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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1909)
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I CAKHV A 1UI.I, LINK 01' SCHOOL HtU'I'MI'.S AND GIVE A HAND
SOME 1'ENCII, BOX 1'RIW WITH EV'KKY CASH 1' U K C 11 A S E
You want a Good,
your boy or girl-
a shoe that will give good ser vice, is com
fortable, and worth the price you pay for it.
Hwllcvc I have the Best Line of School Shoes EverUrought to Crook Comity, nnd
one thot answers every one of the above requirements You will find samples
of a few of the ittylcn
in the show window
AND TIHt PRICKS RANCH FROM
$1.75 to $4.00 a pair
Tick out the style yon wnnt nnd then conic In mid let me fit your boy or. girl.
Special for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
AIPNPQ HHQP LACK in grays, tans and blacks. EMBROI-ITlL-iM
I IUOL, DKRHI) in grays, blues, tain, reds and black.
PLAIN COLORS, SILK FINISH In blacks, tnux, grays,
reds nnd blues. All my 35c hoy. SPHCIAL nt r J.C
nncCC fiOnn NEW PALL SUITINGS, livery piece
i-IL-,-0 KJJJUJ IH.Wf 11 vcrV desirable colors and patterns.
Nearly nil In 1 2-yard lengths, just cnoii;li for two skirts.
All the 55-ccut quality, at Atn I All the 5-ccut quality, nt )Cf,
yard v r yard jj
I AD A'O
I H I I H II BEND
In M 1 t fl V OREQON.
AIX KINDS of HOME
Cnll nt nir li') arid Itintx-ct 111 v
Mission I'lirniture. Chair, Tall
ica, Cabinets, etc., tic. All wmk
A. A. ANTHONY.
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 320-ncrc homestead
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they nre nil gone. For further infor
mation call on or write to
HUNTER & STAATS
Rev. Mitchell will hold services
in Bend next Sunday.
For the very best service in bar
taring, cull on Joe Itmcs.
C. I). Allen was down from his
iip-rlvcr ranch lust Friday.
The Leader Is n cigar that is
very popular with IJeud smokera,
Horn, to Mr', mid Mrs. Tlicndnrc
Anne, on ThuiMlay, Sept. 3, nn
J. II. Wcuaiidy sent out his nuto
Monday to Klutuulh Marsh with
Wanted Girl for general house
wotk, Good wnpes Mrs. Ros
CQK Howaku, lteud, Or,
L A, Brnndenburgh will soon
begin building a house on nit acre
tract which he owns in Lytic.
J. E. Reed and family nnd l. A.
Smith and wife have goue to the
Vnlley for their winter's fruit.
Miss Iva West will leave for Port
laud tomorrow where she will con
tinue her studies on lite violin.
Miss Nona Richardson returned
to Ilcnd Sundny evening after nn
extended visit at outside points.
Mrs. Lola Erickson last week
purchased two lots in the southern
part of town from lid Halvorsen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lara very
pleasantly entertained a number of
friends nt cards last Wednesday,
"Storknmn's Best" is Jhe cigaf
that is enjoying the big sales these
days. It is made by Storkuian oi
Arthur Johnson will leave in a
short time for the state school nt
Corvallis where he will take a course
The fine rain of last week was
general all over the country, and
did worlds of good to pastures and
LAIDLAW NEWS AGENCY
can save you money on your maga
zine and newspaper orders. Write
them for rates. ' 241!
R. M. Elder is building a house
14x16011 his ditch laud cast of
town. Brostcrbous Bros, nre do
ing the carpenter work.
Mrs. T. W. Trtplett left this
morning for Portland to purchase a
stock of goods, and will open a
millinery store in Bend.
Several of the small trees in a
young apple orchard on the experi
ment farm are bearing a few apples
of good quality this year.
C. W. Hoech was in from his
farm Tuesday, lie reports that he
has tomatoes in abundance and
that they will be ripe soon.
There was a very successful
dance in Lara's hall Monday even
ing, the Bend Band furnishing the
music. The receipts amounted to
Wsnandy & Kulp arc battling
out their hogs to Madras to fatten
them. They figure it is cheaper to
haul out the hogs than to bring in
Mrs. A. M. Drake spent part of
last week as the guest of Mr. nnd
Mrs, C. H. Allen nnd Mr. nnd Mrs
J. E. Sawhill on their places on the
Miss Nellie James of Laidlaw,
who was at one time primary teach
er in the Bend school, has entered
Pud fie University to take a com
Mrs. J. E. Sawhill and Miss
Kershaw were down from their up-
river homes the latter part of the
week, (or a visit ol n Tew unys.witu
friends in town.
Miss Anue Market arrived the
latter part of the week from Rock
ford, III , and began her duties
Tuesday as assistant principal of
the Bend schools.
Herraftrr, we will have shipped ill to u each week full line
of seasonable fresh fruits. We expect to keep a complete upply on
liaml m all tluica. I'or the first week, we would call your attention to
the following Hit nml price:
, ORANGES, per dot,,,, v 50c
LEMONS, per doz '. 50c
CANTALOUPES x IOC UP
TOMATOES, peril! 15c
AI'l'I.ES, per II flc
PEACHES, pcrcmle $2.00
CRAPES, per lb 20C
We carry Hie large! and most complete line of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
of anyone in the city.
J HE CORNER CONFECTIONERY
ALDRIIXIB & TURI'IN.
15e First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. 0. OOC, Praildcnt P.. A, BATHEIt, Vic. Prt.ld.nl
O. S HUOSON, Oathlr
OaplUI fullr paid ... 3R.000
Btocfchold.r.' Ilabllllr S2S.OOO
Dcpositorrfor jciTY 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 does double service. The open
ing up of Central Oregon, oi which Bend is the natural distribut
ing point for this entire section, means much for Bend; will cre
ate many demands from our farmers and merchants to improve
their fauns and business enterprises.
Wc desire to assist each and .every one, but
will not back or finance any unsafe or questionable
Safety should be the first object in conducting
a bank and wc solicit your business on that basis.
U. C. COK , U. A. SATHKR C. S. HUDSON
I'. V. SMITH II. C. HMJ3
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Paints, Oik & GJas
Agent for the Celebrated
and Oliver Plows
Stoves and Ranges and a General Liae
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL, BEND, ORE.
Ilut if you must (ell now, list your property with
Deschutes Realty Co.
Wit MAKDLi: RANCHES, IRRIGATED LANDS, TOWN PROPERTY,
THE ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE TO BEND, OREGON
rims daily between
Madras and Bend.
Stages pass through Madras, Culver, Redmond, to Bend
and thence to any poiut 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-SHANIKO LIVERY & STAOE CO.,
SPEClAl, ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT