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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1909)
Remodeling, Enlarging and Improving
TiTe Big Store On The Corner
( To Write an "ad."
Watch for Something Special next week
I A. M. Lara
I . ,
Notice li hereby given tlit I
have bought ull the stock unit in
tcrcsls of the former stockholders in
the Rosland Lumber Company. I
nlll puy ull hills against suid com
.iiiy will collect ull accounts due It.
1 wish to my tliut I will continue
the business ut the old Maud, anil
keep on huud u complete stock of
lumber, shingles, mouldings, etc.
1 alio wish to say thnt any ojders
sent to tnc will be fully appreciated
and will receive prompt and careful
Tun Roi.ani LVJIIIItK Co.,
Ily J, N. Master.,
69 President und Manager.
Good strong jiiicli wayon.
itf Wm. Ahnoi.k.
I 'or Sale.
One second-hand reclining go
cut. Address Ilox 7H, llcnd, 6f
I 'or Sate.
Hither Ho or .o acres of ditch
laud near llcnd. Reasonable if
taken noon. Adjoining Ihl laud it
n 160 acre tract which muy be tak
en 11 h u homestead. Cull at The
Get your spring suits from H. A.
Joe Taggart is driving stage now
lcwcen Roiland and Silver Lake.
Two good I('k'"B rooms for
rent. Inquire of Mrs. O. II. F.rick
son. Mrs, C. L. Kuton will leave soon
for a visit at her former home at
A. A. Aldrtdge and Armand
Shearer left Sunday morning for
a Iwar hunt up the river.
Arthur Hly offered final five-year
lroof on his homcHtead before Com
iniMloucr Kilts yistcrday.
Strayed Gray gelding, weight
alout 900; branded J II. Return
to Baldwin much and receive f to
Ranging near Powell Duties.
Mrs. Carl Chapman, who has
Iwcu vttttltiis with Mrs. C. L.
Katou for the past few weeks, left
today for her home in Idaho.
FOR tho next 60 days we will make a special
Cash Prico of $35.00 per thousand on all
kinds of first class dressed lumber, delivered
at Bend or vicinity, on orders amounting to
2,000 feet or over. Will also deliver best
quality heart shingles at $4.00 per M. If shin
gles are ordered alono order must amount to
20,000 or over.
1?. ROSLAND LUMBER CO.
W E AVJ N G.
I nut now prruirrd to iln all kind of Carct, Kiitf, Curtain, Couch and
Tattle Cover, Hummock, Slilrl and hli.iwl, Scarf ml Muffler, lllaukct, Kcrxcy
l)rc C.ckmW, t'nlon Clolli, I, Iiicii TowrlhiK nnil other Weaving oil slmrt notice.
Can urate anv wlillli from one foot to nix feet wide. I have the lotett nmke
of the Ccli'lirutcil Nrrniiih I'oiir llnrncM Loom, with which otcr kiuiU of
weave ran he made.
Will fnrnUh warp or not, ni rii.tomcr deslrea. Your Mlronage rerrtfnll)
sullcitrd. Cull on or i lie
Mrs. W. W. ORCUTT
P. O. Box 74 Bend, Oregon.
ON REAL ESTATE.
LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS,
Reliable Representatives Wanted.
The Jackson Loan ($ Trust Co.
FORT WORTH, Texas, or JACKSON, Mississippi.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tntilo always suppllud with tha bust that tho town affords.
Neat mid Coruforttihlc Nonius. llitND, OiutaoN
Hot water always can be had for
bathing nt the Pilot Butte Hotel.
Clint Icn Stauburrough returned
from Portland Sunday afternoon,
where he had been called recently
by the sudden death of bin mother,
J. W, Overton and family have
decided to leave Bend and locate in
the Valley. They will leave In a
short time nud locale near Kugcric
MrH, Carl Chapman was in Uend
yesterday to offer cotniuutatiou
proof, lcforc Commlsiloucr Kills,
on her homcsleud which Ilea in the
old river bed section,
The new pump "ordered by the
Uend Water, Light & Power Com
puny lias arrived and will be in
stalled at once. It ban a capacity
of 9,600 gallons an hour.
The Pilot Iluttc Livery & Feed
Ham will be run in connection with
the hotel. A new shed with a
number of stalls will be furnished
to freighters and emigrants. Huy
and grain for sale. itf
Frank May of Bend has sold bis
quarter section of land in the
Methodist Hill district to Paul
Hates of Portland. This was
originally the Wm. Corner home
stead. Madras Pioneer.
A large drove of cattle belonging
to J. I. Ryan wcm driven through
llcnd Friday evening on their way
to the summer range at TheTules,
having been fed during the winter
at a Crooked river ranch.
Rev. Father Hickey will arrive
in llcnd next Saturday evening,
and will hold Mas in the Catholic
church next Sunday. He will re
main until Tuesday morning when
he will leave for Redmond.
I am now agent for the DcLaval
cream separator, and have one of
these machines In stock. Step in
anil examine it. They arc a great
convenience and money xavcr for
the dairyman. K.A. Satiikk. 3itl
Remember the baud concert Fri
day evening. The boys arc im
proving rapidly under Prof.
Throne's instructions and their
concerts arc certainly n treat. There
should tie more people out to hear
The little two-months-old son ol
Mr. and Mrs. John Purccll was
buried last Thursday morning in the
llcnd cemetery. Mr.and Mrs. Purccll
live on ditch land cast of town just
at the forks of the Bcud.Priucvilte
and Redmond road.
