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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1909)
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BVPRY UOV AND (JIKL WILL NHiJD
I liavc lots of them nil kinds and I
have n very handsome vcticil box that I
am going to give away to every boy or
girl who btiyi their school supplies at
my store. I only have 350 of them so
don't wait to long or they' may be oil
gone, And remember
You can always save
money by trading at
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 33o-nerc liotuestcnd
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they are all gone. 1'or further infor
mation call on or write to
HIIMTRP & TAAT
Sec Hunter & Stoats' homestead
If you lack a topic of conversa
tion, talk railroad.
The Leader is a cigar that is
very popular with Ilcnd smokers.
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Drake and
their guests returned Saturday from
a week's outing at Crater Lake.
J. II. Wenandy reports that he
put $1,000 into new horses for his
livery business the first of the week.
, Inasmuch as Monday, Sept. 6, Is
Labor Day, school will not open on
.that date, but will be postponed
uutil the, day followingthe 7th.
Sec Hunter & Stoats' homestead
Ered Shonquest was a Ucnd caller
Mrs. I'rcd Shonquest was a cal
ler in town Monday,
R. L. DeCoursy and wife wcr
visitors in Heiul last Thursday.
L. II. Mctke was in Ilcnd the
latter part of the week from his up
Wanted Gill tohelp with house
work and attend school, Inquire
of Mrs. Duisy Drown.
"Storkman's Best" is the cigar
that is enjoying the big sales these
days. It is made by Storkman of
400 potts for sale. 1J. HAL
VOHHItN, Ucud. lOtf
Tlic Wakefield crew of railrond
Mlirti.vnr. nr.t iamtwt fill llir. flnt
just north of the J, II. Wenandy
He a civilized man, not ft savage.
Keep clean. The bnth facilities at
I nucs' barber shop will help you to
LAIDLAW NEWS AGENCY
can save you money on your mngn
zlne and newspaper orders. Write
them for rates. 241!
S. R. Kellcy, who has been at
Ilcnd for the past few yenrs, left
Friday for Portland where he will
M. I'. Hawthorne was in town
last Thursday on his way to Ros
tand, returning from helping build
the bridge at Lower liridge.
J. T. Newberry and wife left the
latter part of lust week for their
former home at Forest Grove. Or ,
and will ftpcud the winter there.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hen tie tt of
Mcdford arc out on a month's visit
with Mrs. Dennett's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Scoggiu of Tumalo.
Mrs. M. F. Hawthorne, after
spending a week in Ilcnd with her
daughter, Mrs. Marion Carter, re
turned to her home at Rosland last
George Gates was in town Mon
day on his wiy to his homestead on
the upper river. Mr. Gates had
been working for Mr. Kcllutn for
a few weeks.
M. M. Davenport was in from
the Davenport-Stanley ranch! hurs-
day. He reports that he is having
great difficulty in securing enough
help to properly run the ranch.
John Ferguson will spend the
next few weeks on his ditch land
west of I'rincvillc. He will clear
ofT the sagebrush and plans to
put in a crop next year, prepara
tory to making final proof.
J. II. Wenandy. has been doing a
lively business with his stage line
during the past week or two. From
five to 10 passengers arrive nearly
every day, and he has been carry
ing besides a large amount of- ex
press. J. II. Wenandy now has his fine
new automobile in commission and
already Rend people arc beginning
to patrouize it. It is a handsome
machine, being a 30-horsepowcr
Chalmers-Detroit and will carry
five passengers. Monday Mr. We
nandy sent it out to Sbaniko with
a number of passengers.
The two railroad surveying crews
made quite an imposing spectacle
as they pulled out to work Monday
morning when an enthusiastic ko-
dakist took a shot at the outfit be
fore the Hotel Ilcnd. J. H. We
nandy had one fotir-bnroe ond,two
two-horse teams and one saddle
hor.se with the Milliken crew, while
with the Wakefield crew he had
one four-horse and ouc two-horse
AI.I, KINDS of IIOM1C
Cnll At my uliop Mini insrwet my
JlU.loti furniture. ClmlM, Tat
lei, OMtieti, etc , etc. All work
A. A. ANTHONY.
Sec Hunter & Stoats' homestead
If you want clean and first-class
service, let Innes do your barber
Complaint has been made to The
Bulletin that there should be more
road signs put up around Bend. It
is rrportcd that a man who has
lived in Central Oregon for years
but who had not been in Itcnd for
many months, bad considerable
difficulty last week in finding his
way here, due largely to this lack
Send 35c for three recent num
bers of The Pacific Monthly, the
magazln of the West, just to get
acquainted. If you are not already
a reader of The Pacific Monthly,
you have a surprise in store. The
Pacific Monthly is a live, up to
date, splendidly illustrated maga
zine. Send direct to The Pacific
Monthly Company, Portland, Ore
Frank Orcutt and mother, Mrs.
