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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1912)
THR BKNB m'LJJJUN. HRNI, WKHNK8DAY, Al'mtHT II, IOIU.
Excursion Train to Bend
from Seattle and Portland
P. TIWnV.l)5TAWn inf w nm tli mncr tiilL-fl nltniit town
nnd Central Oregon the most talked about region in the
Northwest. To enable our ninny friends to come nnd see
what the future metropolis of Central Oregon looks like
today, to ennble them to see the climate, resources nnd location
which will make. Bend become such n city, so that, n few yenrs
from now, at the firesides of homes built with the profits of their
investments here, they mny brag of the foresight with which they
saw and grasped their opportunity, we shall run special Pullman
cars from Seattle
Saturday Evening, August 31st
Round-trip tickets $25 includes berths and meals while en
route. If the number of people availing themselves of this op
portunity is as great as expected, a Special Dining Car will be
furnished and a solid Special Train of Pullman Cars. We are
enabled to do this through the generosity of the Oregon & Wash
ington Railway. For details, write promptly to
rmnn Is viewed. Through Bhnhlko
Into Antctopo ennyon, past miles of
old stock nineties nlotig Antelope
crook, nml up n gradual nacont tu thu
now AKoncy lMnliis country, whore
the. first view It hnil of n homestead
country Bottled up iih the result of
the construction of the rnllrondii up
the Desnhutea cnuyoii. The cuiull
tloii to which thU great plain linn
heon dovolopod by homoslondurs, thu
crops neon there, the ohnrnolor of
hotucH nnd tho kind of people, furn
ish the tint Krent example of wlmt
the vast plains of Interior OreKon
hold fur futuro Portland In Ihn wny
The iiKrloulturul communities of
Madras, Mctollus nml Culver, nloiiR
, tho now rnllrond, nre visited over ex
cellent wnpon roads. The muturlit
then enn go cither along the rnllrond
Una direct to Itedmnml nnd llend;
or, whnt In hotter, visit I'rluovlllo
nnd spend n dny nt thnt old Interest
IliiK nnd celehrnted Central Oregon
Hcduiond In only 17 tulles from
Prlnevlllo, nnd in going over thnt
rond there U nn oxcelleut view of the
Tho trip from Hediuond to Hend la
short nlwut 52 miles nnd hould
he tnken on the went stdo of the Don
chutes river, the scenic Interest holng
fnr Krentcr, rends In hotter condi
tion nnd nn opportunity afforded of
seeing tho Irrigation project nt I.nld-
!lnw. At llend tho Krent pine forest
Is reached, thnt enterprising oily he
ItiK the dlvldlnic point or tho lumber
nnd Irrigation districts,
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BEND to BURNS f
(OPERATING FOUR PACKARD TRUCKS.)
Best Service - - - - LowcHt.Rntcs
4 Round Trips n Week 4
Central Oregon Trucking: Co.
Ulllce vllh J A, HaMca.
W. S. I.OCKVWKM.Mitr.
EMPIRE BUILDING, SEATTLE
WHY I lll'V AT IIOMK.
"Hcrauo I want to nre (he uhIk.
"llecBUne eery dollar I upend nt
home slays nl homo nnd work for
the development of the ell).
j "llccnuic the man I buy from
' stnmln hack of the good,
I "llocnuxe I sell what I produce
hrre at home.
! "llccnino the man I liuy from pay
his part of the clljr and ruunty taxr.
"llecause the man I buy from helps
support my school, my ctiurr,!i, my
lodge and my home.
"Here U where I live and here Is
where I buy."
Bend iVIac,iiine Shp
All Kind of Saw Mill ami I'urmliiK
Wc Carry n Larue Stock of
Auto Repairs and Supplies
Wall St., next to Opera House
AXOTIIKIt IIKJII Kt'HOOIi.
At the speclnl election held re
cently, ten school districts In the
northern psrt of tho county voted
for the establishment of n union
high school nt Madras. The vote
was lit for and 13 against. About
40 or 50 children In tho newly set
tled territory will bo accommodated
R. H. DEYARMOND
DALLES TO BEND
IS IDEAL TRIP
Finds Central Oregon Splendid
measure Ground for Kxcundon-
hta, Specially Delightful
for Low Land Visitor.
I)y C. C Chapman.
For lone summer tours Central
Oregon offers Inducements
most attractive character.
Contrary to prevailing Ideas, sum
mer travel Is cool In Central Oregon.
The sun shines there roost of tho
time. It Is true, and to this circum
stance Is due the Impression referred
to. This fear U groundless. At the
high altitude and In the dry atmos
phere, the sun loses 'ts power to en
ervate, in fact It seems to Invigorate
The nights, too, are cool, in fact most
of them are cold, so the entire effect
of the Central Oregon trip is a tonic
Two weeks of motoring In Central
Oregon fills one full of energy.