The Bulletin was iu error last
week when it announced that J. B.
Hcyburn was one of the ranchers
who were planning to build a canal
to divert water from Fall river.
Mr. Heyburu writes that he has
no connection with the undertak
ing I.. H. Mctkc has received
word from Stale Engineer Lewis
that is quite favorable to the proj
ect of diverting water from Fall
river, as reported in last week's
Bulletin. Mr. Lewis said there
would be no reason to object to the
plan as outlined by' the home
steaders who have undertaken the
J, I). Baumgartncr of Olncy, Or.,
and J. Johnson of Astoria, Or..
were in Bend yesterday on their
way to the Christmas Lake coun
try, where they own land, Mr.
Buumgattuer also owning ditch
laud near Bend. Mr. Baumgart-
tier was formerly n neighbor of the
Wormstafl's, who live east of town,
and Neul Tuesday as their guest.
Judge Kilts returned the first of
the week from attendance at n
session of the county court at Print-
ville, Nothing was done by the
court aside Irom a few routine mat
ters. The county officers were so
Many weak, nervous women have been
restored to health by I'oley'a Kidney
Remedy as It stimulates the kidneys kor
thry will eliminate the watte matter from
the blood. Impurities denre&a the nerves.
causiiiK uervotu exhaustion and other
ailments. Commence today and von
will soon tie urll. Pleasant to take.
Uend Drug Co.
busy with the circuit court, that it
was very difficult for the commis
sioners to transact any county busi
ness, so they adjourned to meet the
Those baths nt the Pilot Butte
Hotel arc something fine two
large tubs. ttf
Lnst Friday young Geo. Woods,
while Mealing n ride on nu auto
mobile, had the finger nails torn
from the first two fingers on his
right huiid. He was holding on to
one of the springs, and as the auto
ran over a bump the spring came
together, smashing the tip ends of
George's finders and tearing off
the nai,ls. It made quite a painful
A number of Bend ladies joined
in a very pleasant "surprise" on
Miss Anna Johnson last Wednes
day afternoon at Miss Johnson's
borne. The surprise was in the
nature of a farewell party as Miss
Johnson plans to leave soon for an
extended visit in the East. Each
lady brought as a gift some article
that would be of use to Miss John
son on her journey. During the
afternoon refreshments were served,
and a most delightful time had by
Good team, harness and hack for
sale. Collet this office. 7tf
M-disc McSherry seeder, grass
seed attachment. Price, $50.00,
9-1 1 C. W. At.utN, Laidlaw.
Six-gallon barrel churn, good as
new. Address Box 10, Bend, or
call at Bulletin office. 7-8
Household Furniture For Sale.
Cook stove, bedstead and spring,
dresser, sewing machine, kitchen
cabinet, etc. Also n few chickens.
Inquiie at Bulletin office.
From our place May 1, a bay
marc branded 12 on left shoulder.
Anyone seeing same notify
Ouoa HasskmiKkc I,uidlav, Or.
Bids for the construction of the
north lateral of the Arnold canal,
from station 323 to the Central Ore-'
gou canal crossing. Bids to be in
by May 13. 1909.
L. I). Wihst, Secretary,
North Irrigation Co.
When You Paint
buildings, inside or out
side, if you desire the
very best results at the
least expense you
E. A. SATHER
Full Line of (lroccrlcs, Dry
Uoods nnd Hardware always on
So much has already been said on tho
importance of luiyinc your seeds from
a reliable dealer that to repeat it is only
waste of words. fiUK Seeds have
proved their worth our incrcas-
busmess is proof indeed that
merit alone has made the
Chas. H. Lilly Co. fore
most seedsmen on the
Pacific Coast. Send
for catalog, 120
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TiTe First National Bank
The Financial Hub of the
OUR IIOMIJ BANK is the hub to which U
attached the various spokes of the whole
busiucss community. Closely and securely
connected, the different interests of the com
munity work well together.
The Bank is dependent upon the peo
ple; tts 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 arc 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 tbey 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 his individual business
We appreciate the business our customers give
us and aim to make every transaction satisfactory.
MOXF.Y TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECURITY
V. C COK K. A. SATJIKK C. S.
I'. I'. SMITH It. C. r.LUS
OM I'. VISITORS are always welcome;
otliera are always a pest. The pest
kind are beginning, to make their
appearance There Is one way to
guard against them, i. c , by purchasing a
lull set of CAl.mVHI.I.'S
Screen Doors and Windows
Use Masury's Paints and Oils None so good.
Alfalfa, Timothy, and a small amount of Clover Seed.
Doors and Windows. Lime and Cement,
S. C. CALDWELL.
The ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE to Bend, Oregon.
4-HORSE COVERED STAGES.
Stages pass 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, Shauiko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHANIKO LIVERY &. STAGE CO.,
SI'F.CIAL ATTENTION TO KXPRFSS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Modern, Neat nnd Serviceable
Call on AULLARD TRIPLETT
Seed Oals for Sale.
We are selling our oats at 75c a
bushel. Owing to the backward
season last year, seediug having
been postponed to the middle ol
June, our oats are not ns good as a
year ago, and will need cleaning
Parties purchasing seed will be al
lowed to use our clcauing mill free.
Sacks not furnished. Parties may
phone from Bend, Redmond or
Laidlaw or address
Sinwwoon Bros .
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