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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1916)
THK REND RULLKTIN, IIKNI), ORE., WEDNESDAY, FERRUAKV 0, 11)10.
BUYS IN HARNEY
J .-TAKES HALF INTEREST
IN BIG TRACT
j. J'nckliiK Hiiiiio 1'cojilc .loin In Ouiier
lil f Jlllten Valley Lands
Coining ItiiRmnil Pt- I'ljijimctit
Makes Colonization Possible.
quarters of a mile to five and six
Tlie proposed Straliorn railroad to
Central Oregon will traverse part of
the property nnd with tlie extension
of the line now under construction
westward from Vale, tho lands will
served from tho enst. Tills road lias
new reached Riverside.
In tho deal lecontly concluded, W.
II. Qrnvon represented the Swifts.
Tho niceent state of development;
of the properties is duo to tlio untir
ing efforts of William II an ley and
Henry L. Corhett. Tom Allen, ex
sherlff of Harney county, has had Im
mediate charge of the lands for them.
Including stock on tho sovoral
ranches, tho 140,000 acres In the big
tract are estimated to bo worth close
Tho Swift Interests of Chicago,
well known packing house people,
liavo purchased a hnlf Interest In ap
proximately 110,000 acres of land
located In Harney county, eastern
Oregon, from tho Corhett estato of
Portland, and Wllllnm Hanley.
Tho property was formorly owned
by tho Hlltzen Volley hand company,
for which .Mr. Him ley acted largely In
tho capacity of manager. With the
cntrnnco of thu Swifts, the lands are
token over by tho Eastern Oregon
Cattle Company, the Incorporation of
which was recently announced.
Wllllnm lliuibw -xx III sever all con
nection with the ni'W roirpnnv after
July 1, when he will letlro to handle
his own exteiiHlvo phi tern Oregon
properties, which Include tho Wil
liam Honlcy company o'id the Har
ney Valloy Improvement Company,
proprietors of tho Dmiblo O, Hell A
nnd other ranches.
I'liiiioiis Handles Included.
Tho center of tho vast tract form
erly owned by tho Ulltzen Valley
Lnnd company Is the "I" ranch from
which radiate a dozen or so units
comprising thousands of acres. These
Include thu Sod House ranch, Huona
VIstn ranch, drain Camp ranch. Dia
mond ranch. Ilonny Valley ranch.
Rlddlo ranch. Hock Creek ranch,
Roaring Springs ranch and Homo
Tho now owners of tho lands have
as their ultimate purpose to colonize
to tho extent mado possible by future
It Is proposed to extend Irrigation
canals now on the property and to
droln tho Rwompy and marshy lands,
using tho some canals where possible
for both Irrigation and dralnago pur
poses. With tho big ranches subdivided
Into small tracts It Is believed that
JInrnoy county faces a now agricul
Tract (II) Miles From Hums.
Tho property acquired by tho
Eastern Oregon Cattle Company lies
about (10 miles south of Hums, It
extends 00 miles west from Malheur
Begins Feb. 12
Community .uecthigs to Take
Tlio I 'In re of Farmer's Short
Slant Comse In Ooolc Co.
lly A. E. LOVETT,
add a great
deal to the entire
meal. Keep them
on the table from soup
Your dealer hat them
PACIFIC COAST HISCUIT
Arrangements have been mado for
Farmers' Institute meetings In Crook
county to begin February 12th at
Terrebonne under tho auspices of tho
Terrebonne Improvement Club nnd
ending nt Orango hall, February lUth
undor the auspices of tho Star
urongc. Other meetings will be ns
follows: At Redmond February 1 1th,
with tho Deschutes Valley Potato
Growers' Association nnd tho Worn-
ens Club, at Lower llrldge, February
IB, with tho Lower llrldge Develop
ment League, nt Cloverdalo Febru
ary ICth, with the Cloverdalo Coun
cil, at Ttunalo February 17 with thu
Tumnlo Development Leaguo nt Pow
ell Hutto Fcbrunry 18th with tho
Powell Hutto Improvement Club and
tho Powell Ilutte Ladles Club. Prof.
J. A. Larson, specialist In soils and
crops, and Miss Anna Turloy, special
ist In home economics, both from the
Agricultural College, with the countv
agriculturist, will composo the staff
of speakero for theso meetings. Tnlks
on cultural methods nnd growing of
speclnl crops, also on domestic ocou-
amy nnd labor saving devices for tho
homo will bo given, but tho larger
part of tho tlmo will probably bo
spent In open discussion of topics of
most Intorest to those present.
