnd bocomcB tho proporty of
eottlora who ncqulro It by reuldonco
and linprovoment, jmylni? from $1B
to HO an aero for wator Borvlco,
with an nnnuul malntuuaucQ chargo
of 20 to 80 conts an aero, tho lowest
malntonanco rato In operation.
Non-irrlgablo acrougo U purchasod
at 2. CO an aero.
Directly adjoining llond aro two
othor irrigation enterprises, both
conducted on a farmers' co-oporatiyo
basis, and both exceodngly prosper
oub, 'On th Irrtsated UndB all th pro
ducts of tho tamporato ton prosper.
Tlio hoII and cllmnto, however, aro
particularly adapted to tho nuccesH
ful production of grasnuN and root
cropH. Alfalfa, clover, grain, pota
toes and other root crops, Including
nugar bbutH, do woll,
Tho yield of butter fat from tho
niHni'H Is exceptionally great, and
thin, combined with tho puro soft
water, lind tho lack of oxconnlvo heat
and cold dentines this territory to
tako the front rank as a dairy
country, Tho establishment of a
aroRinory at Head, and tho aid given
farmers In securing fluo cows by tho
local banks, moans that a man with
forty acres who will ralso grass and
feed It to his town will bo annurod of
a comfortable living.
Work haa been completed upon a
groat new Irrigation canal,, known as
tho North Canal, which wilt Irrlgnto
some fio.000 acres of land, Tho ca
nal gets Its water from tho Deschutes
river Immediately below llend where
tins been constructed a dam at a cost
or about 100,000, The vntlro sys
tem will require approximately 1700,
000 to complete.
Tributary to llend on tho south
east Is a hugo dry farming urea, em
bracing more tbuh 1,000,000 acres or
level and rolling sagebrush land,
with deep noli, no trees nnd rocks,
and with woll wator obtainable at
Much ot this lorrltory has bean
settled by homesteaders during tho
last your, and many ramllle are Ink.
lug advantage of this Innt big chance
to get free government land. Tho
majority of tho acreago Is upon to
liomesteadlug under tho 320-acro
law, which allows tho freo acquisi
tion or that amount In return for
renldeiice and proportional annual
cultivation' and Improvement. Tho
hotuimtead lawa aro using made vas
ter and more attractive, with tho ro
suit that more and more settlers aro
coming to Hand and making homes
on this, land tributary to tho own.
this land tributary to tho town.
Oood roads extend through this
country and auto nnd stage lines
tap It from Hood, to which Its prod
ucts will conio on down grade hauls,
to bo milled with tho Inoxhaustlhlo
water power or tho Deschutes,
Tributary to Head, on down grado
hauls, Is twenty billion foot of tho
llnest yellow plno timber. Ilenldes
providing tho cheap powor for tho
milling of this enormous timber belt,
llond affords tho best of mill pond
facilities. t "
Tho manufacture of this timber
at llend is cortsln. for tho largest ot
Iho companies Interested aro hoavy
property owners In Itcnd lands and
water power developments, and al
ready havo signified their Intention
of locating their big mills hero.
A I present thero aro sovoral
smaller mills, employing In tho
neighborhood ot ISO men. Whllo
these manufacttira lumbar primarily
for local consumption, not only aro
many carloads exported to the towns
north of llend, but nWo many nre
nhlpped to tho middle western mar
kets, which later will bo supplied
liunvlly with tho lleud lumbor pro
There Is at lenst 1(0,000 horse.
power easily obtalnsbl" from tho
Deschutes at and near Head.
Already a 1700 horsojKiwer plant
Is In operation In tho town, which
offers as cheap electric power for
uomcittlc and manufacturing uses as
In obtalnablo in the Northwest. Tho
inexhaustible and chesn power nt
her doors guarantees Demi's oxton
she manufacturing future.
