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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1910)
The population of tiic world in ever increasing. This
means' no increasing demand for the product of the
land. "The safest and best investment on omit Is the
, earth Itself." And this applies with special force nml
' truthfulness to rich, virgin soil that can yet lw bought
nt'reatonaWe figntcs. Here, then, is ) our opportunity.
Will you sicze it?
We can locate you on a
320Acre HOMESTEAD of
Choice Wheat Land.
rOVER TWENTY-TWO YEARS IN THE LOCATING UUSINESS
We can' sell vou DRY FARMS, IRRIGATKl),
MEADOW and TIMHIiR LANDS at prices that
,will make you independent.
DESCHUTES REALTY COMPANY
SANTIAAl ROUTE IS NOW OPHN
rirnt Traveler Crossed the Range
lUislly Lost Week.
Sisthrs, Ok, May 16- The
Santium mute across the Cascades
is now open hilly two weeks
earlier than usual. Charles Wiley
walked over from Sweet Home Inst
Wednesday uud Thursday and
llert N)c rode a luro across Sat
nrday. John Schulte walked In
Sunday. Tltey re)ort only about
six inches of snow in the trail a
the summit. Vehicles cannot cros
yet, however, because the road has
leep snow in one track while the
uni has melted the other side jieur
ly to the ground.
About a down of the settlers de
riving water Irotn Squaw creek
lave joined lorces to leslst the con
test brought by the Sqituw Creek
irrigation Co. und employed Port
land counsel to defend them
The story ol this controversy
printed in The Utillettn last week i
highly pleasing to the pcuplc ol
ELECTRIC RAILWAY IS COMINQ
WILL BE CARRIED 4N STOCK BY US HEREAFTER.
THE CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDOE & HOBBS.
Lease ob iso acres of land a4
miles northwest of Laidlaw. Sixty
acres la cultivation, ao acres in
awadow, 30 in winter grain. Water
taxes paid for this year. Also horse,
wagon and harness. Enquire for
the Carran place.
G. Hamilton, Laidlaw.
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have it come in on the mail
line. Tub Cor.vktt Staok&
Stablk Co. 35tf
Hand us your subscription. I
Right-of-way lurchier N. In Vl
clnlty of Cascadla.
John Schulte, who formerly ran
the hotel at Redmond, walked over
the Santium route from the Willnni
ette, arriving In Sisters Sunday.
He reported that agents of the elec
tric railway projected acros the
mountains (mm Albany were pur
chasing right ot-wuy along the
route and were wcrking at Cas
cadia when he passed that point
The understanding is that they
will continue into the Dcschtitc
country and that construction
torces will follow soon.
Many Powell Uutte Ranches SoM.
It is reported that the following
ranches in the Powell Butte dis
trict have been sold, at the figures
below quoted. The name of the
purchaser, or purchasers, has upt
ben made public.
Tom McDanlctt ftooo 160 acre
Frank Kelley. .....fjyjo tul 191a
,,...cru 160 "
Mr. Ilm Turner....... JVx 160 "
Will lUMwiii 5-Iujo 160 "
Ony Ser JLjooo 160 "
Ucod Man Write Prom Canada.
The following is au extract from
a letter received by The Bulletin
from Felix Linster, now a resident
ol Cassclville, Alberta.
Your weekly paper is to me, like a
tetter from home, only mure so as It it
the ouly news I get (ram your district.
I am very rU1 to read that you are gel
tint: railroad couimuniraiion shortly, for
I know a little alxiut the pleasure of a
loo-mile tage trip.
More Census Taklnjc Now.
E. A Smith, the census enumer
atof for Bend, has been granted an
extension of time for the comple
tion of his .work. He will be in
the postofficc from Q a. in. to 7 p.
m. tomorrow, (Thursday), where
ull who have not been enumerated
may find him.
Pleasant UIUg. .
Mav 16, Misa Kiiiiiis Knnehinotlo
catcd nicely on her ranch near the Web
Mr, ltd. lllnUlu arrived fmin Hh
kntic lo join In-r IuuImihI on hid ranch
north-Meat of ihe Cllnlwiioil place.
