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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1911)
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GODDARD TRACT RICH
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE BEND SCHOOL BUILDING.
County nnd the northern imrt of ,
Ijike County. Mr. CIourIi has just
returned from those lands on which
he made the report.
Having made n careful examina
tion of nil this land owned by K. H.
Goddard, and after having consult
ed with many farmers who reside
in that vicinity, he states that the
country is settled up. with industri
ous and energetic farmers who are
making rapid progress in several of
these townships. The old roads
have been changed and now follow
the section line, with a barbed wire
fence on each side. It Is not difficult
to look over this country now as there
are farmers in every direction.
Country Now Being Rapidly Settled
Up Opportunity for farming
and Stock-Raising are
Qrtit, He Says. '
About 135 homesteaders hnvo built
substantial homes in tho surround
ing country, where tho Goddard
Estate Is Hituntod. Mr. dough to
an old-time farmer and tin export
on lands and one of the first men to
locate In tho Yakima Valley. Ho
says there is no reason why this
large and newly settled country will
not equal any other valley of Us
kind in the United States.
This valley runs northeasterly
from the Christmas I.ako Valley,
with some gently rolling plains.
This is not like many other valleys,
as this has plenty of wood and good
well-water at a shallow depth. He
also states there U no alkali to be
found in that part of the country.
He believes that within the next
two years any Innd owned by the
Goddard Estate will triple in value.
He finds much enthusiasm in the
people going to and from this sec
tion of the country. He states thnt
from his trip through this country
he is thorougl !y convinced that the
opportunities in this particular local
ity are unlimited, as it is well
adapted to stock-raising on account
of Ito enormous ntock ranges that
border on cither ntdo of tho valley.
Mr. Clough also stated that, In his
opinion from pnst experience as
a pioneer of the west, this was
thu last opportunity that would over
be presented to the homoHookors at
tho prices and terms at which they I
are offered. There are also many
opportunities for tho homesteaders J
who wish to locate on Government
land. Mr. Clough will have an ollleo
in Horn! and will bo pleased to meet
any homeseekor In reference to this
Central Oregon land.
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The Hulletin has just installed a
supply of imitation typewritten typo'
with which it Is prepared to print
all kinds of circular letters, etc.!
This means that merchants, real
estate men, etc., can reach their
entire mailing lists with personal
letters. Tho exact appearance of.
original typewritten letters, both In
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siou is duplicated. If desirable tho
Hulletin will not only print such let-,
tors but will address and mail
Us Men's Toggery
Him .lust Ik-L'L'ivcd n New unci Up-lo-lJiilc Iine ol t
Direct tYoni the Kiiotnry "I'tho Curlee
CltithiiiK C'ompnny. Don't fail to .sou
the line before buying.
1MUCKS HANCINC FROM
$12.00 to $27.50
Also a Complete Line ot'SIIOKS, HATS, SIIIHTS,
UN'DKIIWE-AH, NECKWEAU. Kte.
RIGHT 1MUCES, 1UC.HT QUAU'l
L. FRENCH, on Si -
J. P. Clough, who arrived in
Bend on April 8th from Kay Mc
Kay's office in Seattle, was sent
here to make a report on about I
20,000 acres of farm land situated j
in the southern art of Crook
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lots.
Timber Lands Bought and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATSj
WALL STREET, BEND, OR.
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Clothes that aro distinctive but not freakish
stylish but not cxtrcmo different but tasty
just tho sorb of clothes tho
YOUNG MEN OF TODAY
like to wear, aro now being shown hero to thoso
interested in tho new Spring styles.
You may not be ready to buy yet, but you aro
surely ready to look. You should have a now
suit for Easter.
R. N. Smith Clothing Company
THE STORE THAT SATISFIES.
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TSe WC. McCuiston Company are Opening Their Little
Economy Cash Store, Corner Wall and Greenwood, This Morning, April 15th
with a very .select line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, 5, 10, 15 and 25c Variety Goods, Glassware, Ctueensware, Crockery, Enamel Ware, Tin Ware
Rugs, Mattings, Shades, Pictures, Curtains and many other useful articles. We want your trade you want the best at lowest prices, and if you will pay our
store a visit we can convince you we have the goods at the right price. Wehave spent months in selecting our stock and have bought many usoful articles
at a great sacrifice and we will place these goods on sale at a groat saving to you. At present our space is small and wo cannot carry a complete lino of
everything, but we represent many large firms and can furnish you with anything you may need on short notice. Economy is tho road to wealth. Trado
with us and
A Beautiful and Useful Souvenir to Each Lady On Our Opening Day.
The W. C. McCiiiston Company,
Opening Day April 15th,
Corner Wall and Greenwood,