The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, April 19, 1911, Image 9

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NO MORE
llreight Troubles
llleirinniiitf April 17 the Oregon Trunk Rail-
jwiiy is open for business to Opal City, just
'north of Crooked River.
The Jones Warehouse Company
(1 HOUGH A. JONES of Haul, Manager
will handle all freight at Opal City for the
railroad. The old Shauiko Moody Ware
house system will he employed. Merchants
will get their goods promptly and without
inconvenience. Oi'ai. City will he the height
terminus for IX) days more. Have your
freight consigned in care of
JONES
Address communications to Culver .Junction.
See ROWLEE
F:or Free Information on Crook Co.
For Homestead Locutions
For Dry Ranches
For Irrigated Lands
For Town Lots
For Acre Tracts
For I Ive-Acre Tracts
See ROWLEE
If you want to buy a business
If you have money to loan
If you want to borrow money
If you want to rent
If you have anything to sell
If vou want to hire an auto
BE SURE AND SEE ROWLEE. Eight years
Experience in Crook County.
BEND
Call up Rowlee for Autos to All Points
w YSY T ARE GOING TO LOOK YOUR
Y I Jll BEST In thnt new Easter suit -
' "" You're going to he photographed in
it or course. There s no better tune lor some new
remembrances be-
,'our friends and
voursclf. Make an appointment. Tost Lard Photos.
SEWARD.
it or course, mere s no ucuer time
pictures, and they make ideal renv
sides, you owe it to your family, yt
yourself. Make an appointment. Po
" HELLO!
Wlioro uro you going? .
Down to Curler's after a cord of
thaugood dry block wood. My wifo
won't burn anything else.
Carter in four bita cheaper tlinn
othoru. Ho sells dry block wood at
$4,60-por. cord. V
Why not got out somo advertising
blotters, Inrgu or small? Tho Dull
etln Ima the stock and can do tho
work on ita now press.
Tho fiend Milllntr & Warehouso
Co. has secured tho agency of Uio
Portland Iron Works for their en
tire line. Can furnish cstlmato of
cota.foNropalra,-,,.4.v-rfw--tf''4-'
RICE HAS PARTY
LOCAL BOXER FINDS
LONG EASY.
Pour Rounds Agalnat Heavier Op
ponent I'ult Spokane Alan Out
of lluilnen Ulj Crowd
See Oood llotiti.
cc. 4, S) "till 8, tp iK-IJ.
DjvM 0. ItoKcn, el ux lo Ortnon
Trunk lly., im foot atrip for rlxht of
way acroMiw,' nr', wji ae, tec 19,
12-13 aiidnw'l lie, ice jo, 12.13.
Central OrcKoti It. It. Co. to IiU M.
Koitera, nil hIkjvi! part of ec loaml Jo,
itxcrplptcitiil rllil of way of Oregon
Trunk. '
Oregon Trunk Ity. to David O. Uoera
untile hi lait nlxne.
Crook County Inv. Co. to M. V. &
J. K. Parker, lolt 15 ami aO, block uj,
lllllinaii. Jiy, t
Andrew HaUKrn, ct ux to Oreat Wet
ern l.lir. Co . rjj '( ami ae,' ne(,
mc J9andtw'( iw(. aec lH, IM7. i7o
Henry llvenvm toRrrat Weatern Mir.
Co., nwtf. nejfawjf aiultw.V lie'.
tc9. II 17 37yj.
C.rrat Weatern Lor. Co. to Alexander
Monday 11 git's box ng bouts rit Stewart. Irii.tee. etf. .cj7. 11.16: ntf
Llnators Hall proved a Htrongdrnw- 12.16; twj( nw itJ (, tec 28, y,
Ing enni for the light fans, who " ","; "W ." "' ;
witnessed what wan probably tliUv. and aetf ec 31 and w'i w, ec
boat contests, taken nil In nil, tiiutlJ1' ",,7- (-'" 7.'.
itemnonu iowiitlte to. 10 jatnea I..
Courtrli(lit. loit 3. 4, 3, and 6, hlock 42
lot 7 and 8, block 12. lota II and 12.
. i.i..i ... ....1 i.... . .1 - I. 1. J
evening, that between "Jn.ly" Hice. k;',i,,,o7..I. f .-J,, ' '' "'"" '
of llond, lltld I)Ul lying, of Spo HerOcrtJ HKiilealnn. et ux to Illvlra
1, . . . 1 .1 1 . 11 1 r ' " I.eilliead. 11 ', lot 9, block 3, lletnl.
knne. proved the easiest kind ofa( w ir. staat.eial to I'arl D. iiouaton,
party for tho local pug, Long going lota 1 and 2, block 19, 1) a-huiea, fs'.
