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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1909)
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160 Acpe8--,VttWr.'!i'.iM $1,500
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$20 per acre
City Property Anywhere you wnt It Cheap.
HOMESTEADS .120 ncreii the llest there Is,
1IMI1HK LANDS ESTIMATED.
Ilrforr you lorntf or buy ANVTHINO, we
Merrill 2b Wilkinson Company
The Pine Tree
IS STILL IN HUHINKSS, CONTRARY TO REPORTS
OTHERWISE. I hnvc juit received part of my FALL DRY
GOODS mill am going to K'vc you
Rargains Every Day
NO Sl'HCIAL DAYS HVKRY DAY ALIKE. Come in
nntl convince yourself. A handsome friuucil picture given mvay
with every $s C1,sn purchase in dry goods. I nlto hnvc a full
line of Groceries, Huildiiig Material, Paints and Oils of nil kinds,
I'm m Mnehluery and Uiuding Twine.
NO HOT AIR PEDDLED 1IKUK.
E. A. Sather.
Hut If you mutt cell now, Hut your proxrrly with
Deschutes Realty Co.
VK HANDI.H UANCIIKS, IIUUOATI'.I) LANDS, TOWN I'KOl'I'.RTV,
THE ONLY DIRECT STAGE
LINE TO BEND, OREGON
runs daily between
Madras and Bend.
Stages pass through Madras, Culver, Redmond, to Ileud
nnd thence to any point in Central Oregon, Stages connect nt
Redmond with Sisters line For further iuformntion call on or
address J, PRUYNE, local ngeut, Slinulko, Oregon, or
BEND-SHANIKO LIVERY & STAQE CO.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
When You Need
Modern, Neat nnd Serviceable
Call on MILLARD TRIPLETT
WHEN IN BEND STOP AT
THE PILOT BUTTE INN
Tnble Always lupplled with Ihu bolt that tlio town affords,
Neat nnd Comfortable Rooms. IlitNi), Okxron
.too potts for ale. Kd. IIaV
vohhiin, lleud, lOtf
Cubhngc 30, nnd dry onions .c lb
Kltner Niswongcr was n Priue-
villc visitor the first of the week.
Fine pasture. Inquire of F. C.
Rowlec or nt Anne's barn. 30-33
J. K, Meeker, it rancher near
Sisters, wan a liend visitor Fridny.
Fifty loads of wheat straw for
saleRichard Meyer. Powell
Good tenni, hnek, harness and
buggy for Hale, Inquire of Central
Oregon Realty Co. 3itf
J. D. Davidson is attending cir
cuit court this w-ck as a witness
before the grund jury.
Mrs. Creed Triplet! is visiting
with her hitter, Mm. Khuer Merrill,
at the up river homestead.
Miss Harel Caldwell, who Is
teaching in the Laldlaw school,
spent Sunday at home in Hend,
All the men of the town and vi
cinity go to I tines' barbershop fur
their barber work. It's the popu
v. u. rorniinm ot Kosianu was
in Hend Saturday night on his way
to attend the teachers' Institute at
LAIDLAW NEWS AGKNCY
can save you money on your msga
zinc and newspaper orders. Write
them for rates. 3-ttf
P. L. Looney of Peel, Wash.,
wan in Hend the first of the week.
He bought some ditch laud and
will move onto it next spring.
Miss Laurel Shttllz visited with
her sinter in Hend Sunday while on
her way from Rosland to attend the
teachers' institute at Prinevillc.
Good service invariably causes a
business to grow. Joe In tics' bar
kv business is stendity growing.
Therefore he must give good :rv
ice. R. L. DcCourccy nnd wife were
in town Saturday. Mr. DcCourccy
was on his way to Trail Crossing to
help in repairing tire bridge at that
Hishop Paddock, Kpiscopal bish
of Kastcrn Oregon, will hold serv
ices in Hend on Sunday, Oct. 31.
The bishop will arrive on the pre
The Hend Concert Rand is in at
tendance at the county fair this
week, furnishing music for the
pleasure seekers. The band is to
receive 200 and expenses.
Henry Heath and a Mr. Kin
near of Idaho purchased lot 9,
block 9, and lot 9, block 16, re
spectively, last week. The Mer
rill & Wilkinson Co. made the
Fresh Hi cad, Pics, Cakes and
Cook Irs nt the Rnkcry. 3233
Judge F.IIIm is in Prinevillc this
week intending a session pf the
M. C. Miller, who for a yenr or
more was ucrititcudcut of the
Three Sisters Ranch, returned to
Rend M6udny and will be here
about 10 days,
Huy home-grown fruit trees nnd
save expense oner damage by trans
portation. Surer to grow than im
ported stock. One- nnd two-year-olds
for sale by Howahd Spinino,
Rend, Or. 3otf
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Houghton
have moved to Bend and will open
a restaurant in the Olc Kricksou
building on Dond street. They
hnvc named it "The California
The city council has ordered side
walks and crossings along the south
side of Ohio street, which will pro
vide a continuous sidewalk from
the D. I. & P. Co. office to J. N.
R. H. Mulzig will begin the erec
tion of a building on his lots at the
corntr of Wall and Oregon streets
as soon as he can get the lumber.
The building will be 20x50 feet
with a 17 foot ceiling.
Wm. Ferry and family arrived
from Hartline, Wash., last Friday,
having driven overland. Mr. Ferry
owns ditch land in the old river bed
section near the A O. Walker place
and will soon move upon it.
Dr. F M Van Snyder of North
Yakima, Wash., reached town Sat
urday, and says a large party of
Yakima people will arrive in a few
days, whom he will endeavor to
locate on land in this vicinity.
The Central Oregon Realty Co.
will begin soon the erection of a
house on its lots in the east part of
town. The structure will be 36x30
feet with 20 foot posts. It will be
occupied by Mrs. Daisy Drown.
Dr. F. M Van Snyder has an
ad. in this issue in which he asks
those who desire to sell their lands
to list them with him. What he
especially desires are forties entire
ly free from rock or nearly so. He
also makes a specialty of large
tracts. Dr. Van Snyder is adver
tising this section very extensively
at North Yakima aud has many in
terested. Your property, if listed
with him, will thus have the ad
vantage of being advertised at
North Yakima as well as at fiend.
Address him cither at Bend or
If you wish to have your ex
press ana light I relent come in
along with your letters and daily
papers, have it come in on the mail
line Tiiu Counktt Stark &
STAHUt CO. 25tf
V QUESTION .
It has been asked' us several times,
"How can you afford to give away
beautiful 300 Upton Parlor Grand
Piauo, as you advertise you will do?"
Wc prefer to sell 100 articles at a profit of 10 cents
each, ruther than 10 articles at a profit of one dollar each.
It means just ninety more people pnttoniziug our store.
The only reason for our being in business Is to do business.
This means thnt we must bring the people to bur store.
Low prices and good values will bring us customers always.
Our giving away of this piano is simply to bring additional
business to our store aud it is doing it, every day. It pays
you nnd us,
MERRILL DRUG CO;
The First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
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O.plU' fwllr Pld S3C.000
Blocfcholif.r lUhllltr . 26,000
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V. C COK It. A. SATIIKK C S. HUDSON
P. V. SMITH II. C. ELLIS
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Paints, Oik (tb G!as
Agent for the Celebrated
and Oliver Plows
Stove and Ranges and a General Line
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL, BEND, ORE.
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 320-acre homestead
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they are all gone. For further infor
mation can on or write to 77
HUNTER & STAATS I
BEND, ORliQON I
$3 Per Box
Come early. They wont last long:
Full Line of
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ALDRIDOE & TURPIN.