Trip is Invigorating.
For us who Itve the balance of the
year in a lower altitude there Is
nothing more ezhltlratlng, nothing J
Ul sroalur uvucui luau ku,m iuiu
this high, dry plateau country. Speed
ing across It cool and eofortable In
the bright sunshine and seeing its
countless wonders, one Is greatly Im
pressed with the bvautlos and rich
ness of Oregon.
It Is amy from the Central Oregon
side that one an gain any conception
of the grandeur of the Cascade range
Once tho car Is out In the open, there
are no hllis to obstruct the view. The
Min peaks that are visible from
Portland. Including Mount Rainier.
St. Helens and Mount Adams, as well
as Mount Hood, are viewed from all
tho high elevatlous south of The Dal
les. In addition ten ottier snow
capped mountains, many of them al
most as large as Mount Hood, aro
teen at one sweep of the eye.
The 'sky l'ne far excels In grandeur
anything that can be viewed else
where on the American continent,
with 'the exception possibly of Colo-
'rado and Alaska. In addition, the
panorama of forest, river and plain,
(Precipitous rims and dismal canyons
'affords a scenic environment that
I would abundantly repay a trip across
, the continent to enjoy,
Fragrant mountain lilies, marlpoia
lilies and tiny Cowerlets of countless
varieties bedeck the path. Some
times the entire hill is pink or pur
ple with bloom.
There Is infinite variety of bird
life eagles and gull, giant hawki
and great horsed owls, pelicans, cor
morants and kingfishers, ducks,
geese, heron, crane nnd sometimes
Forests of giant pine, containing
no brush to obstruct the view of tall
and clean yellow trunks, shade many
miles of road In this Interior coun
try, yet the country Is so large that
one can travel for days with not
mora than a sight or timber on dis
tant mountain tops.
HIkIi Altitude Soon Reached.
For Portland autolsts The Dslles
of the , ' tne l,,t "n niost convenient start
ing place. Macnines can lo snipped
there expeditiously and Inexpensive
ly, and the best hotel accommodation
can be obtained thero overnight, pre-
Out of The Dalles It Is a steady
climb over good roads. Within an
hour an altitude of IS00 feet Is
reached. A drop Into Dufur. 16
miles from The Dalles, and then an- 2
other steady climb of 20 miles moro j
iu hi niuiuuo ui jvv icci, wnere i
one of tho best mountain panoramas
Is full before the eyes.
Then follows a ride down Tygh '
grade, a winding road along tho side)
of a canyon bluff, the road dropping!
1200 feet In four miles, nnd every;
turn bringing a new view. The 1st-1
ter turns reveal the emerald Tygh I
Valley, a gem of vivid green set In I
the gold of a grain harvest landscape.
Xew I toad is Good.
Side trips Into the Wamlc country
along the old Harlow road, laid out
In 1845, and made famous by the Im
migration travel of half n century
ago; also, a fine farming nnd timber
country, reward the spending of a I
day. Then on across the Deschutes'
canyon over the new road at Mau-
pin's brldgo, a road of easy grades
and good condition, which has taken
the placo of tho colshrated old steep
road at Shesrar's toll bridge.
An altitude of 3S00 feet la reached
i in oiicruiau cuumy, wjilto again for
Machine Shop and
We know how to do all
kinds of Mnchlno Work.
TRY US AND SEE.
Finenn I roDiilai Ltne of
Wall Street, Bend, OrcRon
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIOHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hny, Barley. OnU, Wheat nnd Ilrnn nt lowest prices.
Thu Largest Bam In Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO.1
J. II. WENANDY LON L."FOX
Under New Management.
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
UEND'S LGADINU IIOTUI.
Ii now In charge of J. P. Tuggart i&'Co.
First CIrm Service nnd the Comfort of Guesta, Is Our Motto.
FRRG AUTO Between Motel nnd Depot.
paratory to early atart In the clear miles the wonderful mountain pnno-
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The regular yearly rati- for Iho livening Telexmiu l ., .ft.00
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KTKAH (regular price 81 00) together with The Hullctln (regular price
IJiO) iKitli for $1.50. bend In jour check toJay to
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B THE BEND BULLETIN
Before You Let the Contract
for that new building, consider these
facts about brick.
In building with all other material no
allowance is made for doors, windows and
With brick you can make an allowcnce
of 10 to 1'5 percent.
With lumber 15 to 25 percent is added
for sizing, laps, etc. With brick it is
With all other material 5 to 10 per
cent added for waste, such its cutting,
fitting, knots, shakes, etc. With brick
there is absolutely no waste.
When a building is finished, built with
any other material, there is always u lot
of waste to haul away.
With brick, if you have any left we
will take them off your hands nt the full
price you paid for them.
There is n hundred other reasons why
you should build with brick.
BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO'