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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1911)
Office temporarily with J. A.
Eastcs, on Orcjron St.
Wo are prepared to
1 Work of all kinds.
Oregon Street, BUND, ORK.
AlANY BUILDINGS RISE
Nlneteen-Room Mouse Near Depot
Site Will Soon He Completed
Work Started on Several
We will sell, until May 10th. nil kinds of
lumber ut reduced rates, as follows:
1x12 Common $12 Per M
Dimension Stock . . .
Shiplap No. 1 Common
Shiplap No. 2 Common
Flooring No. 1 . . .
Flooring No. 2 . .
Finish No. 1 . . . .
$10 Per M
S15 Per M
$13 Per M
$30 Per M
$25 Per M
S30 Per M
I Three Creeks Lumber Co.
aisT, oReao.N. J
HTHE most refreshing
drink, the best of
all spring tunics and
the purest be er n jr e
The Silvertooth Saloon
is the befet place in
Central Oregon to buy
beer. Our private
coltl storage plant, soon
to be erected in Hend,
will give us every facil
ity for properly hand
ling beer. At Port
land the beer will be
loaded into refriger
ator cars direct from
the cold storage, and
hauled to Bend and placed in our cold storage without being allowed
to vary one degree in temperature. Any expert chemist will tell you
that this is the only way to keep beor RIGHT. And that's the way
you want it, of course. If our schooners aren't large enough, we'll
put a handle on a keg for you. Yours to please,
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
Family Liquor Store. Corner Bond and Oregon Sts.
If you want something to eat try
Pure Ice Cream CAAA'CDT A lC Pure Ico Cream
Every Day OAVl O i LALt Every Day.
on Bond street. Annex to Stephens & Puttie's saloon.
The Deschutes Bar
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
EVERYTHING TO DRINK
BUT DESCHUTES WATER."
GIRTON 2b COMPANY
With n large number of buildings
under construction now and more
being planned, Hend showB substant
ial evidence of n healthful growth.
Many persons who contemplate erect
ing residences or business houses
this summer are waiting for the
coming of trains, but at present the
sound of the carpenter's hammer
and saw Is hennl on all sides.
On Evergreen avenue.only a short
distance from the proposed site of
the Oregon Trunk depot, II. D.
Brown, who came hero in Mnrch
from Portland, is having construct
ed n nineteen-room building. It is
a two-story structuro with basement
and is being erected as a rooming
J and apartment house. All the mod
,ern conveniences, such as baths,
toilet and electric lights, are being
installed. The building is Hearing
'completion and will be ready for
occupancy by May 15. It was erect
ed at an approximate cost of SK.OOO,
J. W. Dimick doing the work.
About the middle of next month
Councilman V. H. Sellers will begin
the erection of a seven-room rosi
I dence of the bunalow type in Center
i Addition. It will be placed in the
j center of two GO-foot lots, with nn
1 npproximntedimonsion of 110x40 feet,
jone and n half stories in height.
I Work has commenced on a resi
dence that is being built for G. Pj
Putnam, on lotu-l and u of bldck 10,
in Park Addition, near the Ijihi
house. It will be of the bungalow
type, ami will have two stories, with
floor dimnseions .IGxIl feet, under
half of which there will be a collar.
The building will be shingled.
II. J. Overturf soon will com
mence the construction of n dwelling
in Park Addition next to the I -urn
residence. Clyde McKay nl will
build, at an early date, nn eight
room bungalow, of one ami a half
stories, on lots 2 and II of block 1'2,
Real lislnte I rnnsftfrrt.
(FurnWhtd by It. CtouV Ciwnty .bUl Co )
Martha 1,. Cram to John I). I.nfullcttr,
lot 10. bile 7, l'lr.t add., rnticvlllr.
I Redmond Tnv.nite Co. to J. J. JeK".
lots 3 ami 4, WW J, RhIiwjihI. f joo.
1 Redmond Towmite Co. to MackdonaM
Wright. Iota 7, 9 ami io, Ulc 56, Keil
1 Urilinnml Tnwluitc Co. to W. C Hra-
lean, lot 3 ami 4, bile 24. Keiliiwiul. iyu.
C. C Cooper to Chat. 1 Cualioti, lot
t, hilt 57. Iaiiww. ioo.
C. C. Cooper to Chat. I'. Chalfon, h
netf. sec. 33. 15-11. fM.
Inland Umpire Co. to Mctollu. State
Hank, loti I and 3, blk 32, Metolius.
Inland Umpire Co. to Hugh Carr, lot
3, blk 4, Meloliut. f 150.
Samuel K. Gray, et ux to Tnm-A-I.um
I.br Co., lot 3, blk 5, Ncot add , Mad
Uea Hros. to T. H. Jones, lot 9, blk 15,
Madras, ft SO.
Sidney Lewis to Htliel Wakey, ni lot
13, blk 15, Madras. fiu.
Kea Hros. to Jlirdle llurtotl, lot II, blk
15, Madras, f 150.
J. I'. Morrlf, et ux to James I,. Mc
Daniel, lots 9 and 10, blk 3, Newborn's
Thlnl add., l'rineville. fy.
0re0U & Western Col. Co. to I. S.
