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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1911)
HAPPENINGS IN SOUTH' ADVERTISING LEAFLET
Something Doing For livery body
Dancing, Partlcn, Trip Making,
Visiting, Hauling nnd Improve
ment Work Occupies All.
ISSUED BY CLUB.
ROWLAND, Ore., Feb. 13. Ralph Cald
well was in Bend on business Wednes.
.Mr. Kflie Howard was taken ick
while visiting t V. II. Hoard' last
Sunday and was unable to resume her
ilutlei at teacher of the Mastcn school
Mm. Ed. Rourk and children of Cres
cent have been visiting the Caldwell for
the past tsvo eek. A dance was given
in hei honor at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cald
well' lat Tuesday evening.
The ShulU'sand Pordhsmasoent Wed
nesday evening at Kalph Catdwtl"
They spent the evening very pleautly
at cant and music
Chrla Anderson has completed a well
on hi homestead and I making prt
aration to build.
Mr. and Mr. Shrlner expect to leave
for Bend the firt of the week.
Vlss Ktie Wright, of Fort Rock, U
visiting Mr. and Mr. . S. Busley at
Frank Bogue has gone to Madras for a
load of grain. ,
Mr. Lewis from Big River, ha heel
painting and papering the I.a Fine Hotel
but hail to discontinue work on sauie. tc
cause of lack of material.
Mr. Holllnshi-sd burned hcrartnqui'i
badly last Satunlny. " ,
Chis. Jackson returned to hi home,
tteail at Fort Rock last week.
Mi. Osbum has been hauling hay from
the Ttngra ranch the past week. Tom
Sly was also hauling trout the tame
Miss Grigsby i suffering from a e
Mr. and Mr. J. N. Mastrn have recov
ered from their recent sicknrv and will
leave for Portland Monday morning
Mr. Nettie Shultx ii going to stay with
the children while they are away.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beesley entertained
the following at a turkey dinner Sunday:
Mr. and Mr. Ridgley and children; Mr.
and Mr J. S. Bogue; Mr. Frank Bogur;
Mr. Nettie Shultz: Mr. and Mr. W. C.
Fordham; Misses Elna Shultz, Mary
Bogue, Elsie Wright, Lillie Rogut:
Messrs. George Bogue, Ivan Shultz and
Rrnest Beesley. A fine time was enjoy.
cd by all.
A dance was given at the home of Mr.
Nettle Sliulli last Friday evening bt
Ernest Beesley and Cha. Carmichael.
There were about fitrly5c present
Commercial Organisation Publishes
Outline of Bend' Attraction nrnl
Renourcc Temporarily tn rill
Need and Answer Inquiries.
The following i. the subject mut
ter of n new leaflet jut tailed by
the Rend Commercial Club. It N
being inclosed in nil tetters ent nut
by the organization, and already
i eliciting numerous inquiries for
more detailed information concern
ing specific snbjem Such inquir
ies receive full personal letters in
Bend Is the lt known of the Cen
tral Oregon towns and the most talked
of town In the West to-day. In nil
Oregon no city has been located w Ith
a keener eyo to future development
and none is situated mora beautifully
Rend Is the distributing point for an
empire of untouched and unmeasured
potential wealth timber, grain, fruit,
stock, dairy, garden, mineral and
Ilcnd Is a thriving town with a water
system, electric lighting system, free
library, two solid banks, excellent
hotels, a newspaper and many other
municipal asset worthy of a town
several times It size.
Bend has easy access to largo quanti
fies of the best of clay for brick mak
ing purposes and many varieties of
building stone. This together with
the inexpensive lumber manufactured
on the spot, offer excellent advantages
Bond High School graduates are ad
mitted to the State University without
examination, and tho lower grades are
as distinctive In their excellence.
Rend has four prosperous churches
and many secret and bcnovolent
Bend homes arts the finest and most
artistic in all Central Oregon.
Bend Is In every respect as attrac
tive to the homescekor as to the Investor.
Complete Lino of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
lietwceti Greenwood nud Oregon
MYERS (& WILKEY, Props.
BYRNE REAL ESTATE
Of All Kinds Bought, Sold ond Exchanged.
Wc linve n very extensive list of DUSCIIUTKH
VAI.I.KV IKKItiATltl) LANDS.
