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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1911)
We BEND COM!
Desires Officially to Announce That. It Has Taken Over All tho Holdings of tho 1
THERE'S A REASOP
Come in and let us talk to you about this sale. You don't
may be of interest, to you to know why we cut, the prio
moved restrictions, made easy terms and did many other 1
will meet with your approval, and greatly aid in Bend's
WE CAN SELL YOU A LOT F
Exhibition Cars and Their Part in
, the Colonization of Un
First days of Colonist Rates to West bring large numbers
of Homcscekers through St. Paul gateway
TheNerthwwt ti now welcoming every
flay new eitizent Indirectly the result of
the "high cost of living," but directly the
Vame can be laid at the door of the
practical advertising of the Great North
ern Railway through the means of it
agricultural exhibits in the large East
ern cities, and above all, its traveling
exhibition cam, now completing exten
nlre tours throughout the Central and
from fifteen to -twenty miles distant, to
lnrx-ct the ear and view the wonderful
products of the "West.
Ileport from Morning Sun, Iowa, sent
ui hy K. C. Levdy, Cicnrral Immigration
Agent of the Cireat Northern at St. Paul,
where the Oregon and Montana Car was
on February 23rd, reads as follows i Vo
wero met at the station by a large
crowd aci-ompanied by the Morning Sun
land. Great interest was shown in the
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TtTZ Or tXHIBITlOM CAS MVT OVT ST MEAT WOSTHSSN ttlLWAY TIISIC Of WHICH ASE
hOW ENTOIR EXrlIIl!Q TIIK CSEAT hOSIIlttttT,
No doubt if the comparative ..figures exhibits and also at the lecture. As a
could be srctired which would (draw the proof of the results of our lecture, at
uetual number of settlers secured as least twenty people came to us the fol
agalnst the number of inmilrlt brought lowing morning regarding homesteads In
out by the Exhibition Lars this data the Northwest. The whole town turned
vould be interesting reading, and would out to visit the car, and the opera house
how conclusively the great alnc of the was packed to overflowing at the cc
Idea of, "Taking the Northwest to the tur?. I look for a big movement from
Peddle of the Bait" if our tcrrUlfy Mt$ tnHgjplice.'' "
be co)onized nujckly, ' - , ' jTyJnumher of reports similar to the
An Idea'of th interest created- by fhov "above are on file, wo undsstand. in Mr.
Arrival of the Great Northern Railway's LeedyV oflico "Jn St. Paul, which show
Exhibition Canftln the dllfcrent Kasteni In 9, m,easuro what we, the people of
towns can only be gained by the read- the great West, may expect in the way
(ng oMho reports from th flt.tentlajjfs of rww .settlers during this spring, we
in"niargT In the majority of plaees should make ready" to wewninn those
vltttetl nearly tb entire adult nopula new eonwrs and to extend to them every
tion has turned out, as well as farmer j lulp In getting located
COUNCIL TO MRI!T TUESDAY.
The City Coun il will meet in
regular session at the Commercial
Club rooms next Tuesday evening.
DRIV E CARS FROM THE DALLES
At two o'clock Sunday morning J.
M. Lawrence and F. F. Smith ar
rived in Eend, having driven their
new Oakland autos in from The
Dalles.- M: .Lawrence has a fUdJ'A
fivn.nnssAnypri,nr.nn(f Mr. Smith a
jrunabout. a . I
NEW STORE OPENED MERE.
The new grocery and house furn
ishings store of the W.C. McCuiston
Company, which was opened last
Saturday, was crowded with visitors
from 8:30 a. m, to 11 p. m. During
the day 173 ladies inspected the
new establishment, each receiving a
souvenir, By 5 p, m. the supply of
articles that hal Leen selected es-
(jjeciuny to uetgiven away gave out
and othcr4"had to be taken out of
the general store stock. ?
SPOKANE A1AN TO ES
; TABLISH IT.
John V. Senrls Writes That He
Will ltd Here Within Two
Weeks to Start Work on
C o-o p era t Ion Plant
A new enterprise for Henri, a
much-nveriuri creamery, is now as
sured, according to information re
ccive'ri by Secretary Snwhill of tho
Commercial Club. A lettor Friday
from John W. Senrls of SM)knne,
Wash., statos that he will be here
within the nexc two weeks to start
work on the creamery, which will
be conducted on n cooperative basis.
Until he arrivos detailed plans for
the project will not !e known, but
in his lettor he says that it will bo
located in Iicnd.
The farmers near town have been
waiting to learn definitely of the
establishment of a creamery, and
now that one seems certain they
will likely enlarge their dairy herds
and Henri people will be able to buy
their butter at home.
Voters of fiend District to Name Suc
cessor to F. ftt. Ray Next Tuesday. ,
Chairman Mlllarri Triplett of the
School Hoard has called a special
meeting of the voters of the Bond
district, to be held at the school
building next Tuesday at ! p. m., to
elect a successor to F. M. Hay, who
resigned from the board recently,
Strict enforcement of the city
dog ordinance was begun Monday
by the police force, and three dogs
not wearing a license tag were soon
impounded. These were to be kept
three days and, if not redeemed by
the owners at that time, to be
killed. But the canines outwitted
tho officer, scratching out of their
prison and gaining freedom again.
to file on 160
"Carey Act" Government
You must act promptly or this land will
be gone as it is settling rapidly.
'"".'.. Write for Information to
LAND COMMISSIONER, REDMOND, OREGON
415 RAILWAY EXCHANGE, Portland Ore.
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