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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1910)
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THE BEND BULLETIN
(iHTtiUblr In d.)
WBDNKSDAY, MAY 95, toto.'
A PLDASURABLU DUTY.
The announcement that Bend Is
to be the junction point of the
,trar-stte line with the main Des
chutes Hilt road, next to Inst year's
tWiuRS that the ltaphe Uuildcr
"would invade Central Oregon, is
perhaps the most important and
welcome news that ever hs come
to this section of the Deschutes
Its significance scarcely can be
. overestimated. It insures to Hend
a position of preeminence. Here
will be located the mills whose
products will be shipped hence to
the watting markets of the middle
southwest, into which Deschutes
lumber will enter on a better foot
ing than does that of the Minne
sota section. Midway between the
Columbia and California, at the
meeting point of the north-and
south and the east-and-west tines,
endowed with water power whose
volume equals if not excel that
tributary o Spokane, nt the key
point to the greatest body of timber
left mall the west, surrounded b
rapidly developing irrigated land,
and bucked by a vast territory
whose grain products alone will
support a city, stands Bend. From
a past whose dfecouraRement were
withstood only by patient uopeiui
nes. Bend has emerged into a
wonderfully prosperous p'oent,
and will oasa on to a still more
A happy, promising time is upon
us. A time, however, when there
can be ad resting upon the oars of
progress, no passive waiting for
aa imagined inevitable success.
Above all be it remembered that a
towns citizens as much, if not more
tfaaa its resources and location, can
make it or mar it. Let each and
every member of the community
work for Bend as he has never
before worked. To Insure to Bend
the fall measure of its deserved de
vtlopaient, to mould it, without
fait or faltering, into a great city
let this be the self-imposed duty of
every Send citizen.
Ik fore proceeding to tils station
and entering upon his judicial un
dies, however, he served as assist
ant to Attorney Vcrtrccs in the Hal
lender detente betore the CoiigrcH
slonnl nctigntlni committee. Of
course tltl is no evidence ol Ad
ministration activity in behalf of
Ualllnger. But the cuckoo press
would have seen plenty o blood on
the moon if such an exhibition had
been made on the other side of the
Graduation exercises, an eclipsed
full moon in the Hutt and the comet
streaming spectaculurly alhwatt
the western , sky furnished n rare
combination of stellar attractions in
Rend Monday evening. All were
"The ruwrrof Concentration" Vl
edtciUtii. ,,,..., Untitle KelUy
Hum Honors.,, .............. Mm Kclil
Violin Solii.,..,,..,...,,.Hol)rt liuiei
AccotiiivitiUt. Marlon tawrcuce
III Old SYcetlicMt"...,CIM
MIwIkUi WoruiUfT I).lly Hall
Beltf Main Sarah WornnUIT
Klna Sltultu , !.ilta WoriiitatT
CUurie KelUy Hntry SiiIiiIiik
Lloyd Kelley Clyde McOlllvray
CU l'lowr fink Cnnmtlon.
Claw Color Old Quid mid Silver.
Mono "We llavi Croued the Hay:
The Ocean Me llftorc Ua."
I'OK Salk 45 head of pood
range horses, also a fine Pcrclieron
stallion at a bargain. Cadv &
GitKKiNO, Lnidlaw, Or.
MYSTERY SHROUDS (1AMH.
Result of Sunday Impromptu Con
test Deep'MIJ Jen Secret,
The Huiwry Uncliclorn played
ball with a Ilend team, more or less
icgulnr, last Sabbath afternoon.
Umloubtably one side won, Prom
clrcumttaiitlnl evidence it U bus-
pected that the autlUcitedlct were
not the views. The score, liow
ever, Is unknown, for nltlioutrli
thoroughly questioned by "throngs
of eager reporters" the underfed
participants in the affulr reluie to
divulge the number of tallys by
which they were defeated.
Bend has been made headquar
ters for Oregou Trunk construction
work. What may we now expect!
to near from the rnilroail-stx-mlles
When you arc down in the
mouth remember Jonah he came
out all right.
CONFIDENCE BEGETS CONFIDENCE.
It is Be trite saying that confi
dence Is required to build a city.
The citizen woo shoulders aside the
weak-kneed donbters, the pale pes
atmfets, and the obstinate knockers,
wbo erects buildings, creates bus
iness aad forges ahead, is both on
the sare high road to success and
a. real eabl'e benefactor. He is
working rigatfally to make a city.
There are many such in Bend.
Cemversely, he who holds back
aad b afraid to build, who is timid
aboat launching forth "ahead of
the times," aad prefers to "wait
until the railroad gets here," him-
- self exhibiting no real confidence
ia k4s chosen town, can expect but
little confidence ia return. Faint
heart ae'er woh success. There
are a few such ia Bend.
Inevitably farsighted men de
cern what is in store for Bend
They see not so much today as to-
" morrow. They are investiag, they
are building, they are laying tbe
foundations of bin enterprise.