Dobbt, nej liwtf.l, 1517, ami etf scjf.
C. 35. MI7 I'.ooo.
Redmond Townsite Co. to Hen Cotter,
lot 4, blk 37, Redmond. $150.
Warren I. Davenport, et ux to Davrn
port-Stanley Ranch Co., scjf. sec. 6, S
I'rank R. Davenport, et ux to Davenport-Stanley
Ranch Co,, ue,V, ec. 7, 8-
litnory Davenport, et ux to )avenport
Stanley Ranch Co., se,iec. j, 18-14. f 1.
Mark Dfyeiiport, et ux to Davenport
Stanley Ranch Co., netf, 7, 18-14. and
c X sw Jl.se&ii. 1813. (Quitclaim)
l'.dltll H. Sims and husband to Davenport-Stanley
Ranch Co., swtf, 13, 18-13,
lUrrett Park to Geo. W. Md'arUue,
wjj lots 13, 14, 15 " I". ' M Kel
Arthur R. Rogers to Hend Timber Co.,
)i nwtf . nej wtf and nwtf nc.sec.
13, 1410, 1 10
Crook County Hank to W. A. Ilelcher,
et al lots I, 3 and 3, blk 47; lots 1, 3
and 3, blk 46; lots ni3, blk 38, Red
U. Ilaumler, et ux to J, 1'. Morris, lots
7, 8, 9 and 10, blk 2, Newsom'a Third
add,, l'rineville. f, 1.
I.aldlaw Townsite Co. to Kittle G.
Turner, lot 4, blk 66, Laldlaw. $85.
Harlon P. Oiig, et al to Adolpb H.
l'Ucher, lota 1 and 3, blk 4, Kenwood,
Mrs. Martha A. Farrlsn to A. A. Bur-
rls, lot 4, lil- '. Madras, ft.
Chester Starr to Robert W. Zrvely,
lots it nml 13, blk 3, Thlnl add., l'llnc
Rrditiond Townsite Co. to I'loyd T.
Williams, lots 3 mid 6, blk yi.Redmoml.
Crook Co. Inv, Co. to II. II. Wallace,
lots 33 mid 24, blk H., lhlltiinn. loo,
Samuel Giiiv, et n In Milton (5. I'll
lette, lots 4 mid 13. blk 13, l)eHit mid.,
Madras, ft. (Qiilti-lulm )
Mlllon I', l'lllctte, et ux to Sniniirl It.
Gray, lots 1 ami 17, blk 6, Depot ndd
Mmtrns. ((Jultolalm )
I.aldlaw Townsite Co. to IMmona M,
Alidetsou, lot 6, blk 5(1, I.aldlaw. fcj.v
CtihimbiiH J. Johnnoii, rt ux to Hdyth
A. Rldroiit, lot 1 blk 2, Johnson's add.,
Rrdinond Townsite Co. to Rlmrr 1.
Covert, lots 7 and 8. blk 53, Red
Ifyounetnl any mill machinery
or repairs, see the Bend Milling &
Warehouse Co. LlstimatoH furnish
ed on repairs and new plants of any
J. W. Dimick is prewired to do
all kinds of high grade architectural
work, make plans, blue prints, etc.,
for business houses and resi
- If you wish to Imve your ex
press ami light freight come in
uloiiK with your letters and daily
papers, hnvc it conic in on the mtiil
line Tint Cohnktt Staou &
Staiilk Co 35tf
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For More Complete Information
General Piussenger Agent
It Will Pay You In dolluvs unci cents ami in
the siitisfnittioii i' hiivinn CiD,Jc
the very best, to trade at 3 i II C S
Fine Stock of
Dry Goods and
Wo Soli Only tho Best Lino
of Footwear . Tho Famous
They "lit like yourfiHitprint."
It Will Pay You in dollar, and nuts and in
tlie satisiaiHion of h
the very best, to tru
the satislaetion ot Having r ii amI,
tradeat OctlllCi' 5
THE OLD RELIABLE
E. A. SATHER
BILL YOUR (1()()I)S TO
Metolius Warehouse Co.
J. V. IIOONI-. MnnnKcr.
We are prepared to handle all kinds of
freight and do a general forwituliiiK
business. Satislaetion is iiiHianteed.
Metolius Warehouse Co.
jBl .I . iv?'J!ijS 3.
I 1 WLiratJlf0rZMSmP
This new WinchfiBtrr
uhoots a heavier bullet
and h ta a harder blow
than any other recoil
operated rifle made. It
is more powerful than
the .30 Army, or big
gnmc hunting fame. The
loadin;; and firing of this
i.fle arc controlled by
the trigger linger. It
JUTS LIKE THE IMUMEII OPTIIOr.
5nJ lor lllailralii tlrtular tally
ditcilbing Ihll ntw till! whlth
hat ttrtntlh ana povtr plut.
Ntw lisrta, Conm, D, S. i.
Adjoins Bend on the south.
Most beautiful residential sec
tion in Bend.
Also Some Choice Business Lois.
Timber Lands lioiijjht and Sold.
HUNTER & STAATS I
WAM, STRIJKT, IJ1JNI), OR.
Subscribe for The Hend Uulletin$1.50 it year. Attractive
premium offers and clubbing rates. .
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