Tho man who comes to llond or
the adjaeent sections of Central Orc
gi n it III be agreeably surprised at tho
plouvant surroundings ho will en
counter, both In what nature has
supplied and In social matters.
For Inatance, a University Club
was organltod In llend with 36 char
ter members. That Indicates the
character of tho men who aro build
ing up Contra! Oregon,
Tho Bportaman will find tho llond
country ti verltablo'paradlso. Fish
ing In tho Dcsclilites Is it famous .at
traction, that river's giant trout
bringing sport lovers from nil prirts
of tlfo Northwest. Door, boar, rab.
bits, sago lions, ducks, geoso, swans
nnd othor gamo afford ample recrea
tion for tho outdoor lover along tho
river and in tho foothills, Canoolng
and boating directly at llond and up
tho broad reaches of tho Deschutes,
coupled with excellent auto roads,
homo back riding possibilities with
out end, nnd near by snow clad
mountain peaks, comblno near Hand
intei est for every nort of nature lover
and heulth seekor.
How to (Jet Here.
I'Vom I'ortland tako either tho
"North Ilank Ilallrond" or tho Oregon-Washington
Itnllroad & Naviga
tion system direct to llond. Tho faro
Is $7.46. Through tickets from all
Kastern polntN aro good directly to
llend. Tho rotito up tho Deschutes
canyon Is tho most strikingly beauti
ful railroad trip in tho Northwest,
and, say lovers of fine scenery, Is in
Itself woll worth the Journey.
Thero are towns having good sum
Thero aro towns having good
There aro towns nt tho right
Thero aro towns having attractions
for tho outdoor enthusiast.
Thero aro towns having building
Thero aro towns having brick
Thero aro towns having Irrigat
Thero aro towns having timber.
Thero aro towns having mills and
Thero aro towns having wator
There aro towns having great
There aro towns which aro termi
nals of two railroads.
Hut whero Is thero a town having
all or these advantagesT
IIBND Is such a town.
And that Is why It will pay you,
no matter whether you are an In
vestor, a homesceker, buslnrss man,
or tourist, to Inveitlicate what llend
and tho adjacent country has to offer
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fatten your hogs with Dlgcsto
Tankage Kpr sale by tho United
Wnrehoiico Company. Adv,
NOT1CK OP HAMJ 01' HKATi KM
TATH HV ADMINIKTHATOH.
In tho County Court of tho fltato of
Oregon for tho County of Crook.
In the matter of tho Kstato of Paul
O, Velstad, Deceased,
Notlco Is hereby given that pursu
ant to nu order heretofore mnde and
entered, tho undersigned will, from
hIjcJ after April 10th, 1913, proceed
to soil at private salo, for cash, In one
parrot, tho following described real
estato belonging to said estate, to-
wit: Tho HW'A of flection (35)
Township (18) South, Itango (12)
Host, W. M., subject to tho approval
of tho Court as provided by law.
Dated this 12th day or March, 1913
As Administrator or the Estato of
I'nul O. Velstad, Deceased. 1-4
NOTICK FOK I'l'liMCATIO.V.
U, 8. Land Offlco at Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, March 7th, 1913,
Notlco Is hereby given that Robert
L. DeCourcy of llend, Oregon, who,
on November 19th, 1908, mndo home
stead entry No. 01711, for EViBWK.
and WHB13U. section 19, township
20 south, range 11 cast, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention
to mako flnol five-year proof, to es
tablish claim to tho land above des
cribed, before H. C. Kills, U. 8. Com
missioner, at his offlco at llend, Ore
gon, on tho 10th day ot April, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Martin J, Main, Luther Metke, John
W. Usher nnd George W. Shrlner, all
or Dend, Oregon.
1-6 C. W. MOOItK, nogistor.
Till: 11KKT HAIlllHIl HIMtVICK.
Tho reputation or Innen & David
son's barber shop has been galnod
by tho best or acrvlco In their lne.
Satisfied customers aro constantly
being added to their list of patrons.
