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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1911)
DEAL! The charges against B. Glrton woro
dismissed on n motion of tho state.
Lumber Co. and ltrlck ft Tile
A 'deal was closed this week
whereby tho Bend Lumber Co. and
the Bend Brick & Tile Co. wns
merged. A. II. Horn, who owned
the 1 utter concern, has sold n third
interest to W. E. Scott nml a third
to R. C. Colver of Seattle. The
price paid was ? 10,000 for the two-
thirds share, says Sir. bcott. Air.
Colver also bought the interest of
F. McNaught in the lumber
company. The name of the new
organization will bo the Bend Brick
& Lumber Co. A. H. Horn is presi
dent and W. E. Scott secretary and
treasurer. The organization is
capitalized at $20,000.
Mr. Colver and family are already
here to make their hono and ho
will take an active interest in the
affairs of the company, The saw
mill plant one and a half miles
southeast of town will be enlarged
and kept running all the time.
Brickmaking will be started as
soon as improved machinery which
is now on- the way is received and
installed. A sand mold power press
will be used, insuring a good qual
ity of brick. The clay Held of the
comnany . southwest ot town is
nearly nmety feet deep, as was
shown during well drilling oper
ations, and is of fine quality to make
durable brick. Work continues on
the well being drilled at the brick
yard, the)iole being 190 feet deep
JUSTICE COURT BUSY
TUMALO NUWS NOTES.
Tumalo, Juno 19.- The father
and mother of C II. Spangle have
been visiting their son and family
but have returned to their homo
parts on business last week,
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Woolley have
returned to their
ditch land east of
J. P. Wlmer and C. Pederson are
over on the Metolius (tailing.
George Htgginson Is digging i
Clarence Branton was in these well on his ranch near this place.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Ho feels quite confident thnt ho will
bo able to get water In tho well,
LUMMIR Alll.l. RUSUMUS WORK.
The Bend Company luw secured
the services of W. II, Tyron of.Port
land to operate the pinners' at their
lumber mill. Clyde McKay, man
ager of tho mill, says Mr. Tyron Is
tho best planer man they could llnd,
and that from now
class planing work
the mill. Tomorrow tho mill re
sumes operations, and will not bo
shut down for a long time, says Mr.
McKay. A great number of logs
are on hand, and ready to send
down the river.
Four Held to' Grand Jury on Bawdy
court did a big business last week,
on complaint of W. R. Wilkinson
and Miliary Triplett four persons
being bound over to the grand jury
each with $600 bond, all charged ,
with keeping or permitting to be
kept bawdy houses. I
On complaint of W. R. Wilkinson,
the local deputy sheriff who has'
just resigned, Earl Myers was
brought up, and alter a hearing'
was bound over to the grand jury. I
James Girton, Ada Hunt, alias Mary
Doe, and J. S. Parminter. com
plaint against whom was made by
Triplett, each furnished the same
bond, having waived examination.)
WHICH WE WOULD LIKE TO
SELL TO THE PEOPLE OF BEND
Singer Sewing Machines
in stock, at Portland prices.
The Bulletin' has received a supply
of the best K. & E. blueprint paper,
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paper, cross-section paper, drawing
ixnidlx, iH'ii.s and inks, erasers,
cruisers' compasses, steel taes, etc.
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All Imtlmiit setwii in have learned n
wonderful wny of walklwt iiiikiimi.
iiiiikliiu tlu'iiiKclYO Invlxlhln like err
tnlii HpltliTn. which, In viihii of nhiriii.
oiuni'tl, for cxttniplo. Iiy n lihil allulit'
Iiik on tho IiiimIi tliolr wi'lm arc xpri'iid
upon, liiumiUati'ly lioiiiu'ti tliomai'lveH
up mid down on their elimtlc ihronil
ho rapidly thnt only n lilur li x'ltlhlo.
