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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1909)
J Shoe Department J
IN CENTRAL OREQON.
AH my Shoes are bought di
rect from the manufacturers
and represent the
Very Best Values
it is possible to Ret.
My Shoe Departmtnt has been
enlarged to twice its former
A CORDIAL INVITATION
IS HXIHNIHM) TO YOU PHHSONAU.V
to look ovim THIS
COMPLETE LINE OP UI'.TU-DATK
Till! BIG STORE ON Till! CORNER
Good strong 3'itich wiu'nn.
jlf Wm. Aknui.u.
One second'hand reclining go.
cart. Address Box 78, llcnd. 61 f
Slx'gallon barrel churn, row! ns
new. AddrcM Box 311, Bend, or
call nt Ilullclin ollice. 7-8
Saturday, May first, will be
cleuiHip day. Oct your old tin
cans, rubbish, etc , ruked up lit a
pile ami n team nml wagon will be
furnished to haul it nway.
Let everyone help to keep our
city clean. Jas. 1). Davidson,
Mayor of Bend.
Notice Is hereby given that I
have bought all the stock uml in
terests of the former stockholders in
the Roshind Lumber Company. I
will pay all bills against said com
pany and collect ull accounts due it.
I wish to sny that I will continue
the business at the old .stand, and
keep on hand a complete stock of
lumber, tdiiuglcs, mouldings, etc.
I also wish to say thut any orders
scut to me will be fully appreciated
and will receive prompt and careful
TlIU Ro.SI.ANl) LUMIIItK Co,,
Hy J. N. Muslim,
6 o President nml Manager.
Get your spring suits from E. A.
Good team, harness and hack for
sale. Cull M litis office. 7lf
Hot water always can be had for
bathing at the Pilot Butte Hotel.
Popcorn and candy will be on
sate at the ice cream social Satur
J. M. Lawrence arrived in Bend
last Thursday and is looking after
business matters here,
Mr. and Mrs. F.tney WormstafT
were in from their ranch Tuesday
unending to business matters.
Kd S. Grindeliiml was in from
his farm cuit of town Tuesday.
The Bulletin acknowledges a pleas
The Pilot Uutte Livery & Peed
Ilarn will be run in connection with
the hotel. A new shed with a
number of stalls will be furnished
to freighters and emigrants. Huy
uud grain for sale. Mf
I am now agent for the DeLaval
cream separator, and have one ol
these machines in stock. Step iu
and examine it. They arc 11 great
convenience and money saver for
the dairyman. H.A. Satiikk. 3 ill
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tablo alwaya supplied wild the best that the town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. IlitNl), Okhoon
Ice crenm Saturday afternoon
Dance Saturday night in Lara's
hall. Tickets, 50 cents,
C. W. Allen of Laidtaw was a
business visitor In Bend last Fri
day. Misses Lilly and Gladys Lyncs
have returned to Redmond to re
side. Ice cream iu he Triplet t build
ing next Saturday afternoon And
Those baths at the Pilot Butte
Hotel are something fine two
large tubs. ttf
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan were
down from their ranch at The
Titles last Saturday.
D. L. McKay, representing the
Mueller Lumber Co,, arrived in
Bend Monday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wcnandy
went to Madras Saturday to look
after stage matters, returning Mon
Mrs. George ltrostcrhous enter
tained a few lady friends Tuesday.
The ladies report a very pleasant
L. D. Wicst left Tuesday morn
ing to do some surveying in the
neighborhood of the W. P. Vande
Hugh O'Kane reports that Billy
Robinson, with his father-in-law,
has engaged in the furniture and
undertaking business at Lakcvicw.
Road Supervisor Richardson is
doing some very good work on the
road to Princvillc. He is widen
ing and straightening the road and
blasting out rock ledges.
The Whatsocvers will give an
ice cream, socinl next Saturday af
ternoon and evening in the Triplctt
building, adjoining the furniture
store. Remember the date.
C. N. Marten left Saturday morn
ing for Portland and Astoria to take
up his work as sales agent for the
I). I. & P. Co. His territory em
braces western Washington.
Mrs. J. It. Sawhill and two sons
returned to Bend Monday evening
after a visit of six mouths at the
old home iu Ohio. Mr. Sawbill
went out and met them at Sbaniko.
Work has commenced on the
foundation of J. N. Hunter's new
bungalow, and the carpenters will
begin on the superstructure as soon
as they finish. W. II. Stoats' new
Viola Brown met with a painful
accident last Saturday. She set a
stick of stove wood on end and
then stood on it while trying to tie
a rope for a swing to a branch of a
tree. The stick on which she stood
tipped over, letting Viola fall on a
pile of wood, breaking oil the point
of the bone of the left elbow.
Rev. J. T. Moore delivered a
very able sermon Sunday morning.
The pulpit was occupied in the
evening by Rev. Cook of the Pow
ell Butte section, who likewise
treated the audience to a very help
One of the features nt the dance
to be given Saturday evening will
be a May pole dance by a number
of school children, An admission
of to cents will be charged all spec
tators. For those who dance the
admission will be 50 cents.
