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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1912)
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nntl Interior morcliniiM nro moving
liy tliolr iMtronitKO tlml tliny nro
lluitlnff tlil Innovation it Kruitt on,
Tho Conlrnl OroKon llrokoiAKu
Co. reports thnt It In mnkltiK uMp
iiiunta to Hums, Hllver I.iiho, ror
Itock. 1'lfo. I'owiill Unites, Fremont
mul Into tho rrluuvlllu comiln mill
thnt tliu tonimKo Is cinmtnnilj n.
LOCAL TIMBER REALLY
WRONGLY NAMED laMSSSSwBi ISHflNIKO DAYS jf
' YELLOW PINE" tFwi NOW HISTORIC J GflL. 1
i JjMC3B3HiBBt"" PfilihiaL railroad solves old ) XfXNr
HiMflHBKRM freight problems TZf(S
Oregon Lumber Suffers In Kiutcrn ,
Markett llccnuo its Nnino
Confute It With Inferior
H o u t li c r n lYixluct.
Tho custom which has grown out
of culling the Umber crown In Cea
traUOreKou '""'jrellow plno" In to come
to an end. It lumbermen Interested
In seeing tho' Oregon product set the
beat posslblo treatment havo tholf
war. Tho local timber should right
fully bo called "white pine," and
hereafter It Is so to be known.
The reason why the adoption ot
this name is particularly desirable Is
that when tho Oregon plno gets Into
the Eastern and Middle Western
markets, ns It Is now doing upon an
ever-Increasing scale, It suffers in
value If called yellow pine.
Confused With Southern Product
Tho markets ot tho Middle- West
regard everything styled "yellow
pine" as they do tho yellow plno of
tho Southern States. This Southern
yellow ptno Is greatly Inferior to tho
Oregon lumber. It Is far heavier,
far pitchier and is practically useless
tor shop lumber. On an average It
is worth probably 25 per cent less
than tho Oregon plno, say lumber
SI BAM HEATED CLEAN and SANITARY.
RUNNING HOT WATER IN EVERY ROOM. ALL
ROOMS AS REPRESENTED. STRICTEST INVESTI-
$1.00 a Day and Up.
Rates to Permanent.
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Tho finest passenger station on
otthor tho Oregon Trunk-Dcschutea
line, and ono that compares favor
ably with any similar building In the
state, is that at Uend, a picture or
which Is shown herewith. It was
built ot stono which was quarried
horo and which was paid for by tho
city. The cost of tho stono alono
was 5531.90, and tho total cost was
approximately $13,600. It la a
handsomo structure and ono ot
mon interested In tho enlarging
Already tho trado publications of
tho coast nro adopting tho revised
nomenclature, and for somo tlmo tho
timber of extremo eaatc'rn Oregon,
which is exactly the same as that ot
this district, has been called whlto
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Two blocks from depot.
Has a Message for the
PARD ADDITION, property of Tho Bend Company, is tho beat of Bend's beautiful resldcnco districts.
Some of Park Addition has building restrictions which Insuro purchasers protection from everything thnt is
not first class. You pay a little more, but in return tho valuo of your proporty Is permanently asauied.
The unrestricted portion of Park Addition is as beautiful as the other. Tho lots sell for less and offer splen
did opportunities for homes to suit the purses of all.
Practically all Park Addition has water service, both for domestic and Irrigating uso.
Park Addition has electric lights, sidewalks and water. Its homes aro unsurpassed for attractiveness.
Its scenery, Its trees, views and surroundings aro Ideal. It has lots of every slzo, situation and prlco. In short,
PARK ADDITION IS BEND'S BEST RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
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If Will Be a Pleasure to Show You
which overy cltlsen ot tho town Is
Tho officials of tho Oregon Trunk
Hallway nro so woll plcasod with It
that they are making it the model
for other depots along lines ot tho
Hill Interests. Tho Redmond
station which Is undor construction
is ot the same type, stone shipped
from horo being used, and tho offl
clals of tho Oregon Electric Hallway
nro considering a replica of tho Ilond
depot for tho city ot Eugene.
