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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1910)
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T HE JUNCTION CI T Y.
Situated 50 miles .south of Haul, on the Oregon
Trunk Railroad and on the Natron Cut-ofl or the
outhcrn Pacific, Crcsent ollcra (treat Investment
liargaiiiK. Special Inducements for llusincss Men
and Home Makers. Automobile Service from Henri
LOTS ON EASY T E R Al S
Sec L. L. FOX, Henri Agent
Central Ore. Improvement Co.
I.. P. WAKEFIELD, Manajccr, Crescent, Oregon.
Adjoins Bend on .the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS
WALL STKIWT, I1END, OR.
All Spring Samples Now Here
;.. Spring; Suit
That You Can Depend On
to look nice, to bang well, wear well and give you value received
for what you pay for it. Conic look over the Samples.
A. D. MOE. The Tailor.
National Cash Market
Davles Building, Wall Street
F. W. STAFFORD, Proprietor
I O'DONNELL BROTHERS I
I UNION MARKET I
; : cigars Hi rao
, ) 7l f ITI r Davles Uulldlng, Wall St., C
ijli J. lxtLLY UENl), OREGON I
M BRCIIAN T T A I LP u I NO A S P W C I A L T Y
cAe ftens uoqeen
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
SUMMER SHIRTS 8SABi
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR
The Nettleton Shoe
anew lur&iM'c nrMicirDQ
A. L. FRENCH
Wall Street, - DEND, ORKGON
mm) REALTY MEN OKQANIZG
slsled tlic officer. A fine of f 15
wan Imposed. While it was stated
Hint Hick had beaten bis wife while
intoxicated no chnrgc on this bead
Real Ustate Dealers Oct Together for
the Purpose of Mutual Aid and
form Ilend Henlty Hoard,
At a meeting of realty men held
lust Thursday in the offices of the
Home Land Company a real estate
mcu'N organization was entered in
to which choose for itself the title
of IJcnd Realty Ooard. The or
Knnizatlon was the result of a pre
litnlnary meeting held the previous
week at J. A. Hasten' office, where,
at a gathering of practically all the
realty men in liend, the ndvnii
tages of organization were dia-
cussed and a committee to draw up
bylaws, etc., was appointed.
Extracts of the by-laws, here
with given, -outline the purposes of
the organization and the methods
of its conduct.
Membership lu member dull I
composed of real estate men who have
regular established places of business
ami who .lull conduct tame in a manner
creditable to the organization.
Htpulslon of Members It shall be the
privilege of thla organization to repri
mand or expel any member who may be
proven guilty ol business methods or
practices discreditable to theorganica
Purposes The purposes of this organ
liatiou shall be to promote harmony and
a feeling of goodfcllowship among Its
uiem!r ami to aid In the promotion of
enterprisca and the best Interests of
Ilend ami Central Oregon In Keneral.
legibility to Vote Only one of each
firm belonging to the Hoard shall be en.
titled to vote but the right of discussion
Is extended to all members of the Board.
Time of Meeting The regular meet
Ing of the board shall be held on the
first Thursday night of each month.
Special meetings may be called by the
president or by the request of three
members of the Hoard.
Due. The monthly dues of this Hoard
ahall be twenty-five cents (15c) for each
member, Initiation feet twenty-five
The following officers were ap
pointed: President, J. A. Hastes; Vice
President, M. J. Morrison; Secre
tary, C. O. Drown; Treasurer, W.
Secretary Brown reports the fol
lowing charter membership: Home
Land Co., J. A. Hastes, Crook
County Realty Co., Deschutes
Realty Co., Home-Seekers' Land
Co., S. J. Spencer, J. L. Dyrue,
O. C. Ucnkle and W. R. Riley.
It is the intention of the Board
to post lists of its members and to
advertise such a list, so that
strangers coining in to the town as
well as those who have inquiries to
make may be iu formed of file
names of firms to whom they may
apply for detuiled information. In
asmuch as only reputable realty
dealers wilt be permitted to join the
organization and as discreditable
practices afford grounds for expul
sion, the membership list will come
to be a sort of roll of honor.
- Are the Railroads llarraiied?
(Itilracl from Ulllotlal New Voik lltrsM, Mir
The only unfavorable clement In the
business situation Is the unfavorable atti
tude of federal lawmakers and state offi
cial toward the railways and the spirit
which would prevent the companies from
moderately advancing their charges to
oflset the increased cost of oieration.
When the manufacturer Isobllged to pay
higher prices for raw material and In
creased wages, he does the only possible
thing In the circumstances and corre
spondingly raise the charge for his
product. The railways are obliged to
pay increased prices for supplic and
higher wages, and It is only reasonably
that they should get more for what they
sell, namely, transportation.
That they are impelled to raise their
charges Is plain from current tremc re
turns showing Increased gross takings,
while costs of operation have Increased
In still greater ratio, with resulting de
crease lu net cariilnt:, Unlest the treat
est of all Industrie I permitted to pros-
ier tue country counot be prosper
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
Wall Paper at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapest and Best Wall Paper Sam
ples lu the county. Get
Ilox 39. Bend, Oregon.
F. O. MINOR
LI FH FI RE ACCI DENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
Legal Paper Correctly Drawn.
