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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1910)
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
M. C."" Miller was lu towu on
Lee Davenpurt left yesterday for
a visit to Mexico.
Pearl Fulkcrson of Powell Dulles
wan In Bend last Friday.
F. II. Morion and family were
up from Laidlaw last Tnursday,
WANTKB A woman for general
housework. Mrs. H. 1. Am.kn.
Harmon Cook is acting as Laid
law correspondent for The Bulletlu.
On Monday M. J. Kelly returned
from an extensive trip in Washing
ton, Cooks who make the bent pie
crust use Cleveland's Bakiug Pow
der. C I). Allen was down from his
Deschutes Meadows rauch yester
day. Wantkd Woman for kitchen
work. Apply at Arnold Restau
rant. "Dad" Triplett has been in Dend
this week from bis up-river home
stead. For Salk Chickens and two-year-old
colt. Inquire of ltd Hal-vorsou,
You are Cordially Invited
The Fall Opening
Enlarged and Re-constructed
Saturday, September Third
From? A. M. to 10 P.M.
J. T. Robinson, Jr., and his sis
ter, Mi Prances, left for Seattle
Take your prescriptions to Red
Cnm Drue Store for accuracy and
fresh Drugs, tf
Ed. 3. Orindelaud, formerly of
Bend, has moved from Woodburu
to Silvertou, Ote.
Warranty Deeds, Bonds for Deed
and Mortgage Blanks for sale at
the Bulletin office.
Henry Whltsett and D, V. Mac
Jutosh have none to the luountaius
on r hunting trip.
A. R. Thompson and G. O. Cor
belt of Hutchinson, Kan., are
guests at Hotel Bend.
Foi? SalkA good team, new
harness and wagon, cheap. In
quire at Bulletin office. tf
Herbert E. Allen's residence has
received a fresh staining, Nick
Welder doing the work.
A. A, Davis of Klamath Marsh
and W, C. Buick of Silver Lake
were iu town yesterday,
Most up-to-date complete pre
scription room iu Central Oregon
at Red Cross Drug Store. f
Hairy Smith is opening a quick
lunch coffee house iu the old post
office building on Wall street. '
Joe Duckholts has raised some
fine watermelons on hit ranch two
miles from town on the Prineville
Charles Goetjen ban bought out
Barney Lewis' interest in the
city dray and hereafter will oper
ate it alone.
Wm. P, Dawning has taken a
contract to (urnith the Stevens
shingle mill with 250 cords of
The regular business meeting of
the Whatsoever will be held next
Friday afternoon at the home ot
Mrs. A. C. Lucas,
Mrs. Bess T. Baker took the
prize ns best pastry cook in Crook
County. She always .uses Cleve
land's Baking Powder.
Peter Lehrnian, the proprietor of
the blacksmith shop opposite the
Hotel Bend, says he will build a
new shop in the uear future.
There will be a dance next Satu
unlay ot Duster's Variety Hall.
Free skating every Tuesday and
Friday afternoon, for ladies, tf
A large party of young people
spent Saturday and Sunday on a
cumpiug picnic party at the Minor
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Homestead above Bcnhara Falls.
Lost A Small Vulcanizer, be
tween Redmond and Bend, 011 Au
gust 17. I will give $3 reward for
its return. H. H, Daviks. 34-26
Pnv Sai.m Ciikap i nairaoo.lb
capacity 'agate bearing, platform
ana scoop "iiowe counter scales.
Arnold's Rkstaurant. 33-34
Dr. W. W. Faulkner bow It estab
lished In hU new and wcll'cquippcd
dental oftce lu The Bulletin tiuiltllnx
and is ready to do all kinds of dental
Charles Barnes will be in Bend
lu a few days to clerk in the Red
Cross Drug store, taking charge of
the establishment in Mr. Segal's
A. A. Thorson, the watchmaker
and jeweller, is now installed in Ihr
Red Cross Drug Store, where he
wll) have a considerable jewelry
For Salx Two good rauches.
One 330 acres and one about 500
acres. Both improved. About 25
mitet from Bend. Inquire of Dick
vandevert, oenu, 33-36
J. N. Hunter is having a side
wald constructed by Sutherland &
Mcintosh in front of lot 13 of block
5, just south of the P. B. D. Co,
office ob Wall Surtct.
Mr. and Mts. II, V Ardery left
Bend yesterday lor Seattle. Thev
made proof on their 160 acres of I).
I. P. land this week. They prob
ably will return next Spring.
Charles Boyd f fitting up the
store room in the Mulzlg Block next
to John Legat's on Oregon street,
and will open a meat market there
the end of this week or the first of
The Bulletin lini received a
stock of new blue print maps of
urooic wonnty, which have been
made during the lust month, show
inn railroads, etc. The inar4 ar-
on sale at $t each,
Millard Triolett and T. E. I?d.
wards, out for the Republican and
Democratic nomination for Sheriff,
left together yesterday for a brief
campaigning tour through Red
mond. Madras and Prineville.
For Salk A cottage organ,
kitchen treasure, (large size,)
dishes, cooking utensils, lamp.
Singer sewing machine, cow. chest
of carpenter tools and a set of
double harness. G. W. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mrwn and
two daughter, and T. H. Curlew
left here last week to cross the
mountains. They will pick and
can fruit in the Willamette Valley
and return in about three weeks.
The Bend Bulletin will give a
copy of the special Central Oregon
edition of the Portland Chamber of
Commerce Bulletin to all paying
overdue subscriptions before Sep
lember 15, as well as to new sub
L. L. Fox and family returned
Saturday from a camping trip at
Lakes Crescent and Udell. Mr
Fox says there are many small fire
in tbe country west of Crescent, but
that all are in black pine and are
doing practically no damage.
