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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1911)
GO ON PICNIC
Pastries, Rolls, etc.
13 Brosd Ticket $1.00
3 Bread Tickets 25c
Men Is Served from
a. in. to 8 p. m.
man school stud
ents HAVK OUTING.
Q 120. All LUC AN (II'TS
SHIRE IN BEND.
Complete Houses $230.00 to $865.00
Kverythlns! yon need l Included at the price we quote all
mitterUI required In tiw obstruction of a modern home
a name I
i-iinilitirllmi ate i
I lie licit nit tlic 1
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
Friday Spent Up River Pishing and
Helng Meld In I'repnrntlon
for Closing of Session,
Ittoiulrtt Anlmnl Will Replnco I'na
Lost by VAellKnor Mockmnn
l.nitt Winter AMIcposts the
Netttit In County.
Ati'li'lti't' plain, itifdiH-atloiii. Iilue mlnti. nnd lull ilrtslli utiont c
alo (urnliliril, totctlirr willi nn Itciulirtl tilcinrut o( llir niatrilal l
nuiVtt. We Mill ipuite pfli'ri (iryiil
tmr nuiLoinn' oahqain mouob
ptrpaiii tn your lUtinn
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"NCI IAKI K IHAIIM"
HM) Wmiuii Av niATin Waat,
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
Phone us. We will call for vour bundle.
The Home Land Company
Real Estate and
Timber Lands, Irrigated and Dry Farm Lands.
The Dalles, Oregon
You re cordially Invited to make TUB HOTEL DALLKS yqur
testing place while waiting over betwren traimon your way to anil
from Portland. New. thoroughly equipped, modern bote): steam
heat, elevator: suites and rooms with baths, l'irst class cafe. Rates
ft and upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager.
Corner Bond and Oregon Sts.
Rates $2 and S2.50 a Day
HUGH O'KANE, Manager
J. A. HAZUKA W. M. McGREGOR
We are Always "Glad
to Furnish Estimates
Shop in Rear of Rowlee Building on Wall Street
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the best that the town affords.
Neat nnd Comfortable Rooms. Bknd, Orhoon
IS THE ONLY PUCE
IS BEND THAT
r Open All Night
SHORT ORDERS QUICK SERVICE
Sandwiches and Lunches a Specialty
BILLY'S PLACE W. H. ADAIR WILLY'S PLACE
Wenandy Livery, Feed
J. H. WENANDY, Prop.
All kinds of light and heavy Livery.
FEED FOR SALE. HOUSES FOR SAMS.
Bond Street Bend, Oregon.
HELLO! Whore are you
Down to Cartor'a after a cord
of that good dry block wood.
My wifewon't burn anything
Carter is four bits cheaper
than others. He sells dry block
wood at $4.50 per cord.
F. M. CARTER
Wall Paper at
N. P. WEIDER
Cheapest and Dcst Wall Paper Sam
pies Id the cpuuty. Oct
Forgetting that there were such
things as honks to be studied and
lessons to bo recited, the IIIkIi
School students went on a picnic up
river Friday. The Misses Anne
Market nnd Ada Porter of the teach
ing stall accompanied them.
The trip was made in four auto
mobiles, and the picnickers went
beyond Una Island. The day was
spent in fishing nnd playing various
Karnes. Some of the boys were very
successful as anglers. A bountiful
luncheon was taken along and when
noon came this was spread out
together nnd the young jwople had
an enjoyable least.
The year's work at the High
School is now drawing to a close,
nnd the students are being put
through final examinations. The
Senior class will finish its work first,
probably by the latter part of this
week, and then begin the prostra
tions for graduation day on May 1M
WATER IN NEW DITCH.
Pine Forest Irrigation Canal Will He
Completed In July.
The Pine Forest ditch of the
Arnold Irrigation Company will be
completed this summer in time for
some of the ranchers whom it will
serve to get water for irrigation
purposes. Water has already been
put through the second flume of
far as Ernest Garrett's lateral, and
by the middle of July the work ic
extected to be completed, according
to W. J. McGillvray. president ol
the company. Many sink holes have
been encountered in constructing
The ditch is now furnishing water
to the Pine Forest Lumber Com
pany, which started its sawmill
about two weeks ago. tSritlin &
Seottong have a first clnsn sawmill
outfit and are turnirig out both
rough and planed lumber. They
have a large body of timber near
the mill site and have built ier
BURNS WANTS ROUTE
Harney Couty Seat Petitions Mall
Service From Uend.
IUHNS A petition asking for the
establishment of a daily mail route
between Burns and Bend on the com
pletion of the Deschutes railroad at
the latter point has been circulated
among the business men of this
city during the past week, over 100
signatures having been secured
thereto. Similar petitions have
been circulated among the home
stoadors between those two point
who will be benefitted by such u
mail service. It Is exacted that at
least 300 signatures will be obtain
ed. Portland Orogonian.
' IINLIST CHILUUIIN'S AID.
