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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1912)
THU RKNI UUM.KTIN, IlKNI), WKIUWKpAY, J$0,VIMU!iUJi iQVi,
FOR. THE BEST CLOSE-IN RESIDENCE PROP
ERTY IN BEND INVESTIGATE
There you will find property ideally located
as to closeness to the business district;
property to any lot of which city water can
be immediately piped; from nearly every
lot there may be had a gorgeous view of
the Cascade Mountains; and from where
you can choose lots to suit your taste as to
topography, such as outcroppings of rock
ideally adapted for bungalows, or smooth,
clear, level lots, free from rock, where gar
dens and lawns may be had the first year.
If convenient call at our office and be taken out over LYTLE
so that you may see for yourself; or if you are out of town,
write for. further information which we will be pleased to fur
nish. We can also take actual photographs of the property
and send you if you are interested.
BEND PARK COMPANY
450-4-5-G Empire Bldg., SEATTLE, WASH.
CELEBRATE MOVE TO
Vlnltors Present From Lodges of
County Interetitlng I'rwrntnUon
Made by I. J-u .McKay Midnight
Dinner at Hotel llend.
Fraternal orders In llend which
have been without a permanent meet
ing place since tb fire of July 3 are
now moving Into modern and well
equipped quarters. In celebration of
this, the Odd Fellows on Monday eve
ning had a big meeting. Tho chief
event of this was the banquet served
near midnight nt the Hotel llend, at
which some 80 plates were laid.
Members of the three-link order
wero present from all tho lodges in
the county except those at Madras
and Prlnevllle, making the attend
ance large. Two candidates were
initiated during the evening.
An Interesting feature of the eve
ning's session was the presentation
to llend Lodge No. 218 by D. L. Mc
Kay of his Grand Lodge collar and
jewel, and acceptance of the same by
the lodge, Mr. McKay received tho
I. O. O. K. insignia 42 years ago.
The following excellent menu was
served at the Hotel Rend:
Oysters on the Half Shell
Fried Chicken, Maryland Style
Rolled Tongue La Quao
Chocolate Cake Macaroons
After dinner speeches were made
by a number of the visitors and local
-Tho. present corps of elective offl-
. , 'qr.o'( toe Jddge aro:'.,Halph Spen-
H w'jfer' noblS raritl; Vernon'.'A.'jrprbe-M,'
vlco grand; J. B. Engebretsorf, 'eec-
retary; Charles D. Itowe, treasurer,
A. G. LUCAS HELO UP BY
HIGHWAYMAN NEAR HOME,
1'nl.novtii Aalluit Knock llhii
KeiiM.'lc, Leaving no Clue Other
Than Supplied by Aldrldge.
.Efforts are being made to appre
hend a hoodlum who attacked a. C.
Lucas on Monday night at about 10
o'clock, a short distance from Mr.
Lucas home. A man spoke to Lucas,
who turned, and then was struck In
the back of the head, rendering him
unconscious. Wheu he regained his
senses he says he was wandering
around aimlessly, east of the rail
road. He had tome money loose In
his pocket, part of which was taken
by the highwayman. Some change
was found on the ground at the place
of the attack, apparently dropped In
being removed from his pocket
Mr. Lucas Is able to glve.no clue
to the appearance or Identity of his
assailant. However, 8. O. Aldrldge,
who has been working at tho Wright
Hotel, says he has twice encountered
a suspicious character while on his
rounds distributing paiwrs. Once
the man In question stopped him and
asked hlrn how much money ho had,
says Aldrldge, and on learning that
but a small amount of chango was
In his pocket, said something about
It "not being worth while to hit blra."
Aldrldge has given the authorities
a description of the man.
lUXIJ.1I.Ii UAMi; HATUKDAV.
Probably the only football
game of the season In Rend will
occur Saturday of this week on
the athletic field. The contest
ing teams are those of the
County High School and of tho
Rend High School. The local
team Is confident that It can
play as good football as can the
Prlnevllle team. Oame Is called
for 2 u clock.
