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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1911)
THE BEND BULLETIN
An Independent iiewpnpcr, Mnntltun
(or tho,Miiirc ilcM, elenn tnnlne, clenii
politic, niul ilic lcU interest u( llcml
ml Crntrl Orenon.
The fact that in four Control Ore
iron counties nluno there remains
U88.DI0 acres of unsold state land,
exclusive of unappropriated federal
land, is one of the big reasons why
Oregon's inland empire is the moo
ca of the landless.
There's one pluee in Hend when- you're sure to net abso
liilely llu best (it'evcrylliiiiK in Wines, liiiior.s
and Cif(nrs, niul Hint out pluee is
Sl'llSCRIPTtON RATKS: Time having mi'llowod the Winona
Odtyror 11.50 speech and the Republican "revi-
his month v , sion" of the "host tiiritT ever mnde,"
Thr mwith s Tuft's chances for a continued stay
(itiTo.tto.Mr in iiTnc.) at the White House daily tit c beeoin-
: - r- - ing brighter.
WIiOXHSDAY. MARCH 29. 1911
HOWARD WINS $1000
Thousands of homeseekent are
coming to Oregon. Hundreds llnd
their way to the interior and of
these probably half get to Hond.
either "just lookintr over the coun
try" or to take up their residence
here or nenrbye. It is to the ad
vantage of every jorson in Bend
that these new comers be made wel
come. Whether or not they stay in
a large measure depends uon the
nature of the reception thoir fami
lies receive whether or not cordial
aid is extended to them by the
people of Hond, and their coming
made as pleasant as lwssible. In
this field there opens a splendid q'
wurn, jur mu iuuius. t ivw wix'NS
afro a plan was suggested whereby
the ladies of the town were to hold
a weekly reception for new coiners
to help them feel "at home." ami
to make it jwssible for them to meet
and know their now neighbors easily
llcnd .Mnn lct $200 l.Uc In Writing
K. l. Howard, son of John K.
Howanl of Prineville. has been de
clared winner 01 uie siihhi cash
prixo for the best article on Oregon,
npiK'aring in 1910 in paers or mag-
mines published outside of Oregon.
Mr. Howard's winning article ap
txiired in the World's Work, en
titled "Knilrund Fight for an Km
pire." It ileal t exclusively with
The fourth priae of $1200. was
awarded 0. V. Putnam of Hond for
his article "Owning Up Central
gon" published in Putnam's
Magazine. This also dealt with
Central Oregon devolopoment.
There were several thousand com
petitors in the contest.
6000 ACRXS SOON OPEN
and snoodilv. Verv unfortunately
the plan for" the proposed welcom- Crook County Land Reconveycd by
ing receptions did not materialize. ' State to Nation.
It is to be hoped that the impor- Six iIioumii.I acre of laml In south
tance of Uiis splendid scheme will western Crook County will oou be
appeal so strongly to the ladies of thrown open to wttlemcnt. accortllng to
Bend that it will be revived. Dur- Uuls I.. Sharp, of the t'nlteil Sute
ng uie next six months uend's General Land Office. He mailed to the
Jadies could carry on no more hospi- Crook County Recorder for filing ester
table or beneficial work than this, day the deed reconcinn the land from
and certainly none that would be ap- the State of Oregon to the Government,
predated more by the entire com- After all the formalities are completed
munity. the laud will be open to settlers.
r! '. , I This land was patented by the State
tuuuKiui wi.ci.i VAU4IUII- .f Oregon In January. 1905, under the
fuj uiv piuic ui mi iuivcruseineiiL
received from a Portland advertis
ing agency The Bulletin last week
inadvertently allowed space to the
"ad." of a mail order house in its
columns. The plates have been re
turned. From time to time The
Bulletin is afforded the opportunity
to sell Its space to such customers,
at the expense of its home patrons
Carey act. and was to have been reclaim
ed. The giving of the pateut is said
to have been erroneous, as the land has
not been reclaimed. It was therefore re
con veed, and will become public laud.
