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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1910)
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Choice Residence Lots.
Beginning: on Thursday, September 1, 1910, we will sell 100 lots in Wiestoria at greatly reduced rates.
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Wiestoria is located in the center of the residence additions to Bend. The lots arc, with few exceptions, 50x110 feet, nil alleys are 20 feet
wide and the streets, being 60 and 80 feet in width, not only sufficiently provide for ingress and egress to and from the property, but also for
proper sidewalk spaces and passageways for future electric lines. Most of the property is but a few blocks from the Oregon Trunk depot location
and Is conveniently situated in reference to schools, depot, business portion, churches and manufacturing sites. Two PERPETUAL WATER
RIGHTS, one from the Pilot Butte Canal and one from the Arnold Canal, arc appurtenant to Wiestoria.
EACH LOT WILL CARRY WITH IT A PERPETUAL AND FREE WATER RIGHT.
Every lot in Wiestoria is thoroughly protected by comprehensive building and other restrictions. ABSOLUTELY NO OBJECTIONABLE
ESTABHSHA1ENTS OF ANY DESCRIPTION WILL BE PERMITTED. The position of buildings upon lots is regulated, so that all will be
uniform distance from the street. WIESTORIA WILL BE THE RESIDENCE SECTION OF BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND ATTRACTIVE STREETS.
Wiestoria has impressive Pilot Butte for a background. From an elevation of 3650 feet it gently slopes westerly towards the Cascades
and Bend, affording magnificent views of 10 snow-capped mountain peaks and the far-stretching timber lands.
The Bend Bulletin of July 27, 1910, in its comments on the different additions to Bend, refers to Wiestoria as follows: "This land is beauti
fully situated, commanding a magnificent mountain view, and is dotted with junipers and stately pines."
Every sales contract or deed for the 100 lots to be put on sale September 1 has an individual number.
HNP f OD1VPD I OT PDPP to the lucky purchaser who holds
Vni, WV.IVHwI IVI fEC THE WINNINQ NUMBER.
CENTRAL OREGON REALTY COMPANY
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon Exclusive Agents.
AUTO LINE SOUTH
Hay Harvesttaj: Makes RaHroadlaz
Problems Easier Owners lnpect
TewMke HotdlflS Poil-
hy ef Irrigation Eattrprhe.
CrescxxT, Ore., Anguit 32. P. Z.
Baldwin and P. A. Gordon, of Klamklb
Fall, have begun a scrnl-weelclv auto
service between Klamalb Falls and Cret
cent, itopplng at Wakefield, Corral
Spring! and Crater, en route. They are
making the trip a an experiment in
aa endeavor to ascertain whether a
route will par. Mesr. Baldwin and
Gordon propose to make regular trip.
tearing Klamath Fall Tuesdays and
Saturday for Crescent and, returning,
leave Cretccnt Wednesdays and Sun
day. Contractor McPbee and District En
icineer Lintner of the Oregon Trunk,
made an automobile trip over the right'
olway last week, to examine tbe route
and ascertain tbe amount of t'radinir.
The new hay crop bat been harvested
and feed for tbe contractors' horses Is
more plentiful thau it was a month ago,
Engineers Milligan, Kyle and Kelly are
lookl'iic up tbe line between tbe Rescrv
ation and Klamath Palls and it U possi
ble that a new contract may be awarded
before tbe mouth is up.
M. B. Jefferrof tbe firm of Kaesy,
Hmaasoa & Jeflcry of Portland, with a
party of friends was here en route to
Lake Well and Crescent, where they
will spend a week bunting and fishing.
O. K. Jeffery, a brother of M. I)., recent!)
pilotted party of Portland people here
and spent a week at tbe lakes. Tbe re
sult of the outing was shown in recent
iaatHM of tbe Portland newspaper show
ing picture of tbe scenery about the
lake and an interview with Mr. Jeffery
praMng the country as an ideal sports
D, P. King, secretary, an J L, P,
Wakefield, manager of the Central Ore
gon Improvement Co and O W. Olson.
capitalist of Portland, owner of the
towAMtea 01 crescent, waxencm ana
Corral Springs, were here looking over
the company's properties last week and
making arrangements for improvement.
