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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1911)
The BEND COMPANY
By the purchase of the property of A. M. Drake, The Bend Townsite Company,
The Pilot Butte Development Company and The Bend Water Light & Power
Company the above company secured the real estate upon which the future city
of Bend must locate. To encourage the development of the city and to give
everyone an opportunity to share in the prosperity of the city, a reduction of
$125,000.00 was made from former prices on the present platted real estate.
Choice Inside Business Lots from $500 to $ 1500
Residence Lots from $100 to $300
On very easy terms of payment. These prices are special and those who con
template the. purchase of property should make their selections at once.
CALL AT OUR OFFICE OR WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW PROPERTY. ADDRESS:
A. O. Hunter, Real Estate Representative, Bend
HAMS COST LIFE
t was held there. The verdict was
I that Miller came to his death from
'frunshot wounds inflicted by Deputy
' Williams. The officer was later
THIEF, TRYING TO ES
Tom Miller, Being Taken to Prlnevllle
In Auto, OeU Out and Run Re-
futlnr to Halt, Ho li Killed
By Deputy Sheriff.
CELEBRATION JULY 4
OrAL City, June 6. The theft of
three hams from the commissary
department of the Oregon Trunk
here cost Tom Miller his life Thurs
day. He was shot to death by
Deputy Sheriff Claude Williams
while being taken to Prinevillo In
.Early Thursday the watchman at
the Jones warehouse saw a man
whom he presumed to be a cook i
getting meat out of a supply car. '
Later in the day the hams were
missed and Miller was arrested for
stealing them and selling them at a
restaurant. Accompanied by six
men besides his prisoner, Williams
started In a big auto for Prlnevllle
to" 'lodge him In jail. Tho car was
driven by D. D. Gardner of Bend,
oil the seat with whom sat Miller.
Three mires this side of Crooked
River, Miller asked to be let out of
the car a minute. The request was
granted and ho took advantage of
the opportunity to escape.
There is a growth of junipers at
this point and through these he
started to run., The deputy called
to'hlm several times to halt, and
when he did not, fired once or twice
into the air to frighten him. This
having no effect, he lowered his
pi&Co) and two bullets took effect in
the man's chest, one cutting through
his arm before entering tho body.
The wounded prisoner was picked
up and placed in the auto and the
machine driven rapidly toward
Pjtheville. Miller lived only about
fifteen minutes, however, and when
O'jNeiil was reached tho coroner
was; telephoned for. An inquest
Preparations Being Made (or Observ
ing Independence Day In Bend.
Plans are being made for the
celebration of July Fourth here in
a big way, and a largo crowd is ex
pected in town on that day. Details
of the program have not yet been
worked out by those having the
arrangements in charge, but these
will probably include races of
various kinds, a baseball game,
parade and other features to amuse
both the young and the old, as well
as the middle-aged. The band will
furnish music to add liveliness to
the occasion, and in the evening
there will be dancing for those who
An invitation is extended to all
the people of the surrounding
country and tho entire county to
bring their basketa and join Bend
In making this historic day a festive
ADDITION WEST OP RIVER.
The new addition to Bend, Grand
view, plat of which has been ap
proved by tho County Court, as re
ported last week, lies on the west
side of the river. It is situate in
section 31, 18-12, and adjoins Ken
wood on the southwest corner, cm
bracing ten acres. The property
was sold to the Oregpn Trunk De
velopment Co., which also has
bought land at Madras, Culvor,
Opal City and Redmond, by The
Bend Company. The approved plat
in the county clerk's office bears the
name of Frank May as the engineer
who surveyed the addition.
CORNETT SELLS OUT
Buckley Company to Handle Express
and Stage Business.
The Cornett Stage and Stable Co,
has transferred its stage and express
business between Oregon Trunk and
Deschutes Railway points a,nd .Bend'
to the Buckley Express Co. The
Wenandy Livery Co. is the com
pany's local agents and will operntu
autos in connection with Buckley.
.An improved service with railway
points will be given by the new
arrangement. The stage will arrive
here daily at 7 a. rn. and leave
here at 12 noon. The Portland
papers will be dolivercd nearly as
early in the morning as in that city,
though a day later, aa the stage will
leave Opal City every evening after
the train gets in.
(PurnUhrd by the Crook Couutjr Abstract Co )
Crook County Inv, Co. to Wlllielmlna
Dcy, Itjo. blk 31, ami It 31, 1IU i,
Keilmoml Townilte Co, to Maria L.
Tlnlcy, It 5. bile 34, Redmond, Sijo,
O. V. Well et at to J Taliaferro, It
17. I'lk 35, Kctluioiul. f6$o
Cludwick II Irvin to '.. Taliferro, tlk
13, Killuiter'a add to Redmond, (Si
Frederick It. Kan ton et ux to T II.
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Opal City Land Co. to t.ydla S I'air
chiles. It 6, blk 44, Opal City, ftoo.
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ne; wi cc 15-1 1-lH. (sheriff's deed
Crook Co. Inv. Co. to Michael Ilynan,
Its 36 and 37, blk 93, Ilillinan.
The lleml Co to Maurice C. Coihman,
It 3, blk 18, I'ark add , Wend. $130.
Maurice I'. Coshman to Marguerite
GenunK.t ,t 3, blk 18, I'ark add , He ml.
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R. J. Scofield and hiuband to I'.tnil
Qrickson, Its 11 and 13, blk 9, Deschutes
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II, J. Overturf et ux to Dorothy,
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Houston, Itv 11 and 13, blk 30, Ilillinan.
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