ORCIIKSTHA DA.NCK HATURDAV.
On Saturday night tho Rend
Orchestra will give a dedication
dance in tho new hall In the Sather
building. This will mark the offi
cial opening of the hall, which Is one
of the most attractive In Central Ore
gon, With the excellent now floor
aod4ho high class muslc, the dance
prtomlseVto' be bnedflbo''lcst.Bentf
has yet had.
Up-to-date Structure U .Model
and U Occupied on 1'ln.t Rlrth-
d o y of Truant, W It o
Rank on R e n !.
On Sunday the Mannhelmer store
moved Into Its new quarters, In the
Just-completed Coe-Hudson building,
two doors south of their old location
on Wall street. At the time of their
move the firm Is also making another
change, In their name, which here
after will bo Mannhelmer Brothers,
Instead of the Mannhelmer Mercan
tile Co., as formerly.
The new building-ocoupled" by tho
firm is the first of tho several local
new store quarters, rapidly nearlng
completion, to be occupied. ,It Is
not only as attractive and up-to-date
a store room as Central Oregon
boasts, but also In every way the new
building can hold its own with tho
lcst storo structures to be found In
any city of the state.
The brick building has a frontage
of 35 feet and Is 70 feet deep. The
front is handsomely finished with the
finest plate glass show windows,
marble facing and a concrete side
walk In front. Large skylights givo
ample light and ventilation, while ex
tensive windows In the rear add still
further to tho lightness of the large
room, which Is pleasantly finished In
a light calcimine tint: The fixtures
are metropolitan, and the absence of
posts adds still further to the open
ness of the room.
Clarence and Claude Mannhelmer,
the proprietors, came here from Chi
cago Just a year ago. 'They, state
that last month was (ho best .they.
nave nau, anu ineir satjsiaction in
tho way of business 'is Increasing,
and their faith In the town, Is indl
which they are branching out.
HATKB: rivo' conti n lluo for
first Insertion In this column, four
contn n lino for onch subsequent In
sortlon. Cnsh In advance unless
you have- nn account with The Ilul-
lotln, Count six worOs to tho lluo,
InclmltnE tho nddross.
PJione order to P, A, 8honijuet
for young spring turkeys, Adver
FOIt 8AL13 Oil LKA8R At n hnr
train, Fremont Cnsh 8tor. stock
about $2000, pottoRIca In store.
Qheeso factory just started. From
1G0 to 1000 ncrcs of tho best wheat
land In central Oregon, 800 tons of
fine bay, 1000 bushels of rye and
many. other thlniif. Iteason for sell
lag or IcasInK Is sickness and more
business than I can attend to. Cull
on or address 3, 11. Pdx, Fremont,
FOR SALB Four quarter sec
tions yellow pine In Crook and Lake
counties, Oregon. Well located tor
logging. Near railroad survey
Townships 32.9 and 23-12. Must
sell within CO days. Ilest offer ac
cepted. P. O. Ilox 1G!, Crookston,
FOIt BA1X Mnlnrcvflo. nr will
trade for horses or cattle. II. V
Smith. Ucnd 2Ctf
FOIt 8ALB Biian of horses. 6 &
7 yrs. old, wt. 2400. N. K. (lllbert,
Park addition. 20lf
FOIt 8ALE horse R yra. old, wt.
about 1300; strong, willing and gn
tie: also n wskou and harners. In
quire at Market bungalow, Klghth
street. Wlestorln. 33-Jtp
FOR SALE 7 choice lots, 60x140
each, In Center Addition just east of
the depot, at from 1110 to $320
each. So mo terms. Heat bargain
In residence lots In Tlend. Must l
sold as I am Koine away soon. W
J. McOltlvrsy, 31tf
FOR SALE Potatoes, csbbsgo,
onloua at reasonable prices. Inquire
P. C. Hardy on Judge Kills' raricb
FOR BALE Havlnc nearly cam-
Dieted our work un the Drsebutri
dam, we offer the following for ssle
cheap: l 40 II. P. Horizontal boiler.
