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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1911)
C. M. DAVIS
Al. J. A10RRIS0N
FARMS, CITY PROPERTY, ACRE TRACTS,
Business Chances, Timber Bought and Sold. List your property with us. We
will sell it if it can be disposed of at a salable price.. We can locate you on the best
M. J. Morrison has lived In Bend for the past
eight years and has made a business of locating
and cruising government lands in Central Oregon.
He knows the land and will locate you on the
best to be had. If you are going to take government land find out who your locator is, and whether he has lived
in the country long enough to know the lands; also if he Is reliable. This is a matter of Importance to landseekers.
We have some very choice acreage platted in 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 acre lots with streets on all sides, at $150 an acre. Good
terms. Fruit or residence preperty One mile from depot site.
Homeseekers' Land Company
NEW STORE OPENS
McCuiston Company' Establishment
Starts Business Saturday.
After many delays in getting in n
stock of Roods, the W. C. McCuiston
Company will open next Saturday a
new Btore in the room formerly
used as a bowling alley, on the cor
ner of Wall Street and Greenwood
Ave. A choice stock of fancy and
staple groceries, house furnishings.
5, 10, 15 and 25 cents variety and
other goods has been put in.
"Every article we will carry is
new and has been carefully selected,"
said Mr. McCuiston. "I hnve spent
many weeks in buying. This has
enabled us to secure goods nt the
lowest possible prices and, with the
advantage of the best freight rates
to Bend obtainable, the company is
in a position to and will sell nt rock
bottom prices. Economy will be our
The new store will open its doors
on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock,
and every woman visitor during the
day will be presented with a hand
some and serviceable souvenir.
Rolyat District Closes First Term
With Many Prompt Pupils.
Rolyat, April 11. The three
months' school term in District 77
closed March 31 with interesting
commencement exercises. Mrs.
Horace Brookings is in charge of
the new school, in which ten pupils
The following pupils were neither
late nor absent during the lost
PASTOR'S FAMILY ARRIVI2S.
Uev. C. M. Cline, pastor of the
Baptist church, has been joined by
his wife and five children, and they
hnve taken up their residence in
rooms over Millard Triplet's store.
Mrs. Cline and children hnve been
spending the past month in Portland
, nnd Mr. Cline met them there and
came in with them Saturday.
"I heard more inquiries from
homeseekers on the trnin nnd in
Portland nbout Bend than of any
other town in Central Oregon," he
; The Bulletin hits just Installed a
' supply of imitation tyowritton type
with which it is prepared to print
nil kinds of circular letters, etc.
This means that morehantiy real
estate men, etc., nm rvncfi their
entire mnlling lint wiOf personal '
' letters. The exact appearance of
'original typewrittenfetters, both in
. color of ink, typVface and Impres
sion is duplicated. If desirable the
, Bulletin will not only print such let
ters but will address and mail
WUNANDY TO HUILD IIU.NUAt.OW.
Work on the excavation for the
foundation of the new J. H. Wenan
dy home on lots 6 nnd 7, block 20,
on Ironwood Ave. was started Mon
day. The house will Imj of the
bungalow type, nnd will contain six
rooms. F. T. Sutherland will do
the carjHmter work.
DI.NNUK I'OR WI.NNIMI Tl'AM.
On Monday evening the victorious
Bend girl's basket ball team wns
entertniued at a dinner given -by
Mrs. F. F. Smith at her home. The
guost of honor were Mrs. W. W.
' Faulkner. Mian Anne Markel, Mitw
Gertrude Markel. Mln Angeliue
I Young and Mistt Harriet Dolson.
PALM OPIINS FOR IIUSINUSS.
lvqiilpod In the most modern
style, The Palm Ice cream parlors
of Turpin & Brnnton on Wall Street,
which were ooncd lust Saturday,
would Imj a credit to any large city.
A handsome marble fountain has
been Installed nnd Ices and cold
drinks of all kinds will 1k served.
A complete line of smoker's goods
will nlio lie carried. The decorations
of the place aru neat and artistic.
There are private tables for those
who wish thorn, anil the service is
AUTOMOIIIt.1! LAW I'UIIUSIII'.I).
The Oregon Motor Vehicle Ijiw
governing the licensing, ue, etc., of
nutomohlltM in the state, whm IiwuinI
on February 2fth. The new law,
which contairwfew clunge over
the old. KiKtfiiit effect August 1st.
J. W Pitnli'k In prepared to i()
all kinds of high gratluurchltrrtural
work, make plans, bluf prints, etc.,
for lumlneiw houW nnd rr.
Our PorthMfil representative hu
bought Oxhankrupt stock of funv
Ituro JiffiOc on the dollar, which will
arrive in liend In u few dn Wo
will dixHM of It at great reduction.
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Choice Residence Lots: $100,$125,$150,$175,$200
20 Per Cent Cash and $10 Per Month
An adequate water system will be installed and in operation in these Additions within .30 days from the time the railroad is completed
to this place. A large water wheel and piping is ordered and one and one-half miles of ditches for water mains are already dug. A
20,000-galIon water tank Is under construction. Along the railroad, which passes through this property, are natural locations for
manufacturing plants. Let me take you over this property and quote you prices. You will find just what you arc looking for.
-TTFrr in v ii.
J. A. E A S T E S, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
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