Lost A team of mares, about
850 weight. One grey, one bav.
Branded8 on left shoulder. Both
have halters on. Lost six miles
east of Prineville road. Send in
formation to Bulletin office. -0
reward for recovery. Clarknck
V. Bakto. i4tf
S. D. Percival and family ot
Madras arrived in Bend Saturday
for a few days visit with Mrs. Per
cival's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L
W. McReynolds. The Percivals
werjc members of a party on their
way to Crescent Lake for an out
ing. Geo. Mays and family, tMr.
and Mrs. Fred Mtaal, W. S. Jen
nings and son Joe, all of Madras,
were the othr members of tbe
BEATS NEW ENGLAND
Vermoat Mm k WeM Pleased
Raachcr Near Bend.
Willis Benson, who lives about
4 miles out on the Prineville road,
brought in some hue samples of
irrigated products. Among the
exhibits were oats jrrown on raw
land, finely filled out and standing
about 5 feet high. Clover stand
ing 24 inches high, medium red
variety, cut exactly three months
after sowing, was one of the pro
ducts of Mi. Benson's ranch which
bespoke the fertility of tbe soil.
The entire 40 acres was 'sol id
xagebrush" in March 1909, says
Mr. teuton. Now there are plum
trees which have grown over 3 Icet
this spring. All his apple trees,
40 iu number, are doing splendidly,
only two having been lost.
"I have never seen a country
where things grow so fast as they
do in this," said Mr. Ueuson. "I
have farmed iu Vermont Tor 40
years, raising a lot of clover, and
other grasses in my time, but I've
never seen nearly as good remits
wfth all kinds of oats, wheat aud
clover, as those I've seen here."
Central Oregon Canal Breaks.
A break occurred iu the D. I. &
P, Co's. Central Oregou caual last
Saturday at mile ten. It is ex
pected that the break will be -repaired
by tomorrow night, twelve
teams and a force of men being on
Lucas Hrick BuHdhtg PrOKrwe.
Work on Bend's first brick resi
dence i progressing well, Hunnel
& Kiswoner having completed the
foundation work on A C, Lucas's
new house and some 25,000 brick
now being on the ground ready for
laying. The building, in the
shape of a cross, has exterior di
mensions of 44x33 feet.
Prove Up oh Hitch Lands.
Among those who have "proved
up" on their ditch lands on the D
I. & P. Co.'s segregation during
the last two months are the follow
ing: A. A. Burris, Wm Muir
head, Win. Ardery, Cora Swiger,
V. Wornstaff; H J Sottoug, M,
C, Miller, J. H, Miller, Mark Da
venport, Frank Davenport, J. R,
Linn, Leve fiolnver, Russell Catlin,
Ralph Grimes, B V. Olcor, Claude
Sctltemire, Jatwtte A. Coleman,
Ruth C. Williams and Asm L,.
Commercial Club at'Crect.
Altlmiitfli Crescent In barely ninety
days old It bat commercial clf, one
having heen formed by the cltlrens last
week. At the Aral meeting plM (up
furthering the Interest of the town
were discussed and the following officer
elected for the ensuing yrar: President,
I' C, Koblnson; vice-president,. A. J.
Wakefield; secretary. K. O. Rourk:
treasurer. J-weph h. Rlngo. Director:
V. C. Robinson, O. R LaPollcftc, R .
Rourk, A. N. Wakefield and J. L. Rln
KO. The club will hold regular weekly
Hand us your subscription.
Members of The
BEND REALTY BOARD
BKND TOWNSITB CO.
BEND REALTY EXCHANGE
J. L. BYRNE
CENTRAL ORE. REALTY CO.
CROOK COUNTY REALTY CO.
DESCHUTES REALTY CO.
J. A. BASTES
HOME LAND CO.
O. C. HENKLE
HOMESEEKERS LAND CO.
W. R. RILEY
BEND LODGE No. 139
A. P. & A. M.
Meets on Thursday on or
before the full moon of each
month. Vuitintr brothers
J. o. OAVIOSON. Scr. U.O.COC.M.'.
Mrs. E. J. Herring
Facial Massage, Skmpm, SciJf
Manicure Articles. Marcel Combs, Ideal
Brashes, Skin Food, SmiUry Hair Rolls.
Dr. A. A. BURRIS, tfSSS&
llrslrr. !( BurccMfullr Trt.tcd
Wichoat the Dk or Drag or Surgery, by
(he Natural UcUmmIs of Healing. Chion
Ic Iirmrt a Specialty . Consultation Free
Mttsbrf orthe Mate and National Naturopath
OOce la JohnvMi BUtc Bend. Orrcoo
Hereeshoctag a Specialty.
Corner Bond and Oregon Streets.
Physician and Surgeon
Deschutes Banking and Trust Co.
Wall street, Bend, Or.
F. H. MAY
GEORGE S. YOUNQ
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICK IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLUO.
Vernon A. Forbes
FIRST NATIONAL RANK BX.DO.,
BKND, ---... OXKQON
U. C. COt, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVKR FIRST NATIONAI. Bk
OSce Hours: 10 to la a, m.; 1 to 3 and
7 to 8 p. m,
Bxnd, -: Okkgon
F. O. MINOR
LIFE FIRE ACCIDENT
Notary Public and ConveyancjnK All
&gal raprraC"rrecUv I)rawnv
Crook County Abstract Co.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLB
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