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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1910)
STEVENS MAKES STATEMENT
(Continued from pRc t.)
be early next fall, but that he could
not make a definite promise, ns
much of the work yet to be done Is
Rinlt'Ofway men have been at
work lor weeks betwecu Madra
and Bend and it is known that
practically all the necessary lands
have been acquired. Graders have
been nt work south of Crooked
river crossing several mouths and
men have been engaged in blasting
approaches for the bridge spanning
the chasm. This is 10 or 13 miles
south of Madras.
, Bridge Is Remarkable.
The Crooked river bridge, says
Mr. Stevens, will hove only one
other counterpart anywhere, so far
as he knows. There is a steel arch
over a canyon on the Victoria Ny
anra route in Africa that is very
similar. The Canadian Pacific, in
its crossing of Stony creek in the
Selkirk, has a bridge that in Mime
particulars, but not all, is similar
The Stony creek bridge crones
over the water at a height ot about
300 feet, but the ranyon is "V"
shaped, and there is a stwl ap
proach to the arch on each side
The Crooked river arch will spring
at both sides from perpendicular
rock walls and pan the river at p
height of about 380 feet. Ilt will
be one of the highest arch bridges
in the world. This arch will have
to be built out from each side of the
canyon to the meeting poiut as the
canyon is too deep to permit the
use of lale work. The span will
be 320 feet long Oregoutrtn
All persons knowing themselves
to be indebted to me will pleat
call and settle by February 1, igio,
as I am retiring from business
H A. Hiix
We can use more timber
in a syndicate now form
ing. Owners wishing to
sell are requested to call or
write us a description of
their holdings. We will
shortly cruise a number of
tracts that we already have
but must have everything
listed that we will handle
before beginning to cruise.
Will Make You Rich!
Will be. glad to give full
particulars to anyone inter
ested in getting one of
Uncle Sam's big farms
We have it in tracts from 40
acres upwards, $20 to $50 per acre.
On Sale Now
Fine Lots in Lytic Addition to
fiend. Easy terms Quick action
necessary to get these lots. Going
Home Land Co.,
Between Shaniko and fiend,
calling at Madras and Red
$5000 Car. 50 Horse Power
'I AH RIlJ-L' Manaowr
Address Shaniko or Rciiil.
The reason that may be causing:
. . !.! ..nit ,MI I IL..i.tl ..
juu lu wish iu awn trill iiiwvriaw
cause you to seek an early sale.
We have good outside connec
tions that will enable us to han
dle readily almost any good
nrnnncitimi. list vnnr farm nr
town property with us.
Bend Investment Company
Next Door to Postoftlce.
Keep the Rain Out
Use Mikado Rubber Roofing
The Kind that Contains No Tar.
The Best Roofing on the market, and you will not be
annoyed with the stench of tur about vonr home.
,fl also have a full supply of TARRED FELT, Rosier
Sized Sheeting and DEADENING KELT.
N. P. SMITH
TctLO, Jan. 30 Wc are hiving
Mine nice rain these dar ami the mow
it all gone from these part.
A pleasant party was had at Mr anil
Mr t B. Wimer home lat I'riilav
nielli It ho. intended to be a surprise,
but wont had gotten to Mr. and Mrs.
Wimer and spoiled the surprise, but a
pleasant time ru bail anyway.
Mr. anil Mr. Mock apent the after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Winter
Cha. and G. W. Wimer were In Bend
yesterday on business.
P. A. Woolley haa been breaking: some
colt J the last (ew cUya that be purchased
ot Mr. Stsckley last week.
I. E. wimer was haviiiK some dental
work ilone in Bend vestcraar by Dr.
Chat. Wimer was in the Clovertlale
country today on business.
Tbere are some new men in this part
of the country looking for intesttneuta.
J. W. luttcr was tn Laidlaw one day
last week making arrangement to offer
final five-year proof on hit homestead
north of Tumalo.
Fin Seed Rye for Sale.
Also beardless barley, at Thco
M. Post's ranch two miles eatt of
Gii main county road from Laid
Uw to Sisters 45 52
Plkasant Rltx.it, Jan. jt A. I).
Anderson of Tacoma la expected here
soon to have hi 80 acre developed just
north of I'.dwin l.ockjrear'a place.
Not much doing jutt now at Pleasant
Ridge but visiting neighbor and talk
ing of the rood time soon to come when
the railroad get in.
Mr. and Mr. Ralph Sherwood visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Green a
few day ago.
Samuel Snyder I engaged to clear the
Segerson eighty now owned by Mr
Smith. Mr. Snyder is also engaged to
clear other place around this part of
Mr L. J. Green and daughter Myrtle
made a business trip to liend a few day
ago ami vtsiteu at me nome 01 aits,
Ralph Sherwood ha up about seven
ton of ire. Mr. lieiisley has put up
about cigni tons, packeu in juniper
bow and sagebrush. In which way it
will keep all right
If vnu wish to have your ex
press and light fleiKbt come in
along with your letters and dally
papers, have tt come in on the mail
line Tub Coh.nktt Staou &
Staulu Co astf
A. D. Moe
New Suits Made to Order
ALL WOR K G IJ A R A N T E E D
In residence, on Bond street formerly occupied by Mrs. C. D. Drown
Call In and take a look at our line
of Meerschaum and French Briar
Pipes. The best line of Cigars and
Tobaccos In town headquarters
THE CORNER r.ONFECTIONERY
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Tttdge Kills left this' morning for
Two furnished rooms to rent, lit
quire; at Lnm'a store.