Each community has chnrgo of tho
meetings to bo hold In Its locality nnd
a Inrgo attendance Is expected In each
case. Meetings will begin nt D:.10
and bo continued throughout tho day.
Thero will bo something good for
both tho farmers and tho farmers'
wives nt these mcotlngs. Take one
day off and attend tho meeting near
All those Interested In tho growing
onu marketing of potatoes will he
benefitted by nttondlng tho meeting
of tho Deschutes Valley Potato Grow-
Sanitary Bakery &
HOPKINS CD. bKACH
QUALITy, mL,ed with
crs' Association ot Redmond on
Monday. A discussion of varieties,
cultural methods, Irrigation, harvest
ing nnd mnrketing this crop will b,j
taken up and a Bpeclal study of pota
to diseases with preventatives and
cures win uo made. Every man
growing POtntoes should ho nrnKnnt
nt theso meetings.
u A r---K-c (Pmr of
ROYAL CLUB, Please"
Thousands have learned to demand this "-"PaHty"
Ccffco-the Coffee which has no cquol at any price.
-Is blended by exports from tho finest coffees
that money can buy. It is "neutral zed" for a
whole year scientifically roasted and packed In
air.Ugh tins. Soy "ROYAL CLUB" to your
1 lb. tin 40
3 lb. tin ?1.10
5 lb. tin $1.75
mil mi iimi , jp
LIBRARY FOR FARMERS
ItH width varying from three-
Baker's Grocery 1
First Class Goods unci Right
Prices. What is not right we
will make right. Our aim
will be to get your Groceries
to you on time.
AUTO FREE DELIVERY.
H. E. BAKER
Wall Street. Near Ohio
(Ily A. E. LOVETT,
Through arrangements with the
Stato Library a good agricultural li
brary was placed In tho olllco of tho
county agriculturist In 191C. A no
tlco of this fact was placed In tho
papers but fow farmors hnvo tnkon
advantngo of it's uso. Any farmer
wishing any book or bulletin on nnv
subject may bo supplied through this
library. Should tho book or subject
desired not bo at present In tlm il.
brary In tho agriculturist's olllco, tho
snmo can bo obtained nnd furnished
to tho person desiring It. Hooks nro
loaned for two weeks. If kept long
er thnn this n lino of 2 cents per day
Is chnrged. Tho lonn of book may
bo ronowed by Bending In request for
extension of time; unless request for
this book has been filed In the olllco
by somo other person nt expiration-of
first two weeks. Hooks can bo mail
ed and will bo sent prepaid hut re
turn postage must bo paid by tho
borrower. Forty threo fnrmers used
this library during tho year 131JL It
is hoped thnt 100 or moro will uso
u in luic.
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Lang & Co.
'Ilic,'ltniil Cluii" limine
See Edwards for good houso paint
A dcsirablo bread knife frco with
every annual subscription to Tho
Mnko fiend tho milling center of
Control Oregon. Uso Dc3chutcs Spray
nnd Truo Illuo Flours. A guarnntco
with every sock. Adv.
Now Keels Entirely Well.
A. II. Francis, Zenith, Kansas,
writes: "I had n ccvoro pain in my
back and could hardly movo. I toolc
nhout two thirds of n CO cent box of
Foley Kidney Pills and now feol en
tirely well." Middle nged nnd older
men and women find theso snfo pills
relievo sleep disturbing nllments. For
salo everywhere. Adv.
Seo Edwards for paper banging.
Oregon Transfer Company
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Goods Our Specialty Light nnd Heavy Freight
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AUTO TRUCK MOVING ANYWHERE
YOUR HAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME
A BREAD KNIFE
1 itir .
This desirable Bread Knife, indispensable in every
home, will be given free to subscribers to The Bend
Bulletin in Crook County. A KNIFE WITH EVERY
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION. This Bread Knife is
exactly as shown in the cut above, but without any
advertising. Flexible blade, curved edge, wooden
handle. Just what you want. Get yours while the
supply lasts. CJTo old subscribers in the county:
Renew for a year and get a knife, JTo everyone in
Crook County: Subscribe for a year and get a knife.
ONLY $1.50 for a Knife and THE BULLETIN for one year
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