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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1910)
THE JUNCTION C IT Y.
Situated JO miles south of Henri, on the Oregon
Trunk llnilronri and on the Natron Cut-oft of the
Southern Pacific, Crcsenl oilers Great Investment
Dargains. Special Inducement for Husiucss Men
and Home Makers. Autoiuohile Service from Henri
LOTS ON EASY TERMS
See L. L. FOX, Uenri Agent
Central Ore. Improvement Co.
1.. P. WAKEFIELD, MnnoRcr, Crcccnt, 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 STREET, MINI), OR.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
M. J. KELLY
Davit Bulldlngr. Wall St.,
A. D. MOE, The Tailor
Has received a full line of
Fall and Winter Samples
Suits made to order from $15 00 up, Call and
. see the sampled before buying elsewhere. Clehti
iug and pressing Riven upccial attention,
Shop on Bond St.
National Cash Market
Davits Uulldlng, Wall Stmt
F. W. STAFFORD, Proprietor
MERCHANT TAILORING A' SPECIALTY
J Ac ften's tJoqgerij
FINK ASSORTMENT OF
SUMMER SHIRTS SSoUK
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR
The Nettletcm Shoe
anew juriTrU'C nrnf tcpdc
A. L. FRENCH .
VH Street, . - - BEND, OKEGON
A STRENUOUS DAY
PICNICKERS HAVE IIIQll TIAIG
Runaway, Tight-wire Performance
and Impromptu Swimming Stunt
Add to Enjoyment of HttUul
Wlietljcr It win lccaute of the multl
luriinotu militant of the day, or In p!le
of llicin, the 10 picnickers who enjoyed
l)r, and Mn. Merrill' hospitality at the
Minor Ilnmeitead la.t Sunday had a de
cidedly leaint holiday.
PromitarHo finlili It wm a comedy
of error. A double runaway atarted the
day. A the team drlten by Morrt
Lara came Into camp the horaea bolted,
wherupon the pair pretldcd over by K,
II. Gould followed iult out of ympthy,
Gould alio followed tlitin, ovtt thedath
board, the miKKX "hanging up" on a
.tump and the hortei proceeding with
an aitortmentol broken harne. The
doubletree, ihixletrec and the tongue
were bully atnaihed.
After a much appreciated luncheon
lervtd by Mr. Merrill and the Miuei
Market, Young and Richardson, who
had been vlillori at the ranch for a
week, the party, In relay, crntied the
river in Dr. Mitchell' boat brought
down the liver for the purpoe. The
more itrenuou walked down to Ken
ham l'alli. Many wlthed to croa then
to the eait bank. Whereupon II. J.
Orerturf itcrped Into the breach and
embarked upon a tight rope trip. Uiing
the wile cable acroi tne river upon
which lung the pully car of the U. S.
G. 8., going hand-overdiaml and occa
sionally retting, hanging by hi feel
monkey ityle, the aerial navigator made
hii way acrou, returning with a boat
for the other.
While G. r. Putnam returned the
Mitchell boat to it home, i mile up
liver, W. W. I'aulkner put in hi ap
pearance on the weit bank oppoaite the
houte, the party and hit i upper. While
the boat wai being recalled Dr. Faulk
ner got tired of waiting and iwaut the
A frantic aearch for "bit" horar, ul
timately found In thicket loo feci from
the home, ended the day, all returning
PURE STREAMS PLEA
California Organization Point Out
Nccealiy of Keeping Water Pure.
A circular Issued by the Califor
nia Club has been brought to the
attculion of The Bulletin by a Bend
citiixu, with the request that atten
tion be called to its contents. The
circular, under the caption "A Plea
lor Pure btrcaros" outlines the
vital necessity of keeping the
streams, whence comes the
country's drinking water, free from
contamination. In part, the
"Plea" is as follows:
Picnicker: Your enjoyment ii lack
ing without the aireami; why deatroy
their friuged eilgea, ipoil their ahade, or
render their water umightly with traihf
Campeit: Dig hole to receive all
rubulih, ucuiralue and bury of burn re
line. Do not burden the alreaiu wlih
Iloutekcericra: Iimntytio lubt. clean
ing of cither tlih, fowl, animal, fruit,
vegetable or dairy into your adjacent
Farmer: Do not use arrovaaordrv
chainu for v'aulta. lookluu to atorm to
clean them. Think of your neighbor
oaiovr. vonuuer tne milk lupply ami
the poiioued water for the atock.