. .1 .1 ,1 .1 1 .1 .1 , 1 I Article i( liicotimrnXUnt ol the follow-
to the lloor three time in the third j ,K co,,,,,,,,!,, ,,. ,.ctl fllril.
round ami belnir ho completely put OverturM)L.Miiier Co. by II. J.
... , 1 , 1 ,1 .1 .1 . Ovrrltirl, I). M Davit ami II. A. Miller,
out of bunlneiM in tho fourth that (.ocjion i. iumhI.
hid (seconds tliruw up the Spoiltfe to J- ". llaticr Abstract Co., by I. II.
,,. ,i. -i,.,,,,!....- 1 Hauer. I. M lleclitell and Claudia
Stop the HlllUKhter. j Wneiderly. Capital .lock f 5,000. I.o-
From the start "Judy" had nil , cation I. Prinevllle.
.1 1 . i, 1, 1 ., , , , I)ecbulr Valley Land A Inv. Co. by
the bent of It. UhIhk his free hand w. ,,. M)rrt s. ,. M)er, ,, 0
In the clinchut, in the lirst round he! Vouiik. Capital atock f 25,000. Home
1 m . . in 1 1 ,. i''IIi(e la Portland,
Indicted terrific punishmedt, pound. I
ins; lsmu over the kidneys. The
Spokane man.outwciKhed !tO imiuikIm,
seeine practically powerlew. In
' the second and third rounds Kicc
trnnsferrl his attentions to upjier-
, cuts, lifting Ismx with hard blows
I to the jaw every time there was nn
opportunity for close work in the
clinches.
A big crowd from Redmond,
where Inir had been training, came
to we the mill. It is understood
that many returned ixmror than
I they came. Over J850 was realized
1 in gate money.
J "Sin-ck" Woods nnil Harry Hoi
j lard fought a bantam weight pre
1 liininnry. follmvwl by Gibbons vs.
i (S olden and Kvmus vs. Thornon.
have yet lieen pulled oir in Crook ,
county. The big match of the
HIGH SCHOOL LOSES
Slaters Win Hall (lame Played on
Omii (Irnunda by Score II to J.
Hie Ilend High School baseball
' team went to Sisters Sunday and
played the nine of that town. The
final icore was: Sisters 11, Bond 3.
The schi)Hioys were without their
1 regular catcher, L. Hichanlson, nnd
this was largely nonsiblo for their
idefeat. Springer pitched a fine
game for the High School, fanning
thirteen. Hunter, nt second made
a star catch, this being the ftwture
of the game.
The next game scheduled is with
the t'ronk County High School team,
to be played here next Saturday.
Kcal llitate transfers
(I'umUbwl U ll Ciuwk CWHly Abtrat Cn )
Matt CUrk. ct ux lo Albeit W. Weod
nrd. v. 1, of w4, rc. 1, 13.12. tl'arl
vtc-at of rallHn).) Con. ft.
I'. M t.ritol P Hewitt, t inter.
ett In lot 10, blk 33, Redmond, f I.
Hciliiioiil Town. lie Co to Win. O.
Phoenix, lot s mid 6, block 17, Kc.
inond. fiy
I.ei I). Wieat lo Mvnnr S. I.atlln. lot
9, block 19 Wleitorla. jl
lleml Townalie Co. lo M. S I.aitin.
lotf 5 and 6, block 13, Center Addition,
lleml, fSo,
It. J Neltletnn, el ux lo I.. K Sinltl1,
lot 5, 6, and 7. block t5 and lot 23 if
block 36, Kcdmoud. (Quitclaiui)
Oardiier W. Wella lit John V Van
Allen, lot 23 block 36, Kctlmoud. (Coi
rcction deed)
Matliia J Kelly, et ux to J. V. I.ane.
tola 3 and 4 and i nw,. .'c 3, S
12 f75mt.
Redmond Ton unite Co. to O.
Well, Una 1. 2,3, and 4. Ilk 44. Red
mond. 450. AIiJ Iota 9, 10, 11,
and 12, bile 25. Redmond. 300.
Redmond Totvmilc Co. to O. W,
Wella & II. 1'. tone., lot 17, blk 25 ami
lot 14 of blk 45, Redmond., fjco.
Redmond Townttte Co. to J. II. Jack,
ton, lot 4, block 36, Redmond. J 150.
I, II Jackaon, et ux to Deachute Mut
ual Telephune Co., lot 4, block 36, Red
uionil. f,
Arthur I,. Ooo-lwlllle, etux to ItuRcnc
11. Summy, aw,V rV, ec. 33, 17.12.
4ooo-
Grace J. Goodwillte and huland to
IttiKene II, Summy, iIkIiI of way acro-a
utX, sec 8. aetf sees, aw.Vfi c 4, IH
12. Por ditch,
Arthur I,. Goodwllllr, et ux to Huuene
It. Suminv. aw nw,VC. ec, 4, 18.12,
f.4cxo. Alto ne4 uwX ace. 4, i8.a.
