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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1910)
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More Room Needed for
Spring & Summer Goods
In order to display to advantage
our IMMENSE LINE of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS that is
beginning to arrive we must
have more room. We are en
larging our store space nearly
one-third. The carpenters and painters are
here in full force. The store k more or less
upset on that account but we can take care
of your needs just the same as we always have.
hits left sonic rcmii'inLs and broken Hill's Hint
must he .sold, so we Imvc .still turthcr reduced
the price. It will pay you to buy these
goods and put than nwuy until next winter.
Notice the Prices
Men's 50c Underwear
Men's $3.50 Hats -Men's
Rest 10c Gingham
Good 55c Dress Goods
. 8c yd
Hcst7 1 -2c Prints
Heavy $2.00 Lined Gloves - -
Heavy $1.50 Lined Gloves - -
I Ieavy 25c Merino Sox, FIVE PA I US for 1 .00
Fine 35c Cashmere Sox, FOUR PAIRS for 1.00
Roys $1.35 Wool Sweater Coats ... 95c
Hoys $1.50 Wool Sweater Coats - - $ 1.10
Roys $1.75 Wool Sweater Coats - - - 1.25
A few Good.HrKains Ua in the GROCERY
DEPARTMENT. All of the above and
"The Store That's Different."
150,000 ACRES OF THE BEST
In Central Oregon, Just opened tc 330-acre liomcstend
entry. Two railroads now building into this country. Get
a homestead before they are ull gone. lfor further infor
mation call on or write to
Free Automobile Trip from Bend to Lands
and Return for All Who Locate.
HUNTER & STAATS
I'or Sale I'ully equipped taw
iuJII. I'or particulars addrciw X.
cure Mullctiii. H tf
Wanted To buy Mend lots or
adjoining property. Address, In
vcitor, Mullctiii. 46 47
A. O. Hunter and A. M. Drake
arc out to Portland attending to
bu a In cm matters.
A. M. UMcbcnct of Shanilto was
In Mend during, the pant week look
lug uflcr business interests.
For sale Mated hay. Inquire at
Merrill & Wilkinson Co.'s office, or
telephone the Wilkinson ranch.
S. K. Kcllcy, who has been visit'
itig with relatives in I'orlluud for
some time, bus relumed to Mend.
Mr. Strublc left Monday for
Portland, where he will look after
business matters for several weeks.
Pound Small sum of money
tied up in handkerchief. Owner
can have same by culling at this
Miirncy Lewis linn branched out
into the dray business. If you
want any hauling or delivering
done, call on him.
G. W. Hall has sold his full-blood
Shropshire sheep to Fred Hunnell
Pile bunch included one ram and
five cues, all registered.
II A. Mcrkman returned Sunday
cvning from hty old home at Mel
unguaii), wasii., wiiere lie uau
been visiting since the holidays.
K. M. Lara, who has spent the
winter in Mend with his cousin, A.
M Lara, left for Chicago Sunday
morning where be has secured a
J. M. Lawrence reached Mend
last Friday He was accompanied
by Mr. Howard of Roeburg,
who will be a guest of Mr. Lawrence
and fa ml I) for a few days.
W. V. McNaught will soon move
his family onto the Robt. Noland
place, which he recently purchased.
Mr. McNaught plans to get in
about 100 acres to crop this season
on this place and anothtr one which
Timbers are being hauled for the
bridge to be built ut the Awbrcy
falls down the river. A dam will
soon be constructed there for the
power plant the Humphrey. Staf
ford people arc going to put in.
The Rev. Dr. Skipworth, district
superintendent of the M. E church,
will hold services in Mend tomor
row evening. The Doctor is a
very eloquent speaker, and if you
attend the time will be well spent
Special music bos been engaged
for this service.
Dr A A Murris has given a 30
day option on bis ditch land forty,
the price stipulated being $10,000
This tract lies about a mile and a
half northeast of Mend, and if it is
taken over the purchasers will un
doubtedly cut it up into acre tracts
and put it on the market.
