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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1910)
THE JUNCTION CITY.
Situated () miles south of Haul, on the Oregon
Trunk Itiiilnnid and on the Natron Cut-ofl of the
Southern Pacific, Cresent oiler Great Investment
Hiti-gains. Special Inducements for Husincss Men
and Home Makers. Automobile Service from Uciul
LOTS ON EASY T R R Al S
See L, L. FOX, Uend Agent
Central Ore. Improvement Co.
L. P. WAKHPIUU), Manager, Crescent, Oregon.
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 STRKKT, BEND, OR.
M. J. KELLY
Davlcs llulldlng, WallSt.,
A. D. MOE, The Tailor
ilnti received n full line of
Fall and Winter Samples
Suits made to order from $15 00 up. Coll aud
kcc the samples before buying elsewhere. Clean
ing mid pressing given special attention.
Shop on Bond St.
National Cash Market
Davlcs Dulldluir, Wall Street
F. W. STAFFORD, Proprietor
MERCHANT TAIL 0 K 1 NO A S V E C I A L T Y
tSie Ellens Loggcri
PINE ASSORTMENT 01?
SUMMER SHIRTS 88SIAS
EXCLUSIVE AGHNCY FOR
The Nettleton Shoe
, MEN'S TROUSERS
A. L. FRENCH
Walt Street, BEND, OREGON
LIBER Mi IN
. .. .
A. R. ROGERS
Mai Nothing to Sny Concerning Mill
ing tor the Present I llxiremtly
llnthiislastlc Over Agricul
tural Conditions Mere.
A. K. Kogrrsof J1Ioiickj1I the well
known timber irinu, who control! ex
tensive holding in till, vicinity, came in
to Uend with Prank Robertson last Sun
day. On Monday lie was the guest of
Mr. ami Mr, John 1. Ryan Ht The
Tulle ami on Tuesday tnnile a trip with
Measr. Kymi and Robertson, in the
latter car, luto the Bisters' country.
Where, It I understood, he I Interested
In considerable tract of timber.
Mr. Roger Mill that for the present
there I nothing he can nuke public In
regard to the nutter of milling nil. In
deed, that until the railroad work U
much more advanced and a multitude
of detail affecting the tituatlou I
thrcihed out, there I practically
nolhlnif that can b tald, further thin
that absolutely no definite tier In any
direction have been taken. Mr. Roger
wa tnoit cnthuilaillc concerning the
case and cheapness vrith which De
chute yellow pine can be logged. Ife
My that no timlicr In the United State
can compare with It In thl reipect.
Mr. Roger, whose extensive know).
edge of the middle and far wcit
give much weight to hi opinion in
uch matter, expressed himself n
greatly struck with the (pletidid crop
condition tliat prevail in all part of the
Deschutes Valley, He ee for the Irri
gated land aud for the great dry farm
Ing tec I Ion a nuirnificent future.
"Wlut Impresses me mol on thl trip
are the bumper crop," "Id Mr. Kouer.
"Why, up at Mr. Ryan', In country
where practically no agricultural. experi
mentation yet ha been attempted, the
finest kind of mult arc being obtained.
Mr. Kyati ha a Cne it field of oat a 1
ever mw; it's non-irrigated and planted
in a bit of bottom land like thousand
of acre more; the oat tnd over five
feet In height and have the blggeit klud
of head. Alo Mr. Ryan ' 1 having
tilemlld lucceu with late potatoes;
Indeed, till country will produce pota
toe the equal If not the upcriorof
those of the loggc 4-off land of Minne
sota." Mr, Rogers left for The Dallea Tues
P0A1ER0Y FOLKS HERE
We are agents for the
TIJKTWST LINK OP AUTOS
IN CKNTRAL OKI'.GON- We
Anywhere, Any Time.
Celt. Ore. Realty Co.
Phone No. I.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
Many WAshlngtofllans Located Dead
Are Oolns WeH.