Richard King and Miss Sharpless
left in Wcnandy's automobile for
the railroad Monday morning. Mr.
Orcutt and mother will probably
stop at Hood River for a time, Mrs.
King will go to Web Lake, Wis.,
and Miss Sharpless returned to her
home at Seattle after making proof
on ditch land which she owns in
N. M. Eastwood of The Dalles
was In Bend Wednesday looking
over this section. Mr. Eastwood
is acting In the capacity of agent
for the D. I & P. Co. 'and the We
nandy stage line and has been in
strumental In sending a large num
ber of people into this section. He
came in to better acquaint himself
with it, and was more than pleased
with what he saw.
The bridge crew under County
Commissfoner Bayley made a rec
ord for themselves in building the
new bridge across the Deschutes at
Lower Bridge. They tore out the
old bridge aud built the new one
consisting' of 17 bents and being
340 feet long, in just seven days,
which Is a pretty good record. The
crew consisted of five men. By the
way, certain ones of the crew re
port that the bridge was accepted
for the county by Jim West and
A (Ureal ht Land.
For sale, at less than company
prices 80 acres of irrigated laud.
Close to town, partly improved.
Can be had for part cash and bal
ance on time with approved secur
ity. Address X care of Bulletin.
Hereafter, we will lmve shipped in to us mcli wrk full tine
of seaonlle frch fruit. We expect to keen a complete supply on
lund at nil lime, l'or the firt week, we vtoukl call your attention to
the following list and price;
OIIANGKS, per dot 50c
1.HMONS, per dot , 50c
CAKTALOUl'lti) IOC UP
TOMATOUS, pcrlb 15c
APPI.KS, r ll 6c
FliACUHS, per crate $2.00
GRAPHS, per lb JJOc
We carry thu largest anil most complete line of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
1 of anyone in the city.
THE CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIDOE & TURPIN.
Ike First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOC. Pf.lld.nl F. A. SATHEff. Viet Pf.lld.nl
O. 8. HUDSON, O.ihl.r
O.nll.lfullrp.ld . 435.000
eiockhold.f.'ll.bllltf - 38.OO0
CITY OF BEND.
The First National Bank of Bend has been designated a
depository for Crook County, and part of the County Money will
hereafter be deposited in the Home Bank.
We now have the City account and that of the majority of
the local people.
Money deposited at home docs double service. The open
ing up of Central Oregon, ol which Bend is the natural distribut
ing point fur this entire section, means much for Bead; will cre
ate many demands from our farmers and merchants to improve
their fauns and business enterprises.
We desire to assist each and every one, but
will not back or finance any unsafe or questionable
Safety should be the first object iu conducting
a bank and we solicit your business on that basis.
U. C. COK It. A. SATJIKR C. S.
V. V. SMITH II. C. I5UJS
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Paints, Oik & Glaes
Ageat for the Celebrated
and Oliver Plows
Stoves and Ranges aad General Lwe
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. Bknd, Oregon
THE ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE TO BEND, OREGON
runs daily between
?Ta esn WW JWIIVJt
Stages pass through Madras, Culver, Redmond, to Bend
and thence t& any point in Ceutral Oregon. Stages connect at
Redmond with Sisters line For further information call o or
address J. PRUYNE, local agent, Shaniko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHANIKO LIVERY & STAGE CO.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
Timber Lands Wanted.
If you have timber lands either
in eastern or western Oregon and
desire to sell the same, it will be to
your interest to at once write the
undersigned, who has buyers wait
ing. C. G, IlllKKHAKT,
102 East First street, Albauy, Or.
Painter & Paperhanger
l'irst Class Work Guaranteed.
lwel Huttcn, Oregon.
Will work la iwy locality. Write or call.