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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1910)
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National Cash Market
Onvlctf IhilMlnic, Wall Street
RIVERSIDE and LYTLE
ROAI) MAKING PROQRUSSES
in nttrnctttiR ninny. Why not you? It' n IIr '
clinucc to win it bin prl.c. Come In and jtce
us about it.
Is open all the week.
F. W. STAFFORD
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lois.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STREET, BEND, OR.
JVL J. KELLY
Dnvlcs Building, Wall St.,
FOR GOOD GOODS TO DRINK
Mail your orders to James Keervey
. Columbia Southern Hotel . .
Cedar Brook, Old Lewis Hunter, Old
Double Stamp in Bond deduced to 93, Per Bottle, $1.75
6 Bottles to case in wood, $9.00. Per Gallon $4.50.
Distillers Cmit.on.-The only authorized bottling of Cedar
Hrook, W. II. Mcllniycr "out of bond" is under our
new label adopted 1000. Eaeh bottle must bear this
permit with our fae simile signature. Julius Kessi.kk.
Direct Express Service between
Slmnlko and Ileiid,
Two Rigs Each Vny every week
A iniiilKnniQ hlnrl; Hi'lt'lnii.I'er-
chcron ulallion, will make the oca
bom at the Aunt barn in Menu.
TERMS: ?i a 50 to Insure; sea
son, $8 00. Payment due when
marc is known to be with foul.
Care will be taken to avoid nccl
deutri but responsible for none.
RALPH DUNN, Owner. .
ANTON AUNE, Caretaker.
Route to Lnhei Are Made by llnrrl
man Worker from Cref cent S.I'.
Official Reitiet Withdrawal
of Right 'fir-Way.
OtuwcitNT, Ok., Mny ,y, The Itoyre
much lyliiK twelve iitllen writ of here,
jmrclinu'il not lon uo by II. It. Iloey,
ai.litlunl clilcl mlncer of the Southern
I'aolflc railroad, I to he pfatlrd for n
towmltc. A force of contractor nrc
now clmrliitf nu niiloniohilr road from
the new tuwntite to Crcccnl and will
extern! the roml to the InUcn, Cretcent
and Oilell. It U the inttntloii later to
extend the road to Crater Lake. Own
crioftnc Credent low n.llc lnvc with-
ilrnwti from the market a ttripofUml
Uwt 300 feet In width running parellel
with the Oregon Trunk, line at the re
quest of the Kourthcrii I'acifie official!.
71611 Hupervinor Jake Ilovinrd ha
completed an excellent brldue over the
I)eclnite here and- I replring the
road through the townritc to connect
with the automobile rod to the take
II. Id Thorn and Ned Hooker, of
Minneapolis, who have urchacd ten
lot In Cretcent, hive arrived with their
iitnltle and are preparing to erect a
uirt'.antf! ttore building. A livery and
feed tble i alo ptinned by them.
S. It. Wiliou, a merchant of Independ
ence, Oregon, I here looking over the
towutlte with a view to ctlillihlng a
Mr. 1'red Mowhltt of Seattle, of the
firm of Mowhitt at Koger, I exxced
here the latter part of the week to com
plcte arrangement for the Imtallatlop
of a Mwmlll with a capacity or 15,000 feet
Mr. Koger h been here n week and
hi rmrchatcd a conildcnble amount of
timber, both from private owner and
from the government.
The growing town of Oe.cent had an
aildition to it population in the birth
on Uit Tuctday, May 34, of a daughter
to Mr. and Mr. K.O. Kourk. The little
mlu it the fir.t child born In the new
town. Mr. Kourk It the proprietor of a
general ttore at Cretcent, nnd wa for
tncrty a merchant at Kotlaml.
UpUlver New Letter.
Diucuiitks Mkadows, May 39. Mr.
Ocerge W. Shriucr bat arrived here
G. W. Tripled ha a fine garden,
Including potato which are up and
The Montgomery Ilroi. are building a
fine log houtc for Harry Cornell, of
Portland, who ha bought the lower
Montgomery ranch which include the
Koltcrt DcCourcey and wife are ex
pectcd tuck about the fifth of June.