We lirnr tliiit the (liulliijtham ranch
weal of Ales Chaie'a la wild, Nearly all
vacant land aiound' thla part uf the
country now I taken. Several tlnntsntitl
acres Imv been bought within the last
Mi's. t J Oreen hat becn'tni the tick
list hut under the care of l)r, lloth is
We were very awry to hear of tin
death ol I'ausy Wood, daughter u( out
old neighbor Clint and 1'uuiiy WocxU,
who went to flora Vlitn, New Mexico, o
short time ago. The family surely hnvi
our heartfelt sympathy. Their tluughtei
and Miii'iu-law.Mr. and M. Hail llenlon
expect soon to go to New Mexico.
Mav lb. The grata la urowlng llki
umslmmm ami there will Ik au utmsu.
ally fine nop ol Mild hay till year,
thanks to the ample rains,
A. I). l.cVd has been fencing ami
Kumora say that Jack McCormlck ol
Laidlaw has bought Hie Dan K. Kmltl
ranch anil will rttabllth hi resident
Iheteou in the unr future.
W. J, Wain hit a scry neat fence In
eloolug hi Und on the rait side of tin
J. K. Sawlilll't new slump-puller Is a
success and he will undoubtedly clear 1
large tract of land with It this summer.
C. II. Allen ha a prune tree which Is
just loaded with blowouts this sprint,'.
Not such a bad )focct for fiultraliiug"
Get your tyewriicr ribbons auc
carbon paper at the Bulletin office.
J. II, WUNANDY
P. I.. BUNTUN
Central Oregon Automobile Company
WliNANDY-BUNTEN AUTOMOBILE CO.
between Slmnlko, Madras, Redmond nml Bend find all
1 ' Interior points, For further Information write
Central Oregon Automobile Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO KXl'KKSS AND BAOOAOE
FULL LINE OF
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Glass, Huilders'
Hardware, KooHiik. Everything '
need for your new House or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
BKND LODCH No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on 01
before the full moon of Cad
month. 'Visiting; brother)
J. D. DAVIDSON. B.r
U, O. 00(. M. VV
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
May 15-Aug. 15
Special Low Rates for
We will conduct n Summer School m usual during the
month of June, July and August. The following Social low
rates will be iu force from May 15 to Atigmt 1 5:
3 month Shorthand or Commercial Course M f 15 00
6 month Shorthand or Commercial Course fjo 00
3 mouths Combined Course..... MM...Mm.m &jo 00
6 monthi Combined Course I.............. . J65 00
13 monthi Combined Course M ............ $ 00
On account of the reduction in coit of tuition, the above
prices are strictly caih In advance. Kates by the month quoted
. DuriiiK the past year we have had more applications for both
yount; men and young lady graduates than wc could supply.
Voting men especially arc in conMant demand. Hundreds
come here from HaMcm schools and take position which might
as well be secured by young men educated iu Taconu.
Send for catalog and full patticulars. Address:
xjieutel iJjusiness L,olL
TURPIN & WHITSETT
Corner of C nml 9II1 rr
Snappy all wool, up-to-the-minute Suits
$12 to $25
Our Ready AHdeClothes for Men have arrived. Come look them over
HATS GALORE -Straws, Wools, Fells and,
Panamas new shipment arrived a few days ago.
$1.25 to $10
Remember our Men's College Line of Shoes,.from
$2J0 to $5
Just Rrrived-A full line of Men's Union Suits,
also two-pieee Underwear, all styles and weights.
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Rememlicr that we have a full line of Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, from
50cts to $5
A new line of LADIES' HOSE just
arrived opera boot lengthin all col
ors, per pair
TO THE EAST
DURINQ IWO FROM ALL POINTS ON
The Oregon Railroad & Navigatioi Company
Chicago f 73.50
T7MRPI N So WHITSETT
Davles Building;, Wall Street, BEND, OR.
St Paul via Council Illufft 63.90
MinneaX)tis direct, , , 6a 00
Mlnneaio1ls, via Council Hlufls..,.. ....... 63.90
Duluth direct &n.LcW6ioo
nuiiitii. vin Council iiiufft.. -JF iarits
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Tickets will Ijc on sale May and and gtlg VkHicOsncU ', 17th and 24th, J
Ten days provided for the jo1ng ttrVStSjAve
within limits in either illrcctioniV KiJ ren(ilimlt
three mouths from dale of !c.)tiiijWiiiFtliaii
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