Social dunce Friday, night -unm!
music. Everybody invited.
Rapid, clean and satisfying ner
vier is our motto InnhsJv. David
The Whotsocvcrs will give a
valentine and pie social on the
evening oi Feb. it.
Editor Walker of the Huh nud
Postmaster Norwood of Redmond
were fiend visitors last Wednesday.
G. W. Hdecli, who has been at
Ilartliuc, Wash., for several months,
returned to Hend the first of the
Pianos tuned for $4 00 during
February in Haul or vicinity Leave
orders wjth The llullctiu or ad
dress L S. Rickard, fiend, 4750
We plan to keep abreast of the
times and will always give Hind
people a barbershop that is up-to-the-minute.
iNNits & Davidson.
The supper by the Ladles' Li
brary Club was an unusual success
last evening, both in good things
to cat and from the financial stand
point. Heaping platcsful of savory
edibles were served to the hungr.
people, and everyone was more
than satisfied. A large crowd was
in attendance and the receipts to
total about 68.
'ftm Ike .'hhkct Weed Yard
We ate now in position to furnish
good wood and deliver promptly,
SAO Per Cord.
53.50 Per Cord.
Carter & Downing
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OI'PICK OVKK DANK
Office Hours: 10 to u a. m.j 1 tot and
7 to 8 p. ui.
OltND, ! Okkgon
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKNCK IX HANK nUIUIINO,
-v 1IUND, OKKGON
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD,
OI'l'ICK IN JOHNSON 0UII.DINO
fiend, O r e o n,
ALDRIDQE & MOUBS.
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,r.ATdu,ffi!i
llrilrr. TJtaeaaea ftucvettdilly Treated
Without the Uh of Drugs or Suite ry, Xtf
tht Natural Met hoi of Until)-. Chron
ic Iriaratea cclttjr. Consultation I'm
Mcmlxroribf SUIe and National Natnronth
OSL- In Johnson HUIg., Dcnd, Oregon
Vernon A. Forbes
ROOM 4 I1ANK BUII.DINO
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on 01
before the full moon of each
month. Visiting brothers
J. 0. DAVIDSON, Beer U, 0, OCX. M W
F. 0. MIiNOR
LIFE FIRE ACCI DENT
Nptary Public and Conveyancing All
leal Papers Correctly Drawn.
WE HAVE THE BEST
Best Wheat Land
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
PREB AUTOMOIIILI! TRIP
from fiend to the lauds ttd return for nil who locate.
Write for Particulars, to
LIST YOUR CITY PROWY Wll H IS TOR SALE.
Merrill (Sb Wilkinson. Company
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,'
U. B. Laud OBk at Tbf Dalits, Orrion,
January 10, 1910.
Notice Is hereby (Urn that
of Bend, Orrion, who on March 4, loj, made
HonieMead Hntry (aerial No. 054
lor akmkiim wee. j.
NWU hrt. . N UN K IX-C. J6. Twd.
H. 11 Cast Willamette Meridian, hai Sled notice
of Intention to make final Arc-year (woof, to es
tablish claim to the laud above drscribed, before
II. C ItlHa. U11II11I Hlatra CoininUiloiirr at till
office at Bend, Oregou, on the 4tU day of March,
Ctalraont uamts sa wltnrsKii Mlto W. Wll-
son, LevIC WliltUl, Win Held 1(. Orlffln, HA
ward I. Ilroatrhoua, Lolhrop II, McCiuu, John
Sleldl, all of llend, Orrgon,
U an (,'. W MOOKl!, Htjil.lcr.
4. lo, mads
AW No, 14150.
1 Twp. IS It,,
The PINE TREE STORE
just Received a NiceLotof
Dress Pat terns
Twwity-flve different patterns In all
wool chmgabte Panama, Melrose and
changahle Silk. Only one pattern to
e:hjece. Hwrry asvi get your selec
tlon heforc they're mt ff
all plcke-i oat. Only 3eVW
a pattern at
FOUR MORSE LIVERV.
Bend Livery, F&d & Stable Co.
J. II. WENANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOI' WHEAT,
1JRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered, Order by IMione No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light and heavy Horses for Sale.
St James Hotel
J. S. Wakefield, Proprietor
Whenjn Silver Lake, stop at 1 11 as well known house.
Guest can be assured that every attention will ha
paid to make them comfortable. Special attention
to traveler. Good hauic cooking. Terms reasonable
ht Town for
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo always supplied with the bolt that tho town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. I)hni, Okkoon
J'OR VIKBT CLASS
Opposite Anne's JJnrti.
Wall Taper at
N. P. WEIDER
Chea)est and Hest WU 1'irer Saul'
pic In the county, Get
Ilox 39. lleud, OrcKOii.
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