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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1912)
WE ARE RECEIVING Y FAR the GREATEST VOLUME of
Inquiries About Bend and
THAT WE HAVE EVER HAD.
DURING the lost four months the Seattle
offitf of tU BEND PARK COMPANY
has 4ittritatel in the neighborhood of
15,000 pkces of literature uiA has sold up
ward of 1,000 tots. All signs point to an
exceptionally prosperous year for Bend.
We still have a number of desirable lots
for sale ct an average price of $200.00
each, aad on terms of $10.00 down and
$10.00 a month.
Send us a deposit by mail and we will
pick out one or more splendid lots for you,
and send you the contracts.
METHODIST AND PRES
ltUMAIN AT RICHMOND
Tho donl which Khrot limn, of thin
city linil with 0. A. I'nrvlu A Co. of
McMlnnvlllo, Or., to noil out tholr
hlH dopartmont stoie nml building
hero ilia not go thrcniKh, owIiik to
nomo differences upon which tho In-
forested parties could not nKruo. nmJ
tho Hhrot Him will continue In liuil
up nt tliolr storo oil tho corner or
Hlxth nml 0 stronts,
Tho best of nonlro iimUe lime &
llmltUoll'M IllUltOI' HllOl tllO IIIOHl MI.
olnr into In I li'ii il.
!ocnt Congregatlona Decide to no
Attend Willi IliilhUngs on Ohio
Street I.Uwml HoKpoiwoa He-
lug Mmlo for This Work.
Bend Park Company
R. G. SHRADER, Local Agent, Bend, Oregon.
General Offices, 8G0-8G1 Empire Building, Seattle, Wash,
or, Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash,
or, Portland Hotel, Portland, Oregon, .
Tho Mothodlnts of Ilond havo
tnken steps tq erect n church build
Iuk on tho lot which thoy own on
Ohio street. Thoro It a largo num
ber of pcoplo of thli church fAlth
In Ilcnil and already Rood hondway
has been mndo In securing tho neces
At nrcsont service aro being held
every Sunday In tho hall over tho
postomco. llov. J. K. Williams of
I'rlnovlllo itrcachea hero on niter
nato 8undnya. When ho la nlnont
aorvlcca aro also held. A young
pcopto's society has boon orgnntxed,
with ineetliiRa ovory 8unday evening
at 0:30 o'clock. Wcokly prayer
services aro also conducted, tho
meeting Inut week being at tho homo
of 8. C. Caldwell.
A good choir la being organized
and music will bo mado a apodal
foaturo of tho services. Hov. Mr.
Williams preached hero Sunday and
will bo back on April H.
A. C. Kvoraon Una boon elected
rccordtnK atoward and has In chargo
tho finances of tho church.
l'resbjtcrlatia Also to Ilulld.
At a meeting of. tho I'resbyterlana
Sunday, It was decided that a church
building would nlto bo erected by
that congregation. Tho denomina
tion haa proporty on Ohio street,
south of tho Methodists' location,
and expect to erect a substantial
frame, edifice. Subscription Hits
are Loins; circulated this weok.
Sorvtccs aro now being hold at tho
Ilaptlst church. Dotalla of tho
building havo not been worked out
Wholesale ggffi: &
FEED, PROVISIONS, FRUIT AND
VEGETABLES, FIELD AND GAR
DEN SEEDS. K.n.VattiiXgiB:
Inclusive Ant. for
L. A. Shaw
llond and Oregon
. .- -'-
Under New Management, j
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
WIND'S LOADING IIOTBL
Is now In chargo of J. F. Tflggnrt & Co.
First Class Service nnd tho Comfort of GueaU, U Our Motto.
PRUfi AUTO Between Hotel and Depot.
;.. . .
UNIQUE LIFE OF
WORKERS GET GOOD
Free Quartern, High Pay, Lous Vo
cations and Cheap Pood Among
Canal Stone Attractions-Commissary
By GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM.
Tho moat Interesting fcaturo of
the Interesting work on the Panama
Canal la not the construction It
self but the workers.