John Curlcss, formerlr of romcroy,
Wash., ha compiled a few itatlstlc re
garding other from hi town who have
located in and near lleud, which he will
furnish to hi home paper. Mr, Curlcss,
by the way, Is an enthusiastic' admirer
of thl country, and I particularly sat
isfied that he ha come here because re
port from romcroy indicate that on ac
count of drought in that section but so
per cent of the usual wheat crop will be
Among the Pomeroylte hereabout are
Mr. and Mrs. D, It. Yeoman, who have
land near Mr. Curlcss close to the fork
of the l'rinevllle and Redmond road.
The Yeoman have some lo acre ready
for flouring aud 40 acres fenced. Mr.
Curies), wno has just commenced opera
tions, with the intention of proving up
next may, has 40 acre fenced. He,
together with Andrew Moen, own a
four-horse grubbing machine, with
which they will clear their land thl au
tumn, planting It to grain next spring.
Moen has a good house and barn and
six acre In oat and garden, from the
latter getting all the vegetables and new
M. A. Black ha 17 acres sowed fo
oit. He is busy clearing ills land pre
paratory to proving up ami returning to
I'omeroy, Jack Williams,, ha six acres
cleared. J. O. William, also of I'ome
roy. now is. the assistant engineer for the
Uend Water Co.
Mr. Curies aaya many more people,
from I'omeroy are ready to come here as
soon as the railroad is complete.
Republicans Lead Deschutes Pre
clHCt Uarren of Democrats,
Thus far 34 voters' in the Bend
precinct have registered iu the
books kept by II. P. J. McDonald.
Republicans putnber 2a, Democrats
to, and independents 3. In Des
chutes precinct, as shown by W.
W, Oram's books. 10 nave regis.
tercel: 13 Republicans. 2 Independ
ents and 1 Socialist. The total
registration iu the two precincts is
If you wish to have your ex
press and light freight come in
along with your lexers and daily
papers, have it come iu on the mail
Hue. Tint Cornrtt Stack &
Stablk Co, 25tf
Wall Paper at
N. P. WEIDER
& Paper hanger
Cheapest and licit Wall Paper Sam
ple In the county. Get
F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and Conveyancing All
Legal Papers 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. DAVIDSON, S.cv. U, G. OOC, M.W.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKFICK IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BIDO.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL BAN,: DLDO.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFPICK OVKR PIRST NATIONAL BK.
Office Hours: 10 to 11 a. ui.; 1 to 3 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Dknd, : Orrgoh
Dr. A. A. BURR1S, .TJS
Heater. IMacase Suveeufullr Treated
Without the Use of Drugs or Buttery, by
the Natural Methods or Healing. Ctiroa
le placate a Specialty. Consututlou free
Member of (he Btate aud National Naturopath
OBcc Iu .Johusou Bid., Bend, Oregon
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking aud Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORPE S, YOUNQ
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER
WITH U D. WIRST, C, X.
FOUR HORSE LIVERY,'
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. II. WENANDY, Prop.
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ALL KINDS OP LIGHT AND HEAVY
Also HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, CHOP WHEAT
, .BRAN AND MIDDLINGS.
All Orders promptly Delivered. Order by Phone No. 18.
HorAM Rniiffht and Sold. I.lvhf ami huw !-& c.u
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. Wc
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, Maaag jt.
The Dalles, Orecon
You are cordially invited to make TUB HOTRL DALLES your
resting place while waiting over betwren trains on your way to ami
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
heat, elevator; suites and room with baths. Pint class cafe. Rales
ranging from 50c and $1 upward.
Ideal Stopping Pktce Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manager.
The Bend Machine Shop
HENRY LINSTER. Prop.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
We. have Milting Machine, Lathe,
Drill Press, Vulcanizer, etc , etc.
Automobiles, Farm Implements, Sawmill
The best on the market.
Gasoline and Lubricating Oils.
Vulcanizing a Specialty.
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. BUNTEN
CentraT Oregon Automobile Company
WENANIY-IUNTEN AUT&srlKLE CI. '
between Sbaaiko, Madras, RedtaoRd and Bead aad all
interior poiuts. For further information write...
Central Oregon Automobile Co,
Sm HUNRV SCMUWEL, KJ Axt
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