Mrs. George Brosterbous has re
ceived the news that a son was
born to Mr. and Mrs Frank O'Ncil
on April 12. Mrs. O'Neil, former
ly Miss Amy Troutner, is a sister
of Mrs. Brosterhous and visited in
Bend something over a year ago.
Attorney and Mrs. Jesse Stearns,
accompanied by Mr. Stearns' mother,
reached Bend Monday evening for
a stay of several mouths. Mr. and
Mrs. Stearns will take up residence
on their ranch east of town pre
paratory to offering final proof as
required by law.
John White's team, which was
tied at the meat market, became
frightened at the new stage com
pany's automobile Tuesday morn
ing and ran away. After running
around a few blocks, they brought
up against a tree, the only damage
being a broken wagon tongue.
Hereafter fishermen will be re
quired to take out a yearly license
the same as hunters, the cost there
for being $100. Every fisherman
over 16 years old must arm him
self with a license or run the chance
of paying the penalty for non-compliance
with the law. That will
mean quite a little revenue from
Bend and vicinity.
J. I. West returned Saturday
from an extended visit with rela
tives in Michigan and Indiana. He
visited at Cold Water, Mich., with
his son, Bert West, and also met
Frank and his wife, who are like
wise visiting iu the East. He re
ports having had a fine time, but
was glad to get back to Oregon
too much rain and snow east of the
The Ladies' Library Club will be
entertained next Tuesday afternoon
by Mrs. F. F. Smith and Mrs. E.
D. Wilson at the home of Mrs
Smith. There is only a little busi
ness to be transacted, after which
the afternoon will be devoted to
social features. The ladies are re
quested to bring their sewing. All
members of the club as well as
those who are interested In the li
brary are cordially invited.
A 3 j4-in. Studebakcr wagon, $75.
7-9 C. W. Am.kn, Laidlaw.
The Bulletin strives to please.
FOR the next 60 dayi we will make a special
Cash Price of $35.00 per thousand on all
kinds of first class Vested lumber, delivered
at Bend or vicinity, on orders amounting to
2,000 feet or over. Will also deliver vast
quality heart shingles at $4.00 per M. If shin
gles are ordered alone order must amount to
20,000 or over.
Th. R.OSLAND LUMBER CO.
W E AVJ N G.
I mil now prepared to do all kinds of Carpet. Rui. Curtain, Couch and
Tnlile Cover, Hammock, Shirt and Shawl, Scat! and Muffler, blanket, Kertey
l)rei Goods, Union Cloth, Linen TouelitiK unit other Weaving on short notice.
Can weave anv width from one foot to six feet wide. I have the latest make
of the Celebrated Newcomb I'our llurnes !ooiii, with which over 700 kinds of
weave enn lie made.
Will furnish warn or not. as customer desires. Your patronage respectfully
solicited. Call on or write
Mrs. W. W. ORCUTT
P. O. Box ?4 Bend, Oregon.
The First National Bank
O F B END
The Financial Hub of the
OUR HOME BANK is the bub to which h.
attached the various spokes of the whole
business community. Closely arid securely
connected, the different interests of the com
munity work well together.
The Bank is dependent upon the peo
ple; Its success is due to the success of the
people. The customers of this Bank are more gener
ally successful than people who have no Bank connec
The people are dependent upon the Bank; they
receive benefits made possible only by the existence of
the Bank. The people can better afford to be con
nected with a strong, safe and successful Bank the
spirit of the enterprise is contagious.
Men come to our Bank to borrow, to leave
money and papers for safe keeping and for active use;
when they wish to send away money and for a hun
dred and one various and important reasons.
This Bank strives to give each customer a per
sonal service that will suit bis individual business
We appreciate the business our customers give
us and aim to make every -transaction satisfactory.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECURITY
U. C. COK . A. SATIIKK C. S.
P. IN SMITH II. C. m.us
Seeds That Grow!
THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT'S
WHAT I'VE GOT. THEREFORE. BUY OP
ME. A LARGE SUPPLY ON HAND OF
Alfalfa, Clover and Timothy Seed.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS.
Something to Make the Hens Lay.
That would mean money In vour pocket. Mr I'otiltryman, at the
prevailing price of ejjRS in this section. I'KESH GROUND GRKUN,
IIONH ANU SIII'.U, will Inert the number of ecK you "barert" '
daily. I have the ground bone ami shell for sale.
S. C. CALDWELL.
The ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE to Bend, Oregon.
4-HORSE COVERED STAGES.
Stages puss through Madras, Culver, Redmond, Laidlaw, to Bend
and thence to any point in Central Oregon. Stages connect at
Redmond with Sisters line For further information call on or
address H. H. COE, local agent, Sbaniko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHANIKO LIVERY & STAGE CO.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Alodern, Neat and Serviceable
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
Seed Oats for Sale.
We are selling our oats at 75c a
bushel. Owing to the backward
season last year, seeding having
been postponed to the middle of
June, our oats are not as good as a
year ago, and will need cleaning.
Parties purchasing seed will be al
lowed to use our denning mill free.
Sacks not furnished. Patties mav
phone from Bend, Redmond or
Laidlaw or addre.ss
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