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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1911)
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FATAL WRECK ON O. T.
One PnsscnRvr Killed, Others
Fntnlly Injured Monday.
The first passenger wreck on the
Oregon Trunk Rnihvny occurred
Mondoy afternoon nt Dyke, about
IB miles south of Moody, and re
sulted In the Instant death of one
person and the injury of nearly a
Bcorc more. The engine left the
rails on a curve and rolled down an
embankment, the passenger coaches
gjing over on it. There were -10 or
oO passengers on the train. A sun
kink is supposed to have caused the
Louis Risinsr. a storekeeper of
Warmspring, was killed outright
and five others were fatally injured.
These were: Mrs. Rising, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Baker and son Morris,
Sheridan, Ore.; Mrs. J. W. Rassmus,
Ellsworth, Ore. About a dozen re
ceived minor injuries. They were
all taken to The Dalles hospital.
Hal Hoss, who was returning to
Bend from a visit to Salem, and I'.
H. Blossom of Cleveland, Ohio, a
newcomer to Bond, were on the
train but escaped unhurt. They
reached here shortly before noon
yesterday, not getting to Opal City
until 6 a. m. Tuesday.
ACCEPTS NEW PLATS
Bend Park Passed on Deschutes,
Once Wesley, Is Now Centralo
At the meeting of the County
Court last week the chief action
was the accepting of a number of
After the reprcsentativesffcf the
Bend Park Co. had presented the
permission, for the use of that
name, of the Bend Company and
the Pilot Butte Development Com
pany, the plat of Bend Park was
accepted. Plat of an addition to
Bend Park, that of the three Batten
forties, east of town, also was
The Control Oregon Irrigation
Company's townsito, between Bend
and Redmond, first known as Wesley
and later changed to Deschutes, re
ceived still another nomenclature
jolt at the hands of the county
solons, who ruled that "Deschutes"
could not be used as a name, the
word already being employed else
where in the county. Finally the
name "Centralo" was fixed upon.
An addition to Sisters, platted by
the Oregon & Western Colonization
Co., was accepted.
OGDEN MAN BUYS HERE
Hotel Proprietor Becomes Bend Prop
erty Owner and May Move Mere.
Another enthusiast has been
added to the ranks of the Bend
Boosters in the person of II. Brum
mell. of Ogdcn, Utah. Mr. Brum-
mcll, who has purchased from The
Bend Company lot 10 of block 22, is
the proprietor of the Helena Hotel,
Ogden's best known hostelry.
"Am I enthusiastic over Bend's
prospects? Well, I paid cash for
Bend property, and money talks
pretty loud, you know," said Mr.
Brummell last Thursday. "Bend
looks the best to me of anything I
have seen in Oregon. If I can
arrange an advantageous sale for
my Ogden property I shall come
here at once and erect a big modem
FIRE UNDER CONTROL
Forest Blaze, in Tumalo Country,
Apparently Set By Camp Fire.
A fire that is suppose! to have
originated from a camp fire, which
has been burning in the Tumalo
country since tbe latter part of last
week is today reported by Forest
Supervisor J. R. Harvey as being
under control. About 3,000 acres
burned over. Practically all of this
(s outside the forest reserve, chiefly
in township 17, range 10.
Under the direction of Fire War
den J. II. Haner 22 men have been J
at work on the fire for several days. '
The blaze is said to have started
about three miles southeast of
JOLLY COUNrKY I'ICMC. .
At the home of Mr. Schultz. 17
miles east of Bend, a delightful .
celebration was held on the Fourth !
by neighbors. There was a blgl
picnic dinner, races of all kinds In
the afternoon and a dance in the
evening. The racing program1 re
sulted in much fuu. There were
no prizes to be won but every par
ticipantboys, girls, men and
women took part with enthusiasm.
Among those carrying off first
chonora were: Ada-Terry, children's
race; Bcrna Schultz, tots' race; Lil
lian Terry, slim ladies' race; Mrs.
-Terry, at ladies' race; L. O. Wil
liams, men's foot race; Alton, Ras
tnusseri, in another foot race; Miss
Edna Pyatt, egg race.
Ik You want a snap in farm or
city properly, soo the Oregon In
vestment Company. They have
what you are looking for. IStf
IN FARM LAtYDS NEAR
1- WVi acres irrigated land, 12 inllos
from llond, on tnnln mud, pwd coll,
level and free from rook, 800 ncros
tillable, Imlnnco tlintior I'stlnmted nt
2,000,000 ft., 2tW norvs under culti
vation, HO uctvs In rye, out and
clover, nil under fence, (t-room hoiie.
fonrn and other outbuilding, tlood
water rljrht with plenty of water for
all thn land. Price SIT.BOO. 00O
ciudi, imlnnco 1 to 3 years.
2 7.TI acre irrigated land, 12 mile
fmiu llend, on innlii roml. Soil good,
free from rock, 000 acre tillable,
timber estimated nt l,.'i00,000 ft! 200
now under plow, 120 acres hi rye ami
clover, iVrtHitu house, burn and other
outbuilding', all fenced and cro
fenced; nlmndiincu of water to Irri
gate nil land; close to forest reserve
which gives tuillmlted range fur
horses ami entile. Price $1.1,000.