BEND LODGE.No. 139
A. F. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on 01
before the full moon of each
month. Visiting brothers
J. D. OAVIOSON. Beer. U, O. CO. M. W.
Spree Cost Chef Fifteen Dollars-.
On Monday afternoon Joe Hick
was tried before Recorder Ellis on
a charge of disorderly conduct and
resisting arrest, on the complaint
of Policeman Rotating, It seems
tltat on Saturday evening Uick,
who is cook at the Hotel Bend, got
drunk and created a disturbance,
and when Ho'.nling was called re-
Administratrix's Notice of Final
Notice It hereby atren la sit whom It msv eon.
trn. that the undcnlinrd has filcM her Nuaj sc-
count r the eslait W fauny C. Hoyer.drcrasnl,
Lit of Crook County, Oregon, And Ihtt the
Cult basset the same for liratlur on the lit
day ofAujii.t. 191, at 10 o'clock a tu. ofaaUl
day t the County Court room la the County
Court lloiue. st Itiutvltlc In Crook County,
Oreeou. and that the said account and auv ob.
I returns thirelu will I heard and ud upon
y the Court at aalil time aud place.
imicu si uenu, urccon, inn, me him uay 01
June. 1910. , I.OIU1.A8. OKIr-FIN,
Administratrix of the Jtataleofi'auny C. Iioycr,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ruDLic ianii ham?.
U. S. Uud OKce, The Dalles, Or.,
June 6. 1010.
Kollra la hereby lven that, laa olrrclad hv lh
ComniluioMtr ol the Otueial Land Urttre, uuder
til Juue 17,
lyoA, 1'libltc No. jot, we. will ollrr at putil
to the liiaheat bidder, at 9. to o'clock a. 111.. on
Ihe Ifth fay of July, ifto, at llilaorhcc, the (ol-
lowing nan 01 lauu, to win nwu w. Mi;,
13, Tp, to 8. II, 10 K. V. M.
Any Mraoua clalmliic adversely Iheatuvesle.
arrllml lamia ait advlardto file Ihetrclalnia, or
ohlcctlous, on or before the day above de.lg-
naieu lor aic.
14-19 C. W. MOOKU, Ucglstcr.
N0TJ0I3 FOR PUliLIOATION.
U. . Land Office at The Oatlcs, Or,
Notice la hereby given thai
Vtrd A. fthonneat.
of Ilend Orecon, who, oil Hcplciubet xSlli. ioo,
tnsilc llomealead eulry (SerlSI No, a?f)). No.
IJJJTt "r iihuwk, anu im nwx ec. i, Tp.
W(S., H. 11 It. W. M.. has filed uollce of Inten
tion to make final Commutation I'roof, to eatab
llih claim to the laud aliovs described, befor II.
C. Ultla, U. H. Coiumlwloncr, at h(a office at
Bend. Oregon, on the 19th day or July, 1910.
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UVII.a it AIIVU, ItUIIHI MII.C .UU A..VIVI .1,11,
nend, Otrgon, and William N, Uollluahead, of
luijjlio C, W. MOORlt, KejUUr,
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKHICK IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL DANK DLDO.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OPPICK OVKR l'IKST NATIONAL BK.
Oflicc Hours: 10 to 12 a. ui.; t to 3 ami
7 to 8 p. in,
Bknd, : Orkgon
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,.NnATduS,.!c
Heater, IHacaaes Successfully Treated
Without the Use 0 Drugs or Hurgery, by
the Nstursl Methods of Healing , Chron
ic DlscsYce a ScUlty, Consultation free
Mcmbec of the State snd National Naturopath
Office In Johnson Uhlg., ' Bend, Oregon
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Bauking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORQE S. YOUNG
CIVIL AND MINING ENOINBER
WITH I., D. WIltST, C, K,
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. If. WENANDY, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT,
BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.
Horses Bought and Sold. Light and heavy Horses fer Sale.
. List your Timber Lands
with us quick. We have cus
We can locate you on the
Choicest Homestead Lands in
Central Oregon. Satisfaction
List your Farm Lands with
us. Our list is good now but
we desire to increase it. We
have plenty of buyers.coming.
We have call for all kinds
of City Property and Acre
age. Let us know what you
have in this line.
The Home Land Company
W. W. OR.CUTT, Mansr.
The Dalles, Oregon
You are cordially Invited to make THIi H0TRL DALLES your
resting place while waiting over between trains cm your way to tad
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
heat, elevator; suites and rooms with baths. First class cafe. Kate
ranging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping: Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Maasr.
Patterson Drug Comp'y.
The re-mcnWIsg of otir aHtiMtag
is nearly complete!.
Our Stock teem Ue way. We will ke reeiy for
aMietmioc ia a few days.
Let Us get KwintetJ m. the OM FoetoMce
ituUSng on Wall Street.
PATTERSON DRUG CO.
We want to be your Druggists
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. sHWTEN
Central Oregon Automobile Company
VENANBY-BsMEN AUTOtttMLE CI .
between Shaniko, Madras. Redmond aud Bead and all
Interior points. For furtker information write
Central Oregon Automobile Co.
Sc GUY B. WALK12H, Band Ajsmt
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND lAGGAO
THE BULLETIN lath leading newspaper of CENTRAL ORROON