Their life la unique, In many waya,
Study the Points
of our Shoes and you will acknowl
edge that they are high grade from
every possible standpoint. The
leather, the moulding, tho finish
everything about the shoes
ehows a study of comfort for
the wearer, and a planning
to give him the full worth
,. pf his money in style,
fit, and attractive
A. L. FRENCH
Oregon St., Bet. Wall and Bond,
and certainly no body of men and
women ovor beforo have lived under
auch circumstances as surround
Uncle Sam'a Isthmian construction
In tho first place, tho wagp acalo
la extremely high, and overyono seta
more thnn ever boforc. Tho result
la that tho avorago man "puts on
moro dog" at Panama than ho did
or could In the north. Socially, tho
dollar sign comos pretty near ruling,
for overyono knowa exactly what
everyone elao geta, and as quartora
and all perquisites aro distributed
In ratio to salaries there naturally
arlaea very clear-cut lines, the
"hundred dollar men" hanging to
gether, etc., and cliques forming of
those who find themselves upon tho
same general financial footing.
Free Quarters Provided,
Tree quartora are provided every
white employee by the Canal Com
mission. In fact, the Government
comes so near arranging everything
pertaining to the details of dally llfo
that tho criticism Is, often from tho
very men who aro receiving the bene
fits of the system, that aftor a fow
years on the Canal Zone all Inltlatlvo
Is gone, and with It all desire to re
turn to northern life, whero a man
la apt to get oniy wnai no goea alter.
Dacholors are quartered In two-
atory dormitories, with free light,
water and fuel. They eat In Gov
ernmontally conducted hotels, whero
moala aro aerved at an average of
30 cents each, paid for from coupon
books laaued and debited against
each rcclplent'a pay credit.
Married men have moro elaborate
quarters, all apportioned In propor
tion to the salary they recolve.
Vacation Prlvilejw Also.
Every year ovory salaried employee
Is entitled to a six-weeks vacation,
with full pay. If they go north, ea
Is advised from tho standpoint of
health benefit, thoy recolve tho fur
ther aid of halt fare on tbo steamers.
Free medical service, with 30 days
each year In tho splendid hoapltala
on full pay, Is another porqulslto of
the transplanted Americans. In
connection with tho hospitals a
beautiful sanitarium is maintained
on the island of Tnboga, In ho Uay
ConmiUsury All Important
While there aro disadvantages a
plenty for tho houaowifo who con
ducts a homo on tho Isthmus, tho
Government has done wondors to
raako matters pleasant for her.
The chief factor In this work la
the Commissary Department.
The Isthmian commissary Is a
aelf supporting institution. It sup
plies so mo 60,000 persons with all
thoy eat. Tho enormity of tbo busi
ness conductod Is Indicated by tho
fact that its annual total is moro
than 16,000,000. In addition to a
hugo cold storage warehouse at
Ancon. the department maintains 23
goneral stores on tho Canal Zone,
from all of which tho employees
may purchase directly Delivery la
mado to all houses. Each morning
a apeclal cold atorago train cros&os
the lathmua, delivering fresh batches
of meata and perishables at tho
Hundreds of gallons of Ice cream,
thousands of eggs, Ice, bakery pro
ducts, and. Indeed, everything from
laundry to candy, la supplied by tho
department, and furnlshod at prices
far lower than obtain In the big
northern markets, dcsplto tho fact
that Panama Is 2000 miles from tho
baso of supplies.
For Instance, tho Thanksgiving
Day turkey oatou by the writer at
Ancon cost tbo hostess 26 cents a
pound, wbllo Now York residents
were paying 38 conU for a nono-too-good
(Motollus Contral Orcgonlan.)
At last Friday night's meeting of
the Commercial Club most of tho
tlnio was taken up In a discussion of
tho subject of Incorporation. Thoro
has for some tlmo been a strong
feeling favoring this movoment and
thoso In attendance at tho meeting
with ono exception expressed them
selves unanimously for tho Incorpor
ation of tho town.
LIVE BETTER AT
We want you to come, see, ai be convirvcwJ.
Furthermore, you'll not fee urged to fcuy.
Think you'll be glad to.
L. B. MISENER
Wholesale and Retail Cash Grocery.
Evcrson Building, Greenwood Ave, Bend, Oregon.
11. J. KcKleotou I giving am ay n
package of mm ret pons with each BOc
purchase of garden art.
