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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1910)
THE BEND BULLETIN
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(Uvariablr in ad?an.)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 1910.
BEST KIND OP PUBLICITY.
It is to be hoped and certainly
expected that the interest which
is producing such an excellent col
kretion or agricultural exhibits
from this section as now is being
amassed (or use on the "Oregon
Car" will send a second exhibit,
equally worthy, to the Dry Farm
iag Congress at Spokane.
In another column is shown a
cap, one of the many prizes that
will be awarded at the Washington
show. But most valuable of all
prises is the unsurpassed advertis
ing to be gained, and at practically
no expense to those whom it most
benefits, aside from an inconsidcra
Ue amount of trouble. Real tann
ers are what the Deschutes Valley
needs. Nothing can attract men
who understand farming more
quickly than sanples that illus
trate, without the possibility of
doubt or contradiction, the produc
tivity of the soil aud climate. Ev
ery acre that is put under produc
tive cultivation will add to the
value of the adjacent land and to
the wealth and importance of Bend
and every town along the new
railroads. So from selfish motives.
if none other, it is the duty of
every rancber.in this section to con
tribute to the exhibit collections,
and the duty of every person in the
towns to aid the work to his
A buzz of indignant but highly
refined and cultured protest is
wafted across the continent from
the highly refined and cultured
ladies of Narragansett Pier whose
refined and cultured gambling so
rudely was disturbed by an unre
fined police raid. Likewise from
the society sisters of the ladies in
question, gambling gracefully at
Newport, Bar Harbor and other
harbors of refuge from the ennui
of the New York summer season,
does a wail of outraged delicacy
arise. Poor defenseless dears!
Why interfere with their bridge
parties? Surely if afternoon tea be
served, and Browning be read, and
Ibsen be discussed between hands,
there can be no real barm in bridge.
"It's so different, don't you know,
from mere vulgar gamblingl."
And if this means of earning a live
lihood be taken from the American
society "leader" how else may she
be able to support her indigent
titled imported husband?
"For the party's good" one
Richard Achilles Ballinger is
slated for resignation, final and im
mediate. "The evil that men do
lives after them; the good is oft in
tercd with their bones." Even
more true of political than lay life
is te lament ot Anthony. Truly
will the. heart of the Oregonian, the
Cunningham Claimants and sundry
other interested parties "lie in the
roffin there with Richard," and
choked will be their utterance until
their wounds are healed. And
what a joyous pean of victory will
arise from Collier's vermillinn
columns and others of the Anti-Bal
linger crew. Pincbot has fallen:
Balliager too Who next, indeed?
Another forward step in the vast
unfolding plan of Oregon railroad
development is tbe announcement
that the Harriman road will con
tinue the entire length of Central
Oregon. To the state this means
that tbe Deschutes Valley, pierced
by two great railroads, will evolve
into a territory as rich as is now
the Willamette. To Beud the fact
that the two great lines are to pass
through it is almost of incalculable
import. Never before has the
future seemed to hold forth such
brilliant promUe; never before has
the certainty of Bend's develop
went into a metropolis been so ab
solute. What can the matter be? Foe
as entire eventless month Theo
dore African us and Oyster Bay us
lias faited to furnish subject matter
for first page news stories. Is" it
possible that Teddy is deterloratinc
and that his press agent powers
una proclivities are waning?.
HubUhj Party Returns.
larney .Lewis, Pearl Lyneis, S.
M. Scott and George Gertson re
turiaed Sunday from a long hunting
trip in the Crane Prairie and Brok
en Top country. Messrs. Scott and
Gcrtcea each killed a buck. John
Edwards and Jonas Olson left tbe
party a wk ago Saturday, walk
ing ia from How Lake to Bend, a
dittaace estimated at 40 miles, in
JLafceykw Man Slwt by Frenchman.
Jack Barry, a bartender for I
Alike Hart, was shot and killed II
last Friday night at Hakcvicw by a
Frenchman whose name is Louis
Paysade. After a row over the dice
Barry put the Frenchman out; the
latter returned aud pulled a rmh,
whereupon Harry shot and missed
his man. The Frenchman's first
shot got Hurry.
Big Lot of Specimens Will Uo to
Fred Wallace of Laidlaw reports
that n splendid lot ot cxhibts have
been gathered together from Co
lumbia Southern ranches and that
many more will be brought in dur
ing the next week Thus far the.
following mcu have contributed
J. N. B. Gerking, C. H. Hatch,
R N. Biytev, T. M. Siry,
D. M. Siry, W. E Sandcl,
C. P. Becker, W. Courtney,
A. D. Parks, W. W. Long.
Many exhibits arc being brought
in to the real estate men ot Bend
Irotn the ndjiecnt country. When
the Great Northern is ready to
have them forwarded, each speci
men will be labelled with the name
of the man who grenHt and his
place of residence. The exact
time for the shipment of the ex
hibits probably will be known be
fore next week.
GOES DOWN HILL FAST
Old Bend Resident Breaks Sliding
Record but Breaks no Bones.