Tuey returned to Seattle tbe first of tbe
George Gottlieb, a member of En
ulnaer Kyle' survey party of tbe Ore
get Trunk, ka secured a leave of ab
swsoe to attend to work on bis ranch
Mar btrc. Kyle's crew is now survey.
ing Mar the Williamson River about
eight mile from Klamath Agency.
I Klamath Pall and Portland to be gone
'about two weeks. lie will confer with
I tbe Hunter Land Co., by whom he is
employed as engineer, with reference to
preliminary surveying or an irrigation
project which will include the land to
the west and south of Crescent. The
company plans to secure water from
Crescent Lake, Crocent marsh and the
NEW STORE OPENS.
Red Cross Drug Store Starts Business
Tomorrow tbe Red Cross Drug Co.
opens its establishment in tbe new build
ing on Wall street just completed for
John White by Sberrltt & Woolley. A.
Segal, one of tbe proprietors, will have
entire charge of tbe store' management.
To interest Bend people and attract
them into tbe store be has hit upon a
novel scheme of giving attractive fouV'
enirs to the first buyers of bis well-as
sorted stock, Every customer making
a $t purchase will receive bis choice of
a big collection of imported Japanese
novelties, paste work creations, lu vases,
bowls and travs, or bis selection from an
assorted lot of brass novelties.
The Segal have another drug store at
Madras. The new store here is thor
oughly equipped and up-to-date In every
way, and is stocked with a large assort
meut of goods.
Notice of Disohitloa of Partnership,
Notice Is hereby giren that H B. Lattln sad
II. Hcrrinftou h.v dissolved their partnership
under tbe name of lattln & ll-rtiaKlon. Iltic
Iter Mr. Lattlu will conduct the butlncM in hit
own umc. It
Real Estate Transfer.
.(ParnUhed by Crook County Abstract Co.)
C II. Kills and wife to A. K. Burris,
lot it, block 1, Deschutes. Consider
Ole Erickson to Detly Erickson, tei
of seX. of neX of seV, X of setf
of netf Sec. ao; tw( of sw( of nm.
etf of swtf of nw M. nX of sw and
stf of neX of wX Sec 38, T. 18, K. 17.
(Uuitciaimncetf) consideration t.
Florence W. Drake et al to Oregon
Trunk Railway, tract in nex 01 neX
Sec 5, T. 18. R. 1 j. (Correction deed).
Patent. United States to Clara IX.
Campbell. seX Sec. 8, T. 18, R. u.
Clara M. Campbell to Jennie Sellers,
seX Sec 8, T 18 R. la. Consideration
Walter E. Slum to Albert N. Johnson.
wj nl ne' of nw! and uwX of
swX Sec. 34, T. 31, R. II. Considera
Robert J. Walker and wire to Albert
Johnson, e of nwX and w of ueX
Sc. a6, T. 31, R. 11. Consideration
William II. Conant to Albert N. John
son, ejf of ceX WX ' neU '"'
neX of eX Sec. 35, T. 31, R. II. Con
United States to William Evringbam,
seXofseX Sec. 11, wX of swX fee.
la, nwX of nwX Sec 13 and neX o(
neX Sec. 14, T. aa, R. II.
United States to Robert J. Walker,
etf of nwX sd wX f " Sec a6, T.
31, R. 11.
United Stat to Dudley Mayfield,
ssX of nwX. X oi neX. MX Mi
Sec 13, i. 31, II.
United State to Thomas I Hammer.
t of nwX. eX of UWH ot ,w'( "'
uwX 01 neK Sec 35, T. 31, K. II.
United Slates to Carry Evringbam,
nwX Sec. 10, T. aa, R. 11.
United State to Martha L. Mayfield.
eX neX. neX cX Sec.
wX Sec ta, T. 31. R. 11.
United State to Malaclil C. Mayfield,
X nH Sec. la, T. aa, R. 11,
United State to Walter E. Sharp.
X nwX, neX nwX & wX WU
Sec 34, T. at, R. 11.
United States to William II Conant,
eK neX, wX eX neX of eX Sec. 35.