Wc btlu the property Owners mid the Outside
, BYRNE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
llutullnu IIIiIk., Wall .St . Heud, Ore.
CARTER IS COM1NO
to make the wet wood burn.
Take a load and try it. Drop
me a card in the P O box 61
F. M. CARTER
1 ' '
Big Reduction in
Come soon and make
your selections. These
goods will not last
long at the reduced
prices put on them.
A. L. FRENCH, Prop.
Bend, the rrtoposKD teiiminus op
the Oregon Thcnk Railway, is the
FinsT joint Hill and IlAitrtiMAN
STATION SOOTH OF THE COLUMBIA LO
CATED DHIECTLY ON THE DESCIIOTIS
Rivr.lt. Trains on the Hill lino will lie
running Into Bend by June 1st. The
Harrlman system have officially an
nounced the continuation of their line
via Bend to connect with tho Natron
Bend will- bo the Junction of the east
and west Hill lino extending across
the state and connecting with the
Burlington at some point In Idaho,
surveys hating been completed and all
BEND, WITH TWO OUTLETS IN
TO THE MARKETS OF CALI
FORNIA AND TWO OUTLETS INTO
THE MARKETS OF PORTLAND
AND THE NORTH, AND A DIRECT
OUTLET FOR ITH TIMBER PRO
DUCTS TO THE WAITINO MARK
ETS OF THE EAST, HAS AN UN
SURPASSED ECONOMIC AND
Bend will distribute the product to
and from the territory that will profit
most by this, the greatest railroad
building in America to-day.
THE STORE OF QUALITY
S. C. CALDWELL. Prop.
We carry anything: you
want in these lines. All
kinds of building mater
ial. The only place to
get a guaranteed Stude
Our Prices Save You
future Is one of vast possibilities.
Bend Is so situated that all the pro
duct of this territory can Iw brought
to It on downgrade hauls overyeur
around good roads.
BendTias the cheap power to operate
Hour mills for tho whout of this tribu
Bend is headquarters for the Central
Oregon Irrigation Company, whose
Carey Act segregation embraces 218,
000 acres in the Immediate vicinity.
Upon this soil, which is a rich volcanic
ash practically all of the products of
tho temperate zone can be grown.
Fruit raising is m yet In Its Infancy,
but, with every prospect of a bright
future. Alfalfa, clover, oats, wheal
and all root crops thrive. Sugar beets
produced here excel in quality and
yield, and will form tho foundation for
a vast industry. Prof. Whitycombe,
of the Oregon Agricultural College,
after a careful investigation, aya that
the territory adjacent to Bend offers
opportunities for dairying that uro
Bend will nroflt by Irrigation, the
Bend has 220,000 horse tiower easily
i obtainable from the DwiciiuttM, "The
Itlvor of Gold." A 1700 horse power
plant now supplies electricity to prac
tically all the residences and business
houses In the city. Nowhere U more
abundant or cheacr power obtainable.
' Bend's nearness to the supply of raw
material and the combination of cheup
and readily obtainable jwwur hjmjIIs a
great manufacturing future.
Bend is where hailiioad, ntiti-
OATEl) LANDS, ItlVF.lt AND TIMIIKIt
FIHHT MEET. Tributary to Bend on
down-grade hauls Is 20,000,000,000 feet,
of the finest yellow tilnu Umber to be
found anywhere, flonldes providing
the cheat) ower for the tullllngof this
timber, iiend offers thn Iwst of mill
pond facilities. The manufacturing by
companies who have large holdings of
this timber and who huvu tdgnllli-d
their Intention of looming at Iiend
will support u population of 10,000
peoplo. conservatively estimated.
Bend is the natural milling and dis
tributing iwlnt for all of this timber.
Bend's call to tho out-of-door en
thusiast Is most alluring. No stream
In the state can VJtTer ilshing that com
pares with the Deschutes. Boar, deer,
cougars and wild cats uro numerous in
the mountains, and smull game, such as
ducks, geese, swan, squirrel ami
rabbits are plentiful.
Bend has been favored in having
mure and different places of scenic
leauty and Interest within eusy uccess
than any other point In Oregon.
Bend should bo Included in tho itln
ery of every tourist.
Bond, the beautiful, will delight tho
Bend with .T20 (lavs of sunshine dur
ig the je'ar, Its dry blueing air, its
light preclpltutlon ana luck of excess
ive heat or cold offers climatic condi
tions that aro second to none.
