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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1909)
The Big Store
IN GOING THROUGH MY STOCK AT
THK CONCLUSION 01' MY SECOND
SALE ' .
the sale that was different
I 1'IND THAT MANY LINUS ARK DAI).
LY 11K0KHN. I FIND ODD LOTS AND
REMNANTS AM. OVKR THK STORK.
I WANT TO CLEAN THKSK UP AND
MAKK ROOM l'OR MY NKV GOODS
that will arrive In a short time itotnc of tlictn
nrc already In my warehouse.
If you want lo pick up some bargains
IIQTTGR UAROAINS THAN YOU I1AVB
EVER HAD HErOREt be sure nnd look up these
RKMNANTS AND ODD LOTS.
TIIUKSDAY. I'RIOAY AND RATl'KDAV ONLY you cm
bavc 14 lbs. best Krsnulated cane sugar ami One I)oien half
Hllun Mason l'ruit Jn complete With caja mid new rubber
J THIS 1'RICIt IS r.OOI) ONLY ON Tllll DAYS MKN-
lUii ri ot'i' vji
The Big Store
A. M. LARA
UGND, ORnOON IinND, OREGON
400 posts for sale. K. IlAt
vohukn, Bend. 19
The best nickel cigar on tbe
market: The Leader.
Mrs, M. J. Morrison lias been
very sick for tbe past week.
A contract will be let tomorrow
for painting the Ik ml school house.
You get complete satisfaction
when you smoke The Leader cigar.
Rev. Mitchell will preach In
Bend next Sunday morning aud
Dr. Merrill and family returned
Monday from a week's outing at
Smokers will be pleased with
Storkman's new cigar "Stork'
The Prtacvlllc Cigar Factory is
pleasing the smokers with a fine
line of cigars.
Claude Smith of Priueville is in
Bend vitltiug with his brother, V.
V, Smith, 'and family.
You will get better satisfaction
by smoking cigars made by the
Priueville Cigar Factory.
The Bend drug store has been
by Dr. Merrill, who .will
take charge In a few days.
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Watch This Space Hereafter
.For Something Interesting.
Central Oregon Realty Co.
I?,' A. SotlTcr ond daughter Corn
rctururd Monday .from their visit
to the A. I', exposition.
The baud concert will be given
Sunday nfieruobti at 3:30 Instead
of on Friday evening this week.
Miss Iva West, who has been at
tending school at Portland, is harm
for n vacation of four or five weeks
Adam Kolzmati returned Satur
day from mi extended trip through
Montana, Idaho and Washington
A. C. Lucas expects soon to be
gin the consiructlou of a 30x60 ad
dition to the 'Pilot Butte livery
Karlc Wright, of Portland, ar
rived In Bend Sunday evening foi
n visit with his sister, Mrs. Hugh
J)atl West has finished a cement
walk from the front of his resldcnct
down to the street the first cement
walk In town,
Mrs. Daisy Brown js now em
ployed at the tclephdnc central,
taking the place vacated bg Miss
Wanted Position on ranch for
the winter by reliable man with
small family. Please write B
Marion Carter has contracted to
furnish the pumping, plant with 50
cords of four-foot wood, also a like
amount for the- Hotel Bend.
George Storkman, the Psincvillc
cigar manufacturer, was In Bend
Monday on (he way to his old home
at Lakcvlcw for a mouth's vacation.
Parties coming over the Santlam
pass in the cascades report that re-
cent heavy rains on the west klopc
have made tbe roads there almost
C. A. Riddle, Will WurzweUcr
and another Priueville gentleman
were in Bend Sunday on their way
to the upper Deschutes on a fishing
The Bend Public Library had 40
visitors last Saturday, breaking all
previous records of this growing
aud worthy institution. During
July 19 ( books went out to patrons
of the library.
A. A. Aldridge recently received
from Portland a beautiful rug,
made from the hide of a black bear,
which Mr. Aldridge kilted. He
prizes the rug" very highly as it is
made from the first bear he ever
Dr! Coe reports the following
births during the past week: To
Mrs. W, It. Gmharo, at- Gist, a
boy, Monday morning; to Mrs.
John Mitchell, a boy, July 30.
The Mitchells have a farm near
the Davenport ranch.
A letter was recently received by
an engineer in the employ of the
D. I. & P. Co., from Twohy Bros.,
Harriinan's railroad constructors in
the Deschutes canyon, stating that
they would soon let contracts for
the building of 90 miles more of
their Deschutes line.
A subcontractor w)io has been
working on the railroad at Klam
ath Falls passed through Bend
Saturday with his teams and equip
ment, curoutc to the battlegiound
in the Deschutes canyon. The
fust actually visible sign, for Bend
people, of railroad construction.
Triplctt & Turpin have sold
their barber outfit nnd business to
Joe Inncs, who came here recently
from San Francisco and started a
shop in the Hotel Bend. Mr.
Triplctt will devote his time to his
ditch land and Mr. Turpin may
work for a time for Mr, Inncs In
G. P. Putnam went out to the
railroad the first' of the week to
meet his father, G. P, Putnam Sr-.
head of the firm of Putnam & Sons,
New York publishers, who Js tak
lug a trip thtough the west. After
seeing other points Mr. Putnam, Sr,
may accompany his son to' Bend
fpr a short stay. ,
John Bloss, the timber cruiser
who is working for John Ryan,
was In Monday, and ordered tim
ber trespass tmlicc printed. Mr.
