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60ESQVER LANDTO MARK WAY
Only Complete Stock of
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
13 Uraatl TlckaU SI-00
0 Ui-mcJ Ticket. 20c
MeAls Served from 6
a. m. to 8 p. m.
GODDARD TRACT RICH
MILEPOSTS FOR BEND
mrs. nellie: wright
Country Now Being: HapldIV Settled Movement It Started to Have Neatly
Un Onnortunllles for farmlar Painted Slrna Alone Entire
Up Opportunities for farming
Painted Signs Alone flntlre
and Stock'Kalal nc are
Great, IK Say a.
Route to the Harney
IN CENTRAL OREGON.
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
15 Home Land Company
Rel EaUte and
Timber Lands, Irrigated and Dry Farm Lands.
The Dalles, Oregon
Von re cordially Invited to niakrTIII'. IIOTHI. DAI.MtK your
Irnui Portland. New, thoroughly ritiliwil. tniHlrrii liotrl; atrani
iritltiK plarc while walling over ltrrn traliiann your way to anil
hrt, rlevatnr, iillci ami tooin with ImOii. 1'lrtt cUu calr. Katta
f and upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLINC, Manager.
Corner Dontl and Oregon Stl.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
J. A. HAZUKA W. M. McGREGOR
Wo aro Always Glad
Lo Furnish Estimates
Shop in Hear of Howlcc lhiildin on Wall Street
WHEN 'IN BEND STOP AT
. THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table alwayt tupplled with the bett that tho town affordi.
Neat and Comfortable Room. HitND, OKliOON
IS TIIK ONLY I'IJU'K
IN ItKNII THAT IM
Open All Night
SHORT ORDERS QUICK SERVICE
Snndwlchcft and Lunches a Specialty
BILLY'S PLACE f , H, ADAIR HILLY'S PLACE
Wenandy Livery, Feed 8b
J. It. WUNANDY, Prop.
All kinds of light and heavy Livery.
PKKI) 1'OR SAI.K. HORSKS FOR SAM.
Honil Street Bend, Oregon,
Now Is the time to order
t your winter wood, for the cold
nights demand a large pile of
dry wood. Can be bought of
If. M. Carter af a reasonable
price,, delivered at any time.
Leave orders at A. M. Lara's.
Wnll Paper nt
N. P. WEIDER
Cticancat .and Heat Wall Paper Sam,
pies hi the county. Get
fiS.'i? -v. ;ep(f,bret'oiiJ
J. P. ClnuKh, who arrived in
Ih-nd on April Hth from Kny Mc
Kny'n office in Seattle, wn sent
here to make a report on about
20,000 acres of farm land situated
in the southern part of Crook
County and the 'northern part of
Lake County. Mr. dough has just
returned from these lands on which
he made the report.
Having made a careful cxamlna
tlon of all this land owned by It. 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 K-vernl of
these townships. The old roads
have been changed and now follow
the action line, with n barbed wire
fence on each side. It is not difficult
to look over this country now as there
are farmers in every direction.
About I.'IG homesteaders have built
substantial homes in the surround
ing country, where the Goddard
Estate is situated. Mr. dough is
an old-time farmer and on expert
on Innds and one of the first men to
locate In the Yakima Valley. He
snys theru is no reason why this
large and newly Mjttled country will
not etial any other valley of its
kind in the United States.
I This valley runs northeasterly
' from the Christmas I.nke Valley,
I with some gently rolling plains.
This is not like many other valleys,
as this has plenty of wood and good
well-water nt a shallow depth. He
also states there is no alknli to be
found in that part of the country.
He ltelievus that within the next
two years any land owned by the
Goddard Kstnte will triple in value.
He finds much enthusiasm in the
leople going to and from this k-c-tion
of the country. He states that
from his trip through this country
he is thoroughly convinced thnt the
opportunities in this jKirticuiar local
ity are unlimited, as it is woll
ndapted to stock-raising on account
of its enormous stock ranges that
bonier on either side of the valley.
Mr. dough also stated that, in his
opinion from past extwrience as
lu pioneer of the west, this was J
J the last opportunity that would ever
be presented to the homeseekers at
the prices and terms at which they
are offcied. There are also many
'opportunities for the homesteaders
I who wish to locate on Government
land. Mr. dough wilt bave an office
' in Bend and will be pleased to meet
j any homeseeker in reference to this
I Central Oregon Intnl.
AUTO ON HOMESTEAD
L. W. Davis ot Seattle Arrives In llend
J With First Motor Truck.
Automobiles have been used to
I locate homesteaders in the southeast
I country and at least one homesteader
I is owner of n passenger auto, but it
i remained for L. V. Davis, who
hails from Seattle, to Introduce an
auto truck in tho newly oiencd
Mr. Davis arrived in Rend last
week with a car on which he hauled
about 1200 pounds of freight
from Madras. Ho also brought in
a team and wagon from Seattle
which he will use on his homestead
at Whi taker. As soon as he gets a
house up he will be joined by his
More families are moving in to
Whitnker Valley just now than to
any other part of the new home
TYPHWRITrilN CIRCULAR LUTrURS
The Hullctln has just installed a
supply of imitntion typewritten type
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
color of ink, type face und impres
sion Is duplicated. . If desirable the
Bulletin win not .only print such letr
ters' but will address and moll
Neatly painted posts showing the
distance to Bend will soon stand at
every mile point from here to the
Harney county line, on the new
Bend-Burns road, if a movement on
foot is successful.
The plan was started by C. M.