To educate the younger genera
tion to the imortance of forest
protection nnd also enlist its aid in
bringing the subject before the
parents, a striking illustrated loallel
on the forest lire evil is being pluced
in the hands of almost every school
child on the Pacific Coast by the
Western Forestry & Conservation
Association. Some HfiU.OOO copies
will be distributed in Oregon, Wash
ington, Idaho and Montana.
Eggs for hatching from pure bred
Silver Uicod Wyandottos. $1.1.0
per setting. Mrs. W. P. Downing,
Bend, Oregon. tf
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
Unlit) SUItt l.o ii1 Offer, Tlic lull". Oregon,
March joth. iii
Not If r la htrttiy Klven Ihut the Northern
I'arific Hallway ComiMiiy. who iKMt oilier al
Altvt I. hi. I'muI. Mlmimota, lia Oil. Jlh .lay of
I'rhriwry, lyii, fill In thl. office It application
lu aclrct uwltr Ihr (jrovUlona cil Ihr ait ol
Cougrcuapprocl July 1, iMljabtai y.7. 6o,j
arilcm)rl hy thr Act of CouiircM amrmtit
May 17. i'i. thr i!i )(, !( K. Srtlluii
IS, nr) aeij.alt ), hrctlun 34. Tw, iroulh.
Range II Kail, W. M., containing acre.
Serial No tit.
Any ami all prrtont claiming advrrttly Dip
tanda dccrltxil, or dt.lrlnglo objrcl Ixcauar of
Ihr mineral character of tlir land, or for any
other rraaou, lo Ihr dlapoaal to applicant, aliould
Sir thrlr athdaTitaof protcat In Oil. otter, 011 or
brfoir the toth day ofMay, 1(11.
- C. W. UOOKK.WtliUr.
MU.I.ICAN, May St. George Mill'
can returned Saturday from Mend,
where he bought a line Shire stallion
from S. K. Watson of Portland.
During the winter Mr. Millican hml
the misfortune to lose two stallions,
tn October he turned one out on the
range and never saw or found trace
of him again. The other died at
his ranch here.
Mrs. Ella Husey, who has been In
Hor health for some time, left for
Prineville Friday for treatment.
She was accompanied by her sister.
Mrs. Ada II. Millican.
J. S. Jackson, who had a line bay
gelding to got nwny .from himhete
several weeks ngo, found the horse
last week as the result of nit adver
tisement inthellend Ilulletin. A. ('.
Harbor, who lives on the Central
Otegun canal, saw the horse with a
band of wild ones near Morse Kidgo
and caught him.
Hubert Tyler drove up from Mend
Saturday and sH'iit Sunday with
The sign-boards along the llend
Hurns road are the subject of much
favorable comment by travelers
passing here. Those who have been
over the entire county say they are
the neatest inilooaU they have
NI'W CHURCH DHDICAIIUN.
Evangelists Gregg and Webb have
recently erected a new church build
ing at Culver Junction. They an
nounce that dedicatory services will
be held May 'J8, in connection with
11 county convention of all members
of the Christinn church of Crook
County. A basket dinner will be
Try The Ilulletin job printer).
Bend Hardware Company
Promptly Attended to
SHOP ON OREGON .ST.
A FULL LINE of
NOW ON HAND
Bend Hardware Company
1 ii -ii mm , 7 - i (
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A Blowof 2038 lbs.
Thia new Winchester
shoots a heavier bullet
and hits a harder blow
than any other recoil
operated rifle made. It
in more powerful than
the .30 Army, of b.g
Kame hunting fame. The
loading nnd firing of this
rifle ore controlled by
the trigger finger. It
HITS UKE THE HAMMER OP TIIUII
Sm4 tor lllattratti tlrcular fully
diicrlHif Ihli ntw til It vhith
hat Utintln and pomir plui-
New llatn. Caul U, S. A.
Henkle & Ford
RKAL RSTATE BROKHKS
We know the land open to suttlurs--
kno'w the soil know the corners---niul
GUARANTI:!: HVIHRY LOCATION.
Dont overlook these facts
if you want to locate.
If you have jjood real estate at the rijjht
price let us know of it and if we do not
buy it, can sell it for you.
Call and see us.
The Pioneer Wood Yard
Cull on or telephone us for ull kinds of
We snw Cord Wood and I.tmb Wood on short notice.
Orders Promptly Pilled.
(W. P. DOWNING, Proprietor.
To Portland, Spokane, Scntlle
St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis
Denver, Omaha, Kansas City
LEAVE PORTLAND !):or it. in . nr
8;0fi p. m., Culver 8:2:1 p. m., Opal
DIRECT STACJE CONNECTIONS
R. Hum., Chief Engineer
J. II. CoitiiKTT, Agent
Opal City, Ore.
Train leaves Opal City
H::i() a. m . Culver 8:Ml a. m.,
Metoluis 11 in a. m.. Mndruri
!:!(. a. in. Anie Portland
7: 15 p. in.
City H.r.l) p. ni. ' hmaj
to and from Interltir pointH.
R. E. MiniAHlrAgont
T. A. GltAllAM, Agent