School Notes I
Mlas Hill, a teacher In the Culvor
school, was visiting In tho Rend
schools Monday morning.
Tho alx original orations which
woro entorod In the Prlnevllle ora
torical contest were sent to Mr.
Sbouso who Is to act as a Judge.
Tho cast In "Half Rack Sandy"
has begun work and tbo play Is ex
pected to be presented In about ten
days. Miss Vandovert will havo
cbargo of the drilling.
Tho eighth grado examinations
will take place tho 9th and 10th of
Du Val Redell and Rouily Sholl
havo left tho eighth grado.
Attorney J. II. Dlttner and son
visited the U. II. B. Club last Friday
night. Ho gavo a very Interesting
talk on court and court proceeding.
Ilaptlst Church Cornor Haw
thorno nnd Oregon Streets. This
church Is occuplod Jointly by tho
Raptlst and Presbyterian congre
gations. All tho appointments aro
fedornted under tho leadership of
Revs. I. I. Corby and It. 11. Foskolt.
who speak regularly on alternate
Sundays. Calendar of services; Sun
day Rlble school at 10 a. m , public
worship and sermon at 11; Juniors
at 3 p. tn.i Christian Endeavor at
6:30; pcoplo'a service at 7:30. Wed
nesday Prayer and social mooting
at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Choir ro'
hoaraal at 7:30. A full chorua under
the leadership of Mlaa Marlon Wlcat,
with sololata and orchestra, makoa
tho musical sorvlco especially at
tractive and inspiring. Strangora
are especially Invitod to all meetings.
All are cordially welcome. Co mo
and got our grip of welcomo and
worship with us.
Rev. J. K. Williams, pastor. Ser
vices on altornato Sundays at tho
hall over the postoftlce at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at
10 u m.
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIQHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hoy, Barley, Onts, Whcnt nnd Bran at lowest priced,
Tho Largest Bam In Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.
J. II. WENANDY LON L. FOX
To whom It may concorn:
Notice is hereby glvon that B, A,
Grlffla and II. J. Sottong heretofore
doing business as tho I'lno Forest
Lumber Co., a partnership, have by
mutjial agreemont mado and ontorod
March 4th, 1912, dissolved said
partnership, and said K, A, Grlflln
Is by vlrtuo of said agreement re
sponsible for alt claims against said
partnership and. Is entitled to col
lect all debts or monoys duo same
4-6 rf ii- J. SOTTONO.
Why buy Foreign .
trees when you can got homo-grown
trees twlco as good for half tho
money, I havo them,
4-5 H. BPININO.
Depends upon tho kind of nursery,
stock you gat. ir you aro wining to
pay a fair price, you will get good
troos, YOU CAN'T GET SOME
THING FOR NOTHING. If you ex
pect to pay noxt-td-nothlng and get
good, flrtit-cloM stock, you nru mis
taken, that's all. You can't produco
a high quality treo for llttlo or noth
ing any moro than you can an axo,
wagon, or any Iraploinont.
YOU ARE THE J.OSBR If you lot
tho question of prlco nlono Iniluonco
your Judgment when buying. Your
loss Is not tomporary, but extends
ovor a long period of years as your
orchard stands. The fplly of buying
choap stock will bo Impressed upon
you each yoar as you figure your re
turns, Hotter bo on tho safo aldo
and buy whoro you aro suro of got
ting Just what you want,
Our sales this yoar could not havo
so largoly surpassed last year's had
we not mado good In tho past.
Mrs. Nellie Wright, Prop,
Bcnd'oOnly Stono Hotel. Strictly Modern. Electric Lights,
Hot and Cold Water, Hath and Telephono.
Now Building All Now Furnishings. Dining Room In Connection.
Only ono block from depotCor. Bond nnd Greenwood St.
Corner Bond nnd Greenwood streota.
Wo Borvo to order from fi:4G a. m. to 10:00 p. m. Family stylo
meals from 12 to 1:30 p. m. and G:4G to 7:30 p. m.
Board $6.00 a week. Menl TlckoU $G.G0.
Yakima Valley Nursery co.
' TOPPENISH, WASH.
More Salesmen Wanted
Bend Machine Shop
All Kinds of Saw Mill aud Farming
Wc Carry a Large Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
WaH St., next to Opera House