Bloss stated that he had recently
discovered that someone had been
cutting timber for shakes and other
purposes 011 Mr. Ryan's holdings,
and he has determined to put a
stop to this.
J. II. Wenandy went to Portland
the last of the week for a new auto
mobile lo lie used In his local livery
business. The machine, with a
competent driver, will be kept at
tlie Wcuandy barn at the service of
the public. Mr. Wenandy certain
ly is deserving of a compliment for
his progrcs-tlvcness In the matter of
furnishing Bend with adequate
transportation facilities, both on
his stage line and in the general
Dr. Burrows and family, who
own ditch land just northeast of
town, arrived last evening from
Lebanon, Oregon, and will reside
here permanently. Dr. Burrows
also Iimm land in the Madras coun
try, where he will spend the next
few weeks looking after the har
vesting of his wheat crop. After
that he will set up an office in Bend
and begin practicing. The doctor
is an osteopath, and lie says lie sold
out an excellent practice at Lebanon
because he much preferred to live
In the Bend country. He formerly
practiced at Madras for a year.
County Commissioner R. H.
Baylcy was in Bend this morning
enroute to the Big Meadows bridge
to, get the rorfd camp outSt, which
will be taken to Laidlaw, where
the bridge across the river will be
repaired. After that is done Mr.
Baylcy and his men will complete
the bridge across the Pilot Butte
canal on the Laidlaw-Powell Buttes
road. Then they will go to Lower
Bridge, where they will put in an
entirely new bridge on the old
Willamette Valley wagon road.
Other work which Mr. Baylcy has
mapped out is (he opening up of
the new Lyle Gap road which has
just recently been allowed, and re
pair work at Trail Crossing.
Tbe D. I. & P. Co. had the
break in the big flume repaired
Thursday night and Friday morn
ing the water was running. The
work of repairing the flume was
rushed with all possible speed and,
judging from general reports, crops
under the ditch suffered but little
owing to the temporary shutting
off of the -water, although the farm
ers were somewhat inconvenienced
by having to haul water for do
mestic purposes. Since the water
was again turned on some of the
farmers arc complaining that they
arc not getting enough water, but
whether this is due to an insufficient
head in tbe flume, or to fact that
farmers above them arc taking more
thau their share, is not known.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II, Erickson re
turned Monday from Portland,
where they bad been to consult
tbclr attorney, John II. Hall, in
regard to their case over the trouble
with Wulters, the man on their
ranch, which they appealed and
which is now pending in the courts.
On their tcluru trip from Portland
the Kricksons, for their own satis
faction, visited many points aloug
the Deschutes canyon where rail
road construction had begun. Mr.
P.ricksnn says that the newspajwr
rejxirts concerning the railroad are
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. 0. OOv Pmtld.nl E. A. BATHER. Vic Prtildtnl
O. R. HUDSON, Csthlsr
Capital fullr palrf - 7B.O00
lotholdrs' liability S26.000
tJie Jieneficial Jjoonicrang
H fOV OIVB YOUR HOMB JIANK your busln'esa anil
I receive in return your alisre of the community' bene
Y Tit, bcsMes immediate and direct personal service
m from the bank.
An IntelliRently nianaitnt Rank that bat ample capital
with which to 1I0 business i a decided benefit to tbe com
munity. Bach individual man aud woman is better oil for
the flank's existence.
The First National Hank ol Dend -
77.rpn the S'eopte's money aafely.
7&r iPeope'a money la mat mart productive.
a7A People receive moat of the benrfi(t
Bach man's bmineM, Riven to the First National Bank of
7Tend, the Home Dank, adds jutt that much mare to tbe ad
vantage of 'he community in general.
When the farmer is able to secure capital to advance bis
interests, the people are benefitted. When the business man
secures funds from this Dank to carry on bis business, tbe
people arc again benefited.
The I'irsl National Dauk of Bend aids all classes., and by so
dolnj; ii a benefit to the community. Whatever business you
give this flank beljn your business and the business of Ueird
and surrounding country. The belter the condition of Demi
and the community the better it is for you Individually.
Think it over.
Money to Loan on Chattels and Persoaal Security
DIRE CT O R S:
U. C. COK K. A. SATHKK C. S. IIODSON
I'. I'. SMITH II. c. r.ixis
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Paints, Oils (& Glass
Agent for the Celebrated
and Oliver Plows
Stoves and Usages and a Geaeral Line
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL, BEND, ORE.
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Table always supplied with the best that the. town affords.
Neat and Comfortable Rooms. Bund, Obegok
THE ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE TO BEND, OREGON
AUtOmODlle M. n t-4.
Stages pass through Madras, Culver, Redmoud, Laidlaw, to Betid
and thence to any point in Central Oregon. Stages connect at
Redmond with Sisters line. For further information call on or
address J. PRUYNE, local agent, Shaniko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHAN1K0 LIVERY & STAOE CO.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Gallon MILLARD TRIPLETT
not exaggerated in the least and
that there is certainly much activ
ity in the canyon. Special trains
are being ruti oyer the Columbia
Southern to haul equipment, sup
plies, teams, etc. Every tuau aud
team available is being pressed into
service, supply houses are being
established aud every indication K
good' that the railroad builders have
come to stay uutil the lirtes tap
plug Central Oregon are completed.