4000,
Altec I,mul & Cattle Co to Grace J.
GiHtdAJIIIe, awAC aeV, ec. 33, 17-12.
J. H. Snv.h'111, et ux to Grace J. Good,.
willic, lot 3 of aec, 4, iH-ta. (Q. C. I) )
W. It. Guerln, Jr., ct ux to Grace J.
tVi- . D,J
Itugene II. Summy, el ux to Rend
Park Co., awi e,V. ec 3. 17.12 f 10.
Alaoawvuwu and nrl 1, u.1 ..01
tSTiTiftilitbt'wVrOr MlttU aciOYi'
Coble & Zumrall
ATTOItNKYM AND COUNSBIjOIW
AT l.W.
IIKNI), OltRCON.
Vernon A. Forbes
LAWYER
riRST NATIONAL BANK DtDO..
HKND, OKHGON
Peter Lehrman
GENKKAI, IiI.ACKSMITHIKG
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
Corner llond and Oregon Streets.
C. S. BENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OPPICK I.N FIRST NATIONAL UANK W.W3.
UKNO. OKHGON
GEORGE S. YOUNG
Civil and Allnlnff Engineer
Ilotaliiij; Building
Mend, - Oiiecon
ROBERT B. GOULD
ClVIt. HnGINKKK AND Sl'KVKYOK.
Uullctin Iluilding
IJend, - Oregon.
W. W. Faulkner, D. M. D.
DENTIST
Ilullctiu Huibling,
II e ml, Oregon
F. S. SANDBORG, Al. D.
MAV Al'AHTMUNTS
110ND STRKUT
n K N D , OKKfiOK.
U. C. COE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OI'PICK OVKK FIRST NATIONAL DK.
Office Houia: 10 io 12 a. m.; 1 to 3 and
7 10 a p. m,
Bknd, :- Orugon
SAVE MONEY ft ,"&..!:
with ma
Hortlcaltural Fire Relief of Oregon
(mutual.)
Home office, Salem, Ore.
Let me explain.
S. H. SXYDUR Agent, Bend, Ore
F. O. MINOR
rOSTOHPICK BUILD1NQ
LI VU VI RE ACCI DENT
INSURANCE
Notary Public and Convejancinn All
Legal I'upcra Correctly Drawn.
FIDELITY BONDS
Crook County Abstract Co.
mcoxroKATitD.
AUSTIUCTS Ol' TITI.R
to all laud and town Iota in Crook county,
B F. Wyldu, Secy.
1'rlneville, Oregon.
We pliotonraph tlie records,'
IK
Dr. A. a. burris,:,"?;:!;
Ilcklcr, Dlwaxa Sucvvufully Trratni
Wlihoul the Vk of Oruic or Siugcry, by
the Natural MclhixU of llcaliuc, Chron.
C ltacM a MiKClally, CoiKiiltatlua Cre
Mrtnhtr ortht Wlate and National Naturopath
A nUi . ftodttyt .-
Office la HotalluK Did., iUuJ, Oreoa
KINQ CRAFT
FURNITURE
MADE IN OREGON
We now have on display a fine line of this
Furniture in Dining, Tables and Chairs,
Buffets and Dressers, in nil styles and fin- '
Ishes, and at prices that appeal to all.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP BED SPRINOS j
coil and woven wire. The price " pa itr
rnnjfe from P&.OU Up
MATTRESSES.in gilk flow, cotton felt, jumbo ex
ceUior; plain and fancy tick, c fr ..
Prices are from Cp.UU Up
IRON UEDSFrom ?1.00 for a full size bed l as
much as you want to pay.
LACE CURTAlNSFrom 51.00 per pair up. Those
are the best bargains you ever saw.
FEATHER PILLOWS$i.90 a pair-abijr bargain.
Come in and nee ub. We take pleasure in showing our stock.
Thompson & Kennedy
Where Your Dollar Docs Its Duty.
On Wall street, near the First National uank.
It's HereSEE!
THE 1911 REO AUTO
on exhibition now at Bend's New Harness Shop
H. J. EGGLESTON, Agent
Manufacturer of '
HARNESS AND SADDLES
Dealer in
WAGONS, BUGGIES, AND FARM
IMPLEMENTS.
Hay and Grain for Sale. Shoe Repairing.
The Palm
FINEST SODA FOUNTAIN
IN CROOK COUNTY AND THE MOST
DELICIOUS DRINKS YOU EVER TRIED
ICE CREAM
CANDY, CONFECTIONERY
AND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES
Oranges per dozen 4()c and 50c
Lemons per dozen - 40c and 5,0c
Tomatoes per pound l2Kc and 15c
Bananas perdozen 40c and 50c
TURPIN & BRANTON
Wall Street.
7 L5!ll $:.imv iitjptfflitfeiy&K
O'DONNELL BROTHERS
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