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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1909)
They are Here.
My complete line of Spring
Goods have arrived and are ready for
In fact everything for SprttiR ntul Summer Wear. And
these new goods nrc not for the (utiles exclusively. I
Imvc provided fur the waiiti of tlic men as well. Also
for the boys it ml (jirli. I have something new for
every member of the family.
Voti know how my prices arc they are just oh
low at the goods can rxmibly be sold
is the one motto of my store. Come in and look
around. I am always clod to show you my goods.
The Big Store
Am JML LjAmkA
r'.nnlir &ti'i Itali atul Prairie Does
snnuallr devastate oiir fieliU of growing
irrnld 1lilr llllflllwr II1AV tl tIPllllV
diminished by b systematic warfare upon
litem. livery irmaie kiiicu uciuic mo
)outtg ate bom, reduce the number of
tti at least ten later on.
HUVIl.rW" Knnlrrrl I'nltnn (t the most
tellable and destructive agent yet de led
tor their extermination, n i bdsouhciv
certain In its action ntul every kernel is
iuiai.iitMl tn kill rttniAtle rlianirn or
ttioUture of the earth do not destroy it
Krencill. 11 requires no mixing or jirciw
(hiiuii. aim i hiwwjp . v .. .w
other is to Kood. Dealers will refund the
purchase price, if not tut claimed.
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Second hand, leather-ton baby
PKKy; albo 5-nallon barrel churn
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KJull Oil AIK3, O. It. UKICKSON.
on the Corner
The Kind will give a dance in
I.nra hall Saturday evening. Tick
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Dan R.
Smith were in town from their
Kcv. Mitchell will preach at the
usual hours next Sunday morning
l'ound I'lnt key that looks like
postoflicc key. Pay for this ad.
and take the key.
McUUin, Young & Co , of Red.
uiotul arc clearing land for S. II.
Dutt northeast of Iknd.
Mr. and Mm. D. l'rank West
have gone to New Virginia, Iowa,
for an extended visit with relatives.
We handle the genuine A. A.
Cutter fthoc. Send to us for your
sire, Fohtuk & IIviiK, Princville.
I'ouud Rug nbout-a5xs feet in
size. Owner can have muuc by
calling at this office and paying for
Dr. I. I Scofield has taken
charge of the dental office, which
Dr. Dcnccr has been conducting for
the pust month.
R 1'. Gtierlu has been enjoying
n visit from n brother from Chicago,
u Dr. J. V. Guerln. l is reported
that the doctor will open a hospital
in the Guerin residence.
The band boys are purchasing
new instruments galore. Johnny
Ltinstcr bus ordered an $80 valve
trombone, Theodore Tweet an alto
trombone, Prince Stoats a slide
trombone, and the band has or
dcrcd q flue new snare drum,
Our spring suits have arrived.
We will be pleased to send you one
on approval. Postiik & Hv,
Mrs. Herring will soon have n
"Dutch oven" built for use at her
bakery. This will be n stone oven
3x6 feet, and will be built by Dad
John Silvertooth of Antelope was
In Bend yesterday on his way to
Silver Lake to take charKc of the
Silvertooth general merchandise
Mrs. L. D. Wlest left last Fri
day for quite nn extended visit with
friends and relatives at Portlaud,
Roscburg, San Francisco and Lo
Dr. A. W. Grater announce
that he will be in lfcnd on March
9 and will give treatment for all
chronic diseases. He will be here
30 days and inavbc longer.
S. C. Caldwell has beer- sjicnd
ing the past week attending to
business matters at, Portland. Mr.
Caldwell recently sold a house and
lot owned by him in Albany.
The Rosland telephone line was
temporarily put out of commission
Monday by a tree having been
blown down across it a short dis
lance south of the Arnold ditch
The band will give on open air
concert next Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock from the porch of the
Pilot Uutte Inn. Kvcrybody is in
vited to come out and hear some
J. D. Davidson expects to leave
for Portland uext Sunday where he
will purchase a more complete line
of drugs and druggist's sundries.
TLe new firm will put in a soda
fountain this summer.
Jacob Kanzler, of the firm of
Williams & Kanzler, Portland
sale agents for the D. I. & P. Co.V
lands, was in Bend during the past
week with a number of prospective
purchasers of ditch land.
I nm now ogent for the DcLaval
cream separator, and have one ol
these machines In stock. Step in
and examine it. They arc a great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. H.A. Satiihk. aiti
Dad and Rene West and Charley
Niswougcr finished the foundation
for W. H. StaatV new house on
Monday. The foundation is laid
from native stone and is what is
known as "rubblcwork." It makes
a handsome foundation. liroster
bous Dros. arc uow busily engaged
putting up the house.
W. R. Tkylor and George Boguc
of Rosland were visitors in Bend
the latter part of last week. Mr.
Taylor, who is in the cattle busi
ness, says this has been the worM
year for stock feeding for a long
time. Stockmen on the upper Des
chutes began feeding the ffbt 01
December and will be compelled
to continue until about April 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Powell spent
several days in town last wt-k,
coming up from the O'K.inc ranch
north of Redmond. Bert expects
to move to 0,'Neil soon and will de
vote his time looking after the
horses on the range which he has
bought, having recently purchased
all of the McAllister horses east of
the Deschutes the Cross S brand.