Bend Is headquarters for moro than
250,000 acres of wheat land, now open
under the 320-acre dry farming homo
stead act, which permits settlers to
take up that amount of land and ac
quire title by five years residence,
with a specified amount of annual Im
provement. Crop experts predict that
the new Central Oregon wheat lands
will In time double tho wheat output
of Oregon and Washington combined.
The new settlor uixm these lands And
, a level sagebrush covered plain, free
from rock, with well water easily
J obtainable and with from 0 to 14 Incites
01 rainfall. Tiirougn the richest sec
tion of this territory the eost-and-west
Hill lino from Dentl will bo built, Its
Ho Oct Here.
Take the North Bank Railroad
Krem Ihr MUMIr ul ItaMrrn
portlent f the L'nllnt Malts
and all the Northwest
will prcvuil DAILY
March 10th to April 10th
road & Navigation Co.
and connections, the
Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific and
Chicago & Norlh-Westcrn
Chicago at $33 00
St, Louis - 3a 00
Oinulia .... 35.00
Kansas City - 25.00
St. Paul .... 25.00
and from other cities correspond
You can PREPAY fares
Tht CuluilUt farisstr U'rillxMiint only. Imt
Ifyouhsvr rrlatlrrsor frlrmlaor rnilyrri m
Ihr la.t whom you dtslrc lu tiring In this stair
yuucsu irKil the ralurof thr fun with your
local railroad agctil, and an orJtr for a ticket
will Imt telegraphed lo any arlilrcs desired.
Let the WOULD know
of our east resources and splendid opportunities
Call on the undersigned for good Instructive
printed matter to send Itail, or give him the ad-dres-es
ol tho.- to whom you would like to have
such matter sent.
WHEN IN liliND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the host that thn town affords.
Ncnt nnd Contfnrtniilc Roonn. IlKNli, OxKUON
Wenandy Livery, Feed (8b
J. II. UllNAMiY, ITup.
AH kinds of light and heavy Livery.
I'-HHI) lOK SALK. IIORSKS FOR SAI.I..
llond Street Item!. Oregon.
Corner Uonil and Oregon Sis.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
. HUGH O'KANE, Manngur
Tho Dalles, Oregon
Vmi arc cordially invltrd to tiMkt-Tlllt IIOTIU. DAI.I.IW your
rrstlllK ttace vtlilir waltlllt; ier tx-twrrli trnlnsoil )mir May to and
(ruin 1'airlUinl, New iIiomiiikIiIv r(iilr(. minimi liotrl; sirani
IimI, rlcvuKn. sillUs ami mollis Mltll Iwtlis I'lisl class cafe, Kate
f.1 and upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manaser.
I have moved Into my new building
on Oregon Street between Wall and Bond
Everything new. A FIRST CLASS
BILLY'S I'LACn V. H. , ADAIR "ILLVS lLACR
Bend Steam Laundry
FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY WORK
at Moderate Prices.
If You Have a Bimdle Phone Us
MKS. MAZO LOCKWOOD.
General I'usseinjer Aent
Oregon Trunk Kalhuiul to Mudius vlu
Clork, Wash., or thoO. It. & N. It. It
and Deschutes I tall way to Mudrax vlu
The Dalles, and thonco Uy uutoinoollo
or stao to Iiend.
We bellovo that tho Hond country
offom unoxcollcd ojiortunltlort for tho
homoseokor and Inventor. To convinco
you of this fact wo usk that you make
a personal investigation. Then you
will uktco with us,
TlIK WEST WAV TO MAICK TIU8 I.S
VEST1QATION 18 TO
Try The Bulletin job printcry.
Charles lioytl, Prop.
Attending' Physicians TJ. C. COK, H. I'KRKULL
M. KLLKN KKRSIIAW, Siipcriiiteiidmit.
Gritduutc of St Luke'H Ilospltitl, CIiIcjiko.
MRS. A. M. I.UTKS, As-dMnm,
Gradtmteof Coliitiibiit (Olilo) Training School.
Terras: $10 to $25 a Week, Payable Weekly.
There In n Nitrite on duty ut all times, No
extra charge uintle for night duty, unless In
extreme tuses, when a upcuiil nurse is rt quired
,Set of silver tcrupoons free. See clubbing offer on lost page,