John Swlger, who recently moved
onto his ditch laud under the Ar
nold canal, is planning some sub
stantial improvements for the com
ing year He will put up a ram
modious hou.se, will fence his .land
and will clear and plow a goodly
portion of it, besides putting some
into crop. He is determined to
develop a fine home on his holdings
A petition is being circulated
praying the county court to open a
road from the Mcar Creek road
south on the section Hue between
sections 1 and 2, 11 and 13, and 13
and 14, in 18-13. At the south
end it will connect with a road al
ready open, and will furnish an
outlet to the. north for the settle
meiit in the-McGillvray neighbor
The Mend band came over from
there Saturday uight und serenaded
Mr and Mrs. R. G. Sturgeon of
this place. When Mr Sturgeon
was landlord of the Pilot Mutte Inn
at Mend a number of the band boys
boarded with him and he treated
them so nice that they wanted to
show their appreciation, and so
came over to serenade him in his
new home. Laidlaw Chronicle.
A M Lara is making another
improvement in the Mig Store. My
removing u partition he has added
several square feet of store room
and has moved his grocery depart
ment into the new section. The
shoe department will be enlarged!
aud will occupy the space formerly ,
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OF BEND BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. COf, Pr.ild.nl C. A. SATMItT, Vic Pr.ild.nl
O. S. HUDSON. O.ihl.r
O.pll.l full? paid . . . $38,000
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given up to groceries, while a larger
stock of dry goods and notions will
fill up the space vacated by the
Nine aud lo-iuch envelopes, just
the thing for mailing or filing nway
legal documents, for sale at The
Mulletin ofl'ice. ft
W. M Sellers purchased during
the week lot 9, block 9 from K. V.
Batten, aud lot 5, block 14, from J.
M. Lawrence. The first lot is in
the rear of the Johnson building,
facing Bond street, and the other
one It on the corner of Oregon and
Tenth streets, just across the street
west from Mr. Sellers present resi
dence. K. Mergland and P.. K. Parker
have formed a partnership and
opened an office in the bank build
lug, and will engage in the
practice of law. These gentlemen
were formerly of Portland. Mr
Mergland is a graduate of the law
school of the University of Iowa
and Mr. Parker of the law school
of the University of Oregon. Mr.
Mergland will move bis family to
Mend later in the spring.
J. P. Wilbur of Athena, will put
a woolen mill at Mend. The future
of that place looks good to readers
of Its development league literature.
Situate as Bend is, in the heart of
the great wool growing section of
the Inland Umpire, with never fail
ing water power and ample railway
facilities, a woolen mill there should
possess advantages assuring suc
cess. The day has forever passed
when one company or individual,
like that of the old Mrown regime,
can control this business in Oregon.
We are Pf
Ninety-three acres of yellow pine
timber land eight miles north of
Mcjid, three miles to sawmill. Price
$750. For particulars address
332 GHsan St.,
4647 Portland, Or.
ItARNKY I.KWIS, VKOV.
I am ready to handle
anything in the line of
Leave orders with N.P.
Smith, Wall St. Mend
FIRR FIRE FIRU
aud and and
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come while burning
Carter's Fire Wood
Hest dry block wood $45o
Best dry limb wood 3.50
Prompt delivery and full measure
Phone your order in.
F. M. CARTER
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To the people of Demi ml vicinity who have to liberally pat
ronlMil u during thr lt nine month, and who by tbeirkind
words ami influence have induced their friends to do their
buiineaa with their Home Hank.
During the nine month we have been in buiinets we
have increased our deposits from f 23,000 to over 150,000, and
have made a fair per cent on the investment for our alock
holdera. It will be our constant aim to improve the service we
oITer our patrons, and we wish to assist every worthy enter
prise now in or to be established In Bend during 1910.
We feel that the Ions delayed prosperity will be in full
sway in the ilend country during 1910 and that unlimited op
portunities will be open to the man who it able to accept them.
A Dank account In the I'lrst National Bank of Kend
will enable you to take advantage of some of these opportunities.
U. C. COn It. A. SATHKR C S. 1IDDSON
P. V. SMITH II. C. BM.IS
A Larg ShtpiMAt of
Doors, Windows, Rubber Roofing
and a full line of everything you may need -for
that new building you intend to put up
this spring. LET ME FIGURE ON
YOUR MILL. I also carry in stock.
S. C. CALDWELL
J. H. WENANDY
F. L. BUNTEN
1 SMAKIKO, OR.
Automobile Stage Company
between Shaniko, Madras, Redmond and Bend and all
interior points. For further information write
Wenandy-Bunten Auto. Co.,
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPRESS AND EAGGAGE
BUY NOW-SELL LATER .
But if you must sell now, list your property with
Deschutes Realty Co.
WE HANDU5 RANCHES, IRRIGATED LANDS, TOWN TROPERTY,
When You Need
Modern, Neat and Serviceable
Call m MILLARD TRIPLET