Copies of Interesting: Paper on Dec
chutes VaHey for DUtrtouUon.
The Bulletin is in receipt of a
number of copies of U. S. District
Forecaster Beat's clitnatological re
port upon the Deschutes Valley,
much of. whose subject matter was
published in the issue of June 15
The report is in the form of an ex
tract reprinted from the Monthly
Weather Review. It is fully illus
trated with a map aud photographs,
and contains valuable and accurate
information and statistics concerning
the climatical conditions of this sec
tion, Upon receipt of postage The
Bulletin will be glad to mail this
paper to interested parties.
Better Road to Slaters.
According to Judge Ellis the
work oi putting the Bcud-Laldlaw-Sisters
road in first-class shape
for automobiles will be undertaken
nt once. A man will be sent over
the route to remove all the stones
and high centers which now inter
fere with cars of low clearance.
Otherwise the road is in spleudid
If you wish to have your ex
presa aud light freight come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have ft come in on the mail
line, Thk Cosnxtt Stags &
Stablk Co. astf
We ere agents for the
TlUt rtHST LINK OP AUTOS
IN CJ'.NTKAI, OREGON- We
Anywhere, Any Time.
Cent. Ore. Realty Co,
Phone No. I.
Harness and Saddlery
Trunks and Valises
For Salx -Home Comfort cook
ing range. Apply Bulletiu office.
Wall Taper at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapen and Beit Wall Paper Sam
plea in the county. Get
F. O. MINOR
LI FE FI R E 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. DAVIDBOM, Ser. O.O. CO. M.W.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OVriCB IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK M.DO.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUM.,
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICII OVKR FIRST NATIONAL BK.
Office Hour: 10 to 12 a.m.; 1 to 3 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Bund, : Orhgon
Dr. A. A. BURRIS,OT
Hollr. DIkum SucctuTully TrwtnJ
Without the Ue of Drat or Suigtry, by
the Natural Method, of Healing. Chron
ic DImvki a KpccUUr, Coa.ulutlon Free
Member ot tae Atatc aet N.tloml Naturopath
OSta la Johatou BM-., Bnl, Oregon
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORGE S. YOUNG
FOUR HORSE LIVERY.
Bend Livery, Feed & Stable Co.
J. H. WENANDV, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF LIGHT AND IIEAVV
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 for Sal.
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER
WITH L, I), WIXST. C. X.
FARM AND CITY PROPERTY, ACREAGE,
See Us For Bargains
in Real Estate
The Home Land Company
OF BEND, OREGON
W. V. ORCUTT, Manager
Write Us For
IT We advertise extensively all over the United States
and consequently get many inquiries from prospective
buyers. List your lands with us. We can sell for you.
IT Come to see us when you are in town."
Hotel Dalles 1
The Dalles. Oregon H
The Dalies, Oregon
You are cordially Invited to make TUB HOTEL DALLES yonr
reating place while waiting over between train on your way to ami
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modem hotel; steam
heat, elevator; auitea and room with baths. Pint clasa cafe. Rate
ranging from joe and $1 upward. .
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
N. K. CLARKE, Manger.
The Bend Machine Shop
HENRY LINSTER, Prop.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
We have Milling: 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. 8UNTEN
Central Oregon Automobile Company
WENAM-WJNTEN AUTQKIMUi CI.
betweeu Shaniko, Madras, Red hi oh d aad Bend and all
interior points, For further information write
Central Oregon Automobile Co,
Sea HENRY SCMOWEL, Be! At
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
THE BULLETIN U the leading uewspapr of CENTRAL OREGON