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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1909)
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150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon. Just opened tc 3JO-ocrc homestead
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they ore ull k"c I'or further infor
mation call on or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
( Call In and tako a look at our line
of Mccrac!iwum and JPrcnch Hrtor
Piped, fhe best lino of Cljcars and
Tobaccos In town headquarters
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THE CORNER r.QNFECTlONERV
ALDRIDQD & TURPIN.
Cabbage 3c, and dry onions 4c lb
J oh Uuckmolz.
Fruit trees for sale. Howard
SflNNtNQ, Bend, Or. 36tf
Shcrifl" Iilkitis was a business
caller in town Monday.
For Sale Shares in Swalley
ditch. Homk Land Co.
Get your hair cut where they
know how to do it. Thai's Joe
Inucs' barber shop.
Mrs. John Steidl has been ill for
some time with typhoid fever, but
is now convalescent.
Mrs. Henry Whltsett is enjoying
a visit from her mother, Mrs.
Kctchum, of I'rineville.
LAIDLAW NEWS AGENCY
can save you money on your maga
zine and newspaper orders. Write
them for rates. 24 tf
The Merrill & Wilkinson Com
pany left this morning with their
auto with two prospective settlers
for the High Desert.
Experienced stenographer desires
employment, cither temporarily or
in permanent position. Address,
"Stenographer," care of Uulletiu
II. J. Overturf reports that a
new bridge will be built across the
river leading to the mill just as
soon as the water lowers suf
Homer Doggcss left for his for
mer home at North Yakima last
Thursday morning, having received
word that a brother had been criti
cally injured in a football game.
A man by the name of Lavis, of
New York City, reported to be con
nected with the Rock Island rail
way system, was in lkud during
the week looking over this section..
Whiskers artistically removed at
Joe Inucs' toniorial parlors.
I'or Sale Fully equipped saw
mill, For particulars address X,
care JIulletin. 38 tf
County Judge Ellis and F. C.
Rowlec each had the misfortune lo
lone a xood horse during the pasl
Lost One set of 3x34 auto
mobile chains. Finder report at
this office. Liberal reward. B. S.
Cook & Co.
Miss Fern Hall was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherwood at
their Pleasant Kidgc farm home,
from Saturday to Tuesday.
Frank Kulp of Bend was a visitor
in Madras the last of the week. He
has recently secured the homestead
formerly owned by J. B. McMahon
in the Yamhill Flat country. Pio
For Sale: 160 acres good land
under Swalley ditch, 100 irrigable
acres, two shares maintalnancc,
just help keep up repairs cheap; it
will pay to look this up. Call at
G. M. Huffman and wife, of
Arizona, arrived in Bend Sundaj
evening and will spend some time
here looking over this section with
the expectation of remaining per
manently. V. J. Buckley was in town
Wednesday from the camp of lo
cating engineer J. L. Stacer at
Truil Crossing. He was here af
ter his freight outfit to be used in
moving the camp south in the
neighborhood of Bend. Hub.
The family of J. T. Pierce is on
its way to Bend from Washougal,
Wash. Mr. Pierce rtccntly pur
chased 40 acres of the Philip
Frances homestead and will engage
in the raising of full blood Jersey
cattle. He also contemplates
bnilding n fine new house on the
F. M. Saxton, of Baker City,
superintendent ot water division
No. 2, arrived in Bend Monday.
Mr. Saxton will preside at the tak
ing of testimony in the determina
tion of water rights on Paulina
lake and creek, the hearing of
which is to be held in Bend to
morrow. Farmers in this vicinity are do
ing considerable plowing at this
time. ' How is that for winter farm
work? The copious showers have
soaked the soil to a great depth and
every indication points to a bumper
crop for the dry farmers next year.
Of course, the irrigators are always
sure of plenty of water.
Bend and the surrounding coun
try get some very good advertising
in a half-page mention in the de
velopment section of of the Decem
ber Pacific Monthly. It speaks of
the coming railroad development,
of our various resources, and pic
tures the Bend country as the
"coming" section of the Northwest.
More good work by the Board of
The Merrill & Wilkinson Com
pany made a fast trip, with their
automobile, to the High Desert and
return on Thursday of last week,
making the round trip in I2
hours. They left town at 7 tfclock
in the morning and got back about
7:30 that evening, in the meantime
locating II. Brookings and V.
Scbroeder of Davenport, Wash., on
The illustrated lecture Saturday
evening by Rev. Lcwtas on his
travels through Europe was most
interesting and instructive. A
large audience was in attendance,
who fully appreciated the pictures
and Mr. Lewtas1 discourse. The
lecture was educational in a high
degree. Rev. Lcwtas will deliver
a similar lecture tomorrow evening
on "What I Saw in Greece, Tur
key, Syria, the Holy Land and
Egypt." A liberal attendance is
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The First National Bank
OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Or. U, O, OOe. Pr.ttdtnt C. A. SATHER, Vic Prtild.nt
O, fl HUDSON, Oaihl.r
O.plLI fullr paid . . asB.OOO
That conduct it ITir with the tole I1 of recdWnjf
the depoalU of the community and tending tbcm oat to its
cuilomeu, enured in legitimate entrrpriic, on good tccur-it)-,
either of limine, credits or collateral, at reasonable rate
of intrre.t, will prove a benefactor to the community and will
enjoy peace in its buiinesa affair, knowing that itaasseta are
real ones, and that the solvency cf the Dank is absolute.
With this confidence in itself it will inspire confidence
T1IH I'IRST NATIONAL DANK OP BUND rasa this
kind of a Dank, and attributes its steady growth to adhering
to this policy.
Development in the Dend country will be rapid -In 1910.
Are you prepared to take advantage of the opportunities that
will occur for the man with money?
If not, start an account with the First National Bank of
Dend and Add to it each week.
U. C. COR R. A, SATJIKR C. S. HUDSON
V. V. SMITH H. C. KU.IS
CRUSHED SHELL AND
GREEN GROUND BONE
Doors, Windows, Pawls, Oik Sfe Glass
Agent for the GeJefcrated
and Oliver Plows
Stoves and Ranges and a General Line
of Hardware and Groceries.
S. C. CALDWELL, BEND, ORE.
J. II. WENANDV
F. L. BUNTEN
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond and Bead and all
interior points. For further information write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
BUY NOW-SELL LATER
But if you must sell now, list your property' with
Deschutes Realty Co.
DUND, OROaON. ti;
VH IIAXDM! RANCHES, IRRIGATED LANDS, TOWN PROPERTY.
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Call en MILLARD TRIPLETT