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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1911)
The BEND COMPANY
Whether or not. you wish to buy, if there is anything you desire to know about
Bend or Bend property we shall be glad to aid you. We have just purchased a
new automobile, which is to be at the service of you and your friends who wish
to see Bend and the surrounding country.
Remember where our headquarters are in the old Pilot Butte Development
Company's office on the corner of Wall and Ohio streets the south end of
the big lawn. Address all communications Relative to Real Estate to
A. O. HUNTER
MANAGER. OF REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
tcrnoon, arriving here Monday
morninj?. They came in by way of
Shaniko, Prineville, Sisters and
Laidlaw and left here Monday after
noon for Burns, Vale, Ontario and
rniiMTnv crnrfi c to ItJnn0 Pmt3- In the party are I. W.
COUNTRY SCHOOLS TO . Buzb 0e Geddfa A F Cur.
.County Superintendent Will Appoint
Board of Four Members Bend
Man Expected to Bo Chosen
As" One of Them.
Bend'lresidents who attended
court at Prineville last week brought
back news that County Superintend
unt R. A. Ford will in a few weeks
announce the appointment of a
rural school supervisor and a board
composed of four members whose
duty it will be to act with him in
the conduct of rural schools in the
The last Legislature passed a law
providing for those appointments,
the act to go into effect June 1.
The work of the new officials will be
to investigate the conditions and
needs of schools in the rural districts
of Crook county and recommend
what step may best be taken to
better them. The supervisor may
devote his entire time to this work,
receiving a salary of not less than
51,000 per annum. Heretofore
rural schools have not received the
attention necessary to make them as
effective and efficient as they Bhould
be, and it was to fill this need that
the law was passed.
While the personnel of the board
I tier. Messrs. Currior nnd fiodriis
are ranchers and Mr. Buzby sells
"We are just looking over the
country," said Mr. Buzby, "and are
well pleased with what we have
seen so far. When we got here we
had traveled 374 milos and have not
yet 'had to have the doctor for our
machine. All the roads we traveled
have been good and we sailed along
at a good speed, without so much
as a 'blow-out' in five days. We
expect to be on the trip two or
three weeks and will probably go ,
down the Snake River in going home
SOON TO START UP
Cigar Factory of 11. G. Ruffe Will Be
Located On Bond Street
"Made in Bend" cigars will soon
be on the market, tho factory which
H. E. Ruffe of Portland will operate
here opening in a short time. Mr.
RufTe arrived Sunday night from
Portland, bringing in a large stock
of leaf tobacco. He has secured a
location on Bond street, in part of
the building formerly occupied by
J. R. Williams, and expecU to be
turning out Havana smokers within j
a week or ten days.
With the exception of shingle and
sawmills, this will be the first
and Klamath counties will be eligi
ble to membership in the league.
Beautiful Bend Residence at Less
Than Market Value.
Five-room Bungalow, three blocks
from Dej)ot site, on good 80-foot
street. The lot lies level nnd free
from rock. Walls of the house are
covered with high grade burlap,
and painted. The floors nre solid ,
and varnished. The den has a window i
seat, book shelves, and a receding
bed. There is a fire-plnce and chim
ney, and a veranda on two sides,
size 10x20 feet.
This property is well worth $2,000,
but we will take $1,050, $500 down,
balance easy terms.
M. S. Iattin & Co.
8 Bend, Ore.
TyMjVV KiTfiS KIBBU.NS.
Typewriter riblxnis on sale at
The Bulletin Office, record riMmus
for the followin in.icliuu-.s: Oliver,!
Remington, Visilile and Royal.
NOTICK FOR IM.'i.MCATIOX.
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ilh flay of June 1911
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manufacturing plant to begin busi-
is not yet announced, it ia said that! ness in Bend.
Bend. Prineville. Laidlaw and Red-1
mond will each have a representative
ON LONG AUTO TRIP
CALL IS ISSUED
Meeting to Be Meld to Form Central
Oregon Development League.
The Prineville Commercial Club is
issuing invitations to cities of Ccn-'
tral Oregon to send delegates there
Three Men Making Tour of Central
and Castern Oregon.
'h,, up the on June 30 and July 1 to form the
Central , Central OregonDovelopment League.
own Bend will have one or more repre-
"ee sentatlves there.
g. Cities in Crook, Wheeler, Grant,
t Harney, and the north half of Lake
Tte Number 520, Six-Shot
Repeating Sbotjran at $25.00
It a hammerlcaa gun with a solid
frame. ICatlcr to operate quick
er and smoother action than any
other. It nercr balks and Is
Detailed description of nnr of our
(una U In our ICO Tare Tree dtalof.
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If you ritnnnt olrfaln STttVI'NS
t!irnuih your dealer, wo
win amp uireu, eiprraa
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& TOOL COMPANT
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"Carey Act" Government
You must act promptly or this land will
be gone as it is settling rapidly.
Write for Information to
LAND COMMISSIONHR, RliDMOND, CRIIOON
415 RAILWAY EXCHANGE, Portland Ore. BENjj, ORUQON