The deed as yet has not been re
ceived at Prineville. Next week
description of the land will be pub-
This it refuses to do, and will con-, lished, if procurable,
tmue to refuse. Certainly it is not t
the mission of a paper supported by , HARPER NOTES.
the patronage of its community to HARPERf 0re., March 28.-M. J.
assist anything which will tend to Main has commCnced the erection
leaa away ousinessirom iu custom- 0f a machine and blacksmith shop.,
era and its town Patronize home Hc to rcad for busine33i
ndustries" and keep your dollars in two wceks M his equipment nI.
in local circulation are two n.gn.y , ready s on und rea(J for
praiseworthy mottoes. .installation.
" It is to be hoped that the
ent plan for the erection of
hall recently broacnea by uie coun
cil will not be allowed to die for
lack of 'attention. While it may be
too carl' to begin any actual con
Btruction certainly there is much
1 Grading on First and Second Ave
nues te well under way. Harold
Throlstrup having the contract.
H. B. Esson of Portland and E.
T. Butts of Bend have become Harp
.i:m:-. ni.nninn, .,,., f Uot r. unu iii ra. u. iv. annner puss-
will occupy many months, and which, gd through on their way to Bend
well may be agitated and kept in baturUn'-
motion now. y . j Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Klrkbrlde,
' I who spent the winter in Portland,
Cleanliness is said to bo next to are expected to retuan in a few
Godliness. "Clean-up Day" has days.
given Bend a start towards acquir- Mr and Mra Jean sniffer have
ing an enviable reputation in in s purchase(i ejKht ota in Harper, and
secondary respect at least, what
ever some folks may consider its
other shortcomings. The day of
city house-cleaning has made a
splendid precedent which well may
be followed at frequent intervals.
a general merchandise
The undersigned solicits sealed
bids for the building of Flume No,
lU1,.n f.l Inrllnwl tn ",." ui ' ""'. !'" JUIU 01:tllltu-
the temporary freighUng difficuIUes tloni of which may be seen at
at Madras and Metoluis remember ,Rowe's Store, Bend on and after
that if the railroad had waited until Monday. March 27. All bids must
Its construction was entirely com
pleted and it was in proper shape
to handle freight, it would have
been cussed just as generously for
delaying its opening for business.
be in by 1 o'clock p. m. on Saturdry,
April 1. The company reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
2-3 Pine Forest Irrigation Co.
H? Men's Toggery
HAS JUST KKCKIVUI) A SWKL1. LINK OF
Spring Shirts, Soxs,
Underwear of all Kinds
AND A SNAPPY I.INE.OF
Spring Button and Oxford Shoes
A. L. FRENCH, "" s"-"
Wrinkles Removed, Rips Repaired nnd
Buttons Sewed Cn
French Dry Cleaning, Pressing
Peerless Pressing Parlors
(With "The ToftRcry," OrcKon St)
HOSS BROS., Props.
Wo conduct an Ordorly Emporium for tho
entertainment of nil energetic, enthusiastic
nnd enlightened Bend Boosters nnd our
selves over eagerly encourngo emigration
to this Edon of Enstcrn Oregon. Knockers
inoculnto our entire anatomy with ennui
and, ovontually, may oxpect to bo ejected
from our establishment. Cot wiso! Eh?
Sec our window displny of bottle goods.
Wo nro cxclusivo agents for tho famous
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THE BULLETIN'S NEW CYLINDER PRESS
this Is a reproduction of the
new Dabcock press upon which
this issue of The Bulletin has
been printed. The press was re
ceived from Portland about ton
flays ago, was set up and put in
operation by The Bulletin' fdree,,
aid today isdoinjjits firbtwork.
' 1 IJt is a drum cylinder, pin
fo jr paRCU ai an impression, anu
V$ hty a SP4-' h 1C0 an hours
'" In addition to printintr thJ
pnper it will handle all kinds of
'i'n IiIkIi class job work, hucIi as.- ex-;
f tensive illustrated leaflote, maps,
lnrge posters and two color
work. Ita insUillation marks a
great forward step in increasing
tie efficiency of The Bulletin's
equipment. With this large
press and the many other Im
provements to Its plant which
weekly are being made, The
Bulletin now has a shop, not
only tho most fully equipped in
Central Oregon, but one capable
of caring for all classes of
Wott TiOSfijMPygOMOjT. W0 -f 43 T fa " 4AA 0 J PHor f jqw
Gnuine Mandt Wagons
H. J, EGGLESTON
Only Complete Stock of
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OUR COMPLETE NEW
WILL SOON BE IN.
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
Bend Hardware Co.