, They have faith i Send and dare
' show it. They will win, and band
The BuHclin has absolute confi
,desce ia Bend Bend the city of
' many thousands. Pro thereof is
the building Tbe Bulletin proprie-
. tars are erecting. It is far larger
' than is required by The, Bulletin's
plact today. In a manner it is a
very croncretc expression of con
JMcc in Bend. Tbe Bulletin
hSjfes that it will beget confidence
Ih ethers a confidence well mer
ited by conditions and that it may
mark the starting point of a new
and unprecedented era of Bend de
Oa Sunday the, veterans of tbe
Civil war ib tteqa ana in everyj
quarter of the Union do homage to
thtt dy which so fittingly has been
dedicated t exercises memorial 'to
the ida aad tbe men of the great
MrttEgle for aatioaal preservation.
Th nation which was "conceived
fa liberty aad dedicated to tbe pro
, position that all men are created
equal" has' act aside this Memorial
ay hi which to do honor to the
brave mm, Jiving aad dead, wbo
Jkught in aur greatest war, each
for his home ami the briefs which
h eettceivsd as just, nit is al to
gether fitting and proper that it
ahouMdo this. And, assuredly it
is for s who have our only knowl
edeeof the-war from: the words of
it Midi, ,te hoaor tljera for what
they, and ike who, have gene be
fere them, did aad gave "that the
jiati might live."
Carl Rck was appointed Ualted
Statf District Judge for Montana.
Third araduatfog Class of Henil lub
He School tluUs Exercise.
Tomorrow evening nt 8 o'clock,
iu Lura's Hall, the third gradual
Ing class of the Beud Public School
holds its commencement exercises.
Owing to the considerable expense
incurred in arranging the exercises
it is announced that an admission
charge of 10 cents will be made.
Below Is given the class roll and
the evening's program:
Invocation....... Rtv Mitchell
Prei-iiUttoii of Cl Mi Van DeVerl
Greetings" Sarah WorniUff
Cl HUtory ami Prophecy.
"The American Flg" Uoyd Kelley
"Cour.Ke" Ilcuic Main
Instrumental ( MU William.
"CMtnney Corner Grilut-".. ....
............... Kltirbeth Worti-lff
"Bill Smith" Rlna Shull
CUPoem Dolly IUII
ere M oetwtrd sJjns of (be eH
eeee is secret by aryriaos of tfae
Jnrff ferns sapelsc the IKe Meee
et the hair. Micro kills tee para
tMe, sUks the ltcWx scaJf,
tires bstre to the hah- aad stM
tives refief aed preves ks hwHl
Save year hair eefere tee Ute.
Mkro ereveets bsMsms. It Is a
(fcJJffetM dresekf tor the fcaJr,
free tnm pease aadetlcky eas.
Aek jeer toilet fertoeeeklet
HOYT CHEMICAL CO.
The Camping Season Has
Can Owtfit You With the Best at
Bed Rock Prices.
XIO 10 30X34,
$8.50 to $40.
Sheet Steel Camp Stoves $2.
CANTEENS - $1 and $1.25
WATER BAGS - - - $1.
Two-Burner Gasoline Stoves
WINCHESTER .ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
ust the thing for hot weather use
Flies are Coming
SCREEN DOORS 3 ft. 6 In by 6 ft. 6 ia $1.65
SCREEN DOORS-ait. 8 in. by 6 ft. 8 in S2.00
TANGLEPOOT Fly Paper, per package.
Everything for Everybody
E. A. SATHER
WE HAVE THE
Best Wheat Land
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
PRUn AUTOMOBILB TRIP
from Bend to the lands anil return for all who locate.
LIST m CITY riOIIiKTY WITH US IF YOU WANT A QUICK SALE.
Write for Particular, to
Merrill CSb Wilkinson Company
HHND, OH HO ON.
320 ACRES OF
FREE GOVERNMENT LAND
In the Ulg Sage Urmh Country to the southeast of Bend.
WE LOCATE NEAR THE LINE
OF THE BEND-ONTARIO RAILROAD
City Property General Real Estate,
W. N. Brown Co.
Lots in this beautiful Addition are now
on sale. Make early selection as they
are selling: rapidly. Remember, this
will be the NOB HILL of Bend. Plans
are being drawn for the immediate
construction of six fine residences
and bungalows by purchasers.
Radcliffe Bros. Auto Co.
Stwta S-wn&o vd Itml uk4 All Interior
Points of Ctntnl Ortg on.
kUtm: lAKUrTE IMS, AUT8 C ti, Inpi.
New Car 40 Horcepower Velle Reliable Driver
A. A. DtCKKY
J, W. MCUAIRK
Wc have farm lands and city property
for sale. If you wish to purchase, sec
us. If you have anything for sale, see
us. We are here for business and will
treat you right.
Lots In Center Addition (Tabor tract)
and North Addition (land between
Lytleacre tracts 'and original town
site) will be ready for sale In about
C. C. R.CO.
HoUIIng Building, Wall Stret, Bend
Bend Townsite Company
The Oklahoma Restaurant
Will apea for biMlMaa In the White
Market building on Wall street, about
May first. Vr farther particulars
. WATCH THIS SPACE.
W$$tr cn Props.
Office corner Walfand Ohio streets.
Mend and Orexen Sli.
Ragta6and $2.50 a Day