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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 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 realvestate upon which the future city
of Bend njust 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
RAILWAY MEN'S TOUR n.Jh.vevourKUe.m.ae.tJ.UKrln.!.
foe plant in Fortlanil according to bur
prescription and deliver them to you lr
ore he leaves for home. lie rxwcU to
I arrive here Friday evening, June Jjril,
IQII, and ttay atxut two week. 1'or
further particular and information
kindly communicate with Mr. A. M.
Lara. Dr. Mattern will occupy an office
in the rutnam Iluililini; on Wall Street.
Party of Northern Pacific Officials on
For the purpose of becoming
better acquainted with the Central
Oregon country, & party of North
ern Pacific Railway men, accom
panied by Portland publishers, was
in Bend last Wednesday evening on
a tour of this part of the state.
They spent a short time here, leav
ing with Klamath Falls as their
southern destination. Those in the
H. C. Nutt, 4th vJce-prcs., Ta
coma; J. G. Woodworth, traffic
mgr,, St. Paul; A. D. Charlton,
asst. gen. pass, apt., Portland;
Henry BInkeley, gen. west'n frt.
agt., Tacoma; F. H. Fogarty, assist
ant, Portland; L. J. Bricker, immi
grant agt., St? Paul; 0. D. Wheeler,
publicity dept., St. Paul; B. S.
Cook, pass, dept., Portland; R. B.
Briggs, photographer, Portland; W.
E. Coman, Oregon Trunk, Portland;
H. L. and J. W. Pittock, Oregonian;
C. S. Jackson, Oregon Journal;
John F. Carroll, Telegram, and E.
W. Costello, stenographer.
President Gray of the S. P. & S.
was unable to accompany the tour
ists on account of sickness.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
(Furnished by the Crook County AUtrut Co.)
The Bend Co. to John Mots, lot 8, 9,
10, btk 15, Pailc add. liend. (1575. Also
lot I, blk 34, Ilcnd. 51435.
Chat. O. Johnttnn to Atla J. Johnston
WH nejfi sejt' nw and nejf sw, tec.'
I'rank C. Rowlee et nz to Ada J. John
ston, cX te.V. sec 34 and ej neX sec
35-II -9. 1 1 000.
Frederick II. Rawton et uz to T. II.
Shevlin, sur swjf, sec 14; "h nw,
sejt' nw and neX c 33 and nw sec
Charles W. Kmboly to Oregon Cen
tral Improvement Co. tec 16 33-31. f 10.
Redmond Towntite Co. to C. W. Ilotb,
lots 3 and 4, I 'lit 9, second addition to
Redmond Townsite Co. to Susie Court
right, lots 1, 3; blk 18, Redmond. 350.
The lleml Co. to It. J. Oterluri, lul 1,
blk 33, (lend, fiooo.
I K. Smith et ux to Martin II. Dono
van, lot 5, blk 35, Redmond, ft
Arthur A. Deck et ux to M. 1'. Setters,
)i )i "X, 35-I&-II. ft.
The Ilend Co. to Win. J. Shannon, tot
14. blk 9. ti add. Ilend. J665.
Redmonil Townsite Co. to the Oregon
Trunk R. R, too ft strip across blks 31,
40, 41, and wtj blk 60, and across blks
59. 63 and e4 blk 63 and eh block 78,
Redmond, and across setf sec 16-15-13.
The Ilend Securities to Strlcll Ac Tweet
lots 10, 11, blk 5. Rlveitlde atldltlou to
Joseph C. Smith to Samuel N. Steele.
wM X anil self iw sec I, and iteV
I!,1 KC IJ-30-IO. f 10.
II. S. Keynolds et ux to Win. Ncilson,
netf, sec8-i8-i4. flo.
Oeorve I,. Moore to Krnett A. Smith,
lot 18, blk 14, Lytic, f 1.
Iten Colter to I. L. Courtrlght, lot 6,
blk 55, Keilmonii. fjaj.
The Dalles, Oregon
Yoa are cordially Invited to make TIIIJ HOTltL DALI.KS your
testing place while waiting over between tralnson your way to and
from Portland. New, thoroughly equipped, modern hotel; steam
heat, elevator; suites and rooms with baths, l'irst class cafe. Kates
1 1 and upward.
Ideal Stopping Place Going to and from Central Oregon.
PETER KUEHNLING, Manager.
BEND ClfJARS ON MARKET.
H. E. Ruffe, who recently started
a cigar factory on Bond street, has
moved into better quarters on Ore
gon street near Bond and now has
made-in-Bcnd cigars on display and
on the market. The first cigar ever
made here is on exhibition and Is a
monster one, being about two feet
long and -.nearly as large in diameter
asla person's arm. Mr. Ruffe has
namrv! .'nrw nt H! lirnnrln "Um "
anotherH'Three Sisters" and another
"High Ranger. W He will do both
a wholesale and retail business.
(Jood News, Read This. t
Dr. K, 0. Ma tern, for twenty year
manager of the I. C. HcnricliBcit optical
lustitutcot I'ortland, was prevailed upon
by Mrs. Ai' M. Lara and a number of
other people of lieod, to take his outiiig
here and tvas promised a inc. fulling
trip, the doctor being fond of out (Joor
sports, and in the meantime he prom'ise'd
to bring a complete outfit of instruments
necessary to make a thorough diagnosis
of errors of refraction of the eye, and
prescribe for those needing glasses to
relieve eye strain. He w 11 alto bring
an up-to-date line of spectacle and eye
glass mountings, also a novelty line of
liuses as fine as can be had. Dr. Mattern
is horouguly scientific man, at the
head of lift class in optometry, and has
Iteen conducting a large practice in I'ort
land for twenty years. If you peed his
service if would be wise to consult him
at ouce after his arrival to be can send
Put Your Duds
In. Our Suds
Bend Steam Laundry
Phone us. We will call for your bundle.
R. M. SMITH
Who Carries Your Insurance?
The ROVAI. INSURANCK Co., Ltd., of
Liverpool, England, so far as moro size
goes, is the largest company doing
business In America.
This company has been paying losses
since 1815 at the rnto of ono overy 8
minutou and 'M HecondB. It was one
of the five companion to pay dollar for
dollar In the San Francisco confltigrh- ,
tion. The Royal does business the
world over on broad linos. Its settle
ments are quick and fair. For a
policy in the Royal ask
M. S. Lattin Si Company
Any Kind of Insurance Anywhere.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with Iho bast that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms, Hon, Okikion
HARNESS ANJ) SAUDLKRY
Open for Business in a Few Days
IN CHAPMAN HUILDINd.
on all Suits at Men'sToggery
In order to clean up nnd make room for my full line
which will he here hy July 15, I am floing to make
the prices ns follows, commencing Siitiirtlny, June 17.
$ 1 2.00 Suits reduced to $ 9.00
$14.00 Suits reduced to $10.50
$16.50 Suits reduced to $12.50
$18.00 Suits reduced to $14.00
$20.00 Suits reduced to $ 1 5.00
$25.00 Suits reduced to $18.50
$27.50 Suits reduced to $20.00
These suits will not last long at these prices so come
while the stock and sizes fire complete.
A. L. FRENCH
Oregon street, between Wall and Bond, Ucnd, Oregon,