$7,000 ensh, balance I to 3ears.
a tHO acres, 17 miles from llend, 2J
miles from U It. Ntuvey, null A-l:
C00 acres tillable, Ixtlnncc covered
with juniper. Price $3.00 Jier acre,
,'i cash, balance 1 to 2 )cnr.
4 -200 acres, " miles from llend, on
main road, all tillable, good noil,
40 acres under cultivation, nil under
fence, water right for 200 acres In
Arnold Ditch. Trice 10.00 per
acre, 4 cash, Ixtlance 3 years at 7
lor cent. Will sell all or divide to
The McCormick Line
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
This is ono good reason why you should buy a
Work Protnplly Done and Cuantitccd I'irit CUtt.
Bend Hardware Co.
Incorporate every desired feature of all
other machines into ONE and compare it
feature with feature, working part with
working part, and the Underwood will
stand out superior.
It permits of the greatest latitude of
work -does more and better work per
given effort and permits of the greatest
"The Machine You, Will Eventually Buy"
Portland, Ore., Office: 68 Sixth Street
ft HU) acres, 7j miles from llend,
on main road, soil A-l, no waste
I utul, 10 acres In cultivation, bnlatico
very easily cleared. All under'
fence; water right for 100 ncies In
Arnold Ditch. 1'ilee $30.00 per ncre,
i cash, balance I to 2 ,cnrs7ncri
0 120 acres, 4 miles from Hend, 100
tillable, giHxl soil, very ensllj clear !
hI. Water right for 100 acres.
Price $3100, !i ciuh, balance 1 to 2
years nt 7 percent.
7 20 acres, A miles from llend,
soil A-l, level mid free fiom rock,
IIM acres tillable, 00 ncrc In culti
vation, fenced and cross, fenced,
with Mimll home, barn and other
outbuildings. Water right for 11M
acres. Price $t,000, $1,000 cash,
ImiIiiiico 2 yenr nt 7 per cent. '
8 40 acres, .1 miles from Hend, good
soil, level, easily cleared, all till-(
able. Water right for 40 acres.
Price $I2.V, if cash, balance 1 to 2 ;
years nt 7 per cent.
0 "0 acres, 7 miles from llend, gtunl
Mill, level, free from itK'k. Very
easily cleared. All under fence, ;
water right for !0 acies. Price j
ifAVM. i, cash, balance I to 2. our
nt 7 per cent. i
10 10 aeivs, tl miles from llend, on
main road, good oll, 2.1 ncres till
nble, water right for 2.1 acres. Price
MM. ij rash, Uilnwc I yenr.
II .'W0 ncrtH, tlesert teliiiiuUlilnci)t.
12 miles fiotu Hend, Mill A-l, level,
easily cleured. 70 acres tinder culti
vation, nil under fence: water right
for 100 ncrM. Prlcw $2500, $1500
cash, IkiIhihv one jenr nt 7 jwr cent.
1211) acres, desert iilliitilliiiii'iil.
7 miles frotn llend, 1'iinlln from
Itidlnw, 2) miles from Wel, 2.1
ncttw In eiiltlvatUm, ll) itcre till
h!1. litilnnce covered with Juniper,
water right for 100 wr.s. Price
$loin)M-r acre. $1200 cash, Imlmu-c
I jear at 7 jut ent.
13-lMJltCII-s in Powell lluitr district.
All tillable, good mill, 30 nores In pur cent.
rye, house, barn and other outbuild- This Is a partial list of fa run wo
lugs, all under fence. Price $2."iOO, have fur Mile In this locality mid In
-j ciisn, imiuncc mo.' eiirs uv i looMng this list over If you tlo not
what jou want, call or wtltu us aiy,,
have a great iiiiin. gool bargains mi
(arm lands that we have not listed
JAJV1I2S RYAN, '
1 1 ft ami It) acre tracts, I ' miles
from center of llend, gooil soil,
easily cleared, water for Irilgutlon
with each 1 1 act. Pi Ice $IK) per
acre, ' cash, balance 2earsnt7'
21 BREAD TICKETS FOR $1.00
Large Pies 15 cts each
Doughnuts and Cinnamon Rolls 15 cts Do..
Cookies 10 cts Do..
Cakes 10 cts to 35 cts each
Our I'rirotf nro the Chuiiportt In town nml Our (JoimIm the Host
Meals Served at llegttlnr Hours. Furnished Uooiiin.
MRS. NELLIE WRIGHT
BOND STREET, BEND, OREGON
Promptly Attended to
Shop on Oregon St.
Bend's Best Restaurant
Cleanliness, with Good Ser
vice, our motto.
Meals 35c and up.
Centrally located, on Wall ilrrct.
The linn ot'Skuse & Thomas hereafter
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
Skuse having acquired .sole control of
Paints and Oils
Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Our lontf experience guarantees
Our Portland connections insure
Skuse Hardware Co.
THE RED STORE
Wall Street, Bend.
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AUTO SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
Agent for Kissel Auto Trucks.
K. S. LAPP