Charles Durand, of Bcinidj),
Minn., has been spending the past
week in Bend. He has bought 40
acres of ditch laud five miles east
of town and will also invest in town
property, He pluns to move his
family here soon, ami will reside in
Bend so that his children may at
tend the town schools, Mr Du
rand was cnguged in the logging
business in Minnesota.
A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Joseph II. I'eiperman, Salisbury,
N. C, who is the author of several looks,
write: "J'or several year I was afflict
fd with kidney trouble and last winter 1
was suddenly stricken with a severe pain
in my kidney and was confined to tied
eii'lit daya unable to get up without as
sistance. My urine contained a thick
uhlte sediment and I ttasstd same fre
quently dny and night. I commenced
taking t'oley'a Klduev Remedy, and lr
pain gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer
fully recommend J'oley's Kidney Bern
cdy." lleud Drug Co.
J II Wenniidy moved his Hvcry
and stage business into his fine new
barn last Sunday ntid is uow better
prepared than ever to take care of
all the old trade ntul wtiat new
trade may come his way. The
barn is one of the largest and ltcst
in Central Oregon, and the service
one gets there will likewise be of
Judge Kills and ConrniUsioncr
Baylcy went up to the Big Meadows
last Thursday to investigate the
matter of building a bridge across
the Deschutes in that section. The
bridge, which has already been or
dered built, will be put across the
river on the section line one mile
down the river from Cort Allen's.
The road leading across this bridge
will connect with the Crane Prairie
road near the head of Spring river.
The New York Evening Mail of
February 16 has the following note
tn its society columns, regarding
the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Vnndcvcrt of Bend:
Miss Mittyc Vandcvert, of 79 West
lojd stieet, and Mivws Jessie
Douglass, Uvelyn Johnston and
Nettie Weston left for Washington
today. Miss Vandcvert will at
tend the army and navy reception
at the White House on Thursday
The Deschutes Reclamation and
Irrigation Company (the Swallcy
ditch) began building their new
flume the first of the week. The
new flume will be 10 feet wide and
three feet deep. Work was com
menced at the intake, mid it is their
intention to push the work to com
pletion so that the new flume will
furnish water for this year's irriga
tion. The Swallcy -cop!e installed
a portable sawmill and have sawed
their own lumber for this flume.
G. O. Ireland, who was at Iknd
a few weeks ago attempting to sell
a big black Percheroti stallion, liau
no trouble in disposing of the big
fellow at Silver Lake. A company
of local men was formed and took
the horse at $4,000. The company
consists of B. HefTer, C. H. Mc
Kunc, IJ. I). I.utz, B. VanDorn, B.
K. Kendal, T. J. LaBric, W. C.
Buick, Jeff Howard, A A. Martin
jndG. B. Wardwell. On this trip
Mr. Ireland sold three horses, a
Perchcron at Silver Lake and nlso
at Kent and a Belgian at Redmond.
He has a deal on uow for the sale
of two others, on the upper Des
chutes. Mr. Ireland passed through
BcnU last Monday on his way to
I'olev's Houevand Tar cures couchs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex
pels colds. Get the kcuiiIuc in a yellow
package. Bend Druu Co.
Hart, SchalTncr & Marx clothes
are sold by the one up to date cloth
ing house in Crook county, at Fos
ter & Hydj's, Princville 48-51
I JV" I'TTTIMM
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
""" color cards
E. A. SATHER
A Full Line of Groceries, Dry
Goods and Hardware always 011
Um Per Cord, Delivered.
W.SO Per Cord, Delivered,
F. M. CAR.TER..
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Servlcable
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT I'VE GOT. THEREFORE, BUY OF
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OF
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Seed.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF CARDBN SEEDS.
Something to Make the Hens Lay.
Thnt would mean money In our pocket. Mr. Fotillryman, at the
prevailing price of eggs In this section, l'RI'.SII GHOUND GRUUN
IIONK A.NU SIIBI.L will increan; the number of eK you "harvest"
dally. I have the ground Iwne and shell for sale.
S. C. CALDWELL.
BendShaniko Livery & Stage Company
J. II. WENANDY, Prop.
M. Olvln, Agent, Shanlko
New Covered Stages between Bend and Shanlko
Livery and Peed Stables at Shaniko, Madras end Bend.
Wc run our rigs to please the public.
Stages leave each way every day.
Rigs to all parts of Central Oregon. Careful drivers furnished
Special Attention Given to Express axvi feaggage.
The Central Oregon
Banking (8b Trust Company
CAPITAL $25,000 FULLY PAID.
3 and 4 per cent. Interest paid on Six
Months and One Year Time Deposits.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Life Insurance Company
Nearly 300 SATISFIED Policyholders In Crook County.
."50-45 ' - MINOR, Resident Agent
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with tha bast that the. town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Okugon
HENRY L. WHITSETT
Horse Shoeing and
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Local nl in llio old Sheldon Minn,
H Poland H
0 Chinas 0
G Duroc Q
S Jerseys S
Black Langshan Chickens.
E. C PARK, Redmond, Or.
011 MILLARD TRIPLETT
Trunks and Valises
Deschutes Lodge No. 113
Knights of Pythias
Regular meetings the .second and fourth
Wednesday of each uiouth, Vtsltlnj;
knights always welcome,
Chas D Ukown. C. C.
'ClUS. I). KOWU K, U. & S.