Aro you one of these? If not, It will
bo to your advantago to Join tho
crowd that Is served by this popular
shop, located os Oregon street across
trora Lara s store. Adr.
1.1st' your farm and city property
ullh iiip. ' 1 ulll idahe ah ho n out
effort to.sell IU C. V. WIJA'JS Adv.
DAILY THAIN HCHKDl'LU.
Joint Oregon Trutik-Dvschutes Lino.
Arrival. 8:15 P. M,
Departure C:4G A. M.
Anyono In Uend who wuntx an
employee in any line ot work let
u know and we shall lx clad to
help them gel in touch with
I'ortland people wanting Join In
llend. No chargo will bo mode.
Hcnd Realty & Investment Co.
022 Chamber of Commerce IHdu,
eucutrs tcess sucau I
rul U kIU H UuImm. A trill Will
tnxi yeu our pmuuu cuaiomtr,
UUAHAKTKKU TO VIXAUK.
Write to-day: Mentha thli Paoer.
SEND 10 CENTS
k tt W M HIHIa, MfM' wlUk my lf
Under New Management.
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
BEND'S LEADINO HOTEL
Is now in chnrpc of J. F. Tnffgart
First Class Servico nnd tho Comfort of Guests, is Our Motto.
FKEE AUTO Between Hotel und Depot.
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Our nursery is located on Powell Butte, fourteen miles
east of Bend. Our trees are the kind we recommend
after over thirty years experience in the fruit business
in this neighborhood. Our prices and treatment will
please vou. Catalog free on request. Come and see
our orchards and nursery. Office address, Prineville, Ore.
LAFOLLETTZ NURSER.Y CO.
XOTICIJ OF CO.NTKKT.
Department of tho Interior, United
Htatt-s I.aad Offlce. Tho Dalles, Orc-
Kon, March 14,-1913,
To I'aul Hanan of Dend, Oregon,
You aro hereby notified that Otto
W. Wogner, who Rives c-o C. 8. Hon
son, IJeod, Oregon, oa his post-ofllco
address, did on March 10, 1013, file
In this ofHco his duly corroborated
application to contest and secure the
cancellation of your homeatead,
Kntry No. . Serial No," 05394,
mado Oct. 11, 1909. for W!4 Section
SS, Township 19, S., Itango 14, E.,
Vllamottj Meridian, and as grounds
for his contest ho alleges that said
ontryman never maintained resi
dence upon said tract, has novcr
cultivated or Improved the samo and
has 'wholly abandoned said tract and
said- entry for mora than mm year
You are, therefore, further noti
fied that tho said allegations will bo
taken by thla offlco as. having been
confesiic'd by you, and ypur said entry
will bo canceled thereunder without
your further right to bo heard there
in, cither before this offlce or on ap
peal. If you fall tp fllo In thla office
within twenty days after the
FOfJHTir publication ot this-notlco.
as shown belov, your answer, under
oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to theso allegations or con
test, or ir you fall within that time to
fllo In ths offlco due proof that you
havo served a copy of your answer on
tho said contestant In person or by
registered mall. If this service is
mado by tho delivery of a copy of
your answer on tho said contestant
In person, proof ot such ser
vice must bo either the said contest
ant's written acknowledgment of his
rccolpt of tho copy, showing tho date
of Its receipt, or tho affidavit of tho
porson by whom tho delivery was
mado stating when and whero the
copy was delivered; If mado by regis
tered mall, proof of such sorvlco must
consist of tho affidavit of the person
by whom tho copy was mailed stating
when and tho postofflce to which it
was mailed, and this affidavit must
bo accompanied by tho postmaster's
receipt for tho lotter.
You should statu In your answer
tho namo of tho postomco to which
you desiro further notices to bo sent
C. W. MOORE, Register.
Dato of first publication March 19,
Dato ot second publication March
Dato or third publication April 2,
Dato or fourth publication April
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