The following clipping from the
Hood River News concerning an,
old Bend resident who evidently
has been going down hill fast ot
late may be of interest to his
Tbe largest party thit has cllmcd
Mount Hood since the Mazamas made
their famous aicent several year ago
made the climb Sunday. The ascent
vr made without mlthap, with the ex.
ceptiou of alight accident to Dr. W. S
Nichol who attempted to walk down the
anow field section of the mountain erect
and misted his fooling. Striking the
Ire heavily he shot down the mountain
head first at a terrific speed, boundine
high into the air on striking bumos in
the ire. After a thrilling slide of half a
mile he brought up within a few feet of
a deep crevasse and was rescued by hit
companions ana taken down to tne lun.
With the cxceDtion of a few bruises Dr.
Nichol was nntujured.
Dr. Nichols left Bend in the au
tumn of 1907, having been here
everal years, identified with the
drug and grocery business.
Another Hunter Visits Bend.
G N. Hunter, brother of A O
and D. E.' Hunter and associated
with the D, E. Huuter Realty Co.,
owners of the Pilot Butte Inn and
tnucb. other iiend real estate, vis
ited Bend for several days last
week. Mr. Hunter came from
Letbbridge, Alberta, where his firm
is operating in wheat lands. He
says Bend fully justifies all the
roiey reports of its promise which
had come to him from his brother
Direct Express Service between
Shaniko and Bend.
Two Ries Each way every week
BARNEY LKWIS, PROP.
VB HANDLE EVERYTHING
Leave your orders with Nick Smith
Wall St., Bend
ments offered for
the location of a
small saw mill
Crater. See J. T.
Robinson Jr., lo
c a 1 representa
tive of Crater
Townsite Co. Bul
Death of Mr. Atutxlft.
Elizabeth, wife of Jacob Mtttxlg,
died nt. her home, in Pittsburg,
August 9, after an illness of three
months She was 72 years old.
Her husband, six daughters, and
son (Reppell B. Mutzig of Bend)
survive. The elder Mtttzigs and
their daughter, Mist KaHierinc,
spent the summer of 1906 in Bond
and have many acquaintances here
who regret to learn of this death.
t an mi an a .-
Barber Shop Is Winner.
It is doubtful if in any town
many times the size of Bend a
Bend Hardware Co.
Owing to a decline in wire
products we are making
new prices on Nails and
Galvanized Barbed Wire
per keg ....
Heavy Galv. Barbed
Wire -per 100 lbs. .
Light Galv. Barbed
Wire per 100 lbs. .
We have in stock a full line
of the famous
Bend Hardware Co.
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SHER.RITT 8b WOOLLEY
Architects and Builders.
Corner Bond and
better equipped and operated barber
shop thud Inuess & Davidson's can
be foiuult Four chairstwo of
them bran new and the best to be
hod nmj two fine new poicclitlu
bath tubs puts the Hctul shop in u
class by itself,
Vacation hours (or Telephone,
Owing to the fact that Miss Cole
man is the only operator nt the
Bend switchboard ot the Pioneer
Telephone Co., due to the rcslgna
tiou of Miss Hall, the office will be
shut between noon and 1 p. 111.,
and between 6 and 7 p. tn.
j REMEMBER, THE
Commences April First. Wc
carry a full line of tbe very best
Big new shipment just in. Rods.
Flies, Leaders, etc.
TOVTHINfi fer tie FIskreiM.
Doors, Siushes, Paints, Class, Mulders'
Hardware, Hoofing. Everything yon
need for your new House or new Store.
N. P. SMITH
Wnll Street, WH Stct
WE HAVE THE
Best Wheat Land
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
FRUB AUTOMOUILR TMII .
from Bend to the lands and return for nil who locate.
LIST YOUR CITY .'ROOTY WITH US IF YOU WANT A QUICK SALE.
Merrill (2b Wilkinson Company
Riverside an4 Ly tie
Thecoming Residence District of 1JENI). Lots
30x140 feet, $150, $175, $1200, $225, $250, $275, $00.
20 per cent, cash, balance $10 per month. These
lots arc sure to increase in value, perhaps more than
double by the time you make the last payment, iet
me ikc you out aud show you this property.
Fire Insurance J. A. EASTES, Agent,
Notary Publio Orcjjoii St., bend, OR.
SOME GOOD BUYS
51800Two Lots near Depot Site.
$1500 300x100 feet and nice, four-room cottage.
$1000 KHLINQUISHMIiNT; i6o-Acre IlomeHead; good
5room house; improvements cost ovcr $6oo; situated
between Bend, Rctjmond and I.nidlnw.
$15,500 160 acres improved land ili miles from Beud; good
house, barn and out buildings.
$36 per Acre 160 acroi of choice land 7 miles out.
$1000 .10 acres; small house; 5' milci from city, and a good
piece of laud; $600 cash, balance on time.
JgflT" I have listed 'Business and Residence property in atl
parts of the City utid Additions also. FARM PROPBRTY In
List Your Property with Me
Alany Calls for
A, A. DICKItV
J, V. MCCI.UHU
We have farm lands and city property
for sale. If you wish to purchase, see
us. If youi have anything for sale, see
us. We are here for business and will
treat you right.
ST AR BAKERY
fit, r itrlM an Cain. :: Maali Sarvad at Ragulw
for Quick Snlcs. 1 Am Having
PARM PROPERTY. 1
Wall Street, Bend
lloml St next to Bulletin Office,
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