The building Is of tho bungalow
typo, being 40x90 feet In dimensions.
It contains waiting room for wnmon,
vnltlng room for mon, unices for tho
railway offlclals ami baggago and ox-
prors room. On tho south end thoro
Is a portico. Tho floor Is of cement,
as nro tho steps and walks around
It. It Is covered with shingles.
Insido 1 tls plastorcd nnd deco
rated. Tho woodwork la nattvo
plno and walnut. It Is heated by
stoves and ltghtod by electricity.
Tho cornorstono of tho building
was laid by William Manley on
Thursday, October S, 1911, in tho
pretence ot James J. Hill, Xrfjul W.
Hill, other railway offlclals nnd a
great gathering of people It was
occupied by tho local railway offlclals
on Saturday, February 34, 1912.
CALL KOIt num.
Sealed bids are requested for fur
nishing to tho City ot Uend 10,000
11. ft. (10 M) ot 4x12 Inch plank.
13 or 16 feet long, delivered at
such point or points within said city
as may bo specified. Such bids to
be dollrered to Mr. 8. J. Spencer,
chairman of the Streets Commltteo,
pr to Rocordor Ellis beforo 13 M.,
Saturday. April Cth. 1912, and the
Council reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
II. C. ELMS, Recorder.
N THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TOWNS tho proper upbuilding of tho residential districts often Is
neglected. Ono sees towns with prosperous nnd handsomo business centers whoso residence districts
aro a disgrace to the community shoddy and unattractive buildings in chcop looking surroundings.
BEND IS DIFFERENT. BEND has tho most attractive residence section of any town in Oregon,
With tho opening up of t ramc to
tho west and south, Ilond Is rapidly
realising the fulfillment of tho
prophecy that, by reason of Its lo
cation, It Is destined to be tho great
est distributing point in Conral Ore
gon. Tho pioneers, who were hero In
tho days when Shantko flourished,
remember that when a morchant de
sired now goods ho mallod an oritor
to Tortland, which order, with a bit
of luck, reached there In tho courso
of a week or ton days. Ilarrlng
washouts and similar pitfalls his
goods arrived In Bhanlko In another
throe or four days. From thon on
tho matter ot getting his eanned to
matoes, calico and shoes Iny In tho
lap of tho little gods nnd In tho
tomperamont, rcctltudo and sobrloty
of hts freighter. It might bo a
month and It might bo three.
"Hut That Was Yesterday."
Now these conditions belong to an
W. tl. COULU
Central Oregon Brokerage Co.
Manufacturers and Jot&ers' Sales Agents
for Crook, Harney, Lake and
Wholesale distributors of Smoked nnd Salt Meats, Lard, Com
pound, Candles, Crackers. Fresh Fruits, Vegetables nnd Produco,
Wrapping Paper, nags, Twine, Brooms, Cigars, Canned Goods, etc.
We carry a stock of tho Union Meat Co. 'a Meats, Lards and Com
pounds with tho United Warehouse Co. at Bend.
Long distance phono connection.
Office mh! Salesrooms: lend, Oregon.
Home-Makers of Bend
La Pine, Crook County, Oregon.
otfoto Past. Rtocki of sugsr, salt,
flour, oil and othor staplo commodl
ties aro being carried In tho waro
houso at Ilond and when a merchant
wishes supplies of theso things ho
gives his freighter an order and ro-
cotvos his goods within a week.
Rocoutly a now wholesale industry
has been addod to the list that of
tho dlatttiuutlon of packing house
products. Tho Union Meat Co,, of
Portland, hna established n branch
houso at Ilond in chargo of tho Cen
tral Oregon Brokerage Co., a local
concern which Is acting as distribut
ing agent for a number of Portland
wholesalers, composed of E. M. Inra
nnd W. II. Coblo.
A largo stock of moats and lards
Is carried with tho United waro
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IL M. LARA
at Your Convenience
Nsw York Un
Umpire Stata Surety Uonds
J. A. EASTES
Oregon SL, Bend, Oregon.