Tho wlhl tmllnn power of ciiiIuk
olioervatlon. i'Vimi vrlieru lliero In little
on much llrst ( or no rover to hide In. wns prolmhly
will be done at ' slowly ai'ipilreil In hiird hiinilnu mid
llHhtluir lemon while (ryliiK to up
iroiicti jtaine. dike i'ihmiiIi'n Iiy surprint
or net safely away when eoinpelled to
retreat. And this experience truiinnill
till thronuh innny KWienillouo seem,
lit liMiiith to have become wliitl Ik
vnk'iioly culled timtlmt.-Johii Atulr In
morning. First come, llrst nerved, ,
(ireun corn, cucumbers, all kinds of
strawberries, etc,' at Mrs. Schiller's,
llowloo corner. , .
All ranchers who wlnh to uno tho f''
NOOO feet of fioo timber to which
they are entitled from tho forest
reserves every year had bettor (ilCT
BUSY. Wo can saw this for you,
delivering the kind of lumber ynu
want when you want It, at our mill
tluew miles from SIsUuh.
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I'reah I'rult and Vegetables.
To tho lovers of fresh vegetable
and fruit: A telegram was received
this (Wednesday) morning from
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Bend Hardware Co.
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STATU 111' OHHnoN.
New Mux of Millinery
Mrs. Mcintosh and Mrs. .Shtiner
have Just ivcelved a lino line of new
millinery, of the latest stylos nml
shapes, bulled should call early
ami make their selections. I'mli
lonable iliotwmuklng at leasoiiablo
rates, ('outs anil suits tuiiile tunnlor.
Olllce second lloor Ciiapmim build
Noik'o lo Water Users.
The Central Oregon lirlgatlon
Comitany Water Users' AssocJation
Joan Schlirer, who Is In Portland. ! will meet Ui Jleilmouil on Mitunlay.
that he had made arrangements to July J. HM1. at I o'clock p. in. All
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i piiii ii rnii wKi'iiiuiim iiiivi unit ",j' ..' -..,,..-... ,. .,,,
dally at tho cheapest possible pi Icon, present. H. II. SN DISK,
llrst shipment to arrive Friday irn twreiary.
Corner Dond and OreRon Hit.
Rates $2 and $2.50 a Day
HUQH O'KANE, Manager
I. C s llKm.C.l)ler t the (tare named
tink.iloMletnnly iRttr tKl the ttHi.e .U1e
menl U Hue to llie fcetl uf my kui.lnle n.
belief C. S. llClMOS, C.hl.l.
i! A sriua.
f C Co.
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SutKrlbednl im lo Ufuie me Ihl.i'th
day f lune 1911
LKWIh II. McHHV.S'OLIH, .Nsltty I'uttlc
IS TIIK ONLY I'UCI
IN IIKNt) THAT IH
Open All Night
SHORT OKDUUS QUICK SHKVICIi
Sandwiches and Lunches n Specially
New Dining Room Just AddedTables for Ladle.
BILLY'S I LACU W, H, ADAIR BILLY'S IU.ACI!
in m ",
One Hundred Lots
Wc are offering one hundred lots at a reduction of
25 per cent from list prices. Make your selection
early. List prices range from $100 up. Size of lots
50x140 feet. The biggest bargains to be had in Bend
20 Per Cent Cash and $10 Per Month
An adequate water system will be installed and in operation in these Additions within 30 days from the time the railroad is completed
to this place. VA large water wheel and piping is ordered and one and one-half miles of ditches for water mains arc already dug. A
20,000-gallon water tank is under construction. Along the railroad, which passes through this property, are natural locations for
manufacturing plants. Let me take you over this property and quote you prices. You will find Just what you arc looking for.
J. A. EASTES, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
FARM LANDS. BUSINESS PROPERTY. 320-ACRE HOMESTEADS.
WE HAVE TWO AUTOS IN OUR SERVICE AND A CIVIL ENCHNEER IN THE FIELD TO LOCATE YOU ON THE CHOICEST PUBLIC
LANDS. OUR FEES ARE AS REASONABLE AS ANY RELIABLE LOCATOR'S.
CDtTtPfAI 160 Acres One and One-Half Miles from town in 5 and 10 Acre Tracts. We give 1000 chickens CDITIAI
Or I!IiTLl-"with each 10 Acre purchase and 500 with each 5 Acre purchase. Write for further partlculars""0r J&VsIXaLs