Jotcph C. Smith ha been up look
Ing over hi Spring Kiver property
which he purchatcd anmctitne ago.
TGLLS STORY OP PIONEER.
Adventures of Old-Time Settler Do
cribed In Newipapcr Article.
Manhalt C. Awbrey of Uldlaw, bet
ter known a "Uncle Marh," I the tab
led of a clever newtpaper tory from the
pen of I.ucia II. llarrluun, which ap
peared in the I'ortland Telegram latt
Mi Ilirriman'a article detcrlbe the
pioneer' famout ride from ltcnd to
Hugene, "back in '75," when he cov
ered tbedittance of 148 mile in one
day, utlng but one hortc in the record
tiaut-iuounlaiii trip. "Uncle Manh" i
a Mexican War veteran, prospected in
California in the early 501, and in 1870
cnxed the Cascade with a bunch of
cattle and hure ami became a resident
of Central Orrgon.
For SAl.it. -Pianos, one at Mrs
H. R. Riley's, the other nt Sher
wood Bros., Redmond. Inquire at
cither place. tf
I. nMn.Mj iwnrMil. for thfi tifredl
of horsemen nnd ranchmen. It it
a powerful and peneiruung lini
ment, n remedy for emergenc w.
1 .intl.l.ii.mlir.witlnn for the relief
o( pain, and the best liniment for
sprallli ami soreness, untun-mi
for hcalliiK wound and injuries
L;....i 1. J ui! nun wmit and
for all cut and hruli.es. Tactile Horse
Liniment is fully guarnmceu. no
other is so good or helpful in so many
...... if li full in satUfv. we author
ire all dealer to refund the purchase
price. Extra largo Domes ou corns,
IIoVT Chkmicai. Co., I'ortland, Ore,
Buy a few of these CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS
or CORNERS for BUSINESS PROPERTY, $150 to
$400. Size 50x140 feet. They will certainly
double in value within the next twelve months.
We are also exclusive selling
agents for the
All Kinds of
List your PROPERTY with us for quick sales.
Call on or write to
M. E. THOMPSON CO.
Henry Building, 4th k Oak St.,
J. A. BASTES, Resident Agent
Wt Arp hprp tt itrtV Oregon Street, between Wall and Bond,
vv e are nei c tu amy BEND, OREGON
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY
uie fiens uoggeri
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
SUMMER SHIRTS SSrfugg
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR
The Nettleton Shoe
anew mUMU'C TTCITDC
A. L. FRENCH
Wall Street, - - - BEND, OREGON
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, -WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
AU Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light and heavy Horses for. Sal.
The Dalles, Oregon
New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel: steam heat, elevator;
suites cud rooms with baths. First class cafe,
Rates rouging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Place for All Going Into Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARK, Manager. .
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFVtCJC IN PIBUrr NATIONAL bank BtBG.
Vernon A. Forbes
ROOM 4, FIRST NATIONAL BANK MDC,
BUND, ...... OREGON
W. P. MYERS O. C. VOOKG
MYERS & YOUNd
L a id I a w, Oregon
Practice in all Courts and Depait
ment of the Interior.
u. c. coe, m. d.
Physician and Surgeon
OJ'FICK OVER FIRST NATIONAL, K.
Office Hour: lo to la a. m.; i to 3 atxl
7 to 8 p. in.
Brno, -:- ' Okbgon
Dr. A. A. BURR.S.OTKS
Hritrr. DIkuc SucccMlUlly Trtttol
Without the UK of Drug or Surgery, by
the Nature! MrthoJt of Heating;, Chtoti
ic UUeaaea a 8iecialty. Coumlutlou Flee
Member of the SUte and National Nttvtopalh
Office In Johnson BMf ., BnJ. Ortgoa
F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing Alt
Legal Paper Correctly Drawn.
F. H. MAY
Ben d, Oregon.
GEORGE S. YOUNQ
CIVIL AND MINjNfJ ENOINEER
WITH L, D. WIfcSST, C. K.
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