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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1910)
TO LAKE ODELL Finest Trout
Fishing and Sailing in Central Ore.
Distance from Dend 7a miles. Round trip rule
by onto $30. Make your reservation by 6:00
mm,, 1 n . , ... .p. ni. Fridays ,
LKAVUniiNl) SATURDAY , jmA, M.
, ROSI.ANO 9:00 A. M.
' CRKSCKNT " wjoA M,
ARR1VB L.AKK ODELL. ,, j:co 1. M.
LKAVU " " MONDAY 7:00 A. M.
" CRKSCKNT " .'yjoA. M.
" RUSLAND " 11:00 A.M.
ARR1VH BEND MONDAY.. ......... 1:00 I. M.
BIG DOELL FISH
ALSO A PRIZE SUA SERPENT
Party of HtnJ Cimpirs Return with
Record Reilnido and Roy Yarn
of art Unormoui Amphibious
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Call on or telephone us for the Best Seasonal Wood.
Custom Wood Sawing Solicited.1
All wood is cut green, therefore assuring (rood live wood
W: P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
Ride With Us!
We are agents in Bend for the
Auto Stage Co.-
from Bend and Shaniko each way.
First Class Autos
First Class. Service
First Class Drivers
and rates as low as the other kind.
A bit party of Benders returned
from Odell Lake Monday with the
biggest redsulc ever taken out oi
the famous lake and one ot the
biggest fish stories thai yet havt
drilled down ftout the imaginative
up-river region!). The big fish
was there, all right, for Curlylc
TrU'lctt, tiic man who did the
calchinc, brought it to Bend ami
weighed it six pounds, dressed,
tud probably eight out of tin
water when it was caught.
About that sea serpent. It's a
whale of n yum. The horrible
U'uSl's weight was estimated b
thoe who saw it at 500 pounds
No josh, either, for every member
of the party stands ready to nuke
an affidavit. As nearly as could
be ascertained from those who wit
uc&ed the leviathan the party
narrowly escaped annihilation nt
its hands. ,
The fishermen left here last
Wednesday m there autos.
In the party were Creed and
Carlyle Priplett, George Hobbs, 1J.
mer Merrill, Ray Wilkinson, Karl
Houston, H. I. J. McDonald,
"Luck-," Baldwiu and Messrs.
Drantou and Brookings. All agree
that the fishing on the lake was as
fine as any they have had and that
Lake Odell is an ideal location for
a summer resort.
MAIL CONTRACTS AWARDED.
Cornell KcpsAII Alain Linen at In
On July t the new contracts for
mull service for the four years end
ing June .to, 1014, beexmu effective
f here was an Increase in price for
ail contracts, because of the in
creased cost of dim ration
The Princville-Silver Like line
was let to Q M Coruett, distance
115 utiles, contract upwards of
Prlncvllle-Burns line, distance
15.1 miles, was let to G M Coruett,
contract price about faooo.
Pruieville-bhaniko line, distance
55 miles, contract price $9800,
former price $3787. The reason
for the increase in price of the
Shaulko line was given by Mr
Cornett as the great increase in the
vcight of the until and the fact that
the line would be discontinued as
soon as a railroad should be com
plcted to Madras.
The Prinevillc-Slstcrs line was
let m John Hunsakcr, contract
price about $2200, distance 43
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Summer Resort on Lake Odell.
J. A Morgan, A. A. Aldridge
and Harry M. Espmg left Bend
last week for Odell Lake, where
they will start a summer resort
camping place. They will provide
beds for travellers and campers.
and carry a stock of provisions,
hay and grain tor stock and gaso
line for autos. It is understood
that boats are to be had on the lake,
which, coupled with the excellent
fishing and recreation possibilities
of the adjacent territory, will make
the new resort on attractive stop
Street Cars Now (or Henry.
Ouchahds, Wli., July j.
The Itcnd Dullcttn: You may have
concluded that I think a nepaperman
runt a paper lor cxrrcitt ouly, but I
have been very buty during the berry
u-.toti and hae neglected my tubtcrip
tlon. I am nicely tttuatcd here. If anyone
enquires about me. I left Ucnd too
toon for the railro.d, but I purchased
teven acrca nlcrly improved, near Van
couterand on the lit of thit month the
.tree 1 car commenced running to with.
In two blocks of my place.
J. 0. Sawhlll Savs Prospects Excellent
Irrigation Project I'roj-reMcs.
J. E. Sawhill came to Ocnd Mon
day from his ranch on Uig River.
He says all crops in that viciuity
are exceptionally promising. C.
B. Allen's ranch has fields of oats
and barley which will run two tons
of hay to the acre while the natural
grass is remarkably fine. The
Caldwell ranches will have even a
better hay crop this season than
they had last.
J. B. Heyburn is having splendid
luck with his garden; all vegeta
bles are proving a success, demons
trating what can be done with the
rich soil with a small amount of
water, The I'all River Irrigation
Co. which is handling a project to
irrigate some 3000 acres 011 the
west side of the river above the
forks, at a recent meeting decided
to go ahead with the work and au
thorized the building of the divert
ing works and a mile of canal.
The work is now tinder way. L.
D. Wicst is doing the engineering.
L. P. SwWt, Cntkttaiast, Back bi Bend
L. F. Swift of Seattle Is in Bend
again. lie comes primmed with en
thusiasm, as usual, and predicts
great things for the town. One of
the most important features in
Bend's development, says Mr.Swift,
is the vastnesa ol the adjacent ter
ritory. There are dozens of towns
in Washington of from 3000 to
to 10000 population, situated in
small valleys, whose greatest tribu
tary territory Is limited by to
pographical conditions to an Insig
nificant fraction of that which Bend
rightfully may claim.
Get your typewriter ribbons and
carbon paper at the Bulletin office.
We can take you anywhere, any time.
Call, or write us.
Phone No. 1.
. CENTRAL OPEQON REALTY
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY US HEREAFTER.
are an every day thing at this
store. It's a BARGAIN DAY
. , GENTS'
Yours for luslness
Yours for Business
Turpin & Whitsett
The Coming City
of the South.
Situated 80 miles from Klnmnth Palls
25 miles from Crescent, on the firi
NATRON CUTOFF ,
(The new Hnrrlnian Rood) ":
ONE MII.E I'KOM THE . " .
OREGON TRUNK ' t
The Gateway to
A new Road is being constructed from the Town to the Lake
but 18 tulles distant.
WHEAT, ALFALFA, CLOVER, RYE and
TIMOTHY THRIVE. An analysis of
the Rich Volcanic Ash Soil shows it to
be identical with that of YAKIMA.
Miller Creek affords the town
AN IMMENSE STAND OF
Sugar and Yellow
Hunting, Fishing; and
CRATER TQWNSITE CO.
L. F. KITHNQER.
H. T. LEWIS,
J. T. ROBINSON Jr.,