1 25 II. P. Ilorlsontal engine, camp
equipment, Including atovca, cooking
utensils, etc. All of which Is In first
elats condition. For particulars
call at orflce, North Canal Hiding,
or wrlto L. F. Gerdetz, Hox 47, llend.
FOR HAM-! 9. room hoim In
l'urtlaml. Sunnvnlilu nilillllon. or will
l - - -...
.exchange far llend rtldeuce rt-
orty. Ilox ISO. llend. 37p
FOR RKNT Five-room hous on
Oreenwood avenue. Inquire at Hos
FOR RUNT Cabin aultublo for a
bachelor. Inquire Mrs. NVttle Stev
enson's restaurant. 33tf
FOR RKNT House. Phone E.
W. Richardson. 30l!
FOR RENT Good pasture. Title
phone or oall on Dr. P. II. Dencer. Otf
FOR RUNT Good five-room
house, close In. See F. O. Minor nt
FOR RKNT R. M. Sanders' 4
room house, furnished or unfurnlsj
ed. Bee F. M. Ray. 29tf.
FOR RENT 4-roorn, painted house
with barn, In Deschutes addition;
city water. Rent $10 month. In
quire Bulletin. 34-p
FOR RENT Ten-acro Irrigated
tract near town, with house, out-houjes.-etc.
Enquire at First Nat
ional Bank.. 29tf.
FOR RENT Six rooms second
floor of, my new stone building on
Wall street, steam heated; will rent
Don't Forget Our
singly or entirely. J. II. lloan. 30tf
" WANTED Men to clear snnc
brush and cut wood, Ud Hnlvor
WANTED Woman to work on
ranch. Address R, IS. Grimes, llend,
WANTED Contract to cut cord
wood. Address W. U. Corbett, llend.
For Hale or Triule.
FOR BXCIIANGhi Tncomn resi
dence property for llend property.
Address "Trader," core Bulletin. Otf
TO TRADE A buslners property
value- $4,&00. now rented, to trade
for dry or Irrigated In ml nlwut sanm
value. Owners only write Box IKK,
Bend, Ore. 3638
TO TRADE for auy kind of stock,
M PINK, CROOK COUNTY. ORE.
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ACT ty iff v
We Deliver the Goods
BUS AND DRAY LINE
LIOHT AND HEAVY LIVERY.
Hay, Barley, Out, Whcut and Bran at lowest price.
The Largest Barn In Central Oregon.
WENANDY LIVERY CO!
J. H. WENANDY LON L. FOX)
: Under New
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
MIND'S LEADING HOTEL
Is now In charge of J, K. Tngynrt &Co,
First ClnM Service nntl the Comfort of GucsU, is Our Motto,
PROB AUTO Between Hotel nnd Depot.
THE SHARPLESS TUBULAR THE BEST
Separator made. Easy to clean, light to run, nnd It's the
CLEANEST SKLMMEB MADE. We hove them In atock.
COME AND SEE THEM.
MOWERS AND HAY RAKES.
THE CELEBRATED) DEERING LINE. Light, strong and
durable. For salo by
Tm store of quality
S. C. CALDWELL, Mgr.
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 nnd
With brick you cun make nn nllowencc
of 10 to 25 per cent.
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 as cutting,
fitting, knots, shakes, etc. With brick
there is absolutely no wnste.
When n building is finished, built with
nny other material, there is always n lot
of wnste to haul nwny.
With brick, if you have nny left we
will take them of! your hands nt the full
price you paid for them.
There is n hundred other reasons why
you should build with brick.
BEND BRICK &
Stodnrd Dajton enr as good an now, 'g
value sivuu, ur win ell for cash on
onsy terms, Address J, II, Minn,
noun, ure. nnif
EVERY MORNINO nt
J American Bakery
Charlts lloyd, Prop.