Clark, who has a homestead on the
new route some CO miles out from
Bend, and who agrees to put the
posts up at actual cost. His plan is
to have an advertisement on each
which will meet the expense of
erecting it. The posts will be paint
ed white, with lettering in black.
The new Merchants' Association
will take up the matter of using the
posts for advertising purposes, and
If the matter meets with their ap
proval, the signboards will be erect
ed in a short time.
Well equipped, airy rooms
and offices to let on upper
floor at postoflice corner.
Cheap rer.ti to good ten
anti, and rooms will be re
modeled to suit doctors,
lawyers, dentists, dress
makers, etc. Alio a few
Unfurnished Housekeeping Rooms
to let.' Inquire Post Corner
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of Ihe Interior,
V K tjml OftKr IThr l!lc. Oregon,
March nth ion
Sutler I. hereby alien lhl Mmutl Kilph Kel
tey.oflteiHt. (Heron. Mho on May lth lyo.,
m.'lr tloHir.traif Itntrjr No I6, herial No
mti li.r n M n (,'. nwi atxl the nt'
my i" lown.hlp 17 K range nea.t. W M ha.
Atf.1 nollcr ol iHtrntkjn tu make final I Itc-Vrar
I'rirtf. lu e.laMl.h claim luthel.ml alnte ilea-
i Kilm . tK-fut. II C I8IK. r n Com ml, .loner at
J hi. elite atHenl. 4Jte,wi, on Ihc l dayui
I April I9H
' Claimant name. a. wftne.te. L'harlef A
ManfeHHwrh. lvU W H Klley Waller Daniel.
awJ I rani, lt.,1. all ! neiwi. urefon
j- t. w muuki;. Keener,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lfeuttmHI ofthe Interior.
I' H l.awl omcr at The Italic, Otejoil
March l-th. 1911
Nut lor I. hereby it veil that It. melt K Lowell
of liewl. Oiejon, who. on December ut, 19-4
mailr llome.teail Unit) No isii. Nrrial No
U.U4), for V M' re 3 n1 'he nc). imU
11 S nrU.nec li. lown.hlp l h.. range I lean
W M ha.fttr.1 liWI.Tof Intention tomake Final
IMee-Vrar I'roaf to ..lat.ll.h claim to the land
atmerileKrilol. Irfirr II C I'llla, f 8 Com
mlutoner at hi. otfice al tie ml. Oregon, on the
iMhday of May. II.
CUUnanl name, aa wttnrue. I'tta M ArnnM,
Wlll'am Arnahl. Xkluh A Duun and Kay
MrUlllway, allof llemt Oregon
.I C W MOOKK. Krgi.ler.
Sale ot Timber
rortland, Oregon, March 14, If n
Sealed bid. marked outaide' fltd. Timber Sale
Auullcntioa. February 14. loll, Ie-cbute. ' and
Mrruecl lothe Di.trl.'t foie.ler. Kore.themce.
lortland, Oregon, will be receterd up to and in
eluding the 4ih day of May. lil, far all the
merchantable dead limber, .landing or down
and all the lire limber marked for cutting b the
Fore.! officer. located on an ere to Indefinitely
draignatetl by the Fort.t orticer before rut
ting urgina, Including about 1 4o acre. In the M
rwc. 17 re eec I-. iwiwu iv.nu v, fr4. iih
NWtf.HWUMWU See .T JJ8..K loF.hhh
SK r-rc I. S 14 KH.SF),- SW NFKSWii,
.- i.T U St.x..KWM NKU. NrU SKU
hec H, T JJS.T R r. . w. M, within the
Ifeachutca Nat onal Fqre.l, Oregon, e.ttmateU to
t4.6iooo Itet B M of lire and isr.ooo feel P
M of dead we.tern yellow piue and 17000a feel U
M of llr ladgeiute lne, aaw timber, log ac.le,
more or leaa No bid of le lhan iJjn r
Ihouund fret S M. fur live )cllow pine cut aud
temovot prior lo February jo, 1414, aud leu than
ftooper thouMnd feet II. M fur all lire ellow
ulur rut and irmuml after rcbruary w. 1914.
lloer Ihoutand Irel II M lor dead yellow
pine, and ft ojper Ihouund feel It. M. for lire
fiouoiw table to the order of Ihe Firat National
Hank ofTorttand, iregon, mu4 1 aent to that
bank for each bid aubmltteu to the Iilatnct
Fore.ter Timber upon valid rlalma ia eicmptrd
froinaalr. The right to reject any and all bid.
U re.erved. For further Information and legu
latloua governing aalea addreaa Fore.t Super
MMir, Ucxhutc. Natluual I'oie.l, I'rtiievillt,
4- C J. BUCK Acting nittrlct Voreatcr
Promptly Attended to
SHOP ON OREGON ST.
OUR COMPLETE NEW
WILL SOON BE IN.
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
I Bend Hardware Co.
Fire Insurance That Protects
Our Companies Have
Assets of $150,000.000
Years of Experience Make Our Policies
"LAW SUIT PROOF"
There are other reasons why you should have
us write your insurance. Call on
us for information.
M. S. Lattin ( Co.
Henkle & Ford
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
We know the land open to settlers
know the soil know the corners and
GUARANTEE EVERY LOCATION.
Dont overlook these facts
if you want to locate.
If you have good real estate at the right
1 price let us know of it and if wedo not
buy it, can sell it for yoju.
Call and see us.
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Call on or telephone us for nil kinds of
We saw Cord Wood and Lirnb Wood on short notice.
Orders Promptly Filled.
W. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
Experienced, Practical Shoemaker
All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable
F. L. HELFRICH
In Old Kelly Store