T. at, R. it.
Kotic Is hereby tlrtn th.l Orrf on Trunk Ball
way hat Alol with the recorder of the city o(
Ueod. lit petition, and will, at the regular meet.
lobhttdalSo'cloclfVMKs oa lhauilhday of
(Ktober lu, present lis pillion BBManply far
the vacation of the portions of iTTFTullowlnr
named alreis and alleys that lie between nih
and lllh streets In the city o( nemt. to-win
lunlDcr Avenue. Ironwunl Avenue. Hawthorn
Acnue, and Fir Avenue, and the alleya la blocks
Dy Caaav At Kiaa, Its Attorneys.
Dated Aug tuftsin, 1910,
WILL BE CARRIED IN STOCK BY -US HEREAFTER.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of Ihe Interior,
U, S, taod UtBcc at The Halle. Orecon,
Notice Is hereby given that
whoe ooalomcc addreaa It Bend. Croak Count.
rirezon, did, on tbe 10th day of October, 1900. Ale
la this aflVce Sworn statement and Applicailon,
No. oj4jA, to purchase the HWHIIK ec. 3, Tp
H..K u Kaat Willamette Merhiian, and Ihr
timber thereon, under Ihe orovUluna oflheaei
of June j, island acts amendatory, known at
inv"iiruiranq nione ijaw," si aucn value aa
M..I.H. IU..I.. ..M m ...M I.S.HAH. BM4 .k.. ......
euanttotucb rpptlcaiion, the land and timber
Ibereoii have been eallmaled and valued by ap
plicant, the limber estimated laa.txa board fret
at 1 1 .00 per M ,aud thulaud nothioe. that aaid
applicant will oiler 0ntt proof in support or her
atibtlcallon and aworn atatemeut on the aolh d.v
of October, lyio. before II C lilllt, U. b. Com.
mUaloucr, al hit office at Dend, Uiefon.
Any person It at liberty to protest this pur
chase before entry, or Initiate a route.! at any
lime before patent it.uet, by Alloc a corroborat
edamdavlilnthlaotace, atlriloc fsctt which
would defeat the entry,
j-ji C. W. uqOMt, Uecltter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of Interior,
U. S. Mnd OAcc, I.akelew, Or.,
Wlitbtfl U. Howard,
01 Hinianu, wrerot, woo on reuruary 14
tffit i" j.w.uu.iva tmijt nv,
M lOXilKC, 1J
TEe Red Cross
Patent Medicines, Pure
COMPLETE LINE OF
Expert Experienced HegLstcredrhnrmttcist
at your command
1 vi. rot
e. it: nelf uwlf. awu u nil ..u
nwM, Bee. , T. 8., R. la ., VV. M., h. fllcd
notice ol Intention lo make 1'lriil 't Year
l-ropf toeatablUh cUlm to Ihe land above de.
scribed, before U 8. CommUaioner, W I), West,
at Silver Lake, Oresou, on the a jrd day of bep
teraberigio. ' r
Claimant names at wltuestesi
Oeorfe Hewitt, Vranklloeue, h, C.Caldwell,
George Hly, all of KosUnd, lire.
ARTHUR W. OKTON.
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Call on or telephone us for the Ucst Seasoned Wood.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
V, a Land office at The Dalles, Ore.,
Notice Is hereby glren that
. . I.ouetta i'ulllam,
ofTumalo.prefoii,who,ou Julv is, iooj, made
Uetert Ind Kulrv. (Serial No. 087), Ko. 571, lor
NM NW, and gWNIW. Hei. Vto. i tl.', K.
11 It., W, M., has filed notice of Inleutlou to
make Vlnsl Woof In 'ealabtlih rliim in iha i.hH
above dcKribcd, before II, C. Kills, U. 0. Com.
mlstloner. at bit oBice, at Bend, Oregon, 04 Ihe
till day of Heptember, 1910.
iiawaui names as wiluesteti
Hubert A. H2omlll Vrril W. I.v,rn Am...
O. I'ulllam, Cbarrc W, Tlioiuwslte, allof Turn,
alo, Ore. C. W, HOORK.
il-'J tUtiatcr, 1
Custom Wood Sawing Solicited.
All wood Is cut grcea, therefore nssuriiiR pood live wood
Wm. P. DOWNING, Proprietor. ,
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tabtealwayi supplied with the bos t that tho town afford.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms, Uknd, Okkgon
Jeetfk h. Rlngo left last week for
Try THK iVILLtTIN for Job PriMln.